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UTAH STATE NEWS
M EllHha F. Young luifl been nppolnted
fl, postmnstcr nt Milton, Tooelo county,
i Improvements costing $3,000,000 aro
V to bo made In Salt iJiko's street car
f system, It Is nnnouncod by E. II. liar-
H rlman, the new owner.
H Niels Wlgron, a former resident of
H Salt Lako, was killed on tho Uintah
H reservation by tho caving In of an old
Hi dugout In which ho was living.
H Chris CloodmanBun, who pleaded
H guilty to setting llro to a saloon build.
H ing nt Spanish Fork, has been son-
H tenced to ono year In the penitentiary.
H Itobberu entered tho l'"'iio of HI-
M land Wilcox of Lehl, whl.. tho family
H wns away, end got away with $50
H which had been Raved up to pay
H It may not bo generally known, but
H It Is a fact, nevertheless, that Green
H River, Utah, furnishes winter wator-
1 melons to tho tables of tho Waldorf.
H Astoria, Now York.
Tho executive commlttco of tho Na-
H tlonal Wool Growois association has
tot tho dates of January 17, 18 and
H 19, 1907, when tho annual convention
H will bo held In Salt Lako.
H Several Park City merchants havo
been mndo tho victims lately of worth-
H less checks being paused upon them.
Tho matter Is being looked aftor by
tho authorities and somo nrrcsts will
H Au ordlnanco was passed last week
fl to tako tho placo of tho present drug
ctoro ordlnanco of I'rovo. Under tho
H now ordlnanco druggists will bo per-
mlttcd to sell druggists' oundrlcs, ex-
. ccpt liquor, on Sunday.
Tho question of a stato Institution
Hi for tho enro of tho feeble-minded of
H Utah Is being agitated, and somo im-
Hl portant stops looking toward tho pre-
Isentntlon of this mattor to tho noxt
loglsluluro has boon taken.
A llttlo girl named Hodges was ac
cidentally poisoned at Logan, tho
mother giving hor a doso of crcollno
H Instead of vermifuge After working
over hor all night tho doctors pro-
Hj nounccd her out of danger.
T. J. Thomas, a toamstor, of Salt
v' Lako City, was sorlously, If not fatally,
t Injured, his wagon was crushed to
H t fragmonts, nnd ono horso, valued nt
r 300, had Its leg broken, being struck
H' by a rapidly moving street car.
H. Tho work of tho contractors having
H! In chargo tho laying of track on tho
H! lino of the Western Pacific out of Salt
H; Lako Ib going on at a satisfactory
H' paco. Track bus been laid for soventy
Bj miles out of Salt Lako to tho west.
H Ernest C. Blood, ox-city marshal of
Hi Kaysvllle, was shot by a companion
U whllo quail hunting, a chargo of shot
H striking him In tho arm, ono shot
Ht striking him abovo tho eyo. Ills In-
H; juries aro not thought to bo serious.
Ht W. M. Wolf, a prominent young
Hj railroad man of Ogdcn, foil beneath
Hj a train and aB a result both legs havo
Hi been amputated and tho fingers of
H ono hand crushed. Dcsplto his ten
rlblo Injuries, ho will probably ro-
, It Is estimated that at least 120
( cars of fruit In carlond lotB woro ship-
H ped from Weber county this year.
HJ About soventy of this number camo
H from North Ogdon and Pleasnnt Vlow,
Hl tho others being distributed through.
H' out tho county.
' Edward Flaherty, on his way from
H the coast to Now York, was taken off
H a train at Ogden suffering from nn
H attack of Insanity. It Is supposed that
B' his mind was affected by tho altltudo
HHVJ and that ho will bo ablo to resume
H his Journey In a day or so.
H, Tho town board of Castlcdalo and
Hl also tho boards of all tho principal
H towns of tho county havo before them
H a franchlso asking Jor a grant to cs-
H tabllsh local telcphono systems. The
H petitions nro from C. O. Harris, ropro-
H tenting a San Francisco company.
H Coal dealers of Salt Lako are urg-
H Ing their patrons to buy coal in art-
H vanco or the heavy demand that will
HE be Inaugurated by tho advent of tho
H i first cold snap In ordor that they may
H be fortified against a temporary short-
H ago of fuel when It ! most needed.
H ' The grado lodgo A. O. U, W. of the
H jurisdiction of Utah, Idaho and Wyom-
Ing, has disbanded and In futuro all
H members will bo. morged Into tho su-
1 promo lodgo of tho United States. The
H reason for the disbanding is tho heavy
H death rato nnd tho losses consequent
H Tho fruit shlppod out of Grand val-
S ley, principally to Kastorn markets,
H I amounted to 2,200 carloads last year,
B all of which was disposed of at very
, high prices. Ono carload of peaches
netted Its owner $2,100. The ship-
ments this year will exceed that of
Former United States Sena
tor Will Have to Don the
Stripes of Convict
Case of Kansas Man Convicted of Ac
cepting Fees From Grain Com
pany Hat Been Dragging Along
for Years and Every Legal
Washington. Tho Supreme court of
tho United States hns denied tho peti
tion of formor United Stntca 8cnator
Ilurton of Kansas for n rehenrlng In
tho enso In which ho Ib under sen
tonco of Imprisonment and flno undor
tho chargo of accepting an attorney's
feo In a enso In which tho government
was Interested while ho was serving
as senator. Tho offect of tho decision
will bo tho immediate imprisonment
of Ilurton unless his attorney's dovlso
Bomo other means of postponing tho
execution of tho sentence
Thoro wnB no formal announcement
of tho decision In tho Ilurton case In
open court, tho chief Justlco merely
handing a brief memorandum to tho
clerk of tho court Just beforo conven
ing. Tho enso of Ilurton has beon beforo
tho court slnco 1903, when ho was In
dicted in St. Louis on tho charge of
accepting a feo for representing tho
Itlnlto drain company of that city in
an effort to debar It from tho uso of
tho United Stntcs malls. Ho was
found guilty and sentenced to sorvo
six months in Jail and pay a flno of
$2,500. On appeal to tho supremo
court tho decision wns roversed on a
technicality nnd a second trial was
ordered. Tho second vordlct wns
ldonticnl with tho first, and it wns af
firmed by tho supremo court. Tho af
firmation wns announced Just boforo
tho closo of tho court in Mny last.
Tho motion for n rehenrlng was then
filed. It waa claimed in Ilurton's bo
half that tho court had not had tho
real facts boforo It In considering tho
CASTRO 8AID TO BE DYING.
Demlie of Venezuelan President Will
be Followed by an Uprising.
Port of Spain, Island of Trinidad.
According to the latest advices re
ceived horo from Caracas, Venezuela,
tho condition of President Castro, who
has boon HI for solno time past, has
grown worse. It Is asBcrtod that ho
can no longor speak and inovo and
his death may occur In a fow days. In
ordor to conceal tho facts In tho cnBo
tho nowspapcrs of Caracas havo been
publishing roports of acts of clem
ency on tho part of tho president and
toxts of numerous telegrams of con
gratulation, purporting to havo been
received by him on his reported com
ploto restoration to health.
In connection with tho critical stato
of President Castro's health It Is as
sorted that an uprising which Is like
ly to become general throughout Ven
ezuela Is cortaln to occur on tho an
nouncement of his death.
Explosion In English Coal Mine,
Twenty-five Miners Being Killed.
Durham, England. As a result of an ,
explosion In tho Wlngato colllory,
near horo, twenty-five minors wero
killed and 200 are temporarily en
tombed. It Is fortunato that only a
smnll portion of tho thousand men
employed In tho mlno' woro down
when tho explosions took placo. Tho
cause is supposed to havo beon flro
damp. Tho explosion was ono of tor
rlblo force, and In Wlngato town
many windows woro brokon.
Noted Evangelist Succumbs to Heart
Failure While on Train.
Llttlo Rock, Ark. Itov. Sam 11.
Jones, tho well known ovnngollBt of
Cartersvlllo, Oa., died early Monday of
heart failure In n sleeping car on train
No. 4 of tho Itock Island railroad, near
Perry, Ark. Mr. Jones had boen con
ducting n most successful revival at
Oklahoma City, Okla., and loft thoro
for his homo In Gcorgln. Ho decided
to attend a family reunion. It being
tho fifty-ninth anniversary of his birth.
Mrs. Jones and hor daughters, Mrs.
Annie Pyron and Miss Julia Jones,
woro with him whon ho pnssod away.
Woman Beaten and Robbed.
Oakland, Cal. llenton Into Insensi
bility by two masked nnd nrmod men,
robbed and loft on a lonely road for
dead, Mrs. 11, Murro now lies at hor
homo in Illnlr park sufforlng from so
voro Injuries. Kvory avallablo dotec
ttvo In tho Oakland pollco department
has been dotallcd on tho caso, but tho
lack of a clow gives no hopo for tho
arrest of tho desperadoes. Mrs. Mur
ro was attacked aftor sho had loft a
car at tho end of tho lino that runs
near Blair park.
Claimed His Wife Ate Too Much."
Toms IUvor, N. J. Dr. Frank
Brouwor, charged with tho murder of
his wlfo by poison, testified In his
own dofenso on Monday. Ho told of
his struggles In educating himself for
the medical profession, of his mar
riage to Miss Hyer, July 1, 189G, and
of his financial rotations botweou him
and his wlfo. All tho money that
wont Into their homo, ho said, ho
earned. Ho went Into nn account of
Mrs. Brouwor's last Illness, and de
clared that hor fatal Illness was
causod by overeating.
WHOLE FAMILY MURDERED
BY BRUTAL MiSSOURIAN
Shot the Father and Beat the Mother
and Three Children to Death With
Gun, Then Threw the Bodies
Into a Creek.
Houston, Mo. Barney Parsons, a
farmer, his wife and tlireo children,
aged 11, -I and 1 year, wero murdored
Friday near Licking, Mo. A farmer
limned .loda Hamilton, uged 20, has
been arrested, charged with tho mur
dcrll nnd Ib said to have confessed
The body of Parsons was found shot
to death, and the mother and three
children hud been clubbed to death.
ParBons had sold his farm crops to
Hamilton, uud It Is alleged that tho
men quarreled over tho terms of tho
salo. Pursons nnd family set out from
their formor homo In n covered wagon,
hound for northern Missouri.
Joda Hamilton, tho alleged murder
er, Ib in Houston Jail, strongly guarded
to pi event lynching. Ho Is said to
havo made u complete confession, of
which the following Is a summary:
At n timber boidered place In tho
rond, ns Parsons and his family woro
driving along, they woro confronted by
Hamilton, armed with n shotgun. Do- i
llboratoly aiming nt Parsons, Hamilton
discharged both barrels of tho gun,
and PnrsoriB fell to tho ground. Ham
ilton then advanced upon him and
clubbed him over the head with tho
butt end of tho gun sovernl times. Ho
then beat the head of tho mothor al
most to a pulp, and uftor killing her,
clubbed the tlireo children to death.
Tho bodies of all flvo woro then loaded
Into n wagon and taken to Big PIney
crcok, about a mile distant from tho
sccno of tho murdor, nnd dumped Into
NEW COMPANY OWNS SALTAIR.
Both Railroad and Pavilion Bought By
Salt Lako City. Tho Snltalr pavil
ion and tho Salt Lako & Los Angeles
railroad havo beon sold. Tho pur
chaser Is the Electric Operating Con
struction company, nnd tho deal was
closed Saturday afternoon.
This Is tho company for which Harry
P. Clark, cashier of tho Commercial
Natlonnl bank, recently secured a fran
chlso for an Interurban line. The Salt
air rallrdad will bo electrified, extend
ed to Garfield, nnd made a part of tho
big intorurban system which Is
planned. Saltalr pavilion will furnish
the nucleus for an Immense resort,
which will probably lncludo a hotel or
sanitarium, or both, nnd which will bo
kopt open throughout the year. Whllo
tho plans of the now purchasers aro
not yot fully worked out, It is their
Intontlon in a general way to mako
Saltalr as great and ns famous a
placo as any of tho noted resorts In
tho vicinity of Los Angeles and olso
whoro along tho Pnclllc coast.
GENERAL WOOD MAKES KICK.
Protests Against Reducing the Number
of Troops In the Philippines.
Washington. An argument against
the reduction In the number of troops
in tho Philippines Is made by Major
General Leonard Wood, commondlng
that division, In his annual report. The
total garrison on Juno 30 last num
bered 20,043 men. "We are far from
homo," says General Wood, "and in
enso of foreign disturbnncos even with
all our troops concentrated at Manila,
tho force avallablo would be barely suf
ficient to defend it from a serious nt
tack. Moreover, a strong garrison
should bo maintained here until con
ditions portalnlng to the civil govern
ment nro well established and tho ani
mosities and disappointments Incident
to tho building up of a local govern
ment undor now and porhnps strained
conditions have passed away."
Thousands of Guns Smuggled.
Warsaw, Russian Poland. A con
signment of sovornl thousand revolv
ers, purchased by tho Russian govern
ment In Borlln, recontly fell Into tho
hands of tho Polish revolutionists.
Shortly after tho arrlvnl of tho car
containing tho pistols at the Warsaw
frolght yards, an nrtlllory ofTlcor nnd
a squad of soldiers appeared and pre
sented tho bills of lading and an au
thorization to receive tho weapons,
which wero loaded upon a wagon nnd
carried away, It later dovolopod that
tho soldiers wero disguised revolu
tionists nnd tho documents forged.
Couldn't Walt For Halter.
Bakorsflold, Cal. Alfred W. Hulso,
under llfo sontenco for the murdor of
Deputy Shorlff William E. Tlbbot, and
awaiting tho outcome of an appeal to
tho supremo court, killed himself In
tho county Jail Sunday afternoon, It
was Hulso's practice to shavo himself
ovory Sunday, and for that purpose
ho borrowed a razor from the sheriff's
ofllco. Hulso wan convicted as an ac
cessory to tho death of Deputy 8horlff
Husband Arrested on Suspicion.
Abordoen, Wash. II. B. Sheldon,
who admits that ho Is tho husband of
i woman whoso dead body was found
floating In tho hnrbor, has been ar
rested at Cosmopolls, Wash. Sheldon
iayB ho married tho woman nt Port
land, but refuses to tell hor maiden
name. In his confession Sheldon ad
mits having written a lottor found on
tho woman's body slgnod "O. H. Wood,
M. D.," recommending hor ns worthy
of assistance because- of tho alloged
death of hor husband.
CHINESE PERISH "
III BURKING SHIP
Horrible Fate of Hundreds ol
Helpless Mongolians on
Verne I Destroked at Hong Kong Wharf,
Men, Women and Children Being
Burned to Death or Drowned
Hong Kong, China. Tho British
steamer Hankow from Canton was
burned Sunday morning whllo lying
nlongsldo her wharf. Hundreds of
Chinese, passengers wero burned to
death and a valuablo cargo was de
stroyed. All tho European passengers
nnd crow were saved.
Tho steamer Hankow, with 2,000
Chinese passengers, men, women and
children, nnd seven Europeans, nnd a
cargo Including 300 bales of matting,
CC0 bales of raw silk and 400 bnlcs
, waste silk, arrived from Canton at
threo o'clock Sunday morning and was
shortly afterward moored at tho
Her chief odlccr reported to Captain
Branch that tho ship was ailro. Tho
captain then directed tho chief for
eigner to turn on tho wntcr through
tho flro hose. This waa lmposslblo
for tho reason that within flvo min
utes nfter the alarm was given tho
Hankow was ablazo tho foro and aft.
Captain Branch then awakened tho
European passengers, who rushed
down tho gang way, tho ladles In their
night clothes. Tho crow was com
pelled to leave tho ship, which by
this tlmo was n verltnblo furnnco.
Tho Chlneso stcerngo passengers wero
thrown Into a frightful panic. Hor
rifying shrieks and cries to savo their
lives were heard but escnpo was Im
possible, owing to tho lnflamraablo nn
turo of tho cargo.
Hundreds wero burned to death nnd
many others Jumped Into tho harbor
and wero drowned.
Tho flro was started by tho over
turning of a lantern by a opium smoker.
MAGOON SUCCEEDS TAFT.
Government of Cuba Transferred to
New Ruler by Secretary of War.
Havann. Without any formality ex
cepting the Issuing of an cxtraordl
aary copy of tho Gnzetto, tho govern
ment of Cuba wns transferred at noon
Saturday by War Secretary Taft to
Charles E. Magoon. Mr. Tnft's con
tribution to tho Gazette was simply
i paragraph stating that "by dlroctlon
Hid with tho authority of tho presl
lent of tho United States, I hereby
lay down tho ofllco of provisional gov
rnor of Cuba, assumed by. mo August
!9, and turn tho same over to Charles
E3. Magoon, my successor."
COLLI8ION ON THE HUDSON.
Two 8teamert Come Together During
a Dense Fog.
Albany, N. Y. In whnt was practl
tally a head-on collision on tho Hud
ion river between tho steamers Adi
rondack, of tho Peoples' Lino, nnd tho
Saratoga, of tho Citizens' Lino, ono
man, an oiler on tho Saratoga, lost
Dts life, ono of tho crew of tho Adlron
Sack Is missing, about 1.000 passen
gers had a thrilling experience, nnd
both the steamers wero damaged to
the extent of thousands of dollars, the
Saratoga being practically out of com
mission. Tho missing man is Georgo
L. Horton of Troy, freight clerk on
Looking Up Evidence Against the
Standard Oil Company.
Washington. In response to In
quiries regarding tho status of tho In
vestigation Into tho nffalrs of tho
Standnrd Oil company, with a vlow to
determining whethor tho compnny Is
operating In vlolntlon of tho Sherman
anti-trust lnw, Attornoy General
Moody snld that Messrs. Morrison and
Kellogg, who wero appointed to in
vostlgato tho Standnrd Oil methods
had accumulated a vast amount of tes
timony bearing upon tho enso.
Policeman Charged With Robbery.
San Francisco, John Law, a patrol
man of tho San Francisco department,
is under arrest on n chargo of rob
bory. Law is accused of having rob
bed John Lovejoy, a Sacramento bar
tendor, who wns shot in n quarrel
over a woman. Lovejoy was uncon
scious when romoved to tho Park
Emergency hospital by Law nnd nn
other policeman. After recovering
consciousness, Lovojoy discovered
that a roll of bills, amounting to $020,
had boon roduccd to $500.
Awful Street Car Accident.
Los Angolcs, Cal. Dofcctlvo brakes
on a street car on tho Brooklyn avo
nuo and Southern depot lino early
Saturday caused an accident In which
W. M. Bnrrctt was killed outright and
twelve others wero seriously injured,
four of whom will probably die. Tho
car plunged down a steep hill at tor
rifle speed, dashed Into a telegraph
pole which rlppod off ono sldo of tho
platform crowded with men and wo
men, and then turned over, Sovernl
wore pinned beneath the car.
STORY OF SLAVERY COMES
FROM TRE SUNNY SOUTH
White Men as Well as Negroes Said
to be Held In Bondage by Capital
ists Operating In Florida.
Washington. Fresh allegations of
tho existence of slavery In southern
Floridn, below Tampa, havo been
mndo to tho department of Justice, nnd
it is alleged that hundreds of men In
tho Btntc, both white and negroes, are
hehl In virtual slavery.
It Is declared that those responsible
for this condition of affairs are mostly
northern men nnd companies engaged
in turpentine and lumber business
and In mining phosphate rock. It is
further alleged that tho sheriffs in
various counties in tho southern part
of tho stato aro said to bo parties to
the enslaving of negroes. Tho depart
ment's Informant, who is a woman, Is
to have an Interview with Attorney
General Moody, aftor which tho de
partment will decide upon tho course
it will pursue.
DEMAND FAIR ELECTION8.
Governor Taft Issues Plain Statement
to Cuban Insurgents.
Havana. Tho United States,
through its peaco commissioners, Is
not rendy to announco when it will
withdraw from tho Island of Cuba and
surronder tho reins of government to
Cuba, but this action cannot be taken
until fair elections nro assured. This
statement was made by Governor Taft
on Friday as a sort of valedictory ad
dress to tho revolutionists' commltteo,
with which the American commission
ers dealt In Inducing tho rebels to
censo hostilities and ncgotlato peaco.
The commltteo had a conference last
ing nn hour with Governor Taft, As
sistant Secrctnry of Stato Bacon and
Charles E. Magoon, who Is to succeed
Mr. Tuft as provisional governor, nnd
at Its conclusion expressed satisfac
tion with the position taken by the
DEATH IN STRANGE MANNER.
Woman Falls Over Hor Husband at
Prayer and Breaks Her Neck.
Wnukomlss, Okla. Mrs. Philip
Sprouz Is dead from a broken neck,
and her baby daughter Is so badly in
jured that It may not recovor, as the
result of her stumbling over her hus
band as ho was kneeling In prayer at
their homo horo Friday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Sprouz had spent tho
evening with friends. Returning
homo, they prepared to retlro, tho hus
band going first to their sleeping room.
Whllo passing through tho dark
room with tho baby In her nrms Mrs.
Sprouz stumbled over her husband's
foot, nnd In trying to savo tho baby
from Injuries, struck her head against
a washstand, breaking hor neck nnd
dying Instantly. Tho child fell from
her arms to tho floor.
WASN'T A 8ECOND DANIEL.
Leaped Into Lion's Den and la Killed
by the King of Beasts.
Rio Janeiro. Viscount Almeida, a
well known member of society, com
mitted suicide In a novel manner. Ho
invited a number of his friends to
dinner, and afterward led them to a
cage of lions that ho had hired from
a traveling menagerie. When all wore
watching tho anlranl nnd chatting,
tho VlBCount opened tho door of tho
cngo and cntored. Tho lions pounced
upon him, and ho was fatally muti
lated before ho could bo dragged out.
It is said ho wa3 overwhelmed by
OIL TRUST EXPANDING.
Texas and Standard Companies Plan
New Pipe Line.
Tulsa, I. T. Promlnont oil men have
received reliable Information from tho
Now York offices of John W. Gates to
tho effect that tho Texas Oil company
and tho Standard have combined to
construct n pipe lino from Tulsa to
Port Arthur. Tho Standard la to
build south to Paris, Texas, connect
ing thoro with tho terminus of tho
Gates company's lino from tho gulf
Escape From Convict Camp.
South McAlcstcr, 1. T. Local of
fleers woro notified Friday of the es
cape of fifteen negroes, Inmates of tho
Arkansas stato penitentiary, from a
camp In tho Boston mountains Friday.
Tho convicts are thought to bo head
ed for tho southwest. Tho negroes
wero working In a gang nnd on a pre
concerted signal ovorpowored their
guards and sot out In their convict
garbs. Sovcral mombors of tho band
nro thought to bo armed.
Grand Jury Deal With White Who
Attacked Atlanta Negroes.
Atlantn, Go. Tho Fulton county
grand Jury hns roturnod Indictments
against twenty whlto men, charging
them with rioting In Atlanta on Sep
tember 22. Tho names of those In
dicted havo not yot been made public
previously two whlto men have been
4ndlctcd on tho samo charge, and In
dictments found against sixty negroes,
charging them with complicity in the
murder of County Policeman Heard
A LONE BANDIT
Secures the Express Box and
All Money the Passenger
and Driver Had r
Stage Between Manhattan and Round
Mountain, Nevada, Held Up In
Broad Daylight and Payroll
Funda, Amounting to $5,000,
Tonopah, Nov. Word has been re
oolvod horo that tho stago between
Manhattan and Round Mountain was
hold up by a lono bandit In broad day
light at 10 o'clock Thursday morning
at n point two mllos from Round A
Mountain. The bandit secured tho ox- "
press box and all tho driver and on
passenger had. It Is stated at Man
hattan that tho express box contained
tho payroll funds of tho Wilson placor
and other mining properties nt Bound
Mountain, $5,000 In nil. It Is also stat
ed that there wero 'but $700 In the
box and $50 on tho mon. The bandit
wns walking on tho rond in front of
the stage. He whirled when It camo
up, pointed two guns nnd forced tho
driver to throw out tho box. Thai
driver nnd passenger wore unarmed.
Posses aro now out from Round
Mountain and Manhattan.
CUBA OWN8 ISLE OF PINE8.
Provisional Government Will Not Mix
With Its Affairs.
Havann. Tho provisional govern
ment will havo nothing to do with tho
question of tho sovereignty of tho Islo
of Pines or with tho separation of tho
government of tho Island from the rest
of tho Cuban republic. Tho executive
authority of tho United States already
has declared that the Isle of Pines be
longs to Cuba and has embodied that
affirmation in a treaty conceding tho
sovereignty of tho Island to Cuba, and
this treaty Is now pending ratification
In tho Amorlcan senate The entire I
matter being one for tho adjudication
of tho stato dopartment, tho provis
ional government, which Is wholly un
dor tho war dopartment, will not mix
Tho modo of tho government of the
Islo of Pines ns part of tho Cuban re
public may bo altorcd or amended but
tho desire of Americans in tho Islo of
Pines for territorial or municipal govu
ernment as part of tho United Stntcf
cannot bo conceded by any act on tho
part of tho provisional government of
Cuba or tho war department.
IMMUNE FROM PROSECUTION.
President of Manhattan Oil Company
Used as Witness Against the
Findlay, O. Evldonco was brought
out by tho stato on Thursday In tho
trial of tho Standard Oil company of
Ohio for conspiracy against trade,
showing the ownership of tho Man
hattan Oil company of Ohio to be in
the Qenoral Industrial Development
company, limited, of London. England,
also that the Manhattan, which buys
and ships crudo oil, does not compete
with tho Standard, but does compote H
with indopondont companies. H
These facts wero brought out in tho H
testimony of F. T. Cuthbert, president
of tho Manhattan. A similar criminal
suit to that on trial Is pending against
his company, and ho testified undor H
the order of tho court, which renders
him Immuno from futuro criminal
prosecution. Tills course was taken at
the suggestion of tho prosecution, I
upon tho appeal of Mr. Cuthbert to- I
the court for protection.
RUN DOWN BY CAR.
Judge Bennett, Aged Salt Lake Law I
yer, Instantly Killed. j
Salt Lake City. Judgo Charlea 8
Washington Bonnott ,ono of tho plo-
noer lawyers of tho stato, who was J
rocognlzed by tho lognl fraternity as J
ono of tho ablest jurists and most pro- J
found thinkers of tho bar of tho stato,
was almost Instnntly killed by an Ash- I
land avenue street car at Sixth South 9
and Stato streot Thursday morning. i
Tho fatality was apparently ontlroly I
accidental, and blnmo has thus far not
been attached to tho mombors of tho
street car crow.
Ohio Youth Charged With Murder.
Dcshlor, O. Orson Broka, a young
farmor, has boon arrested on a war
rant charging him with murdor In tho
first degree. Miss Jennto Dicker, said
to ho Broka's sweothoart, took a quan
tity of poison a week ago nnd dlod
flvo days later. Tho warrant waa
sworn out by John Mlllor, brother-in-law
of the dead girl, who alleges that
Broka bought tho arsenic for tho girl
with tho knowlcdgo that sho would nt
tompt BOlf-destructlon. i
FAIRBANK'8 80N ELOPE8.
Young Man Concluded He Needed a
Wife and Took One.
Stoubonville, O. Announcement Is
made horo that Frederick Colo Fair
banks, son of the vlco president of
the United States, olopod from Pitts
burg with Nolllo Scott and, coming
here, woro married. It Is stated that
Mr. Fairbanks objected to tho mar
riage. The bride Is a daughtor of a
promlnont enBt sldo resident In Pitts- ,