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Insurgents Attack Abra de Hog Garrison
While at Breakf st Repeat Samar
Tactics Splendidly Repulsed
Manila Nov 11 MaJ William It
Pitcher of the Eighth regiment of In
fantry commanding1 the Mlndoro ex
pedition reports that the garrison of
Abra de Iloff was attacked yesterday
by a force of Insurgents commanded
by Lena Cos The Filipinos apparent
ly attempted to repeat the Samar tac
tics but tho Americans who were
breakfasting fully armed completely I
routed the Insurgents who left five men I
dead on the field each having n ride
and ammunition One American was
seriously wounded
Capt Noyes of the Thirteenth In
fantry commanding a detachment of
fifty men has captured a deserter
named Rlchter of the Sixth artillery
wearing tho uniform of an Insurgent
MaJ Pitcher says ho recently cup
tured three olllcers and a largo part
of an Insurgent company all fully
armed It Is believed the Insurgents
recently received an illicit supply ot
munitions of war
Catbaloffan Island of Samar Nov 11
Tho Insurgents are Hocking north
ward They we suffering greatly from
famine Many Isolated bolomen have
surrendered Only fear caused by Luk
bans proclamation threatening with
death those who surrender prevents a
general submission df the Insurgents
but It expected that this will be se
cured In a few days
I Utahs Latest 409000 Factory Will Commence Its Maiden Run at
6 p mFirst Carload Will be Shipped Thursday Division
Of TerritoryAmong the Three Institutions
Special to tho News
Logan Utah Nov ItTho new sug
ar factory at Loran Is all In readiness
for operation and the start Is set for
6 oclock this evening It had been
intended to commence this mornlni
but a few slight hitches occurred which
will delay tho start several hours Hun
I David Hcclcs whose money and enter
prise have built the factory Is expected
1o be present the cost ot tho factory
to date Is estimated to have been be
tween JMfrOOO and 100000 The first
cur load of sugar will be shipped on
Thursday and has already bccen pur
chased by the Cache Valley Mercantile
company of this city The sales of the
I Logan factory will be made through
Joseph Geoghcgan of Salt Lake las
> ame broker who handles the Lehl and
Ogden product no that these Is a per
fect understanding between the thVoe
Institutions us to the localities In which
each shall sell
The scene around tho factory today
Is a most animated one Although 15
000 tons of beets have already been re
ceived a long procession of wagons
loaded with boceu Is to be seen on the
roads leading to the plant and It Is
estimated that 10WO toils more will be
delivered a total of 25000 tons from
vhtch the company expect to obtain at
least COWOOO pounds ot sugar
I Prominent Residents in Vicinity of Twelfth South Present a For
mal Application to he Board of County Commis ¬
sioners This Morning
Joseph W Bummerhays Royal B
Tounjr John M Cannon and D W
Ashton appeared before the board of
county commissioners this morning
and presented a formal application for
I the Incorporation of Forest Dale The
commissioners will take a census of
Forest Dale to ascertain whether or
not It has the requisite 390 Inhabitants
after which It will be In order to pre
sent a petition signed by a majority
of the electors
The proposed boundaries of the new
city are a line twelve feet north of the
south line of Twelfth South street on
the north a line twelve feet south of
the north line of Thirteenth South on 1
tho south all but tho easternmost eight
feet of the county road running diag
onally cast of Eleventh East street on
the cast and all but tho westernmost
eight feet of Filth Boat street on the
west The area embraced Is about a
mile square
Ministerial Association at Its Weekly Meeting Today is Said to
Have Not Been Unanimous Regarding the Course Taken by
The Preacher in His Utah Campaign
The Ministerial association held Its
usual meeting In the Y M C A par
lors this morning and after a paper on
Paul the Tent Maker by Rev Frank
Barnett of the East Side Baptist
church the ministers had a spirited
discussion of Rev Nutting and his mis
Irfnary work In Utah
Sam of the ministers are not at all
certain that Rev Nutting Is doing any
good In this state and though very re
tlcent Indeed on the subject It was
stated that some resolutions were pro
posed this morning In Indorsement of
ev Nutting and his work and that
these resolutions were very energetical
ly and vigorously opposed by certain of
the ministers
The paper on Paul the Apostle and
tent maker was dealt with In n manner
to show that the custom of paying
preachers of the gospel was In exist
ence at that early date and that It was
Justified by the original apostles
Rev Dr Paden stated that same wo
man he nor any of the other ministers
could remember her name Is In Salt
hake circulating a petition to Congress
asking that body to pass n Constitu
tional amendment against polygamy
Dr Paden saId that he believed that
nil the ministers signed It but not as
the association
fnmbcr Meet Behind Clewed Doors
to IJllicnfo mill Consider Evidence
Vahlngton Nov nAt 10 oclock
day Admiral George Dewey and Rear
Admiral Uenham and Admiral Ramsay
composing the Schley court ot Inquiry
met at their quarters In the McLean
building behind closed doors and began
the discussion and consideration of evi
dence brought forward In the Investiga
tion concluded last week
The sittings of the court are to be
strictly secret Their present plan Is
to hold dally sessions from 10 to halt I
past 12 oclock adjourning at the latter I
hour for the day though this arrange I
ment may be changed aa the work of
the ody progresses
Admiral Dewey said after today1 ses
sion that as yet he could not foretell
how long It would lie before the court
would be ready with Its findings HA
pointed out that It had taken nearly
eight weeks of searching examination
to produce the material In hand and
that tho court would not be expected
to draw Its conclusions In a hurry
When asked It the work was divided
In the Interest of expediency among
the members of the court the admiral
Raid No we rte working together u
a court should
C 13 Shun A Miner Shot Him At
Since liMbo Today
Spokane Wash Nov llEugene
Klelu time keeper for the Standard
mine was murdered In the company
office at Mace Idaho about 8 oclock
this morning C B Snuff a miner
was dissatisfied with the lime check
given to him Saturday This morning
he wcnt to the Standard office with a
rifle drove out u bystander shot Klein
and fled toward Gem The bullet struck
Klein near the heart and he died a few
minutes later Posses were quickly
formed and the mine employes joined
In the chae after nhuff
lie was caught near Gem and Is now
In the Wallace Jail
To Consider Vllllary Iostn
Washington Nov nThe secretary
of War has ordered to be convened In
Washington November Z5 a very Im
portant hoard of army officers of high
rank for the purpose of considering sev
cml matters connected with the army
particularly regarding tho military
posts and reservation The board
consists of Lieut Gen Nelson A Miles
Maj < Jens John It Brook Elwell S
Otis S M II Young Arthur MacAr
thur Brig Gens John C IHtes Georfra I
M Randall and Wm A Kobbe Tho
order direct the board to consider the I
rCMfttnn the location and i1l trlt > u
Uon of mlllUry poet required for thiS
proper accommodatldn Instruction and
maintenance of tho army The board
shall make recommendations 1111 to what
posts shall be abandoned or retained
which should be enlarged and to whit
extent nnd the location size and char
acter of such now posts an may be
necessary with a due regard to the
proper distribution of the different arms
of the service based upon strategic
sanitary and economical considerations
The board also will formulate and sub
mit a project for the location and sur
vey of sites for four permanent camp
grounds of Instruction of the regular
army and state national guard together
with the probable cost of the sites and
wih them In condition
the expense of putting conl
llelue Tho findings
lion for such camp grounds fnd
Ing of thin board will bo reported to
Congress by the secretory of war Thla
order does not apply to the Ben coast
fortifications which are under control
of the board of fortlflcrttlonn
Navvoll 0 Rnthlnirn Arrested
Louisville Ky Nov llNowell C
Rathburn who was supposed to ha
Iled of morphine poisoning In Jeffer
honvlllw Intl lust week ad arrested
here today He was In the uniform Pi
a soldier and vvhnn taken to the city
hall admitted that ho was Ruthburn
Chief uf bDtfctlvis Sullivan says he 10
convinced the man Is Rathburn
Callltml Leaves Mytllcno
London Nov 1 4 p mA special
dispatch from Paris says Admiral Call
fronllarl sys
lardH squadron left the Island of Mytl
len this morning
1urtlqllkcH In Armenia
Constantinople Nov llEaVthquako
shocks continue to be felt at Hrjieroum
Armenia There have been many cos
unities The foreign consuls have Joined
the Inhabitants and are living In tents
Chief Police MttKlntriito Dead
London Nov 11The death Is an
nounced of Sir Franklin Lunhlngton
chief of police magistrate for London
He was born In IE 13
Cnpt Carter Files Answer
Savannah Oa Nov 11In the
United States court today former
Capt Oberlln M Carter Died an answer
to the proc dlnl of the government
to recover ironij now In loLes lon oj
the excajitnln nnd Ills friends >
states that the money Is hi and that
lie has defraudd no one He contend
that his disbursements wfcro ptsacd up
on by those higher In authority than
himself when they were made and that
the government cannot proceed against
money him In the manner I had to take his
To tho President A > alnst tho Arrest
of Santiago iKlcalftn
Washington Nov 11 Samuel Gomp
cr president ot the American Federa
tion of Labor protested to the Presi
dent today against the arrest of San
tiago Iglesias who was gent to Porto
Rico by the American Federation to
reorganize the workingmen of the Is
land Mr Igletlas was arrested according
cording to a cablegram received from
him by Mr Gompera as he stepped
ashore nt San Juan He was plc d
In Jail The nature of the charge
against him Is not known President
Roosevelt Immediately rent an Inqulr
to Governor Hunt as to the cause ot
the all t
Suicided wjtlr Cnrbnllo Acid 1I
LouUvtllc Ky Nov 11 William
Simpson u salesman for Zclnmelster
Brothers wholesale grocers committed
suicide In a law otllce here today by
drinking carbolic acid when confront
ed with a shortage of JlCOO Zein
mclHtur way telephoning to New Al
bany where Simpson lived Investigat
ing a claim that two men whom Simp
son named would settle his shortage
when ho took the fatal drink
Voting nIl Alabama Constitution
nirmlngham Ala Nov 11The fore
noon returns for the election ot the
ratification or rejection o the new con
stltutlun show that tho negroes arc
stuton almost solidly against rat Inca
ton The antiDemocratic counties are
pulling I tollJ vote figaliist ratification
but the ratlflcatlonlsts still claim they
Will carry the state by 20009 to 40009
Montgomery Ala Nov 11In the
election lieu on the ratltlcatlon of Elsa
new constitutional amendment the ne
troes arc voting more generally than
was anticipated and taking an active
jiart The white vote for the new con
utltutlon Is larger than had been expected
Wu Not Invited Columbia
New York Nov 11 Trustees of the
Columbia university said today there
was no truth In the story that Chinese
Minister Wu had been offered tho chair
of Chinese language and literature and
said the matter had not come before
the board ot trustees In any way
Francis S Hangs one of the board said
It was not within the range of proba
bility that the Chinese minister would
accept because In the first place he
would have to expatriate himself and
second the salary of the professorship
probably not more than HOOO would
hardly be acceptable to a man of Mr
Wus station
Gnu Cylinder J Kxplodrs
Uhlladelphla Nov nA gas cylinder
of the Llbcty Chemical company ex
ploded this afternoon severely Injurlnj
Miss A M Grebe Miss Anna Grebe
Miss Kato Drexler Miss Stella MacU
and Edward Woyamlt The girls were
at work on the second floor and Jumped
to save tlHr lives Wewandt was the
engineer and was badly hurt by the
force of the explosion The building
was wrecked Loss estimated at ISOOOO
Comment on Lodge Speech
London Nov 11The Pall Mall Gazette
zette thin morning referring to tho
speech made by Senator Lodge at Bos
ton on Saturday last says
I as believed Mr Lodges speech
reveals the mind of president Reese
v 1 thla country will have nothing to
complain of The Isthmian business will
be settled next year In a manner hon
orable and satisfactory to both coun
tries which means we presume that
America will get her own WRY In the
matter The Monroe doctrine Is to be
sternly upheld by a great navy If need
be This Is In the Interest it peace
As the Monroe doctrine does not affect
that part of the Arnerlcan continent
which belongs to tho lirltith empire tb
announcement will cauie no friction
Cracker Makers Meet
Cincinnati 0 Nov 11 Representa
tives of about seventyfive Independent
cracker baking firms In all parts of the
United States met here today The
meetings are secret The Invitation
was Issued by the Union Biscuit com
pany of St Louis Mr llartwell
Grubbs ot that company called the
meeting to order No authoritative
statement of the purposes of the meet
Ing has been made by any of the repre
sentatives present except that I Is not
to make war asMnst the biscuit trust
Still extraordinary precautions were
taken to exclude representatives of the
I firms tult company telonsins to the National 1
Another of the Fort Leavenworth
EscapesShot Down
< llcr and Clllxcni Iluvc Plan ni
rountrrn VHIi Them Are head
Inc for Indian Territory
Inn s City Mo Nov 11 Another
of the convicts fleeing from the military
tary prison at Fort Leavenworth was
laid low this morning near Qucnemo
forty mIke southwest from the peni
tentiary when Lawrence Lewis white
aged 20 was fatally wounded receiving
a bullet In the back while attempting
to escape from the city marshal of that
place This makes 1 total of thirteen
prisoners captured fillip thc outbreak
on Wednesday last IcUvlnj thirteen
still at large To date tlirvo of the mu
tinous convicts have boon killed and
five Includlif tMtowho yesterday
made a captive t BherlK Cool of To
pekn and then escaped have been
woundwi Lewis death will make the
fourth fatality
A horde of armod men arc today
nsarchlng for tho captors of Cook and
It oecms Impossible that they can get
awiiy Reinforced by the weapons tak
en fiom the Woostor house und from
the olllcers they are well prepared
however to makQ 1 fltrce tight They
are desperate men and unless tho
wounds received ytatcrday prove seri
ous I la believed they will not be taken
alive Other posses ate said to be pur
suing two different gangs within ilfty
sullen of the penitentiary und further
captuies are looked fr during the day
Lawrence Lewis the convict tibet to
day waS received atlbo penitentiary
In October JSOO under a five year Ken
tcnce for larceny Lewis was sur
rounded In the timber near Quenemo
Ho was Ordered to surrender but re
fused and attempted to escape Officer
Alexander shot him on the run bring
ing him to the ground Bleeding pro
fusely and mortally wounded Lewis
was taken to the city marshals ofllce
where ho will bo held awaiting the ar
rival of authority from Port LeaVen
Worth to rtmovo him
From the descriptions received War I
den McClauphry believes that the two I
I captors of Sheriff Cook I were Arthur I
Hewitt white and Lon Sutherland a
I part Indian Hewittand tank Tho I
r on were ringleaders In the outbreak
I find the vvardun today Increased the reo
ward for their capture
Hewitt and Sutherland were both
serving five years for larceny Hewitt
Is 2S years old while putlicrland Is but
1 e p > V
18s >
Topeka Ian Nov nWith th3 ex
ception of the one escaped convict cap
tured at Quenemo Kansas the ten or
a dozen convicts known to have been
In this vicinity for tho past two days
are etlll at large altnough officers and
posses of citizens have had seceial en
counters with them After the exciting
events of yesterday the city und county
officers of this city have become
thorourhly aroused Today they are
bending every energy to overhaul those
known to be In hiding within a radius
of thirty miles of Topeka and It Is believed
lieved several will be captured before
A special to the State Journal from
Alma Kansas snyr
The three convicts who stoe the wa
gon fram farmer Martin at Rock Creek I
and later stole two horses near Wame
go met some young men near McFur
land Sunday afternoon and In an ex
change of shots killed a horse ridden
by one of the ma named Graves The
convicts escaped and were next seen
at Alma at S30 Sunday night when
the three rode down the main street
of the town nnd headed south They
were mounted on two horses one horse
carrying two of the convicts They
were regarded with suspicion but no
one tried to stop them At tho farm
of Charles Schwanke four miles south I
of Alma they stole two more horses
and went on toward the south I Is
supposed that this gang of convicts la
the same that was headed off by the
nofsc which went to Manhattan last
Friday The pang returned castwasj
for the purpose of crowing the river
at the RoRflVlllc bridge I Is supposed
that they ore now heading for the In
dlnn territory
Capt Jackson of the federal prison
at Lenvenworth with six of the federal
prison fuanl left Topeka at 1065 this
moraine on the Santa Fe to go to
Osage City to irt ahad of these thre3
convicts two white and one back A
posse in chargo Of a deputy sheriff of
Wabaunte county also left Alma this
morning and are In pursuit of them
KIXKI 1000
For Furnlniln 11 Service Kxnnt
fustian Questions In Advance
Chicago Nov 11 Pamuel C Katncr
and n It Loveles charted with fur
nishing civil service examination ques
tions to police candidates In advance
were fined 11000 each by Judge Necly
today A new trial was granted David
n Weber the other alleged conspirator
Correspondence llPtween M IloWltio
anti Czarnn Occasion nf Its Opening
Washington Net liThe complete
correspondence between M De Wltle
the Russian minister of finance and his
Imperial majesty tho czar on thct OP
ca lon o the opening of the Trans
Siberian railroad hiss been received by
cable lions M De Wltte by M Rout
kowskl financial agent of the Russian
government at Oils capital M De
Wlttes cablegram follows
On the occasion of the opening of
temprir tram on the Chinese Cut
er railroad I hove sent to his ma
jesty the emperor the following tele
Irl the nineteenth of Mar Hit
your Imperial majesty personally laid
the fltM link of the great TransSiber
Inn railroad Today on the anniver
sary of the accession of your majesty
to the thrne the track of the Chinese
Iirtcrn 11111 has l > wn completed
With heart full of Joy I dan to pre
sent to your majesty my faithful and
loyal congratulations on the occasion
of that historic event By laying the
relic for n dltance of more than J < W
vents 0 miles from the Trans
D lkl to Vladlvottock and Port Ar
thur the construction of our railroads
In Manchuria In the rough way or
viurrt has been completed tfcarvtly
four y art bare Upsd ilna the bu
ginning of the work on this section and
riivOistnjiJIiiK the extraordinary
ik lilit which have been encounletert
ond the destruction of the greater part
of the railroad last year the temper
ty trcllle can be opened now I all th
linn 1 hope that two years from now
1 the works that remain from the de
failt completion of the TransSlberla
rilrond will be finished and regular
truIU will lo opened
Hie majesty deigned to honor ma
wth the
following answer
wih thank you sincerely for your Joy
ful communication I congratulate
you on the completion within so short
u time and amid extraordinary dllllcul
ill of a railroad which constitute one
of the greatest undertakings of the en
tire world I
Cnpl Cnrlutfl CIHC Advanced
Washington Nov 11The United
StftUs Supreme Court today advanced
the habeas corpus case of Capt Ober
lln M Carter on Its docket and an
nounced that It will be heard on the
cccond of December next
IlTNliliiitliil Appointment
Washington Nov llTho President
today made tho following appoint
War Thomas Strobe quartermaster
rank of captain Robert W Thompson
second lieutenant Infantry Win t
Bessell captain In Porto Rico provisional
ional regiment Infantry
StatcCharleg W Herdllska district
of Columbia consul at Kingston
Charles V Herdllska appointed con
sul at Kingston Jamaica was until re
cently < u Mtary of legation at Vienna
lnrAlnl Djnamltc 1 BUlk Vim It
Oreen burg Pa Nov 11 TJurglars
dynamited the vault of tho Smlthton
National bunk last night hut were un
able to get Into the safe where 17OOU
was deposited They only secured H
I The concussion partially wrecked thu
I building
I To Alter German Commercial LUVVH
New York Nov l News reaches
London from Berlin to the effect that
representation arc being made to the
German minister of comtnerco us to
the necessity of Immediate alterations
In the cnmerelnlllws enabling manu
facturers and others Interested In an
industry to combine and regulate the
markets under certain condition suyi
the Tribunes London correspondent
These representations It Is undcrstoou
are due to the belief that Americas
capitalists are endeavoring to acquln
controlling Interests In undertaking
havLif buslncts relating with the state
und derlreto defeat them
President IH Urged to Recommend
Ono to CoiiKrcfiR
Washington Nov 11 Elliott Dur
and Laverne Noyes and several other
Chicagoans representing the National
Business league today presented to the
President a memorial urging him to
recommend In his message to Congress
the establishment of a department of
commerce and Industries and also the
tcorgunizatlon of the consular service
The President said It would be mani
festly Improper for him to tell what ho
would recommend In his message but
assured the members of the delegation
that any suggestions they might make
would receive grave consideration
t Thedelegation also inVited the Prcsl
Mnt to attend a banquet to be taken In
hIS honor dUrltiK the winter by the as
sociation The President expressed his
appreciation of the Invitation but said
ho could not accept It at this time The
President has been tendered similar In
vitations from organizations In various
cities but thus far has not seen his
way clear to accept any of them
Representative Uoutelle of Illinois to
day arranged for a future conference
with the President on the subject of the
abrogation of the treaty of 1817 with
Great Britain by which the building of
war vessels on the Great Lakes Is pro
hibited Mr Boutellc is much interest
ed In this subject He says there are a
dozen or more of the great ship yards
on the Great Lakes and that the antiquated
quated treaty of 1817 prevents them
from sharing the work of building
smaller vessels of the navy with the I
seaboard ship yards
President Roosevelt has not yet been
able to find a team of horses to his Ilk
Ing He has tried at least a dozen
pairs but all of there have had some
defect The hostler of the White House
stables returned from a trip to Balti
more where h visited the horse market
but found no suitable horses with long
tails The President Is opposed to the
practice of docking the tails of horses
and will not consider the purchase of
bangtailed animals no matter what
other qualifications they may have
To Rescue the Sun
Pckln Nov 11In conformity with a
notice which the foreign office sent to
the legations all the Chinese officials In
the capital gathered today at the board
of rites to resdue the sun which was
suffering from a partial eclipse Tho
rescue was accomplished by prostra
tions the burning of Incense and the
beating of drums A few foreigners
for the first tlms In history were per
mitted to witness the ceremony
On n l t > WrHt Indlc Onnlon
Washington Nov 11The projected
treaty of cession of the Danish West
IndIes to the United States is not Pi
well advanced ns it was hoped would
he the cuse nt this time I Is now
doubtful whether the treaty will be
completed In time to submit to Con
Kress when It reassembles next month
rrLtl Iav appear to have arisen
through the last change In the ministry
at Copenhagen the state department
practlrallv having reached an agree
trent with Hit Danish government on
the treaty in fact all questions of
large rlnclo having been adjusted
when tht intrv Into power of a new
ministry not well disposed toward the
treaty made It necessary to begin the
work all over again While tho nc
I ROtlHtlonx are proceeding they have I
not reached a point where It can bo I
pr dlrted with certainty that a treaty
will result The Issues do not tourh
the brlce to be paid so much as to tho 1
conditions as to the future of the cit
izenship ot the Danish West Indies l
I sought to be Imposed by Denmark The
United States desires a simple treaty
and one that will leave It at perfect
1 liberty to deal wkh the Islands without
ant restrictions
Conenh Bn Nov 11The premier
Dr Dountttr In an Interview today on
the nublerl of tTie negotiations for the
tale of the Danish West Indies Is quot
ed AR paying thit the Washington and
London dispatches declaring that the
Hands have hln sold to tho United
States for U000000 with the under
MnnitK that trip Inhabiting are to be
I tranted cltn hlp ond free trade aN
Incorrect The negotiations
ntKolatlnn Are pro
grcMlnff but the result cannot be defi
nitely predicted
An Illinois Hnnk Ilurclnrlicd
Springfield llli Nov nThe bank
of Chatham n Chatham this county
wan entered early today by burglar
who blew open the safe and secured
110 The burglars escaped on a hand
Congressman B t Caldwoll Is almost
thv exclusive owner ot the bank I
Mayor = Elect Intimates That a Reform Move
ment is to Be instituted Under New J I
V 8Ie
Regime Slot Machines Running 101
Special to tho News
Ogden Nov MayorKlvct Gas
mann has toda mailed
today maied a communica
tion to the recently elected members of
t e city council asking them to make no
pledges In the matter of appointments
as the policy as outlined In the Re
publican platform upon which they
were elected was for the cutting down
of expenses generally With this end In
view It Is said that there will be I big
change and Incidental cutting down of
I the victors spoils generally to the ex
tent that several municipal officesmay
he consolidated whIle others will bo K
abolished or
nbolhe entirely
In thl meantime the shot machines i of I
uro again running In the saloons and giant
gambling IIOUKM to the exclusion of ci is 1
gar stands and lestuarants Nobody bur
lestualant oborY iVO 1
seeing to know who la responsible for Mi
thin state of affairs Chief Conllnsk d W
this morning stated that this would be
permitted on tho payment tll8 a monthly te1
license of K5 on the first 10chin and IIV
10 on every other similar device In
stalled In the same establishment
Cit an g You Tune Appointed to Stic
ctrd Yun Nlil Hal
Washlgton Nov 11It Is under
stood here that Chan Yen Tong has
been appointed to succeed Yun Mil Rat
as governor of the Chinese province of
Shan Twig Not much Is known here
of Shans personality save that ho is I
civil service man nnd not n soldier
He Is understood also to have recently
been appointed director of transporta
tion a very Important POt In China
Minister Wu had a long tlk with
secretary Hay today respecting the
condition In China resulting from LI
Hung Chungs death The minister his
not yet been advised officially of the
reported purpose of his overtures to reo
here him at Washington He has had
no overtures from any responsible edu
cational Institution In America looking
ulty to his becoming a member ot Its tao
The United States so ta has not
named Its representative on tin com
mittee of banker at Shan 111 who are
to act as the collectors and distributors
of the International Indemnity fund of
460000000 laols with Interest The de
lay In the case of this government Is
caused by the absence of any American
bank In China Unless Ammlcan fin
anciers can become Interested In Ihs
subject to the extent of opening a bank
In tho Orient the United States proia
lily will be obliged to name a Tlrlthh
fiscal agent A threat t1 trad I sal I
to be Involved In such a scctim in
view of the fact that at eisi three
other of the nations party to the proto
col are likely to make the same choice
thereby placing an enormous and un
usual power of regulating the rates of
I concern exchange In the hands of one foreign
Denver Mwltcbinonn Htrlkc
Denver Colo Nov 11There have
been no new developments of Import
ance toduy In the strike of members of
the Hwltchmcns1 Union ot North Ameri
ca on the Denver Rio Orande The
company is operating with full crew
uf yardmen at practically all points on
the system and trains arc running on
time Every passenger train Into
Denver this forenoon came In on time
Manager Herbert expresses satisfac
tion with conditions over the system
Advices from the division superintend
ent are to tho effect that no further
difficulty Is anticipated nl a result of
the strike Trainmen called to take
the place of the yardmen who did not
return to work have nearly all been
Installed In their new situations
Unknown Snhoonnr SUlk
Chatham Mass Nov 11In the
heavy gale which has been sweeping
over the cope since yesterday an un
known threemasted schooner sank off
here during the night I Is thought
the vessel was coalladen and sprung
a leak while at anchorage Lifesavers
have gmio to the wreck to look for
traces ot the crew
S A CompciiNatlon Commlxslon
London Nov 11The South African
compensation commission today heard
counsel In behalf of the French claim
ant Martin now of New York who
demanded 10000 The chairman re
marked that It was clearly established
that Martin was not deported by the
British military authorities and that
therefore his claim was notwithin the
scope of the commission
MaJGen Sir John Ardagh the rep
resentative of the government an
nounced that the government had set
tled with the Netherlands claimants
for an aggregate sum of 37600
National Wardens Association
Kansas City Mo Nov l Many of
the most noted wardens and prison of
ficials In the world assembled In the
parlors of the Grand Avenue Methodist
church this morning to attend the an
nual meeting of the National War
dens association tho first business ses
sion of the conrreM of the National
Prison association
The presidents address was delivered
of the
by Kills Puller superintendent
state reformatory of Michigan J T
Gllmour warden of the Central Prison
nt Toronto Canada addressed the as
sociation Ids subject being Prison
The Construction nnd Equipment of
Penal and Reformatory Institutions
WAS dlsrunMH by James C hag gen
eral superintendent of the state reform
atory of New Jersey
Capt Samuel C Lemly of the United
States navy delivered an address b
fore the Old Mens association nt the
public library this afternoon
SluJutcd Clilnrsr Arrf tcl
New York Nov ItFour Chinamen
were arrested In Jersey City today on
n complaint of a Chinese Inspector of
Immigration who alleges that they
were brounht Into the country In vio
lation of the Chinese exclusion act I
Is alleged that the prisoners were
rowed art tho Niagara river from
who under contract
Canada by n man 8 on
York for
tract to deliver them In New
Jl JO a head
iftfA 1 gXICO
There Will be Xo Organlretl Compa
nies of EmlRrnnta ThU Year
As there are no special rates from
Salt Lake to Mexico now In vogue on
the railroads there will be n organized
companies tt rr1rlJ Hten 1es
Utah form that country this seanm
1 B Huish who hu h the mater
c J jsi
In hand for some time reports that all j
those who hive written and talked to I Je
him regarding going to Mexico will r IN
bo required to pay their fare of > 35 from Yo
Salt Lake to Hi Paso Tex providing
they propose to go to the new colonloi oral
In Mexico He requests that this an S
nouncement be made on he has received riO
so inurh correspondnue upon the tub
Ject that ho has not been ablo to per no I
sonally attend to It to date
< shot
Solos fict ToKitlici1 nt Xnou to An C
I oiiiirc Olllftol CiinuisJ m nJur
As demanded by tho law a meeting wto fprk de I
of the City Council was called at noon bI
today being the llrot Monday after N
election to announce the official can
vass of the vote for municipal officers MOO ln I
taken at last Tuesdays election There JL
wore only seven of the fifteen mem TT H
bers of tho Council present so In tho Jilt
absense ot a quorum a recess was 9 > wet
taken till 730 oclock this evening City neri
Recorder Nyatrom announced that the ffiea
tally sheets would not he ready till 530 Per
oclock this evening notwithstanding 1
tho fact that work notwlthslnn1lng SLA1
them till a lato hour last night
JIUUT Ills BAM w c 1
Jitlge Stewart Ionflncil to Ills Homo rJii On
In Cnistii < > iico Iot 01St
Judge Stewart hit I rather singu tS
lar accident yesterday moinlng which Itiel
prevented his holding court this morn on prl
lug The Judge on coming out of his
house stooped to pick up a hoop which
was lying on the sidewalk In throwing
the hoop away his honor felt I sharp 9v
stitch or crick In his back which fo ciii
affected his breathing that it was all II
ho could do to make his way > aCk al
his house As time parsed ansi his ppm
honor experienced no relief Dr Wilcox
wns summoned and ordered the Judge
put to bed and applied treatment which I
gradually overcome the pain Judge
Stewart expects to be able to attend to fdftl
his Judicial duties tomorrow In the
criminal division ofthe district court
Special to the News
Washington D C Nov 11The SIC e C
rotary of the treasury has allowed Col
lector of Internal Revenue Calllatcr I I > I
Salt Lake one additional clerk In his t4s
office to act as a deputy collector This IS
allowance was made on rceommenda J c
tlon of Senator Kcarnr J
ton eU
Opinion In Relation Live Slock on nte
Imllau llesorvntloti 00111
AttorneyGeneral Erection today gave
an opinion to John Pope the attorney
of Ulntah county on the question of
the taxation of sheep and cattle which m
feed on the Indian reservation In
Wasatch county Tho attorney general 0 T
holds that where a party who owns
real estate and personal property In S In
Ulntah county and sheep which graze
on the reservation In Wasatch county 1
and who resides a portion of the year t
in Ulntah county and the balance on
the reservation Is to b assessed for
taxation on the sheep by the proper
authorities of Wasatch county to whom fl
the tax Is payable C
I tat
I Dr 0 C Ormsby of OakleyV Idaho uc
this Vet
visited the News office morning
Iall I
f °
nnd displayed two Wolf river apples all >
each weighing one and a quarter K
I rounds They were grown by Ether i N
Dunce on his farm near Oakley and It r
I was stated by Dr Ormsby that there
are there 250 pounds of apples on one tree ur 0
Several complaints arc being regis
tered concerning certain peddler retailing P
leN 1
tailing potatoes throughout this city ad
with having agreed l
They arc charged wih lln oP
to sell lotnto at from G to 65 cents
per bushel and after securing order s
they have given but threequarters ota
a bushel for every bushel ordered kJ
Financial Troubles SulJ to bo Cause
of Ills Dlsapparnnre
Rlihop Win A Hills of South Jordan 4 t
News office today
was a visitor at tWI offic
day He stated that a mistaken Im
pression prevailed regarding the sudden
and absolute dlMppearance of
den Ind alolute dhapprsnee
Isaac J Wardl from this city on 0
October lith lom
He Mid that reports have been circu
lated that Mr Vardle left home on
late tht family disagreements RIll 3
acnt to that
troubles and In contradiction
contradicton l4
troubtls state that he hal known
the Bishop family for forty > eais end C igt 111
that In nil that time there had never C I
been and unpleasantness amon
I members thereof Bishop Bllli raid
that the Cause mutt have been financial
I troubles and In conclusion stated that sipi
lrubles I I
we wish him to roconilder and return
home to AU lrj crroag family 0 ot
and gn back their affection and the re S ti
pct of his friends 0 N

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