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K UTAH STATE NEWS
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IjljH A Commercial club has been organ
lzed at Amcrlcnn Fork.
JpjH Tho new Masonic tcmplo at Ogilon
lias been formally opened.
Sidney Dlack's saloon at Klmbcrlcy
IjljH was destroyed by 11 ro Inst week.
IjljH Moroni farmers are contracting to
H r'ant 000 acres of beets this year, fac-
HHJ tory or no factory.
B Tho peoplo of Canlvlllo will voto
M 16,000 additional bonds to pay off tho
M Indebtedness on tho electric light
m James Evans, a miner well known
H In Utah, wns found dead In his bed at
H Park City. Death was duo to natural
HJHJ Tho wool growers of Fountain
H Green havo formed an association for
H tho purpose, of selling their 190G clip
HHJ James Evans and Dan Sullivan met
H death In tho Silver King mine at Park
HHJ City last week from nitroglycerins
H Frank Mazza, on trial In Bait Lake,
H City for killing Joseph Vntrella, Sep-
HHJ tembcr 5, 1905, has been convicted of
H J6o Stanley and ltcnry Doyle, whllo
HHl coasting In Park City, ran Into a horso
HHJ and wcro sovcroly Injured. Tho
HHJ horse escaped Injury.
HJHJ Burglars, using skeleton keys, en-
HHJ tcred tho mcrcantllo hoiiBe of I. L.
H Clark & Sons at Ogdcn, and got away
H with Bllka valued at $600.
HHJ. Hoy Gray, aged 24, a resident of Og-
HHj den, fell from a train at Uucna Vlsto
H Colo., his foot being so badly crushed
HHJ that amputation woh necessary.
HHJ Miss Gay Nowcomb and Mrs. C. F
HHJ Golst wcro both slightly Injured as
HHJL the result of tho overturning of o
! coasting schooner In Park City.
r At a special meeting of tho count)
HHV commlsslonerb of Ucuvor county,,
HHJ D. Farnsworth was appointed coiintj,
HHJ assessor, vlco A. J. Lewis, resigned.
H David II. Allen was killed whllo
HHJf hauling gravel near Salt Lnko City,
HHJ tho wagon turning over, tho yoking
HHJL jAman being burled beneath tho 1 Cad ot
wtCTVAnnHracturcrs & Merchants
HH l&a&BcUtion lias taken up lie work of,
H $ictta'g the buslnesii nen or Sail
HHK Lahe7eity from tho' advertising
A grafteriS"' '' . '
H -. jj,.
There aroA great nfiny coyotes bo-
H ing ltllled'ftvTS&itySa'jlacollclU,
V as thoy nrjeeryiwiwarousJjMdJbandi
HHK of as hlgU'MVtwStffeJbcbn sgou
HH at ono tlmc!- 'V' 'J
HHJ Oscar Schoenfohr, N a Salt Lake
HHJr ' printer, while leaning oN.'ci rovolvlng
HHH chaftlngVas caught In Vie machinery
HHF andCeforo ho was rescued, sustained
HHJ pjUnfjpKfnjurleg. I ,
'i.cW'bell, emploVcd r"lu tho
K.. the1 KfStfjja- toJtjjFflfowwa
H Tho s'rlculturaL department "will
B BcndJfho1ogistVnlto to ytah to in-
HHJf rYetlWe'?V? blight known 'as tho
PUlUKIiadyBbadeVtrecs or Utah.
vT V Ja- proposition WWcforo tho Provo
HHJ v' city council looklBJf to, Increasing tho
HHJ ' pollco forco for .theViufposo of afford-
HHJ ing tho churches atliltl5naf' protection
HHJ from hoodlums, uwlpy nights.
HHm . , ""'352't '
HJ The ImwewlflHBSfj; colored
HHJ marble lnjflyO4crpn'nro being
HH&S opened upAuMkprQmoters nro snn-
HH gulno that 3ho marbln business will
HHv ebortly become IyogpnV greatest In-
M and 14 years dtirlnkVtho first ten
HJ years following tioVldoptlon of tho
KS free school law ifit tt(o state.
- John Moyerkond'o. H. Itumsby,
r convicted pf yrlnlrnal conspiracy In
- conncctlowl) th'o bounty frauds ot
M 1904, In (3.ly LaUo county, havo boon
B fccntenciT servo one year each In
H tho coyotyfjMi;
ft IinriaVogM of ,Salt. ,Ukc City
M is deilt6ttho.rcsult:aof'failndown
.v a n,?V.$Mtr,r8w"h,'n P'ckffl.Vp It
H ' wns'4C)iiat he Vas paralysed from
M thol'nqoMown, uutUlcsplto tuich', in-
tM Jurlds VUlrred for txtluys. V, 'l
H A movement Is uiKlrvay for' tlios-
H tabllshment of a Coirinicrclal club In
l Payson. -, , i 'i
B Ilhody Allen, a miner In tiio naly,:
B Judge mlno, at Party),yB caukh,
B hy a cave-In. Uo BJHtalu'i'l a brolwn
K onklo and was B0We 'bijUsgcl.lv'
H Wlllard P. inkwKut'lk'K
H railroad crossing Atil'dpic atJLaxto
A recently, Is rccvoiinfjui theScX
H Of being struck hmjp$mr and hrjrl
H f'frty feet BgalnstP(J WlillevHlSj
inirles were pamfMiapwlll bo ouM
gen soon. lJ ,V M
F CbArles Btotololw wio attenwaV
k tulclde in Bait rfJtj'i cuttiniCMaJ
roaPwIth a 1jmfk aSpWY
FIVE KILLED III "
Runaway Frciglit Crashes In
to Passenger Train Near
Every Coach In Passenger Train
Burned and Exoress Messenger
Burned Alive While Rescuers
Were Trying to Pull Him
Out of the Wreck.
Helena, Mont. A runaway freight
train on the Northern Pacific crashed
Jnto a passenger train Monday about
two nnd n half miles from here, result
ing in tho denth or thrco passengers,
whoso names arc known, nnd ot two
others who were burned In tho wreck
nnd whose names havo not yet been
learned. The known ilcud: J. S. Rob
inson or Missoula: Charles Hrlckle,
conductor on passenger; S. J. Jessup,
Edward Brown or this city, brake-
tnnn, wns so seriously Injured It Is
hought ho will die. Other passengers
were slightly injured.
Every coach In tho passenger train
wos burned nnd to freight train,
which wuh mndo up of cars loaded
with lumber, wns also burned.
Tho passenger train preceded tho
freight out of Austin, about eight
Snllcs west of Helejin. At Austin the
cnglno was detuchotl from tho freight
There Is a heavy grado from Austin
to Helcnn and tho freight got loose.
ITho passenger trnju was waiting nt n
crossing, when tho freight came thun
dering down, lyoro It could get out
of tho way thorelght crushed Into It,
throwing nil t . passenger cars Into
5!l'flio,passrenger cnglno becamo un
wmdlor uari kept on the track ahead
orttM.friMghK&STtPr ,ho freK,u "'''
VfflKSMftfl?K4F a m" bc'oml lUo
pSlnKer.wfoieVNlt went Into the ditch
uud caURhtrcV A corload of shingles
wns dumped on tho passenger train
wreck nnd made n tcrrlllc lire.
i Messenger Jessup wns burned alive
while four pcnpln wero trying to pull
(him out of tho wreck. He was caught
itinder wreckago and could not bo
V-'WPULD CONCILIATE CHINA.
Revision of Regulations for Admission
of Chinese Planned.
Washington. Secretary Mctcalf of
tho department of commcrco nnd labor
hns taken most Important action,
which Is expected to nmcllornto con
siderably the frletlon between this
coiuiiry nnd China and perhaps cnuso
tho abandonment of tho nntl-Ainerlcnn
boycott, when ho approved tho report
of tne special commissioners com
posed of Assistant Secretary Murray,
Solicitor Sims nnd Illchnrd Qampbell
or (he bureau or Immigration, provid
ing; for u radical rovlBlon or tho ox
.lsthip regulations under which Chi
nodo may enter nnd resldo In thjs
.coyltry. Tho commission's report
tovhes by way or either excision or
an: minion t twenty-four of the existing
ra-iilntlons, tho changes being inady
In.f.ho direction of liberalization. t
Fought In Church.
jTarls. Mm. Do Dllly nnd Petit wcro
olch sentenced to six months' IniprlB
oment nnd n lino or $40 for connec
tion with tho recent disturbances nt
tiio church of St. Hoch, when nn In
cntory of tho property of tho church
vns being mndo In conformity with
'jho church nnd state separation law.
,overaI other persons wero given sen
tences rnngtng from two to six months
and fines of $10 for resisting tho com
missioners nt St. Clothlldo'B church.
Aceuted of Kidnaping Women.
'VaS'ra'ciclsco. Captains ot whaling
ArMMlcrhvo been accused or kidnap
jfiJfhsBliTeJrAlaskun women nnd tho
UnttiiS. States government has ordered
a rigorous Investigation. Collector
Stratton has recolved Instructions
rrom tho department or conimorco nnd
labor ordering him to Investigate tho
matter and nrrest tho offenders. Tho
charge Is mndo In n roport to tho de
partment by Captain Hamlot or tho
rovenuo cutter Ilcnr, who cruised la
northern waters during tho winter.
Three Killed and Two Injured.
Salt Lako City. In n denso fog nnd
without a moment of warning tho sec
ond section of freight train No. 81
crashed Into tho rear of tho first sec
tion nt Ileryl, Utah, on tho Salt Lako
Houto nt 4:30 Monday morning, kill
ing tho conductor and both brnkemonj
of tho first section and Injuring two
inon who wcro traveling on tho train.
T)io engineer and flroman nn tho sec
ond section escaped by Jumping rrom
tho cnglno when thoy saw n collision
was Inovltublo, and thus theMlst of fa
talities Is minimized.
Anna Gould Wants Divorce.
Parls. Countess Donl do Caslejlnno
formerly Anna Gould) ontci'edjjii plea
dlvorco Monday. npprpaeWnitlves
dho countess nnd tln y)& ni
klte&sd boforo a Judgo wjffi;Mrdlng
k-W.l10 Trench law, endctififtinto ar
BBjakftyii reconciliation mJifJBlowIng
KyfjVcfpo suit to l'7rjW-iljK?H BtlU
ffitfe'Judge'B orrtf-tBjKjl'ot BUCt
(Skhd that thjteMtHSrocecd
mMm&e or m. KSMPdivorcii
.PWngs jyert it t' JPilMHiHH
CASTRO WON'T STAND
FOR FRANCE'S BLUFF
Cald to Have Issued Orders to Fire
Upon the First French Vec
sel That Is Seen.
Wlllcmstud, Island or Curncoa.
Passengers on tho Itcd "D" lino steam
er Philadelphia, rrom New York Jan
uary 20 and I.n Guara, Venezuela,
which arrived here Sunday from tho
latter port, report that President Cas
tro Is making every posslblo war prep
aration. They said thnt orders have
been Issued to lire on tho first French
vessel sighted cruising In Venezuelan
Castro, It Is asserted, regards tho
whole French movement ns n "bluff"
and says he "will not bo bluffed" and
will retaliate, prohibiting the Importn
lion of French goods Into Vcnezueln.
UNIONIST PARTY SPLIT UP.
Balfour and Chamberlain Agree to
London. That there Is n split In
tho Unionist party Is recognized ns nn
existing fact by tho Unionist newspa
pers. They say It Is definitely known
that Mr. Ualfour and Mr. Chamberlain
havo ngrced to disagree and that it Is
believed Mr. Chamberlain will with,
drnw from his adhesion to Mr. Balfour
and orgnnlzo n separate party on tar
iff reform. This, It Is ndmlttcd by tho
Standard, tho Morning Post and othor
Unionist newspapers, will bo tho only
courso'opeu to Mr. Chamberlain un
less. Indeed, .Mr. Ualfour decides to
call a meeting of tho party and pllow
Its members to decldo tho question or
BOYCOTT BREAKS OUT ANEW.
Chinese Discharge American Director
Pekln. Yuan Shi Kal, viceroy or
Chi LI province, hns discharged Pro
fessor C. D. Tennej,',' tho foreign di
rector of education, who organized
the now school system In this prov
lnco and within thrco years mndo It a
model for tho empire. Strong opposi
tion has arisen lately to foreign man
agement of the schools uud particular
ly against Dr. Tcnnoy because ho Is
an Amcrlcnn. Yuan Shi Kal told Dr.
Tcnnoy thnt ho appreciated his work,
but Yuan Shi Knl has so many ene
mies thnt ho could not afford to keep
KILLED BY BAD AIR.
Two Men Meet Death In a Cripple
Crlpplo Creek, Colo. Had air In tho
Bluo Dlrd mlno caused tho death of
two men and the Injury or three others
Sunday. Allen Webster nnd T. Olo
son woro ovcrcomo and wero being
hoisted to tho top when Oleson
tumbled out or tho cngo and wae
dashed to death. Webster expired
from asphyxiation befpro tho cage
reached tho surface. Fred Ilenjnmln
was waiting to be hauled to tho open
Ing at tho top of tho shaft, when In
somo unaccountable way ho became
wedged between tho slintt wall and
tho cngo and wns badly crushed about
tho body. Ho may not recover.
Large Tract Is Withheld for Irriga
Washington. The secretary or tho
interior has withdrawn rrom nil forms
of disposal 500,000 acres of public
land In Utah for Irrigation nnd forest
reservo purposes, as follows: Twc
hundred and thirty thousand four
hundred ncrcs In tho Salt Lake land
district, for Irrigation purposes, and
'J70.000 acres for tho proposed Pavant
forest reserve, nlong tho Pavant
rnngo, between Richfield nnd Fillmore.
ONE DEMAND GRANTED.
Ruisla Will Abolish Capital Punish
ment, But Not Siberian Banishment.
St. Petersburg. Tho abolition of
capital punishment by tho civil trib
unals of Russia, which was ono ot tho
main demands or reform parties, will
soon bo nn accomplished fact. The
project will bo considered this week
by tho council or tho empire, nnd
,thero Is n strong chnnco that It will
bo approved and signed by tho emperor.
BLUE LAWS IN INDIANA.
Man Arrested for Shining Shoes, at
Terro Haul1. Ind. As-n result ot
tho strict onfoi cement of tho Sunday
closing law thirty-seven offenders
woro arrested Sunday Hotels, res
taurants, drug stores nnd novs Blinds
wero tho only business houses upon.
Twenty-four linkers wcro among thoso
arrested. Ono tnnn wns arrested for
shining shoes and another for wash
ing a buggy at a Hvory stable
Russian Rebels Foolish Enough to
8t. Petersburg, Vanity proved tho
undoing of it-ores of tho LottH lenders
during a icrvlco Immortalizing their
connection with tho armed Insurgent
military maneuvers. Tho leaders wjto
photographed In groups wearing he
uniforms, and theso pictures BUbse-t.
qucntly foil Into tho hnnds of thefau
thorltlea who thus easily trncod the
originals and tried, them by curt
Standard Oil Magnate Upheld
by Court in Contempt
Another Chapter In the Movement by
Missouri Officials tp Oust Com
pany From Doing Business
In That State.
New York. A decision that Henry
II. Rogers, vice president of the Stan
dard Oil company or New Jersey, Bhnll
not bo compelled to answer questions
which ho recently refused to nnswer
In the taking of testimony here In tho
enso or the state ot Missouri ogalnst
tho Stnndnrd Oil company or Indlnnn
and other oil companies, was handed
down on Wednesday by Justice Glider
sleovo In the supreme court. Tho ap
plication to compel Mr. nogers to an
swer tho questions wero made by At
torney General Hadley or Missouri.
Tho compnnles affected in this caso
nro the Standard Oil company of In
dlnnn, the Wnters-Plerce Oil company
nnd tho Republic Oil company. Tho
stato or Missouri seeks to oust them
from doing business In Missouri.
Tho application was denied for the
reason that In Justice Gildcrslccvc's
opinion the court of original Jurisdic
tion In Missouri should determine the
qucston raised by Mr. Hadl6y. Leave
to rcnow this application was granted
CANADA IS INDEPENDENT.
Has Given Up Idea of Reciprocity
With United States.
Washington. A discussion of com
mercial conditions between the United
States and Canndn was held nt the
Whlto House between tho president
nnd Jnmes McMullcn, n member or the
Canadian senate, who wa presented
by Senator Warner or Missouri.
"A few years ngo," said Senator Mc
Mullcn, "a strong movement wns
started for reciprocity between tho
United States nnd Canada, but with us
tho subject now Is scarcely mentioned.
Our peoplo aro becoming convinced
that they must look abroad for an out-
let for their surplus products.
"Our producers are ablo now to lay
down In Great Britain fruit, fresh
meats nnd other perishable stuff In as
good condition as wo can put them
Into tho United States. Thoy aro build
ing up a lino oxport business and, are
TURNS OVER H"lS COMMAND.
Major General Corbln Leaves the
Manila. Major General Corbln has
relinquished command ot the military
division of tho Philippines to Major
General Wood and sailed for Hong
kong, accompanied by his personal
staff. Tho transfer or command wns
mado with impresstvo ceremony nt
Fort Santiago. Army and navy offi
cers, clergy and business men nnd
others from civil llfo wcro present.
For tho first tlmo In tho chnngo of
commanders thero was no parudo of
STEAMER STRIKES MINE.
German Vessel With Russian Troops
Has to Put Back.
Berlin. Herr Uallln, director of tho
Hamburg-American line, announced
Wodncsday afternoon thnt tho German
stenmer Silvia, of that lino, which loft
Vladivostok Monday with a largo num
ber of Russian troops, who wcro re
turning home, struck a mlno nnd had
to return, In a sinking condition, to
Vladivostok, whero sho wns run
nshoro In order to prevent hor becom
ing a totnl loss. With tho oxcoptlon
or n cook, no lives nro mentioned as
having been lost.
SNOW BLOCKADE RAISED.
First Train for Two foufcjfGcta Into
Durango, Colo. ThoBBtjblock
ado which hns existed Sffis this
city nnd Sllverton for nt&rcftwo
weeks wns raised on Wep)MkiVnnd
a double-header freight trcllillcVo
over tho Illo Grando rnilrorfAr'jj'fJ-
vcrton. Tho cars wero 1ondvc2prl4f4
pally with coal, nnd this BUjpyTwwtl
avert tho fuel fnmluo which KM&Msii
threatened In tho Sun Juan mJiWw
camps. Tho blockndo was cauvedlto
cxtcnslvo snowslldes in Anlmarbmj
yon. J4' v
Wool Growers After Teddy. Ififo
Denver. Resolutions condomnlfiu.
President Roosovclt's policy of tnxln9(
stockmen for grazing on forest rdj'
serves wero adopted by tho oxecuttvo'
commlttco of tho National Wool Grow
crb' association and n commlttco was
appointed to go to Washington and op
poso this mcasuro and advocate rail
road rato legislation. Tho now secrc
ta of tho association hns begun his
campaign to secure every sheep man
In tho United 8(utes ns un active mom
her or tho organization.
WOMAN FOILFD OFFICERSl
IN SPIRIT OF REVENG?
Confessed That Gladney Was Impli
cated In Butte Robbery, and Now
Says Confession Was a
Butte, Mont. Unless tho Utah ot
.fleers, Detectlvo Pender or Ogdcn nnd
iPolIco Officer James Taylor of Salt
Lale, can socuro moro posltlvo wl
donee against Florcnco Hall, a'las
Mrs. J. D. Gladney, and J. D. Gladnpy,
nrresled by them In Ogdcn recently
ns being connected with William jEateM
ley In tho Hennessy holdup, whlqjjftjft
curred hero on Jnnunry 9, t.yjpMj
lose all claim on tho $5,000 rccttfttyl
offered by the Hennessy McrcajUlcl
company for tho nrrest and convlifiwtjl
of the robbers. 3(511
Tho Hall woman, who was PJy
;POsed to havo mado n confcsslollf fm
the Utah officers, now declares utha.l
her alleged confession was a fawlcsil
tlon mndo up of wholo cloth, andksI
neither had sho nor Gladney nnyKUjH
nectlon whatever with tho hold;ffy,
that It will bo an easy mattef to pWWi
an alibi. She soys Bho was (drlvefcitai;
desperation by tho officers who hOtMUbl
ed her, seeking a confcssloti of'-. J
crlmo of which she knew nothing,, W
thnt In a spirit or rovengo bIo EYK
them n fictitious account of tliotrolh
TRANSPORT ON FIRE AT VfHAMJr
Three Lives Lost and Many PerMa'
Injured Boat Had Been Schedultf ?vl
to Sail on Friday. ,jjW
San Francisco. Shortly befor-fJJE
o'clock Wednesday night fire wnsldljK
covered In tho hold of tho United
States transport Meade, which wa'sY(6
have sailedW Manila Friday (vjih'
moro than 1,000 soldiers and a chrjo',
or 3,000 tons or army supplies. ITho'
vessel Is lying at tho Folsom strait
dock, and despite the efforts of trfo
clfy fire department, which came
promptly to tho nld of tho officers and
crew, tho fire wns not entirely extin
guished until 4 o'clock Thursday
morning. Whllo tho dnmngo lo vtho
vessel was not vital, thrco lives were
lost and mnny persons injured.
Tho dead: Captain Charles Dakjn
of San Francisco flro cnglno company
No. 4. Fell unconscious Into tho water
of tho hold and was drowned. Leaves
a wiro nnd fpn. I
Hoscman Thomas Hennessey' of' cn
glno company No. 4. Suffocated to
death whllo fighting tho flro In flio'
hold. Leaves a wlfo and thrco chll-
Third Officer Georgo Walloon of, tho
transport Meade. Suffocate! whllo '
climbing a ladder from tho hold, and I
fell back unconscious, dying a short J
tlmo Inter. Was 25 years of ago ami
a native of Sydney, N. S. W Vs
GUAM VISITED BY TYPHOOfi.
Thirty-One Inches 'of Rain Fell With
In Twenty-Four Hours.
Son Francisco. Advices Lavo Just
been recolved hero from Agnno, aiiam.
that ono of tho sovcrcst tyidmons' lnj
tho history of tho Islund vlsljed Guam
on November 7, lasting through No
vember 8 and tho unprecedented
amount of lilrty-ono Inclicn or rain
fell within twenty-four hcu-s,
For thrco or four days fo'lowlng tho
typhoon n tremendous swjll sot In
from tho westward, breaking over tho
barrier reefs, Inundating tho shores
nnd causing destruction equal, If not
grcnter, than that of the 'typhoon.
Roads, bridges, wharves wofo demol
ished. The beacons, buoys and dny
marks of all descriptions In tho liar
bor of Apro were washed awny or do
mollshed. Lighters and boats wero
stranded nnd washed nshoro.
Murdered by Roommate.
Norfolk, Vn. Tho bodr of i Walter
P. Dolsen, nged 2G yean, dliclmrgod
from tho United Stntcs morino corps
hero recently, after an honorable serv
Ico of flvo years, was en Thursday
found packed Into n truak which had
been purchased by his ulloged mtir.
derer. nnd Into which It was Intended
to plnco Dolsen'h clothlnj nnd ship lh.
wholo from Norfolk bebro the imw,
der could bo discovered Charlen'f'H.f
Taylor, aged 23. a rooiimnto, In inJEJ
cusod of tho crime. 'W
) Roof Caved In. Vlit
Otlsvlllef N. Y -Sovfrnl workfctnj
woro burled undr iniirfies of eartMtf
n ciivc-ln which occurred In tho ljM
railroad tunnel, which '3 now bpjh'ift
constructed nenr horo. Three QCOai
havo been taken 'tram tlo c.wo-ln.fcfljf
two Injured, A great nimbcr of roM
mostly negroes nnd ItaUms, nra t'jejtf,
ployed In digging n tuniol a lulltf-fi
length through u hill n10 Mllml AJ '
.Injured wero removlnj tho dowrh ,
: lifter a blast, when n rortlon ofttyisi
pof of tho tunnel fell t))0n theitay?.;
W. Metcalf Orders InvtstlgitlonKtfjj
Washington. Secretary MetcnHJon
W&lopartmont of comiiorco arJrVflfW
jfcijrViluto Thursday nftoiioon ""W'J
swlnpiigh nnd senrclili Invejrttejp
tlonV&'tho Valencia wrck off lV!
V"W'jnd tho coni'et)f oflcerWT
erqwilt steamship, ,H ycll afjfcfl
oacfrWefotho steamun TopaknMf
QiioeW-Vmkh wont to ho tsalsfK
of tfcwgPMfrY'l vcssol. Hlft
TntVnrW''B nc"- I" uaBBptt
InfortiMLM'Aolvcd b; him thnHkw
lnvesUiBM$Miould b ordereoTf,)Jf j
once. ftGYm fl Vn '
W- J, ' w
furkisPeasants More fo beH
Pitied Than Armenians, H-
I f Sa s Sabaheddine. H
cl'Huvolutions Which HaveH
H)untry for Many Years jW I
Heen Organized M
& of rwers for 'M
I Piilr Own Ends. ;
sr - u
Tarls.Prlnco Snbnheddlnc, a - Xl
ephew of tho sultan of Turkey and II
Hhlcf or the young Turk pnrty, has ad-
BSesscd a letter on the subject or tho M
lsonerntlon or Turkey to Senntor Wl
Rlarre Berthelot, who recently np- HI
I pijnled to President Roosevelt In be- - f
fiiir of tho Armenians. Tho letter K
rttinplalns that the revolutions, which y
Lti-o torn tho country for many years, S'l
H'Q been organised by tho official
Hnts of certain powers for their own f I
Bfds and points out that whlto much 'J
jEnnpathy has been given tho Armc- ( A(
ljnsl tho Turkish pensants nro moro .
yvlbo pitied. The agriculturists, tho 'i(j
'Ll'lcc spys, arc all forced to serve in BWJ
5''lTrniy, and tho women are left to W' flB
so enough to pay tho exorbitant T j
Hflxes. Intelligent and educated Turks v EM
Pitho are trying to gain reforms are ar- l
Jbltrarlly arrested, tortured, banished f$M
and even murdered by Irregular trl- fMM
jbuuals. This persecution, however. m
'oaonly strengthened the movement- j
Ilio reforms Imposed by Uuropo on fl
Tufkey, tho prlnco snys, havo accen. f
t mated tho troubles. Tho Interests ot w
'tho Armenians nnd Turks are Identl- lt
cal. The Kurds being Mussulmans, ifl
bqt not Turks, rnvogo both Armenians H'l
4'nd Turks Indiscriminately, it would jl
UeU great gain, ho snys, If the Kurds,
Jwlvo are tho finest race, could ho at. j
'the'hod to tho soil, ns their ferocity Is 1:1
'direct result of their present so- !
clal condition. Hi
Tho grent and Impcratlvo reform, 9BI
Pclnco Sabaheddine continues, Is ad- Kll
nilhlstratlvo decentralization In the Hi
etjijdro which would permit tho In- Wl
dustrlous inhabitants to cxcrclso cf- 9fjl
;feet!vo control over tho management lisjl
jftjtho locnl affairs and take tho npc- nfrV
isSnry measures to maintain pcrma- a
fiint order and peace.
tf ICuropo and America decided to H
rtervcnc, the letter says In conclu- JjHHH
Blon, they must In justice Intcrvono
infavor ot all tho victims or tho pros- iHJ
:ht regime; besides which Turkey be- BHHj
tldff tho grent link between eastern
ntl western civilizations by reform- W
ilng and bringing her Into line with i v.
modern Idcns. It would effaco tho nn- -f .
'tngonlsm of tho two civilizations. !, ,
nW WOLVES AFTER THEM. F
Two Wisconsin Men Have Narrow T
Escape From Being Devoured. m
Loyal, Wis. Horry Riddel and ft
.Jnmes Cook, prominent citizens of SSI
ynckson county, Wisconsin, had n nar- 99
tow cscapo from being devoured by jijl
iwolves. They hnd been out nil day ffi
Taunting with a number of other men S3
nnd, becoming separated nt dark from fl
tho main party, lost tholr way. They SI
built n. flro to protect themselves. No U
sooner had they dono so than the ills- la
mnl sound of wolves wns heard In tho
distance. Plnclng their backs to a
largo rock, tho men prepared to fight t
for their lives. In ten minutes tht '
forest seemed nllvo with wolves, and
tho two men begnn n llcrco battle ;
After thoy had exhausted their am
munition they fought tho animals with ('
firebrands. Tho romalndcr of tho '
party had gone In search of tho miss- Ji
ing men and appeared on tho sccno &a
just in time to savo them. Fifteen ot tSfM
the wolves wero killed by tho larger "A.
party heforo thoy dispersed.
Priest Gives Up His Life Saving ' ' t,
Ln Sallo, 111. Father Gilbert Simon ,
ot St. Bedo's collcgo nnd thrco stu- t;,
donts woro drowned whllo 3kntlng on
tho Illinois rlvor. Sovcral boys wcro H
itnndlng to havo a photograph taken jHJ
when tho Ico broko nnd nil sank H
Father Simon plunged Into tho water MJ
nul saved live boys, but on ro-enterlng jHJ
trip ley rlvor for n sixth student ho B
Fbecnmo exhausted and ho, with three j
'boys, was drowned. Tho four bodies 9H
'Wero recovered shortly afterword, WM
Heyburn'wBill for Irrigation of Tract l
& Townsltes. M
? ''Washington. Tho sonnto Irrigation fl
cotnmlttco on Saturday ordered a fa- )1
LSforablo report on Senator Heyburn's J
yUl providing for tho segregation of M
fldo-acro townsltes on Irrigation tracts j ( J
'and requiring tho secretary nt tho In- M
'torlor to sell wntcr rights In such Mi
.lowns for municipal and domestic pur- By &
'poses, such water rights to bo bought W' K
Jftul controlled by the towns. Tho bill mmr V g
.nljso authorizes tho sale of wator ln Wr Lm
ifQwns for power purposes. a. rM
Frenchmen Refused to Leave. mw
fVl'ort nu Prlnco, Hoytl. Of five for- JH
HJgners who hnd been ordorod deport- Mgi
tit), n German and nn Austrian woro -IfilrW
ut aboard ship Saturday by tho po- jL
ill co authorities. Tho thrco rnmaln- 'M
'Ing persons, all Frenchmen, toolcror- Mffli
iugo In tho French legation anil re- S
"fused to dopart, ono of them dcclun ,K
'Ing that ho was without means, and 1f
itho other two requesting a delay In i
jirder that thoy might wind ijh-flgM
liffalrs. Tho HaytlngakH