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The Omaha Sunday Bee
vol. xu-m 32.
OMAHA, SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 28, 1912 FIVE SFXHiOXS-TLTJBTY-SIX PAGES.
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DIVIDE ON PROBE
OF HONEY TRUST
Chairman Scary of House Kales
Committee Asserts Proposed In
Testation is Im per tire.
UKDEBWOOD OPPOSES IS&UIBY
Serious Party Fight in Prospect
Under Texan's leadership.
. UNDBOBQ EESOLUTIOH'S FATHER
! Opponents Tear to Arouse Popular
Unrest by Action.
jWALL ST. USANCE INVOLVED
'Considered Duty of Party to Bring-
Out Secrets. ,. .
jjjixLETOH WOULD ADMIT ISSUE
! iMiwnMlTI Aeserts It Wew.14
tm Ml Abeat eesrl Lea
Ll.tles to Stessswy Bvll tk
I WAJBUNGTON. Jan. ST. Inquiry Into
, tit "money trust" has beoom on of
' th most Important problem befora th
I democrats o( the boat of representatives
and wltli difference of opinion xlt-
Int among them as to th wisdom ot
such ma investigation as provided In th
resolution ot IrtpressntaUv Llndborg of
. Mlnnajutl RannaaenUUlVO HWiry Of
I Texas, chilrnu of th nil eommltte.
today took to poeltlve stand that ths
' Inquiry was imperative.
In t utment urging his colleagues to
I vote with bim to "turn on fhs light"
Chairman Henry assumed tonderslup of
,'wbat may develop Into a rtou party
' fight befor th quenlon, I settled. It
1 known that Kepresentatlve Under
wood, th majority leader and otbr art
opposed to saddling any mor lnvsstlgat
Ins committee upon congress at this
time, but whether prtvr In thla ln
atanc will b stroug nou(h to convince
thm that It I th duty of tb party to
dehrs I no ths' secrets-ot Wall (tn ft
naae remain to b seen. -
1 I probabl th matter will not be
settled anttl th bora democrat bar
font ht out th laeu In conference.
' Fpeexer Cars, Mr. Underwood and
other today declined to dismiss th stats
inent laaiied by liepreeentatlT Henry In
which h poeltlrely declared that the
party oould a at deellae to proeecut tb
-' pmeeeed Investlgstion. '
Representative Martin W. Littleton,
'though not a member of tbe rule com
mute which I considering th resolu
tion, sxpreased opoaltloa to th Inquiry
after a eonferanoe with som of hla dam
"I am oppoaed to tb Inquiry auch a
J proposed by air. Henry.' Mr. Littleton
aald. "If thla plan were followed a panic
might ensue. Why would It not be better
to admit that there I a money trutt. If
auch xlita and then net about securing
legislation to remedy th Tll. What good
I to be acompliehed by an In veetl ra
tion baaed on tbe met claim of eome man
that tber 1 aurb a trust. An Inquiry
auch aa la propoaed certainly will create
unrett among th people."
YANKTON C0UN1Y OFFICIAL
DISAPPEARS FROM HIS HOME
TANKTON. 8. D-, Jan. ST.-Mystery
surrounds tb diaappearanc of Thomss
Edwards, county commissioner of Tank
ton county and for many year a promi
nent oltlien of Yankton, Edwards baa
not been seen alnc laat Sunday. Ills
friend ar greatly alarmed, fearing that
he may have loat hla reaaoa and la wan
dering over th country. No good
reaaoa for bl sudden ale Mi race baa
been discovered. Meaasges are being
aent to alt part of thla and aurroundlng
states la aa ffort to locat th aslaalng
Coming and Going in Omaha
M.W.A; RATES TO
Special Head Camp in Chicago Ap
proves Scale Proposed by State
PBOPOSmON HAS BIO MAJORITY
Rate - sUUmmS treat Fifty t Oae
Haadred Per Cent ad Twelv
Assesesseate Am t Be
Made Each Year.
CHICAGO, Jan. r.-Tb propoajtloa for
tba revision upward of th Insurance
rate In Modern Woodmen of America.
waa adopted at th convention by a rote
at M (or higher rate agalnat W7 p-
posing th proposition.
Th meaaur was propoaed by th rat
commute and la that which waa being
urged for adoption by fraternal Insurance
societies by tba lnsuraaoe department of
Tb plan taoreaaes tb rat of Insurance
la tb order from Sf to MO per cent and
provide for twclva aasanments each
year, while member of tb Order bar
heretofore contributed from Bin to eleven
asaeeemeota yearly. ....
Th Nebraska dlegatloa Toted. Vf tot
and SI against tb I apart. Tb oonvwnrjon
wtU adjourn at I o'clock this evening.
Prof. Nathan Bcrnateln. x-ooosu! of
Camp IX. when told ot th action aald that
he thought It was a very unwla move, as
th sentiment of the camps ot Douglas
county seems to b overwhelmingly op
poaed to this, action. Ther . -ere all In
favor ot soma advance In rate, but not
In favor ot such a radical Increase which
will bar th effect ot freetlng out many
of the elder members.
It see ma to b a breach of faltb an th
part of the leaders," said Mr. Bernstein,
"because each present member was as
sured there would b no chance la rata
while he was a member."
The National Capital
Satardayjaaaary ST, ISIS.
. The Senate.
Not In session; meets I p. o. Monday.
Met at noon.
Consideration continued en tteel bill.
Chairmen Henrv of the ruire committee
declared for a sane aud uneen'atlonai
InvasiiKatlon of the money trust."
Judlclarr oommlttrS derided not to halt
anti-trust legislation probe because of
Kueuel Uomaers befnr education and
labor oommlttee scored manufacturers for
opposing tb eight-hour day.
GOLD MINING BUBBLE
IN MANITOBA BURSTS
WlNNIpfco; Man.. Jan. 17 -Th gold
mining babble at MMtonaa, Man. which
has been oxdtlng th people ot tbe coun
try for the last two wseks, burst last
night, when California and Tukon mining
expert, at a mass meeting of prospec
tors, sfter having spent the day in exam
ining simple, aanonaeed they were un
able to And trace ot gold making It
worth wbll to develop. Eight thousand
claims have been staked out.
For Nfrbnitrs, Bnow; not rnoch ehAfe
JFriowgar taiiowi colder tn stnthMart
Temiwrat t Cttuilia Yei(cr(lar.
a. m ,
to Show Different
Prices for Beef
CuiuAGO. Jan. .-Croa-eiaml nation
of telner G. Langtior, margin clerk for
tba KaUonal Packing company, by At
torney Joba Barton Pays to abow tb
varying margins and selling prions af
shipments ot beef from tb asm plant
sold la different cities was continued -n
th packers' trial today.
The witness read lists of shipments
showing ths weights, margins and selling
prices of beef sent from Chicago, 8C
Joseph, Mo.; Kansas City and Omaha
plant of ths National Packing company
to eastern cities.
Ths period covered was from 1907 to
me and the prices ranged from I to Mi
cents a pound. Several Instances referred
to where that was a difference of mor
than a cent a pound In th price of
dressed meats sold in aa eastern city tb
earn day. ;
By these comparisons th defense en
deavored to refute the eharg of th
government that th test cost and mar
gin system used by ths alleged packers'
combination was uniform and played aa
Important part, In fixing tb selling pries
ot freeh beef.
Th witness produced tb "red books"
la which tb average salss and margins
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S a, m.....
4 p. aa.....
5 p. m
7 a. at.....
Highest yesterday Si
lowest jesterlay !
Mean temperature 15 2
Freupttation . T
NAMED IN MILWAUKEE
MILWAUKEE. Jan. S7.-DT.O. A. faad
ing (rea.), Joseph P. Carney and Louis M.
Koteokl tdema-), cboaesi by republican
and democraUc committees as soalltlon
primary candidates for mayor, treasurer
anr comptroller, respectively, at tb com
ing primary, today signed aa agreement
pledging themselves to disregard party
politics of any kind tn ths administration
of public bualaesa, if elected.
The tare candidate. If nominated. wHl
remain on th democratic eJcket. being
opposed only by tb social democratic
leniier..ture and precipitation depar-
i turs from nrrmai:
' Deficiency for the oar
Total excess sines sierra 1
rfic.cncy for the tay ,
Twaj rainfall nce i ar-r 1..
T.ftflicBCT sine) March 1
peficieuey for oor per"4 M;,.a l teche
xceee for cor. penod. iw.. . aMiaoba
X jsaicatas rrace oc pr-iis aiioo.
a A. WAiuus. socai wraaatsa,
-u: me ,
. .ft Inch
BEGIN WAR ON HARCOURT
LONDON. Jan. r.-LcwU Rareoaff
II f is to b mad miserable If th suf
fragette can do anything to make H so.
In reply to a deputation Mr. Barcoort.
who I secretary of stats far tbe cotrale.
reiterated his opposition to woman's suf
frag, and th bead ot tb deputatloa de
clared that tb wen lea ef Oreat Britain
would do all la their power for his dis
comfort. HI bread, ate said, wsa but
tered and be had no sympathy for work
GOVERNOR TAKES TRIP EAST
Will Make Speeches in Ivsnsville
WILL ALSO TALKlAT CINCINNATI
Iavltatiea Addreae Ohio Ima-a
Aeeepted y Staecatte of
kraaka rillaga tor 11-
(From a SHatt CTspondent "' J,
LINCOLN. Jan. ST.-JpeoUJ Telegram.)
-Governor Aldrlch toft this afternoon to
make a abort visit to bis mother a Ohio.
Ho will stop ovr Bund In EvansvUla
Ind.. to visit friends and deliver, aa ad
dress' to th Young Man's Chrlstlaa as
sociation and from there goes to Dayton.
O.. to vlalt a former classmsta and will
also deliver an address before tb Toung
Men's Christian association. From there
he goes to his mother's bom at Con
neaut and will return th latter part of
th week, lie will later mak a flying
trip to Cincinnati to deliver aa address.
having received aa Invitation to addreae
th Progressive Republican league of Cin
cinnati. O.. and has aotsptsd. Tb date
of ths address la Settarday, Itaruary 1A
The t el agraphia la vita Hon was signed by
P. A UlroaalL Th governor announce
that bl topio will be Th Republican
ism of Abraham Lincoln, and th Appli
cation ot Ills Principles to Present Day
Conditions." ,- Tb govamor doss not In
dicate that bis address will, bs pointed
toward any particular Individual, but In
dicatod It wouid be thoroughly progressive.
J. IL Buhrman of Howard county, a
member of the last leglslatar. sent In
a filing today asking that hla nam be
put ob th ballot as a democratic candi
date for the aenats from the Seventeenth
district As tbs Seventeenth district Is
composed of the counties of York and
Hamilton, of wblcb Buhrman is not
resident, tbs filing was sent back for
correction. Buhrman' a old district
ths Seventeenth, but Howard county, un
der the now apportionment, I tn th
Eighteenth district, which hr composed
o Hall, Howard and Greeley counties.
C, F. Beushausen of Loup City baa
filed as a democratic candidal tor pres
idential elector from th Sixth district.
TEDDY COULD WIN
Governor Says Ex-President Would
Carry Kichigu by Big
BELIE YES COLONEL WILL YIELD
r eraser Exeeellve, He Thinks, Will
B a Caaildat If Peopl
srf th Caaalry De
CHICAGO, Jan. X7.-"lf Roosevelt to
nominated h should carry Michigan by
at least lOO.OCO votes." said Oovsmor
Osbora at th Rooeevslt national hssd-
quarters here today.
Th governor said he believed Roose
velt would b a candidate If ths people
of ths country demanded It
Asked if ha thought either President
Taft or Senator La Fotlett would accept
bis suggestion that they rstlr hi favor
of Roosevelt, th governor said:
if Roosevelt Is a candidate, yesi but
they probably will not rstlr voluntarily.
With RoeeveJt 4a th field tKuy prob
ably woald rstlr during tb - oravvnttOD
tor be would bs aorninatea." tv
Oovsraor Osbora suggasud to tbs eonv
KORRIS FORJEHATOR OEY
Fifth. District Congressman Declines
to Bun for Delegate.
SEKDS LETTER TO 7. 0. YEE5EB
Seaator Brsea ttetarae t Waehlaa
toa froaa ladlaaaswlls with SCa
coaiwalag Reports for th
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
WASHINOTON. Jan. 7.-Speclal Tele
gram.) Ths attention of Representative
Nortls was called today to a recent sug
gestion mads la Nebraska that he b a
candidal for delegat to th national re
Mr. Norrl said b would not be a
candidate, and added: "Early In th
campaign It was suggested by a number
of La Fotlett republicans In Nebrsaka
that I should bo a candidate for dels-gate-at-larg,
but I declined to permit th
uss of my asm, for the reason that I
think this honor ought to go. to som on
else. . '
Blng a candldats for senator mysslf
I do not feel that I should ask for any
thing further at th band of Nebraska
republican. I thought 'the and think'
now that it would be out of place tor me
to ask anything mora, and t will not be
a candidate for delegate I have received
mlttee that a meeting sf ths fMnnlttaJ letter today from John a Teller f
Adrift Five Days Are
MANILA. Jan. 17.-Terribl hardship
were suffered by two school teat. bars.
Arthur Toung and his wife of ths town
of Massin. Island of Leyte, wall oa a
visit ot Inspection of tbs schools of ths
district accompanied by their S-yesr-oid
They started out from Msaain on a
gasoline launch. It sooa became anmaa-
ageabl. A there were no oars in th
been ts could not reach tb shore and
tb little craft was driven out to sea.
For Ova day and nights they floated
without food or water and were almost
In dcspslr when they were cast upon ths
heart of Slquejor Island, V mile dis
When they landed Sir. and Mrs, Toung
were both fearfully emaciated and suf.
ferlng. but tbs child was ault welL All
probably will recover.
MAN OFFERS TO TAKE
BROTHER'S PLACE IN JAIL
DENVER, Jan. ST. -Golaeppt Ponds. XI
years old. pleaded today with. Constabi
J. 8. Rupp to allow bim to take th plae
of hla brother who i hi Jail awaiting
mat charged with stealing a door sill
from a freight car. ;
'My brother baa a family to support."
he said, "and I bafe no on depending
upon me. He ha a Job and can car for
his wife and two children, wbll I have
Justice Merrl. on hearing of tbs etr-
comstancr ordered the cnnatabl ts look
Into tbe condition of th prisoner's family
with a view of paroling tb man should he
bs found guilty.
bs held here on February v-o determtas
whether th people really desjr Roose
velt for a, oandldata. Ha said that th
sentiment . could bs determined by that
Urns and if It war not favorable It would
be useless to continue th work. A moat
ing waa called for lata today to act ea
President Miller of
NEW YORK. Jan. H. "Ther Is
prospect of Improvement la general sob-
dltlona," said Roswell Miller, chairman
of tb board of director of th Chicago
Mllwauks and Ht. Paul rrUroad, tn a
statement Issued today., Mr. Miller's state
ment wag an explanation at th reduc
tion of th St Paul's dividend rsts from
T to I per cent announced on Thursday.
His statement follows:
'Tbs cut In ths dividend waa mad ao
eeeary by th reduction of set earnings
which waa caused by th tailor of crops
la th Dakota aad Minnesota and by th
depressed aondftlosi at gwasral business
which seems to furrsh a Immediate pros
pect of improvement.
"Wo can hops for as better sarnincs
from crops during ths next fletal year.
but there la aa prospect of Improvement
In general conditions and bl addition to
ths decreased volutins of merchandise and
mafacturas, there im tb continued re
ductions of rats and tb high cost of
Mr. Miller's statement was th signal
for aa outburst of selling of railroad
stocks an th stook exchange and th
market broke badly. Lessee of th lead
ing railroad stacks In asms cases were
Mjssouri Woman is
LEBANON, Mo, Jan. S7.-Mrs. Nancy
Hays Williams at this otty was today
appointed sheriff of Laclede county by
th county court to serve antll a special
lection oa February 17. whsa a successor
to her husband, Sheriff J. W. Williams,
who died hut week will bs eleoted, Mrs
Williams - ts believed to be th only
womaa shariff la Missouri. She entered
upon bar dvrjaa at case.
CHARLES W.MORSE TAKEN
.; TO HOTEL IN ATLANTA
ATLANTA. Ga.. Jaa. r.-Charle W.
Moras, tb New York banker whose
prison asntenc was recently commuted
by President Taft. left tb army hospital
at Port McPhersoa today. He was
brought to a local hospital where a win
star antll bs k eble ts bs moved, prob
ably ts assaa PSorlda resort.
Moras waa aaoempesued by Mrs. Mara
sad his stater. Miss Isanls Mara. Hs
waa conveyed from the military reserva
tion la aa ambulance. His physicians
thought th removal frem tb hospital
where be spent so long a tlm after his
transfer from ths federal penitentiary
would sid his Improvement.
It wss tbs first tlm In. mor than two
year Mors escaped ths eye of govern
ment officials. Most of that time be
t In tba psnltaatlary. About two
month ago be was taken to tbs mili
tary hospttal. Rao his
tb bospttaj toa Bl b as aseved. sooord
bsg I sua atootsra,
Omaha suggesting' that I run for dele
gate. I have written him fklly explain
ing my reasons for declining and he Is
at liberty ts publish th letter."
lleveHd Oat at' Taraaell.
Senator Brown returned this morning
from Indianapolis, where he addressed
600 republican editors at their annual
banquet. 'i had a,dellgbtful tlm," aald
tb senator, "and on ot my greatest
pleasure was renewing my friendship
with former , Senator Bsvsrldgs as his
guest - Tbs senator Is busy with bis
books and his writing and declares bs
was never mor happy than at present
out of tbe turmoil at politics."
Questioned as to Taft sentiment In In
diana, Senator Browa said that Tart wss
certainly ths favorite, so far as th per
sons h addressed were conoerned. Th
best proof of that Is tbs fact that thay
endorsed him tb nut dy, declared ths
Wlaaebaa Trast Pea.
Representative Stephens today Intro
duced a bill to enable th secretary of
the Interior to pay to the Winnebago's
their trust fund, amounting to tBSl,MS. la
ths event of lu pa as ass, tb money would
b apportioned among Sew Indians, half
la Nebraska and ths other half to Wis
consin. Ths Nebraska hair would receive
Urge payments, however, because put
of the share ot th Wisconsin tribes has
already been paid fat the shaps of an
nuities. Th bill goe to th Indian, af
fairs committee, of whkh Mr. Stephens
to a member.
Th house yesterday passed a coupls
of pension bills introduced by Represent-
tlv LobKk for th benefit of Loulaa M.
Col and Mary N. Mott. both of Omaha
at ths rats of t per month each.
Joba Clark, formerly ot Omaha, bow
of New York, a son of Henry T. Clarke,
to paying; a visit to Washington, aad
touched with Congressman Lobeck today.
Bishop of Cheyenne Will Sot Soon
Be Invested with His
ABSENCE FE0M CITY TEE CAUSE
Data at Important t bereb
menial tw Deteraslaed by th
Retara at th Prrlat
Frank Eyan Ejects
Detective from His
. Office After Fight
INDIAN. APO LIB, Jan. z7.-Aftr
rbater. a detective for th national Erec
tors' association, had boss ejected trass
tba beadqoartere ef tb International
Association of Bridge sad Structural Iro
Worker today, Frank M. Ryan, president
of th iron workers, declared roster had
struck him with th butt of a revolver.
Foster admtttod bs wss armed.
Foster said ha went t Ryan's offic to
ask him If he had any Informal! in rr gar-d
ing a rumor that KM bad been set upon
th head of Walter Drew, counsel for
tb erectors' association, and that "a
slugger" from Chicago wsa seeking Draw.
Ryaa tried to put m out sad I re
sisted,' said Paster. "I carried a reeotvsr
aad sheered it, but will not say I strask
Ryaa aald be had refused t balk with
Fester and had ordered him out of bis
office. When be refused to so, Ryaa said,,
ha put hha out
UNITED MINE WORKERS
EXCLUDE BOY SCOUTS
I.VDIAN'APOIJS. Jan. 27-The United
Mine Worker convention adopted an
amendment to th constitution providing
no on connected with th Boy
Scouts movement shall bs Ptrmrttetl to bo
a aaaabar of the union, Tbs section re
fusing membership to persons connected
with tba ereta federaOoa was saw adopted
sad, with J8Us ejppoeitloa.
Blshoo Richard Srannell will. It to
understood, leavs Wednesday of this week
for California, to spend some tlm la the
milder elunat to recover hla strength.
On account of bis advanced age, confined
and studious Ufa, tbs bishop has felt quits
severely th shock resulting from th fall
bs suffered In his residence lately.
Th length of tlm that Bishop soannell
la to b absent Is likely to hava eoaaUsr-
able taflueae la determining th data for
ths con eeora tlon of Blshop-eieot P,
VJcOorero. Th pastor at St Peter's la
sow bi Chicago, where he want from
Colfax spring. la, ' lie went to Colfax
attar the Installation ot ArckWrhe. Ksaoe
at Dubuque, which he attended, tor a
brief period of recuperation.
la the consecration f Bishop McOevwrn
Omaha will probably witness oa sf tba
most ImpTssarvs religious csiwmiala Seer
held her.. Th ceremony of old was went
to be carried out in the see city of th
new prelate, but la th wast this to rarely
th case. It require from four to tlv
hour to all Its details. St John's ohuroh
is not unlikely to be th scene of ths
consecration, since St Pster'a would hot
begin to accommodate those wbo will
want to witness the elevation to the
eplitoopal dignity of so well loved a prleat
ss Father MoOorern. Further, the aa.
tuary at St Peter's would bav ta be
greatly enlarged to admit ef proper set
ting for tbs ceremony,
aboa free Hesse.
The-bait nominating rather MoOovern
as bishop of th dloooee of Cheyenne la
expected to arrtv tram Rom within the
next month. From Rome also will earns
ths new bishop' robes, all the details
In ths BHarnal City being arranged by
th agent of the Omaha diocese at ths
Vatican. Tbs United States, having been
removed from th list of missionary
countries, is sow under tbe canon law.
which will govern all th steps In ths
coneooratiou of th new bishop.
Bishop SeanneU baa already presented
to Father MoOovara the episcopal ring ef
the lata Bishop O'Connor. .The crosier,
miter, pectoral cross aad chain will bs
seeured la thl country, and Father Mo
Oovern may eel set tbsss while h Is in
Omaha I'seple latawated.
Omalia CathobV. ar giving evidence of
a very deep lntrest In ths preferment
given this tint son of the city to the
episcopal offlo. Father McOovwa'
perish loners bav already contributed In
most generous fashion to a Uasliimiilai
food tor their pastor, which to expected
to reach vary substantial proportions be-
for th time comes to present it A com
mittee of laymen to alas planning a public
reception to b held oa asm date Im
mediately following tbe consecration.
Still a third group, oomposed of tb old
parishioners of Father Met lover at St.
PbUomena's, baa under way a movement
to honor him In a fitting manner. All of
thsss win go oa with their plans without
'slay, hut antll the date of consecration
becomes known, probably contingent oa
the return of Blahop Scannell, no definite
dales can b t
MOST BE VACANT !
President Son Tat Sen Sends Ulti
matum to Imperial Princes
ATTACK IS TEE ALTEMATIY2
Army of Hundred Thousand Ken is
Headed Toward Peking-,
HALF MILLION UOBE IX SIGHT
These Can Beach Capital Within
BOMB CAMPAIGN IS STARTED
Attempt Made to EDI Imperial Oenv
erals in Peking- and Tien Tiin,
EEPUBLICAKS TALK WITH THAN
Rwvwlattoaary Agents Sap Sfaap j
at Maaeha Ministry
Express Repsbllcaa tea.
ttsaeats., IT! '
GOMPERS PLEADS f OR
EIGHT-HOUR WORK DAY
WASHINGTON, Jan, tT.-Preeldent
Gompers ot th American Federation of
Labor, before th senat committee on
education and labor, today attacked
manufacturers In general because of their
opposition to tb eeubllahment of an
eight-hour work day. Mr. Gompers de
clared nothing would give greater Im-
petu to Industry and to tba expansion
of trad than the eight-hoar day.
GENERAL GORDON TO
BARRY MRS. FLEMING
NEW TORS; Jan. 17. Brigadier Gen
eral David Stuart Gordon, U. S. A, re
tired, of Washington. D. C, secured a
license to wed Mrs. Bell Vedder Fleming.
als of Washington.
General Gordon to "9 years of ags and
Mrs. Fleming to Si years younger.
6AN FRANCISCO, Jan. 17. President
Sua Tet Sen of th provisional Chines
republlo baa Issued an ultimatum do-;
olertng ths Hanchu throne must be ab- i
dlcated by S o'clock ea the morning ef I
January St. th date sat tor th ending i
of th armliUc between ths government 1
and the republican or aa attack will j
be mad en th capital. This InfbrmaUoe I
naohed her today ta a cablegram to
the Chines Dally Pro Press. j
Aa army of . men to headed toward j
Peking, according to th eab let-ram,
which further declares that wtthla thirty. I
days SOMW revolutionary troop win be
marching agalnat that otty.
Ths Imperial general. Tub Km Sul, has
forsaken ths Maaohu cause, says th die- J
patch, with his army of lu,x) men aad
joined th revolutionist army at Boas'
Kan, In ths pro vino of Hupah.
A cablegram received by th Chuna
Tat Pa, a Chinas daily paper published
bora, says Chsa Quins Ming baa been
urged by President Sua Tat Sea to oon
tlnu In fflc as viceroy ot ths province
of Canton, il reslgnsd sevsrel weeks sga
to toad aa army against Peking. Chan
ta ,seld hava decided te again assume
thj,tfloi of viceroy. -
' Stoma Taswevw. at aw a sears, " f
PI SI Nil, Jaa. g?.-Oensrat Liang PI,
a Ugh Mancha off Ids ind former oom-j
maadsjn et the Imperial guards, era In-.
Jured, psrhsps fatally today by a bomb
thrown by an unidentified Chiasms a to
military aalferm. Tbs man burton the
bomb from the side of the road aa LI sag j
Pi wss alighting from his carriage to
enter hla noma Both ot th general' ( ,
legs were broken as 1 torn and the lav- ,
mediate amputation of one limb was no (
Th assailant was himself InaUstlj ,
killed by th explosion. ,
General Lisas PI was a strong rose-1
tionary and had been suspected at Impll
satlon la tb recent assassination of.
General Ma La Chang.
Th agents ef ths revolutionary party!
In thla city recentylylnUmated that a dy-,
namlt campaign waa not Improbable In '
tb near future. Tstsrdsys and today's
affairs may bs the beginning of a series I
ot similar orlme. It to evidently ths ta-.
tentloa ot the dynamiters to pick out
ths prominent officials and military offl-,
oers opposed to th republican movement. I
mewabUeaae See Yea. - ,
Ths republican agents who da not at.
tempt to keep the nature of their mis-
el oa la Peking secret, declare that fight-
Ing will not be resumed Immediately, al-i
though Isolated conflict may oeearv , ,
They eommuojoat openly with tba
taft et Premier Yuan Shal Kai, maay
of th members of which have expressed
On of the revolutionary agents her i
make th assertion that hs hsa bees
noslved by Premier Tuan Shal Kai. wb '
mod him ths promise to release a num
ber of suspected dynamiters wb hsr.
been imprisoned recently.
Stemb Thravta at Ttem Tsta.
TB1KN TSIN, China, Jan. 37. Aa at.
tempt was mads this morning to lass art I
nate Brigadier General Chang lluai Cbiht
at ths railroad station bar. Tb feosrat
waa act Injured,
Th would-be assassin, who Is a yonng'
Chinaman, apparently arrived on th sun.
trala aa Chang Hual Cbib. from Peking.
Tb general on' leaving th trala pro-.!
caedbd to bi brougham, which waa wait
ing. Th assassin followed him andl
throw two bombs, which wracked th oar.j
riage. i i
Th assailant fled but waa quickly sur ,
rounded by soldier and polio. II kept I
hi pursuer at bay for som Has with
his revolver,. but wss finally overcome.
'Chans Hosi Chlh, who Is well known.
hers, baa bean largely responsible for)
preventing ths population of Tslea Tela
from going ever to th revolutionaries. '
Premier Taaa Shi Kai made another,
effort today to overcome ths deadlock)
and as a result ot aa Interview with th ,
empress dowager at tbe palace It to
lleved an early abdication ot th throw,
Is again undr considratian.
Japa far Satearrtty ef Stmptees,
TOJUO. Jan. 17. Japan Intends to ad-'
her ta th principles of the integrity of!
the Chine empire. Be much waa gath
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