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I Vol. IAX. No. .36. Salt Lake City. Utati. Saturday Mokxixg. November 19. 1904. 12 phges.mfive cents.
fcliMfly Throws No
Ip on Matter.
1 Lng Wan Accused of Crime
t s Still Cool and Col
lected. fckcr Denies That Elder Weber Ke
piid Money Stolen From Thnt
il'BTRN". ' '1 '"v 1V Adolph
Ktr rcr?ived the news of the Cor
L Jury verdict charging him with
BKrnurd-r of hi- father, mother sls
l$int brother without apparent emo
jjXc, and paiil nothing as to his opln
fc.nr.rcrnliiK It ";- demeanor In
Srt this morning "as unchanged.
J. Hancock gave fomf important
JLjminy. which still further nmpil
M.' tli rro "tr . as Mr Y eber's body
I In the bathroom. He testl-
h was one of the first per
there and saw Mrs Pnowden h
Ku irreamlng, and Mr. M Kn stry
Ijflfe broke the lower p ine of the front
iKrd-jft nf the front room, fiom which
. !) were taken out, and tried
JjBll the plnno toward him. but the
Jpt'fr drove him out. As ho i ame
Bm the steps of the pojvh he thought
iBsipb W-h.-r ( itne up He sa the
JBl; vac carried oul by a tall man
No Fire in Dimng-Rooni.
TV U.ck window of the dining-room
jBv broken and there as no fire In
JHbt r.---ni. The whole hall v. as on Are
no r.in could hae passed through
The I'-ithriMiin was ill .lark when
jehouo? was pretty well burned down.
broke the window anil looked In,
1 eouM see nothing and there was
lilt In ihe TK.m When he ti led to
Into the front room It was so full
Isnoke that lie rould not see the
bur. He i on Id nol tell how Adolph
fciire."") when he met him. The
Hhdov of th dining-room was brok-
j Mrs Weber Brought Out
s'1" Davis, who built the Weber
PB- e.ii-l that the front room where
i be-lle;) were found, was about thlr
iBp feet ! i u ire J. K. Corey went
th Ore bell rung and saw Mrs.
h it, , in ,o Henry There w as
Ii?h? uhlnlng i h i nuk'h the front door.
ho.l.e the tn.nl window until
ijBP' Rutr and Guy Lukens did so
a Wnber was brought out first Hh
ar.iz. her face One of her legs
Wu f b"nied off. He mlKht have
jB9 mistaken to It being Mrs.
WT- Tnej beat out the fire In her
t with Iheir hats, This was also
JB ,c Bertha Weber's body Hi
SMP"iri1 '" nil thai Adolph was near
V''?. not on th. port b
M Banker Lubeck's Stoiy.
LV' Luh , V ' . --pr.-M.Jent Of the
.r County bank, denied on the
pthe rumor that Julius W eber re-
Ih money stolen from that inatl-
Attorneys Come to Blows,
str.dti. a relations between DIs
IK" Attorney li.,hlns.n and Attorney
Kr" C1;'" to o. climax today. Blow?
jj'silnni;..- and a lively fight was
lun). v.h.-u rn.Vr Sheriff May
WF-'- rind stopp, ,i it.
I LYNCH MURDER CASE.
SrsTWill Remain in Weber County
Jail for the Present.
l9U Th- Tribune
fMfr V ; "-Wllllm ; Hf-bson,
pKL arrc'el at his home In Pres-
JIV- 5''S,l-r'hl n"d Who COt'
lmur.l,r of jr,... ,.,,,, n
itCi'i!111 i-x-car will be taken
I i1 "l ' " u" " "i and
Pws hll', 'k" Brlgham
St an.l t, rrl"K with th. o, al
,M-'r i u"; 10 k Lh
IVhi: tr ,,' weber count) Jail paod-
ff lit Baxpn" V' ' ' than
!: g'flor county bastile,
I LED A DOUBLE LIFE.
T reveals an Extraordinary Case
5jR'A 111 f v 'h -Death has re
KlM b" Us"r,iu "' "e of double
ijHjkniti ' 'r T ' ' Conklln, a prominent
pjfc of Parinlnglon. who died No
a, thTh" v lfr v.-im whom he was
jrjf ,h" "in,. flf hlh death went to
trU orW h"rt" lf appointed ad-
W,' hlH '-t:!'". an. I I . hi n.l that
ila, '.'V;1 l'i manj years axo
SK1 nd tl ;?' ,'" '"" "larrled to a Miss
jfe stiii,1 wlfe and r"r
HBf'rnihfr "" nrat w,fo will make a
fB- tWMft whlt;h amounts to
lwkyh'Vo;Hl,wVf!:n,, """ ,w
JT.N" CaDnerics Aro Sold.
SL"M''h..'Vr: - NTv. IS. -The as-
BXL 'Uctlnn 1 Cnn'"--r' Pi in r
Kr Z for J119.500 The
orJ O. Ma . ..1,,, ),. Mje was
"Sane w tull( irlJfc
Stoessel Can Hold
Oul Several Months
Ho So Advises the Emperor in a Tele
gram From Port Ar
thur ST. PETERSBURG Nov 18. Gen
Stoessel has telegraphed to Emperor
Nicholas that Port Arthur can hold out
several months The newspapers today
devoto long articles to praise of Ueut -,en
S i -1 I :ni the hem!., cnrrlson of
Port Arthur ami to a genera! Indorse
ment of the movement started at Kleff
for a national subscription In behalf of
the families of the killed ;;nd surviving
Stoessel expresses o firm conviction
that he will be able to hold out iu Poi t
Arthur until the Baltic siuadron arrives
in March, on the condition that he is
Supplied with munitions and stores The
Government, the correspondent adds, has
instructed its agents ubroad to supply
Lieut. -Gen Stoessel's ieoiirements at
TO AID TEXTILE STRIKERS.
American Federation of Labor Votes
SAN FRANCISCO. Nov. IS. The dele
gat. to the American Federation of
Labor today unanimously voted to levy
an assessment of 1 per cent per member
per week for three weeks in aid of the
textile workers now out on sarlkc at Fall
River. Mass., and to confer upon the
executlve council of the Federation au
thority t.i levj additional assessments
if such a course In their Judgment
should he deemed necessary This will
immediately realize about $76,000 for
the aid of the strikers.
The vole was unanimous and was re
ceived with great cheering by the dele-frat-
s many of whom rose In their Beats
and tendered checks or even ash as the
phare of their organisations, Adjourn
ment was then taken until tomonow
morning, so their committee work might
BUILD SCHOOL FOR POOR.
Wealthy West Virginia Woman So
Directs In Her Will.
NEW YORK, Nov IS The Rt. Rev.
P. J. Donohue, Roman Catholic bishop
of Wheeling, W. Va . will receive the
rrajor portion of the estate of Sarah
C. Trace y, valued at more than a quar
ter of a million dollars under the terms
of the will filed today. The will re
quests that Bishop Donohue use the
estate to erect and maintain an Indus
trial school tor unfortunate poor In
memory of the testator's grandfather,
Keating Hawsnn. and two orphan asy
lums In memory of her dead brother,
Bishop Donohue is bequeathed Jio.non,
together with all the books, paintings,
horses and carriages owned by the
testatrix, for his own use He Is to sell
her rare laces and Jewels and devote
the proceeds to charily.
WAGES OF SIN IS DEATH.
Ei ling Couple Found Dead In Buggy
in the Street,
DETROIT, No. 18. At Wyandotte,
near here, today, policemen discovered
a horse and buggy standing on the
street, with H J Hlllebrand and Mrs.
W. J. Miller of Detroit, lying dead in
the buggy. Both were shot through
the head, evidently a case of murder
und suicide. Whether Hlllebrand or
the woman lired the shots Is unknown.
A letter found in Hlllebrand'a pocket,
and written by the woman recently,
told of an Intimacy between them, and
warned Hlllebrand that he must be
careful of her husband, who, she said,
hud threatened to shoot him. The wo
man's husbands says he bellies her
refusal to elopi with Hlllebrand cans.-,
the latb r to shoo! ber and commit suicide.
WOMAN KILLED, BODY BURNED
One Man Shot Dead, Another Fatally
Wounded by Unknown.
WILLI AMSBI'RG. Ky . Nov is
George Curd and Krnma Durham have
been killed and Thomas Curd fatally
wounded, near Cumberland Kails The
Curd brothers owned a large tract of
land and had had trouble with S'uatt i
As they were passing the cabin where
tin- Durham woman lived they were luxd
upon Tbuinaa Curd crawled two miles to
bis home and George Curd wifs dead
when found. The Durham woman proba
blj was killed and burned to cover Iden
MONUMENT TO M'KINLEY,
Fund of S600,000 Has Been Raised to
CHICAGO, Nov. 18. Announcement was
mado today of the completion of the
fund of 1000.000 for the i-iectlon of a tui
tion, il monument to the late President
McKlnley. Alexander H. Reveli. chair
man of the Illinois state auxiliary of the
McKlnley National Memorial a s.-oilutlon.
In a report submitted to the State com
mittee, stales that $.V '-' the proportion
alibttCd tO lllln..r. luol been raised III
N w York, next Tuesday, the national
trust) es of the association win meet and
a;...it a design for tin monument.
Resignation of Ware
WASHINGTON. Nov 18. A question
has been raised us to the date when the
resignation of Pens-ion Commissioner
W . i. take- ' Keel The resignation was
dated Noveinbei IS last and accepted by
the President the next das Neither In
the resignation nor In the acceptance
was there any mention of the time when
the resignation would income operative.
Men lo Will Decide
Fate oS Woman.
Letter Received by Counsel
From Eye Witness to
Declares He Saw Man in Cab Raise
Pistol and Shoot Him
self. NEW YORK, Nov 18. Although two
full court days had been taken up in
securing eight of the twelve Jurors who
will decide the fate of Nan Patterson,
the former show girl, who Is charged
with the murder of CaeSBX Young, the
Incidents in the court room have tended
to keep up interest In the ca.se. The re
ceipt of a letter telling of an Important
new witness and the finding, during
the examination of talesmen of another
person, believed to be an eye-witness,
were the principal Incidents
Writer Witnessed Struggle.
The letter which Mr. Levy received
was written In German and signed by
"L Black " The writer claims to have
witnessed the struggle In the cab and
says that he saw Young turn the re
volver against his own breast and fire.
Saw Man Raise Pistol.
"I saw with my own eyes on the
morning of June 4 a man in the cab
with a pistol In his hands. A woman
W88 seated alongside him," says the
writer 'I SS.W the man raise the pis
tol which was In his hand I heard the
shot and I ran .as fast as I could.
Why Witness Kept Quiet
"I kept ery quiet until now because
I thought you had oih.r witnesses, but
for the sake of the truth I must write
you this. 1 am willing, should o. caslon
demand It, and If you think It worth
while, to appear before Mr Jerome and
yourself and Bay that I saw the man
hold the pistol In his hand I am ready
to take an oath on this for the sake of
AID STARVING INDIANS.
Relief Measures for the Red Men on
SAN DIEGO, Cak, Nov. IS. The re
ports which have come from the moun
tain regions in the southern part of this
county, telling of the destitution and
starvation of Indians on the Five Campo
reservations, have resulted In the tak
ing of steps in this city for the immedi
ate relief Of the sufferers The first ef
fort Will be that of sending food and
clothing at once to the Indians to meet
their Immediate demands. It is Intend
ed to raise a fund sufficient to make the
Indians comfortable during the winter,
un-1 to provide them with seed, which
should be sowed now In order to pro
duce crops for next year
Successive years of drouth have cre
ated the present condition of destitu
tion, while the barrenness of the land
to which the Indians have been pushed
makes It impossible for them to get far
away from want at any time This has
been the hardest year they have ever
hadj and the old men and women t spe
cially aru In a sad plight.
IN HARD LUCK.
Past Year Especially Bad for Iowa
DES MOINES. Ia.. Nov. 18. The bank
of K H Skinner at Birmingham, In.,
has gone Into oluntary bankruptcy
The Institution was operated as a pri
vate concern and the exact cause of the
trouble has not yet been made public,
but ir la supposed to be the result of
heavy investments made a number of
y. irs ago In a railroad projet which
did not pan out as well as was . xp. ct .1
The past year has been an espt dally
bad one for private banking Institutions
In this state. Thirty-eight of such con
cernt hat gone Into bankruptcy, either
voluntary or through orders of the
courts, and in nearly every instance
injudicious investments have been the
Fatalities, too, have followed In many
cases, no less than eleven bank officers
having taken their Uvea after the doors
of their Institutions wa re closed.
BLAZE AT IDAHO FALLS.
Fine Three-Story Block Narrowly Es
Special to The Tribune.
IDAHO FALL3. Ida., Nov. 18 At noon
toduy flumes were discovered on the roof
vf the ("row & Chandon bulldlnc, one of
the finest throe-story business blocks In
the city The- roof was being repaired and
the hre originated from a pot of burning
tar A high wind prevailed and, with
no pressure from th decrepit wat.a pa
tent, condition wore ripe for a destruc
tive fire, but quick work with sandbags
fortunately extinguished It. lth a nomi
nal loss, fully covered by Ineurance
Young Men Are
Killed While Hunting
Two Fatal Accidents Occur When
Firearms Are Carelessly
Special to The Tribune
BUTTE, Mont., Nov 18 Warren Hul
bert, son of Seymour Hulbert, was ac
cidentally shot and' killed by Earl Hart
man of Thompson Falls, a companion,
while the two were hunting rabbits yes
terday afternoon Young Hartman, it
Is said, turned the gun upon his play
mate in a spirit of fun.
Harry Ncagard was ac. identally shot
while with his brothei George In the
west ("iallatln valley yesterday. The
two brothers had stopped for dinner,
and w hile gathered around their camp
fire were shooting at a target with a 22
callbre revolver by way of sporL
It appears that Harry handed the
weapon to his brother with the handle
foremost and tin muzzle pointing to
ward himself, when the weapon was dls-
barged, the bullet passing through his
body. He died 15 minutes afterwards.
PANAMA OFFICIAL RESIGNS.
War Minister Steps Down and Out,
Army to Be Disbanded.
PANAMA, Nov. IS. Gen. Htfertas, the
War Minister, resigned today and Presl
d at Amador, by a decree, accepted his
resignation, leaving Huertas the rank of
General, unattached, but with a salary
which Is equivalent to a pension. Th
urm will not be disbanded Just now
Gen Ytifindla 8 . r.-tary of the War
Office and an old veteran, has been ap
pointed to the supreme command of the
tr. ops Everything Is quiet now. The
censorship on telegraphit messages hus
just tieen suspended.
Gen Huertas, In the letter tendering hia
resignation, protests ugainst the chargea
brought against him Baying that he and
the troops have In-en loyal, but that under
tho circumstances (referring to American
Intervention), and though they would
dearly love to right, in order to prevent
bloodshed and to prove his love for
Panama, he resigns Vila office.
The Isthmians d -pi ore the event, be
cause Gen Huertas modest) and repu
i. 'iinn for not lK-lng- umbltlou has made
him verv popular.
ALLEGED RIOTERS FREE.
Cases Against Forty-Three Men in
Cripple Creek Dismissed.
CRIPPLE CREEK, Colo., Nov is
District Attorney Trowbridge today dis
missed the cases of 43 men who had
been charged with complicity In the In
dependence depot explosion and the Vic
tor riot of June last Two of the men
had been In Jail fle months. The oth
ers were out on bonds.
There remain similar charges against
17 mn. Including Charles H Moyr,
president, and William B Haywood,
secretary-treasurer of the Western
Federation of Miners, but It Is doubtful
whether these cases will ever be tried.
Since the election about 50 men who
had been deported have returned to the
district and have not been molested.
VOTE OF COLORADO.
Official Count of Recent Election Dj
DENVER, NOV. 18. The ofnclal count
of the vote at the recent election in all
counties except Denver, Pueblo and
Arapahoe, with the unofficial figures
from these, shows that Gov. James H.
Peabody ran over 40 000 votes behind
I'r-.vldcnt I'oos. .It Roosevelt's plu
rality is r.1.419, and Adams' majority
over Peabody 10,106 All candidates on
the I;. -publican State ticket except Pea
body were elected by pluralities; rang
ing from 3000 upward?". The count In
Di nver has bevii delayed by court pro
i te. lings.
MISS RUDOLPH IS BETTER.
She Is Slowly Recovering From Her
LOS ANGELES, Cal.. No . 18. The
condition of Miss Mlna Rudolph, the
leading lady of James Powers' 'San
Toy" company, who was seriously In
juns In an automobile a. ebb nt ester
day, Is reported as favorable. Miss Ru
dolph has not yet entirely recovered
consciousness, and is still having slight
hemmorhages of the ears. Tho attend
ing physician states that unless more
serious complications arise she will recover.
PILGRIMAGE OF RED MEN.
Every Catholic Indian In British Co
lumbia to Visit North Vancouver.
VANCOUVER, li C , Nov 18. A pil
grimage of Intl'ans to the mission at
North Vancouver is being arranged for
December 6, when every Roman Cutho
llc Indian in Hrltlsh Columbia will en
deavor to be present. The gathering vill
last for four days and win celebrate the
feast of the linin n .il ite conception, or
the fiftieth anniversary of the proclama
tion to these Indians of the obseivanco
of that festival
Arizona Officer Resigns
PHOENIX, Ailz, Nov. is Judge B v
Wells of PreSCOtt has resigned the office
of Attorney-General of Arizona, on ac
count of pressing private business. Judge
.1 II Kll.ts-y of Phoenix hus been up
pointed by Gov. Bfodla to succeed him.
Col Breckinridge Worse.
LOUISVILLE, Ky , Nov. 18 -A tcle
phone message from Lexington says t'oi
Breckinridge's condition took a midden
turn foi the worse later. Hia entbc fam
ily la at ihc Ludilde. ,
FOUR DIE IN
Score of Others Are
Of the Wounded It Is Be
lieved Several Will
Disaster Occurs in Chicago Plant of
Pyle Electric Headlight Com
CHICAGO, Nov. 18 Four persons
were killed and a score Injured today
by a series of gas explosions that de
stroyed the plant of the Pyle Electric
Headlight company. The shocks of the
explosion were so severe that all the
buildings near the demolished plant
were damaged and windows were shat
tered for blocks, while persons were
thrown from their feet. Over pressure
Is believed to have caused the acci
RALPH WELLS, superintendent.
AMnS W ATKINS, assistant superin
tendent. GEORGE Ml'EHL draftsman.
THOMAS JENNINGS, employee.
JOHN KENNEDY, strut k by dying
J. G LOGAN, blown out of wrecked
plant and bruised
MAX WRARBLE. right foot blown
off; internal Injuries, arm and leg
C. W GRANT blown 100 feet from
building, both legs and arms fractured
WILLIAM H. MA LONE Y, blown
Irom third floor of building; body
crushed; may die.
ALFRED cX. internally Injured,
will probably die
EDWARD BOESE, both legs broken;
Illumination for Cars.
The Pyle company supplies illumina
tion for railroad coaches This llluml
i ant Is forced Into small retorts, which,
when attached under the floor of a . ar,
will supply It with light for months.
In order to make this possible the re
torts are subje. ted to an extremely
high pressure. It was such a tank that
caused the first explosion.
Wero Nine Explosions.
Wldle workmen and wret kage Ailed
the air other retorts exploded in such
rapid succession that It was almost Im
possible to distinguish the bi p irate de
tonations There were nine such ex
plosions In all, and these left the plant
In flames, which kept the fire depart
ment busy for several hours The to
tal loss to property Is $75,000.
SECRETARY MORTON ILL.
Stricken While at a Dinner at Del-
monicos, New York.
NEW STORK, Nov 18. Secretary Paul
Morton of the navy was taken in tonight
at the dinner of the Socl- ty of Naval
Architects and Mniinc- Engineers ut, Del
lit. had been assigned to respond I" tin
toast, The President of the United
Slates, " as he represented President
Roosevelt at the banquet The Secretary
had spoken but a few moments when he
excused himself and left the banquet hall
Former Rear-Admira i Bowela, who pr..--M.jc
d, t"l'l the go. si-, that Se..r..far Mor
ton was III and wished him to offer his
excuses for leaving them so soon. The
Admiral said that the Secretary was not
seriously sick hut did not. feel well
ci i. ugh to remain longer It was Fald
li i. i that Mr Morton bad loft for Wash
ington Before Illness compelled him to desist,
Mi Morton, in responding t. the too I
' ihc President of tho Unit) I States '
said he was in favor of a navy of such
efllcioncj that no other nation would un
,i rink- to seek an engagement with us.
"1 believe that it should be second to
none in the world" he continued ' Vou
can be assured that you have in the
White House now u m m who believes In
having tho best and strongest navy In
FLOURING MILLS BURN.
North Salem Plant of Portland Com
SALEM. Or , Nov IS. The remaining
mill building on the North s, ib m prop, rty
of the Portland Flouring mills was de
stroyed by fire, of Incendiary origin. The
loss was $2S,0X. The building was one of
three, two of which were destroyed by
lire on October 19 last. The building .1. -strove.)
tonight was tilled with Max and a
H' in li 1 1 1 of new machlnei recently pur
chased for the purpose of threshing It
DINED AT WHITE HOUSE.
President and Mrs. Roosevelt Enter
tain German Commission.
WASHINGTON, Nov 18. At tho White
House tonight President and Mr;-'. Roose
elt entertained at dinner the commission
era of Ehnpei r William at the unveiling
of the statue of Frederick the Oreut to
morrow. Lieut O n Loweufeld and Maj
('. unt Schcmottow. The building was
haiidsomoK Illuminated The dinner v. .
given In the Stati dining i coin, the ,ler
o'atloos l.'lng golden gut. and carnol
roaea and ferna The United states ma
rines band furnished ibe muslu 1
Saw Her Baby
Burn to Death
Little One With Clothes on Fire Runs
to Bedside of Helpless Mother
and Is Cremated.
OAK F3DALE, Wash., Nov. IS. While
the mother was lying on a slel: bed. un
able to urise and give assistance to her
sufTcrlng child, her young son, whose
lothlng was ablaze, was so foarfully
burned that he died soon afterwards at
the bedside of his mother. The fat d I
occurred at the home of Mr and Mrs. Al
fred Olson, living four miles aouthNvcst
Bab Olson and his brothers ami sial
w-. re this morning playing house, v. hen
th. children found matche, and his older
brother and aiaters, of whom there are
three, light--d the matches and the I
dr. te ar Hl clothing caui.-ht lire When
the children saw the terrible peril of their
Utile brother they were panic stricken
The baby ran to the bedside of his help
less mother and she was obliged to 11"
there and si e her little one 8:orehel ami
sin ed by the burning clothing with no
one able to K assistance The babv
died at her side shortlv afterward!
Screaming with pain, the little fellow In
haled the flam, s and dr. w them down his
throat Into his lungs.
The other children are all young and do
not even know the danger of playing with
matchea The mother, who has been on a
sick bed for weeks. j aeverel) burned
about the arms At noon today she was so
weak she was not able to speak nbovo a
whisper ami tier life is now despaired of.
saves sorrs honor.
Prominent Iowa Man Will Pay Short
age of His Boy.
DES MOINES. Ia . Nov. 18. To save
the honor of his son, Kdward M CJarglll,
of Imogene, the father of W. H. Mc
Garglll, the bank cashier who disap
peared with a shortage In his accounts
amounting to $40 000, has announced to
the stockholders and depositors of the
Institution that he will pay dollar for
dollar on the alleged defalcation.
Young McOarglll went away on the
pretext of a business trip to Maryvllle.
Mo Whisperings of ill-advised specu
lations on the Board of Trade caused
an Investigation, whb h revealed the
true condition. It is stated that he
wrote a confession to the father and the
young wife whom he had left behind
H( is but 35 years old, and will be wel
. omed home when he returns, but the
law will lay no ciut lies on him, as the
father, reported to be worth 1 800, 000, will
make his son s books at the bank bal
ance to a penny.
The bank has been sold md reopened
as a private Institution known as the
ROOSEVELT AND SOUTH.
President Writes a Letter to Col.
Mosby on Matter.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 18. Col John S.
Mosby received a few months ago a letter
from Judge Roulhac of Birmingham. Ala ,
commenting on the attitude of the South
ern people toward the I'resld. ut personal
ly. Col. Mosby sent the letter to Oysur
Iiay. us he thought, inn sentiment ex
pressed In It by a Confederate veteran
would be gratifying to the President. He
received a reply, which he did not publish
during the campaign, as he felt that the
President's motives In writing tho letter
would be misconstrued. The letter Is as
"Oyster Bay. N. Y. Sent. 10, 1904.
(Personal ) My Dear t'ol Mosby . That
Is a line letter of Roulhac s and 1 appreci
ate! it. I have always been saddened
rather than angered by the attacks upon
mt In the South. I am half a Southerner
myself, und I can say with all possible
slrcerlty that the Interests of the South
are exactly as dear to me as the Interests
of the North. Sincerely yours
WIFE MADE HIM DEAF.
Queer Pleo Set Forth in Cross Bill in
CHICAGO, Nov. 18 Alleging that his
wife screamed into his left ear til) she
drove him deaf on that side and caused
him to lose n well-paid position as man
ager of u large music store Julius N
Brown has filed a cross bill In her suit
for divorce, and Is making efforts to
gain the custody of their ten-year-old
son, who lives with his mother at No.
848 Fifty-seventh street.
Brov n di dares that he Is 57 years of
age and his wife but 31, and that when
he married her It was through the "ex
traordinary encouragement" of her
In addition to driving him deaf, so
that b Is . .-impelled to earn n living as
a piano tuner. Brown alleges that his
wife has flirted vith a musician named
Buckingham and a dancing master
r&med La Londe.
HAD COSTLY FUNERAL.
Man Who Ordered It for Wife Is Now
ATLANTA. Ga.. Nov. 18 Because he
made false stat-r mentS In order to bury
hl6 wife in a costly manner. G. P.
Wright, formerly a prosperous citizen of
Atlanta, lias been sentenced to the peni
tentiary for twelve months.
Mrs Wright died In February and
Wright gave the funeral order to Swift
& Hall ordering them to Hpare no ex
pense and stating that the Red Men. of
which he was a member, would pay the
bill. The undertakers interred Mrs
Wright in costly fashion, but when the
bin hus presented to the Red Men pay
ment Waa r.fUSi',1. the Statement being
made that Wright was not a msmbei
in good standing A movement is on
foot io pa: the ii 1 1 I.-i -takers and secure
a. recursion of Wright a sentence.
IDAHO Pi THE I
STORM CENTER I
. j I
General Investigation I
May Ee Made. I
Astounding Stories of Intri
gue Among Employees !
Gov. Morrison Hurrying Home From I
Texas to Take Hand in
Special to The Tribune
BOISE, Id i . .:. . i iVarden P.-.rrfj
of the iriaho penitentiary today dismissed
Deputy Warden Bin sham of Oneida tM
county, and Guard Smith of Ada county. tM
Blngham'a conduct, the warden aaya baa
not been such as should characterize the
at tlons of a subordinate toward his sn-
per lor. Bingham Is also accused of In- tM
trlgues In connection with the Kelly case. LLt
Guard Smith was, the warden states, tM
found at his post asleep.
Kelly Wants His Place.
Clerk Kelly Insists that hr. has been LLu
exonerated by the board after a fall In- aH
vestlgatlon and that, therefore, he Is en
titled to take his position Attorney
General Bagloy Is expected back tnmor
row, although when he left he said ho
was golnt, i St. Louis
May Depose Pen-in.
It is llkoly he and Secretary of Stnt LLt
Gibson will meet apuln before Gov. Morn
son i eturns anil al tempt to i- pose Prr
rln. Perrln has beer, advised by his at
tomeya that the hoard cannot" meet In
special session without a call by tho
chairman, who Is tho Governor If thnt
la true, the meeting at which Kelly was
ordered reinstated Is illegal
Meeting in December.
The next iYKular meeting will not occur
until early in December At that tlmo iJjH
there is 'lttle doubt Perrln will be re
moved by the- votes of Bagley and Gib-
Demoralization at Pen.
Tho uproar has created additional de- LLt
moralisatlon at the penitentiary. Gov.
Morrison is hurrying home from Texas.
end he will gro to Work Immediately after
his arrival to set matters right
The most astounding stories of Intrigue kkt
among subordinates aro circulated, indt-
eating the possibility of a far more serl- tkU
oiis condition ot affairs thai: has hern
supposed. A general investigation may
be ordered by the Governor
CHARGE NOT SUSTAINED.
Letter From Idaho State Board to
Special to The Tribune
BOISE". Ida.. Nov. 18. The letter of
the Stale Board to Warden Perrln of
Iduho penitentiary, directing the rein
statement of Chief Clerk Kelly, which
wus handed the warden yesterday. Is
as follows: H
Itolee. Ida., Nov 16. 1904. Mr, C S. Per
rln. Warden Idaho State Penitentiary,
F.olso City, Ida.: Dear Sir. We have ex- H
p mined the charges made by you against
Mi Q, B K.-iiv, chief cleric at th peni
tentiary, at the time he was suspended,
and made t thorough examination of iho
books and recants of the State pentten- UIM
tlary ami the evidence submitted In sup
port of said charges, and find that said
charges have not been sustained It UIM
therefore appearing to the board that no
grounds exist for the suspension of Mr. MW
Kelly or hia removal, you are directed to
reinstate Mr. Kelly as chief clerk at the
Slgnel WILL H GIBSON.
Secretary of State. .
JOHN V BAGLEY,
FUSHIMI GOES TO ST. LOUIS,
Japanese Prince Leaves Washington
for the Big Show.
WASHINGTON. Nov IS Prlnc
Fushiml his party and his escorts left I
Washington today for st Louis Before
h aving, on behalf of the Prince, Mr.
A. Sato, grand master of the household
of his Imperial highness Prince Fushiml
made, this statement:
"sin.e his arrival In this country his
Imperial highness has I u deSpl) Im
pressed with the good will and courte
ous attention universally shown him by
the people of the United States Genuine
sympathy for la nan entertained by
them In the present struggle Is a source.
of profound satisfaction to his highness,
and he hop'1- lai n-stly that his mission l
Of friendship and good will may In some
measure be conducive of strengthen
log that tie of amity which happily ex-
Ists between the two i ountiies. His !m- j
peiial highness especially feels grateful Ifm
to the President of the United States.
who representing as he does the sentl- ItU
metifs of the people of this great repuh-
lie, has extended to him a most cordial tt
welcome, and his imperial highness does kM
not hesitate to say that the unalloyed
pleasure he has already derived and will kM
hereafter derive from his visit to this
country, would far outweigh that of
his military achievements In the battle
llelds of Manchuria."
Brutal Murder by Bulgarian.
SALONICA. Nov. 18 During the night tfU
of November 17 at tho village of Za
budva, near Ghovgeli, a Bulgarian band
murdered a priest named Stoyan, togeth-
er with Ills two brothers. The murderei
then set tire to the house, burning to
dt al h Btoj an wife and child.
Snowstorm at Butte. '
BUTTE Mont.. Nov. IS. Butte wss tM
treated to the first anow-atorn of the
season today. TheM was an Inch nt Wood
vllle. It is 'snowing heavily in the iiaun-&alns.