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FrankfortontheMaln Ialn Germany May May2DetzU lIayl
12 l 2DetzU = Det I > etaJ l oiHa inystarious storlou8 and revolting revoltingtragedy revoltingtragedYy revoltingtragedy
tragedy tragedYy by which whi whlith h Wllhelm J1helm 3 Meyr py ytr r arid a awoman awoman awoman
woman nitml Christianla will be b arrested arrestedor
or the arrival df Q the HamburgAmerican HamburgAmericanline
line steamer steflm r Graf cra Waldqrseeat Wnld Walclqrse rse at New York Yorktoday Y Yorktodiy rk I Io
today o ay were revealed this afternoon Mjby Mjbyer 1t1p 1t1per Mey Meyer
er came to Frankfort April 34 4 and an left a atrunk atrunk atrunk
trunk and other other baggage with an aneXPress aneXPresscompAu express expresscompany epress epresseompRny
company saying saylz that the t the trunkcontained trunkcontainedclothing truu truzikcontainedclothing k contained containedclothing
clothing and that thatlfe He wanted it kept for forthree forthree forthree
three months as a he was going abroad abroadThe abroadrrhe abroadThe
The trunk was finally opened Olten d by t3iepo t3iepolice t thepo11cc ilei o olicc ¬
lice and found to contain cont in thd th half hEll hElleayed De Decayed l1e l1ea ¬
cayed a cd body bOd of an aged woman wofuan covered coveredwith coveredwith coveredwith
with chloride chlor chlorideof de of lirrie The body bodys turned turnedout turnedout u 1ed 1edout
out to be that ofaMrs ofa of a Mrs rrs vogel of Wildun Wildungen V ildun ildungen iIdUngen
gen in the thcpr principality nclpalitr of 0 otWTa1deck Waldeck who whohad whohad whohad
had been mm mflUlJn rnTngbace ntj Biwce ce the disappearance disappearanceof dlsappear nce nceof
of Meyer from Iom that place Iace She came from ftomFan troomdl fromSdI
Fan dl Francisco to W V ildungen with Meyer Meyertwo Meyertwo MeYQrtwo
two years ears ago The latter isa is a furniture furnituredealer f furnituredealer rniture rnitured
dealer d < aler Slyearsof 31 years of hge and brnin born in Gor Gormany Gorman Gotrushy
many man Mrs irs Vogel was reputed to have havebfen havemen havebfen
bfen very Yer rich Latterly La tterly she quarrelod quarreledwith quarrelodwith quarrelodwith
with Meyer 1tIeerand and asked for police prdtec prdtection prcJtectlon prcltection
tion tionThe
The murder was committed by b strangu strangulation strangulu strangulation ¬
lation lationMeyer lu Hon HonMcer J JMeyer >
Meyer spent several severaldas days in Frankfort Frankfortand Frankfortand
and wrote to theChrlsUanla the Christiania woman who whocomes whoomes whovome
comes of a good family to meet him here herewhence herewhence herewhenee
whence they the disappeared together Inquir Inquiries Inqulrips InquirUs ¬
ies made by the police established the thefact thefact thefact
fact that the couple sailed for New York Yorkfrom Yorktrom Yorkfrom
from from Hamburg April 29 registered as from fromNew fromX fromew
Woman Professes Ignorance of the theCrimeCommitted theCrimeCommitted theCrimeCommitted
CrimeCommitted CrimeCommittedXew I I II IXow
New York May 12 12lIeyer Meyer and the wo woman woroan ¬ i iroan
roan were arrested by federal officers at atHnboR atHoboten atHoboken
HnboR Hoboken n when the Graf Waldersee Walderseer
r < ached her dock there today
They were at once brought to this city cityand cityand
and 8 nd arraigned before United States Com Commissioner Commissioner Cornmisslofter ¬
missioner Shields who had issued the thewarrant thewarrant thewarrant
warrant for their arresj Thq man re refused refused refiisetl ¬
fused to1alkariu to to1alk 1RIk AnJ thi tho woman wlHnau professed professediit
Wit to know why Wl lD theyrbaa been be l1 arrested arrestedThe arrtstedThp arrestedTbp
The WalderFef VaIdfrreIwiisuet aldfT et w wasn JIIt et at thf tb dock by by1Jfputy b bDfPU b1puty
1Jfputy DfPU t United States Sta t8s Marslia1 Bernhard Bernbnrdand Bern Bernhardniid bard bardand
and anothgr anotb r Deputy Eputy who rho at oQcc nujtMey nujtMeyer AUt Ut Mey Meyc le leul1de ¬
er c underarret ul1de arret t Me made no ii resistance resistancei
i lpii 11 the tltf t baaicnfCs J ji lciffs 1Ifs were wel placed on his hisvrists hisrists 1
vrists ristf Tns h Stenian man who accompanied him himuas himas
uas as reglFtdfed rej1t Pe4 en n board the ship as S his hisp hisire I
I ire if b bti confessed to thE authorities that
1 1 < 1 sine me we Chr Thrititlania ttrthan ia As soon soonshe
p = sheiwJ 8b she YPZC 1If a what had ad 1wi epn done 1 she shei sneaD abeLaI
i UAU LaI aD arfkmjr afllk J the marsh marshal thje the U1ern theI wyMjijJftfc
I i arrest a rn rrct t and i ad from frolfttDf hr hfI qfrwaUBS nrT nrTtnrt
I tnrt tDf rnf rt a n if sh P WHS S entirely n Urfly ignorant I nrant of ofcrimw ofrIl I
rIl t crimw I rIme or ofhtrh of tthtrh hI Mev Xver r was accused accusedIirfuic ftccufltdI
Iirfuic I rlll rhg the ilftve 11th from Hoboken to tQCom Com ComriisJioner Comp
riisJioner p 11 i iJl1r fihlold office otcf in New N v York she shen shenadp sherpad
n nadp > ad s reveal eve nl attempts to t comfort Meyer MeyerIn MeyerFn
In Fn lIlt i her luh8DCPII clv ac > s were rebuffed rebuffedM rebuffedMr buffedI
M Mr I yer pr ift Ii of n ndhiizn Jtiim size sizer < JarK haired haireda hairedtnr1 hairednpl
tnr1 a n < l witbiraKUlafcatvnv wIUtrIInI u < When asked askedIf a kd kdif
If he bad JIved hVtnTtniled In 1n1TIW ralted States before beforelr beforel1P beforeFc
lr > replied in 11 German errnaii that It was no ones onesrnistne onpsll1 onesbiistnep
ll1 biistnep rnistne tne Thf Th woman speaks some En EnpUfh Envlih
i ip1Ih
pUfh but ut Meyer IeYPT anparentlv does not un undorrtHiid undrritaid
dorrtHiid M i word of It They were both bothBoatdied bothFfrched bothscsrclied I
Boatdied by the authorities who found foundr
r 1 nthin nthlng thing of a susnleious character Mr MrMeyer MrMeyer I I1h
Meyer 1h > ver had with him in German money mone a asum asmn aaiim
sum smn equivalent ef1uhl ent to 150 150The 150Thf 150The
The murderer arid J1fl the woman ware pre com committed cnmwittPd cornnutted ¬
mitted to i 1ffI nll fl without bail unfil unfillTondav unfillTondavWhpn Monday Mondavw Mondaywen
w wen > en the o nrm1n rnnn consul In this city will willappear wIllappear willnppear
appear HSTifnwt H2aln t th tI 1lm 1lmKANSAS m mKANSASJOCIALISTS mKANsAS
Full State Ticket Nominated N minated at Em Emporia Emporia Emporia
poria Convention ConventionKniporia ConventionlntponlL
Kniporia 1 KJah K ti May M 12 lThe The senate senatecoiiventlonotf senateUIlventJon senateconventlot
coiiventlonotf UIlventJon oI Knusas ua socialists in session sessionhere sessionhere sessionhere
here nominated the following ticket to today today today ¬
day dayiovernor dayCiovernor I
iovernor Harry arry Gilman Oswego lieu ¬
tenant tt > nant governor F A Currick Topeka Topekasecretary Topekasretary
secretary 15 > of state A E Welch relch Newton
treasurer J R Price Emporia attorney attorney
Keneral C B Mitchell Gueda Springs Springsstate Springsstate
state tate superintendent suPOrlteld t qCpublc qt CPubl publ < instruction
Grace D Brewer Girard associate a Jus ¬
tice tlc A M Morrison Empona N C
Dermott Ft Scott six year term My Myron ¬
ron Wiltze Hiawatha W E Pierce
Lyons I yons four year par term railroad commis commissioners cmmlssloners ¬
sioners J O Smith Leavenworth E B
Moon loon Topeka Charles Brannan Good
land state printer F W Yo Colton Fulton Fultonauditor Fultonauditor Fultonauditor
auditor E N Fierson Ft Scott insur insurance immrnnce Insurance ¬
ance commissioner N P Larson Par Parsons Parsons ParSons ¬ I
e i
Washington May 12 12According According to a let letr ¬
ter r written by b Gilbert Reid president of
the American association of China to
John Foord secretary of the American
Asiatic association the fear which seems
to exist In some quarters f another up uprising uprising uprising ¬ I
rising in China is not well founded and I
the opinion Is expressed that the circum circumstances circumstances circumstances ¬
stances are notsuch nQt such as to make makenecessary makenecessarythe necessarY necessarvthe necessarYthe
the flight of foreigners in the interior to t tthe I
the ports rts It is admitted however that I
there Is a ferment in the political ideas ideasof ideasof Ideasof
of China and that while riots may be ex expected exppct expected ¬
pected ppct < d to appear appf > ar at times there is less dis disposition disposition disposition ¬
position to take a a foreigners life lifeWIRETAPPING liCeWIRETAPPING lifeWIRETAPPINGIS
Cincinnati May Mayl2Securing 12 lSecuring Securing Chicago Chicagoboard Chicagoboard Chicagohoard
board of trade quotations by means of ofwire orwire ofwire
wire tapping IM one of the allegations allegationsmade aIJegatlon5n1ade allegatIonsnade
made by John Hill jr in a petitionfiled petitionfiledtoday petition lied filedtrday lied1rtday
today asking the United States court to topi toiiloW
pi iiloW 1 low more time for tbe Chicago board boardtrade boardf
< f trade In its it suit against the W J JOdell JhPU JleIl
Odell leIl Commission Commh lion company of this city
The petition also outlines the story of ofin ot1h ofalleged
in > alleged discovery of oan an office in Phil Philndelphia PhiltdeJphla Philnielphla
ndelphia from which the Western Union Uniontjtunk Iniontfnk CnlonlInR
tjtunk tfnk lInR line cablo I was w tapped tappedJ pp ppCHARGE
Tox T > kn Kan May Ma 12 12Accordlng According to the then th thd
d diLJ5pn n if < t the supreme court Cnauncoy Chanco Chancor
Jfpew r Ifpew and his two ranchmen will have haveto havet
to t live the rest oftheirJlves oftheirjireswjthltdharge oftheirjireswjthltdhargeof with wJ a Charge Chargeof harJoof
of murder Bancihs bansl o Der fer r thorn 01 m The court courtrefused courtrptufi courtrefused
refused rptufi d to dlscharga dtschar J thejn t11 jf 1rOn rorri the charge chargethough chargethough chargethougit
though it concurred eoncurrf > d 4n fhe dismissal of oftho orthp ofthe
the ca case e In n the tI NtJrtoTi r ri county COU y district districtcourt dlstr districtcourt t tcourt
court i T 1 3 3DEM
r rFTovidenrtr
a it
FTovidenrtr 117 R I Kitty lky 12 12loiiel 12loiielRobert colonel1 colonel1Robert lo 1el 1elRobert I
Robert I Goddard of Providence was wasunanimously wasunanimously wasunanimously
unanimously nominated nomina ted today as the theDemocratic theDomocr theDemocratic
Democratic Domocr tic candidate candldateior for United States Statessenator Statessenator Statessenator i
senator from this state at a convention conventionof
of Democrats and independents d pendents
President Roosevelt Madeof MadeofClay Made MadeofClay of ofClay
Clay and Very Common CommonClay CommonClay CommonClay
Clay at That ThatTALKS ThatTALKS ThatTALKS
r IRON rR9N MAN MAN4Washington MANWahIngton
4Washington Washington May 12 121n 12Inonepf In one onepf f the bit bitterest blt1pfest l ltrestattack ¬
terest 1pfest trestattack 4 attacks thathas thathnsbeenmaue been matte upon uponthe uponPresidenfloosevtdur1n
Pr Presidenfloosevtdur1n sitlcntRooseJ1tduring the debateon debateontHe debate on ontile
the railroad rilroad rate bill U1 Senator Bafley i icharged
charged that thecxecuttle the executive haU h d surrTn
doredhis d5ted dSred hl hIs position p siUon advocating U an effect eff t ¬
hoe measure andhadAabandqned and hadaban hadabaiuioned oned his de demands dern ¬ i
mands m ndS for tariff tariufrev1iien revision re lon rTheTexas rrhe Th Texas 5en 5enirient en enri enaipr
ri aipr l Charged that ttf t1 presidentg arraign arralgnm arraignrnbnt
irient m nt iOf trusts t ust had been made m de after Aiis Aiiselection lhlselectiun his
election and l1d that bet beor ore thatvtirije he had
been as silent as the grave oft O oti no the themlb sb
jeet jf < regulating tcgul ting thtf th railroads The sen senatbr s ten tenalor n natQr
atbr closed clos Jl with this statement statementfBilt statemeiitBdt > i
fBilt B Bdt t lt l t us have no ItO more talk Ij in the thesenate thesenate thesenafb
senate and talk iii the country about abol1tt this thisiron Ejilslroni is isironi
iron man He is is clay cla and very common commonclay commonclay comthonclay
clay aptihat at atthatThe tihat tihatThe J JThe
The speech was as in reply to Senator Sen tqr CaV CaVtcr Ca Cat ar artr
tcr t r who had 4e enaed the president presidentgalnsj presidentgaln presidentgainit
galnsj galn t criticisms saying stir that no one dhecoul4 oneco Onec9u14
coul4 co 1d charge him with cowardice In the thecourse theeourse thecotlrse
course cotlrse of his remarks Senator Senat r Garter Garterfqtr arter < re rct refexr
fexr t < < tr d to t the t theBtirnocratic e Democratic D IUocratic iparty > pprt as as S a part paxityof partot partyof
of > negation n Uon and nothing 5moreGr morITe or He de declared decJared declarecj ¬
clared that the party partyh had d been frightened frightenedinto frIghtm irIhteitedInto ed edinto
into a cTifll at the prdspect of faction1 He Hechanged Hechwged Hechirged
changed that neither neltherS1nators Sjfnators Bailey B i1ey nor norRayner norRayner 10rRaner
Rayner in all their congressional eoflressionalcarders eoflressionalcardershad carOers carOershad c rticrs rticrshad
had done anything to secure secure effective etfe tiv rail railroad laHroad railToad ¬
road rate legislation legiSlationReason legislationReason j jReason
Reason for f r Carters C rters Speech Speech1When SpeechVllen cech cechWhen
When Senator Bailey Bailc gained the floor floorhe fioorhe
he charged that the Mantana senators senatorsebullitions sCl1 senktorsebuilitlonS tors torsebulUUol1s
ebullitions was due to the fact that he hehad hehad hehad
had nQt been mentioned by b Senator Ray Rayner Ra Raner Rayncr ¬
ner in his speech speeehas as one oneof of the th thepresidnts thepresidntsspeCial presidents presidentsspecial presidentsspecial
special ambassadors am bass d rs He defdinPBed3 d 1efdiled imed 13 his hisown hisown hisown
own record on the ground that during his hiscongressional hiscongressional hiscongressional
congressional service his party had been beenj beenin bebuin
j in pOwer only the first four years If Ifduring Ifduring f fduilng
during the time the Democrats were were in inthe Inthe Inthe
the minority mlnorJt he had introduced a bill to toregulate toregulate toregulate
regulate the railroads the senator said s id he h hwQuld hewould
would have been perfbrmlng perfOrth1ngan < Pana an a act < t of ofbuncombe ofbuncombe
buncombe He Herfpeated repeated charges fofincOn IQln hfinOnslstehcy n nj
sistency j Isfe c on the part of 0 < the pTejfideni pi pfeide fident t in jnthe inthe Inthe
the legislative leJislativeprogTamn programme e saying that the theabsolute theabsolute theabsoiute
absolute rate first contended for had hadbeen Iu hadbeen J Jbeen
been sidetracked for fo the maximum maximumrate maximumrate maximurnrate
rate and that the president had changed changedhis
his position on the subject of suspension suspensionof suspensionofrate
of ofrate rateg rat pending a reversal by tlie t lC courts courtsAs courtsAsto courtsAsto
As Asto to Matchless MatchlessCourage MatchlessCourageakIngup Courage CourageTafchigup CourageTaking
Tafchigup Taking up a statement stnt ment made by b Senator SenatorCarter SenatorCarter SenatorCarter
Carter that the president had during his hiscampaign hiscampaign hiscampaigz
campaign for the presidency displayed displayedmatchless displayednatchIess
matchless courage in opposing the rail railroad raiJroad railroad ¬
road trust Mr Bailey said in that re respect respect respect ¬
spect spectHas spectUHas
Has the senator from Montana exam examIned exammed
ined tljc record on that th t question as he did didthe didti
the th ti record racordOn on tile senator senat r rfrom from Maryland Marylandand
and myself What will U1 the thesanateijy thesanateijythat > sonate sanal atr atrudtIllttiI = sai
udtIllttiI df Ifi
that in his his messages In 1902 and 1906 the thepresident i
was as silent as the grave upon uponthe i
the Question of regulating the railroads railroadsthat rallroadsthat I
that standing in the presence of the theAmerican theAmerican theAmerican
American people pending pen lng the great con contest contest contest ¬
test of IfXH he spoke never a word in its itsfavor itsfa Itsfavor
favor fa vor either in his letter of acceptance or orin orIn orIn
in his hi speech sp thof of acceptance acceptanceOnly acctUtfU1ceOhl accqj4LrieeOtly
Only Ohl after his election ele ti n in 1904 dW he heVhallengc heehallefige I Ihall
Vhallengc hall ngc the railroad powers owers in mortal mortalcombat mortalcombat mortalcombat
combat Did the senator from Montana Montanaknow Montanaknow Montanaknow
know that when he h < declared that the thepresident thepresident thepresident
president has exhibited the marvelous marvelouscourage matveIousco II
courage co raJ rag In defying d f ing the railroads prior to tohis tohis tohis
his ejection ejectionBefore c eJtlonTBefore tion 1 I IBefore
Before His H is Nomination NominationSenator NominationSenator i iSenator
Senator Carterreplied Carter replied that in a public publicaddress publiciiddress
address delivered d llvered in the city clt of Minneapo Minneapolis 1lInnf > apo apoUs ¬ I
Its before the nomination the president presidenthad pr presidenthad 81dent 81denthad
had in clear distinct and unequivocal unequivocalterms unequivocaltqrms
terms announced his position upon the thesubject thesubject thesubject I
subject and likewise upon upOn necessary anti antitrust antitrust antitrust ¬
trust prosecutions and legislation legislationIn I
In Inr reply pl Senator Bailey said he did didnot didnot
not know the president had discussed d the therailroad therailroad therailroad I
railroad question in his speech in Minne Minneapolis Minnespells Minneapoli ¬
spells but he had examined the presi presidents presidents ¬
dents public messages mes messagesprior < age prior to the elec election election electlon ¬
tion and had found nothing of that char charaotor chnraotor charadter
aotor an in them themSenator themSenator
Senator Bailey said that the presidents presidentssecretary presideptssecretary I
secretary had writtento wrItten to the editor of O ofpublication fa fapubJication L Lpublication
publication known as Freight Frelghtin in the thesummer thesummer thesummer
summer of 1904 1904declarzng declaring that in his hislet hisletter let letter letter ¬
ter of acceptance the president pr < ldent would wouldspeak wouldspeak I Ispeak
speak out on the railroad question He Hesaid Hesaid I
said the presidents promise had not notbeen noli nolibeen notbeen
been redeemed Continuing he said saidFailed saidFailed I IFailed
Failed to Keep Promise PromiseI
4 1 do not say that the president put it itin itin Itin
in his letter and then when his astute astutepolitical astutpolitical ahtutepolitical
political advisers adi crs told him that the rail railroads raIJroads railroads ¬
roads would not contribute that he cut cutit cutit cutIt
it out Iwill I will not say that although there thereare thereare thereare
are many men who will WI11SB say it I only onl put putbefore putbefore putbefore
before the senate and the country the thefact thefact
fact that thathis his secretary said the presi president president ¬
dent would speak out and he did not notspeak notspenk notspeak
speak of it itPerhaps itPerhaps ItPerhaps
Perhaps these insurance companies companieswhich companieswhich companieswhich
which werecontributing were contributing the funds of ofwidows ofwidows r rwidows
widows and orphans to insure his elep eleption eJe eJelion eletion
tion owned so many of those railroad railroadbonds rai1roadbond railroadbonds
bonds that they the deterred not only the thepresident thepresident thepresident
president but the presidents presider ts advisers advisersfrom advisersfrom
from incorporating in his letter a t inca message me8sage incasage ¬
sage of hospitility1 against the railroads railroadspreceding railroadspreceding railroadspreceding
preceding his ejection ejectiont elpctionRoosevelt t t tRoosevelta
Roosevelt Roo ev lt a Quitter QuitterMr Q QuitterMr itter
Mr President Prf > sldeJft I love a bra brae < ve man I Ilove I10le Ilone
love fighter fl hterand andthe the president pr sident of the theUnited theUnited
United States St tf > sis is both on o occasions but buthe bVthe
he can give up wi with h as muchalacrity rnuchalacrityasany as asany asany
any man who ever went to battle either eithercivic eitherclvIc eithercivic
civic or political He Rights Igh ights furiously furiouslywhen furiouslywh furiouslywhgin
when wh n it is a physical contest Tgraift 1 I gTntft you youbecause youbecause youbecause
because that is a question of courage as aswell aswell aswell
well as endurance but he seems to have haveno haeno haveno
no endurance in the political contests contestshere contestshere contestshere
here Why h he was goJng to revise the thetariff thetariff thetariff
tariff and an < l his hh friends called Him off offnnd offmd offand
and then that great reat voice that was filling fillingthe fi1lin fi1linthe fillingthe
the nation with a deman for tariff re revison reIson revison
vison suddenly sank Into the gentleness gentlenessand
and weakness of a whisper whisperThen whisperThen > r rThen
Then he was going ing to have the thl rail railroads r railroads il ilroads ¬
roads regulated r < ulatc and It was announced announcedthat announcedthat d dthrit
that congress would boconvened bo c cqnvencd mvencd In Inextr Inextrordinary extra extraordinary extraordinary ¬
ordinary session to deal with it but the thepr thereat thegreat
pr great reat at leaders lea ers assembled with the presi president presldpnt president ¬
dent prayed with jiim him im a little while whileand whUeand whileand
and no call was issued for an extraor extra or ¬
dinary session of congress Ho waited waiteduntil waiteduntil aUed aUeduntil
until the th regular session and five mOnths mdnthsof m nlhR nlhRof
of that has elapsed and still no nothou legisla legislation lc I lft lfttlon ¬
thou And when we do got a bill God Gortsave Go Godsave i isac
save the country from such a bill as it itwJU itII
wJU iii II be
WhatHe What He Could HaveTDone HaveTDoneyif Have bone boneIf
yif 2 If the president ha hag been lhiRheroi t thisherdfighter l l1proi
fighter as the senator from Montana Montanawould IontanawouJd lontanawould
would have us believe he was as you know knowwhat knowwhat knowwhat
what he would have don He would
have summoned the th Republican leaders leadersto I > aders adersto
to a conference frpm the senatoand senatoandhouse spnnteanc1110USC snatennclbouse
house ahdhewould ll1d be would liave said ald to them
Gentlemen Ttani I m not talking to you as astbf as aslP astbe
tbf lP president pr sid nt of the United l lite States Iam I am
talking to youns YOU yo Os Theodore Roosevelt Roosev lt
the Republican I am talking to you ou as asa us usa asa
a Republican I Want to tell you Oll that 1
happen to have learned that unless you youpass youpass OU
pass a good bill the president of the
United States intends to veto it itAnd itAtid1
And Andj then th n they the would ould have passed p ssed a
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Senate Sen te Committee Coml litteevV Would ould Not NotCount NotCount JjtCount
Count Vote o e of an Absent tbsentJ
T7 J Member MernrWalington i iWashington r rJf
Jf JfYaslingtQn 3 T
Washington May la 12 12The The senate I5el ae com committee C6111 C6111miUecon con1 con1mittee ¬
mittee miUecon on intaroceanic canals iBiiVea iBiiVeadeadlock Is is1flitdeaJlock inll inlldenUIqck
deadlock oft oi r the t t1 e iue LUOitltfl u stldn n of u utpeof th thtype lyd lydtype
type tpeof of canal to be wernm e ectmijnendetlt ectmijnendetltThe min ndeI ndeIThe udedThe
The question was taken up today todayand todai todayand i iand
and the vote ote showed rive rive for ji jisea at atbe4 asea
sea leVel l cl canal and five for the lock locktype locktyperecointpend type typerecommended typerecommended
recommended recointpend by the minority minoritY of the theboard theb thebdard
board b ard of consulting engineers There were weretwo wetetwo weretwo
two aWenteesvSerTatOKSGorman abJentet glilentesSeiTator > S Serfators Gorman and audGar audGarmackThe Car Carmack earmack
mack mackThe The latter tqjesraphed t gnlpl d from Ten Tennessee Tellnessee Tennessee ¬
nessee Instructing the chairman to o count counthfs counthis counthIs
his vote for the sealevel type which whichwould whichwould
would have h ve made a majority o agaiiiBt the thelock t tlock thelock
lock canal desired by the administration administrationAfter admin1 tration trationAfter
After wrangling for an hour over the thequestiop tbequStiop thequestion
question of accepting ac eptlng the vote of Senator SenatorCarmack SenatorCurII1ackthe SenatorCarni
Carmack CurII1ackthe Carni k the committee adjourned until untilWednesday untIlVedne untilVedneiiday
Wednesday Vedne tla next nextThe nextThe nextThe
The vote vot today was as follows followsFor fOowsFor fc4lowzFor
For sealevel ea enlcvel1ittredge JeveJ Tvittredee Kittre ge Platt Ankeny AnkenyMorgan AnkenyIorgan AnkenyMorgan
Morgan and Taliaferro TaliaferroFor Tal TaliaferroForiock a erro erroFor
For Foriock lock typeMill typ typeiillard Il1Itlrd rd Hopkins Dry Dryr3en Dr DrtJan Drydon
don < Knox and Simmons SimmonsAn
An effort was made by Senator Tn Kitt Ivittredge Kittredge Kittredge
redge to vote Senator Carmack but ob objection objection objeetlon ¬
jection was made madeIf madeIf madeIf
If Senator Carmack should return to toWashington toYashlngton toWashington
Washington before the meeting Wednes Wednesday Wednesday Vdnesday ¬
day undoubtedly the decision decl ioll of the com committee committee committee ¬
mittee will be in favor of a sealevel ca canal canal Canal ¬
nal nalGUARD nalGUARD nalGUARD
Militia Numerically Strong Enough Enoughto EnoughtoDraw
to toDraw Draw DIa 6000 From FiomGov FiomGov1I1IIl Gov Governmeiyt Govnmpit
ernmeiyt 1I1IIl I t Fund FunSpecial Puii1tSpecial j jiSoecial
Special to The HeraldTashington Herald Her1dWashington j jWashington
Washington May 1Ia 12 12SenatQr Senator Suther Sutherland Sutherlahd Sutherland ¬
land wasadvised today toda by b Assistant Sec Secretary Secr Sacretaiy ¬
retary r t a 1 of War Oliver OUv r that Utah will re rec rec rec
c ive ve an allotment for forthis this years sup support support support ¬
port qf tho > National Guard as usual usualThe usualThe usualThe
The letter J9tter l tter of notification notificaUonstated notificaUonstatedThe stated statedThe statedThe
The recent inspection made ma e by the thewar thewar thewar
war depaf depattmont tmxjnt in accordance with the thelaw thelaw thelaw
law shows shpws that the enlisted strength of ofthe ofthe orthe
the National Guard of Utah is 343 men menand menand I Iand
and consequently it is entitled to the use useof useof I Io
of o its allotment of funds for the cur current current current ¬
rent fiscal year Allotments for the next nextfiscal nextfiscal nextfiscal
fiscal year ear have not been made by the thewar thewar thewar
war department but it can be assumed assumedby assumedb assumedby
by b the state authorities that Utahs al allotment a1lotment allotment ¬
lotment will ll be approximately the same samefor samefor samefor
for this year ear unless the tb militia militiabill militiabill militiabill
bill pending incongress iil c ingrcss appropriating an anadditional anadditional I Iadditional
additional milliondollars million dolars for military mllftar pur purposes purposes ¬ i ipoes
poses becomes becomesa a law I r when flie he allot allotment allotment 111otm ¬
ment m > nt for each state will be doubled doubledThe doubJedrlhe doubledThe
The present allotment allotmtL ahlotment nt is abut 6000 6000ROBBED 6000ROBI3EDQF I IROBBED
Philadelphia May la 12 lIrs Mrs Edward EdwardLowber Eda Ed wasd wasdLowber d I ILowbcr
Lowber Welch wife of a promfiumt bank banker bankerhus
er erhus has notified noUf ed the pollee of tlje te loss of ofrare ofrare r rrare
rare and costly Jewels ewels which hich were stolen stolesnfrom stolenfrom stolenfrom
from the Welch V lch suburban home at Chest Chestnut C Cnut Chessnut
nut Hill The value of the missing gems gemsis gemsis
is saidto said to be in excess of SIOCOO 10000A i iA
A former former butler te 1 suspected suspectedTAKEN sURpectdTAKEN suspectedTAKEN
Milwaukee May Iay 12 12Henn Henry G Goll as assistant asslstantcashler asslstantcashier ¬
sistant slstantcashler cashier of ofthe the Fir First t National bank bankfound bankfound bankfound
found guilty of misapplying funds and andmaking andmaking andmaking
making false entries in the books of the thebank tbebank thebank
bank was taken to Fort Leavenworth LeavenworthKan
Kan this afternoon to begin his ten tenyears tenyears tenyears
years sentence In the th federal penitentiary penitentiarybill p > nftOntlar nftOntlarblU
bill fulfilling In some degree fJnee the th ti laudable laudableexpectations laudablcexpectations laudableexpectationa
expectations of this people If congress congresshpd con cougre cougrehnd C8IS C8IShpd
hpd failed to do It and nd he had vetoed the thebill thebill thebill
bill they ey passed and then convened them themin themin
in extraordinary session to pass a good goodone goodon goodone
one on > he would have written wrltt 1J his name side sideby sideby aideby
by side > with the names of Jefferson and andJackson andJackson andJackson
Jackson and Lincoln and others among
i his illustrious predecessors
I Standard St rid rd Oil Inquiry 1 1qlliryarillgs Brings Out OutSome OutSome I
Some SQlJ1e > Very Ver Sensational Sensationali S SensationalTestimony isation 1 I
i h Testimony TestimonyChicago TestimonyChicago
I Ir
r I Ich1
Chicago ch1 gohl Msty 12 lrhe 1Tlte The investigation fnt I 6tigain o oi of oftJ ofthe
i the tJ e interstate tertateOOq1mercecQtn eonimercecQtnmistMQii evrpniercc ccHnxniioIi i OJi into intothe int intHie intothe
the Hie relations rclati t s bStvyeen b6t bitveCn een the hel Standard St 1dttrd Oil Oilcompany oncompany OilCoXflati
company CoXflati and U the t he railroads wo wn c a concluded concludedthis concludedt11s concludedtitle
this afternoon aft rnoon as far as this tl1i section of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the country is concerned conceqwd and will vi be b9 bt re resumed resum resumeij ¬
sumed sum d in Cleveland May MaYN M 4 F S Hibbs Hibbsf
f 1 Peeria P ria who was for fort thirteen rtten years years in intlie inthe I
tile employ of the Standard Oil company companywas companywas companyvas
was the star witness of the day dn 1ie ilu I
demonstrated dmons rahd hdw the agents a nts of the oil oilcompany oilcompany t tCOmlan I
company were accustomed a ± eustonied to trick cus custohiers custorners
tohiers into thinking thinl ing that the product of ofthefr ofthHr oftltefr
thefr company Was s superior su erior r when nh n in
fact it was inferior to the product of ofthe oftblilldependent oftht j
the lndependeiit companies He gave ga e the thenames thenames theuniTies
names of men whom lie h < had bribed to togive to11e togive
give information informn tion of the business ot com competitors compotitors cornpetltors ¬
petitors and on crossexaminatidn de declared decarel ¬
dared the Standard Oil company is
doing dolngill all of these things today todavOther
Other ther witnesses told of bribing em employes employes employes ¬
ployes of railroads and manufacturing manufacturincompanies I
companies and one instance was related relatedwhere relatedwhere relatelwhere
where a I wire and an nail mill in Indiana Indianahad Indianaw Indianawas
w was COI1WJ COifllilefl to shut down because grit gritad
had ad b been wen en placed in the oil purchased purcha f > d of ofan ofan ofau
an au independent indepf > lld > nt concern at the th instance instanceof
of a salesman of
Standard Oil com company company cornpany ¬
pany panyWill panyVJILL
American Warships Once More MoreCalled 1IoreCa iIoreCalled
Called Ca ed Upon to Prevent Trouble TroubleI Trouble Troublein
in Santo Domingo DomingoWashington DomingoYashington DomingoWashington
Washington May hl ny 12 12Reports Reports have havereached haver haverdached
reached r ached the state department
of the
or organization 01ganJz orgaruization ¬
ganization ganJz tio pf of another revolutionary
move movement movement movemeet ¬
ment directed against the government of ofPresident ofPresident ofPresident
President Caceres of ot Santo Domingo It
is understood that the island of Porto
Rico is is the base of operations and it is
supposed that thatecPresidents wcPresidents Morales and
Jimln Jimlnez z are thfc th leaders of the th > movement
Instructions Inst cUons have been bee sent s nt to the Insular
governor of Porto Rico to take steps to
carry car r out the neutrality 1Htutraft laws which would
prevent the organisation and departure df > parture of
any an hostile expedition and the American Americanwarships Alr Amqricanwarships rlcan rlcanwarships
warships surrounding > the island of San
Domingowill Domingo will also be instructed to prevent
any landing Jan ing of hostile forces for < fs
Amerl American al1 warships have been ordered to
cooperatein preserving neutrality neutralityHUNT neutraH neutraHr neutraHHUNT neutralityCandian
Canadian Can Candian 9ian Pacific P ifiC Official Offici 11 Joins Posse Posseon
I oh on the Trail TrailVancouver TrailVaiicouver
Vancouver B C May12 May12General lilay12Gf General > nEral Su Superintendent Su1Jerlntertd SuPertfltendflt ¬
perintendent 1Jerlntertd i1tl1 Marpole lrpoIe of the Canadiarf Pa Pacific Pacitld ¬
cific clti railroad left this afternoon for
Kamloops wherehe where h he will Wmas assist < lst in th the >
hunt for tile train
Jiuht robbers A mannamd man uamed
Mohr has been bee arrested l as a suspect
suspect An Anoth Annthr n notbtr
oth nthr r man a rancher is under surveil ¬
lance on charge of harboring the therDb robbers ers
The railroad ra Irond company has SCot s nt to Spo Spommt
kane for bloOdhounds u5edre uiedreeently < > ntlY In the
hunt for Smith in Oregon The robbers
have been traced towards the Nicola Nicohacountry Nicolacountry cola colacountr
country countryARE countryARENEW
Butte tte May Ma 12 12George George Breck sune superin
tendent tf > odcnt of the Park Transportation
coin coinpar company eoinwho
par pany vn who > was in Butte yesterday esterda is isauthority isauthority Isauthority
authority for the statement that the only onlvnew onl onlrew
new phenomenon In the Yellowstone Yellowstonepark Yellowsto110park Yellostoiiepark
park in consequence of recent seismic
disturbances was a small geyser or hot hotspring h hbtspring t tspring
spring which broke out ojjout the time timeof timebf timetf
of the San Francisco earthquake e New
hot springs are reported in this region regionevery regionevery regionevery
every year and this late flow may be bewithout bewithout bewithout
without significance
D IDJI I ElIJ 1 1r 1Diplomacy
Diplomacy Backed Ba ked by y War Warships Walships Warships
ships Gain Point Pp 1t for forGreat forGreat forGreat I i
> Great Britain BritainCairo
+ + + + + + + H HC + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
4 Cairo C iro Egypt May lla 1Tbe The Turkish Turkishgovernment + f i itian
+ government has agreed to eya evacuate uate +
+ + Tlbah and all other fJIac placex in Egyp +
+ thin territory which wbchhac have been oc ocCUIie ocCUiied 4 +
+ 4 cupieQ by the sultans troops troopsConstantinople troopst +
+ + + + + + 4 + + + t + + 4 + + t + + o oConstantinople + + 4 4Constantinople + + +
Constantinople May Ia 12 127TheTurklsh 12The The Turkish Turkishgovernment Turkishgovernment
government has accepted ncceptedtho > the demands of ofGreat ofGreat ofGreat
Great Britain conditionally conditl nally and it Is an anticipated anticipatcd I
ticipated that this th is only onl preliminary to totlie toUle totle
tlie complete acceptance aGc ptance of of the British Britishdemands Britishicmcnds
demands mcnds in regard to the Tabah boundary boundaryquestion boundarquestion boundaryquestion I
question questionThe
The change in the sultans sult ns attitude must musthave musthave musthave I
have taken place very ver late last night or orearlv orearly orearly
early today for the grandViziers grand vl lers visit isit to tothe tothe I
the British ambassador Sir Nicholas N cholas R ROConner BOConner I i
OConner O Conner at 11 oclock last t night had no noimmediate noImmediate
immediate result except ex ept to emphasize the thefact thefact thefact
fact that the attempts of Turkey to ar arrange ar arrange arrange ¬ I
range a compromise wereuseless were useless The Thegrand Thegrand
grand viziers proposals were w re unaccepted unacceptedas
as is were those of Tewfik T > wfik Pasha the for forSir torI torIllgn forelgn
llgn minister on the previous da day and
Sir Nicholas again pointed out outthe the th futil futility futility util utility ¬ I
ity of suggesting modifications of the Brit British Brltl Britlab ¬
lab l h demands which constituted the abso absolute abSolute absolute ¬
lute minimum minimumJt
Jt developed deelo d this evening en ning that the theportes theportesIcceptance portes portesacceptance portesacceptance
acceptance of the British demands was washanded i ihanded Ihand
handed hand < d to Ambassador OConnor late Fri Friaay Fricay
cay night nightIUUJANES
War of Extermination Will Soon Be BeWaged BeWaged i
Waged Against the Maraud Marauding Marauding
ing Bands BandsManila BandsManila
I IManila i
Manila May la 12 12The The following dispatch dispatchhas
has been received from Acting ActingGovcrnor ActingGovcrnorCinco GovernorClnco Governor GovernorCinco
Cinco of the Island of Samar SamarA Samarband
A band of twentyfour twent four Pulajanes PUl janes having havingfive havingf havingfive
five f rifles and other weapons pcij entered In Inabangan Inabangan Inabangan
abangan by the Barrio Wright Wright WrightWard WrightWard VrightTard
Ward Tard named in honor of or former Gover Governor Governor ¬
nor General Wright today toda killing one oneand oneand oneand
and wounding seven residents o burning burningand burningand burningand
and looting thirtysix houses and taking takingover takingover takingover
over twenty twent residents prisoners prjson rs Troops Troopsconstabulary Troopsconstabular Troopsconstabulary
constabulary policemen and volunteers volunteersare
are pursuing purs ing the band bandGeorge bandGeorge bandGeorge
George Curry Curr the governor of Samar Samarwho Samarwho Samarwho
who Is here on his way to toB Baguio gulo prov province province province ¬
ince of Benquet the summer capital to toconsult toconsult toconsult
consult with Governor General Ide says saysthat saysthat saysthat
that all the prcsidentes of Samar will willshortly willshorth willshortly
shortly call c ll on the governor general and andindorse andindorse andlndorie
indorse the policy of extermination of the thetebellfous thezebellious I Irebellious
rebellious natives which is supported by b bthe
the peaceful inhabitants of Sfemar SfemarGovernor ShmarGovernor SmarGovernor
Governor Curry Curr has received recI > a cable cablemessa cablemessage j jmessage
message messa e from President J > resld nt Roosevelt con conratulalln congratulating i ipratulating
pratulating ratulalln him on his escape at the fight fightith fightwith j jwith
with ith Pulajanes at Magta Mngtaon agtaonlec on recently recentlyHEYBURN recentlyHEYBURNAVERYSICK nU nUHEYBURN
Condition of 0 Idaho Senator Causes CausesMuch CausesMuch CausesMuch
Much Apprehension ApprehensionSpecial ApprehensionSpecial ApprehensionSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldWashinjjton I HeraldlWashington ral ralYashinJrton >
Washington May lIa 12 12Tht The condition of ofSenator orSenator ofSenator
Senator Heyburn of Idaho who has been beenill beenill beenill
ill several weeks is is today cdusing his hiswife hiswife hiswife
wife and friends much anxiety anxi t Three Threedays Threed Threedays
days d s ago he was believed out of danger dangerund dangerund danger5nd
und It was thought his recovery would wouldhe wouldhe WouldJf
he speedy Jf > > dy Since that time complica complications c comphications mpllcatlon ¬
tions have developed which render his hiscondition hiscondition hisconditiOfl
condition again serious The long attack attackof atta 1t 1tor
of Illness has rendered him very ry weak weakand weaJand weakand
and his friends are apprehensive of the theresult theresult theresult
New Ne York May Ma 12 121rs VLrs s Jefferson Da Davis Dais Dais ¬
vis is who is ill of the grip grl was slightly
improved today
Senator Tillman Gives Some SomeInside SomeInside
Inside In ide History on the theRate theRate tIi tIiRate
Washington May 12 12Senator Senator Till Tillman Tillman Tillman ¬
man in alengthy a statement made dur durins during i iing
ing the le consideration consldera l n of the railroad railroadrate railroad railroadrate I Irate
rate bill accused the president of wa waveringr wavering I Iverlng
veringr on the th rate rate bill He referred referredspecifically referred referredspecifi referredspecifically
specifically specifi ally to the Long amendment amendmentsay amendmentsayingthat amendmentsaylilgthat
say sayingthat Ingthat he did so with the purpose purposeof
of making an explanation He said saidthe saIdthe saidthe
the senators would ould be surprised to toknow toknow i iknow
know that he h had h d been in conference conferencewith conrcrencewith conferencewith
with the president presidentOn presidentOn
On March 31 said Mr 11 Tillman ex exSenator exSf exSenntor
Senator Sf > nator Chandler told Senator Tillman Tillmanthat Tillmanthat Tillmanthat
that the president desired to get In Incommunication InminunicatIon InpmTfflUfliCatlOfl
communication with fth Mr Tillman for forthe forthe forthe
the purpose of getting gettingsufficihnt sufficient Demo Deniocrats Democrats emo emoTats
crats < lined I ed up togetjhfer to defeat ob obnoxious obnodousamendments obnoxious ¬
noxious nodousamendments amendments to the railroad railroadrate railroadrate railroadrate
rate billAt billAt bill billAt
At Outs With Spooner Sp SpOO oner er et e al alMr aiMr
Mr 11 Chandler Chandler quoted quot d the president cs csbeing csbeing s sboing
being entirely at outs with the sena senatorial senatorial senatonal ¬
torial lawyers including Knox as well wellas w wellas l1 l1as
as SPooher and ai1dForaker Foraker and that the thechief thechiefcxecuUve thechief
chief chiefcxecuUve executive deliberately deHb ately and with witheare withar yith yithar
eare ar stated st 1ted that he thought th ught there thereshould th thereshoUld re resh
should sh ld be ecoopera cpoperatjon on on Q the following followingbasis fonoWlngbasis followingbasis
basis namely an amendment express expressly exprcsly ¬
ly 15 granting a court review revie but limiting limitingIt
It to two points pointsFirst pointsFi pointsFirstAn
First Fi FirstAn tAn An Inquiry whether the com commission com commission cornmission ¬
mission had 11 d acted beyond be ond its author authority authorIty authorIty ¬
ity ultra vires Ir s and second whether it ithad ithath i ihad
had violated the constitutional rights rightsi
of the carrier Mr Chandler stated statedthat statedthatthf statedthatthe
that thatthf the president icpeated 1 epeat d dthat that he had hadreached hadeached hadreached
reached a final decision that the right rIghto j
of o review r vie = should be thus limited tnat tnatthus t ttatthus 1at 1atthus
thus far farhe he would go o and no further furtherthat furthJrthat furtherthat
that his decision w would uld be unalterable unalterableAgainst unalt una1trllbleAgainst rable rableAgainst
Against Injunctions IriJunc InjunctionsProceeing ions ionsP
Proceeding P ceea n he said that thatMr Mr Chand ChandI Chandii
ler I r had said that the president had as assurod as assured assurod
surod him that he would be b in favor savorof aor aorof
of a restriction Jcs ricUon against the issuance of ofparte ofx
tx x parte Injunctions to meet the wishes wishesof
of Senators Tillman and Bailey BaileyAfter BaileyAfter Bil BilAfter
After informing Mr Bailey Bane of the thepurport thepurpOrt
purport of the C ChandlerInterview andler Inter IewMr IewMrTlUman Mr MrTlUmlui MrTlllthtii
TlUmlui said thaft tb thuton ton on the next daybe daybehad day le lehad behad
had told t ld 3VJr r Chandler r that in II his tiud tiudin a ain itt ittin
in Mr Baileys opinion there would be beno b bno btno
no difficulty in coming to an und under understaudIngon r rstaidtns
staidtns on the4b the basis sis proposed oposed by bytl bytlpresident bythepresident tHe tHepresident
president presidentOr
Or the h eveiilncr eei1n r of Monday lo lda Air AirChandler lr ulrChandler lrChandler
Chandler told t ld me m the he h had so assured assuredthe ajsur aisurEdthe d dthe
the president and asked him not to Le t6disturbed 16disturbed
disturbed by the newspaper items itemsArowin itemsgrosvIflout
growing grosvIflout out of the talk < bout Senator SenatorLongs SenatorLongs SenatorLongs
Longs amendment published in the then theiiewrpaper9
n iiewrpaper9 papeI asonagr as onagrced d upon at thE thEhite theWhite
White hite House H use conference onfeJenceSaturda onfeJenceSaturdaChandlers Saturday SaturdayChandlers SaturdayChandlers
Chandlers Favorable Reort ReportHe ReortHe ReortHe
He then said that he and Mr Chand Chandler Chandicr
ler had continued their th ir conferences and andon aridon andon
on April 5 the exsenator hadgone to tothe totheYhite tothe
the theYhite White House to make a favorable favorablereport favorablercport favorablerepOrt
report to the president On April 8 8Mr 8Mr 8Mr
Mr Chandler told him that he e had hadconferred hadcont hadconf
conferred cont rted with Senator Allison Allisonaskirir AllisonaskirirhiJri asking askinghim askinghim
him to intervene In the conference then thenin thenin thenin
in progress and that the Iowa senator senatorhad senatorh senatorhad
had h dagreed agreed to do so Later Mr Ir Allison Allisonhad AlUsonha Allisonhad
had ha seen the hc president presidentMeetihg l VresidentMeeting > r sdcnt sdcntM
Meeting M etin With Moody MoodyOn
On April 13 3 Mr Chandler had advised advisedthat adIsedthat advisedthat
that he Mr THlm Tillman n and Mr fr Bailey Baileysee BalIe BalIesee
see the attorney attorne general Consequently Cons Consequentlythey > q ently entlyth
they th had met that official ofCicialon on the 15th 15thfinding I 15thfinding th thfinding
finding themselves in perfect perf ct accord with withhim withhim withhim
him except as to a small difference in inthe Inthe Inthe
the matter of injunction injunctionThere injunctionThore InjunctionThere
There was 5S absolute accord from the thefirst thefirst thefirst
first on the proposition 1 > ropo IUoh that the court re review review review ¬
view should be limited to the Inquiry Inquirywhetlier 1nqufrjwhetser Inquirywhether
whether the commission c had exceeded its itsauthority itsauthorlh itsauthority
authority or violated yjolnt d the carriers con constitutional constltilt constlttitlouial ¬
stitutional stltilt 01ial rights rightsMr rights1fr rightsMr
Mr Moody Mood had then agreed to supply supplythe suppbthe supplythe
the senators with a memoranda of his hisviews hisview hisviews
views and had done so o and we have havethe hayethe havethe
the original of iL it said Mr r Tillman TillmanThe Tl11manThe TillmanThe
The next day Mr fr Tillman said that he hehad hehad hehad
had spn se > m Mr Moody and had assured him himthat himthat himthat
that Twentysix Twent slx Democratic votes could couldbe couldbe couldbe
be secured for the compromise proposed proposedand proposedand proposedand
and told him that it would be necessary necessaryto
to get twenty Republican votes It was wasunderstood wasunderstood wasunderstood
understood that we w should work together togetherto
to get the votes necessary to pass the thecompromi thecompromse
compromise The attorney attorn > general had hadexpressed hadexpressed
expressed doubt of getting enough Re Republican Repub1lcan Repubhican
publican votes to assure as ure the acceptance acceptancebf
M the Bailey Bane nonsuspension proviso but buthad buthad
had said that he felt sure of the Over Overman Overman Overman ¬
man amendment amendmentChange amendmentChange amendmentChange
Change of Front Unexpected UnexpectedMr
Mr Moody Iood he said had assured him himthat himthat himthat
that Jt t was the fixed purpose purpo e to insist insistupon Insistupon Insistupon
upon the Long amendment and he GIr GIrTfIlman MrT MrTTillman MrTillman
Tillman had no suspicion of change of offront offront
front on May lay 14 when the president had hadhis hadhis hadhis
his interview with the assmbled news newspaper newspaper newspaper ¬
paper men menThe menThe
The reading of the statement evoked evokedContinued evokedContinued
Continued on Page 2
Jim Donaldson Fight Fi jht Fan FanSecures FanSecures FanSecures
Secures Warrant on Per Perjury P Perjury r rjury ¬
jury Charge ChargePARLEY ChargePARLEY ChargePARLEY
Rev Re D A Brown pastor of the theFirst theFirst theFirst
First Baptist church is to be arrested arrestedon
on a chargeOf charge of perjury tomorrow morn morning morning morning ¬
ing Judge C B DIehl of the th city citycourt citycourt citycourt
court Issued the warrant for his arresi arresilast arresilast arrestlast
last night and directed the officers offi ers not notto notto notto
to serve it until Monday morning so sothat sath sothat
that th t Dr Brown will officiate at the reg regular regular r g gular ¬
ular services at his church tqday un unmolested unmolested unmolested ¬
molested molestedm molestedThe molestedThe molestedThe m
The warrant warr nt was sworn sw swcirn rn qut by byuJ1m byuJ1mDonaldson byDonaldsOn Jim1 Jim1Donaldson
Donaldson promoter of the recent Cor CorbettHyland CorbettHyland CorbettHyland
bettHyland prize fight who charges chargesthat chargesthat chargesthat
that Dr Brown committed perjury in inswearing Inswearirig Inswearing
swearing out o t a complaint for the th arrest arrestof arrestof arrestof
of Corbett and Hyland for engaging In Ina ina Ina
a prize prlzefight fight prior to the fight coming comingoff
off The complaint which whichwas was verified verifiedunder verifiedunder verifiedunder
under oath Donaldson charges was wasfalse wasfalse wasfalse
false falseJudge falseJUdge falseJudge
Judge Diehl issued the warrant with without without without ¬
out the sanction of the countv attor attorneys attorneys attorneys ¬
neys office He takes the position t1i that thatas thatas t tas
as Judge of o the city cit courthe has a right rightto rightto
to Issue a warrant without the consent consentof
of the county attorney The state law lawsays lawsaJs lawsays
says that no justice of the peace shall shallissue shallissue shallissue
issue a warrant unless authorized so to todo todo todo
do by the county attorney att rney but Judge JudgeDiehl JudgeDr JudgeDiehl
Diehl Dr hl holds that statute statutedoes does notapply notapplyto not apply applyto
to him
Parley P Started Trouble TroubleThe TroubleThe TroubleThe
The morning after the CorbettHy CorbettHyland CorbettHland
land fight was stopped The Herald Heraldprinted Heraldprinted Heraldprinted
printed a story that Republican poli politicians politicians pollticlans ¬
ticians had been active in stopping it itthat itthat Itthat
that they were anxious to let the sport sporting sportlng sportIng ¬
ing public know that so long as the thoAmerican theAmerIcan theAmerican
American party was in control ot ofSalt otSalt otSalt
Salt Lake no prize fights could be pulled pulledoff pullrdoff pulledoff
off here and that the way to get prize prizefights prizefights prizefights
fights was for the sporting men to tohelp tohelprestore help helprestore helprestore
restore the RepuxHcan Rep Ucan party to power powerThis powerThis powerThis
This story received corroboration yes yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
terday from Dr Brown who said saidThe saidThe saidThe
The fact that this prize fight was to tobe tobe tobe
be given was first called to our atten atteni attcntion attention
i tion by b the county authorities CountyAttorney County Countyj CountyAttorney
j Attorney Parley Parle P Christensen direct directed directed directed ¬
ed our attention to it and a commit committee committee commIttee ¬
tee of the Ministerial association a socJat on In Instructed Instructed Instructed ¬
structed our committee to t Investigate Investigateit Iovcstl ate ateit
it n
TVIrrTTiYIstensen it wilt be berec recalled recalledleft recalledleft ncd ncdleft
left suddenly for the east the night bt btfore btfore b bfore
fore Dr Brown swore out the th warrants warrantsWhen warrantsWhen arrant arrantVhen
When the preachers went to the coun county cOunt county ¬
ty t attorneys attorne s office to have their com complaints complaints cornplaintu
plaints prepared they the found there Wil Wili Willard
i lard l rd Hanson Mr Christensens deputy deputywho deputwho deputywho
who is also chairman of the Republican Republicancity Republicancity Republicancity
city committee Mr Hanson prepared preparedthe prep red redthe
the complaints and stood by b the side sideof sideof sideof
of Sheriff C F Emery Eme at theSalt the Salt Pal Palace Palace
j ace when lien that official called the fight fightoff fightoff fightoff
Dr Browns Statement StatementJt State ent entIt
It Is a remarkable remarkable state of affairs affairswhen aff affairswhen lrs lrswhen
when a aman man can be arrested for trying tryingto
to enforce the law 130 said saldDr Dr Brown Brownyesterday Brownyesterda Brownyesterday
yesterday That was all I was trying tryingto
to do doDr doDr doDr
Dr Brown said that while hn at college collegehe
he took considerable interest in ath athletics aUlletics athletics ¬
letics and that he knew enough about aboutthem aboutth aboutthOrn
them th m to know that when a boxing boxingmatch boxlQgmatch boxingmatch
match of twenty twent rounds with one min minute minute mittute ¬
ute intervals between the rounds was wasadvertised wasadvertised as asadyertlsed
advertised the term boxing match matchmeant match matchmeant matchmeant
meant prize fight It was to prevent preventthe preventthe preventthe
the infraction of ofthe the law he said that thathe thathe thatlie
he caused warrants to t be Issued for forthe forthe forthe
the arrest of the principals managers managersand managersand managersand
and backers backersThe backersThe backersThe
The charge of attempting attemr n to pro promote pro promote promote ¬
mote a prize prI e fight is still pending pendingagainst pendingagaInst pendingagainst
against Donaldson and it Is possible possiblethat possiblethat possiblethat
that in view vie of his move move against Dr DrBrown DrBrown DrBrown
Brown it will be pressed preaeedSLIGHT prenedSLIGHT pressedSLIGHT
New York May Ia 1 rCarI Carl Schurz who
is critically critlcall ill at his home in this thI city cityrallied cltvrallied cityrallied
rallied during the day and tonight Is Issomewhat Issomewhat Issomewhat
somewhat better TJjp T following bulletin bulletinwas
was wa s issued a aH1O lO p ml mlThe mThe aT aTThe
The patients condition has somewhat s
improved Pulse and respiration re plration lower lowerThe lowerThe lowerThe
The patient had several sleeps and seems
brighter brighterThe brighterThe brighterThe
The bulletin was accompanied by a astatement astatement astatement
statement from a representative of the theam
family am II who said that Mr Ir Schurza SChut con condition condition condillon ¬
dition was considered so much improved improvedthat Improedthat improvedthat
that no further > r bulletins would be issued issuedtonight Js Issuedtonight ued uedtonight
Washington May 12 12The The navy depart department department department ¬
ment haS Issued the advance sheets of ofseries otseries ofseries
series I volume 20 of the official records recordsof
of the union and confederate navies of the thewar thewar thewar
war of the rebellion compiled by b Charles CharlesS
S Stewart superintendent of the library libraryand libraryand libraryand
and naval war records The publication publicationcovers pUblicationcoycrs publicationcovers
covers the period of time tim from March 13 13to 13to 15to
to December 31 1865 giving the operations operationsof
of the west gulf blockading squadron squadronAn Z5QuadronAn squadronAn
An Easy Dollar DollarRichard pQIlarFor DpilarFor
For ForA ForAnother
A Another loth r Bpy Bpyt <
2 2Richard
Richard Wilson i n of the th Franklin Franklinschool Franklinscho01 FranklinSchool
school got the dollar for Saturdays Saturdayspicture SaturdaysI Saturdayspicture Saturdayspicture

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