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I home hornellence Hence prefers pr f ers The Th e Herald H era eraE ld
Established E bIishedjune61 June 6 1870 O r SALT TAKF CITY O Y UTAH MONDAY MAY l AY 14 1906 10 1 0 PAGES Price Five Cents
Statement Which Was Denied Deniedby Deniedby Deniedby
by the President Backed by byExSenator byExSenator byExSenator
ExSenator Chandler Chandlers ChandlerDebate ChandlerDebate
Debate s on the Rate Bill Serves to C Cetely Codt Codtp Coiipletely
p pletely etely Unmask the Occupant Occupantof
of the White House
J Washington May 13 13Senator Senator Till Tillinan Tillman Tillrnan
man who yesterday made a a statement statementIn
In the senate covering co cov ring the details of his hisand hisand hisand
and Senator Baileys negotiations negotiationsthrough negotiationsthrough negotiationsthrough
through exSenator Chandler with withPresident withPresident withPresident
President Roosevelt regarding the rate ratebill ratebill ratebill
bill tonight made public a portion of a awritten awrItten awritten
written statement made to him by Mr TMrChandler Mrhandler MrChandler
Chandler of his various conferences conferenceswith conferenceswith conferenceswith
with the president of this subject The Theportion Theportion Theportion
portion given out by Mr Tillman is islargely Islargely Islargely
largely a repetition of the first part of ofJiis of11is ofhis
his statement in the senate yesterday yesterdayIt
It covers however that portion where whereMr whereMr whereMr
Mr Tillman had h quoted quotedMr r Chandler Chandlera
as a saying that the president had stated statedthat statedthat statedthat
that he had come to a complete dis disagreement dlsahreemerit disagreement ¬
agreement with iu the senatorial lawyers lawyersivho lawyerswho lawyerswho
who were trying to defeat or injure injurethe Injurethe Injurethe
the bill naming Messrs Knox Spooner Spoonerand Spoonerand Spoonerand
and Foraker regarding which state statement staterrent statenent ¬
ment Senator SenatorLod SenatorLodgei Iodgre subsequently said saidho saidh saidhe
ho h > was authorized auth rid to t say say from rom the theWhite theVhlte theWhite
White HoUs that tl if It was s an unquali unqualified unqualifIed unqualifed ¬
fied falsehood On this subject Mr MrChandler MrChandler MrChandler
Chandler referring to the president presidentsaid presidentsaid presidentsaid
said in his written statement statementHe
He said that he had been much muchtroubled muchtroubled muchtroubled
troubled by the possibility of an un unlimited unlimited Unlimited ¬
limited court review by some of the thelawyers thelawyers thelawyers
lawyers of the theS senate J1atcnaming naming Sena Senators Senators Senae ¬
e tors Knox Spoorier S oorter and Foraker Forakeras Forakerastrying Forakerastrying as astrying
trying to injure or defeat the bill by in ingenious Ingenious Ingenious ¬
genious constitutional arguments but butthat butthat butthat
that he had come to a complete dis disngreement disngreement disagreement
ngreement with them He made this thisjroint thisToint thismint
mint emphatic by repetition repetitionMr i
Mr Tiilmans Statement StatementThe StatementThe I IThe
The statement given out by Mr MrTnimau MrTilituan i iTi1lI1lan
Tnimau follows followsSenator followsSeh followscebator
Senator Seh t01 TIHman said id tcd tc tody < JJ y that on om omf ottI
f Saturday May 1a 5 he insisted on having
f10m exSenator Chandler lor a written writtenjs writtenstatement writtenstatement
statement of the various js conferences conferencesl
l b by > v the latter in connection with the theplan theplan he heplan
plan of the president to control the therailroad therailroad he herallroad
railroad rate legislation by alliance alliancevith alliancewith alliancewith
with the Democrats of the senate and andMr and1Ir andMr
Mr Chandler gave him such a state statement statement statenient ¬
ment made prior to Saturday Saturda May 12 12and 12and 12and
and signed by Mr Chandler Mr Till Tilliv Tillran Tillivan
iv ran an said he would give a portion of ofthat ofthat ofthat
that statement relating to the inter interview int Jntrviev r rvicw ¬
view of Mr Chandler with the presi president president president ¬
dent on March 31 31which which had become becomea
a subject matter of dispute but would wouldretain wouidrtain wouldretain
retain the remainder for use in case caseany caseany caseany
any other parts of his statement in the thesenate thespnate thescnate
senate on Saturday should be denied deniedThe deniedThe deniedThe
The following is the portion of Mr Mrhandlers 111Chandlers Mrhandlers
handlers statement given out by Mr MrTillman MrTlilman Ir IrTillman
Chandlers Testimony TestimonyOn T stimonyOn
On Saturday Saturd afternoon aft rnr > oJ March March 31
1906 a friend of mine came into my myoffice myoffice myoffice
office and told me of the White House Houseconference Houseconference Houseconference
conference of that day In which an un understanding understanding understanding ¬
derstanding as to a limited court re review review rev1ew ¬
view had been reached with Senator SenatorLong SenatorIong SenatorLong
Long and others and he told me that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the president wished to get into com communication communication cominunication ¬
munication with the Democrats and andvould andWould andwould
Would shortly ask me to come and see seehim seehim seehim
him While he was talking a messen messenger messenger messenger ¬
ger boy arrived with a letter to me mefrom mefrom mefrom
from Mr Loeb as follows followsThe followsH followsThe
H The White House Washington1rarch WashingtonMarch Washington WashingtonMarch
March 31 1906 1906My 1906My 1906U
U My Dear Senator Chandler ChandlerThp ChandlerThppresident ChandlerThepresident The Thepresident
president requests me to say that he hewould heWould hewould
would be glad to have you come to tothe tothe tothe
the White House to see him at 630 630oclock 630oclock 6Z0oclock
oclock tonight Will you please let letthe letthe letthe
the bearer be rer know whether you can cancome cancome cancome
come Very truly yours yoursWILLIAM yoursWILLIA1f
o 4 Hon W E Chandler 1421 I street streetI
I told the messenger I would be bethere bethere bethere
Roosevelts Exact Words WordsAt
At the time and place appointed the thepresident thepresident thepresident
president said to me that he wished wishedthrough wishedthrough wishedthrough
through me me to get into communication communicationwith
with Mr Tinman Mr Bailey and other otherDemocratic otherDemocratic otherDemocratic
Democratic senators He stated his pur purpose purpose purpose ¬
pose slowly sIowl and carefully and in exact exactsubstance exactsubstance exactsubstance
substance his statement was this That Thathe Thatbe Thathe
he had reached the conclusion that the thebest thebest thebest
best plan for railroad rate legislation was wasto wasto wasto
to expressly grant a court review but butto butto butto
to distinctly limit it to two points first firstan firstan firstan
an inquiry whether the Interstate com commerce commerce cornmerce ¬
merce commission had exceeded excee ed its au authority authority authority ¬
thority and second an inquiry whether whetherthe whetherthe whetherthe
the constitutional rights of the carrier carrierTHE carrierhad carrierhad
had been vIolated HE SAID THAT HE HEHAD lIEHAD
MENTS but that he had come to a com complete complete cornplete ¬
plete disagreement with them He made madethis madethis I
this point emphatic by repetition said saidthat saidthat saidthat
that he would go thus far and no fur further ¬
ther and that his decision would be un unalterable unalterable unalterable ¬
alterable He declared that he wished to toascertain toascertain toascertain
ascertain whether there could be united unitedaction unitedaction unitedaction
action in the senate among the friends friendsof
of the bill so that it could be surely surelypassed surelypassed surelypassed
passed without injurious amendments amendmentsand
and he named various Republican sena senators senators senators ¬
tors who he thought were true friends friendsof
of the bill but said that It would take takenearly takenearly takenearly
nearly all the Democrats to carry the thelimitation thelimitation thelimitation
limitation and defeat all obnoxious pro provisions provisions provisions ¬
Agreed to Limitation LimitationAfter LimitationAfter Limitation1After
After the president had made his hisstatement hisstatement hisstatement
statement I replied that I had reason to tobelieve tobelieve tobelieve
believe that most of the Democrats In Inthe Inthe inthe
the senate would sustain his limitation limitationof
of the courts powers but that I was sure surethat surethat surethat
that Mr Bailey BaHe and nnd1Ir Mr Tillman would
insist upon coupling with the limitation limitationsome limitationsome limitationsome
some restriction upon the power of the thecourts thecourts thecourts
courts to issue injunctions against the theorders theorders theorders
orders of the commission Before I had hadfinished hadfinished hadfinished
finished my statement on this point the thepresident thepresident thepresident
president interrupted me saying sa Ing that I Ineed Ineed Ineed
need not explain further because he waswarmly waswarmly was waswarmly
warmly In favor of some such restric restriction restriction restriction ¬
tion tionThat
That eveningrl saw sarlIr Mr Tillman and andhe andhe andhe
he told him what had occurred occurredChandler occurredChandler occurredChandler
Chandler Stands Pat PatSenator PatSenator PatSenator
Senator Tiilmans statement in the sen senate senate sonate ¬
ate yesterday was the principal topic of ofdiscussion ofdiscussion ofdiscussion
discussion in official circles today toda The Thesenator Thesenator Thesenator
senator had a number of callers at his hisapartments hisapartments hisapartments
apartments with whom he talked freely freelyabout freelyabout freelyabout
about the matter among whom were wereSenator wereSenator wereSenator
Senator Bailey and exSenator Chandler ChandlerMr
Mr Chandler has been urged by some of ofhis Qfhis cfiIs
his friends to make public a statement statementover statementQV
QV over r t mVbwn own 8lgna mgn tri tmr Te ard1ng rd1ng1hf thed thednial d dnial dd ddnial
nial by b Senator Lodge of the accuracy accurae of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the presidents remarks in reference to toSenators toSenators toSenators
Senators Spooner Knox I nox and Foraker He Hedeclined Jiedeclined Hedeclined
declined however to be further brought broughti brou9htInto brouhtinto
Into i the controversy at this time saying
he would let the matter rest for the pres present present present ¬
ent on the statement made public by Mr MrTillman MrTlIIman MrTlllman
Tillman It was with Mr Chandlers con consent consent consent ¬
sent that the portion of his written state statement statement statemont ¬
ment to Senator Tillman of his confer conferenmes conferenmes conferenmcs
enmes with the president was made pub public public publie ¬
AttorneyGeneral Moody whose parti participation participation participation ¬
cipation in the rate bill conferences was wasreferred wasreferred wasreferred
referred to by Mr Tillman was in New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York today He Is expected back in inWashington inWashington inWashington
Washington tomorrow tomorrowAgain tomorrowAgain tomorrowAgain
Again in Conference ConferenceSenator ConferenceSenator ConferenceSenator
Senator Lodge called at the White house housethis housethis housethis
this evening and took dinner with the thepresident thepresident thepresident
president Subsequently Secretaries Root Rootand Rootand Rootand
and Taft arrived at the White House and andjoined andjoined andjoined
joined the president and Senator Lodge LodgeSenator LodgeSenator LodgeSenator
Senator Lodge and Secretaries Taft and andRoot andRoot andRoot
Root remained with the president until untillate untlIlate untillate
late at night None of the parties present presentwould presentwould presentwould
would discuss the visit and all au of them themdeclined themdeclined themdeclined
declined to answer any an questions regard regarding regarding regarding ¬
ing the subject under discussion discussionTERMINATION discussionEXTERMINATION discussionEXTERMINATIONIS
Philippine Officials Believe It Is Im Impossible Impossible Impossible ¬
possible to Civilize the thePulajanes thePnlajanes thePulajanes I
Pulajanes PulajanesManila PnlajanesManila PulajanesManila
Manila May 13 13Superintendent of ofSchools ofSchools ofSchools
Schools Hoover of Samar and several severalnative severalnative severalnative
native officials of that island has ar arrived arrived arrived ¬
rived here on their way to Baguio prov province provInce province ¬
ince of Benguet the summer capital to tovisit toIslt tovisit
visit Islt GovernorGeneral Ide Mr Hoover Hooversays Hooversays Hooversays
says that ninetyfive per ceflt of the na natives natives natives ¬
tives of Samar are anxious for the ex extermination extennlnation extermination ¬
termination of the fanatics and the es establishment establishment establlshment ¬
tablishment of absolute peace The na native native native ¬
tive officials he says are organizing organizingbands organizingbands organizingbands
bands of volunteers who are scouring the themountains themountains themountains
mountains guarding trails and captur capturing capturIng capturIng ¬
ing or killing outlaws It Is estimated estimatedthat estimatedthat estimatedthat
that three hundred Pulajanes still re remain remain remain ¬
main in the mountains mountainsGovernor mountainsGoernor mountainsGovernor
Governor Curry of Samar has proposed proposedto
to turn the Pulajanes districts over to tothe tothe tothe
the federal authorities for the establish establishmtnt estabIishmtnt establishmtnt
mtnt of martial law and the th extermina extermination extermination exterinination ¬
tion of the fanatics and General Wood Woodagreeing Woodagreolng Woodagreeing
agreeing to place two regiments assisted assistedby assistedby assistedby
by naval gunboats in the island and the theadjacent theadjacent theadjacent
adjacent waters In order to guard against againstthe againstthe againstthe
the outlaws escaping to neighboring is islands islands islands ¬
lands GovernorGeneral Ide has reached reachedno
no decision in the matter The Pulajanes Pulajanesleader Pulajanesleader Pulajanesleader
leader Is 64 years old and has been in the themountains themountains themountains
mountains for forty years yearsBOMB yea18BOMB yearaBOMB
Tiflis May 13 13The The police here today toda todadiscovered
discovered an underground storehouse storehousecontaining storehousecontaInlng storehousecontaining
containing 250 loaded bombs
Former Priest Evidently Put Out of the Way in Accordance AccordanceWith AccordanceWiththe AccordanceWith
With Withthe the Sentence Ser t nce of D eath Passed by the Rus Russian RusJ Russian
J sian Terrorists
St Stpetersburg Petersburg May J3 13The 3 The mystery of ofcleared ofI I Iate
I jUi34ate ate of Father Gapon apparently was wascleared wascleared
cleared up today by bo the discovery of a acorpse acorpse acorpse
corpse which has almost positively posiUv ly been beenIdentified beenidentified beenidentified
Identified as that of the former priest priesthanging priestbanging priestl1arglng
hanging In the upper chamber of a a lonely lonelyvilla lonelyvl11a lonelyvilla
villa in the summer suburb of Ozerki OzerkiFinland OzerklFlnlal1d OzerkiF1nlajd
Finland v he villa was sold April S and andwas andwas andwas
was being be1n cleaned and was rented and a adeposit adeposit adeposit
deposit paid by an unknown man from fromSt fromSt fromSt
St Petersburg who after visiting the thehouse thehouse thehouse
house several times In company with a avoting ayoung ayoung
young workman disappeared April 11 11taking ntaking 11taking
taking the key with him himThe himThe himThe
The proprietress of the villa alarmed alarmedat alarmedat alarmedthe
at the nonappearance of the tenant no
titled the police who entered the house
Breaking down a door they were con ¬
fronted by b a body in a long coat hang
Ing from a nail the feet touching the
floor Decomposition of the face made madepositive madepositive madepositive
positive Identification difficult but the
features resembled those of Gapon and
the clothing corresponds with that worn
by the missing labor leader As the usual
symptoms of strangulation wereabsent were absent
It is conjectured that the man was killed killedelsewhere kiH killedelsewhere d delsewhere
elsewhere and his body brought to the thevilla the111a thevilla
villa 111a on the night of April 10 This would wouldagree wouldagree wouldagree
agree with the date of the theexecuUon execution of
Gapon given In information of the secret secretpolice secretpoUce secretpolice
police and with the death sentence of the
former priest as announced in recent
dispatches from Berlin
Look Mother Its Beginning to Bloom Jeveland PlaindeaKx Plalnd
Free Fight During a Meeting of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Dowie Faction but butNo butNo butNo
No One Injured InjuredChicago InjuredChicago InjuredChicago
Chicago May 13 13A A meeting ovor which whichJohn whichJohn whichJohn
John Alexander Dowie D wIe presided at Zion ZionCity ZionCity ZionCity
City this thi > afternoon was broken brokenup up by a anumber anumber anumber
number of followers of the opposing fac faction faction faclion ¬
tion assisted by several outsiders and andbefore andbefore andbefore
before the crowd dispersed a free fight fightoccurred fightoccurred fightoccurred
occurred Dowie was addressing the au audience aulienee audience ¬
dience < numbering 600 and made the thestatement thestatement thestatement
statement that the overseers of the Vol Voliva Voliva VolIra
iva faction were thieves and robbers At Atonce Atonce Atonce
once a number of those tho eln In the audience audiencewere audiencewere
were on their feet shouting No no you youare youare youare
are the robber why dont you pay p y your yourdebts yourdebts
debts The disturbance became go 50 vio violent violent yb yblent ¬
lent that a Zion guard was sent to re recre reereordenIDhguerdtotk retreordcr
treordcr ereordenIDhguerdtotk cre ordei > 4Dheguerdonto k Jiold oat erftuxold Q oatold U Uold
old grey headed head d man who was the loud loudest loudest loudest ¬
est in his demonstrations for Dowie topay to topay topay
pay his obligations and this was a signal signalfor signalfor signalfor
for a free fight A dozen men seized the theguard theguard theguard
guard and were about to drag him down downthe downthe downthe
the aisle isle when Gladstone Dowie and andDeacon andDeacon andDeacon
Deacon Arrington mounted the platform platformand piatf platfOrmand rm rmand
and called upon the audience not to cre create creat crcate ¬
ate at a disturbance and to take their seats seatsJeers seat8Jeers seatsJeers
Jeers for Elijah ElijahAfter ElijahAfter ElijahAfter
After quiet had been restored Dowie Dowieagain Dowieagain Dowieagain
again attempted to proceed with the themeeting themeeting themeeting
meeting but he was jeered and called calledtraitor calledtraitor calledtraitor
traitor and robber until he finally finall de decided decided decided ¬
cided to dismiss the audience audienceA
A riot call was sent to the police sta station station station ¬
tion and Captain of Police Walker with withfour withfour withfour
four men hurried to the tabernacle in a awagon awagon awagon
wagon By the time the police arrived arrivedmost arrivedmost arrivedmost
most of the audience had left the build building buildIng buildlng ¬
ing In the midst of the trouble Bur Burleigh Burleigh Burleigh
leigh the negro attendant of Dowie Dowierushed Dowierushed Dowierushed
rushed upon the platform and placed placedhimself placedhimself placedhimself
himself at Dowies side while those of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the uniformed Zion guards who have havetaken hav havtaken havetaken
taken sides with Dowie formed a line of ofdefense otdefense ofdefense
defense In front of the platform No at attempt attempt attempt ¬
tempt at violence however was made madeagainst madeagainst madeagainst
against Dowie DowieDowie DowieDowie DowieDowbe
Dowie was so weak that he had to be becarried becarried becarried
carried from his carriage into the tab tabernacle tabernacle tabernacle ¬
ernacle by two attendants attendantsSecond attendantsSecond attendantsSecond
Second Fight Started StartedAt Start d dAt
At A later meeting called for Dowie ad adherents adherents adherents ¬
herents only but which was invaded by bya bya bya
a large number of those who were rio riotous riotous ¬
tous at the former meeting Dowie pre precipitated precipitated precipitated ¬
cipitated a second general disturbance disturbanceHe
He caused to be read a letter from one oneof oneof oneof
of his supporters stating that the writ writers wrlters writers ¬
ers wife had passed safely through the thecrisis thecrisis thecrisis
crisis of a serious Illness while Dowie DowieIJi Dowieprayed Dowleprayed
for her This fact DowIe com compared compared
prayed IJi Q > y CU iU AW v w v < wv wvpared
pared with the case of Mrs Cantel wife wifeot wifeot wifeot
ot an overseer who died last Friday Fridaywithout FrIdaywithout Fridaywithout
without medical attention while Voliva Volivaand VoIivaand Volivaand
and his supporters were offering pray prayers praoers prayers ¬
ers for her recovery Dowie declared declaredthat declaredthat declaredthat
that he feared that the woman died be because because because ¬
cause she had associated herself with the therebels therebels therebels
rebels There was a storm of hisses and andshouts andshouts andshouts
shouts of shame shameThere shameThere shameThere
There is death In store for more of ofou ofvou ofyou
you ou If this rebellion keeps on continued continuedDowie continuedbowie continuedDowle
bowie Again the people sprang from fromtheir fromtheir fromtheir
their chairs shouting and gesticulating gesticulatinguntil
until the tumult became so general that thatDowie thatDowie thatDowie
Dowie was obliged to bring the meeting meetingto
to a close closeFOLLOWED closeFOLLOWED closeFOLLOWED
Prince of Wales Returns Thanks for forSafe forSafe forSafe
Safe Journey JourneyLondon journeyLondon JourneyLondon
London May Iay 13 13FoUowing Following the prece precedent precedent precedent ¬
dent established by his father when he hereturned hereturned hereturned
returned from India thirty years ago the thePrince thePrince thePrince
Prince of Wales today gave public thanks thanksfor thanksfor thanksfor
for his safe journey to the Indian empire empireat
at a service held in Westminster Abbey AbbeyThe AbbeyThe AbbeyThe
The service was attended by King Ed Edward Edward Edward ¬
ward and all the members of the royal royalfamily royaltamily royalgamily
family now now here a contingent of officers officersand officersand officersand
and sailors which accompanied the prince princeon
on the trip a distinguished company companyfrom companyfrom companyfrom
from the households of the king and the thePrince thePrince thePrince
Prince of Wales Wal s and a large assemblage assemblageof
of the general public Among the notable notablepersons notablepersons notablepersons
persons present was Bishop Potter of ofNew ofNew
New York who sat inext lnext next to the Arch Archbishop Archbishop Archbishop ¬
bishop of Canterbur CanterburyFIDDLING CanterburT CanterburFIDDLING
Nashville Tenn May 13 13Practlca1 13Practlca1complete 13Practicallycomplete Practically Practicallycomplete
complete returns from yesterdays Demo Democratic Democratic Democratic ¬
cratic primaries show that former Gov Governor Governor Governor ¬
ernor Robert L Taylor is nominated over overSenator overSenator overSenator
Senator E W Carmack with a majority majorityapproximating majorityapproxImating majorityapproximating
approximating 3000 Before leaving for forWashington forWashington forWashington
Washington tonight Senator Carmack Carmacksaid Carmacksaid Carmacksaid
said HI I accept without bitterness of com complaint complaint cornplaint ¬
plaint the verdict of the Democratic party partyI
I should of course have been pleased If Ifmy ifmy Ifmy
my course in the senate could have won iWonIts wonits wonits
its approval instead of its disapproval disapprovalbut
but I am sustained by the consciousness consciousnessthat
that to the best of my ability I have havefaithfully havefaithfully havefaithfully
faithfully served the people of Tennes Tennessee T Tennessee nnes nnessee ¬
see to
Will Take Over the Companys CompanysHolders Holders Interests Without Fur Further Further Further ¬
ther Medical Examination and at the Same Pre PreI Premium
I I mium They Are Now Paying
j London May la IS 13An An important develop development deelopment development ¬
ment has taken place In connection with withthe withthe withthe
the interests of ofpoUcy policy holders of the Mu Mutual Muthai lu lutl1al ¬
thai Life Insurance company of New NewYork XcwI XcwYork NewYork I
York living in Great Britain Last week weekthe weekthe weekthe
the North British Mercantile Insurance Insurancecompany Insuluncecompany Insurancecompany
company proposed to take over the Mu ¬
tual Lifes holders Interests Inte ts on the pay payment p pity pitymerit iy iyment ¬
ment of the same premium they now are arepaying arepaying arepaying
paying without further medical examina examination eamlnation examination ¬
tion and with liberal privileges and im immediate immediate immediate ¬
mediate participation in the profits of the thecapital thecapital thecapital
capital This was found to be practica
JN JUtS C CW1NIRY CW1NIRYArrivl 0 U11R1 U11R1Arriv I
I Arrival Arriv 1 of Maharajah M harajah Gaekwaiv GaekwaivRuler Gaekwartj GaekwartjRuler GaekwarRuler
Ruler of an Indian IndianState IndianState I IState
State StateNew StateKew StateNew
New York May lIa 13 lThe The Maharajah MaharajahGaekwar MaharaiuIGaekwar 18harajahGaekwar
Gaekwar of Baroda accompanied by his hiswife hiswife hiswife
wife and his brother Sampatras landed landedtoday iande iandetoday iandeltoday
today from the steamer Celtic which ar arrived arrived arrived ¬
rived from Liverpool The Maharajah MaharajahGaekwar MaharajahGaekwar MaharajabGaekwar
Gaekwar is the second greatest prince in inall Inall inall
all India and the direct descendant of ofone ofone ofone
one of the Mahratta generals who were werethe werethe werethe
the moguls or rulers of India when the theEast theEast theEast
East India company wrested control from fromthem fromthem fromthem
them He is the ruler of the state of ofB8 ofB8roda Ba Baroda Btlroda ¬
roda which has a population of 2000000 2000000and 2000000and OOOOOOand
and an area of 8000 square miles His Hisbrother Hisbrother Hisbrother
brother acts as his secretary secretaryThere sccretar sccretarThere secretaryThere
There were many man persons on the pier pierto pierto pierto
to see the ruler of Baroda but those whoexpected whoexpected who whoexpected
expected to see a man decked In Oriental Orientaltrappings Orientaltrappings Orientaltrappings
trappings and hung with jewels were dis disappointed disappointed disappointed ¬
appointed Descending the gangplank gangplankthere gansplanlcthere gangplankthere
there came a dapper little man who would wouldhave wouldhave wouldhave
have been taken ordinarily for a pros prosperous prosperous prosperous ¬
perous East Indian merchant merchantHe
He and his wife followed by two maids maidswere maidswere maidswere
were taken to the WaldorfAstoria hotel hotelwhere hotelwhere
where here they will stop while in New York YorkWill YorkWill YorkWill
Will Visit Colleges CollegesDuring CollegesDuring CollegesDuring
During my mvstay stay in the United States Statessaid Statcssaid Statessaid
said the maharajah today OIl I shall visit visitmost vIsitmost visitmost
most of your large colleges I am most mostanxious mostanxious mostanxious I
anxious to see Yale Princeton Harvard Harvardand Harvardand Harvardand
and Cornell for I understand that there thereare theteare thefeare
are a large number of Indian students at atthose atthose atthose
those institutions After I have spent two twoweeks twoweeks twoweeks
weeks In New York I shall go to Boston
from there to Philadelphia and then thenthrough thenthrough thenthrough
through the west cst to Yellowstone park parkand parkand parkand
and on my return I Intend to visit Pres ¬
ident Roosevelt RooseveltThe RooseveltThemahajaran RooseveltThe
The Themahajaran mahajarah takes deep df < ep interest in inthe Inthe inthe
the development and nd uplifting of his hisfellow hisfeHow hisfellow
fellow countrymen countr men and toward this end endhas endhas endhas
has established a college in Baroda He Hewill HewUl Hewill
will send some of the graduates to t the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States to learn the customs of the thepeople thepcople thepeople
people here hereFRENCH hereFRENCH
Rome May 13 13The The solemn ceremony eercmon of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the beatification of Julie Ju1i Billierte the theFrench he heFrench heFrench
French founder of the congregation of ofOur ofOur ofOur
Our Lady who assisted the wounded In Inthe Inthe inthe
the battle of Waterloo took place In St StPeters StPeters StPeters
Peters today During the afternoon Pope PopePius P PopePius ne nePius
Pius wont to St Peters Pet rs to conduct a aservice aservice aservice I
service in honor of the memory of Julie JulieBillierte JulieBillierte JulieBillierte
Billierte Thousandsof Thousands ot persons were ad admitted a adnutted < 1 1mitted ¬
mitted to St Peters Peter s by ticket including includingE IncludlnE
E Rosewater editor of the Omaha 13e 13eand Le Leand > < fand >
and Captain Brooks of the United States Statespostal Statespostal Statespostal
postal service serviceHUNGARIAN seniceHIJNGARIAN serviceHUNGARIAN
Budapest May 13 13Right Right Rev Re Sigmund SigmundBudich SigmundBudich SigmundBudich
Budich former bishop of Kaschau I aschau one oneof oneof oneof
of the richest sees in the monarchy who whorecently whorecently whorecently
recently was forced to relinquish his sa sacred sacred sacred ¬
cred office because of large indebted indebtedness Indebtedness Indebtedness ¬
ness has been placed under legal guar guardianship guardlansblp guardianshiI ¬
dianship because of the mental Incapac Incapacity incapacIty IneapacIty ¬
ity due to old age His secretary and an anart anart anart
art dealer who it is is alleged Induced the thebishop thebishop thebishop
bishop to part with large sums of money moneyare mone moneare moneyare
are being prosecuted prosecutedTWO prosecutede prosecutedTWO prosecutedTWO e
Atlantic City N J May 13 13Rosle Rosie Da Davis Davis Davis ¬
vis and Kate WaIter both about IS years yearsof yearsof ears earsof
of age were drowned today at Clarks Clarkslanding Clarkslanding Clarkslanding
landing pn the Mulllca river by b the up upsotting upsetting upsetting
setting of a sailboat Frank Sharp and
Henry Gries swam ashore ashoref
ble with regard to policies representing
545000000 and subject to immediate full fullsurrender fullsurrendEJ fullsurrender
surrender value With regard re ard to unma unmatured unmatured uninatured
tured policies r the North British riti8h Mer Mercantile Mercantile ¬
cantile company declared it was proposed proposedto
to negotiate for these on liberal terms
D Chaldman former manager in Lon ¬
don for the Mutual Life submitted submitted the theproposals
proposals of the North British Mer Mercantile Mereantile Ier Iereompan ¬
cantile company to the committee of hold holders holders holdem ¬
ers presided over by Lord St Oswald and andthe andthe
the committee unanimously resolved to tosupport tosupport toSupport
support them Mr Haldeman Hald mHn will Ill join the
North British Mercantile company as
joint manager of Its life department
Kansas < ansas Court Decides Suit In Involving Involving Involving ¬
volving Hundreds of Thou Thousands Thousands Thousands ¬
sands of Dollars DollarsKansas DollarsKansas DollarsKansas
Kansas City May Iay 13 13B 13By By a decision ren rendered rendered rendered ¬
dered yesterday by b the Kansas supreme supremecourt supremeco supremecourt
court co rt property located lo ated just over the Mis Missouri MisSOuri 115 115sourl ¬
souri state line here and running to topoints topoInts tolOifltS
points on the Kaw river valued at be between beteen between ¬
tween 1500000 and 5000000 was awarded awardedto
to the heirs of original owners Much of ofthe ofthe i
the property which is In what is known knownas
as the west bottoms is occupied by big
business concerns who must vacate or orpurchase orpurchase orpurchase
purchase the land landThe landThe
The case in various phases has been in inthe inthe
the courts for half a century centur The land landoriginally landoririnaJly landoriginally
originally was settled upon in 1S57 by
Silas Armstrong Armstr ng an Indian of the Wyan Tyan
dotte tribe living at Upper Sandusky O
Several whites settled upon 1J on some of the
lands Suits followed Mr Armstrong dis disposing disposing disposing ¬
posing of the greater portion of his prop ¬
erty In time the river cut a new chan channel channel channel ¬
nel and left part of the land lan < l an island
Later the river resumed its natural chan channel channpl channel ¬
nel and the island with wIt accretions was wassettled wassettled wassettled
settled upon by numerous enterprises enterprisesReverts enterprisesReverts enterprisesReverts
Reverts to Armstrong Heirs HeirsBy HeirsBJ HeirsBy
By the decision now rendered by the
Kansas supreme court the property re reverts reverts yeverts ¬
verts to the heirs of Armstrong and the thewhites thewhites thewhites
whites to whom he sold part of the land
Among those who will benefit by b the de decision decision decision ¬
cision are three families f of Wyandotte
Indians Indiansthe the Mudeator the th Rabitaille and
the Buzzard fam lies IlesdescEndants descendants of
Armstrong who live on reservations In
the Indian Territory and who will re receive receive recelve ¬
ceive a small share each Mrs Anna B
Wood rood Sol James ames assistant general su superintendent superintendent superintendent ¬
perintendent of the Metropolitan street streetrailway streetrailway streetrailway
railway of Kansas City Mrs Anna onna Fen Fennell Fennell Fennell
nell wife of James Fennell of the Armour ArmourPacking ArmourPacking ArmourPackin
Packing Packin company Mrs Virginia Fennell Fennellwhose Fennellwhose Fennellwhose
whose husband manages the Macon Mo Mocoal MoconI Mocoal
coal mines of the Armour company Mary
J 3 Wise mother superior of Loretto L retto acad academy academ acadcmv ¬
emy em of this city cit and C E Hochstettler HochstettlerThose HochstettJerThos HoclistettlerThose
Those who will lose lo e the heaviest by bypany
the decision are the Fowler Packing com company cornpany
pany the National Waterworks com company company cornpany ¬
pany and Hunter M 1 Meriwether all of ofwhom ofwhom ofwhom
whom settled upon the portions of the theland theland theland
land and claimed the accretions left by
the th > river when It returned to Its old chan channel channel channel ¬
President Promises PromisesAmnesty Amnesty to the theRebels theRebels theRebels
Rebels of Last Year YearBuenos YearBuenos YearBuenos
Buenos Ayres May 13 13President President Fi Figuero Flguero
guero Alcorta opened congress here yes yesterday yesterday es esterday ¬
terday In his message he said a bill billwould bIIIwould billwould
would be submitted submltt < > d to congress granting grantingamnesty grantingamnesty grantingamnesty
amnesty to those persons convicted of ofparticipation ofpartiCipation ofparticipation
participation in the revolt of February Februaryl00
1JW5 l00 President Alcorta said that Argen Argentina Argentina Argentina ¬
tina would support the congresses of Rio RioJaneiro RioJaueiro RioJauciro
Janeiro and The Hague and he would aid aidthe aidth aidthe
the th > PanAmerican congress at Rio Ja Janeiro Janeiro Janeiro ¬
neiro in its endeavor ondea vor to cement the basis basisof basisof basisof
of friendship between the nations of ofAmerica ofAmerica ofAmerica
America AmericaThe AmericaTIle AmericaThe
The conversion funds now amount to to14607COO to146OiOOO
14607COO 14607COOPresident 146OiOOOPresident 14607000President
President Alcorta declared himself a apartisan apartisan apartisan
partisan for the maintainence of the gold goldplaster goldplaster
plaster instead of for the creation of a anew anew 1
new n > monetary unit unitThe unitThe
The message says sa s that modern artillery artillerymust artillerymust artillerymust j
must be bought and the auxiliary war warmaterial warmaterial warmaterial
material of the country inereased The Thepresident Thepresident j jpresident
president says sa s he will submit the draft draftof I
of a naval programme which shall be becompleted becompleted
completed In five years to comnrise ad additional additional adilltional ¬ I
ditional defenses against the blockade of oftho ofthe I Itho
tho River Platte and the acouisition of ofunits ofunits j junits
units destined to reinforce th thc > fleets fleetsGOLD fleetsGOLD I IGOLD
New York York May Ma IS ISThe The steamer La LaTouraine LaTouraine LaTouraine
Touraine which arrived today from fromHavre fromHaro fromHavre
Havre brought 5100000 In gold The Um Umt Umbria Urnbria
t bria > rla from Liverpool brought 3000000
RECORDS LOST 1081Firemans LOSTFiremans
Firemans Fund Insurance Co CoHas CoHas CoHas
Has Formed a New NewCorporation NewCorporation NewCorporation
Corporation CorporationSan
San Francisco Franc lreQ May 13 13ln In view of the thefact thefact thefact
fact that the Firements Fund insurance insurancecompany insurancecompan insurancecompany
company lost its maps and records of ofSen ofSan ofSan
San Francisco business in the recent con conflagration conflagration conulagration ¬
flagration a new corporation is being beingformed beingformed beingformed
formed for the purpose of protecting Its Itspollcyholders itspOllc itspolicyholders
policyholders pOllc holders and agents by taking over overall ovorall overall
all the companys outstanding risks and andcontinuing andcontinuing andcontinuing
continuing its business Mr W Y J Dut Dutton Dutton Dutton
ton president of the Firemens Fund in insurance insurance ¬
surance sura nee company p said today t day
The new company was formed not on onaccount onaccount onaccount
account of any weakness of the old oldwhich
which is amply able to meet all its lia liaUUat 11 11tuU haiwic
tuU UUat J JwjWR J1Y axujfflpn Jj maiBiliK iU iwic but butonly kt ktonly
only nlY because ciluse tHe loss df their t au Important Importantrecords rn rmportanrecords porutnt
records r cords make m ke It impossible impo lble for the com cornpany
pany to file sworn statements with ith the theinsurance theInsurance theinsurance
insurance commissioners based on ac actual actual ¬
tual figures This would leave its busi business business business
ness open to constant raiding by compe competitors competHors competitors ¬
titors The companys old stockholders stockholdersare st ckhol ers ersare
are to have the option of subscribing up upto upto upto
to their present holdings thus retaining
their ownership in the companys valu valuable valuable valuable ¬
able plant by practically a voluntary as assessment assCS6ment assesament ¬
sessment and preserving to such stock stockholders stockholders stockholders ¬
holders as could not meet an assessment assessmentif
if levied their interest in the assets re reits remaining remaining
maining to the old company after settling
its liabilities All the present San Fran Francisco Francisco Francisco ¬
cisco stockholders have already alread sub subscribed subscribed subscribed ¬
scribed and so many applications have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been made for such stock as may remain remainunsubscribed remainunsubscribed remainunsubacribed
unsubscribed as to indicate a very ery con considerable considerable considerable ¬
siderable oversubscription oversubscriptionSITUATION oversubscriptionSITUATION oversubscriptionSITUATIONIN
Lutheran Missionaries Under Orders Ordersto
to Leave Their Stations StationsMinneapolis Stations1linneapoUs StationsMinneapolis
Minneapolis May 13 13Bishop Bishop T H HDahl HDahl HDahl
Dahl of the United Norwegian Lutheran Lutheranchurch Lutheranchurch Lutheranchurch
church has sent cablegrams to the mis missionaries missIonaries missionaries ¬
sionaries of the church In China order ordering ordering ordering ¬
ing them to leave the districts in which whichthey whichthey
they are engaged in case they consider considertheir considertheir considertheir
their lives in danger Bishop Dahl has re received recehed received ¬
ceived three letters tters from missionaries of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the United church In China who forecast forecastthe forecastthe forecastthe
the trouble In the nature of a new revo ¬
lution According to these letters the dis disturbance dIsturbance disturbance ¬
turbance is centered around RunlngFu RunlngFuof
of the Honan district Rev Re J S Stockke Stockkewho Stoekkewho Stockkewho
who writes one of the letters dated In
April says the Chinese are rising against againsttheir againsttheir againsttheir
their own government in this district districtand di3trictand districtand
and he asserts that the officers and the theI thegovernment thegoverumetit
I government officials themselves do not
believe that their own soldiers are to be
depended upon as they are receiving pay payi
i from the revolutionists He says they are areconstantly arcconstantl areconstantly
constantly afraid the soldiers will be betray betra betray ¬
tray tra them and open the tbegates gates to the en enemy enem enemy ¬
emy em
Tunis May 23 23The The funeral of Sidi Mo ¬
hammed El Radii bey of Tunis took tooicplace tookplace tookplace
place this afternoon before an enormous en rmous
gathering cff natives and Europeans and
the French military mUlta and civil authorities
The ceremony was a magnificent display dlsp
of Mohammedan rites the crowd chant
Ing dirges and many man of the Arabs touch ¬
ing the garments of the dead bev with
the expectation of obtaining pardon for forcondemned
condemned relatives
Whether This Movement Is IsPermanent IsPermanent IsPermanent
Permanent Is Dependent Dependenton
on Local Men MenMUCH MenMUCH MenMUCH
Nevadas s tid tide > of business bueln has turned turnedto
to and from Utah UtahWhether UtahWhether UtahWhether
Whether for all time to come Salt SJtLake S SaltLake Jt JtlAke
Lake will supplant San Francisco as asthe asthe asthe
the real commercial and financial cap capital CPital capital ¬
ital of Nevada depends on the enter enterprise enterprise enterprise ¬
prise and activity of Salt Lakes busi business business business ¬
ness men according to those who have havemade haYemade hvemade
made a careful study of the situation situationThis situationThis situationThis
This does not mean that this city need needprey Deedprey needprey
prey on San Francisco in her hour of ofmisfortune ofmisfortune ofmisfortune
misfortune On the contrary the earth earthquake e earthquake rth rthquake ¬
quake and fire on the coast have hvebrought haebrought havebrought
brought about results merely emnh emnhsising eMD enihasizing e eshing
sizing what was already going on de declare dedare < < Ieclare ¬
clare a number of business men who whodiscussed whodiscussed tho thodiscussed
discussed the subject yesterday yesterdayLogical yesterdayLogical yesterdayLogical
Logical Distributing Point PointSince PointSince PointSince
Since the rejuvenation of Nevada as asa asa asa
a mining state men of long experience experienceIn e perl perlin
In judging the probable course cour of fu future futurel future ¬
ture turel developments have felt that Salt SaltLike SaltlAke
Like was the logical distributing point pointfor pointfor pointfor
for supplies of all kinds needed by the theSagebrush theSag theSaglbrush
Sagebrush Sag brush state Before the San Fran Francisco Fr Francisco n ncisco ¬
cisco disaster Salt Lake was handi handicapped handicapped handicapped ¬
capped to a large degree for the rea reason re regon reason ¬
son that the metropolis of the Pacific Pacificcoast Pacificcoast Pacificcoast
coast had already established herself herselfas
as a distributing point for the Pacific Pacificstates Pacificstates Pacificstates
states and the states on their borders bordersTrade bordersTrade bordersTrade
Trade flowed into San Francisco as na naturally naturally naturally ¬
turally as water flowed from the west westside westside westside
side of the great continental divide into intothe intothe Intothe
the Pacific ocean oceanThere oceanThere oceanThere
There was a glitter and a giamor giamorabout glmorabout glamorabout
about Old Frisco that attracted the theminer theminer theminer
miner the merchant and the profes professional protessional professional ¬
sional man of the mining camps of ofNe ofNevada Ne Nevada Neyada ¬
vada Through force of habit they theywent tM tMwent theywent
went to San Francisco to purchase their thelrmerchandise theirmerchandise theirmerchandise
merchandise and mining machinery machineryand
and after their business was done they theyenjoyed theyenjoyed theyenjoyed
enjoyed themselves for a few days vis visiting visIting viaiting ¬
iting the places of amusement and see secing seeing seejug
ing the many strange sights and attrac attractions attracdons attractions ¬
tions that could only onl be seen in the theParis theParis theParis
Paris of America AmericaLaws AmericaLaws AmericaLaws
Laws of Trade Are Fixed FixedAll FixedAll FIxedAll
All that has passed passedif if not fbrever tr > rever at atleast atleest atleast
least for a long time to come mid in indealing Indealing Indealing
dealing with this subject at this Ume timethere Umethere Umethere
there are many men in Salt Lake who whobelieve whobeHeve whobelieve
believe that no desecration to the mem memory memory menory ¬
ory of the ruined city is committed committedThey cOtnmltteThey coinniittedThey
They say the laws of trade are fixed axedand fixedand fixedand
and that while sympathy exists for th thfortunes the theet1rjMnSHi theuite1prisTng1aenwb4it
uite1prisTng1aenwb4it uite1prisTng1aenwb4itfortunes et1rjMnSHi < JiMTdIt IeiI IeiIfortunes
fortunes in trade in the Golden G den Gate Gatecity Gatecity Gatecity
city and who lost in many instances instancestheir iDstanctheir instancestheir
their all in the recent earthquake And Andfire ADdfire andfire
fire they must enter the lists with new newlances D Dlances newlances
lances and armor to contest anew for fortrade fortrade fortrade
trade supremacy For the present pre ent and
for some time to come Salt Lake must
have the great advantage advantageNevada advantageNevada advantageNevada
Nevada people are beginning to tor torognize roe recognize roeognize ¬
ognize this condition and already they theyare tbe3are theyare
are turning toward Salt Lake They
have even gone further and placed or ¬
ders with wholesalers and jobbers of ofgroceries ofgroceries ofgroceries
groceries and clothing and with agents agentsfor abentsfor agentsfor
for manufactures of mining and other othermachinery otbermachinery otherniachIner
machinery It remains only for th thbusiness the thebusiness thebusiness
business men of Salt Lake to 1i foster this thisnew thisnew thisnew
new trade to make it permanent permanentMen permanentlIen permanentMen
Men in this city have come forward forwardwith forwrdwith forwardwith
with the declaration that the business businessand busln businessand s sand
and mining miningmen men of Utahs sister state statesought statesought statesought
sought the first and nearest market marketavailable marketavailable marketavailable
available after San Francisco was de destroyed d dstro destroyed ¬
stroyed stro ed and that they will trade here hereonly bereonly hereonly
only so long as it is necessary necessar r or so solong solong solong
long as they find this market to their theiradvantage theiradvantage theiradvantage
advantage Therefore they argue Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake should be up and doing and keep
doing until this trade will flow into our ourcity ourcity ourcity
city as naturally as it did into San SanFrancisco SanFrancisco SanFrancisco
Francisco FranciscoInternal FranciscoI FranciscoInternal
Internal I Development Rapid RapidThe RapidThe RapidThe
The internal development of Nevada Nevadais
is progressing with rapid strides The Theconstruction Theconstruction Theconstruction
construction of the Salt Lake route routegave routegave routegave
gave it new life especially in mining miningNow miningNow miningNow
Now the Western Pacific is buildiaa buildiaawest buildiD buildiDwest bu1ldiawest
west from Salt Lake through Nevada Nevadaand Nevadand Nevadaand
and on to the ocean and the Southern SouthernPacific SouthernPacIfic SouthernPacific
Pacific railroad is busy bus with the con construction construction construction ¬
struction of branch lines with others othersunder ot othersunder ers ersunder
under contemplation In addition addiu to tothis tothis tothis
this the gigantic irrigation enterprise enterprisethat
that the federal government has under undertaken undertaken undetaken ¬
taken in the Carson sink country is isbringing isbringing isbringing
bringing results This undertaking is isknown 18known s sknown
known as the CarsonTruckee project projectand projectand projectand
and it is calculated 1 to reclaim 250000 250000acres 2 2QgOoacres O080 O080acres
acres of socalled desert land Between
50000 and 60000 acres already are arereached arereached arereache4
reached by b water waterThe waterThe waterThe
The latest project of the Southern SouthernPacific SouthernPacific SouthernPacific
Pacific is the construction of a branch branchfrom branchfrom branchfrom
from Hasen on the main line to Falion Falionand FaJlonI Falioijand
and thence probably on to Fairview FairviewContinued Falr PairviewContinued ew ewContinued
Continued on Page 2
WANrnE10 WANrnE10The
The original of this piature to tocall tocall tocall
call at The Herald era1d counting countingroom countingroom
room and andget get One Dollar
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