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whrre n vlclou fight resulted
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congestion of the brain as tho cause of ofdeath otdeath ofdeath
death This rItI oomnrcd o1ulrc during January JanuaryLater Jal1uarylater JanuaryLater
Later the count took too It the matter up upsending UIIRcmllnA upendtng
sending his seconds to Mr Durant UurmitThe Durantlho DurahitThe
The latter went to Ostond with his hismother hismothor 1hl 1hlmother
mother who afterwards departed for fornnd torIInd forLtfll
nnd Is still In ainifjow GlI OW A duel was ar arranged IIr1lInA arranged ¬
ranged 1lInA 1I and probably was fought yes yesterday ycsterdny cs csterdllY ¬
terday with pistols pistolsDurnnil pilltllllDurnnll pistritHDurnnI
Durnnil was killed nnd tho count was wasseriously WIISAerloullly waseerIottsIY
seriously wounded Durant registered registeredas
as n Charles Novlllo Carter Ills mother motherhas motherIHIlII motherhaS
has IHIlII been cn notified Durant Is well known knownIn
in the American colony co 1011 hero Ho was wasa
a frequent tr < Qltellt attendant at olllclal recep receptions leCOItlollt tCCOItions ¬
tions given by b the American officials officialsIlls tTclalslilt fl1eIals11tH
Ills engagement to a young OUfl French l lady ladywas IlidyWM ladywaN
was recently recellt1 announced They The were to tohave tohavo tohavo
havo been married In March lIrch Tho Thonames ThuflUflCM fhoIIIlnlell
names of the Kusslans In the case have havenot havenot havenot
not yet been uncurtained u
I Question g1ion Comes Up in inRcichstngfferr n Reichstag Hcrr Scliacdlcr Wants W llnts to Know KnowVhal KnowWbat Kiioyba1
Vhal ba1 its True Significance is Chancellor Says it Was WasNot Wnsot VasNot
Not ot Political or Courtly but Simply Humane
Dtn DeP March 5ISeplynR to a atL qucs qucsi
tu I i 11Iirr HI rr Schaedler r cintrtet In Inh the theig
I ig II L today toda on the subject of o I3m I3ms Bmrr flmrVtIams
< s rr r Williams rereflt reee t visit to 0 England Englandth
th U trpelal penal chancellor bar1l lIor Count von vonlU vonI1urw von1a
lU I1urw w c dc dciared ared th Milt Islt was neither neitherMap neitherot
Map ot O a p pittrI tllliMl nor of a courtly character characterihit characterIut
ihit Fut vas purely pu IY of a humane character characterTh
Th r emperor merely hastened to the thed thedrh thedr
d drh dr < s h bed be of his grandmother It Is Istjy Isf Isey
tjy f ti t undrratand that the It wt evoked evokedthe
the graitude of Great Britain and andjie IIndJll andt
t jie Jll ih thr2 a de dOllre ire for peaceful and andtfr andCr andrr
tfr I > r aWm iwn This wish Ish was wasir wuhu vashar4
hu har4 ir by h u I rmany a full equality of ofW orgbts ofhtj
gbts W htj 1 veon eu the German and an Urttlih Urttlihtu IJrltlthmI I3rjttihbng
mI tu bing 1 1ng of course coUr a condition conditionsin
sin In qua non nonr nonThe ranTh
r The Th uateimnt of the chancellor was as
mode during the debate on the foreign
estirimtes eat Iniu tea Herr Srhncdler Schin d Icr In I hi putting tilt t t I ng
his tiuentlon asserted that dlssntlsfrc c
lion was rife In Germany and that tho
country desired information In jcemllng
the political significance HI I1I1cancc of the emper emperors etnpuror ¬
ors or s visit IIIlt to KnRland J and the effect of
the thollccesslon accession of the new fle eoverciKii King Ing
Kdwnid The decoration of Lord Hob Hobert HohIrta Itohcr19
ert Irta with the order of the lilnck Ha T Lade le
ho further asserted caused clu ed wide discon ¬
tent The aormano were afraid that a
hyperfriendly policy towards Great
Ilrltaln would crente enemies for Ger Germany Germln Geralan ¬
many alan on the continent The speaker speakerwanted ppnklrwanted
wanted to know therefore how Ger Germany Germany Ocrmany ¬
many stood 8tooflln In relation relll tlon to the other pow powers 110 110er 10wera ¬
ers er especially the powers of tile drel
hund The tie with ith RussIa must not no bo be10llChld
touched touchedCount 10llChldCount touchedCount
Count von Buekw then replied a all al already alreld already ¬
ready reld cabled
2 zo9oi 1111 fflT 1FTTO TO L D DS S QLLE6Ea CQLLEGE3SIrs CO COMrHaUrratf QLLE6EaIrs 0
MrHaUrratf Irs Iatilda AI arrnlt Mother of the Late Samuel Al AL Barratt BarrattAnnounces BarrattAnnounces arratt arrattAnnounces
SIrs Announces Her Intention of Contributing That Sum Sumto I
to the Building Fund I
Tne 7h famltjr a uly itaJtnti and friends of otI
le I e lat Ltr r ttj ay y Fable alnll college In this thisiityvdlhrj thIsIty thisIty
iityvdlhrj Ity 11111 t t ojh jratltled to learn of a ani aPIt ait
ni PIt it mur > i fit whIch > hlch is 5 about to toup toc tor
c r r J up url m n the Institution by 11
Pin tn M I it Ja1 Jf Earratt I3rr tt mother of the theMUf
a 8uel MUf M Barrntt It Is nothing nothingn
or Dr C ji Os h hhn n a gnerous gn rous bestowal bestowalUlllgolnto
r I i m I
Whlh Ulllgolnto Will go Into the thett
tnJ nI tu trj j wards t the
er erection lIon ot
rtb rther LJnr t irge tt Tb gift will be
rCr rc r Ifc ted by all but it lis im imbc miran
J e ran an be felt
by no none > so <
G1Icrh1 i ncbt 81 by t the th COmmittee
which whichr101
II hi lam
harg ayg 01 the work ot construe
O up p t f te While the building
uDder Its
II1ete Ud in modern In j all ot Its
ntllllnts ap
dhi h r structures
are neccs
rT to
the tudents who whoIInCYEXEIJ whoflAtExIit
IInCYEXEIJ II Its Itsruhud v
r101 liIlJXJ w > llms llmsnllnd
nllnd Ionel
Ilanker ur an lVkaiisas rkllll HI
or o 11I
IIl1rt JIll SOli
ojt Dllpth 5A sPClnl to the
I W V II IIne Ine DJurr Ark
fa 1 a letr let Langtord flford has JUtt made
t tz n IrJn ft r reIvrL1 elved b by him him Sunday
It1ltbe T lUie The Nee lcrEon signing them
r Gang The
wll1untd let
r Ct t Cioo dllnaM miahid that dr 11 Lang
I In La taah h
11 1 tark lit the end
c C k S r a hIs hi house b by 10
t nht ht or else
hi his
f t be son
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t LI tors old would
rr1 t I an1 ad his h ecs w °
1 VI i wonld nld be
io1 r A 4nt flat rd wus us threat
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tfcj undertook un <
1 to at
I hors hot rf or the letter lie
I J O J be I 1 n bank ot this
r b Lad IIIMlmt ot Slol stork k III
e it I roriOralJns eon ratijng In the
1fCl hTp The m Iirornlnrnt In all pUblic pUblichTp
fa Hoe bands Inatt matter r Was iSa at once
4J ot thc
ilrd and Police alul
tint two omcers put
ot InOM money In
rtalld In n the place
aile h1t up to 11 lay 0c1k In I rut Nobody Nobodyh1t
Ithtrl l hert tt that nIght so
timid or their 8U1p glng the 111 gang ng
Uhcb ta4 f1 been bt presence > io al
Qi 0 Is f Inalle to kidnap
kept the th
dlJ at t home
Crn efl1lahs at fnJarded
U ej 1 Iubii Ublle Working on the
II a re ard lubsrrlp100 rlJIlon Is bQln being
CloIfIharl capture ot
are making makln demands < 18 for entrance Into Intothe Intothe Intothe
the Institution InstitutionIt
It Is not known Just when further furtherbuilding turtherbul1llng furtherluliding
building will IIi commence but It Is l un understood understood onlOrtootj ¬
derstood that the money will be Im Immediately 1mIne thaimnohiatoly ¬
mediately Ine < 1latQ available and that operations operationswill
will begin without delay When It be became boCIIlIIo became ¬
came known among Mrs Mm Uatratts Uatrattsfriends llnrattsfrlon Uairattsfriends
friends frlon < 1s this afternoon that she had slff slffnlfled signtflehl 11i 11inWed
nlfled her Intention of contributing such suchft
ft sum to the college many expressions expressionsof
of praise were heard In behalf of her herpublic herpUblic herPUIIIC
public spirit It was correctly correct I asserted assertedthat missertedthat I ssortQdthat
that Its bestowal would bo hI a monument monumentto
to the memory of the son who was so sosuddenly solIuddcnly sosuddenly
suddenly stricken down and taken from fromher fromhQr frommibier
her as It was for hIs sake as well clI as asher asher asher
her own and for the public good that thatshe thatshe thatshe
she was wa led to take this magnanimous magnanimousstep
step stepnailsm stepI StepnalIsm
I nailsm It he Is prepared to perjure
nimself I nm Toady to declare that I
was nowhere near Wantage on tho day ay
he Is alleccd ulleCQllto to have seen me
Absolute proof of the wholesale
falsehood is the allocution that I made
n declaration announcing the ho forth ¬
coming majorities in 11 New e York I do
not think 1 ever have been IQen accused ae Ustl of
wing bing such fuch a I fool rts lS that thlt The Thl state ¬
ment that I have bought 115 15 acres of
property Jrpert here Is equally equal as untrue as a
my t alleged statements regarding Dev D
cray Coler and others
As AI I have frequently rrqUont told the As Asso sso o
elated cated Press Prc s when whcl I decided < 1 to talk
American Amtrlcll1 politics IoltQ8 xihltic I would woull talk to the
Associated Press nlone lloM and no one can
draw me eii by I any IIn subterfuge subterture It I has ha
come to such n 1 pass pn that I am unable to
talk tall with wlh reporters reporter except In tho ho pres ¬
race Incp of witnesses winesses All kinds Icndl of fiends tends
have been photographing pht rphlng my 1 In place
dogs 110 stables etc using the tht pictures to to11c togive
give 11c a semblance of truth to their libel
ous statements statementsI stNrents stNrentsI
I ask the Associated Press to say y to
my friends in Now ew York that I nm
constantly constanty Improving In health healh and be fn
llevo lev my m strength will wi gain faster here
than In America Amerlcl the next few months I
I am not nt talking politics poltics to any an one
and sensational reports to thefcirtTary the lary mmrary
may na be h set down < own as a I fake Iain I Ijn am onl
talking talkinI now W because bcU8e fivJIfrnatlon Illnation com compela compet cornpels
pet A me to pet myself 1 elt right with wih my
friends in New ew York
It Dlrd lcll at Noon oonYsteria Yesterday rl Icrln Ilecnuso IlecnusoUN lecAIHo lecAIHoIN
UN IN Olllclal Olcl1 Mfc Wai Vac MmltcilWashington IIlloll IIllollWashlnton Mmltcil IttiittcdWashIngton
Washington March 1IIrh 5 uiThe The Hay 11 11Pauncetote
Pauncefote treaty trety Intended < to replace repilce
the ClaytonHulwer treaty treat relative to tothe tothe tothe
the construction eon tructon of Isthmian Itunln water wlteraI
ways aI died at noon yeiterday cder Th
death dClth was cau c causeti u ed technically te hnllal by b Ihe Ihefact Ihetact thefact
fact that Imt the Inst clause rltu e of the treaty treatyallowed tNatyalowed treatyallowed
allowed alowed only on the period p rlO of time tme up to toInrch
March 4th th for Its It ratification rtOcntnn Neither illhlr
the government of the United UnlteI States Statesnor State Statesnor
nor of Great Britain appeared npfoaNd to have havemade hlwemade havemade
made lny any formal effort erort to extend that thatperiod thatperJod thatperiod
period periodThough perJodThouJh periodThough
Though ThouJh the treaty Is dead from the thepoint thl thepoInt
point of Intcinational Intllnatonl law II It I may still stillserve stil stillServe
serve n I purree purn e It I Is understood umlerltoot here herethat herethnt herethat
that hc me Ilrlttth Brlph government either has hasor hnsor hasor
or Is i prtpArtng rlrcprlng n communication cmmunIcaton to tothe toti10 totue
the Inlted lnll1 Pinter fInte inte government orment Iwued Iwuedupon hlle hniedh1pir
upon Uplr th the he Senate SMII amendment amellmentf analyz analyzing nnnlrzIng analyzlag ¬
ing them thlm etirrfully ltul pointing polntn out ut their theirprobable thflr thflrfrobnble theirprobable
probable efUct eCct upon the original orllnal prop
c i j 7 1 1c W WJ
= = I ER SO
osltlon oHllon as seen from rrQI romn the TrltlHh British side eile ana anaperhaps nU nodPerhaPs
perhaps suggesting MuggellUK somo modifications 11 himoilllieattonsWhiie < llcI1tons
While Whlo It I Is impossible 1108111110 to piedlct Illdle In ad adancu ndvancc adsAnce
ancu of the loiulpt lltlpt of this thll communl communlcation communicaton clrnmunlcatIon
cation caton jum what wla attitude nlltu u the th state sltto da dajmrtment dopaitmneflt e e11artntnt
jmrtment 11artntnt will wi assume USSUlle toward it I theft theftIs thert heraIs
Is reason rCL on to believe beiee that It I will wi to tak taken taken taken
en in II food gool jmrl iart and that thlt negotiations negotiationswill legotiations legotiationswil
will be resumed for the
wil conclusion of ofa ofn ofa
a n new 11 treat with wih a view vie of meeting
It possible the lie objections ohjectOl8 raised meetllg by the theSenate thcBennlO timeienatO
Senate to the thl original orl1111 treaty treatyfitcat treatyGIClt treatyC
fitcat fitcatLondon C men t BltluNhll I Iii I t inlm I iM IHlnchml IHlnchmlLondol hit U ma CiflI CiflILondon
London Londol Jfarch B Arrangements had hadbeen hld hldbQcn
been made for the simultaneous slnulan ous launch
Ins hII today of four new IOW warships war hlps the thr
Montagu lontlgu first frst class cl1s battleship lJattle hl of 14 1
000 tons the Albermatle Alulrlallc first fr t class cllss bat battlesblp battcshlp battleship
tlesblp tcshlp of 11000 tun i the Drake Drnltl ar armored armored armoored
mored cruiser of K009 tons tOll and and the theKent th
Kent armored nrmole cruiser of 8800 S00 tons but butowing hutowllg butowIng
owing owllg to the unfavorable tnCllvornblo weather at atPortsmouth lt lt10rtsl
Portsmouth 10rtsl 1uth tjie tll launching of the Kent
had to bo postponed postponedTho
Tho fh Montagu was IS launched luulchNI t evon levonport > evonport evonport
port the Albcrnmrlc nt Chathum Chatuun ana anathu nni andthe
the thl Drake at Pembroke PembrokeTo
To 10 j o Porm Jlrl New c Spanish stllliRI Cabinet CabinetMadrid CllhhwtMadri CahmimiecMadrId
Madrid Madri March lrcl G GSenrr Senur Hagastu SaSa ta the theliberal theUlieml tImeliberal
liberal leader has hn accepted CCelllet the tank of offorming ottorllll
forming torllll a new cabinet Ho lu expects to topresent topresent topresent
present to tho tli queen regent tomorrow tOIOIOI a alist a alist
list Jst of the members memlJerl of the now cabinet cabinetKNKJHlS caIluet caIluet1IH1S cabinetKNiGhTS
KNiGhTS 1IH1S oiTcJoijUJinUH oiTcJoijUJinUHAuuiiiil COljUUnUs OJCOIdJitltLJS4hI COljUUnUsAnllual
Auuiiiil 4hI Ii hi al Nat Viitloniil lt 10111 to ii oh Council Cuuucl Cut m ne II In II I mm SchNlon SchNlonat SCtHlul Sets lu mm mmat
at lt Now OI MuvLii I I I C I Conn ConnNew COIII ii iiNew I
New Haven Havcl Conn Match lllch 6 5nle 5nleHntel 61cle 61cleiates Dele Delegates ¬
gates Hntel fiom tlOI mom twentylive twentylo State und Ind from fromtho fromtho fromth
tho th District of Columbia find IIHI the Prov Province PIOVInco 1mwInce ¬
ince of Quebec ore 1t attending attelllnt the an annual IInnUal Rnlitimil ¬
nual session of the National Council CouncilKnights CIUIII CoutmcIiKnights
Knights ulhts of Columbus Colunl1u here today tora Tl 1h 1h2sslon lhe lhecession i ieesslon
cession 2sslon probably will wi iiL consume COIRUI three threeUus threeIIS hirestias
Uus IIS during which action nctlonlglrllng regarding the thelate theIte timemate
late Ite of Insurance InRurnco for members member may ma be betaken hetnkn imetakn
taken and other business of
IIHt Import Impottanee 11110t 11110tall1 Importalice
alice all1 to the order trammeled trammeledEdward tmnlnctedI tmiuisacte01dvard
Edward I 1 Hcarn of Bimth luth Framing
ham Mass IIMI supreme knight knllht of tho or order order ortier ¬
der delivered an address addlQsl In which lie liedwelt hedwelt liedwelt
dwelt upon Ipon the gratifying gratYlng progress lOSIC88 of ofthe orthe oftime
the order or or In Its eighteen years yeills of ex existence exIstence cxistence ¬
istence so that It now numbers 633 633councils 533councis J JCoUflells
councils councis und une nearly lenrl 70000 7000 members m llies lliesconrtllatell He Hecongratulated liecongratimlateil
congratulated conrtllatell the mernberH merI rl upon the theaddition theall110n theaddition
addition all110n of 78 8 new councils councis to the ranks ranksduring rllnltIlurlng ranksluring
during Ilurlng the year with wih a I total gain In Inassociate Inas inassociate
associate as ocilto and 0111 Instiled III ll d members of 12 1210S 1210S 12lou
10S or more than 1000 100 members lelber a amonth amonth anmouth
month monthThe nmouthIlie
The 110 report le1ort of Daniel Col Colwel Coliveli well of New NewHaven Ne NeHuwn NewIitmen
Haven national natonll secretary of the th order ordershowed orter ortershowed orderShioWell
showed tho t ho financial tnunc 1 condition c0111 calm ti i lion ii nim to ho boas hoI hoits
as I follows flllow Balance BoIII1CP on hand January Jllnul1lY
1 1900 J35UGO increase for tOI 1900 3S7
761 total Ita I 7s921 7s921Disbursements S921 S921DHhlrsenlnts S921rihiursenietits
Disbursements DHhlrsenlnts Death benefits lienefts 163 163SCO 13S 183SCO
SCO S O other otl r expenses JBSGJC GG G total J210 20
456 4 6 net nlt balance for 1001 198225 198225During 198225Dulllg 0t22 0t22Durtmig
During Dulllg the year pnr 78 8 councils conncls were w re In Instituted InRltutlll Iiistitutid ¬
stituted Rltutlll and Ind Went Nt Virginia Irglnla Iowa Wis Wisconsin WIHconsln Simmconsin ¬
consin Kansas anslls Colorado Colordo and one Tennes Tennessee ¬
see wore cre added IIllet to the list l t of States In Inwhich Inhlch inwhich
which hlch the order orter operates operatesTHAT olJeratesIAl operateslIIsT
Delay In PayiniMit IaymnentiiehIoed Hellotcil lelo11 to boon boonAccount Io ho un unccolnt onULOhihit
Account ccolnt ULOhihit of Poverty PovertyConstantinople IomcttyConstantinople
Constantinople Constnntnople Monday Mondl March arch archia 4 4via 4vIa
via ia Sofia Sofl Bulgaria BUlgarll March arch 5 GIt It Is now nowbelieved nowlielleQd nowbelieved
believed that tha t the delay In the payment paymentof
of the first trst Installment Ilstallwnt on the cruiser cruiserordered crulsororderod cruiserordered
ordered by b the Turkish government governmentfrom governmentfrom
from the Cramps of Philadelphia Ihludelhla In Incaused I IcnuRed Icaused
caused solely by the present preset poverty povertyof
of the treasury tre ury It I Is expected how however however however
ever that tht the first Ir8t payment will lllhQrt short shortly
ly 1 L lf > P P made thus keeping the thecntrct thecntrctIn contract contractIn
In force forceAMKIUCAN torceAUmUCA forcetMflItiCAN
Some 8010 JIBO UH 85 Delegate n hoiegaieeimescnt I ntc P 1lRent res out at lt time thoIn IhoIodln time3iett
3iett Iodln log In Denver 1CII I
Denver Deller March 5 GA 5Abomn About bon 350 delegates delegateswere delrSltes delrSlteswere
were present when whrl tho first Irst annual con convention conntlon convemmtioa ¬
vention ntlon of 0 the American merICII Cattle Catf Grow Growers Growers Growera ¬
ers association usocaton was called lled to rder In Intho Inthe Iiithe
the Tabor aIO opera oper house hOIPo at t 11 1 oclock ocock to today toda today ¬
day da by li H I H I lloblnfon Joblnpol temporary temporarypresident temporar111e211tent temporarylareeldent
president 111e211tent The entire Illro territory tOITltol west of ofthe atthe ofthe
the Missouri f8ourl liver 11er Is represented the thelargest thelargest theiargest
largest delegations being those thop of Col Colorado Colorado Cclorado ¬
orado Wyoming Texatt rexal New NI Mexico MexicoArizona MexicoArizona exlco exlcoArlznl
Arizona Arlznl and Ind Nevada A temporary or organization orIunlzalon orgimnization ¬
ganization Iunlzalon wan 01 effected Qfecte nt lt Bait BII Lake LakaCity lakCiy LakeCity
City Ciy durIng duiln the recent convention COllenton of ofthe ofthr ofthe
the National utonll Live Stork fHok Association AssociationThe ssoviationTime slnton slntonThe
The convention conventon will wi decide l1 hle whether Whflher the thenew thonel timenew
new nel association nIocllton shall be bE Independent InlcIJenlent of ofthe oftlt oftIme
the tlt National atollll Llv 111 LI Stock association rtS0 lltol or orwork orwork orwork
work a 1 n subdivision RlhhlHlon of It I The he olllcers olllcersof ofcers ofcersor
of the tl lie national nlltlJ1 association al oelltlon art If watch watching watchIn watchlag ¬
lag In the projected Ilrojectpt organization orlalizalnn Jealously Jealouslyready jealou jealouleat jealouslyready
ready leat to cooperate oorlte If It I Is II to be an aux auxiliary 11 mumxiiiary ¬
iliary IlIal but to fight tght It If It is to be 0 Inde Independent Indeflcntcnt ladeImendent ¬
pendent and Ind a rival rivalWelcoming rlmlWelcomlll rlvmiVeiconhini
Welcoming Welcomlll addresses addrelsQI were made 1IIIIe nt ntthe ft ftthe fittime
the morning session of the convention conventionby cOlvellon cOlvellonhy
by Governor Ormnn Ormln and Mayor aror John Johnson JohnKOI Johnson ¬
son KOI Responses flRponses Nero made mil de on behalf of ofthe otthe ofthe
the association by b P S Luok Iu k of Call California CII Callfornia ¬
fornia and ant A S Van Dnrn Dor of New NewMexico Newexlco NewMexico
Mexico MexicoMr exlco exlcoIr
Mr Ir Van Yal Doran explained explnlled the objects objectsof
of the nscoclatlon ascoclaton which ho said pro proposes proposel proposes
poses posel to work to secure legislative lelstate pro protoctlon protlton protection
toctlon tlton of the ranges rnges for the cattle cattlegrowers catle catleroerl cattlegrowers
growers roerl and 111 enable enlble them to melt the theIncreasing theIncrea theIncicasing
Increasing Increa lnJ demand for beef both at nthome athome athome
home and abroad abroadMr abrot
Mr r A C Clevland of Neada de delivered dolivered ¬ I
livered lrlrl an address adlrtsR which evoked eokct hearty heartyapplause hertypplnuse heartyapplause
applause A recess reeel recessWas was then taken takenTun takenTI takenTI1
Tun TI TI1 l punsiiivrs IUESlm fS xnw 1 OAHINTT OAHINTTOld HT
Old 011 Members cmhlrR Itciioinliinled Hrllllnlllllllll timid All AllArc it Ii Iistr I IIro
Arc str Confirmed ConfirmedWashington CUllhlHtl CUllhlHtlWashIngton CoiiiliiiiiqtWashington
Washington March Iarh 5 5The The President Presidenttoday Iresldonttodt Iresidonttcmlay
today todt sent 8elt the following tolowlnl nominations nominationsto nomnatlon
to the Senate John liar 11 of orthe the Dis District Ds Dstrlct 1Isttlct ¬
trict of Columbia to 0 be secretary secrtury of ofstate otstate ofstate
state stateLyman stateImlln stateLymnhm
Lyman J Cage of Illinois I1nel8 to bo ace tecictary acemetary ee eerctnr
ictary of the th treasury treasuryEllhu trlaSln treasuryIiihii
Ellhu 1 lhl Hoot of Now ew York to be secre secretary SQcretnr secretary ¬
tary tnr of war warTohn warohn wartohn
Tohn W Grlggs GrSiS of New ie ew Jersey Jerse to be beatt beaU beott
att i neygeneral leen ihmey1eneraiCharles neygeneralCharles < rl
Charles Emory Smith StlUI of Pennsyl Pennsylvania PennsInla Jemmsylania ¬
vania nla to he postmastergeneral postmastergeneralJohn I
John D Long Lng of Massachusetts Insachusett to bo bosecretary bosecretar besecretary
secretary of the navy navyEthan na naEthan navyEthami
Ethan A Hitchcock Itchcoek of Missouri to tobe tobe tobe
be secretary of f the Interior InteriorJamrs InteriorJamrs interiorJames
Jamrs Wlliion Wllon of Iowa to 0 bo score secretary scoretary ¬
tary of agriculture agricultureThe nirleuure nirleuureThl
not The Thl Tlm nominations nominationsIt nomInatons nomInatonsI Senate 8enll has his confirmed conOrrod all al the cabi cabinet caII caIInot cablnot ¬
It I Is understood that AttorneyGen AttorneyGencral AttornOen AttornOenornl
oral Grlggs Grlg s will 1 remain rmain In olllcc olee until untilIhc uni untilthe
succefcor the President Iresllent has ha been able to select his hissuccefcor hisRUCcer hissuccersor
It 1 Is Ii espected e that the President will willsend willaend
send nrl In the nomination nomlnoton of Ilobert Me Ie 1
Cormlck formerly of t Illinois ilnis but now nowa no i ia
a leMdent 1 < Ient of the District of Columbia Columbiato Cohlnhl Cohlnhlto
to be mlnlrter to Austra AUltr vice Minster
liners larrs resigned resignedUcilinnnil rslned rslnedUIlloll resiznedfled
Ucilinnnil UIlloll fled mimomid nu 01 Ofllcn Keeking KeekingLondon Scrklnj Seek log logLondon
i London March I rch 5 5At At a meeting of
I Irish Irih nationalists natonnllRts this thl afternoon mlctng nt
U which John ft
lledmond presided
Iedmond prciided n reso ¬
lotion was passed to the th effect etect that It
was O InconrtMent Incolfhtlnt and Improper for any an anmember
member of the party to use Influence
direct lret or Indirect Indllt to obtain government governmentsituations JOcrnmlnt JOcrnmlntsltuatlon9 gevernmentsituations Inluenco
situations or appointments of any nn kind
for any person personDcltoiiledeIliifTott peron peronIclolllr person1eitnmilrdeTitiffctt
DcltoiiledeIliifTott Iclolllr < elllt Duel DuelMadrid 1111 1111Iadrl hurlMadrid
Madrid Iadrl March afh C r 1MM MM m Deltoulode Deltoulodeand Deloulele Delouleleani
and ani oil MarcftlHabert lIr lJhibrt have arrived here
from frm San SebastIan They Thc Intend Itcn to toproceed topraH toproeetI
proceed praH to Barcelona narc lonl and nnt thence to
Genoa Oloa In Iew of the th proposed prposell duel he between heDeloultde hetwa4n ¬
tween M Dciioulede Deloultde nod M I Andre Alulr
Orleans IlufCet Buret the Paris agent nnl of the fluke nuk of
Man Who Murdered Murderodlils His Wlta and andEntire andEntre andEntire
Entire Entre Family Famiy Sentenced SentencedAltKESTED Sentenced1AltltEsIED fntoncod t fntoncodt
1II IA Attorney UIrne lerell Ic1iitiid > eI > iidcHlui tll ohi IlietirimmU IlietirimmUof tie tue 1rotiiitts 1rotiiittsof rllllh rllllhof
of Imuiiliy wl llruiiBji I IIrUtIgIItlhI ru lt h trou on I by Vur Vuredition llraocutll lcraseullon
edition aocutll of AiiilWClnircli AiiilWClnircliSPECIAL tmiit7CIiiircisSIJCIAL ll i ChnrCI ChnrCII ChnrCISPECIAL
Pckln 111 I March Ilrch 5 Jury In the thecase ther timeCnS
case CnS of r Samuel Moscrf Moser O Which h hlast hIcim retired retiredlast retiredlast
last night nlglt joturned Ietured a VftsjTlct v tct at 11 9 oclock oclockthis ocllcle ocllclethis oeluekthis
this morning 10rnlnc The defondunt was Wil pro pronotinced pronoulced pronounced
notinced noulced guilty ulty and punishment 11 lllhlcnt was wasfixed Wil wasfixed
fixed fxed at 21 years In tile ti penitentiary penitentiaryMosors pcnlh penItentiaryMosers l tnry
Mosors 108011 crime was thumurder th 1w lur nurder er of his hiswife hl hlwife hiswife
wife and three children chldlcn On Sunday SundayMay SUllla SUlllaMa SundayMay I
May Ma 13 1 1900 Mosor svBpt sw pt hla entire entirefamily cntre cntret111 entirefamily
family t111 out Olt of cxlstcno Wiling llg his hisyouiiR hisOUII lilayoung
young OUII wife two little Ilto uons fOtU aged ulUI 7 und
5 and an his Ils Infant all ni 1 With lth sl sIx < c shots shotsfrom shutstrol itotmifrom
from trol a a a icvoUw Icvol1 The he murder luhler took place placeearly placeearly lac6 lac6url
early url In the evening ntfHio lIttle homo near nearMorton leal leallollon neamMorton
Morton lollon and IIlt the same Itne nfjht Mower MOltr lied liedto Itl liedto
to t the lie West being lelnj nrrentcd urlc te a few days dayslater 111 clayslater
later in Salt SIII Lake Ial < uftorun ItQr > uI unsuccess unsuccessful UISUCClIS UISUCClIStul ¬
Moaor blames blamesthe blamumestime
ful UI attempt nt nulclde Hulcldlo r hilmel
the IIW new Amlsh Amih church churchl for his hil crime crimeund crlmt crimmieunil
und attorney atora T N > Gnftn Or n has ha defend defended detendel ¬
ed el tho murderer on a plea plol of Insanity InsanityMoser III insanityNoser anlty anltyIoser
Moser was wal put out of the new leI Amlsh Amlshchurch AmlHhehulch Amitthchurch
church ehulch five tve years oorl aonn ago on the alleged allegedground IIleg IIlegground allegedgrotimid
ground that ho fondledhis tontlei fonmhied his ttttlo Ilh child childIn llll
In public Ilublc After A twr being belnidsted Ousted from tWi Urn Urnchnrrli 11 tilimchurch
church Moser 0ger WII was ShUI shunuM c by his fath father mmthmor ¬
er and mother Iotwr arid nnral nlHhe he now IUI Amisli Amislipeople Aml nmisim nmisimpecimle h hpeullu
people peullu accoiding to thijr eonsiructlon eonsiructlonof OISIIUlUun OISIIUlUunor
of the Bible Bbll It I Is thlrf thf thi4r5eUticlht MrfecuMon 8011101 and nndthe andthe andthe
the partial separation sCIntlo from his wife wifethat wifethat IL ILthllt
that Moscrs Mo crK attorney ntorM cflniends atllll drove drovethe dlovthe drovetime
the defendant leendant Insane II unc ffhe he Jury tOnIc toolctwo tOnIctwo tolctwo
two bullets hllots but ut dlsagr dI8Isrf discmgrmd y on each nnd nndat nnl tmfltlat
at 915 notified lotle Judge Ptiterbaueh PUterhaugh that thatIt hutIt
It would retire for the ulcht 1111ht
Salt Lakers will wi niflrcniynber remember the sen scnntlonal senqtonal senqtionai
ntlonal qtonal attempt attenlt at nt self slt deatrurtiom deatrurtiommade dfAtrurtoN dfAtrurtoNmade ciestrurtIoimmmdc
made by Moser In this city on May 11 17 17laet 1 17iget
laet 121 Ho had Just nrrlvod Irrl here the thenlcht timeimighit i
nlcht Ilght before He le was 11 I fugitive rU lt1 from fromJustice trom11tce fromumjustice
Justice 11tce and was flutingfrom fleeing tram coma his hu own ownfears ownrelrll ownfears
fears relrll as well wel na lS from tlom Oclng th9 th law la As soon soonnnssihlc soonnnlHlhle soonmansihl
nnssihlc nnlHlhle he secured 8cculed a 1 Chicago Chk o paper papernnd 11pernnrlrldlng Iaperand
and nnrlrldlng ieadlnj an ul1lccolntln account in It I of his hI own ownawful ownawCul oimnawfui
awful crime cdre he hastened to the Jordan Jordanriver Jordanrler Jordanriver
river and Jumped JUl1Jcd In with the intention intentionof Intentlol
of committing cOllnltlug suicide He le did tld not SUP SUPceed SUI sueceCil
cecil and placing a revolver to his head headb
b hi < blew a hole In It Aaln ain ho failed failedand ralell ralellnnd fatieiland
and disgusted and a 11 1 bedrniMled d1g4Iell he heclimbed hecJmQd heclimbed
climbed cJmQd out upon ulon the te bQnkg b nk8 and a little llttlolater Itto IttoInter littleIntcr
later was Wls taken to the police polee station stationwhere stnton stntonwhere stationvhere
where he told to1 the Dcsftret De el News the thefirst theIrst tImefIrst
first Irst story RtolY of his dlaboltcal Ilabolwal deeds He Hesaid Hesulll Hesaid
said that thlt four days tns bcfoia he h had hlll mur murdtred tur tur11tred moedrcd
dtred 11tred his Vlfe tte lfe afffltlncpiTns aitlivm WtniJ bQtc 91 > < jre I shot iimotthem shotthem ihotthem
them down In an 11 extraordinarily extraoitIMrl brutal brutaln brulnllocl
n ni 1 cowardl5rnanneri MocKed locl i their theirbodies theirhod theIrbodies
bodies hod Ie up U In the home and Illl lied Iitd He Hewas Hewas HevaM
was kept In Jttlt jl here for a t short time timeand tme tmeand linearid
and then sent SEnt back to Illinois IinoIs In com company comfHY comimflatly
flatly fHY with Sheriff SheIf Mount of Tawwel Taztmveli
county where the crime cnlf was committed committedi commltcd commltcdIqpIlcnth committedeqtiCntly
IqpIlcnth i fiuently > OHlccr Ollrrr Palmer Pii mer of Salt SaltLake Sal SaltLako
Lake Iakl who hmo went back Illcle to Pekln Pfkln III 11 to totestify totItlt totestify
testify tItlt In the trial for the life le of the themurderer themurderr theumaurderr
murderer obtained a J200 200 reward rClrd for forhi1 torhl forhis
his capture captureRAILROAD caIture caItureRAILROAD St StflAILROAD
The Thm first tret timing thin the Senate did dil this thisafternoon thislernoon thisafternoon
afternoon lernoon was 1as to pass unanimously unanimouslySenate unanimouslySenllte unanimouslySenate
Senate bill bi No 100 by b Tanner codi codifying codifylmig ¬ I Itlng
fying the railroad riroad laws IIWI of the State StateThe Stutehe StateFIme
The he committee commltQc on counties count ountt s and muni municipal lunl lunlclpal niunlci ¬
cipal ci pal corporations corprations recommended the thepassage thepORBMe tImellaasale
passage of House bill bi No U 15i relating relatingto reatng reatngto
to It the establishment cltllJlshrcnt of city cltj oouitsThe COUlts COUltsThe courts courtsTime
The same fame committee commitee compajscxl comJuso the thedeath thelellth timedeath
death lellth of House bill bi No o 179 providing providingfor lvlln lvllntor
for n 1 change In the time tme of holding holdingmunicipal holdingmunicipal holdingmunicipal
municipal elections electionsMIljKAGlV electons electonsHljgG electionsMlhjiitO1IiSCUSSlON
Passes nnd Traveling TrlldlllJ I Ealmtimsc xpiMiscH tlm rl time IlicMain timeiIai
Main 11111 iIai mm Iloni Ioio lb mm ur < > r Contention ContentionAfter Conllltlon ConllltlonAler Ccnitemmt Iou IouAfter
After Aler a I recess for lunch consideration considerationof consIderaton consIderatonot
of the eerlculture eerlculur bill bi was IIS resumed resumedThe resulo resumedThe
The first trst postpradlal postpr ial amendment was wasdue wnslue wasdue
due lue to Pond anti an It was to reduce the thesalarjvaf the8alarJ timemmaiaro
salarjvaf 8alarJ tthoeecretary the secretary of the board of
commissioners omm1sl ominisslonuritfromn from JIJOO 1200 20 to JCOO GO 600 The Theamendment The1111811mont Theanmammdmont
amendment 1111811mont nur carried carlletl amid fnd the bill bi was wasthen wnsthen wanthen
then put on final IMI passage passing passingunanimously passinunanlmousl liassihigUmmommimamouSi
unanimously unanimouslyUingtons unanlmouslLngtons UmmommimamouSitangtons
Uingtons Lngtons bill bi No US vfl9 Wf9 next In Inorder Inorer inorder
order orer The bill 1 prescribes Jr rI I the contents contentsof
of notices by mall mal under unler provisions lons of ofthe otthc ofthe
the probate prliatc code cOc and with two unim unimportant uulmportnnt ummimportant ¬
portant amendments ImenllpntH vas named namedHouse JMl passedhouse
House IoUI bill t No 0 30 nv h G W V Johnson Johnsonfixing John Johnsonfixing on onfxln
fixing fxln the mileage of district attorneys attorneyswas atoreys atoreysas
was as favorably ftWomb reported rICr1 with 11 certain certainproposed Iertalnproposc certainproposed
proposed amendments 11cnlIIS Under nuspen nuspenslon Huspenslon suspenaba
slon of the rules MiGregors lregor8 bill i No NoC3 0
63 which was IIS rejwted reJ < tl this thlt morning morningwas morln morlnWM
was reconsidered Ilconslderrd In conjunction with withNo wih wIt ii iiNo
No 30 as referring reterln to the same fme subject subjectA subjet subjetA
A motion carried carted to strike out clause clausemaking clausemnklllg clausemaking
making It unlawful for Judicial officers officersto 01lf I Ito
to claim cnlm or receive reccle mileage mlcige when tray traveling tm tmelln traycling ¬
cling elln on free passes paRes Mr r Pond moved movedthat moedtha movedthat
that tha the mileage mleac be reduced to C cents centson
on railroads rnlrllls and 10 cents away from fromrailroads Cromrairoads room roomrailroads
railroads rairoads He le Inter under pressure pressuremodified IJressuremolited Pressurenmodillecl
modified molited this to C and 15 cents Mr MrAxton MrAxton Ir IrAxton
Axton thought that thlt the original sums sumsmentioned summentIoned sumsmentioned
mentioned In the bill bi S and
10 cents were crp email smal enough enoughThn enoughTho ant
The Sneaker asked ukl if I the nans IJS
c OS were were not enough enugh Mr 11 Axton AxtonIn Ion IonIn
In reply sold IBM thnt he h had Illtl positive pOtltl eI evidence eIlnce eIlence ¬
dence < lnce that n certain Irtaln Supreme court courtJudge courtJule
Judge Jule whose name he refused Cu d to di divulge divulge l ¬
vulge 11 iI nlwavg thI paid his railroad mlroDll fares fareswherever tlr tlrherwr scan scanwherever
wherever herwr he traveled truIP I D C Johnson Johnsonfavored JohnRontlorc Johnsonfavored
favored < amendment allowing 110lnl 5 and IB IBcents 16centt 15cents
cents centt Jlr r Homer lomlr moved mo 1 that they thl be beallowed heallowed
allowed nJowe1 actual expense Mr Ir McGregor McGregorsaid fenr r rsnll
said snll the question queRton of what constituted constitutedactual cntltltcll cntltltcllactulII constitutedactual
actual traveling trweln expenses txpens was 11 a vexed vexedone exMIonf exelone
one onf Mr Holrhelmer lolzhelmlr wild that the theterm theterm timeterm
term term Included IncludeI hotel expense CJIII nnd was wasIn va
In fact so 0 elastic catl that If there ther was a n118po
disposition 118po lton to stuff Rtuf their bills biA nd ld
libitum Ho thoujht that It
IIhlum le I would hn hnniggardly hI h hniggardly
niggardly nlgl3r ly to go lower Ircr than 8 and 11 11cents I Icentl iccents
cents centl a mile mie HP HI thought It woull
be h nn Insult In ul to demand of our ou judges judgesnn
nn In account of City Il dinner nner at Drighnm Drllhtm
City Clt and an upper lupper at Ogden Ollen Homer1 Homer1amendment Homer1 IIomersamenilment
amendment for actual expenses txppnael expengvoted Wni Wnivoted WAolcrl <
voted down dln by h a 0 large larJe majority maJort The Theamendment rimeamendment Il Ilnmenlnent
amendment nmenlnent for 5 and 15 cents centl carried clred
The he hill biNo hillNo No OJ 6 Gos as amended was Wa then thenput thenlut thenput
put lut on final Onl papa and pwod paUI > by h a avote I ftVote
vote of H to 4 No 00 SO was wai then acted actedon actQ1 actQ1nn
on separately Icpamtel > No 0 CJ 6 having pasted pastedall pased pasedal
all al ot section ucton 4 In No SO 0 referring reterng to
mileage Inleage was al stricken out as al recom recommended reaomIneluled recommneimmled ¬
mended by b tho Judicial committee commltte In Inthin Inthll Inthis
thin thll shape the bill il wits Wil pawed palel without withouta wihout wihouta
a negative ng t e vote voteWOQLLEYSSMOKiiSCOiNSUMEIl voteVOO1jLiEVS ote oteWOOIJIJ
Hatch of Amusing Innccuruclcs Ilaccumccs Con Concerning COl Coltceriiimir ¬
cerning cCllnl It ItA I IA itA
A Salt Sal L ako rJ3ke > morning moring paper gave Slva an anaccount nnaccount anaccount
account today todll of a valuable omoke con conturner COlt commsumner
turner fUlner recently recenty Invented by Hyrum J rul 8 8Woolley BWoolly 13Woohity
Woolley Woolly of this city It I stated that thatJlr thattr thatMr
Jlr tr Woolley WoolQY had been en In Washington WashingtonI lshlugtou lshlugtouJ
I > C for the past month mOlth securing pat patents putents bftteflt ¬
ents eflt on his device and anl that a 1 telegram telegramhad telegramhlll eiegrftrnhatl
had hlll been received by one ole of his fin financial In fluummticti ¬
ancial 011111 backers Iaeker here hert which WIR wan in the thecause theIUs timecause
cause IUs of much excitement exclemellt In that hi hihud hehllo liehail
hud hllo be IOI boemm n offered 11000000 0000 fur u I half
Interest Int8rtst In the patent by Senator Clark Clarkand Clarkmmiiii
and 11 other big financiers InnclcrK In the east <
The aitlclo uItele fuither Curt her stated sIll led that sue successful IUC IUCo sueeosfut ¬
cessful o stil experiments QxperhlltK had hul been lJlen made In
Washington WIMhlnrtl and au that the tht pemonss PtIHOlS most 10lt
lioavllr interested 11elltet in the Invention Inllton h hee heer item itemwere r rwere
were r Silver SIer iron lleber lelJer J Grant Grlnt Jerry Jerr
Langford Lantorl N W Clayton CIItn nnd ud D Wool
ley of Kanuu lanal that next to the the Inven Inventor IIen IIentor Inemmtar ¬
tor Silver fUver hires Bri were the heaviest heavieststock helvltlt helvltltIItnck
stock holders and that
they the had made maden
n 1 number numbr of machines machlnl and that one 011 111 of ofthese ofthese ofthese
these was WR now working In the the Cunmm Cunmmmeeting Culon Culonm Amuimtim Amuimtimmsetinf
meeting m tlnr house hou e and that tbt It I WOH wui the de determination dOternaihmatimn ¬
termination tlrmllltll of Sliver 81er Bros Drs to nell 1t1 none noneof unlO unlOor mimicof to totlrmllltll
of the consumers all but
cOnlmer at ali to put them thnnout themuul themout
out and flhl charge chnr6e loynltlM Ionl e nn them thlm
Now 10 that Is Ii n beautiful b autul story storysaid etomlsaid tol tolnll
said nll the largest backer hlcer of Mr Woolley Woole
today tota It I In all I true trueevery every ory word 0 < of It Itexcept I itexcept
except that thatlo no telegram lelpgrllt has been re received 1 r reeled ¬
ceived re1cd from frol Mr Woollpy Woole no 10 expirl expirlmoiits lXIIII lXIIIImorIIIU txpoiImmmomts
moiits morIIIU have been h Qn made mal0 In Washington a hln tnn
Senator Selator Clark Cluk or other Ms financier tnlndr
have hlo not been spoken IPolten to about II and Ilhl amid
have ha1 not been negotiated nl ntated with either cithiemby
by II lelrgrm telegram or letter Icl ter < no such slch ofl otlr offer r has hasbeen hashiOU tinsloim
been made Inde for half Iltlf m 11 other othlr Interest Intee 1 In Inthe InIII 1mmhit
the III patent Ilntllt a number nlmlJr of the machine machlneRhal mimacluimueshas
ban hal not xmo been made mldQ In tact tl It I Is I not a amachine I ainneimimme
machine mlchln at all simply lmpl n furnace turn urmince lce Half Halfof Illt Illtor halfof
of the tl local people penpll named Mlet are In no 10 wise
Interested 111 immmit tilt the Sliver Slvcr Bros are not notthe notthe umotthe
the largest la1 ft stock holders hoillerl and In having havingonly havingon havIngonly
only on I n I minor Interest IltereRt can Hay lay little littleabout litle litlellliout littloabout
about royalties rorlltlel there is II not one lne of times tliesmachines thl timesmnachuimmemi
machines Illhlnll In the tl Cannon meeting house hotiBenndoh hOne hOnendh houseandohm
nndoh ndh well there are Ile n I whole lot lotof lotot lotof
of things 1111 R In the article artcle that are nrt not
Hut I think this will 1 sutllco sutce for the thepresent thdIf iii iiilresent
present presentThe If lresentTime en I
The fact tlCt of o the matter mn ter Is however howeverthat hoocrthllt hmowecrthat
that Mr Ir Woolley recently rfcenl built buit a I fur furnuce turnlH furOnce
Once along I10nl such luch lines Inl1 as fg to make It Itan I
an ln absolute ah olute smoke lllke consumer IOnMUler The salv salvage Ifl nutl nutlage ¬
age n t of this thl kind of furnace Ullel ummmmmmce It I li I also alsoclaimed flRI mmmcilainaod
claimed IRlmel amounts to about 25 per cent centThe remitVime
The 11 government OVprl > enl has ha become htcol Interested
In It nnd al11 Mr Woolley WooIlY nnd friends ui uipect uxPlt orPeCt
pect Plt shortly Rhorty to secure lerlre patentB patlntl
Washington D C March 6 Patents Patentsgranted Patentsgrntellah Patentsgrammtetlttuum
granted grntellah grammtetlttuum Ituh Geo Go W Craig Provo ProvoCity ProVoCity Provecity
City railway raiway ticket Alma D Uogers UogersRichmond HogcrsHchmond ItogersItichmnmomad
Richmond Hchmond washing machine machineWyoming maehlneWyomlng mmmachlumeWyonmingMar3
Wyoming WyonmingMar3 Mary Iar C Urockway Doug
Ins wash ftah boiler boier Edward I Moore oore Sun SunDance SUIIDance SummIance
Dance wagon rake rakeFrnnk rle rlel rakeFrnnk
Frnnk l rnk Stlnehour Stnehour has been appointed appointedpostmaster a arpoimmtedpomtunaster polntedp08tmaster
postmaster at lt Heckwlth Ulntah lntah Co CoWyo Coyo CoVyu
Wyo yo vice le W V H I Heckwlth removed removedSEX nnord nnordS rcnmuostudSlN
MaihtmiionD MaihtmiionDtor Sea Seator
Winlln DG aJhJ
tor nllwlns Hawllns leles leaves for home this even evenIng evenIn evenIng
Ing In
The secretary secretarj of the treasury today todayapproved todoyepprovemi
approved 111JJroel the sketch of plans for Hit HitMilt th thl tlmmutit
Milt l t1 Lake ake public ublo building hUlllng The designs
or these buildings lJultllngs will wi be of three threeclasses threecla threeclasses
classes cla 8os
1W IAIIKS IIS KSTATH KSTATHAmenilcd ESlNrl ESlNrlAICllccl ES11EstmimummIet
AICllccl Amenilcd Answer 1 iimswem1lkiI I H 1 Illeil 111 In II Mult of ofAmilo ntllln olmumiio
Amilo llln mumiio Hilton Jllol n K Iloa 1o n Itojlimcc ItojlimccIn 10Jllllce 10JllllceIn
In the suit ult of Annie P 1 F A Hilton Hion ve veItosa vuItosit S S10sa
Itosa 10sa P Iloylance orlan the defendant today
filed ted her h r amended amentel answer nISr to the tOII com complaint cohnPlaint omIllaln ¬
plaint of plaintiff plllnlf whereby plaintiff pllntf Is Isseeking I IIeklng iseteklng
seeking to quiet and Inll claim laln title to mi a acertain I acemtaium
certain piece of property formerly formerlyowned rormerlrowned tormumerlyowned
owned by b the th late Dr Park and con conveyed roneel coneyed ¬
eyed eel by b him to the defendant letendllnt before beforehis Iletoll ifonehIs
his hil death dlth In the amended answer InKWtr de defondant tiefondant
le lefondant
fondant alleges nlelel that plaintiff plnlntf ami 111 Dr DrPark DrPnrk 1rhmtrk
Park were sealed sealel or 0 married larrlet for eter eternity eterni eterimity ¬
nity ni but not for this life 11 that Mrs MrsHilton Mrs110n MrshilltoP
Hilton 110n never claimed clalmel to be the wife of ofDr otDr ofDr
Dr Park until unti after his death Septem September Setember ¬
ber 30th 3Ih 1900 190 and that she ime Is now no es estopped elltopfQd entopped ¬
topped topfQd from from setting ettlnl up u any claim what whatever whateer shmateier
ever to the property In dispute dlRJute De Defendant DefOl10nt Dofenfiant ¬
missed fendant fOl10nt prays that the null 6Ui be dis dismissed Ils Ilsmlsse dismissed ¬
cuiiAN OUIA TTiTiTiTu JaI Jibiitli Jibiitli11mm GgS AT i s sMany
Many 11mm 111 n y Want Vi 111 ii t Convention COIllllul CohIemI I limui to I mm Adjourn AdjournSons t IInlrl mIi mmii rim rimSo
Sons So lS as to It Consult CoiutlriteiitN CoiutlriteiitNHavana ConHlllenlH ConHlllenlHHavana Cnumt Itumeimt s sHavamma
Havana March lrh 5 SAt At the conference conferencelast conterelce conterelcelast
last night nlrht of the Cuban constitutional constitutionalconvention consttutonAl consttutonAlcomcnton constitutionalconvention
convention comcnton many lan mann delegates tlleJutes favored the thetemporary thetemporr thetcnnpormtry
temporary temporr suspension of the convention conventionIn
In order to allow al 0 the members cspic cspiclally QSPcla1y emptelally
lally la1y those th08l from room Santiago Sonlo Puerto Prin Principe Irillcille Irincipe ¬
cipe und Santa Clara Clar povinces provinces an op opportunity 01portunl oimPurtuhmitY ¬
portunity portunl to consult tho wishes Ishet of their theirconstituents thcll timeimconstitimerits
amendment constituents constuentR regarding the Plait Plaitamendment Plat Plntammuendmnent
film imo anil 1111 the ti Prlnio Irhwo irlumeuConsomt Consort COlsolt lvcn Olsen > n aHrllllnnt nIlllllt nflmithimmnt
Hrllllnnt Illlllt Iteccptlnn IteccptlnnAmsterdam HICCpllnlAmstrlam lcccpliommAmsterdam
Amsterdam Amstrlam Mardi llrch D 6Quen 5Queen Queen Wllhel Wllhelmlna Wlhel Wlhelmlna Wilhielmlmma
mlna and the prince consort entered enteredthis enton entonthis enteredthin
this city lt in state today todayThe toa toaThl todayTime
The Thl royal party were received rec IVQd by the theprincipal theIlrlndllll timevrlnrurial
principal authorities nuthorltes and conducted conductC1 to tothe toIhl tothe
the Ihl royal r al pavilion lalon where had gathered gatheredn ath r
a brilliant btlant array arm of o officials olcfal Including Includingthe
the governor Joveror of the province frlnle im ° vince of North Northcm Xorthern Northem
cm em Holland luland and 111 high hllh military mltn naval navaljudicial navaljtmmllcIai I
judicial Julellli antI Inll civil cl1 dignitaries dignitariesThe dbnlarls I
The hl burgomaster buruomlPtlr of Amsterdam de delivered delvered tIehlvered ¬
livered lvered an address Addrls of welcome welcomeThe welcomeThe welcomeThe
The foce procession lon In slate Ite carriages crrlngef and andescorted an1escorted andescorted
escorted by b troops then traversed the thestreet thestreet thestreets
street of the capital capial which In spite spie of ofthe otthl ofthe
the thl rain were ere packed with wih throngs thrns of ofenthusiastic otenthusiastic ofenthusiastIc
enthusiastic subjects luhjectl The route rotle to the thepalace thepnlace timepalace
palace was wa lined Inetl by b the civic guards guardsarid guardsamid uard uardard
arid ard troops of the garrison rrlpon Salutes Saluteswreo Snlute Saluteswrmo
wreo ro tired red as the procession advanced advancedand
and the progress prolss of the hue royal ro al party was wassignalled wassignailed
signalled 1 nlc by the ringing rllln of church bells bellsOVUTKH bels belsOUTBn belieOUtTllt
DcmnuralN IelOUralR of f Clilci Cliclo Imlemigo o Name IIIO Him Himfur HII Iliumfur
fur f r Maor Itlr for Ililrii llrtl Term TermChicago reuumChicago I IChIcgo
Chicago ChIcgo March Iach 5 DCRrter Carter H I Harri Harrison Harr ¬
son was placed plactlin in nomination 10miotoll for mayor mayorof
of Chicago ChlOo for or the third term tfn by b the theDemocratic theI timeDemocratIc
Democratic I mocrtl city el convention conenton today todayThere tOII todayThere
There Thlre was aSIO no opposition oPll08110n to his hI renomln renomlnatlon renomlnaton renonminmation
atlon aton either eiher at the primaries Jlrlmnrel yesterday yesterdayor yestrrday yestrrdayor
or In todays lotnIIentlon convention and there was wasno wasno wasno
no ballot Ilot taken the nomination nomin lon being beingmade bllng bllngmade beingmade
made by acclamation INImaton nmd mlr great great cheer cheerIng chCr chCrlng cheerimug
Ing The platform pIal Conn as adopted strongly stronglyfavors Htrngl HtrngltlOI stronglyfavors
favors tlOI the ultimate ultmate municipal munlclll owner ownership OWllr OWllrhlp vnmer vnmership ¬
ship of all ni public utilities utite Including Includingftrcct Includilltnct includingstreet
street railways ralwaA nnd lighting lJhtn plants pllntp and andIncluded Intl IntlIneluclNI onIInoiumlcd
Included a resolution rjflutlnn of sympathy tmplth for forthe torthe farthe
the Doers 10eM The extension extenlion of street Itf t rail railway rulla railway
way a franchises Is II expected upetc to be the themost themost theutmost
most Important question qUltion of the cam campaign ear catmmpalgn ¬
palgn paignContests palgnontets palgnContents
Contests were expected over some t01e of ofthe o ofthe
the other city el offices olcls but little lte dowel devcloped dlel dlelfppr dowellpPd
oped fppr The ticket tcket as nominated nomlnato Is as asfollows asolow asfollows
follows followsJlayor followsMayorCarter
olow olowII
Jlayor MayorCarter II or1tfr Carter H I Harrison HarrisonCity larrllon larrllonCiy Itarrisanity
City Ciy Treasurer Trasurer Trcasurerlumrien Charles h rleR F Ounther OuntherCity GuntherClt GuntimerCity
City Clt Attorney AtoreAndr attorneyAndrew Andrew J 1 Bran HyaiiCity BranCl ItyamiCity
City Cl Clerk ClerkWm Win IxxfUer Lfer
Wants European Powers io O Prevent En Enforcement Enforcen1ent Enforcenieiit ¬
forcement of Russian Demands DetnandsUtiilty DetnandsUtiiltyI1andariiis Guilty GuiltyMandarins
Mandarins 1landarins Will Vi be Punished
London Ionlol March Iarh 5 GHusla 6ittmsalu Ilusala having havingdemanded havinglellndet havingdsmmmntnmjct
demanded lellndet n n prmpt piompt ratification Ntlfcatn of the theManchurlan tie tieanchurlun th thMammchuriam
Manchurlan agreement Ig lent by Emperor KmptrorKwatig EmJ Emperor1wanmg r rJlllg
Kwatig Jlllg Su tho ChliiDie government governmentwlr 10erntent 10erntentwIrd governnmentwired
wlr wIrd wired d Its Il ministers abroad nbloc asking for forInterposition torIntelposilol foriuitemponltiomu
Interposition Intelposilol says IOI tho Pekln Iekll corren correnponaent crrel corresliommasmil
ponaent Iiondel of the Morning Ioriing Post Iosl Great Grt
Ilrltnin aonnany Italy I Itch I h AustrlaHun AustrlaHunlliry AustrIahulfUY
lliry and ud Japan JalJI have
110 threatened < to
take tlko action actIn against nglllst China If I the he per pormit permulti
multi 11 15iisMa 1u5III1 dlcttttlon dlcttttlonTho dltulon dltulonfho
AVaslilnKtnn government which whichthl
Is the most Irlendly
l0st to JtuMa > may IIT
11JIlulle persuade her to forego u 1 protMtorat protMtoratOrl irot torjH torjHover
over Orl Mnncliuilu lnndlJla Iammchum In at 11 a pievontlve Illelnl1 Of en encronihiiientu encrOIhllrlt encronmimmmhemts
cronihiiientu crOIhllrlt by I other oth < powers pOIr > leading 1lllng
to the tl dlvlittgratton 11 Itflton of fhlna
Pekln March Irch GIn an edict ekt the cm cmP empror 1
P pror parer ror of China Chll Inul annuls all al dacreet 118rel unit amiimports an1Ilpors unitmeports
imports Ilpors r nilard rtwdeN11 from ruin June 20th 2th to 0
August 14th Hll woo 100 O0 In order or er that no nt trace traceof rce rceot
of them tbfl b I be preserved prolervld d In history hlitoryMANDAIUNS hltorAI i iMANIAltJNS
P Pai larle rl March 11rch Srcim BAt t a 1 cabinet COOn counoil eouncl r
oil cl held hell at the tlC IBO Ble palnco today tollY the
foreign torln imnliter M 1
Ilnllter Delcasse D8Ica 3I an announeed announc mintnoummeed
nouneed nounc tlwt nil ul mandarins guilty Iuly of ofcrime orcrlme ofcrimes
crime at lt P iekin kln would be punished 1lnl8hQl
Two decree 1 r11 provided rtII11 for by b the ninth ninthaitlele ninthaltce ninthaittele
aitlele altce of the collective tolfrthe not hud 11d been besnptonulRated heenplonullltt1 beenpmonuigutted
ptonulRated plonullltt1 numen numlrtlng tlnB tlm tlE punish punishmcnts punishll I Ifliants
mcnts ll nt pronounced and ordering orterlng the theHUppwiHun theUPehll thesuilpcnamomm
HUppwiHun UPehll of examinations examlnltions In 11 the thepruMnces theprulIIeR thehmrucloces
pruMnces prulIIeR where the tlm antiforeign antto reign out outrages
I rages rge had occurred
OIRL 61 L WHO V O GAVE fA VB LMllAlT LIFE FOR SALT LAKE BOY BOYPrcmonilioii BOYPrcmonition BOYPrcnionitioii
Prcmonilioii of the Terrible TrajjcdyflHss Nollard Nolnrd Knew Abso Absolutely Absolutely AbsoItitely ¬
lutely That She Was 1is ns Going to be Killedller KilledllerLetter Kiledter KiledterLeter KilledherLetter
Letter Leter to o Harry larry Jones
I know lnow that I am al to o be b killed kiled by b llud ud
Taylor It I It I must come come 1 cannot ennot u 010110 010110I usopo usopoIt oftpo oftpoIt
Thoie 1hoo iioio words ispsatod Ifpetod at lt various varioustime vlrlous vlrlousllt varioustlnitma
llt time to her relatives and friends
relal0s lnt ox oxprosswl oxproasod oxirosstKl
prosswl the one ole thought that thlt occupied occupiedthis OcUplo
this mind of Iluth ollaid olhll and caused causedhar eKusedher causedher
her to prepare for or the fate that
tie thlt over overtook OtI OtItook overtook
took her when hen says the Kan Kansas as City Cly
Star she hc was IS shot to mm death on West WestNinth Wet WetInth VeatNintim
Ninth Inth street Saturday afUrnoon nttenoon by b bthe
the man lan whose whost love los phe Ihe had rejected jejectedHud rejectedBud mejectedhiiizl
Hud or John TrnIor Tuvlor u I former torner ball ballplayer bal ballplayer
player who did the shooting carried carriedout cnr ed edout
out to the smallest small CRt detail the purpogo purpogohe lUI81
he had made known to tin IP girl Sill when he hefinally heInall imeinalI
finally Inall realized realzed that she could never be behis liehl9 behis
his wife He Ie sold he would moo Into Intoher Intoher intoher
her neighborhood neigh borhool and dog her footsteps footstepsuntil tootstop footstepsuife
until Itll Jie jot a fllonccjtf 9 kljl henj r rhe
he ileolnre7sho declard J0 8M < I ShTJum y u tl pr i ufSfnT1 ufSfnT1wife
wife of
o another Ho prepjred to carry clrry
this threat Into Ilto execution execlton Wednesday Idn dny
afternoon neroon and timid rented n I room from flm momma John
Merkle llrkll at lt U04 HOl West tMt Nlnlli llth street Tim Ti
building Lulllng Is a twomory tWOlt r brick brltkitn structure structureon ct r ron
on the north side of the street stleet He Hewanted le lewal lievaimtei
wanted wal led o front loom lonm mind ant got 101 it It Then
he II watched wlirhed and waited wlletl IVI ited Miss Nollurd ollrd
melts Wil practically it prlranei In her
JHctcall I 11Ion par parents lIarnl parentn ¬
ents nl home hor at 911 91 Penn grtet sreel two
Mocks distant 118tlnt from t roam the place pllr where
Taylor kept Jils 1mm death vigil 1111 She Shl dared darednot
not 10t leave Ile the houso IWlm unless uecoinpanled uccoIanle
by her mother or one of her sisters
Taylor TaYlol had previously attempted to kill
Itemplf ki
Huth llth and alll every precaution rlcauton was WI taken
to protect her Her l1 father the onl only
man Iln In the family rlml is In II Vera era Cm Cril
Mexico MexicoMOTHHK MexicoMOTJilL Iexlcotlm
Kilduy Fmidu IIII afternoon IIrllOOn liuth and lieu htI moth mother 10th ¬ I
er walked down
the Ninth itwt hill
from rom Penn hi
Itln to Wanhlngton They Th y saw uv 11
Taylor approaehliiif Bruachll them th m on Washing ¬
ton street Itrlet They Th8 kept their eyes on
lilm Illn nnd uI11 Taylor Rylol lowersil lowertl his 1mm head headpulled held heldIlullcd lmeadlulled
pulled his hat down over hl hil his eye ey and andpawed IUII IUIIpU StilllmuIsei
pawed pU 1 on The Ihl mother and daughter lauglmterdid
did not nollose lose sight slfht of him until unti he dlsap dl II IIIJeluel I
peaied IJeluel from view vlp Taylor says M I he hail haila hat
a knife knle and intended Intenllf1 to kill 11 Miss 1 JCol 01
lard lar then thei but elmngid ehalHlt hiM mind mindcause he heCIII hecause >
cause CIII her mother rothlr was with Ilh her
Sill Si he bided Ildet his hil time Yeoterday Y terlay af t ¬
ternoon ho saw Huth ulh and nd her hlr nixtwii nixtwiiyearold sixte44uiyearold iJtln iJtlnparold
yearold sister l ler Louise
Iouilc walking walklnJ east eat on
Ninth Inth street and he took tok up U his position Otllnn
In the window of his room The girls girlswalked glrlHwalkcd ginswalked
walked on until untl they tho were directly direIl op opposite opposlQ ¬
posite poslQ the window They Thr were on the theopposite theopolt timeopposite
opposite opolt side sid of the street hut he did didnot 111 111not miiilnot
not lire tre then The younger ulster Iltrr was wason WIISon wason
on the side nearest him and obstructed obstructedhis oh truetd truetdhi
his hi aim The he window wlndol where Taylor sat satwith It Itwih
with wih a 44callbre H nllbrp Marlin llrln rifle rle tm Ills hl
knee wag flS In the tw lie second story stor nail wa wathe wulie u uthe
the lie third from the thi wpsI west eht pm end ml of the
building buldln He Il hI waited until untI the III girls Jirl had hadpased hadpaed lmadpaSei
pased on until unti tlioy 11 tiie had reached IRd1 th thearner thcorner the thecorner >
corner of o the alley altv known as I lUnk lUnkstreet nanklrtl hismikstreet
street lrtl Ituths back was IM ri n now w fully rul Suit ex exposed IX IXpOIfd axposed
posed to him H le lie took deliberate delNa te aim aimand aimnn attnand
and nn fired trft three thr shotn In rapid flI1 nwreii nwreiislon Iueeapsian llpi
slon Tho young OUI Woman ar reamed Ilr6ml1 and In 1 1Il
fell Il pierced by h two of the bullets bulets Th Thyounger T Touner The Theyoummer
younger sister Ilster bent Ilnt over hot h and an a acrowd aluWtllllblfIUhJb ammnwtl
crowd luWtllllblfIUhJb nswmbleil quickly A thlrk thik eluud eluudof IIud IIudor
of blue smoke lokl floated note Kently Jnly under the thewindow theInllow theivlndow
window and IInl showed hoWN where heN the shot shotwere shotswere hollWlrf
were Wlrf fired Iret A mob mo gathered lathprMI and cried crieiifor criedfor rMl rMlror
for venjeunee lnlncf on th tb the tnurder lurdfrr r Th Thjxillee The Thehiee
jxillee 1 lre hiee arrived arrP drae dNIJCd 4raged rd Taylor Ttlor from trm coin uh uhd ul ufmdcc
d del dcc r n bed 1 where he hf liad llal concealed rnrflled him himself himselC imlmmmself ¬
self and 1111 foupht tol ht their way WR to the patrol patrolwagon rtrl rtrlagon patrolwagon
wagon which conveyed conIW Taylor TIlor to the thepolice thepolice thepolice
police station stationHEH Rtlton RtltonIEn stationBElt
The wounded woun < 1ld girl gasping and an barely barelyconscious bore boreconsclout barelyconscious
conscious consclout was n carried carrie to C 0 Youngs YoungsCJPAN Younls YounlsIA YntmngaiN
11110 lailmmto to ti Hot n 1 Oongre OIIJrrs Coimgresdommnl > < > lonal Illnl Loan LoanAVIII 1111 lonmiviIm
AVIII Wil Not tt ffeut Jcl II IIlUiffaln ithhiuffalo I
lUiffaln lutnlo March B Uoplylng GJepllng to nn In In Inquiry Inqumir ¬ I
quiry qUIf r gsrdlng rdlll 1m h ic u used al of o the th house Houwnf 10ul
nf it f itepresentatlveg 1l1fSenlllles to tt c incur fnur In II the theKetmtc th thjllte dieicmiate
Ketmtc jllte amendment nremhnent to the sundry In < y civil civilbill ri11hi civilhIll
bill hi grantlnc IralUI a loan 10n of 150 500000 to ih ihInnAmerican Ihe IhelnnAlerlrlln tl tlInn
InnAmerican lnnAlerlrlln Inn Amuierican exposition flllton William Wiiam I IIliirhanan I11llllIn 1hiuirimitnan
Iliirhanan 11llllIn director lrector g general enprl nrel of the thl ex exposition expn eXposition ¬
position pn lon said 111 today today that the result resultmild ytsilltusitmid ult
mild 10111 In no way 1 affect affCI 11cc the exposition expositionAll ullFllon
All 1 the principal expedition etlllllon bulMlnKit bulMlnKith hUtllufl
h hl he saul 911 are ar < practically mctlIRI complet CIWlplM < vl mind nndfor mindfor nd ndtor
for the most part pat mid Tlld for The Thl i fMII fMIIot penrie penrieof > e pl plof
of the thl hit State of New York York while 1hle not notrelishing no neCrriinhinmg
relishing nllhlng the tht discrimination dlfhnlnaIon mad madaKtilrwt ma maa mah5aatmazit
aKtilrwt a Ilt thl time be State are lre abundantly Aliundant able abletn ab abIn ableIn
In carry rf forward a work that will wi IKK IKKmly tot totIn imGtemmly
mly In bo highly creditable Iltllllile to the State Stateto Stit I
11 > < to tho United Unlttl States and to the thenew theIQ the110W
new IQ world worldKimitnNimu worMHU1m worldsUitullNl1311
KimitnNimu HU1m lm or l MOTHA MOTHAWar BOTI BOTIWlr ihtTiIWer
War Wlr Secretary flretnry litllnr Incllr lo II Sny SII miy miythutuij Any AnyIhliiK 1
IhliiK thil About holl hmouut tho Mailer MailerLondon MelterLondon IAllr IAllrIndon
London March llrch 5 5ln In the house hou8 of ofcommons otcommons ofcommnons
commons today ted the war secretary l rctl Mf MfBroderlck Mfhlroderlck It ItDrodelck
Broderlck Drodelck was asked nkcd if he h had I any an In InI
drug s shore ore nt Ninth and WaalilnRton WaalilnRtoni
e i 4 i11 Iller kiter rtlnov Imotd < l to anl h he her r hom hOlt Wlllington wheN
she died dlpilin
grat agony IIKIIY an al hour later
irom l rl mound alounl h her r nook 10lt h hir r sg Iste Ieter r out
I it sold oltloklt locket which 8h she Iwqudathed to
IRrr harry HrryJM Jon foriner b bell boy > at tho
lJel 10
Hotel 10tel Haltlmore lallnore to whom hol Miss lslolarl Nollnrd t
J f transferred her affoctlona attctlona Thin 1hl
letter leter tells tels the love Jov tory which had
11 a I tragic trlgtc ending It I reads readsDarling ral readsIariimm
Darling Darlnn Iariimm HanyI Inrl1 will wll writ this for
f Mini lll iui will wil take tlke m I mar life le without Wlhout u 1 e
mOIOII warning slid ld I want W ot you to
emembcr remelbel your our promise about my m dear
little ltle sister sI8t r And darling darlnl tie 1 a good oed boy bn
I tflt I drink any an for lr In years ye1s yni U
will 1 be soiry for It II See Feu that Lulu
Louise gals fPII nr n rings al except tha thl tii tiiRI
f RI I live U 11 It to Blanch Ilanch Well Wel darllns
I will wl say ay goodtye lor mime Ih Jut time orlt He
a goixl oud boy bo and dont drink an 1111
100d anl dlnk any are my 1
last withes Tell fel my IY frinils rl nilg nll fnoJby
and IIIts see that Hud Tud Is Ipunl punished hell for or ooll1 What hat
he done don If I am 11 ever tur klllwl klll you will
know who did wi
kno1 it It docdbye for the lust
ttmliYnultrUiI me meClTy h Vio Viol ii >
ClTy CI CIty CItyrime To Harry 3i w 11 mill JJulh strect l Sil ii1t Inko k kThe ° < I ICI
The letter letr was R written wrlttn with lh lewd pen en ¬
cil nn 01 In a Plngfe pllgfe liheet h ft of imper JJrpe unpe thre
I weeks njo lfO and the writing wrUIIg wai 111 alaiost IRI
obliterated On one aide 811 of time lie Inside Insideof tl lde ldeor
of the locket that con a ned the letter
there Is written writen ultli Ilh cnllnel Ink these the words wordsHarry worllsHam vonmlsBerry leter
Harry amid an Iluth luth lovers loverl ever eVfrUn everOn v r rOn
On the oitpoilt slits Ihle ig a photograph
of Hairy 11 JoiieH Ioles
The Hlaneh Inl1 referred rferred to In the th letter lette H I
Ml Miss it s Illanch 11alch lumens Ilrrl an Intlnmti Intmate friend friendof trltnd trltndor
of the Nollard Nolard gIrls The he family sent
rrl taml
word Immediately Ilnnlllntely to Harry larr ham Joins JOIU who I ho
Is II With wltl hi hIl hIs parents lartltH In Salt Like City Htyand Cityamid Ity Ityfnd
and fnd to the girls Irl father lther Jncuh IReol Xollurd
In Vera aro SM Cruz rims Taylor hart har told t hl olrml Harry arry
Jones Jolel to leave lelt the city do or he hI > would kill kit
him but the sisters of the th dead Je gin flrleeilre
declare eeilre that he went away 1a ana bwnuM b cou his hisrelatives hlBrelulv lilarelatives
relatives relulv cent for or him him8MOKMD himSIOml10ITY himSMOllfi
DAY DAYTaylor 1 lAYTaylor y yTIlur
Taylor Is 23 yuars Ytars old and had hld op
par IJlrent hmnrentiy ntly worked himself hlMtlf Into a t frenzy trenzyrterll
bordering rterll Insanity Inllllt over hit disappoint disappointment tlllllln tllllllnlent ¬
lent In love 10I The thought tholght that tuH lie liehad me mehail
had a rival was 1Q aggravated Ilgrantl by b the theKnowledge th thekmiouvledj
IUowlfre Knowledge that his hl failure talul to bat a adivorce 1 atimvorce
divorce IIrlo would WQull 1 he an obstacle obtcle to hH hHmarrifige hl1Ilarrlge lmi lmiumiarrmge
marrifige Ilarrlge to Hiilli nUll Xollard olar He Jl hI smoktxt smoktxtelgarettei sniohelrtgiutettoi moklt mokltrf
elgarettei rf ltel to the number Ilnblr of forty tort a ai aIlk aSKY
Ilk SKY i y He II used Iled mercury for epllepi tlIp It ItU Itli Itlb
U li said IIII and all bought ltu ht 20 2 cents centl worth yes yesterday f yesteruicy ¬
terday teNIa at the Plbpleg Ifplea drug drul store sort 1703til 170 1703 1203Umand
til Ullnd and avenue Thl h he sos he swal swallowed Iwnl11t1 swaleti
lowed 11t1 eti III a lump immediately Immclatb otter ntll the theshooting theshootllg timeslmootimmg
shooting shootllg but bu t It had not the lightest IJhtet IJhtett1 lightesteiffd
eiffd t1 em r ct on him himMUKDBIIBUS himlm imlnmMUItDEIIns j
Taylor In a I ntstm stAten1nt statenmint nt last night to tothe tothe tothe
the profecutlng 11roFecutl attorn attore y gave ga his vir virbion 1 i iaiomm
bion of a I itruggle Iru8gle at the Nolltrd ollar home homeW homeSundr
W Sunday Sundr morning January 6 when whenIt hen henIt r rit
It Is charged chlrletl he attempted aUemjt lto to kill ki Huth HuthHe Huthte if iffle
He te adti 111 111I ld ldI 1 1I
I felt pretty PNty for and an nd went to get getmy lCt et etrn
my 1 rn pk plture lure and took a I Pistol with Ih me meI
1 afterward Itirart threw thr the plitol away In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the alley aie Th The gins Irli mother would mIle not notlet 101 101let notlei
let me lee the gIrl and I ft It mad arm armJrrked sanjerked n
jerked rktd the Ib gun lUl out of my I pocket Jokt tie tiecaught i I a acmiugimt
caught hold nf fr the thl gun and ald cut bet brrliamJ ICr ICrIlant bethand
hand Ilant The plrl rl ran rn and I started Itlute after afterh afcr afcrhir afterhmCr
h hir r upstairs upltall Eight or ten people pplt got gotlold gt gttold got1eld
told of me and I shoved bot then then down downthe downthe own ownthe
the back steps I went wlnl to Qtifpcy QlfC and andwhen andwben it itwhen
when I came back I felt M I thoueti thou I Ins Ianted Iimeser
ns imeser er wanted to sw her again a I sine sineFebruary SlnrFCbruu i iFebrany
February FCbruu nth I have not Hl seen n br r to totalk totllk totsi
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