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I E I THE SALT LAKE HERALD I IEstabhshed WEATEER LAST Fair FairSilver FOS EDITION EDITIONWEATEER IAXA XASC XASCFair
116fLD Silver 64c per perounce perounceCopper ouucc ouuccR
R Copper CoppercastLrn1operpowid CoppercastLrn1operpowidEstablished castum 17o per pound poundLead
I Lead in ore 5360 New York J535
Established June une 6 1870 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY DECEMBER 12 1905 Price Eive Cents
SENATE HAS i iTEARS NO NOTEARS
TEARS TO SHE SHEBeath SHED SHEDDeath
Death of the late Senator IfifohcHot Ififohc EitohellNot
Hot Announced AnnouncedDEBATE AnnouncedDEBATE
DEBATE ON RAILWAY RATE RATETILLMANS RATESTILLMANS
TILLMANS POINTED REFERENCE REFERENCTO REFERENCETO
TO ROOSEVELT ROOSEVELTWASHINGTON ROOSEVELTI
I JtSHINGTON Doc 11 11With 11Withvrv Wt Wtspirited
WASHINGTON vrv spirited pirIt 1 debates on oh the theof subject subjectof
of railroad rate legislation aril ariling artsh
ing h ig through the introduction of a bil bilby IJIIE IJIIEby
by Mr Ttllman to authorize the inter interfcfut InterT4t4
fcfut T4t4 < > rurujmrce commission to fix max maxTum rnXiriurn
iriurn Tum ratrB rat and the Panama ea CflI CflIdur a adu
du dur to a controversy over the refereno referenot
t q th rni nirgeney rgency appropriation bill t tu to
u 1 Committee todays aesskm of the sen sent senit
it t oitinuoUHly proved I IteremtIn terestJnf fo foit for forI
it I IK ttui > four hours hoursMitchell IoursMitchell
Mitchell Not Mentioned MentionedVri
Vri JL adjournment iJj urnrnent was taken without withpunentioii withouty
> nentioii of the late Senator Mitch Mitchi UtcItI
i of irtgon an and SK o > for the first tim timtit time timet <
tit t dath d ith of a senator was permltt permlttt petmlttedt
t > i ia aps unnoticed by the senate Th Thri The TheU
ri iv U r t Dr Mitchells name from tin tinti the
ti 1 flowed 1 Chapkiin fl Hide le reealle reealleV
V I nuatiou to mind in his prayer b bfl by byrti
fl rliijj rti i polnte potfltoIIy lly to corruption an andX flI flId <
dX d J ivtd d by praying that members o oth of ofth
th K tiate uate be given strength to tober toberh ea ear
r < a h oth othr r burdens burdensVf burdensVi
Vf Vi debate on the Tillnian bill was wajsagpd wase
e < sagpd in by a number of senators senatorsL senator
L r Foraker declared that the bll blll bittroctt
l roctt tncd that Us author believed tin tinIt the theL
It L 8nt laws aws were sufficient to corree correeah correct correctLh
ah Lh alleged transportatktu evils cxccp cxccpfxoesslvc except exceptexessie
fxoesslvc rates and that there wee waiairpli weeInrn
airpli pruvlHion for the punishment o otrbate of oftc
trbate tc bLte giving givingProtected givingProtected
Protected by Roosevelt Roosevelti
i Mr TiUman said he did think HO until uotlfh untilth
fh Jnvcstigtion of Messrs Judwon and andIUrvoLt HIM HIMIlltrnrou
Illtrnrou IUrvoLt insiitiited by the executiVe executiviha executiVeh4
ha h4 l lu irt rt stuh in lt a miserable tiasco The Tktrrrsni Ther
rrrsni r r rn Ltw tv vould w 0011 prove a failure unti untitlv tiiflhltt
tlv tt iVfiil nt stopped protecting ant antV nd nditi
V 1 itrv iti ashint cabinet ollifers he said saidMt siildth
Mt F Taker averted that the law lavcould lawtiulit
could ot t bt blamed if aome i persoit persoitq > erso ersof
f q 1 thvi hvri in his duty lUt Mr Ir Foraker hv hvlh inI
lh I e1 = i in ft his dl dtecueIon ousak u that there theriaM thereh
aM h > < some extended controversies controversiesbf
bf V th < railroad rate bills were die disr
r 1 f this session sessionCanal eeeIOnCanal
Canal Bill Referred ReferredAtt
Att v t r more than a score ot senators senatonhaJ senatorsItil
haJ dlsousKeil diSLU ± LI the Panama bill it wais was wasj
s l vr i tu the appropriation com comi
i t t by i vote of f 40 M to 23 23u 3 3C
u C Tiliuuni churacteriaed the hl hii l lt
1 t j > i puRl a u iujttai employ s t re rtanl rtanllj
lj jui tLt graft graftU
U r Hemenway Honktatf Me Melt LC LCk ¬
lt k i uiU 3Mt Tjer er jid there ahouk ahoukn shoukixttui
n athm itt1n rti i aiUries Ir1eI for the
1 rniluyes 1 fl 1Oy 5 Mr Lr Teller sftkl kI thai thaib thatLI
b Billion in t ongresd Had itthorfeec itthorfeectu
tu L iu T Ijint to appofnt the officeiw and in inj <
j 4 levies andthatit aud thnt It was wa th thc the theugrs <
c ingivss to pay them themDEMOCRATIC themDEMOCRATIC
DEMOCRATIC ROW ROWL ROWLmar
L Lmar mar of Florida Squelched by Lead Leader
er Williams WilliamsWrli Wiltiams Wiltiamswi
Wrli igton Dec 11 11tr Mr Williams Williamsth
th rainorlty leader of the house housetv houserptj
tv rr rptj J 11 Ui the lid today just in tim timi time timet
i i1 i i it iwatkms In the nature oli ol ofi
i riiiihin i tJirn of f the committee assign assignof
of certain of his colleagues for foih for1b
h 1b is responsible Mr Payne PayneI Piyflei
i r iiu 1Ub1iCifl > > lican leader naively auggeat auggeatiiy
iiy by which the revelation revelationb
I b ruth but Mr Williams as asi
i ill reaiKnisiblllty and declined declinedn deethiedtlit
n a V tho washing of Democratic Democraticr
> r the amusement of the Repub
1 u
Lamars amars Grievance GrievanceutiJent Grievancei
< utiJent i t ident followed the announce announcer
r of committees i Mr La Lamar mar ot otF1 ofF
F1 F jta t submitted and had read a arr attr
rr PTarer ttr clipping purporting to quote quoteM
M iiliunis tu the th effect that Mr
1 ia in wI 1 Mr h ckleford Mo had hadI
I MI ii ft the th Intemtate and foreign foreigni
i vi i r t iimmittee because they had hadf hadn
f n j J 1 t ti > follow the Democratic caucus caucusa
a < j < tin last session on the raIl rallr
r a i ra lull Ijillik lullukr
ik ukr r rannon aflhOt suggested that the theru thelit
ru r tit r i ad did not constitute a ait ati
ti < it of personal privilege which whichr
r 1 i Mr I Lamar umar to the floor floorli DoorL
li K gntIeman ntleman might proeeed by byi
i ii t m us consent suggested Mr MrP MrII Mrp Mrif
P
II > v much th time e does be want wantn n nf
f T i
Williams Objected ObjectedTWIH
TWIH ci here that Mr Williams strode strodeif
if r v ir l from his seat in the rear He Hei LieiaieJ
i iaieJ > saUcj ihe speaker wth word ami amiirstur amiaru1
irstur and when he got ot his ld eye he ve veci yehis
ci i his right to obiect only long longi longUgh
i iviugli Ugh t > make the statement that in intl intr
tl xntfrcst of DenuMrutlc harmony harmonyritTiess harmonyriIrcss
ritTiess and of general food will which whichc
c 1 iiuii be b promoted by washimc bern Demcat bernw
w > cat at ineii for the amusement of the theRpubli theftc
Rpubli ftc ans of the house houseI I object objectCut objectCut
Cut Short by Cannon CannonIfirtirJlutely Cannon1areIIt1v
IfirtirJlutely the question became in intt2itug n nicr
icr tt2itug uijg1 Mr Lamar faced Mr Wil Wiltams WUlFarn
tams ivln stood doee to him and andhargd a4harg
hargd harg ii him with taking the matter matteri
i 4o o Mi A n wripapers Mr Shackleford Shacklefordai
> ai a cn n Ms I feet vainly demanding to toiciv tour1
iciv a i qufsiion and many Democrats DemocratsippliUlT Democratsipr1t1ibi
ippliUlT tlit stand taken by Mr Wit WllHjmifi WitILITER
Hjmifi Mr jr Lamar demanded that Mr MrV MrSVll
SVll V 11 iTH all a Democratic r esuus aucu to torrui ton
n > rrui rr ft t allow him to proceed Su Suoitk SuoitkI < k krr
rr I pjiuioii jrWOi itlded hi gavel vigorous vigorousk
k v urd J 1 < 1 1Lr iivd everybody out of order orderi ordervd
i vd d it i tiu 1n midst of the infusion ree reegrizoil recgizc1
grizoil Mr Payne for a motion to ad adfourn adIiurn
fourn whUh was declared r eanled rried an5 an5Uu an anUic
Uu s si > ii was over until Wednesday WednesdayW
W 1 Minority Satisfied j jKcf I Irr
Kcf rr r ibis incident the session had hadrc hadnrc
nrc rc ed cdf1 l without a hitch The unani unanimous uiietous ¬
mous ous ionsen onsent t necessary to increase Iiic the theiiar thezc
iiar zc of the hirffer committees bad ben benS
S rt uinl iti this manner the increasedn increased inezeesed1hthitJ
n bttship of the house and Increased Increasedzllau
1 iMt zllau au representation had bean beani
i o y j a A ttimmittee places The Demo Demoat DemorLt
rLt at taI lost ist no committee places but butad butad
ad TtiuiV a gain of one alt of which whichMr whichIr
Mr Ir VillianiB had declared satisfac satisfactory stlsfacnry ¬
tory nry to th minority As an indication indicationpf
pf if tLc intentton to begin work at once onceeeral orzoe4eera1
eeral of the committees gained ner nerti nezT4
ti gsioij tt have nrlntin nrlnung done and to toI toy
I Vf tlu 3iir np the th sessions of the house houserie houseric
rie session t lasted nftyfive minute minuteTWO minutesTWO
TWO YEARS IN SING SING SINGNrw SINGw
Nrw w Turk Dec 11 1lVormer Former A tase taserman sem semS
S nmaa Joseph CahJU CaII1Of of Brooklyn who whosras whocas
sras convicted of petyury 3ury with violation violationf
f the election law laws at the mayoralty mayoraltytior mayoraltylPtofi
lPtofi > tior hst t monthwas sentenced to tot totlJ
tlJ > t serve two yeaM te Slnp SIn Sing Smgprison SingIsor
prison Isor A stay of sentsece ent mce for one onekeek onek
keek k allow CahiHa oounsel to ap apteal apteal
teal the he case was granted by the court
INFLUENCE OF OFJEROME OFJEROME
JEROME POTENThomas POTENT POTENTThomas
Thomas F Ryan Will Tell What Ha Hariman liar liarrhnan
riman Said to Him HimANOTHER KimANOTHER
ANOTHER MAN ON THE RAC1PROVIDENT RACK RACKPROVIDENT
PROVIDENT COMPANYS AFFAIR AFFAIRBEING AFFAIRSBEING
BEING PROBED PROBEDNEW PROBEDM
M CV YORK Doc 11 11TIte The legisla legislatiye legislaIj
NEW Ij tie life insurance imWtigitlnj imWtigitlnjcommittee ineiit1zz ineiit1zzcQinpntttee
committee appeared tonight u uflftve us ushav
flftve hav succeeded in its attempt to make makjThotnaa makeI <
jThotnaa I ritornits P Ryan divulge what E K II IIi IfI
i I Horrimatt JIarrin said or threatened to do t tinfluence to toiiftuentj <
influence him to divide lts control o othe of ofthe
the ISquitabld Life Assurance society societyj societyDistrict
j S District Attorney William T Jerome Jeromewho Jeromewho
who was asked by the committee t ttake to totyke <
take tyke steps to punish Mr Ryan for re refusing rerusing
fusing to answer the questions about abouiair aboutMi
air harriman reported to the commit committee committee ¬
tee today that he has Informed Mr MrRyans MrRyans
Ryans counsel that Mr Ryan oughito ought oughtto
to answer Mr Jerome also wrote tc tcthe to tothe
the committee that he believes Mr MrRyan MrRyan
Ryan will answer if brought before th thcommittee the thecommittee <
committee again againRefused againRefused
Refused to Tell All AllMr AllMr
Mr Ryan who bought 02 O shares shar ol olthe of ofte
the Stock of Qt the Etultable TOmiilahl Life TJfo Asciir Asciiranoe Assur Assuralice
alice society lust summer and plac placed placedthem eti etithem
them in a trust to be voted by three thretrustees threetrustees <
trustees ot whom tlrover rover Cleveland if ifone Is Isone
one was L5 on the witness stand befor beforthe IofOttthe
the insurance Investigating committee committeelast committeelast
last Friday He testified that on th thday the theday
day he got ot possession of the Equitable KqultabUstock Equitablestock
stock K i H llarriman president oi oiI of oftime
I the Union Pacific and Southern Pacific PacificI Pacificrailroads
I railroads and a director of the Equit EquitI Equitable
I able society asked him for a fl share oi oiI ofthe
I the stock What Mr Harrhnan said tc tcWin toPIlmn
Win to induce him to part with that thatiCtoclc thatctock
iCtoclc ctock Mr Ryan refused to tell th thcommittee the thecommittee
committee
May Be Called Today TodayMr TodayMr
Mr Hushes declined to say when whenMr whenMr
Mr Ryan will be recalled but it is ispresumed Ispresumed
presumed he will take the witness witnessstand wItnessstand
stand tomorrow or the following day daySubsequently daySubeaqueatjy
Subsequently Outhrie Cravath and andHenderson andHenderson
Henderson counsel for Mr Ryan gave gaveout gaveout
out a statement that they have advised advisedMr udyisedIr
Mr Ir Ryan that he should answer the theQuestions theiimestlons
> Questions and that he is prepared tc tcdo toilo
do so whenever recalled by the investi investigating inv ti tigthtg ¬
gating committee To that statement statementwas statementvtt
was vtt attached a letter from District At Attorney Attorney ¬
torney Jerone to Paul D Cravath ad advising adVising ¬
vising him that Mr Ryan ought to toanswer toanswer
answer the questions and adding al although altbouEh ¬
though I fully appreciate the motive motivewhich motiveswhich
which led him to refuse to answer un until unUI ¬
til the question of law involved could couldbe
be 11 m mna4e 4e clear clearProvident cierProvident
Provident Savings Society SocietyThe SocietyThe
The commute was engaged for forpart a apart
part of the time today in inquiring tnquirtngint tnquirtngintthe intq intqthe
the affairs of the Proyfrtent Savings SavingsLite SavingsAte
Ate Assurance society of New York YorkCharles YozkCharles
Charles E Hughes counsel t for the thecommittee thecommittee
committee bad brought out by que quettoning
Itionhig ttoning Kdward W Scott thft th president presidentrf preel dent dentof
of < rf that company iL at when FrankF FrankFHadley Ftn F FTitdley
Hadley of New Bafffonf Mao Mass > secured securedv apstrsdontrol
< v ntrol > of the company in 1S9G he b bI r rrowed I IJ
J rowed Jj42000 2000 from the Company on his hisnoJUttent hisI
I noJUttent gfttes tt s to pay up for the stock stockof stockof
of the insurance company Mr Scott Scotttestified Scotttestified
testified that Mr Hadley never repaid repaidthoe raidtO5e
thoe loans and that the insurance insurancecompany Insurancecompany
company realized only 30000 on the thesale thesale
sale of the collateral Companies in inwhich hiwhich
which Mr Hadley was interested failed failedand failedLuct
and he committed suicide tsuicldoCompany suicideCompany
Company Was Out 132000 132000It
It cost the insurance company just justI112WO
I112WO 11 for or fr Hadley to get et control controlof
of it said Mr Hughes HughesBesides HughemsBesides
Besides the 102000 Mr Hadley had hadborrowed hadborrowed
borrowed fcJilOOOO to i pay > ay for the assur assurance assuranee ¬
ance eomi companys anys stock and had put up upthat upthat
that stock as collateral Mr Scott tea teatied testied
tied that he bought that stock at auc auction auctiomi ¬
tion after Mr Hartleys death and bor borrowed borrowed ¬
rowed the money to do It from tom the theNew theNe
New Ne York Securities Trust company companyJohn companyJohn
John A McCall president of the New NewYork NewTork
York Life Insurance company Mr MrScott MrScott
Scott said stood back of o1 him in the thenegotiation timenegotItIou
negotiation for the loan loanOther loanOther
Other witnesses have testified that the theNew theNew
New York Life Insurance company companycontrolled companycontrolled
controlled the Security Trust com company cornpany ¬
pany After fter he got control of the com company cornpuny ¬
puny Mr Scott said John A Home Homebrotherinlaw HomebrotherInlaw
brotherinlaw of John A McCall was wasmade wasmade
made comptroller of the Provident ProvidentSavings ProvidentSavIngs
Savings Life Lit Insurance company at atJl atisouo
Jl isouo 000 a year yearFour yearFour
Four Sons and a Nephew NephewM NephewMi
M Mi Scott testified also that his four foursons foureons
sons and a nephew are employed by bythe bythe
the company of which he is president presidentMr
Mr Hughes pointed out that al although 1 1though ¬
though th tim Provident Life wrote 165 I6 I6uoooo
090000 of insurance in the last live liveyears fiveyeaisI
years it lot a total of 5170000000 i70OOO of ofinsurance ofInsurance
insurance u net loss of M00U0 He Heasked Heasked
asked if this did not indicate a high highpercentage highpercentage
percentage of lapse laP The witness said saidlie Id Idha
lie did not know knowMr knowMr
Mr Hughes asked the witness to ex explain cxplain ¬
plain Increases in the companys ex expenses cxpeftees ¬
penses ever the increase in its receipts receiptsfrom receiptsfrom
from premiums The witness said the thefigures thCfigures
figures in the report of the state de department 1eptrtrnent ¬
partment 6f insurance are incorrect incorrectPayments hicerreetPayrnentG
Payments to Hamilton HamiltonMr
Mr Hughes read fit from m a statement statementof
of the legal expenses of the Provident ProvidentLife ProvIdentLIf
Life LIf company a list of five payments paymentsmade paymentsrnde
made to Andrew Hamilton the legis legislative legishtUve ¬
lative agent of the New York Life In Insurance inpuranee ¬
surance company who to now zi1w in Paris Parisand Parisand
and who has been asked to come to toNew toNew
New York and testify The payments paymentscovered paymentscovered
covered a period from 1SSS to liM One Onewas On Onwas
was 200 and another 200 the theamounts
amounts of the other not being stat stated stated ¬
ed The witness said that Hamilton iJsrnItonhad Hamiltonhad
had visited the Insurance departments departmentsof
of Illinois and Kansas and posslWy posslWywine posslbysome
wine other states to secure permission permissionfor
for th the Provident Savings Life lAsur lAsurance lizsursnot
snot company to issue a policy on the tlteniHst theftiet
niHst year QU which no reserve would wouldbe wouldbe
be required The Company got the thepermission thepennisslon
permission Hamilton witness said saidalso saidalso
also acted as counsel for the company companyIn
In a test case in which tlie th company companyresisted companyyesItud
resisted the contention of the state in inttranee Inauranee
ttranee department of New Tork that thatthe thatthe
the law imposing u tux on premiums premiumssvas
was retroactive The company won wonihttf wonthis
this case caseAPPEAL I IAPPEAL
APPEAL DISMISSED DISMISSEDenator
Senator Mitchell Beyond Jurisdiction Jurisdictionof
of the Courts CourtsWashington CourtsWashington
Washington Dec 11 ilCftt CHI motion of offarmer ofPormer
farmer Senator Thureton Chief Jus Jusice Jii Jiitice
ice Fuller on s behalf of the supreme supremeHirt supremecourt
court Hirt 9t the United States today di ditjtfe dlVetted
Vetted tjtfe < the toaoance of an order die disntesine dieflilsshig
ntesine the appeal of the late Senator SenatorMjjetsi j jCUcheH
CUcheH ID tbs oa eats against him The Therocwedj Theprocuedlz
procuedlz > rocwedj f wa was brief Senator Thurs Thurson Thurston
ton on ann annennoed need the death of the Oregon Oregoneoater Oregonsenator
senator and iW moved the dismissal of the thoe thecame
came e In directing tlieorder the odor the chief chiefastice chiefjustice
justice merely remarked < l that this thisours thiscouyee
couyee ours was usual uaI in criminal cases j
GREAT STRIKE STRIKEHAS STRiKEHAS
HAS COLLAPSED COLLAPSEIRussia
Russia Again Agaiin in Communication Wit WitOutside With WithOutside
Outside World WorldLIMIT Wo1dLIMIT
LIMIT HAS BEEN REACHEFURTHER REACHED REACHEDFURTHER
FURTHER AGITATION WILL NO NOBE NOT NOTBE
BE ALLOWED ALLOWEDSt
4 St Petersburg Dec 11 7 7O 0 i if p pmTho +
+ f m mTho The twiegraph lines with Mo3 Mo3f Aloscow +
+ f cow Revul Kieff Kazan Nov Novf Novgorod +
+ f gorod Archangel and Nadva are areworking areworking +
+ working today Many of the em emf emDIOyeS +
f pk DIOyeS > yes have resumed work and it itis itIs +
+ is believed that the strike is col collapeing +
± 4 lapeing The malls have not ar arf amrlved +
+ f rJved from the south owing to the therailway therailway +
+ railway strike strikeIntelligence strIkeIntelligence +
+ Intelligence from the provinces provineesis +
+ is impatiently awaited especially especiallyf +
f details of the nwtlnJes mmnitiniesThe +
4 The government apparently has hasf hasresolved +
+ f resolved to have resort to general generalf 4
4 f coercion coercionST 4
+ 4 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 4 4S + + + + +
T PETERSBURG Dec 10 Sunda Sundamorning Sunday Sundayfliorning
ST S
morning via Bdytkulmen Baa BaaPrussia EastPrussia
Prussia Dec 1L iLThere There is ever everindication every everyindication
indication this morning that the gov governments govemInents ¬
ernments challenge will be accepted acceptedand acceptedand
and that within fortyeight hours j jgeneral a ageneral
general strike throughout Russia will wilbe willbe
be ordered A terrible storm has beeiraised been beenraised
raised by the arrest of AI i Krustaleff Krustaleffpresident Krustaleffpresident
president of the executive executve committee committeof <
of the workmens council which was wasfollowed wasfollowed
followed during the night by the im imprisonment impIIsOnment ¬
prisonment of the members of th thworkmens the theworkmens <
workmens council and a number o osocialistic of ofsocIalistic
socialistic leaders leadersThe leadersThe
The reaction has come were th thwords the thewords <
words on even lip and in the liberal liberaextremist liberaloxtrenjist
extremist camp there was only om omopinion oneOiuiofl
opinion namely that it must be re resisted reslsted ¬
sisted to the bitter end At all th thmeetings the themeetings
meetings last night some of whict whictlasted whieklasted
lasted until morning the opinion was wasunanimous wasunanimous
unanimous that the government had hacforced hadforced
forced the hands of the proletariat proletarkilaud proletariatand
and that the supreme weapon a gen general kgenend ¬
end strike must be invoked invokedNewspapers invokedNewspapers
Newspapers Confiscated ConfiscatedThe
The newspaper editors at yesterday yesterdajevenings yesterdayevenins
evenings meeting decided that the thetemporary timetemporary
temporary press law forbidding the tludiscussion thettiscussion
discussion of vital questions affecting affectingthe affectingthe
the welfare of the nation violated th thprinciples the theprinciples
principles of freedom of speech and andpress andprom
press guaranteed by the imperial mani manifesto manifeeto ¬
festo and that it must be defied The Theresult Theresult
result was that the editions of the theRuss theRuss
Russ and half a dozen d zemm more radical radicalpapers raiiealpapers
papers were confiscated confiscatedThe confiscatedTime
The employee of time RigaOrel rail railroad railroad ¬
road have declared a strike on account accountof
of the declaration of martial law In InLivonia inLivonla
Livonia and have sent an appeal to tothe totime
the other roadjj road to join Last night the therailroad therIirogd
railroad men qf the Baltic ttltie Unas liti da daekladto d dck1eI
ekladto ck1eI to follow the ebcmplt f F the theRigaOrel th thItiaOrel
RigaOrel men menAbsolute incaAbsolute
Absolute Anarchy AnarchyThe
The situation in Livonia is frightful frightfulAbsolute
Absolute anarchy prevails A messen messenger niessengem ¬
gem who arrived here this morning de declared ¬
dared that the streets of Riga were wereflowing wereltowlng
flowing with blood After a meeting
the railroad men of Riga were mowed moweddown moweddown
down by the fire of machine guns and andartillery andartillery
artillery artilleryThe artilleryThe
The railroad men of St Petersburg Petersburgat
at a meeting yesterday evening re resolved resolved ¬
solved that Inasmuch as the reaction reactionis
is gaining force and the government is isseeking Isseeking
seeking to retract what was won by bythe bythe
the first panRussian strike the rail railroad railroad ¬
road men stand ready to obey the sig signal ¬ I Imini
mini for a general strike but advise advigetheir advisetheir
their fellow workers to await the word
from the central committee at Moscow Moscowas
as a failure must not be risked riskedSimultaneously riskedSimnuitaneousty
Simultaneously with the arrests here I IM
M Dronshilny and all the members of ofthe ofthe
the union of employes of the posts and andtelegraph andtelegraph
telegraph operators of Moscow with I
M KokhanowskJ at their head hoa were werearrested werearrested
arrested at Moscow MoscowDurnovos MoscowDurnovos
Durnovos Manifesto ManifestoInterior Manifestointerior
Interior Minister Durnovo today is issued issued ¬
sued an official proclamation not only onlynotifying onlynotifying
notifying all the post and telegraph telegraphemployes telegraphemiioyes
employes that their failure to return to towork tovork
work tomorrow will be equivalent to totheir totheir
their discharge but that all those who whoagitate wlmoagitate
agitate for a continuance of the strike strikeor
or are guilty of Cutting or otherwise otherwisedestroying otherwisedestroying
destroying wires and nd apparatus will willbe willbe
be prosecuted to the full extent of the thelaw thelaw
lawIt law lawIt
It is learned on high authority that thatthe thatthe
the government has finally decided decidedagainst decidedagainst
against universal suffrage and practic practically Practlcally ¬
ally In favor of the old project of oftwentyone oftwentyone
twentyone workmen representatives representativesand
and the extension of the ballot to the thesmall thesmall
small rent payers merchants and the theeducated timeeducated
educated classes However the law lawmust lawntust
must still puss the council of the em empire cmpime ¬
pire and receive imperial approval If Ifthe Itthe
the decision is upheld it is apt to end endill endalt
ill question of the support of the aems aemsLvolsts semstvolsts
Lvolsts tvolstsThe LvolstsThe
The railroad men claim they have havebeen havebeen
been informed that several sections of oftlie ofthe
the southwestern Hyatemsjhaye already alreadystrike airedyreepotided
reepotided to the appeal or a general generalstrike
strike Cooler heads bojvevai are ad advising advising ¬
vising against precipitate action which whichmight whichmight
might result in failure and are urging urgingi
a i postponement ofaction of action until the or oraniiiations organleations
aniiiations throughout the country countrymvo countryhave
have mvo been consulted consultedLiberals coneuitedLiberals
Liberals Wavering WaveringIt
It is believed that if the attempt at atreaction attesetlon
reaction IK persisted in the moderate moderateLiberate moderateLiberals
Liberate who arc disgusted with the thectlcKnf tImetactics
tactics ctlcKnf of th the < revolutionists fearing fearingniavchy fearlnaiiareh
niavchy and inclined to support supporthe supportthe
the he government overunment will surely be driven drivenjack drivenbeck
jack Into the canm of the extremists extremistsPremier extremistsIrernler
Premier VVittes friends declare em emDhatically emphatieaily
Dhatically that he has never been in inavor infaaor
faaor avor of armed repression and they in inImate Intlmnate
Imate strop stmrly ly Unit the arrests arrestsof of the thestrike thestrike
strike leaders must be charged to In Inerior Intailor
tailor Minister Durnovo who insisted insistedht insistedthat
ht he had proof which could be ea eaablisheu entabtiahacti
ablisheu in the court that M Krusta Krustaeu
let eu was planning an armed revolution revolutionmil revolutionand
mil that beside attempting to subvert subvertbe subvertthe
the be government he had attacked its itstredit itscredit
credit iu circulars advising the work worknen workinca
inca and peasants to withdraw their theirunds theirfunds
funds from the savings banks Not NotTithstanding Notvrithstandlzmg
Tithstanding this doubt la expressed expressedis
as is to whether M Durnovo can estab estabtoh establisli
toh his case case as time specific law mak makg mnakla
la g agitation for political strikes which whichnterfere whichinterfere
interfere with the railroad teieferanlis teieferanlisH te1eraplieposts
posts H > st etc a criminal offense has not notet imotyet
yet et been promulgated H I Is expected expectedlowever expectedhowever
however lowever that the law will be promul promulfat promnulgated
gated fat < l before the und of the week weekhon weekwhen
when hon it Is said said1 the government Overnmeflt can canirobably canprobably
probably ftlay the influent of the agi agiators agitators
ators It Is s understood that General Generaledulln OenemalDedulin
edulln > prefect of St Fetersbuxstr has hassfused hasrefused
refused to carry iarry out M purno urnps p8 or orors ordora
dora ors that he has listened r slgned stnathat he hohao i ias
hao as been succeeded by Baron Dff DeMey DeMeyondorif Mey Meyndorff
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BRUTAL THUGS THUGSSLUG THUGSSLUG
SLUG THREE ME MESandbaggers MEN MENSandbaggers
Sandbaggers Assault and Hob Victim Victiiin Victimin
in theBusiness Section SectionGET SectionGET
GET MONEY AND ANDONE JEWELIY JEWELIYONE
ONE RENDERED ENTIRELY ENTIRELVUN ENTIRELVUNCoNsCious UN UNCONSCIOUS
CONSCIOUS OTHER HELPLESS HELPLESSSANDBAGGBRS HELPLESSS
ANDBAGGERS slugged three vfctlrruwithin vfctlrru vlcttmswitimin
SANDBAGGBRS S within two hours lest nightand nIimt nd one onewas onewas
was robbed of his watch and andcash andcash
S SEirner
cash cashElmer
Elmer Riser JM 45 West Fourth South Souttstreet Southstreet
street was struck down about 930 oclock oclockby
by a man on Third South street juslbelow just justbelow
below West Temple street C C Honey Honeywell iloneywell
well 15 East Seventh South street a abarber abarber
barber at the Modern shop 21 Main Mainstreet Mainstreet
street was knocked uncpnaclous half an anhour anhour
hour later at Main and Fifth South Southstreets Southstreets
streets and robbed of his wateh and andchange andchange
change The third victim was attacked attackedat
at First West and Second South streets streetsTho streetsThe
The case was reported r by telephone to tothe tOthe
the police but neither the man who > re reported yePorted ¬
ported it nor time victim could be found foundRiser foundRiser
Riser Knocked Out OutWith OutWith
With one blow Riser was knocked un unconscious unconscious ¬
conscious by a man on Third South just justbelow justboiow
below West Temple street The thug thugstepped
stepped from behind a boiler at theTrent the
Trent Engineering Machinery corn cornponys cornpfmnys
ponys yard Ho lay there for several severalminutes severalminutes
minutes before he recovered Then he hestaggered Izestaggered
staggered across the street to the J 1 G GMcDonald GMcDonald
McDonald Candy companys factory 157 157West
West Third South street From there therethe themtime
the police were notified and Police Ofi Ofifleer Of Officer
fleer George Moore was detailed on the thecase thecase
case caseRiser caseRiser
Riser was dazed from the blow which whichbroke whichbroke
broke the bridge of his nose and in infiicted inflicted
fiicted two small cuts just above the theright timeright
right eye It Is believed he was struck struckwith struckwitim
with a pair of brass knuckles knucklesRiser knucklesRiser
Riser was unable to give any kind kindo kindof
o of a description of the man lie said saidhe ald aldimo
he was walking fast with his hand In Inhis Inhis
his pockets and his head down When Whenh
h came under the shadows of the trees treesthe treesthe
the mn stepped out and struck him be beforfe before
fore ho could get his hands out of his hispockets hisPockets
pockets Riser wa w taken to his homo homoand homeahid
and medical assistance summoned summonedHit summonedHit
Hit Honeywell From Behind BehindHoneywell BehindHoneywell
Honeywell was approached from bohinU bohinUand belminciand
and hit oit the right side of the bend bendHe beadlIe
He was semiconscious and realised that thathe thatbe
he was being robbed He was unabje to tocry tocry
cry out and lay there over half an hour hourbefore hourbefore
before he could stagger to his feet He Hewandered Hewandred
wandered about until U oclock when he hecame heearne
came to time City and County building buildingHo buidimmgIto
Ho partly came to his senses and man managed mammaged ¬
aged to get to the police station He Hecculd Heecuid
cculd slve ive no description of the man manin mnammhi
in fact Jio never saw him He lot his hiswatch hiswatch
watch and chain and aiim felt theman hand handgo handgo
go through his pockets His change was wasalso wasalso
also taken but an 1S check was left m mhi amhIs
hi hIs I puree pureeHeneywells
Heneywells head was badly bruised and andswollen andswollen
swollen He had evidently been struck struckwith struckWith
with a sandbar He was taken to h hhome Ins Inshome
home and medical assistance was ansi aummorW ansimemo
memo morWThe
The third report came over the tele telephone telephone ¬
phone in an excited voice Before DesK DesKSergeant
Sergeant Charles Livingstone could find flntlout findout
out any particulars the person on the theother theother
other end of time line hung up the reedy receiver reedyem ¬
er Sergeant J J Roberts and Police PollcoOfficer PoliceOfficer
Officer Dennis Sullivan hurried to First FirstWest FjrstVest
West and Second South streets where wherethe wherethe
the assault was reported to have taken takenplace takenplace
place but nobody could be found who whoknew whoknew
knew anything about it A search was wasmade wasmade
made in the vicinity but without result resultHER resultu resultHER
u
HER UNCLE HORATIO IS ISLOOKING ISLOOKING
LOOKING FOR A SHARE SHARESan
San Francisco Dec 11 11Them There ia to tobo tobo
bo another contest over the will of the tholate thelate
late heiress Bertha M Dplbeer who wholost wholost
lost her life by falling from a window windowin
in the WaldorfAstoria hotel in New NewYork NewYork
York and who left her fortune to o her herfriend herfriend
friend and companion Etta Marion MarlonWarren MarionVrmsn
Warren WarrenCounsel VrmsnCounsel
Counsel for HJbratio Schandor an uii uiila Uncle
cle la of the deceased filed a petition in inho Inthe
the ho superior court today seeking to st staside t tide
aside ide the theorder order of Judge Ckf Otdy4mpit Otdy4mpitting eyJa4inftr eyJa4inftrIns
Ins the wllj for probate probateThe DrobateThe
The petition asks for revocation o ohe os osthe
the he ground that the deceased was ot ottnsound ofimsound
tnsound mInd and that Etta Marlon MaylouWarren MarlonVarron
Warren importuned and ant Jnflu influnj influnjiI1rkc nnad htf htfo
will o iI1rkc make and execute the rpuri urjitmii oBia oBiawill
ARGUMENT IN THE BALLOT BOX CASE CASEHearst CASEHearst
Hearst Wants Recount and Claims Election ElectionJudge Judge Parker for forMayor forMayor
Mayor McClelan Presents the Law Govern Governing Governing ¬
ing Election Errors
It IBdNY 3XY jf Y Dec U flArgunment flArgunmentIi Argument Argumentas
Ii as to bagmimi gunin 1n the court courtj off ap apUt
j Ut tojflftyto tod I the h soofclled New NewI Nmrihees
ihees w a avery
I very large attendancebf lawyTft lawi and andspectators andspectators
spectators spectatorsThe
The contest represents the contention contentionof
of W R Hearst John Ford and Jv J G GBfletpsStokeg GBnelpeScokes
BfletpsStokeg Municipal Ownership Ownershipcandidates Ownershipcandidates
candidates that at the election of Nov
7 7 they were rightfully elected respect respectively respectIveiy ¬
ively to the oniceg of mayor comp comptrpller compI
I trpller and president of the board of ofaldermen
1 aldermen of Greater New York and andthat amidthat
that this will be shown by a recount recountJudge recountJudge
Judge Parkers Argument ArgumentJudge ArgumentJudge
Judge Parker representing the qlalnw qlalnwof
of Mayor McClellan and his imi Democrat Democratic ¬
ic colleajues declared there Is nothing nothingto
to be found In the election law which whchin whichin
in terms authorizes the court to direct directeither directI
I either a recount or a recanvass of the thevote timevote
vote A recount cannot be ordered even eventhough eventhough
though discrepancies exist between the thetally thetally
tally sheet and the ballot clerks re return return
turn He held that the law requires requiresi
I i that the count shall be finally made madeby madeby
by the inspectors on the night of dee election deetion ¬
tion and that if an actual mistake was wasmade wasmade
made It was the duty of the inspectors inspectorsthen inspectorsthen
then and there ljhere to make a recount If Ifthe Ifthe
the failure to recount as provided may maybe maybe
be enforced by mandamus after the thei timeballots
i ballots have been placed in the box bosand boxtoni
and it is locked and sealed he asked askedwhy askedwhy
why may not every act of omission be beenforced beenforced
enforced by maildamua maildamuai
i He argued that the statute does not notCALEB notCALEB
CALEB POWERS CAS CASHatter CASE CASEI
I Hatter Up in the United States Su Supreme Snpreme ¬
preme Court but ITo Time TimeSet TimeSet
Set for Argument ArgumentWashington ArgumentWashington
Washington Dec 11 11The The question questionof
of o jurisdiction in the case of Caleb CalebPowers CalebPowers
Powers charged with complicity in the themurder themnurder
murder of Governor Goebel of Ken Kontuoky Kentuoky
tuoky in ISO 1DOQ was today presented to tothe totime
the supreme court of the United Thmt d States Statesin I IIn
in the form of a motion for leave to toHlo toDin
Din a petition for a writ of mandamus mandamuscommanding mandamucommnandlilg
commanding United States Judge JudgeCochran JudgeCoclmrami
Cochran of the eastern district of Ken Kentucky Kentuckyto ¬
tucky tuckyto to remand the case to the state statecourts statecourts
courts and restore Powers to the cue custody cuetody ¬
tody of the sheriff of Scott county countywhere countywhere
where Powers fourth trial was about aboutto
to o begin when Judge Coehrans court courttook courttook
took jurisdiction in the case caseThe caseTime
The moton was presented on behalf bohulfof
of the state by Lawrence Maxwell Jr Jrformerly jrformerly
formerly United States solicitor gen general generi ¬
eral Attorney General Hays of Ken Kentucky K n ntucky ¬
tucky was present In the court room roomas roomas
as were exGovernor Richard Yates of ofIllinois ofIllinois
Illinois and Attorneys J C Sims B L LWovthington LWomtimlngton
Wovthington and H Clay Howard HowardGovernor HowardGovernor
Governor Yates presented a petition for forthe fortime
the dismissal of the appeal In the same samecage samece
cage Both parties asked the court to tohoar tohoar
hoar the motions on Jan 15 i but the thecourt thecourt
court refused to fix a day dayTWO
TWO TWOSTATESWANHJM TWOSTATESWANHJMPat STATES WANT HIM HIMPat
Pat Crowe Assured of a Number of ofTrials oftm oftmTrials
Trials TrialsEos TrialsItes
Eos Moines la Dec 11 11Covernor 11CovernorCumnmimms Governor GovernorCummins
Cummins today issued a requisition for forthe forthe
the return of Pat Crowe to Iowa for forholding forholding
holding up a street car in Council CouncilBluffs Coumleilliluffs
Bluffs the night of July 2 4 1105 A wo woman ¬
man betrayed Crowo LilHan C Bol Bolton Bolton
ton of Council Bluffs In the hearing imearingfr hearingfor
for a requlsiton alleged that sh she over overheard overheard ¬
heard Crowe telling others about the therobbery therobbery
robbery robberyOmajui robberyQmfthn
Omajui Dae n iTho Tho requisition is issued issued ¬
sued by Governor Cumunna for Pat PatQiowtj Patciiows
Qiowtj promises tobecome to becoms the basis of ofaharct ofa
aharct a hard legal fight to prevent Crowes CrowesextnuSltlQn Croweset3tdlUon
extnuSltlQn County Attorney Star Starrb Starlg1i
b lg1i ugh declared today that he would wouldfight wouldtlhht
fight the extradition of t Croweuntil ho hohsg lieii
hsg ii been tried on time charge of high highvwty higha
vwty a robbery in connection with tho thoCudahyi thtiCudaiml
Cudahyi kidnaping
authorise mandamus as to other omis omisslpjus omissuns
suns and et ctd d another case to totkttt ahpw ahpwthfct
thfct tlie court ovutot take jmiet1ouWQMsd JuilwlicUon JuilwlicUonwhether
WQMsd tiilt the statute If a aeery
eery clese election In tare state statewhether
whether it involves the election of a amayor amayor
mayor of a great city governor of 0 time tliestate timestate
state or presidential elector will be besubject besubject
subject to a judicial canvass continuing continuingweeks cntimmuingwoek
weeks months or perhaps even years yearsCorporation yearsCorporation
Corporation Counsel Delaney of coun counsel couusd ¬
sel sd for Mayor MtClellan contended contendedthat contendedtimat
that Mr Hearst and his colleagues had hadample hadainpi
ample remedy in quo warrant o pro propeedings proeeedingu
peedings peedingsContention eeedinguContention
Contention of Hearst Side SideBxGovernor SideixGovemnor
BxGovernor Black for the Hearst Hearstside Hearstside
side took the ground that as the duty dutyof dutyof
of the inspectors to recount was state statutory statetory ¬
tory a writ of mandamus was the pro proper proier ¬
per remedy to compel compliance The Theaim Timeaim
aim of the election law he said is to toplace toplace
place election officers under the direct directcontrol directcontrol
control of the courts and to compel compeltljem compeltileni
tljem to correct mistakes It must be bepresumed bepreumped
presumed that the leglsature in fram framing fmamnleg ¬
leg the election law Intended that the theelections thee1ctiofls
elections shoud be pure and regular regularand regulararid
and that the courts should be charged chargedwith chargedwjth
with the duty of keeping them so at atwhatever atwhatever
whatever cost to less important in intdrests inWrests
Wrests of individual suitors suitorsIt euiorsIt
It ia believed that a decision will be berondered berOndered
rondered this week because of the im importance importamice ¬
portance of a prompt settlement of the thecontroversy thecontroversy
controversy so that the rightfully elect elected elected ¬
ed mayor may be inaugurated Jan J JAll 1jiseven
All jiseven seven judges sat in the case caseHCOSIER caseHOOSIER
HOOSIER CONGRESSMAN CONGRESSMANHAS
HAS A BRILLIANT IDEA IDEAWashington IDEAj IDEAjWashington
Washington Dec 11 11A A novel method methodof
of seeking federal control over Insur Insurance insurance ¬
ance is proposed in a bill introduced introducedtoday IntroducedtQday
today by Representative Landis ol In Indiana indiana ¬
diana The bill cites that congress has haseicluslve hamsetelusive
eicluslve jurisdiction over the District Districtof
of Columbia the territories and the in insular insular ¬
sular possessions of the United States Statesin
in it consequence authority is given the thedepartment thelCpftrtflieflt
department of commerce and labor to torequire torequlre
require full statements from all Insur Insurance insurance ¬
ance companies doing business within withinsuch witiminsuch
such jurisdiction He states that pub publicity pubilcity ¬
licity is the one thing required and that thatno thatno
no Insurance company can afford to toquit toquit
quit business In any of the territories territoriesnamed territoriesnamed
named to avoid government super supervision supervisiomi ¬
vision therefore all companies will be beincluded beincluded
included includedTHE includedtHE
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THE DEATH RECORD RECORDEdward RECORDEdward
Edward Atkinson AtkinsonBoston ItkinsonBoston
Boston Dec 11 11Edward Edward Atkinson Atkinsonthe AtkinsonLimo
the well known social and political politicaleconomist politicaleconomist
economist of this city died suddenly suddenlytoday suddenlytoday
today after an atttuek att of acme indiges indigestion hidigostiom ¬
tion affecting the Ijeart heart He was 7J 7Jyeara 7s 7syears >
years of age ajreCaptain ageCaptain
Captain Samuel S Brown BrownPittsburgh Browni1Captatn
Pittsburgh Dec 1L i1Captatn Captain Samuel SamuelS
S Brown the multimillionaire coal coaloperator coaloperator
operator and well known horseman horsemandiefl horsemandied
died today at his homo on Squirrel hill hillin hill1mm
in this cl elw y aged 63 years Captain CaptainBrown Captaini3rowis
Brown death has been expected for forsevoral foresyoral
sevoral weeks and was due to stomach stomachtroublefrom stomachtroulsie
troublefrom troulsie fronj whJoh he had suffered for forJL fomayoar
JL ayoar VMt r
Paul Mcurice McuriceParis MeuricePirls
Paris Dec U 134ui Paul Maurice tho thoauthor thoautimor
author and dramatIst and literary ex exXjutor oxocutor
Xjutor pf Victor Hugo died here today todayDaniel todayDaniel
Daniel Fowler Adams AdamsVktorIa j jVictoria
Victoria Dec H LDane1 Daniel Fowler FowlerAdams 1owierAdams
Adams who was wit a California pioneer pioneerand plodeeranU
and member of the vigilante commit commitrtee committeo
tee of tiH9 i4 died here todegr todegrLIGHTSHIP totlayLIG
LIGHTSHIP LIG H TSH IP WENT NT DOWN DOWNNw DOW N
4 Nw Bedford ilass Jnss Dee Do l lThe +
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+ tucket South SWial lightship lightshIpiihtsbip The Thelightship
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SLAUGHTER OF OFTHE OFTHE
THE INNOCENT INNOCENTHebrew
Hebrew Babes Thrown Prom Third ThirdStory ThirdStory
Story Windows at Odessa OdessaBLACK OdessaBLACK
BLACK > PAGE IN HISTORY HISTORYARRIVAL IIISTORARRIVAL
ARRIVAL OF REFUGEES REFUGEESFROM REFUGEESFROMS FROI FROIRUSSIA
S RUSSIA RUSSIAiBW RUSSIApt
pt iBW YORK Dec ll 11RussIan Ru ian refu refuj retuL
L j gees many of them eyp ev witnesses witneweof witnessesof
of the maacacres in Odessa an another and andother <
S
other Russian cities disembarked hen hentoday heretoday
today from the steamers Patricia atv atvChemnitz and andChernnltx
Chemnitz Some of them told graph graphand gmaim6c gmaim6cand
and pitiful stories of their experiences experiencesJews experiencesJons
Jews who had themselves lain hidden hiddeniu
iu Odessa houses while mobs searched soarchecfor searchedfor
for them Russian workmen of th thChristian the theChristian
Christian fnith strikers from the rail railroads railroads
roads a newspaper reporter and Ger Germans GermaIms ¬
mans who had long lived in Russia Russiajoined Russiajoined
joined today at Ellis Island immiga immigation imnnmtgatimj
tion station in declaring that they hat hatbeen hadb
been b en attacked irrespective of religion religionthat religionthat
that their assailants were led by polk polkdisguised police policedisguised
disguised In cjtteens clothing and that thatthe thatthe
the massacres were not race persecu persecution perseclition ¬
tion but revolution revolutionHeartBreaking revolutiommHeartBreaking
HeartBreaking Scenes ScenesWhile ScenesViiile
While telling their stories the men mensometimes mensornetimnqs
sometimes burst into tears for per perhaps perimaps ¬
haps half of the entire number had hadleft hadleft
left behind them wives and children childrenwho childrenwho
who were either dead or defenseless in inRussian 1mmIiusaian
Russian cities citiesThere citiesThere
There were Jews from from Odessa all allof allof
of whom six weeks ago today on Mon Monday Monday ¬
day Oct 30 the day that the czar pro proclaimed proclaimed ¬
claimed Russias constitution were werforced wereforced
forced into hiding to save their lives livesAll livesAll
All three are men over 70 intelligent intelligentand
and of fluff ftn physique One of them themAbraham themthrahamn
Abraham Chanoch an Odessa tinsmith tinsmithwho tinemnithwho
who hesitated about describing the theOdessa theOdessa
Odessa massacres was offered money moneyfor immoneyfor
for his story when he threw back his hishead hishead
head and exclaimed exclaimedI
I wont take money Thank God I Istill Istill
still have IS S and that is enough enoughMassacre enoughMassacre
Massacre of Jews at Odessa OdessaThen OdessaThen
Then Without itimout further urging he told toldwhat toldwlmat
what he saw of the Odessa massacre massacrefrom massacrefrom
from Jts beginning when two rival rivalparades rivalpammtdes
parades which were celebrating the thenew themmew
new constitution met and began to tolight tolIght
light He told how little children were werethrown werethrown
thrown out of high windows how Rue Russian Ruesian ¬
sian Christians patrolled the streets in inlarge inlarge
large bands protecting Jews while whileother whileotlmem
other bands of men pillaged and mur murdered mnurdered ¬
dered Workmen and students he said saidled saidled
led the peace party while disguised disguisedpolice liUhiOdpolIce
police usually led the hoodlums After Aftertho Aftertli
tli tho first two days he and two compan companion companion ¬
ion escaped from the city ctyTwo cityIwo
Two refugees frog wefternRaiunH wefternRaiunHatfid W5IflITth W5IflITthstd
std Oit fihere the Jew killing was wasstarted wasstirted
started by emptying the jails of pile prtst pilemwhoaeeI
mwhoaeeI t sind stoic stoicJevs
Jews JTUe uieir ine ffo ffl i thc prcrtmee of ofICovino of1Civhie
ICovino 1Civhieselves asietttd tfttt tjifpottia a em emselves
selves read in the emperor em peis proclAjna proclAjnatlon ptimation
tlon of a constitution an order to kill killall kiltall
all Jews and cried this through the thestreets thestreets
streets
Pretexts for Riots RiotsAll RiotsAll
All the stories agreed that the em emperors emietOlS ¬
perors manifesto of a constitution and andthe andtime
the festivities on the day that Count CountWitte CountWitte
Witte stepped into power were made madethe muadethe
the pretests for riots The reception of ofthis oftimis
this news in Odessa Odessapas was described as asfollows asfollows
follows by Solomon Mirooznik a Jew Jewcandy Jewcandy
candy maker of Odessa who is Isyears 34 34years
years old oldOn oldOn
On the day of the czars manifesto manifestohe
he said there were marchings and re rejoicings rejotcings ¬
joicings Great procrrsiong proc niomis which whichwaved whichwaved
waved red flags through the streets streetsA
A great party of loyalists gathered and andwere andveme
were addressed by a clergyman who whosaid whosaid
said It Is true that the czar has de decreed decreed ¬
creed liberty freedom freedomnof of the press of ofspeech ofspeech
speech and of oonscienfee And he ex exhorted cxliorted ¬
horted faithfulness to ttlme the czar after afterwhich afterwhich
which his followers marched carrying carryingaloft carryingaloft
aloft pictures of time mar When this thisprocession thl thllmOCtiSIOil
procession met rn t the th other peraders it itwas itwas
was atoned and thus the fighting be began begamm ¬
gan During the next two days the thestreets thestreets
streets of Odessa were a battlefield battlefieldJews battlefieldJews
Jews Were in Hiding HidingChanoch HidingCimamioch
Chanoch the tinsmith took up the thestory thestory
story at this point saying sayingDuring sayingDuring
During the first day after the maul manifesto maultaste ¬
taste it seemed to me to be very quietfor quiet quietfor
for nearly all the JeWs remained in indoors indoors ¬
doors Hiding Some times I heard peo people pe pepie ¬
pie marching through the streets Six Sixweeks Sixweeks
weeks ago today I lay with several severalothers severalothers
others for four hours Jn the garret of ofa ofa
a house to escape from a mob in i thu thurooms th throonis
rooms below It was a threestory threestorybuilding thyeestorybuilding
building anil amtm those who lived there thereescaped thereescaped
escaped by crawling along rafters into intodark Intodark
dark holes a few inches underneath underneaththe
the roof roofWhile rooftWliile
While we were hiding in this thisimouse thisimousemen house housemen
men came in after dark to escape from fromthe fromtime
the streets and to tell up u what hap happened happened ¬
pened in the other houses where the theJews theTews
Jews were caught A man told me methat methat
that one of these houses had been en entered ontered ¬
tered where perhaps 20 Jews were in inhiding inhiding
hiding The members of the mob car carpied earned
pied butcher knives stone slabs iab some gomeDf someof
Df which were red with blood and andwhich j < d dnrhich
which were used for crushing and ston stoning st ° n ning ¬
ing people Iron bars revolvers and andslubs ansiclubs
clubs
Slaughter of the Innocent InnocentThose InnocentsThose
Those in lntiie the house ran in every di direction direction ¬
rection many of them escaping but butthe butthe
the children huidren ran with a f fs r older per perlons perSons
Sons to the third floor There they were werepaught weretaught
taught and the babies up to 5 or orjrenrs 6 6years
years old were throwp living out of ofhe oftime
time he third floor xvindotvs into the theitreets thestreets
streets itreets The older children and the thejrownups thegrownUPS
grownUPS wore killed before being beingthrown beingthrown
thrown out The man who told me methis metItle
this story also said that a baud of ofseveral ofseveral
several hundred students and a few fowoliearrived fewoollcarrlved
oliearrived > in time to arrest tpme of ofhese oftimese
hese murderers and that after they theyiad theyhad
had been placed in jail some of the thenisoners thelmisonei5
nisoners were recognised by their theirteepers theIrkeepers
keepers as members of the police policeforce polleeforce
forceChammoch force forceChanooh
Chanooh said that fates of the dead deadm deadon
m the streets were too mxtllated for foreeognition foriecognition
eeognition Each day the peasants peasantslock peasantsflock
lock to the towns predicting the re rerotation revolution
rotation is coining and if it does not notirrive mmotarrive
arrive today it will w ill tomorrow tofndrrowa tofndrrowHAMILTON N N1AMILTON <
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HAMILTON HAS NOT NOTDECIDED NOTDECIDED
DECIDED TO RETURN RETURNr
r
Paris Dec 11 1iJohmi John C C McCall M Call semi semiof OM OMf
of f John A McCall president ot tho thocw thiYork
> cw York Life Insurance company companyas companyhas
has as arrivQdhore and has held a lengthy lengthyonferenco lengthyconf4reneG
onferenco vtth Andrew Hamilton the theormer th thforrndr
forrndr ormer Iflgjshitlvo lQgIuLtvougent agent Th The result is istillmdocislto isstlli
stlli tillmdocislto tadocisite as the meetings con coninue coilUruue
inue Oh thg th nialh rnujnfoirt point of Mr Ham Hamlltcmtu
lltcmtu 1 iors retaaito NejftrYork uvlomk It is known knownhat knownthat
hat JiodeeL jmdijsIqz Qn lias ilaaipep beep reached Both Bothartlos 110thpartlns
partlns > artlos oeiolififi din to disou disduifl the ntturo of ofthe
the conZerens1 I Ii
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WARM CONTEST CONTESTFOR CONTESTFOR
FOR POSTOFFIC POSTOFFICJ
J IT Eldredge Jr and Arthur L LThomas LThomasthe
Thomas Thomasthe the Chief Aspirants AspirantsIT
IT IS UP TO SUTHERLAND SUTHERLANDSMOOT
a Si SiSMOOT
SMOOT FACTION IS SAID TO FA FAVOR FAVOR ¬
VOR EUDREDGE FOR PLACE PLACERUMORS PLACESthat
that Senator George Smith Sutherland SmitherIand ¬
RUMORS erland had indorsed County Clerk ClerkJ
J U Bldredga jr for postmaster postmasterof
of Salt Lake Lakor Lakoto r to succeed Arthur L LThomas LThomas
Thomas whose term expires in Janu January January ¬
ary were in circulation in political cir circles ciides ¬
des yesterday It is conceded that thatSenator 1batSenator
Senator Sutherland by virtue of a long longestablished longestablished
established custom will be permitted permittedto
to name the postmaster in his home hotntcity homecity
city but Mr Eldredge declared that thathe thathe
he had not been advised that the sena senator senutor ¬
tor had indorsed him himThe himThe
The Washington correspondent of ofThe ofThe
The Herald questioned Senator Suther Sutherland Sutherland ¬
land last night aa to his Intentions but butthe
the senator declined to make any state statement statemont ¬
mont
Thomas Making Hard Fight FightPostmaster FightPestnmster
Postmaster Thomas who it serving servinghis servituithis
his second term is making a hard light flglufor lightfor
for reappointmenL He has the back backing backinK ¬
inK of the SalisburyLtannan faction of ofthe oftIme
the Republican party His moat active activesupporter act1vsupporter
supporter is P H Lannan who while whilein
in the east recently laid the wires for forSir forMr
Sir Thomas reappointment ao far faras faras
as he was able Mr Thomas has a alarge alarge
large acquaintance among men of ofnational ofnational
national reputation and nd leadership in inthe litthe
the party and is doing all he can to toline toline
line them up upOn upOn
On the other hand the SmootAnder SmootAndersonCallisterSpry SmootAndersonCallisterSpry
sonCallisterSpry faction to which whichSenator whichSenator
Senator Sutherland owes his election electionte
te favorable to the appointment of MJ MJEldredge MiKidredge
Eldredge The latter is chairman of ofthe ofthe
the Republican county committee and andmany antimany
many young and active workers in th thRepublican tbRepublican
Republican fold are insisting that lu lube ii iibe
be appointed appointedLines appointedLines
Lines of the Contest ContestOn Contestt
t On the one hand Mr Bldredga ascot setmto ascotto
to have the backing of the dominan dominanfaction domimmaIfaction
faction of the Republican party amiu amiuthe n < i ithe
the younger element of the party as aswell aswell
well On the other hand Mr Thom Thomas Thomashas i ihas <
has the support of a a large number of ofmen ofamen
men who have delved deep into their theirpockets theirpockets
pockets in days gone by and supplied suppliedthe
the ducats to win Republican vic victories mictories ¬
tories toriesPostmaster toriesPostmaster
Postmaster Thomas was appointed appointedfirst appointedfirst
first by President McKinley He was wasreappointed wasreappointed
reappointed at the instance of Senator SenatorThoiMMi SenatorThomas
Thomas Rearm in a vain effort to pla placate plarate ¬
rate the LannanSaU0ba > y faction faetionPred factionFred
Fred L Price state statist sttstIcIsi IcUfi it itcandidate Iii a acandidate
candidate for the pfcicf bat his hissit juance juanceof
of apiwfntJii pDaptpt t are net Ma4id Ma4idIt as asgood
good goodIt
It is probable that the ra mnar mnarbe i r wili wiliMURDERED
be ettted T TMURDERED
MURDERED IN MEXI00 MEXI00Body MEXIOBody
Body of Luther H Jewell Found in inan inan
an Old Shaft ShaftXogales ShaftNogales
Nogales Ariz Dec 11 11On On Saturday Saturdaylast Saturdaylast
last while H G Glore a California Californiametallurgist
metallurgist was makingan making an examina examination examlnuthin ¬
thin of aplacer placer mine near the Guada GuadaJoupe Guadaloupe
loupe mountains six miles from Llano LlanoSonora LianoSonora
Sonora Mexico he discovered the de decomposed siccomposed ¬
composed body of a man in an ol oltE oltEshaft l lshaft
shaft By the gold teeth it was peel positively peeltlveiy ¬
tively identified as that of Luther H HJewell IiJeweli
Jewell a mining man and brother o oColonel oColonel
Colonel Fred Jewell a San Diego Diegobanker Diegobanker
banker who was last seen at Magda Magdalena Magdahens
lena Sonora on May 2 It was sup supposed supposed ¬
posed he was murdered for his money moneyand moneyamid
and a gold nugget worth M9 Colon ColonelJeweli l lJewell
Jewell had offered a reward of 300 for forthe tomthe
the missing brother brotherSan brotherSan
San Diego Cal Dec 11 11Colonel 11ColonelFred Colonel ColonelFred
Fred Jewell whose brothers remains remainsare remainsare
are said to nave been found and Idea identified Ideatitled ¬
titled near Llano ilex baa instructed instructedM
M E 1 Hopsjood and a former employ employof
of Luther Jewell to go to Llano for the thepurpose timepurpose
purpose of making an identification identificationIf
If the identity is established the body bodywill bedywill
will be buried in Mexico Colonel Jew Jewell Jeweli ¬
ell says if doubt exists he himself will willgo iIl iIlgo
go to Llano although his life ha hmasbeen hmasbeenthreatened been beenthreatened
threatened if he should return to toMexico toMexico
Mexico MexicoQUESTION MexicoQUESTION
QUESTION OF VERACITY VERACITYBeef
I
Beef Packers Will Have a Preflmin Preflminary Prefiminary
ary Hearing HearingChicago HearingChicago
Chicago Dec 11 11The The cases against againstthe salnatthe
the beef packers were not called today todayin
in the United States court but will b bhoard bhoard
hoard tomorrow The proceedings wiii wiiinot wi1not
not be in the nature of a formal trial trialbut trialbut
but will be to establish certain fact factwhich factswhich >
which the packers have set up and tc tcwhich tcwhich
which the government has demurred demurredThe demurredThe
The packers have claimed that they theywere theywere
were promised immunity by Commis Commissioner Commisaloud ¬
aloud Corporations of Garneld and andthis aridthis
this the United States district attorney attorneydenies attornedenies
denies The accuracy of the assort assertion assertionof ion ionof
of the packers will be tested jn the pre preliminary pmsiimlnary ¬
liminary hearing and the formal legal legnproceedings legalproceedIngs
proceedings against the men indicted indictedwill Indileteilwill
will be tak taken n up U at a later date It Itexpected i iexpected
expected however that the hearing hearingtomorrow hearingtomorrow
tomorrow will bring out some impov impovtant hnpovtent
tent matters connected with the pros prosecution prosecution ¬
ecution of the packers packersKANSAS packersKANSAS
KANSAS FIREBUG AND ANDTHIEF ANDTHIEF
THIEF AGAIN ARRESTEC ARRESTECKansas
Kansas City Mo Dec II 11M it 31 31Letts MLettsformeriy
Lettsformeriy Letts formerly ticket agent of tlia tliaAtchlson tleUchison
Atchlson Topeka Santa Pe railway railwavwho railwaywho
who while working for the company a aPrinceton aPrinceton
Princeton Kan in 1903 stole 7eO 7OOOworth < K Kworth
worth of railroad tickets and the theburned theburned
burned the depot to hide his crime ha habeen hat hatbeen
been arrested in Panama according tc tcA tca
A cablegram received here today Lett1 Lett1when Lcttwhen
when arrested was working under ar araiwumed a aassumed
assumed name as a clerk in the pur purchasing purchasing ¬
chasing department of the Pananui Pananuicaual PananiCa
Ca caual ugi oommisaion oommisaionLetts conunieslonLotte
Letts has mad made a three sensational es escapes escapes ¬
capes from the oifldals since his fir fircapture fircapture
capture in IfOS getting away the last lasttime lastthus
time after his conviction at Ottawa OttawaKan OttawaKamm
Kan on the coarse of arson and rob robbery robbry ¬
bery bryS
S
POSTMASTER AT NAMPA NAMPASpecial NAMPASpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldWashington HeraldWashington
Washington Dec 11 11it It is annottncvi annottncviiy
department that A l lcttleton 1Nettleton
by iy the postAftice
cttleton wl be reapnolhtert poPtmas poPtmaser
ter er at Xiunpa Na nria Ida In the assigiime assigiimeif
01 if committee places today Kt Rtret > ret > nta ntaiVf utativ
tiv iVf Howell rtifived the ti men i iheld iilWc iilWcn
held n > l l by him in im the lat < ntr = s 1511 1511irlfti I lir lirtrial
trial aits 3mt ilaims la ind miies iii u y ufl tJJj Jin iiiiInq
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