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4 i I I I THE 1 SAL ALT A T T T L LA LAKE IT A A H HERALD E R A L D Part LAST LASTEstablished artly clbuSy cl UaYW warmer rn f f81lv local jifif jififSilver
1 I z Silver 81lv r H8 ie per p r ounce ounceLeadIn < A
y Established EstablishedhThe June Jt ne 6 1870 SALTLAKE SAT1T TIATfl CITY WPV Copper caSt1n oazt1ng p 181Ac per po Doun tt
RY 1
i < C 0 1 1906 1O 12 1 PAGES Pnc Price vr Five iSvtiiirntc Cents LeadIn Load1nore3O ore 350 New ew r Yr47
ShOIt9 Shosroiie C Count l1fjf inh in the Coeurd Atenes dAlenesOffers Atenestiff
tiff Offers 2 s Rew Reward of i 10000 10000for Q Q
j for Assassins r SSaSSlnS SSaSSlnSE
t E j juspecfUTIder 1w 1wSuspectihiderArrest = f
SuspectihiderArrest uspecfUTIder Arrestat at CaldweJtFuneral oftli8 of the Form Former FormerGiFii r rG
G GiFii V rn r rWiI1 WilfBe Be Held at Caldvell Tuesday at 11 11oClock 1 1 1oCIoOkTribuie
oClock oCIoOkTribuie Tribute of Heyburn
Boise Ida IdDe Dee31TrAman Deri 3L4man L7A an has been beenarrested beenArrested beenarrested
arrested at atCa1d tCaIdwellwhorlt Caldweli M whom the officers officersGovernor officersthink officersthink
think m ma be lh fi tp o of former tormerGovernor formerGovernor
Governor Frank 3Steunenberg Steunenberg His Hisname HIsname Hisflame
name has ha n < not tbeer been reported r p rted Five men menIn menIn menIn
In all have been b tm detained on trivial trivialharges trivialtharges
rharges In Inoider order rde that their whereaboutsmaybe whereabouts whereaboutsmay whereaboutsmay
may maybe belookedup be l ok oked r up When daylight daylightdawned daylI8htdawned daylightdawned
dawned on the scene of the tragedy
it was found that the dynamite had hadbeen hadbeenexplQded hadbeen
been beenexplQded exploded by pulling > a wire Pieces Piecesof Piecesof
of wire and a dwaxed waxed fishllne were found foundIn foundin
In the thetre trees trees on uthe the lawn lawnTwo lawnI
I Two TvoSombs Bombs Used UsedFurther Usedj Usedii
ii Further Furth It it Is believed be bel1evedthat dth that t two t bombs bombswere bo bombsJ bs bsr
r J were used loma to make e certain cer n of carry
Ing out the purpose of the assassins assassinsThey as assass1nsAl asslns asslnsThey
j Al They seem to have been together both bothbeing bothbeing bothA
A being pulled at once It was w s quite quitedefinitely quitedefinitely quiter
r definitely determined during the night nightthat nightthat
1 that the mine was w s fired by a wire 1re The Theexplosive Theexplosive Theexplosive
explosive was placed against the post postthe postagainst postagainst
against wl4 tllj v gateclpse gate c1se l and on onthe on onthe
the Inside ofr ttiqgfighce th ce Taut post was wasto wasto wasto
to the victims victIni 4 l < altas t tas s he entered but butthe butth butthe
the th force of the th explosion caught c ght him himon himon himon
on the right showing s ping he turned par partially partlally partially ¬
tially in closing closinbhegate closinbhegateAssa8 < t iihe > he gate gateAssassin gateAssassln
Assassin Assa8 in Knew His HabitsHad Habits HabitsHad HabitsHad
Had the mine been beenset set to go off ftfrom ftfrommovement from frommovement frommovement
movement of the gate the explosion explosionwould explo xilbsi ion ionwould n nwould
would nave occurred occ o titred ired as heweritTn 1 e wenlTri and andIt ah ahIt andit
It Is therefore t eretore certain the mine was wasfired wasfired I
fired by a wire ire and that the assassin assassinknowinghis assassinl asass1nknowing
knowinghis knowing his habit h bit of making the stop
to close the gate waited until he had hadvurned hadurned badurned I
urned vurnedShoshone urnedShoshone urnedShostione
Shoshone County Offers 10000 S1OOOOShoshqne 10000Shoshqj 10000Shoshone
Shoshqne Shoshone county has offered are areward a areward re reward ¬
ward of 10000 forJthe f rthe apprehension apprehe 1slo of ofthe ofthe f fthe
the murderers and has sent its sheriffto sheriff sherifto sherjffto
to assist inthe in the search Jt was was in n that thatcounty t1 thatcounty a acounty
county Jn n the northern ortJe J1 end of the
soriallyI so ally Iwant I want topay to pay my my tribute to tohim tohim tohim
him as a man of force arid high char character charaeter charater ¬
acter and to extent tbhjs t to his bereaved bereavedfamily heretiv bereavedfamily d dfa
family fa ny my sincere sympathy In their theirgreat theirgreat theirgreat
great loss
Sweating Suspects SuspectsThe SuspectsThe
The officers at Caldwell have three threemeji threen
meji in n whomthey whom they are sweating vigorous vigorously ¬
ly believing one or more moreo of them has hassome hassom hassome
some som knowledge of the crime One is isnamed isnamed Isnamed
named Hogan and Is said to have havebeen havebeena been beena
a miner He has been around here for forthree forthree forthree
three weeks and has told to < i flimsy stories storiesabout storiesabout storiesabout
about his business Another is isstronger a astronger astronger
stronger who appeared at atoneof one of the thehotels thehotels thehotels
hotels half an hour after the explosion explosiontook explosiontook explosiontook
took abed a bed and refused to register
When pressed to give his hisname name he said saidthey saidthey saidthey
they might call him Smith The third
Is a Russian who has been at Caldwell Caldweliat
at a times for three years He calls him himself himself himself ¬
self Smith This man has been a free freeddnker
drinker but yesterday yesterd y no one could couldinduce couldi
induce i u e him to t take a e a drink drinkNitroGIycerine dEInk dEInkNi drinkNitroGlycerine
NitroGlycerine Ni oGlycerlne Used UsedIt UsedIt UsedIt
It seems settled that the explosive explosiveused expl explosiveused sive siveused
used was not giant powder Those
having knowledge of such substapce substapceand
and who have examined the scene state statethat stateth statethat
that th t the explosive was undoubtedly
nitroglycerine It was in a metallic metalliccase metalliccas metalliccae
case cas the metal being a combination combinationof comblnjtUonof
of tin and zinc zh c A portion of ofj the themechanism
mechanism has been found Including inc udi
the trigger used in firing the charge
The nipple used was such as 1s is found foundon foundon foundon
on an oldfashioned oldf hioned muzzleloader muzzleloadershotgun muzzle lpad r rshotgun rshotgun
shotgun Pieces of metal were were found foundsticking foundstlcdng foundsticking
sticking In all the trees treesGoodings treesGoodings treesGoodings
Goodings Opinion OpinionGovernor QpJolor1Governor QpjnioiGovernor
Governor Gooding after fter having spent
the day at t the scene states that there thereis thereIs
is only one conclusion conclusionthat n lusion that Governor GovernorSteunenberg GovernorSteunenberg GovernorStcunenberg
Steunenberg was w s killed for the stand
l Killed by an Infernal Machine MachineJ
state that the tJJe Cpeu dAJene d ne riots rio oc occurred o ocurred ocurred ¬
curred In 1890 Steunenberg then gov governor governor ¬
ernor ern or overthrew the secret organiza organization organization organization ¬
tion bywhich by which the unions were con controlled controHed conV ¬
V trolled and that mining dlstiBct has hasenjoyed hasenjoyed hasenjoyed
enjoyed peace said nd prosperity ever eversince eversince evercince
> F
Idaho SuffersGreat Suffers SuffersGreatLOss Great Loss by bythe the Mur Murder M Murcfer ur urerof ¬
der erof of tr Frank n SteurTenberg SteurTenbergCSpecfiiil Steunenbergf te r berg bergSpecltJto
CSpecfiiil SpecltJto f mi to The Herald HeraldWashington EI HeraldWashington rald raldWashlnqion
Washington Dec 31 31Sen 31Senator Senator tor Hey Heyburn H Heyburn y yburn
burn when asked this evening avenIn concern cncernIng c concernIng ncern ncernlng
Ing the assassination of former Gover Governor Governor Governor ¬
nor Steunenberg of his state said saidI
I was greatly shpcked to hear of ofGovernor ofGovernor ofGovernor
Governor Steunenbergs tragic fate I Ihad Ihad Ibad
had a high regard for him himAnd and gojir gojirsldered CJWsldered pj pjsidered
sldered him a a map of fine cn C Pacjeiv PacjeivHis ajer ajerHis er erHis
His death will be a great gr at loss to the thestate thestate thestate
state of Idaho IdahoThe IdahoThe IdahoThe
The senator continued Governor GovernorSteunenbergr GovernorSt
Steunenbergr St unenberg was a strong positive positivecharacter positivecharacter positivecharacter
character During Duri g hj lUS administration administrationof
of four years as governor of Idaho he hereduced hereduced hereduced
reduced the xpenses Qf othe the tlrestategov tlrestategov1J1mentandSet stategov stategovernment stategoVk ¬
k ernment 1J1mentandSet an d sel an example In admin admintive admlni adminIFtratiVe
i IFtratiVe yrative ablUty wortlJY wortJ y to be followed followedby
by b any of hIS la successors It can be besald besaId
saId of hlIIlolo h1mtht l t butnes u P1au mai in inthe inI
I the dJscharg ofhoifsdutl d mran ex execu executive cu cutlve
tive he stand st nd8 sMIthQU I Qut a peer fPerj fPerjii jPery ier ier1r
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he took at the time of the the Coeur CoeurdAlene Co CoeurdAlene cur curcY
dAlene cY Alene riots It transpires that the
dead leader received a letter of warn warning warnIrig ¬
ing while whileln in Washington about one and andonehalf and andonehalf andonehalf
onehalf years ago It stated that his histime histime
time was short Some such letters lettersvere letterslwere
lwere were also received several years ago
Funeral at Caldwell Caldweilberg1 CaldwellTbA Caidwellfuneral
TbA funeral of exGovernor Steunen
berg > will be held eld at Caldwell on oJI Tues Tuesday Tuesday
day at 11 oclock The family preferred
to have the proposed honor of lying in Instate Instate i istate
state omitted clinging to the simple simple1lddaihat simpleidd simpleIdthat
idd lddaihat thkt always ahv ys characterized the de deceased deceased
ceased c ased
Two Men Being BelnglIeld Held for Authorities Authoritiesa
a at t Ca Caldwell Caldwelli CaldwellPOrtland I d we 11 11Portland
Portland i rtland Ore Dec 31 31An An Oregon OregonIan Oregonian Oregonian
Ian special from rom Weiser Ida says saysTwo saysTwO saysTwo
Two men answering the description descriptionof
of the men who it Is thought arranged arrangedthe arrangedthe arrangedthe
the Infernal machine at Caldwell by bywhich bYwhich bywhich
which exGovernor Steunenberg was waskilled waskilled waskilled
killed were Arrested In this city today
One has a a large scar on his face similar similarto
to the one on the face of the man manwho manwho nan4vho
who is suspected of having havln fixed the thedynamite thed thedynamite
dynamite d amiie tothe to the the gate The men stated statedthat statedthat
that thatfLney hey are miners and one oneot of ofwho them
who ave ve hlsn hisnme me as CaDJpbeU was I I
1 do nothesitate n9t h sft te to assert that this
country is better today than it ever was in its history that the th people
are J bettermore better > more honest more moral and lessdisposed les dlsposed to yield to temptations that are put puti in 1 front of honest nonest men at atChicago
everyturn The people haye the devil on the run runFrom From Speaker Cannons Holiday H oliday Meditations lIedltationsChicago MeditationsChicago
Chicago Inter Ocean
Robbtry Robbr of Mose Goldsmith GO mith by uMr Mr Burke of Butte Has Fea Features Fear Featues
tues tu es About it Which Incline the Officers Officersttf OfficersttfSuspect Qffiers1oSuspect to toSuspect <
Suspect a FrameUp Fr meUpf
Seattle S attIe Wash Dec 31 3L 31The 31TheGoldmith The TheGoldsmith 1 1GOld
Goldsmith GOld Goldmith mith holdup hold p continues to tobaffle tobatfl tobaffl
baffle the p6llce l1ce Af After er the ex excitement excltem excitement ¬
citement cltem nt attending the first news of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the affair had subsided sub i ed and the police policehad pollcehad poliqehad
had a chance chan eto to draw a few fewdeduc fewdeducUonsit deduc deductions deductious ¬
tions Uonsit itwasfound 1t was was found that the hQldup hcldUPsavoredstrongly hQldupsavoredstrngly hQldupsavoredstFOnglY
savoredstrongly of a game framed framedby framedby framedbyparties
by byparties parties to tothe the affair The check for
2750 2 Owhiph which Goldsmith o dsmlth drew in favor favorof favorof favorof
of himself himseltand and which was cashed by byClerk byClerk byClerk
Clerk Flemming of the Lincoln hotel hotelwas hotelwas hotelwas
was signed by by the Strand Theatre Theatrecompany Theatrecompany Theatrecompaiiy
company company by hrGoldsmtth M Goldsmith The other othermember oth othermember r rmembeJ
member member of the Strand Theatre Theatrepany com company com company ¬
pany is Alexander Pantages who whoowns whoowns whoowns
owns atencent a t ten n e ent 1t theatre bearing his hisname hisname hisname
name and Is issaid s saId ld to own Interests in inother inother Inother
other tencent houses h uses in the th orth northwest orthwest orthwest ¬
PoliceRead Police ead the Letter LetterWhenthe LetterWhen LetterWhen
Whenthe When theltter tbe letter which Burke is said saidto s ld ldto ldto
to have told told Goldsmith lds nlth to read after afterthey aftertheywere afterthey
they theywere were aIo alone e in the room was w sex sexamined ex examined ecamined ¬
amined by the police today It ftw was wasfound w s sfound sfound
found to contain a astatementlhwhlch astatementlhwhlchBurke statementin which whichBurke whichBurke
Burke stated that he had been b en robbed robbedof rob1i d dof
of 2700 in th the Strand theatre theittrejand theittrejandthIs th tre1 arid aridthis andthis
this amount it was stated had to bfe bfemade bemade b bmade
made good with the people for t r whom whonithe whomthe whoththe
the writer was working Goldsmith Goldsmithsays GcildsmIthsays Goldsmithsays
says he never saw Burke Bur e before they theybegan theybegan theybegan
began to figure on the sale of ofa a third
Frankfort Frankfortiy Fra kfort Ky y Dec Dec1 > 31 31Wlth With the theDemocratic t tDemocraUc tii tiiDemocratic
Democratic Senate Senate and housecaucuses housecaucusesonly ho housecaucUSeSordy 1s c uc ses sesd sesonly
only twentyfour twenbpfourho hours rs away Gov Governor GovernorJ Governor ¬
ernor ernorJ J C Beckham B ckham is being frequent frequently ¬
ly l y mentioned mentiOnedasthe asthe man whose wh se nomina nomination nomination nomination ¬
tion would settle tt1 what rhat promises promises to be toeone beone beone
one of the most memorable memor ible and subborn subbornsenatorial subQornsenatorial subborflsenatorial
senatorial deadlocks de dlocks In the history of ofKentucky of ofKentucky ofKentucky
Kentucky During the past twenty twentyfour tw tentyfour nty ntyfour
four hours the situation has changed changedbut changedbut changedbut
but little there being no perceptible perceptiblevariation perceptiblevariation perceptiblevariation
variation in the strength ot United UnitedStatesSenator UnitedStates UnitedState9Seflator
StatesSenator States Senator J C S Blackburn and andThomas andTh andThomas
Thomas Th mas H Paynter the leaders nor norof nor norof norof
of W B Haldeman and the man who whowith whowith whowith
with the smallest number numb r of votes ap apparently apparenUy apparently ¬
parently h holds Jds the key k Y to the situation situationThe sItuationThe situationThe
The Haldeman Hal d el11 n men are apparently apparentlystanding apparently1tandltg apparentlytanding
standing firm Both sides are still stillclaimirig sunclaimlrtgsufficient stillclaiming
claiming claimlrtgsufficient sufficient strength tr ngth to nominate nominatethe nomln nominatethespeaker te tethe
the thespeaker speaker sp ak r of the house but as the theunable theunable theunable
unable to give glvea a clear account a c nnt of his hiswhereaboutsduring hiswhereaboutsd hiswhereabOUt
whereaboutsduring whereaboutsd whereabOUt during ring the past few days daysHe daysHe daysHe
He stated he had been beenw working rklng at atEmmett at atEmmetf atEmmetL
Emmett He e was very ver Indignant over overhis overhis overhis
his detention and made threats t reats of re resisting resistlng resisting ¬
sisting arrest and threatened thr ened the theot theotcers of officers officers ¬
ficers cers A telegram wXs w s sent to toCold toColdw Cald Caldwell aid aidwell
well w ll and nd ihstruciloris Instr c i ns s wer were telephoned telephonedback teiephondbacic d dback
back toehold to hold the prisoners for for further furtherInvestfeatlpn tuTth r rinv rInvestIgt1on
Investfeatlpn inv InvestIgt1onI lfg tf h
cCC r
Interest in the Strand He thensays thensaysthat th thnsysthat nos ys ysthat
that the holdup Is isbonaffc isbona bbna fide e andSays andSaysthat and nd says saysth says saysthat
that th t while w lle the check che k wasdrawn by bythe bythe
the Strand Theatre company comp ny he does doesnot doesi1 doesnqt
not i1 nqt t Intend that th Pantages s shall hallP all pay fY one onecent oIeocent oqe oqecent
cent of the amount amountHas amountHas amountHasa
Has Hasa a Shady Shad Look LookChief LookC1lef LookChief
Chief of Police Delaney D laney TaneybelIeves Relieves believes that thatthe thatthe
the th whole whple affair Is Issi shady dy and nd although althoughhe i
he could not break down Goldsmith In Ina Inalon Ina
a alon long talk held at headquarters eadquartersto eadquarterstonight to tonight tonight ¬
night he will continue fiis Investiga Investigation investigatlCn Investigation ¬
tion tomorrow to orrow and andh 3fldhOStO hopes < I to find 1 Ind Indthing dsot11e dsot11et1tng some something ¬
thing definite The chief also had hadlong hallong haillong
long talks with Cohen who wh W1s ras with withGoldsmith withGoldsmlth withGoldsi
Goldsmith Goldsi ith at thehotel the hotel and na with Panti Pantiages P Pant Pantages nt ntages
ages Both believe the holdupiori h holdup 1dup on the thesquare th thsquare thesquare
square and profess Dro proT s t to be b as as much muchmystified muchYSt1 muchrnyst1uiedas5the
mystified rnyst1uiedas5the YSt1 ied asthe as poliCe ppliceClerk ppli poliCeCferkSaw e eCJerk p
Clerk CferkSaw Saw No Gun GuriThe ciiT ciiTThe 1 1The
The one s trongr pdipt 11 jptwhich iitt which makes makesthe makesthe makesth
the th police po lc b bejieve Ji V that tb t these 1e was wa a aframe aframeup i iframeup
frameup frame up is i the statement st tenient of Clerk ClerkiTemming Clerkjffen Clerkii1euimin
iTemming jffen mln whlqh whi whichis his is that when he took toofothe tooltt tookthe
the t e money to the room Burke had noj nojuh no noun noun
uh un In his hand which would have havegiven havegiven hregiven
given Goldsmith an opportunity to tomake toIi1 tomake I
make Ii1 ke a fjght Goldsmith says that tnatB thatBUrke thatBUrke
BUrke B rke never never had n d him uncovered for foran foran foran I
an instant during dutin the time they were wereIn werein wereIn I
In the t room roomNo roomNo roothNo
No trace of Bur BU Buik has been found foundnor foundnor foundnor
nor do the police befieye be ye one will be I
Indications Point 9int int to a Deadlock in the th Legislature LegisIatureWiththe LegisIatureWiththePossibility With ithjhe ithjhePos the thePossibility
Possibility Pos lbility of Governor Beckham tilingSprung tilingSprungas Bling Sp Sprung Sprungas ung ungas
as a Dark Horse
Blackburn and anHa1dethanforces Haldeman forces have haveapparently haveapparently haveapparently
apparently combined cOJIlbi 1 d to organize the thehouse theho thehouse
house ho se the poll of their theIrannounced announced sup supporters SQPporters supporters ¬
porters seems numerically the strong stronger strongere ¬
er ere However the speakershlp sp aKershlp Is 4 4co com complicated co cornplicated n nplfcated ¬
plicated by the fact actth that th t some of the thelegislators thel thelgisiatOrs
legislators l are not follovyirigthe folJovirig the lines linesof llnesof linesof
of division which prevail In the senato senatorial senatorial senatona ¬
rial na fight t j jThorne
Thorne Would Resign ResignLieutenant ResignSLieutenant
1 1Lieutenant
Lieutenant Governor Thorne has an announced announced announced
nounced that In case Governor Beck Beckham BeckhJlm Beckham
ham should be put forward as asa a can candidate candidate candidate ¬
didate he will resign thus allowing the thepresident thepresident thepresident
president of the thesenate senate protern pro tern to t be become bec become ¬
come c me governor The lieutenant gov governors governors governors ¬
ernors ernors announcement anno ncement was made fol foiling fol11ng folllrzg ¬
ling published declarations that that the theleaders theleaders theleaders
leaders of the Democratic party would wouldoppose wouldoppose wouldoppose
oppose any movement mo ement whereby he hewould hewouJd hewould
would succeed to the governorship This Thisopposition Thisopposition Thisopposition
opposition It was wa said was based on onalleged onalleged onalieged
alleged abuse of the pardoning power powerby
by Thorne while acting governor dur during durbig during ¬
ing the absence of Governor Gov rnor Beckham Beckhamfrom Beckhamtrom Beckliamfrom
from the state Governor Beckham sev several several ev evera ¬
eral era times declared that he Is not a acandidate acandidate acandidate
candidate and has as far as he could couldconsistently couldcQi1sl coulilcOnsiStently
consistently cQi1sl tently do so supported Judge JudgePaynter JUdgePaYJter JudgePayiter
Paynter The governors s friends frIeD s de declared delar dedared ¬
dared lar d there would be a stampede st ir pede to tohtm tohim tohim
him In case c Je Paynter P ynter should shouldl1nd shqu1dilndit findit it ngrv ngrvcessary zi zic n ncessary
cessary c s5ari to tw withdraw U w J 11J 11 11t g
Begs a Meal From Howard King and andIs andIs an I IIs
Is Escorted scorted to the City CityBastile CityBastile ity ityBastile
Bastile BastileLYAIGH1A1G BastileCllG BastiletfNCHING
fl flHoward
Howard King ing clerk in Judge Arm Armstrongs Armr Armstrdngs ¬
strongs r ngs court was accosted by a ay a aytfiing s sigtellOr
ytfiing y igtellOr 1gI fellOAV ll V about aJoutl30 130 yesterday yesterdaymorning yesterdayri1 yesterdaymrniri
morning ri1 mrniri r i while w l e walking along First Firstsjoiith Firsto
sjoiith o th street Give a fellow the price priceOf priceif pricEof
Of < if a bed and meal said the vag vagSure vag4Sure
Sure answered King good natured naturedly
ly 13 < Come along with me and I will willtake wlIltake I
take you you to to3o a place where you can canJtet canget carget I
get a meal and bed The fellow be believing believing believing ¬
lieving hp h had made a i successful successfulspiel successfulspl successfulspiel
spiel spl l U followed King toward State Stateon statEon
on First FirstSouth South Deputy County Clerk ClerkW Clerkw
W H Farnsworth and County Clerk ClerkJ
i J 3 U Eldredge Jr who were compan companions companIons ¬
ions of King followed at some dis distance distance distance ¬
tance in the rear reai3Vhen rearWhen rearWhen
When State street was reached the thehungry theh thehungry
hungry h ngry vag began to smell a rat ratAhead ratAhead
Ahead he could see no restaurants He Hedid Hedid
did see a building probably familiar familiarto
to hlih Are you taking me to jail jailhe jailhe jailhe
he demanded of King who admitted admittedsuch admittedsuch
such was his intention Well you youcant youcant
cant do it youre no cop CODWith copWith
With this the fellow broke into a arun arun
run toward Commercial street Stop
King yelled as he whipped out a big
45 revolver The man did not stop
but as carmen would say gave it a aswing aswing aswing
swing to nine notches King took up
the chase firing the gun in the air airto allto airto
to frighten the fellow The sight of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the man making a wild dash down the thestreet thestreet thestreet
street followed by another man flour flourishing flourIshi flourishl ¬
ishing Ishi g a gun brought a hundred men meninto menInto meninto
into the street Some were content to toremain toremain toremain
remain behind telephone poles or street streetsigns streetsigns
signs where free from danger of be being being being ¬
ing shot they could see the lively race
Many Join In the Chase ChaseOthers ChaseOthers ChaseOthers
Others joined in the chase adding to tothe tothe tothe
the excitement Stop thief and oth other other other ¬
er similar s inil r cries brought more men to tothe toth toth
the th scene and ll gave the man more rea reason reason reason ¬
son son to add to his speed Just as the thefugitive thefpgiHve thefugitive
fugitive made a sudden dive into Com Commercial CommercIal Cornmercial ¬
mercial street King sent a second bul bullet bullet bullet ¬
let into the air Officers Moore Smoot Smootand Smootand Smootand
and Seager attracted by the shooting shootingand shOotingand shootingand
and yelling joined In the race The Thefellow Thefellow Thefellow
fellow had gained considerable upon uponreaching uponreaching uponrea
reaching rea hing the corner When those in inpursuit Inpursuit inpursuit
pursuit arrived all sight of f the man manwas manwas manwas
was lost Witnesses s had seen him go gointo gointo goInto
into the rear door of a saloon on the thecorner thecorner thecorner
corner of First South and Commercialstreet Commercial Commercialstreet Commercialstreet
street A search of the premises re reVealed revealed revealed
Vealed the fellow hiding in a coal shed shedin shedin shedin
in the rear of the saloon saloonHe saloonHe saloonHe
He was taken to jail followed by a acrowd acrowd acrowd
crowd that had grown threatening in innumhers innumbers innumbers
numbers and actions So you have havehim havehim havehim
him 1h howled one Lynch him himyelled himYelled himyelled
yelled another A dozen voices took tookup tookup tookup
up the cry The officers spotted sev several severalpf several
eral eralpf jof the leaders lead r > of the crowd Say Saythat Saythat Saythat
that again and you wont say It a atiird afrd atifrd
tiird frd time tlm said one of the officers
2 4
r >
WITT ITTEIIISTEP SJP now1 now1lleverthelessa DOIVNNevertheless
Nevertheless a Strong Attack Is Bh BhMade li liMade
Made Upon the Russian RussianS >
J S tl 4
Premier 11t I IV IGOvernment
1 1ell
GOvernment Presenting a Strong Front Frontand and Seems Assprerrtif Assprerrtifa Assir ell f fa
a Victory Over the Reds RedsRevolutionists Revolutionists likely 1 1Start Q
40 40Start
Start a Reign of Terror
St Petersburg Pet rs urg Dec D c 31 735 p pm pm prnThe
m rnThe The The report that th t Count Witte WitteIs
Is booketj for retirement In a few fewdays fewdays fewdays
days is again being persistently cir circulated circulated circulated ¬
culated culatedThe culatedThe culatedThe
The Nasha Shisn which declares it itcan itcan itcan
can guarantee the accuracy of its itsstatement itsstatement Itsstatement
statement says that M Durnovo Durnovo min ¬
ister of the interior who Is worshiped worshipedas
as an idol by the court camarilla camarillawhich camarIllawhIc camarillawhici
which believes that his stern policy policyalong policyalon policyalon
along alon can put an end to the existing existinganarchy existinganarchy existinganarchy
anarchy has accomplished the down downfall ¬
fall of the count and will be elevated elevatedto
to t the Dremiership sremlershlDReport DremiershipReport DremiershipReport
Report Baseless BaselessInvestigation BaselessInvestigation BaselessInvestigation
Investigation by the Associated AssociatedPress AssociatedPress AssociatedPress
Press however indicates that the re report report report ¬
port is baseless certainly for the mo moment moment moment ¬
ment Nevertheless it is true that th t M MDurnovo lrDurnovo MDurnovo
Durnovo has a a powerful cabal of re reactionaries reactionaries reactionaries ¬
actionaries behind him and temporari temporarily ¬
ly seems s ems to dominate the situation situationM
M Manukhin whose sudden retire retirement retirement retiremerit ¬
ment from the ministry of justice In Inwhich inwhich inwhich
which he is succeeded by M I Akynoff Akynoffa
a member of the senate created a astir astir astir
stir resigned according to the Molva MolvaRuss lrolvaRuss MolvaRuss
Russ rather than submit to M 11Durnovos
Durnovos dictation in n matters which whichhe whichhe whichhe
he regarded as being strictly within withinthe withinthe withinthe
the sphere of his ministry He insist insisted insIsted insisted ¬
ed that the th reports of the senators s nators who whowere whowere whowere
were dispatched to investigate the theJewish theJewish theJewish
Jewish and other massacres followjng
the imperial im > erial manifesto of Oct 30 30should 30should 30should
should be made to the minister of jus justice J s stice stice ¬
tice in order that legal proceedings proceedingscould proceedingscould proceedingscould
could be begun against the police and andother andother andother
other local authorities where found foundculpable foundculpable foundculpable
culpable M Durnovo resisted this
declaring that the interior administra ¬
tion belonged to him When WhenL M DUr DUrnovo Durnoyo Durnero
novo was sustained M Mlfunakhin Munakhin re resigned resigned resigned ¬
signed and M Akynoff who Is is3o is3obrotherinlaw a
brotherinlaw of M Durnovo was ap ap1JQJ1t appq1tec1 ¬
1JQJ1t V pointed d his successor successortV suacessorAttacks successorAttacks
Attacks on Witte WitteOn WitteOn WitteOn
On the other hand Count Witto is s
being attacked more fiercely than ever everon everon everon
on the side of ofthe the Liberals who charge chargethat chargethat chargethat
that he Is showing the cloven hoof and andsay ands andsay
say s y that he might happen to fall be between between between ¬
tween two stools stoolsM stoolsM
M Brlanchlaninoff Is out with a astrong astrong astrong
strong article in the Slovo entitled entitledWitte entitledWitte entitledWitte
Witte Must Go in which he asserts assertsthat assertsthat
that the victory at Portsmouth has hasbeen hasbeen
been followed by defeat at St Peters ¬
burg His line of argument Is that thatanarchy thatanarchy thatanarchy
anarchy has been able to make head headway headway headway ¬
way because true Liberals doubt doubtwhether doubtwhether doubtwhether
whether Russia Is to have a consti constitution ¬
tution or whether the manifesto is only onlya
a tactical move to lull them to sleep slee sleeIt >
It was Wittes first duty according to tothe tothe tothe
the writer to remove this doubt but
it it Is charged thathe still maintains an anequivocal anequivocal anequivocal
equivocal role He has not the article articlesays articlesays articlesays
says even even safeguarded the prerogative prerogativegranted prerogativegranted prerogativegranted
granted by the ukase creating a re responsible responsible responsible ¬
sponsible cabinet of ministers but has hasallowed hasallowed hasallowed
allowed M r Durnovo whose patent patentpurpose patentpurpose patentpurpose
purpose Is to cut off the heads of an anarchy anarchy anarchy ¬
archy and constitutionalism at the thesame thesame thesame
same time to report directly to the theemperor theemperor theemperor
emperor and to secure his majestys majestysapproval majestysapproval majestysapprOval
approval of measures without consult ¬
ing the sremler sremlerA remIQrA
A man like M I Guchkoff in whom
London Dec 31 31The The Duke of Dev Devonshire Devonshire Dcvonshire ¬
onshire LiberalUnionist has issued issuedan 19Su l1 l1an
an important t election manifesto m hffC1sto inwhich in inwhich inwhich
which he virtually advises the free freetrade fr r e etrade e etrade
trade Unionists to support supportth theLiberal theLiberalcandidates tiHer 1 1candIdates I Icandidates
candidates rather than the protfectldn protfectldnIst prot ctidn ctidn1st
1st Unionists By treating the home homerule nomerule homerule
rule question as a mere side sld id ISUe i sU h hdeals Hdeals hiBs
deals iBs the strongest blow yet delivered
A drawn pistol In his hand convinced convincedthe convincedthe
the loudmouthed lynch man that thatsilence thatsilence thatsilence
silence is golden goldenCase goldenCase goldenCase
Case Not a SerioUs SerioUsOrlc SerioUsOrlcWhen One OneWhen OtieWhen
When the jail was reachedthe reached the crowd crowdnumbered crowdnumbered crowdnumbered
numbered easily 200 men clamoring eI moring ioring to toknow toknow toknow
know what was up Several knowing knowingthe kn Wlflg Wlflgthe Wlfigthe
the details of the affair made explana explanations exp1anatlons explanations ¬
tions When finally convinced that the theprisoner th thprisoner theprisoner
prisoner was a mere moocher the themen themen themen
men piade their way homeward Had Hadthe Hadthe Hadthe
the prisoner pr1s ner Will Sutton by name namebeen namebeen namebeen
been proved a bad man he might have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been handled roughly by the crowd crowdHe crowde crowdHe
He e was locked up booked boo < d with vag vagancy vagtancy vag7ancy
tancy ancy King was arrested arrest for carry carrying carrying carrying ¬
ing Concealed weapons His bail was wasplaced waslaced wasplaced
placed laced at 25 This amount was paid paidIn paidIn paidIn
In speaking Qf < jf the affair King said saidIt saidIt saidIt
It is the right of any citizen to tomake tomake tomake
make an anarrest arjrestwhen ttrrest when necessary This Thisfellow Thisfellow Thisfellow
fellow begged the price Of a 8 meal from fromme fromme fromme
me He didnt lookgood look good so I deter determined determined determined ¬
mined to land him in jail I had him himas himac himas
as far as State Stat street when he broke brokeand brokeand brokeand
and ran I pulled my gun gun and started startedIn start d dIn
In pursuit pursuit1 pursuit1King > ursuIt ursuItKing
1 King was w B Indignant upon being beingcharged beingcharged beingCharged
charged with carrying concealed wea weapons wea weapons weapons ¬
pons > clalmittg cl imtngh iinhk he h had h d a permit p rmlt to do d ds dl
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the people have confidence confidenceM confide ce fi ft1t1st s sto
to the head of the govern governmenttsays e tHS tHSlL
M Brianchanloff It is 1m ImposBlbl P Oss L h1 t if
Count Witte who never wa w was wastutionst V COqf COqftutiona1ist affffet affffettutionaMst
tutionaMst at heart to contiriu6tSij eontln CtSar CtSara lpl lpla
a double role any longer TiiBT8tfijjJJf TiiBT8tfijjJJftion T The le stiio lt i =
tion Imperatively requires gi giand guiSeri guiSeriand fliitLY fliitLYand
and we would have less of Wittc J11 B5 B5terity U x xterlty xterity
terity and more honesty honestyStrong honestyStrong < o oStrong
Strong Front Presented PresenteaThe Present hAoU hAoUThe
The government is now proceeding proceedingon pr ceedi g gon
on the theory that a 1 victory dvec oceth ocethreds V H Hreds hreds
reds is assured It is dispia dt8 disp3yihgit disp3yihgitstrong lngfir lngfirstrong l gf
strong front and announces announcesth that that9tiII that9tiIIno ti t jHll ltJlno jHllno
no longer tolerate In Its service servl e eployes etw etwployes employes
ployes who are ar plotting agalnst g gaI lf1se1t t1tTlie t1tTlieministers lEt JJfij JJfijministers KS KSministers
ministers have been b e11 authorised authoHz d sffihf 5 sfflh sfflhmanly i imarHy
manly to dismiss such such employes employesThe empoy s sThe + < ei eiThe >
The regulations regulati ns for the preparation preparationof pr p r tlQ tlQof
of supplementary lists df those th09 entitled entitledto ntl t1 d dto
to vote by the law 18 w of Dec 25 2i trer Vere piSb 5iTh3lished
lished today toda The Th faof f it that t1 t lit th thcities t11clUes UIcities
cities the electoral districts coirtciflM coirtciflMwith cOln coinetdwith ttJ ttJwith
with the police po1fcedhitrlctsgl districts districtsgIvel districtsgIvelthe gives esFil ii 1 G
the outcry that when the t1 country c un11iY S Stranquilized Utranquilized d
tranquilized it is the turpbseofthTe turpbseofthTegovernment purp jiurpbse s i ottthe ottthegovernment r th thgovernment
government to control the elections electionsThe eleclions eleclionsThe
The Slovo warns the people peojJler Vfd 10 qtfTt U1t
talking of revolution ana an nI to be begi n4fee n4feerlously i1e i1erlously 4ieriously
rlously the campaign for thed6uma th iOuma b f1a
by the selection of the best representa tejir fu ¬
tives tivesForeseeIng 4 > fc i iForeseeing 1Foreseeing
Foreseeing the probability probabilitythilt tfiat It will willBaltic I1l t
be Imp lf pOsslble sslble to ho hold d e1E electidtlgrn U lW v
Baltic provinces provlnc s the th CatieasliSL C CatiastLother th sti a nd ndot xfl xflother
other ot er disturbed districts fhe thetvefni thetvefnim gwemj Y 2
meht m nt has provided that h t wiielV 1i6nnr ufJer t1 G gei P
tincates tift cates of half the t e members memb meInbiare rs ele l U Uare ffl fflare
are received the douma will be cqn cqnvened coiI coiIvened co covened
vened Immediately ImmediatelyTerrorists immediatelyTerrorists ImmediatelyTerrorists
Terrorists Plans PlansI PlansAt PlansAt
I At a meeting of the council df t wbfk bik ttr
men last night some delegates d legate pShd enq
inc In the organization of t ah an armed ffevp ievo
lutif lutl advocated a recourse to the thepId pld
terr t plan of Instituting a tribunal trtQ nil
to try tr nd d condemn Officials guilty p
tyranny t tyran li J9 to publish the TeaQx T tar j r rth
Oftdemttaltlcmandthentoexea toexeeiitre tre
th the verdict of the tribunal This tite the
delegates said would be preferable to
the indiscriminate Killing kmln of police and
Cossacks who might br b nnqcent
Not satisfied with f I e protection P
given by the secret nolicc Tolir to Count
Witte whose life Is In constant dan
ger officers of the Preobrajenskyrgua Preobrajenskyrguaregiment rid j
regiment were detailed to topremier gu g a rjgJtJtjS
premier but on Friday theyjaeQllneg they deelinOil eeUn d
to do further service In this conjae c 9U 9Usaying tlon
saying it was beneath the dignity dl dih1tt t pf Q
guard officers officc > rs to do police duty dutyUnder dutyUnder dUtyUnder >
Under Martial Law LawWith LawWIth LawWith
With the crushing of the revolt rev at a1 l
Moscow interest Is now transferrea transf rr a aother o
other places where there are frnl 4reMt iwuejj > sjj tOI
risings especially to Sou Sut SoutliItussr4 Ih Russia Rus
Practically the entire Black sea llltonal Ult E l
is under martial law EkaterInosU
and the railroad to the Crimea are reIl reJn jin
the hands of revolutionaries and fld dth the
troops were ordered today to felaRe iei K 1
them at any cost The sltuatljan situatf situatfextremely Ja
extremely bad at Bachsmut in White
Russia where the coal fields are di i J Is
cat cated nntrt3 cd T3 3iiae x <
Berdicheff the Jewishof JewIsh
j v JJH ytlll nW y
of Dvinsk Kherson the whole distrait
of Odessa Kremenschug Alexanrp Alexanrpwere AI x r9f
sky and the territory along the ral1 raIlroa a1
between Moscow and NizhnINovg NizhniNovgqOd d
were placed under martial law loftaat t aaIY
The revolt at Samara has been be n Siip ti Uf
pressed with much bloodshed
Duke of Devonshire Advises Free Trade Unionists to Supparji SupparjiIhe SuPPQ t tthe 1 1the
the Liberal Candidates CandidatesHome Home Rule Question QuestIonaSide I Ia f fa
> a aSide Side 5 ide Issue Is 5 U e eOc t
0 0gainst
against Mr lr Balfours election tactics
The duke asserts that there is no non in >
dication that the opinion of the coun ¬
try has changed since the rejection of
the last home rule bill and that it is
in the highest degree Improbable improb Improbablethat bleth that t
the he government of Sir Henry Camp
bellBannerman will incur the risk ol 01
introducing another such measure in
the next parliament Therefore he h
says the question of free trade versus
protection must be the paramount fea
ture in the coming elections and he
declares there must be no deviation dtvlat1 Ti
fromattachment frO n attachm nt to free fr e trade tradeUnable trideUnable tradeUnable
Unable to Fathom Fath m Balfour BalfourThe BalfourThe v vThe <
The duke confesses that he knows
no more mor now than when he lefStlie lef t1 e
late l te government of what Is
s1mpl1 Implied d bjjf b
the Balfourian BalfourI n fiscal schem whMft Wit 1idh b
its authors declare to be bl acceptable a aeee cet1ta1jl thblh us
free traders and protectionists prote tlontsts allied alIk
On the other hand h nd he h says Uiei there thi1 is
no ambiguity about the Chmberlaifi Ch mberl lft
propaganda whch is avowedly pfdtefS fflt tt
tionist tionstThe tionistThe
The manifesto coirtend co2Ttendthatthk that thatlth > hfe
UniOnist Unl nlst party organization has h s Target T Targetly rge
ly been eentia dapTufed f f d by bywing th p prot oteTR8ifttb oteTR8ifttbwing 1 1wingand
wing wingand and that shoUld the party rtTb rtTbcome rty1rg > b bcome >
come predominantly ly protectionst protect4Ql1sthOlT protect4Ql1sthOlTvill < iih1 iih1will lt
will either be real r l dangerfi dang danPtOor t > tre traor tra
or or the prospect of the th thUnionIst e ex eitfsldfr It ldn > oftm o tllj
Unionist party for an Em n indefinite pertoc r 11
from either power of orinfltf infltfettce4 tt e 4 4The f 4 4The
The duke d uke declares s In i conclusion cn 1Sl n ttiai t1j
it i1 is the duty of the UlUbmst UinofAstfr fi rS
traders tr ders de to take t ke sueh su h atltSfi clrew < jfiS f1S 1 tl wtil wtilprove ifl U Uprove
prove that the he Unionists Unlonl ts asa aasihdi aasihdiwhether S wh whwhether h hwhether
whether in power or in l opp6SlU6Qlis opp6SlU6Qlisstll OIiP 5tll nl1s nl1ss
stll s ll uncommitted to a arttogradefisei arttogradefiseipolicy r trogradefliggi trogradefliggipolicy trogiad 1i i
policy by whoyIsover womsover it may myproi myproipas lje rOt ro5posed rOtP
posed P pas d v d v V l V Vwr TT < C
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