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. . gicroing Examiner has rntn 'rWMr an the four rural Utah Weather y routes going out of Ogden Iieti morning than all other pa para It gained. Dont forget aa ,h'. a papar far tha Examiner a oireuiation In tha wnala twntry and In each precinct forecast Jpi VOL. n. NO. (RECEIVES FULL ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCHES) 352 OGDEN UTAH. CITY, DELAY IN HAZING WITTES REIGN Washington, Pec. j MORNING. DECEMBER iu the expectation of Secretary Bonaparte AND FORTY iu-e- n w Petersburg, Dec. 15. (Delayed ceived, however, that the governor development haa naked for warahlpa. Reports are j. transmission)That Every tho government la in oireuiation that there have bees u thaw Laired 10 make an attempt to re- - collision! in the streets of the city. A now ealsilng letter written Dec. 11 and brought the agitation L, Russia and to restore or-empire at any coat. Every aora made by the reactionariee haa .trendy wet with open defiance. The Uremia, inceneed at Count Wittes watcDPtuotia reply to the aematvo notations. are contemplating a plan 0 held elections tor a constituent government. The Liberals unmistakable wstead that thsro ar Is prepar-la- i the that government lips a counter revolution and they ursly charge that Count Witte has dieted to take up the cause of the mart against th. people, and that all ' hope for him it ended. gonwvrr, tho belief la expressed that the preeent agitation marks the he ni id Wilts as premier and that inrill he unable to survive court trigues against him. However, them us mssy difference of opinion, and nuy brlieve Witt must be retained e ndsr any pollry, because his aa premier would be the upn Ihr the final collapse of Russian kroughout in thr dlhap-fmrsae- nvdit abroad. of the liberal parly point which remarkable receptionthe vis aaeorded n deputation of t, to sustain the pity orgnnixed at Ttankoe-IMyaatarday. To members of this delegation Vladimir Grtnkmuth, an editor ri Moscow, who prostrated himself at the fust of th emperor. Prince Rcher-kspofone of the best known of the NsciiMuiriea in Russia, presented an ikae which th emperor kissed, prom-ma- g that he would personally give it n the gheudoff monastery In Moscow, h aa address Prince Bcherbapoff muse lied the retention of autocratic peer and omplorea his majesty to esK the nobility, tbs clergy, poaa-mr- y mod the Csesaeks, the (prior of tit enemies o f Russia.' lepresemniiv landlord ailed bin mjeatyla almost so many words to hmlas Count Wkte, who had proved "pswariasa to stop treason, and to stern ineamrea and rely upon the faithful elements of the popular Dm 1 support your majestys autoc-isheartier to the o f, y to ihe prinoe the emflamed to such grim provocative sostlineate without n word of rebuke asd the liberals say that he replied with fair words, reiterating the ssifesio of recent date which, he oil represented his "unchangeable According peror I impossible to m brand erntaad (he tidtiflcaacs of such a reception. The liberal press la unanimously retarding Count Wltte'a reply to the naaiToist aa unfavorable. This re-riis regarded a a virtual challenge to the only body which might have wed the situation. y Die lliiwi terms it a bureaucratic wwment signalising (hat tbs premier u gone over body and soul, marking failure of Witte. The paper nays wt Durooro in now ihe power bend the throne, and "WKf as a now taken a stand, (he last the eunatttuenl or wa meres when the assembly whole fabric toe government will be swept away. The bureau of the aemoivo congress as called a meeting for December 23 r M. Witt and also to prac-tell- y decide whether to .bold elec-in government In other words, Poetically transform Itself into a government. .oreSn ambassador enjoying ex- Pixmal opportunltiea for knowing " ted happening at court, said to th Press: "Kte probably remains because It that hie name alone euw- BussUn credit abroad, hut will bn0 Imwr the dominant influence. nial through by a special engine which was riddled wKh bullets says that, every dead wall in Riga bears pasters urging the mob to attack the gentry and capitaliata. Th women of tlie belter clasaee have been sent elsewhere. and (be gentlemen remaining have formed themselva into a militia and ar holding the houses of the nobility, while the soldiers hold the public places. The writer says (hey have resolved to defend themselves to the last in the event the peasantry secure their entrance and are Joind by the proletariat cf the city. PLANE FOR REVOLUTION. Reval, Russia, 1'ndated, via Berlin, Dec. lfc Tlie city council tonight passed a resolution In favor of the removal of (he police and troops from th city and to rely for protection on tbe workmen's militia. It was also resolved to transform the city treasury Into n strike fund. ' AND DEATH. flsd. OPEN MUTINY. Berlin, Dee. 16. Th Moscow correspondent of the Lokal Anseiger telegraphed aa follows from that city at 11:20 a. m. today: "The ferment In the Moscow garrison over bad rations and numerous arrest resulted today in aa open mutiny of the Kostoff grenadier regiment, Tbe grenadiers freed their arrested comrade by force, seised the arsenal with the ktoree of arms and munitions, and disponed machine guns before tbe bar- win become Ibe Idol at court racks aian who Is saving Russia from "I ter (he grenadfera, Instead of the wpjeie anarchy, and instead of he- - tmel order of th day. lamed n series .missed will h raised (o the of economic and political demand and actual minister at court. Th fcnulf, who always feared 1 forced to accept him, is fldsnce in him, yet to ik tt asW, tbw emperor re- PWd to the entreaties of the ZU? cw,Bvl him to throw the tinrT. yS? r2rm Program overboard. f the government Is illsstrated by the pitiful t to the railroad officials of the n r0BB by Minister of J?"itsUons Nemechaieff, who unless they allowed b moved Sir Zf ,0J they would not nflroad throughout Im. jf f 'Wold si be responsible for rieg of tj,e army ,n jjanrhuria. " ' ap-ro- in-th- fOPLE ARE INVITED TO BE MAS- SACRED. I 7 datefl, via Berlin, Dec. lUpZSlJl hied ' Jmb'irf tee th,- b a,1 'i - r it ! n g. , '.n-hur. the command of tbe regiment was token over by a cosnmlUee of twenty elected by the mutineers. "The man of the Astrakhan regiment and tly Coseacks refused to move gainst the mutineer. "The telegraph and poet services have been largely restored.' ,l' Tbo newa from 'ulien out in ra1mente. ilm. the grenudler a i iii,iiy. , infin- ,iM v.tr.-u- iu- - govcruuien'jn. ..njd j ,ne iHeai t',- yc itirt;iK ii Ill him I scr ta.ill West Bound Express No.l Is Held Up by Two Masked Men Who Secure iieca ii. ,'itu Ik-,- Explosion of Ton of Gelinite Wrecks Store Fronts. . n ., sni . - ; hn, i at e uiji con-icut- w-u- 1 h'l LITTLE ISLE ! DEFINES n I Her People Say Uncle Sam Owes Them Protection. Havana, Dec. 16. (.bsiles Ray-narpresident of ihe Isle of Tines association, Issued today by advice of y hia attorneys a letter tn reply to of Stat Root's communication of Nov. 27 in which the secretary outlined to Mr. Ray nard the attitude of the Iniled States government toward the proposed formal ion of the territorial government in Hi island as part of the Inited Slates. Mr. Rayuard contradicts Mr. Root's statement that the Isle or Pines is lawfully subject to (o Cuban government and saya the Cuban republic exist olsly by virtue of n convention, the terms of which expressly exclude the Isle of Pines from th domain of the republic, Th Platt amendment passed by tbe Lnited States congress, he saya, also remains in force until it Is repealed or modified and every offloer of the American government, no matter how high, is bound under its terms t consider the Isle of Pines outside Cuban control aid Jurisdiction, personal opinions of such officers to the contrary notwithstanding. Th letter saya that Secretary Root's opinion as to the validity of the claim of the (Jutted States to the Isle of Pine is directly opposed to the opinion of President McKinley, Secretary of Stole May and tien. Leonard Wood, and it quote some official acts and unofficial remark to prove this. The letter asserts that no department of the United Stetes government except the State department ever recognized Cuba's claim to ihe Isle of Pines and that it waa only done by that department when it waa confronted with the alternative of correcting a wrong or condoning or concealing it. In conclusion Mr. Raynard professes astonishment that the mc rot ary of crate I sitting against thou who are defending their lawfully acquired in terete tn American temory. and deeply regret that ter th first time an American secretary of state is anxious to abandon American territory and American citizens to an alien and lawless government for no consideration and for motives which h seems unwilling to disclose." Havana, Dec. 1C. President Raynard, of (he Isle of Pines association, in a letter to lbs Associated Press says: : "The last mail from the United State brought Additional guarantees of I40.0M4) in cash and all the men needed to defend our right and uphold the American flag iu this isle. This means over $50, QUO in cash. 6.000 men and all ihe munitions needed should we elect, to use force In mainof Americans on taining (he rights American territory." Secretary of ibe Interior Andrade, when shown the above letter, appsr entiy was pqdisturbed. He said the United States doubtless could be depended upon to prevent tbe embarkation of men nnil munitions of wnr for the Isle of Pines. Asked whether he regarded Mr. liaynard's letter as grounds for prosecution, the secretary said it was a matter for the courts to decide, declaring that the government would ray no attention to such Eydt-kubne- fled. St. Petersburg, undated, via Dec. 16. The colonel of grenadiers today sent s message to Ibe mutineer!1. offering to consider their proper urievonevs If they would euVnit them. He has received no reply. Only eight operator are working in the telegraph office. The telgrapherY rerohed t concongree ta eya tinue the s.r'ke. ureai-snge- ) Berlin, Dec. Id. A diajatch to the Lokal Anseiger from Riga, dated Wedl, nesday. December IS. vis ship to sbeaoe by meMeuger to 8L Petersburg and thence by courier to East Prussia, says: "LHhuatea workmen today attempted to force their any into an electric power house which was occupied by troops. A volley was fired into the crowd killing twelve men. The rest Re-vn- and Decamp. Booty c.i New-Yor- HAVE MONEY ANYHOW. Eydt-knhnr- Dec. 16. via Her- - (v, .' u Xi'ioiUiup i TWELVE KILLED BY TROOPS. being dis- "All the factory employes are strikth Prople to the m Dec. 1. to ing and huslnsM is suspended. Lithuanian revolutionists hold .M1c' K ,B believed by all"The the approaches 1o the town, seize mronn & massacre by ' 1,UBdrod. after the people all vehicles and slaughter the horses. Many minor disorders end plunderings advice from Riga are have occurred. Confirmation haa been re- MUTINEERS DISDAIN HIM. . 0pEN MUTINY IN MOSCOW. vt ,u. Tue most d.vpivocHtlotia'u ,xv ili,, report . shows, are t ru.i.iiM-'ii:b roMa between Ban Kr:.i,.--.-ud Talmi. uud ew York and Havana. Ui (he former ipstautv ti:t. aa v.. Ifb whb-h:f .Hid fm mail, MIDSHIPMAN UNDER SUSPICION. weight, would t.uve tni-- bin l. In:'., while it corn to uammon mail, to iiu h:-vans I71.S7V bnAnnapolis, Md Dec. 16. It is stalif pant for bv dpouaue. Me.h. Dec. Rowan ed officially that Midshipman weight would iwv, ,n an out..piracy ,nteid into by Hummel, P. Lrmley, of the third class is wiMr Morse said that lltnuinel told iu l.iii one instance (iium iumi.cd exprew Xo. 1. weai-- l lay of but I der restrictions owing to the suspected Snokaue, W.h.. 't c ii icrial is it showu tha: itic con-iaH11 His. Dodges divorce s.sieui bound, wuu held up and robbed fifteen ,,n B o Hu rtpokeamaadtt-vi- . participation in the basing of Midship from Roe-lan- worked arivauiugevrnitv m tiu- mileu of corrupt sad bml North Yakitaa, Wasd..i5,,,, man Kimbrough. He is a ton of CapB. I., says: and ibst o,i ihe At i o cluck this af'wuiMHj about a tain 1 .a mley of tbe judge advocste'n and Souths mix un eoiuc. wliicli w department of the navy, and was ap- ton of gelinit, in Hie iliiiw.ng house cost 3603.669. where, sn i tald thst'sweeisr. siwed. meu cotnpalled ihr engineer (o stop the j right", hi witm of tram run Is th aud tbe The statement louonioiivc. ii bud at mail Star for ninlnand him it showed tlie rv.iv-ubeen paid pointed large. ('enter qi. exploded newspaper picture oi cuts half a mil west of the lknlg. which the witness said made that Lemley was one of the ihiougli Millie unknown ra.isc, killing of weights, ii nniM hare nvo1ve.l an expi-eci- t h kai rt. KimJohn baiaucevif f on the found at work forme vbit-It 3M9.74X with him when he servad ibe autu rly iratn.Tiie robbers, midshipmen of ihe evpeudllure of Ingram, mld.iioiul. n ihi-ie unmaied. was In an the when latter police and Injui mg coiupcllwj the engineer, nions. Dels Drey N brough of peoHummels at tho p.dni of ibeir guns, to act off torney, ihaa raid; troll, conscious condition, but it is not re- ple. Ingram was foreman blaaier, and RYAN FROM PINEE IN. WANT6 bis of scien charge drain removed ihe only possible, dvnauilie. which Mew And when you railed hia attention garded by the authorities as cert in out the end and aide of the express to th fact that by lbs dale en the , whether he took part In the hazing or source of information a I car aud abaitvrwd ibe cUrougli and lo- paper the picture was not pilated un- -; was meieiy acting from motives of of ibe explosion. Hi. body wra re to Washington, Dec. covered from th oebris badly man-- ha a delegate fisn tin- - liie or Pines cal aafva, and decompsd wiih the til months after ih service of th humanity. Sled. Inrlihart, awia'.au; taking altoi at th Bresnoa who summons, what did he say? diamond and therefore entitled to u t iu Uie a CEARIN LEAVES FOR CAPITOL. drill operator, who was nt work under home, Edward P. R)n uiipeuri-- at had luck hie head out of ihv engine, "That be would have to frame the ('em or War office, waa badly em titn cs pi iui today and nmfenvd with and at (.lie head of lire brakemau. some other excuse." was the reply. up Mr. Moras testified that bis wife Portland, Ore., Dec. 16. Hon. J. M. about ibe head and taae, bul will re- ii number of the opponem of the Lie whom they observed approaching. Tire unGearin. appointed last week to mo-ree- cover. Several metubn-- of the office of Pine treaty with a view to deter- amoiiui or plunder obtaiued said ehs preferred a new divorce from the late United States Senator staff and men In tne oouiirenhor build mining the most effective way of cei- known. The control of the through Dodge and that shs had started as acawr ar known John H. Mitchell, aa sens lor from this ing re hurt by fly lug ala. or by ling cl. inn before congtee. only at terminal points, tion for one. Ha raid that lJummrt. i lie r not haing in poaatiMuin was to set aa Dodge counsel ia this state, departed for Washington today. being thrown violently against die tif the IsfMxiiaUuu. No reimrt waa re- new divorce, but that tbs css was . Building iu (be immediate ceived tonight aa To (he rout c la of the started by intervention vicinity were iw fifed out of shape and proceedings. safe, but ii la declared to have Mr. More was asked about th atti(he windows all broken. In tbe big aa bum War Raglo boarding liouae some of' light, the train doe compara- tude of hi uncle. Captalu James T. the inmates were Injured slightly. In tively litile local huoineaa Morse, the New England ship owner, Th alreriffa of Yakima and KillRas regarding the marriage the city lbs shock of ihe explosion j with Mrs. couariM have poaaes la purauis of toe Dodge. caused much oouteeniaikm and did i baadtto. Tii pewteegera were md Yu haw heard him ray that Mrs, large damage. Neatly all the plsc moiaatad and no one wan injured. No Dodge v ns an unlit woman for pmt to glass windows ou Columbia si emir were smashed, many people receiving' report waa raeeived as to shots baing marry?" ha waa naked. fired. Yea. cuis from fragments. Merchants hud i No. 1 limned paaaed StKikau at Yon have heard Mm say also that Christmas goods displayed, much de nooa loilay at ruction being wrought among iheso. soute to the sound. Ka he would take steps to break your gimwr George W. How waa In charge marriage? The amount of glraa destroyed is eii of to tocomotfea, "Yes. with Uouducior onnoua and heavy importations for Jew we Huxubla la eharg of (he train Ur. More said (list he was la Dim repairs will be necessary. The citizens AC HtlMde atatino, flfieea miles weal trim A i torn feel thankful, nevertheless, that the ay Jerome's office sad that of North YaMms, two luwa cllmlied Mr. Jerome was present when Cpstoln loss of life and property was not ; w er the tender of tbe engine to the Morse said he had takm legal steps to greater. The Oeier Star, War Eagle! cab and p rearmed guns at (be heads break the marriage. and Le Roi mteee will be shut down of ihe engine crew. for a few day because cf injury to Judge Earnest Hall, who aeted ea Th engine, lender, exprea and referee ia the Dodge divorce case in the steam and air ptpna and machinery, mail cars were cut off, run down (be 103, leetiflad that Sweetser touk lier--bitand the practice! wrecking of (he track ami Mapped. One man smmm) for. Dodge at one of the hearings, (buildings containing them, Sands, superintendent of the a, ad emy, that Midshipman Coffin be summarily for Wing and Midshipman Yandevere for rouu' enauciug the practice. Fiscal Policy and Home Tlie damage $ansnt be exactly appraised. but it Is tiuibght U will reweb probably luO.OUO. CANAL BILL ,trie. shoIy ch SENATE After Long Discussion Chiefly on High Salary Scale. Washington, Unlay paired Dec. 16. The ihe Panama canal senate emer- gency appropriation bill, but the result was not attained until aftef tbs debate on tbe bill had been continued the greater part of the day to the exclusion of practically all other business. Set speeches wer made by Mr. Bacon in advocacy of his amendment requiring estimates fur Ihe canal commission salaries; by Mr. Allison, who devoted himself largely to the del si la of th bill; Mr. Culberson, who criticised the employment of Mr. Bishop a a press agent," by Mr. Stone, who criticised the purchase cf American ships to carry Panama supplies in face of the announced determination to go abroad for veanels under the condttiops then existing, and by Mr. Newlands, who expressed tbe opinion IhM ihe construction of ibe canal should have bran entrusted to the guard over the (rain arow while (he aeremd attached expkauvrei (a th oar doors.. Both were blow from tireir fastenings. The taudlia at tacked both safes In ihe expires car. One it known aa the "through aafe, and is built into tire ear nt. (he bop. lia contents are locked up al (he point of departure end only removed at th terminal. The strong toon wan shattered and t( comreus romuied, Tbe nature and extern of toe pkinder secured tn the through safe is not known to the foc-o- official of tbe Northern Psoldo. Tha local onfe, to which (he messsognr hs a key, was then shall cwsd and such valuablea aa It nnitolned were token. It i said that tesw wr of (rifling walar. Reports rwdwf at th gee real offices of th Northern Panfle reals that both men were snsskrd end heavily armed. They wer of medium height, Inftllned to be alight In build, and wore black luss sat ounls and blue overOn releasing (he trainmen both all robbers went In the direction of Norlh London. Dec. 16. The great political campaign la ihe 1'uKod Kingdom will be fairly inaugurated during the next week when the prime minialer, Sir respective leaders of Ibe government and apposition will then outline the main issues and pkrform of their parries. Alfred Lylileton. oulimial secretary in Mr, Balfour's caliinet, epeaklng al Imnington tonight, said the Untwist would place their flacsl policy before th counLry. This is taken to mean that some modification of what, is knon as ihe Chamberlain policy'' is intended. Mr. I oil let on also said Ihe Unionists would base ,ihelr fight against ihe Liberal on Kir Henry well known Campbell Banuernian'a home rule proclivities. With regird to Yakima. the flared policy, Mr. LytUcton. who may he understood a speaking for the bis I'ntonlala, said the whole policy parry would lie for ihe prevention of unfair competition and colonial preference. ChrlHUuas TESTIMONY will bring an trues between all (he parties so ter as an active cangwign le concerned, but 'he activity will begin again after the new jmr. Tbe campaign, H Is thought, will he abort end sharp. Writs are expected January N. which mean ih.iv a majority of ihe New Yoik, free. IS. Tbe crucial legal polos in the celebrated Dodge-Mora- e divorce case, namely, ihe que-flowhether Dodge was ever served wiih th summons to divorre proceeding wuh hia wife, who later became Mis- Morse, was token up today si ihe i rial of Abraham H. Hummel, ihe iswver for conspiracy in this Tbe Ural. wlines. M. A. Rweetaer, was ihe lawyer who represented M r- -. Dodge iu her divorce proceeding. Sweeiser said that he served ihe summons In question on Dodge on March 1. 1897. at th Rverett Ilona ia this ciiy. Me then said In reply to quern Inn, that in lMft he identified aa man whose real name was I lodge B elections will bo over by January 25. (hough actually some of the constituencies have until January 2k. In any event the whole question will bo decided inside ihe month of Januarv. us parliament, will probably mee: February 15. One of the in: creating piece filled of political new during a wiih political movement fa tire practical certainty lhat Lord Ourxon of Kedler.on. former v'ceroy of India, will represent (he ely of tendon In ihe house of cnoimona in aucceeaion to Sir Jokcph Dimedale. I: is recognized I in all political circles ihai laird Cur-so- lleibfich. geological survey . Tb prosecution in the Hummel A substitute for Mr. Bacons amenda one of the coming men. and a ment offered by Mr, Hale waa accept- petition lhat (a now circulating In ihe I rial has charged that Herbltch was ed. It specifically requires that con- city bv receiving signamrus Irrespec- ufwil si ihe reference to imprreonsle gress shall be supplied with regular tive of creed or pany. terd Curxona Dodge, who they charge was being estimates of all aaarlea except those friends aaw he will umloubirdiy ac kept away from tbe clij Swceiaer said Mrs. Dodge waa ro paid to laborers skilled and unskilled. cepi. lie I a Conservative free leader, pay nil eapenves of the divorre proOtherwise the bill v passed as reKAISER REMEMBERS PRISONERS. ceedings. Including hre hnshand's ported from committee. counsel fees During the session Mr. Hale made Charles K. Hrebiioh. whom Rwoeiser Williams the authorized announcement that Mr. Berlin. Dec. as Dodge in Bishop's duties aa a press agent'' Hrtjuum, IJeiit. Grn. Von Iicsiwn, met lestifii'd be would be discontinued. ibe Japanese prisoners of war lio are JK03 was then put on the witnea he went in the pairing ih rough Gmnany from Rus- aland He said that DREAM HAD REALISTIC ENDING. sia. si 6 o'clock hir-- i morning whh a reference proceedings In question at and rigar-clte- the request of Mr. Hummel. largo supply of "I wem io hi office,' said Herbitch. Louisville. Dec. 16. Archie Harris, and for ihe offi-- re hiwquei of There were 1.72S "and he told me he wanted to use me a negro cab driver, was shot and killed chrysanthf-niume- . early ihle morning by Louis Wtiiney. men and 5 officer and (hey were for about fifteen minutes at a hearing also a rsb driver. It in supposed Whit- touched be ihe emperors ibougiilful-ne.a- s but did not want me to testify. He iu giving them ihe first oppor-tnnii- sent me to Judge Halls office at 62 ney did the shooting .while asleep. of rering liie flower of iheir na- William sired. Hummel afterwards Yewerdsy he was presented with a bammerlesK revolver and spent, ihe tive land. Besides Von Plessen. Baron entered tie office with BteinhsnJL" Did yon receive anything for of the day exhibiting it and Von Dcm K nor beck. nisKier of of ihe empreiw and repreren-nativ- e terric? expressing hi pride over the gift. Tbe "Yes, 125. of the Herman Red Crone, and possession of the weapon la believed to "What did Hummel any to yon? have occupied hi mind no completely tbe Japanese minister and fala staff "He (old me that he wanted to aee that he dreamed of it. all night, and wore at tire Marion and shook hand while asleep gw up from hi couch with the officer;, while grooms of the if a certain man would mistake me tills morning at 5:30 o'clock, and emperor diriiibuied rfhe preseute. The for some on else. "You knew by what you heard there imagining that an attack was being first train brought 63' dangerously made on him. fired ou hi phantom as- wounded snd sick men, five of whom that there was a dispute as in the of a summons? sailant. Tbe bullet struck Ha rite, who died on tho way here. The prisoners 1 did. wan asleep at. the time. uni versa U.v condemned the treatment Justice Rogeis. who is trying (he they had been aubjerted to In Ruaaia. s esse, aked at this point: "and when ROB BANK OP $4,500. Thev were Interned In a country r wiihoiii. newspaper nr cigarettes. greeted you a Mr. Dodge, ware confined did you not make any response?" Marshfield. Win.. Dec. The crippled Japes 16. The did not." Slate Bank of Coilty, sss in a very small building and bad to "I Charles W. Morse, ihe iiankei. or- robbed this afternoon of $4,5in hv two crawl about tinswisiod. Afire breakfast, ihe trams wiih the ganlzer of the American Ice company, highwaymen, who ordered tbe rabler io Hamourg, wts next called to the witness sum, at the points of revolvers, to turn ov- prisoums proceed on It was in order to secure an annul- er the money In his possession. The where the o Japanese wrili embarkVen- ment of ih ChtmbrreitsD and manisgs of Mrs. Clemene CHhier complied without httancr. rite iussK-tT lodes in Mor-- s that th aUsged conriver. The robber quickly drne sway. - n . ri'O'-okri- y rare-monie- s vll-lag- ' NO SMASH FOLLOWS MANIFESTO to. Ptienbarg, Friday, Dec, 16, win Berlin, Doc. Id. Blrange to asy tlie OMMilfeeiA of ih (iroVctorlat organism I iocs, while it I screened the nervous-nu- s of the bourne, did not a smash so fsr as tuiprelaJ fours were, cosncined. Tlie price if other aiiaree, however, coc tinned to fall owing to rho rard attitude of ihe bank which are refusing aoraxamodatioua i flnras. Jt I huputwhle to borrow no toe here of business paiper at less than , IS or 12 per nL In view of (be evicti-- n ifelsnntiin- ion of ih govremneot to nrtwt sl- isiers throughout the couniry, the mnw leter of Juwlr has issued ci mills ra is courts and procurators of provinces potating out (bs nuridy for proaipt prellialnary investJipai Ions end trials In order not to Inflame public passion hat tbe reieiiiton in prison of agaJssi whom csres are not clear. A prlvaie li (re received here from Harbin, dated Novemhr 25, denies the reporm tif widieptisd rioting and mutiny and ah (turning of Harbin on November III, 16 and Ik. which mere' given In dlepefche from Tokio aul oilier placeti. Tb says there ia . nincli discontent in ihs aritiy on count of ilw- - universal detiro to refurn to Rusaa. and becaiiae of ihe appearance of a mutinous ipirli, and grum-hlinThere were many arrrer made was and a Jewiali d for spreading ihe propaganda, but ihe lei i or dues not mention dlv. ordnrw on s larg ai'sl". Rcpora of mutinies in regiments in various imi-rhowever. Aintiime to pour. j of Ruitsis. rus -- MARRIAGE BREAKING week and that he afieiwarde understood that llMhitck waa thsro simply that It might ba known Bweetsw would reoogniM hits aa Dodge. JUdgff Hell raid that he waa preaeat at a laier meeting and he did not al all resemble Hortiitrh fa appears. After (his leatimony the case was adjourned until nest Monday. a 1, lir g. sup-prei'- I I In ccasclcie-ly- . At lrkirsk prartlcaliy-- , entire gar .iron of a.osn and many for tin- immediate of the off:c. r convocation of a constitutional isseii. lily and h batrey stationed at, Rnrpu- khoff prerepted a sertew of political and military i!renauli. ih vo-i-- - REVOLUTIONISTS IN PULL TROL. CON- Dec. 17. The tekhl Kon'igbprg. East Prurvia. ihe revobtilonisls currerifondeni are "'tt full rtuurol of a1! of l'oiirlan.1 snd Livonia, and 'hat the neighlKvring government of Kovno Is also in a lilaze of rfdjcllifln. Armed bands, he Milan says, arc burring evreyhii? and Riga am in flames and Lilian is serlourly ihreaiened. The live of all (formans are in the great est danger. Everylhing is in an uproar fixon Krautiberj;. ou tlie Dun, to Kovno, snd rescue panic to save the German are Imperatively reeded. Two from ilie Baltic provinces, Biron v.Iio Korff and M. Von Rocep-bat'hwere about to fsk a train for Kovnu, wrec seized by Insurgents and Klnitu B riiii. geu'-lv-me-n , IS ANOTHER PERSON. gwr-etw- WiM-on.-b- New York. Dec. 16. Regarding ihe report that he was gifiug abroad to live, June Hum Hyde today suid un- ihst fhe sin iciuent was Rule Are Issues Before Country Camphrll-Baunariuawill Henry apeak at Albert hall, tendon, and Mr. Balfour at Lend. 1 (a expected Ilia 8eo-retar- Rigs, Russia, Wednesday. Dec. IS. vlaShip to Rsvalw by courier to 8t. Petersburg end thence by messenger to Eydtkuhnen, Ernst Prussia, Dec. 16. The streets are infested with Incendiaries, many wooden structures have burned. The revolutionary committee holds all main roads. Incoming provisions are destroyed, resulting in 'an enormous rise in the prices of food. A jnob has plundered and set fire to some of th Jewish houses in th Moscow suburbs of this city. Tbe Jews have organised armed patrols, each a hundred strong to guard the Jewish quarter at night. The electric works are being operated by the military. Twelve rioters were killed here t day. They were shot by the military guard at the water works. A mob of Lilhunlaua attempted to force the doom of tbe later works, whereupon the guard fired. The rest of th rio- ters i't 1 , d Durpar, Russia, undated, by way of Berlin, Dec. 16 Th plans for a revolution in th Baltic provinces, at net forth In resolutions adopted here, provide for the establishment of a demonstration which revolutionary of shall boyoott the representative tha preeent government, close the revodka shops, resist conscription, fuse quarters or subsistence to the troops and withdraw deposits from banka, and cease payments tn th crown, land owners and the church. It is also intended to arm and organise the people imo a militia to respond to the call for a general strike of the Russian proletariat, to compel tbs nontocaUon of a constituent assembly, the liberation of the marty rs of freedom, the immediate return of the Manchurian army and its disbandment, together with the army in European Russia, mid th distribution of (heir arms among the people. INCENDIARISM m. :. ihe aiibii. cm oi durlng ih- 196. ItJl vice Uuir. it would bu't cit aud pu.d u Intrigues May Cause His Dounlall Which Would Be Signal For Collapse of Russia's Credit. UP EXPRESS CONTRACTS i Court PRICE FIVE CENTS ONE KILLED LOST LOT ON the opinion of the attorney geueral a to the Jurisdiction as to the powri of the secretary to dismiss sumuiarnj Iwiihont court martial a from the naval academy, ha- obliged to defer until next week lit action on the art km of Rear Admits, I Sunday and Monday. GOVERNMENT CASES END OF SUNDAY Far n Helens. Muni, Dec. 16. Liter frntu Foisylhc. Montana, where John Hnmuiond. wanted in Albany, N : Y.. to snwer a charge of wife ni ne(ire. was reported io have been seen. another is that tbe gttsppcied man person. Hammond was !al hsard of iufor-instio- .in Mistiiia. .'