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1 UTAH STATE NEWS
HBB The orgnnizntlon of a runners' and
HBB flock ralHPrs' club for Ephralm wns
HBH completed Inst week.
HBBj An entertainment was given In Snlt
BBH Lake Inst week to rnlso funds for tho
BBj relief of tho starving people In .Japan.
HBBJ A street car collision, caused by
BBBJ slippery rails, occurred In Suit Lake,
HBBj one of tho motormen being badly In-
BBI Tho public schools of Wlllnrd nro
BBfl again open after being closed for a
BBfl week on account of an epidemic of
BBI Joseph Watson, n locomotlvo flro-
BBfl man, whoso homo Is at Wilson, Weber
BBfl I county, fell from his engine, sustaining
BBB serious Injuries.
BBI David Bullock, tho Cedar City stock-
BBfl man who was Injured In tho train
BBfl wreck near Beryl, has abotit even
BBfl chancCB for recovery.
BBfl Tho board of health of I'rovo Is hnv-
BBfl Ing n list of contnglous diseases pub-
BBB llshed In tho local papers for tho In-
BBB formation of tho public.
BBB Senator Sutherland has introduced a
BBB bill to appropriate 100,000 for nddl-
BBfl tional room and facilities for tho post-
BBfl ofllco building at Ogdon.
BBB Frank Mnzza, convicted of voluntary
BBH -I manslaughter for killing Joseph Vatrcl-
BBH i' la, In Salt Lako, has been sentenced
BBB !l to ten years Imprisonment.
BBI Tho Century Printing company, of
H i Bait Lako City, suffered n $10,000 loss
BBI by flro last week, tho blnzo being
BB caused by nn over-heated stove.
BBB Tho number of divorces grnntcd In
BBK i Weber county during 1905 wns HO,
BBP whllo 417 mnrrlago licenses were Is-
BBB ' sued during tho same period of time.
BBB 1, Tho expectoration ordinance Is to
BBB f bo rigidly enforced In Salt Lake, clgh-
BBB teen offenders being arrested In ono
BBfl day last wcok for spitting on the Bide-
BBB'' Mayor Eldrcdgo of Coalville- has
BBB called nn election for March 5 to voto
BBB on tho proposition of rnlslng 15.000 ad-
BBBj dltlonal bonds for the city's elcctrlo
BBfl ' plant
BBK i C. D. Clcgg met with a painful nccl
BBBj v. dent at Park City, caused by an ex
BBBj j plosion of black powder, and his sight
Bfl S will probably bo permanently Injured
BBBB '( u a
BB Provision has been mado for tho
H I grazing of 35,000 head of cattle and
Bl horses, and 450,000 head of sheep In
BBBBV i the Ulntnh forest rcservo during tho
BBBp season of 190G.
BBB'J By tho falling of n scaffold nt New
BBBii house, Charles Lawyer, a carpenter in
BBBj tho employ of the San Pedro Railroad
BBBj company, received serious Intornnl In.
BBB Juries. Two others also wero hurt.
BJ ' Joseph Smith, a Russian, aged 27,
BB , Attempted suicide by shooting in Ogt
BBBB den, but will recover. Ho was ex.
BJ pectlng monoy from the cast nnd bo
BBBfl ; came despondent over Its non-arrival.
M George Graham, a teamster, 53 yearn
BJ of age, was struck by a switch cnglnd
BBB" in Salt Lake City and Instantly killed,
BL For fifty feet Grahum's body was drag
Bf Bed by tho footboard, and was mnng-
BBBfl led beyond recognition.
BBBfl Tho board of county commlsloncrs
BBBfl of Utah county havo appropriated
BBBfl 1150 to build a dam at the mouth ot
BBBfl Powoll's slough In Lako view for tho
BBBfl purpose of converting tho slough Into
flflflfl a spawning bed for bass.
BflB A. J, Goodman, tho Wyoming sheen-
HBBB herder, who was shot In tho foot In tho
BBBB' raid mado upon tho Burnt Fork sheep
BBBB camp by cattlomen January 10, has
BBB left tho hospital In Salt Lnko, having
HBflB , recovorcd from his Injuries.
BBB . The flvo-yoar-old son of Charles An
BBBB derson, of Salt Iako, was crushed by
Bflflj tho falling of a 450-pound box from n
BBBB' ' dray on which ho was hanging, both
BBBfl legs being fractured and his head In-
HHHB Jurcd, but It Is believed he will re-
BBBB Gorge Havorcamp and others of Pro-
flHBBL vo have been exporlmontlng far tho
BHHHft past two years In tho manufacture of
BBBBB molasses from sugar beets, and from
HHHHHt all tho Information obtalnablo Uicy
Br BBfl fioera to have mado a succoss of tho
W-, flfll project.
BjfjH A Salt Lako woman has sued tho
BBJIHJ management of a local thcatro for
HHHHBJ damages becuuso nn actress kicked
BHHHHJ ono of her shoes off, tho shoo striking
HHHHBJ tho woman on tho head and forcing n
HBBBBftr balrpln into her skull. Slio asks for
BDBJ J, F. McCarron, to whom a frnn-
H chlso for an interurban road through
HHHflflj Wober and Davis counties was grant-
H" od last fall, says his road will bo tho
t first interurban lino to connoct Salt
H Lako and Ogdon, and that work will
RAILWAY BUiLOERS WANTED
W- THE WESTERN PACIFIC
New Road From Salt Lake to San
Francisco to Be Pushed to Com
pletion as Rapidly as Possible,
Son Francisco. Throughout tho
Middle West states reports nro in ex
istence that tho Western Pacific rail
road wants 10,000 laborers to build Itn
roadbed between Salt Lako City and
Sun Francisco, and that It Is willing
to help defray their railroad fnro to
bring them out here. Vlco President
nnd Chlof Engineer Doguo of the
Western Paclflc, In discussing the
question of labor, said:
"Tho company will soon want 10,000
men. Mr. Gould wants tho Western
Pacific completed ns soon as possible.
"My cngi erlng forco hna complet
ed Its survey In Nevada, nnd I am
now ready to ij' contracts for the
building of tho tj. lbod In that state.
Consequently wo 11 require thou
sands of laborers. It 's my wish and
'desire, also tho dcslro of Mr. Gould,
to employ whlto labor. If wo cannot
Kct enough men on this const wo must
look elsewhere for them."
TERROR IN SWITZERLAND.
Moving Mountain Threatens Villages
Gcnovn. Tho natives of tho towns
of Chnmoson and Grugnny and sovernl
hamlets belonging to tho canton of
vVnInls nro living In a state of terror,
expecting to bo overwhelmed nt any
moment by the moving mountain
which towers nbovo them.
Already tho springs of water and
tho forest trees havo been submerged
by tho mbvlng mass, which Is far
.greater thnn nny glnclcr over Imag
ined, nnd tho llttlo church of St.
Plcrro has half disappeared In tho
earth. Hugo blocks of stone crush
through the forest nnd through the
From ono to two mlle3 of tho moun
,tnln appears to bo In motion, nnd to'
nvert n terrlblo cntnstropho like that'
which happened u hundred years ago
mcar tho samo plnco the head of tho
bantonnl department of public works
nd several engineers hnvo gone to'
tho aid of tho terrified villagers.
PRIEST MOBBED BY FOLLOWERS.
Riot Started in Church and Continued
at Residence of Churchman.
Chicago. An attack by n crowd ofj
angry Lithuanians upon tho residence
of tho Itov. Edwnrd Stnfunowlcz, n)
Catholic priest, on Sunday, resulted In
Jtho fatal shooting of ono man nnd tho
serious Injury of a number of otherB.
Tho assailants wero nil members of
the church over which the Itov. Staf-i
nnowlcz presided. Dissension nmongj
!tho members of tho congregation over'
,tho control of tho church funds cul-j
knlnated In violence during tho Sunday,
hervlco. Women nro said to hnvoj
opened hostilities by hurllug a mlsslo
nt tho pastor.
Bomb-Throwers Will Be Executed
Odessa. General Kaulbnrs, gover-j
nor gcuornl of Odessa, has Issued a
proclamation declaring that every one,
attempting to kill or killing nn official
by means ot explosives, arms or other
wise, or who Is found in possession
of deadly Implements, will henceforth
bo condemned to capital punishment
without Inquiry or trial. Tho procla
mation covers tho governments of
jKhorson and Odessa, Incluslvo of
fUcssnrabla, Kkaterlnoslav and tho
Wife Beating Bill Tabled.
Washington. Tho houso on Monday
jhnd sport with tho whipping post bill
for wife beaters nnd then laid It upon
the tabic, effectively disposing of It by
u voto of 153 to CO. The most Impas
sioned speech for the monsuro was del
Htvercd by Mr. Hepburn of Iown, whij
.depleted the brutality of tho man win)
"would beat his wife and declared thn',
to bo whipped wns hardly adequate
punishment. Mr. Adams opened tho
discussion with u serious speech In
favor of the bill. All of tho opposing
speeches partook of levity.
Tillman on the Rampage.
Washington. Tho senuto has adopts
cd n Joint resolution reported by Mr
Tillman from tho Bonato committee, on
Interstate commerce, which dlrecta
jfho Interstate commcrco commission,
jo Investigate tho chnrgo of dlscrlmi
Illation and combination in restraint!
irif trade mndo against tho railroads;
Tho adoption of tho resolution wus
preceded by n speech by Mr. Tillman
in which ho practically charged that'
(tho administration was not proceed'
ling in good fulth to secure railroad
Dlspot: of Indian Lands.
Washington. Senntor Cartor has
(Introduced a bill swooping In charnc
iter relntlvo to tho future method o;
dealing with Indian reservation lands.
'It authorize tho president, whonovor
4n his Judgment tho welfare of tho In
jdlnns would bo served, to causo any
Indian reservation to bo surveyed and
;lts lands allotted In soveralty und tho
Remaining hinds opcnol to settlement
land entry. It permits tho Indians to
jloaso tho lands received through ul
liotment for sugar bout culturo.
Other Aspirants for Presi
dency Waiting for the
President Castro Is Said to Be Boast-
Ina That He Will Test the Monroo
Doctrine People Ready to
Fight Against President.
Wlllenistnd. Conditions In Vanczu
oln were unebnngod nt tho date of tho
latest ndvlccs from that country. Tho
censorship Is rigid. One report is that
the nttltudo of Vlco President Vin
rento Gomez, who is snld to bo plot
ling n revolution against President
bnstro, In enso of n French blockndc,
Is causing somo anxiety.
It is reported also that Gcnernl An
tonlo Velutlnl, second vlco president,
has a. secret understanding with
rrancc, nnu inni no aspires to tno
presidency. All tho turmoil over tho
French Cnblo company's concessions
Is attributed to General Velutlnl, and
it Is expected ho will soon abandon
President Castro Is said to bo boast.
Jug that ho will test tho Monroo doc
trine. Tho reports say that tho best Infor
mation In Venezuela shows that
Franco or nny other power can rely
upon almost tho cntlro population to
fight President Castro, and that anxi
ety Is ovcrywhero expressed for tho
urrlvnl of the French to solve tho
problom which Is beyond the resources
of the Venezuelans.
Money will bo decidedly scarcer If a
war should break out, and tho Vene
zuelan government has mndo no prep
aration whatever for tho commissariat.
; President Castro continues his cam
4palgn ngnlnst foreigners nnd hns ex
pelled inuan named Van Kcstern.
1 RANCHMAN SHOT DOWN.
Thomas O'Neil Attacked by Hired
Assassin In Wyoming.
Cheyenne, Wyo. Tom O'Noll, tho
Chalk Bluffs ranchman, wns shot by
,au unknown assassin nt his ranch,
twelvo miles south of Choyenno Sat
urday afternoon, but will recover. The
(bullet, n .30-.U0, passed through tho
fleshy part ot tho left leg between tho
kneo and hip nnd lodged In tho right
,1cg about flvo inches nbovo tho knee.
Choyenno surgeons were called to tho
ranch by telophono nnd dressed tho
Tho shot was fired by n hired killer,
who adopted tho tactics followed so
successfully for many yenrs by tho
tlnto Tom Horn, tho slnyer of Wllllo
NIckcll, Matt Rash, Isham Dart, Wil
liam Powell, William Lewis nnd others.
Tho nssnssln fired from n distance of
nt least a mllo, not daring, evidently,
io como closer to O'Noll, for tho bullot
had almost spent Itself by tho time It
reached Its victim. Tho circumstances
show also that tho assassin aimed nt
O'Nell's body, tho trojectory of tho
bullet alono saving his llfo.
Harry Orchard Will Not Be Tried Un
Dolse, Idaho. A stipulation had
been signed by James H. Hawloy,
.senior counsel for tho prosecution In
kho enso ngnlnst Hnrry Orchard,
'awaiting trial for tho assassination ol
bx-Govcrnortf-Frank Steunenberg and
by Fred Miller of Spokane, nttornoy
for tho defense, that tho caso shall not
jbo tried nt tho coming term of court
(In Cnnyon county, but ahull go over
till tho April term.
IMPORTS AND EXPORTS.
Trade or the United States With Spain
Washington. Trndo of tho United
(States with Spain and Portugal
amounted In tho fiscal year 1905 to
over $51,000,000, according to a roport
pHsued by tho department of commcrco
Jnd labor. Of this $15,000,000 wns Im
ports nnd $19,000,000 exports. Of tho
Imports $C,500,000 wns from Portugal
and $8,500,000 from Spain. Of tho ox
ports $2,000,000 wont to Portugal and
$17,000,000 to Spain.
Ice Gave Way.
Chlcngo. At tho closo of n skating
itournnmont on tho Humboldt pnrk la
goon horo Sunday, tho Ico slowly gavo
way beneath 3,000 people, canting a
(panle In which mony wero Injured,
Tho Ico sank slowly and tho crowd
reached tho bank. During tho pro.
grestf of the tournament the police hud
kept tho crowd behind ropes which
guarded the course, but nt tho last tho
great gathering got beyond control,
overrunning tho Ico In nil directions.
PAID THE PENALTY.
Negro Hanged to Railroad Bridge In
Gadsden, Ala. Dtinklo Illchnrdson,
t negro, chnrgod with tho iibkuiiU nnd
murder of Mrs. Sarah Smith hern July
15 Inst, was forcibly taken from tho
Jail hero at an early hour Sunday
inonilng und hanged to n brldgo of
the IxjuIsvIIIo & Nashvlllo railroad
across tho Coosa river, Twentr-four
.masked mon wont to tho Jail, over
ipowered tho sheriff and Jailer and
mado short work of tho prlaonor.
PREACHER RAD LOOTED.
HIS OWN STRONG BOX-
Coffers of Illinois Minister Who 8ult
elded Contained Nothing of Value
to His Creditors.
Peorln, III. The widow of tho latcj
Dr. Simmons opened the prlvnto safcj
ty deposit box of the sulcldo preacher
on Saturday nnd found that tho box,
which wns expected to contain valU
nblo papers, was empty, with tho cxi
ceptlon of nn unimportant buslncsi
letter. A certificate of sole for $30,00(
worth of Macon Cerenl stock now on
deposit, nn nsset of thn Ponplo's bnnk,
which wns thought to be in tho box.
was not found.
It Is now feared that tho snlo whlcll
Dr. Simmons told his friends had been
made, wns not bona fide.
No will hns been found nnd pollclcl
for heavy Insurance thought to bo car
fled aro missing.
Tho failure to verify the snlo of Mn
con stock has greatly depreciated tluj
assets of tho Pcoplo's bnnk, now Id
SAILOR8 DESERT SHIP.
French Bark Claimed to Have Been
Short of Ballast.
Seattle. Sailors on tho French
bark Admiral Courbct, lying off Porij
Townscnd, mutlnlod on Saturday, and
after forcibly taking a boat, pulled,
ashore, declaring they would not pro,
ceed to son In tho vessel owing to her
llghtoncd condition. N. W. O'Hcar ot
Port Townscnd, who arrived In thq
city lntor, said that tho sailors In thn,
afraid to go to sen with the vessel In,
This Is tho first time for a number
of yoars that nny crow hns seen fit to
.take matters in their hands nnd forcll
'bly leave n ship. Snllors state thnj
250 tons ot ballast for n ship tho slzl
of tho Courbet Is not sulllclent. The;
nlso stnte that It was only by good
luck that she wns picked up nftcr shj
broko adrift from tho tug on her w:i;i
up hero from San Francisco.
Tho loss of the Pass or Mclfort hi
attributed to tho lack of sufficient bal.
WILL RIVAL STEEL TRUST.
Gigantic Combination of Copper, Lead,
and Smelter Companies.
Now York. Tho Important detail!)
of tho copper, lend und smelting deal,
which has been developing for months,
becamo known in Wnll street Satim
day. It can bo authoritatively stated
that an Industrial corporation which
will In slzo rival tho billion nnd a hall
dollar United Stntcs Steel corporation
will result from the deal now pending
Negotiations which hnvo already suc
ceeded as.Hiiro tho formation of a. con
porntlon with n minimum cnpltallza
tlon or $000,000,000 In stock or on
class, to bo underwritten nt par. Tho
corporation will absolutely control thq
output or lend nnd copper ores, tho
smelting ot ores nnd tho selling ot tho
MEADE SAILS WITH TROOPS.
Infantry and Artillery on Their Way;
to the Far East.
San Francisco. Tho United Stnten
army transport Mendo, which was do?
lnycd In her departure on the first ot
tho month by n flro that broko out in
her hold, sailed Saturday for Honolulu,
Guam nnd Manila, carrying moro than,
100 passengers, besides tho Second in)
fantry nnd tho Eighth nnd Thirteenth;
Captain Charles F. Williams, late,
chief officer or tho Logan, Is In comi
round or tho Meade. Ho takes tha
place ot Captain Wilson, who w;ns In!
Jured In tho flro on tho vessel.
STOPPED ON CROSSING.
Train Hits Wagon, and 'Two Personij
Pueblo, Colo. A wagon occupied by
threo persons was struck by n Colo
rndo & Southern passenger train nt
Salt Creek crossing, two miles soutl
ot Puoblo, Snturdny evening, nnd two
ot the occupants, Mrs. Williams, nged
40, and David Aronc, wero killed out
right. John Williams, nged 30, wan
seriously Injured. Tho wagon wntj
completely demolished nnd ono hors
killed. Tho pnrty whb returning to
their homos below tho zinc smcltor.
MINER8 ARE RE8CUED.
Two Men Imprisoned In Tunnel More
Than One Hundred Hours.
Stockton, Cal. Tomo Sabllch nnd
Goro Duvlch, who hnd been Imprisoned
in tho App mluo by u cave-In lor tlvd
days, wero rescued Saturday. Fortu
nately, there was plenty ot water nt,
hand nnd thoy did not suffer from
thirst. Thoy were oxtromoly weak
from lack or food when rescued, but,
wero othorwlso In good condition.
ONLY WITNESS INSANE.
Boy Who Saw Shooting Shocked Al
most to Death,
Now York. Frank Wlsnowskl, tho
stable boy who was an cyo-wltnosa to
the shooting of Hartley T. Horner by
his son-in-law, Dr. Jnmos B. Simpson,
nt Northport, h. I.. Is reported to bo
dying In the Stuto hospital for tho In
sane nt King's park. Simpson claimed
tho dUchargo of tho shotgun was nn
iccldcnt. Wlsnowskl was tho only
jwltness to tho tragedy.
Troops are Being Enlisted by
Castro to Engage in War
Castro Is Unpopular With His Coun
trymen, However, and Many Will
Desert as Soon as French
Blockade Is Declared.
Wlllenistnd, Island of Curacoa. A
traveler who arrived here from Vene
"President Castro Is busily engnged
in enlisting throughout tho republic
nnd In other wnys preparing for war.!
Generals In each stato have been com
missioned nnd orders havo been glvcir
to call tho recruits to tho colors.
"Information from tho best sources
indicates that tho people do not sup
port President Castro. On all sides
aro heard expressions of a destro to
revolt nnd overthrow the president's'
government ns soon ns tho French
blockade Is dcclnrcd.
"A well-informed Venezuelan told
mo that tho troops will desert their
colors, as thoy havo nil been com
pelled to Join the nrmy, voluntary en
listments being unknown in Venezu
ela. Puerto Cnbcllo nnd Lngunlrn aro
tho only ports cnpnblo of making a
slight defense. Tho former hns twd
modern six-Inch guns nnd the I itlcr
has four modern six-Inch guns, with
tho usual display or old Spanish piece i
whlcll would bo blown to pieces nt tho
"It is doubted whether Piosldeni
Castro can rnlsc moro than 1G.000 men
who will tako tho field with nny show
ot spirit. Tho men nre armed with
Mnuser rifles, but they never practice!
shooting. Thoy have twenty million,
rounds of ball cartridges and n few1
mountain guns. Tho Venezuelan navy
consists of five small craft concentrat
ed nt Lagunlra.
BLACK HUNDREDS AT WORK.
Throw Bombs Into Crowd, Causing
St. Petersburg. Tho war between
the fighting orgnnizntlon of the revo
lutionists nnd tho so-called black hun
dreds assumed a new phaso Friday
night, when n band ot reds surrounded
tho Cabaret Schulosselborg Chaussee,
on the bank ot the Novsky river, nnd
threw a bomb among nn nsscmblngo
ot workmen. Tho reds then opened
Are on tho panic-stricken Inmates of
the cabaret, killing two nnd seriously
wounding eighteen, of which lntter
one died whllo being taken to the hos
pital. Tho bomb, which was hurled
through a window Into tho main room
ot the restaurant, demolished almost
tho entire building. A wooden parti
tion was blown out and much furni
ture, glnsswaro and crockery wus
shatters. Tho rulnB wero spattered
with liquor und blood nnd pieces ot
flesh, tho wholo presenting a slckon
COLORADO 18 GROWING.
Value of State's Manufactures In 1904
Washington. Twenty-two per cont
Increase in the number of manufac
turing establishments and 13 per cent
Increase In tho value ot tho products
tor the year 1004, as ngnlnst 1900, Is
the showing ot Colorado, according to
n yro'Imlnnry summnry or tho statis
tics or manufacturing Industries tor
Excluding tho neighborhood Indus-'
tries and hand trades, such ns tho
building trades, dressmaking, custom
millinery, cobbling, etc., there wero
1607 establishments In 1904, repre
senting a capital ot $107,743,500. Tho
number or salaried officials, clerks,
etc., employed was 2,080, drawing sal
aries amounting to $3,553,843. Thero
wero 12,824 wnge-carnors, nnd thoy;
were pnld $16,109,309. Tho vnluo of
tho products Is given ns $100,440,999.
Batch of Pension Bills.
Washington. The houso on Friday
ground out Its usual semi-monthly
grUt of prlvnto pensions, passing in'
72 minutes 429 bills for tho benefit ot
veterans who nro barred for ono rea
son or another from coming In under
tho general statute Soventy-flvo per
cent of the beneficiaries nro either
blind or bedridden. This ordur, with
n number of minor bills nnd tho pnBS
nice of two nmendmontB to Phlllppluo
turlff act of 1905, constituted th'J
transactions of the day.
Shot Woman and Himself.
San Francisco. Ebb Coloy shot nnd
killed Josle La lint In it room of tho
Grand Pnclflc hotel on Kearny stroot
and then ended his own llfo by send
ing two bullets through his head. Tho
womau was-lying In bed, holpIcB
from Illness, when sho wns shot to
death by tho man who had shared the
apartment with her Ho held tho pin
tol against her breast and fired the
fatal shot, thon, turning tho weapon
iupon himself, foil lifeless. Coloy was
'.formerly a soldier
GERMANY HOPEFUL OE 1
' PEACE OVER MOROCCO I
Inspired Newspapers Make the 8tate- I
ment That France Won't Fight I
Over the Questions Involved. I
Berlin. While government circles f
maintain nn outwnrdly hopeful attlJ " H
'tu do regarding the conference at Alge- H
,zlras, tho indications nro that much H
.concern Is felt nbout tho outcome. H
lEvcn a fnlluro to reach an agreement
jon tho pollco question Is regarded as W
) rob able. This Infcronco Is drawn
rom tho fact that tho Inspired press
Sias begun discussing the probable re
sults of a failure to reach an agree
Thcso papers assert thnt n falluro
would not Involvo tho danger of war
jso far as Germany Is concerned, and
jthcy nrguo that Franco would never
po to wnr on account of Morocco.
Thcso papers Interpret tho warning"
of tho Hnvas ngency ngalnst "excess
pvo optimism" as proving the paciflo
intentions or the French govornment.
Tho result of a failure to reach an
Egroemont would be, according to
erman Inspired utterances, that Mo
roccan affairs would contlnuo to be!
regulated under tho arrangement of!'
More critical obscrvors point out)
that tho controversy of 1890 orlglnat
cd dcsplto tho arrangement, nnd that 9
tho confcrcnco being duo to Gormnnl
initiative, its fnlluro would Involve
serious damago to German prcstlcc.
Tho Hamburger Nachrlchton says ni
falluro of tho confcrcnco would Intenj ,
slfy tho friction between Germany nml j
Franco nnd compromise Germany's f
APOSTLE MERRILL DEAD. I
Pioneer Passes Away After Long Bat Jr,
tie With Disease. &
Logaa, Utah. Marrlncr W. Merrill wk
apostlo of tho Mormon church nnd f
president of tho Lognn tcmplo, died
ht his homo In Richmond at 11 o'clock
Tuesday night. Ho had been 111 a lontf
tlmo with n kidney affliction which
caused his death.
Apostlo Merrill was a strong char
acter and for many yenrs his Influenco--has
been dominant In church affair
hero, and ho wns nlso a potent fac
tor In civil matters.
Marrlncr W. Merrill wns tho son of
.Nathan Morrill nnd Sarah Ann Hey
molds. Ho wns born September 25,
J1832, in Sackvlllo, Westmoreland
'county, Now Brunswick. Of a fnm--jily
of thirteen, ho was tho fourth son. J
,nnd whllo a youth Joined tho Mormon
ifnlth. Iu 1853 ho loft his nntlvo coun
try and nftcr landing In Boston
pushed his wny across tho country to
ISalt Lako City.
SEIZE A SMALL ISLAND.
Hardy Scots Take Possession of Pre
hlblted Game Reserve.
Edinburgh, Scotland. Tho Crofters j
fjf Parra Island, Hebrides, havo seized 1
tho neighboring Island of Vatersay, A
nnd declare their Intention to resist tk
y forco' of arms any attempt to dis- II
odgo them. A regular expedition was l
fitted out by tho Invading islanders, jl
who collected a fleet of boats and 9
foon effected a bloodless landing on 31
IVatcrsay, hitherto used as a gamo pro- fifl
Tho barramon for years havo W
claimed tho right to cultlvato Voter- II
say, but havo been unablo to got tho 1
necessary permission from tho nuthor- I
JtloR, and now thoy hnvo seized tho Isl- C
nnd, hnvo npportloned It Into smnll $
jfarnis and havo distributed them (
among thomsolvos. Thero nro no po
)lco or troops In tho Immediate vicin
ity ot this faraway Islet, so that tho
povornment's action Is hampered, V
DIDN'T HAVE LICEN8E. Jj
Fighter Charged With Manslaughter
for Killing Opponent.
San Francisco. As a result of the j
autopsy performed on tho body of
Aloxandcr Dovln, tho boy who wns
Itlllod In an unlicensed prlzo fight nt B
tho Colmo club's pavilion at Colmn on I
Wondny night, by "Chloflo" Johnson, a'
chnrgo ot manslaughter hns been 1
placed ngnlnst Johnson, and his j
kvhorenbouts nro being sought by the
jdioilff of San Mntco county and by
tho local polico.
Hopeful of a Tariff Agreement Be
tween Germany and Uncle Sam.
Berlin. It was reported In commer
cial circles on Wednesday that n.
tariff arrangoment botweon Germany;
and tho United Stntcs, to last ono
wear, had boon agreed upon, but In
fjulry at tho American embassy and
nt tho foreign ofllco cstnbllshcd the
falsity of tho report. Tho foreign of
llco, howovor, apparently Is moro
liopoful now. Tho officials expect
that somo sort of nn agreement will
bo reached boforo tho end or tho JL
Controversy Is Settled.
Washington. Sccretnry or Wnr j
fTai't has advised Senator Dolllvor and
Icproscntntlvo8 Hull nnd Lncoy or
Jowa that ho will ordor tho monu-
fients upon the Shlloh battlo flold to
ho Flftoonth nnd Slxtoonth Iowa reg
iments Inscribed with tho tlmo or tho
regiments' arrival, aa desired by thoso
organizations, stating In tho Inscrip
tion that tho tlmo Is that glvon by tho
pommandlng colonels. Tho war de
partment records do not ngreo with
tho claims or inrnibm f tho ce