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THE DESERET ¼ EVENING VENING NEWS NEWS1iiUTii I
TRUTH AND ANDIMAKOU ANI rJrHlmT rJrHlmTYEAR U1IRTYSALTLMU
YEAR VE N IMAKOU A 1l 0 1901 SALT SAJ SALTLMU LAKE CITY UTAH iiiiiEo NUMJJER NU nEn 90
fJIJ PI I 1 J 1 L 11 = = = = =
WESTERN N TO BE BEIN BESOLD BESOLDIN3O
SOLD SOLDIN3O IN 30 DAYS DAYSjarfe DA YSa YSarty
Experts Representing QouldRocke QouldRockefullerHarriman Gould = Rocle Roclefeller RockefeIIerUan1unhI =
jarfe rty of
fullerHarriman feller = Harrirnan Interests is i Inspecting InspectingR lnsp cHng cHngR
R G W with that End in View
ITho News eW3 Eays to toM toTile toAY
I1TCb rch
Klrter KlrterI ner
I W AY of Interest Is i after afterWestern ufterIbe afterthe
AYibe comDluollY MJ °
Tile cornM Western Wcst rn r rullwny ll ay FQr Fcra FQrvetk
the Ria oraQd at esperta from tromXI
partY
a vert past a mnkln a thorough thoroughGrande thorough1n6j twroUg twroUgetofl
b1l h be been n
XI v Tok 0111 sl1tem and It prellcnt prellcntpans preefltare I
1n6j < etofl < tlon 01 o the out thc Rio Grande Grandeof Urandoctern
pans arc carried Crrt conlrol of the theGould thetl1 thetVIU
ctern tern will 1jI nat0 pASS Inlo headed by Gould GouldHarrlmar GouldRk GouldRI1efler
tl1 tVIU a 1113rnates within Urn UrnThe thDMI thethirty
Rk RI1efler reller an 1 Harrlmar financial man manect nIanilfllnl
The Thethe
thirty jayL ays and andtha undIf
MI ollhe the TOad hl18 h ect et a price
ilfllnl occepts 1M figllres the theell th thdeli
If tb t rrndlcAte ndICftt0 consu1111atcll consu1111atcllhleall
deli ell 1lll1e III be quickly the lslJectlon party partyirii is isu
tb hleall IeaLr r ot cnglneerlng ex exJ1 exttt
irii u o LJ IJI IU an eOl1llltroller ot the thD1r
StPph IPPhfl n utue memo memorollhe lnimjthe
ttt J1 Grande ronll Is 11
1r k IIIo lcClel1ent lcClel1entt tcCIemCntroIler
n
18J 3
rollhe jthe p3rtY ulIS l1 lL Chicago TrmInUt TrmInUtcotVY l rmlnnl rmlnnlflsr
roIler tlollcr 01 the
t
flsr r cornlany cotVYrGa4 for 17500000 000 of otbleb ofbch
1 flad 19 l lockN1 and 7500 7500I
10000000 ° Is l common oIfl ° flfl
bleb 1000 preferred Is sclllng sclllngIn
The 1I
ti I preferred at 93 cents and the com common om omInOfl
In the market 9 0 cenlsAHsum cenlsAHsumIng iflt9 t135ufl t135uflIii
mon a bldl n9 fl S7 to ot the stock will willecctpt vlIl vlIlacctpt
Iii nat th II th oner8 for both klnde klndeOillock klndof
share har
ecctpt n I cents nt per bought for
Oillock of stock the roatl ro3 can be
Alter Alterihe he amendment was read Mr Mrrelict MrelIe Ir Irelle
relict elle Iulo Inquired of Mr Platt PlattihaliT IJattbetlpr Piattbettir
ihaliT he expected to secure actjon actjonipon
tOn the amendment at the present ex exraordlaary exraordlnary cxraordlnary
raordlnary session sessionMr tflonMr esIonir
Mr ir Platt replied that lie did not de deIre deIe 1ere
Ire Ie to dlsfuis the proposed amend amendent
ent at t the time He wished to hive hivearontaent
arontaent referred r to the commit commiton
Ie on rule but he doubted very yer much muchflltr
flltr the committee on rules could couldottfto couldtllder couldtitter
titter n t i 10 fully as to enable the Sen Sens ¬
e U tile icllon upon It at this neg negn cesoa
Jon n He h had d felt he said that the theMeccjM theeMe theenaeogt
MeccjM eMe ocrht to change Its rules and he
pad aa ttwifht the proper time to Intro Introxt
xt i his propo PlQposltion ltlon flas ae at the begin I
ir Irr r ef f a t nell e session rson of Cutijrress
11 lie added that he would be glad to
tv am i MOD t ttj t1on upon the amendment at this thisin
s in n but t he did not suppose e It could
tai II lie deflred that the amendment
rtrtrrej to the committee on rules In
Jr r list Iballhe th the committee commit lee might have
rP Wuaitytoconslderltdurlns OtUoltYtOCOfltderit < irunlty toconld r It during the re reI reIbope
I hope hajje taU lld he In conclusion ronclu lon that thatA
1M l lair f amen ameadnient lfIent 1 to the rules may
A d deviled vlsj
by uhlcb whi there can be a
16000000 1GOOO 000 This Is at the rate ot 25000 25000a
a mile a mofcrato COlt taking Into Intoconsideration Intoconsideration intoconsideration
consideration the excellent condition of ofthe otthe ofthe
the property prop rty and endlLaearnlng Us earning capacity capacityThe
The above dispatch has been cumpt cumptrumor currtlltrumor currejtrumor
rumor for several days poat In Salt SaltLake SaltIalce BaitLake
Lake since the th mysterious special Ri > ccla train trainbearing trainberlng
bearing several gentlemen General CJcneraiSuperintendent GeneralSuperliltendent GeneracSuperiiit
Superintendent Superiiit ndent A E Welby Welb and Chief ChiefHnglnetr ChletEnglncer htet htetEngineer
Engineer raid lal d has been tfolng olnl over overevery OVereVery overeVery
every fpot lot o i the road ron < 1 owned l h by > j tho tim Illo IlloOrande JIIo1rlll1de Jib JibUraiide
Orande Western This nionAiB niJIJ motti l thb thbspecial thlspcclnl tlieepecial
special came into Salt Lake from Ogden Ogdenat Jj en enat
at about C oclock to slip out ut half an anhour unlour anhour
hour lour later In the direction ofPark City CityToday Citylodny CityTodaY
Today the patty hurt been Investigating Investigatingthoroughly InVHtlrl1tnthoroUHhl invostlntlngthoroughly
thoroughly the Park < City branch with withnil withnil withall
nil Its liniirovetnents arid arl Is expected expectedto
to letwn to C lovvn Into this afternoon afternoonAs afternoon2IICfltboflCIJ
As mentioned III the News bat laatnight IRstnlHht batnight
night Stephen St pMn Little left the special specialyesterday IIpedllslerdn apeclalyeeterda
yesterday slerdn and Id I now n w on o his way WL to toNew toNell 0 0Ness
New York going via Iu the Union Pa Paclflc IllclO Iaelite
elite clflcThc eliteThe
clOTheproje Thc Theproje projejtcd ted put IJIlIchBHO clinic of the Rio RioGrande nloGrallll fliaGrand
Grande Western by the GouldIlocko GouldIlockofdlerHarrlman GouldHockotcllerJJIITrhllifn GouldRochefcilerIIarriflIafl
fdlerHarrlman Interests will have the theeffect thedrecth theeffect
effect undoubtedly of the Burlington Uurllngtcmnnd
nnd drecth the t e Ban Fedrn Lou Angeles Salt SaltLake SnitLake BaitLake
Lake getting eftlnS logct together lor and Inl making their theirown theirown theirown
own trnfllo alliance alHancelt If It nan not been beenalready be beennlreaI n nnlreail
already done
H VICE PRESIDENT TDEO ROOSEVELT ROOSEVELTRaps ROOS YELl YELlRaps
Laos Raps Sharply Twice for or Order when Spontaneous SpontLl eous Applause Was WasS
S J Given Him on Entering Senate ChamberTells Ch8ntber tells Sergeantat SergeantatArms
Arms to Clear Galleries if Noise Continues
Wlllollon atngOfl arch sAgaln tMay tMay11m trilayhn
11m the Berate convened eOaYe the gftUerkj ga1erlc ga1erlcfre
le a majority of ofK orwhom Ofwhom
here fre packed with people reo
K were lsltore vtsttOreto lsltoreIto lsltONIto
days 5ay
whom horn a u on n went
The executive gallery WM WMablaze W Wablaze wa waablaze
Ito to the city
ablaze with Hue cold o1d cord and nd epaulet epaulettei
teL tt tht visitors being members memb rs of the theauSofdov thetaf thetaot
auSofdov taf taot ot 00 Tntescflllinolj TntescflllinoljPromptly Yates otIIIloob otIIIloobPtomptly otIIlfnOiLPromptly
Promptly at noon Vice Ice President Presidentfciwevelt PresIdentIYJlevelt PresidenteeYeit
fciwevelt IYJlevelt entered the chamber Aa s he heforward hetlJtd hetpei
tlJtd forward to his desk to call the theente themIl theeiate
mIl to oilr a burst of spontaneous spontaneouslius
i p1leee > lius ins tan through the galleries galleries11ilxrldcnt galleriesIIIrltffldent gallerieshiIthvldcat
11ilxrldcnt manifestation ot dlsap dlsapw dl djeaprIaL ap aprOa
rOa rIaL w At Jh YiCjj VI President 1esld nl el etz l z d W Wi his blsafl hisare
are i and rapped rap ed imarply twice tl ic lot lottier loter > i ier <
tier er Glancing tternty around troun the gal galrlei galrlea galcries
cries < ho saU and the words cut cutIhrough cuthloUih cuttrough
Ihrough trough th the chamber Ilka htk a knife It IfRhere Ithere Ithere
Rhere here Is any an disorder lis order the sergeantat sergeantathrms sergeantatrrns
hrms rrns Im ill clear the gaUtrles gaUtrlesIThe laU gaUerteaThe rles rlesThe
IThe The rhapliln In his invocation re reVerreil reerlell reerrcl
Verreil with deep pathos to the sorrow sorrowfthuh sorrowhl sorrowhh
fthuh hl hh h had fallen upon the junior sen senator sentor sentor ¬
ator tor fora t m Alabama 1 Mr lr IVttus and andblt IIndI
blt I vf > In the death of their only onl son sony
I y Mr 11 Flail Conn then called up the theirmnilment th thmndment thenuiment
irmnilment to the rules of which he heae heave heave
ave notice yesterday i relating to the themlfallon themllatton
limitation of debate
UfRBAOH SALE SALEDECLARED SALEDEGLAE ALEDfGlAREO
DECLARED VOID VOIDmorning VOIDi2ltRj
lelt i2ltRj R1l his
hi i morning rendered hU hUMatter hl
In
hI Matter of objection
the
tteitlcn ot the ERIe of the theFedcrlck
olJr tlret ot Fedcrlck H Auer Auerdry
h < < rat
the in Ih dry goods bualness bualnessBro
r Utrlnch erLae 8 Bro HIs honor honorhad
14
tUllh tat tt
Court had no nopropert jurisdiction
ct1er a lae si
01 the propert propertH III
rt r Itttnct > the
conseluently the
judge
no
maete3 lfd the
no former sa sale Ie void old and
erect
C IIle and refu refused ed to wnnrm wnnrmn
Ic to eltber It 0 WIIMn n wh whthe
or B II Auerba Auerbaeh
itr h the sur surWla
Partner who bl f1t first t
0 t 2100 2o something
and
after
JaoQI O5 bid learning what
t tAnt Wla raised his own to tothe toMt
Ant Mt i4
were
fUMI 1taed the reJected and the matte mattestay
I bttn tamp am although a no sale
attemHl
tld tt ant and the Mr Wilson ilson or
tttdltgs edIrg t toUrt len ofllered a stay ot
prlare das to tofile allow him
Hbrr Itn and file tlI
a bill Of ox CxY1s00
lr Y1s00 11801111al has
4rn rn17 then Judge De his
fal In1trur11unl 10
flerteet
rm
Judge nn
I 1Ia1ls
IIHanl decl810n
l1 L bat the
t + ralied lIuprelne Court
t the upon to Ionllder and
ltaltlf at IUue tIe
Vtordlrg tOrdfrg I the
rttC II g ou1d Ourts rUling thll
If to filM fld Up the letm that the onl only onlyIT
U tte btllr Isl1les fle
Interest
s
t1rl2g to3Unfr menUnd menti S ad Is i for thl thlt1rl2g th
lbp lip Ih e Jt uerbllch
Prms 10 tolbp
bU
try rnlt mttod od 01 bubne53 lnlss by the th or ortry orSty
lbs Ih ever elllnt the goods ant and
10 t1d1 j1
elt1C tatl eXtCutors
thllh ot
1111 ni
ftlbttel bttt to the nflerward be beftlbttel bebttt
l cth heIr
he In
tfllns accOrdance accOrdancel
ollbe the
othtr
ier will
the
Nft n beJon same nfo nfoothtr n
illt nil r Hall hCJenlng lnlt to the es esillt
oa al flpe hi iltbo l hlon
01 the upon uponoa
Refired rtsed Statutes
J Jal
reasonable not an unreasonable Urn limit Urnit Im ImIt ¬
it placed on debaTes debaTesMr
Mr Teller raid ho had no deme to toenter toenter toenter
enter objections to the refei wtclence nce of the theamendment thuamcndment thetnmendrnent
amendment to the committee e on rules rulesThat rulesfhat ruleshat
That hat was the proper propcrplcofor place placeThr for It lie In Inquired Inqulred inquired ¬
quired however whether there wad wa as any anyexpectation unyCXl1ectatlon anyexpectation
expectation on ontllQ the part of the majority majorityto
to do anything anythlngrrioro rrioro during the present presentsasslon prplentQ3slol1 presentsoaiou
sasslon than executive business businessPending huslneslIPcndln businessIendlng
Pending an answer to that luestlon rluestlonVice tiuestiOnVice luestlonVice
Vice President Iloosevelt announcod In Ina Inn Inft
a low lowbut but distinct t tone that the pro proposed flroposed proposed ¬
posed amendment would be referred In Inthe In1M intht
the absence of objection to the commit committee ¬
tee on rules rulesResponding rulcsd rulesResponding
d Responding to the Inquiry of Mr Tel Teller Tcller Telher ¬
ler Mr Hale Maine dlrclalmed any anyattempt anyatempt anyatteflipt
attempt to ti upealc for anybody but him jilmttti himIi hirnelt
ttti Ii elt ItbIIFIflIi bUt tld ild the extraordinary M Boston Bostonhad ReestQnlead 81Q11 81Q11had
had been called catledtor for the transaction transactiOnpurely tif tifpurely t tpUlely
purely executive business He IItdlil did not notsuppose notSUPP Itotuppse
suppose SUPP tIm Senate would be l > e kept 1 < cpt In Insession Ins Insession
session s > alon many days or be called upon to toconflder toconFl toronelder
conflder conFl er any other subjects than purely purelyexecutive purelyexecutle purelyexecutive
executive business businessMr
Mr Teller submitted some brief com comments comment cammenta ¬
ments upon the transaction of business businessnt
nt extraordinary sessions of the Senate Senateholding Senateholding i3enateholding
holding that t the body had a perfect perfectright pertectrlJlht perfectrIght
right In accordance with precedents prcctll nts to todo torlo
do anything It could do dr > In regular sea
Alon Alonlr Mr lr Platt speaking he said for him himpelf himelr hcieneelt
pelf only expressed the opinion that It Itwould Itwouhl Itwould
would not be who to enter upon the thetransaction thetransaction theetransaction
transaction of general legislative busi business busincS bustfle ¬
ness fle at this extraordinary session It Itwould Itould Itvould
would not be the part of wisdom to do domuch domuch doflitichi
much moro than executive business businessMr
Mr Morgan Ala urged ur cd that the therules thcrules therules
rules be observed and that the regular regularorder regulnrortler regularorler
order of business of the Senate as laid laiddown laiddown laiddOVfl
down In the rules be observed He had hadsubmitted hadsubmlttrd hadsubmitted
submitted a resolution re olutlon yesterday upon uponwhich Uponwhich UPOIwhich
which he desired d lred action and on oppor opportunity opJ1 opportunity < Jr JrtunltY ¬
tunity to submit Bomo remarks remarksThe remarksI remarksThe
The resolution to which he referred referredwan ret rrcil rrcila80no
I wan a80no one declaring the ClaytonBulwor ClaytonBulwortreaty
treaty abrogated abrogatedAfter nbro abrogatedAfter ated
After the routine of morning busi business buslne bualfleas ¬
ness ne a had been bcel1trllllsactell transacted Mr r Morgan Morganaddressed 1orllInaddrcssed Morganaddressed
addressed the Senate upon his hI resolu resolution resolutlon resoluInn ¬
tion tlonlie Inn
tionHe He said he would exclude from his hisargument hisnrument hisargument
argument any consideration of f the Pa Panama Panama Panama ¬
nama canal commission The only onlyprospect on onprospect onlyprospect I
prospect of the construction of the Nbc Nicaragua Nlcaf Nbcarngua ¬
aragua af lUtl canal now by the United States Statesrested StntlRrcsteilupon Btnteerested
rested rcsteilupon upon the protocols which had hadbeenentcred II1dbetnlcntcrell hadheenenteretl
beenentcred Into between this country countryand
and the governments of Nicaragua and andCosta nndCosta andCosta
Costa lllcn
which prescrlhes the method of closing closingout
out a decedents Interest In a partner partnership partnershIp partnership ¬
ship by the surviving lartner as out outlined outlined outlIned ¬
lined above abovelleforo IlboveJleforo
Before Judfco HAllJudge Hall HallJudge InlIJudg0
Judge Hall made orders In the th fol ¬
lowing estates this morning
Estate of James Park deceased
hearing on petition for family allow allowance allownllce allowniece
niece continued till Saturday March 9
Estate and guardianship of Morton
Lee Lewis a minor Eugene EU ene Lewis ap n11polntc appoInted ¬
pointed < guardian under bond of 2000
Estate of Kate K l Wilson deceased
hearing henrtn on petition for probate of will willcontinued willcontInued 11I 11Icontinued
continued till March 9 9Estate 9I 91tate
Estate I tnte and guardianship of Royal W Wand Wnnd Wand
and Leon JU Cutler minors sale of ofreal otreal ofreai
real estate confirmed confirmedEstate connrmedEstnte confirmedEstate
Estate of Mary A Corless deceased deceasedpetition decellBcdpetillon deceasedpetition
petition to amend arnenldeeree decree cree granted
LATE LATELOCALS LATELOCALSTho LOCALS LOCALSThe
Tho following couples have obtained < 1
manage licenses at the county count clerks
olllcc Samuel Schwendlmnn 26 and
Matilda Graham 20 of Teton Cltr
Fremont county Idaho Mel U I John ¬
son 28 8 acId all Caroline Parson 21 both ot
this city David Bseley 27 7 of Mont
peller Hear Lake county Idaho I ahoanil and
Laura Conrad AldrIch 2S of Atlantic
City Iowa and II H Carrlty 30 and
Mary L 1 Ayers 20 both b th of Salt Lake LakeS
S T nickels hall returned from Ola Olamondvllle DlamonllllIo Diamonilvihle
mondvllle where he c he has been tor gome
t time me looking after the bodies of the vie Ie
tlms Umsln In the coal mine disaster and nd pre ¬
paring them for burial He said today tOlla
that the accident was simply lmtJl terrible terribleand terriblean1 terribleand
and that great difficulty dlOl ulty has been en encountcrtd enCtunter encountered
countered d in the attempt to get At the
bodies of tho those e who ho met death He ac accompanied ACcompanied noempanietJ ¬
companied the searching party and was
nearly nearl overcome with lIh tho gases ascs from
thc mine Eight Finns were burled on
Monday and the others othlrllH 11 Italians ItalIansere
were ere burled at Hams Pork Fc > rk a place
three miles from Dlamondvllle yester ¬
day
Prom rom the best information that cnn
Uo obtained It Is thought that Ezra JL r
r Ceal > ti i formerly nn nnarchltcct architect of this
city clt but now In the computing de clpattment ¬
IP1 IP1In partment of f thc thoomce office of the aupervli super
In Ing architect In Washington D C will willIP1
M I i iGENERAL
GENERAL OHEISTIAN DE WET THE HEROIC BOER GUERRILLA WHO STILL DEFIES THE THEBRITISH THEDRITISH TH THBRITISH
BRITISH
n y yV yVhe
bcnDDolnted he ODolnted superintendent < nt of con constructlon < 0 0sructlonof or orsruction
structlon of the new federal te eral bultdln bultdlntohe bltldlntobe beildlngtoJe
tohe erected In this city Frank FrrmkJoox FrrmkJooxtIf Knox Knoxthe inoxtee
the tee disbursing agent o IJt the funds fo fofl for torbuilding forti
fl > building has received notlllcatloi notlllcatloifrom t1otllcatlonfrom notiilCationfrom
from the ofllce of the secretary s cretalot of th thtreasury the thetreusury thetreasury
treasury to the effect that 230030 o oth of ofthn
th 1 thn half million appropriated 1 will b bavfablo be beaable beac1able
avfablo Immediately Mr Knox Knoxthinks Knoxthinks Knoxthinks
thinks that work lll begin at once oncealthough oncenJIIloulh onceaitliouch
although he 1m received no ofllcial ad advUe ulIce advite
vUe Ice on this point pointMICHIGAN pointMIOiiiGAJ I
MICHIGAN 11 0 III G i DKMOOHVTS DKMOOHVTSStrong Ul IitOCIttTSStrong 100U TH THStron
Strong Stron Sentiment Betel uncut Against J lIltlRt Indorsing IOIlorslllJtJlrull Indorslng11r3lls IndorsingIlrjiui
Ilrjiui anil 10 1 U to It 1 1Grand tOrun IGrand
Grand < 1 Haplds Mich March 6 6The 6TheDemocratic 6TheDemocratic The TheDemociatlc
Democratic state Judicial convention conventionwas
was called to order by Secretary Chas ChasHampton Cha3Hnmpton ChitsHampton
Hampton of o the state central com committee commltt coinenlttee ¬
mittee mltt < c in the absence of Chairman D DM Dr 11M
M r Campau of Detroit who was too tooill
111 to be present Thero wag waIn waInstrong a yr yrstrong Pr Prstrong
strong sentiment among amon the delegates delegatesagainst delesalCagalnsl delegitteagainst
against endowing Bryan and 16 to 1 1SPANISH 1ftaifl
11 ftaifl ftaiflstlsh1 Jln JlnfH
SPANISH fH ISlI OIiAIMS OluI IS COMMISSION COMMISSIONExSenator COIlfIHSIONl COMMIBS1ONflxSenator
ExSenator l Chandler Is Selected to toAut toct toitct
Aut ct ns President PresidentWashington 11 ireeicbetWashington hlent hlentWashlnJton
Washington March 6 ExSenator 6ExSenltorWllllnlll 6ExSenatorWillIam ExSenatorWilliam
William E 1 Chandler of New ew Hamp Hampshire Hampahlre IlampshIre ¬
shire has been selected to be president presidentOf
Of the Spanish claims commission Jhe Jheother rheother ho hoother
other appointments will soon follow followand toll followand ow
and It Is Intended that the commission commissionshall
shall get to work as n soon obn o n as possibleIn possible
in view of o the vast amount of work workto wor worto
to be done doneU
U S COMJIKHCIAL COU mmclt JJ POLICY POLIOVronnncnt POLICYrOlllluent POIjICYCotnilient
ronnncnt oftlin or tho tiielletlli Hoilln National Lob Zoltttng Zeltun Lobtang
tttng tun on the I ho Same SameBerlin SllllleBerlin O4niiieI3crhin
Berlin March G GThe The National Zel Zeltune Zeltun Lottuner
tune tun commentlnc upon President PresldcntMc Me Ic
Klnleys Kln ys Inaugural address says saysThe saysThc saysTho
The United States future Is to be beseen beseen beCCCII
seen not In protectionism but In the thecommercial thecommcrclal thecommercial
commercial policy of the friends of oftreaties ottreaties oftreatIes
treaties We hope the coming policy of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the United States will be as successful successfulIn
In avoiding shoals as the Presidents Presidentsmessage lresidentllmessage lresldentsmessage
message Is IsPresidential Islrcsh1cntlal isPreiidcntlal
Presidential VomlnMlrms SOI1HlllltlonsWnshlnjton NonIntIonqWashlngon VomlnMlrmsWashlngon
Washlngon Jlnrch 6 6TM The President Presidenttoday Ireshlcnttoilay Iresidenttoday
today sent the following nominations to tothe tothC tothe
the Senate SenateHobert SenateHobert BenateRobert
Hobert S McCormick of Illinois to be boenvoy beenvoy beenvoy
envoy extraordinary and minister pln plnIpotentlary pl plqnipotentlitry n nIpotenthlry
Ipotentlary of a the United States Stilt to Aus AustrInHungary AuatrlalIungar AustriaIlungary
trInHungary Frank W Jackson Jack onof onofPcnllsylvanln of ofPennsylvania ofPennsylvanIa
Pennsylvania consul at Patrlaa PatrlaaGreece llllrlusOrcce latriasareece
Greece
Navy NaCnptA Capt A S Crownlnshleld to be bechief bechle bechief
chief of the th bureau of navigation with withthe withthe withthe
the rank of o rear admiral admiralCommanders a admIralCommanders mlrnl mlrnlCommanders
Commanders to be Captains CnlJtalnsCllap CnlJtalnsCllapman Cliap Cliapman
man CfTodd C Todd and nn Robert M Berry Uerr UerrIlelltennnt
Lieutenant Commanders to bo b Com Commanders CommnndeNlDanlel CornmandersDanici
manders mnndeNlDanlel Daniel D V Stuart and
Chad A Adams AdamsLieutenants AdornsLieutenants I IIleutcnants
Lieutenants to bo Lieutenant Com Commanders CornmandersWillIam ¬ I ImandersWlliinm
manders mandersWlliinm Wllllnm Hufli Harry Harr S
Knnpp and William L Hogcrs HogcrsLieutenants HugcrsIleutellnt EtigorsLIeutenants
Lieutenants junior grade to tobe be Lieu Lieutenants LieutennntsWilliam LieutenantsWIlliam ¬
tenants tennntsWilliam William N V Potvcllson and
William S Montgomery MontgomeryMr
Mr Rlchworth Nicholson of Califor California Call for fornba ¬
niB to be an assistant paymaster In the thenavy thonIlY thenavy
navy nIlY
Carnegie Steel St tce1Irnrei el Hlmrei Sold SoldPlttsburg SolllPlttsburS iohtlPittsburg
Plttsburg PH March 6 GThe The Die Dispatch DhItch Diepatch ¬
patch says today that two of the prin principal principal peltcipal ¬ I
cipal minority stockholdings In the Car Carnegie Carncgle Carnegie ¬
negie Steel company com pan amounting to toabout toabout toabout
about 3300 shares hove been 1 > een sold In Independently Inependcntly independtntly ¬
dependently to the Morgan Interests Interestson
on a cash basis b 818 TIle price paid It Is Ispnlcl IsFoltl isFetid
Fetid was 11 close to 41209 1200 a share nnl nnlthe and andthe andthe
the purchasers will take advantage of ofthe ofIh ofthe
the Ih combine offer to the Carnegie Carncsteshareholders Carnegtshareholders Carnegieshareholders
shareholders shareholdersFriends shareholdersFrlcnds shareholdersFrIends
Friends of II C Prick sly l J that they
do not belteve that he will 11 under Any Anycircumstances anyclrcum anycIrcumstances
circumstances clrcum tnncc take any office In the thenew thenf thenew
new nf corporation as his private affairs affairsare nffslrare
are now so extensive that all of hi hitlm hitime his histima
tlm time will lUbe t be > a required In Plttiburg IlttlburrJ
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SACRIFICE 8AQ IFIG OJy OJyIRELANDS Qi t tIRElANDSRICHTS <
IRELANDS IRElANDSRICHTS IRElANDSRICHTSParliaments RIGHTS RIGHTSParliaments RIGHTSParliaments
Parliaments Character and Privi Privileges Privileges Privileges ¬
leges Will Go Too TootSAYS TooSllYS Toop TooSAYS
p
SAYS FREEMANS FHEE JANS JOURNAL JOURNALfllr
Ilk nftUour I n I four iire > Notice 08 of n 1 Holloa Holloato
to Sniitoiid Ollendcri for Iteiiialu Iteiiialuilir
der of lie Srntorh
Dublin March March6Commcntlng 6 Commenting upon uponlast uponlast uponlast
last nights scene In the house of com commons commons cornmona
mons the Freemans Journal rejoices rejoicesthat rejoicesthat rejoIcesthat
that Ireland at Inst possesses a party
that will teach Westminster that If the therights therhhts therIghts
rights of Ireland aic to be sacrificed sacrificedtho
tho character and privileges of parlia parliament parllarnent ParilaIllent ¬
ment will accompany o ClJrnpan the sacrifice sacrificeThe BacrllteeTho
The Irish Times says av s Despairing of ofgetting o ogcltlng ofgetting
getting sulllclcnt sulficlentlHlllport support and mainten maintenance malntcnanco maintenanco ¬
anco In London from their own coun ¬
trymen tlioce pretending I > retenllln to represent
Ireland meditate a mendicant pilgrimage pilgrim pilgrimage ¬
age to the Land of the dollar1 nnd
fondly Imagine brutality will serve as asa asa asa
a a bold advertisement
PAINFUL SCENES PP LAST LASTNIGHT LASTNIallT LASTNIGHT
NIGHT NIGHTLondon NIallTIundon NIGHTLundon
London March 6The excitement oc occasioned occAlloned occastolled ¬
casioned by lat la t nights scenes In the
house of commons Is still very evident
and when the house met at noon today
In InYlew view of possible disturbances the
whole police force on duty at St
Stephens had been mobilized and rein ¬
forced by reserves
Mr John Itedmond speedily rose and
raised n itcstlon of o privilege arising
from the painful scenes of lust night
Ho claimed that members had been sus suspcnded
pended without piopcr stcpn being talc talcen tnken talcen
en to Identify them
and that their re reo reomovnl ¬
moval had been accompanied by undue
violence He was sitlsflcd ho said
lint members were suspended sUBl > endol1 who had
actually gone to the lobby to partici ¬
pate In the division dIvisionThe llslonTho
The speaker In reporting pointed out
lint Mr Ir Iledmond vas wa not raising a aquestion 11question aquestion
question of privilege but a point of or
der If he was properly Informed of
any wrongful suspensions ho th the
speaker would be glad to take steps
to rectify recut them themMr themMr themMr
Mr Ilodinotnl H dmonf tried to move an nd nc
ournment and nlH appealed to Mr Bal
our U ur to give the members an opportunl O
U Y cur discussion discussionMr UiscuulonIr
Mr Ir HnJfour remarking that he pre
umed fluf1ledlt It wns I1S desired to Institute means
for or preventing a recurrence of the
scenes lcene of last night promise to con
alder whAt opportunity for discussion
could be given givenThe givenThe Icn IcnThe
The subject was then th n dropped I I
Messrs Jordan McCJovern 1IcGoernllnd and Done i
Ian n are the member and It Is claimed
WEre wrongfully suspended nufpcndodU
It Is understood that Mr IJnlfour
proposes to alter th the haute of commons
rule uie relating to suspensions su pen810l18 making th the
P punishment l hrntnt o sevre as to make a rep
etl etltlon Ion of last nights molt npalnn th the
authority of the chair eh lr unlikely unllkcl
Mr Balfour subsequently gave notice
of a motion to be made tomorrow to
lupend such offenders hereafter for
the he remainder of the session icsslonGerman ICIonGerl1la sessionGcrniesn
German l Loan onv OtTfrrd r l I PUttf PUttfConstantinople lurtConstantinople iift iiftConstantinople < >
Constantinople March C CIt It U tat tated tntere tatcebere
ed cebere Jiere ere that an Important German syn
dllate Icat hat offered th the porte alotn a loan of
y y
3000000 pounds Turkish to be guaran guaranteed gunranteed unrnnteed ¬
teed by y the proceeds of a 6 per cent centsurtax centsurtlUc centsUrtltc
surtax on m the lIe taxes ct f the empire And Anda AnilU2 nod2vnr
U2 a 2 2vnr pir Cfnt t aurtax aurtazaainlandqJtstorn aurtazaainlandqJtstornduties ailnlandciistpinj ailnlandciistpinjduties cnItlan cllt 1m 1mduties
duties dutiesThe dutiesThe dutiesThe
The loan Is conditional upon future futureorders futurDorders futureorders
orders for arms and ammunition amm nltlon to be begiven behen begiven
given hen to German firms tlrmsXevv IIrmlSew firmsNew
Sew HpanlNli h Cabinet CabinetMadrid CnllnetMildrid CabInetMculrld
Madrid March 6 GThe The new Spanish Spanishcabinet 8111101shcnblnet Spanishcabinet
cabinet Is constituted as follows followsPremier followsPremlclScrwr followsPremierSenor
Premier PremlclScrwr Stnor Sajajta SajajtaMinister SaZlUtnMinister SaiutaMinister
Minister of foreign Affairs AffaIrsDuke AffaIrsDukeAlmod AffairsDukeAlmodovar Duke DukeAlmodovar
Almodovar Almod vur de Itlo ItloMinister III JibMinister 0 0MlnI8t
Minister ro of Finance I lnanceScnor Senor Urzalz UrzalzMinister UrznlzMlnlstcr UrzaizMinister
Minister of War WnrOencral General Weyler WeylerMinister WelerUnlsler eyler eylerMinister
Minister of the Interior InlerlolSenor Senor Morot MorotMinister MoratMltllslel torotMinIster
Minister of Marine MarineDuke InrlneD Duke kp of Vera Verngua Veragun ura uraGua
gua guaMinister Minister of Public WorksSenor VII VIIlatneva VIIlatneva 1 1lalncn
latneva latnevaMinister lalncnMlnillter latnevaMinister
Minister of Public Instruction InstructionSenor InstrtlctlonScnor InstructionSenor
Senor Itomanones ItomanonesThe
The portfolio of the minister of Jus Justice JUstlce justice ¬
tice has not yet been allotted allottedHilvvln DllottedEliwln allottedEtltsIie
Hilvvln F Vial Critically III
Grand Haplds < Mich March 6Ed 6Edwin GEdIn 6Edwin
win In F Uhl assistant secretary of state statefor tltatefor tate tatefor
for a time during Clevelands second secondadministration secondadmlnl secondadmintatratbon
administration admlnl tTltlon afterwards U S am amb lunhuoAdor am amhndnr
b huoAdor dor to Germany Germal1lscrltlcnl1I1 Germal1lscrltlcnl1I1Ilt Is critically Ill 111at Illat
at his home In this city cityOALLAHAN C CityOAIIsAILtN t tOI11IiJIN
OALLAHAN AVAIVKS W sivif3 1IS HliAHINO HliAHINOAlleged JllMnt I1ItItliAlleged J JAl1e
Alleged Al1e f Kidnapper of Young nulIA omeie Ciidahy CiidahyHclill CIIlahrIIcllllll CutialeyheIdi
Hclill n 7000 Bonds IlorulsOmaha Uom8Omaha BondsOmaha
Omaha Neb March G 6Jlmes James Calla Callahnn Ct1l1nhun Celialuen
hun one of the alleged kidnappers of ofEdward ofI ofEthtard
Edward I Cudah Cu ah > today waived prelim prelhnInary prelirnInary ¬
inary hearing nnd nnl was held to the ills illstilct dls1lct ribsteict
tilct court In 7000 bond He was rep represented rcprelcnted represented ¬
resented by two twolt1ornes attorneys who ho asked askedihnt askellha nakedthat
that ha t the bond be b llxed at t a smaller smalleramount smalleramount smalleramount
amount In order to enable Callahan to tosecure tosecure tosecure
secure his freedom unit arrange for wit witnesses ivitnesses Vltnesse
nesses which ho could not procure were wereho Werehe cerehe I
he to remain In Jail When the bond bondwas bondwas bondwas
was fixed by the court Callnhan said he hethought hethoultht hethought
thought It was excessive and an effort effortwas cctortwas effortwas
was being beln made to convict him whether whetherguilty whetherguIlty
guilty or not The court however de declined decllned dedined ¬
dined to reduce the amount and Calla Callainn Callahan Cailahan
han was U8 remanded to jail
GRAND AMERICAN AMERICANLIVE AMERICANLIVE
LIVE BIRD SHOOT SHOOTNew
New York March OWlth a total of ofmore otmore ofmore
more than 200 entries received up to todate todate todate
date the ninth Grand American Live LiveJlnl LiveBIrd IAeBIrdhandlcap
BIrd BIrdhandlcap handicap promises to greatly excel excelany e excelany cel celany
any of It Its predecessors A full week weekof
of shooting In scheduled by the mana managers managcrs managers ¬
gers beginning April J1rll 1 and a varied variedcard vnrledcard varIedcard
card Is offered Interstate Park ParkQueens ParkQueens larkQueens
Queens L 1 has long been chosen for forha torthn forthee
ha blue ribbon of trap shooting events eventsand enlllAntI eventsand
and the days contest are to begin at
9 oclock oclockIn
In addition to first money rnon y CK to the thehluh thehl11 thehlgie
hluh gun the Grand American winner
vlll ili recflvii r clh a sliver trophy The sec secnd 8CColld second
olld nd high gun vlll receive 500 and the thebird thethird tilethIrd
third high gun HOO 100 For l or every ten en enrles entrlesovtor fl fltries
tries trlesovtor over sUtythree places are created createdn
In n the tell division of the money so If there therehotild thereI thereshould
should be ZCO 00 entries all the money In Inhe inthe
the puree In excess of the 11500 U oo will willbe vIltbe 111
be divided ty tho high Kyns from the theourth thetourlh thefourth
fourth to the sixtythird Inclusive InclusiveThe Jnclu he heTho
The weeks sport will begin at the In Inerstatft Inter Interstate
erstatft ter tat Park with an Introductory Introductoryweep
weep at SO 0 yards nrds thirty thlrt yards nrds rise The Theccond Thesccond Thesecond
second event will be the Borough of oflucens orQuecn ofQueen
Queen sweep stakes ttt twelve live liveIrds livebirds livebirds
birds birds thirty yards ards rise riseThe riseThe riseThe
The aillmanliarnen International Internationalrophy Int internationaltroPhY rnatlonal rnatlonaltroJ1h
troPhY twentyflvo live birds handi handicaps IlnndlClIP Imandlcaps ¬
caps from twentyfive twenty five to thlrtythree thlrtythreeanl
> anl cluB shooting to govern will wille willbe willbe
be > e placed In competition on the con concluding concludlnlt coreeluding ¬
eluding day da This trophy must be won wonthree wonthree on onthree
three times by b one contestant to be become become become ¬
come the property of the n winner Lat Latjfars Lntyur Lastyears
years Grand American handicap win winner winner winncr ¬
ner Mr Ir H D Dates bal cored two twowins towins twowins
wins for the prize
iLIdtJffAi iLIdtJffAiCOLLECE8TUDENT8 POLICE POLICECOLLEGE ATTACK ATTACKCOLLECE
COLLEGE COLLECE8TUDENT8 COLLECE8TUDENT8A SI SIA STUDENTS STUDENTSI
I A Thousand Tholls and or More Were Celebrating in St StPetersburg StPetelsbu S SPeteisbu
Petersburg Petelsbu rg the Fortieth Anniversary Anniversaryof
of the Emancipation of Serfs
St Petersburg > etcrsbur March 4 Monday MondayToday MondayTolin MondayTodny
Today Tolin was the fortieth anniversary annlcr nry of ofthu ottim oftiu
tim cnmnclinitlon of the serfs The stu students studellta atudents ¬
dents had been planning for some time timeto
to Keep the day as a holiday and per perImps perhalJS ierleaps
Imps make some demonutratlon but no noparticular 110particular riolmarticubar
particular plaits were made At noon noonona noononu
ona thousand mala and Ulle female students studentsgathered 8tudcntaJrathered studcntgathered
gathered In and nil around the Kaean ca cathedral cnthcllrnl enthicdreti ¬
thedral oct the NcvBky prospect where wheremass wheremass wheremaso
mass for the repose of the Haul of Czar CzarAlexander CzarAlexan CzarMexernder
Alexander Alexan er II was being celebrated ccle1 > rated Af After AttCI Aftee ¬
tee the masa the students began sins sinsI singIng sluglOg
lOg I UK and tho police poll co gathered < 1 In Treat greatntetllbCret Treatnumbers rcutnUlI1tr
numbers Tho students were surround surrounded ¬
ed and driven In a crowd toward t Inr the thecity thecity theecity
city hall not far away and anllalao also on the theNevslcy theNevsle theNevalcy
Nevslcy prospects For 1 lr no special r rca rcason < u uton a alion
ton the police began be nn beating the thostu thostud stu students students ¬
dents d nta and trampling them under the thefeet thefcot theefeet
feet of their horses The Novsky pros prospect prospect prosliect ¬
pect was filled with spectators Thebanks The Fliebanks hD hDJanIe
banks JanIe and business houses vveio ero nearly nearlyall
all closed with shutters fastened and anddoors anddoors
doors locked The spectators and the thowomen thuWOIJIln thewomen
women students screamed II with horror honorbut horrorbut horrorbut I
but the police poll CD kept up their attack on onthe ontho onthe
the Btudents until 400 of the latter were weredriven werodriven yerodriven
driven Into the court yard of the city cityhall cityhnll cityhail
hall the others escaping Into the crowd crowdThe crowdrhe crowdThe
The entire city was horrified by b the theconduct thDcontluct tImeconduCt
conduct of the police policeThe IollccThe imohlceThe
The police were warned before hctorehlllHl hctorehlllHland hand handand heatedand
and twentyfive delegates delegn tell from the
RAILROAD BILL BILLPASSES BilLPASSES BILLPASSES
PASSES THE HOUSEImmediately HOUSE HOUSEIrpmcdlatcly HOUSEIIrpmedlately
Immediately after thee opening of the theHouse theHouse timehouse
House this morning Mr Holmgren Holmgrenmoved Holmgrenmoed Jlolmgrenmoved
moved that consideration of o his Irri Irrigation Irrlgatlon irrigatbon ¬
gation bill be taken up It was made madea
a special order for 230 oclock this at afternoon atternoon atterneon ¬
ternoon ternoonA ternoonlletltlon
A petition from 530 taxpayers for the thepassage thet1ltisne thepumsage
passage of 0 Wells bill to 0 raise the school schootax Hehooltax schooltax
tax from fr Jll1 6H 6 mills to 7 mills was read readHouse real1110usD readhouse
House bill No lOt was ordered reject rejected ¬
ed et under suspension of the rules as asbeing a8beln asbeing
being beln practically a 1 duplicate of No 1S1 1S1relating 151relating iSirelating
relating to the dutlfn and appointment uppolntmenof
of county boards boanlsor of examiners eX lI1lners and the theIssuing thDIssuing theissuing
Issuing of teachers certificates certificatesTanner certlficlltclITanners certIficatesTanners
Tanners Senate bill No 100 for the thecodification thecol110cntlon thecodIfication
codification of Inw aw lglwCr1ll1urollroqtl lglwCr1ll1urollroqtli gcnetnlng railroad railroadcompiiJieHva raIlroadtOui1piiIe1e41ct
i compiiJieHva OI11 Pllt 1 1lttt thenaaluvKp hen 1ft taktttti It4 tlln Jol ir I r r4y AJjj 41 41dcreol
dereon explained that there tMrevere were ni nichanges no nochanles nocleariges
changes In the bill from rorn bills that had hncalready hadnlrend hadalready
already nlrend bc been n passed IJI s d It was simply to tomake 10IUAk toniak
make reference to railroad laws easier easierliy fnslprllY caslerby
liy having them all under one head headTho headlho lecadThio
Tho bill was then put on final passage passageand passaseanti passageand
and passed unanimously unanimouslyJ
py 33 J special consent cnnl > ent the vote ote on N L LMorris L10rrI8 I IMorris
Morris bill which was OS rejected yester yesterday > ester esterday esterdo
day do afternoon was then reconsidered reconsideredand
and was aa finally killed The bill deals dealswith denlswllh daisvlthi
with the question whether the county countyclerk coulltyclerk countyclerk
clerk shall have the say 80 about what whatnewsuipera whntnew81apers shntnewsinpers
newsuipera legal notices shall bo pub published pubIIshed pubhbslierl ¬
lished In The vote was so 10 overwhelm overwhelmIngly oerh oerwIesbmnbigly lIn lInhJlyoalnst
bigly hJlyoalnst against the bill that Mr Ir Morris Morrisasked Mnrrlsaskld Morrisasked
asked that his vote ote be cluing J to to1I0 to1I0The no noThe noThe
The special order of If the morning Mr MrWells lr lrWells IrWeila
Wells bill No 1C 16i calling for an In Ineicaso Increase Ineienso
crease In the tax levy from 6 to 7 7mills 7mills 7mills
mills for icliff of the jidiools rhoo was as then thentaken thclItalcpn thentaken
taken up Mr Stuart Stunrtun and Mr Harmon Harmoncnllcl lIurmoncnllell harmoncalled
called for tiontnonpinent tlo of rnnslilera
lion of the theiilil bill The latter maintained maintainedthat
that the Inciease would wnuheieffect effect e < < eet Bait Baltlale Baltlalecounl Lake Lakecounty Lakecounty
county counl Messrs Van Homo and Axton Axtontook 4txtontook Axtontook
took a strong fiton stand to the contrary contrarythat conlrarthat contrarythat
that the bill 1 > 111 would only affect Salt Lake LakeCity IukoCity LakeCity
City A gdnoinl row was precipitated precipitatedand
and halt a 1 drjscn members Insisted on ontalking onInlklng ontalking
talking at once The speaker had to torap torap torap
rap for order or cr again and again before beforeMr b be1orMr fortJ fortJIr
Mr Ir Axton who had the floor could be beheard heh beheard
heard h Arl1 That gentleman maintained that thatthe thinthe t tthe
the opposition to nIl bill blllw was s for the theobject theobject theeobject
object of making Democratic thunder thunderto
to be used In the next campaign campaignMr
Mr Langton said that tho question questionhad
had been gone Into very vel thoroughly and andthat nndthat andthat
that the board of education had hnllIo no Idea Ideaof tllCIIf Ideaof
of < > f taking talelll advantage of the schools of oftho orthe otthio
the county There would be no objec objection obJectlon objectirni ¬
tion on account of o this tax which was wasonly wasonly
only 0111 an emergency measure and would wouldnot woutdnot wouldnot
not be enforced unless absolutely absolutelynecessary absQIUlelyI absolutelynecessary
necessary Mo to a 11 tax of 4 mills for the thecounty thecounty thecounty
county as Incorporated In n a bill be before before before ¬
fore the Senate to amend the State Con Constitution ConnUtutlon Conntitutbon ¬
stitution stitutionMr
Mr Ir Smith objected to postponement postponementHe
He said a bill Senate bill No 100 had hadpassed hnllIJIlssei hadIasBeI I
passed this morning of which It was wasstated wasstated wasstated
stated that It did ld not change the ox oxIstlnc IXIstlng oxisting
Istlnc railroad laws It did change
them but he did not object to It on that thataccount th thataccount t
account accountAfter accountAfter accountAfter I
After over half an hour wasted In de deciding decldlng tieciding ¬
ciding whether or not the bill should K Kover 10 10over goOver < >
over It was finally finnll ordered to bt b read readand leadand readand
and acted on While amendments to the thebill
bill were being prepared petitions were werehnndeil wethandcll werehanded
handed In bearing the th signatures of ofover oroer ofover
over 1000 taxpayers of Salt Lake City Citypraylnc CII CIIpflllng Citypraying
praylnc for tho passage t bt > f tho bill billMr billMr billMr
Mr Wells Veih explained expl lncd that even should shouldthe shoulilIhe shouldthee
the Senate bill pass authorizing the thecounty Ihecount theecoutlty
county count tax of 4 mills the th county would lIould lIouldnot wouldnot ouldnot
not enforce It and that there wns iis on onthis onthis onthis
this account moro urgency ur cnry for or tIme pas passage pussage S SRage ¬
sage of this bill No amendments of ofany otnny ofany
any moment were offered and the roll rollwas rollwns rollWas
was then called on the passage Pa llg of the thebill Ihebill thebill
bill Mr Ir Harmon at bin hl own request requestwas rNlulstwas requestwas
was excused from voting Mr helm Holmgren 1101111gren helmgren ¬
gren lielng undecided un < 1cclMd was nll persuaded to tovote toote tovote
vote aye The bill passed by b a vote voteof otoof oteot
of 27 to C
House bill No ISC by Stuart a sub substitute IIlIbstltutc substitute ¬
stitute for House bill 17 was next on onthe onthe onthe
the calendar Tho bill relates to flllns flllnsaffidavit Olinaffidalt filingaffidavit
affidavit of work done and organizing organizingmlnjnc organizingmll1ln organizingmlqing
mlnjnc districts cll trlcts It allows one year yearInstead yearInstead ear earInstcail
Instead of thirty thlrt days for recording recordingwork reeordlnwork recordIngork
work ork done on mining claims It passed passedunanimously In paedunanimously sftl sftlunanlmou
unanimously unanimouslyThe unanlmou l lThe
The next bill was House bill No o 16 176by 16by 16by
by Smith by request relating to the tholien thelien thelien
lien of taxes assessed aSfle sed on real property propertyand I1ropCrtAnd
and Improvements thereon making makingevery mtklneery maid ng ngevery
every tax a 1 lien against tho property propertyassessed 11roprrtaSflellsed 7mropertassessed
assessed It passed with one negative negativevote nt negativevote thc thcyote
vote yoteSmiths voteSmiths i iSmiths
Smiths No 145 was I1S next The bill Is Isfor Istor isfor
for the purpose tJurpo e of amending amend In the stat statutes stntutes statutes ¬
utes concerning the equalization of ofspecial ofsptdal ofspecial
special As assessments In cities The Thespecial ThelI Thespecial
special lI > tclal taxes arc to bo h for sidewalk sidewalkFewer IIhlewnlktlIeleflll sidewalksfeters
Fewer ana so G forth The bill fixes the thetime thlthn thetime
time for the meeting mcetln of the board of ofequalisation ofel1ullIl1tlon ofequailsation
equalisation so I that the member m mbeTl shall shallmeet shallmect shaltmeet
meet with city councils Mr Ir Smtih ex explained rxlnlned explalned ¬
plained lnlned that the provision for meetings meetingsas meltln s sAS
as arranged for In the existing cxllltn law lawvn IIlIwal lawvI
wal vn Impracticable lmprllct able An n amendment was
various Bt Petersburg higher tdura ura
tlonal tlonullnstltutlontJ Institutions were arrested Friday
affairs acralrHIt night for meeting to consider student studentIt
It Isjeariied Is learned that Prof p N Meluk
off the celebrated celebru tell historian and au ¬
thor of u e I three volume oiumn History of Uus
Man Literature and of A History IIIstor of
the Period < 1 of Peter the Great and nn < 1 edl
tor of the Itusslan HlIs lnn edition of the Per
Vlun Inan cyclopedia was taken Into CUH
tody February It bruary 11 11or for participation In
a conference between liberal citizens
and 150 students called to consider mat ¬
ters relating to student life and start
a petition to the czar The manuscript
of this petition was as found In Prof
Molukoffs MlUk ft house houseProf houseProto houseProf
Prof Melukoff was dismissed several corllear
years ear ago from Moscow university for
Ilbciallsm He was afterward professor prOell or
of worlds history at Sofia Keccjitly
he returned to St Petersburg
blxtyone new arrests were recently
made at Kclff The government has de decided dechlcl1 necldcd ¬
cided not to make a political affair of
the attempt made February I < 27 by Pc ¬
ter Karpolch upon the life of o the min ¬
later I ter of public Instruction M f Bogollep
off when Kaipovlch shot the minister
through the neck while the latter was wasreceiving WI1Irecehln wasreceiving
receiving recehln petitions at the ministry of ofpublic ofIJUblln ofliubiI
public Instruction Karoovlch who hA was
formerly t a student at Dorpat univer university un1crHit ¬
sity Hit will be tried Mrach 20 0 by b a court courtrepresenting courtrcprr courtrepresenting
representing rcprr cntlnlr all clauses of citizens The Thepenalty Thopenalt Theepenalty
penalty for his hi qrltne win not notexcceil exceed
flfteo nyears Imprisonment
added to tho thQblll bill to tho effect that In Incities Incities incities
cities where there were no newspapers newspapersnotice newBJJUJlCrSnotice newspapersnotIce
notice of the meetings should be posted
fop t ° r at least fifteen days In three public publicplaces publIcplaces
places The bill was passed after
which a recess was w s taken till 2 oclock 2oclockAFTERNOON oclockAFTERNOON ochockAFTERNOON
AFTERNOON SESSION SESSIONThe
The first bill on the calendar that was wasconsidered w Wasconsidered s sconsldred
considered this afternoon was Smiths
bill No to 0 to fix the compensation
for attorneys who are appointed by bythe bythecourt the thecourt thecourt 4
court to dufend pauper criminals Mr
Hewlett moved 1I10C that the compensation l1 l1for
for attorneys be cut In two wo and Ibis Jolzlclrner
helmer moved that these amounts bo bodoubled bDdoubled bedoubled
doubled Both amendments lost Tho
Judiciary committees amendments amendmentslimiting nmendmenlaIIrnlllng nmnondomentslImIting
limiting the period of compensation In Inmurder Inmurder inimiurder
murder trials to ten days and five IIDnys
days nys In other kinds of criminal trials trialsand trlCllsand trialsarid
and making tho State Instead of tho thocounty thocount theCounty
county liable for the expense oX pense were vtreadopted wcroadopted wereadopted
adopted Then Mr Hewlett moved to tokill tokill tokill
kill the bill Thu Ihomotlon motion was voted voteddown voteddowl1 voteddowem
down and the loll was 01 tiered called calledon cnlleon
on the final passage of the bill which whichpassed whichI whichIiaSsCit
passed I IISNI bv a vote ote of 27 to t 14 14The 14The 14The
The special order Holmgrens
Irrigation bill was as next In order Mr MrGardner MrClardner Ir Irlardnr
Gardner took the floor and said that thathad Ihlltl1Ud thathad
had he lice eloquence eloqt1 nc of Senator Carter Carterof eatt r rot
ot Jlllnola < l who WlQdllidWcullle lmdi cupleOUtluitroo5 th fQO fQOtor p
for thirteen hours he would link sk for fornothing tornothlnr tarnothing
nothing better than them to be able to tiilk tiilkand Ulknnd Itikand
and do for this bill as much as Senator SenatorCarter SenntorCarter SenatorCarter
Carter had done dfcnlhst the river and andharbor 01ll1hUrbor antiharbor
harbor bill He made an Impassioned Impassionedaddress inipassionednuidresea d dnrdrclll1
address on onthlJ the saving of 1 homeslends horn stead of ofUtah otUtah ofUtah
Utah which ho bellied this bill would svouldaccomplish wouldnccolfwllsh wouldnecOnhlillsh
accomplish He received re eled a round of ap applause applause apulauso ¬
plause at the conclusion of his speech speechMr
Mr Holmgren then started Into un unexplanation IInexplanntlon tenexplanation
explanation of o his voluminous medstire medstireMr r ic lure lureMr
Mr Harmon proposed that It be taken takenup tl1kenlip takenup
up by segtlons but the speaker ruled ruledIr ruledilr V VMr
Mr Ir Holmgren In order and he proceed proceeded
ed answering questions when asked askedMr uskedlr askedMr
Mr lr Page Insisted that Holmgren had hndexceeded hadtxcceted hadexeceded
exceeded his time limit and angrily ap appealed alpenll appealed ¬
pealed from tho decision of the chair chairAn chulrAn chairAn
An Interruption was here made for forthe fortho forthe
the signing of Senate bill No 100 the therailroad thernllroad thmerailroad
railroad law codification bill which has hasnow hasnow hasnow
now passed both houses
IN TIlE THHOfllco SESf SESfO SflNstTJOfilce
Ofllco O lCD of KtciioKrniihcr for I Jr Supremo SupremoConri SnpremeCOllrl SupremnoCourt
Court Created by II Legislature LegislatureAs
As the session of the Legislature Legislaturedraws Ieglslatureilrnws Legislaturedrnw
draws to a close the public Interest In Inthe Inthl inthe
the proceedings seems to Increase Per Perhaps Perhaps Perhiaps
haps however the chief cause for the thecrowd thecrowd thecrowd
crowd of spectators at this afternoons afternoonsfHslon nfternoonseHslon afternoonssession
session of the Senate was as the consld conslderntlon consldern comisidertmtboii
erntlon ern lion of President Evans 1 vnn9 bill No 49 49retatln 19FeIntIng < 9 9relating
relating to t adultery and prosecutions prosecutionsfor
for the same which came up as a spa spaclal SIJeclal apeclal
clal order or er at 3 oclock oclockThe ocloclcfhp oclocklhe
The first thing the Senate did was to topass topnss topass
pass Senate bill No o SO creating the theoffice theot11ce theolilco
office of stenographer r In the Supreme
Court at o salary of JtIOO S1 OO a year ear
Senator Kle Hleel el moved to reduce the thesalary the811ar thesalary
salary 811ar to J900 900 but Uwaslost UwaslostSMALh It t was lost 1091S3IUI lostSMALl
SMALl BLAZE TODAY TODAYAt I y yAt
At 1015 this morning the fire depart department depnrtment departmeat
ment had a run to 121 21 south West V st Tern Ternpie TernI Temnpie
pie where a small blaze broke out In Inhe Inthe inthe
the he basement of the Mine and Smelter Smeltersupply SmelterSupply SmelterSupply
supply companyu place Someone had hadeft hodlett hadleft
left a candle on some timber which whichslatted whichstaltell whichstarted
slatted the blaze The damage done doneamounts donDnmounts doneamounts
amounts to about > 20 Before the fire fireflRhtere firefighters tirefighters
fighters arrived the flames were estln estlngulfihed e extinguleheti = etlnClIlshed
gulfihed by b a bucket of water The Thecontents Theeontlnts Thecontents
contents of the building are insured for
65000 65000JA3mS 65000JA3IPS 5000JAJIKS
JAJIKS E WEMAHD DEAD DEADJames lJEUJlmes 1EDJames
James E Wellaid Weilamdan an old resident ot ottho orthe oftime
the Twentyfirst wnrd this city elt died dlodnt dfCl1nt diedat
nt his residence 2 3 M 1 street streetat
at 1 110 10 j II > m today tola Ho l was wasSO wasSO wasSo
SO years larS of age on December 1st 1stlast 1stInst hatinst
Inst and was well known and highly highlyrespected hllhlyrepectN1 highlyrespected
respected He was employed for many manyyears manyenrs enamlyyears
years enrs by b President BrlKham Young 1oun as asBardenor liSIfardenor asgardener
gardener and will wI he affectionately re retit rcmembered remnenebered
membered tit Ii nil who knew him Ho
leaves boavestbireechildren three tltrechlldreI children Hto to mourn his de demise demisI tieiiilse ¬
mise Jnmt Uellnnl now nowre residing hllll In InIdaho InIduho inIdaho
Idaho John Wellard Ellard and Mrs Irs Eliza W WStanley WSlanlc IVStanley
Stanley this city cityAnnouncement cllynnollncement citynnouncement
Announcement of the funeral will 11I bo bomade bomade bemade
made later laterFOUOKD lateroncaL1 laterFoIual
I
FOUOKD COLUT SEAL SEALgovernor J Jovernor 1 1overnor
governor overnor Wells flls today trxJa honored requi requisition requlsilion reqtcialtbon ¬
sition papers from the chief executive cxecuttrof
of 1 9 the Stato of California and l luutd luutdwarrant isu u d n nwarrant awarrant
warrant of arrest for Harry Vestwood WestwoodCooner SVestwoodCooper VestwoodCooper
Cooper alias Ernest i < rn81 Moor ChadwIcR ChadwIcRn hsdwte hsdwtep11
n 1111 Mpfionnld alias Humjihwy vrho vrhoIs Ihob
Is charged with lIh forgery In that State StateI StllteJhe Statelime
I lime he nectwary papers were turned jjvtr jjvtrto p vtir vtirto r rto
to Sheriff Edward I dwurllllyram llyram of Son Fran Francisco rnu rnucl rahicisco ¬
cisco cl co county who ho Is here for the pur purpose Jlur105e purPose ¬
pose of taking the prlsuner prlsL > ner book to the theSlate tooSIBtc lint lintSlate
Slate from which he has fled nl The Thefugitive Thefugitive Thefugitive
fugitive Is accused of forging a seal of orn ofp
n rflirt ° 111 of record ord to some document by bymeans blmMns bynieans
means of which he defrauded people of ofthat ottha ofthat
that State causliif CIIU5U them to believe the thedocument thedocument thedocument
document was genuine
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