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i Established June 6 187CX SALT LAKE LA T CITY UTAH SATURDAY MARCH 3 1906 10 PAGES Price Five Cents
J CONFESSION IN INiHE
iHE HE STEUNENBERG CASE CASEt
4
IF ic vi viSteve t I
Steve Adams One of the Alle Alleged ed C Con Conspirators COnspirators n nspirators ¬
spirators Said to Have Made MadeCleal1 a aClean aI
I Clean Breast of It ItBoise ItBotheIda1 jl
Boise BotheIda1 4 4Boise Ida Ida March 2 2Steve Steve Adams has hasmade made full con confession confession confession ¬
fession in Steunenberg case Far more detailed and sweep sweeping sweepI sweeping sweeping ¬ I
ing than Orchards on movements of conspirators
Boise Ida March 2 2The The Statesman Statesmanwill Statesmanwill
will say In the morning morningThe morningThe morningThe
The Statesman is authorized to an announce announce announce ¬
nounce that Steve Adams arrested at atHaine atHalne atHalne
Halne Ore on Feb eb 20 in connection connectionwith connectionWith coflnectionwlth
with the Steunenberg Steun nberg assassination assassinationlias
has madeafull madea made mfuU ll and sweeping confes confession confesalon coniession ¬
sion siont
t This second confession is far more moreImportant moreimportant moreImportant
Important than that made by Harry HarryOrchard HarryOrcbard
4 Orchard This Is the statement made madelast madelast madelast
last evening by James McParland the thefamous thefamous thefamous
famous detective in the presence of ofGovernor ofGovernor ofGovernor
Governor Gooding and J H Hawley Hawleywho Hawleywho Hawleywho
who is In n charge of the prosecution prosecutionMr
t Mr McParland added that Adams Adamsconfession Adamsonfession Adamsi
i onfession C fully and exactly corrobora corroborated ¬
ted that made by Orchard at every everypoint everypoint everypoint
point touched upon by both bothMoreover bothloreover
4 Moreover Mr McParland con continced contimed continted
timed Adams knows far more of the theworkings theWcrkIngs thewcrklngs
workings of the inner circle than Orch Orchard Orchard Orchard ¬
ard did and was able to give a mass of ofdetailed ofdetailed ofdetailed
detailed information that Orchards Orchardsconfession OrchardsCf
nfesslon Cf did not cover cover111e covert covertIhe
44 The confession of Adams he said saidcorroborated s saidL id idcorroborated
L corroborated that given by Orchard in invery ine inw
e very w ery substantial point connected with withthe withthe withthe
the assassination of exGovernor exGovernorSteunenberg exGovernorSteunenberg exGovernorSteunenberg i
Steunenberg Adams however was wasnot wasnot wasnot
not at Caldwell at the time of the theassassination theassassination theassassination I
assassination nor was Orchard at the thetime thetime thetime
time of the unsuccessful effort in No November Noember November ¬
vember The man who assisted Orch Orchard Orchrd Orchrd ¬
ard rd on that latter occasion as set forth forthir
ir h Orchards confession = onf sfon was Jack JackPimpkins Jackimpl JackSimpkins
Pimpkins PimpkinsStill SimpkinsStiI1 impl ns J JStiU
Still another statement made by the thedetective thedetective thedetectIve
detective was that the Adams confes confession confession coniession ¬
sion gave the details of a large num number number numher ¬
ber of murders that were not referred referredto
to any manner by Orchard It was wasfurther wasfurther wasfurther
further stated that the confession had hadbeen hadrL hadpL
rL been reduced to writing signed Sign ed and ac acknowiadgaK acj acI
j I knowiadgaK kno knowJslg Hgr It wa was a vohimlaous vokimInousIL doc flocenment
11 IL ument covering a greafer field and In Inlnore in innnore innore
nnore nore detail than that made by Orch Orchard Orchard Orchf ¬
f ard The further statement was made madethat madethat madethat
that Adams had made this confession confessionwithout confessionithoutbeln confessionwithout
without ithoutbeln being be1n promised anything anythingWhen anythingln anythingWhen
When ln talked with about the matter he hesimply hesimply hesimply
simply made a clean breast of all he heknew heknew heknew
knew of this case and of the secret secretworkings secretorkings secretworkings
workings ofrthe Western Federation FederationIt
4It It was announced by the governor governorMr governorMr governorMr
Mr Hawley and Mr Parland that thatwhile thatwhile thatwhile
while they thtwight these facts should shouldbe shouldbe shouldbe
be given the public ublt there would be no nofurther nofurth nofurthd
further furth r information given out or hinted hintedat l1iI hiqedat ed edat
at respecting this confession confessionORCHARD confessionORCHARD confessionk
k 4 ORCHARD BEFORE JURY JURYCipher JURYCipher JURYCipher
Cipher Code Said to Be of Aid to the theDetectives theDetectives theDetectives
Detectives DetectivesBoise DetectivesBoise DetectivesBoise
Boise Ida March 2 2BeCQre Before the thegrand thegzand thegiand
grand jury at Caldwell t 1ij morning morningHarry morningHarry morningHarry
Harry Orchard completed his testi testimony testimony testlmony ¬
mony in the th Steunenberg1 murder case caseIt casen caseIt
It is salfcIi saUl wetft rft into great detail detailabout detailabout detailabout
about the tbeentire entire matter telling the thejurymen thejurymen thejurymen
jurymen what induced him to under undertake undertake undertake ¬
take the crime how much he was waspaid wasraid wasraid
raid etc Today he seemed much muchmore muchmore muchmore
more composed than yesterday He Hewas Hewas Hewas
was brought back to the peniten penitentiary penitentiary penitentiary ¬
tiary on the train arriving here at 2 2oclock 2oclock 2oclock
oclock During the theatternoon afternoon a num number number number ¬
ber of witnesses were before the jury juryOne juryOne juryOne
One was Captain W S Swain of the theThiel theThiel thei
i Thiel agency at Spokane who was on onthe onthe onthe
the ground groundearl early and has been in the theemploy theemploy theemploy
employ of the state ever since sinceJoseph sinceJoseph sinceJoseph
Joseph H Hutchinson former lieu lieutenant lieutenant lieutenant
tenant governor go cmor was also before thejur the theJury thejury
Jury jur It was he who first formulated formulateda
a theory of the nature of the bomb bombused bombu bombused
used u ed and he found a piece of the fish fishline fishUne fishiine
line used In firing the infernal infernalmachine infernalmachine infernalnachine
machine Later he assisted in the thesearch thesearch thesearch
search of Orchards belongings dis discovering disovering discovering ¬
covering many powders and other sub substances substances substances ¬
stances which it Is thought were used usedIn usedin usedIn
In the manufacture of the bomb His Histheory HIstheory Histheory
theory of the bomb was correct as asshown asshown asshown
shown by Orchards confession The Thejury Thejury Thejury
jury may take some additional testi testimony tastiIron testiirony ¬
irony Iron tomorrow but it is not expected expectedany expectedany expectedany
any indictment will be returned until untilsoine untilsOlne untilsohe
soine sOlne time early in the week weekOrchard weekOrchard weekOrchard
Orchard is quoted as having said to toone toone toone
one of the three officers who guarded guardedhim guardedhim guardedhim
him last night nightNow nightNow nightNow
Now that my mind has been un unburdened unburdened unburdened
burdened of the guilty secrets which whichhave whichhave bich bichhave
have haunted me continually Orch Orchard Orchard Orchard ¬
ard said I feel like a new man I Iknow 1know Iknow
know that I will be punished I de deserved deserved deserved ¬
served to be punished to the full ex extent extentof cxtent ¬
tent tentof of the law I have been a bad badman badman badman
man but I have a conscious feeling feelingwithin feeIlngwithin feelingwithin
within me that I can hardly describe describethat describethat describethat
that God approves the course I have havetaken havetaken havetaken
taken My hope is to repair what I Ican Ican Ican
can of the evil I have done doneGOODING doneGOODING doneGOODINGAGAIN
GOODING GOODINGAGAIN GOODINGAGAINGovernor AGAIN AGAINGovernor AGAINGovernor
Governor of Idaho Makes Denial of ofSome ofSome ofSome
Some Statements StatementsBoise StatementsBoIse StatementsBoise
Boise Ida March 2 2Governor 2GovernorGoodIng 2GovernorGood1ng Governor GovernorJoodIng
< JoodIng this evening handed the cor correspondent correspondent correspondent ¬
respondent of the Associated Press the thefollowing thefollowing thefollowing
following statement requesting that It Itbe itbe Itbe
be given circulation to correct any anyfalse anyfalse anyfalse
false Impression that may have been beenaroused beenaroused beenaroused
aroused by the publication of incor incorrect incorrect Incorrect ¬
rect special correspondence correspon ence from Boise Boiserepresenting Boiset
r t representing that he and Mr Ir Hawley Hawleychief Hawleychief Hawleychief
chief counsel for the state In the Steu Steunenberg SteuI Steunenberg ¬
nenberg murder case had quarrelled quarrelledand
I and that Mr Hawley had threatened to towithdraw towithdraw toi
i withdraw from the case caseBoise caseIBQi caseBaIe
IBQi Boise e Ida March 2 2Dear Dear Sir My Myattention Myattention Myattention
attention has been called tc tcstat tcstatments state statements statJ
J ments published vubllsbedunder under a Boisedate Boise dateof date of
Feb 26 in which it is claimec claimecthat claimed ciathiedthat
that the prosecution In the Steunenber Steunenbercase Steunenbergcase
case is split by internal dissension that thatJames thaiJames thatJames
James H Hawley chief attorney Ir Irthe in Inthe I Ithe
the prosecution of Moyer and others otheraccused othersaccused I
accused of the Steunenberg assassina assassination assassination assassination ¬
tion threatens to withdraw from th thcase the thecase < I Icase
case I wish to state through your col columns columns ¬
umns there is absolutely no truth in inthese inthese inthese
these assertions The whole matter is isfalse Isfalse I Ifalse
false on the part of the special cor correspondent correspondent correspondent ¬
respondent His articles throughout throughouihave throughouthave I
have been a tissue of falsehood am ammisrepresentation and andmisrepresentation andmisrepresentation
misrepresentation tending directly to tocreate tocreate
create class prejudice and prevent a afair afair afair I
fair trial of the accused men triumph triumphof
of justice and punishment of parties partiessolemnly partiessolemnly partiessolemnly I
solemnly charged by the state with this thiscruel thiscruel thiscruel
cruel murder There were never two twomen twomen
I
men who worked closer to each other otherwhose otherwhose otherwhose
whose entire association has been more morepleasant morepleasant
pleasant than Mr Hawley and myself myselffrom myselffrom myselffrom I
from the day he was employed by the thestate thestate thestate
state until the present time We have haveworked haveworked haveworked
worked in perfect harmony There has hasnot hasnot hasnot
not been at any time the least disposl disposltion di dipos1tion posl i
tion toward friction between us I Ihave Ihave Ihave
have known Mr Hawley for a number numberof
of years and feel that wise selection selectionwas I Iwas
was maae in placing him in charge of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the states case I gave my statement statementof I Iof
of Orchards confession to the press on onadvice onadvice I
advice of Mr Hawley and James Mc McParland McParland ¬
Parland It was submitted to them themheartily themheartily I
heartily approved and then handed to tothe tothe tothe
the press representatives in their pres presence presonce ¬
ence enceI
I wish to state further that Moyer MoyerHaywood MoyerHayood I
Haywood and Pettibone have not been beenplaced beenplaced beenplaced
placed in dark cells Our penitentiary penitentiaryhas
has only one dark cell and neither of ofthese ofthese ofthese I
these men have occupied it There has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been no truth in the published state statements statements statements ¬
ments that the accused men have not notreceived notreceived notreceived
received good treatment at the peni penitentiary penitentiary penitentiar ¬
tentiary Committee from Trades Coun Council Council Councii ¬
cil waited on me a few days ago and andwere andwere andwere
were given a permit to visit the prison prisonTheir prisonalrlep prisonTjiair
Their Tjiair alrlep report ort to m 4s batthey found foundconditions foundconditions thundconditions
conditions there much better than they
had hoped for and In their judgment judgmentMoyer judgmentMoyer judgmentMoyer
Moyer Haywood and Pettibone St StJohn StJohn StJohn
John Adams and Orchard had no noground noground noground
ground for any complaint complaintF
F R GOODING GOODINGGovernor GOODINGGovernOr G000INGGovernor
Governor of Idaho IdahoCLAIMS IdahoCLAIMS IdahoCLAIMS
CLAIMS OF PROSECUTION PROSECUTIONAlleged PROSECUTIONAlleged PROSECUTIONAlleged
Alleged Adams Confession Said to Be BeConclusive BeConclusive I IConclusive
Conclusive ConclusiveSpee ConclusiveSpeel I ISpetq
Spee Spetq > l to The Herald HeraldBoise HeraldBoise
Boise Ida Id Id4 Ma Mah h 2 2The The Adams Adamsconfession Adamsconfession Adamsconfession II IIBoise
confession is in great detail and it itcorroborates Itcorroborates
corroborates Orchard on all the ma material material material ¬ I
terial features of o the latters confes confession coniession ¬ I Ision
sion of the Steunenberg murder murderOn murderOn i
On that point Mr McParland and andAttorney andAttorney I
Attorney Hawley were very emphatic emphaticwhen emphaticwhen emphaticwhen
when giving out the news of the con confession CO1fession confession ¬
fession The prosecution believes it is isfortified isfortified isfortified
fortified with the testimony of another anotherwitness anotherwitness anotherwitness
witness who claims not only to know knowabout knowabout knowabout
about the conspiracy con piracy to murder the theformer tteformer theformer
former governor br bit t also the details of ofmany ofmany ofmany
many murders committed elsewhere elsewherethat elsewherethat elsewherethat
that were not touched upon by Orch Orchard Orchard Orchard ¬
ard ardWhether
Whether Adams will be taken before beforethe beforethe beforethe
the grand jury in Caldwell is not notknown notknown notknown
known That body IsVstill is still in session sessionand sessionand sessionand
and If it is deemed necessary to add addhis addhIs addhis
his testimony to that already laid be before before before ¬
fore the jurymen he will no doubt bo botaken botakpn betaken
taken takenDuring takpnDuring takenDuring
During the day John T Nugent one oneof oneof oneof
of the counsel retained by the WesternFederation WesternFederation Western WesternFederation
Federation communicated with the thegovernor tl1egovernor thegovernor
governor He said that he had been beenrequested beenrequested beenrequested
requested as Adams was a member of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Western Federation to represent representhim representhim representhim
him as well as the others and that he hewished hewished hewished
wished to Day ay a visit to him at the thepenitentiary thepenitenUary thepenitentlary
penitentiary The governor referred referredMr referredMr referredMr
Mr Nugen to Mr Hawley The latter latterhad latterhad latterhad
had a talk with him and stated he had hada
a perfect right to see Adams since he heintended heintended heintended
intended to defend him and no obsta obstacle obstacle obstadc ¬
cle would be placed in his way wayMr wayMr wayMr
Mr Nugent went out to the peniten penitentiary penitentiary penitentiary ¬
tiary to see Adams When Adams was wasInformed wasinformed wasInformed
Informed of his presence he sent Nu Nugent Nugent Nugent ¬
gent word that he did not wish to see seehim seehim seehim
him as he already had an attorney At Atthat Atthat Atthat
that time the confession had been beenclosed beenclosed beenclosed
closed up and signed signedC
C A Moore of Baker City Adams Adamsattorney Adamsattorney Adamsattorney
attorney was In the city during the theweek theweek theweek
week but left yesterday What he hemay hemay hemay
may have known about the confession confessionhas
has not been made public The con confession confession confession ¬
fession had then been made and it Is Ispossible ispossible ispossible
possible Moore was advised but at any anyrate anyrate anyrate
rate the latter dropped out of the city cityand cityand cityand
and disappeared That Adams regards regardshim regardshim regardshim
him as his attorney is shown by the thestatement thestatement thestatement
statement made by the prisoner in re response response response ¬
sponse sponse to the request of Mr Nugent for foran foran foran
an interview interviewMURDERER interviewMURDERER intervIewMURDERER
MURDERER DIED ib J IN INPHILOSOPHICAL INPHilOSOPHICAL iNPHILOSOPHICAL
PHILOSOPHICAL MOOD MOODWalla MOODWalIa MOODWaila
Walla Walla Wash March 2 2uKid 2uKid1TJ1ite 2KidWhite Kid KidWhite
White was hanged at the state prison prisonIjexe prisonhpe prisonIre
Ijexe Ire at 3 oclock this afternoon afternoonThe afternoonThe afternoonThe
The news that the last effort to se sesure sesure sesure
sure a longer lease of life for the man mancondemned zancondemned an ancondemned
condemned for the murder m rder of Matthew MatthewMurphy MatUiewMurphy MatthewMurphy
Murphy last year reached this city cityabout cityabout cityabout
about noon and shortly afterward afterwardWarden afterwardWarden afterwardWarden
Warden A F Kees announced the hour hourfor hourfor hourfor
for the execution executionWhite executionWhite executionWhite
White was in a philosophical mood moodwhen moodwhen moodwhen
when Ihe he news came oT the failure of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the last straw to bear him up He Heseemed Heseemed Heseemed
seemed to think it was only a matter matterof matterof
of time anyway and the route to todeath todeath todeath
death did not much matter His death deathconsidering deathconsIdering deathconsidering
considering the manner of his life lie Mestated liestated liestated
stated would be better b tterforboth for both himself himselfand himselfand hImselfand
and the state
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I Great Great Heavens What Next I
SUGAR INDUSIRYSAVED INDUSTRY INDUSTRYSAVED
SAVED BY SENATE SENATEFhilippines
Philippines Tariff Bill ill Buried by byAdverse byAdverse byAdverse
Adverse Vote in Upper House HouseCommittee lIonseCommittee houseCommittee
Committee CommitteeWashington Committeer CommitteeWashington CommitteeWashington
I
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r r
Washington March 2 2By By a vote ot of ofS
8 to i the the senate sen te committee on the thePhilippines thePhilippines thePhilippines
Philippines today defeated the Payne Paynebill paynebill Paynebill
bill which had parsed p sed the house by bya byavote a avote avote
vote of 258 2 8 to 71 The action of the thecommittee tb tbcommittee thcommittee
committee had been foreshadowed for fornearly forneory fornearly
nearly a week although the exact vote votehad votehad votehad
had not been known knownVote h knownVote own ownVote
Vote of the Committee CommitteeThe e eThe
The senators voting for the bill were wereLodge wereIo wereLodge
Lodge Io ge Beveridge Long Carmack and andMcCreary andMcCreary andMcCreary
McCreary The Thenegative negative votes were wereHale wereHale wereHale
Hale Burrows Dick Nixon Brande Brandegee Brandegee Brandegee
gee Culberson Dubois and Stone StoneAfter StoneAfter StoneAfter
After this decisive action had been beentaken beent beentaken
taken t ken Mr McCreary moved that the thebill thebill thebill
bill be reported to the senate adversely adverselyin dverselyIn
in order to give the senate a chance chanceto
to consider it Mr Brandegee moved to totable totable totable
table the motion and this was carried carriedby carriedby carriedby
by a vote of 7 to 6 Mr Nixon voting votingwith votingwith votingwith
with the minority on this proposition propositionThis
This action effectually disposes of the themeasure tl1emensure themeasure
measure unless unl s the chairman should shouldappeal mouldappeal thouldappeal
appeal to the senate by resolution resolutionLodgeMade resolutionLodge resolutionLodgeMacle
LodgeMade Lodge Made Complaint ComplaintAfter Com ComplaintAfter plai nt ntAfter
After Mr Brandegees proposal that thatthe tl1atthe thatthe
the bill should be tabled Mr Lodge the thechairman thechairman thechairman
chairman addressed the committee committeeHe
He said the course proposed was un unusual unusual unusual ¬
usual and that there could be no good goodpurpore goodpurpo goodpurpore
purpore purpo e accomplished In thus prevent preventing peventing preventjug ¬
ing the senate from reviewing the ac action action action ¬
tion of the committee if it desired The Theopponents Theopponents Theopponents
opponents of the bill made no reply replyAfter teplyAfter xeplyAfter
After the bill had been effectually effectuallydisposed effectuallYdisposed effectuallydisposed
disposed of Mr McCreary moved to toreport torerort torcport
report his bill which provided for free freetrade freetrade freetrade
trade with the th Philippines immediate immediately ¬
ly This motion was lost only four foursenators foursenators foursenators
senators voting In the affirmative affirmativeThey affirmativeThEY affirmativeThe3r
They were McCreary Culberson Car Carmack Carmack Carmack
mack and Stone StoneThe StoneThe StoneThe
The Payne bill provides for the re reduction reduction reduction ¬
duction of ofduty duty on sugar tobacco and andrice andrice andrice
rice imported from the Philippines to
32 per cent of the DIngley Dingleyschedules Dingleyschedulesand schedules schedulesand schedulesand
and for absolute free trade after three threeyears threeears threeyears
years yearsCONGRESSMAN yearsCONGRESSMAN ears earsCONGRESSMAN
e
CONGRESSMAN HERMANN HERMANNDELAYS HERMANNDELAYS HERMANNDELAYSHISARRAI3NMENT
DELAYS DELAYSHISARRAI3NMENT DELAYSHISARRAI3NMENTWashington HIS ARRAIGNMENT ARRAIGNMENTWashington ARRAIGNMENTWashington
Washington March 2 2In In the crim criminal crimInal crimmat ¬
inal court today counsel for Repre Representative Representative Representative ¬
sentative Binger Hermann of Oregon Oregonwere Oregonwere Oregonwere
were given permission to file a demur demurrer demurrer demurrer ¬
rer to the indictment indic ment against Mr Her Hermann H Hermann r rmann ¬
mann charging him with destroying destroyingcertain deStroyingcertain destroyingcertain
certain official letters concerning the theaffairs theaffairs theaffairs
affairs of the United States general generalland generalland generalland
land office officeArguments officeArguments officeArguments
Arguments on the demurrer will be beheard beheard beheard
heard March 16 The action taken by byMr byMr byMr
Mr Hermann H rmann today postponed his ar arraignment arraignment arralgnment ¬
raignment which was set for today todayuntil todayuntil todayuntil
until the demurrer is disposed of ofBIG ofBIG ofBIG
BIG VERDICT RENDERED RENDEREDSpokane RENDEREDSpokane RENDEREDSpokane
Spokane Spokane Wash March 2 2A = A verdict verdictfor verdictfor verdictfor
for 587000 and costs was awarded by a ajury ajUry ajury
jury this morning to plaintiffs in the thesuit thasuit thesuit
suit of H A Hunter Hunterand and J A Young Youngof
of Minneapolis vs the Wenatchee Land Landcompany Landcompany Landcompany
company The suit was for damages damagesfor
for the sale of valuable timber lands landsin landsin landsIn
in Chelan county for which plaintiffs plaintiffshad plalntifrshad plaintiffshad
had the agencyPEKING agency agencyPEKING gencyPEKING
U I
PEKING IS QUIET QUIETf QUI ET ETPeking
4 + f Peking March 2 2The The city is ispert 4 4perfctIy f
4 + perfectly pert ctly quiet and the police to today today 4 +
4 + day appeared without rifles The Theofficials Theofficials + f
4 + officials explain that the police pollcewere + t
4 + 4 were armed to protect foreigners foreignersAlthough foreignersAlthough + f fAlthough
+ Although the government did not notanticipate 4 4anticipate f
4 + anticipate disturbances It was wasthought + 4thought
4 + thought best to show the intention intentionof 4 +
4 4 of the authorities to protect prot t for foreigners foreigners 4 +
4 + eigners eignersttttt 4 4HHPHH 4 4H
H HHPHH ttttt t t + + + + + M + + k + t t M MJ > t H Mt tr t >
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ALBERT ALutnl AIBCPT T I T11 I DATDIPIf PATRICK rAIKluR IQ IS lo PIWCH GIVEN uisiff lONGER IflHPUD LUnhtti ICAQC lEASE fir Ur OF HCH LIFE liltAlleged LIFEAlleged LIFEAlleged
Alleged Murderer of ofthe the Aged Millionaire William Marsh MarshRice MarshRice MarshRice
Rice Wilt Not Be Electrocuted on March 19 Ac According According According ¬
cording to Sentence
New Xc w York March 2 2Tlle The hearing on onthe onUte onthe
the motion for a new trial In the case caseof casef caseof
of f Albert T Patrick convicted of the themurder themurder themurder
murder of William Marsh Rice an anaged anaged
aged millionaire was adjourned today todaysary todayu1tiLAnrl13 todayWtiL4r1L3
u1tiLAnrl13 TiiJscuilLthaite WJlL1nake D Dsnry neces necessary
sary a further reprieve by Governor GovernorHJggins GovernorHiggins GovernorHiggins
Higgins as Patrick is now under sen sentence sentence sentence ¬
tence to be electrocuted on March 19 19District 19District 19District
District Attorney Jerome Informed InformedRecorder informedRecorder InformedRecorder
Recorder Goff Go before fore whom the hear hearing hearIng hearlug ¬
ing was being held that he would join joinwith joinwith joinwith
with Patricks attorney In the applica application application application ¬
tion for the reprieve reprieveRecorder reprieveRecorder reprieveRecorder
Recorder Goff said that he also would wouldgive wouldghe wouldgive
give his approval to the application applicationfor
for a new reprieve reprieveMr
Mr Jerome asked to strike out the theaffidavit theaffidavit theaffidavit
affidavit of John T Milliben of St StLouis StLOllis StLopis
Louis Patricks brotherinlaw from fromwhom fromwhom frontwhom
whom a telegram was received today todaysaying todaysa1ng todayssaying
saying that he would be unable to at attend attend attend ¬
tend Millikens affidavit concerns the themanner themanner themanner
manner in which the Texas witnesses witnessesfor
for Patrick were found and their state statements statements statements ¬
ments obtained Simultaneously with withthe withthe withthe
the district attorneys action Mr 01 OlTen 01SHAVJ 01SIIAI
SHAVJ TURNS TURNSMONEY MONEr LOOSE LOOSETen
Ten Millions of Dollars Will Be BeDeposited BeDeposited BeDeposited
Deposited in Some of Big BigStock BigStock BigStock
Stock Gambling Cities CitiesWashington CitiesVashin Cities1Washington
Washington Vashin gton March 2 2Secretary 2SecretaryShaw 2SecretaryShaw Secretary SecretaryShaw
Shaw today announced that he would wouldmake wouldmate wouldmake
make mate temporary deposits In public publictanks pubUctanks publicbanks
tanks amounting to 10000000 The Thesecretary Thesecretary Thesecretary
secretary in his statement says saysIn saysIIIn saysIn
IIIn In the month of February just justclosed justclosed justclosed
closed the treasury department locked lockedup lockedup lockedup
up about 10000000 four and apd a half mil million million nijilion ¬
lion by excess of government receipts receiptsover receiptsover receiptsover
over the expenditures and andseven seven seven mil millions mIIlions mulions ¬
lions by excess of deposits by lawful lawfulmoney lawfulmoney lawfulmoney
money for redemption of national nationalbank nationalbank nationalbank
bank circulation over and above the theactual theactual theactual
actual redemption For this reason the thesecretary thesecretary thesecretary
secretary of the treasury announced announcedthis announcedthis announcedthis
this afternoon that he would at once oncedeposit oncedeposit oncedeposit
deposit 10000000 of public funds in inexisting inexisting Inexisting
existing depository banks These de deposits depc dopcrlts ¬
posits pc its will be made entirely in Import Important important Important ¬
ant centers namely Boston New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York Philadelphia Phi1 d lphla Baltimore Chicago ChicagoStLouis c Ch1cagoSt rlcagoi
StLouis St 0 LouIs and New Orleans The de depcsits depcsits dcpcsits
pcsits will be temporary only and the thedepository thedepository thedepository
depository banks receiving them will willbe wlIlbe willbe
be called upon to return the same on onor onor onor
or aboutJuly 10 The deposits being beingof
of a temporary character the depart department department ¬
ment will accept their security satis satisfactory satisfactory tis tisf2ctory ¬
factory bonds bon ls on a basis of 90 per cent centof centof centof
of their value
cott counsel for Patrick made a mo motion motion metion ¬
tion to place on record three new newaffidavits newaffidavits newaffidavits
affidavits made by Edward D MoKen MoKenzie MoKenzle ioKenzie
zie of the stenographer to Judge JudgeKittrell Ju Ju1geKittrell ge geKittrell
Kittrell of Texas Adolph Coldian C ldian a ajCfealestate amal arxaLestata
jCfealestate mal tate dealer and andmnohman ranchman ranehm of ofHouston ofHouston ofHouston
Houston Texas and former Chief Chiefo ChiefoPoUce of ofPolice ofPolice
Police John C c Blackburn of this city cityMr cityMr cityMr
Mr Jerome objected but the affidavits affidavitswere affidavitswere affidavitswere
were admitted Recorder Goff also alsogave alsogave alsogave
gave permission to admit the affidavits affidavitsof
of H O Isit and SoL Williams of ofTexas ofTexas ofTexas
Texas He then ordered stricken from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the records the affidavits of John T TMilliken TMilliken TMilliken
Milliken Angela Bartle James Riordan Riordanand Riordanand Riordanand
and Fayette Fa Ctte Lee LeeMr Leelr LeeMr
Mr Olcott asked leave to serve on onthe onthe onthe
the district attorney any new matter matterwhich matterwhich matterwhich
which he should discover in the mean meantime meantime meantime ¬
time He said that today he had hadlearned l1adlearned hadlearned
learned that a brother of Charles F FJones FJones FJones
Jones had visited a lawyer in Texas Texasand Texasand Texasand
and asked if Jones could be punished punishedfor
for perjury committed in New York YorkHe YorkHe Yorklie
He said he meant to inquire into this thigThe thisrhe tiiisThe
The case was then adjourned until untilApril untilApril untilApril
April AprilBAD AprilBAD 3 3BAD
BAD WRECK ON THE THECHEYENNE THECHEYENNE THECHEYENNENORTHERN
CHEYENNE CHEYENNENORTHERN CHEYENNENORTHERNCheyenne NORTHERN NORTHERNCheyenne NORTHERNCheyenne
Cheyenne March 2 2Tho Tho engine and andthe andthe andthe
the mall and baggage cars of the north northbound northbound j
bound passenger train on the Cheyenne CheyenneNorthern CheyenneNorthern CheyenneNorthern
Northern railroad a branch of the theColorado theColor theColorado
Colorado Color do Southern broke through a atrestle atrestle atrestle
trestle at Buckhorn 125 miles north of ofCheyenne ofCheyenne ofCheyenne
Cheyenne this afternoon and fell Into Intothe intot intothe
the t he canyon Engineer Donahue Fireman FiremanRex FiremanRex FiremanRex
Rex and Mall Clerk Benjamin Guy all allof allof allof
of Cheyenne were injured Rex is In Internally internally internaily ¬
ternally injured and may die Guy is isseriously Isseriously Isseriously
seriously hurt and may also have re1 re1ceived re received received
ceived Internal injuries Donahue Is not notseriously notseriously notseriously
seriously hurt A special train with a awrecking awrecking awrecking
wrecking outfit left here at 1235 for the thescone thescone j jscene
scone of the wreck and the Injured will willbe willbe i ibe
be brought to Cheyenne tonight tonightThe tonightThe tonightThe
The passenger coaches stopped on the thevery thevety i iveiy
very brink of the chasm and not a sin single single singie ¬
gle passenger was Injured InjuredBAD injuredT InjuredBAD
T II IIBAD
BAD NEGROES WARNED WARNEDShreveport WARNEDShreveport
4 + Shreveport La March 2 2Forty 2Fortyroasked Forty 4 4 4masked
4 + masked citizen citlz n riding horses made madethe madethe 4 +
4 + the rounds in n the negro districts districtslast districtslast 4 4last +
+ last night nlghtand and warned negroes negroesthat negroesthat +
4 + that they must recognize law and andorder 4 +
4 order A strong organization has hasbeen hasbeen 4 +
4 + been effected and it is declared declaredthat 4 4that
+ that all disorderly negroes will be besummarlly besummarily 4 +
4 + summarily dealt with withH withttt withNOVELIST +
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Maria De Pereda the novelist is dead deadHe deadHe deadHe
He was born in 1833
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MISSISSIPPI TOWN IS ISWRECKED 3 3VVRECKED
WRECKED I BY DX TORNADO TORNADOI TORNADOWindstorm TORNADOWindstorm
Windstorm Strikes Meridian and Ter Terrible T Terrible er errible ¬
rible Havoc Is Wrought WroughtaFire Fire Add Added Adda Added >
a ed to Horror of the Situation Sit ation
Mobile Ala March 1 A longdis longdistance longdistance longdistance ¬
tance telephone message to the Item Itemfrom Itemfrom Itemfrom
from Meridian Miss Iiss says a tornado tornadoaccompanied tornadoaccompaIiied tornadoaccompanied
accompanied by a heavy rainstorm rainstormstruck rainstormstruck rainstormstruck
struck that city this evening at 630 630The 630The 630The
The storm center was in the southern southernportion southernportion southernportIon
portion of the city and particularly particularlyheavy particularlyheavy particularlyheavy
heavy along Front street one of the theprincipal theprincipal theprincipal
principal business streets of the town townNearly townNearly townNearly
Nearly every house on Front street is isreported Isreported isreported
reported to have been demolished The TheArmour TheArmour TheArmour
Armour Packing companys plant is isthe isthe isthe
the only building left standing and the theroof theroof theroof
roof of that is gone Fire broke out outin outin outin
in the ruins and despite the heavy heavyrain heavyrain heavyrain
rain the flames were burning fiercely fiercelywhen fiercel fiercelwhen fiercelywhen
when this report was filed A num number number number ¬ I
ber of bodies are reported to be In Inthe inthe Inthe
the ruins The Theclty city Is In total dark darkness darkness darkness ¬
ness the electric light plant having havingbeen bavingbeen havingbeen
been badly damaged The tornado did didsevere didsevere didsevere
severe damage at other points adjacent adjacentto
to Meridian and all trains entering enteringMeridian enteringMeridian enteringMeridian
Meridian are delayed delayedThe delayedThe delayedThe
The Western Union Telegraph com company company cornpany ¬
pany reported hav having ig lost fifteen miles milesof milesof milesof
of wire and the Postal Telegraph com company company cornpany ¬
pany also suffered great damage damageGreat damageGreat damageGreat
Great Fire Raging RagingA
A private longdistance message re received receIve received ¬
ceived from Meridian at 930 p m msays msays msays
says fire is raging In the devastated devastateddistrict devastateddistrict devastateddistrict
district The work of the rescuers Is Isgoing isgoing Isgoing
going on bravely but owing to all alllights alllIghts alllights
lights being out lanterns and candles candlesare
are being used and the work is nec necessarily necessarIly necessarily ¬
essarily slow It Is thought that 150 150bodies 150bodies 150bodies
bodies are In the wreckage The Union Unionstation Unionatatlon Unionstation
station is one of the buildings blown blownaway blownaway blownaway
away The telegraph wires are still stilldown stilldown stilldown
down between Meridian Mobile and andother andother andother
other points pointsA
A longdistance telephone message to tothe tothe tothe
the Item from Meridian gives details detailsof
of the tornado that struck that city at
630 this evening as follows followsDuring followsDuring followsDuring
During a heavy rainstorm at 630 630oclock 630oclock 630oclock
oclock a storm cloud developed in the thesouth 111esouth thesouth
south and moved on the city striking strikingFront slJikingFront stokingFront
Front street the business center with withfull withfull withfull
full force The wind was as blowing sev seventyfive sevenofive seventyfive ¬
entyfive miles an av anhpur hour r The h tornado tornadopassed t tarnadpassed < nnadgpassed
passed over in aboiltfwb aoout two minutes and andduring an anduring andduring
during that period three or fqur whole wholesquares wl10lesquares wholesquares
squares were devastated devastatedThe devastatedThe devastatedThe
The Heavy Losers LosersA
A conservative estimate places the thenumber thenumber thenumber
number of buildings blown down dow at atbetween atbetween atbetween
between thirty and forty The heaviest heaviestlosers l1eaviestlosers heaviestlosers
losers are the Meyer Neville N me Hard Hardware Hardware Hardware ¬
ware company Tom Lyle L le Co Jo Joseph Joseph Joseph ¬
seph Moore dry goods oods and groceries groceriesthe
the New Orleans Northwestern rail railroad railroad railroad ¬
road freight depot and other buildings buildingsthe
the names of which are not obtainable obtainableat
at this hour The Mobile Ohio depot depotis
is safe as well as the Southern hotel hotelbut hotelbut hotelbut
but the Grand Avenue < yenue hotel was con considerably considerably considerably ¬
siderably damaged The guests in the thelatter thelatter thelatter
latter building bu 1dlng escaped From the thebusiness thebusiness thebusiness
business center the tornado torna o jumped to tothe tothe tothe
the east end where a number of reel residences lesidences reeldences ¬
dences were blown down and others othersTjadly otlIer otlIeradly otliergbadly
badly adly damaged damagedThe damagedThe damagedThe
The correspondent stated that the thenumber thenumber thenumber
number of lives lost is small probably probablynot probabbnot
not more than three or four persons personsSeveral personsSeveral personsSeveral
Several fires were started as a result resultof resultof resultof
of the tornado but the only one of ofserious ofserious ofserious
serious consequence was that In one oneof oneof oneof
of the cotton compressors All fires fireswere fireswer fireswere
were wer extinguished by 10 p m mDead mDead mDead
Dead and Injured InjuredMemphis Injured1tlemphis InjuredMemphis
Memphis Tenn March 2 2A A large largenumber largenumber largenumber
number of persons are reported to be bekilled bekUJed bekilled
killed by the tornado at Meridian and andmany andmany andmany
many are missing and unaccounted for forAmong forAmeng forAmong
Among those known to be dead are areMrs areMrs areMrs
Mrs Emma Singleton and grand granddaughter granddaughter granddaughter ¬
daughter daughterMackey daughterMackey daughterMackey
Mackey SlaughterClaude Slaughter SlaughterClaude SlaughterClaude
Claude Williams WilliamsP
P T 1 Mclnnls conductor of the Mo Mobile lfobile Mobile ¬
bile Ohio railroad railroadWilliam railroadWIUiam railroadWilliam
William R Nelson NelsonAmong Nelsonomong NelsonAmong
Among omong the injured are Charles MAlexander M lLAlexander MAlexander
Alexander Charles H Woodside E H HBrown HBron HBrown
Brown Ernest Bennett Frank Wooo Woooruff Wooaruff Woodruff
ruff William Yarborough and W C CMorrison CMorrison CMorrison
Morrison
OVER 100 KILLED KILLEDLater KILLEDLater kILLEDLater
Later Reports Add to t Horror of the theDisaster theDisaster theDisaster
Disaster DisasterMobile DisasterMobIle DisasterMobile
Mobile Ala March 2 Information has hasreached l1asreached hasreached
reached Mobile by b telephone that a de destructive destructive destructive ¬
structive tornado visited Meridian Miss Missat lIIsSat MIssat
at GtSO 6 30 last evening killing twentyone twentyonewhite twentyonewl1Ite twentyonewhite
white persons and over 100 colored peo people people peopie ¬
ple and damaging property to the th extent extentof extentof extentof
of 1500000 U500000rhere 1500000Vrhere 1500000There
There were also scores seriously in injured injured injured ¬
jured by being caught In wreckage of ofhouses ofhouses ofhouses
houses The tornado caught the city on onthe onthe onthe
the southwest and traveled to the north northeast northeast northeast ¬
east expending Itself In the suburbs suburbswhere suburbswhere suburbswhere
where many negroes were killed and In Injured injured Injured ¬
jured a whole tenement district being beingwiped beingwiped beingwiped
wiped out outTwo outTwo outTwo
Two large wholesale stores one smaller smallerone
one the principal hQtel the electric electriclighting electriclIghUng electriclighting
lighting plant and all the smaller prop property Jroperty property ¬
erty between the Mobile Ohio railroad railroaddepot railroaddepot railroaddepot
depot and the business part of the city cityare cityare cityare
are badly damaged Twentyone men menwere nen nenwere en enwere
were caught in a restaurant and seeral seeralwere se seeralwere eral eralwere
were killed Two stories of the Y M MC lIC MC
C A building were wrecked and the up upper upper upper ¬
per story 5to stork of other buildings suffered sufferedDebris sufferedDebris sufferedDebris
Debris Caught Fire FireThe FireThe I IThe
The negro tenement district In the thenorth thenorth thenorth
north of the city cH was demolished and the thedebris thedebris thedebris
debris caught fire threatening a new newdanger newdanger newdanger
danger but the local department with withthe withthe withthe
the help of hundreds of citizens over overcame overcame overcaine ¬
came this after a hard fight They were wereassisted wereassisted wereassisted
assisted by the torrential rain following followingthe
the tornado tornadoThe tornadoThe tornadoThe
The city Is In darkness and the full fullextent funextent fullextent
extent of the disaster will not be known knownuntil knownuntil knowiuntil
until daylight The known path of the thestorm thestorm thestorm
storm was about 600 feet wide and one onemile onemile onemile
mile In length
Enormous Loss LossBirmingham LossMa LossBlrmlngham
Birmingham Ala March 2 2A A message messagereceived messagereceived messagereceived
received by b Superintendent A Griggs of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Alabama Great Southern at 11
oclock tonight from the operator at atToomsuba atToomsuba atToomsuba
Toomsuba Miss four miles north of ofMeridian atIeridian ofMeridian
Meridian who had just come from the thescene thescene thescene
scene of the disaster says that upward upwardof
of 100 persons were killed and that the theproperty thaproperty theproperty
property loss will be enormous He says saysall saysall saysall
all buildings between Front street and th thrailroad thA thArailroad thrailroad
railroad tracks were demolished and calls callsfor callsfer callsfor
for a large force of workmen to assist in inremoving Inremo1ng Inremoving
removing bodies from the debris were be being being belug ¬
ing made
Over Fifty DeaU DeadJackson DeaUJackson DeaUJackson
Jackson Miss March 2 2A A special to tothe tothe tothe
the Clarion Ledger from Meridian Miss Misssays Misssa Misssays
says sa s that It is estimated over fifty per persons persons peeSons ¬
sons are dead and scores are injured as asa a aa asa <
a result of the tornado there this after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon D E Bennett Claude Williams and andFrank andFrank andFrank
Frank Woodruff employes of the Meyer MeyerNeville MeyerNeville
Neville Hardware company com pan were buried buriedIn
In the debris when that building went wentdown wentdown wentdown
down Bennett escaped but the other othermen othermen othermen
men are still beneath the ruins ruinsEighteen ruInsEighteen ruinsEighteen
Eighteen Bodies Recovered RecoveredMemphis RecoveredMemphis RecoveredMemphis
Memphis Tenn March 2 2A A special to tothe totIte totile
the Commercial Appeal from Meridian MeridianMiss Meridtan1iss MeridianMiss
Miss says ys The Union and Quean and andCrescent alldCrescefit aMdCrescefit
Crescefit depots were among the depots depotsdemolished dopotRdemoUsh depotsdemolished
demolished d and It is believed that tl at more morethan morthan morethan
than a score are underneath the wreck wreckage wreckage ck ckage ¬
age Eighteen bodies have been recov recovered recovere recovered ¬
ered eredLA ere
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LA A FOllflTE is HEARD FROM FROMJunior fROMJunior FROMJunior
Junior Senator From Wisconsin WisconsinLeads WisconsinLeads WisconsinLeads
Leads Debate DebateAll All Day but butLoses butLoses butLoses
Loses His H is Case CaseWashington CaseVasldngton Case1waslilngton
Washington March 2 2The The senate to today todtlJ today ¬
day passed p ss d the bill providing for the set settlement settlement settiement ¬
tlement of the affairs of the t e fiv five ch crvilized chilized chilized
ilized tribes Under the guise of consid considering cop considering sld sldering ¬
ering the bill the senate spent practical practically ¬
ly the entire day da in discussion of the therailroad thel8l1road therailroad
railroad question The subject was raised raisedby risedby raisedby
by Mr LaFollettes proposed amendment amendmentto ondment ondmentto
to the t b Indian bill proPoSiam prohlDifflmj prohffi railroad railroadcompanies raltroadcompanies railroadcompanies
companies and and1heir andI l heir stocklramer 5toc e r from fromacquiring fromacquili fromacquiring
acquiring acquili the coal lands ni Indian lian Ter TerTiety Terliety Teexiety
Tiety and when the question was ojice ojicebefore Wlcebetore opcebeDre
before the thes senate nate nate1fe1 It h 1fe1 1E1d na Its place I ce un until until Until ¬
til almost almo t the close of the days session sessionNotwithstanding SCEsionNot1lthatanditlg sessionNotwithstanding
Notwithstanding Mr Ir LPoHette LaFol tt has sat satin satin satin
in the senate less than three months he heled heled heled
led the debate and occupied more time timetthan timetthan timetthan
tthan any other senator senat r He contended contendedthat contendedthat contendedthat
that the prohibition contained in his hisamendment hisamendment hisamendment
amendment is necessary to prevent the therailroads tbfraIroads tb tbraliroads
railroads from controlling the coal busi business busin business ¬
ness n of Indian Territory Late i lit the day daythe daythe daythe
the IjaFolletto amendment together withall withall with withall
all the Indian committees amendments amendmentsto
to the section were laid on the table tableThe tableThe tableThe
The bill has passed both house and andsenate andsenate andSenate
senate but as the senate amended It In Inmany Inmaly Inmany
many respects it will now go Into con conference conference conference ¬
ference It Is a general bill for f r the ad adjustment adjustment adjustment ¬
justment of the affairs of the five civ civilized clvfUzed civilized ¬
ilized tribes upon thalc abandonment of oftheir ottheir oftheir
their tribal organization organizationFollowing organizationFollowing orgaflizationFollowing
Following arc ar the more important fea features features features ¬
tures of the bill billRequires billRequires billRequires
Requires the enrollment enrollm nt of the tbemembers tbemembersof members membersof
of the five civilized tribes by March 3 41oT J J19Oi
1907 fixes the rights of the Indian freed freedmen freedmen fteedmen
men continues In office the present prin principal princlpal prinelpal ¬
cipal chiefs transfers suits from the In Indian InWan ¬
dian to the United States courts au authorizes 811tborIzes anthorizes ¬
thorizes the secretary secr tary of the Interior to toassume tlassume toassume
assume charge of and sell the t e tribal tribalbuildings tribalbuildingS tribalbuildings
buildings for the benefit of the tribes tribesa trlbesgives
gives hIm control of the schools tribesi unli unlia untli untlia
a regular state or territorial school sys system sy sytm systern ¬
tem Is adopted amoves some of the re restrictions restrictions restrictions ¬
strictions placed upon allottees In th thmatter thmatter thmatter
matter of alienation tllIen tlon of lands authorizes authorizessectional authorizessectional
sectional line roads gives lves authority t telectric telectric >
electric roads and light and power com companies companics ¬
panics to locate canals reservoirs e evoirs ar ardams art aridams artdams
dams extends some of the Oklahom OklahomIKWS Oklahomlaws
laws 1 vS to Indian Territory and extands tl tlpresent jbe jbepresent h hpresent
present tribal relations and government governmentuntil governm governmentuntil nt ntuntfl
until March 4 1907 1907CUT 1907CUT 1907CUT
CUT OUT OUTTHE THE TRADE TRADEAuto TRA E EAuto
Auto Manufacturers Must Be Kept KeptOff KeptOff KeptOff
Off Racing Board BoardLos BoardLos BoardLos
Los Angeles March 2 2E E R Thomas ThomasBufflao a aBUfflao aBuiflao
Bufflao N Y automobile manufacturer manufacturerwho
who Is at present in this city cit last night nightwired nightwired nightwired
wired the Automobile association assoclo lon at atChicago atChicago atChicago
Chicago protesting against the appoint appointment appointment appointment ¬
ment of any agents or members of Au Automobile Automobile Automoblie ¬
tomobile manufacturing firms on the rac racing racing raelug ¬
ing board which will judge the next Van Vanderbilty Vanderbilt Vanderbilt
derbilt derbilty cup race The appointments are aresoon aresoon aresoon
soon to be made In Chicago Mr Thomas Thomasis
is constructing three racing machines machineswhich machineswhicl1 uiathineswhich
which ho will enter In the Vanderbilt Vanderbiltrace
race raceFOUNDRY raceFOUNDRY
I I IFOUNDRY
FOUNDRY COMPANY COMPANYPRESIDENT COMPANYRESIDE COMPANYPRESIDENT
PRESIDENT RESIDE JT ARRESTED ARRESTEDChicago
Chicago March 2 2Samuel Samuel O Wallace Wallacepresident Vtallacepresident Wallacepresident
president of the Union Forge Foun Foundry Foundry Foundry ¬
dry company of Vandergrift Pa Is un under under under ¬
der arrest here on a charge of having havingembezzled haYlngembezzled havingembezzled
embezzled taore than 20000 belonging to tothe tothe tothe
the firm A charge of conspiracy against againstWallace aglU againstWallace st stYallacc
Wallace is also made and three other othermen othtmen othermen
men said to have nve been indicted In Icted along alongwith aJongwith alongwith
with Wallace by the grand jury of West Westmoreland Westmoreland Vestmoreland ¬
moreland county are being sought soughtWallace soughtVallace soughtWallace
Wallace admitted his Identity i ortfty but de declined declined dedined ¬
clined to discuss dt uss his case caseNOT casel caseNOT caseNOT
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NOT ANXIOUS ANXI US FOR WAR WARParis WARParis WARParis
Paris March 2 2The The Journal tpday tpdaypublishes tpdaypublishes tpdaypublishes
publishes the result of an investigation investigationmade investlgftltionmade invostigstlonmade
made by its correspondents along the theGerman theGerman theGerman
German frontiers The paper says the theGermans theGermans theGermans
Germans do not desire war but the theGerman theGerman theGerman
German army Is ready and its superior superiormobilization superiormobilization superiormobilization
mobilization plans permit a rapid inva invasion invasion invasion ¬
sion of French territory The Journal Journalcounsels Journalccunsels Journalcounsels
counsels the abandonment of < French Frenchreliance Frenchreliance Frenchreliance
reliance on fortifications and the adop adoption adoption adoption ¬
tion of the German plan of a rapid rapidInvasion rapidinyasion rapidInvasion
Invasion of the enemys territory territorySECRET territoryI territorySECRET territorySECRET
I V
SECRET MOVEMENT MOVEMENTParis MOVEMENTParis
+ Paris March 2 2According to toinformation +
4 + Information which has reached reachedofficial 4 +
4 4 official headquarters here a move movement 4 4
4 4 ment against Venezuela is on foot footThe footThe +
4 + The revolutionists are concentrat concentmting concentrating +
4 + ing on the island of Trinidad Trinidadwhere 4 4
4 4 where they are awaltihg arms and andsuppu 4 4 4supplies
+ 4 supplies suppu s previous to landing on onthe 4 4 4the
4 + the Venezuelan coast co t ttt +
< + tt 4 444 + + 44 + 4e + + + 9 + + + i + IJ h H r + + + t + + + t + lf + i iX f fI
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