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TO TURN DUCHESNEINTO DUGHESNE DUGHESNEINTO DUOHESNEINTOPROVO
INTO INTOPROVO PROVO RIVER RIVERi
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Rawlins Introduces Joint Resolution for In Inquiry hla hlaquiry Inquiry ¬
quiry by Geological Ge logical Bureau Bttr au as to Prac Practicability Practicability PracticabI1ityOf
ticability of f Diverting the Waters
Special to l the th News NewsWashington NowsWllAhln 4owLvahIftgQfl
Washington WllAhln m D 1 0 Dec GBenator GBenatorHawllns Gacnl1tolHawllns Ienator IenatorItaIInB
Hawllns introduced Introtlucel1tho the following Joint Jointrrsolutlon jointrr jotntrciOIUtIOfl
rrsolutlon rr olutlln directing tin 111111111 Immlry as to thu thupKictlcablllty theIHl1clcnbllltyot thutcticab1lltV
pKictlcablllty tcticab1lltV o of diverting tho water waterof VAtCflof
of tlic lie Duohosnq r > intP 011 Provo river tor torIrrigation torIrlllIation foririigaUOfl
Irrigation purposes The Ecological Ecologicalbureau geologlcnlbureau geologicalbureau
bureau Id directed 1 to mnho nico nn Inquiry Inquirysurvey hll1ulrlIulvey iiqulyBUVVC
survey and report rCllortnll a ai to tho practicabil practicability ¬
ity II means men liS and nr111UOIIllo probable olialO cost of divert diverting lllvertJna tllVUVtjag ¬
jag the headwaters of tho Duchcsno Duchcsnorivor
rivor In the Ulntah Indian reservation reservationnow rcscrvqtloll rcscrvqtlolllOW
Provo river rivervliich 11 vlerrneh
now lOW lowing to waste Into er erhlrh
vliich samo afl l11Q may bo used for Irrigation Irrigationnnd
nnd fifty Oet thoiiHand tltolllll1Hlllollnrs thou8a dollars Or r so much muchas
as is i necessary I1l e CUftt3 hMY to defray expenses of offiurh otUrh ofur1i
fiurh Inquiry and and survey Is Iwreby ap appropriated nilproprlnted fljproprltCd ¬
propriated oH of atnn any an roonoya nJ lays In tho thotreasury th thtrcallury thutreflauty
treasury treasuryVTES trcallurytTE8 treflauty1T1H
VTES CALL ON O PRESIDENT PRESIDENTIndian lHESID 1ItESlDTTIndian NT NTlndlnn
Indian Commissioner Jonus today In Introduced Intruducea intruduced ¬
troduced tho thul1elegatlon delegation of Ulntah In Ini Indll1ns IndUuis
dliins to tl President llr shlent Hoosovelt Ho was wasaccompanied WIISnccomplIlell waanccoflflallted
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accompanied by Agent Myton lytonnnd and Spec Special SPQlat Speclal ¬
lat Indian Agent MCComas M Comas Tho Pres President PresIdent Prosident ¬
ident rnVQ tiQ Indians a Ii cordial hand handphake hundIIhl1kennd handshako
shako IIhl1kennd and asked Myton My ton to tell them themthrough theJIIthrouchtholr themthrough
through throuchtholr their Interpreter that ho h had
fifty rty Indians In hlo h regiment regIment and that thatthey thatthey thatthey
they WOrD crackcrjacks crackcrjacksMAJ crackcrjackMAJ
MAJ W1TCHKU PLEASED PLEASEDMaJ FLIMB D DMaJ
MaJ J 8 Wltohcr retired U B A ABait ASnit AHalt
Bait Loltc Is here for u short stAy and andwill nnelwill andvlli
will likely go south for winter Maj MajWltchcr MnjWItcher MajWitcher
WItcher ealdi rctdI lIld lIldI
I am well pleased with tho L Prosl 1rcs1dent Prosldents I IIlcntlilnctJSILIO
dents IlcntlilnctJSILIO message In regard to his recom recommendation reCOIImemll1t1ol1 reconimendutiou ¬
mendation for Irrigation The lhepeo peoplo peoploof pcOplof lo loat
of Utah are greatly Intouled I1tttl oll fu fuclaiming rlcll fi ficlainitug
claiming cll II1II11K arid nrll1lnnl1s rlcl lands and we believe that thatPresident tllatJI1sldnt thatPresident
President Ilooscvelt who has lived livednmonir 11011IIInonf livedinuong
nmonir UB certainly knows the needs of ofour ofour ofour
our atnto atntoA
A pension has been grouted HacharlahM Hacharlah
M It 1 Stucher Pocatello Idaho tfl tflCALLISTEUS 0 0CAIJJ1ST 0CAIjLISTE1tS
CALLISTEUS CAIJJ1ST ltS NAME BENT S Nl TO BEN BENATJ3 RINATJ N NATDJ
ATJ3 ATJ3Tho ATDJTho ATJrho
Tho President has sent tho followlne followlnenomlnntlonfl foiIowinUnomlnntIont 11l1owllllt1I01nlnntlonB
nomlnntlonfl to tho Beiiate for eonllrma eonllrmatlon conllrl1lntlonPd conhirnhlttIon
tlon tlonPd Rd II Calllnlor Bait Lake col collector collector cotloetor ¬
lector of Internal revenue for Utah UlahChos UtahChos UtahCling
Chos W V Webster Montana collector collectorof
of customs cu tom for Idaho and Montana MontanaA
A a 1 Hoyt register reGl t r of tho land ofllco ofllcoat
at Sundown Wyoming WyomingE
E II Smock receiver Ieecl V 1 of public ubIlO money moneyat
at Buffalo Durt lo and M C Dixrron at Doug Douglas DoUgIns Douglas ¬
las Wyoming
CONFERENCE ON LEAD INTERESTS INTERESTSi INTE ESTS ESTSMine
i n n HI ii I Ij
j Mine Owners Representing Them Discuss Matter With the Smel Smelter Smelter SmeIcr ¬
ter cr TrustPrices Will be Agreed Upon Before Adjourn Adjournmeat AdjournmentNo AdjovrnmentNo
meat mentNo No Serious Disagreements
r Special to the News NewsNow owa owacw I INOW
Now cw York Dec B Grollno Mine owners rep repesentlng repsontlnll repsenting
esentlng load Interests from various variousElections vnrlouslectlons ynrioUseCtiOIhS
Elections lectlons of ottho tho country met In confer confernce conternee
nee at tho thoontcoot office of the American Americanmelting Americaninciting
melting and Itcllnlng company tho thoSmelter thomelter theinciter I
Smelter Trust Tn1stto to agree a Qupon upon export exportprices expurtrlc exportrices
prices rlc rices s for lead this afternoon There Thereycr ThoroeN
ycr eN present a large number of repre reprentatlve reprentitlve repreatative
ntatlve mlna mlnoowncl owners Mr McComlck McComlckepresentlng McComlckPlCsenting MeCornickienttflg
epresentlng Utah Interests In larest The rh con conlerecs cqnmea cinerecs
lerecs mea were Jn ri session se llon yearly clrlnll nil the thekfternoon t theternooth e eternoon
kfternoon ternoon and Avlll hot t complete c mpl te their theirkcsalon theirC1Islo theirosiofl
kcsalon C1Islo until untllMo late In tha th day Prices PricesRvtll PrlceeIll
Rvtll Ill be agreed upon on and fixed before tho thoconference thoonterenco theonferenco
conference adjourns There are nroub no dis disagreements alscreement disgreeinents ¬
agreements of any serious character characterjmcl chnrnctornd
jmcl nd nd it Is anticipated that an adjust adjustHE adjustHE ndjustlIE
HE LIVESTOCK LIVESTOCKCONVENTION LIVESTOCKOONVENTION 11 VESTOOKCON I
CONVENTION CONVENTIONireat CON VENJIONIP VENJIONIPI
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reat Oleomargarine Oloomarg rlne Bill Causes a aLively nI aLively
I Lively LlvelyTlme LlvelyTlmeW Time TimeIBN TIrno1EN1
IBN EN1 WARRENS W ADDRESS ADDRESSlikct
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likct IIIC ku Many lUcointnendatloiuIle lUcointnendatloiuIleInllatory nC0Il1U1011lIIUonnIlIlIalory
n Inllatory Pollcjr Toward Oermnu OermnuI OermnuMonti Gunumltlollt GerftbftuMORI
Monti Called 1or 1orChicago VarhiIcngo
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Chicago 1Chlcngo Dec B GTltorecommendatlon GTltorecommendatlonthe 6rhe Tho recommendation recommendationtho
the executive committee that re reimmcndatlonfi tommcndntlon romrnondattons
immcndatlonfi condemning tho Grout Groutiomargarlno Groutomnrgorln Groutomargarino
iomargarlno bill be h adopted gave rise risen
n 1 lengthy and spirited general son ral do dote dete doI ¬
I te among delegates del gntell present Ilresentnt nt to toys toys t0ya ¬
ys ys session sQ slon of the Livestock conven convenn
i n 1 Leonard Pearson ot Pennsyl Pennsylnla PennRI1la
nla speaking lpefil < lng for tho dairy 11nlr Interests Interestsuphold Intercstso
o 0 uphold the Grout bill led the dc dco dewith
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I o with tho plea that with olcomar olcomarIne
Ine soiling under Its colors butter butterltd
ltd hold Its owno own ownou
t ou o cnttlomen said he Insist that thatirlng thntring thatring
ring of oleomargarlno should ho ld be at atd aldYlt atd
d dYlt yet you uu Insist In IBt that the wool In Inshould Int
t should bo protected against againstiy
h d dy iy > masquerading mlsqu mdlng as wool woolGovernor woolGoernor woo wooGovernor
Governor Packard of Iowa mot movint 010 010at moti
i at the whole subject be deferred deferredJudge deterredJudge deferreda
a Judge Cowan arose nnd said that thatrs
rs r have as much mild right to color colorargarlno coh cohrjallno coiiWargonne
argarlno as dairymen n have to col coltier coli cottter
i tier ter rho dlscusslpn dl8cussl > n was parti partiIn
In by members of tho Kansas Kansasirnia Kan Kansasmb as asrrtla
irnia mb Missouri MlsS < lurl Michigan 1 > itfid f ld lo lojlegallons 10legations Johgntions
legations It was the first gen genpebatc genXdebatc genera
era pebatc of the ho convention conv ntloq Judge Judgen Judgebroucht
f n brought tho speaking to an end endicvlng endI nd ndt
I bypnovlng t icvlng the previous question but butA
In G A fiood Rlzed minority minoritySimpson
I Simpson following the reading of ofregular otireGular ofhl
hl regular paper made a brief plea for forIp torIp forip
Ip subsidy subsidyresolution lIubsldyresolution subsidyresolution
resolution to admit Oklahoma to toohooi toehoo toehoo
ehoo was adopted adoptedto
IIIR to be urged upon Congress to tofor tovide tovido
vide for 01 tagging cloth goods to totheir toIhelr toW
W their cuct composition and to tovide toIde totide
vide for torncla8slfied a classified assessment of oftie ortie ofp
p tie were approved by b the conven convenrt cOnvenTho convenrho
rt Tho convention was wIUlt1lvlled divided over overmlng overmlng overtiilng
mlng a u bill providing for the ex extngo exnlfe exOf
tngo of nubile lands as mentioned mentionedSenator menllonelSenator mentlonothlenatnr
Senator Warrens pacer nnd a 1 min mlnty minty ininty
ty report referring the matter to a aimlttee I Inmlttel a anmItte
imlttee of flvo ft to report at the thet
t meeting was 11II adopted adoptedTho t1doptcdrhoprorlam
Tho rhoprorlam progfam for II tho dny Itn wns pf f ex extlonnl extlonnl cxtlonnl
tlonnl Interest to cattlemen The Thecram Thegram
cram called for or papers from Dr DrSemvr JSenaer J JSenlCr 1
Semvr of New York Prof Andrew AndrewSoulo AndiewFi j
Soulo 8 Fi tile of the Tonncajseo Agricultural Agriculturalleg Allcult Jral Jralleg1j
leg leg1j ° Senator F E Warren of Wyo Wyong Wonjt Wyohg
ng A F 1 < Doremus IJoretnulIetl gtnto to engineer of ofh oCh ofh
h and Col G W Simpson Bhn lon of Tex Texilr Texr
ilr r Gouloa paper Ulllnc lellln of tha th cat c t
I ment of rates will ho speedily Rp lll1 reached reachedMr re chCt1 chCt1Mr
Mr McCornlck Bald It was probable probablethat
that an adjustment of prices would bo boarrived bonrrlvcd bearrivuit
arrived at by tomorrow t morrow and n ll tho work workof
of o tho conference completed lIe said saidthorn IInldthem sakithorn
thorn were no complications In Jntho the sit situation tJUuatlon tilttuition ¬
tuition Und that after discussion with withdifferent wllhdlrterent withdifferent
different delegations and reprosenta representatives reprosentatlves reprosentatives ¬
tives of different Interests as to tho cost costof COijtot costof
of nrqduetlon and transportations tmllsportntlonallCaluot scale scaleof scaleof
of prices would be speedily IP speedtiyflxeLTho speedtiyflxeLThochief ally fixed The Thechief Thochler
chief business of the thflCQntefel1Cc conference ho hoBald hoanld hOsaId
Bald would bo ri Jo o fltfreo upoa export exportprices eXllortI expOrtpriceS
I prices of tho mineral Ho anticipated HontrtllllIitcdthnt anticipatedthat
that this would ho o completed without withoutany wIthout1Iy withoutany
any necessity for morn than two Bos Bosnians scsIIlona scestone ¬
stone of the conference and that all allbusiness 011b allbusiness
business b slllQsS on hand would wouldbu be completed completedby
by tomorrow afternoon afternoontie
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tie business In tho middle South was wasthe wasthe Wasthe
the first one heard by the convention conventionSenator conventionSenator conventionSenator
Senator Warrens address was pre presented lirescnted prosented ¬
sented by the secretary and ordered orderedprinted ordercdllrlnted orderedprinted
printed In the record Senator Warren Warrenenumerated Wnrnmenumcrnted Warrenenumerated
enumerated the needs which ho said saidcattlemen saidcattlemen
cattlemen would present to Congress CongressFirstDefeat CongressiFirstDefeat I I I IIrlrstDcroat
FirstDefeat of tha th Grout oleomar oleomargarine oleomargarbo ¬
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garine bill billSecond billSecolllLegllllntlon billSecondLegislation
Second SecolllLegllllntlon Legislation to prevent prevenldecclt prevenldeccltand deceit deceitand deceitand
and fraud In marketing manufactured manufacturedarticles mnnutaetulcdartlclcs inanufactutedarticles
articles articlesThird artlclcsThlrdLegrllntlon articlesThirdLegtlcttton
Third ThlrdLegrllntlon Legislation to provide for tho thoopening thoopenIng theopening
opening of forest ronervutionfl where wherepracticable whcrepracticable wherepracticable
practicable for or livestock crazing crazingFourth rrnzlngFourthIcglsJntloJ grazingFourthLegl9latton
Fourth FourthIcglsJntloJ Legislation rovldlng for fortaking fortaking I
taking an annual livestock Uve toeltcensus toeltcensusFICthAmendm census censusFifth censusPlfthAmondmentn
Fifth FICthAmendm Amendments nt to land laws to topermit topermit I Ipermit
permit settlers to exchange lands with withthe Withthe I Ithe
the general government BO that range rangeproperties rangeproMrtles rangeproperties
properties may be BOlldjlled especially especiallywithin espccllllywlthhi especIallywithin
within the socalled railroad limits limitswhore limitswhero limitswhore
whore the thcalded aided railroads secured sccurcdal sccurcdalternllte al alternate alterapte ¬
ternate government governmentsecUons governmentsecUonsSixthAmendments sections sectionsSixth sectIonsSixthAmendments
Sixth SixthAmendments Amendments to the law to en enable enablo ennblo ¬
able the Interstate commerce commls commission commlsslon commlsaba ¬
aba to enforce Its decisions decisionsSeventh 11eclslonsSrwenthEnactment decisionsSeventhEnactment
Seventh SrwenthEnactment Enactment of pure PU food foodlaws toodIIW8 foodlaws
laws compelling nil food products to bo bosold bosoldto besold
sold soldto for exactly what they are areEighth IreEighthLegislation areEighthLegislation
Eighth EighthLegislation Legislation permitting exten extension extenston oxtenzion ¬
zion of transit t limit for transportation transportationof
of livestock In curs cursNinth cursNlnthJeglslaUon earsNinthLegislation
Ninth NlnthJeglslaUon Legislation to Increase duties dutiesIn
In menst me t products Imcorted from Gee Germany Gormnn Geemany ¬
many mnn whenever who ver the German empire empirepasses emplropassclI empirePasses
passes a law ImposIng prohibitive du dutlaB duotlOI duties
ties on American meat m utproductsTenthLc products productsTenth productIPToathLogisinUon
Tenth TenthLc ToathLogisinUon Legislation I laUon providing for forleasing tor1enslngthe forleasing
leasing 1enslngthe the grazing lands of the United UnitedStates Unltc1Slatel UnitedStates
States to growers growersEleventh growersEloonthHetcl1tlonot growersFIesonthItotbijtion
Eleventh EloonthHetcl1tlonot IlQtcrttlon of government governmentinspection governmentInspcotlon governmentInspection
inspection of livestock and tho further furtherfrco turthertrcodlstrlblltlon furtherfreo
frco trcodlstrlblltlon distribution of black leg IeI vaccine vaccineuntil vaccineuntil vaccineuntil
until the full period of experimental experimentalwork
work nrk WaS passed passedDr
Dr Senner WUH not present when his hisname hilinnmc hisannie
name was called nnd Chairman Sprin Springer Springer Springer ¬
ger said he would use Dr Senners Sonncrstime Sennerstime Sennerstime
time to hear more of the Ilvo minute minutespeochoB ITllhutpNchol initiutOspeeches
speeches crowded out outot of the program programTuesday progmmTUQsday programTuesday
Tuesday Accordingly Paul McCor McCormlck McCormlcll MeCormiek
mlck of Montana L I 0 Pullcn of New NewMexico N NCwrexico V VMcxlco
Mexico and W 13 Holton of Oklaho Oklahoma
ma spoke of conditions In their res respective resJJCctive respeetiva ¬
pective states nnd tehltorles M P PDuel PDuellot PBucli
Duel Duellot of the Chicago Livestock ex exchange eXchange oxchange ¬
change then arose to remind the dele delegates delIntes dolegates ¬
gates that ri big vaudeville entertain entertainment entertainment entertainmeat ¬
ment for vlfltlng cattlemen had been beenarranged beennrrnnlCd beennrranied
arranged to take Inkoplace place at the auditor ¬
turn tonight tonightC tonl ht htC
C G Mills Of Oregon and W B BPowell DPowell 11Powell
Powell of Pennsylvania followed toll owed In Inbrief InIJrlet Inbrief
brief speeches eulogizing eulorrl ll1g their respec respective re respectivo pec pectlve ¬
tive states statesHenry IItntenonry states1Inry
Henry Wade reidstgr relrlst rQt r of livestock In InCanada InCnnaln InCanada
Canada read an lfllntercstln Interesting paper plI > or on ontho ontho
tho stock tl > ck business of otCannda otCanndalhlllpIllIo Canada CanadaPhilippine canadaPhilippino
Philippine TobaccnnlflfH Combining CombiningLondon CotnblnillLondon CotiiljinltgLondon
London Dec 5 5The The Financier today todaysays todnysays todaysays
says saysA
A combine Is bcjng ben effected among nmonsthe nmontIO amongthO
the tobacco growers ot tho Philippine PhilippineIslands Phlllp1lnoIslnnrtA PhilippineIslands
Islands with a capital of between betweenOOOtOO cC C C000too
OOOtOO and 7000000 Tho scheme Is IsbolnKcnrrlcd Isbeing s sbeing
being bolnKcnrrlcd carried on In London under the thoauspices thenUIIIIC3 theauspices
auspices of the Rothschilds R thschl ds wboi wboithrough wholIhrough vlrnithoughi
through their Spanish Investments
have large Interests In the Philippine PhilippineThe Ph III IJ ItwJ ItwJTho
The paper1 adds The contracts nnd nndconcessions nndconcesslona andconcessions
concessions were obtained through some someof someat someof
of the American peace delegates 11p1 Rntell whoIn who whoIn whoIn
In typically lyplcnJlyYanke Yankee fashion have hn man managed manCI1 managed ¬
aged CI1 to combine private and official
business businessTho bV8InlssTM
The name of a prominent American AmericancommlfMoner AIO AmericancnmmleslonOr < < rlcun rlcuncommlrRlon
commlfMoner r Is being bcln frey tre y bandied bandiedabout bllndleltnboutIAndon bandiedabout
about nboutIAndon London but without any appar apparent npparent apparant ¬
ent justification The > chief promoting promotingIt
It la said Js Is being done In New ew York Yorkthough Yorkthough Yrkthough
though the name nanien of the parties v rtHii doing doingIt d lng lngIt
It are not announced
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KINO FARMER FARMERIS
IS IN COMMAND COMMANDGoes
Goes to hlcago and Sends Prices PricesOf
Of All Grains Climbing Climbingni ClimbingIIEYMAKE CIImbingThEY
ni THEY IIEYMAKE MAKE NEW A 11KCOIID 11KCOIIDNrflurnl ltECOUDNdlurQI 1tICOflDNdturnl
Nrflurnl Condition Hack of Iho Ib Up UplinolUounl tJpuhootfloard JtlbootUollrd
linolUounl ulTrndo 01 rrndo UnCUrl VlliicnjfSome UnCUrlliome IlneasesSoul
Some SpoolMvulur Slool etllllr Sccnei SccneiChicago Scon SconChIcago 5cotsoChicago
Chicago Doe G 5ICIng Klng Farmer has hascomo hIlSCOIIIO hitscome
como to Chicago taken the board ot ottrade otttlleto oftrade
trade by b storm and sent prices of all allgrains altgenius
grains climbing abovo record prices pricesDuRlnesB lrlc VrIcesIhualnesa s slluillnee
DuRlnesB l today todn on change was larger largerand 1nrgcrall argeratid
and all moro spectacular than It haw beta bcvnfor betafor c n ntor
for u I long tlmo and bus rivaled tha thaspeculative tholJocutntlvo thusPeculative
speculative enthuslam that marked the thedays thednys thedays
days of Hutchlnson and the other othergiants othergiants otheruiftnts
giants of the pits pitaNatural pitsNatural pitsNatural
Natural conditions aro back ot tho thoupshoot thoUIJshoot theupshoat
upshoot In prices hilt bull speculation speculation1ms
has boon the main Incentive rite whole wholecountryside wholocoulltrllIlo wholecoUtttrysido
countryside seemed to be waking up to totlio tothl tothe
the ruinous stortago In tho thucorn corn crop cropnnd OrOInlld cro croand
and tho feeding of wheat to stock ns n nconsequence 1 1conROIIUCIICI1 aconsequence
consequence has ha brought buying In thai thaicereal thlHcerenl thatcereal
cereal cerealGeneral cerenlGeneml cerealGenenit
General advances a vallces haVe been made In Inall IIIall inall
all options of wheat corn ozn and oats oatsduring Ultf4during oatsduring
during tho pant several weeks but thonrrlval tho thoarrival thinarritai
arrival of thousands of farmers and andstockmen nndBtoclcmon andetochunen
stockmen to visit tho th live stock IItockexhlbl IItockexhlblJon exhibi exhibition exhibition ¬
tion touched off tho th fuso under all the thomarkets themnrkets themarkets
markets and nont JOntprlces sOti prices booming To Today 10dny l0day ¬
day tlio hour ot tho board was tts a spec spectacular spcetnoultlr spectnouiar ¬
tacular how Hundieds of the big bigcountrymen big1Ountrymon bigcotintrynien
countrymen In fur overcoats and cow cowhide cowIthlo eowhide ¬
hide boots had the courtesies of tho ex exchange exCholl11e cxchange ¬
change Und were all eagerly gutting guttingInto gettlnInto gettinginto
Into the game When professional professionalspeculators pIotetu5l0nuiIIjloculnorll professionalsheeuiatorn
speculators saw sn W tho farmer tlltmergrnsplng tlltmergrnsplngupporunltlos grasping graspingopportunities grasiflgoiportunitIes
opportunities they Immediately began beganto
to plungo Added to this thl Influence wan wana
a flood of general buying orders from fromthe flOHIthc troutthe
the country until the outside Interests Interestspractically Intt1relltIJrnctically InterestSpractically
practically control thu market marketSlay mallletMay marketbray
Slay wheat touched touoll H Its it record rocprdprlct rocprdprlcttpr price prlcofpr pricefor
for the crop shortly before noon Belling Bellingat
at 80 Iloth December and May corn cornbroke cornblolll cornbroke
broke record of years standing Dec December Decembel December ¬
ember selling at ntG5 05 and May Mn at G8H GS It ItIn ItIII ItIs
In rumored there in a corner In oats oatsbut oatsbut oatshut
but trade Is so largo pn both sides of ofthe otthe ofthe
the market tU Iketthllt that It Is l not certain May Mayoats MIYonts Mayoats
oats broke another record today at W WAlthough 4G 4GAlthough 4GAlthough
Although the thotrnns transactions ctons on the theboard thebonrd thisboard
board continued on a very large scale scalethroughout lICalethroughout scalethroughout
throughout the session prices did not nothold nothuill nothold
hold to their record marks at tho clone cloneIt
It wan rumored that Mooie l > Bros had hadbeen IInrlbcen hindbeen
been buying large quantities IUuntlt IOOIe ell of wheat wheatfor whentror wheator
for or the past nst six weeks George Phillips Phillipswas ihIlIlIJwas hhliipswas
was reputed to have secured a large largelino largoline largeline
line of corn and Juinotf Patten mayor mayorof mayorotEvanston
of Evanston was I1S supposed to have con control contrllpt control ¬
trol trllpt of outs At tha tti high priced enor enorinous eoor1110U81I1OUn enorInous
inous 1110U81I1OUn Amounts ts of grain came out In nil nilpits nilplts altpits
pits supposedly from tromthelo these operators operatorsPrices P11 plraoRPrIct rl0 rl0Jrle
Prices Jrle s rapldjy fcsiffffad suiggttdtftt nrf I tfn axsonaeqUenCfl axsonaeqUenCflniid oristiqlJ ltce ltcentll1
niid though th the markets l11arl markotawereyst < ots ware w rlyetflrm rlyetflrmtho y t firm firmtho firmtho
tho big advances for tho day dn were In Inmarjy In1mm
imary 1mm marjy cases lost December wheat wheatclosed whcutclosed wheatclosedat
closed closedat at 75 and May wheat at 79 79gnlnVfor 79nlltstorthe 79gnithsfor
gnlnVfor nlltstorthe the day respectively r of ot4 ot4nnd y yand 4and
and H Deccmbed corn cloned with a again nral agaii
gain ral of H0p 3j m at C4U C4 and May corn cornhlgher 94 94iffi
iffi 3 higher at 67M 67MMayq G7oa G7oaMnYQ 674Mnyq
MnYQ oats closed 1 H up at 45 45SENATE 45SENtJR 45SEJItT1
SENATE PHILIPPINE PHILIPPINEHouse J PH > Its1PPINl mllts mlltsJlOItRO Bhld4SIouso
House Will Itcsunl ItesotitAltoiiipt Attompt to Orl OrlKlnnto OrllnnlO Ongirnito
Klnnto lnnlO Ilovonuo Lcclslntlon LcclslntlonWnahlngton IJc lcgtelathoiiWashington l tlolI tlolIWnllhlngton
Washington Dec BMembcrs GMom bels of tho thoHouse thoHouso thehouse
House of HepreMjntiitlvca 1I arc showing showingmmio IIho11I1811nl0
mmio opposition to the origination of ofPhilippine ot11I111pplno ofPhilippine
Philippine revenue legislation In the theSenate thoBQnt1to theSenate
Senate and In particular to Senator BennlorLadgoti Benntor10dlloS SenatorLodgus
Ladgoti bill which deals with tho sub subject subj1ct subjact ¬
ject Mr Tawnoy of Minnesota lIt1nn Rotl1 holds holdsthat holdtlll1t holdSthat
that tho constitutional provision that thatall thatnil thatall
all bills for raising rlll tlllt revenue shall shalloriginate shallorlglnnte shalloriginate
originate In the House of Representa Representatives ¬
tives applies n llllcs to Philippine measures measuresand measuresnnt1 measuresami
and the Ihe Minnesota member wilt oppose opposeany opposoIIn pposoany
any IIn > Senate bill as an Invasion of the theprerogatives thellrerogll11I theprerogatives
prerogatives of tho thuoHouSe thuoHouSeMr House HouseMr HQuseoIl
Mr oIl Cvcrstrcet < erstreel of Indiana and quite quiten
n 1 number of other Influential members memberwmaintain membersmaintaIn membersmaintain
maintain that the ti1 Senate Philippine Philippinebill Philippineblllillvolvfs
bill blllillvolvfs Involves no Invasion Innlionot of tho house Hoimrights IOU3 IOU3rluht8 housenilite
rights us lB It extends etelds an existing law Ia to tothe tothe tothe
the Philippines hlpplls and ind Is not a revenue revenuemeasure revenuemeasuro rovenucmeasure
measure within wihin the meaning of the thecol con constitution constitution ¬
stitution ltltuton In Innny any event tho question queston of oftho ofthe ofthe
the right of the House over the sub subject subJect subject ¬
ject Is likely Ikly to bo discussed on the thefloor thefoor thefloor
floor foor of tho House House9BOO000 HousonOOOOo Houserioo000
9BOO000 nOOOOo Fire Firolit In Michigan MichiganDetroit tl MichiganDetroit hlsal hlsalDetroit
Detroit illicit Mch Dec De S 5Th 7ThQ iTho main mainbuilding mainIJldlns mainbuilding
building IJldlns of the Michigan Alkali lknl com companys compuns cornputtys ¬
puns soda plant at Wyandotte WYncoUe twelve twelvemiles twolvemies twelvemiles
miles mies down tho Detroit ttol river from this thiscity thl thlclty tIthecIty
city was wla completely destroyed by fire fireJ fre freJ
J II I Ford ord principal ptllcl al owner places the theloss theloss
loss at lt 500000 The plant was wal being beingrun beinglun beingrun
run night and day dty and there were tOt 100men IO tOtsnout
men tMI at work ork In the building buid In when the thofire Ihofire theflee
fire was discovered All Al Ahlof of them escnpcci escnpcciuninjured eSCIIc4 eSCIIc4unInjured esciflucaunInjured
uninjured Seven hundred hun red men aro arotemporarily arotcmpomllv amtemporittlhy
temporarily tcmpomllv thrown out of work orll by the thie thiefire he heIre
Ire The building bUldmg will wi bo rebuilt rilllt soon soonns 1001 noonas
as poaalblc Tho Th cause ot tho fire la lanot 13not isnot
not known knownNo knownNo knowno
No o News from Miss Stone StoneNew StonoNew StoneNew
New York Dec 5 6The 6Tho Tho Ilev Uevlen ev Henry HenryC
C Haskell Inskell D I D s siiricTlntenUont Jcrlntendont of the theAmerican thoAmerican theAmerican
American mission at It SamnkoV Itul Itulgarla BulRarln HuIgarla
garla has sent tho following tolowlng cablegram cablegramto
to tho World regarding relrdlng Miss Is Stone and andMme nndMme andMme
Mme TMIku TMIkuThere TIUkl Ta4lkttThere
There has been ben no result resul ns s yet from fromour tromout coin coinour
our efforts e1ort to ascertain Icertlln the truth about abouttho nbouLtho aboutthe
tho reports r folts that Miss Stone 1tonl and Mme MmeTsllka Minerailka Imerslkn
Tsllka rslkn are 10 dead deadIt
It Is denied that tat they are In the thonilo th thnlo theItlio
nilo nlo monastery 1 i do not nt expect deli definite ctn ctnio delitub ¬
nite days tub io Information Intormaton for two or three threedays threedays threedays
Coal COli Companies May Combine CotnblnoCincinnati OOlblll CombineCincinnati
Cincinnati Clnclnnnt Ohio Dec C 0With Wlth Vlh a aview aIew aview
view to a combination of nil ni tho Indo Indopendent IndopfTcEnt milepftndent
pendent pfTcEnt coal mining companies comnlcl In the theof Ihqlltc thestitte
stitte lltc of West W st Virginia Vlrglnlf exclusive txcluslvthose of Orthose o othose
those In the Pocahontan Heidi fielll now nowcintrolled nw nwcntrle nowccntroliet
cintrolled cntrle by the Norfolk Western Westernrailroad WClt lVegteruirailroad rJ
railroad rnlrond mining coal engineers englneerl uno undr undrdlrccton undrdireetlitil > r rdirection
direction dlrccton of Cincinnati and Now York Yorkcapitalists Yorkclplnlhts Yorkcitpltflhl5ts
capitalists clplnlhts are now ot at work making mlltn a nthorough athorough athorough
thorough examination tor of all ni the mines minesIt 01 01I
It I li I raid that thatMr Mr J L P Morgan the theNew theew the2ew
New = ew York financier fnanclor Is the prime primp mover moverIn
In the proposed propo cd combination combinationTrnllny cotnblnrttonTrolley
c9mblnatlon c9mblnatlonTroll
Trolley Troll Conductor CCItlclor Killed 11ffl 11fflehlNGo HIltilChtritgo KilledChicago
Chicago ehlNGo Dec Dee 8 6WhIle While guarding the thelives the1s thelives
lullnl
lives of passengers In his trolley trolCy cnr cnrConductor cnronfturtor carConductor
1s Jatsengers
Conductor Michael llhlel J Dunworth of the theSouth th thollth theSouth
South Halstcad street line In lost his htlt life lifeut lifeUt
ut lt a I grade crossing rro slnr Inst night nightTho nightTho nightThe
Tho car northbound was al croivdfd croivdfdwltl crolded croldedwlt
wltl wlt people going solnJ tn tl the stock st k show IM As AsIt s sI sIt
It I approached ntpronchNt thOOrartd thl Ornlht Trunk Trunktrnjqu Trunktrnjqunt1ortleth trotyl trotylnt trltlJ
nt ntorl nt1ortleth KortlNh lh Itre stre tre9t t Punworth plnWorth ran Ahead Aheadto IhMd IhMdto
to see If I the way teas as clear ccar A 4renger pas pastenser
IIS IISttiger
tenser ttiger train Irlin WAS Wl approaching from the thepan IbePRll theSasL
pan PRll While Whlo hewns h9i n still tl swinging tha thadanger thadallgt thedaiga
danger dallgt signal Ilgnl a switch lwlt h engine up upprnichlng IIpJrrjchlnl ttpprriching
prnichlng from the wetat et ground him to tortorr toMlr toi1Ctft
rtorr Jrrjchlnl in Maht ot the horrified horrifiedgurs horrifed plueu plueuStr pasuen pasuengets
gets Str or th te tha car
QUEEN WILrlELMINAAnnouncement WilHELMINA WilHELMINAFORCIVES WILHELMINAFORCIVES
FORCIVES HENRY HENRYAnnOlUlcelucnt HENRYAiinouiiceincnt
Announcement Made Mndeto to Allay Alay Public Publc Indig Indignation Iiidignationand i inaton
nation naton nationand and Excitement ExctelnentPrinces I3xciteinentPrinces Princes Rela Relations Relafions Re1atiotis
tions With Wih Court Colrt Stil Still Strained
Amsterdam Dec ICC D 0With With Wlh tho th view viewof
of allaying alnYhi public Indignation ndl hatlOl anti 111t ex excitement excltom OxCitClfltht ¬
citement cltom nt femlocldllnthntlonl neniloinddl Intimations have haveboon hl1Vabccnclrculntedto havebcencircuiated
boon bccnclrculntedto circulated to the effect etecl that thlt QUeen QUeenWllhclmlna QUeanWihelmina QueenWilheimina
Wllhclmlna Wihelmina 1ms Ilistorllen huttsforglten forgiven her husband husbandPrince h husbandPrince bnl
Prince Pllnco Henry of thoNetherlands tho Notherlnnll the thosuggestion thesuggestIon UI UIsUlgeSton
suggestion sUlgeSton being bel1 that the tlo public pUblo ought oughtto ughtto
to follow tolo suit suitSince sui suitSince
Since Prince Henry returned to HeJ HeJLoo
rcturnl Je JeLoo
Loo the lie lie Cleen iticcn and nne ho h have Ino been dining
together logetll and anc gradually resuming re8umll nor normal norlal iorutini ¬
mal lal rtatl6ns t tuti n Yesterday Yc tcltay they walk walked Wl1lked Walkott ¬
ed together and nl1 afterward aUerw 1 drove In tho thocastle thocaIt thecastlO
castle Park 111rl Tim relations fulntonl between betweenPrince botwccnIrll bettvccnPrince
caIt Prince Irll e Henry and IUlt tho m 10m01s members mbor of tho thocourt thocourt thecourt
court are however hevor very strained Tho Thoformtr Thotormor Theformer
former cordiality cordlnly has hf been replaced by bynu bytnt
nu 11 attitude atCuIu of frigid politeness on tho thopart tho11art thiopart
part of tho prince consort and appar apparently alljlr alljlrmty nppitrOnti ¬
ently Onti mty the gentlemen Jontolen of the court are aroequally IUOoqualY areequally
equally occurrences oqualY Indisposed to gloss Rlosl over recent recentoccurrences rccentoccurrcnces etcentoectirrcnces
NEW nAY = PAUNCEFOTE PAUCFOTE TREATY TREATYNow
Now Before the thO e SenateFull ScnnlcFul TextBolli TextBolI Parties Partcs to It I Desir Desirous Desirous flesirioils ¬
ous to Facilitate P clntc Construction COlstructon of a L Ship Canal to Connect ConnectThe ConncctThe ConnectThe
The Atlantic A IDItc and Paclflc Padc Pac1fceiitraIi1y eutrality culrnly Provided For
Washington Dec B GTho The new Hay HayPaunccfote HnyInuneetate HayPauncefote
Paunccfote treaty trolty providing prolItllftol for t to toconstlueUon hue hueconstruction e econstruction
construction ot a canal entl across this thuIsthmus th thlthlu1 thislthuunu
Isthmus lthlu1 of Panama lalaml which was lent rent cnt to totho t ttho tothe
tho Senate yesterday elterJn Is II us UI followsThe follows tolo tolole follow8lhio
The le United Unlcl States Stutesof of or America Atnrlen and n11hll his hismajesty hitSmajesty
majesty Edward l the Seventh of ofUnited tho thoUnited tl
United Kingdom 11IJIlont of Great Urltaln lrltnlll arid nndIreland aridirehitrid
Ireland and ull of the British dominions dominionsbeyond torinlonf aiId aiIdlrchnd
beyond the scan foCklnl king and emperor of o oIhdia
India Ildln being bcllr desirous deslroll to facilitate tucllilte tlcorC th thcon8tructon thconstruction the theconstruction
construction con8tructon of u u ship canal to connect connectthe CnO cflneijthe
the Atlantic and Pacific 11010 oceans ceanl by bywhatever I b bwhatever
whatever rout may mnylo bo considered cxi cxipedlent cx11cdlent expedlent
pedlent und to that tha end to o remove any anyobjection unyoujecton anyobjctlon
objection oujecton which may ma arise out Olt ot the theconvention thoeUllventon thuconVention
convention of the 19th of April Allrl aGO IBSdcommonly aGOcommonly 1850commonly
commonly eUllventon called cnled tho CluytonHulwer CluytonHulwertreaty CIIYlonJuhv Clnytonflulwd Clnytonflulwdtreaty r rtreaty
treaty to t the th construction conshucton of such suchcanal fuch fuchclnnl suchcanal
canal under unlr the auspices aU8plic80t of the govern governmcnt gOV gov4rnuncut rn rnlent
uncut lent of the United Unlolftnte l States without wlhlutm wlhlutmJullng wttliout4in wttliout4inpairing Im Impalling
palling Jullng tho general gonerlt principle rlnll of nou noutrnllaatlon rOI notttrahlxtition
trnllaatlon trnln tlon established In II article nlcle eight eigh of ofthat ot ofthat
that convention have hoye for that purpose purposeappointed pllr purposeappointed one oneIppolnted
appointed Ippolnted us their plenipotentiaries plenipotentiariesTho leiipotentlnrl s sTho
Tho President Pre ldontot of the United Unfd1t State8John Suites SuitesJohn tes tesJohn
John Hay secretary eecretnryot ot state of I thoUnlelt tho thoUnited theUnited
United Unlelt Stated Statel of America and hi himajesty hlmnjesty his hismnjesty
mnjesty Edward El ward VII Vl of tho United UnitedKingdom Unltld Unltld1lngdom UnitedKingdom
Kingdom of Great Olat Hrllnln HrJaln and of Ire Ireland lr lrlaltd Irelaud ¬
land and of the British Drltlsldomlnlol dominions be beyond beyond beyond ¬
yond tho seas king klngundcml1elor and emperor of In Indlntho jutdin n nplenipotentiary
dlntho din the night lon lion Lqrr Lqrd Paunqefote
luuncte luuncted
d C H 0 Gr M G isislijetye l mIt mItb
l b zndor l Ot uXtrz1uTrydd Jltrl ivTirWarlt hSnjeltr1 1IIIqtt mlnhets mlnhetspitnifltenttutry t
plenipotentiary PlenlfltntfTY tt t > the U1 tI United llt d States Stateswho Btotc Stateswho
who having communicatedto commnlcat dtonet 10 cliCk nch oth other other other ¬
havlnl
er their full tUI powers which were vcrltounl vrefoun4 vrefoun4to found foundto
to bo In due And n l proper farm t rm have havoagreed hnvoagrcfd haveagreed
agreed agrcfd upon the following tolowlng prp9r articles articlesARTICLE n aftIe8MTLCLTI llolol llololM
ARTICLE M TII I ITho ITho IThe
Tho high contracting parties partesagreo partesagreothat agree agreethat agreethat
that the present prOlolt treaty shall shal supersede supersedetho Iuperlelle Iuperlelletho
tho aforementioned Cforclentonet convention convnton of the tho19th thu19th the19th
19th of April AIHI 1S60 1S60AIITICLR moARTICrE 1tOJtJtTICf
AIITICLR H HIt I IIIt
It I Is JI agreed agree that the canal may be beconstructed beoonstruetjd beconstructxt
constructed oonstruetjd under the auspices of tho thogovernment thogovernment thegovernment
government of the hue United Unied States Statel cith cither elh elhcr ¬
er directly dllety at Its It own cost or by gift giftor
or by ly loan of money to Individuals Inllvlluals or orcoropratlons orcoropraton orcoropratioflu
coropratlons coropraton or through uubicrlptlon uubicrlptlonto Hub crlpton crlptonto
to or purchase pUlchnse of stock or shares and andthat Ind Indthl1t andthat
that subject lulJjlct to tc the provisions Il0vl lon of tho thopresent tho11reselt timPresent
present 11reselt treaty trcnt the said government governmentshall goverlilnntshnl
shall shnl have and nlli enjoy all a1 the rights In Incident Incldent Incident ¬
cident to such construction constructon ns nl well wcl as asthe nsthe asthe
the exclusive right rllht of providing for tho thoregulation thoIegulltol theregulation
regulation Iegulltol and management ot the thecanal thocall thecanal
canal
call I
ARTICLE III IIIThe II IIThe
AnTILE I
The Thl United Unlter States adopts as n tho ba basis bala bitsitu ¬
sis la of tho neutralization nutrllzltion of otsueh such ship shipcanal shIpcnllal shipCanal
canal tho following rules tjubatuntlally tjubatuntlallyas tub t ntlaIY ntlaIYI1S
as embodied embodlld In the convention eonventolot of Con Constantinople Canstantnople Constantinople ¬
stantinople stantnople signed the CRth Rtl of October October1SSS Octohfr
1SSS for the lie free navigation nlVlg ton of n tho Suez Suezcanal Surz Surzc8II Suezcanal
canal c8II that Is II to say
1 The canal dmll 1tmll bo bl free and Me open opento orento
to thovessels tho vesBels of commerce and of wnr wnrot war warof warof
of all ni nations nntons observing these rules rUleson rUlesonlerms on onterms onterms
terms of entire ontlroolual equality > so 81 that thntthero thnttherohal there thereshall therenhall
shall hal be no discrimination dl crlmlnntlon against IQllnst any anyfliioli nnyBlohuntion anySuch
Such Blohuntion nation or UB Is citizens ctzenl or subj BuhJCt1 BuhJCt1h eulijucts eulijuctsiii < > ctn ctnin
in h respect respeetot of the conditions conditons or charges orchnrgespt chargesof
of traffic tlaffioor or otherwise Such conditions conditionsand condition
and equitable equla charges ble of traffic trfo shall shal be just and andequitable anl anlequla andequitable
2 The ho cnnnl canal shall shal never be block blockaded blonktlled blockaded ¬
aded tlled nor 10r or Shall Ihal any right of war warbo be ex excrclscd excCIRld oxereisad
crclscd cCIRld nor orMy tiny act of hostility be b com commltted tm tmIt cominttteil
mltted rlthln It The United Statm Statmhowever StAtl Stntthowever
however shall shnl be at liberty lberty to main maintain IMlntnln maintahi ¬
tain such military Illtnry police polc along the ca canal co catie ¬
nal tie na t may miS be necessary ncssnry to protect It Itagainst ItenlnRt itagainst
against lawlessness and disorder
3 Vessels Veslels of war of a belligerent belligerentshall helgerent helgerentshl
shl shall not revlctual nor nr take any store storeIn stO stOIn startsin
In the canal except so tar as IS may Iny bo bostrictly te teItrlcty hostrictly
Itrlcty strictly necessary nocllary and tho transitof transitofBuch t transit rnn I of ofRuch ofsuch
such vessels through the canal cnnll shall 8hnll0 8hnll0tectclt to toeffected 1oclteetetl
effected tectclt With the least possible delay delayFEDERATION dollY dollYFEDERATION doinyFEUERATION
FEDERATION OF LABOR LABORTwentyfirst LABORTwenlyfrsl LABORTwentyfirst
Twentyfirst Twenlyfrsl Annual Convention Conventon Called Caled lo Order Orderby OJderby Orderby
by Gompers In Scranton Pa PaGrrateittltetlng PaOrCutel PaGrcatei
Grrateittltetlng OrCutel Grcatei lftn 1eeuing odd orllhad Kind liver Everileld EverileldIn Held HeldIn nelt
In tl lie roiiMirrniany folIrrUanf Imporioni ImporioniQUCItlottt Iml1rtQII Iml1rtQIIQuelol iniportaniQuestions
QUCItlottt Quelol 16 DlftCUM DlftCUMScrnnton Iheu IheuScranton JlIPcuIsScranton
Scranton Pa Dec Dc tTho Tho twenty twentydrat twcntsnrlt twentyfirst
drat nrlt annual convention conventon of the American AmericanFederation AmorlcanFcderahm Americanrederatlon
Federation Fcderahm of Labor Lalr was called cnled to or order order orlier ¬
der shortly shorty after 10 oclock oclok this morning morningby
by President Prsident Samuel Gomperu Gomperl and the thogreatest tbogreatest thegreatest
greatest labor convention that has hasprobably hl hasprobably
probably over been held In this his coun country country courttry ¬
try was under way It Is estimated estimatedthat cstmlted cstmltedthat
that 275 75 delegates are In attendance attendancefrom ntendnnce ntendnncetrom
from this thll country county and Europe repre representing reprelonln represeating ¬
seating lonln 1530000 J130OO working workln people Phi Thuconvention Thl Thlconventbn Phiconvention
convention Is held In t Thomas Thoml1sCol Thoml1sCollel Col College Collego ¬
lego lel hall hnl and the delegates marched lo lotho tutho tothe
tho meeting m tng place In II a 1 body bOd headed by bya bia
a band of music musicTho musicTho musicThe
Tho credentials credcntnl committee commlteho has sev several severul sevoral ¬
oral protests prlests to consider considerThe
The convention will wi bo asked to take takeaction takeacton takeactIon
acton action on many mnn disputes dIBjute between betweentrades betweentrades ctwNntrlles
trades that are alUllatwl Ifllte with wlthhe withthe the feder federation feder4ton federation ¬
trlles 4ton ation The International Internotannl Association AUo llUon of ofMachinists otochlnlts ofMachiahite
Machinists ochlnlts has demanded emlnded that the thecharter thechartor heclrtor
charter clrtor ot Ihi U th I intllth ln Ub Aanli AlamgamatOd AlamgamatOdS t11 t11I
S
L
In accordance with wih tho regulations relulltlol In Irfoico IntlllCt intttcC
foico tlllCt and all with wih only such intcriulaslai intcriulaslaian Iltcrllo lol
an al may result from the necessities neccesllO ul ulthe ut utthe ofhits
the service Prizes lrlzcl shall 8hnl bo b In ull WRe WReubject uisossubject u o osubject
subject to 0 the same SIIM rules tIleR as ni vessels v ssol el elwar cf cfwit t tA
war wit A lit ltho the belligerents IJelucron ts
4 No belligerent beligetent shall Ihal embark or 01OlBHrnbnrU orIilrbllc orlissmbaiit
OlBHrnbnrU Iilrbllc troops munitions muniions of wise Wit or 01jjlkd
jjlkd IkdllOllll htk materials used u ed In the canal Cllexcept Cllexcepttl except excepltin excepttiti
tin tl cuss 1 of accidental hindrance hln rl1nco of the thetrnntlc Ihl histtnuislt
trnntlc trlltl and In ouch luchcle case the trmisli trmisliehull trllslt trllsltmJ truttisitslitill
ehull patch mJ bo l resumed with Wih all ni possible dls dispatch dlsInlch dlsiiIch ¬
5 The Thl provisions of thlo article shall shalapply shallIllpl shallIilpi
apply Illpl to waters adjacent ndjacolt to tho canal canalwithin cnnl cnnlWith canalwithin
within With II tlirfo marine InrlnQ miles micH of each cnh end
Vefcwls VeM tlllr at ar n nrof of a belligerent belgercnt shall Hhal not nolremain notoIIUU notrolnauhi
remain oIIUU In ouch waters longer than tlmtitwentyfour
twentyfour t ntyrour he hlrs ira nt any one 010 time tme ex excopt excelJt oxcopt
copt In case el81 of I diltress distress and All in luch luchase such suchease ucli uclico
co ease e 8hall sboldu depart lrt nn Boon foon as A possible posslblo11Ut
but a I Vessel s ol of war of one on bellgcrenl bellgcrenlohttll bclgerent behigerentehali
ohttll 11 1 not depart dOllnrt within wihIn twcntyfoui twentytourl
l hours from rol the t Ie departure of a vessel vesselof
of War of the other belligerent lJelherent
6 The plant establishments build
lags ant ald tnnt all 01 works rlts llnbltlunellts necessary IICe snry to buid theconstruction the thoconstructon lie lieconstructIon
construction constructon maintenance mnlntclnco and opera ¬
tion lon of the canal shall IIhal be deemed lIce mOll Jcr t to
b be parts paltH thereof for or the purpose pupoHe of this
treaty npd In IntilM time of war ns al In time timeof tlmoof timear
< of peace shall Ihul enjoy complete Immunity
from atrac aUMl > or C Injury Injl1 by b belligerent ehllgerentsiu1I
bolhrerenta
iu1I hitd k1d from tronlll1tll fronuaete opts calculated cnlculntct to Impair their hlr
jUlijfujuepj ft4II ia as part nrt of Qfthiqcahai QfthiqcahaiM1TICLE HIQ tb canul canulAUTIOLBIV CII CIIAmlatE >
AUTIOLBIV AUTIOLBIVU IV IVtis
WJI U tis in agreed that no change chnn of terri t ¬
tonal sovereignty or of International Internationalreltiltns Internationalrclut InternatIonalrelatiOns It
relatiOns rclut nll of the country coultry or countries
travacsed trncrolll by the bo tonmentioned betarementoncd canal
clol
stint sh1 affect IItect tho general encralllrlnclplc principle of enu
ttnllitailon Illhmlon or the obligation obllgnton of the high highcontracting hllh
contracting Cutrctll treaty teat parties under uner the present
ARTICLE V Vi VTho VThe
J The ° present peRent treaty treay shall shnl be ratified ratfiC
i by the President of the United States Stut
by ly and Ind with wih the ndvlco and Unied consent ot
tho Senate thereof and by his Drltan flrltant
nip u t majesty and tho ratifications rtlficntlons rlah shall
be exchanged at a Washington WnRhlluton or Ir at Hlal Lon ¬
don at the tla earliest catest possible time within
tme
six lb months 10nth from tho date hereof
In faith tdll whereof the respective pleat plcntpotentlarlea lJlcnlpotontlnrl pleatpOtentiaries
potentlarlea H have signed signd this treaty
hereunto affixed afxod their seals
Done In duplicate duplcnte at lt Washington the thl
16th th day of t November In the year of otour ofour ofour
our Lord ono thousand nine hundred
and ono onoSeal onoSenl oneSeal
Seal JOHN JOlN HAY
Seal PAUNCUFOTE PAUNCUFOTEFollowing FAUNCEFOTEFolowlngll PAUNCEFOTFollowing
Following Folowlngll Is tho letter leter of President
uooaevelt noosoeU transmllttlng trnnsmlttlng the treaty to
the Senate SenateTo
To the Senate SenateI
I transmit trlllsmi for the advice nl1lce and consent
of the literate frftoto to Its Is ratlilcatlon rltllcntan a con convention concnton convention ¬
vention cnton signed Ilgnec November 18 1001 by
the tlC respective rcspectve plenipotentiaries plonIIJotentarll of t tho
Un Unltjd Unit cd d states Statel and ndGreatDrltaln Great Britain to
facilitate tlclitate the construction conltruotlol ot a 1 ship
canal to conncqt connelt the Atlantic Atntlc and shl Pa Pacific Paclfic Pacilia ¬
cilia oceans by b y whatever route may be boconnldoral beconsJrelt becons1dretl
connldoral consJrelt expedient and Ind an to o that end
to remove any objection 0lJecton which whch may
arise Irlso out Olt of the tle convention of April Apri 19 19Ito
1810 Ito commonly called cnled the ClaytonUul ClaytonUulwer
wer treaty to the construction COnAtntctlnn of such michcanal sllchcnal suchcanal
canal cnal under the tie auspices aUlplcel of tho govern government gornment governmeat ¬
ment of the United Unlc States StatC without wihout Im Impnlilng 1mpAhlnl Impairing
pairing pAhlnl the IR general < 1eral principles of neu neutralization nu nutru1zaton neutruilization ¬
tralization tru1zaton established In InnrUele article S of ofthnt
that tht convention convonton I 11180cnrlo also ulsoencloso enclose o a 1 report repprtcoin
from coin the lie secretary of stole < submitting RllJmltlng
tho convention convcnton for my consideration considerationaHKODonfe considerationTmODonJ considerationTHEODOIth
aHKODonfe UOOSBVBLT n noosivriirWhite OSFVEL OSFVELWhltu
White House Washington Wn hlngton Dec 4 4IDOl
1901 IDOl
1901The The text of Seal Src Hays Itny1 report upon uponthe uponthe uponthe
the treaty treny as made IIItp to the President Presidentwas lresldCnt lresldCntwas
was nlso transmitted trnsmited to the Senate Relfte but butthe butthe butthe
the language IS practically pmclcaly the same am ai aithat a athnt asthiut
that In the Presidents Irlsldpntl letter leter of trans transmltttnl transmltnl transmlttah
mltttnl mltttnlSocloty mltnl mltnlSocloty mlttahSociety
Socloty of Engineers l Machinists etc
bo bl annulled annulledIt nnnllNI nnnllNII
It I IN said the tlo Iiiothcrhood llotherhoo of Carpen Carpenters CItlel Carpentees ¬
tots vlll 1 demand domlndtho the nnnullmcnt of the theCharter theCharter
Charter of tho lie Amalgamated malflmnted Wood Wood1orlerl
Workern 1orlerl union unionTlio Unlol unionSThe
The International InterMlun1 Tile ro Layers union unionwill unlol unionwill
will wil denuuid dEnhld jurisdiction jumtlcton over the Mo MoSnlo MoMle Molnio
Snlo Workers union I I hi and nn tho electrical electricalworkers electricalworkcls electricalworkers
workers workcls will wil dispute the rght r ht of gas gnsand gl8 gl8nd gasand
and nd flti tttam fitsam > am fitters to run electric con 01 ¬
duit pipe pipeUheto jJlill pipeTlieo
Uheto will jfl lbo bo a general genrl contest over overthe overthe overthe
the question of oftrade trade autonomy Iutonomy The Thelarger
larger ilrser unions will llllsllt Insist upon the right rlilt
to form mixed unions unlOlc under unler their own ownconttol OWr ow owcontrol
control where the lle workers wokcr In other othervadcs otherrtc otherrades
vadcs rtc are employed IPloYt The deliberation deliberationof dclbenlont
of the gathering are secret II b and the thr
delegates dclegltfl8 may be hero hcr ten dnvs dnvsIn dnveIn davsIn
In the thf hull hul the Wnd 1uld played Dixie Dixiens DlxlcIS
ns IS nn opening opCIIt overture overture the southern southerndelegates sputherndelegates outherl
delegates dcegAles heartily applauding and andwhen an anwhen arnwhen
when n 1 moment later Iltpr the band struck struckup etruoJ
up The Star Stlr Spangled Sp llelt Banner llnner all ni tho thodclfgntes tho1clef thedelegates
delegates 1clef tes rose Ise to ihclr feet feetChairman teetChatmlnr feetChiairmart
Chairman Chatmlnr Device of the local com commlttfo comrltPO centinitto
mlttfo rltPO of arransewrits irrmeJlelts welcomed the thedelegates thcclegles thedelegates
delegates clegles to Scranton 51rolton and extended e tcndC tho thohospitality thohmslJltll thehospitality
hospitality hmslJltll of the thousands of organ organhod organlzCd
hod IldworklnGmrn vorktngmm of ottho Urn Lackawnnnn Lackawnnnnand Lcklnlnl orCn orCnIldworklnGmrn
and WomlJt Wyomini valleys President Irciidenl Gets Goinpers Golnper Getspers
pers responded respondedAfter flleOnlll1 mshondedMterthio
After Arerthe Mterthio tho netting Miing of the thl various cOIn commlltcoa cOInmlt coinnuittees
mlltcoa mlt ol the thl list Ilt 01 delegates was Wls rcal rcalanil relt reltanl reaiand
and anl the morning session csI0Icl08ed csI0Icl08edTho closed closedTho closedTh
Tho Th Snmslicrd Smashcrl Mail MultTopeka 11 Rllllcndl Rusjtcuiuls RusjtcuiulsTopeka
Topeka Teptka Kansas Knnln Dee 6 5nrle LCaxrle Carrie Na Nation NR Natioti ¬
tion the th Kansas Jointsmasher Jolnt mlhcr today todayannourices toa toainnou todayftnflOufl
annourices innou ftnflOufl < c es the thl suspension of her paper paperthe papfr papfrthe paperthe
the Omnjihcrfl fmoJ1Ielll Mall The paper was wasstarted WIIAIIfrtecilout wasstarted
started IIfrtecilout about a year yea ago She any It Itdlfl I Idid itdid
did not n nGtayt t
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MORE WIRES I1 FOR FORWESTERN FORWESTERN FORWESTERN
WESTERN UNION UNIONMore
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More Lines Lnes Botwoep Betwoen Botwo r Omaha Don Denver Donr Donvor ¬
vor Boise and andSait Salt alt Lake LakeADDITIONAL Liko LikoI LikoADDIJINAL lake1ADDII1IONAIi
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ADDITIONAL ADDIJINAL ADDII1IONAIiCoiuitisi i d AGILITIES AGILITIESColonel tILLlmH tILLlmHd
Colonel Coilnet J Je J 1 llleUojrauilNtiporlnUud llleUojrauilNtiporlnUudout Ild uiciuoy ey anti HUIorlnltll HUIorlnltlloul NuuicrinleutI NuuicrinleutIeI
out eI Hroolw UrOll relic rnl oi > this Improve Improvenioiiu 1IIIroiUOII iuuIiIrotcutoiti
nioiiu iUOII that tlutColonel Ho trc1iisiuiriiIeit trc1iisiuiriiIeits trc1iisiuiriiIeitColonel IlIltrtltllflt IlIltrtltllfltColonel
s
Colonel J J 1 Dlckp DckW 1iCk Yj v supnlnUmcUrit supnlnUmcUritof
of tho third dlstrlqtof IUslrlcr or the w Wlltrl wesispli wesisplidivision m rii riidivision I I11llon
division 11llon of tho Wtororw wtf tPrII rl Union lnlul Telcc Telccgraph Ieie Ieieitraidi I Isrlwh
graph company OIIIIY nmVS5 nltf antliiPUrlntefldehit > PirIntentl poIlnllntfl1 nt U UUrooks I Iihirooks
Urooks of tho Donrpf Iel IeutyptIiatriet r district arrived arrivedthis 111111 arrtvsdthis
this mornlntf tl nhll fiotn flOII tom tljp tli Rnsl nSL ovor lbs IhuUnion Ihl Ihl1nlon lbslluiion
Union 1nlon Pacific Pncllo and all tv icjilster t llrterld at It the thaKnutsford tho1lut theKnuteforti
Knutsford 1lut ColthW They worje WO at lt onro vultod wllto1 wllto1Oi vultodon
Twlford of the thwcity thecity thecity
on Oi > 1 by Manager alaeer J 1 J J
city ollleoH otCOt with wlh whoiii ihoy the weru doe doeclod Ilot Ilotctod riotcLod
clod most of tho inbrnW 11011111 Col ol Dlctay DlctayBtntcd Dck Dckstnted Ilckeystated
stated hut tlt tho WIjtp Weotfftt 1 Union had hl Ju jlwt jlwtcomplotNI just justcompicted t tcomploled
comploled BtrlngliiB strlnsllG nruw 11 a flew copper wi Will Willbetween w wbntWHn
between bntwI1 Denver and fcalt 4alt Luke mid nlllll nlllllOW In Innow isItOtY
now OW swinging SIIr111 on 00 onu fPni tlpen Omahi Olaiu lo Suit SuitLake SllltLI11o Stilttaice
Lake Moreover orcoer thq thcrrolpnny thiqounpany ftompany Is l com completing COl cciiiilethiig ¬
pleting Ietlli the stringing utlnglng of u 1 No 8 Iron IronWire lrn lrnWlr ironilru
Wire from tlOI vault Salt Lake ICIIO to hIdes lollo All Al this thiswill thlMwi thisiili
will wi bo 10 a great addition 11dllQn to tho furjll furjlltics turJ fachlities
tics tlel offered orrOca for Salt Lako i ttO ubulnlI business ai aitho a nuthe 14 14the
the MJIVICO felvtco will wl be b more 010 cxt oxtend cxtsnduI nd t l nnd nndhotter flll flllbotcl ruutthotter
hotter botcl than thln over before Col DlcMy DlcMysaid f1llIY f1llIY1m rjlkeysaul
said 1m II tho Wost Western rn Union Ulian was fully tulv alive aliveto alluto
to this th Importance II1orrunco of it Salt Lake Lnkl n ni ni r rcommvtclal r acmnmoucial
commvtclal CftfInl center and 101 that ciTrytlitng ciTrytlitngwould e ewould Iry hllr hllrwould
would bo dono to give give tho pooplo f thin thincity thlcity thiscitI
city unsurpassed ulRIrlaHaedfucllltiO facilities aeiilios for iininn iininnbufllnefls 11Inglu IiiIgbusiness
business lu lne I as I far as telegraphic tollllhlo fiKillioi fiKillioiwere fttihleswere
were concerned Doth DOtl he and nnl Sent SuptRmnkn SUlltHrolt SentI3rnnka
Rmnkn Hrolt COlcorlt aro aI horo to meet Col flowery floweryMen II IICO lavrrbice
Men ice CO president Ilrc hent nnd nld general g ncral supeiiueii supeiiueiident supelnltn supelnltndelt
dent delt of tfio tlo company CImpl1l1Y who will wi b In be In Intown Intown Intottn
town tomorrow In li the ito company clflmn i pil pilvate 111vntl P1hvate
vate vntl car Electric lectrlc on el route east 101 ol olClowery oIClowery
Clowery has hnt ha been for some time Ilr1l li liCalifornia 11llforln iinhifornla
California llforln looking lool < ng ovor oir the situation Iltlntoll hi Inthat hitlbl hithat
that state and wont west QSI over otr the thesouthern Ihl thesuthicrtt
southern Rllthf tlbl lines IIC Col Dickey cMy wa Wi nskcd nskcdwhat l asktilwhat k1 k1wllt
what wllt the company vn tas i doing with the theold IhooM tliOohil
old Dofiorct DIICIot Telegraph anil nnt he said that thatn tls t
n 0 good od deal of tho wire hw IU1leen been trans transferipil trUII runsfCriel
feripil t mll to the companys 1 regular regul pclo pcloand Illlmlnnd holesand
and that tho Ihoold old line Ino between butW en Josh JII and andH nnllut rindlit
H ut Occur Get 31 was being belngus used II1H as of old oldTcxus 011 oltirvii1tcc
4 4UA
UA rvii1tcc rvii1tccI1exus VI NO MANIAC MANIACfcxus
Tcxus Jtiffltlvo VllgltlvoFrqlii Illvo From lrcif Justice Jusleo Ooo OooiJIuil OooI OooMad
Mad I ad nt nttSpcdal n ntVIiecnlle ntVIiecnlleSpeCiai tCIWCII tCIWCIISpeclnl
tSpcdal to the ttiNeuv5 ttiNeuv5Cheyenne NowsJ NowsJCheyenne cw81Cheyelnc
Cheyenne Cheyelnc Wyrt WYI l Iqe > ec ccGrI B qJjI8 H1 H1the Inrr Inrrtho rnrrthe
the fugitive tuslhotrom from thcps p8 urrcsted Irfcltelt ur ested ut utliaramle utnlnine atIatutnle
liaramle tw < v vc kHaBaanl 1kl 1onil nhnli nhnlicnmo hlhoamo hinbCattle
Cattle a rnvlni mftnlao Inlnln In li his call nu nl ntil ntiluicted > l lttcted 1tctel1
ttcted tctel1 like Iko a wild wilI bedflt b n t wa WM qvei o onipow onipowcecil IPOW IPOWedllt pow powered ¬
cecil edllt last night and Inl IWi1 wnn taken tapn o f tho thoInsane tho118ale hoinsane
Insane 118ale asylum When tho ofllcoim onCUI UP UPprarod lp lpfrcrt tujiprared
prarod frcrt to tnki > Btarr Btarruut out of his hil cell cl the tnonunlao tho11111no theumnino
nunlao 11111no became belme frantic tIUm for live fve hours hourshe hlurA hlurAhe Imuirnhe
he ran rln about nbolt the cage CIJ batterIng bfterhlt ho IheIron hoIron hueiron
Iron bars with his bond henl hands and ali feet feetuntil ect ectunt ectUntil
until exhutistcd 9xlluUSIc when wl1el oHloer jumped jumpedInto JUh1 Junpeillitto ll llInto
unt Into tho cell cel and enveloped ellelolwl tho prUoncr prUoncrIn JIMr
In a blanket oven than It I requited tho thocombined Ihllcamblnld ilnucombined
combined camblnld strength Itlenth eve1 of four our men Icm to tl hold holdtin holdthl holtithe
tin thl maniac 1111111C 1111111Cy manurey
Y M 0 A BANQUET BANQUKTAinuinl B NQUW NQUWAUlunl
Ainuinl AUlunl Function Functon fakes Place Next NextWeek N NextVeck3felnberslIilI xl xlWeck3hlbershhl
Week Weck3hlbershhl Veck3felnberslIilI Mciiilorslilii Incrcasliiff IncrcasliiffTho
The Y Sf f C A will wil a week cell from fromtonight tromtonight colts coltstonight
tonight hold 10ld Ha Is annual membership membershipbanquet membershipbllluet membershipbanquet
banquet bllluet Secretary Sccrllry Axton stated to today toan o oday ¬
an day that It would bo b b the biggest one oneever olleCVCI outsever
ever CVCI held hull by tho association fls9clatlol In this tinscity thiset thiscity
city The total membership lelborshlll to date Is Is12T I It21
et 12T 27 and It Its L Is expected that tlt It t will wi be boInorenped beInclilll beineteased
Inorenped Inclilll to 600 during lurll tho next week weekTho weekrlo vcekrite
rite rlo secretary spcretar slated today that thlt the Ihomatteis themnUals itsmatteis
matteis of the usjpclatlon lclltlon aro In ex excellent excclhmt oxceihent ¬
Is
cellent condition condIton nnd that ho hop hopIs hopIsthat hopesthat < > i ithat
that next n xt year the membership Iclbcr hlp banquet banuuctmay banllUetmay banquetunay
may bo held In Inn n new OW building buiding owned ownedby oWllI oWllIb ownidby
by b tho association nsoclnton There Thro 1 II is consIder constdnable eonsttl eonsttlablo consIderable
able chnlice of that happening hall eiilg too tooenld tooeall toosaid
said he 011CO Tonight the board b rd of directors directorsmat dlrectol dlrectoltCft directorstuiCt
mat to discuss dl cuss means tels of extending the theinfluoncii thenfuuOw theintluonen
tCft influoncii of the association llbcluton and nn ot In Increasing Incrpnsln Incra8lnt ¬
creasing nfuuOw Its faeilltoa tlcllto Tho board loanl con confists canets confists
fists of It IVonk ls 1lerCPi Walter WIIGI C Lyns LynsDr Lrli L1htDr
Dr Ilummer IIUUm I Dr Silver Slver C S Wilkes Wike
8 U 1 Tuttle Hudson lul18n Smith B 11 Wood WoodJ
J L Paine 1 < 111 Iian Ilan Stevens and Thomas ThomasWeir Tholas TholasWclr ThomasWoir
Weir WeirESTIMATOR WclrSTIMtI WoirEST1MATiS
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ESTIMATOR STIMtI A KOlt 1 01 NVY VAIUIS VAIUISTwenty 1 YARISTweutly nS nSTwonlY
Twenty Ono 010 Oui and audit n Half Mllllols MllllolsWnlCl MillionsSnntcil Millions MillionsWnnloil
Wnnloil WnlCl lo Maintain ifnluinituWashington llltnll Tlicin TlicinWashington hcl hclWnahlngton
Washington De BThe tTlo rapid rapidKrowth rapIdnrowth rapidgrowh
Krowth of tho navy Is the plea Ile set 8 t up upby lP lPhy upby
by Itenr Admiral Hndlrott Jnlicot chief of the thebureau theImreu thebureau
bureau Imreu Inr of yards sarl1 and docks Iteels to Justify Justifythe jUUY jUUYthe
the submission lubll llon of estimated Itrnte for the themaintenance theIllntonnncl themaintominnee
maintenance Illntonnncl of the nuvy yards nrdll and andstations anelIlatOII andstations
stations and nlel Improvements InItoemGntl aggregat aggregating QRJrlnt QRJrlntJng ¬
IlatOII lug J21625359 Ho 10 admits nl1m1s that these theseHtlmateH thes thesestimntes
fltlmnlel HtlmateH are much beyond tho limit limitsupposed lmit lmit8UPIOle limitsupposed
supposed probable pobahle when hel lien the current currentappropriations currlt currltnpprprlllln currentappropriations
appropriations were mado hut tt declares declaresthat drclnrethnt declaresthiutt
npprprlllln mnlo
that nil al the thl works worlB named are consid considered eonslderNI consldereti ¬
ered ncccsoary ncccsoaryTho Icoe81ary Icoe81aryThe
The estimates eltlmntp for or the various navy navyynrdfl nav navnrd navYyards
yards nrd arc n ns follows followsPortsmouth tolowl followsPorrsrnnuthi
Portsmouth Portrouth N H 1017675 thin thinIncludes thll thiSInelutles I IIncludes
Includes SrOOO 500000 for a new denting Mnlng dry drydock drYdock drydock
dock Boston < 157000 naval 1 l coal de depot depot dopot ¬
pot Rhode IhOlo Island I20MOO S2000 naval eta station etaIon la latlon ¬
Ion Now London JMOOO 11 New TorV TorVJ475flOO YOtSMilOOO
SMilOOO J475flOO Nrw League Island Islllfl J7 Sm3f0 Sm3f0WnBhlnJton 374130 374130Washingon ISf0 ISf0Washington
Washington WnBhlnJton smoo G220fli Norfolk Nort orfolk lk 1811
000 Charleston lo0000 Key Ke West West9SOOO WestS930
S930 9SOOO Ponsacoln lonlrlnSm SI0OO 9S5 95fDO M I Algiers La LaS900
359000 Mnro Island JSS7CO AIJlerl Puttrt PuttrtPound llllt lllltBounet IugetSound
S900
Pound SI 1163600 O Son Juan 3813000 3813000Tutulla 6130 5130O0Tutulin
Tutulla 1011000 01U0 Onvlte PIle 1381000 S38100 Olon OlonKnpo Oon Oonl1po Olotigapo
Knpo l1po 14431100 stmtl Guam OUm 31210G 31210GIn 1210 1210In 1200Jn
In addition nllltlon to these thl p Item lm the tht report reportasks rlpor reportasks
asks nn al appropriation nTroprlaton of I itflSOCKiO St50o to tocomplete tocnmpllte tocomplete
complete n8l cnmpllte th the four dry lr docks nt lt Ports Portsmouth lorlsmouth lortsmouth ¬
mouth Uoston OlltQl League Island Isllnit anti nndMare nm1Ior antiMare
Mare Ior Island IslandAn Jland Jlandn IslandAn
An n engineering tnllncrlM featurq of the report reportIs rprt rprtII
Is II a recommendation rerolmencntlon thai th l all al of the thepower thepower thispower
power plants In tho navyyards naylYrdM be con concentrated cn cncentratel concentrated ¬
centrated centratedIvJtcmptctl centratel centratelHxcmplrd centratedHxcuuiptcul
IvJtcmptctl from Tonnnjro To no lne lneWashington JlIr JlIrWn iuuesWashIngton
Washington Wn hlnlton Dee 6lIr 6 Mr Clmmber Clmmberlain llmhor llmhorlalh hiamber hiamberlain
lain the commissioner lolnmIR lonr qf navigation navigationhas nlpton nlptonha
ha has Issued I sll n 1 tlrcular In Inltrh lnvhlrh whlih Wlnrt Wlnrto lrt lrtOt
o Ofl j of customs cu toml throughout throulholt the fnlted fnltedtBatcs initeiSates nll1 nll1tFltes
Ot directed to empt emptrain vfswis vfswisfrom
Sates tFltes are trf dlrcltNl I f i ppla pplarrm
from rrm rain the tle Philippines Illpnines nrrlvlne In this thiscountry thll thiNcopntry
country of tonnage tonnnlo tax lvled vfel under underauthority undernuthorl underauthority
authority nuthorl of the not It of ot86 otlSS6 1SS6 VtssMs VtssMsnrrlvInR VisesISarriving
arriving nrrht from foreign torol pflrtir pOrt via 1 Ia the thePhilippines thelhlppln8 thePhilippines
Philippines lhlppln8 or visiting vleltng foreign ports portswhile prt9 prt9whllo portswhile
while on a 1 voyage from trolj1 froniJtB fhe Philippines Philippinesto PhippIn
to 0 the United States are nrif still lUl mbj subject IUbJectto ct ctto
to tho tax This nctlprj nclolfla nctibtIs Is taken un under UI tinder ¬
der tho authority nuthorlt of thl ti thjrosnt rfcwnt rlOnt lIed decisions lIeds10l8 deeisions ¬
sions s10l8 of the Supreme Coutr Co lrtn In the thehl Phil Philippine DM1pplne ¬
ippine cases cle
TO SHUT OU OUUTAH OUUTAHS
UTAH UTAHS UTAHSOigantic S SI SGiganti I
Gigantic Giganti Combination F FExclude PExcude FExclude
Exclude Excude Herds Icl4ds Prom Fromter PromI Promtei
ter tCIRangesLea tCIRangesLeaWIlnl Ranges RangesSnwlal RangesLeaWicilah I
Snwlal WIlnl to tho Nowg NoWI 1 1Ihl411
Ihl411 Cli yihhuio Wo Deo Dee 6 A ttlgnntlo ttlgnntloins Ulgnllto I
cOIIIIItOI culnbjlmfltinui J hcuni r torn1 ntIWj at Uttwi I
ins by Hit rtrtpmen 1 lllel ot whnt wTllt II Is hnown w j
ft as this
Swwtualci Saeetw
11 t1a cu country foe to 0 tho pin
IIU
pose J of excluding Gxoludl1 HoBltmuHtoru loclllllltcr from fromutflh trol t
Utah and anll0 local l catt cattle mon mel trol frosts rom on
woaehln cI040hh upon pon what whn I is known as the thered th thrtlllltt theret
red rtlllltt ret iiuHtt winter ranges ralkel In BwottwnUr BwottwnUrcuunty Swotwn SWOetiyrtcrCoutit r rcUlnu I
cuunty cUlnu It I Is Proposed IJroJoll to letuo lelo and buy
ll on tin hi Union Ullon Pacific lnalOo every 8er alter alternato nlel alternato
nato 110 Motion fctul own oWlltl owluSil d by the company OOIIIIY and Ul i ithllby
thtrcby thllby oorttrol uortrol approximately aVJrorlmut ty 1 WOOOO 1000 1000AUe 143i000sues WOOOOatr
atr AUe sues of lt the limit winter
flt whltl funding fundingKrouud tOO111t tOO111tIrol1 eatihuigground
ground Irol1 in the lie w W8t eat H 13 3 saul Ihllhnt hint for forny rurIS toeIitui5
Iitui5 ny IS yenis yens the liloCHnen snecitruten nocpm n of Utah Unh hate havoton II hatewintering
ton HI wintering wlnlclll their Hooks In tho lie red rtl rtltlflrt
dfitert tlflrt driving dlIII th the sheep bitch hCcl homo m mtune 1 inlittle
tune tllle to escape 1CJ0 tlio Ins tri collouloi cOCltolI Tho lhtoqeckinasteri 10 10Okl8lterl
1 qeckinasteri Okl8lterl ckma tni have frequently come COIO in incomliet hICOlllol liiColihhIet
comliet COlllol with Wyoming WYll1111 Mheepmon 1le Ileli and nndrtUputfis nlll nllldIJutf1 anddisputes
disputes havo 19 been on Ui the lie result rul Local Localouttl e eoutltmel t tOutliStapti
outtl outltmel OutliStapti m n have 1110 also ull cairlcd on 0111 n war waragainst wa n nn118t i
against n118t locnl JOCII lo nh ana nn foreign forolll nheepmon nheepmondoad IhelJIOn IhelJIOnd i 5
death d oll litmus Ili have hlvo been h el drawn und there thcroIcrincr Ii pg pgDR
Iir r
DR CLRK CLARK SrRI STRIhForitier
m
Icrincr Salt Sni Laker Discovers Dscovers Be Bctcrcd I3ctered ti titercd
tercd in WyomingAssay Wyomlng Assay Q QOilier flat C Ct
at t
Oilier Oilcr Utah Men Snidlo SnidloSpecial Snl Saidionil nil niliVy 3 3i
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ljm ljmIn he
1 In InSpecial
Special to tho News NewsCheyenne NewsCheyenne
f
Cheyenne CheYell Wyo Dei DC f Dr C Clark Clark C Mn lf
lark formerly torlQrl a practicing pructclnll phyjilclanjln phyjilclanjlnIn phY3lcln ln lnIn
In Salt Sal Lake and associates oSloclatel have 1110 dliifl1 dliifl1covered dh dhCooleel dhiuWcovoreti
covered the richest gold goll mlno 111 overjt overjtfound ever0
found toullliln In the lie state and ah have been offereilpn offereilpnEO0IO otclllnWOOO over1
110000 EO0IO cash for tnI the property A yearrfle yearrflenso yeirie yeirieIgo year yearugo
nso Igo Dr Clark relocated tho l4tbandonftth l4tbandonftthinie Abandon J Jmine
mine 1lln In the John district dlttrlc thirty AbanllonJr miles milessouthwest mies miesolthWetl miiosoiithwest
southwest olthWetl of Laramlu tarlnl and four mlloVir mlloVirnorth m16 m16h mhtus mhtusnnrth
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n miner Ilner employed at a tho Sensation Sonentlonnear IlhJfkl pili r CkS CkSnear
near Silver Slvtrluk iirrurLuko Luke was ns killed leloll yesterduo yesterdmitttornoon lellult In Inafternoon InlCernoonhy
afternoon lCernoonhy by ii a snowHllde Hnowllde Thu men menquit IHI fur ur
quit working at tho upper upperon lPPCI worklnllhn workint workinton j
on account Iccount of the danger of a tll bUltbu bUltbuwhln shIlt t twhen be bewhen
when whln Humphries lulphrlC undertook to rtujTtho rtujTthofrom r C5ttirtbOthe tltro tltrotrom
from tho lower workings worklngl to got a adiestlok iarL r1 h1dg jjj jjjdlestlck the
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him not 10t to go but Inter ho slipped sllllcd < apply appyunobseivcd applyunobserved pplY
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with wih carrying a I concealed COlocllcd weapon tVoor tVoordefenilont tVordetendaltt yordetendant
defenilont this afternoon oternoon annoumt announl1 Wt Wtthat Litlint It Itthnt
that he wished In withdraw wlthr his hi for forpica rltl rltlplEn Ne Necounieh ° 5 5pita
pica if f not guilty guiy to that thit of guilty guiltycounsel HUI q qcounsel
counsel Judgo Tardce suggested IUilestc ta ti tlMc tlMca Me Mea lto ltoa
011il9Pisrce 011il9Pisrcejustice Irce < c cJmtlce
a small mal fine fne would meet the cndspr cnts 1 Tay
justice jUltce us well wel as a heavy hl vy one Cr CtStlltc < r rstutcd
stutcd Stlltc that ho win Wi > preparing prepnrlni to ItrWach ItrWachtovn h ach achtOln
town tOln and aOI was iS taking the gun HUl to rjjllurk rjjllurkIt Il lurk lurkI
It I away with tlw tll In rest of his tbl thlpshthro thlpshthrowhen I Ed Edno r3 r3when
when arrested orrOttl lie 1f further said he P Pno I In
no Intention Intenton of usln u using ln1 It nnd added adde 186 6 ad adhad ndIlll adhail
had Illl n plenty plell of opportunity to use I II I EI
I had hAi wanted tu I Ifhe J JThe ITue
The court curt sentenced Inlence him to pajeckcd pajeckcdfine plreckcll plreckcllnn
fine nn uf lt JSO 5 50 or serve lre thirty clays dS1 at I r ft ftlabor or
labor In the city Jail JailNEW
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to pedal dal
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