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I THE DESERET EVENING NEWS NEWSTKUTII iJ iJTItUlII
TKUTII AND LIHKHTV LIHKHTVWEDNESDAY 1IIIIWlmlnnST LIflIRTYYEAB
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REBELS eEBELSSURREMDERT eEBELSSURREMDERTSWEARALLEG1ANCE SURRENDER SURRENDERSWEAR SURRENDERS
SWEARALLEG1ANCE SWEARALLEG1ANCEHundred SWEAR S ALLECIANCE ALLECIANCEHundred
Hundred and Fifteen Officers and 2257 2257Bolomen 2257Bolomen 2257Bolonien
Bolomen at Narvacan South llocos llocosQuentin lIocosQuentin IlocosQiientifl
Quentin Salas Lays Down His is Arms
ii April HOne hundred and andU nd ndftten 1 1IIlIten
Manl1 > U Ind 2257 bolomen have haveeurrende 1 1eurrendtred
IIlIten officerll alleghmce to the theUnlttd theUnt3
sworn
and
eurrendtred eurrende of ofThe ofSouth f
BtatcSllt tatC tLt Narvacan Narva en province proVflCCsouth
Unlttd Americans Lire Lirelive ac acthe I Ilive
The
1I0co I Icratlpg
South acccl accclinvestigation accelcrating
archipelago
live throughout ughoUt the th
surrenders surrendersThe
crating investigation Is I pro proimportant procreulnr procretflr
The he commissary
witnesses witnessescase
seerallmportant Several important
creulnr case have left Xlnnlla XlnnllaThomas in1Iaj3ary nnlll nnlllnary
Reed
In tM t Harris Fred Fredand Fredt rcd rcdtlacandry
Thomas
nary tlacandry DaldWln Ua d1Y and d H BchlndUr prominent prominentare prominentmerchants proinnentneTchantIhQ
t supposed to possess possessIntorrnaUfLOn po seBs seBsformtt8fl
who are
neTchantIhQ por porta
merchants concerning money paid to touwn tocommluiJJY tootnniIsary
IntorrnaUfLOn uwn ta
ore detained aa aacomml U9ltn g gttne83es
comml commluiJJY ary under olllcerll inMrs 2500 nb7 ball Other ar artrial IlrftI atret
ltn ttne83es 8I made The trial of Capt CaptJemfl CaptJme
ret III bi formerlY depot commls commlsar
Jemfl Co lanl1R Heed who ns announced April AprilJllb Aprilfib
ran ar at arieeted sted on the charge of par pRrtlcJpatlnr partlcjptlflf
IIrr
was
fib frauds fraudshu
commissary
In i the
tlcJpatlnr postponed postponedMaJ f fMaj
hu ha btfn tempotnrl1 adjutAnt utnt JenerAl ot the thedlpartment thedipartmeflt
Nobl
Maj received receivedtbe
hal
of the YIaa8
dlpartment
the urrender of Quentin Salu and
three of his offlccrs Al the ln lnunder Insurgents Insurgentsunder nsurgenteunder
surrender soon It Ilia Iliaclaimed w wclaimed t tclaimed
under Salas will
claimed this will terminate th the incur Insurrection Ineurrectlon incurrection ¬
rection In the Island of 1I1nllY 1I1nllYIt
estimated that there are 25000 25000lepers 25000lepers 25OOlepers M0
It Is
Philippines and It Is Isplanned IsIllnnned isilanned
In the
lepers planned to Isolate them all on ono Is Isllal island island
land landlaj
landMaJ llal Maus the medical Inspector InspectorCapt InspectorCapt lnspectorCapt
Capt AheTnof Ahern of the Ninth Infantry and andCapt nnllCapt antiCapt
llorton comprising a 1 board of ofomcera ofomeera ofomter
Capt omcera appointed to select a 1 iiuttabta iiuttabtaplaco lIultablopineo RultabloPlace
visited vlsltmlI1uBIngn visitedBusanga
the have visitedHusanga
for purpose
Place
Husanga Culllon Cogayan Job and andother andother andother
other Islands and have made a report reportbut reportbut reportbut
but It has not yet ct been acted on onBALDWIN onDALDWIN on13A1IDWIU
BALDWIN AND MACONDRAY MACONDIUYSnn
Bald Baldwin Baldwin Ibidwin
Snn Francisco I April 24Uarry
win and Fred Macondray who were weredetained werodetolnell ero erodetained
detained as Witnesses in the Manila Manilacommissary Mnnllacommlssnry Manilacommissary
commissary fraud cases arc well wellknown wellknown weltknown
known In San Francisco Baldwin Haldwlnwas
was United Stales Statestnotshal marshal hero during duringPresident durInlresldent durlnPresident
President Clevelands term and was a aprominent aprotnlnent aprominent
prominent business man Macondray Macondrayin
10 a member of the big Importing I lima limaof lirmof rm rmof
of Macondray Company and went to toManila toManila toManila
Manila to o establish a branch house
BlYICTORYFORTHE 6 VICTORY FOR FORTilE TRE SHORT LINE LINEgeneral LINEeneral LINE9eneral
I16 general 9eneral eneral Commissioner of the Land Office Decides in n Favor of oithe ofthe ofthe
the Utah Nevada California and Against AgainstSenator AgainstSenator AgainstSenator
Senator Clark and Associates
General Attorney Parley L Williams Williamstot
u Short Line at u late tateflour latebour lateIour
tot tt the Oregon
flour bour this afternoon received a highly highlyf ItlgliiyIatportant
f Important Im > ortllnt telesram from Washington WashingtonD
D 1 C which It is believed will put putt
t nn end to hostilities between his road roadf rondand roadsnd
f and Senator Clark and associates for forIthe torthe forthe
Ithe the possession of the old railroad grade gradelrom grldefrom
1 from Uvada towards Los Angeles Angelesr
r 1 The telegram stattd tattdthat that the com comnlsstoncr com1Sloner cornstoner
nlsstoncr stoner of the general enerallnnd land office had hadreversed hlldversed hadyersed
reversed the decision of otl1erlaler HeRUler 0 Il HBallup Ilalhlp Ilallup
Ballup and liecelver D II Hall of ofLr ofon ofrscn
Lr rscn on which vhICl held In etfect that the theHalms thelalfln thetaints
taints of the Oreron Short Line and andfftah nlhltah andtab
fftah tab Northern anti the Utah Nevada NevadaIE NcnllaCnllCornlawere NevadaCalifornia
IE California CnllCornlawere were without merit m rlt The Thetommlssloner Themmlssloner Thernrnssloner
tommlssloner flnds that the position of ofthe ofhe oflie
the lie Carson ofllclals was not well taken takenjinii tallennd
jinii nd recommends the rejection of the theUtah thetah thetab
Utah tab and California maps and the ap approval alrovnl atovnl ¬
proval rovnl of the maps filed by tho Utah UtahNevada Utahcada Utahevada
Nevada California Railroad Cowhich Cowhichvas Co which whichB
vas as B organized two years ago In the thetate thetllte thetitle
tate of Nevada In the Interest of the
Oregon Short Line people and which whichIs
Is the company said Mr Williams WIlII ms this thisafternoon thisafternoon thisafternoon
afternoon now In partial possession possessionof
of the disputed grade This company companyconslts companyconslls companyconsits
conslts of the following W H Ran Rancroft Bancroft Rancroft
croft president and general manager managerR
R L E Calvin vice president and gen general gencrill gencml ¬
eral superintendent F W lUlls sec secretary secretary seeretary ¬
retary and anltC C 11 Jenklnson treasurer treasurerThese trellsurerThese treasurerThese
These together With Messrs Williams Williamsand
and A C Cleveland of Nevada form formtho torrntho formthe
tho board of directors directorsJudge dlr dtrtctorsJudge ctors ctorsJUdccle1ley
Judge JUdccle1ley Kelley general en nllsollcttorof solicitor of the theUnion t theUnion e eOnion
Union Pacific Paetflerearhd reach reached d Washington yes yestcrday yestcrdnyt yesterday
tcrday to unite with Judge Cornish In Inpresenting Inresen Iniresenting
presenting resen lnS the case casebeore before the commis commissioner commlssloner commis1oner ¬
sioner of the general land office At Attorney Attorne Attome ¬
tome Whlttemoro Is on the way to the thecapital thecapital thecapital
capital going thither with the Intention Intentionof
of presenting the side of the Clark Clarkpeople Clarkpeople Clarkpeople
people but when ho arrives there he hewill hewill howill
will discover that the case has already alreadybeen alreadbeen alreadybeen
been passed upon finally It Is the thoopinion theoplnln theopini
opinion opini n that the Clark people wl will I now nowabandon nowabandon nowabandon
abandon the Nevada grade entirely and andseek anllseell andseek I
seek a new route to the coast I
SLAVE RAIDING RAthINoEiuRS EMIRS DEFEATED DEFEATEDrig
Prig rig Gen Ludgard and Col 0 V Kimball Put Them to Rout RoutWere RoutWere RoutI
I Were Terror of the Country CountryThousands Thousands Th usands of oiSlaves ofSlaves ofSlaves
Slaves Released
London Lond n April 24Brlg Gen Sir SirFrederick Sirrecltrlck SirL
L Frederick Ludgard high commissioner commissionernd
nd Commanderinchief of northern northernIllgerla northernIgerla northernigerta
Illgerla Igerla and Col 0 V Klmball I with withforce withCoree
1 force of West est Africa frontier troops troopscompleted troopsve
aye ve completed a successful campaign campaigngilnst campalcnlnt campaigngathst
gilnst lnt the powerful slave raldlngemlrs raldlngemlrsBlda
f Blda and nd Kontagora l after heavy
fighting 5000 natives frequently charg charging chinsIng charglug ¬
ing the llrltlflh square The British Hrltlshcaptured Urltlshcalltured Britishcaptured
captured the capitals of both lllda and andKontagora nn andKontatora < l lIontaiora
Kontagora and released thousands thou Blinds ot otslaves orslnves ofslnses
slaves The emirs have been the terror terrorof
of the country for years killing thous thousands thoulot titousnods ¬
ands of natives during Ilurln the past year yearThey yenrThey yearThey
They are now entirely entlrelpowerless powerless and andthis andthta andthis
this was brought about without the as assistance aselstnnce aSaistance ¬
sistance of white troops
1880T LBBOT BBOT AND ANDu ANDuCRESeEUS CRESCEUS MA MATCHED TeRED
New York April 24Secy C A Me Meully Meuhly Ic Icullr
ully of the lie New ew York Trotting asso assolatlon I15S0lallon assoiatlon
latlon has ha Just returned from Toledo Toledohlo Toledohlo Toledohio
hlo after securing the signature of G GKttcham GI
I Kttcham the owner of the trotting trottingne
one > ne Cr Cre Creseus sreus to an agreement for a aatch 1 1ateh aatch
atch between The Abbot and andrejceut andremus ondresceus
rejceut Co o take place at Drlgh Drlghn
on n Beach during the week beginning beginningugust
ugust 12th The agreement also bears bearsilgnatures bearshe
he ilgnatures of W L Marks acting
or John J Scannel and William A Ang Angemann Aflgeman
> ng ngemann rnann for the New York Trotting
Gelation
The conditions of the race are best
hree out ot five one mile mllehentll heats for a ai
UTre Ut5 i of JIZOOO 12O the th winner to receive
BILIOTID I LI OTJm TO BE LIEUTKNANTH LIEUTKNANTHGordon LtEUrINANTOnion
Gordon N Klmball Klmbii Is the ortante FortuneteMan bortnn < ortanteMan lo loMan
Man In Utah UtahWaihington UtabWahlngton UtahWashington
Washington April 2 211ho The secretary secretaryft
ft f war today made public the names of
18 8 men me selected for first and second
pitutenanti In the regular army under
the he army rcirganliatlon bill Many of ofpnese
pnese hese men have had service In the reg reirand
Jar and volunteer army They have havei haveen
e en < on i ordered for examination and
hould they pass wilt lit be appointed The
umber following the state shows Iho the
Mlotrnent to each state as natollowlI follows followst
t Ala Alabama JaI nma na 10 Arkansas 7 Colorado
F Connecticut 6 Delaware 1 Callfor Call tor
Ma 111 4 George eorge Baldwin Lyle H Fed Fedir
at a ir Roland B Ellli Frank rank T Thorn Thornin
on District of Columbia Is 1 Florida Floridaf
f ucorgu O < < > rllll i 12 Idaho 1 George Steuen SteuenSi SleuenlUg
lUg Si Illinois IlIInolJ 2 21 Indiana 14 Iowa K Kas
Oases > as 9 Kentucky 12 Louisiana 7 7fcJne
fcJne laine 4 Maryland 7 Michigan 13
II IInnsota nnesota 8 Mltslf lIrslulppl Ippl 8 Missouri
T Montana Onara J Ernest Van D Mur
v Nebraska 7 Nevada 1 F rM011
M011 I itnoux nouz North Carolina 10 North
a W > cotal 1 Ohio 13 Oregon 2 Eugene
Crcwne Elmore 0 Worrlck Worrlck South
tirollna arollna 8 South Dakota J T Tennes nnes
U Uj Texas 14 Utah 1 L Gordon N
7000 and the remainder of the purse purseto
to go to the loser The pwnem have haveagreed hnveaRTeed haveagieed
agreed to bring their horses to the post postIn
In good condition and have also agreed agreedthat agreedthat agreedthat
that t tije > e horees shall 11 not be raced racedagainst racedRGalllst racedagainst
against each other In a match or spe special specioll spec141 ¬
cial contest prior to the filling of their theirDiightcn theirDillMan theirIbtighton
Diightcn Beach ngreemnt Under the thetunplccs theaUllplcesoC theauspices
auspices of the New York Trotting as assoulatlon assllclatlonthe assuetation
soulatlon sllclatlonthe the date of which probably probablywill
will bo Thursday Thur dnitulfU1t Auguu 15 15In 15In 15In
In consideration of Mr Ketchama Ketchamawithdrawing Ketchllrnswltl1drawln CetchamwIti1drawing
withdrawing 1 the entry entr of Cresceus In littht Inthe inth
the th 110000 freeforall trot which next nextto nextte nextto
to the match race Is I the principal tea fcalure teotureon teaLure
lure tureon on the program the New York YorkTruttlnr YorkTruttlnfRoelatlon YorkTrotting
Trotting TruttlnfRoelatlon association has guaranteed guaranteedtSOOO
tSOOO in Inareent any ny event for the appearance appearanceof
of Creiceus ut the Brighton Beach Beachtrack Deachtrack Beachtrack
track
Kimball Virginia 11 West Virginia
4 Washington 2 John B lleyburn lleyburnJohn UeburnJohn IfeyburnJohn
John P Hasson Wyoming 1 Leonard LeonardL
L Deltrlck Wisconsin WI conlin 11 Indian Ter Terrltory TerritorYI Territory
rltory ritorYI 1 Oklahoma 1 New Mexico 1 1At IAt 1At
At Jawre la largeA A McD Brooks Alexander AlexanderH
H Davidson Frank L I Graham J M MPetty Mletty UIeU
Petty IeU William Hay Harrison John H HHuff nRurt IIblurt
Huff Grqrgc C Shaw Cormnt Buttrlck ButtrlckJames DutlrlckJnmell IiuttrlckJarne
James Longstrtct Joseph V VIuznlk VIuznlkJdnrd Kuinlk KuinlkKdward HuznikEdward
Edward Davis John F MacCarthy C CC CC CC
C Jones Frank W Eckers Fred red W Wnujbce WB WlIugbee
nujbce B be Charles H Hlorrow Morrow Frederick FrederickO
0 Collond Edward W Terry H I 8 8Broussard SIJroU8anl HBrotisard
Broussard Thomas W Brown Joseph JosephW
W Lacour Charles L Lanlmm James JamesB
B Abbott Victor G Lewis Carl L LStone LStone LStocie
Stone X A B Coxe Otto W nethorst nethorstAugustus nethorstAUutul ItethorsiAugustus
Augustus Dannemlllcr Win S Manes ManesM
M t H Barry Allan Llndsley Brlgg BrlggAdelbert DrljgAdelbert liriggeAdelbert
Adelbert W Cogswell Fred E Smith SmithWin SmithWm SmithVn
Win A Austin George H Wood Her Herbert nerbert Herbert ¬
bert L I EVAn Earl W Taylor Austin AustinF
F Prescott John G Livingston Evan EvanE van vanE
E Young Charles W Wadsworth A A1C AK AK
K Baskette J C Patton Frank Ma Maloney MILlonu Mahoney
honey Alfred M Mason Consuello A APeonne AReonnt AHeonne
Peonne Fred Plumer Wm U J Ltihne LtihneIllver LuhMIIer Luhaclifter
lifter P M It Haztard Russell T Haz Hazxard 1I11zurd IIazzard
xard Brady 0 Ruttencutter Thomas ThomasMIHgr ThomMiller ThomasMihlgr
Miller Sherrard Coleman Thomas M MKIWI 1 1Kn fXnax
KIWI Kn X Rowland S SPlke Pike Albert Clifton CliftonThompson Cllrton1honlpttI CliftonThornpoa
Thompson Jr Robert Sterrett
VAN KURAN KURANIS
IS BOUND OVER OVERDefaulting OVERDefaultlng OVERDefaulting
Defaulting Treasurer of the Short ShortLino ShortUno ShortLine
Line Must Stand Trial TriadHEARING TrialllEAIUNG TrialhEARING
HEARING BEFORE SMIIII SMIIIIJudge S lUIl lUIlIt
It ItJllde 1Jiittge
Judge IOWM Apprai IIItnU In III IiiIeIIe1PsIoti He HeYklliiKiii UtlentlrtUtIIUII
lentlrtUtIIUII YklliiKiii MiowliiK llirrri llirrriuncle UIrttcln flitrcpallele >
uncle cln In Vuu 11 Knnuin lIrllll lloulti lloultiTho 11001The DooltiThe
The preliminary hearing of Arthur J JVan JVnll 3Van
Van Kuran on the charge of embezzle embezzleincnt el11blzzleInent eiitbezztement
incnt was begun before Justice Dana T TSmith TSmith rSmIth
Smith of the Fifth I precinct pre lnct at 1030 1020this 1030this 1030this
this morning Assistant County Attor Attorncy Attorney tttorfey
fey F C Lootbourow conducted tho thopiosecutlon thopros theprosecution
prosecution pros cutlon while whie Judge JU IN 0 W Powers Powersand Powersand Poversand
and Attorney Attorcy H I 1ooth Booth appeared for forthe forthe forthe
the defendant defendantVan
Van an Kuran Kurn was arrested on February FebruaryMth
14th He le appeared before Justice Smith Smithand SmithIInd Hmlthand
and entered a plea of not guilty tulty and andwas mu muWIS andas
was WIS as committed to tho county Jail jai In de default deCoult default
fault of J5000 500 bonds Later the bond bondwas bondas bondwas
was as reduced to 3500 500 but the defendant tlwdefenthintWas defendantwas defend nt ntwaR
was unable to furnish the amount nmoult and andhas andhas ld ldbO
has bO since remained In 11 the county coulty jail jailThe Jai jailrho
The he complaint cOIPnlnt alleges Illeges that Ui t Arthur thur J JVan JVan 3Van
Van Kuran lurau as trustee and Ind servant serlnt of ofthe ofthE ofthe
the thE Oregon Short Line then and there theteemployed thee theeemployed thereemployed
employed as local treasurer of the com company compiIY cornpiny
pany piIY did dd on the 8th doy do of February Februaryembezzle 1cbrultyemLezle Februaryembezzle
embezzle emLezle the sum of 8000 The lhe com complaint cor cornplains ¬
plaint was as sworn to by b Auditor F F11t W WIliUb V VHlllb
Hlllb 11t of f the Oregon Short Line LineThe 1lneThe LineThe
The first lrst witness called caled this morning morningwaa
wag Auditor AuditaI Hills 1 Is In 11 answer fuswer to a aquestion 1 ftquestion
question questun of counsel for tho stale Mr MrHills MrIlls Mrhills
Hills Ills said he h knew Irel Mr Ir Van Kuran uran and nndtha andthat nd ndthllt
that > he was formerly the local treasur treasurer
cr of the th company He le testified tesllfed thnt
his hl duties dutes were to receive money 101 e col collected collectel rollooted
looted lectel for freight charges and Ind ticket ticketsales tlcktslles ticketsales
sales slles and Interchange tralllc tralllcWhtte tramcWhee tratlicWhcre
Whtte Whee did he keep the funds fundsKlthet Cundsmticl tenthsEItite
Klthet mticl In his olllcc olce or In the banks
Mr Hills 11s further said lint thlt the local
treasurer was notified noUfed dolly dnl of the theamounts theamounts theanlourrts
amounts received at the stations stutons Somo Somoof
of the money went welt direct to tolocal > local treas treasurar trels trelsUNr treasurr
urar as well wel ell as to the bank bankVcre bankWere bankVere
Were the cash books In his office ofllceKept officeCept
Y < s sJept once1
Kept by whom whomUnder wbomUnder whomUnder
Under Mr rr Van Kurans direction
Wlnc Vitnefg s sold that a statement dlreelon was wasmade wnsmade wasmade
made of cash on hand each day to
headquarters Mr HUM His wan familiar rnmlor lar
with wih the defendants handwriting handwriIng
The prosecution prosecuton Introduced Introducld n ntnte ntnternent Itate Itatement etatemeat
meat of receipts at a l the treasurers of ¬
lice from February FebruaT 1st to hNSltefs 8lh Hh inclusive inclusivewhich Ine inclusivewhich uslve uslvewhIch
which witness said was Van Vln Kurnns Kurnnsstatement turbnsstntlment 1urtrnsstatement
statement statementJutfge stntlment statementJt1rlge
Jutfge Jurte Power PQwerl nld he would wOlld trooa trooarsamlne tronsrunine
rsamlne runlnpMr Mr Hllln IIsloter later nfid M James Jntl tCIS tCISrunlnpMr L I Irnlg
Craig traveling travelng riudlto nudlo r took tho thoKtnnd thestand
stand tlnd He said he had been hpen In the
employ of the t cftmpany cblnpanYsln dnco o U97 and
his hIl duty was IIS to check the account of
nations nationsDid lla Ia tons tonsIJld lions
Did you ou at any time tme make an ex exnirliMtion exnrhlton examitiation
nirliMtion nrhlton of books In Van an Kurans I Uans of ofYes
1E 1EYes fke
Yes on February Februar 8th
The witness wltnrls then turned to the cash calh
books for the purpose purose of showing the
terns Iems which go to make up the he amount
In the statement Mr tr Craig erlg was wal risked Isked
to Ftate the amount deposited at tho
l1el08lte lt
hank but Jud Jld Judge e Powers objected < be ¬
cause the books were In If court cout anti
they furnished the best evidence The
county count attorney atorney argued r 1 that Mr Ir Craig Crnll
WAS an expert nnd his hi evidence was wnscompetent WIS WIScompetent wascompetent
competent The court sustained SU8111nel Judge JUtl
Powers objection and nnt the books were wcroproduced WeT werevrnduced
produced Reference WHS WIA ts made to the theonice thoofce the0111cc
onice ofce books showing the amount re recorded rerordel reeordel ¬
corded on February 5th The amount amountwru amountits
wru its 3032575 The McCorrilck bank
books for the same period shows shols thnt
J2232575 was deposited In answer to
Judge Powers Power iovc + witness winess said lald that the thestation thestaton theettttlon
station staton agents l ents reported both 11th to the bank bankand bnk bnkan1 bankand
and to Mr Van Kuran 1 umn and nntlhat that neither
the hank nor Van Kuran could culd tell tel It the theevents thenentA theagents
events made Incorrect Incor ct statements tntetnentl He Heraid Hepnld Itoraid
raid that the entry ntf of J3032575 was wasmade 118mnle vasmade
made mnle by Van Kuran KuranA Iurn IurnA
A K I Klmball I lmLal chief clerk In the treas treasury tren treasUry ¬
ury office corroborated Mr M r Craigs tes testimony testimony testimony ¬
timony In relation to the themaking making out the thereport thereport thereport
report report He 1e assisted Islsted Craig In the Iheex IheexnmlnnUon ex exnmlnatlon erarntnation
nmlnatlon In answer to Judge JudR Powera Powerl
he said that there thel waR no other short shortage Ihort Ihortnil shortage ¬
age except of 8000 which
nil SMO was wason on the
Sib of February Februlry although there ther were
deposits deposi In other bonks bonksThe bak bakTho banksThe
The witness then referred to the books booksand bks bksand booksand
and said that on January 31st there was wasft n9 n9n
ft deduction Iductlon of J8000 800 from which the
bank books boks showed there MoUld bo boon 1 beon
on hand The books book he said hud not
been beel examined fxllmlned for eight months Then
Jud Judce Judqe e Powers ncked Rke Klmball 1Ib81 to gO back backIn
In the books bks and find the item Iem He said saidthat Baldthnt saidthat
that on Janunry Janllr 2 It I was entered net netdeposited a atlepoltcd asdepolted
deposited In the bank but the books booksdid boks boksdIl bOoksdid
did dIl not show Ihol it I There was WIS a decline dcdlc dcdlct1n declinetlcn deduction ¬
tion t1n on December cemer 31st On December December1st Deember DeemberIt
1st It entered as S deposited depositedOn depoftled depoftledOn
On November 2nd the remittance remittancefrom remitance remitancetrom
from agents nseltl credited by the bank was wasS5031ll raei03111 al
< S5031ll 031l nntcred Entere by Van Kurnn JJS 18 S
53111 5311 November 1st by the thebank bank 6fi 6fiE43S2 6
E43S2 4 62 by 11 Van Kuran Kurn H96OC2 On OnOctober OnOctober OnOctober
October 30th by the bank bank 13042846 13042846Imported 30m46ReporteI 304ggReported
Imported W342S48 At this tags Itage Judge JutlROPowers JUrge JUrgerowers Judgerowers
rowers said sid It looked like lke the Kink had hadthp hal hadthit
thp thl l best > est st of it and wns wal the defaulter defaulterOctober detauler detaulerOctober defaulterOether
October 3 by the bank J35S57EO msnr by
Van Kuran Iurn S6m 3841760 50 October Oet her 2nd by bythe 11
the bank 5081301 by bynn Van Kurnn Kurn 53 5JS1301
81301 showing showlnl a I dlffciince dltelnce of 3000 3000These 30 3000These
These The e discrepancies wero traced trced back backfor backfor
for several IIcverl months and Mr lr Loofbou Loofbourow ofbou ofbourow
row said that It I ran back for two years yearsJudge yearsJudge enr
Judge Powers then gave MC up but said saidhe Slld SlldlIe saIde
he e would BO Ao Into the matter thoroughly
later laterMr latertr laterMr
Mr tr Hills 1I1s was again ngln recalled ffcaled and testl testlfled test testifled
fled February fed an al to 8th 8thThe 8thThe 8thThe the deposits dplts In the bank 1 > kol on onFebruary onFebruary
The prosecution pTecuton then rested and andasked nndasked andasked
asked that the defendant bo held to toanswer toanswer toanswer
answer to the charge cha e of embezzlement embezzlementThe tmbezzlement tmbezzlementThe
The defense offered ofered no 10 evidence and andVan ad adVan andVan
Van Kuran Kura uran was 1as held to tf the district districtcourt dl districtcourt trft trftcourt
court Ills bond was allowed alowed to remain remainat
at n 33500 3MX Ho le was unable to give the thebond thebnd tinebond I
bond bnd and was WI taken back to the gve county
Jail jai
DISTRICT mSTmO COUnT UEVKIISED UEVKIISEDCase JWHlRFI JWHlRFICapo
Case of Anders Amler L Lane ren Against JnInlt Utah UtahLoan UtallIllnl UtahLoanl
Loan Illnl > Trust Company CompanyThe CmlOn CmlOnThe
The supreme luprmo court handed hfded down an anopinion In Inopinion anopinion
opinion today toB reversing rerlng Judge Harts Hartsrullnp nnrs nnrsrlnl hartsruling
ruling rlnl last September In favor avor ot the tbeIleCendant
defendant In the ca cae case e of o Anders Lar Larten IAUfen LarSen
ten vs s the Utah Loan > an A Trust Tst Tj com company compny comrnpany ¬
pany pny Larsen appealed appalM from tmthe the JUd Judgment JUdmfnt judment ¬
ment mfnt with the result rwlt that It has been bcn re reversed revenCI reversed < ¬
versed venCI and the case Ce remanded remandl with wlh
directions dirctons to grant a new tel trial trl The Theopinion Tboplnlon Theopinion
opinion Is per fer curIam curlamAnders curIamAndel curiamAndera
Anders Andel Larsen Lren Is a 1 Dane and Is h 1 76 76years 78tnN 76years
years tnN old He came to Utah from Den Denmark Denmork Denmark ¬
mark In 1S63 13 and settled cttd In North Oc
den where he took to farming and ad O ac acmulated acmulatt acmulated
mulated mulatt a 1 few thousand dollar dllll which whichhe whl hithhe
he Intrusted Intrsted to the Utah JoI Loan A Trust Tnutcompany Trst Trstcompany Trustcompany
company of Oftlen Olen to invest for him
H
Larsen tren had learned leurert to talk a 0 little Ilie Kng KngUsh Fng FngIlah Fngitem
item but could not write or read U I to toany toany toally
any extent etent and nll by reason of his Ignor Ignorance IQlor IQlorinco iHinorSflCt ¬
ance inco of tho language IlnguaAo he claims that the theiank theIlnk thetank
Ilnk > tank took advantage arlvlntllO of him to Invest Investhis Investhis investhis
his money in absolutely worthless so sourltlc sounties e eurlte
unties urlte Instead of city property as I It Ithad Ithall Itbath
had agreed agrled to do Hy such fraudiilont fraudiilontInvestments fluI110n fraudiflantinvestments t tInveRtments
Investments Larseti LorleT says 11 he lost 101 400Q 400Qand < 60H 60Hnnd
and the bank d1 d ilq W d his recovery recoveryUklng rtcCver rtcCvertaking recoveryttking
taking refuse retu behind tho statute stftute of lIla limitations It lIlaltutiontn ¬
itations Il Iona There were we e three causes Cus J of ofaction ofIctOl ofaction
action The trial court nonsuited nOlsuied two twoof twoot twoof
IctOl of these for 700 00 nnd 500 ns al helm helmbarred belnharrl beingbarncd
barred harrl by the statute no n fraud trud having havingbeen hlvlns hlvlnsh hntviniCiCn
been h el shown The third cause fqr V 3 3O 3GOd
GOd O was tiled tllOl by Jury jlry and a 1 venllot ellot re remrnud returned returned
turned In II favor of the defendant defendantThe trtenlnnt trtenlnntfhe
The Supreme Suprme Court flnils that t hit the theuank theIIRnk theeank
uank In effect crect loaned loanCI the plUtUlftB plUtUlftBmoney phlnWt1 ph tinntltte tinntlttemoney
money to Itself rcgnrdliM regalll of pUlntlfrs pUlntlfrsInterests 11lntNs 11lntNsInterests i44ntifsinterests
Interests It holds that tht the statute stattplQ statutedoee statutedoeenot do H Hnot
not begin to run rln until unt the discovery dlaerY or ofthe orthe ortine
orln
the fraud and 111 AS < 1 this thi was not 10t discov discovered dllov dllovcred dlwovered ¬
ered until shortly AhorlY before the commence commencement commencement commencennent ¬
ment unti of f this thll suit tho statute Itatute was 1 In Ineffective Inetectlve ineffective ¬
effective etectlve As to the third count the thocourt theCrt thecotirt
court holds flint t while hil ltile fraud rrud may not nothave nothave nothave
have been intended It existed In the eye eyeof ye yeof yoof
of the thl law lil and the th conlWenec con1hlenc of the theplaintiff theplaluH theplaintilT
plaintiff plaluH had hll been bcn Imposed On OnOUTS OnG Onh
OUTS G h TH mnpouTuv T131L mmoiit iii INJUNCTION INJUNCTIONllestrnlnliifr 1 ii IUNOIN IUNOINnestlnlnlnl UNCTIONitestenlining
llestrnlnliifr nestlnlnlnl Frank FrankRutly Uudy Affion S Son from fromon fom fomruIIH frtnrn1rnsinnsltlg
1rnsinnsltlg ruIIH lnl on Oi Jlalflmli Jllml Farm FarmAttorneys PIII PIIIAtorneys FnttinAttorneys
Attorneys Wilson Wison and tll Smith lrlth this thlamorning thismorlnJ thismornIng
Atorneys
morning morlnJ obtained from Judge JUdj1 Morse Mor o a atemporary 1 atetuporurl
temporary tcmporry Injunction Injuncton for their client clientJohn c1lentJohn clientJohn
John Halford mlllfl I restraining retrllnllg Frank Rudy Iludyand Hul Rudyand
and 111 his son lon Willis Wils from ruIn ltepalng trespassing on onhi onhie onhis
hi his farm Clrm or cutting cuUlnA the tire Ire fences fcnccnThe fencesline cneeR cneeRlhe
The lhe defendants will wi bo 10 ln required t qul d to tohow tohn tointw
how hn cause Monday why IY th tho restrain restraining restrulnhil ¬
ing hil order should shoullnot not be made perpetual perpetualThe
The suit was wnl commenced cornn1nced 6n n March Mlf h 25 25by 25by 25by
by Halford HIIjrl who Is ndmlnlntintor IdmlnlFUator ot otthn orthn ofthe
thn estate of ff Ellen l len Hcnsley Halford Jllord to topruvimt toIINvent torenint
pruvimt renint the Hudys Iulls from trespassing ttpspselnl on ontho ontho onthe
tho Halford farm flrm on lot 10 section 8 4 4township 4tlwnRIII 4townshiii
township tlwnRIII 1 north range rne 1 west which whichhas whichhas whichlies
has been In possession pOlsesslon of plaintiffs plaintiffsfamily plalntts plalnttstomlY plaIntIffsfamiiy
family tomlY for 23 years Rudy nud nnd 111 his bil son soncontinued RoncGrtllucd Moltccrtlltucd
continued cGrtllucd lo trespass and an to prevent preventthis prevcnttIlS preventthltit
this tIlS the plaintiff plnlntt asked for a temporary temporaryInjunction temporurInlulcton temporaryinlumnction
case Injunction Inlulcton pending tho trial rial of the thecase thecase tinecase
COUIIT NOTI58 NOTI58In
In the matter mater of the estate eAta te of Rich Richard lch lchnrll Richnrtl ¬
ard D Karltf deceased Judge JU re hail 1nl this thismorning thIsmorning thismorning
morning approved allprOet the proof of publica publication pub1lcIton ptnbhicntion ¬
tion ton and entered cntCNl decree showing howln due dueand dueand ilueand
and legal notice nntee to crcdltora crcdltoraJmlgn crCthitornJmnign rMltol
lgnl
Jmlgn JII Hall 111 made these orders orderl today todayFrank lodoy1rank todayFrank
Frank 1rank R 3 McOurrln vs S Alice Alco 0 I Sykes Sykeset
et al demurrer to complaint overruled overruleddefendant overrnleltIletendant overruleddefendant
defendant given ten day dl to answer answerFrank InMIe answetFnnnk
Jlven
Frank Irnk J Justin trustees tr tee VK W Abigail AbigailMatthews Ablgll AbIgailitalthews
Matthews Ialhes referred to Judge JUdgeStCwart JUdgeStCwarttor Stewart Stewartfor
for hearing hearingHOWARDKYLEINSALTLAKE henrlngHOWARD hearingHOWADO
HOWARDKYLEINSALTLAKE HOWARDKYLEINSALTLAKERomantic HOWARD KYLE IN SALT SALTLAKE SALTLAKERomantic LAKE LAKERomantic
Romantic Actor Acor Well Wel Known to Salt Lake LakeTheatergoers lakeThe3tcrgoers LakeThealergoers
Theatergoers Talks Talk to News NewsTelli Newsrell Newsreins
reins rell What h3t llellni 10 lie Inl tins Hern Iffl llolng 10lnl Since Sincelie Sincelie llce llcene
lie Un M a Member Irmlor of f the iliaHoward IhaFru1lof theFrascie
Fru1lof Frascie tOtlIIIY olIIttny olIIttnylIdvaed
Howard 1 o d Kyle the Idol of the mail mailnee mat matnce matiace
nee girls In the day ofjth e4tiwbrlLWleY e4tiwbrlLWleYStack Fniwley FniwleyStock mwleyStock
Stock company complnr when the th Grand first flrstcatered fnt fntcatered firstcatered
catered to the theater patrons of Salt SaltLaKc Sailaic SaltLat
Lat aic arrived In town this afternoon afternoonlooking afteroon afteroonluoklG afternoonInokngtho
looking luoklG Inokngtho tho same old Kyle ns when he henjpeared henHInred meapeznred
njpeared hero tlrst fIrt In the role of the theattlst thl thlBrUst theantist
attlst In Moths MothsWhen MotimsWhen IothsWhen
When scent at the Knutsford I Mr Kyle Kylewas IyleWIS Iyieas
was WIS as dividing llldlnlf his hl time In his room be between LetWllil betWCtii ¬
tween tWllil writing letters letter and attempting att lptng to toicdute toIcduce toneduec
icdute the visible effects ereet of a 0 severe severetoothache leero leerotoothache severetothuchie
toothache by b means of the application applicationof applcnUon applcnUonot
of a I hot water rubber bag to his right rightcheck rightcheck rightcheek
check Despite this allllctlon atlctn he still stillhad sU1 stillhind
had u 1 number of heart laughs up his hisrlcevc hissleeve hissleeve
sleeve und nd expressed himself as being beingdelighted beinglllghtel beingIILilghIttl
delighted lllghtel to be back blck once mote In Salt SaltLake Sal SaltIake
Lake Those were good Jood old das he hepaid hetnll hegiIrl
paid tnll referring to the occasion occa91 n of his hisfirst histrsl histinst
first trsl appearance In His city I and It la lawonderful i iswonderful
wonderful how hol nearly everyone who whowas whowns hno hnowas
was In that company compln has launched hllchc out outsince Olt OltsInce otntattica
since then I think v wo > o all nl have a 1 soft softspot soCtpot ioftspot
spot hi II our hearts hCRts fur foJ Salt Lake IIIe at atleast atleast athOat
least 1 know I have hu and no matter matterwhere matterwhere
mater materwhere
where I have been I always alllYI have heen beeninterested heenInterc heenintercbcd
interested Interc tcd In any news MiS from this part partof IJnrtot iartof
of the tI country I meet Salt Lake peo peopin peol peapie
pin l everywhere and It was W S only the theother theother theothner
other day dl I ran across arross Jim Direr Door In InKansas tnInnsns iniCansas
Kansas City where he Is managing managingeditor mllnnglnedltol managingeditor
editor edltol on one of the dallies Incidental Incidentally
ly ho told me thnt the Descret News Newshad Newshad Newsmad
had made Ille great strides stlls no 01 a metropoll metropolltan metropol
tan paper since I was last here hereWhat hereWhlt herehnat
What Whlt hnat have hl ve I been doing since I left leftSalt lettSalt leftSalt
Salt Lake Lle Well Wel when J loft loC here I Iwent 1went Ivent
went back to Philadelphia hladelphl where wher I Iplayed Iplued Iplayed
played a short Ihort engagement enqa emcnt and nd shortly shortlyafternords shortlyafterwards hortlyafterwnrds
afterwards I created the Juvenile part partof partot partof
of David llvld In the Way Down East to tolater toIlter tointer
later Ilter go to New York where wher we played playedfor plaer playedfor
for 1ST performances ptrConnllces at the Manhat Manhattan ¬
tan Then I went over to the Broad Broadway Droadway Broadway ¬
way In tho Musketeers lu9ketecr to later play my myold lY lYold nayold
old part pnrtln In Way Down East Eat for 32 32consecutive 32conlecutve 32consecutive
consecutive conlecutve weeks Last Irlt season seson I Iplayed Iplnyed Iplayed
played lead In Women and ant Wine at attho nt atthe
tho Manhattan Manhatt New York after attr that I Ibought Ibouht Ibought
bought Nnt Goodwins OoorlwllS play ph Nathan NathanHate NIL Nathan1mb than thanJal
Hate Jal and have played It I ever since sinceIn
In speaking In regard to the play playwhich pInywhich playwhich
which he will wi present nt the Theater Theatertonight Theatertonight Theatertonlghnt
tonight Mr Kyle said Nathan Hale HaleIs 1ale 1aleIsnwaahcnrl
Is Isnwaahcnrl away nva ahead of Anything that Clyilo ClyiloFitch CIlo CIloitch ClydeFitch
Fitch itch has attempted Contrary lo losome 10somo toseine
some assertions leertlon he did ll not write wrie this thisplay thlaIIIY tiniaplay
play IIIY for Nat Cloodwin fodwln but simply pro produced pr liredcccii
duced It as al an Inspiration with no spo special spocal spocml ¬
cial cal actor ator In view He le tooklt to Henry HenryMiller Henr HenryMiller
Miller lIlcr and then road reallt It to Nat Goodwin GoodwinAs
As Urady once said Inld to me le Fitch you youknow youknow youknow
know Is I a d dangerous reader relller Tho Thoconsequence Thoconsequence Tineconsequence
consequence was WI that Goodwin bought boughtthe
the piny nnd produced IlrOluC It I Goodwin Is Isa IsI Isa
a I good I actor but when the people came cameto clme clmeto
to see Nathan Hale Jllf and saw Alice AliceAdams Alce AlceAdam 4liceAdams
Adams as a portrayed rlortra tl by II ii Maxims Mnxlle Elli Elliott El Ehliitt ¬
ott Goodwin Godwin said but nnd If and at atlast atInRt ittlast
last played phlll It I In New Hrltaln 1tltln on onThankBRlving onIhank8KIlng ciiTinankigiving
ThankBRlving Day Da From that day we wehave wehRe wehave
have been well wel noticed nollc l In the press pressoven prMjoven presseven
oven in Chicago which Is II Nat Good Goodwins 0001 0001win Unodwins
wins win stronghold some very nice things thingswere thln thingsWere s swcre
were said Id of our production productionAfter productionAfer productionAfter
After Afer playing jlayln In this city Mr Kyle Kylewill Iylowi Kylewili
will wi continue cntinue on to Portland Jortllnd and back backover hackoer lackover
over the Northern Pacific laclfc to conclude concludehis concude concudehis
his season June 15th 15thPOSTOFFIOBTOU 15thlOSTOF StlnPOSTOFF1O
POSTOFFIOBTOU lOSTOF POSTOFF1O IE FOR CLOVER CLOVERA CLOVER CLOVERA
A R 1 Sliepanl ShepJ1 Gets GetsMalI JJnll 11 CarryIng Con Contract Contract Constract
tract tract Scvler Se sevL2 o Klmberly KlmberlySpecial KIniberi3Special mberl mberlSpecal
Special Specal to the New NcwWashington NewIWaehln NewWashington
Washington Waehln ton D C April Apri 2lPenslons 2lPenslonsgrantcdIncrease 21PensionsgrantedIncrease IPenslons IPenslonsGnntedlncreue
grantcdIncrease Gnntedlncreue John Kurkcndall KurkcndallSalt Uurkendal
Salt Lake Lke City JC JCWar 6 6War 6Var
War with wlh SpainWidow George C CParsons CParsons CParsons
Parsons father Salt Lake Lk City 112 112A 12 12A 2 2A
A pootollft pOJlor has hOI been established elablahed at atClover atClover atClover
Clover Tooele Toele county coun with wih Inger St StJocr StJor StJoer
Jocr Jor as I postmaster postmasterTho IlostmasterTh ostmasterThe
The Th contract for carrying ernlng the mill millfrom mal mailfrom
from Bevler to Klmberley 1llberley has ha been beenawarded beenawared beenawarded
awarded awared to A R R Shepard Sevier SevlerWashington SevierWnehln SevierWashington
Washington Wnehln ton D C C April Apri 24Gordon 24GordonN 2fordCn 2fordCnN n nN
N Klmball Kimbal First Frst battery batery of Utah UtahIrfonard UtahJlonar1 UtahIeonari
Irfonard Jlonar1 L I Deltrlch Ielrch of Wyoming WyomingGeorge WomlngGer WyomingGeorge
George Ger Stcunenberg of Idaho were WeT ap appointed applntcd appointed ¬
pointed plntcd lieutenants leutenant In Inthe the army this thisafternoon thisatemQon thisafternoon
afternoon atemQon by tho President Preident
BLACK JACK JACKKETCHUM JACKKETOHUM JAaKKETOIIIJM
KETCHUM TO HANG HANGFamous HANGFamols FIANGFamous
Famous Famols New Nel Mexican Train Trin Rob Robber Robber Robbar ¬
ber on Way to Death DeathHANDCUFFS DoathIANDCUFFS DeathIIANDCtJFFS
HANDCUFFS IANDCUFFS AND MANACLES MANACLESSingle MANACJES
Single 51110 Handed IAIIHt und Ild Alono 010 He le hell IlelilUp lell lellItl helltJI
Up Itl ii I Colormln otorAltlll uuJ SoulherulIltn SoulherulIltnnt Soiitlmersn SoiiilieriiTrulii SoiiilieriiTruliilit LraImi LraImiLit
lit Iolnuin IIUI N 7l 7lTrinidad 31Trinidad I ITrlnldnd >
Trinidad Colo April 2 2IDack 2IDackJack 2tBinclc 2tBinclcJack Black BlackJuek
Jack Kolchum IClchum the famous moull out outlaw outInw outlaw
law who slnglohanded silclehalted held up upU
U train ut Folsorn lolsor N M MAugust Tb TbAugust I IAugust
August 16 1 IS U9 passed 1181el through throughTilnldad Ihrugh IhrughTlnldld throughTrinidad
Trinidad Tlnldld this morning In II charge of ofSalome ofSalome ofhbaionnc
Salome Garcia Oarca sheriff shelt oC Union Unlol count cuunty countty cointy
ty N JI Jl nccompanlcd tccompanlld by Special SpecialAgent Specal SpecalAelt SpecialAgent
Agent Aelt W S 11 1 Ikiio of the Colorado ColoradoSouthern ColoradoSOUlhcn ColoradoSouthern
Southern SOUlhcn railway mlwoy and u strong itrng force forceof tOlce tOlceoC
of deputies deputiesThe euU euUThc
The sheriff jberi and party came In 41 on a adelayed aIclayed adelayed
delayed Iclayed Santa Fe train and wcro trans transferred trns trnstened transtermed ¬
termed to n special on UI the Colorado ColoradoSouthern ColoradoSOlihcf ColoradoSoutnernn
Southern SOlihcf railroad on which they con continued COl commtinned ¬
tinned their Journey JourlY to Clayton Union Unioncounty Unioncounh Uniuncounnty
county N M I where wher mack Jack Is Isto Isto isto
to be hanged on Friday I rdny next The Tie prls prlsoner prlson prisoner
oner on r was Wil closely clopI watched iw IH H I Is feared fearedthat Cennt tearedthat
that friends of
the outlaw outaw will 1 attempt utetnpt
his hi rescue Ik HI was manacled Inltncletl with withheavy withhCI withlneay
heavy hCI steel belt around nrulHI the thl waist Wllst aIst und Ind
his hi left lettarl1 arm the only onl one he has was wassecured wasulel WasareUnOd
secured ulel to thin t llH belt by Immlcuirs Ills Illslegs Is IsIl Illslegs
legs Il were pinioned Illnlolell together with hand handculTji Ilnd IlndCII handcnniTs
culTji CII He le was wal confined confnell In a L Bteeilnel utce lined linedmull linedmull
mull mll car cr with wih Iron grated rtel windows windowsBlack wlndo wlndomark indowsblack
Black Jack 1 Is to be hanged for the thetrain Ihetrain tinetrain
train itibbcry I hery at Folsom I olsOI N M on tho thoColorado thoColotdo theColorado
Colorado Colotdo Southern 10uther railroad riroad He was wastried Wil wastiled
tried In September last and upon con conviction convicto cantVictiOn ¬
viction victo was tiH given r1cu the extreme penalty
Shots Hhotf wrie wtle exchanged between tho thobandit thoandl thebandit
bandit andl and trainmen trlnmcnlt nt Fobtom ullm and the theconductor theconduclor tineconductor
conductor and mall Ialient agent were wound wounded oundel ¬
ed el en but nobody nobdy was killed klel Black BlackJack Jllcle JllcleJac JhlaclcJack
Jack Jac was wounded In the right ohoul ohoulder ahoulder shouitier
der sequence In 11 this tinl fight fght and lost his arm rl In con consequence consequence consequence ¬
Used Malls MnlN 10 t Defraud DefraudKansas lefntll lefntllInn8as 1ctrnmntiKansas
Kansas City Clt Mo o April Apri 2 24In < In tho thofederal thetedeml thofederal
federal court here Stephen A t Weltmer Weltmerand Welmer Welmerand
and Joseph H I Kelly Icly president and andsecretary andeccretary andsecretary
secretary respectively of the Weltmer1 Weltmer1Institute VeltmetinstItute elmd elmdInttuto
Institute Inttuto of Magnetic Inlfnetc Healing Hcnlng nt lt Ne Nevada Nevada Neviidnt ¬
vada Mo pleaded guilty Rult to the charge chargeof
of using u lng the malls to defraud Sentence Sentencehas
has been reserved reservedThe reserled reserledThe
The Institute Insttute advertised ndcrtsed to heal all alldiscuses al nildisciunes
discuses known to man Iln or woman wOlan giv giving gtvIn p1wlag ¬
lag In absent treatment and did dliluch uch a atrcmttitious 0 atremendous
tremendous tremltous n 1 ntaii all al order business that the theNevada theNcodn theNevada
Nevada postoltlce postolco was fl5 noised wied from trJlll trJllltourth a afourtlvto afourth
fourtlvto fourth to a first frst class cl18s office otco The post postofllce postOMc postotlice
ofllce OMc e department delnrtment out at Washington WHhhlton or ordered urdered ordered ¬
dered their mall mal stopped Itopped anil ant the grand grandJury grlnd grlndjury grandJury
Jury here Indicted Weltmer on onseerat onseeratcounts several severalcounts severalcounts
counts the main one being fradulcnt fradulcntadvertlsnlg Cradulentadvertlsnlg fradulentadwertisnig
advertlsnlg United Unied State Senator Senatorllurtoit SenatorDurton SenatorBurton
Burton of Kansas Iansn acting actng for the de defendants detend doteaddnts ¬
fendants tend nts admitted admIted the advertisements advertisementscontained advertisementscontained advertlsemnentmlcuntaimned
contained untruths and nnl begged for formercy formercy formercy
mercy of the court courtIatto cout coutJo courtIosst
Iatto Jo e Hunting 111tll for a f Kloml KlomlVanceburg Plcll Plclljceburg iieniISancehurg
Vanceburg Ky 1 IC April Alrl 21 24Durlng 21lurung During the theabsence theIbAelCO theabsence
absence IbAelCO of Sam 1am Clifford Otorl1 from trol home at ntPoplar atPoplar atPoplar
Poplar Flat 12 miles Iles from here last lastnight lastnight Instnigint
night n masked r4mnsked man 1ln entered the house houseand houseanl houseanti
and anl assaulted Mrs rr Gilford Olronl A posse posseIs posseI
Is I searching for the assailant assailantFATAL assaiant assaiantPIA assailantPATAIi
FATAL SHOOTING 81OU1 sa AIlIlAY AIlIlAYMan tFiItA1Man PU Y Yllan
Man llan DUalinrKCil nl 1isoianrgetilyCoinr fh rJcl Iy Court onrt Fires PltCI on onPoliceman onieu 1 1ccIHlnJ
ieu ccIHlnJ inst a g Policeman PolicemanChicago 111111 loi icnnmn I IChIcago U UChIcago
Chicago April 24 2To 24TWo Two men will 1 dlo dlons dlons
ns the result of a shooting affray ntr that thatoccurred thntoccurred thatnccurren
occurred In the harrison 1lrrl on street Itreet police policecourt poleo poleocOlrt iohicecotirt
court cOlrt room Just after ater the court had ad adJourned ndjQurned adjourned
Journed at noon today The he wounded woundedmen
men arc Re Policeman Polccmnn William Wllnm Messenger Messengerand Iessengernnd
and n H Nelson NclonNelson Nel NelsonNelson on onNelon
Nelson Nelon had been arraigned arrlgnerl In court courton courtal
on al a charge clarc of robbing a stranger strlnger by bymeant bymenn bymeans
meant of a confidence confdence game Ime and Ind had hadbeen hld hldheen madbeen
been subjected subjcted to sharp criticism crltclsm by byMessenger byMe byMessenger
Messenger Me enler who had made the arrest arrestNelson IIrreste1son arrestelson
Nelson was reloaded relen ed and after court courthad cOlrt cOlrthad courthad
had adjourned rdjourned he approached Messen Messenger resAeng ¬
ger g r threw lreI a revolver and nnt fired fred twice twiceMessenger twiceMe6senger twiceMessenger
Messenger was nB struck by both bullets bulletsbut bulletsbut ulete uletebut
but drew his own oln weapon shot Nelson Nelsonnnd Nelsonfn Nelsontimid
timid fn fell Cel unconscious uncon clouH Other policemen policemenbegan polcemen polcemen1IIn policemeniegan
began 1IIn firing fring at lt Nelson who ran rn from fromthe frontthe fromthe
the room OOI and fifty fiU shots BhltS were w re fired flredNelson firedNelson rd rdNelslll
Nelson Nelslll dropped In the hall with five fivebullet ve vebulet vebullet
bullet bulet wounds Both I0th men were removed rem ved
to the liopsltal where It It I said slld they theywill the thewi theyvhii
will wi die dieI
Eighth I Oil 01 OliGntstnor Gushor Struck StruckBeaumont Htrtck HtrtckBeaumont Htrnnelclbenntnmont
Beaumont Texas Texll April AIJrl 24 2fThe 24Theeighth The Theeighth i ieighth
eighth oil 01 gusher was struck today
Flow 1 lolv of oil 01 Is heavy heavyLOUISIANA heavy heavyrOUSIANA heavyLOUiSIANA
LOUISIANA rOUSIANA IUHQUASB UnCIASJ PAUL PAULCommittee PAmCommitee FAIRComnnnttteo
Committee Commitee Meet Meetsanil llct nnd AI1 Perfects Icrfctl In InPermanent IIIcrlanmt lieIermnnanncnt
Permanent crlanmt Organization OrganizationSt OrUUllztlol OrUUllztlolSt cii ciiSt
St St Louis April Apri 2 2Thl 24The The Louisiana LouisianaPurchasa Iulslanalurdlnle LouisianaItnrchnase
Purchasa Worlds Fair National com commission commls810n centznisalon ¬
mission met today vlth 1lh all al the nine ninemembers nluf ninennernbers
members membel present and completed Its Itspermanent Its11crmanent itsPermanent
permanent organization orjnlzalon ExSenator ExSenatorThomas ExSenlltor ExSenlltorThomas ExSenatorThomas
Thomas H 1 Carter of Montana was waselected WI8 WI8electld waselected
elected president and 1111 lions IOI Joseph JosephFiery JOlph JOlphmor JosephFlory
of Missouri Mr Io Iory
Fiery mor I Aolrl secretary Flo Flory hory
ry was wa the Republican nepublelln candidate for forgovernor forIonrlor forgovernor
governor Ionrlor at the ltst election electionThe electionTh electionThe
The Th organization of the local worlds worldsfair worldsair woridnfair
fair corporation crpralon will wi be effected crected to tomorrow tomorow tomorrow ¬
morrow morow on receipt from the secretary secretaryof
of state at Jefferson JeCtrson City of the certi certificate cert certiflcnte ¬
ficate of Incorporation Ilcorprton application applcuton for forwhich Corwhich forwhich
which was W filed CI there today William WilliamI Wlal
I Buchanan Duelnan director general of the thePanAmerican thePanAmerian tineIanArnericnn
PanAmerican PanAmerian 1110altlon < < xposltlon Is prominent prominently ¬
ly mentioned mentonell for the same Min position positionwith psition psitionwlh positionwitili
with wlh tb tho tha < > Louisiana Purchase Worlds WorldsFair WorldsFall WorldsFair
Fair Fall D I 11 Francis chairman of the theWorlds thl theorids
Worlds Fair l llr Executive I committee commitee said saidthat lald laldthat saidthat
that Mr lr Buchanans luchlnans name had been beenconsidered b beennconsidered l
considered considere In an Informal way wayCardinal waynrlnal wayCardinal
Cardinal nrlnal Mnrtlncllln JIRrtlnc1 Manieilis Successor SucecwiorParli RucceHor RucceHorParI SuccessorParis
Paris April Aprl 21 2fA 24A A dispatch to the theFigaro theFIgaro theFigaro
Figaro from Home ome Bays Mgr MI Fal Fatconln Falconln Falconin
conln the th papal delegate deltJ le In Canada Canadawill Canda Canadawihi
will 1 succeed Ilcceed Cardinal Cardlnll Martlnelll MRrtntl as aspapal a asPaPal
papal fal1nl delegate dele nte In the United States Statesand Statesnnd Statesand
and that Mgr MG Ealeiky the papal dele delegntc deleIRte delegate
gate IRte In the West Indies will wi succeed succeedMgr succeedtlr succeedMgr
Mgr tlr Falconla FalconlaAssn FalconiaAssassin alcnla alcnlaAju
Assn Assassin ln Breech lees Onei Insane InnmeParis InAAnePari InsaneParis
Paris April Apri J tl1A 20A A dispatch dlpatch to the theRappel th theRappel
Rappel l from Rome says ay a that Bread JJrescItht Drec Breadthin
thin tht assassin 8laln of King Humbert has be become become become
come made In consequence consequenc of the ill tiltreatment 1 illtreatment
treatment treateat of his Jailer JailerScott jaleN jaleNHcot jailersScott
Scott Hcot Known KnO of No Consolidation ConsolidationSan ConllhJatlon ConllhJatlonSnFranclsco
San SnFranclsco Francisco April il tIrvlng Irving M MScott 11 11fkot litScott
Scott fkot of the th Union Iron Work dated datedto Itlted Itltedt
to t the Associated AHolelell Press Pre today that t he heknew heInev heknew
knew Inev nothing official regarding reiardln the re reportejftoniGlIdatlon reot renorte4onsolidatlon
portejftoniGlIdatlon of the Union Iron IronWorksTtho IronWork IronVorku
WorksTtho Work Vorku tholath the Bath Iron IOD Work the th New NI NII Newa
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CUBAN COMMISSIN COMMISSINIS coAiio coAiioIS
IS IN WASHINGTON WASHINCTONMet
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Met by Prominent Pronincnt Officials Offcals and Escorted Escoled to toHotel toHotelWill l
Hotel HotelWill Will ViI Visit Visi War V al Department and andWhite andWhite andWhite
White House Tomorrow
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Washington April Apri 24 2fThe The commis commission cOImlft cOImlftsloll connrnissian ¬
sion of five 10 delegates delllales to the th Cuban Cubanconstitutional Cubnnconstutional Cubanconstitutional
constitutional constutional convention consisting consistingof consistng consistngot
of DorniiiEO Dorlnro Mentlez Jendez Capote ClpotP Pedro l dro K KUotancourt I I1etancourt BHotanmcourt
Uotancourt 1etancourt Rafael M 1 PortuondoDlego PortuondoDlegoTnmnyo PortuolllDlego PortuolllDlegoTUlnyo lortuonndoDlegoTannnnyo
Tnmnyo and Pedro Ptdro Oonnales Llorente Llorentewho Ilorentewho LlorenteWho
who were WCI sint stnt to Washington to con confer contlr conifur ¬
fur tlr with the President Prelirient regarding Cuban Cubanrelations Cubarirelationswltln I
relations relationswltln with this countryarrlved cCuntryarrlvel hero herohere herohere herohere
here this morning together tog thlr with wih nn nnInterpreter In InInterpreter aninterpreter
Interpreter und representatives rlllresentnUves of the theHavana thelaanll thehavana
Havana laanll press picesThoy presslhoy uxensllnuy
Thoy were mot at the station stnton by Asst AsstSecy AsetSecy Rst RstSec
Secy Sec of State Hill ll Mat ut Secy of Wnr WnrBanger WnrSanger WmnrBanger
Banger Cnpt CIIt Sawtellc Sltelle and Lieut Over Overton Olerton Overton
ton of the United States itrmy Irl de detailed detaied dotolled ¬
tailed taied for 01 that purpose 11UtllSe and cscortodtto cscortodttotho c cortlltnIho
time Bhorehum 8horehul The delegates conversed conversedwith cOIrsld cOIrsldwith conversedwith
with the tie reception commltteo through throughan
an 11 Interpreter Intetprete though lJuh muni 110at of thorn thornspcnk thll tlitimifltCItk
spcnk tlenk English I lglsh very well ell It 1 was Will stat stated stiltl statLd ¬
ed l < that t arrangements urrongolelts for their visit visitto I lt ltto
to tho President lr sllcnt would bo made through throughthe
the war department departmentdov 11epurtllnt
dov 00 Oo Wood of Cuba also arrived this thismorning thismorning tintsmorning
morning with his family tatnl timid nd took tookapartments tookIpurtmeuta tookapnrtnmnenta
apartments Ipurtmeuta ut II the lUchmond Hchmond Later he hehad hehad hehind
had a conference at lt the war Wil department departmentwith deartnutwith
with Aunt Htcy Sce Sanger He le Kent Ient Ills Illssecretary hil lilasecretary
secretary secretllr to call c1 on the Cuban delega delegation dellgn dellgntlon deiegation ¬
tion to ascertain their desires dlHlreK for the
pet News Shipbuilding Bhlllhuldln and Dry Dock Dockcoran DockCOIIOI Dockcorany
coran COIIOI 1t > and the Crescent shipyards shipyardsSuch ehlJlrds ehlJlrdsSuch
Such n pooling poolng of the shipbuilding shlpbulhlnJ In Interest Intcrc interests ¬
terest tcrc t said Mr tr Scott hun hul been beenspoken bee beenspoken
spoken apllecn of for several years yrl past I1Ht and andperiodical Ilnltperlodlcnl antiperiodieni
periodical reports to the effect ecect that th thdeal thlenl thdeal
deal lenl has been heln consummated con umlated appear In Intho Intho inthe
tho papers but so far as I know noth nothIng nothIng nothing
Ing olllclal olclal has been done In the matter matterrecently matterrecent matterrecently
recently recent and ant 1 would surely sure know If Ifthe Irthe ifthe
the consolidation coneoldfton had been perfected perfectedMr
Mr Scott Bcot saId Alid that ho would be glad gladto
to tell 6el his shipbuilding shlpbullln plant pllnt at any anytime anytlmo anytime
time at lt the right figure flKuroHILLY fluro fluronlr figurefliltLY
HILLY nlr SMITH HMJJJ IB Din DinWns 1rl 1rlWRI JItins
Wns WRI ns Knouknd lnockcll Out Ti In Eighth I I hlh Hound HoundIn onlil onlilII
In II I Conlrsl Coutlt With Wih Jack Hubert HubertLondon 1nhortH 1nhortHLndol RobertLondomn
London Lndol April Apri 21 24Billy fDI Billy Smith the theAmerican theAmerican timeAmnerlean
American pugilist who was lcoeked lcoekedout knocked knockedout
out In the eighth round of a content contentwith contestwith t twith
with Jack Hobcrts for the ISCpound ISCpoundchampionship Iaoundchllmplonshll 120poundchiampiorishnip
championship of England glglant nt the Na National Natonal National ¬
tional tonal Sporting Sportllg club Monday night nightnnd nightIn1 nightand
and In1 who wlo hag lain unconscious In 11 a hos hospltal hosltlllnce InnspItQlrlmnce
pltal pItQlrlmnce morning morningAn mnrnlnH ltlllnce flnce tiled uUJlU Itl 5 L oclock this thismorning thllmnrnlnH thu thunnorning
An inquest Infue t will 1 be held In na n few days daysUoberts IhWRnob daySRoberts
Roberts nob rt the opponent t Of Smith the themanager themanalfPr tinesnannager
manager of the National Spoiling Spoltng club clubthe cul clubthe
the referee nnd the th seconds have sur surrendered surr surrendered ¬
rendered r endcr d to the police policeAltogether 11Iee 11IeeAltoJether voliceAltogether
Altogether AltoJether sir warrants have been beenIssued heln helnIsned beenissued
Issued Isned for the arrest nrre t of persons con connected connectell COlinected ¬
nected with the SnilthPoberts Blliihno erts fight lght no nothe nothe nothe
the charge chlrre of manslaughter manslaughterHACKS tlnslaughter tlnslaughterACHS nnannslatnginterItACES
HACKS AT EPSOM EPSOMAustralian I801r I801rwtrCIRn EISOMttnatrnIian
Australian wtrCIRn Rtnr Stnmrttins Wind WII the City Clt anal nndSuburban nll nlluburhal analStminirlmin
Suburban uburhal HnmllLnp HnmllLnpLondon HnndleRIIondon lhnnhiLaiLondon
London April Apri 2t 2fUnder 21Under Under the Influence Influenceof
of midsummer weather with wih the tem temperature temIleraure ternInerature ¬
perature Ileraure above 70 and the sky uk cloud cloudless cloulless cloudless ¬
less the scenes In London this morning morningclosely morningclosey morningclosely
closely closey resembled reembled Derby day From J rorn an nnearly anelrly anearly
early elrly hour a string slrlnl of vehicles from tho thocosterc thocostcr thecosters
costerc donkey donk harrow harol to the thl fourln fourlnhand CourInhaml fouriniinitntl
hand passed passet bound ount for Epsom I psom Around Aroundthe
the Elephant and Castle easle tho crowds crowdswere crowdswere crordsvere
were so s great greut that It I WOK f Impossible Impossibleto
to cross the ro roads dn Street cam omni omnibuses omll omllhUBes oniniinmnses ¬
buses and Ild vehicles vehlcllH of every ort were weremlvcd weremlve1 weremnnlveth
mlvcd up In Indescribable confusion confusionwhile contusionwhie confusionwinile
while whie cornets coreta and other Instruments Instrumentslent Imtrumenl
lent cheerfulness and animation to the thescene thescene thescone
scene sceneThe scenefhe sconeThe
The city ef and nn suburban ubur an handicap hnldlenp of
2000 20 sovereigns 80erlgls for 3yearolds and IIld up upwaida upnnls upWancis
waida was Wil won on today toluy by Spencer Oo OoInns GolIlna Guiinns
Inns Australian uRhalan Star aenlnst nlnl18t a I field of offifteen offUeen offifteen
fifteen fUeen horscn Ilor cR H 1 J Kings Amurnth Amurnthwas lurth
was 108 jecond ecomnd anti James Jolceys Alves Alvescott Alvescott Aiveseott
cott third The distance dlstnlco was WIR ns about a nmile amile aniiie
mile nnd a quarter Ilulrter This race drew a alarge a alarge
large crowd to the famous tarous race rar courne courneIn COUM COUMIn
In the events flint thlt preceded lreCeded tho th city cityand citynnrIluburbnn cityanti
and nnrIluburbnn suburban on the lays I as card Lester LesterIlelff Lesler1el LesterRitf
Ilelff 1el on the Ita 11 filly won 0 the Ueech Ueechworth Deechworth Ibeecinworth
worth stakes while whie Johnny Helff Iet on onSimon onSimon onSimon
Simon Glover Gover was second to College CollegeQueen Colege ColegeQueen Collegecueen
Queen In the Tadworth Tolwortl plate plateANOTIIKH plaleANOTm plateANOTIIC1t
ANOTIIKH FIOIlTlN PI FlGiITlNHRlChiSltdlThI FlGiITlNHRlChiSltdlThIIamnCernumne lT IS IlKICHSKATH IlKICHSKATHPnnGcrtnnnN m ICISUA1 ICISUA1PalGermnnl
PnnGcrtnnnN PalGermnnl and alil amniChristian Christian ChrIstan Social Socialist Snolll Snolllt Socialisis ¬
ist isis t Hcnow nCIC Their Contest ContestVienna Clnt ContestVienna rAt rAtlenla
Vienna lenla April Apri 24 2tTho Tho PanGermans PanGermansand lnOermans lnOermansnnd
and Christian Chrlston socialists eoclalsts renewed renellCI their theirfight theirfght tlneirfight
fight fght In the relchsrath rlchsrnth thlx thll morning moring and andtho anl anlthe andthe
the sitting Iltllg had to be adjourned Hen HenHcrnerstorfer JeT lionBernerstorfer
Hcrnerstorfer socialist loclalst moved the theabolition then theabolition
abolition n olltlon of the paragraph In the penil penilcode pelal pelalcodc peinnicode
code providing punishment IIInl8111ent for < rltlclsm rltlclsmof rltclAI
of members Icmbers of the Imperial Imperlil family Cnmly iu iunertlng I IIertnl tusetting
setting that the paragraph plragrllh debarred n ncampaign ncllmpalgn acampaign
Iertnl
campaign against clericalism clerlcRHI and was wasspecially wasIlleclay wasspecially
specially obnoxious because It I prevent prevented ¬
Illeclay ed criticism crllclRm of the thl recent net of Arch Archduke Archduke rcin rcinduke ¬
duke Francis Ferdinand I the heir ap apparent alpnent apparent ¬
parent In II accepting nccol1tlg tho patronage l1trnngc of ofthe oCtbe ofthe
the Austrian Au tlBI Catholic Cntholc Schools associa association nasoclnon assoclalion ¬
lion on and nnclln In delivering delvcrlng nn In address fllresl which whichwas wllih wllihwas winiihivas
was Interpreted Illcflreted an Ol an attack on Pro Protestantism Prolestantsm Protestamitismfl ¬
testantism testantismThe lestantsm The Bpeakcr6 remarks remnrkl occasioned occasionedsuch ocraalonpdsuch
such a wild I1J tJ uproar Ullrar that tha tho president presidentsuspended Ilresidenteuspended iresidenitsuspended
suspended the session sessionSecretary sCllslonSccretRrr sessIonSecretary
Secretary Ongn ORJO llnys 118 Homl HomlWashington Illl IlllWuhlngton BoiihWashtngton
Washington April prl 21The tThe woretnty woretntyof fletnr fletnrot y yof
of the treasury treaury today bought bough H2SOOO H2SOOOshort SO 125000short
short term 4 per cent bonds nt 11XM3 11XM3Tire 13 11303lire 3Z 3Zrlre
Tire In IMaliivlcxr llalllc Net NclPlatnvlew XcI XcIIlalnVleI NetPlainview
Platnvlew IlalnVleI Neb eb April Apri 2lFlre 2II lre this thismornlnR thismornl tintsmorning
morning mornl destroyed dpltroed half the business businesssection bualneeectlfn businesssection
section eectlfn of the town Lou 135000 50 Elev Eleven ¬
en business blnels places and In1 two residences residenceswere
were lre burned burnedNIHWASKA burnedNlmlRHA burnedNEIlittHiCA
NIHWASKA NlmlRHA AGAINST OALLAHAN OALLAHANTho QUIllN QUIllNThe
The Jury VUlla IAI8 isitsCmndalny Cudaliji Ilah Hcsldciico HcsldciicoIn IcMllence IcMllenceIn
In Omaha OmahaOmaha Olaha OlahaOmaha OnnialnaOmaha
Omaha Neb April Apri 24 24he 24Tine The ca case e of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the state against James Jnm s Callahan was wasbriefly wnsbrlety washriefly
briefly brlety presented to the tle jury by Coun County County Cointy ¬
ty Attorney Atorey Shields this morning and andKrtward andJnward antiEtiward
Krtward Jnward T 1 Cudahy one on of the central centralflcures centrlllfJre centralflirircs
flcures fJre In the th kidnapping kldnpplng Incident took tookthe tok tokthe tookthe
the stand Ilarll Mr lr Shields said that tht the thextafe thetaie thestafe
xtafe would eek to Identify Iden lt Callahan Callahanas enJahan
as 1 one Ol of the men who holn In the guise gulieof
of a a Parpy 5ary county cunty official etlzed young youngCudiby youngCudaby ounl
Cudiby In front of his home He le will vlhfurthtr willfurther II
I further furter endeavor endcavor to how that Callahan C1ahan
day 1 In 11 order that he might Ilght bo b able to
act as their escort tcor elth either r to tl the Whltu Shmi
Hou IouM house > or the tht war department tepmtlQot Whie
len 1 en Wood has no In direct Information InformlltlOI
from Gen Whltosldo mgnrdlng Igatlng the there ic re
ported Jort d troubles at lt Santiago but before
he left Cuba CUIJl ho had been hell ndvlcwd 1lvlled by
lien < 01 Wlilteslde Whieside that Party PlT utilfo MtrtO was Wil
making Some Ilme trouble In tlmt thlt niunlclml nlnldlJt
Ity Iy nnd that tllt disorders dlHor erl might ml ht be 11 an rn ¬
ticipated during tine
tklpLte thl spring eleotlooi eleltoll In
othei BoctloiiH sctons of the Island Isllnd Aft After r that th
however It h usual tl
oipceted Olpccte that the UMU UtU
trnnaulllty trnqult of the Island will 1 tw l r rsumed ie iemmmcii
sumed sumedThe sumedThl mmmciiTint
The delegates daJtlntes remained remlined at their ho ¬
tel telmost most of the morning mor In Quite tlul a 3 mun munuer Illn
bet of olllclals oleials culled Including Inclulllg inclini I rig A lset I t
Bcy See Hill ll for the state department departmentnnd delJullcnt delJullcntInll
nnd Inll Avit AIt Beoy Bangor Slnlor for tho war
department nt who left let cards Individually
Jndlldualy
for inch member of the delegation deleJutlon
When Whel inquiry was WIS made Inle of Mr I Ta Tamayo Tnmao F Fminayo
mayo ono of the delegates as to the theplans theIIIuIs tInelilalis
plans IIIuIs of the thl party furty he h answered un Wered that thatthe thattw thattine
the tw delegation Ileleaton felt It would be die discourteous dls10urteouM diecourteous ¬
courteous to enter entlr upon 11101 a discussion discussionof
of their business hllue H before they Ihe had hld called calledon
on the secretary FecrctaT of war warArrangements wlr wlrArrnnJemontH warArrangennomits
Arrangements ArrnnJemontH have been 1Jen made lade at the thewar Ihawlr tinewar
war wlr depart department men t by h which the thl secretary secrutaryof Slerltlry Slerltlryof
of war wlr will wi receive the delegation delelaton at U Uoclock 1 Itoclock I
oclock Idock tomorrow morning lornlng amid lll probably probablywort pobably probahtiyeseort j je
wort e that time them ther to the White Whie HOURC JOUHC about abouttlmt aboutthnt aboutthat
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utood guard over the boy In the houso housoon
I on drover street streetE
E A h i Cudahy Cldlhy was then called to tile thostand the tilestand
I stand but had hlil not proceeded prceedt to tine thastatenifnt th thI tinestateniment
I statenifnt stateilent of any Important facts when
h ht < was IIS Interrupted InterruptCI by b a Jury recess rcces 1
The fhl twelve men len were conducted In II a acniryali aIat aatryahl
cniryali Iat tal to the Cudahy residence and nndI
I thence Ihelc along the thl We West t Center street streetroad Btreetrond streetroad
road which Mr lr Cudnhy had traversed traversedwith trocrs1wi
with wi h the moo 25000 ransom r 1 Wi After A rter a visit VIBIt
to the house on drover street the jury I Iretuled
returned retuled to the court room rom and Mr
CulahyV Ca Jahys testimony will wi be continued contnued
this afternoon afternoonMHH afernoon afternoonMh114 I
MHH IS NtTiiN NATION IS IN COURT COUUTHho COUlT COUlTHho COURTRho
Hho ninth 01 Three hre Oilinr Olhlt CniMidnrs Crl lldfrl Uo Uo1iiho HoII Re1iso
1iiho II O to nitc fm Halt HaltWichita 1111 ihittiWichita
Wichita Wlchln Kan Iln April Apri 24Mrs 24Mrl Carrie CarrloNation Clrrlo ClrrloNation CarrieNntion
Nation Mrs Irs Lucy Iuc Wllhlte Wlhle Mrs Julia JuliaIdvons Jula JulaI JuhiniRain
Rain I vans and Mrs lrA LydIa Iydll Muntz ap appeared IIPIlenred mtpIleared ¬
peared before Judge Ju ge D M I Dale this thlimorning thisrnorulng thismorning
morning In the district 11strlrt court anti failed failedto tulerl tulerlto
to give bonds They The occupy one foil el ch1
In common in tho county cOlnt Jail antI 011 will tihlnmafl
remain nmafl I ln Jhcre IhereUnt until a bonA bomm for t M > MWi wi h
Is I approved epPoved or orunt until thKtrlal tIItrJnl thetriaine Jor fnt artml thlW
May Mn ro term of court c url Mrs Nation Nntont NntionfmIil filleJ lJ I
to secure local bondsmen and nntHho tho ether eiher
throe thlt refused to se sllk seek k Imnds 1 1dl saying ljl1
thnt a an they the accompanied acOnplnlt Mm Ir Nation Nationon Nnton Nntonon
on her smashing tour they will wil not notde notdesert de desert dosert ¬
sert her now nowWhen IW IWWhw nowSlmemi
When the thl Judge committed comlnltellher her she shesaid MhePlld sinesaid
said Plld God bless you OU and unit bring you oU
to repentance repentanceTHE rep repentanceTIlE ntnncf ntnncf11JBII
+ t
THE 11JBII LUESinKXTS Sl NJS VISIT VISITlovernor YIS YISocrnOI VISEIGoverliol <
Goverliol lovernor niul a I I Mayor Still Sti Busy Dus Ar Arranging ArIl Arsmaligftig
ranging Il Il I A Dutnlls DutnllsAs Jelnls JelnlsAs
As n result of tho thnoeomnferenee conference t renc between betweenthe bot ween weenIhe
the governor govror nnd mayor Iayor yesterday af afternoon afternoon aftermioun ¬
ternoon with wih regard to tl th the entertain entertainment entertainment emntertulnmmment ¬
ment of President lrsldtmt McKinley Mcl lnley when he hevisits hevisits hevisIts
visits Salt Lake Ilk a I telegram teleJtr was sent sentto Int etntto
to Secretary Cortelyou to ascertain the thaPresidents thePresidents theIresldents
Presidents wishes before any definite definitearrangements dellnlo dellnloarrnnncmrnis definitearrangements
arrangements are lre made It 1 IH expect expected C11Ilct ¬
ed d that thl a reply will wi be received from tror
Mr rr Cortelyou COltelyou today tota and In that event eventanother eventnnother eventanother
another meeting will wi be held this after afternoon attcrnoon afternoon ¬
noon when preliminary lmlaary arrangements arrangementswill
will be bl made madeNo mndeNo madeNo J
No reply rlJI has his yet et been received rcelld to tothe toIhe totine
the Joint meesaue sent by ly the governor governornnd governoranl
nnd anl mayor aor to Secretary SecretaI Cortelyou re regarding regnnlng toganhing ¬
garding gnnlng President McKlnleys MctlnleY1 pleasure pleasurewhen pleasurowhen pleasurewhen
when ho visits vl8l Salt Sal Lake rlle Tho two twoexecutives twoIxeeuUvel twoexecutives
executives IxeeuUvel nnd 111 the district ditrict attorney attorneywere nttorey nttoreywere
were In conference again this
aRlln ths after afternoon ltter afternoon ¬ f
noon non but can an arrange arrango nothing definite definitely dennlteI ¬
ly I I till til MV I Cortelyou Is heard from fromMY CromJRY fromIRY
MY JRY CANYON SCOUUEI SCOUUEICommissioner SCOUUECOllllsslol SCOUIIEConniunntssioner
Commissioner COllllsslol r Wcslorflelil wriell Finds Xo XoDead 10 10lenl No1ead
Dead lenl Carcasses Cnrcsscs rfler lucre ns Iteiiortctl IteiiortctlLand t tLnd
Land Lnd and 1111 Water Commissioner Comml lonfr Wes Wcstcrfleld Westerneld Westterfleid
tcrfleld had hat one ole of his deputies eputes and andOlllcer IIndOlcer andOillcer
Olllcer Olcer Sperry scouring Dry Dr canyon non nil nilday nl allday
day da on horseback He does oes not claim claimthnt claimthnt claimthat
thnt their action Icton was wa analogous nnatoGUf to tothat o othat Qthat
that of napotlo IlIpOlo or Ivory soap In cleans cleantItiK cle1 cleansimig
ItiK hll the peoples play ground rrounrl of the thefetid IbeMid thefetid
fetid smells pmels arising nlslng from tror roan the decaying decayingbodies decayingbodIes
bodies bdies of tint dead ded cattle eall In the glen Jlea but buthe buthe bmntins I
he does claim caim that his deputies deputes scoured scouredthe uret
the hills bis all ni day a long and ant discovered discoveredneither dlscoerf discoverodnneitimer
neither 1lther sign nor shadow of living Ihlnl Lout beautoutside Loutout beastoutside
outside out lde the noble nIII noinl animals anlml they bestrode bestrodeAi IItrOe IItrOeAI
Ai to the putrid putril carcasses carcalIe the worthy worthycommissioner worthycommluloner worthycommIssIoner
commissioner has hR reported repro their pres prescnco preAcnce prescnn
cnn to the health h llh board brd ns being bing wIth nllhIn wIthin lh lhIn
In the city ciy limit lmi nnd It Is now up to tothat tothat totinat
that body to dispose Il fl81 of tine tho dead tPlld anti animals 111 antimains ¬
mains 11111 as In Its Is wisdom wildor It shall shal see fit fitnnd n fitant
ant restore re tore the thl canyon to Its Is it pristine pristinepurity lrllUnepurl Inclinepurity
purity purl as a 1 plcnlclng plare for the peo people menlIe ¬
particular lIe In general Jlnera1 and ant school children chidrn In Inparticular Innrtlular liiparticular
particularMr nrtlular
Mr rr WesterfleM WltlrfeJ1 has had a hard task taskIn
In trying to keep keII the canyon cOIHon from to tocoming htcmtll li licoining
coming cmtll bfouled by b the cattle ratle of the theHI theNtHktflCfl
HI NtHktflCfl < > Kmcii who leased lestl all al the land ad adJoining ndjulnll adjinmnig
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