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I APRIL 3 1906 1 qo 10 i n PAGES Price FrieeFive Kve ve Cents say sayI
General Overseer of the Chicago ChicagoZion ChicagoZion I
Zion Deposed for Teaching Doc Doctrine Doetrifle
trine of Polygamy PolygamyPHOPERTY PolygamyPROPERTY
Chicago April J The open revolt revoltagainst revoltagalnst revolta
against a gal nst John Alexander Alexand cr Dowle which whichtook whichtook whichtook
took place yesterday was followed to today tolay tolay
lay by the transfer of all the public publicproperty publicproperty publicproperty
property of the Church of Zion to
Alexander Alexand r Granger whose dismissal
had been directed dlr dlrect < > ct d by Dowle in a tele telegram teleram telegram ¬
gram ram from from Mexico MexicoA
A warranty deed d ed and a bill of sale salewere salewere salewore
were filed today in the th Lake county
court at Waukegan 111 by TV Y T G
Voliva the present head of Zion who whowas whowas whowas I
was appointed by Dowie some months monthsago monthsago monthsago I
ago by h which all the lands standing standin
in the th < > name of Dowie and his wife I
are made over to Granger for the ben benont b n I
ont tit of Zion City ity and the followers of ofd
d Howie generally Voliva holds hol s from
Dowie a t power pow r of attorney and by
virtue of it he has turned over to toraxiger
Granger raxiger everything ever JhinH portable in Zion
City Clt even to the bed of Dowie DowieShilohhoiise DowieShilohho DowieShilohhoUse
Shilohhoiise Shilohho se Taken Away AwayAll AwayJl AwayMI
All Jl the officials of Shiloh House Rou
the Dowio residence the horses and andcarriages andarriages indcarriages
carriages the machinery in the mills millsand millsnnd millsand
and everything In n the name ml1n of Dowje Dowjeoutside Dowieoutslie Dowleoutside
outside of personal perso tal belongings of the therpsidents therpsldents thersjdenth
rpsidents of the town has been taken
pway > wav from the control of the denosed
first first apostle apostleDowie apostleDOll apostleDowie
Dowie who is known ns fI Elijah III IIInnd HIHld TIInod
nod First Apostle of the Church of
Zion City is h i in temporary exile in
Mexico ithither ho h
went partlv to re recain recain reraIn
cain his shattered health and partly
to carry forward one of his plantation plantationschemes plantationseltemes
schemes homs His wife and son it is is1almed Isilalnied
laimed bv the residents of Zion City
bave allied tboniselvos with Voliva Volivawho Vollvawho Volivawho
who w was s called by Dowie from Aus A lS
finlia f r 1in to conduct the affairs of Zion
< Mtv It v when Dowies > owi s health became becameshattered becametlh
shattered tlh ttred
The Fh 10 action
deposing Dowie fuom rc rccontrol > c
t tin hp control cont tl of Zion Olt Cftr v and Its lt re
lisrJous lf Jou and nc1 busineoc affairs
was tak takn takntf n nft
tf t ft f meeting hold yesterday in the theDowle
Z Zlotz lotI c cDowie
JHtY tibinaeJ tibinaeJDowie Pnacl
Dowie Taught TaughtPolygamy TaughtPolygamyLJIJ Polygamy PolygamyI
I LJIJ jU < in I the
< day H rJl1l Hlilprr rrtl1tl m me1it us Wl
fflJ1t wnjt e1it to Dowlp In Mexico irxl < 1 imouncin sitnouneing
vtHjrt t t he had h < < cl bean suspended from the
church < thflt he founded > He is I He Herlnred d p
rlnred to have advised some ome of bi hie
followers foHou < > rH to practice pra < t ie polygamy poly am and
hares hRr es of extravagance pxtrava aJce and ant jnismnn n1i mtn
nirpmeht nrpmettare n vpme t are ar < > also made aeninst him
The message sent to Dowle from
Zion City is ns follows followsDowie followsDowl follows41Dowk
Dowie Ocotlah Jalisco Jiti isen Mexico
Telejrran received leCI > lvd hero hE > r and an Chicaeo
Practically all including rineinnatireports rincinnatirpportq Cincinnati
reports indorse Volivas administra ¬ I
tion t Ion Rneirhers reinstatement relf1stpt retnst tement JTtent Oransr Oransrors Gran c rang rangors I
ors Js retention r < > tention emohatically
nrotesi nroteHfin nroteHfinn nroteslirg ing
njrainst n JJ siint nst your oxfraajrance Ixf ra ravagance vnJZ U1Ce hypocrisy h vnocri y
misrepresentations mlsremespn trition exsrrcreratlons exp geontlons ty f frannv ¬
ranny and iniusti injustffOA o You Yo are hereby
suspemlwl USPlnt1 from office and nd membership m
for polygamous pobr mo11s t aohinsr tnahin and > nd rth r thr r
grave eViRrees See I > e letter l ttE > r Quietly Ouietlvretire QuietlvPt
retire Pt Irp Further interference intprfer
ncc will nre nreeipltate
ipitato complete exposure DoBurp rebellion rebpl1lon1pJaJ
legal proceeding pror pdin1r Your statement of ofstupendously orthltpndCl1sly ofstupendously
stupendously matrnlfie mumifiant < nt financial financialoutlook financia1futJook financialoutlook
outlook Is I extremely extrptt1 < > I foolich in view of
thousands I suffering Rufferln su fforing
through thron h your yourshameful yourFhampful yourshameful
shameful i lismltuaJmpnt niIsmamg isnmi asrement en t Zion and anderedilors an anrredlfors hindcreditors
creditors will be protected protect d at all allcosts aIcosts allcosth
Signed by Voliva VolivaThe VolivaT VolivaThe
The T e measacre was signed sl ed by W W f r
Voliva general enera I overseer oorsppr William William J J1 J1PIper JTPiper
Piper overseer for Chicago micago H TZ E8nte 1E 1Ente
ranre 8nte nte overseer nvers < > er for United Kingdom
H D Bransfield vice Ice president Zion Zionuniversity ZIonunhersity Zionuniversity
university Overseer John ExceU Excellreneral ExceUppn Exceueener9
reneral ppn rsl 1 ecclesiastical pcc1e iastleal secretary secretar and nd
Tolm G Speicher overseer for Zion
ritv Cl th t
This is our ultimatum to Dowle DowleB DowieF1id Dowlesaid
B said id Voliva speaking for the signers signersof si111 1S 1Sof
of the cablegram We have not tak taken tlkIn taken ¬
en this step without serious considera consideration consideration consideration ¬
tion and wo now await Dowles fur further further furthor ¬
ther action Our legal positions in In
t under rue Jpneral power or at at10rney atvice
toraey which I hold and upon the ad advice adie adits ¬
vice ie of our legal advisers I have trans transferred transfprred transferred ¬
ferred the entire estate to Alexander AlexanderGranger A1exanrlerGranger AlexanderGranger
Granger general enera financial manager I Ihave rhae Ihave
have taken this action believing it to 0 01IP
1 1IP e best for the protection of Zion and andHs amlftfl andlorney
Hs creditors redltor It is a defensive move movement m mvemeat ve vemp11t ¬
meat and it now remains for Dowie to toact toart toat
act We now no intend going right ri ht ahead aheadand aheadand aheadand
and the whole institution will be put putin iJutin putin
in good order orderAsked orclerAsked orderAsked
Asked about the charge of polygamy polygamyteaching polgamytpaching polygamyteaching
teaching mentioned In the cablegram cablegramOverseer cablegramOprseer cablegramOverseer
Overseer Voliva said saidThe saIdThe saidThe
The teaching of polygamy was not notmade notmade notmade
made In public but was done private privately ¬
ly I shall not go into details 4n this thismatter thismatter thismatter
matter until Dowle has had an oppor opportunity opportunity opportunity ¬
tunity to reply to the charge chargeI
t ite today Alexander Granger to towhom toWhom towhom
whom under his power of attorney attorneyoverseer attorneyOversMr attorneyOverser
overseer Voliva turned over all of the theZion theZion theZion
Zion City property standing In ihe ihename Lhename he hename
name of Dowle made a reconveyance reconveyanceto
to Voliva thus giving givln to him all the theauthority theauthority he heauthority
authority in power formerly held by byDowie byDowie byDowle
Mexico Project Abandoned Abandoned
Dowles project t > for the establishment establishmentof
of a colony c lon in Mexico will be b abandoned abandonedby
by h the new administration of Zion City
r Donle > owie will Ill be given an allowance > ac according acordlng according ¬
cording to advices from Zion City Clt to tonight tonight toiigbt ¬
night sufficient to maintain a residence residencein
in Mexico if he > so desires or he will willchurch willbp willbe
bp received b bY the new officers of the thehurch thechUrCll
church as a common citizen should shouldplect be beelect beelect
elect to return and take up his resi residence rpsldenc residenc ¬
denc in Zion City No action under the thecriminal thecriminal thecriminal >
criminal laws will be taken against him himon himnn himAn
on account of the funds he is alleged to tohave tohRVC tohave
have wasted nor will anv civil action actionbe actionbp actionbe
be brought to recover reco r If the deposed deposedleader deposedpader deposedleader
leader becomes obstreperous however it itwas Itwas itwas
was said that his son Gladstone > was pro propared pnTlared prcpared
pared to make revelations that would wouldstartle wouldRtarUe wouldstartle
startle the world No leplv lep1 to the ca ¬
blegram sent today toda from Zion City to
Howie Do fe is expected tonight inasmuch as a
Dowle In I an eight hours Journey from
the telegraph station
White House Court Review Amend Amendment Amendnient Amendment ¬
ment to the Rate Bill Offered Offeredin
in the Senate SenateSOME SenateSOME SenateSOME
Washington April 2 2lhe The amendment amendmentto
to the house railroad rate bill agreed up upon upon upon ¬
on at the White House Saturday by
friends of the bill providing for a lim limited lImftcd limuIted ¬
ited review r iew of orders of the interstate interstatecommerce interstatecommerce Interstatecommerce
commerce commission was offered in inthe Inthe
the senate today by b Mr Long of Kan Kansas Kansas Kansas ¬
sas but he was not able to get the
floor to make his hisspeech speech on the bill
The principal speech today was made
by Mr Fulton of Oregon who spoke for
the bill It was a legal argument bear ¬
ing upon the constitutional questions in involved involved ¬
volved in the legislation and interrup ¬
tions were so frequent that the speech speechamounted speechamounted speechamounted
amounted to a L debate on law points pointswhere pointswhere pointswhere
where the speaker divided time with a amajority amajority
majority of the lawyers of the senate
Mr Ir Nelson of Minnesota and Mr Ir Hey Be
burn of Idaho made brief speeches on
the bill
Almost Unanimous UnanimousWashington UnanimousR3hillJton UnanimousWashington
Washington April 2 2Thief Chief among the themeasures th thmeasures themeasures
measures passed by b the house today was j
the socalled personal liability Ifabilit bill billwhich billwhich I Iwhich
which has betn favored by the army arm of ofrailway ofrailway ofrailway
railway employes throughout the coun
try tr and which practically had an unani unanimous unanimuons j
mous report from the committee Mem
bers of the house showed great interest
in the measure and had a division been beencalled beencalled beencalled
called for the bill would have had an analmost analmost analmost
almost unanimous vote voteAnother voteAnother VoteAnother
Another measure changing existing law lawwhich lawnhi lawwhich
which nhi h excited a filibustering opposition oppositionwas
was the bill permitting the fortification of ofsweet ofsweet ofsweet
sweet wines and levying a tax tn of 3 cents centsa
a gallon on all wines thus fortified A Anumber Anumber Anumber
number ofbills olbiUs of biIls were passed under sus suspension suspension suspension ¬
pension or of the rules
Kansas City Preacher Charges a aMiddle aMiddle aMiddle
Middle State Senator With Be ¬
ing a Polygamist PolygamistKansas PolygamistKansas i iKansas
Kansas City April 2 2Hev Rev Alexander AlexanderLewis AlexanderLewis I ILewis
Lewis pastor p3 tor of the he First Congregational Congregationalj Congregationalchurch Congregationalchurch
j church preaching prea llng yesterday on Divorce
It Its Evijp VfJF and Remedies said in part
fA A great cry cr r went up because the po
lygnraist Roberts ob > rts was elected to con congress ¬
gress regsBut But ijrotpstlng JrotpstlngshOU11 should netend not end with
Roberts for there are other polygamists
in congress congressThe congressThe congressTho
The senator from one on of oar middle middlestates middlestates middlestates
states the chairman of one of the most
j important committees > s 1s just as much a apolygamist apolygamist apolygamist
polygamist as Roberts RobertsIt
It is f publicly r known that simply be because because because ¬
cause he took a fancy to another wo womi wom womzm
mi m mzm > n his first wife was forced to seek seeka
a divorce divorceIt
It seems to make a vast difference differencewhether differencewhether differencewhether
whether the people who figure in these
disgraceful episodes pit4odf < are members of the
New X > w York Four Hundred > d or the follow followers followers followera ¬
ers of Brigham Young YoungPRIVATE YounSPRIVATE YoungPRIVATE
Assets Fall Far Short of the Known KnownLiabilities KnownLiabilities KnownLiabilities
Peoria Ills April 2 2rhebank 2The The bank of ofTois ofTois ofThis
Tois Smith Co ab Pekin Tazwell Tazwellcounty Tazwellcounty Tazwellcounty
county failed to open for business to ¬
day having assigned to U J Albert Albertson Albertson Albertson
son as trustee trusteeTrustee trusteeTrustee trusteeTrustee
Trustee Albertsen issued a state statement statement statement ¬
ment today In which he urged the thecreditors thecreditors thecreditors
creditors of the bank to avoid use ¬
less litigation as it would only pro prolozmg ¬ i
long a settlement of the banks affairs affairsNo I
No official statement of assets and andliabilities
liabilities has yet been made The lia liabilities liabilities hahllities ¬
bilities due to depositors and other otherbanks
banks are said to be in excess of 400
000 against which there are assets of ofabout of2bout ofabout
about 250000 2 O000 a portion of which is isworthless isworthless Isworthless
worthless The failure is due to large largesums largesums largesums
sums of money advanced to the Smith SmithWagon SmithWagon SmithWagon
Wagon works and the Smith Plow Plowshops Plowshops Plowshops
shops at Pekin two large industries industriesThese IndustriesThese industriesThese
These had been carried to such an anextent anextent anextent
extent that the bank could no longer longercontinue longercontinue longercontinue
continue in business Neither has yet yetbeen yetbeen yetbeen
been affected by the failure The bank bankwas bankwas bankwas
was founded by Teis Smith in 1866 and andhad andhad andhad I
had continued since as a private bank bankwith bankwith bankwith
with D C Smith as president and andConrad andConrad andConrad
Conrad Luppen as treasurer
Wickersham Wi kersham WinsHis Wins + Iis Case in Unit United Unitcd United
ed States Supreme Court CourtWashington Courtashington CourtWashington
Washington April 2 21n In the case of ofhe ofthe ofthe
the + he United States vs Wickersham the theupreme theJpreme thejpreme
Jpreme court today toda decided that a aperson aperson aperson
person employed in the civil service servicemay servicemay servicemay
may recover damages on account of ofsuspension ofsuspension ofsuspension
suspension from office by a subordi subordinate subordinate subordinate ¬
nate official affirming the decision of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the court of claims claimsWickersham claimsWicltcrsham claimsWickersham
Wickersham was a clerk in the of office office offlee ¬
fice of the surveyor general of the thestate thestate thestate
state of Idaho and in 1896 was dis discharged discharged dlscharged ¬
charged by the surveyor general with without without without ¬
out receiving notice in writing as was wasthen wasthen wasthen
then required under the civil service serviceregulations serviceregulations serviceregulations
regulations He was afterwards re restored restored yestored ¬
stored on the order of the commission commissioner ¬
er of the general land office but was wasagain wasagain wasagain
again dismissed in 1898 He brought broughtsuit broughtsuit broughtsuit
suit in the court of claims for his sal salary salary salary ¬
ary for the entire time that he was out outof outof outof
of office and the court of claims claimsawarded claimsawarded claimsawarded
awarded it for six months covering the theperiod theperiod theperiod
period of suspension
+ Madrid April 2 2lIadrid Madrid via the thefrontier thefrontierThe + f
4 + frontier frontierThe = The Spanish authorities authorItieshave authoritieshave + f
4 + have discovered an anarchist plot plotat 1ot 1otat + f
4 + at Lebrija twentynine twent nlne miles from frolnSeville fromSeville + f
4 + Seville the notorious center of the theblack theblack +
4 + black hands to assassinate the thero theroyal 4 +
4 + royal ro al family during the visit of ofKing 4 4King f
4 + King Alfonso the dowager dow ger Queen QueenChristiana QueenChrisliana +
4 + Christiana and the sister of the theking theking + f
4 + king the infanta Marja Teresa to toSeville 4 +
4 4 Seville during holy jveek veek veekThe veekThe +
4 The censorship prevents the thesending thesending +
+ 4 sending of details regarding the theconspirac theconspiracy +
4 + conspiracy conspiract 4 +
4 + + + + t + + t t 4 4 + t t + + 4 + + + + MHMH 4 + + + + J + + t + + M + t + t n +
I And nd the Cat Came Back I
Proposition to Name the Proposed Monster Battleship Afterthe After Afterthe Afterthe
the Chief City of the Country Arouses Friends Friendsof
of the Famous Cruiser
Washington Vashh1g l April A prll 2 2TIme The suggestion suggestionthat sug g es tiO n i ithat
that the thnJroJecftmO500 TjrojScitBa OjSOO Ton battleshipr battleshiprwhieh b battlashtpwhich ttl shtIT shtITwhicli
which congress is expected to author authorize authorize authorize ¬
ize at the present session should be benamed benamed benamed
named New York involving the aban abandonment abandonment aba abadonment ¬
donment of that name for the armored armoredcruiser armoredcruiser armoredcruiser
cruiser which was the flagship during
the Spanish war of the Atlantic Ieet fleetthe Ieetthe Ieetthe
the most formidable naval force ever evergathered evergathered evergathered
gathered under the American flag has hascaused hascaused hascaused
caused some commotion in naval cir circles circles cirdes ¬
cles des
While realizing the policy of secur securing secur securIng securIng ¬
ing support for forthe the navy by irentifying irentifyingthe
the ships with great cities many naval navalofficers navalofficers
officers hold that for sentimental rea reasons reasons reasons ¬
sons ships should not be christened christenedwith christenedwith christenedwith
with names of vessels that have been beenfamous beenfamous beenfamous
famous in their th < > ir own time that the thelatter thelatter thehatter
latter should be permitted to retain retainfor ietainfor retainfor
for themselves what reputation they the
Des Moines la April 2 2Governor 2GovernorFolk 2GovernorFolk Governor GovernorFolk
Folk who arrived here today to be bepresent bepresent bepresent
present at theJefferson the Jefferson day banquet banquettonight banquettonight I Itonight
tonight dictated an interview for pub publication pubIfcatIon publicatlon ¬
lication in which he declared that thatevery thatevery j jevery
every state in too Union should enact enactantipass enactantipass i iantipass
antipass and statewide promary promarylaws promaryla promarylaws
laws la wa Governor Folk called on Gov Governor Governor Coyernor ¬
ernor Cummins at the state house and andlater andlater andlater
later addressed the Iowa I va legislature legislatureConcerning legislatureConcerning legislatureConcerning
Concerning the free pass evil Gov Governor Governor ¬
ernor Folk said saidThe saidThe saidThe
The free pass is the most hideous hideousinsidious hideousInsidIous hideousinsidious
insidious species of bribery and the thesooner thesooner thesooner
sooner the practice is stopped the bet better better better ¬
ter it will be for the thevubIlc public welfare welfareThe welfareThe welfareThe
The primary system is so manifestly manifestlythe
the right proper and honest method methodof methodofmaking of ofmaking ofmaking
making party nominations it is hard hardly hardly hardly ¬
ly necessaryto necessary to comment onit onitWill on It Itwili ItWill
Will Visit Kansas City CiyKansas Ci CityKansas y yKan3as
Kansas City Cit April 2 2Governor Governor Jos Joseph Joseph Joseph ¬
eph W Folk who passed through throughKansas throughKansas throughKansas
Kansas City last night en route to toDes toDes toDes
Des Moines is quoted as saying he hewould hewould hewould
would return here on Tuesday Tuesd Ymorn Ymorning morn morning morntrig ¬
ing and in company with members of ofthe ofthe ofthe I
the local police board and board of ofelection ofelection ofelection
election commissioners make the therounds therounds therounds
rounds of the voting preclncts preclnctsThere rcreclnctsThere s sThere I
There have been many arrests here
may m y have earned earne The Thc N NYork j sw Y York rk is isSfet 1setdown 5 5etdown
Sfet etdown down trgTreihapgtlrg nspe tjrththapsthremuable ihap t1r inustgbthvice inustgbthviceable v tIvilC tIvilCable
able ship In the navy navynCcordfng according to the therecord theretord therecord
record recordShe retordShe recordShe
She has been Jeen always al WS ready read for the thehardest Utehard thehardest
hardest hard st and most unexpected unex > ect d service serviceand senIceand serviCeand
and It is said of her that seven years yearsafter yearsafter ears earsafter
after she went first into commission commissionshe commissionshe
she made the run from Boston to New NewYork NewYork ew ewYork
York at an average speed of 20 O knots knotsrepeating knotsrepeating knotsrepeating
repeating easily her initial trial trip triprecord trIprccor triprecord
record rccor which is without precedent in inthe Inthe Inthe
the navy After undergoing two years yearsrepairs yearsrepairs yearsrepairs
repairs at the Boston navy yard ard the thevessel thevessel timevessel
vessel will be commissioned practical practically ¬
ly a new ship and the majority of ofnaval ofnaval ofnaval
naval officers believe that she should shouldnot shouldnot shouldnot
not be deprived of her name and sad saddled saddled saddIed ¬
dled with that of another and lesser lessercity lessercity lessercity
city as must be the case under the
law if any change is made
Governor Folk Expresses ExpressesHis His Opinion of the Free Pass Evil EvilEndorses EvilEndorses EvilEndorses
Endorses the Primary PI illlary System of Making MakingParty MakingFarty MakingParty
Party Nominations Nomin tions
since the primaries for illegal regis ¬
tration and in this respect Governor
Folk said saidIn saIdIn ald aldIn
In case there be any crimes against
the ballot I shall aid as faras far as I am amable L Lable
able in seeing that
the offenders are arcpunished arepunishedk
punished punishedEvery punishedEvery punishedkEvery
Every police official in the city cU was wascalled wascalled wascalled
called before the police board today
and given personal Instructions
re regarding regarding
j garding the duties
of the police on onelection onelection
election day dayINSURANCE da daylNSURANCEGRANDJURy
This Time Recorder RecorderGoff Goff Delivered Deliveredthe Deliveredthe I Ithe
the Charge ChargeNew ChargeNew ChargeNew
New York April 2 2Recorder Recorder Goff at
the empanelling of the April grand jury jur
in the court of general sessions today tOda
instructed the jury to take up insurance
matters These matters he said had I
been called to his attention by b Judge
O Sullivan who presided over overthe the March L
grand jury He said it appeared to him
that the March grand jury jur had been
properly Instructed Instru ted by b both Judge OSul
livan and District Attorney Jerome that
there was reasonable ground for the be ¬
Itethat lief that there Is available evidence show ¬
ing that crime had been committed in the th
Insurance matter He instructed the
grand jury that It had untrammeled
pow powers powers ¬
ers to act in the matter as it saw fit
I the Dollar Man ManWants ManI
I Wants this thisPap Paper PaperHe r I II I IHe I
He goes to people on the street cars today Motormen con conductors conductors
ductors and passengers Have you a copy of this mornings morningsHerald morningsHerald
Herald 1 I am the dollar man manKeeprflilspaper i iKeeprfms
Keeprfms Keeprflilspaper paper fr forhim im imrrr
rrr rir
Another An ther Big ig Landslide Lan slid at t Tunnel unnel17 unnel17Which 17 17Which 1 7
Which Nearly Caught So Southern SouthernPacific iIt1 ii iiP
Pacific P ific Passenger PassengerBakersfieia P sse ge geBakersfieltl
Bakersfield Cal April 2 2rraffic 2rrafficove Traffic Trafficover IC ICover
over the joint track of the Southern SouthernPacific Southeri1Pacific ii
Pacific and a d Santa Fe is at t a complete completestandstill completes e estandstill
standstill s mdstill over the Tehachapi moun mountain mountaIn 1 ¬
tain tam on account of ofthe the third of a suc succession succession ¬
cession of big landslides at tunnel 17 17three 17three 1 7
three miles west of Tehachapi and it itis itIs
is not expected that the track will be beopen beopen 1 e
open and trains moving before tomor tomorThe tomorrow r
row rowThe
The latest landslide occurred early earlythis earlythis earl y ythis
this morningshortlyafter morning shortly after the one at attunnel attunnel it ittunnel
tunnel No 8 had been cleared The Thej Thetrains Thi ie
j trains had received orders to leave leaveTehachapi leaveTehachapi 1ea 0
Tehachapi on the Southern Pacific PacificNo Pliclfico
No o 7 had just emerged from tunnel tunnelwhen 17 17when 17when
when without warning tons and tons tonsof tonsof tonsof
of earth ahd rock precipitated from fromabove fromabove fromabove
above to the track barely missing the therear therear
rear end of the train The train ar arrived arrhed ¬
rived at Bakersfield at 1230 this morn morning moming ¬
ing over seventeen hours late and andaboard andaboard andaboard
aboard It was y s the Pollard Oper com company company cornpany ¬
pany which had ail an engagement to toshow toshow
show in this city cft last night nightIn nightIn nightIn
In the local yards Santa Fe and andSouthern andSouthern 1 1Southern
Southern Pacific passenger passe ger trains were werestalled werestalled 1 1st
stalled st Ued all day and at Tehachapi west westbound westbound westbound ¬
bound trains met the same fate W WS SVS V VS
S Tevis the local millionaire and andparty a1dparty aidparty
party were stalled The Norris NorrisRowe KorrisRowe NorrisRowe
Rowe circus in a special train which whichwas whIchwas
was billed to show here today has hasbeen hasbeen
been stalled at Tehachapi for two days daysnow dasnow
now and is unable to move causing causingcancellation causIngcancellation causingcancellatIon
cancellation of two dates The Lit Little Little Littie ¬
tle Johnny Jones Opera company is isalso isalso isalso
also a victim ofthe of the disaster and will willbe wIllbe willbe
be unable to open its date tonight in inLos inLos inLos
Los Angeles The troupe has been beenlaying be beenlaying n nlaying
laying over in Bakersfield all day and andlate andlato andlate
late this afternoon left for the moun mountains mountains mounthins ¬
tains on No No8 8 over seventeen hours hourslate hourslate hourslate
late The passengers will be trans transferred transferred transferred ¬
ferred if possible possibleLarge possibleLarge possibleLarge
Large crews of men have been at atwork atwork atwork
work and it cannot be ascertained ascertainedwhen ascertainedwhen ascertainedwhen
when the road will be cleared C eaTcd Trouble Troublehas Troublehas Troublehas
has been experienced by the company companyat
a at this point for several years but butnever butnever butnever
never have the slides been so close be before before before ¬
fore foreLOS foreLOS foreLOS
Rumor Rumor That Rockefeller Will Move Moveto Moveto Moveto
to Southern California CaliforniaLos
Los Angeles Cal April 2 2Thme The Ex Express Express Express ¬
press today says John D Rockefel Rockefeller Rockefeller ¬
ler expects to make his home in south southern southern southem ¬
ern em California He has bought the theCarmellta theCarmel1t theCarmelita
Carmellta property pr perty in Pasadena for forwhich forwhich forwhich
which it is said he paid 250000 and andhas andhas andhas
has arranged to expend 200000 more morebefore morebefore morebefore
before he enters upon Its occupancy occupancyThe occuvancyThe occupancyThe
The property which formerly belonged belongedto beloIg d dto
to Mrs Jeanne Sarr was offered for forsale forsale forsale
sale ten years ears ago for 25000 Simeon SimeonReed SimeonReed SimeonReed
Reed bought it for 26000 and sold it itto itto Itto
to L V Harkness of the Standard Oil Oilcompany oncompany Oilcompany
company for 160000 Mr Harkness HarknessIt
It Is said today let Mr Rockefeller Rockefellerhave Rockefellerhave Rockefellerhave
have it for 250000 250000SLAUGHTER 250000SLAUGHTER 250000SLAUGHTER
+ f Askabad Turkestan April 2 2An 2An + f i
An infernal machine was ex expi exploded + f
ploded pi oded today In I the vestibule of ofthe ofthe 4 +
4 the governor gQvern r generals residence residenceshattering residenceshatterIng +
4 + shattering part of the wall and andblowIng andblowing 4 +
blowing a gun which was mount mounted mounted 4
ed on the side of the entrance entranceacross entranceacross + f
across the street but injuring no noone noone 4 +
one 4 + 4
+ onet + t t t t t t t t t t t t + t t t
Missouri Governor Addresses Hawk Hawkeye Hawkoo Hawkeye
o eye Democrats Upon the Subject Subjectof
of Good Government GovernmentPUBLIC GovernmentPUBLIC GovernmentPUBLIC
Des Moines la April 2 Governor Folk Folkof liolkot leoThof
of Missouri was the chief speaker at the theI
Jefferson banquet tonight under the
aus auspices 8USpices ¬
I pices of the Iowa Democratic club Dem Democrats Democrats Doraocrats ¬
ocrats of prominence from all parts of ofthe ofthe olthe
the state attended and the gathering gathertnsvs
was one of the most notable ever held in inthe inth t tthe
the th state under the auspices of this party part
The banquet was presided by b an in ¬
formal meeting of the members of the
Democratic state central committee but
it was decided to take no action until af
tw the Republican state convention
GOTernor Folk responding to the sub ¬
ject Good Government spbke in part
as follows
Future Is Bright BrightWe
We are in the midst of one of the most
democratic periods of American history
the period in which the peoples rights C
are ttr to t be defined and observed as they the
j never been before There are ar some who whoI
I aee danger dan r to our institutions in the agi agii
i tations resulting from the exposures in f t
nffloinl official and inI V business cn < A lr life 1 T do j not i iJ share shareI
J I this view few To my mind the hope for the C
perpetuity pt rpetult of this government by the
people was never brighter than now The
I fact that this awakening has come at a r L
time of unusual prosperity shows that it JtI i I
I does not proceed from a spirit of discos dl con ¬
I tent but springs from the moral sense of ol I
the people It is simply a determination m
to stamp out the things that dishonor in ir I
publiclife public life and the things that oppress In ii I
private life litea a firm resolve that the guy go ¬
ernment shall be representative of the thegood thegood thegood
good not of the bad badConscience badConsci badConscience
Conscience Consci = nce Awakened AwakenedThe
The energies en ries of this public conscience
have l1a h ave ve been extended from the domain of ofI oi r
I the th t he public wrongdoer to that of the pri private prirte ¬
vate v rte te wrongdoer and probing into the thecarryingson thec8rr thesrryingsoim
carryingson c8rr c jngson of grafters of every eer kind kin
It i ic t is not insurance companies the j eopl leopleomplaill peopli peopliomplain > < >
i complain c of but abuses of trust on the thepart thepart tlm tlmpart
part of some of those running the insur insurance insurance lasernce ¬
ance a nce companies the people understand I
these t things anti know that while some somn I Insurance I
insurance i11 I urance people and some bankers are arecrooked ar C Crooked
crooked cr c ce ooked just as some officials are crook crooked crooked ¬
ed e d it does not follow that all insurance insurancemen insuranceflCfl I
men or all bankers and officials are arewithout areWiUlOU
WiUlOU without honor The people are discrim discrimTlus dicrimating
inating m ating between th good and the bad
Tlus movement against againstgraft i tgratt graft is JsJlOt o mt ot a acrusade acrusade a t
crusade c against wealth but against the theabuses theatuses the I
abuses a tuSe8 whereb whereby sonv obtain great wealth wealthHonesty wealthHonesty I IHonesty
Honesty Demanded DemandedIt I IIt
It is a demand for common honesty in inpublic inJ ii iipublic
public J blic life and private business businessN Xo man manthat manthat ma 1 1hat
that t is doing an honest business need fear fearfrom fearfrom fea
from the arousings of the conscience of ofthe orthe o ohe Cl
tg the t he people against wrongs The distin distinguishing distmnulshhig ¬
guishing g characteristic of this crusade for forhigher forhigher to tohigher
higher ideals is the conservatism of the thepeople thepeople the themeople
people r They do not oppose riches hon honestlv hontlv hontlv
re estlv e tlv acquired but they do object to tospecial te
special spe s lal privileges prlil < ges out of which tainted taintedriches taintedriches taintsiches teI I I
riches r grow gro The agitation against agai t ill illgotten iUgotten illotten
gotten otten gains does not mean mf an a rabid so socialism ¬ I Icia1ism
cialism c or the destruction of the vested vestedrights vests vestsights i
rights r of anyone The cry is not for so socialism s0cialism soiahisra ¬ I
rc cialism c or anarchy anarch but that the corpora corporation corporation corporaion ¬
tion t magnate respect the law that gus go i icms Ients
cms e ras the conduct of the corporation as a j t the
he asks others to respect the law that thatprotects t I Iprotects
protects the property of the corporation corporationThis corporationThis I I
This government governm > nt does not rest either up upon upn ¬ I
on o n the idle rich or the Idle poor but upon uponthe uponthe
the t he energy ener and patriotism of the middle middleclasses upoia a i I Iclasses
classes c This is the class that suffers suffersunder suffernder S
under u the reign of the special privilege I
Room for Two Parties Only OnlyThe OnlyThe
The elimination of special s 1 cial privileges prlviJe privilegess es esis
is I s the great question before the people of ofthis ofhis
this t country countrthe the railroad rebate special specialprivilege specIallirhilege specialprivilege
privilege the tariff so arranged as to giv givspecial givspecial givpecial
special s privilege and create monopoly and andevery undoerv andevery
every oerv special privilege founded on graft graftThere grllftThere graftThere
There is room in this country for only onlytwo onlytwo onlywo
two t wo great political parties Our form of ofgovernment ofgoernment ofgovernment
government makes one the party of spe special special special ¬
cial privilege and to the other party Prt of ofequal ofequal ofequal
equal rights No grander mission can canbe canbe canbe
be in store for the Democratic party than thanto thanto thanto
to continue the fight for the rule of the thepeople thep thepeople
people p < ople against graft Clothed In the ar armor armor armor ¬
mor of a righteous cause the attack of ofDemocracy ofDemocracy ofDemocracy
Democracy upon the citadel of graft an anmonopoly and andmcnopoly antmonopOlY
monopoly If aggressive enough must musttriumph musttrIumph mustriumph
triumph t in the end for the principles of oftrue oftrue offtme
true t Democracy are enduring because becausJthe becausiahey
they the t are just and invincible because they thcyare the theare theyare
are right rightTME rightTYREE rightTYREE
California Directors Unable to toOust toOust toOust
Oust the Salt Lake Man ManFrom ManFron1 ManFrom
From His Position PositionSpecial PositionSpecial Position1Special
Special to The Herald HeraldSan HeraldSan HeraldSan
San Francisco April 2 2The The Califor California C California lifor lifornIa ¬
nia directors of the Continental Life LifeInsurance LifeInsurance LifeInsurance
Insurance Investment company were wereunable w wereunable re reunable
unable to make any progress today Jn
their movement to oust Hiram Tyree
from the office of president No
quo quorum quorum < luorum ¬
rum could be gathered Seven mem ¬
bers of the company are ar necessary for fora fora
a quorum There are but five resid ¬
ing in California Some expectation expectationwas
was entertained that at least two di directors directors dlrectors ¬
rectors from other states who are arewintering arewintering arewintering
wintering in California resorts would wouldbe
be present to confer with the Califor Californians Calforniansbut Californians
nians niansbut but they did not appear ppear Vice VicePresident I
President McGHHcuddy says that an anattempt anattempt anattempt
attempt will be made to have a iuo iuorum luorum uo uorum
rum on the date set for the next meet meetIng meetlng meeting
Ing of the directors directorsIt dir ctors ctorsIt
It leaked out today toda that the Call Callfornja CalifornJa a1i a1ifornja
fornja directors or some of them nave navein ua imavoin 0 0In 1
in view a plan to try to get Tyree oct octby ottby otby
by having impeachment proceedings proceedingsprepared proceedingsprepared proceedingsprepared
prepared to be presented pres en ted to a special specialmeeting specialmeeting specialmeeting
meeting of the stockholders stocl 101ders of the thecompany thecom thecompany
company com pan A special meeting cart be becalled b bcalled becalled
called in two weeks Unless some such suchplan suchplan suchplan
plan is adopted so Vice President 2McGillicuddy lIcGil1icuddy 2Mc 3IcGilhicuddy
Gillicuddy says sa s no change in the offi official officIal oflicial ¬ i
cial board of o the company can be bemade bemade bemade
made until the next annual meeting meetingof mdctJn mdctJnof
of the stockholders stockholdersA j
A state of chaos prevails at the thecompanys thecompanys thecompanys
companys offices in the Flood building buildingin I
in this thi city Tyrees representative representativectnd
ctnd the vice president are withhold withholding withholding withholdjag ¬ i
ing mail and telegrams from each eachother paehothor eachother
other At the same time Tyree who whoIs whoIs whois
Is now nosy in the eastkeeps east keeps the wires wir s hot hotwith hotwith hotwith
with instructions which go unheeded
I 1 Question of Municipal Owership Willl WilllBe wiiiiBe
Be Submitted to People of ofChicago ofChicago ofChicago
Chicago Today TodayCONTEST TodayI TodayCONTEST TodayCONTEST
Chicago April i tThe The question of muni ¬
cipal ownership of
Chicago street rail 1 ¬
ways wa ays s win be submitted s to the popular
vote ote tomorrow and
the result is
wIth awaited awaitedwaged > di
great Interest The contest hast
been oue of the most bitter that has beEn
waged W ged in this
Members city In many man years yearsive Y ars
of the Municipal
league have been Detailed Ownership
ive to
fA e esery to e pIlllJsr poJUng place Iace in th the clty remain tomorrow at atl
watch the interests of the
little be bal I
JOl Jot as the + At ticket l A Anamed
bearing the three
prop propi
osjtlOIlS relative
whIch to munIcipal owner ownerehipe hlJ >
are to be voted for have been
Representatives of factions whlca
are opposed to
municipal ownership willi
aisK also > have
watchers in every ever precinct precinctaldermanic
usual party lines which
exist at anc
aldermanic election In this city ell have beeni beenitheir beag
largely obliterated and the elegibillty nf
candidates Is construed in the light oft
attitude toward municipal ownership ownershi f
and a high license for saloons saloonsMayor saJoonsMayor saloonsMayor
Mayor Dunne Confident ConfidentTha
Tha The advocates of
tonight it expressed the utmost confidence ownershIp
in the
declaring that the voters o cC
ChlcRfO wIll favor It b by an overwhelm
fag majority Mayor Dunne predicted to
night that
carry Chicago by five to one
Thomas 1 Carey chairman > alrman of the Demo
cratic county count
political committee and andthat a a
enemy > of Mayor Dunne said
I feel
turn that the voters willl willlJames
the prop propnsitjoas sltlons In
a wa way that
will HI surpri surprise e the ad
advocates ates of
mu munkipaL lclpHll
onersbJD onersbJDJames ownershinJames
James Reddfclc chairman c of
Repuh Repuhed
l Lean can county central
committee cont content nt
ed himself
predicting an Increase
S the iumRer number of the Republican In
members membersestimate
of the
city council He
offer n ny <
estimate et shin > of the result on municipal owner ownerThree
Three Propositions PropositionsThe
The propositions to be voted ole for to ¬
morrow are as follows
First FirstShall Shall the dty of Chicago proceed
to t operate street railways
Second SecondShall Shall an ordinance passed br h ¬
the city council of Chicago providing for
the Issue of street railway certificates in ir
an amount not to exceed J75W S7 ThO e th the
money to be used for thepurchase the purchase e of th the theexisting
existing street railway companies be ¬
pro proJd proJdThirdSball pryedThirdShaft ytd ytdThird ap
Third ThirdSball Shall the city council undU proceed
without delay to acquire acqu re municipal ownet
ship > an lhIdoJer and operation tlon of aH street THitwayx TI mttwa twCi ys K
In Chicago instead in tead of granting franchises
to private companies COIIQNUIleslobe conpanIeThe
The first propoMtion must receive BO BOper tjl tjlper 0per
per cent of all votes otCll cast In order to be become become become ¬
come binding A majority carries the theother theother theother
other two
High License Contest ContestIn
In a at u ion to tht contest on municipal municipalownership municipalownership municipaLownership
ownership the question que tIon of whether saloon
licenses shall be 309 or 1000 per annum annumwill nnunvwill
will ill be up for final settlement The nu numerous numerous numnerous ¬
merous crimes against women committed eommlttfdin
in this city e ty of late caused cauoeda a widespread widespreadbelief widespreadbelief WIdespreadbEUei
belief that they were indirectly indJrectJ the result resultof resultof
of many saloons which existed under underhow a aLow
Low 01 license but which would be wlpedj wIped vlpEut wIpedout
out ut if the amount was placed at atThe 1000
The city council after a sharp flghq figh fighI9SSCd
Iassed au or ordlnammce < < Unallce making the l1cens6i lIcenst
1000 The liquor Ji or interests have made madea
a 8 strong fight against every 4Ver alderman upj ujJ ujJfor u ufor
for reelection who vot voted d for the ordi ordinance ordtnance ordie ordienance <
nance If a majority of these men are ar5 ar arreturned
returned to the tb council the 1000 license licenseis 1fcensI
is I expected expeet d to remain otherwise it is beJ beJlicved be beIimred beilieved
licved the ordinance will be repealed and andthe andi andithe an antime
the old figure of 500 restored tored
j j llPROA IN THE COMMONSExecution
Execution of ofthe the Natal Natives NativesBitterly NativesBitterly NativesBitterly
Bitterly Denounced in the theBritish theI theBritish
I British Parliament ParliamentPietermaritzburg ParliamentPieterrnarltzburg ParliamentPleternmarltzburg
Pietermaritzburg Natal April 2 2Th 2Thtwelve 2Thetwelve Th Thtwelve
twelve natives condemned to death foil foilthe toIlthe Id Idthe
the murder of a policeman during thei theiuprising tht1uprising th thuprising
uprising in February against the collec collection colleatlon colleotion ¬
tion of poll tax ta the postponement po tponement ofl oflwhich o owhich owhich
which execution led to the th dispute be between between bee beetsseen <
tween the th imperial and colonial govern governments goernments governmeats
ments were shot today todayLondon todayLondon todayLondon
London April 2 ZThe The announcement olj oljthe o othe
the execution of Natal tatal natives was re received received rei reiceived
ceived with angry cries of Shame Shamefrom Shampfrom Shamefrom
from the Irish Nationalist and Labod Labodbenches
j benches and from some Liberals In thq th thbuse tht ththouse
1 house of commons this afternoon One Oneministerialist On Onministeriallst Onminister1alist
I ministerialist amid chers and some pro protests protests
I tests described the executions as bloody bloodythirsty bloodithirsty
thirsty thirst murder and James Ramsey Mar MarDonald 31acDonald ar
Donald secretary to the labor represen representtatives representatives representatives
tatives committee promptly moved anj anjadjournment a aadjournment ar aradjomXrnment
adjournment of the house bou to discuss di uss thq thqmanner thamanner th thmanner
manner in which martial law was bf bfing bpo bpoing heing <
ing applied in Natal and an to the immi4 immi4n Immi4nent immineat
n neat nt and great danger dan er to which hleh the na4 na4tive na nattve native
tive subjects of f the crown are involved
in its administration administrationThe
The debate on Mr MacDonakTg motion motionoccupied motfo motfooccupii notIotoccupied
occupied the evening nlng session of the house housaof hom houseof J Jof
of commons but no n nN N features were weradeveloped wpredeelopd weredeveloped
developed developedDAILY deelopdDAILY developedDAILY
Philadelphia Man Killed and Hig HigWife Hi HiIife HilWife
Wife Iife Fatally Injured InjuredPhiladelphia InjuredPhUgtielpbia InjuredPhIldelphia
Philadelphia April ± While riding rk1in in inan inan inan
an automobile trough Haverford a sub suburb suburb suburb ¬
urb today tfJda E O Cowing C wiul was killed and andhis
his wife tfe was so seriously injured that tba t her
death is expected Mr Cowing failed to toobserve toobeerve toobeerve
obeerve a ron rOe that had been stretched stretchedacross stretchPdacross stretchedacross
across the road near a building operation operationTae operationT operationThe
Tae T e machine ran into it then swerved swervedand swerve swerve1and > l land
and crashed into a telegraph pole and andupset andupset andupset
upset crushing its occupants occu nts Mr Cow Cowing Cowing Conlag ¬
ing was formerly Philadelphia manager managerfor managerfor
Washington April 2 2Senator Senator Platt Piatttoday PJatttoday Platttoday
today presented to the senate a joint jointresolution jointresolution jointresolution
resolution adopted by b the NeW York Yorklegislature Yorklegislature Yorklegislature
legislature inviting other states to co cooperate enoperate
operate in endeavoring ende vrll1 to amend the theconstitution theconstitution theconstitution
constitution of the United States to tomore tomore tomore
more effectually punish and prohibit prohibitpolygamy t tpolgamy
Washington April 2 2Tbe The state de d dpartment dopartment
partment has no disposition to makq makqan make makan makean
an issue with the Austrian govern government government governmeat
ment over the status of Mr Storer Storerair StorerMr StorerMr
Mr Francis the new ambassador will willsail wll1sail w112sail
sail on the 22d inst

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