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THE EVENING PAPER C f > i WEATHER FORECAST
IS THE PAPER OF TO 11 THE INDICATIONS ARE THAT THE
DAY THE MORNING J y a t t t WEATHER WILL BE FAIR TODAY
PAPER OF YESTERDAY AV t + AND TOMORROW
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L rlADElr MLL OWNERS AVE
IREA TtNED TO rUNIS Tf UNIONS
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i Big Factories to Remain Closed All Season
If Employes Continue the Sympathetic Strike
t = = = Unions Saining Recruits in Baldwin
I Locomotive Works Open Shop Plant
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Philadelphia March IDespil the
excitement caused by the shooting
up of Frankford avenue one of tho
principal thoroughfares Jn the north
western section of the city last night
by a trolley carload of alleged strike
breakers from St Louis there were
no serious demonstrations against the
trolley cars In operation early today
C O Pratt the organizer of the
carmen this morning denounced the
Frankford avenue affair In which
three men and n 11yearold girl re
I ceived slight bullet wounds when the
4 trolley men shot from a swiftly mov
in car Into the crowd He said it
I 7as the usual Int resort of tho des I
perate strikebreakers who finding
everything quiet bhot up a town to
creato trouhle
Although many Jines arc again run
ning today without any sign of
trouble much apprehension felt as
to the outcome of the fueling stirred
up by last nights attack hi Frail ford
rvenue < > i
Acting Police Ganlajn Daloy said
today that two ul the Philadelphia
Rapid Transit company carmen had
been arrested for the Frankford
hooting and tljntlJtc police sore
ecan hiiifj fo jlvoyothormcnLwliq woro I
on ihof cnr Thocaptajh paid the dls I
turbAnces w6ro caused bYthe new
men and that the shooting was uncalled
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called for
Company Defends StrikeBreakers
The Transit eompany in a state I
m ment on the affair today said that
for one hour prior to the shooting
every car that arrived at the Frank
ford barn had all windows broken
Most of the trouble the company
revs was caused at Frankford avenue
and Unity street where It is declared
ioen strikers men in uniform led the
crowds In the attacks on cars One
ef these men the company declares
has been arrested and warrants are
out for the others
After the outbreak the company
1 says city detective searched every
man at the Frankrord car barn and I
found no firearms on any of them
The Transit company says it has nev
er given Its men permission to carry
firearms but admits that some may I
have carried revolvers for selfprotec
MmAUborirb Director Public Safety
flay still declares that the general
strike is on the wane the labor lead
ers assert that they ate steadily gain
ing ground Many meetings of unor
ganized workers are boluS addressed
by labor organizatlosK every day and
night and many ports of converts
j to he cause of trade tntlontsm are
heard Many of he special dl penBa
Uona are withdrawn by the union and
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It is declared COO baiters will join thin
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t f lrHe today
t The strike leaders today said they
I had no reason to change their esti
lIt mates that between 125000 and 150
one ppr > ona are Idle as a result of the
calling or the general strike
The city administration still conlin
iHH to belittle tho walkout Director
of Public Safety Clay adhering to his
estimate that less than 20000 workers I
responded to the strike call The di
rectors figures are considered too low
I as hosiery manufacturers only one
branch of the textile industry of the
1 I cliv admits that 25000 workers in
tlulr line alone are now idle
The action of tho Philadelphia Ho
E siery Manufacturers association in
shttlufi down their mills until Mon
day wIth a threat that IT the workers
3h do not return on that day u shutdown
until fall will occur will probably be
m followed by a similar movement by
employers In other Industries
The Hosiery Manufacturers asso
Ist cent of the
t elation represents 75 per
ilr
local output from eighteen hosiery
mills They employ about 25000 per
sons The owner ot tapestry carpet
r Q inPlB may also shut down until Ion
ile day
kL dayTho union chauseurs some of
whom returned to work yesterday
afternoon held a meeting late last
r0 night and decided o remain on strike
The campaign cf the union leaders
ninoiif the great industrial plants of
Li the city met with nor success today
I nt the Baldwin locomotive Works
1 I whro several hundred workers failed
to report lhlR morning The strikers
claim that about 2000 men In all dc
I pnrtnientc of the plant have quit but
thlB is denied by officials of the com
pony Baldwins is an open hop
Plant and the success in bringing out
eon of Its men hat given tho ntrlko
leaders renewed hope of spreading the
I itrlle
SERVANT GIRL HAD
SAVED MUCH MONEY
Now York MarchThe family of
the Rev Thornton M Niven was pleas
I e J antly surprised today when they
learned that Anna Gray who died rc
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cently after serving Ole Nlvcn family
for thSrtylwo years as a maid had
left about 5000 in her will to tin
members of the family Out of her
small earniiss she had saved nearly
three times this sum wiling the re
mainder to various charities
CANDY EATEN BY LITTLE
ONES CONTAIN ARSENIC
Plttshurp March 9TlJrcn little
tots children of James Hamilton a
hotelkeeper are in a precarious con
dition thought to he the result of eat
ing Easter eggs that contained ar I
rnlc All three were taken violently
ill shortly after eating ihe candy Au
analysis he candy Is being made
CDICA60 TO 1AVE
FOREI6r POLICE
I
I Chicago March 0Chlcngo ir to
have a lclb JijjpUeaJcsloiHo grJ
With the regular force Twentyrive
men will he examined In the Sicilian
language and all who pass that test
nnd tjic nerissary physical examina
tion will be put to work
This plan of having a corps of for
eign policemen apart from the reg
ular force has been cooled by Chlet
of Police Steward to provide detectives I
to work on Black Hand and other
Italian murder cases hitherto impos
sible of solution
The chief and his inspectors be
lieve men who understand the Sicilian
language and people aro necessary to
clear up the mysteries but the civil
senice requirements have proved
a stumbling block when it came to
setting such men on the regular
force As a rulo the Sicilians not
only are lacking in regulation height
and weight but also are unable to
pass the American educational test
for patrolmen
The establishment of a new arm
of the department will avoid this
INEW ROADS
TO BEULT
Union Pacific Is to
Develop Western
Colorado
Dcnycr Colo March IThe News
r today says that a north and south
connection through Colorado for tho
I Union Paeltlc and Southern Pacific
railroads is one of the purposes of the
recent Incorporation of nix subsidiary
companies of the Southern Pacific
railroad The new line from Globe
Ariz to Farminston X M and Du
rango Colo will connect with a pro
posed line to Cisco Utah from Duran
go which ultimate will be extended
I through the fruit belt of the Grand
Valley in Utah and Colorado to Craig
I Colo whore connection will be made
with tho YamsiiUer branch of the
Union Pacific railroad The line will
tap the richest agricultural and min
ing section in western Colorado There
Ifl an abundance of coal lauds practi
cally undeveloped
WHY PARK GOES TO
ILLINOIS CENTRAL I
Chicago March 0 1 T Harahan
president of the Illinois Central rail
road who returned from New York
csterdav paid ho Intcndcnt remain
ing IndcIlnUfily ns president of the
company Hcadmittcd that tho di
rectors recently were searching fa
a successor to him but that they wero
unable to get tho man they wanted
and had on that account abandoned
the effort
It is true that the director were
Jooklnp jfoj4airpian to succeed mop
Paid Mr tllarshfln and that the move
was niaiteWWc orl with a request
from meJi rfJf I OTH of running this
road is MftUl rd and I thought 1
wanted tfnUffSy rbc Clroctors kindly
can scntcd ta f ° me chairman or
at
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the board of directors provided they
could find the man they wanted for
president
It appears that the position was of
fered to sevojal men or at least sev
eral men were considered and the
directors could not get any of them
It was thought best therefore to
abandon the proposed change of pres
idents and to give me help in running
affairs Accordingly the board gave
me W L Park as vicepresident to
succeed I G Rawn and ho will take
a great deal of the load off my
shoulders
NARROW
ESCAPE
Officials Caught in a
Great Sewer g During
the Tide
New York March Borough Pres
ident Cyrus p Mullor of the Bronx
told today uf the narrow margin by
which ho and several of his borough
officials escaped death by drowning in
the Great Bronx trunk sewer which
has just been completed and turned
over to the city The officials started
oiiottSoTaay bn an Inspection or the
sewer which is fourteen feet in diam
eter and more than twelve miles long
Wearing rubber hoots and carrying
lanterns they descended into the huge
pipe and had gone about a milo when
they noticed that they were fplashlng
thiough clear water six inches deep
They had forgotten to take Into ac
count the tide which was bucking up
into tho sewer at a rapid rate They
had gone too far to turn bnclc and
after a hurried continuation they de
cided to spring for the outlet before I
the Inrunhlng water overwhelmed
them I
Five minutes Inter the water had
risen to their knees and at they I
floundered on against the current it
surged over the top of their hip boots I
and extinguished the nickering flames
in tho lanterns which they carried
They pressed on Joining hnndu to
prevent any of the members of the
party from falling baclc They were
waist deep in the water when they
saw the light at the mouth of the
sewer
Soaked to the shin and with the wa
ter at their armpits they emerged and
scrambled up the steep bank to safely I
CALUOUN BIDS IUE
VETERANS 600D = BYE I
Chicago March 0 W J Calhoun
aped through the downtown district
last night saying farewell preparatory
to his departure tomorrow for Pckin
and hill pont as minister to China lie
made two speeches one to fifty busi
ness associates around a banquet ta
ble the other to fellow members of
Columbia Post Grand Army of tho
Republic In his parting address to
the old soldiers Mr Calhound said
I
I may never see you again for the
yearn are passing rapidly for us all
But I shall often think of you my
comrades in She lonely hours that
will he mine amid different scenes and
associates
church and
I am a member of no
aCknowledgo faith In no creed but T
do believe the cowl in this world will
endure in the world to come I place
you men ou a plane about myself I
know what you endured in the great
civil strife You antiheroes in my eyes
and I still look to jiou as I did when
as a boy I thrice raji away from home
In order at last successfully to win
place In the ranksf
I THIRTEEN IS A T
VERY lUCKY NUMBER
Juneau Alaska 1 llIrhlOC the
shift of miners wlitl were waiting at
the skip In the M e can mine when
the powder magazine exploded last
Wednesday night killing thirtyseven
men the Only survlyor Jsila Derotch
who wore about his neck a brass Iden =
tification tag bearing the number 13
Doretch is In the hospital at Douglas
suffering from wounds but will re
cover
AUTO DEAL
ISClOSEU t
Morgan Becomes Owner
of Big Concern in i
Detroit
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Dotroil Mich March SThe De II
troit News today SIIJF
A deal of Intiuense importance in
he automobile world and one which I
promises to add much to Detroits in
dustrial advancement wntcloKed yes
terday in Now York liy SJUch tho on
lire plant n dstoc l > Unng3 of tale
E M V company were transterred
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to J P Morgan Co The price paid
was G000000 it is said
J L Book vicepresident of the
T H F company says that that prop
erty alone will ultimately he capital
ized at from 30000000 to 50001000
It Is true that the stockholders of
the E M F company leave sold to I
Mr Morgan said Vice President
Rook last night
BlijijRAFT ON TIlE
ILLINOIS CENTRAL
Chicago March 9lit a news ar
ticle today the Chicago Tribune says
An Inquiry into alleged grafting
operations in connection with the
equipment and repairing of cars has 1
been carried on by the officials ot
tho Illinois Central railroad for the
last two weeks
The amount involved in the alleged
graft has been variously figured from
100000 to 5000000 The latter fi
res were reported from St Louis as
tho probable theft figures as indicat
ed from discoveries made by Comp
troller M 11 nisuvelt
While Chicago officials denied land
night Mint any such shortage as
5000000 had been uncovered they
I admitted they had been on a still I I
hunt for graft and that tho search
being made is wide and goes into
every department of the road having
to do with car repairing and equip
ment It was said that suspicious
circumstances had been uncovered
but that no direct evidence of guilt
had been found
The road owns CaOOO cars and they
are scattered IhroiiROiit the country
so it will require weeks to check up
an repaired cars and toll whether ma
r
HON e NEPHI L e MORRIS I
I Of Salt Lake City will address the Ogden
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Betterment League at the 1
Weber Academy I
Wednesday Evening 1
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I < At 8 oclock
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No Admission Charged j
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ASSSENGfRS TO BE ElD ATCARUN 1
I UNTL TE I lAST BREAi IS CLOSED
eWe is expected to conform to the I
terials bought and paid for have been
used
BODIES Of MAiL
I CLERKS FOUND
Washington March VBodies of
some of the postal employes who
I were victims or tho avalanche which
swept down the mountain at Welling
ton Wash on March 1have been
locorercd according to advjccs ic
tclved by the postofflce department
fom F W Vnllo of the railway mall
service at Seattle The bodies were
thce of Postal Clerks Fox Tucker
thin Ladu and Mail eiglipr Ahearn
who with fpur other postal employes
I were on the Illfated train TWcuty
four pouches of letter mall nine
pounchesand two sacks of registered
mall thirtyseven 1oplstorcd letters
and three truck loads of paper mail
also wore found
Clerks Ilosait Hoofer and 1ottlF
Ice and Mall Wpighnp Bnhn have ilot
been found although their bodies
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liractically arc known to be In the
I dehrls
KILLED A WO 1AN
IKILLED niDE A CRIME
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Gplville Wash March 9George
L PepOQii jn jail here charged with
Implication in doutluuiuliInviIe
filth who is alleged to have boon
pojfmnfl accused Ray Wilco said
I to bo an oxconvict of being response
tile fpr Mrs Popoons demise accord
I ing to Sheriff Graham of Stevens
county
I The sheriff says Pepoon has made
a lengthy statement to him declaring
that Mrs Popoon was insane at the
timo of her death and assorting his
belief that Wilcox had presumed too
lar on the friendship existing between
blnisolf and the Pepoon family and
feared that if Mrs Pepoon recovered
her mind she would betray him The
authorities arc still searching for
Wilcox
MORTGAGES WIPED OUT
New York iJarch 0 Mortgage1
amounting to approximately 370OUO
hold by Trinity corporation against
I if t > eight parishes of the church In
Creator New York have been volun
tarily wiped out by the mother church
RKbTN1 I t N
COt O BiA
AntiAmerican Feeling
Intense in City
of Bogota
Bogota March 0The rioting which
began with u quarrel between the
manager of an Americanowned street
railway and a poHetman Monday con
tinues Tho antiAmerican feeling is
intense The mob which forced the I
suspension of street railway traffic
committed further violence last night
and the American manager was forced
to seek safety nt the United States
legation
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SILLY POST CARDS I
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ARE DESTROYED I I
Now York March 9A systematic
crusade against tho silly postcard IR
being waged by the authorities in sev
eral larger cillci of the United States
according to an announcement today
by Postmaster Morgan Replying to
a committee from the Ancient Order
of Hibernians which lodged a protest
against the sending of offensive St
Patrick flay postcards Mr Morgan
said
Pnople may as well understand
that it is only a waste of time and
money to try to Indulgo In the Sending
of IUy postcards through the United
StTtloM malls Any cards or other mat
torTthat Is vulgar or an insult to any
destroyed
person or race will be deJ
whenever it roachcs this office This
office has destroyed thousands of them
nl Hl this Hundreds of
already season
thousands were destroyed by postmas
ters last year
Metal
New York Marco I1end quiet
spot InOaJCO Popper easy standard
spot iSloalM Ma > I315al035
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I Remarkably Rapid Progress Made in Repair =
ing the Damaged Road Through Palisade
Canyon = = = Western Pacific to Use So P
Tracks = = = No More Detoured Trains
t A message from Division Superin
tendent Manson dated Palisade md
received at the local offices of the
I Southern Pacific last night reads
Barring unforeseen delays the line
In Palisade Canyon will bo open for
through traffic Wednesday Send No I
S and the fast mall by this route be
ginning Wednesday morning Trains
will bo held at Carlin until Thurs I
da I
day
dayIn
In complance nth the superintend
ents order the two trains left Ogden
at Jn and 1157 a m but before de
parting passengers were notified that
they would he hold at Carlin for the
final word and they were given n
choice of remaining in Ogden and de
parting on Xos 3 and j Thursday or
proceeding west to the point where
tho last of the brinks arc being rap
idly closed
No more trains aro to lie detoured
by war of Portland and by Frirta
passenger traffic on tho Southern Pa
schedule in force prior I IlL the disas
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trous washouts of ten days ago
I The resumption of through traffic
came earlier than expected As lie
cUngl t1 inTv6rkt1it we5t or
Palltade they discovered that the
damage to the road was not as great
In the center of the canyon as at
either cud and thai as a consequence
temporary repairs to allow of the
passage of trains could be made in
several days less time than had been
forecast
I For over a week the combined ef
forts ot all the construction forces at
I the command of the Southern Pacific
from Ogden to San Francisco have
been centered on the work of reopen
ing the transcontinental line Two
general managers made their head
quarters In the Hood zone and re I
mained in direct command day and
night With tho opening of trafllc
General Manager CaIn will return
to San Francisco and General Mana
ger Bancroft is expected to reach Os
den tomorrow oveninp
I No estimate of the total damage
caused by the floods has been given
I out by any of the railroad officials I
but it will approximate half a million
dollars not including the loss of busi I
ness caused by tho interruption of
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traffic I
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DEMOCRATS ARE
MUCH PROVOKED
Washington March flThC bill re
quiring the publication of campaign
contributions which It is charged I
has been held In the house committee
on election of president and vice I
president will be considered at a t
meeting of that ivunmittoo this week I
Representatives Gaines of West VII
Cinla chairman of the committee said
yesterday that he will call a meeting
tills week but he declined to discuss
the committees probable action on
the bill
Representative McCall Republican
Mo the author of tho bill de
clared that the timo had alIcd vyhen
the committee should take some action
on his bill
Rcpreseiitative Ruckcr of Missouri
ranking Democrat member of the com
mittee declared himself forcibly on
the alleged holding up of the bill in
committee and said that the Demo
cratic members had demanded ot
Chairman Gaines that he call a meet
ing of the committQe to consider the I
bill
1 want to say said Mr Rucker
that unless a mooting of the commit
tee Is called during the week I shall
next week denounce the whole i > ro
c > from the floor of thu house
Tho minority hag done everything it
can to get action on this ill but Itp
to date our wlsnes have been unre
warded A great majority of the
house favors this bill
IN A DRUNKEN FRENZY
SHOOTS HIS FRIEND
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Edwin Biglcr Severely Wounds a
Young Man Named Orglll
at Rauch
Nophi March SA man lying at
the point of death and the one who
fired the shot lying in the county Jail
has the old old story attached to it
Drink did it
Edwin Bigler George Painter and
Robort Chappsli were boding cattle
dowit on the Sevir river at a litHo
settlement called Mills a few miles i
southwest of Juab Tho young men
all tool a ride iif to luab Chappell J
and Painter rode jcr to Stephenson
ranch but Uiglcr remained at Juab
where he got hold of some whisky
which was the causeof his undoing
On their way hack they stopped at
the ranch house of the Juab Develop
ment company Here Biglcr scorned
to become Insanely drunk and pulling
out his sun tired at the IIOUHC The
I bullethit a knot and exploded five of
I the pieces hitting i young mail by the
I name of Orgill
I Ivy a man from Sclplo immediately
jumped onto Blsler and beat him un
mercifully Bklor did n6t recover
consciousness Mil this morning and i
was almost inconsolable when told of
his serious act In shooting a young
I man who has always been his friend
i One of the pieces of the hnllot ha
pierced the lung of Orgill and doubts
I arc entertained as to his recovery
iMAYBRAYS f
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BAD GANG
Their Trial is Begun in
Council Bluffs
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Iowa
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Connell Bluffs la March 0 J C
Maybray and thirteen of his assist
t ants were arraigned in the United
States court here today and pleaded k
not guilty to Indictments charging
I them with wholesale swindling
I Ma bra and eighty or more other
defendants are charged with being
I concerned in extensive swindling of
bankers and other persons in different
I pates of the country by means of
fixed races prize fights wrestling
I bouts and similar methods
I The trials are of Interest because
of the wide territory over which tho
defendants are alleged to have operated
operated
ated and the prominence of the per
sons who fell ietlniE to the swindles
One hundred witnesses from a dozen I
states arc here to testify
In addition to those arraigned to
day about thirty others named in the
indictment haw been orrcoted in dlf
Iciest parts of the country and will
he brought to Council Bluffs as fast
a > hell cases can be heard
The government has considered time
prosecution of these men of sufllclenl
importance to assign Silvester II
Rush special assistant to the attor
ney general of the United fates lo
take charge of the cases Ho wlll bs
assisted by District Attorney Temple
and George 1J1 Stewart Colonel Tom
pies assistant
Among the defendants Is Harry
Forbes the pilzoflghtei who was nr
rested at the ringside after lie had
been beaten last week by Abe AWl
Clarnco Forbs also a prizefighter Is
another defendant
Benjamin Marks the wealthy Coun
cil Bluffs politician is alleged to have
been a promoter with Maybray
There are also twelve civil suits for
aincAmts aggregating 70000 which
will be tried during the present term
of court These suits axb against
Marks and officers of the First Na
tional bank who are alleged to have
taken part In financing the big swin
dling games
By agreement the civil suits were
continued thirty days and will not
come up until th criminal actions
have been concluded
Judge McPhereon Insisted on mak
ing tho record clear and when the
defendants woro nllr1d upon for pleas
they were required to stand up indi
vidually and give their names and ros
h encc and plead to the indictment
The defendants appearing were
Loon Lozler Ed Leach John E Doh
bins R E Goddard Claronco Glass i
Clarence Forbes harry Forbes Win I
lord Harris John II BQath George M
Marsh Edwin Morris and Bert It
Shores Three others Wlllard Powell
Frank Scott and T S Robinson were
represented by attorneys who stated
their clioutB were to appear tomor
row All pleaded I not guilty and thoir 1
trials will begin tomorrow Five dn
fcndants wore lthul1t attorneys and
pleaded poverty I The court appointed
attorneys to defend them Muybray
he role
was cheerful He paid never
heater and during his thirteen months
lu jail he bad not uuMBd a meal

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