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IN INfl1ELOMQ THE LONG RUN RUNsjte RUNS RUPSate
Committee Agreed reed That ThalMr ThatMr ThaMr
Sate S 3te
Mr Clark ShalltIFFER Shall Go GoHFFEH God GolffER
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1 11 1pr1120It MI prIl20ltU ii 20Itwa Rae Intend Intendinf IlIte IlIteJ
J I ting of the Senate COM COMu
u I I see g and elections si U0n1 tote toteport lOIf lOIfJ gallsport
> J port of the commute commuteiitor CIOIIUftltt4entor
iitor Clark of Mentani Mentanirii
mod madiun modne de deI
I rii I recent rt cent change cP
un I ne a 5 found Iroposslbls fmP llbie tc tci toto4y I Iproeentatloh
proeentatloh i entatlon today 1 1pnbnble II IItable ItIbt
pnbnble table that no meetlnii meetlni
1 frf i v Monday Mondayii
I ii I nt will render It prac pracu
u to dlpae dlfpoaeot dl OIe of thecas thecasi tbe lb cure Cl ClI
i r > re the vote 1s taken takenI
I a 11 some senators atoll had hadim har
im II to have lave done but buti butId buunderstaading
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Id i understanding about abouti
u i it t all questions on thli thlisitiid UIIIt tblctLd
sitiid t dc1 by Senator tor Clark Clarkiin
in voting olln In I the t t Quay Quayr Qu 1 1t 1tl
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difficulty in agreeing agreeingith
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y ith t I round und In tbe treatment treatmenti
r I i i mulcting the tb Montanan Montana
n nun I Ilh h the Clark contest contestme
e me differences as totullnr ti tit to tor
t r tioatlng Congrebsmatuta Congressman
< uta 1 xette x state Senator White Whiter
r t tl n with the tb case casei
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i n > f the committee U dls dlsiiio dl dltill dlarc
iiio tPitimony tf > ellmoll concerning concerningi
> 11 i t a ns strongly corrobora corroborai
Mr Mrtutors Mrt lr lrlIat
t i II t r rl charges char against
t > s tutors lIat < IN Psttus Harris Harrisn
a n t tk A the position that as asi alt
0 i t fonnwtlngMr unneft Mr lr Clarkl Clark
t l utproucba u r rpr11 > pri > u rites ch to the thei t tn
r t h i n ray > should not be used usedi
r a i majority m < lJorll There 1bern 1bernII Is an anv eass
ss v 10 II udjtit IIclJI t these tb differ differM dllferbut
M but If this IR fountt found foundUi
t Ui It three Hinatnro Ifl men menhn
t hn 1 Ii b > agreeing In the Ih gen genrc grnalrrxs n nIrrMR
IrrMR rc H dl dh dissenting > entlng nlln views viewsi vlewt Ieow IeowII
II t i possibility y of dissent dissenti
t i irs IK I of f Iampboll and sndi
II I i no event will lll there brh be beto beI
h to I the mommenda mommendaoccupied rommeadaI
stl I occupied ulJled by Mr MrI MrL
I L lured acant acanti
4 i ih I h > report upon which whichutiinlmity w1llchunanimity whlclunntmlty
unanimity 1 f opinion are arevith arteith ar arIilh
vith the general g > ntral charge chargeI chargerIrk
I i Irk Ik General stress alre is ist Itn
t n iiHtiruony cuncernl concerning the thei tbeIlth
i ings hi with members mem ot of the theI th thI
b L I n McLaughlln Woods Woodsu
tt a II + mud u t the present pr lnt to Mr Mrth Mrrh
th Hknowlodged use dr of ofr otof
of r money Loniiderable at atn
t n i the fart that len Senak lenI
° I k nnnlttve mnltt e f disregarded the thei theIn
t i In falling to make maker
r x r minures in the cam camin
J l in mallr iitir of the Whlteslde WhitIdei
i a hug UK hl his bunding hrtnn over to toj tcalleged
1 < j alleged to have been beeni been1I
1I t i k friends for votes yot then thereK thenP
1 P K 11 uai II a I of difference dl o1 of opln oplni
1 o i t luTfore is t related with withumcluslen WltbI
t I e > umcluslen as I to Its
1 i 1 t u uT 1 11 r ults ultsMnki ulI ulIT
T Mnki 1111 I11 tilrs lleiiteiinHt Ofncrnl Ofncrnli OOncrnltlru
i nit 20 2OT1I The Salt Senaui Sast1ndutary
i M Hilary affairs reached reachedt cbt4 cbt4I
1 t r report n port the he bill for the thei b bthl
i d f the army arlll with a ai anIIInl
i iments The nuIIU bfll oon ooni eo eoId
Id i ii IItulnantmlup IItulnantmlupIIJOI iitrnant general up upiiujoi upnrJur
iiujoi IIJOI general Itfne and nd that thati
< < i upun the adjutant adjutantirmj djutantarmr
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armrlU army irmj1Ir armyIll
Ill 111 tllH 111 I NOT sr GUlITV GUlITVf OUl Y YOa
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Wa Oa of f the IrlnilpnU Amused of ofHi orIh ofoIr
Hi oIr doPljoI Hurtlcl HurtlclI Muni or orApril
S I l v April 101hen When the theirtuit tb theIrcull I Ircull
irtuit court were read readill
ill 1 t I names announcd as asn a1niIIrIPd 1 1Id
niIIrIPd n luted < Id yesterday ellterela were werek i ik
r > k but the name of oft
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i t i lor T r was wa not mentioned mentionediths
III iths th attuiney tlurne asked askedV ktd ktdi
i V > ut ute utsey ey on one of the th men meni menpal mentlIpals
tlIpals i > i ipali pal In the assassln assasslnt uln
> bet t > el 1 be arraigned Ira Iraurt Imart 1 1url
url ordered or ered Toutsey Youtseya
lit a court room The inn In Inrad Inrall
rad n ad to Voutsey who whoi whoIIIIt whornllty
rnllty i IIIIt Hlty Tg Tgntered
rnlltytired tired for ball and the thet tb tbt
> t for ur Monday Mond April N NI
1 1 II LtDMjtA 10 tS7jgt tS7jgti 1Atzn 1AtznJ
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I i 0 Owing to the ava avam avaern
I ern m of the tb play the lord lordl
l ordered or 9 a further In Inth Int
r th t h t text n of the lb piece Za Zahtrt Znt
1 t > ed d here with a view viewit
< it with the copy origin originThe origtnThe orillnI
I The poalbllly Iblll of thet the theZasaf theZilla
t Zasaf Zilla is t Intimated by byr byIM
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1 IM r from fr Arcentlnn Arcentlnnft rtnunn rtnunnr
T ft r April 2OHan Hon Sydney Sydneyr
r of f agriculture received receivedfrom recelve4from receivedfrnm
from Lord Strathcona etratheonanimlaaloner StrathconaM
M 1 > mimlmloner In London Londonfoot LondotJ
> tJ > foot f and nd nuuth disease dl dlI dlemei
i I Arm Inlll i loan < an cattle ttle at Dept Deptununlrated Dept1Iuunicated Dptanunkated
ununlrated to them from
hrd h rd being In carried by
1 th therefore icfore re there was no nol noIrllhlbltln
r l inhibiting the shipment shipmentl
little atllrrulII littleJ
J nap 1 d < l from llruokljn kln IlrldRu IlrldRuApril lIrIt1Juj
j 1 Ii April Ai Irll tll 10 20A A well dressed dressedi d dt
t i Ir > tig na from the Ih Brooklyn Brooklynf
I f Fat river rI tr about two twotTnopn twoaernrpn
t 1 I tTnopn rno n She lls alightedi alighted pted ptedr
i r the I It rvnterof n ter It the tb bridge bridgegot brl4 brl4rnt
got over 0 the Ih railing
1 I i np Hhe be was picked up
lj I t H u I notjMiown not JMwta yet YetNan et
1 Nan IH Injured Injuredr1w li
r1w 1 jt ILit tIt1U1 tX 1I1Ir 1I1IrA
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I esnrntthat Jnlt Ilftl It Will bo Done 1I0noI
11 + r I th I > llouw Mny n1 1 mI2 mI2t end i ir
r I Iprll20 t Irl Ml 20 2tIRt Representative Representativefrge rPlltotath rPlltotathI
I frge Irlre rge of th thunces Uk Nllarnlrua NllarnlruauncOl
unces use c re that It r 1lInll Unit Uniten t tI trn 1 tlp II III I
I p a M Iotn b en react l by i to > N I hth htht hlehnee
t ° I 1 > nldrM I le hones 110 I
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FEED CANNED CANNEDROAST CAN CANNEDROAST N EO EOROAST
ROAST BEEF BEEFSoldiers BEEFSoldiers BEEFSaldiars
Soldiers In Philippines to be b Proviied Pro Provided Provlded
vided In That Way WayN0 WayNp WayrN10
N0 Np OATTLB NOW AVAIUBLB AVAIUBLBllccf A YAlk lJR lJRf1crrlllr
f1crrlllr Ilcfrlf rated CN1 flee Not Good oodIto HOJI HOJIVlll
Vlll 111 llnve to Holy tol on llfrf nerrUOftltulllt I1erCltoaetrd llfrfItoaitid
Itoaitid ut Monte llomtAfterae 1I01llr4It MonterAtteraee
Afterae 4It Dbpatehes DbpatehesWashington fluvstebsalWuhington tII tIIuhlftltOb
Washington April l ttl N itWar War depart department deprtIDI departmeat ¬
meat IDI eMclaJa nave bee compelled u uresort torelOn b bresort
resort to the use of canned rout beet beetfor betfor hisfor
for the Ill subsistence of the army In tin tinPhilippines tbtPhUlp th thPhlllppatea
PhUlp Philippines Dee Tile Is due to the fact factthat taottbat feethat
that It Is absolutely essential 1Ilal that the theMidlers theMldler th thsoldier
soldier shall be served ned with fresh m meat meatbecause menbecause meatbeetIIt
because of the tb Impossibility of provld providing provld111I provlding ¬
ing refrelgerator r beef or cattle on thehoot the thehoof tbehoot
hoot under ettJtlog conditions When Whenthe Whenthe Whetthe
the bulk of the tb army was 11 located at t the theseashore tb tbbore thseashore
seashore bore and at t easily accessible points pointsthere pointtM pointsthere
there tM was no difficulty In providing providingthem provl4lntbem provldtnlthem
them with fresh f meats but condillonihave conditions conditionshave condltlobhave
have now nD changed and nd tbe t e army rm Is Isscattered IIlCttertd Ii Iiscattered
scattered among mOll 19 1 points In various variousparts varioulpara varloutperta
parts of the tb archipelago a great many manyof man manof
of them at considerable co distance ironthe from fromthe tromtb
the tb nearest shipping IbIPIl point There SriIto are areno
no cattle available and the b refrigerated refrigeratedbeef ntrigeralelbeet
beef which hlah baa heretofore formed the1neIpl the theprlnelpal thelrlnolll
prlnelpal basis of subsistence for the thetroops tblttoO thetroop
troops ttoO cannot hbot be preserved In good con condition condltlon condltlor ¬
dition long lem enough to reach cb many man of the theIsland thetaJan4 thewad
Island posts postsConsequently POleCODHltumtly postsCunaqunttly
Consequently U became necessary Me to tolook tolook tr trlook
look for some suitable substitute tllutp and andthe an4tb endthe
the tb American canned roast beef was 11 theotdy the theonly tb tboll1r
only thing found to meet the require requirements rtqlliremntl requiremeats ¬
meats mentsTbe mntlTh meatsThe
The Th suggestions for Its use VI came ori originally orlIIDall7 orhglnsdiy ¬
ginally from the subsistence subsliteaeeoMcers officers In Inthe Inlhe isthe
the Philippines and nd the chief commis commissary comm commr commlvary ¬
vary r office of Ice at t Manila recently cabled rlbl a arequisition areqvlaltlon r rrequisition
requisition for an immediate delivery of ofabout ofbout o1 o1about
about 100000 cans tI1 of roast beef and andubsequent andsubsequent nd ndIulotcluenl
subsequent deliveries at the rate of ofabout ofbout ofabout
about MOM cans ca a month Acting Com Comtnlisary CommI Cornmtesary
tnlisary mI General Wester presented the themutter tbenulter thematte
mutter to the secretary IfCnt of war with withn
n strong endorsement of the proposi proposition ¬
Ion As a meanre 10 to of extreme trem cautionhowever caution cautionhowever rauUonhowlver
however 81m Berretfry = Root decided to get geta et eta
a trsonal < iersona opinion C1ttn II from Major Gen OenOtis OtnII GenOtte
Otis ltl before taking final action A cable cablemessage cab cabhi cablemteag
II message hi of Inquiry Inqul was forwarded atonlf atonce at atonce
once and Gin Otis reply was Ii received receivedtoday revetvedtoday vtd vtdl
today l a Its Ie text war w not mad pobllc pobllcbut pObIlcbllt publebut
but Its I general character CIIara < 1for may fII be tierly deaf deafly tifttIy ¬
ly inferred from the tact that Instruc Instructions IntrllrtlOII Inutriteions ¬
ions have been n sent to Col 01 Alexander Alexanderthe
the commissary olllcer at t Chicago to toarrange toarrant trarrange
arrange for the Immediate Imm dlle dispatch of ofa o1II
Ii large quantity of roast beef t to San SanFranleco lallJ SanFreiqeIslw
Franleco J sco for t shipment JIm1 to Manila ala by bythe bytit b btoe
the first available vbll steamerfpeclal steamer steamergpedal tf
gpedal 11 precautions will be taken to tosecure toIllCUre tosecure
secure the best quality of beef and to toInsure 10ure toineure
Insure ure He It proper rare and preservation preservationat pre rvUon rvUont
at t all stages 1 of Its It lung lun journey to the thePhilippines tb tblhlllppl theIhlllpplaes
Philippines IhlllpplaesTHECONCRESSAT PhilippinesTHECONGRESS et etTHE
THECONGRESS THE CONCRESS AT HOUSTON HOUSTONSpodtmiklag HOUSTONSpeecfwnI HOUSTONSpeadmaklsg
Spodtmiklag SpeecfwnI klllg Co ConM tnu Today T OI Y on TressmllsHippi Tress TrantAffilft T rl rlmlMtlppl
mlMtlppl Affilft Afakllpproprlatlon AffilftAl
Al roprliilloii > A tked K hflltr l fhr tlioSt the 5t10111 5t10111N il Lout LoutXVorldx Iohurll1
XVorldx N urll1 Inlr In 1NOd71oreIteuhnhue lUOilaiore lUOilaioreHouston IIIOtlUorohohnl
Iteuhnhue Iteuhnhuehouses hohnl hohnlUOllltn
Houston Tex April N IOThe The fretpatter Drat Dratmatter ftllttr
matter ttr before fore the Transmlsalsslppl 1HIII1lpl con congreat COlireu congrill
great reu today wa was the tII th address 4mI of B B BPerkins Utrkl l lPerkins
Perkins PerkinsTbe PerkinsThe trkl trklThe
The list of permanent members of th thconference the theeollere theconferren
conference eollere wu read after which Mr A AT AProut AF
T Prouty mode s speech and n4 was riv glvee riven v vea ¬
en a vote 01 of thanks thanksOor thankGo thanksGov
Oor Go D It r Francis presented 1I1ed the tb mat matter mttr matter ¬
ter of the St Louis Worlds Fait and andwas uda endwar
was a heartily applauded applaudedBcOovernor applauded2Governor
BcOovernor 1 Francis opened ope his reharks re remarks reo reolurQ
marks with lib a review In of some 10 length lengthcovering In lengthcovering < < tll tlleoverlalr
covering tbe changes cha wrought and nd the theprogress tkeprolffa theprogress
progress made during 4I1rln the century centurythroughout oentul oentulthroUlhout centurythroughout
throughout the world orl4 and nd especially In Inthe Inthe inthe
the territory of the Louisiana purchase purchaseHe
He 11 declared that the Ih country bad badIntompable seen seenIncomparable seenincomparable
Incomparable Industrlsl development developmentIn
In advance of constitutional govern government JOve JOvemrnt government ¬
ment In broadening brodelll the rights r hl of man manIn mnIn manin
In alleviating the suffering and better betterIng lKlIerInr bettering
Ing the conditions of humanity and nd ex extending extendl extending ¬
tending tendl and cementing cementl l the bonds ofunivarssl of ofuniversal otUII
universal UII rnl brotherhood brotherhoodThe
The entire civilised world the theSpeaker the1J theIpeaker
Speaker 1J akfr said Is In closer touch touC today todaythan toda todaths todaythan
than ths n different sections sttl cllPII n of this territory territoryw territoryunre
w Wnt < r < > with each other outer when hn Jefferson Jeffersonbought JtrenoaKIIlbtlt Jefenonbought
bought It of Napoleon NapoleonThe
The speaker Ip ker declared that the Chicago1Yorldu Chicago ChicagoWorlds ClcaaoWorld
Worlds Fair was w the most illustrious illustriousthe
the th most beneficial and tbe most reachIng reach reachIn reachInr
In Inr K In n Its It results that the th world orl4 has hasever hueer hasyer
ever yer seen Governor Francis then re related reIIItd related ¬
lated what had been done to further the theproposed tbeptn thernposed
proposed ptn OWd exposition to be held in St StIxnila
Ixnila touts In 103 to commemorate the ten centennial Ie IettnnlI tentennls ¬
tennial of the Imlnlana purchase purchasewhich plreh plrehwhlcb purchaserhieb
which I Is already familiar to the lilteral gen general yentrel ¬
eral reader ater and added addedA
A bill has been Introduced la the tbeSenate tb tbnatt theIFnate
Senate natt < and the House of Repreaenta Repreaentatle Repr es ta tagive
give providing for the lecognltlon 1 If1aIton ofhe of ofthe ofthe
the he Exposition Exp < > lIlon by b the government of ofthe ofth ofhe
the th he United Slates and pledged an ap appropriation aptiro p pJ1Ioprll1on ¬
propriation tiro atlen of tt000000 000 in aid thereof thereofsuch tbtreocIteh thereofmelt
such appropriation to be made tn when whengt be beI
gt I Louis anal have raised 110MIOOO In Inaid InId ntid
aid Id of the exposition K OItUon but not to be beavailable beIllable iretvallabte
available Illable until the ten millions fur furnlihed fllrnlheod furtiehed
nlihed by b Bt Louis shall have been beftptndtd ex expended exended ¬
pended ended t tcJ < > the satisfaction of the secre secretary Ittretar secreart ¬
art tar of the treasury No time is 1 to be belest belot beoat
lest In fact It Will demand the most mostpropltlou mOilprnpltloue mosttropllloue
propltlou tlreluDtlunrt lrcun sUnr > i to complete completepreparations completerreparatlont ompletJI
preparations JI parallon for PIN If I the requisitennney requisite requisitentnney requlltem1nl
ntnney m1nl w 1 were ere already secured We mast masthnte mtblIP mastlate
blIP late fsvorable action at tlhll this session 10 of ofCrtngr ofongresa t tCnn1I1
Crtngr Cnn1I1 > M or the project will probably be beabandoned btbandon beibsndnned
abandoned bandon by b Bt Louis LouisIn
In clolriK clu lnK Governor French asked askedtke alii aliitJI askedbe
tke tJI Trans Tranllmuawlppl ml mlIss1PPl ls lppl Congress on < < r to ap oppolm appenl apIolnt
polm a committee of five ft or ten to ac accompany acIIIpny acvopeny
company a Vlegatlon > from 81 Louis to toWi to1hlnstn toaahingttn
Wi 1hlnstn hlnet > n U > eppmr IJ ar before the Iou Louisiana IoulllIa Iouclean ¬
clean lllIa tutihn Iur tin nlrnln < eiialon committee rommitteeon
on n April K flltl In advocacy of an appropri appropriation appropriAllon approprilion ¬
lion of JVWOOM 110O In aid of the Iaull0a Louisi Louisiana LoIIIIIana ¬
ana 0a purchase urcb exposition expoiltlonA
A very utrnns resolution I GI utlon favoring the theappropriation tb tbalproprllon thepproprtatlnn
appropriation by Congress was a adopted sdoptedAt
At the th afternoon aeelon wion Ion the commit committ
resolution presented a further furtherln furtherttirtn
t ee t on
rI e rt
ttirtn ln Tl Wilier ttberUM r t HurrI presented presentedh
UM i JIaA > lan of f the Paa FaaAnitrkan FaaAnitrkantun Anletlcan Expoaltl Expoal
len tl n
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MAY BE FIRST FIRSTNEWS FIRSTNEWS I II INEWS I I
NEWS OF PROGRESS PROGRESSFighting PROCRESFighting
Fighting Reported R portd at Kiree Siding SidingNorth SidinfNorth SldhJINorth
North of Bloemfontein BloemfonteinSuVY
SuVY Si Y HOKHS AUK IN JIKTRBAT JIKTRBATUt lUtlRmItIIIIClt It WIRCMItgItct
ItIIIIClt Ut < iur t Hade of JlaOUliijtii Jllltiolh C U4Irrl1I U4Irrl1Ithull1 GarrlsstItlauecs rrlk rrlkItliodo
Itliodo duct Hade hoer lleerHiilleCliik IIttrar hoerRar
Rar ar HiilleCliik IhllletbuiAftsnoon HiilleCliikAfternoon lIullellllllUtMtlOOn
Afternoon Dispatches Dispatchesn DtpateheaLondon teMt J JLoa4oD
London n April W 1O1p lt p mn J1IIae J1IIaeJIOrt N Nport report
port of the tb fighting alllu at Xaree tiding ail ailmllea 11 11Wi iiimlla
mllea Wi north o ol Wen contained coataliI to a aspealal I IepeoNl
spealal I I dlsMteti from rom Bloomfonteln Blo foatein to today today 0 0da
day da may ID be the tit first news of the pro progress proof prignee ¬
nee of the tb UtlthhAvance British advance on Pretoria Pretoriabut Pretoriabut
but ut even It this were only on I an unimpor unimportant unimportant unimportaut ¬ I
tant skirmish there are re many other in indications IIdlctton ladlcatbne ¬
dications that lord Roberta Is either eitherstarting elthetstarting Itll Itlltnl
starting tnl or has already started for tNnorthern too toonorthern tMnorlbtra
northern goal galA oal oalA
A dispatch from fro Capetown under 111I4 to todays lodill todays ¬
days dill date dlleft nays naysThe Myume
The censorship ce onblp restrictions ratrk tlens havebeen have havebeen heb
been b greatly Ur increased owing to the themovements thtmovement e emoyata
movements of tile troops troopsAll troo trooAll troopAll
All the dispatches dtl atcll hoar traces of the thestrenuous t1MItrenUOID thestrenuous
strenuous efforts ortl of the tII correspondents correspondentsto
to give their papers an D Inkling of what whatU wealb I III
U afoot afootThe a afootThe footTItt
The floors Ilotr1lOuth south of Btoemfonteln Dlvelllfonteinreported are arereported artireported
reported to be retreatlnj Urge com commands tommDd cornmend ¬
mend were seen April l A near ThabatNchu Thaban ThabanNchu i iNcbu
Nchu moving to the north Their Theirprogress TheirPJOl Thellprogress
progress PJOl war Yo slow however owing oln kthe to tothe totb
the tb terrible condition of the country countryBy coulltrB
By B way wa of Pretoria comes a report reportthat reporttbt reportthat
that fever II decimating the tb Mafekmf Mafekmfgarrison Kat KatrrllOn Mafskhqgarrison
garrison rrllOn and a letter from tro troC1f the ho mogoi mogoiof lgat lgatof
of Msfeklng says y Lord Robert asked askedCol askedCcl cS cSOl
Col Ol Baden BadenPowell Powef to 0 hold out until untilMay dIUM upluMay
May M 10 ttCecil 10Cttll 10Cecil
Cecil Rhodes a returns to Capetown Capetownmorrow Capetomorrow CaptolMJmmorrow
morrow The announcement of nil hI > > de departure d dprture deparun
parture war unexpected untlr ltOtcL It hi learn learnthat lamed lrnt4Ibt lamedthat
that the tb socalled emplre empiremaker empiremakercame maker makercame
came to England purely on business businessconnected buln bulnconn businessconnected
connected conn te4 with tbe British Brltl Chartered CharteredSouth CbartrelSouth CharteredSouth
South African company and a4 the De DeBeers DeBeere DsBeen
Beers Mine company He S has ba aceom accomplished aceompillb aceompliehed ¬
plished pillb We objects and hating atten attention attantlon ttentloa ¬
tion and 4 not wl wlhln hln to meet people or orfreely 01frMJ ofreeiy
freely express u hu Us 1 I views vi viltermlne4 ftoanddenl ftoanddenldetermined 1l 1ldeermiacd
determined to return to South Africa Africawhere Africawhen Africawh
where wh he 11 will watch the b Interests ofthese of ofthese oftbtt
these two companies companiesMr IOmnl IOmnlIIr
Mr Rhode l has absolutely refused to tobo tobt tcbe
bo interviewed though hou privately he hehag MPHIItd heham
hag expressed scathing comments t on onseveral oW oW1eVI o oseveral <
several of the general salt haloing haloingcommands hdt1commends IIoNI Ir Irtomadl
commands at the front frontLady treatLed
Lady Led fcataere a ere will be a fellow paean pauer paeanget passenger ¬
get r of Mr lr Rhodes She Is I going as far faras CrCadelra tatas
as Madeira to meet her husband the theBritish UleBrllb theBritish
British general npr1 who 110 baa been II lent bach bachto lackto
to Kngland KnglandCapetown JDalaadCa OaglasdCapetown
Capetown Ca lloWlI April MAt a meetlneof meetlneofthe IIIlItllI of oftb 01the
the tb volksraad of the tb Orange Free FreeState JreeBtle Freehate
Plat Steyn Steyndenounced Iteyndenoullced Itsyndenounced
State at t Kroonstad today tode
denounced Lord Roberts proclamationsee P proclamation prodamatloDtlthery 10 10as
treachery end nd declared that aa aarest uOreat I IUreat
as rest Britain object was WI their de destruction 4 4traltlOft diwas ¬
struction their last hope was to appeal appealto ip ppealto
to torclvtllwd civilised powersw powere polder oIntervenee to oInterveneeBrsndfort Intervene InterveneBrandfort InterveBrandfort
Brandfort Orange Or If Free State Thurs ThursdayiApril Thullday Thurday
dayiApril day April ll0en helarey l 11ola larey has h hlurned re returned neaaSit
turned from a reconnaissance In force forceeast forePUt ne e
Mnodder
eaaSit east of thf the nllrad railroad to nthe the Madder rivet rivetHi
Hi 11 reports that he b met only a few fewscouts fewl fewscouts
scouts l OuLl but that he saw w British fortm forliAcationi fortmcations fortlatatlobl
cations all along 1011 the hills hillsImdon billlon40D hillsLandon
Imdon April HThe The Qaaette an announces announces n nGOunc ¬
nounces GOunc that the t cuaan hM hi conferred lonftrrMthl < e ternd terndthe
the Victoria cross on Major Major William WilliamBabtle MUlamBabtle lIIlamBabtle
Babtle of the army rm medical corps for forbravery lorbrant forbravery
bravery at t the 0 battle of Colenso Major MajorlUptle MajorBaplle aJorapte
lUptle apte went tlo to the assistance tane of wound wounded
of heavy rifleAre rifle riflefire rlnnre
ed gunners lInDt In the face a
fire during 4url the fighting ftlhun Dec11 Dec 15 and an later laterassisted Iterted laterusleted
assisted ted in IrngTng t in Maj > > J Roberta eon eonof IOnof sonof
of Oen Q Roberts who lost his b Ufa IIf while whileattempting whileattempting I Iaftptl
attempting to rescue the guns gunsThe gunsThe
The latter feat of Major > > jor BapUe waa WMalso waaalso I
also 110 accomplished under a severe Snaillade fusil fusillade ¬
lade ladePretoria IctaPntorla ladePretoria
Pretoria April prll ZOMaJor MaJor General Generalflcnalfcburger Gtneta1can Qewrsllehlkburga
flcnalfcburger can bulJ has been gssetted sa etted viol vloepresident violIn vicepresident
president lies In succession to the t late Gen General 0 Genoral ¬ I IrAllouMrI
oral rAllouMrI Joubert and d den Louis folks baa haabeen baabltn hambeen
been gaaetted U14 acting commandant comtnaa4uteral gen general gaersl ¬
eral succeeding u lq Oen Joubert loll In fIotmallei com command stemmend ¬
mend of the Transvaal f feriule fercasj fercasjIn
In Ortv W Tnylor ToXnr Intllototl IntllototlFrankfort ImUoUJlIlFrallkfort indlotdFrankfort
Frankfort Ky X April ISTbe Tna court courtofficers courtom11 courtoflrers
officers refuse refu to make public pu lIo whether whetheror wbetl er erC1r
been found foundsgainst jouddagalnt ounacalnlt
or r not an Indictment has
sgainst Oov W 8 Taylor andIt end 1t t la isnot lanot IInot
not known whether a bench wanUnt wanUntha
ha hall been Issued The officials also 110 detne cIent de declne
clne tne nt to state what steps ttpalf If any an are 111ng be beIng beIn
Ing In ng taken to take the tII Republican RpubUeaIlernor g gav gavinor v vsenor
senor Into custody custodyDttrnnlt cUltOlSJllunol custodyJurnolt
Dttrnnlt nets a Toll JobhlcetO JoltChicago TollChlcsgo
Chicago April 100 O P Burnett Burnettguard BurnlttruAtd Burdettpuard
guard of the tJl University DIYeralt of Chicago Chicagoeleven Cldoagoteven ChloIOtlven
eleven In lift and nd named aa a member memberof bet betof
of the All American eleven today todayreclved 101 101rveln todayecived
reclved notice totl of his appointment to tee tobe tocher
be ee chief coach at t the Ireland land Stan Stanford Stanfnrd Stanmd ¬
ford University Tlnly nays Mr Burnett will leave leavefor Ivefor lavefor
for California next ext Friday FridayLATE Ft1d Ft1dlATE FridayLATE I
LATE LOCAL NEWS NEWSAI i
AI A I Oberg the young man whom the theNews theNw theNew
News reported P0r 4 some days da sab as hav havng Innr havrag
ng deserted dellflrt his b wife and nd ltomturned home re returned reurned
turned unexpectedly yesterday erelaY The Theonly Tbtonl Themly
only onl excuse he had to offer was that he hewlthed he1Ihed hetithed
tithed to teach his hi wife a lesson What Whatsver Whater Whatver
sver er the tb result of his absence may mayhave m maylive
have 1111 live been his h wife has < ia forgiven him himand himand himnd
and nd the two will 11I fume housekeeping housekeepingwhere houllfk 1IJ1f 1IJ1fwhre
where tbej Ulttlelt left oft oftThe olrTill ofThe
The Cunalngton company filed an anamendment IUtmeDdllttDt anamendment
amendment to Its I articles rUct of Incor Incorporation locorlI Incoraratbn ¬
lI poration < tloll today increasing 1 lnr Its capital capitalstork cpltalttKk capitalitck
stork from 110IOM to I1MMS 15 divided dividedInto dlvleledInt
Into Int IMO shares ha of the denomination of
100 each The company Incorporated Incorporatedon
on m May 11 IBM for fifty nft years yearsThe yearsThe ea eafht
The trust dread tld of Mary Emma Van VanSchoonhoven VanIchoonhoven an anIkboonhotn
Schoonhoven and an 0 H Van Beacon Beaconhnv 1lcll00IIhovln Iobooneven
hnv hovln even n to II W v Tate 1t on November U 111m
1107 57 to secure a note for RtOO n was re released relealed re relamed ¬
leased today The property mortgaged mortgagedfaces
faces aces south on Third street near the tbeturner Ibemer theorner
turner mer of A AJohn AJobn AJohn
John II Johnson and Charles J Jonn Jonnon JlhnlIOn Jr hn hnnn
on natives or > f itwden H J Ihn n but now of f Halt HaltLake KilitLake Saitaka
Lake were ue admitted to cltlxenihlp lllzerubl by byJuJu byJUdit bywigs
JuJu lines today
HOPE AMERICANS AMERICANSWILL AMERIOANSWILL
WILL STAND PAlCommerce PAT PATCommirclif PATCommrc
Commerce Clrelsto Clrelstop ClrelstoWANT Clrcl ClrOs 11 tatantina tatantinap stnUno stnUnop
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Uellety lIsty a lt ftisKttl 1IUe Jtt > t fleaINg u VI VII 1 1IHK
IHK IHKAxis I 1tIli im rlter irlty1Afltnietc
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rutftM Axis AxisConetanllnople to 3 3Conetaatlnopl
Conetanllnople AJfU II M9he hra hraatUltICI ira iraattitude firsattitude
attitude of the Ufttat U Pallet btOYl btOYlmill govern government governmintregarding ¬
ment mill mintregarding mintregardingn mintregardingt4Ja4Irkaa t regarding rdln thee tk hM t4Ja4Irkaa t4Ja4Irkaafor of American Americanfor rica ricafor
for leases and n4 msseafteji n iajSlrmenU lai rmi i u uentirely ItentllflY t tentirely
entirely approved Ippro ed In political OU and com commerelat CIOtnmflelal cornmerelat
merelat circles and net If Ifs to hoped that thUnited the theUnited theUnited
United States 8tlt will 1U 1 awadfastiy GtU main maintain mlntaln mainlain ¬
lain Its It demand a am a course COl being beingthe bellltbe biisfthe
Igeeed IgeeedIt
the oply CUll one likely bfjjjsaiiiuil bfjjjsaiiiuilIt tt ttIt
It is thought that tW11 1111 nil the powers powersshould pow powhould powershould
should follow the 11 same course not only onlyconcerning onltcoceml onqconcerning
concerning coceml Indemnities Ind but al also o with withreward withItIPrd wit witreward
reward to the tlt Inrrauk In a of r duly dutyNegotiation dulyNegotiation c1l1t c1l1tNeroUUOfII
Negotiation regaiijag American Am rtla In Indemnity I Idmnlty lademnity ¬
demnity arc nowYMttg no eonduoted In InWashington I IlIlnlorI Ir IrWashington
Washington lIlnlorI owlafTto owl the tit presence presencethere PIIOItb pnsenathen
there tb of United ftalof7nBUrter lit te lIItr Straus StrausWhen 8IrlIW1ItD StrausWhen
When the prghiblUiKf IIr b1bl Wbit against In Ameri Amerycan American AmrItII ¬
can pork was msuod aavd d C Qrlscom QrlscomAmeilcsn OrllomI1IPIhn GrlseomAmerican
American charge chr 4 Mnalree addressed addressedan addreeelan t1IJ1 4 4ID
an energetic lIeUc note W tyjao porte porteBRITISH rte rteBRITISH rleBRITISn
BRITISH IN MORE TROUBLE TROUBLETimat TROU TROUBLETroops LE LET
Troops T intend It M Ul DifllcaUat DI With WithNativ WI WllNilly t tNail
Nail s so of ofItunsor i itame
t 1 1hUIIII
hUIIII tame Cal ef f I JllaB 111 4JCreeruaals er rfJflIlIll min Vltli Wltbllau VltliIho YltlIhu
Iho lr tlrlldl ncli Xoffr Iol the Julie Uubeiney nabeuser Julieme
user me Imiilltr ImiilltrLagfts fbUr 1rintlens 1rintleniseja fbUrBrllIh
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Lagfts British West wtIlrrica Ifrica April AprilTbree M MTbree IIThree
Tbree hundred NbJOrwa N troops have havebeen kartbeen ve vebeeri
been dispatches overland 0 to the daman damancountry aamaDcountry Gamatcountry
country nothwest of 4bantl lltalltl where here the theBritish th thDrllIb lhBritish
British residents report repcc t a recmdeeence recmdeeenceof nce nceof
of trouble which neocoMtated IIfIC ttatei the reps repstitJon rvpttlUon reppstltlon
titJon of last years 0ra4aattftBj 0ra4aattftBjUnconfirmed greaun greaunUnconfirmed
Unconfirmed Unco rl11Kt rumors run ort < tnji afSfau afSfauthe I Ali AliIftb > t tIII
Iftb III the rrench at stcountry N th tftlba tftlbatotllllfY eMmcountry
country in the ndgbborliood n bNrlttod of the IM IMhomey Va110m Dahomey
homey 110m frontier Owttf 0 to the distance distancehowever dlltnCl distancehowever
however thl ran an haftiy bald be connected connectedwith conneel conneelwltb connectedwith
with the troubles lo AihantJ tlahti cad tl4 Oa Oan 0 0JrOlllmS Gabras
bras
i JrOlllmS iiIII1iSSS II1fJU I i i Om OmlInlljod m N NIlaugod
lInlljod n Xogio Criminal irnillal AHur tf tr Ha HaAVHN IkWas lo loMil
Was Mil Shot SliotBluefleW ShotmfttkS StintBluetkld
BluefleW W Vs April MKews N has hasreached kinreached III IIIreaebed
reached here he that on Wednesday at atTaatwell atTa alN
Taatwell Ta well M miles 11111 west eet of hen sobsPeters John Johnlitters JollaJ
litters J colored assisted ated Miss MIIaUt MIIaUtJUettle Katie KatieRichie lathRlebit
Richie a white girl rl l II year of age and andescaped andekaped nel nelBloodhound
escaped Bloodhounds ware used and andhe andhe n nhe
he was captured Shortly after mid midnight ibidhllllt midnight
night masked men stormed tin jail and andsecured andecUM andsecured
secured the tb negro who ho ooafaaaed A Arope Arope Arope
rope was placed around bla aavk It and hewas he hewas litwu
was dragged WO yards toward toy the thewoods thewood thewoodss
woods Bullet after ballet ww fired firedInto IIrtdInlo Aridinto
Into his body while he h was being beingdragged beln belndratd bellydragged
dragged and before the wtads tod were werereached wererpachPd werereached
reached he was mn il el < 1 The body Mid was wasthen wuthell wasthen
then ha hanged n c < > d to a tree treeEASTERN IrtEASTERN treeEASTERN
EASTERN UTAHROBBER UTAH UTAHROBBER UTAHROBBER
ROBBER KILLED KILLEDShot
Shot to Death by Sheriff Preeces PreecesPosse PreecesPosse ProecesPosse
Posse While Defying Arrest ArrestA
A DflSPKHATK D SP HPR C11Ut CHAHAOTBII CHAHAOTBIIllnllerctl Y11CR Y11CRllnllercd
llnllerctl la Hate lIa teen OnoofiheOtil OnoofiheOtillutts Ono onlae 0111 0111lIn
lutts lIn vlio hu 11 hold nld tip t7 HID U VI r I Train Truliilu
lu Wyoming llyonringlutt luU Year VinrTtoere YearThere r rTbtft
There was much Interest la Salt It Lake Likeacts Lakeofficial LakeotIcIa1
official acts circles today over the reported reportedkilling reportedklning portedI
killing In eastern m Utah yesterday of ofa ofI
I a I robber 18 supposed to be flat t Nesed NesedOeorge N Nesedergs ecI
0 Oeorge ergs Whether he Is I otIeor one of be gang gangthat gangbat n ntbat
that held up 111 the Union Paefoo trala at atWUcox atWBoca I
WUcox WIIc Wyoming 011I tail year to not notknown notflown I
known flown though some Inettao to that thatopinion utTIat thattplalop
opinion opinionThe tplalopTb I
The robbers death was the result of ofbeing oftome
being bell detected while on a cattle tt steal stealing atealIn balrag ¬
In ing rag expedition It appears that some somemember IOIIMmember somenember
member of the tb Webster Cattle com comjany remNtny
pan jany observed two men defacing fefadDibrDdl too lbetrends toobrands
brands on their stock The Tb 1a cattle oatdepaal cant eesamens cantpanys
panys representative took them M Mverely eererely
verely 1 to task but Instantly found him himaelf 11111IIflt himIelf
aelf covered by a couple of formidable formidablerevolvers lorlllldAblevolvra formldaDieevolvers
revolvers and decamped In making makingill malliabl
bl ill d hut dparture df artur he h met Sheriff HherlffPreece MhrlftIee Sheriffreeve
Preece > Iee reeve < e who with Ith a number of men menwas
was In 1IIl1tarh search of cattle thieve A brief briefconsultation brleofeouultatloft briefonsultatMr
consultation followed and SbertC SbertCPreece IberilPretee Sbirigreeve
Preece reeve and nd posse pol started In pursuit and andran udran andan
ran onto the th rubbers on the tll bonks of ofQm ofarffft ofPreen
arffft Qm > n river riverSheriff rlvrSherif riverSheriff
Sheriff Preece > ordered them to sur enrender surrender ur urftllder ¬
render end on tine < f theft cried out Ill 1lllever Illnever Ill1Ieeor
I
never do so n md Melmg his gun on onb onUt onbe
Ut b be sheriff rl < < lIcJ flr d a IOl l hm > m and then a br brIlIto brake brakento < Jta Jtanto
nto a run For Fl > r six IX miles mil the sheriff ahariEnd sheriffsnd I
snd 1111 his 111 posse pureuN4 pumu llrtlu d the fleeing 1Iln fugl fuglIve fugihe 11111tho
Ive and nd after abiit all < ul thlrtyfve shots shotstad lIbtlha
ha tad been exi tJIhan exchanged hanged 1 one n of the thieves thievesi thin I If11
f11 i > ll dead with llh a huller hole through throughus i ibit
bit us ii head h < I Hi hie pal al raped The dead deadman deadana
man ana s body was I a put m n to a pack horse horssuid hor hornil horsead I
nil cenv OOne CCnvevd > d to t Thentplin Bprl DpriaQa
PEOPLE FORCED TO TOVjfitir TOABANDON TOABANDON
ABANDON HOMES HOMESYatr HOMEater
Vjfitir ater on Public Roads Is Dee DeeEnough Deep DeepEnough DeepEnouh
Enough to Swim a Horn HorssJmCIt1 HornTORY HonJn
TORY Jn nY mtlDQB IJIUDQItSWlCP11 SWJtPT AWAY AWAYTerrible AWATbrriblo A WAY1rrllll
Terrible ftuidltloH tltllHtl H of Amirs 1ilra III the thetreat tlieUreal tb tbtreat
treat l need lit Iwrl IwrlHirer 1111Htur i0uriIttrer
Hirer HirerAfternoon HturAttllllOOft IttrerrAtternooe
Afternoon i DlaoatcblH Dispatches iapatohearNew 1 1New
New H Orleans April WAdvlces from fromPeanltngtOn ftoaaIt tree2elInvtbd
PeanltngtOn It say Pearl river has baaIIIr reached reachedIU reaehcit
IU IIIr it tfghee mark since MM Today loCIa littimber lit tIIeUmber tacUmber
Umber booms commenced breaking eyand tip tipand Po
and 14 thousand of dollars worth of tim timber ltllbIr tintbet ¬
bet ha floated out to sea All bostneai bostneaion tItIII I
on the river la at a standstill standstillThe ItneltlllThe standstillTh
The water has reached the Brat floor floorof lloorof Aooof
of all stores along the river AH th lbsteamboats thstearabosts the thetmboata
steamboats are re lying at their where wharveiwith wba wbawith wherewith
with steam m up In case of emergencies emergenclegrrrimc emergenciesTraffic emtpnclnlraftlc
Traffic of all 11 kinds Is I suspended enn ennthe and andthe d dtilt
the water ter U Itlll UII rising rietD livery brldgi brldgifrom brldaefroM bridgfrom
from Pearlugtoa a to Logtown has been beenswept beenweft beeswept
swept away The water wat In the public publicVoada pubilroads 1bllo
roads 1 la deep enough ouh to swim a t hone honePeopla bo boopl horsekopl
Peopla kopl opl living liviD on the tb Louisiana aid sidihave lideVI aidhave
have VI been forced to abandon the thetihomes Ualtrhem thehomes
homes hem and nd flat to the t1 Mississippi sid oldfor sidfor I14etOt <
for safetyiumdreda safety safetyHundreds AtetyUft4ra4
Hundreds Uft4ra4 of beads of hop and attthove oattb oattbhave oatlleba
have ba been drowned Deer and othai othaigame oUlerme otbtgame
game me are swimming across the river fty ai aievery atanllabll a aevery
every available point pointAll pointAll pointAll
All farms and gardens rdDI will have U Ube tobe ti tibe
be replanted replantedJackson replantedJackson plantedJacILtoD
Jackson hula MIIILI April rII M TWe IMIIttloD Hood Hoodsituation fopMttlttioa
situation shows no Improvement ImprovementRailroad ImprovementRaltroad IIIprovtRaIlroad
Railroad traffic la still badly crippled crippledby orIpfIedWubolltl
by washouts and 04 missing mIIIt bridges brld A Aheavy Ab A Abrae
heavy b ratn 10 fell last night bt and the south southera 100UaeID southera
era part of Jackson has h been flooded bj bjthe b btile bthe
the back water ater at of Town uwn Creek Pamll Pamlllea Famllhis PtunilI
lea I have been compelled e to move from fromtheir fromt tropbeds
their t homes homesTo
To tie east of the th city Pearl river U Utwelve IItwelve 1 1twelve
twelve miles wideThe wide wideThe widThe
The stage ata of the river Is I the thehlghes thehlghesever hlgheal hlghealever bllheatever
ever known and the water continues conUII U Urise b brise 0 0rile
rise rapidly rapidlySIX rapldlSIX rapidlySIX
SIX MONTHS MOMTIiS FOR FOR NIELVINE NIELVINEFar ON MELVINE MELVINEFar
Far r Uivo Ilwiaj in Ills Pouattloa P Burglar hn hnlie litpItmtIIw beeU beeifrChtaged
pItmtIIw pItmtIIwuc1 U
lie uc1 ifrChtaged Changed I UU 11 111 lle ll tttfliilliri hI 1101 1101iii l81 l81in op oping ¬
ing in for Lenleiirv and Hot full 1ullItxicut lUIlUuen fullItxteut
Itxicut of the lar IntrWBllam larWUIIam Ia IaWUlIaDt
WUIIam Melvin > > JvI the tit companion of ofEdgar 01Bd of ofFAgar
Edgar Bd r Marshall Me the supposed murder murderer ur4erer ¬
er of Mrs II Creech war today taken be before before beton ¬
fore Judge Timmony to answer DI to thecharge the thecharge theb
charge b of having bav in his possession burg bllllIr burgtar burglar
tar tool toolWhen 1001Wb toolsWhen
Wb When n the t1I time arrived to plead III Mel Melvlne Me1vID Mehvine ¬
vine decided to chain his bl plea pl of not notguilty lIotpllt notguilty
guilty to that of guilty but wished leassure to toassure 101IUft
assure the court that he found the tbaJlramle lb lbJimmie theJlmmle
Jlramle and nd didnt know what It was waaThe wasThe 11 11Tile
The court Is I statlsfled beyond a adoubt adoubt adoubt
doubt said Judge rud Tlmmony that you youdid youdid ou oudid
did not find that Jlmmle I believe bell you youare youare OU OUI
are I a allln man who carries errI such ucl Implements Implementsand implementand
and for the purpose of using uID them to toget tori toget
get ri Into peoples houses bou It Is 11th 11thCQurtl the thecourts thecourts
courts Intention to give Ive you ou all lItbe the lawallows law lawallows IwlIow
allows lIow Melvtne was then sentenced sentencedto ltaeed ltaeedto
to six months In the tb county Jail JailIt JailIt all allIt
It Is understood that no action will willbe will1K willbe
be taken against In1 Melvlne by the Butte Butteofficials Butteofft Butteolilale
officials offt l1 although they the were quite sure sureof cureof ureof
of maklnc some kind of a case c against againsthim againsthim nt nthim
him himSAUI himSAEJI
SAUI 01 CONOLOMIBIIATU COS IICltATI 3IIXII 3IIXIIOnus mXHOM d11511tCase
Onus In n Mliluli 15 AV Joiiier OOlll r Seek Keeksto Seekto
to Ilewivor neumlor 51011111 1IO 10011 H11 Ownmilwlort OwnmilwlortTba OtlllulIl lll lllTIM
TIM case of E W Oenter va the tb Con Conglomerate Conglomerate ¬
glomerate 10 Mining Alnttl Company and Q La Lavagntno Lavflltno Lavaptno
vagntno was called for trial before beforeJudge beforeJucIp beforeJudge
Judge Cherry and n4 a Jury late lat yester yesterday 1tIterta resterday ¬
day ta afternoon and Dd resumed todayTgls today todayThis to4 to4ftalllI
This ftalllI U an action brought to recover recoverUO recoverf1iN1
UO f1iN1 1 H alleged to be due plaintiff as ascommission ucotiunlallon astwmmlssIon
commission for negotiating the sale Ie of ofcertain otcertain ofcerlatn
certain mining properties belonging to tothe tothe i
the defendant company at Bingham BlngbamIn
In I his III complaint Oenter allege that thaten tbten thaten
en February 1 ItH 1 N he b was hired by bythe bytb bytha
the tb defendants to procure a purchaser purchaserfor
for the property it being bet agreed that thathe thatb thathe
he b should oul4 receive rel < < lve 110000 for such aer perrvie aervice aerviet
vice The properly through plaintiffs plaintiffsefforts plalallfrllroru plaintiffsefforts
efforts It Is I alleged was old to C AIllght A AHlght 1
Hlght of Boston for UMOOO UMOOOThe IilO0o0The I
The 11 negotiations utilIona between the plain plaintiff plaiaU plaintiff ¬
tiff U and the th Conglomerate Company Companywere Iompaltw
were w conducted e by b G Lavagnino as assjtanager asmessier i iTbe
messier The company In Its It answer answsralleges answeralb
alleges alb 1 that th Lavagnino had no au authority authority authority ¬
thority t to < > make any n such an 11 arrange arrangement arraqeDt arrsgemint ¬
mint eDt with Oenter OenterLavagnino Oenl OenlIno Oenlertavgnuno
Lavagnino Ino filed a separate answer answerand answersad II IIa
and a counterclaim alleging nn that the thearrangement thearragement I Iaraapnwnt
arrangement with the plaintiff was wasthat w wuthat
that t the buyer should pay him 110000 110000commission 110000eoIIdIIlalion 510000totamleton I
commission of which he h Lavagnino Lavagninowon LIIlnoto
won to get half Oenter he says never neverMM aIV aIVhim neverpaM
MM him tbe ltt000 and he prays for forJudgment tornt forhMguu
Judgment hMguu nt for that sum The trial had hadsot badE hadpot
sot concluded when bln this report closed closedThe closedT elOHIoUonMYiln
The E T e attorneys In the case are Attorneys AttorneysStephens AUora AUoraaDd Attorney1te
Stephens 1te ens and Smith for the th plaintiff plaintiffandBrown plaintifftad nUtr nUtrDeI
andBrown tad Brown and Henderson fur defendInta defend defendants dfdanta ¬
ants
Treasure Jllll Ca CaThe Cue Submitted SMlHflltledn
The remainder of the tb testimony In Inthe Inthe ndie
the care 41 of f J R Richardson against agalnatthe t tIrIuure
the Treasure Hill Mining Company Companycontinual eompaayCOIItbn Companytoatnued
continual from Wednesday was taken takenbefore takeDMfore takenBefore
before Judge Jd Hlle HI ten today end the thenbmltlfl case casesubmitted arembmutted
submitted Fl Flu days was given nn each eachside eacbIIdl eachdde
side to flip point Inti In authorities authoritiesThe IIlIthorlllTh
The Th suit ulI war II to t itinli re 1111 pertain 18 stock stockholders stocktoldera tockhol41NI ¬
holders to l IY y unpaid subscriptions ultICrl Uo to tothe tobe
the eapUal suvk f the t lb hI j 1m n lvent > COt corporation COtporatln careoratlnn ¬
poration for or th the iN In hrnnt rntit t judgment judgmentand ludgmetInggeneral
and Inggeneral general 1 creditors If the Treasure TreasureHill TnutUeI
Hill 001II8JXIHX Company CompanyIXDIAN
IXDIAN PAV1MC I Ie + 1111S1 mm KlUIJAIUNO KlUIJAIUNOHalf HIIII IIIXO IIIXOIInlr
Half n Million stare IMijilo are ll llwhins BhllIl Ittr Ittrariring
whins hllIl Kollrl KollrlSimla CrlllIIlnlla electSimla
Simla India Aill The Tri tllnII dllrqno < ll tn tnths
no g the 1 people is sprca jjittaJlai cep and J I dN111 Iart I
N111 pet paces art II now reoerrtar I rewtf et
CHANGE MADE IN INNIGARAGUAN INNICARAGUAN INNICARAGUAN
NICARAGUAN BILL BILLProvision BILLProvision BILLProvilion
Provision for Fortification is Strick Strlcken
r on Out as a Compromise CompromiseWILL
WILL JIJ8LP JI IIIf LP t ITS PASSAflfl PASSAflflAmendment IdSSAO1fiI IdSSAO1fiAnteudnirnt P SJl > > I IAmelll1l11rllllrolleull
I
Amendment Amelll1l11rllllrolleull Irotieted Iropeeedfroth front rum Callfernlttext California CaliforniaText
Text ufilie ur the late Sltlon ecllonIale 111111 Si SIt SItIIr Srifur I Ifor
for Cumbering CulUli frur the Jill III1IAfternoon 11111tAfteraooh JillAtttrllOOlt <
Afternoon Dispstohea DispstoheaWashington DIpatohJWUblqtOll DlspatehetJWuhingtoa
Washington April WThe TII Ttouae Ttouaecommittee no noOOIIUIIItl TIo1Mcommittee
committee on o Interstate aad fords forelgaioommeroe tor torGOmlarot fordsoommme
oommeroe made an Important IlaportUtthe change In Inthe lathe
the Hepburn Nlcaraguan canal 1 bMI bMIstriking btILItllklq WILstriking
striking out the provislos fir r the tb toed fortlflcatlon tor torlICtlon toedflcation
flcatlon and thus providing what la lapeoted I I Ipeeted U Upectd
peoted to be a compromise ooap m which bleb will willaid wUIaid wUlaid
aid In bringing the measure to aa early earlyconsideration taricanlderatloa esripconsideration
consideration considerationThe
The ft amendment war proposed fOpoaedRtpnaentatlve byRepreieatatlve by byRepresentative
Representative Baruam of California CaliforniaThe
The chairman ottbs of o the tb committee was w la lastructed 1 1tructed Iaslructed
structed to offer the tb same me upon could oonalderatlon 00 00raUOD couldoration
oration of the bill at the proper propera 111 111as tW > a aai
ai a committee amendment thereto theretoThe tb tbn theretoThe
The amendment am was agreed to not notwithout notwithout lOtwltbout
without some expression IIIIIOb of reluotaaoa reluotaaoabut rtluo rtluobut
but with a view to overcoming oppoal oppoaltion oppclllUon oppeeltfon
tion and anillecllrlnr securing notice aotlonIn
In Its It new form Uw section Uon read M Mfollows a afollows i
follows followsBo followsBe I
Be It enacted ct eto0iat t t1Iat the tb Pr President Presidentof sIdeht sIdehtof
of the United States I t be and Is i hereby herebyauthorised ben benlItIaollled herebysvtborlgid
authorised to acquire from the th state auteaof 1tA 1tAof
of Costa Rica and Dd Xlearairua NIN for lorIn and aadIn andin
In behalf of the United States ltat control controlof
of such portion of the tb territory now be belonging IIIlonlb belonging
longing to Costa Rica and Nicaragua Nicaraguaas Hler Hlerma
as may ma bo des dearable ssbie abl aad d necessary on ccwhich onwhich ODwblcb
which to excavate ate and 114 protect a canal canalat
at f such depth u to enable the move moveemint movement movment ¬
ment of ships of the lb greatest t tonnage tonnageand tolUllPnd
and nd draft now DO in use from a point near nearOreytown D DUrelowlI noelOreytowe
Oreytown on the Caribbean Carl sea via viaLake YlaIAlLt viilike
Lake Nicaragua NI to Breto on onUa the Pacific Pacificocean Paeillo11I4 Pacificocven
ocean and such aunt aa may be noose necessary n n11I1 noosewry ¬
wry 11I1 to secure nick control Is I hereby herebyappropriated herebpproprlted herebyappropriated
appropriated out of any IIY money In lbs tbatreasury tb tbtury lbstreasury
treasury not otherwise appropriatedSection appropriated appropriatedflection appruprltedkllob
Section lTbat JTb when the tb President Presidenthas dtllt dtllthu
has second full ftmtrol trol over the terri territory t ttorr teedtory ¬
tory In I the LMeotlun section 0 t referred < < td to he h shall shalldirect aba1141ft1t shelldirest
direct the teoretaar I of war to excavate UCavtleand excavateand ftt ftt1U14
and construct a canal and waterway wbtirwayfrom waterwayfrom
from the shore of the tll Caribbean CrlbbeanDtar hilt aeanear hiltnear
near Oreytown Oleto by b way of Lake MJo Ilitsrua MJoargoa 1CJato
argoa to a point Mar ar Breto on lha lhaPaoMft Uttoen IbePaelletr
PaoMft oovaa Me 1Idr canal Ikafbeltt Ikafbeltteumcle mart I AT ATkuffklent ttlIIcltttt
kuffklent eumcle it capacity and depth u tool l at Jt Itmay Jtmay JtlIta
may lIta be b used I by I vessels of the li largest largesttonnage J largesttonnage
tonnage loan and n4 greatest retet depth dpth now Inuse Inuseend In 1f uae uaeand t
and le shall II be b supplied luppllel with all alllo neeeaaary
locks lo and nd other appliance a ll to t meet the thenecessities t tnlltlel thenecessities
nlltlel necessities of vessels v1 passing from fromUreytowtt f frontUreytowa
Ureytowtt Urllowl to Brio BN aad I pD the l secretary secretaryof 1t
of war r shall bl a all also leu construct ctrum such ach safe safeand il iland safeand
and commodious cmmolou harbors barO at the termini terminiof terini teriniof
of said IrJ canal and nd such lch provision for de tieSouse defense dl ¬
Souse t aa I may m be b necessary IfY for the safety safetyand safetyand tety tetyad
and ad bors borsFollowing br borFollowing protection Ilroetloa of said I canal OInl and har harbors harbr harbor ¬
Following Fulowlq the announcement of the thechanges tb tbcbJln thechange
changes cbJln in the Ih bill bi Mr Hepburn J bur stated statedIt Ited ItedIt
It had ba been bl definitely deIII arranged aallle that ut tM tMHouse tl this thishouse
House Hol would take tak tin the canal 1 bill billon bll bllon billon
on May y 1 and 1 Although Atboub the th commit committee omt omttH
tee on rules rl has taken no formal lor1 action ac action aoton ¬
tion ton yet t this appears to be the doll dollnit definite dt ¬
nit understanding Mr Ar Hepburn Jtpbrn Jtpbrnlw says saystit saysits
tit able ableThe itspassage lw bl passage pa of the tb bill bl Is I unquestion unquestionable unqllelon unqllelonbl ¬
blThe
The main 11 dissent to the tb change chne In Inthe Inthe inthe
the bill bU came from fo Mr r Adamaon 4n of oflleogla ufUolla oftleorgla
lleogla Uolla Who ho desired dred to have UH Ui Uitoifl us words wordsfortify1 wordforttfyt
fortify1 toifl and aa defend dtD retained relal aa aaagainst asagainst I Ilt
against phrase phraseMr ph phlr lt any r doubtful doubtfl compromising compromisingphrase crsll crsllph compromidagphrase
Mr lr Barham Brm upon u n whose wh motion mUl In nlntomltl Incnmmlttit I
cnmmlttit CIOnt the tb changes chn were eN effected effectedssM effectedmid
fe
ssMThe mid ssM 1 I
The Th changes rD are a designed dnl to over overcome overcom overcomeoh7eetlens ¬
come comeoh7eetlens objections tJcto which have v been raised raisednd rlt raloedand I Inl
and nl nd I have hav reason ftun to believe blive they wiil wiilaccomplish wli w14accomplish
accomplish compillb that tbt end and d make mak the tb Mil Milgenerally bl blnel billgenrally
generally nel acceptable acptbl The T words wor for fortify trtI foruse ¬
use tI and ld defend appeared ppnd to Invite Invitecontroversy Invt inviteountroverey
controversy ohtY and a4 diplomatic dlploUo complieslions complies complications cIPII ¬
lions tlnl and In view vie of the action aUon of tU tUsdminlstrniion tW thepdminlutratou
sdminlstrniion dnlhltrfl 01 In negotiating nruUtl the tb Hay Hay3aunecfote Hy HyJulcfote Haylaunectote
3aunecfote Julcfote t testy eaty tr it I appears pre entirely entirelyaeedleas elurelt elureltatl entirelyneedless
needless atl to lalse 111 a diplomatic dlllomlc Issue Issuewith II issuewith
with wlb England Inald simply on the use 1 at atwords ofwords
words ora In the amended amnd form lo ampqsutlf ample ampleautlf alpll 0
autlf l tl rity tt Is I given vi to police plc aid Id protectthe protect protectthe prott prottt
the t canal al against I destruction detruelob by b evil evildoers evl evld evildoers
doers d and ad by the tb time tm the canal cnal la lacompleted I iiOump
completed cpUed Oump d site Ia or eight tlhl years hensthen hens henoathere heaO
there will wi be b full tul opportunity opuDt to deter deterartne dtrle deternine
nine le whether 1betbr It should Quid be b permanently permanentlyprotected pmneat permanentlyprotected
protected by b the fortifications tortUlcatoD by b our ournavy 0 0rolloln oarnavy
navy navyFollowing navyrullowng
Following the meeting meetn Mr Shake Shakeford Iha fhakalfond
ford to of Missouri ourl filed II with wlO the lh House Housebis Ro Roh Househs
h bis dissenting nn views In on t what t had h bean beandone ba baIf beendone
done If While Whl favoring faon the te construction constructionof etrul
of the canal cnal he ht objects obJe to t any recogni recogellion recognition re l ltloa ¬
lion of the I Ciayton ClaytonBulwer Bulwer treaty tNt HePJ Hepmpwes He Hepmpoere
PJ pmpoere a new section tU lo the ti Hepburn Hepburnbill Itp
bi bill pro providing Idlng that tbt the act ae shall not ot go goirto 1 goIre
Ire Irt fom f until lnt I after atr the te Senate t has haataken ha hat hastaken
taken t action eton on the tb HayPauncefota HayPauncefotatreaty Punrtt Punrttet
treaty ratified ratifiedetr and not et then t U I that treaty trt if IIra no noer naratified
ra raXS
XS er York ork Demwmtlo JellmUo dorn Convention ConventionXew OeOl OeOle entlnil entlnilNew
New e York Yo April AI MTbe tTe New N York YorkState Tor Yorkhate
State Democratic Doratle convention 1aUon has been beencalled be beclled beeneslld
called clled to t meet In this til city clT June Ith IthThe 5tJ 5thThe
The Te convention eDfDtlon 1s I to select 11 71 1 dpl delegates delegatesto
to t the Democratic Docrtic national 01 convention conventionat cDveaU
at Kanras Ku Cityr City City1KTIT Clt CltlKrl
1KTIT lKrl r > r1m aultnits 1UKUS 1UOHS Sust SUMJIONBD SUMJIONBDTVwtyflve Sml ONKD IONICnPllratyf11e ONKDTWWtr
TVwtyflve TWWtr fh XBIIIM le Drawn 111 from 111 the t1MJtlr theJ tl tlJury
Jtlr Jury J 1 f Ita Today TOli3The TodayThe Ty TyTi
The Ti following folowlq twslty4ve twenty twt names I war wardrawn wenIrawa
drawn t from t the t Jury J box b today to of ofpersons ofpll ofteroes
persons pll required 111 to serve I M petit Pt Jnrara Jnraran J
III n the tI criminal crbDI1 breach of 0 the 1 Third r4 r4wid tai tailet a atrlct
trlct let cr court during dU the t May term termGeorge t teemGeorge
George o If 1 Ho Homo A I 1 HasaMn H4aMnroeepb HasaMnJooeph ar
Jooeph lol tR Cdmunds JlltuD George 0 0 OrUBtHa OrUBtHaAlma 0 Oriekselms
Alma Alm C SadlerWilliam lrWI Roberta Chrisopher Chris Chrtetopher C
topher toh r Diehl Dehl H U 1 X CHtoer c J Jalln 3 3Walton lAait
Walton Aait alln n B J WUUa W Henry H f 1 Bvu krwstruce BvuAinuv B BU
truce Utttham U t Jacob L L Hall H64 Chant CharhtaM C
M I d tes LI Charles L L Caatleum CUet Bphralm BphralmQ Ephrlhl >
Q I Guiding Holiert Rbert Bridge 1 David Yld UUl Lat1net UUlmet l
met t and anc llobert Hobt Dye M U of Salt 11 Lake Laket L
i it t > terge < H > rge Wilding WI4n Jr r Hunter r Jt Jaa JaaA J JA
A t Mulr Granite Emil Emi E SohoenfeML SohoenfeMLirlKhton MhoenfelqIrlghtn hOnf1
Irhrhth irlKhton Jame Jnl L Turner Tutfr West WIt Joy JofInn Ja JoyIan
Inn hl ilHam IUuo KrUker Jrlktr Oranger rant Arthur ArtlmrtiMi Arl Arl1IIf Arthurttepu
1IIf ttepu tiMi r Jr sugar SuitarThe sugarThe Ular UlarTil
The Til nlr e la I mad returnable rturaat1 Toot Tootday Tosslay
day flay 1aT Ut li
THE GOVERNORS GOVERNORSMEETING I IMEETING fN fNMEETING
MEETING OVEREndid OVER
Ended Pleasantly Pleasanty at a the Knutaford KnutafordLut Knutford r C
Last Lit Evening EveningTWO Evnlnllrwo
TWO KXECUTIVJIS XECUTIV DBPAIM DBPAIMTivo IMW DIPAJT UtT
II IITiro IBi
Tivo 0 Othtr OI Oilers tr Will Wi Leaie LesycronigllAn LesycronigllAnuIlt Ae TonlglitAn TonlglitAnullief
ullief 011 uIlt Org 91t organ u JtKllnl Utlfl TocttjWTrlp TocttjWTrlpall I ISe 11 11I
I Se fllr Sslialr all lr Tlili Tlh Altftrtiouu Altftrtiouut LItluuu LItluuulC uternoou7ke
7ke t e irtaft lC meeting mHtnr ef t the th ganrmn ganrmnof I IoC
Ir
of Western Wt1 States n I over 01 and an twe tW of ofthaw oftheut I
thaw U Governor oerur Smith 8mth of Montana loat and aadGovernor a fA r
Governor QYlor Richards Rlhftrc of Wyoming Wy Wyr d dparted de departed >
parted r for their tllr home hor last Jil oventag 0 antl antltwo A eadtwo
two tf wore Irt Governors OorllOI Poynter of o Xo Xobroaka 11ebreaks
breaks I and ad Lee L of south Sut Dakota Dot pave pavetonight loavetonight YO YOtot
tonight tonightGovernor tot T TGovernor r rOnor
Governor Onor Wells el has h proved Pvt himself bltt a aprince Ir Ir Irprince
prince pDc of entertainer during the U lb eo eoJourn eoJour
Jour 01 In Salt Slt Lake L of Ma h brother trthe gubor geberhaters guborbaton 1
baton tall Hu H has b H seen n to It I that wbsn wbsnbusiness wl wbulbusts
1ul busts business war not engaging Inallf their tetr alien aUI atteelloe alientlon I Itl
tlon tl that they the have been snow an shown tie tiepoint rpoints r rplI
point plI of Interest Intert from frm which hleiil SaltIi Salt fkn fknU
t
U I famous and I tmust
taol given lven Information InfOU Utat Utatmust Ut I I IQU
must QU of necessity DIt be of 0 value to them themThe th thanThe c crl
The early rl part prt of t the tbl dar da was w spent pt In Ina rl rla tia
a oarriage o drive a visit to the Ile Taber Tabernacle THr THrbd TaherItalic ¬
Italic bd where whee another ahll r Impromptu pro program p program
gram gm was rendered to the delight dlbt and andbenefit andbenefit 11 11ba
benefit ba et of the te visitors vial to This Til afternoon fternoonPresident ftt t tPresident J
President Pldlnt Snow placed plac a prime ple car at atthe atthe t tth
the th disposal 111011 of Governor Goerllo Wells who wl took tookthe toot tookthe I Ite
the te visitors I8to and a small mal party py at If friends friendsout frlendaout trleD
out 01t to Hulialr Sltlr on the tb tai 11 train tr The TheInvited Theinvited bt t 1
Invited Invite guests were wer Oomnor OVnor and andMrs anl andMrs tl l
Mrs Poynter Plttr Mrs Mount l llnl Governor OovemorLee Qvemor
Lee 1 Hon W g MeCornlck 1orlck HUB Thoa ThoaXearas Tbo ThosNeats
Xearas Xt Capt Cpt Prank Ft Jennings nnl and a wifeColonel wife wifeColonel wifeCoJol
Colonel CoJol C 8 Barton Uo and nd wife wlf Walter WalterJ Watr WatrJ
J Beatle BUe and wife W B B Doogatl Pl and andwife andwife I Iwi
wife wi and nd a few othersTHEIR others othemTHEIR
oere oereTIEI
THEIR WORK FINISHED FINISHEDAlter
TIEI JINlJFI
n AAtter nAtr
Alter Atr disposing ellII of tbe arid land queslice ques question 11 ¬
lice yesterday Ierd afternoon aflfnIOn the goveroora
before eeparstlng pr tn took up the governors governorsbefore subject subjectof
of feed trams 1t and forage for arid rld i
lands 11 and range fle The T remit rtllt of ex experiments exmenu ¬ r rJmenla
periments menu with II h lurfe u grasses ra e secured securedfrom securedfrom
from lrO Jmenla Europ Eurol Asia and Africa Aflra Ilret on the thewaste tMwe thewaste
waste lands Indl r the brlud lrtkt Htats Stat s wan wanfefarred wal t
fefarred to t lr by > > Oct 0 iich IlrhsMs llhre < rds aid a tt Id oth other otblei ¬
er m and all al expressed x1reed the Ih belief belef that G the thedepartment tb tbEtmenl thertment
department rtment of f agriculture alure should wel pa paparticular pat patnkular payMleulr
Etmenl particular nkular attention ol nton to this subject ubJ t and andWed ne
la rovlded Wd w with 111I lib ample ampl moans mlh t trJ jr meekhag meek making ¬
hag 11 all a necest npsr necessity try experiments experimentsCommission experimentsCommleeionr prlmnl i iComlllonr
Commission Comlllonr r IIGIomb Holcomb of Washing Whln j jt r rIon
ton t Introduced ntrujl the th follow folo111 following IIIR resolu resolution olu ¬ J Dtics JO
tics O which whlh was u adopted by unanimous unaflinouflMtei unllll 1
Mtei MteiResolved ist istResolved 1
Resolved Rlvf That Tlit th the representatives IprtntlllVN In InCongress inCongress 1 I Ireu
Congress reu from each th arid I rl1 or seml fmllrld mlarld mlarldState artd f
State Ie be b requested rute to work wCrk for an appropriallon ap appropriation aprlUon ¬ 11 J
propriation rlUon fur the Ih spprlflr eprU purposes jUI of ofpropagating ofCraunc ofrepasting
lands Craunc propagating forage fOr plants on 01 the p arid aridlands rll rllWJLL y
WILL MELT AE AOAJX AOAJXQov AaAN r j jrev
Qov rev Wells at 1 the close elo of o the tie regu regular 1 ¬ I h r
Ian lr order orde voiced voied the lb sentiment of all allpresent al allpresent
pn present when he old Id I feel that this thlaconference thl r rconference I Icotltertn
conference while whie not so large u we wehoped wehp weaped
hoped hp It would be ha h has nevertheless nevethl In Inmy t tmy I Im
my m opinion been conducive of < > t much muchgood mich 1 1good
good ro We have at t least reached rcltd a con eonelusion conclusion Cl ¬ I 1 1 1llullun
elusion llullun and have hIe made a recommends recommendation ¬ tlion t I
lion lo Congress tut letting Ing ln forth our > ur r Ideas Ideason i
on the subject ubJ 1 of arid Id land There Tbtr are arequestions a arequestions
questions 4uUonl of mutual Interest arising al ln all allthe ailthe
the tb time tml It edema m in me It 1 would be b a agood 1 t tgood J Jo
good o Idea for us u to get ft together from fromtime fromtm fromtime
time tm to time tmf We W are ar organized now nowhave nowhave 1 1hv
have elected Oov 00 Richards Alh our chair chairman Ibalr Ibalrmn chairman
man mn and nd while whie I am In no way de desirous deIrl deshous ¬
sirous Irl of hastening the adjournment jllrnmet of ofthis ofthis I Itbl
this meeting I think that before f > fore we weadjourn weadjourn i iadllrn
adjourn adllrn we should determine dlerlDt when btn we weshall 1 1shalt J JMl
shall Ml meet again whether helh we w what Ibal set seta pt ptI
a date or authorize aulholz the chairman chirmn to toeal tocall
call the governor IOYfrDur of the Western WesternStates Wle WesternStale
States ltat together IOttber again aln If I enough eoub of ofus ofU ofus
us U go o to Washington Wul llol to tl attend atelld the thecelebration thecelblon theemlobntlon
celebration we might meet there I I Itherefore Itherefore
celblon me 1 1therfo
therefore therfo move that when we I adjourn adjournwe atJum atJumwe e ewe
we do so 1 subject lubjet to the call cl of th thchairman th the theOtalrmsnL
chairman chairmanThe ohtl OtalrmsnLThe
The 1P motion moton with regard aito to another anothermeeting anothermeeting other otherIn
meeting In was carried carriedA crrtd
A GOOD on START STRT MADE MADBOor IDB IDBv MADE11ev
Oor v Richards Rlhrd said al While Willi this thismeeting thlameeting tbl
meeting UB lass I been bn small mal and nd In II a mesa measure e mesawe ¬
ure a rather discouraging dlloU beglnninghevertheless beginning beginningnevertheless nnI1
nevertheless eehple we 11 have bav done something somethingSmall tomebl tomeblIm1 somethingSmall
Small Im1 beginnings lnnln1 sometime altlm go beforeBrat before beforetreat bfO
treat t things I feel that our Or confer conference conference Ont Ontnc
ence future tutureComlljGnfr nc will I result ul In much muCh good o In the thefuture ti thefuCommture
futureCommlsuloner fuCommtureissioner Commlsuloner ComlljGnfr issioner Holcomb al ail also o expressed expreoeedsatisfaction np 11 11tatllton nl nlsatisfaction
satisfaction tatllton at t what whll bad been bn done doneWhile d donewhile
While hle Oov 00 Poynter JYlltr added adled a pleasant pleasantword pleasantMord 1
word anti nd the conference rlnf e rene then adoumed ad adjourned a ¬
journed o ne after tendering t to Oov 0 Wells Welleand Wel Wellsand
and mlhe the cltlsens llln Iter of Halt fail Lake a vote vo ofthanks of ofthanks t ttbaa
thanks tbaa for to the be courtesies extended extendedWANTED IleD extended1rtNTfCD t
Jt t tappilcauoh
WANTED WArTKn 11 JNT II IIELBNA IIELBNAAiipHcaUou JU KNA KNAlpllU
AiipHcaUou lpllU to t be Hade for tr PKrdoti Pno or ofWilton orwn or11llioa
Wilton wn and an Uwl LeMIgThe UwlThe Lwl LwlI Lwlf
I
The f application Pplctln of Henry Ilnry Wilson Wha Wlbia and andIlattry ue andlleary
Ilattry 1 Lewie Jw and their aoht confederate confederateLily Cr CrW derte derteWry +
Lily W Mitchell Mthell for executive uttve uttveup 0leroacysense olamencr olamencreoasee
sense up before the board br4 of 0 nardona nardonaat pa paat
at Its t regular rrlr meeting Ilnr tomorrow tumorw tumorwplre Theprieohen The Theprisoners
prisoners were convicted tnllc d In the police polloeconrt pb
conrt o plre Ian It December ltmber r on the tb charge c ot othaving a t ttertng T iE E
having burglar buralr tools 1001 In their llr llrad posses possesaton posesAsp
Asp and ad sentenced tnhtced to six Is months monU eachn each eachthe eh ehs
s n the te county Jail JailMontana Jull pailMontana
Montana Mcntna officers In the persons of ofSheriff o ofIherf
Sheriff Da Davidson Idson < tuunty ount nmty Attorney AUe Mo MoCotmell MoCOen Moormell
Cotmell It COen 1llfn and an Deputy DpUI > > puty Sheriff fh rllf MoCann Mn of ofHelena ofHelen t tUtD
Helena II ire r now nn in the city clt and 11 era enInrlous eraanxious ar
anxious UtD t to tl obtain obllin u 1 release of the den4ants de defendants dtldnt ¬
fendants for the reason that they are arewanted aNUt arerutted
wanted ldnt In that Plate It on the th th charge tbr of ofburglary ofbI oftutelary
Ut Sturtff Hontlis will rerom rerommend
burglary 8brlf 101 fom fommd
mend bI md the th pardoning pMrdonlnl of d f Lewis I and nd Wil Wilson Whop 1 ¬ P l
son but an to th < woman om be will wi pug suggest pugrest u ult ¬
rest 1 that thI she bo t kept kllt In Jail ji until unti the tbecompletion tboplCUn theumpletion
completion lt plCUn of her hfr i ntenre > ntt which whlCh ex expires uJIN exdres ¬
pires June Junl Jt 2 The officers c nay ta tbe tea testimony If IfUoy teaInoay ¬
timony Uoy JIN swalnst aIlnt her b f la I rather nthr weak wea and andthey anl andhey
they t doubt dobllt If rh h < > a Uld be b convicted convictedA Clvllte Clvlltea
A IJOUBLB IJOUBLBi nOVILE IIUUHLI BKR bBT bBTI 811211 Bh1r Bh1rFreshh
Freshh i will I aympathlte aympathll with wltllr Mr and andMrs an andink
II Mrs Alva Butler Plltlr of Granite ward r ever everthe ove oveL everbe
the death of their two children cbld Jennie JennieDean JnnleUd Jsanlelean
L Dean and Ud Leo L Eugene Bune The cause r of ofoath o oflath
oath was 1 whooping wbeopn cough o and pneu pneuThe puT peus
s elL The T first Ilt named nme panted pl away awayreaterday an any awayelllterlay
reaterday y and the lbt latter late Jut J four days daysbefore d1 d1UUI daysdire
before The ulna UUI ones o WON WONoSaton WI wengfad wengfadb1Mrlsl 4 4Alvt
b1Mrlsl oSaton Alva Alvt Butler BttUarIts trt trtII efflrai efflraiilt
II Its e ward r Salt kt Lake ilt t oountr oltr n he h ht
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