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"j WEATHER TODAY Fair; Rising Temperature
rTAX. No- '(;- Satt LiKis Citt, Utah, Tittosday Mokmv;, December 2jK 190 12 pages.five tents, ,
'fir as to
Le Evidence Is
J Sill Lacking.
lj3 That She Traveled
IforNeW York Firm of
1 ... old to Behevc Mur
j Woman Did Rc-pre?ont
M - r:IGS. . !?
i!soEo depended ur " "ic
TTtii- -jpposed victim of (!k- Cut-iculKzlii-
fMTjn a ihr.k to t h . i.f.-nic-i-fjEti
telcpram was m Ivc-.i from
Jabr jv.i.v Hi, ml. nl M.-mufai tur
u ujHsr.v. f,-,r whom Mrs Bouton
ETim r a traveling rcpr. sonta-
Kvuncln: that this firm had no
!Lnt on the road,
ffo.' Police Reynolds if not satis
ni this telegram, ho ver, and
ltd (0 N' York again asking
l& particulars as to the nove--1
of Mrr. Bouton. basing his re
Ifcqtlry on tni? f;Kt ,nat 'VIr''
BHfcrrAn. a local hairdresser, or
swls ihrouch Mr?. Bouton from
irr ir.il received the Roods, de
beisg in the regular course w Ith
fectal manufacturing company
On Risht Track,
tkhevtd that the Inquiry became
ipin transmission and the? police
Kemfldeni that they ar on the
Rke woman who was murdered
er mountain. Other Inquiries
today a if- to P r ; i 1 1 t. the
of Mrs. P.oiton. seeking to :is
ttf ram- nf tli.- i.-mi-t who
led the work on the teeth of
lib receipt of this address the
10) be f-nt for to niiin' and in
m vork don in the mouth of
pan whose body was found De
ll", It lHnr fully believed that
pta by the der.tist w ho per
I thr work on Mrs. Bouton'
kiil! b fonf lusdve as to whether
Ittt and the ir.urcered woman
61 point -i ihlisho.l to I he
In of the officers, a systematic
tor th ir.-n w t.i ha'. t on
lith Vrs. limit. in it (he facts
im rfr to the kno v. ledge of
Per will be Instituted
Hfvtr Saw the Teeth.
Match published this morning
p.forn:an Willi.-.! inn of Denver
P3 ' posttl . lei titl. atlon of
P6 of the murdered woman as
wMr? Bouton. h- having be n
Width thf- teeth of Mrs. Bou
of ha iiiK ti pnted th
w thn.it trouble last August.
WP of lu weight todaj when
rui itl 1 tha( lh,. Ih of
f.rran hsi.i never been ful of
Mlnre the body was brought
mountain ami that 1 r.
ptad nevei seen i he teeth
IPrtcWs Identifi. atloi bns-d
1 tir-V, SI,,!),.-!- .11 n ol
WW the woman, purport
PJW the location of the gold-
Pwowhi-.j teeth an)1 nH M, , .
I m Mid bj the ofti. ei s hen to
JO DIFFERENT MEN
3 'Jesr.e Eoutoa Last Seen With
risJ101 Known as Her Husband.
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w B, -'1":at I ni; Wo- i lirum-
ir Mm oi
j -.nnectlon with the Mount
,"21. ;, mt..ry u I.,- (,. .',
I teuton rei elved the
'fciiv . "V'-' " nl '" r b'
yjaKT' Syracuse. thioviKh a
5f?pan-v- he was in the
,1lH 1 lhat between the two
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fbu lh 7""n'an. ,1,..,. 1,,, nt,
of S Wh"" ,n th- , :rv the
fcitvv,., ,,l''xl,,n 1""''"
uL' uho wr,r a dark HU "
h. n an.) u .lort.v
rl jMhi. - -M ,., . ven-
JlS thM " " Hn-' wth this
B ! '"'r' h-' reason to
(Sny .V.'n"",1K man for ;i
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v:,, u-''"l ih. n,,n
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t&JmtollJ "ri ir.,u..l.
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ifc a t" S1"
R,a, v" l""u,ni,,k- In ho
I Wcr t PuUce Lynch
Tramp Ship Still
Pounding on Beach
Life-Savers Will Make Desperate At
tempt to Rescue Crew of the
Stranded Vessel Today.
NEW YORK, Dec. 28. Still poundlnc
on thr bar off Oakland lslanrl. where the
struck on Christmas mornlnc. there is
no change today in the condition of the
teamshlp Dmmclzier Tonight word wns
B nt to the Sandy Hook life-saving sta
tion to get ready to start for the wreck
at daylight. Captain T. Patterson will
have Charge of thi crew of eight men
the hardiest life-savers arong the count'
Th longest lifeboat at the Hook wis
made ready at oncf, and early In th
morning will be taken in tow bv "a power
ful tug to where the British "trampshlp
li. s stranded
The Driinndzler lies about three-qunr-t'-rs
of a mile off the . xtrrm.' end
1 re Island beach. She Is almost In the
channel leading from the ocean into
Great South bay All communication be-tw.-n
Oak island and the mainland Is
ut off by the lc that fills this bay with
drifting tlo.s. driven hither and th!th.-r
wnh the winds, and In some places piled
In huge hummocks.
The position of the boat is one of great
PJ rll. She Is lying bow-on toward the
shore, with her stern resting on the bar
showing about two feet above her nor
i" .i draft. As she lies the seas are
breaking over port side, but the westerly
which came up tonight showed a tend
cney to bent down the hljrh running surf
At 9 0 clock the wrecking steam-hip
Merrltt was anchored about a mile from
the stranded vessel and the Merrltt h
surl boat could bo seen Ivlng alongside
the Drumelzler Whether she had laken
off nny of tho steamships crew or
whether she was standing by ;s a pre
caution In ease the vessel went to pieces.
- . n Id :ot be determined from ashore.
1 luring the day the vessel hoisted no
signals of distress, nor did she even us.
her whistle, although smoke and steam
Iitu her funnels Indicated that the ilre
w re still going
The sea continued hlph today and the
Drumelzler appeared to W- laboring heai
lly A revenue cutter succeeded In com
municating with the ship by signals. By
this means It was learned that thore wore
twenty-nine men on board. They asked
that assistance bo sent to them
It was said when the Drumelzler was
flist reported aground her crew consisted
of thirty-two men. If that was correct 11
would appear that three lives ulreadv have
been lost since the ship struck the bar
At midnight it was Mowing a Kale at
Fire island. The wind steadllv Increased
and the temperature was dropping. The
situation for those on board the Drumel
sicr was not verj promising.
STEAMSHIP ON THE SHOALS.
In Distress With Heavy Sens Break
ing Over Her, and No Help Possible.
NORFOLK. Va.. Dec. 2$. Battered by
heavy seas that have been lashed to fury
by a forty-mile gale, an unknown Steam
ship is helpless on the inner Diamond
Shoals, eight miles off Cape Matt, ins, to
night and lalnt lights seen now and then
carry a message to the llfr-pa Ing corps on
short' that there are human lives aboard
thi wrecked craft that cannot ! saved
until the wind and sea have calmed suffi
ciently to allow the surf-boats to be
The observer ( the Ignited states
weather bureau at HatterOfl first saw tin
ship when the fog lifted shortly before
noon today At that time she appeared
t. b0 Ui distress and later it was seep that
she had grounded on the inner shoal,
known t mariners as "Hell's hole " The
heavy Bees careened the vessel on her
beam end and at 'A o'clock this afternoon
she was lying on her port fddc with seas
washing all over her. The gale seemed to
be moderating at 8 o'clock
TOOK DOSE OF STRYCHNINE.
Special Agent of Land Ofh.ee nt Den
ver Attempts Suicide.
DENVER, Colo.. Dec. Michael A.
Meyendorffj special agent of the United
Stat. Oineral I. and office, took strych
nine. It Is believed, With suicidal Intent to
day A police surgeon succeeded In coun
teracting the effects of the poson
Meyendorff had grown despondent be
cauae of Ill-health and upon the fallun of
a woman friend to respond to bis request
lo .all on bltn appeared Kieatly d'
presaed After asking a barber, who had
come to shave him, l CUt his throat and
later i . f i.-sliuq a n-volver with which to
blow- out bis brains, which was refused
him m yendorff took the poison.
Meyendorff, who comes fr..m a promi
nent Russian lamiix has been In the serv
ice of ihe United siates Government since
the . l-.se of the Civil war He is S nephew
oi General Meyendorff, now in command
of a Russian dlvialph In the war with
Japan M.-vejidoirT had made arrange
ments to leave lids afternoon for Bort
im,i ore., to do spoclnJ. work In ih land
fraud cases on the coast
WANT TO SEE ROOSEVELT.
Citizens of Tuskegee, Ala . Extend
Invitation to tho President.
TUSKEGEE, Ala.. Dec; -Tho City
Council Of Tuskegee unanimously passed
a resolution today Inviting President
Roosevelt to visit Tuskegee on his South
ern trip, and has appointed a commit
tee of three lo present the invitation In
"This Invitation Is in connection with the
on olread presented by the Tuskegr
Institute for Negroes, located nt Tuske
gee, of wimh Booker T. Washington is
Police Chief Killed
SHUSH A Russia, Dec. 28. Police Chief
Sakaroff was killed on the main street
hem ii o- rnoi nlnjj
and requested him t. recover the money
The chl.f ordered an Investigation and
the following .b. through the efforts of
detectives the money was returned.
Po Chief Lynch, Bouton stated that ih-
IJ400 ttns oil the money he had left. "Mj
wife has diamonds, upon which i can
raise or Wl any lime," lie said, but
I hale lo do It."
Mi and Mrs Bouton remained In Salt
..k. Horn Jul: M to Ji Hnuton stat. d
lhat his home was In New Orleans and
thai he was bent for bis health
The woman ulc all.. I ..I police head
quarters Inst summer tallies closely In
description with the woman whose body
v. ls round on ( utlcr mountain, according
I,, t'hl-f I. such. If It is the same party,
ii is possible lhal Bouton went against
Ihe "tiger" In Colorado Springs and lost
his money, afterwords killing his wife
lor the purpose of securing hr diamonds.
THE OBLIGATIONS OF YESTERDAY.
to Quit Diplomacy
Intends to Resign the English Mis
sion Soon After Inauguration of
LONDON. Dec 28. While numerous
Statements have been published here that
Embassador Choate Is about to retire from
diplomatic circles It can lie said that Mr.
Choate has not sent his resignation or any
communication on the subject to President
Roosevelt or the State department, nor
has he received any Inquiry either from
the President or Secretary Hay concern
ing his future plans.
It can be safely asserted, however, that
it Is Mr. Ohoate's Intention to tender his
resignation soon alter the Inauguration of
l 'resident Roose trail
"Six years Is a longtime slice out of the
life of a man of my age,' said M' Choate
recently to friends here, "and while l
have (iiod the life and the people I
have met in Knglund. I have determined
to go home and devote the remainder or
my time lo looking after my ow n affairs.
PRINCESS RADZ'.WILL SUES.
To Bring Action Against Executors of
LONDON. Dec 28. The Dally Chronl
, i, says that Princess Radilwlll has de
cided to bring action against the execjj
tors of the estate of Cecil Rhodes, with
the object of vindicating her charactei
from accusations m connection with her
ix rsonal relation- with Mi Rhodi
Princess Catherine Radziwlll was sen
Ir.nced to two years' Imprisonment by tne
Bupn me court" of ('ape C ty April 80
1902 for forgery In con Hon with not.-s
riurportlng to have been Indorsed by Mr.
Rhodes It was alleged by the Lohdou
papers that the death of Mr, Rhodet s u
on. to the worry which she . insed him
-,nd to the fact that he was obliged t..
ntturn to South Atri... in the notte t
v lather to prosecute tho case against
ADD1CKS A CANDIDATE.
Announces That He Is in Race for
United States Senatorship.
DOVER. Del., Dec. Vi. The Delaware
Legislature will meat tomorrow In special
session to amend an act relating to Judg
ment liens In Kent and Sussex counties.
Caucuses were held tonight J. Edward
Ad. licks announced In the I nlmi Repub
lican caucus that he Is still in the COntt
for United States Senator, and all but
four members of tjhe caucus are said to
have voted to support him.
The regular and I'nlon Republicans
riii.d to reach anj agreement s to the
distribution of offices In the organization
of ihe Legislature
COURT HOLDS THE MONEY.
Shipbuilding Trust Claimants Must
Fight It Out.
Special to The Tribune
NEW YORK. DSC. i.-Th.. Supreme
court has decided to hold SS8.000 Of mone)
seem c.i as subscriptions to ths shipbuild
ing trust b John W Young to enable Ihe
numerous claimants lu tlfcht It out In
Hunters Will Kill
Government Contracts With Two Men
to Rid Yellowstone Park of
These Beasts of Prey.
Spst lal to The Tribune,
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo.. Dec. 28.
Homer CIT, a prominent Meeker, Colo.,
trapper and hunter and brother of John
Golf, who guided President Roosevelt
tome years ago. ls here on a visit.
Mr. Ooff states that he and his brother
have a contract with the Government to
hunt In Yellowstone park. Montana, for
four years, and will receive a bounty of
5 "ii each mountain Hon the) kill. In ad
dition to a salary of $7". a month each for
theh work In exterminating the lynx and
mountain lions which have become a
menai e to the young elk and deer In the
They are preparing to begin the work
soon and will take a big pack Of hunting
dogs with them. The lams have become
so plentiful as to Imperil the llvt-s of visi
tors to the park and the Government con
siders their extermination an urgent necessity.
DECIDE TO BURN COTTON.
Two Million Bales to Be Used as Ma
terial for Bonfires.
PORT gainks. Ga.. Dei 28. The farm
ers and merchants of this counts met to
day at Fort Gaines and decided to burn
their shar.- of 2,000,000 bales of sin plus cot
ton. A starter waei made today When a
bonfire was made or cotton on the streets
of Port Gaines, it is not yet determined
Where it will Stop
The farmers have decided to set I h- pace
and are moving determinedly A large
crowd paraded with much spectacular
ceremony. The object ls to show that the
farmers are ready to sacrifice a few bales
for the beneilt of the masses.
REPUBLICAN WILL CONTEST
Notice Filed Upon Democratic Ccn-gressninn-Elect
P.ALTIMi RE, iJec. 2S. -Congressman
William H. Jackson, Republican, today
served formal notice upon Thonmn A.
Sndth, Democrat, that he would contest
the seal in the iif ty-ninth Congress, for
the Firm district of Maryland. Mr Jack
son denies that Mr Smith was legally
elected, alleging that trick ballots were
ucd Mr. Smith's plurality In the dlsirh t,
as given to the State Canvassing board,
New Gieek Cabinet Formed.
ATHENS Dec 28. A new Cabinet has
been formed, with Delyannls as Premlet
and Minister Of the Interior Sfcouz. - as
Minister of Foreign Affairs. Mavroml
challa as Mlnbtei of War and ad Interim
Minister of Marine. Carapanos as Min
ister of Justice and ad Interim Mlnlstei
of instruction, and Gouparakls as Minis
ter of Pins .
Texas Cattleman Fails.
BHERMAN, Tex., Dec. 28, -45, T Morris,
a well known cattleman of Gainesville,
Cook county, lodav tiled a pellllon In
bankruptcy He iits hio liabilities at
14,700 and his assets at. 16000 all exempt
Cousin of an Earl
Sentenced to Jail
Made Brutal Assault Upon Passenger
in Crowded Car Who Bumped
LONDON. Dec. IS. A. E. Craven, a
cousin of the Karl of Craven, son-in-law
ot Mr anil Mrs. Bradley-Martin, former
1 of New York, has been sentenced to
twenty-one days in Jail for a brutal as
sault on a fellow passenger on a train.
The plaintiff, while entering a crowded
Car bumped against Mr Crav en s km c
with his grips Mr, Craven offensively
demanded an apology, and upon receiv
ing a refusal struck Ihe plaintiff In the
face Mr Craven then loudly proclaimed
himself a gentleman whose name would
b, found In in-hritt and a cousin of the
K.-.ri of Crevi n "
The plaintiff declared that Mr. Craven s
cenduct was not that of a gentleman.
I Whereupon Mr. Craven dealt him a vlo
b nt blow on the nose, drawing lilood
The magistrate, in sending Mr. ( raven
t.. jail, characterized the assault as most
unjustifiable and most blackguardly, for
wnlch a tine was quite Inadequate.
j CARGO CONTRABAND OF WAR
j Mongolia Sails for Orient With Sev
eral Distinguished Passengers
SAN FRANciscii, Dec, 28. The steam
ship Mongolia sailed today for ihe Orient
with about .n.ii'xi tons of chpgo, Including
pig lead, machinery, structural steel,
leather and cotton, which have lx-cn de
clared contraband of war by Russia.
Among the :7.", passengers were Prince
Fushlml Of Japan and his stile. ATCh
l Ish'op Aglus. apostoll. delegate to Ihe
Philippines; I-hut. -Commander J, B
Bllsh. I" S. N ; Commander Culb n of the
British navy, ind Episcopal Bishop John
M Kim, who Is relurulm; lo Toklo
There were a I irue number of Japan, BS
tissemhled at the I '.-I,-1 it, - Mall companCs
dock to bid Prince Fushlml farewell, lb-
took with him two fine riding horses, pre
n nt' d to him here- The Mongolia carried
about SI.'.io.ikmi In treasure.
KISSED THE WRONG GIRL.
Young Man Sent to Jail for Thirty
Days for This Offense.
MOBILE. Ala.. Dec. 28. James Robin
son was sent to Jail today for thirty days
for an assault. The offense for which he
was committed was kissing a young wo
man against hi r will at Bayou la Bntre,
this county, during a party.
SAILS WITH HIS BRIDE.
Earl and Couniess of Suffolk Pas
sengers on Steamship Baltic.
NEW YORK Dec. 28. The Earl of
Suffolk and bis hi ide. formerly Miss
Daisy Nancy Belter, sailed for Europe
today on the steamship Baltic
Not a Single Suit for Divorce.
CHICAGO. Dec. 2?t. For the first time
In years not a suit for divorce was be
gun in Chicago yesterday often as high
as forty BU3h action are brought In a da
The usual number of civil suits were
Take Poison Under
One Man Dies, Leaving Widow and
Children, and the Other, a
NEW YORK. Dec 2S.-Orista A. Weed,
said to be Interested In the manufacture
.f gas meters i-i Boston, died at a hospi
tal here today of morphine poisoning
Weed ami a companion named Benjamin
J Riley of Springfield, Mass, were tukOn
to the hospital from ihe Grand Union ho
tel. Both were suffering from the ef
fects of the drug. Weed died without
recovering consciousness. Riley was
si on i ovivel.
in a statement made tonight to the
Caronor Rile) Is quoted u.s saying that
he and w. .- i had entered into a suicide
pact and that they came to this city
rrpm Boston on Sundav with the Inten
tion of committing shields together in
Dlspati hi a from Beaton and Providence
show that Weed was highly connected.
1 lie wife of former Gov. Sprague of
Rhode Island was his sister. Another
sister the widow of the late Col.
Whoaton Of Washington Weed is ie
puted to be wealthy. He leaves a widow
and two hildren. Weed was about JJ
years old ami Riley is 28. The latter say
he was i bank clerk
Rllev said lliej had been chums since
childhood. Both had met with reverses,
and while discussing their Ill-SUCCeSS In
I', (toil last Sunday ihcy decided to m-
mit suicide t2" tnei
PAPA DIDN'T CARE.
But Isabel Cowie Thought She'd Elope
and She Did
Special to The Tribune
DENVER. Colo., Dec. 28. Secretary of
state James Cowls was called to a tele
phone this morning and notified by his
daughter that she had acquired the name
Oi Mrs. Isabel Redding, through her mar
ilage I.. Edwin F Bedding, an architect
of Boulder. The young woman worked In
her father's office. Yesterday aho met
hi r lover after quitting, and Ihcv went to
i oloia.lo Spline,-,, where ihcv were mar
Mrs. Redding sought parental forgive
ness and a blessing by telephone and was
(uccessful Mr Cowie said today, when
told of to. elopement, that it was un
necessary, as neither he nor Mrs Cowie
Bought lo prevent Miss Isabel from mar
rying the man of her choice.
Russian Embassador Celebrates Fifty
Years in Diplomatic Service
WASHINGTON, Dec. 28. Count Coastal,
the Russian Embassador, today cele
brated the fiftieth anniversary of his en
try into the Russian foreign service.
A mess nger from the white House
brought to the embassy a letter of hearty
congratulation from Rresldent Roosevelt
upon the Embassador's halt ;l century of
service to his Government and also an
autograph letter from the President and
a brilliant assortment of Bowers from tin
while House conservatory i sent by Mrs.
Old Soldier Frozen to Death.
KANSAS CITY, Dec. 28. Carl Moller,
an Inmate or the National Military home
at Leaven worth, and a former member of
companj '. Forty-ninth Illinois Infantry,
was found under s drift of snow, frozen
to death, at the home today.
TESTIFY AS TO I
LAND FRAUDS I
Congressmsn Go Before I
Grand Jury. I
Senator Mitchell and Repre
sentativs Hermann Final
Refused Information as to Charges
and Accuseis, and Treated as
Other Witnesses Were. j
PORTLAND. Or.. Dc. 28. Bent with
his more than three score years' and ten.
and leaning upon the arm of his law
partner, tho white haired senior Senator
from Oregon. John H. Mitchell, who for
tho better part of a quarter of a cen
tury has represented his State in th
Federal Congress, today went into the
Gov ornment's Inquisitorial chamber to tell
what ho knew concerning frauds which
the Government he has served so long
believes have been perpetrated upon it In
the acquisition of lt-s public land.
Tired and careworn he came from the
Jury room at the noon hour, only to re
turn lu the afternoon. Later, when the
Senator left tho courthouse, apparently
nervous and worried. It was said that the
Investigation. BO far as Mr. Mitchell waj
concerned, had ruled
Shown No Special Favor.
What transpired In that chamber Is un
known, further than lhat Mr. Mitchell
went Into It with no more favor than
would have been extended the humble.t
citizen of his country. Neither his re
quest that he. bo confronted with any tCS
tlmony that the Government may have
found to his detriment nor that he bo
furnished with the names of his alleged
BXOUBers was granted.
Whether he was allowed to make any
exculpatory statement ls not known Tho
Jury is sworn to secrecy, and Heney and
Hall, the Government's attorneys, rdfused
to make- any statement whatever of what
transpired Mr. Mil. hell, the only other
person who knows, went directly to his
apartments In the Hotel portion. 1 and
refused absolutely to receive callors.
Didn't Worry Hermann. I
The rest of the afternoon with tho
jurors might have been a session of Con
gress for all the effect It appeared to have
upon Congressman Dinger Hermann. He
appeared shortly after 2 o'clock In tho
afternoon and wnt into seclusion In thu
Inner office of the District Attorney, af
ter he had greeted a few acquaintances
In the otit. r office and the hall
When called to the jury room he shook
hands with those whom In knew In tho
corridor and patted Mr Heney heartily
on the back. When the session had
closed for the day Mr Hermann remained
in the Jurv loom f,.i cnie dm.-, i-ouvers-Ing
with Mr. Heney and the Jurors,
among whom h. found several with whom
he h ol be-n acquainted In various parts
of the State
The time of the Jury will be taken up
by Mr Hi rmahn for the greater part of
the forenoon tomorrow, but it Is thought
that be will have told his story by the ftH
Refused to Tell. H
The i ;,, . ernni'-i.t, so far as r. known, did
not recede from Its stand, announced yes
terday, to the effect thai it would neither
make known lis witnesses Lo Senator
Mitchell and Mr Hermann nor tell tl
aught of tlie case. In fact. It Is dot
though! thai the testlmonj of Mitchell or I
ibrmuiin's alleged connection with th
land l mud COSeS has ii8 yet been laken up
by the jurv- specifically. It Is BUD 'I
that a great deal of what has been told
the Jurors by many Of the witnesses who
1 1 .v I ., .-n examln.-d prior i tills time has
had an Indirect bearing on the case.
It Is thought that Senator Mitchell and
Mr. Hermann were given this opportunity
to give their testlmonj and answer any
questions which might be asked by the
Jury before the case Itself has been
brought th-lore it. In order to enable the
Congressmen to return to Waahlrigton in
ilm. for the reconvening of Congress.
Time to Plead and Get Bail
Some of the men Irdh ted Tin iday af
ti moon have appeared and will give ih
HoOf) bonds fixed bv tin- court. S. B. Onus
by of Sal.,m wa" given live days In which
I.. . rvter his plea anil was also allowed
one day to secure ball. In the meantime
he was released on his own tecognlxancsi.
C. S Boomls of Eugene gave his bond
Mayor W. H Davis of 'Albany did not
r, ach tin- city today as expected Prober
bly lie will arrive In Portland tomorrow,
when he will give bond. JH
tii orge Sorenson ls reported to have re-liiru.-d
to Porllanil today, but hits not as
yet made ills appearance.
At the conclusion of the hearing of Mr.
Hermann tomorrow It is thought that ths
Government win examine Special Agent
Valk of Washington D. C . who lus been
In Portland for a month waiting to give
There are nOW many witnesses In thu
cltv waiting lo le taken before the Jury',
vbil. it Is understood that many more will
p.- brought from various parts of ih
Slate us fast as wanted.
ONE MAN DROWNS.
Barge Turns Over Wliilo Men Were
Loading Asiatic Liner.
PORTLAND, Or., Dec. 2S. The barge
Monarch, moored alongside the Portland
and Asiatic liner Arabia, turned turtle
today and one of the six men working on j
ih. Monarch were drowned.
The barge was loaded with VO tons of
which was being transferred to the H
h.d. I oi the steamship. Without warning
ihe Monar h turned completely over, and
all but one of the men escaped. The a cl
dent was BO sudden, however, that the
Hith man was caught bj . oat falling upon
him and with it was carried to the Ih.i- ih
tom of the river and drowned His body
has not been reccvered.
II was -aid bj Hi" coal ...mpallV lhat
thi gangs are assigned to the company's
dlrferenl bargow ucrordlngl) tholr Ser
Vices nr.' demanded and as the time sheet
Is not made up until the men knot k Off at
night, the companv had no record of Ihe
name oi ilu- man drowned. The cause of
the accident i nut known. agH