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BOILS WITH ANGER
Russia On In of New Revolt.
tONSTITUTIOX IS A HIRE FARCE
Opposition to DiOlirri it United by
Difirivatio" o' Liberty -- Mia
DfcAD rXCEED 1.000.
t i-A.ulit frau nm. I.
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1 f. mi H'irorititnia.
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' f Alithkn, will prolnilily In.
' ' ? II.h SiMiiitn liffnm ImiK in
tlm tl'pOlt ihh.Ih ill liiH Ih
! v tli J ml iriury Cuininil Ifn.
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" I vvitli Nclxiiii in njipiiNition,
k, of Wyoming, ForiikiT,
'1, 1'illllTHoli Hint fllllu'rHon
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y HHrmd on (he Alankn Pi-I-I.
flil.Htitiiting tin CiihIiiiiiui
: it jutHHiil hy iIih Si'iiHti", willi
( t liHiitfo from ti n iriglnal.
Vuhy Hermann Cats Again.
': '"n. April i.' I Owing to the
I A. H. Wortlilnut
f 'i JInrmann'B onto waa not
f ' in the Hnpr.ine Court of the
'' l ColumtiU Monday, and no
pss wade on the quentlon
j1 t tlm trial ahall he postponwl
F. J. Ifeney returns to WaHhlng
It I leJIeved the i-oitrt will evtm
y ( ii'vr a poHlpoimintint until the
1 ". Thii will he eatlBfai'tor to
Wnnliingloii, A in i I "I. (it'iifral
i.r.'.-ly, iiiriiiniiial.it at Sun I ihim im i),
Iii t.-l.-ii'iil'lifl t ln War I '-pari ui.iil
iiial within a wi'k or It n iIhvr, w ln-n
In- inilili.i iliall Iiiim' li.-.'ti witliil'iiwii,
jr i .Ifiir.-.l l y t i.ivi-Miiir I'm r. lt-. Mity
or S. limit Hi', I ll f in 1 1 il in in.'ii I li.'in
"i'Ivib, tlif fitrco f n-f'ilnrR iiiiict It"
Urtff'v li'inforif , tn pii'K.'tW' oi.l.-r Mild
uif. k"iitr l pulilii- iiilrri-ata.
llf ruivR tluit liiinorrow ft. (inn ri'guUrn
would not l' an ficfHRive iiiiiiiIht. llf
liflitiv.'R that l ull (hat miiiilicr from
iiulriitli hia mililary diviHimi i-oiiltl do
tlm work. Tln'" rIiomIiI tin largely
ravalry, owing to n lark of trniiRporla
tinn fitriliticM. I'lifrii art '.'.film rt-gu-Ura
now at Hitu Kram irini.
Washington, April l!l. l'ri'aidi'nt
K.mh... v.'ll Into tonight nigiii"! tlm joint
ri'M.itiit lull of Congri'MH appropriating
ll.fitMl uilO u.l.lil inniil for tlio relief of
San iTHiirlm-o aiifTeri-rn.
Take All Thnt'i OHered.
New Yoik, Apiil " I (iaylortl Wil
ehirn, chairman of tlm piidlii-ity com
milti'iiiif tlm California Kelief A in la
li. hi of t li in rilv, tiiilav riiid: "Vn
would kindly link tht general trado un
intiH and I'M".!. lent Ko'mevel t to refrain
fioni interfering with any iniin, who
ever ho may lm or w herever Im in, w ho
w inlu-H to t'xteiid UM ty in f 'ii 1 1 1 y or pieu
niarv aid. I may nay that at a iiiumh
meeting of ('iklifurniiiii-4, held at the
C.mino Tlieater Hulurday aflnrnoon, a
reMolutioil wim tinaiiiinntiHly adopted
giving voice to tlm ahove eentimenl"
Seattle Transport Headquarters.
Wellington, April 2S. For the time
helng it is prohahle that Heattle may
he made, trannport headnurtrterB on the
raeilio Coant until the docks and ware
hoiistis at Kan Francim-o can he retmilt.
All the stores on hand at Han Francisco
hare heen dentroyd and there are no
facilities (or handling troops or sup
plies. The trannport Hherman, now on
the way from Honolulu, will be sent to
Seattle upon arrival at the Golden
a .'jmall Proportion Has Open
l.lnntifipij, Saya Coroner.
-an Iranrii..,, ,,f 5.CJroriPr
V illiRiii nl. I, i-Rtunatf that tlm total
ihiihUt of I.r.I i , not Ii-dr than
l,)mi. Hia r.,),rta ar completf. Mild
Mr efimate i. ma.tf tip from all the
ilala Im I.rr l,...., mI.Ih to col lift. Coro-
ii-r U hUIi ph i I
. I r I . . , . . t .
ii.iit-R ii, mi llm deputy cfT'iimm
l av.- f..tin. an, huried iminhi-r .'KIO. an
f..i I.. p
i I o , a ami !ay atrw t. 'v- at
rortii, ,,(f), f.j'iaif, L.!; at Waahing
I 'ii 1'iarn, 12; at Urn Sn-Mlle houae,
"ml; lit l.aur.l Mill, 2t; r altered ir.
lifter -nl pail of the city, 10.
.No thorough p.-an h ,nn iMt-n made
o' tlm ,l;tn) t poutli of Maiket Ptrit-t or
il,f Chin. .juarier. Many livt-a inntl
l,an I..1M ,,at in hi-,e Pii tloliR.
..k..ll I 1. .. ..
- iii n in MHrini r-ir.fi were tlm
Leap hxlgiiig hoiiRi-R, and many of
tl.i-. ...llaM-d from the eartlnjuake.
There ir little chance that half of the
inrtialtM i.f tlm collappe.1 huildinga had
opix.rtiinity t eaape. Tl in is alno
imp of Chinatown.
"shortly after the nartlicjnake, sol
diera an. I M,lice, a.i I have h-en told,
hurie.l IhhIipr f., iiml along the water
front. 1 have received no ollu ial re
jirt .f l Ii.'np.
"Tlm total iiumlr of dead will tin
.loulite.lly reach, if it does not ricet.,
LAY TRACK TO HAUL DEBRIS.
Southern Pacific Offers Valuable Aid
in Cleanup, Ruins.
Siin I im . ;m'ii, Aptil '.'." 'Aiawi-l-ft.'iif
rt l ef to the oil. i i:iU ai;, I ciii:in
of Sin I- r iiii'-ixi-.i, who have Viok.-d up
on llie ritii'M i f Iii" cilv ifinl upon the
!i,o,'.b'ti,mh pil -H i I I . r 1 1 kn and atone and
I 'Ai M' .l iron tlmt Here once their hom.'H
and pl.ic.-H ol l.'i-iii. "s i the aniii'iince
in. 'lit tluil the S intlu rn I'ai'ilii' railroad
will aid in any way In the work of
cli'iiril-g a iiv the del.ri. The rail
ro.ul ottii'iala a'e n- idy to huild a IY.it k
through tli heart of tie dcviinl nted
cilv, from llarrixon flreet to the hay,
and to run I heir ll.ilcart in for the
wi.ckiife that inii'-t he removed hefore
new huildingi arne and normal condi
lionRian he relored. Ill thi great
work Let ween :i,0i) and 4,000 men will
he employed. Tlm railroad will carry
tlm dehria wherever the authorilieo
want it taken, ami hy no doing will
make poHnhle tlm x'r foniiance of the
enornioii-.il ta k .
It in paid that an application will he
made immediately to the upcrvimr nf
San Franci ci) for a franchipw for this
apurtraik. The route i not known,
hut Urn rail" will perhaps he laid along
the linen of leant reaiatance.
H. l'l'teral'iirk. April 20. The polit
leal aituatiofi hat grown threatening
The publication yenierday of the new
oralt of Ifm iDiniameniai uw or
"coiMtiluti'i" of I'.URRia ha aroun.-l a
alorm of iollK''a''on, and amidnt the
reaent great diatrtiRt of the govern
mi-nt'a motives has fnrriiihc I jtipt the
atimnl ir r.eede.1 to aolidify the entire
opponil j,T in r.ir liameiit. The ICe.li
iiinintu thfK with the real nation of tlm
new Ktiey-'A loan, and under the falie
oiiviclliW tfiat tlm revolution is sup.
prcpned, the goveriiment has not hesi
tated s'n t' show the cloven U'fii,
not nvti manking ita intention to dis
'ilvn Parliament, if it is found to he
M. Hrlaiichaiiinoff, in the Hovo, rallt
the draft of the "fundamental Uw"
"mockery" which will he reented hy
every liofn-Ht man, he he a memlx-r of
the "Mack Hundred" or a Social
Kev.'iiiuonini, a, Ming u.at "sucii a
miitore of lies and fnlae I gir on the
eve of t he ana.-iohling of the real mas
ters of the country iai only tend to
punh tlm roplo to a freh revolution
w ilh itR attending conllicts and anar
chy. The eiinting regime seems faUd
to go dow n in hhol."
The really dangerous el m -nt in the
eit nation, however, is not in the atti
tude of the J.ilicrall hut in the poesi
hility of another upheaval f rr m la-low
tt the very moment when the intellect-
nal foic.-s of the countrv have heen
nnittd. For some time the Social
Jieniocrats and other proletariat orga
nidation have heen trying to arrange a
general upriping to coincide with the
convocation of I'arl iarnent, hut sppa
rently they were making no headway
.Now, however, a great movement
among the idl workmen of the capital.
w no numher 42,000, has come to the
surface, and thero is more than a sun
jMHiition that this movement is simply
the covi r for a real tiprining which is
teing orgauizeil behind it.
Meetings of men out of work held in
the etihurhs during the list few aiithta
were attended hy orators of the Social
I'emorratic party. A council of men
out of work has alo sprung into exist
ence lke ti e lamous Workmen's Coun
cil which directed the big strike of last
fall. Proclamations have lieen Usued
calling upon all workmen to support
the men out of work, who demand that
the city within a week shall put them
to work upon the conetruction of new
ntr.t't railroads and bridges, for which
11,000,000 ban It-en appropriated.
ARMY IN CHARGE.
San Francisco's Hungry Being Fed by
Sun Francin.M, April 20. I radiially
the National (iovernment i" taking over
th' wi-tk of succoring the honielec" and
fin id lest tliinl-ands of San Francisco and
tomorrow the representatives of the
Cniti'd St it pa Army will have charge
of the gigintic tank of instiing food to
all those who lemain in the citv. This
development resulted from the meet inn
of the executive committee t'nlay and
ttmwoik will he turned over to the
1'nited States tj'iartermanter of this
department, who will entatdish acorn
p'.et syntem of insuing rations at all of
the ,rS stations throughout the city.
This was a day of optimistic reports
fruin all sides. "Conditions improv
ing." was the happy expression from
tloho had charge of the duties of
carinif for their less fortunate towns
men during the last few days. In fact
the most important duty will hereafter
be performed hy the United States
Army, that of distributing the food and
supplies w hich have been donated most
lavishly hy the people. Thecitiens of
San Francisco have turned their atten
tion to the details of the reconstruction
of their business.
Can Pay All Insurance.
Oakland, Cal., April 25 State In
surance Commissioner K. Myron Wo'fe
announced today that nearly all the
large insurance companies would he
able to make satisfactory adjustments
of the losses caused by the San FranciB
co tire, lie enti mates that the amount
for which the companies are liable will
probably reach $250,000,000. Mr.
Wolfe nays he hopes the authorities o'
San Francisco wiil now grant the hith
erto unanswered appeal of the tire in
surance companies (or an auxiliary salt
water svstem on Tw in Peaks.
Finder Cut Off by Ghoul.
Colorado Springs, Colo., April 25.
Pausing through this city today on a
Denver it Hio Urande train was a San
Francisco fugitive who saiil her name
was Miss l.ntran. She wore a bandage
on her left hand and said that, while
she lay unconscious np in the floor of
he lobby of the Sc. Hands hotel in
San Francisco after the earthquake laBt
Wednesday morning, the thud finger of
her left hand was cut off and she was
robbed of rings that she wore there.
Tsl An Opens Her Heart.
Fekin, April 25. The empress dow
ager hai tent to the American legation
a check for $50,000 tor the relief of the
sufferers (rom the disaster at San Fran
cisco, and la sending $20,000 to the
Chinese in that city.
Wants Philippine Traffic.
Waihington, April 2H. Senators
Fulton and tiearin today received a tel
egram from the t ort laml Chamber of
Cunmerce asking that Portland he
made the temporary headquarters for
shipping supplies to the Philippines,
pending the rebuilding of warehouses
and docks at San Francisco. The Sen
ators will take the matter up with the
Quartermaster-General. The President
today sent a message to Congress urging
an immediate appropriation for re
building the warehouHes at San Francisco.
Estimate Insurance Loss.
Sin Francisco, April 20. There are
107 companies to share the San Fran
cisco loss. Th!s Ions is est i inn ted by
the local auenis at between $175,000..
000. and $200,000,000. New York sends
word that the insurance men there
think the loss will not exceed $125.
000.000. Chieago'i loss was $125,
000,000, and three companies defaulted
to the amount of $45,000,000. The loss
in Baltimore was paid in full. It
mounted to $35,000,000.
&OON fILOCCUPY BUILDINGS.
;,lf.l Slriir.tiirrt Or.ly Mad the Inner
Woorork I urnerl Out.
San J-ranilsio, April Today
property-owners h.ivn had an r,j portn
n.ty to iimpii't sorni. of thir holdings,
and in a measure to bh. ertain what
during!' had been done. Th" new mod
ern steel huild. ngs were found to be al-
rn'p'l Int.vt, In evry ina'ance if seem-
e that the earthquake l ad not .lam
aged tlmm. The stel frames were in
perfect plumb and as strong as ever.
,rniies and fancy trimmings fell, bnt
that was all. Kvin when the fire swept
through them, only the woodwork waa
The fairrnount Hotel on Nob Hill
will le rush", I to completion ; theCIaus
Spreckels building on Market and
Third streets will W Mi-npied within a
few days. The l.'nion Trust building
on Montgomery and Market street has
only lost the interior wxlwork, and as
on as men can put in the lumber it
will be ready for occupan'.-y. The Ht.
Francis Hotel is in the same category,
and the work of renovating the interior
will xn be commenced. An insfeo
tion of the Call bnil-ting at Third and
Market streets disclosed the fact that
several 11 Kirs were in good condition
and could, after slight repairs, be nsed
The new Motiadnock, on Market
street next to the Palace Hotel, was
found to be in Orstclaas condition, even
the W'nilwork in tlm interior being in
tact, and the owner. Herbert K. Law,
announced tonight that within ten days
he would be renting offices in this
building. The Monadnnck is a large
structure of steel and brick almost com
pleted when the lire came. Marble
and lnmlner have lien ordered from
L"s Angeles, and a big force of men
wiil rush the building to completion.
STEEL MILLS ARE CROWDED.
Structural Material for Bay City May
Be Made Abroad.
Pittsburg, Pa., April 23. According
to Pittsburg steel men the rebuilding
of San Francisco may be greatly retard
ed on account of the inability of Pitts
burg steel mills to supply structural
fli a pes for the new city. The Carnegie
Steel Company and the Jones A Iaugh-
lin Lornpnay, the big independent con
cerns, are already so crowded that they
have practically closel their order
Ixxiks of delivery of building material
wi'hin eight months' time.
Never before in the history of struc
tures has there been such a demand for
material as this year, and it is feared
that it will he well nigh impossible for
the mills to take on additional work.
According to the local steel men. the
San Francisco people will le compelled
to go to tireat Britain and Germany for
large amount of their building mate
The mills of Germany are busy at
the pres. nt time, and will be able to
take on but little additional work.
Those of Great Britain, however, will
he able to handle a great many of the
orders. On account of the high freight
rates from the esst to the Pacific Coast
the foreign steel mills will be able to
leliver structural shapes at San Fran
iso as cheap and probably cheaper
than the local mills will he able to do.
The Pennsylvania and Lackawanna
Steel Companies and the Illinois Steel
Company will be able to handle some
of the work. It is believed that the o-
al mills wiil, if mmnible, atttmpt to
put aide some of their resent orders,
in order to accommodate the more ur
gent work for San Francisco.
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TAKING CARE OF HEALTH.
San Francisco, April 23. The board
of Imalth reports a very encouraging
health condition, considering the cir
cumstances. Sickness is constantly on
the decrease. There are very few con
tagious diseases, and these are being
attended at IVer Lodge in Golden Gate
park. Sanitary conditions in the resi
dence districts are being improved.
A large corps of volunteers started at
work yesterday removing all cans of
garbage to the curbs. Wagons were
pressed into service today and the gar
bage removed to the burned districts,
where it will be d est roved. Ceespools
are being dug.
Cliff House Stands.
San Francisco, April 23. A thor
ough inspection made hy a representa
tive of the Asscoiated Press, who made
the trip in an automobile, shows that
comparatively little damage was done
in the vicinity of the Cliff. The Cliff
House not only stands, but the damage
sustained by the earthquake shook to
this historic building will not exceed.
acording to the statement of Manager
Wilk ins, $500, In fact, the escape of
the Cliff House is one of the curious
features of the disaster which has he
fallen San Fiancisco.
joMif Aj-xiADxa dowib.
1WI Lands at Kan Francisco with
f 100 In Lis pocket
lttfO Arrive In Chicago and begin
preaching In the streets.
1S92 Kstabllahea a divine healing
mlaalon at Stony Island avenue and R3J
K4 OfKms liead'juarters and pttnl
llshes a bank and newspaper at Michi
gan avenue and 12th street.
lKIKi Inaugurates metropolitan cru
sade, preaching nightly In different
parts of the city. Mobtaxl by hoodlum.
Y. Purchase site of Zlon City
and conducts crusade In Knifland.
KpOI Start fnctorles at Zlon City.
Declares Llmself to be Klljah III or
L'HJah the Uestorer.
V.tt2 Negotiates for Mexican planta
tion and Texas land for colonization
purposes. Itefused credit by Chicago
merchant. Ordered to refund J,V),tiO
to Frederick Sutton of New Zealand,
who had Invested In Zlon.
l'.tdH Itecelves large contributions
and tlthea from his people In the fa
mous coller-tlon barrel. Leads the Zlon
Restoration host of 3AJ0 workers In
eight speclnl trains on a rellirlou visi
tation to New York. Creditors pre
claims and Zlon place.1 In hnads of n
feileral receiver during several weeks.
Ks4 Meparts on mission around the
worhL via San Francisco and Austra
lia. Iteturns six months later and
takes title of First Apostle of hi
lf5 Gets an option on 700,000 acres
of Mexlcnn land and makes trip to com
plete colonization plans. Stricken with
paralysis on his return to Zlon City.
After a second stroke leaves for West
Us sv Makes Wilbur Glen Vollva de;
Uty general overseer of the Christian
Catholic Church and the Zlon Industries.
IESTIH0NIAL FOR CARNEGIE
ON HIS METHOD OF SFELIXNQ
I fe mm.
QU ifndtu.- 3 liUt H w.
Andrew Carnegie rexvntly has ap
Ie;irtHl as the tiuuncial hacker of i
Miiimlsslon of learned men to "reform"
sH'lllng and make It more phonetic.
Many unnecessary letters should be
omitted. It Is the learned men's opin
ion, and sound should lie consulted
more than derivatives. New York Iler-uld.
Another $25,000 for Japan.
Washington, April 20. Another con
tribution of $25,000 from the Christian
Herald was received today by the Red
Grrss for transmission to Japan for the
relief of the famine sufferers.
Plan to Rebuild.
San Francisco, April 21.--Many of
the most substantial business men and
property owners of San Francisco are, in
consultation with the architects.
While the work of clearing away the
debris goes' forward a g ert corps cf
draughtsmen will he busily occupied
preparing plans for the new huildings.
It is understood that James D. Phelan
will be on of the first to rebuild on
Market street. His plans are not com
plete. Says Dowle Cheated Him.
Chicago, April 23. James Burrock,
of New Mexico, today made complaint
to the Federal authorities that he had
been defrauded by John Alexander
Dowie out of a sum close to $20,000,
and that the mails had been used in
WrddlDf Cuatoma In Tat-key.
The Iow ry of a Turkish bride Is fix
ed both by law and custom and must
not exceed a sum equal to $1.70 In
I'nltod States currency. On no pre
text can this amount be mnde greater
or less, even though the parents lie ex
tremely ioor or Immensely wealthy.
The wedding Is Invariably set for
Thursday, the festivities beginning on
the previous Monday and lasting four
days. The merrymaking lsi carried on
by the men and women separately, an.J
eiH-h day Is distinguished by a chango
li. ivi i -monies. On no account will
Turks allow unions, forks, knives or
wine on the table when celebrating a
No I'ae Kip pollute Her to Koritcl.
"I know that spring U coming," she
"Yes, confound It," groaned her hus
band, "you bet you do, and there Isn't
any likelihood that you'll forget It,
either. Oh, well, come on, I may as
well know the worst right at the start
What's It going to coat this yearT"
Chicago Record Herald.
"What did the wife put on
boy's tombstone 1"
"The simple phrase 'Peace to Ills
"Ashes I Couldn't she think of any.
thing less significant of Oay boy's abode
In the other world !" Pittsburg Press,