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Ttexas Gex s Senators Views of ofthe the Basis Upon UponWhich UponWhich UponWhich
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t Washiiil WashIiiltIJt411t1l Washlz1fA g Ariril ll 10 lOFor For more than thanfour thantDur thanthur
four houEs hOW hothzoday 1tW ojclay Mr Bailey held the theundivided theunalv1 theundIvldoatt
undivided unalv1 undIvldoatt CalteIltl attention rtion n of the senate with witha
a speech in reply to Mr lr Spooner and andMr andMr andMr
Mr Knox and just before its conclu conclusion conclusion concluslon ¬
sion there was a a a significant suggestion suggestionfrom suggestionfrom suggestionom
from om Mr Hale indicating the possi possibility posslI possibilit5y
41 I bility bilit5y of an understanding and an anearly anearly
early vote on the railroad rate bill billThe billThe billThe
The day was one of the most notable notableI
I in the recent history of the senate senateVery senateVery senateTey
Very few senators were absent at any anytime anytime
j time during the day and every seat in inthe Inthe Inthe
the galleries public private senatorial senatorialexecutive senatorialexecutive senatorialexecutive
executive and diplomatic was held by byh
h Its occupant with marked tenacity tenacityZurst tenacityurst tenacityurst
Zurst urst of Applause ApplauseMany ApplauseMany ApplauseMany
Many members of the house of repre representatives representatives representatives ¬
sentatives also crowded into the sen senate senate senate
ate chamber some of them standing
lined up upagamst against the walls for hours hourswithout hourswithout hourswithout
without a perceptible change in their theirpositions theIrpositions theirpositions
positions Several senators and many manymore manymore manyV
V more spectators went without luncheon luncheonrather luncheonrather luncheonrather
rather than th n miss any part of Mr Ir Bai Baileys Baileys BaiIcys ¬
leys speech and at its conclusion the thespeaker thespeaker thespeaker
speaker was congratulated by many manyof manyof manyof
of his colleagues of both parties There Therewere T Therewere ere erewere
were comparatively few interruptions interruptionsduring Interruptionsdurin Interruptionsduring
during durin the day and there was no noef noeffort effort ef effort ¬
fort at applause until the close of the thediscussion thediscussion thediscussion
discussion when there was a spon spontaneous spontaneous spontaneous ¬
taneous burst of Iiandclapplng in the thegalleries thegal1eries thegaller1e
galleries which the vicepresident was wasunable wasunable i
unable for a time to check checkCited checkCited checkCited
Cited Innumerable Authorities AuthoritiesThe I
The close attention given throughout throughoutthe
the four hours was all the more marked markedin
in view of the legal character of the theargument thergumcnt theargument
argument Mr Bailey set out with one oneend oneend oneend
end in view this being the soundness soundnessof
of his contention that congress has haspower haspower haspower
power to deny to the inferior United UnttedStates UnItedStates UnitedStates
States courts the right to suspend the theorder theorder theorder
order of the interstate commerce com commission commission cornmission ¬
mission pending the final division of ofcases otcases ofJ
J cases arising under the proposed law lawThis lawThis
4 This he undertook to do by citing in innumerabledecisions innumerablededsions InS ¬
S numerabledecisions of the court and andquoting andquoting andquoting
quoting many other authorities These Thesecitations Thesecitations Thesecitations
citations were interspersed with his hiscomment hiscomment hiscomment
comment Mr Hale announced his hiswillingness hisWIllingness hiswillingness
willingness to accept the antlsuspen antlsuspenson
son s on amendment and expressed iconfl iconfldenco Iconfidenco confidenco
denco that if Mr Bailey would on the theother thoother theother
other hand agree to a broad court re review reI ¬
1 I view I there would Wou Id be comparatively lit littVa l1tt litt
tVa t difficulty in reaching an agreement agreementTi
5 S Ti the bill In response Mr 1r Bailey said saidhat saidhat saidF
r F ahat hat he did pot believe that review by bythe bythe bythe
the courts cotild be denied under the theconstitution theonstit theconstitution
constitution constitutionLAW constitutionLAW onstit tIon tIonLAW
LAW AND COMMON SENSE SENSEUnanswerable SENSEUnanswerable SENSEv SENSEUnanswerable
v
Unanswerable Argument of the Bril Brilliant Brilliant Brilliant ¬
liant Democratic Leader LeaderWashington LeaderWuhimton LeaderWashington
Washington April 10 101n In anticipation of ofMr ofrBnlleys ofMr
Mr Baileys promised speech on the rate ratebill ratebill ratebill
bill the senate galleries were filled today toda todalhere
There also was a large attendance of sen senators senatcrs seaators ¬
ators atorsAll atcrsAll atorsj
j All the seals In the presidents gallery gallerywere gallerywere gallerywere
were occupied by friends of the executive executivefamily executivefamfI executivefamily
family familyAfter famfI famfIAftor familyAftor
Aftor disposal of the morning business businessMr businessMr businessMr
Mr Bailey Ban promptly took the floor He Hediscussed HeHscusc Hediscussed
discussed Hscusc the proposition looking to the thewithdrawal thewIthdrawal thewithdrawal
withdrawal of the power of the Inferior Inferiorcourts inferiorcourts inferiorcourts
courts to suspend the orders of the in interstate In1erstatQ inlerstata ¬
terstate commerce commission commi slon referring referringto rpferrin
A to the thocontonUon contention that there would be a adistinction adistinction aS
S distinction between the power of congress congressover congressover congressover
over cases In equity qull and in law lawPower lawPower lawPower
Power of Congress CongressIf
If he said congress can destroy destroyproceedings destroyproceedings destroyproceedings
proceedings in equity It can destroy destro pro proreeefllngs proceeatngs proceoWngs
eeefllngs at law This he said had been beenconceded beonO beeneondded
conceded O G ed by His opponents as had also alsobeen alsoneen alsobeen
been the point that Inferior courts derived derivedtheir dorivedtheir derivedtheir
their power frqm r acts of congress and androt andTInt
1 TInt frOm Cr m thrt th constitution 11 itution direct These TheseonceSBloii TheseoneesflloJIfba Theseoneesslon
onceSBloii oneesflloJIfba Sifbt toft as the only onl point the dis distinction disunction ¬
unction 1 between b iveen the judicial power of the theInlted thet thelnlted
Inlted t nl1OO States and the th jurisdiction of the thefederal thelNI theI
federal lNI I deral era I oourts for which Mr Ir Knox and andMr andIr andMr
Mr Ir Spooner contend He did not con conKid conFldr1he con1dr
Kid Fldr1he 1dr > r the < polrf pol pimaterial material but said that If Ifmaterial Ifmaterial ifmaterial
material In any an n connection it did not ap apply apply apply ¬
ply In the peidlne legislation He then thenentered thenntere
54 entered ntere < 1 upon a definition of the two terms termsand termsHnd termsS
S and after quoting many authorities de declared deC1ared detlared ¬
clared thafrthey show that there is prac practfcally practfcaIIj practically
tfcally no difference between them themPointed themPointed themPointed
Pointed Reference to Spooner SpoonerReferring SpoonerReferrIng SpoonerReferring
Referring to quotations made by b Mr MrKnooner MrHpooner Mri4pooner
Knooner in his argument to show that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the power of temporary injunction could couldnot couldnot couldriot
not be taken tak n from the circuit courts Mr MrBaJley llrBILliOt
4 BaJley BILliOt declared that as given they the are arecalculated areMleu arecalcuated
calculated Mleu ated to deceive deceiveMr deceive11r deealveMr
Mr Spooner Interrupted to remark remarkthat remarkthat remarkthat
that In the case quoted a revenue case casethere casethere caaethere
there was an adequate remedy remed at law lawand lawand lawand
and Mr Ir Bailey responded so we will do doin doIn doS
S in this act actMr atMr actS
S Mr Bailey then undertook to show that thatcongress thatcon thatcongress
congress con 1ess has exercised < the power to toabridge toabridgo toabridge
abridge the right of the courts to punish punishfor punghfor puntsha
a for contempt or to issue l sue writs of man mandamus mandamus mandamns ¬ I
damus asserting that the courts have no noinherent noinherent noInherent
inherent power and that it Is the duty dutyof dutyot dutyof
of the feleral f ieral courts not to make the law lawfor lawfor lawfor
for congress congr SB but to obey the law that thatcongress 111atconJrOBB thatcongrosa
congress makes for them themIf themuTtt themIf
uTtt If he added congress has the right rightto
to restrict th the > power Ower to punish for con contempt contempt contempt ¬
tempt in Gods name has It not tho right rightto rightto rightto
to limit the power of Injunction which has hasbeen hasbeen Imsk
k been so greatly abused by HO many fed federal feder fedeil ¬
eral er < < l judges judgesConstitutional judgesConstitutional JudgesConstitutional
Constitutional Limitations LimitationsMr
Mr Bailey entered into an elaborate elaborateargument elaboratear elaborateargument
argument ar umentto to show that the courts cannot cannotannul cannotannul cannotannU
annul annU legislation leJi laUon because of Inferential Inferentialconstitutional InfcrentlalConstJtutfona1 Inferentialconstitutional
constitutional limitations He spoko of ofthe orthe ofthe
the division of authority among the vari various varInus van vanous ¬
ous branches of the government but said saidthat saId1hat saidthat
that he could not follow th thp utterings of ofrecent orrecent ofrecent
recent years ears which seem to proceed on onthe onthe onthe
the theory that tlure tlu re should be no re restrictions reRtrlcUons restrietions ¬
strictions upon the Judiciary This he hesaid hesaid hesaid
said is tho first government that ever everconferred eycrouferred evercokiforred
conferred upon the judiciary the power to toannul toannul toannul
annul legislation leglsl tion God knows that ought oughtto
to be enough power to confer upon any anynine an annine anynine
nine men we are ninety they the are nine nineT
T would ould not trench upon their powers r Ivould rvoul rVOUll
vould hold myself unworthy if I permit permitted permitted permitted ¬
ted them to t elcronch encroach noon mine mineReferrinsItnfNljFjaglnoxj mineReferrin mineReferr1n4th
ReferrinsItnfNljFjaglnoxj Referrin Referr1n4th to 14noxs noxg quotations from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the text books orv Jurlsorudence he said saidthat suldthat saidthat
that the senator forgets that they the were werediscussing werediscussln werediscussing
discussing the law as it is and that It Is Isas Isas isas
as it Is because bccau e congress con regs wills It so the thepoint thepoint thepoint
point being beln that the legislative branch branchof
of the government Is supreme In th thp > law lawmaking ltwmadnJ lawmaking
making and courts regulpting function functionHappily functionHappily functionI3apnily
Happily the senator from rom Pennsylva Pennsylvania Penns tha thanJa ¬
nia reduces the whole question to our ourpoint ourpoint ourpoint
point when han he 1e says congress ca cap i say sayl
l
when but not how ho the judicial power powershall pow powershall r rshan
shall speak Mr lIrBaUe Bailey continued c and andthen andthen andthen
then said he was willing to accept that thatview thate thatKnox thatview
view e
Knox and Spooner Mistaken MistakenHe M Ist ken kenHe
He declared that both Mr Knox and andMr andMr andMr
Mr Spooner had misconceived misconcel d the theory theoryunder theoryunder theoryunder
under which congress establishes the In Inferior Inferior inferlor ¬
ferior courts saying s yIl1g that If so disposed disposedcongress disposedccngress disposedccngress
ccngress could today toda disestablish every everyone eer eerone everyone
one of the Inferior Int rior courts He did not notagree notagree notagree
agree with Mr Spooner that such suchu suchucours a acourse acourse
course would be anarchy anarch because the thestate thestate thestate
state courts would be left Congress Congressmight Congressmight Congressmight
might he argued declare war against againstevery againsteery againstevery
every nation of the globe and while whilethere whileUlere whilethere
there was no doubt that the people would wouldscourge wouldscourge wouldscourge
scourge the congress that would woulddo would1o
do < so still there was no doubt of the thecongressional thecongressional thecongressional
congressional power So it was with the theright therIht theright
right of congress regarding the courts courtsThe courtsThe courtsTha
The power to create and the power to todestroy todestroy todestroy
destroy must musLInclude Jnclude the power to limit limitIn limitIn limitIn
In support of the plea that the legisla legislative legIsl3t1e logislalive ¬
live authority Is not curtailed he called calledattention tailedattention al1edattention
attention Jo o the t e fact that with 1th reference referenceto
to the Inferior courts no limitation is put putupon putupon putupon
upon congress as to their number their
jurisdiction or their powers powersMr powersMr powersMr
Mr Hales Suggestion SuggestionMr
Mr Hale Interrupted with 1th the sugges ¬
tion that congress must have the same samepower samepower samepower
power in the abolition of Inferior courts courtsthat courtsthat I Ithat
that It has In creating them My mind mindruns mindruns i iruns
runs with the senators on that point
he said I believe that the power to cre create create create ¬
ate and to destroy rests wholly whoU with withcongress wIthcongress withcongress
congress He had not however en ¬
joyed what the senator had said regarding
the arraying the ninety men here against againstthe againstthe againstthe
the nine men of the supreme court He Hewishes Hewishes
wishes therefore to ask Mr Bailey Ba1le whe whether whether whether I
ther he wished by anything he had said to tocommit tocommit I Icommit
commit himself against the broadest final finalreview finalreYlew finalreview
review of the supreme court courtMr courtMr courtMr
Mr Bailey said he had been misunder misunderstood misunderstood misunderstood ¬
stood adding that he had only intended intendedto
to say sa that In a matter of judgment nine ¬
ty men were to be consulted rather than thannine thannine thannine
nine nineHe
He asserted that In more than one de decision decisIon deciglon ¬
cision the supreme court bad held that thatthe thatt1e thattie
the Inferior courts have JE e no Inherent qnherentfunctions Inherentfunctions InherentrunctIons
functions as contended by Mr Knox He Hequoted HeQuoted Hequoted
quoted an opinion in which was made madethe madethe madethe
the statement that congress had withheld
jurisdiction How Ho in the name of com common common cornmon ¬
mon sense can an congress withhold from a acourt acourt acourt
court jurisdiction of a subject and not notwithhold notwithhold notwithhold
withhold judicial power he asked to
further support his contention that the thephrase thephrase thephrase
phrase Judicial power and the word
jurisdiction are used Interchangeably
by the courts courtsCongress courtsCongrcss courtsCongress
Congress Is Supreme SupremeIf SupremeJr
If he said the president is com commanded corninanded ¬
manded by b a statute to perrom a cer certain certain certam ¬
tain tam duty he does not consider the au ¬
thority thorlt is given directly dlre tI by the con constitutlon constltutlon cons consstitutlon
stitutlon The constitution Is the source sourceof sourcof sourceof
of all power but It is a dead letter un ¬
less congress conFess breathes into it the breath breathof
of life He declared that even the thecourts thecourts thecourts
courts have no power to execute their theirown 111eirown theirown
own judgment without specific authority
from congress and quoted the case of ofFink ofFink ofFink
Fink versus OXeill in support of the thecontention thecontention thecontention
contention And yet In the face of ofsuch ofsuch ofsuch
such a decision senators contend that thatcongress thatcongress thatcongress
congress is incompetent to require the thecourt thecourt thecourt
court to suspend all judgment until it Is Isready Isread isready
ready read to render a final one he con concluded concluded coneluded ¬
cluded cludedThe cludedrhe eludedThe
The court had not then been advised advisedof
of the new doctrine that when a court courthas courthas courthas
has jurisdiction over a question its power powercannot powercannot powercannot
cannot be limited he added He de declared declared dodared ¬
clared that in this case the court had hadgone hadgone hadgone
gone farther than he had done because becausethe becausethe becausethe
the power of a court to issue an execu execution execution execution ¬
tion in its own judgment Is the most es essential essential essontial ¬
sential of all powers This lack would wouldrender wouldrender wouldrender
render a court impotent Indeed IndeedSustained IndeedSustained indeedSustained
Sustained by Decisions DecisionsWhen Decisionshen DecisionsVhen
When hen he said I am sustained upon uponthe uponthe uponthe
the authority of statutes as old as the therepublic therepublic therepublic
republic and on the authority of an anunbroken anunbroken anunbroken
unbroken line of decisions by Marshall Marshallthe Marshallthe lIarshallthe
the greatest of the chief justices and anda
a long line of associates 1 may well be becontent becontent becontent
content with my philosophy though I Ishould Ishould Ishould
should be the only senator to accept acceptit
it itMr
Mr Bailey Daile disavowed that he had any an anIntention
Intention of attacking the courts but buthe buthe buthe
he said that he had himself known some somecourts somecourts somecourts
courts that were guilty of abuses so it itwas itwas itwas
was necessary to place limitations on onall onaU onall
all of them He contended that commisv commisvsloners commlssloners cornrnh cornrnhsloners
sloners could be found as competent as asthe asthe asthe
the judges of the courts And he headded headded headded
added if we cannot get commissioners commissionersequal commissionersequal commissionersequal
equal to some of the federal fe eral judges ju ges I Iknow Iknow Iknow
know God save the republic republicRights republicRights republicRights
Rights of the Railroads RailroadsCoining RailroadsComing RailroadsCorning
Coining then to the consideration of ofMr ofiIr ofMr
Mr Hales question relative to the final finaldeclgipji finaldec finaldechrn
declgipji dec ililll of railroad cases bv b the su supreme supreme supreme ¬
preme court of the United Untt d States tates Mr MrBailey MrBailey Ir IrBailey
Bailey said he did not believe that the thecourts thecourts thecourts
courts were the best tribunal for the thesettlement thesettlement thesettlement
settlement of these questions but that thatunder thatunder thatunder
under the constitution he did not believe believethat believethat believethat
that the right to such adjudication could couldbe couldie
be denied the carrier If he went wenton wenton wenton
on Ua a railroad can take my m property propertyupon propertyupon propertyupon
upon paying me what the court says is isright Isright isright
right why cant you ou permit me > to take takethe takethe takethe
the property of the railroad company companyand companand companyand
and hold it until it Is finally decided decidedHe decidedHe decidedHe
He would not have senators violate their theirconsciences thcircOl1 theirconsciences
consciences cOl1 clenccs to please walking delegates delegatesbut del gates gatesbut
but would have justice done to all both bothto bothto bothto
to the railroads and their patrons This Thishe lhisne
he argued could be accomplished by the theadoption theJdoption theadoption
adoption of the th amendments to the rail railroad raflrand railroad ¬
road rate bill offered by himself re requiring requirJng requiring
quiring that Just compensation be the thestandard thestandard thestandard
standard of railroad charges In accord accordance accordance accordance ¬
ance with the language of the constitu constitution constitution constitution ¬
tion tionIIs
tionHe
He only demanded that tha t the findings findingsof
of the commission should stand until a afinal afinal afinal
final decision should be reached He be believed believed believed ¬
lieved the adoption of the amendment amendmentwould amendmentwould amendmentwould
would have the effect of forcing the therailroads theraIlroads therailroads
railroads to assist in getting an early earlytrial earlytrIal earlytrial
trial
Compliments of Mr Hale HaleMr Halellr HaleMr
Mr Hale again interrupted and he ex expressed expressed cxpressed ¬
pressed the opinion that Mr Baileys Baileysargument Balle Baileysargument s sargument
argument would have good results Af After ifter After ¬
ter saying that preference should be begiven begiven begiven
given all cases arising under the pro proposed proposed proposed ¬
posed legislation he continued continuedWhat continuedYhnt continuedWhat
What the th senator has said heretofore heretoforeand heretofoleand heretoforeand
and later with reference to the final ad adjudication adjudication adjudicatlon ¬
judication of all questions by the courts courtshas courtshas courtshas
has tended t > nded more than anything else to todisentangle todisentangle todisentangle
disentangle this subject and andto to secure < I Iwill IwIll Iwill
will not say immediately but a more morebeneficent morebeneficent morebeneficent
beneficent result than anything that has hastaken hastaken hastaken
taken place placeHe placeHe placeHe
He agreed with Mr Baileys argument argumentthat argumentthat argumentthat
that inferior courts could be controlled controlledby
by congress saying sa lng that on this point pointthis poIntthis pointthis
this argument could not be countervailed countervailedbut
but that was a minor question The Thefinal Thefinal Thefinal
final question he said has been stated statedby statcdby statedby
by the senator from Texas better than thanI
I can state it That after the commis commission commission coinmisslon ¬
sion has passed upon a question and It Ithasbeen Ithas ithas
hasbeen has been taken without undue delay delayand delayandthe deIa and andthe andthe
the right of Injunction limited by con conContinued conContinued conContinued
Continued from Page 1 1
J Two Souls With But a Single Thought I
ANARCHISTS ARE ARESWARMING ARESYIARMING
SWARMING OVER OVERBaltimore OVERBatimore
Baltimore Said to Be Rapidly RapidlyBecoming RapidlyBecoming RapithyBecoming
Becoming Center for Mur Murderous Murderous Murderous ¬
derous Italians ItaliansWashington ItaliansWashington ItaliansWashington
Washington April 10 10According According to toofficial tooffiohll toofficial
official information 1nform tfon received rec hed In this city cityItalian cityItaHan cityItalian
Italian anarchists are arriving in the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States in great numbers at both bothPacific bothPacific bothPacific
Pacific and Atlantic seaports The diplomatic di diplomatic dlplomatic ¬
plomatic representatives of the Italian Italiangovernment It Italiangovdrnmept llan llangovernmept
government have h ve postlve information informationto
to this effect and have h ve brought the thematter thema thematter
matter ma ter to the attention att nUon of the United 1nitedStates UnitedStates
States The San Francisco and Bali Balimore Balimore Balimore
more Immigration officials have been beenadvised beenadvised beenadvised
advised of the recent landing of a num number number number ¬
ber of anarchists from Italy The city cityof cityof cityof
of Baltimore it is stated Israpidly Is rapidly be becoming becoming becoming ¬
coming ah an anarchist center The Ital Italian Italian Italian ¬
ian consuls are engaged In assisting the theimmigration theimmigration theimmigration
immigration officials with a view to lo locating locating loeating ¬
cating these men and it was said to today today today ¬
day that very shortly there will be beplaced beplaced beplaced
placed in the hands of the immigration immigrationauthorities immigrationauthorities irnniigratlonauthorities
authorities sufficient data upon which whichto
to make a number of arrests arrestsARRIVAL arrestsJ arrestsARRIV arrestsARRiVAL
J
ARRIVAL ARRIV Al OFMAXIM OF MAXIM GORKY CORKYRussian GORKYRussian GORkYRussian
Russian Author Will Try to Do Some Something Something Something ¬
thing for His Country in the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States StatesXew Stat StatesNew s sNew
New York April 10 101 I do not know knowhow lcnowhow knowhow
how long or how short my stay sta in this thiscountry thiscountry thiscountry
country will be but of this I am sure surethat surethat surethat
that while here I will try to do some something somcthing something ¬
thing for my fatherland fatherlandSurrounded fatherlandSurrounded fatherlandSurrounded
Surrounded by b his friends many man of ofwhom ofwhom ofwhom
whom are political politi al exiles themselves themselvesMaxim themselvesIaIJn themselvesMaxim
Maxim Gorky the Russian novelist noeIlstmade noeIlstmadethis made madethis madethis
this statement In his cabin on board the theKaiser theKaiser theKaiser
Kaiser Wllhclm VII holm der Grosse which ar arrived arrled arrived ¬
rived in port this evening after a rough roughpassage roughpassage roughpassage
passage passageGorky passageGork passageGorky
Gorky Gork who was registered In the pas passenger passengor pansenger ¬
senger list under his real name nnmq of Pesh Peshkoff Peshkoff Poshhoff
koff was accompanied by his wife and anda l1d l1da
a secretary Y Mr Bousenine He is a man manof manof manof
of 38 about 5 feet 6 Inches tall His Hishair HishaIr Hishair
hair and mustache are light his eyes eyesblue eyesblue eyesblue
blue and his nose riose sharp He wore a along along along
long black overcoat over his Russian Russianblouse Russianblouse Russianblouse
blouse high around his neck neckThe n ck ckThe ckThe
The Kaiser alser Wilhelm was w s boarded at atquarantine atQuarantine atquarantine
quarantine by a large deputation of Rus Russians Russians Runsians ¬
sians representing many different politi political l political > OUU OUUcal ¬
cal parties Chief among these was wasGorkys wasGorkys wasGorkys
Gorkys adopted son who came to this thiscountry thiscountry thiscountry
country a year ago Among the others otherswere otherswere otherswere
were Ivan Karodny Narodn whose real name is isSvbal IsSvbal isSvbal
Svbal the exiled leader of the military militaryrevolutionary milltar milltarr militaryrevolutionarY
revolutionary r party Abraham Cahan Cahaneditor Cahaneditor Cahaneditor
editor of the Social Democratic Vor Vorwaerts Vorwaerts Vorwaerts
waerts representing the Bund the theJewish tileJewish theJewish
Jewish revolutionary society H G Wilt Wiltshire Wiltshire Vlltshire ¬
shire and Morris Hillqulst representing representingthe
the American Socialist party and Dr DrMaxim Drllaxim DrMaxim
Maxim Romm a Russian Social Demo DemoLOST Democrat Democrat
crat cratLOST cratLOST
LOST HIS LIFE WHILE WHILETRYING WHILETRYING WHILETRYING
TRYING TO SAVE A DOG DOGBoise DOGBoise DOGBoise
Boise Ida April 10 10Virgil Virgil Wilson Uson of ofMalheur ofltalheur ofMauieur
Malheur Ore lost his life in the Snake Snakeriver Snakeriver Snakeriver
river near Ontario yesterday He was wascrossing wascrossing wascrossing
crossing the river on the hc railway bridge bridgeaccompanied bridgeaccompanied bridgeaccompanied
accompanied by a dog A train came camealong camcalong camealong
along and he had difficulty dlfficult tn getting the thedog thedog thedog
dog out of the way a Whether he lost his hisfooting hisfooting hisfooting
footing and fell or was struck by he hetrain herain hetrain
train could not be determined by b persons personswho personswho personswho
who witnessed the accident from a des distance d destunce s stance ¬
tance His body has not been recovered recoveredFAVORABLE recovcredFAVORABLE recoveredFAVORABLE
FAVORABLE REPORT REPORTSpecial REPORTSpecial REPORTSpecial
+ Special to The Herald HeraldWashington HeraldWashington HeraldWashington +
+ Washington April 10 lOSenator lOSenatorSmoot 10SenatorSmoot Senator +
4 + Smoot has secured from the pen penslons penslons + 4
4 + slons committee a favorable re leport yeport +
+ port upon his bill to grant service servicepensions servicepensions + f
4 + pensions to Utah veterans of the theBlackhawk theBlackhawk + f
4 + Blackhawk Indian war warM warBUILDING +
+ + M + f + 4 + > + M 4 + + MrM M + MH tt tte ttBUILDING r rBUILDING + + + +
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BUILDING COLLAPSED COLLAPSEDPittsburg COLLAPSEDPittsburg COLLAPSEDPittsburg
Pittsburg April 10 lOOne One person was waskilled waskilled waskilled
killed and two others slightly sll ht1y Injured Injuredin
in the collapse of a building here to today today today ¬
day The building was a fivestory fivestorybrick fiestorybrick fivestorybrick
brick structure on Liberty Llb rty avenue in inthe Inthe inthe
the center of f the city and nd the victims victimswere victlmswere
were laborers labQ er employed on the work rk
L ONlY NLY PRESENTS PRESENTSOf
Of OFLITTLE LITTLE VALUESome VALUE VALUEI I
Some onle of the Packages Brought BroughtOver BroughtOver BroughtOver I
Over on the Oregon Opened OpenedRumor OpenedRumor OpenedRumor
Rumor Set at Rest RestSan RestSan RestFrancisco
San Francisco Cal April 10 1011 Ti ough oughthe oughthe ouglithe
the prompt action of Acting Custom Col Collector C Cdllector l llector ¬
lector William imam B Hamilton fiftytwo fiftytwoI fiftytwopackages fiftytwopackages
I packages of goods ooda landed from the theUnited theI theUnited
United StatQs battleship Oregon to iotransported be betransported b btran
I transported tran sported to the east were seined today
while in transit In custody of Wells Far Faxgo FarI Fargo I
go Cos express expressA
i I A partial examination was made by b bAppraiser
Appraiser I Dare > are sufficient to show that thattho thatthe I
the rumor of smuggling was altogether altogetherapple altogether1unfounded altogetherunfounded
unfounded There were dress suit cases casesapple I Iapple
apple boxes small I m lI telescope baskets and andother andother II
other packages of like size and they were
found to contain souvenirs of the voyage voyageaddressed voyageaddressed oyageaddressed
addressed to the wives sisters and daugh daughters daughters daughters ¬
ters of friends of the officers zrnd nd crew crewof crewor crewof
of the Oregon all of them residing in the theeast theeast theeast
east It Is expected that the secretary secretaryof
of the treasury when put in possession poss ssloll of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the facts by Appraiser Dare will order orderthe orderthe orderthe
the goods released and forwarded to their theiraddresses 1heiraddresses theiraddresses
addresses addressesWashington addressesVashlngton addressesWashington
Washington April 10 10The The treasury of officials officIals officials ¬
ficials are awaiting with great interest interestthe interestthe interestthe
the reports of the customs officers at atSan atSan atSan
San Francisco on the seizure of goods goodsbrought goodsbrou goodsbrought
brought brou ht there on the battleship Oregon Oregonwhich Oregonwhich
i which has just returned from the Orient Orientand OrIentand Orientand
and which it is alleged aUe ed have been smug smuggled smugI smuggled
gled into the th < United nltcd States Following in information information Information ¬
I formation from the customs officers of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the reports of alleged smuggling the sec secretary secretar seeretary ¬
retary retar of the treasury directed an In Investigation Investigation investigation ¬
vestigation As soon as this is received receiveda
a determination will be reached whether whetherto
to proceed against the offending persons persons6r personsr
6r r whether wh ther to let the matter rest with the themere tnerrere themere
mere seizure of the goods which have havebeen haebeen havebeen
been imported impor ed without wlthoutpaymentof payment of duty dutyTHE duty1HE dutyTHE
THE DEATH DEATHRECORD DEATHRECORDS RECORD RECORDProfessor RECORDProfessor
S Professor Nathaniel S Shaler ShalerCambridge ShalerCambrIdge ShalerCambridge
Cambridge Mass April 10 10Prof 10ProfNathaniel 10ProfNathaniel Prof ProfNathaniel
Nathaniel S Shaler the eminent geo geologist geologist geelogist ¬
logist and dean of the Lawrence scien scientific sclentific scientitle ¬
tific schoool died today from pneu pneumonla pneumonla pneuS
S monla monlaHelena monlaHelena moniaHelena
Helena Mont April 10 lOProfessor lOProfessorShaler 10ProfessorShaler Professor ProfessorSbaler
Shaler often came to Montana in pur pursuit pursuit punsuit ¬
suit of his scientific researches and andseveral andseveral andseveral
several times appeared before Butte Buttejuries Buttejtri Buttejurids
juries jtri s to testify in some of the large largemining largemining largemining
mining suits Shaler rock found in the theButte theButte theButte
Butte formation takes its name from fromhis fromhis fromhis
his original definition Professor Sha Shaler Shaler Shaicr ¬
ler had a scheme on foot to work over overthe overthe overthe
the old tailings north of Helena and andsave andsave andsave
save the gold values vaues jtnd and nd frequently frequentlycame
came here to study 4te tihe proposition propositionHe
He was a very eccentric man always alwayshaunted alwaysbaunted alwayshaunted
haunted by a dread of newspaper no notoriety notoriety notoriety ¬
toriety
George GeorgeW W Fogg FoggTacoma FoggTacoma FoggTacoma
Tacoma Wa Wajh Wah h April 10 lOGeorge George W WFogg WFogg WFogg
Fogg a prominent attorney here for fortwelve fortwelve fortwelve
twelve years formerly f of Quincy Ill Illis Illis i iis
is dead aged 69 years He was a ma major major
jor in the civil war and a member of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Loyal Legion LegionClaude LehionClaude LegionClaude
Claude Roswadski RoswadskiChicago RoswadskiChIcago RoawadsiciChicago
Chicago April 10 lOClaude Claude Roswad Roswadski Roswadski Roswadski
ski Italian consul general in Chicago Chicagodied Chicagodied Chicagodied
died this morning of angina pectoris pectorisHo pectori8He pectorisBe
Ho was born In Turin Italy and had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been consul general for twelve years yearsJames yearsJames yearsJames
James F Pitt PittSt PittSt PittSt
St Joseph J seph April 10 lOJames James F Pitt Pitta i ia
a wealthy St Joseph Josephlawyer lawyer died in a ahospital aho ahospital
hospital ho pital at San Antonio Antpnfo of typhoid typhoidfever typhoidfever typhoidfever
fever today todayUTAH todayUTAH todayUTAH
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UTAH CITIZENS CITIZENSWILL CITIZENSWILLTRYPACIFIC WILL WILLTRY WILLTRY
TRY TRYPACIFIC PACIFIC COAST COASTSpecial COASTSpecial COASTSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldSan HeraldSan HeraldSan
San Francisco April 10 lOE B G Porter PorterW PorterYo Porterw
W Yo P Crozier and M B Hart the ad advance advance advance ¬
vance guard for a a company of twenty twentyfive twentyfive twentyfive
five Gentile families from northeastern northeasternUtah northeasternUtah northeasternUtah
Utah today closed a deal whereby whereb they theysecured theysecured theysecured
secured 240 acres of land from the Cali California Californla Callfornia ¬
fornia Irrigated Land company at Grid Gridley Gridley i ile
ley le Cal CalThis CalThis
This land will be plapted to alfalfa alfalfaand alralfaand alfalfaand
and fruit trees and an d will be irrigated from fromthe lr lrt fromthe i
the t e new n w ditch system x t t1m m
I
EMPEROR MUST MUSTMAKE
MAKE A CHOICE CHOICECount
Count Witte Will Not Remain in inthe inthe inthe
the Russian Cabinet With WithDurnovo WithD JVithDurnovo
Durnovo DurnovoSt D urnovo urnovoSt
St Petersburg April 10 lOThat That the theresult theresult theresult
result of the elections has precipitat precipitated ¬
ed a crisis involving the immediate immediatedownfall immediatedownfall Immediatedownfall
downfall of JRremlor yernjor Witte or Interior InteriorMinister InteriorIinister
Minister itnister Durnovo seems absolutely absolutelyconfirmed absolutelyconfirmed absolutelyconfirmed
confirmed The former spent over two twohours twohours twohours
hours with the emperor last night
re reviewing revIewing reviewing ¬
viewing the situation and pointing out outhow outhow outhow
how impossible It would be b for the gov government government government ¬
ernment to defend Itself before a hos ¬
tile tll parliament with M 1 Durnovo in
the cabinet The emperor
as usual In
such a crisis is vacillating Irrespec ¬
tive of his personal feelings toward the
premier he desires Count Witte to re ¬
main in power yet et he hesitates to dis ¬
miss Durnovo whom he praises as hav ¬
ing saved Russia from a revolution revolutionWittes reolutlonWittes revolutionWittes
Wittes Clever Coup CoupCount CoupCount CoupCount
Count Witte has cleverly seized the
moment to force an issue between bet een him himself himself himself ¬
self and his rival when in addition to
the verdict of the people at the polls
against the governments repressive
> policy the question of the big foreign
loan hangs in the balance
Premier Witte realizes fully that thatmuch thatmuch thatmuch
much of the confidence In Russias sol solvency solYency solvency ¬
vency among financiers abroad is due
to the fact that he is at the helm and
that If he goes the chances of the loan loanvanish loananlsh loanvanish
vanish into thin air airThe aIrThe airThe
The emperors decision probably willnot willnot will willnot
not be officially omclaU known until the Easter
honors are published publishedWANTS publIshedWANTS publishedWANTSTIIMONY
WANTS WANTSTIIMONY THE MONEY MOr EY RETURNEDCincinnati RETURNEDCincinnati RETURNED RETURNEDCincinnati
Cincinnati Man M ii Brings Suit Against Againstthe
the New York life Insur Insurance Insurance Insurance ¬
ance Company CompanyCincinnati CompanyCincinnati CompanyCincinnati
Cincinnati April 10 10As As a result of the therecent therecent therecent
recent insurance developments three threesuits threesuits
suits of an unusual character were filed filedhere filedhere filedhere
here today to ay by David Baumgart against agairistthe againstthe agaiiistthe
the New York Life Insurance
company companyThe companyThe companyThe
The suits are all for the recovery of ofpremiums ofpremiums ofpremiums
premiums paid on lapsed policies The Thebasic Thebasic he hebasic
basic allegation Is fraud upon policy policyholders policyholders lOliCYholders
holders and carries car ies the the various alle allegations allegations allegations ¬
gations that the officers of the company
had excessive excessivesa1aries salaries squandered large largesums lar largesums e esums
sums of the policyholders money in il ¬
legal expenses rebates briberies contri ¬
butions to political campaigns and that
the trustees invested large sums in syil
dicate dlcateoperaUons operations for exploiting stocks stocksand stocksand
and bonds and other securities for their theirown theirown theirown
own profit and not the advance of the thepolicyholders thepoIlcyholders thepolicyholders
policyholders There Is the additional al ¬
legation of misrepresentation the charge
being that while these things complained complainedof
of were being done nothing was being
done for the benefit of the policyhold policyholders
ers The plaintiff says he was not aware awareof awareof awareof
of these things when lIe insured or he hewould hewould hewould
would never er have taken the policies
The policies were for 23000 and recov recovery recovery recovcry ¬
ery of 6280 6 O in premiums and interest is issought issouSht issought
sought soughtMAY souShtMAY soughtMAY
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MAY EXTEND EXTENOTOSAN TO SAN DIEGO DIEGOSenator DIEGOSenator DIEGOSenator
Senator Clark President of the San SanPedro SanPedro SanPedro
Pedro Making Inquiries as to toBight toRight toS
S Bight of Way Wayf WaySpecIal WaySpecial
+ f Special to The Herald HeraldSan HeraldSan + f ff
+ f San Diego Cal April 10 10H H S SCrane SCrane +
4 + Crane this morning received a letter letterf Jetterrom letterfront +
+ f from rom Senator Clark asking for data datarcSarding dataregarding + f
4 regarding a possible extension of the t11eSalt theSalt +
4 + Salt Lake railroad railroadfr9m from Los An Angeles Angeles 4 +
4 + geles to this city clt Inquiry was made maderegarding maderegarding + f
4 + regarding right of way wa and terminal terminalfacUities terminalfacilities + V
4 + facilities The chamber of commerce commercebas commercehas + f
4 + has taken over the matter and will VwJlIinvite 4 4 4invite
4 + Invite Senator Clark to extend the theUne 4 4line
4 + line to San Diego promising prom sing assist asslslwherever assistance 4 4f +
+ f ance wherever possible possiblet + f ff
4 f f t M + M + + t + t + fi t + t + + + + + + fH fl + + t 4 t + t + flM t t iff tr t i tr
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HORROR INCREASES EACH EACHDAY EACHDAY
DAY AY AT MT VESUVIUS VESUVIUSFlow
Flow of Lava Resumes Work Workstruction of De DestructionLatest DestructionLatest
struction structionLatest Latest Disaster Disastercurs Oc Occurs Occurs
curs at Naples NaplesNaples NaplesNaples NaplesNaples1
Naples April ril 10 1 o OThe Thevolcano The volcano is i resuming activity aEtblitYJ espe especially especiall especiallyat ¬
cially ciall ciallyat at Cericola The stream of lava which started start ed anew in inthe inthe n nthe
the direction of oflorre Torre Annunziata reached the cemetery of ofthat ofthat ofthat
that town and then turned toward Pompeii PompeiiThe PompeiiThe PompeiiThe
The troops are conveying provisions surgical accessories accessoriesand accesspriesand accessories1 accessories1and
and other material for forthe the relief of the injured near Ottajano OttajanoA
A violent storm of sulphurousain sulphurous rain occurred today at San SanGuiseppe SanGuiseppe SanGuiseppe
Guiseppe Vestiviana and Saviano SavianoIn 0 0In
In the market disaster twelve persons were killed two mor mortally nlortally mortally ¬
tally injured twentyfour dangerously and one hundred less lessseriously lesssenously lessseriously
seriously injured Several of the dead were crushed cr shed and man mangled mangled mangled ¬
gled beyond recognition recognitionRome recognitionROll1e recognitionRome
Rome April 10 1 OA A dispatch from fro III Naples to the theTiribuna theTiribunaiepoits Tribuna Tribunareports Tribunarepolis
reports that five hundred persons have perished in the thed thedistric thedistricbetween district districtbetween rict rictbetween
between Ottajano and San Guiseppe Guiseppeobserved GliseppeNaples Guiseppe1Naples1
Naples April 11 1 1 530 a at nlA reat eruption of ofand sand is isobserved isobserved
observed on the east side of the mam crater This is worse worsethan worsethan worsethan
than ashes as it is heavier The ejection of ashes seems to tohave tohave tohave
have diminished diminishedFresh diminishedFresh diminishedFresh
Fresh shocks of earthquake are being felt especially in inthe inthe inthe
the direction of Ottajano Somma and Nola Fortunately the thegreat thegreat thegreat
great amount of ashes on the ground seems to have counter counteracted counteracted counteracted ¬
acted the telluric action of the shocks Another part of the themain the1l1ain themain
main cone of the volcano has fallen in inl causing a great dis discharge discharge discharge ¬
charge of redhot stones flame and smoke smokeReports snlokeReports smoke1Reports
Reports from Sicily state that ashes from Mount Vesuvius Vesuviusare
are noticeable there
I
Naples April 10 10When When morning morningbroke morningbroke morningbroke
broke today the outlook was promising promisingfor
for an amelioration of the conditions conditionsconsequent conditionconsequent conditionsconsequent
consequent upon the activity of Mount MountVesuvius MountVesuvius MountVesuvius
Vesuvius The hopefulness of the pop populace populace populace ¬
ulace however was shortlived and andthe andthe andthe
the Neapolitans were plunged into a acondition acondition acondition
condition bordering borderin on frenzy by the thecollapse thecollapse thecollapse
collapse of the Mount Oliveto market marketwhich marketw1ich marketwhieh
which cpvered a plot of Q ground JBOO OO feet feetsquare teetsquare feetsquare
square the structure falling upon 200 200or 200or 2041or
or more persons many man of whom hom were werecrushed werecrushed verecrushed
crushed and mangled beyond recogni recognition reeognitIon recognition ¬
tion The scenes in the vicinity of the theruins theruins theruins
ruins were agonizing relatives of the thevictims thevictims thevictims
victims clamoring to be allowed to go goto goto goto
to their dead or dying Only by the thefirm thefirm thefirm
firm intervention of the police and car carbineers carbineers carbineers ¬
bineers was it possible to keep back backthe backthe backthe
the crowd from overwhelming those thosewho thosewho thosewho
who were engaged in the work of res rescue rescue rescue ¬
cue
S Hope Faded Away AwayWhile Awaywhile
I IVhlle
While early in the day the volcanic volcanicactivity volcanicactivity volcanicactivity
activity of Mount Vesuvius appeared to tohave tohave tohave
have diminished as night approached approachedthe
the prospect of immediate relief faded fadedaway fadedawa fadedaway
away awa and the fate of the villages and andtowns andtowns andtowns
towns grouped around the volcano volcanoseemed volcanoseemed volcanoseemed
seemed more moreholpless helpless Instead of de decreasing decreasing decreasing ¬
creasing the fall of sand and ashes asheaemitted a8heemitted ashesemitted
emitted from the crater increased Even Evenwith Evenwith Evenwith
with the sun shining high in the heav heavens heavens heaveps ¬
ens the light was a dm yellow in the themidst U1emIdst themidst
midst of which the few people who re remained rt rtmained remained ¬
mained in the stricken towns their theirclothing theirclothIng theirclothing
clothing hair and beards covered with withashes withashes withashes
ashes moved about in the awful still stillness stillness stillness ¬
ness of desolation like gray ghosts ghostsAwful ghostsAwful ghostsAwful
Awful Desolation DesolationThe DesolationThc DesolationThe
The case of Torre del Greco is typi typical typical typical ¬
cal For thirty thlrt hours the place has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been practically deserted but amid the theruins theruins theruins
ruins and a semidarkness illuminated illuminatedfrom illuminatedfrom illuminatedfrom
from time to time by vivid flashes of oflightning oflightning oflightning
lightning a few of the inhabitants go goabout goabout goabout
about hungry and andvith with throats parched parchedwith parchedwith parchedwith
with smoke and dust seemingly unable unableto
to tear tearthemseives themselves away from the ruins ruinsof ruinsof ruinsof
of what so recently were their homes homesCommunications homesCommunlcatioI1s homesCommunicatiozis
Communications by rail or tramway tramwaywith tramwaywith tramwaywith
with Torre del Greco and Torre An Annunziata Annunziata Annunziata ¬
nunziata is impossible owing to the cin cinder cinder em emden ¬
der sand and ash deposits Railway Railwaytravel Railwaytravel Railwaytravel
travel to and from Naples is much muchhampered muchhampered muchhampered
hampered by the same conditions and anda
a collision today oday resulted in the injury injuryof injurof
of about twelve passengers Tele Telegraphic TelegraphIc Telegraphic ¬
graphic communication with the towns townsfarthest townsfarthest townsfarthest
farthest in the danger zone also is in interrupted interrupted interrup ¬
terrupted terruptedFlow terruptedFlow terrup ted tedFlow
Flow of Lava L va increasing IncreasingThe i iThe
The flow of lava from the volcano volcanowhich vokanowhich volcanowhich
which had almost ceased during the thenight thenight thenight
night recommenced again early today todayaiid todayalid todayand
and the fall of volcanic ejecta in the theVesuvian theVesuvian theVesuvian
Vesuvian communes has ha been enor enormous enormous enorinous ¬
mous It is feared that the weight of ofashes ofashes ofashes
ashes on roofs will cause the collapse collapseof
of many man more buildings both here and andin andIn andin
in the towns and villages nearer near r the thevolcano thevolcano thevolcano
volcano volcanoDirector volcanoDirector volcanoDirector
Director Matteucci Matteuc < f who ho continues continuesathis at athis athis
his post postin in the observatory telegraphed
tonight that the volcano was RS generally generallyculm generallYelm generallycIm
elm last night with occasional sharp sharpexplosions sharpe sharpekploslons
explosions e plosions these becoming more yin violent YiHlqnt yinlqnt ¬
lent lqnt toward morning Director Mat Matteucci lIatt Matt4uccl
teucci t uci says his seismic instrument in indicate indfrate indlea ¬
dicate dlea te great subterranean agitation agitationKing agItatlonlOng agitationKing
King Victor Emmanuel and Queen QueenHelene QueenHelene QueenHelene
Helene have forwarded to Premier Son Sonnino Snnnino Sonnine
nino who is here 20400 20 OO to b be applied appliedtowaz4M3 applipdtow appliedtowaz4Di
towaz4M3 tow relief of the salterers by bythe bythe bythe
the volcano volcanoThe volcano1he volcanoThe
The prefect has removed the mayor mayorof maoTof
of San Giuseppe from office because In Inthe intlle inthe
the face of danger he left his village villagewithout vlUagewithout villagewithout
without informing his SU1 superiors superiorsPope superiorsPope > eriors eriorsPope
Pope Sends Benediction BenedictionCardinal BenedictionCantinal SenedictionOart1inal
Cardinal Prisco archbishop archbl ho of Xa Xaples Xapies Napies
pies who today visited the people peoplewounded peoplewounded peoplewounded
wounded by the fall of the Mount Oli Oliveta Oliveta Oh Ohveta
veta market brought to these unfor unfortunates unfortunates unfortunates ¬
tunates the benediction of othe the pope popeThe DOPPThe popeThe
The Duchess of Aosta was as a veri veritable yen vprtable yentable ¬
table angel an el of mercy to the sufferers sufferersby sutrerersby sufferersby
by the market house disaster She Shespent Shespent Shespent
spent the entire day at the hospital hospitalcomforting hoapitalcomforting
comforting the bereaved and assisting assistingthe
the injured As the duchess bent over overa
a cot to give a cooling drink to a child childwho childwho hUdwho
who was bruised and battered from fromhead fronIhead fromheat
head to foot she felt a a kiss Imprmtnd Imprmtndon < f fon
on the hand Looking down the duch duchess duc11ess duchens ¬
ess eyes met those of a woman kneel kneeling knEEIin kneeling ¬
ing in at her feet who said Your exi exicellency ex exeel1encJ oxcelleney
cellency she pointing to the suffer suffering suffEring sufferlog ¬
ing child is all I have I am a wld wldow widi widiow widow >
ow May God reward you youThe youThe ou ouThe
The troops on duty in the volcanic volcaniczone volcanizone
zone are utilizing the railway carriages carriagesat
at different localities as camp hospitals hospitalsThe hospitalshe hospitalsThe
The he Red Cross society has established establisheda
a hospital in the vlclinty jcl1nt r of San GIus GIuseppl Gluseppi
eppl epplThe epplThe eppiThe
The number of dead taken from the thachurch thechurch
church at San Giuseppi > l which col collapsed col4 col4lapsed ccilapsed ¬
lapsed yesterday while a congregation congregationof
of about 200 persons were attending attendingmass
mass is twentysix twent six There were sev seventynine se seventynine ¬
entynine severely injured injuredImmense InjuredI injuredImmense
Immense I mmense Lake of Lava LavaFinance LavaFinance LavaFinance
Finance Minister Salandra accompanied accompaniedby
by a party of officials went today by byautomobile bJ bJautfm byautomobile
automobile autfm obile to Portiei Resina and d Torre Torredel Torredel Torredel
del Greco on a tour of inspection Pro Progress Pogress Progross ¬
gress was greatly hindered by the ashes ashesThe ashesThe ashesThe
The minister called on the inhabitants inhabitantsthe r rthe fthe >
the towns visited to cooperate with the thetroops thetroops thetroops
troops In clearing the Rahes a bes from the thereofs th throofs thernroofs ¬
roofs of the houses bo In order to prevent preventtheir preventtheir preventtheir
their fall The lava In the vicinity of ofBoscottrecoee nf nfBoscottr ofBoseottrecoee
Boscottrecoee Boscottr has formed a species of oflake ofJake or orlake
lake The party returned to Torre Annun Annunziata Annunziata Annunziata
ziata amid a heavy fall of ashes Nan Navigation NaYigation Nangatiomi ¬
gation is very dangerous because of the theflying thsflying theflying
flying ashes ashesAll ashesA ashesAll
All A 11 the bodies of those who were killed killedin
in the church at San Giuseppe on Monday Mondayhave Monda Mondahave Mondayhave
have been recovered the number being ing
105 lO Search Is being made of the houses housesat
at Ottanajo where fifty corpses have havebeen hali6been havebeen
been already found foundREEDER foundREEDER foundREEDER
REEDER RENOMINATED RENOMINATEDLincoln RENOMINATEDLincoln RENOMINATEDLincoln
Lincoln Kan April 10 toW W A Ree Reeder Reeder Roeder
der was nominated here today for con cons congTEttS congres
gTEttS s by the th Republicans of the Sixth Sixthdistrict Sixthdistrict
district Over 100 1 out of 12S delegates delegateswere
were ere instructed for him
t phe Herald kodak m man manwill an anWIll n nwiThhe
will wiThhe be around looking for pictures picturesof pl tures turesofschoolchildren
of ofschoolchildren school childrenthis children this week t fJ 1 1yoursis when whenyoursis whenyours
yoursis yours is published pub1ishedtherewil1 there will be a dollar dollaririj dollarln dollarin
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