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The Salt Lake herald. [volume] (Salt Lake City [Utah]) 1870-1909, December 05, 1905, Last Edition, Image 1

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i Senate Adjourned Out of Retpeot tt ttthe to tothe
the Memory of Senator Platt PlattREELECTSPEAKER PlattREELECTSPEAKER
AI I ABHINOTOKi Dec 49II aaa aaaf U3sU U3sUvv
vv f hiing 1I1fl today of U Uis members ol olthe Otthe
the Fiftyninth conge for tilth tilthJ
j J Mssion Ion was w martatd by no unusual unusualolntP unuai1tLiit
olntP but it attracted to the the1otI e a arowds
rowds of sn pett ctjara ra who took a a aT
T 1 < y interest In the proceedings nro ernngs Th Thnas
1 nas beautiful The sun shpne shpneffhMy ahoneghtIy
> < ffhMy and the th air was keen So Sotv Sot
tv t was out in force oree and fllled the thei
i ivd r galleries while visitors unj un untij
1 ti find seats roamed the corridors corridorsto
to cat trh h glimpses Of public men In Int1 Inflate
t1 fnate flate the proceedings were brief briefI brief1nst
I > r most of the spectators seemed to totUite
1 1 iuite as much to Interest Intcre t them In Ini Inrs
i rMug rs Iig the senators who remained remainedr
r > th floor after adjournment as a acLzld tltay tltayojld
ojld have experienced had the ses sesI es esr
r iiitInUo4 1oner 1onerHouse
I House Sat Three Hours Hoursi
i i house was w in session for wore worev norethL
v Oiive thL hours hOU and while the pro protijs Diolin1s
lin1s tijs followed the programme that thatV
I V la marked the opening openIi of congress congressin
in 1 many years there was enough anouh of ofi
i n t rest to hold an exceptionally large largec largeUit
c j II Uit IHP c during the entire tinn tinne
> e noticeable feature was th the ab abn UIr
n r iU of flowers which heretofore have haveI
I L fitinmon to lu both th chajnbers On Ont 1n 1nJ
t j iing r days i1a the display had been sr srL I Ig
g L > t that the exhibition alone would
1 tvc t been sufficient to draw great greattVt1s rrati
tVt1s i ds and the absence of floral trib tribnis tribtu
nis Uue tu to a resolution adopted unanl unanlusly unantuclh
> usly by the senate and lo ai an order oixlerIA orderthc
IA th thc speaker of the house robbed th thus thiI
I us LtJIt ion of much of its plcturcaque pIctureijtuerfq
1 rfq rfqIuring f S3
During S3During the sessions senators and reP rePatutlvoH repritt1Vts
atutlvoH visits the galleries and andJiaiNa andrJlLt1
JiaiNa with friend friendTwenty frIen1iTwenty
Twenty Minutes in the Senate Senatepnntors SenateT
T pnntors Allison and Morfcan were werervitiiutfd wetIiihjtt1
rvitiiutfd by Vice e President Fairbanks Fairbanksa
a Committee to notify the president presidenttv
tv t 4 t < Ugreti8 was vn ready for any com comiu eweLiiiI
iu LiiiI > ii > atIn iti n i > C desired to make The Tber Theiit
r rmt was in session only twenty wln wlni
i 1t Senators natsra Aldrlrh of Hh Rhode < xle is Is1nox
1 1 Knos of Pennsylvania Warner WarnerMissouri WarnerMtsourI
Missouri and Frazier tt f Tennessee Tennesseethe
the tl oath of ntomce office and an adjourn adjourtlr
r I uas taJten as a n mark of reso rseect rseectttt et ettli
tli Lite Senator Platt of Connect ConnectiO
t l
T TIim1nry Lp to rpent rpentt
t 1ro O t kAii by the ImuMt Joseli Joseliiou
I IuIon iou m Illinois WAJI w el eIetad eIetadiltr et d dother
iltr other n mnber mb rft of tl house houseoath houIt1If
t1If oath of tiflk tt1Jc < > the Afitpeni tUcgs au aul n4 n4trj
t trj rL ih < > rules of th last contresn contresnT eongreeeaJoitd
T s adopted art afl4 3 niembeis went wentSviugh wentrugh
Sviugh rugh the fcpnallty of di 4swin win ipr iprK r rE
K > tt all of whi Wlieh h wag enlivened by byc byresii
+ c irosonce resii of th the crowds in tn s sJ ga gai
J i < the thi animation of f the th reunion of oft
t ft members and interest of new newt newSpeech
t f f j
Speech of Mr Williams WilliamsI i iI
I a brief speech against the adop adopt
t of f the rules the minority leader leaderTr
Tr w ill LIIiarn8 iams of Mississippi touched on ontt ot otti
tt ti 4 mtewit of the oountiT In tariff tarIt1h j
h > tion and told of th thA new Repub RepubJ
J iieaK which were werebelng being1 wafted waftedohlnsnon wafledI
I hinton on breexes from every everythe i ithe
> the country These he said saidb
b properly legislated should the thenif th th4ity
nif 4ity y of the majority stand with wlUiV withIin4ur1c
V I Iin4ur1c iiKMratic members in op OpOIfl OpOIfljuiihfl > osinc osinci
i lu juiihfl > i in of the old rules and term termI toneoa
I v oji oa s which would permit con conV en enit <
> V r Mtlon thn of such leirhilatiou as popular popuIrir popularilin
ilin ir might dictate dictaten I
n Vote Was Against Him Himas
I as explained briefly by Mr Dai DalI
1 hat the rules J offered for adoption adoptionif adoptionaUed
if VMC ailed substsjitiaUy since the theT1it tetflist
T1it tflist fltst coayress On hh motion ror rorT Mr Mri
T > vloua question Mr Williams M t tM
M 4 1 roll rolie1L call The vote was 228 2S tor torI torIagaluet j
13 against ordering the nrevfovs nrevfovsi prev prevI
I i i M The rules were then adopted adoptediva
iva t oce o ce vote votea
a ordered tii dercd that the session
i L M bgin Li glti at noon Tile minority minorityi
i t Mpluyfe Tlny were authorta ana anai
i f iho i rules ordered printed printedDrawing printedDrawing
Drawing for Seats SeatsMi
Mi 1 Tawneys motion the drawing drawingT
+ < r T vas begun It was previou previout
t 11 anatd 1 after some ditscuxsiou ditscuxsioutf
tf ii i i > j rty division aide should be bec
c thf I hi first rnt aisle from the center on onh oaT
h Tifiiocratic T iuratic aWe instead of the thef
I f l T iifs > this bain beIng necessary to ac aciat
4 liLt the lurger proportion of ofTi ofL
Ti Mi in 11 member The Hew ar arITm arM
M ITm t give the majority the flrst flrstt firtthlrtyftve
t thirtyflve seau nearest tint tintflff thej
< flff j uisle on the minority side also alsoth aloth
th ost section tion of eighteen Heats
li vrtu 1 the Cherokee Strip on the themnntv the7I
mnntv 7I V side sideIIx 1L1 1L1TSIkftr
IIx Hrfaker Keifer of Ohio and Rep RepSJIIVH Repq
q SJIIVH Btngfcam of Pennsjhanla Pennsjhanlaher ennsylvanlaq
q her r f i the house P Payne ue of New NewV Newoh
V otk K Itiblfri > publican floor leader and Wll I1
1 r St r MiSHliittippI Democratic floor floorlodi floorrid
lodi rid r r ere permitted to choose their theirrratp theirit
rratp it liefore drawing The members membersthtri membersttii
thtri retiiwl to the rear of th the hall a aTge
Tge 7 gc is blindfolded and drew nutn nutncved
t cved C t Li rnaibles mdi hles from a box bo Bach ach num numIcr
Icr 1 rr orrtsponded to the name of a ajr ar
jr r Tiibtr i hi r The number first called was w wta
16 and representative Bartholdt Mo Mota MoLI
ta LI if forward f rwsrd and selected his seat seatMr seatMr
Mr Tawney Tt n5 the Republican whip vrhipiuf
iuf A tin 1 nxt jX opportunity for selection selectionIlpprfspntatfve seleetInItprentttve
Ilpprfspntatfve Fltxgerald of New NewT
T T rk was as the first Democratic member
1 draw drt a selection Mr Buckman of ofAI ofSI
AI nesuta drew th last seat seatTwo seatTwo
Two Committees Appointed AppointedSneaker Appointedve5tlfi
Sneaker ve5tlfi Cannon annen announced the ap apvr
vr itnwnt fln ltt of the committees onrulak onrulakUT onruletI
UT i I n Ileage as s follows followsflul j jRulf
Rulf s The speaker Dalsell of Penn PennIJnI I Isvaniu
svaniu IJnI Groavenor of Ohio Williamv Williamvof
of Mississippi De Armond of Mlasourl MlasourlMifafff MlesourjM
Mifafff M ag5 Reader of Kansas Flack of ofJfew ofYrk
Jfew York Wharton of niinois Lewis Lewiso LewisGLr1a
o Gfurgia Wood of Missouri MissouriResolutions MissouriItciilutions
Resolutions lamenting the death nt ntSenator ofSrratr
Senator Platt of Connecticut and Rep3srt Rep Reprt
rt 3srt ser tatlve B P Marsh of Iltinols were werenfjoptfd wereurlort
nfjoptfd nfjoptfds urlort ii
4 s a further mark o of respect to the theek
ek 1 asod at d the house adjourned at S35 S35o 3 3tiC
o tiC to k
MICJKH J S Vi Dec LTbe legislature 1eg4eLaturs
s triifi i been Called together for a af
> < 5 f = AHion byGovernor I Guveroor LaFollette LaFolletteifn
r ifn t 3 oHAok rUeI this afternoon but butf
p f orRanixlne nothing was aveuin aveuinsfiPd aecumI
I sfiPd I ci The anxfouslyaniUteil Jiiwaage Jiiwaagefi
fi t gnvernor was not ready and an anxirnmcnt usC
C > xirnmcnt was taken until 936 oclock oclockirrow
t irrow SS wh > a it < ts expected pctetl the th mes mesSP messg
sg SP Will n I h be r itiv ti d j and rd Ip to tor tot
t r 5 jyai the gnrnor r hi liii l not made any anywiog anyI
I wIng of wiiat plan li J4 ha i ht fur the fu fullreI
Sir Henry CampbellBannerman I IPrime Is Is1rirne
Prime Ifinister of f England EnglandBALFOUR EnglandBALFOUR
I 1T OJraOjJC oio 35 Dee e 4 4The Th9 political crlai crlaiin erI1L
L in bn United Kingdom ranched ranchedcUtwuc re ehod a aeUrnnx
cUtwuc t04ay when Arthur > J Bal Balf Balfoir
foir f t r th the premier formally tenders tendersthe tenderedthe
the rertsrnattons nat1uns of himself and th thmmb the thementhers
mmb menthers rs of his cabinet to Kins Iin Ed Edward Edwr
ward wr who accepted them His majesty majesthas majestyhas
has invited Sir Henry CampbellBan CampbellBanHerman CampbellBannorman
Herman to an interview tomorrow tomorrowmorning1 tomorrowmorning
morning when ho will offer him tin tinmission the thelfltUsIOtI
mission of forming a new cabinot Si SiHenrywill Sir SirHenry
Henrywill Henry will accept the task and within wlthiia
a few nays even within a few hours t tnewgovernment a anew
newgovernment new government will be formed formedA
A brief elude announcement was waimade wasmade
made tonight that the cabinet had ra raaigned reSgnetl
aigned that the king had accepted UK UKresignations thevsoigttions
resignations of his ministers and that thaSir thatSir
Sir Henry CampbellBannerman had haibeen haden
been en sent far farCut forCut
Cut and Dried Programme ProgrammeIt
It would now appear that the entire entinprogramme entireprogrgflflIe
programme has been cut and dried for foisome forsome
some time and it is even probable that thatthe thatthe
the liberal leader has already formed formedhis formedhis
his cabinet though this like everything everythingls
ls lse in connection with British official officialdom officialdom ¬
dom must be left to surmise surmiseIt
It may be stated as certain that Lord LordRosebery LordRosebery
Rosebery will bo entirely ignored in the themkeup themakeup
makeup of the cabinet and that John JohnMorley JohnMorley
Morley will bo one of the chiofr advisers advisersof
of Sir Henry in drawing up the list of ofhip ofhie
hip official family which will be pre preaented prenested
nested to his majesty majestyThe mujeetyThe
The New Cabinet CabinetMr
Mr Morley himself is considered like likely ¬
ly 1 to go to the Indian office and it is isprobable Isprobable
probable that Herbert Henry Asquith Asquithwill Asquithwill
will be chancellor of the exchequer exchequerThe exchequerThe
The foreign affairs portfolio will go goeither goaithet
either to Lord Elgin or Sir Edward EdwardGrey EdwardGrey
Grey though the latter is considered consideredUkf consideredlikely
Ukf likely ly to b be made secretary for the cot colonies cotonie ¬
onies oniesThe onieThe
The meeting of the privy council councilwhich councilwhich
which wag set for tomorrow morning morninghas morningban
has H keen en postponed It is understood underatoodi understoodthat
i thai the king will leave town tomorrow tomorrowafternoon tomorrowafternoon
afternoon to be the guest at Lord Al AlHngtons AlhIngtona
Hngtons house party at Crichel Wlm Wimborn Wlmborne
borne but this is still indefinite indefiniteA
A partial list of the honors usually usuallyconferred usuallyconferred
conferred be > n the retirement of a gov government govennent ¬
ernment wan au issued tonight It in includes Ineludes ¬
eludes a peerage for Sir Thomas San Sanderson Sanderson ¬
derson the retiring under secretary of ofstate ofstate
state for foreign affairs and a num number nurnbet ¬
bet of minor honors It is expected expectedthat expectedthat
that th honors to be conferred on onprominent onprominent
prominent members of the retiring retiringgovernment retirInggovernment
government will be anneuneed shortly shortlyHome shrtiyHome
Home Rule Question QuestionOne QuestionOne
One thins is certain eertainth that t Sir Henry Henryattitude HenriMftBajinersia
MftBajinersia behxedia behxediaattitude
attitude on home rule < or Irelandto Irelandtot Ireland to tothqse
t thqse Q e liberal IIMOJOT frkjare kjao ito itohe
he opposed wlwtoi rule mi tint linesof linesofUie lines f fthe
the last bills introduced in parliament parliamentSince parliamentnee
Since nee his speech at Stirling which whichraised whichraised
raised such a furore Sir Henry hag not notnaade notiflade
naade any statement but it is confident confidently ¬
ly assented in the liberal clubs that lie lieis
is 1 ready with a policy which will se secure seCure ¬
cure the adhesion of the nationalists nationalistsand
and at the same time avoid raising the theissue theIsou
issue as one of the most prominent prominentBlanks prominentpanke
Blanks in his platform platformThere platformThtre
There i is some uncertainty as to when whenthe whenthe
the dissolution of parliament will be beeffective beeffective
effective but it is not considered prob probable probable ¬
able until after the new year yearAn yearu
An u interesting feature of the pout political pouticai ¬
ical situation is the prospect of a closer closeralliance closeralliance
alliance between tne Irish and the la labor habar ¬
bar p partjen rtj s in the new parliament parliamentJames parliamentJames
James heir Hardle the socialist and andindependent andIdepeudent
independent member in a political politicalspeech politicalspeech
speech tonight frankly invited such an analliance anajliance
alliance He pointed out that forty fortytoe fortythe
toe labor meovberg menors combined with soy seven soyentyijvo ¬
en entyijvo tyftve Irish members would provide providevoting providea
a voting strength which no govern government governmont ¬
mont however strong could afford to toignore toIgnore
London Press Selecting the New Lib Liberal Liberal ¬
eral Cabinet
London Tee 5 The London newspa newspapers newspapers ¬
pers thi this morning re e full of speculations speculationsto
as to the contituron of the new cabinet
but th thee differ so widely that they are areuse areuseless
useless use a as a wide to the distribution of ofportfolios I Iportfolios
portfolios The ministry of Sir H Henry nry I IOampbeilBannerman
OampbeilBannerman must of necePlty
b be largely atgI composed of new men and andi
i difficulties will arise from the number of ofIt ofeligible
eligible eundklatea eundklateaIt
It Is E believed that the Earl of Aber ¬
deen will be the new lord lieutenant of
Ireland and that Herbert John Glao Glaostone Ginostone
stone will be named as secretary of state statefor statefor
for the home department departmentIt
It is however impossible to t make pre pree prodiotious
diotious with ay degree of certainty and andprobably
probably it tli be the end of the week weekbefore
before the e new ministry is definitely con constituted constituted ¬
stituted stitutedPremier stitutedPremier
Premier Balfburs next public appear appearance appearance ¬
ance will b be among his own constituents constituentst
at t Manchester next Saturday where he hewill hewill
will make a speech explaining the reasons
for hf hIs resignation reeign tlon and possibly outline outlinetlte outlineth
tlte th unionist electoral campaign campaignThe campa1nTb
The Tb most sanguine members of the con conservative consertat1ve ¬
servative party appear to have not the theslightest theslightest
slightest hope of success at the general generalelection generalelection
election electionSENATOR electionSENATOR
Montana Statesman Congratulated CongratulatedUpon Congiatu1atedUpon
Upon the Complete Restora Restoration Restoration ¬
tion of His Health HealthSpecial HealthSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldWashington HeraldWashington
Washington Dec 4Senator Senator William WilliamA
A Clark of Montana arrived here at 4 4octeck 4oclock
octeck this morning coming in his pri private privat ¬
vate vat ear in which lie recently made an anextended atexteetied
extended tour of the west He attended attendedth attendedthe
the th opening of congress and received receivedmany roeMvedmany
many eonsratulatdns from his follow followsenators followaenotors
senators upon his complete restoration to i
On Wednesday Senator Clark will at attend atteud ¬
tend as a deiaroie from Montana the theconvention th thconvention
convention which IK to be held at Madison
Square garden New York under the aus auspices ampiece ¬
piece pf the National Civic Federation Fedomjionand
and which will discuss the question of
Immigration Senator Clark who Is a amember amember
member of the welfare committee of f the theNational theational
National > Civic Federation will be one of ofthe ofthe
the speakers at the convention and will willaid willaid
aid m formulating an immigration bill billImmigration billtot
tot introduction In congress Bunny the
Immigration convention which will be in insastiion insseton
sastiion three days the delegates will visit visitlIUs
fiRita island and be subjected to the Hnmo snrneamlnatiou Hnmoexamination
examination and investigation made of ofactual ofactual
actual immigrants immigrantsPRIZES bniirantsS bniirantsPRIZES
Stockholm Dw I 4The The Nobel prizcommittee prize prizecommittee
committee te understood to have d decrned decrnedto cla d dto
to award the prize for literature to tohenry
Henry Slenklewlcz and the nrtee for forMAGAZINE formedicine
medicine to Professor Robert Eock EockMAGAZINE
L4110 Pranc Dec 4 4An An explosion In Inthi inth
thi nisgazlae of the citadeL during the tnomunufaotiirp themttiufuetnre
munufaotiirp of cartridges Injured Qlgftt Qlgfttartillervmeiu gat gatt1leryuen
artillervmeiu S SQme < aie of themwcr6reerl themwcr6reerlousjy them wOraerI wOraerIousi
ousjy ousi hurt
Several yeral Western Roads Violate th thlaw the theLa
law La and Get Away AwayOPINION AwayOPINION
Il tSAS CITY Dec 4 1 > Judge JudgJohn Judget <
KANSAS t John y Phllttps in f a Unit United UnIted
ed States district court for foithe forthe
the western district df laiissourl laiissourltoday AIissouri AIissouritoday
today delivered an opinion hold holdIng holdIng
Ing that his court was wn without juris jurisdiction juilsdiction ¬
diction in the cases brought here bj bjthe bytile
the federal government changing tin tinMissouri
Missouri Pacific the Atchison Topeka TopekiSanta TopekaSanta
Santa Fe F > and other railways with wittgiving withgiving
giving rebates on shipments of salt ii iiKansas iii iiiKansas
Kansas and on coal in Colorado ant antother and andother
other products in violation of the El
kins act The motion of the railways
to quash the proceedings was granted grantedCited grantedS
S Cited fop Contempt ContemptOn
On March 25 1902 at the instigation instigationof
of the attorney generals office al alWashington atWashington
Washington Judge Philips granted i itemporary a atemporary
temporary order restraining the Mis Missouri Missouri
souri Pacific the Santa Fe the Chi Chicago Cliicego ¬
cago Alton the Burlington and th thRock the theRock
Rock Island Railway companies from froirgiving fromgiving
giving alleged rebates on various prod products products ¬
ucts Last summer M D Purdy as assistant ussistant ¬
sistant attorney general brought ad additional additional ¬
ditional proceedings citing the officials officialsof
of the railways named for contempt ir irthe inthe
the allegation that they had violated violatedthe violatedthe
the courts order in continuing to glv glvrebates give giverebates
rebates The contempt proceedings proceedingswere proceLdingswere
were argued in Judge Philips court or orNov onNov
Nov IS when the attorneys for the therailways therailways
railways moved that the proceedings proceedingsbe
be quashed claiming that the court courlwas courtwas
was without jurisdiction jurisdictionJudge jurisdictionJudge
Judge Philips Opinion OpinionThe OpinionThe
The grounds of the decision in Judge JudgrePhilips JudgePhlilps
Philips opinion today are substantially substantiallyas
as follows followsThe followsThe
The original bill of complaint on onwhich onwhich
which the restraining order was grant granted granted ¬
ed March 25 1902 was filed at the in instance instance ¬
stance of the attorney general of the theUnited theLnited
United States predicated on alleged allegedviolations allegedviolations
violations of the interstate commerce commercelaw commercelaw
law in granting rebates on on shipments shipmentsof
of grain and packing house products productsfrom productsfroni
from Kansas City to eastern points pointsThis IOlntSThis
This suit was based upon the conteti contetii contention
i tion of the attorney general that the theUnited theUnited
United States had a right to resort to tothe tothe
the United States circuit court in equity equityto
to carry out tho policy of the inter interstate Interstate ¬
state commerce law and to enjoin rail railroads railroads ¬
roads generally from violating it itSupreme itSupreme
Supreme Court Decision DecisionBut DecisionBut
But after the temporary ie restraining restrainingorder training trainingorder
order was made and after the demur demurrer demurrer ¬
rer to the original bill was argued and andsubmitted andsubmitted
submitted the supreme court of the theUnited theUnited
United States in the case of Missouri Missourii
I i Pacific Hallway company vs United Unitedcided Uniteditia
itia d dcided
cided that the U theiteti fted Stafetes St te circuit circuitcourt circuitcourt
court had no jurisdiction to grSnt such suchrfelief suchrelief
relief so when the restraining order orderwas orderas
was as issued by the United Stater circuit circuitcourt circuitcourt
court for the western district of Mis Missouri Missouri ¬
souri the court was without jurisdiction jurisdictionto
to make it and therefore the defend defendant defendant ¬
ant could not be held U be in contempt contemptof
of the court for violating an order orderwhich orderwhich
which It was without Jurisdiction to tomake tomake
make makeSecond S SSecond
Second while what is known as the theElklns theElkths
Elklns act passed by congress in Feb February February ¬
ruary 190S authorized such a proceed proceeding proceeding ¬
ing by the United States district at attorney attorney ¬
torney of the jurisdiction where the of offense oftense ¬
tense was committed this act being beingpassed beingpassed
passed nearly a year after the restrain restraining restrainlug ¬
lug order of March 25 302 bad d no noretroactive noretroactive
retroactive operation so as to validate validatethat validatethat
that order
Goes to Circuit Court CourtThe CourtTue
The concluding part of the courts courtsopinion courtsopinlop
opinion is as follows followsHowever followsHowever
However reprehensible the conduct conductof
of the defendant railroad companies if ifit IfIt
it be as alleged In these transactions transactionsmay
may have been or however much din disposed dinposed ¬
posed this court be to compel onedience onedienceto
to its lawful mandates it Is persuaded persuadedthat
that it is without authority in this pro proceeding proceeding ¬
ceeding to draw to it the question in involved Involveti ¬
volved rightfully belonging to the ju jurisdiction jurisdiction ¬
risdiction of the United States circuit circuitcourts circuitcourts
courts for the districts of Kansas and andColorado andColorado
Colorado Thus saith the law is a aperpetual aperpetual
perpetual injunction upon the judge judgewhen judgewhen
when called upon to exert judicial judicialpower judicialpower
power which he may not disregard disregardwithout disregardwithout
without standing in contempt of his hisown hisown
own conscience conscienceEFFECT conscienceEFFECT
Native Policeman Shot Dead by byLieutenant byLieutenaiit
Lieutenant Pendleton pf the thePhilippine j
Philippine Constabulary ConstabularyCebu
Cebu P I via Manile Dec 4 4LIeu 4LIeutenant Lieu Lieutenant ¬
tenant Charles Pendleton of the cpa oonstabulary cpastabulary
stabulary ordered four native soldiers soldiersInto soldiersinto
Into the vehicle ih which he was driv driving driving ¬
ing A native policeman stopped him himfind bUnand
find ordered him to Hfht Iihit the lamps on onLho onthe
the vehicle when Pendleton P nclieton shot him himdead himdead
dead He then continued cm his way waybut waybut
but returned later and obtained the thebody thebody
body which he delivered to the police policeMaiming policeclaiming
Maiming that he had foundtho found the man1 man1lead mais maislead
lead on the road The Th Holdiars Accom Accompanying zccompanylng ¬
panying him confirmed his story until untiloday untiltoday
today when they broke down Pendla Pendlaon
to on had been drinking drinkingHe drinkingPendietons
Pendietons family live a1 Atlanta AtlantaGa
Ga He was formerly a sergeant In the theSoventyfirat I Ioventyfirst
oventyfirst regiment of New York He Hemil Hehad
mil been hold for inurdeiv inurdeivLouisville inurderLouisville
Louisville Ky Dee 4 4P9ndleton 4P9ndletonwas Pondleton Pondletonvus
was a t member of company H Soventy SoventyIrst SOventyfirst
first New York regiment during the theSpanishAmerican theSpanishAmerican
SpanishAmerican war and saw serv servce service
ice ce in Cuba
Special to Tho ThoHorald ThoHoraldWashington Horald HoraldWashington
Washington Doc 4 Representative 4IleprentatIveFrench RepresentativeFrench
French of Idaho believes hehiey the homestead homesteadlaw bgiestead bgiesteadlaw
law cannot ba praotloally applied to tolands tolands
lands under covarmndnt irrigation pro projeets proJectit
jeets and win soon introduco o A bill billamending billamendIng
amending the law to allow nottIer sottl rs on Ir Irrigated iirigtted
rigated land to either obtain leave of ab absoncc absence
soncc from the time of settlement until untilthe untiltle
the water U turned on or make the t lands landssubject landssubject
subject to an entry try on the same terms a alaud as asland
laud reclaimed under the Caro Carcy > act ct Hei Heiwill He Hewill
will also introduce a bill opening the theCoeur ti tiOoeur
Coeur dAlenc reservation after atteraiottlng atteraiottlnglands olbtting olbttinglandf
lands in severally to the indlane About AboutSOQ0X AboutOOO
SOQ0X OOO > acres of aMtlitble tend will IH IHopened beopened
opened to setttement If this law pusses pussesJlr passesir
Jlr ir Fren Frenob i will ah aI > Jotroduc hl bills B for formiblte forpubhie
miblte buildings at 5l teecow cow Ivfwlston and andPocatello andPocatello
Bavatta Ihea 4Qnpew a5t of yel yeld yelhow ¬
how ur wh reportoti tihay abd d thcr thcrThere theraW5
W5 OjIe dontbrortjthba1fse4sOiTJuirC dontbrortjthba1fse4sOiTJuirCares4xte There
ares4xte ncaztoWuiidce4trdtttUtent
His Busy Day
ALSO ROTTENPeoulations ROTTEN ROTTEIiPeculations
Peculations in the Mutual Reserve ReserveInsurance RerveS RerveInsurance
Insurance Company CompanySICKENING CompanySICKENINGSTORY
e 1r 1rLAWYER
CISCO GOT 7500 7500M
M 1 mv YORK Doc 4The Tha moat inter intereetlns interl
l sting development in the legislative legislativelife
life insiurancej inaqience investIgation today todaywas todaywas
was contained in the testimony of Horace HoraceA
A Broekwny Br skwu a hotel proprietor aad dj djieetor director
rector of the MutuaWteserve Life Insur Insurance Insuranee ¬
ance company who said that be had hadRiven hadgiven
given itOOO DO to President Frederick Frederickof A ABitruhani
Bitruhani of that company at the demand demandof
of Mr Burnham in 1 1Si3 S Mr Brockwas Brockwastold Brockwaytold
told the cdnimittee that Mr Burnham Burnhamtold Burubamtold
told him that If ho would take out outpolicy a apolicy
policy in the Mutual Reserve he would woulomake wouldmake
make him a director Mr Brockway then thentook thentook
took out policies amounting to eeo > After Afterhaving Afterhaving
having been a director for some time he hewas hewas
was put on the payroll of the company companyat
at 300 a week received that salary for forfour forfour
four months and then it was cut to toa 200 200a
a week Asked what he did to earn thaj thajmoney thetmoney
money he said he looked over some loans loansfor leansfoz
for the company was consulted by policy policygood phicyholders
holders as to whether the compaxu ias a agood
good one to insure in and din dinhe wtatVtItr wtatVtItrhe
he was asked to do He had bean getting getting3CO
3CO a week eight weeks when Mr Burn Burnham Burnham
ham demanded the 6000 iS000Hilary 6000Hilary
Hilary Bell Got It ItWhat ItWhat
What President Burnham did with that thatmoney thatmoney
money was exnlained by George D Bid Kldredge Bidredge
redge vice president and actuary of the theMutual theMutual
Mutual Reserve Life Insurnnue company companywho companywho
who testified that President Burnbumtold Burnbum Burahamtold
told him he had given it to t Hilary Bell a anewspaper anewspaper
newspaper num and publicity agent or orthe ofthe
the company to secure the publication publicationof
of the articles favorable to the company companyat
at a time when it was being criticised criticisedin
in the newspapers Mr Bell lied said that thathe thathe
he could accomplish much more with the themoney themoney
money if ho were not compelled to t re report report ¬
port to the company just what he ex expended cxpended ¬
pended it for forBurnham forBurnham
Burnham Is Sick Sick3Ir SickMr
3Ir Brockway said he ia still a director directorof >
of the company The reason why Pros President Prosdent ¬
dent Burnham was not called before the thocommittee thecommittee
committee was given by b his physiciwu physictaawho i iwho
who told the committee today that thatBurahain M MBurnham
Burnham Is too sick to appear or even evenmake evenniaite
make a deposition depositionVice depositionTice
Vice President Eldredse also testified testifiedthat testifiedthat
that his company had much trouble with wltfcAndrew withAndrei
Andrew J Glume when he was superin superintendent suporintendont
tendent of If insurance of California and andin andIn
in six years from 1S97 Balu Thomas J JClunle JCluuie
Clunle the commissioners brother 7300 7300I 7 00 00in
I in counsel fees to represent the company
before the Insurance commissioner and andlegislature j
legislature of that state stateOn j jOn
On a New Lead LeadMr j jMr
Mr Hughes was Investigating the re relatlons I Ilations
latlons or the Mutual Reserve Life In Insurance Insurance
surance company with the Notr No York Yorketate Yorkstate
state insurance department when the thecommittee thecoinniittee
committee adjourned mull tomorrow tomorrowSenator tomorrowSenator
Senator Armstrong chairman of the thecommittee thecommittee
committee sold today that the commit committee ceinriMttee ¬
tee tee expected to finish its work ter Dee Doeal
81 but that if it did not the con eontmnittoe eontmnittoewould nittee nitteewould
would not pass out of existence TChon the thelegislature thelegislature
legislature assembled unless that body bodyso
Topeka Ian Dec 4 4The The special specialUnited
United States grand jury called to in investigate
vestlgato alleged land frauds in Kan Kansas KauSan
San commenced Its work at Topeka to today today ¬
day Before taking up the alleged land landswindles landswindles
swindles the grand jury will investi investigate investigate ¬
gate the fencing of public land by the thecattle theattle
cattle barons of western Kansas KansasUnited KansasUnited
United States District Attorney J S SDean SDean
Dean recently went to Washington id idconfer uiconfer
confer with officials of the department departmentof
of justice regarding yegurdingtbe the prosecution of ofthe ofthe
the cattlemen One of the Important Importantcases Importantcases
cases of this class will be that t of John JohnA
A Kelley of Stevens county who U UJs ttIs
Js alleged has fenced fn a single pas pasture pitsture ¬
ture containing about fiftyfour square squaremiles squtuemiles
miles over half of which is government governmentland governmentland
4 4 Washington Dec 4Records for +
4 45 the introduction of bills were broken brolcentoihay +
4 tojay by the house Four hundred hundredand
+ and thirtyone public bills lyferft ybr of of4fared
4fared 4 fdre and private bills BO JJUnieruya +
4 4 that employes had hot cflWjdilTMPt3 cflWjdilTMPt3oi c iipUfiiIIIF iipUfiiIIIFof
oi ibrin JjnnijUD up tb alato a btta hour < far i
One Hundred Thousand Jews Marched in New York Accom AccomP
P panied by Bands Playing Dirges in Memory of ofthe t tthe
the Slaughtered Russian Hebrews
M BW YORK Dec 4 4One One hundred hundredilMveand hundredI
I ilMveand Jews each wearing a band bandaf bandat
af black crepe on the left arm armmarcned armpiareied
marcned under a myriad qf black ban banlierit banrs
lierit rs aaougk tsiu 1 iJi IU nElacl pdppitLst recta of qfei th thek
ei ek giae IIIJ twfiat toda todapayig Icrtrt iiiifel byWWffl byWWfflRlajJ
payig RlajJ g dirges in jnemery of the Jeww Jewwmass Jtwmassuered
massuered mass cred in Russia Hundreds of wo women wemen ¬
men and tnlHlr4B Joined Jn sin singing ng and andbands andbands
bands were scattered throughout the long longparade longparade
parade A procession marched to the theplaaa theplasa
plaaa in Union Square where it resolved resolveditself resolveditself
itself into a mass meeting to formulate formulateresolutions formulateresolutions
resolutions resolutionsBrief resolutionsBrief
Brief terse resolutions were read by bytheir bytheir
their leaden to the thousands of narad naradern paraders
ers The voting was done orally with a agre agreat
gre great t show in which the resolutions were wereadopted
adopted unanimously > fter outlining the
Cleveland O Doc oc 4 4Mrs Mrs Cassie L LChadwlclc LChjadwielt
Chadwlclc was w taken into the federal federalbankruptcy federalbankruptcy
bankruptcy court today upon her own ownrequest ownrequest
request for the purpose as she stated statedof
of completing her testimony as to some someof someof
of her financial dealings Although she shehus shelip
lip recently stated that she could re revoal revlhtil
voal certain facts of importance noth nothing notblag ¬
lag of that nature was brought out and andthe andthe
the hearing ended with Mrs Chadwlck ChadwlckIn Chtidwlckin
In a condition bordering on collapse collapseMrs I IMrs
Mrs Chadwjck said that she would wouldmake wouldmake
make some further statements con concerning conceruing ¬
cerning her transactions provided that thatcertain thatcertain
certain persons who have benefited benefitedgreatly benefitedgreatly
greatly through her dealings would wouldfirst wouldfirst
first tell what they knew She men mentioned mentloned ¬
tioned Dr W H Kitchen president of ofthe oftIme
the State Savings Trust company of ofthis ofOils
this city and J A Smith an attorney attorneyandone attorneyandone
andone of the directors of the bank bankAttorney bankAttorney
Attorney Smith immediately stated to
i Russian atrocities and calling upon the theUnited theUnited
United States to interfere In behalf of the theJen theJewu
Jen Jewu the resolutions continue continueTo conUnueTo
To our overwhelming shame dlsap dlsapP4ntment disappetiitzneut
P4ntment and sorow porrow TVC realize that thateteanaL
1 eternal vigilance isrtha is tlia price of the theJews theJewsndae > Jews JewsIS
IS JUid ndae we W3 se Qijr pDPIQ > eplQio ± O takg tak taktJlis JUUL JUULarms
arms tJlis agsimtt their assailants nssnIants and If needs neeosbe
be 14 to sH their lives most dearly We Weoill Weetli
oill upon Jews everywhere to aid in the theileTenso theden
den ileTenso of thoJewish the Jewish people peopleChicago peopleChicago
Chicago Da Iec 4At I At all the Jewish Jewishhpuaes Jewishlpuses
hpuaes of worship in the city memorial memorialservice memorialirVlees
service were h IteM lfl today for the Jews Jewskilled JewskJIied
killed in the massacres m n Russia Little Littlebusiness Littlebusiness
business was done by the Jewish mer merchants merchants ¬
chants in any part of the city and the thesynagogues thesynagogues
synagogues were fllled to overflowing all allday altday
day long
the court that the only dealings he had hadwith hadwith
with Mrs Chadwlck fwas was about four fouryears fouryears
years ago when she borrowed 8500 8500from 8500tom
from the bank and some months later laterthe laterthe
the money was paid back through him himRequested bUnt
t Requested to give additional names namesMrs namesMrs
Mrs Chadwick became excited and andalmost anlalmost
almost hysterical and said she did not notWish nottyish
Wish to give them In public stating statingthat statingthat
that 3 did not want to have anybody anybodye anybodyeposed
e eposed posod She said that these persons personshad norsonshad
had benefited to the extent of hun hundreds bunthieds ¬
dreds of thousands of dollars by her herand herapd
and the money might be recovered for forthe fortle
the benefit of the creditors If suits were werebegun werebegun
begun Pressed for the names she refused re refusad ¬
fused to give them and finally showed showedeyidenoe showedeyldenoe
eyidenoe of fainting and was assisted assistedffora assistedfrom
from the court room Before being beingtaken beingtkeii
taken back to jail she said she would wouldgjve wouldgive
give the names to Trustee Nathan NathanLtpeeer NathanLpeaer
Ltpeeer in private and he could do what whathe whatlie
he thought beat
Portland Ore Dec 4 1A A special dis dispatch di diPatch ¬
patch to the Evening Telegram from fromSalem fromSalem
Salem states that State Land Agent AgentWest AgentWest
West thins discovered evidence that thatstate thatstate
state land board deeds have been beenforgetf beenforge1
forgetf by the land fraud conspirators conspiratorsShould conspIratorsShould
Should Wosts suspicions prove correct correctan
an even worse condition in the public publicland publicland
land conspiracy in this state will He re revpaJad rev
vpaJad v aled It is It believed that state deeds deedshave deedshave
have been placed on record in every everycounty everycounty
county in the State It win require a along along
long period to ascertain the trite ex extent oxtent ¬
tent of the latest phase in the frauds fraudsas
as the only sure way of tracing the thesupposed thesupposed
supposed fraudulent deeds is when the thevictims thetkttrtis
victims of the conspirators off ofPr r to pay payPARSON payPARSON
Noted Baptist Divine Does Not Think ThinkGiving ThinkGiving
Giving Women the Ballot BallotWould BallotWould
Would Be Wise WiseNew WiseNew
New York Dec 4 Discussing the thetopic thetopic
topic Would It Be Wise to Give Wo Women Womon ¬
men the Ballot at the Baptist church churchof
of the Epiphany yesterday Rev Madi Madison Madinon ¬
son C Peters siUd siUdIt spid spidIt
It is not u question of simple right rightas
as her equal with man but whether It Itwould itwoutti
would l 10 > e wise I I do not deny the in inborn Inborn ¬
born right of woman to smoke cigar cigarettes cigarettes ¬
ettes or to use the rough language of ofmen if ifmen
men but most of us ar are ipriinoa lfltllpOti to tobelieve tobelieve
believe that womenwho tvinen who do those things thingsare thingsare
are a ai some one has put tt Ko gentle gentlemen1 gaulleInca ¬
men1 Inca and if the sexes are to be equal equalised equalizod ¬
ised I would rather U t were done by byroilnlns byrunning
running the man than by the vulgariz vulgarizing vulgurlaing ¬
ing of woman womaniWould woment1TQlllI
iWould a womans vote alter things thingsYes thingsYes
Yes If l only good women vote pew Ifewgood pewgood
good vomon would avail themselves of ofthe ofiije
the pKivilege hut all the bad women womenwould women3YOUI3
would wouldShe 3YOUI3The
She jjesponsiblllUes which would log logIpfdly logirpli
Ipfdly irpli follow tma tidii advance < o of woman womanrajfenVtha womanhntttriltluu
rajfenVtha Jiencofo lienee1otb th she fpuld not be beercislnsr berdprtniie1
rdprtniie1 by any iniifl IIIICI her cx cxercising
ercislnsr the full functions of citizen
j taxes on the tend When two or more morepersons morepersons
persons offer to pay taxes on the same samePiece winepiece
Piece of land the county officials will be bej
lable to discover the fraud as was the thecase
j case when two or orjnore more claimants of ofi off
i f t td Kl to pay the hind board for the thesAfOti thesJne
sAfOti piece pf f land for which they held heldc Imeldtitidtites
c rtifloates of sale thus giving the first firstInkling firsttnkbng
Inkling to the state authorities that a ai
I c uspiraey tit gitntic proportions had hadcen
i hi cen n perpetrated fey which it is possi possible possibIo ¬
bIo the conspirators may have secured securedmany securednuny
many million of dollars Mr West be believes believe ¬
lieves that if the certificates of sale salecould salecould
could have been so cleverly forged that thatthe thattie
the conspirators may readily have havefound havefound
found a means of counterfeiting state stateland stateland
land deeds deedsflfeip deedsf deedsbip
flfeip bip would make such a change as aswould antnuld
would maKe her more a man than a awoman aainnan
woman ainnan A female man an affected affecteddfivelins aiheeteddalvellng
dfivelins little dodlc a weak sister sisterdfoesed sistirdteesod
dfoesed up in mens clothing is enough enoughtdi enought
tdi t i fiB you with disgust but of a man mannBh mann7kwoman
nBh n7kwoman woman good good Lord ord deliver me from fromr frome4prwsing
e4prwsing > r 8ng my opinion lest I should shouldsay shouldy
say y Something not in the prayerbook prayerbookE prayerbookEMBEZZLER
t se Seitle Mt Dec 4George I George Edward EdwardAdaiugt EdwardAdau
Adau Adaiugt defaulting cashier of the gov govermntjtt governm
ermntjtt ernm assay office In this city pur purebuse4rsvith
1 cbuse ebuse4rsvith < rsvlth money supposedly st stolen stolenftoin Ien IenCBom
CBom tluf United States a half interest interestiiv
itt a dripstore dreg store at Amsterdam N NIlls Y YEfis
Ills bnitaier Prank I Adams Is the theowner theowner
owner of the other half Interest This ThisInformation ThisInformation
Information reached United States At Attorney Attogney ¬
torney Fry1 this fjernoon Mr Frye Fryewill Fryewill
will take steps to aitacl > the property propertyThe propertyThe
The secret service officials are a now nowmaking nowmaking
making a thorough investigation in inNew ittNew
New York and Boston believing that thatAflame thatAdams
Aflame owned interests there also It Itl ItiflQv
l iflQv now known that other arrests in con conA connctjAn
nctjAn A with vithfllJiay theassav office Investi Investiic Investitalu
talu taluabhmflY
abhmflY tfJtfje ic offlcsers will c Ill not notdIdge
dIdge hde Uh n1ound
St Petersburg Has Quiet Sunday bu buUnder but butUnder
Under Great Strain StrainOPERATORS StrainOPERATORS
+ HH + + + + + H 4 rHK + S + + + + + + + H + + + + + + Hf4 Hf4St + + + +
4 St Petersburg Doe 3 via Bee BeeUn ±
4 Iln Dec 4ttly i Only the military tel 4 4egraphs
4 agraphs between Moscow VIborg VIborgf VlborgfFinlaud +
+ f flhnlaud and TaarskoeSelo are 4 4working
4 working Several factories are 4
4 4 again in operation The streets streetstare 1 1are
+ are foil of life and there have havebeen +
tare 4 been no excesses The feeling of off +
4 f depression is somewhat lessened leeaenedST +
+ + + + + + + + + + + 4 + + + + + + + + ± 4 4C + + + +
ST t X 9 p ra via Eydtkuhen East EasPrussia Eastirussia
Prussia Dec 4 4The The city re remains ivrnains ¬
mains quiet but extreme tensioiprevails tension tensionprevails
prevails Armed Ann ad patrols of cavalry cavalryand cavalryand
and Infantry are in the streets es especially enpecially ¬
pecially in the neighborhood of the tel telegraph totGgrttph ¬
egraph office The telegrai and postal postaltieup postaltietip
tieup remains complete Soldiers and andemployes antiemlJOYOS
employes of other department are be being being ¬
ing used to deliver portions of the vast vastaccumulation vastaccumulation
accumulation of mail mailUnmoved mailUnmoved
Unmoved byThreats byThreatsThe
1 The telegraph operators met yealer yealerdays yesterdays
days throat to discharge them today todayunless todayunless
unless they returned to work by re resolving resolving ¬
solving to prosecute the strike until untiltfioir untiltheir
their demands are satisfied The League Leagueof
of Leagues which is issuing decreos decreoslike decremhike
like a veritable provisional government governmenthas
has openly defied the prefects warning warningto
to walking dolegates and agitators agitatorsthat agitatorsthat
that any attempts to persuade em employes employes ¬
ployes to leave their work would lead leadto leadto
to their arrest and th the imposition of a afine afine
fine of 250 and is issuing a counter counterproclamation counterproclamation
proclamation warning not only the theRussian theRussian
Russian but the Danish operators to towork towork
work at their periL cerilThe periLThe
The authorities profess confidence confidencethat confidencethat
that the strike will be broken in a few fewdajs fewdays
days but the basis of their optimism optimismis
is not stated The immolation of In Interior Jutenor ¬
tenor Minister Durnovo seems to offer offera
a way of retreat for the government governmentThis
This involves another surrender before beforethe beforethe
the victorious proletariat proletariatTwo proletariatTwo
Two Expedients ExpedientsCount Expedientsdount
Count Witte is now convinced that thatthe thatthe
the emperor by acceding to the de demand deniand ¬
mand for universal suffrage may still stillfind stillfind
find a common ground oh which tnegovernment the thegovernment
government and the moderates and the theextreme theextreme
extreme elements can stand If this thisfails thisails
fails to stay the headlong march of ofevents ofevents
events the proclamation of a ready readymade readymade
made constitution mightbe tried triedas as the thelast thelast
last card Then nothing would remain remainexcept remaInexcept
except the presentation of a dictator dictatorship dictatorship ¬
ship shipCompetent shipCompetent
Competent judges of the situation situationbellove situationbelieve
believe that a titonuorsfylp white it itInilght Itmigiit
Inilght restrain the rising flood tempo tempoTarily tomporirJiy
Tarily would only increase the dimen dimensions dhnenlotls ¬
sions lotls of tjie cataclysm nnd d iea on tHe tHedyrfasty thindaf1es
daf1es sathp t1i ovarmntnlt and anddyxffttP
dyrfasty avtfay aa to toinrooa rOllS rufnZemsfvoistslnvfted rOllSZemsfvoistsInvfted
Zemsfvoistslnvfted ZemsfvoistslnvftedIn
In order to convince the zemstvotsts zemstvotststhat
that the government is honestly trying tryingto
to meet the wishes of the moderate and andsubstantial andsubstantial
substantial elements Count Witte has hasinvited hasinvited
invited not only a deputation of o the theMoscow theMoscow
Moscow congress ilm Petrenkovich PetrenkovichKokoshkine PetrenkevichKokoshlsine
Kokoshkine and Mouronmteff but a anumber anumber
number of other zemgtvoigts Prince PrinceTroubetskoy PrinceTroubOtskoy
Troubetskoy Dmitri Shipoff M Guch Guchkoff Guchkoff
koff Jt Kuzminkara and At Vieff Vie to toparticipate toparticipate
participate in the sessions of the cab cabinet cabmet ¬
met on the election law which was con continued continued ¬
tinued last night and today Count CountWitte CountWitty
Witty appealed to the patriotism of the thezemstvoists thezenistvoists
zemstvoists saying it was their duty dutynot dutynot
not to inflame the situation but to co cooperate cooperate ¬
operate In saving the country from fromcomplete fromcomplete
complete anarchy A decision was wasreached wasreached
reached to grant practically universal universalsecret universalsecret
secret and equal suffrage to males 25 25years 25years
years of age on the basis of one rep representative represeutative ¬
resentative for each 250000 of the pop population population ¬
ulation but Count Witte refused to toyield toyldid
yield any suffrage to the country die districts dietricts ¬
tricts where there will be a double set setof setof
of electors electorsSlim electorsSlim
Slim Chance of Peace PeaceUnless PeaceUnless
Unless the extremists are willing to toaccept toaccept
accept this solution the support of the themoderates themoderates
moderates will not greatly improve the thesituation thesituation
situation as the lattdr in the present presentcrisis presentcrisis
crisis are almost a negligible quantity quantityPerhaps quantityPerhaps
Perhaps it is toojmuch to hope that the thesocial thesocial
social revolutionary leaders drunk drunkwith drunkwith
with the success achieved can be in induced induced ¬
duced tocease to cease their efforts which are arenow arenow
now entirely directed to winning over overthe overthe
the army The telegraph > h operators operatorshave operatprslurve
have replied to Count WiUes refusal refusalto
to treat with them by an open letter letterdeclaring letterdeclaring
declaring they will have no negotiations nagotiationwith negotiationsivithi
with Interior Minister Duvnovo and andmust andmust
must now continue the strike until untilfirst untilfirst
first the abrogation of all government governmentmeasures governmentmeasures
measures to prevent the organization organisationand
and activity of their congress and sec second seeond ¬
ond the liberation and reinstatement reinstatementof
of their allied comrades comradesTho comradesThe
The threatened strike of the police polleeand j jand
and house porters today did not ma1 ma1terlalize ma materlallze
terlalize terlalizeThe terlallzeThe
The mutineers of Sevastopol will be betried hetried
tried by courtmartial courtmartialArms courtmarUa4Arms
Arms for Finland FinlandStockholm j jStockholm
Stockholm Dec 4 4Great Great quantities of ofme ofarnie
arnie me and ammunition are being imported importedo
to o Finland Every steamer departing for forFinland forFinland
Finland from Sweden carries 100 pounds poundsf
of f ammunition the limit allowed under underhe underthe
the he Swedish law foe passenger steamers Kteamersvery steamersEvery
Every very available revolver has been shipped shippedis
as is well as large quantities of discarded discardedJwedish dIscardedSwedish
Swedish army guns gunsUprising gunsUpilsing
Uprising Expected ExpectedKoenigsberg ExpectedKoenigsberg
Koenigsberg East Prussia Dec 4 4The 4TheQatreptisahche The Thelatrepuaslche
latrepuaslche Zaitung prints reports rer rereived re received
eived from Llbau saying that several of ofhe o othe
the he nobility officials and other residents residentsf
of > f Livonia and Courland have been atj atjackod at attacked
tacked by peasants killed and terrfhly terrfhlynutilated terrIh terrIhmutilated
mutilated Baron Cmpenhaosen was se searely sovoreiy
arely wounaed Bands of several bun OUIKred buntired
tired red peasants are roving about robbins robbinsnd tobbingand
and nd killing A 4 general insurrection of tbi tbiOAgants th thpearants
OAgants and laborersis laborers ls expected expectedSignatures expectedSignatures
Signatures Forged ForgedSt Forged ForgedSt
St Petersburg ec 3 vie I ydtkuhaen liydtkuhenEast ydtkuhaenlast
East last Pruwda Dec t 4The The navy depart departnent department
nent has discovered tliiyt alleged can canracts ontracts
tracts for the repatriation of ofirIsonnrs prisonerK at atVladivostok atVladivostok
Vladivostok to whfrih the forged slgna slgnaure s1nn s1nntures
tures ure of Vice Admiral Blrttatf minfeter mnfnlteiof
of f marine b i attached are below sold to tooreign toforeign
foreign shipping firms Including the thelesKuperiaa
lesKuperiaa Marltlraw Steamship rom rommny cornpamiy
mny of Prance PranceRepublic FranceRepubli
Republic Organized OrganizedSt
St Petersburg via EdytKnhntm Enst Enstrussia EtPrussia
Prussia russia D De f 4trtws 1 IJJows which h has a coil curiUB coilens
ens > UB parallel tn ti the FrencH revolution revolutionomes revolutioncomes
comes from a little village on the borders bordersf
of > f the hattie where the peonle have or ormnlzed organized
mnlzed the Republic of Novarg Nwargansk Nwarganskrlmey insk inskMiey
Miey ha have o Issued a manifesto abolishing abotishiuKhe
the he rule not only of the emperor bijt of ofne oftne
tne ne deity wliicji hits been read in the theJiurchos theohurcihus
Jiurchos aid the th popular popularassembly assembly halls hallsPreparing hallsPreparing
Preparing for Flight FlightSt FlIiitSt
St Petersburg via Eydtkubnen Kaat KaatJrusela tastPrussia
Prussia Dec 4It It is report rsportd d from Cron i
N NFew
JohniSharp Williams Introduces IntroducesPew a
< Pew Bills BillsTARIFF BillsTARIFF
UI I ASKIKCKTON Decs fl 4rReyrcseUa 4rReyrcseUatva Reptesettayv
yv tva viiiNuK of MMt Misstsii > tiiin tna tnatt4ar tnheader
header C t tI Minority it it the houSe houaetoday houSetoday
today introduced a number of bins and andJoint adjoint
Joint reaoiutioiw affecting the tarif and andcampaign avidcampaign
campaign contributions Tbeo contem contemplate oiitempate ¬
plate fse eo trade with the Piniirniiits piuiri s x xrea areassembling
rea reassembling e < Wtn of the tl Uuua Unu U States tate 41 41Canada jad jadCRnftda
Canada joint hirh commission wiiu Wit a avtevv a
vtevv to freer tr8 trade > relation Ixtwaen the tiiaUaitad theUatsd
Uaitad 3t l andCanada nSA1 Cuada unJ d a irJoi irJoirt inioluspm
uspm rt tWfCfor 35c or the Unitea Stuttn Th ThMdB The TheMU
MU regerdlnK arnpalgn con t ni tiit ji 5 tOt tOtbids
bids federal corporation rharfr chart < t h rv tn tnfederal the
federal aeveruntt overn nt fngaged iu i jn rttate rttatecommerce rstate rstateconmeree
commerce from makioi suoii oiuubu toiitributhese oiuubutlons
these T Thee e ne nteasUr nre it is i bei ved vedindicate vedin4eate
indicate tli the probable course of ih t he mmor mmorii mnoritt
ii itt on the subject of th the tariff rev re iioi iioiand iIOitnd
and reciprocity and nd the questiun of wi 051tmqbutlons witHbutkms
tHbutkms in political campaisi campaisiOnly eampaigOnly
Only the First Step StepMr StepMr
Mr Williams said today ttia tti otaw otawbills Mieibills
bills may l hO > e looked for as he wwuid not notba notbe
ba satisfied with the revision to ili tic ex extent cxtent ¬
tent indicated b bet t from his stanujxdiit stanujxdiitit
it was nwrely the first r t step in th riht rihtdirection rilttdirection
direction and an luvitotion to th Iv Riptib Riptiblican pHb pHblican
lican party to declare good intfntions intfntionsMr
Mr Williams introduced a bill to t autljgl autljglize autIqlizo
ize the ii hftposition ositi < Mi of an income tax Tn TnPhillpplnea TbPhilippines
Philippines tariff bill rovides that all allarticfii altarticles
articfii articles the product and growth of th thPhilippi thu thuPhilippines
Philippi PhilippiUnUott Philippines shall be admitted inti the theUnftod
UnUott States fre free of inmort duty anl anlthat n < t tthftt
that all articles the product nod growth growthof
of the balance of the Vnited SUtes sftal sftalbo iaaJi iaaJiho
bo admitted into the Philippine free of ofimport ofImport
import duty and that nothing oant oont1nsd oont1nsdin n d din
in the WH shall be construed to r reies1 reies1any 9 9any
any provision of the Paris treaty between betweenthe betweenhe
the he United States and Spain SpainMinimum SpainMinimum
Minimum Tariff Tarifft TariffAnother TariffAnother
Another bill proposes to eotahtti ntal i U a aminimum aminimum
minimum tariff of the United Stairs It Itdeclares Itdeclares
declares the existing tariff scheJul < to toconstitute toeontitute
constitute the minimum tariff of th thUnited the theVnited
United States and a reduction of J per percent percent
cent from them or rates equal to f fur furfifths ur urfifths
fifths of the existing duties to constitute constitutethe
the minimum tariff of the United State StateThe StatesThe
The bill extends the operation of th thminimum tbminimum >
minimum tariff to all such eountn s sgrant as asjrrant
grant admission to their markets uf ar articiee artides
tides the i lwoduct > roduct and growtn of th thUnited the theUnited
United States at tn the minimum tariff rUPs rUPslevied tttvslevied
levied by them Mr Williams sail h hhad he hehad
had selected 30 0 per cent as the amount oi oireduction o oreduction
reduction to be made in order to twm twmstKuta enstituta
stKuta a minimum tariff although ho hothought hethought
thought that the reduction should b bgreater ho hogreater
greater than that out of a de defesssie eene0 to totheir toRepublican
Republican opinions and to give itsoub itsoubhenna
henna who are sincere and honest itt itttheir
their desire to reduce the tariff an n op opno apiortunity
iortunity to act abel with the knou1g knou1gof °
of the act that they would meet with withno
no factious opposition but with th the Iwarty Iwartysupport bssrtysupport
support of the Democrats DemocratsAmendment DemocratsAmendment
Amendment to Dingley Act ActAnother ActAiioth
Another Aiioth bill by Me Williams is t tamend 1amend
amend section U I of the Dingiajr act H Hfdrbids Itforbids
forbids any common carrier er transpmtatlon transpm trsPnrtation
tatlon agency of a IIY y sort including ex exMOTS
press companies from transporting spirit spiritoue
oue vinous or malt liquors into any 7 slat tat tator <
or munkiiwJUy w wtere ers the t 1ta eT eTis MV v > r ris
is forWflden when th tbs r Itte Itted ri ca tt ttor
d or to anynumner anynumnerAIL any pienner P bat t cirric cirric1h
AIL Ut 1h olUKged oacs M with < the l arffr 4111 qf o eafln B < tlBK rjngfur tlBKfor
for the same or of don ra ad y otger otgeract other otherdot
act am agent of seller neceewwy to c iPIn iPInplets < mn mnptete
ptete or perfect the sale saleThe saleThe
The resolution regarding the joint lulgh lulghcommission hIgiicommission
commission declares the house of rp rpsentatives rs pre presentatives >
sentatives will view with pleasure th the re reconvening r rconvening ¬
convening by the president of the jpnt jpnthigh Int Inthigh
high commission appointed by the govern governments governments ¬
ments of Great Britain Canada nsda sad as th thUnited the theUnited
United States for the purpose ef secur securing seeurIng ¬
ing freer trade relations between th thUnited the theUnited
United States and Canada CanadaCampaign CasadsCampaign
Campaign Contributions ContributionsThe
The Tii bill regarding campaign eontt eonttlion contzu contzutiwms
lion which indicates the trend of ofWilliams Mr MrWilliams
Williams thoughts and probaWy that or orhis oflila
his party associates In connection with withthe withthe
the Impression made by the life insur insurance ineurance ¬
ance investigation forbids any national nationalbank nationalbank
bank or any corporation chartered by the thefederal thefederai
federal government or any corporation corporationwbdtso corporationwhatsoever
wbdtso whatsoever < ver engaged in whole or in pan panin partin
in interstate commerce from making con contrilmtlon contributlona
trilmtlon for the purpose of Inflmnclmc Inflmnclmcthe
the result of any political campaign with withthe Wititthe
the Intent of influencIng the course of oflegislation oflIsIatIomt
legislation before congress any state leg tegrtelstare legIsJture
telstare or any municipal government governmeiitalso
also that any act in contravention of tills tillsprovision thisprevision
provision shall constitute a a misdemeanor misdemeanorand
and nl shall subject the violator on convic conviction eonvletion ¬
tion to a fine of not less than CQO and andnot andnot
not more than ttfl000 and an additional additionalfine additionalfine
fine of doable the value of the money or orthing otthing
thing of value found to have been con contributed contribated ¬
tributed or promised promisedCOAST promisedCOAST
Franklin Lane to Be on the Inter InterState interState
State Commerce Commission CommissionWashington CommissionVashhmgtou
Washington Dec 4 4At At least two twobills twobills
bills providing for important change changein
in the land laws will be intvoduc at atthe a athe
the approaching session of congress congressOne eopgressOne
One will provide for the rep repl ftl of the thetimber thitimber
timber and stone act sad the other otherwill otherwill
will make it possible for purely agricul agricultural agrfcultural ¬
tural tend in forest reserves to < bo ac acquired acquired ¬
quired by settler under the homeatead homeateadlaws homeeteadlaws
laws Representative Laoey chairman chairmanof
of the house committee on public lands landswill handswilt
will introduce both of these measures measuresIn
In the house houseMr houseMr
Mr Lane whose nomination will be betent besent
tent to the senate tomorrow is a Demo Democrat Democrat ¬
crat and kite appointment will chaage chaagethe cliasgethe
the political comt co iplcxiou cxk u of the interstat interstatommeree interatatcomnieree
ommeree commission from Republican u uDemocratic ttDemoeratic
Democratic Former Governor Pifer of ofIllinois ofIllinois
Illinois wham Mr Lane will succeed succeedan sue ed edon
an the commission is a Republican as asalso a aalso
also are Commissioners Knapp oui ouiProuty sntiProuty
Prouty Commissioners Cockrell jvl jvlClements n t tClemente
Clements are Democrats hilo hi ii Mr MrLa d r rLain
Lain La IMS also has been a Democrat iu i i t11 t11tics > > u utics
tics IM was a supporter of Prta PrtaRoosevelt PTedtiL PTedtiLRoosevelt
Roosevelt in the th last campaign campaignIn
In connection with this appointuHMH appointuHMHIt
It is pointed out that in the event of ofhe oftitt
titt he enactment of railroad rate tegifla tegiflalon liation
lon by the present congress t Use Inter Intertate Interstate
tate commerce commission very likely likelyrill likelywill
rill be reorganized reorjranisedWILL reorganizedWiLL
Special to The HeraW HeraWWaabington HerZJWashington
Washington Dec 4Ad4m 4Ad nt E L Lecki Leckia Lecktan
an a attorney of thi this city left nan h toda todajr tdufor
for jr Lander Wyo Tyo where he will UI awtist awtisthe 555sttile
tile he prosecution in the trial of a BMW who whohot whushot
hot and killed his brother Samuel Lcki Lckiif Leckitof <
of if Fremont county la lamt t summer summeritadt summerstddt
itadt that a German squadron baa na been beenlighted beOflsighted
lighted In the Baltic a near th the Rut Rutian JttuStan
Stan ian co coast < wt Rumor attribute the ain ainmee 511a > < U Uante
ante of the wiuaoron as preparatory t tlie tthe < >
lie night of tee Rusatan Imperial tani v vAgrarian Iagrarian
Agrarian and 9tJJewish outbreiiks I Ireported v veported
reported to l haYS v eecurred In th the gov govnenos goviiieItm
nenos of Chernlgott Terek Kursk KurskMurder t tKusn
Murder M urder Conspiracy ConspiracySi
Si Peirrifurg D < via Ey Eytlm Eytlmlist < lth lthin
list in 4Th < trii < > f Mrne Leoniiii Leoniiiiluzru Leonliftdozen
dozen otlur who wh ar barged with withnUli wit ti 1 1iniIlfrutli
iniIlfrutli nUli attHi 1 i T i MTiit C t iI plot to kiH kiHral ki kiral
ral Trepoff is irmffdiig behind behintfo behinddoors
doors o rs The evidence tteviloped th thnee t I Ienoc
enoc nee of a big conspiracy with rat ruiioiiK > I Itiolls
ioiiK at Moscow and els elsewhere whert whertad e ehad
had ad for its purpose the assassinai assassinaijraaid tissassinatGrand
Grand Duke Serglus utr aAiuii aAiuiijilted udy udyi
jilted i htd ajnd if f O General noral Tr Ttitaff tf utjJ 4C 4Ct
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