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4 THE DESEREfI EVENIM EVENIMTIUTIE
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II 1OOLSALTLAKOITYUJL SALT LAKE CITY
NUM3JKR 18 8
POSETHEIR POSETHEIRREAPPOINTMENT THEIR THEIRConsiderable
REAPPOINTMENT REAPPOINTMENT6OE1SidCE8bIe
Considerable Opposition to Marshal Miller MillerRegister Millergeglster
Register Hobbs and Receiver Smith SiiiitliPot SiiiitliPotmaster Post Postmaster ¬
master Thomas Requests Granted
Special to tha Nowe
1 C flThoo IB IBopposition thsldraIe
sldraIe opposition to tho reap reapof rca rcaiutnIenI
iutnIenI of dten Miller l1Ior us United Unitedof
of F D I Hobbii us usnor u upgI1ir
tatt
pgI1ir L1U1 CIUIO A thnIti n netler
O 110 Ieako Iam oIlce oIlceihr
etler
O VUt nor Wo ieru that thero ute a anujuber aber
ihr
nujuber ber of Q candidates for thcso poal poalSuitor IOiitonJ
tonJ tonJEetItur
Suitor Kcarns KeW will make roooin roooinItieiiMtloJM rooomted4UQI16
ItieiiMtloJM ln tt tow days W fur tn ttIe8Q < 8 at atBto offtc
Bto ftc Jt t 18 no iiot known who MO arodtate can
IdiJates dtate at iirosrent Congro Congrtntan nmn Butli Butlij Sutiirand
j r rand nd had r ttlvrJ ft t pstlUon from fromycs tit titloycj
loycj ycs o of the lie Salt Lake postofflce thaiilc
I IANIBALISA1 IN Tile PIIILIPPINflS
uhIngtOfl Dec ll Cnnnlballsm CnnnlballsmIn
I as AVed In the varied list of ofcharged ofr1utS
r1utS charged nualnst Filipinos by byj byth1TICAfl
I th1TICAfl j m military courts According According6j ACCOIdtfltie
6j tin record tCC of O R courtrnartlal co coed x > u un
ed In n the department of tho Viwi Viwiu
u sI P Ii 1 wlltcl1 llft8 ben e < in received receivedh at atho
ho h var ar department Itaymundo lontc
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BASK Ni UOUOPIIICS IN OHIO OHIOBurglars 01110urgIr8
Burglars Vnnuoccsgtul nt Felicity Felicitytint
S tint flucoossfiil ot Shrove Shrovetclnnatl 3lirivcCitcrnatI
tclnnatl Ohio Dec 11Burglars 11Burglarseanunsucceeful 1113tirgarLean
Lean eanunsucceeful unnh1ceEfUI Attempt to rob tho thoLfe ho hof
Lfe f of the First Notional bank at Fell Felljt 1ohIclermont
jt Clermont county early today todayai toaaycn35
armed hlm hInehf lf and
cn35 ai Donald nn nnchtnw Oni
i chtnw of shots followed which whichlikened whichS
likened thd ho lown and the burglars burglarsei btirIiiriI
S ei I They hud cut the telephone Wires Wireshut svIrtht
hut t it was ascertained that they thle board boarda hioir hioirft
a train for Cincinnati Word was wasint WnH3t
int 3t to the th pollco nt Cincinnati who whoere rhoonly
ere only able to BOO tho alert thieves thievesing
ing g off on the further side Ith of tho thortln thio2fl
rtln 2fl M ft U teiiched the ti city They then thenido thoui1
i1 ido their way ay through back yards and anducd
3 ucd d the river Into Kentucky KentuckysbrtTC ICoxutuchyi
i sbrtTC Ohio Dec ilg it A gang of oflm ofI
ghftrft lm last nlftht blow the ante of Iho Ihonk thi thirk
I
nk at thle pWce with dynnnilto Two Twothe Twothe
the cracksmen weVefnMtured WI aiuturw1 whlls whllsvtral wbhhveaI
vtral escaped In n stolen thlen buggy buggyDICIAIUCOMMITTEKMBKTINO
1 DICIAIUCOMMITTEKMBKTINO DICIAIUCOMMITTEKMBKTINOfill
fill Iih Coanlder Anurohlst and Antl AntlTrust tntiTrust
Trust Questions QuestionsIWuhlnglon QucNtIoIIuI
I IWuhlnglon Dec llJudgo nay naylrman flayI
I lrman of the Judlclan commlt cominhteeI tc tcIs
Is I culled a meetlhg of the commilteo commilteor Cflfl1ttCtoitorw
r tomorrow when heu the Important Importantlottlons luiportuintettO
lottlons ettO of restricting anarchy ami amiiarMhl rtnlI
iarMhl arclIfttft t8 and of formulating an nn nnEmat Rnu
I u Emat trjit meature will be dlacusBed In Inraally IniaUy
raally In view of tho ho Presents Presentsrommendatlonit I IR
R rommendatlonit both of if these sub subid iub iubit
id it are contlilored of the first Import ImportIce importP
Ice P Many plans of dealing with an any onui
ui by y Are before the committee ant anilnay antflay
nay Is i drafting a measure com combing coinS ¬
bing S thtlr test features As to anil anilpst itntist
pst st legislation conferences will bo bowith ti tiI
< I with thft President nnd Speaker SpeakerIndenon hiueakcdrn
Indenon drn with a view of determining determiningfcrj duiterrnInintht
fcrj what lines hin It IB desirable to pro prowith vroCi
Ci with thin th1 subject subjectHepburn ftubjectIriran
Iriran Hepburn has called a ahe Ituirg
= uirg of he commltteo on nterstnte intcrRtattforeign nterstnteA
A foreign commerce for Friday when whenp whenplans
p pUns for iBthmlan canal letfs letfsn 1ZIil
n v1ll tiI be formulated Mr Hep Hepi Ilephi
il
hi i laid today that he saw u1 no reason reasonthe
1 the Nicaragua canal bill could not notftrted notT
T rep3rtPt ftrted to tho House by next Tues TuesHut FtIOHj
j Hut he will 1il not ask tho House Houseact
SI act upon the measure until after afterwnfllng aftertnJirg
wnfllng HayP flayPauncefoto uncefoto treaty Is IsIfitJ hftIeh
IfitJ by the tb Pcnate Pcnatene enatee
ne e rivers and harbors committee committeeI
u4 I meetnwt meet next week and shape a pro proro
07 ro for coriilderlng CORIi 1eriu a river IVcrafl and liar harbill liarFEflIltri
bill billI
I FEDnilATIOJf FEflIltri OP LAUOn LAUOnk
k 7 Iteiolutloos IleIOiuIifluIflnfercl Kntopcd lint bUtferrel He Hefcrred
fcrred to toaflte1 Commlttens Commlttensffahton
ffahton aflte1 Pa iwc II 11Lha 11Lharation The American Americanralion
ration of Ubor convention listen hi8tenl
l Ns 1 raorning to o the report of the ex exv e ea
a se v council ot this federation which whichJ
i4 J nod w by Jdmes Duncan Orel vice viceU viceiiett
= U iiett ntot ot IC > lie federation federationr
r C report Port was ia referred to a commit commlll
c l fOllowing ollowlnjrfommittee opimhttne was appoint appointconsider appointOCffllher
consider ° all questions of trade tradetdent
fnctny
tdent Samuel aomperfl James Jamesi
l3eatcn ° T5on John Mlf Acll IuhI ln Inf
f poll t ° i John Jf J Mulhoiland Tolo ToloMl ToicRnd
Rnd C Ml 1IuBllcsSan Ifuglics San A1 A1referring ri riu
u Oiutimi referring to trade anton autonto
Crc in to the new hpeolal Com ComOther comI comftUtty
I ftUtty Other reBolutlons reBolutlonsnro
are tnartc flflC f r the or orlonlzd orr
r tc of a aUlnber of tradeR that thati thathC
hC lonlzd and an Itt sovrftwn Ittn
i Gtfl drawn rftwn UP for torIotal the theTi
n of tIIig Iotal Iotaltoth Union llffrr llffrrIn
In Ti toth tothtor to tlue ° incoming incomingeftOlufie
eftOlufie eftOlufieCf Cf I c 1Ing for the appoint appointrRatll nppointJ
J u mcii as orgallili orgalliliI rRatll rRatllto
I OUIIt refercd to the thethrit theeirTUtI
fr Paul action actionrI
rI eirTUtI ruIflh1ipuuufli that the thomnko theto
to feJisration mnko nn anlflpr
lflpr nr ho school tcnchQW of ofunanimously ofcrnrnenh
crnrnenh unanimously adopted adoptedat
lid ation fm the committee committeeI
I ii to IfIng the executvc executvcI
I ru InftSGgC of ana anaflrIIn
flrIIn unit lfliofllfthflg lfliofllfthflg1aleci
1aleci a1opte a1opteAO
AO rt Inljig at Football FootballtndsVi Fuuptimihor
or orlii
lii tndsVi Is r wTnAt At the Queens club clubI4
I4 e i f5 trl flIfl flIflft
ft FtlPfl 1 a goal unit a try tryUItlb
UItlb tiIru r1i1ie ncccuding to toft
ft a hi tlQtCflSOOhOttI tlQtCflSOOhOttIcre
cre creICCC
ICCC Iti ItirRd
iIIIiiu Iii i1oruu1o i1oruu1oF
rRd F Cob Deci1LTIio Deci1LTIiorr311
rr311 rRIiw todu cut cutj
j z3 ft beLweioici beLweioicittOlncej
ttOlncej rek rekit
it with uht rn rnS
S
Ins Inghurii lilm for his support of roslmnqtci
Thomns iu t endorslntr him for ronp ronppolntmtnt sonppOhfltIant
polntmtnt polntmtntPoitmaatcr pOhfltIantVOtiutintt
Poitmaatcr Thomaa called at tho thopostofllc thopotofliei
postofllc department this morning In Inconnection Incolmectlcm
connection with improvement of the theSalt thuauzlt
Salt Laltu postoftlro The department departmentgranted departmentgranted
granted all requests that Mr Thomns Thomnsasked Thomiftttkcd
asked Tho money order branch ot the thooillco the011cc
oillco will have Improved dating ma machines tn tnchiint ¬
chines Installed new furniture has hasbnen htauboon
boon ordered fur Cnlders Park station stationfoi
foi thin use of the rural free delivery deliveryBenlco ilehlyorynr1co
Benlco and new faellltlfti for the dis dispatching diftpathuing ¬
patching of public business with Milt MiltCicoK MittCreoh
CicoK and Irangor uiral delivery dis disiriul dl dltriot
iriul
a native found hli hiiewbtctng working companion companionLlbciato comtnniouuLhbevatu
Llbciato Bonllro alcbplhg In his Felt Fonles Feltteu
les boat Fonto became enraged enragedkilted euwagediithte4
kilted the slumbering man with a blow blowof
of r un oar cut oft his nose and cars ear and andaccording and andaccording
according to hlo own confession cooked cookedand cookelaftd
and ato part of the body He was son BOHtcnced sontenced
tcnced to lie haiured at Caplz Panny Pannyon
on the 13th I nut
trip tickets with n limit of 25 5 days for
40 cents Truffle Manager 8 J Henry Henryof
of the Colorado Springs Cripple CrippleCreek CrIphieCreek
Creek District railway said that his hisroad hi hiroad
road would not meet this cut but would wouldcontinue wouldContinue
continue to sell tickets for the trip to toor toor
or from the gold camp nt fifty cents centsand ccntcml
and round trip tickets nt 80 cents Be ¬
fore lie cutting began tho faro faroono onoway ray
was 2O 50 Freight tariffs over both
lines for all commodities except coal in incarload incarload
carload lots have been reduced to flvo flvocents Ilvocenta
cents a hundred pounds pountlTeller t tTeller
Teller Fltuham Arraigned ArraignedMansion trraigncuIIlahiston
Mansion N Y Dec HCharles E
Fltclmm teller of tho First National
bank of Dallston was arraigned In his
homo today before the United States Statescommissioner Btateulcojimjsoir
commissioner on or charges preferred by
M C Medbury ca cashier hler of tim bank bankand batikanti
and n r J 1 Graham national bank ex examiner oxamber ¬
amber The charges allege that KUch KUchnm Fttcham
nm approprlatfid HOOOOO of Uio banka bank8untie
funds A plea of not guilty was wastored en entered ¬
tered end examination won waived waivedBall waIydflail
Ball woe fixed at 20000 which it la ejc ejcpeeled etpected
peeled will bo furnished FJtchqtn ro romalna romain
main III In tatcd tatcduiuit bed bedWant
Want uiuit Clomcncjr CiOtflOflOyftrMiAq for Mls < Knstwlok KnstwlokWashington lnctviokWahlngton
Washington Dec 11 11The The applica application ¬
than for clemency In the cnso of Miss MissEwtwlck tisslastwicl
Ewtwlck the American girl confined In Inprison inprison
prison In London for raising a rail railroad railucad ¬
road bond has ha been forwarded to the thoUnited theUnited
United States embassy at London and andMr andMr
Mr white secretary in charge will do doall doall
all In his hI power to amcloilate the con condition condhtionnf ¬
dition dhtionnf of the prisoner The British Britishgovernment flrltiahgovernment
government has It li said been very
indulgent In this case and there la every everyrctuon everyreMon
rctuon to expect that It will contlnus to tobe tobe
be so
Down With the JnnkerBudapest Tnnkers TnnkersBudapest
Budapest Dec It 11The Tho differences differencesbetween differenceabetween
between capital and labor are assum assuming rissumIng ¬
ing aggravated proportions here Hund Hundreds Itundreds ¬
reds ot unemployed persons paraded paradedthe
the streets today shotlng Down vlth vlththo ith ithtide
tide Junkers They made such a athreatening athreatening
threatening demonstration bolero the thoKntlnnnl theZctlnnuil
Kntlnnnl nluh and Social club buildings
lhat ttIii the police wore ore obliged to charge chargennd chtr chtrtUdddiFpithtm
nnd tUdddiFpithtm disperse them Numbers of ofeutenipt ar arrests ¬
rests were maflc maflcAttempt
Attempt to Wreck Erie Train TrainLima TrainIlma
Lima 0 Dec llAn attempt wn wnmado WOSmade
made last night to wreck n Westbound Westboundpassenger Westboundpasoner
passenger train on the Krlo railroad railroadnear
near this t Is city Two heavy ties were weroplaced wereplaced
placed on the track Tire engineer dis discovered discovered ¬
covered the obstruction but was unable unablelo
lo stop his hl train until the ties had bspn bspnshoved beeiushovod
shoved ahead a distance of over 100 100feet 100feet
feet The enslnc was derallcu but no noother noother
other damage was done doneThe doneThe
The MeKlnlcr Cnrrlnco Darned DarnedChicago BurnedChlago
Chicago Dec llThe carriage IB IBwhich hiwhich
which President SIcKlnley rode when whenho ihienho
ho was here nttendirg the ponce Jubi Jubilee JLiblee ¬
lee celebration in ISIS and which whichPlayed whichplayed
Played a conspicuous part In the Me MeKlnley McKinley
dee dettrovcd deetroyetl
Klnley memorial services was
otday In the theivery thelIvery
trovcd In a V fire early
lIvery stables of the Leroy Payne com company cornpan ¬
pan 111 Michigan avenue ounueMurdered avenueMurdered
Murdered HH hIi Wife WifeChicago WifeNinnenPOhlS
NinnenPOhlS bllnn Dec 31Reuben 31Reubenplckott
trial fo ho homurder
WhO lies been on
plckott
charred body bodywas
murder of bile wire whose
of their theirflat
was found In the bath room
flat SIA5 found guilty of manslaughter i iin
in ho first degree by a jury today todayChicago
Chicago Jury Bribing Case Caserwaeo CaseChicago
Chicago Dec llJn Judge Smiths Smithswitness mttifscourt
W Matter Con Continned
Edward
court today
yesterdaY yesterdaYIn
tinned his testimonY begun
uhltvafl uhltvaflcharged
In the trift of 4tlcxaruder
COfltltud0Y in connection connectionwith
charged with operatlofla of ofIames
with the 3urY bribery oxbahlUf of the clr clrcult
T Lypob
Iames Mahuerdi evidence to today
Mr
cult court
denial of Lyneh tettimofly tettimoflynbout
WAS a
day
converSations and communiCa communiCations
nbout himself and the former formerbailiff
tions betY prosecuting prosecutingwitness
the
bailiff and It Inipeached
witness In material jx points pointsSenatOr > lnts lntsBrnatorICSlHaokburn
II hllsckburfl Married MarriedSenator MuirriNiwaingtQn
BrnatorICSlHaokburn SenatOr sT C
Dec ilUnited Slates SlatesSenator
waingtQn J C S BiacKou I3l CkbtIrfl of Ken Kentucky
Senator E Blacheburn Blacheburnwore b
MIY
Mrs
tucky and todaY at the rectory rectoryof
here
wore married Itev Father FatherMackin
church by
of St Paula rere rerepresent
relativea
BH BHmatch Mackin The Only bride a few whflS flust hius hiusband
present BlekbUtfl ft distant distantrelatIve
band 0Judge Of the eflt ° wore ft travet travetlag
relatIve lag costume of tY cloth with hat tO tOniatch
match matchXW niatchNew
Editorial Writer Shot ShotNew
XW York orlc
lycah lycahan
jl4tafbh1
New York DEC
sCtcrflOOti sCtcrflOOtinuwspaler
05 Ill
an editorial wrttCf SCM tiGt QOi1Y this thismornitug
nuwspaler who Ilorr B bOOlC bOOlCbinder
mornitug b AlLSflflhlCt ill in fluiIeV lies liespita
binder auIIi printer OOlallitlofl rho rhooneIl41
pita Is in a crIttOil tIttStflflt tOt1 tOt1coroner
oneIl41 Ufl Th04 0 10 hi hiiitah
Itoir U
coroner bl Iveagh AcOrd
iitah to hi idoatlC0l
l lug to the police IveURh said to Horr
I You ari > tlio nian who Hhot mo You YouDro YoUare
are an anarchist and atq iv publisher of ofanarchistic UIanarohiletto
anarchistic literature1 literature1Iveauh lltcrntUro1teaih
Iveauh tented a room for hlmnclf his hluwlfo hiswife
wife and their yearold son from
fort about a month ago Tho hio rent
hud been paid up until today and yes yestciday yestetday
tciday Ivcugh told llorr that ho In Intender inteIUer
tender to move Conflicting BtorlcH arc arotold arctold
told ao to the cause of the shooting ati bt1n
but it eeema to havo followed an ut uttempt uthtempt
tempt by Ivcnth to enter hi his roont tit titter 1sfter ¬
ter ho hud been locked out by Horr Horrurolmtiu 1lortill
till urolmtiu of Idaho Timber Iunils rIjaiuIBnokatte IunilsSpokane
Spokane WOftitu Yash Dec iOTI > e Davl DavlComdtnck Pavluolnttoek
Comdtnck company of Duliilh and andHpolfuno afllfllkuno
Hpolfuno Imif purchased ovur Uo Uowiuaro ItvulIiaru
wiuaro miles at timber flvv miles eant eantuf at atof
uf Granite Idaho It Includes about aboutCO000000
CO000000 feet of unw timber mainly mainlywhlta mainlyW1IUc
whlta pine Tlio pUco Is not nude pub
lio ii
Boors Hurprlujd und Captured Cnpturtdco Capturedhioii
hioii hco co 11Lord Lard Kitchener In Ina Ina
a dispatch from IJtamlorton Trnnsviiul Trnnsviiuldated Trcln8vuialdatcU
dated Tuosdny Decombor 10 nn nnnomices oilliOuhces
nomices hat Deft DiucoHamllton uf uftor illtar
tar a nIght march surPrised and cap coilured ¬
lured prootloally tile whole of Uio Uorf UorfJiethcl hJor3ethel
Jiethcl Lomtnand at Trlohardsfontcln Trlohardsfontclnurly
urly that morning Seven Douis were werekilled wcuckilled
killed and 131 word njado prlqonora prlqonoraCarnatinn hirloIlOrsCarnauian
Carnatinn Knt Guilty of CoiiNplrnuy CoiiNplrnuyColumbus ColipIrauyCotuinbus
Columbus 0 Doc H 11Fho tho Jury In Intho inthe
the Curmiluin conspiracy cit ItSO > o returned returneda
a vcidlct of not guilty today Carna Carnahart Cariteshiatt
hart prealdenf of the United 8tnl StMeuI StMeuINavy a aNavy
Navy and Mall Publishing company of ofWushlngton ofWuhlngton
Wushlngton D 0 was charged with withconspiring withcOuisuIrIuig
conspiring with nifcnts live of Whom Whomfro vhontirc
fro now Borvinir time in a the peniten penitentiary peniteitlUsty ¬
lUsty to defraud by fftlaely ra achy represent representVH
lilt VH tho nfjLiitB to bo olllcern of the pen pension OIl OIlstun ¬
stun bureau The easy attracted wide wldeeptead widepead
eptead attention attentionGold attentionGolul
Gold for Kuropo KuropoNew luropoNoi
New York Dec ItIIoldfclbuch ItIIoldfclbuchIckelhetmer 1tXfehdOhbacluuIokclhcirner
Ickelhetmer Co havo engaged J50D oo
000 In Kod for export tomorrow tomorrowIt
It was reported that the National NationalCity NationalCity
City Ijnnk would wlthdiaw 000000 In InKold ing
Kold g lth from Its own ivI vaults for sliipincnt sliipincntlo
lo Suroio tomonow but thin authors authorstlea authoiItt
tlea tt tl of lie bank dcclino to conlinn the thoreport thereptirt
report reportLadenburtr reptirtLarhenburg
Ladenburtr Thnlman Co will snip snipby shipby
by tho French steamship tomorrow 650
000 francs gold 108160 to Havre HavreOut hlayreCut
Out Hlu II is ihnjiu ihnjiuChicago flirotit flirotitChtago
Chicago Dec llP C Slelnmaun Slelnmaunsaid toipinatuhsaid
said to be tIle head of thu New Yorlf YorlfJawolry Yorieewo1ry
Jawolry linn of V C C4 Btclnmami Co Cocommitted CouaiUmittud
committed milclOo hero toddy by clu clutins ct ctting
tins his throat with a penknife pen nlfe No Noreaon Norectbon
reaon for tho not is known Jiere JiereDantiy ieee ieeeDafliy
Dantiy Mnhor Arrives ArrivesNew ArrivesNew
New tork Doc 11 11DAnny Danny Jtnhcr Jtnhcrtho Molterthe
the American Jockey who will rldo the therace therace
race horses owned by ICing Edward VIJ VIJof VUof
of England hnH Just ni arivcd > led In this thiscity thiscity
city on the steamship Kaiser Wllhelm Wllhelmder
doe Orosse In an Interview nays naysI
I am over here on a trip for the thoholiday theholidays
holiday I will remain In America un until until ¬
til February and then return to Bog Knuland Boglami
land to gallop the horses for torIttchittrd torIttchittrdtZarsh Ulclmrd UlclmrdMarsh
Marsh and several other trainers In Inmy Inmy
my opinion tim best twoyear twoyear4oid old colt coltlast coltlast
last Benson was Ard Patrick owned by byJohn byJoint
John dubbins Tho best fllly 1 think thinkis
is Sterling Balm BalmGcwt BalmGeest
Gcwt Pleads Guilty GuiltyBuffalo GuiltyBulfAlo
Buffalo Dec li iCty City Treasurer TreasurerPhilip VroasurecPhilip
Philip Oerfllo hearing upon nn order to toshow toshow
show cnuHQ jvhy he should not notbo bo ft ftmovpd retmovtd
movpd from ofike for ulletfod mtflcpii mtflcpiiduct mthetrnduct
duct In office was begun before Mayor MayorDiem MayorDiohi
Diem today Mr Oerst In a written writtenstatement writtenstatonlent
statement presented by his attorney attorneypleaded attorneyhleLtdOd
pleaded guilty to the charges that R Rshortage ashortage
shortage htul existed but said that thatsince thatsince
since November 13 the shortage had hadbeen badbeen
been made good and that there Is now nownothing nownothing
nothing owing the city treasury on his hisaccount hisUCcoUlit
account Mr Oerst added that ho did didnot drLnot
not desire to make any defense against againstthe
the mayors charges but consented to tothe tothe
the mayor making an order romovlnB romovlnBhim
him from office officeIrish olhiceIrish
Irish Nationalists Hall for Ilouin IlouinNew flotioNew
New York Dec 11 11Jolla John D Red Redmond fledmood ¬
mood Thomas ODonnoll and Patrick PatrickA
A McHugh Irish nationalists who whocame whocame
came to this country to solicit subscrip subscriptions subucriptions ¬
tions to the United IriSh league sailed sailedfor sailedfor
for Europe today on the Oceanic OceanicDeath Oceanicflcatli
Death from Itnbonlo Pln IIngiie IIngiieSydney no noSydney
Sydney N S W Doe 11 11A A death deathfrom deathfrom
from bubonlo plague in the suburbs auburbsthis o othis
this city la reported today
Kmgcr nt Utrcahti UtrcahtiUtrecht VtveolitUtrecht
Utrecht Dec 11 11Mr Mr JCrugor rugor former formerpresident louuserpresident
president of the South African repub republic ¬
lie has arrived here and lion taken takenpossession takenpossession
possession of his new residence residenceMr
Mr Kruger who appeared to be In Inexcellent inexcellent
excellent health received n great ova ovation ovaion ¬
ion from crowds of people peopleAVoostcr peopleWooster
AVoostcr Oho University Iturnril IturnrilWooster IttieziedWooster
Wooster Ohio Dee 11 11The Tho main mainbuilding mainbuilding
building of the University of Wooster Woosterburned Wdo5terburned
burned curly today Loss 250000 Int Intsurance in inauranee
surance 70000 70000Snhmnrlno 70000Siiluniuino
Snhmnrlno float Fulton Halno flaisedNow < l lNew
New York Dec 11 11Thq Tho submarine submarinetorpedo submarinetorpedo
torpedo boat Fulton which whiebsank sank nt her herdock herdock
dock nt New Suffolk L I on Monday Mondaywas
was raised today Tim only damage damagedone damagedonC
done the boat was by the cater that thatpoured thatpoured
poured Into her through the open for forward forward ¬
ward hatch Her bottom was not dam damaged damaged ¬
aged After fter her machinery has been beenoverhauled beenoverhauled
overhauled and cleaned the vessel will willjo ri1ibe
be jo as good as ever everlit overItt
lit Itov Thos F Gnmtmn Head HeadLouisville BeauLouisville
Louisville Ky Dec llnight Uev UevThomas ItevThomas
Thomas F Gnmbon chancellor of the fliodioceso thediocese
diocese of Louisville died suddenly hero heroloday herotoday
today of heart failure following an at atlack attacit
lack of grippe grippeMUS grippeMHS
MUS ADA DENNIS STILI LIVES LIVESAt
At Intervals Slio SluiSays Snys t It Its n nWoman usWoniaui
Woman Its In a Hook HookWashington t3ookWashuingon
Washington Dec 11 11Mrs Mrs Ada Oil Gilbert Oilbert ¬
bert Dennis the fashionable dress dressmaker drosamaker ¬
maker found myctcrlously assaulted In Inntr Inbar
bar ntr apartments yesterday morning Is IsCovering Ishovering
Covering between life and death to today today ¬
day She showed some Improvement Improvementthis
this morning but the chance for re recovery uccover ¬
cover li very slight HllchtIts slightIts
Its a woman Its1 It In n book and andIll
Ill tell you all about It are the only onlyLflhotnt onlycohcrent
Lflhotnt words that the detective sit sitting aitting ¬
ting by her horiide ido have bean able to dis distinguish distinguuslu ¬
tinguish These were spoken when whenPho whenelse
else apparently realized what she said saidThe ald7he
The detectives arc not yet ready to an annuum annouilte
nuum ft motive for the crime crimeWilliam crimeWilliam
William H Johns I hnsof of Gettysburg Pa Paa
a wphpw of tlw victim arrived today toanyund todaynd
und nd after being admitted to the sick sickroom sickroom
room room went to police headquarter headquarterleaving headquartersleavIflg
leaving there oubiciuenly Wth n ute uteLedive e elfttle
lfttle The hospital attendants are nrokeeping areeepft1g
keeping the patient very quiet and andhop andhope
hop S1IC he may bo 0blo bio to give Home in inforroitton IiifouflUttfl
forroitton bv tomorrow tomorrowA
A small oldfashioned hatchet which whichVVM whichwas
was probably used by the family for formany formany
many yearn was found by detectives detectivesn
in n a closet In the theroom room of the elder Mrs Mrsi Mrspnnis
i pnnis > nnl motherlnlaw motheri husr of the Injured Injuredwoman injuredwoman
woman ThUnWnr This rom Is In the rear rearrait rearl4irt
rait of the second secOflOr floor There were wereIndlcotlona wereIndicatIonS
IndicatIonS of rustand other stains on onUh ontj1l
Uh t the ndle and th < bluflc and these thcwora theseare
are being chemkallyanalyzed
DEATH DTIIWA8 WAS DUE DUETO OUETo
TO SUDDEN SHOCK SHOCKv
t i v f fon
I I1oni irliago on Brain of ofMliiort Iad IadMiicct
Mliiort tho Cause CausoiPHOUABLY Cause4I
4I 4IP1tOBABIiY1LV
PHOUABLY P1tOBABIiY1LV BLOW OH JPALL JPALLr JPALLOoronnri IALbI r I
d Ooronnri intjtiMt Over llviimltii o oNlclioluu of ofNIclioisi
Nlclioluu OitKor Iliice TliomhliIII1I Tliomhli rIiuiiu1iiai
III1I Iti Unriivlnbli 1oiltloii 1oiltloiiTho Iositiout Iositioutrho
Tho coronors Inquest over th thof the hiciuty hiciutyof
of Nicholas OdgoM VVUH vuiui held today todayfore todayttt todaytttfore
fore Justice Dapa 1itn 1 Bmltli ami tin u ury 4ui 4uiry
ry conslutliuf of it 0 It Douglas ItD ItDMcDonald It B BMcDonald
McDonald and F I Hnydcr Courfty CourftyAttorney CouuulyAttuiiiuy
Attorney ChrlsUnsen conducted the OK OKanimation oxamitiatioui
animation in in behalfof behiuLif of the state and andAttorney unitAttorney
Attorney OuorflO t 1 Nyc repieacnfyl repieacnfyltho
the InteuHta of Thomaa Hill vliduu vliduufight yludufight
fight with ltli OdgerH is suspected to toiirecIiuitated Imyo Imyopreclpltat
preclpltat d thti hitters death The TheWitnesses liiowhtiuioses
Witnesses examined d this forenoon Wdt WdtDr wsDruu
Dr Mayo und Boot and their testi testimony tusiunouiy ¬
mony was practically Identical fiV fiVMayo tir tirMayo
Mayo was vusa the flrat wltncsa and otatot otatotthat stntithat
that ho and Dr Budt Imil held nn ontopsy au autopsy ¬
topsy over the body of Odgcrs last lastiutldiilglit
miaulfflit and the only unusual con cciidillon
dillon found on the Ins surface of tho th hotly hotlyvutuI
was bruises un tho ho Dpi the nose tuui tuuitho situ situtlu
tho foiqhcad lou ujlnad Tho abdominal cnvlti cnvltiwas
was opened up and the kidneys weis ivewfound
found to to in a Boinuwlmt Ihllamef IfuIlisnie IfuIlisniecondition
condition A hernia on thu left side VOH VOHnluu sOifluu
nluu discovered The doctor testified testifiedhowever testiflellinivover
however that It was not of recent de development deelojinielit ¬
velopment In 1 a opening up UI the cianlun cianlunblo
u largo hemorrhage of blo blood Avaa Avaacovered diiuu diiuueoverd
covered on the left side of the bruit bruliiabove bruitabove
above the ear and extending around to tothe t tthe
the frontal lobe in answer tp Uio Uiocounty thiocounty
county attorney he said ho waa unable iinalitoto
to assign Ihe cxnct cause of if the hem hemorrhage ijoutioruliuge ¬
orrhage but the rupture of the vessel vesselmust ceseciinsist
must have been caused by a blow or a aheavy aheavy
heavy fall He Ie said thcie was no evi evidences cvilences ¬
dences of apoplexy tiat ho had die discovered diecovered ¬
covered coveredAttorney coveredAttorney
Attorney Nyo then asked Dr Jfnyo JfnyoIf
If it wero 5uj possible for the blow on the thefaco tli tlifaco
faco to havo caused the rupture of the thevessel tLu tLuvesuicI
vessel in the brain It IB possible ha hareplied huereplied
replied but not lieu highly probable In Indiscovering Itsdiscovering
discovering the hemorihagti J naturally
looked for some other cause than the thocontusions thecontusions
contusions on the face The doctor doctorfurther doctorfurther
further stated In answer to questions questionsby
by Mr Nye that there was no contu contusion contusloii ¬
sion of the skull over the spot where wheretho whieiothe
the blood had dolled or any other sfcv sfcvlion sCctinu
lion of thu clmnluni except the fore forehead ¬
I head Ho added that the sKUll of tho thodeceased ho hou1ectied
deceased was abnormally thick und ow owing owlog ¬
log lo that condition a heavy full fullwould fullwould
would be Inure likely to produce tho thorupture thorupture
rupture of the blood vessel than the th8sharp thesharp
sharp blow from a fist fistLhils 1stThis
This Is the only point on which ho honnd liefluid
fluid Dr foci disagreed Tho latter latterthought latterthoucht
thought tlmt tho rupture was tius dui to a ashock ashock
shock and lint a sudden sharp blow blowon blowon
on tho tlu face would produce a greater greatershook
I shook than n full would wouldAttorney wouitl4ttuuriicy
Attorney Nyo N o nslced how Boon tho thohemorrhngo lie lieeiiuurrhuuigci
hemorrhngo would u uld follow the lie MOW that thatcaused thatcauseul
caused It Dr Mayo replied Imme Immediately ¬
diately und an that the Immediate imninedittle result resultof
of hemonhaga would be paralyflls paralyfllsDr
Dr Hoot WPB then placed in the wit witness lt lthoes ¬
ness chair and testified to the same samethings cainethings
things thai Dr Mayo did only oni adding addinglhat addimi addimithat
that the pussy condition of the kid kidneys kidneys ¬
neys Indicated Rrlfihta firbhi ts disease whrn whrntaken Vhurntaken
taken In hand by Attorney Nyo lie liedescribed Itodescribed
described the condition of the face nnd nndascribed utuidiiserlbed
ascribed tho hemorrhage In the tlm brain brainio
io a sudden shock which would he hethought liethought
thought be due more to ft sharp blow blowfrom blowfrom
from a list than the hatd Jar that thatwould thativoulsi
would ri result > bult from n fall He Ie also be beMoved belevcd
Moved that the hemorrhage followed followedimmediately followeduiumuieiliuttely
immediately tho tbi blow that caused it itHe ttlie
He wan then lien uskad by Mr Nye how howoon
oon after the hemorrhage would there thorobe therehO
be a perceptible effect upon the vic victim vietimit ¬
tim Ho replied that that depended dependedupon dependedsmnon
upon the rapidity with which the blood
Mowed from the rupture He thought thoughtthat thoughtthat
that In this thilucaso caso of Odgor Odgeretho tho flow vu vuBlow sun sunslow
Blow and aiti the effect therefore did not notimmediately notImmediately
immediately follow the hemorrhage hemorrhageAt
At this point the Inquest adjourned adjourneduntil
until 2 oclock and the Jury accent accompanied accentpanied ¬
panied by Judge Smith went to Evans Evansundertaking Evansundcstahlng
undertaking rooms to inspect the body bodySUSPECTS bodysS
sS sSSUSEiECliuS
SUSPECTS IN COURT COURTIinrjrlnrg COURTFoniAiIegeul
FoniAiIegeul Iinrjrlnrg Appear Before BeforeJustice BeforeJustice
Justice Vordloy SVortIIoySpecial VordloySpecial
Special SpecialOgden to thib News NewsOgden
Ogden Utah Dec ll 11Thornas Thomas Ames AmesJames AmesJanieh
James Boyle Harry AVaddell and Fred FredShntluck FredShattuck
Shntluck were arraigned this morning morningbefore morningteore
before Justice H C Wordloy on the Ihocharge theetiargo
charge of burglarizing Browning Bros BrosBlare fluUsstore
Blare and stealing a number of valuable valuablerevolt valuablercvolsLls
revolt rcvolsLls Gt 8 The men waived exnmlna exnmlnalion xnmlnustlon
lion oilil the preliminary hearing was wasnceodlngly wasncordingIy
nceodlngly tct for Friday al 2 p m mTho inThe
The men were those captured near Salt SaltLakpat 1OItLakeat
Lakpat the beginning of ofthe the week by bythe bythe
the police Beyond what has already alreadyappeared alreadyappeared
appeared in print the lie officers have se secured secured ¬
cured no evidence to connect the BUS BUSpncts suepctn
pncts with the crime crimeS orimOI5AliLEY
I5AliLEY S CANYON CANYONEast CANY N NEa
East Ea Mill Creek Fnrnicr TfireiUeii Jhr Meii In Injunction JoJunctionlroeoetlIius
junction JunctionlroeoetlIius JunctionlroeoetlIiusAttorney Irowcilliijr8 Irowcilliijr8Attorney
Attorney Pan H Harrington makes makestho makesthe
the announcement on behalf at the ttioEast theEast
East Mill Creek approprlatoni of the thosurplus thesurplus
surplus waters of Pulleys canyon that thatInjunction thatInjunction
Injunction proceedings will bo com commenced cornmenceul ¬
menced against the cltynB soon next nextspring nextspring
spring as an attempt In made to topent re repeat ¬
peat on a larger scale than last year yearthe yoarthe
the flooding of the canyon bench lands landsThe landsThe
The city attorney believes however howeverthat howeverthat
that the citys appropriation antedates antedatesthat antedate8that
that of tho farmers by a week will willhold willhold
hold good goodOn goodOn
On Monday the city engineer began beganthe beganthe
the work of extension of the ditch eye system eyeem ¬
tem em on Parleys canyon bench and the theMi thefIl
Mi fIl Creek ownern of dry land at the thoflame thesame
flame time commenced work on their theirscheme theirscheme
scheme to flood their dry lands landsIndian landsS landsIndian
S
Indian Territory Oil Co CoTronton CoTrenton
Trenton N J Dec 11 11The The Indian IndianTerritory IndianTerritory
Territory Illumination Oil company companycapital companycapital
capital I3COOOOO was Incorporated here heretoday heretoday
today The company la authorized to topurchase toPurchase
purchase own and control nil the rights rightsof
of real estate personal property docif docifrnento docutmOnte
mOnte or other seeurllleR of the phoe phoenix Thoenix ¬
nix Oil company and SagetOH company companynow
now operating in tht lie OBflgaJnrtlnn res reservation ueneuration ¬
ervation Tho Th inrorporatotti are John I IBillings Ifltilings
Billings Tracy B Buckingham Buekiisghiamkuuhin Evan EvanJuSSctJiJniomton
JuSSctJiJniomton Eak kuuhin fa ac acJMcLara
J JMcLara MeLare all or Jerney City
NOVEL iEL SOCIETY SOCIETYFOR SOOkTYFOR
FOR STUDENTS STUDENTSLD
LD LI D1 8 University UnivorsflyGrants Grants Charter CharterTothoRhoBotaPI Chartorf
f TothoRhoBotaPI TothoRhoBotaPICULUA1BINF to tho Uho Bata P1 P1ini
< ini CULUA1BINF ITOil GIKbS GIKbSl G11tISForty
l Forty riy Voiine oiung Kirn lutruituU lutruituUIuiioriNiit Wills WillsIuItIsorliittt
IuiioriNiit hclioul hclioulcite lhuusclIoiui Lii LiidIes
cite dIes Society to fire JlvoThis lruaraSitI lruaraSitIThIs
This morning at the general meeting meetingof
of the students of tho Latterday LatterdayHalnts IatterdaYHaiti
Halnts Haiti te university Important notion was wastnlioii viiataken
taken in tho formation of Bodottos OH OHpeclully 011peciuiily
peclully In that intended primarily for foryoung forycutig
young men Thle nib society IH hereafter hereafterlo
lo jo Intrusted with come of the funu funutfont fUfletfoub
tfont of the Rovonimortt of the Insti Institution Jtthtituti ¬
tution tuti m Tho faculty acting under thu thuconsent thuconsent
consent of o the board of trustees have havodecided havedecluleul
decided to award to tin society known knownns
ns tnt Him Beta PI the honor of ropro roprorontliiff reprosiolittuig
rontliiff the Institution in all Intcrcol IntcrcolIcglMo Intercollegloto
IcglMo contests of a purely Intellectual Intellectualcharacter inteileettlalcharacter
character UM well an the important importantfunction importantfuuuction
function of acting us a trial court court1ionlOetit CourtPzesiletit
1ionlOetit Iaul announced that in innhnm Itsnhswer
nhnm to a petition from tho lie uodcty uodctyaboe
aboe hbovsnansetj > namcd It had been decided to togrant1 toRualit
grant1 the things prayed for therein thereinUH
UH the faculty felt that the honor and andiCHpon aututiesporiihiiity
iCHpon iesporiihiiity < iblllty contcjnplate < l might safe safely safehy ¬
ly be entrusted to the studentorgan studentorganrutloti
rutloti that had ably and honorably honorablyloprctcntctl huouiorablyrepresentod
loprctcntctl tim school In various pant Imetveufls
6 until It was now proposed to roe recognize roeOgnisu ¬
ognize that society In a manner be bellovcd beiieved
llovcd to be Just and lltllni by > y Kraut Krauting grouthiir
ing lo It n charter containing tho fol following ¬
lowing tiectlons tecttonuu1IAflTi
1IAflTi U OP nilO BIOTA PI PIThis prThIs
This nsoalnUon shall bo known as astho asthe
the Hho hthu Beta PI of the thi Latterday
SaInts university unive sity Its charter given givenhi
by the faculty cannot be amended by
tim uoclcty but may bo revised or re revoked reoked ¬
voked by the faculty Us members membersshall membershahl
shall be cboaeii from university stu ¬
dents by tm > faculty and shall be lint lintlIed ¬
lIed In number to not more than forty
ttt tiny one time Its officers ore tobo tobochosen
chosen twice each year by tho incas incasbetta
bein The objects of the association associationflre
flre declared to be to cultivate the
literary artistic oratorical and social Moclalfeatures socialfeatures
features of school life and unless otIs other otIser ¬
er students shall bo specially deslgnat deslgnatdl
dl by the faculty for this purpose the themembetu honieflthci1
membetu of this society shall represent repreucutthe
the unlvcrilty In all oratorical literary literaryor
or art attIello 1st Ie contests with other Inatltu Inatltutloim itmtitutiomi
tloim
A COURT COUI OF1 TWAL TWALTho TUTAITho
Tho faculty way Jeslgnato this BO sodiuty
fcluty us a whole or certain of Its mem memmof mciiibets
bets a su a court lo try students for nl
flMfeiL Infraction cf thin rules of the
hstltutlon THo Vbdlot of this court courtBhnll courtshill
shill to limited to the conviction of ofuciiulttal orucquittuil
uciiulttal of the student The court courtmay courtthai
may nina recommend the penalty hut hutthe butthe
the faculty must In all cases determine determineWhat determinettlsnt
What the penalty shall bo and shall BOO BOOto seeto
to Its enforcement The student may maynppeal maynplieal
nppeal from the decision of the society societycourt ociotycourt
court to the faculty and hare tho case casorovlmv caseroviewl
rovlmv > l on Its merits or as to the thomethods themethods
methods of procedure procedureThe
The Itho Itli Hetn Ft at once held a meet meetIng meetIng
Ing and after n prolonged discussion discussionile
de9lded ile ldecl to adopt the charter offered offeredand offeredand
and to frame bylaws In harmony
therewith Hemming Mortcnuon Is Ispresident Ispresident
president John Astln vice president presidentHarlow iresldeuitJlarlow
Harlow Grow secretary and treasurer treasurerProgram treasurerProgram
Program committee John U lucite IllclmJ
J W Welsh and Freeman llasHott llasHottThe IlassottThe
The next election will bo held In Feb February Febrvar ¬
ruary rvar The HoClety It given authority authoritysubject authoritymatbet
subject to the approval of tho th faculty facultyto
to expel from KB membership for con conduct eonduet ¬
duct detrimental to the peacq peneozid and dig dignity digsilty ¬
nity of the society or to the honor and andwelfare andwelfare
welfare of th the unlvemlty unlvemltySOCIETY unlverttySOCIETY
SOCIETY FOR LADY STUDENTS STUDENTSPresident STUDENTSPresident
President Paul then announced that thatIt lintit
It had also been decided to organize a asociety i isociety
society for the young Indies who by
their patriotism and good works had hadamply hadnhiiIil
amply demonstinted that they wero weroworthy seroworthy
worthy ol thug special confidence about aboutto
to be reposed in them as n society
Upon mature deliberation It had been beenUcided
dfclded to grant to a society composed composedof
of forty lady students to be named by bythe bythe
the faculty a constitution which whichshould whichshould
should entitle them lo n ecpnrute or organization organizatlen ¬
ganization with distinct and peculiar peculiarfunctions
functions This organization to bo
known as the Columbine Boclety Is Islo isto
lo take the place of the former asso association aesoelation ¬
elation of College Girls and Us pur purposes purposes ¬
poses are to be the advancement of Its Itsmembers itstuiembers
members pnd ot all the lady students
In the eclonces of hygiene physiology physiologyaesthetics physiologyaesthetics
aesthetics and the ho fine arts and In Incflllsthenlcj incitiisthieuiies
cflllsthenlcj domestic economy etc etcwhile etcwhile
while Its programs aro not to exclude
literary musical and other exercises of oflike
like nature that may afford recreation recreationarid
arid Incidental Instruction InstructionOne
One of the bylawn of the association associationprovides associationprovides
provides that the emblem of the so society soclety ¬
ciety shall be the native columbine columbineand
and tint a committee shall bo ap tillpontd ¬
pointed bv the president to nrrnnto
for obtaining the emblem which shall
be worn on special occasions occasionsEMBLEM oeeatonsThIEiLOWEfl
ThIEiLOWEfl EMBLEM EMBLEMIt
It won then explained why the name nameand nameand
and mblcm ot the society is the co ¬
lumbine p s hOatitiftui1nuttIve beautiful native flower that
UTAH LAKE LAKEOutlook RESEYOJR POJECT POJECTOutlook
Outlook Is Very Favorable for Securing It fr jJLlc Benefit
Senator Thomas Kearns Writes
CounyfCgilSSIoner CounyfCgilSSIonerAnderson Couiity0 mIssioner mIssionerAnderson
Anderson on the Subject r v vs
s f <
j In a letter from fr9iTI Senator Thomas ThomasKcarns Thomashts
Kcarns to County Commissioner James Jamesdurmn Juin n n1L
1L Xndfmn durmn r celvdi > today Senator SenatorKcnrns SenatorIentusa
Kcnrns says on the subject of tlio Utah UUhLake UtahLttfceeservolr
Lake Lttfceeservolr LttfceeservolrWi reservoir reservoiryhat
Wi yhat you Bay Is entirely In accord accordwith accordwith
with my opinion the reservoir should shouldto
to kept for the UKC of the public and andI andshahlulo
I thai shahlulo do what 1 wn to prevent private privatecorporations prlvaiCorporiUtons
corporations from gobbling up this thisncst thisThstreeessary
Thstreeessary ncst necessary feature of a municipal municipality municipal0tyVU
0tyVU ity Wfui this In inview view I hare called calledlhcsattai callcctel
lhcsattai t0 r 7M tUi tJ cf thcxsc thcxscUryYf thac j jstryufth
stryufth UryYf itha interior and have his as
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APPEARS N COURT COURTPicIiiiiiiiaiy
Preliminary Hearing in the Sensational SensationalShooting SeiisaionalSlioothig
Shooting Case CaseW W S Haynes Condi Condition Conditioti ¬
tion Said to be Serious Today
Th preliminary htarn of ofon l4t
on ou the theHlly hurls of flssault with
1 i unity woi iio > ° n wlih Intsnt lo munllr
ts itiflid luul H H hlaynes yne On the m da duif fit f flfjdii
V u iikr bcHmi In Judge Dlehr court
liii UH urn tuuinlog nln shortly of lift tan 10 oclock
J itI i
ftute WIIR repreientcd by AMlst AMlstit sslst
lilt it nunty Attorney R 1 c Loofbouron Io fhouro fhouroIldi
mii tin lit iufwidantB
nttornays w vere n
J011g11 WH JI Klnt MaAUwniy amiti Attotmsey Prank PrankKalvhn
I I I ludulL 0 0Yulise
Yulise Kalvhn wni wn hi ought Into court
by leIty tx shuiirt oummlnts and until
toe euts wan called Mt with his tltsp t p
mother within the ihrloiuN but later
took n uat by hli counM Col M M
Kalflm tn9 ofl on hand nnd consulted
Kciuently with Jinlg lOitg 1Cit and Sir lr
Hoffman HoffmanA
A good iUMl crowd was In the court
room but the pine wna w not ot crowded crowdedHAYNBS crowddrIIAYNI
HAYNBS S CONDITION CONDITIONOn
On account sccui of f the rumor rumorcjirroit currant last
evening and this morning that llaynen Ilayneconditioui
condition had ohnngBd for the worse
it t WM Woted the
cure would have to
be contlnuQd again againt
Dy t hoot ° ot Wllg BMn J just t before court
owned howover and said that S while
hlalIues nj1 oonfllllon was not us good a as It Itnn
Ls a fut iil3e lly a0tBr no thieu was ns no oo ooman
ctdpIon nn for l Oiflriii i and thttt lh the ° htijuired J
man lied n good chance for torrecosery torrecoseryDOCTOItS recovery recoveryDOCTORS
DOCTORS TESTIFY TESTIFYThe trESTIFYThe
The fit fist at witness sworn lo testify in
the cuss Ivere Dr Hoot arid M Mi Miles
1r B P Hoot testified that he at
i i i
tindwl Haynys liutynee soon Utter the shooting shootingalsls
alsls isuit bUn to lie ° H Itchy ° ly V98 tross hospital anti S SIho
assisted lie bullet bullet bullet4flswering l in n lie Ol8mt opermion ° n o Of removing removingjXT1
jXT1 4flswering Mr Loofbourow Dr Hoot
soul hi turned the bullet over to Oin
ecu HemN In relation to Haynes
coiiiHtion now he testIfied to praotlcally iy iyOn
what appears above j
On crosBexamlnatlon by Judge King
wltnesussiul ltneifl snld lie examined Haynes nt his
lCU09t lCU09tAheu lets Ucet UcetWhen
When a asked lid If ho asked Ha linynos > nos how
w received the wound the witness was
40t ot puiiiltted to answer n as Mr Loof L9ot
bourmv oujccteil to the queation on u tho
ground that it was not proper cross
examination and the objection was wasouHtulned wasDr
ouHtulned ouHtulnedDr
Dr Ugot eiild he did not know how
Hiiyht lfd i knew he BoOt wu tt ispytI ispytIelan phwi phwiclin
clin and hint hi aid not ot Inform him him1IATN15S3 tuBaif
if that fusot bt of bisre itu ituIIitN
1IATN15S3 IIitN S SDid OCoMMiTth OCoMMiTthhid
Did Haynes tell you > ou of Ills tii trouble
Hi did didbid < lldLlld
bid hu hiothl t tIt toll you tim cuuso cousoot of It ItDid
It 114 JW lIdbid
Did ho Itil you how it occurred occurredHe OccurredIto
He did not notDid notBid
Did hu Ill you of the trouble lead leadug leadImug
Imug ug up to it itNo itNo
No Hf did not notVllne isotltItneas
ltItneas Vllne then described whore llaynca llayncavav
was < sitting whan ho found him Ho HoIndicated lEeIndleatud
Indicated the jilnci by a point on a amap aunap
map introduced bv the state When Whenashed sVhcnasked
asked If he remembered any converaa converaailon convetnation
ilon HH hlsss > I had with anyone he mild mildhe saidlie
he lld < not notVou notYiiu
Vou didnt 300 the shooting did didyou slidyou
you caked Judge King KingNo mngNo
No NoThen NoThen
Then of your own knowledge you yourtoni youdont
rtoni know Just when he received the thewound tImwoututl
wound woundI
I do not notMADE msotMAttE
MADE THOnOUCni EXAMINATION EXAMINATIONUelatlv 1ICIIMJNTIONhiolative
Uelatlv to tie nature of Ito wound woundDr
Dr Hoot Mid ho made a thorough ux uxcmlnatlon vicernlnation
cmlnatlon cf tho wound but did nut nutprobe nutroDo
probe probela roDo roDoIs
la It not a fact that physicians aro aroBotntllmes tiuOsotiiinueS
Botntllmes inUtnkin BB to the course counwof
of o bullets in wounds woundsDr soubJsBr
Dr Moot Mid tUht such WAS the case casnwith casewith
with superficIal examinations but 1 1knew Ie Ieknew
knew politicly the cotirsO cotir of the bul bullet bsuilet ¬
let and that h he could see some die dlsance dieonce
once Into the wound woundMADB woundMdll
MADB AN A INCISION INCISIONJudgo INCISIONTinlgI
Judgo Kin King asked It It WflS ns not a fact fattthat factlint
that alien a bullet penetrated a body bodythe bodytho
the flesh ImtiMMllrttDly clo clod d around It ItIt itIt
It depends uoon upon Illuat h t part of the tlwlody thelody
lody the wound u an answered wyred thu doe doetor doctar
tar Ho further Mated that the liver liverwas livert
und that lie deter determined
was t 0 s inetiatd detpr detprmined
mined that fact by means ot un In Ini inislout
i liton bout eight mch s longThseis long longTliMt
the wamlna wamlnatlon
TliMt you OU eorwUctpd
tlon from the Incision IncisionWhat
1 dish
What ixirl iei1tvfir way penetrated penetratedwnre Pfl Pfll1otii strated
l1otii to 1 1lIere
wnre Ii as teken lf n t the he 1OBpltul 1OBpltuluort
sro any step t taIeIt Ken to make lute con condliipn coiiltciu
dliipn i 5 conforuble M possible possibleWitniw poeibletVttnmsS
Witniw tVttnmsS said ho did not know He Hefound liefound
found H htyne yn ated I In ftehnlr ftehnlrDR a chaim chaimflit
DR NILK8 CALLED CALLEDnr
next called and andteamedthat andtestied
nr n n D Niks WM
teamedthat testied that he tn company with Dr DrHoot DuRoot
Hoot attended Haynst HaynstCONDITION htaynesCONIITION
CONDITION WORSE WOrtBEAwwerlnf WORSEniWeriflg
Awwerlnf Mr Ixwfbourow he mid1 mid1n satciwluen
wluen n HavttPB was token to the hospital hospitalexploratory
exploratory examination was at atand atonce
once nde > and stVa t iw taken to make the therendition thepatientS
rendition B SI comfortabla as astioMioiv aspossible
patientS He wwKted tn the operation cisecatlonand
IThM and tioMioiv possible lieS Btunaid Haynet As to his biscondition hisconditlofl
condition UP to four or five days ago ngoIM agohue
IM nit td H changed for the worse that thati
is i he ha Liad < J cbllls and wml som reyer reyerOn fever feverOn
On croMexaminMlon by Mr Hoff Hoffmiin lioffmini
mini Dr Nile said he was first in informwl infornid
formwl of the shootlnjt from the Knots Knutsfonl Knotstori
fonl by telephone telephonePOSITION telephonePOSiTION
POSITION OP BULLETS COURSE COURSEnootnni COtUWlIItOt1
nootnni are ftt 5 frequentlr at fault aa aato asto
to the course of the bullet after It Ittn itphtrateS
tn phtrateS tiatr the surface urf < vc Kre th the y not notyv notlce
yv lce hut not M v V1t7 ry frequently fwiuintlyIt
It 1 th thvr fn not n ch cbftO D w for a mistake mUtnkoof
of thnt 1 tinl Inrt In Ibis CAM CAMvii c ctht
vii I hardly think thit w ° > as this case casewnu casewae
wnu inu unuih h m rnoi > r plain than most aSSeS oswsA aSSeSAult4
A Ault4 Vtd If llamas waa prcreaslng sLI4lfcKreSZiflgDr 1H1 prcreaslngDr
Dr Nile said1 aaldVeiI v vWell
Well I can < hardly twjr n he is pro proin progreslfl
greslfl now nowDr
W3 rechled mid d Identified Identifiedit
Dr in flOOt n > vi >
ths it tmll bullet l taken from Haynrt body boJyAwwerlnir bodylanwering
Awwerlnir Judge King he doator doatorraM tloatorpaid
raM hot he extracted the bullet from fromth fromthe
th the < > hack hackJ i iy
J y D H KoALVBTKR TESTinEB TESTinEBDanuty TETIFIESrfl5pUty
Danuty Surveyor J D H I Iwho M AlJislcr AlJislcrnude
who nude the map of the Knutaford
lobby said h2 he bcll believed ved h ho had included includednUnif
all tutu nUnif ifilcO ° furniture In the mop WU
nesti was then excused excusedBAAV excusedIIAW
BAAV ItOY Its SHOOT HAINlid HAINlidiTi IIAUNiIultr
ultr iTi T 3imtt enslnouf at this
ICnuitefuiL ho hotel
tutifled that lit sny
Itoy ICahahin sitting on the Suites In tiuo
iihiiiy ii wns sitting vlth Mr
Ilaytiwi Wlr itn sa Ww lusssirduz tlurrl
I iisii hue saw Ky ui ilso ° and PU pull ft uu gun
fmoni undernoaih his hui coat and lire at
liuiymio 0 lie Said ld ho did not hear an auih >
thing that woa am
Vhiit t did tlK Ito > dBfondanuayr tiefemithuint sa D
He I 10 lldtit 1 any any auiythilng thing
Later Kulghn Bald Its all rlzht I Iwhat
uicsyj usccciupllqhi d what 1 ian > iiei wi wiKUK
to ito itoAtidticrluig
Atidticrluig dud50 KUK ihusuraft asi
he ha talked al aIut ut tho tli cane somo
hut 1101 Ii 1 ffat ipat deal W lie admitted
iu talkoul WU Mx or uioVeii v > persons lersimsLie
Ho ualrt ho iccotvoa a message ono day
from Sir HenBhaw to tell to two re L
portoru nil he knew about the cane Ho
B Itlrtlici yd na1d he ulk calke4 < < 1 with all the < l19
buoys W a thc hold about the case
Wore you comuailng notes
IHO Ne uir Lulrliaristtt
Heirmtt wta qucitloncd closely as to
whether he wa vnu looking for Uaynos
ir did ho enter tutu lobby for the pur
100 of llxiiar the music box
He said he was going to Jlx the
muslo box but wanted to roe Haynou
also
iI1 you look in two places nt onco oncoOh omscoOh
Oh Then lieu you mo ono on of lho thioue o per u ueons ¬
sons who can look In several directions directionstU
tU the same tlmoyon are areeuo HO constllut conotitutui
Ld are you youNo yellNo
No sir sirG0fl4s1
G0fl4s1 TOWYlUDS HIM HIMthen iircitnovi
itnovi then B ated hint lie vas RO
Ing directly toward Hnynes liutymucsllttn
Then demanded Judge J King R lag If Ifyou ifyou
you woro going towards Mr Haynes Haynesyou 1iaynsyou
you did not no happen to look nt Mr
Hdynen as you mated to tho newtt newttjsiper ncviIaocr
jsiper nicu nicuWitnoMi ni ui7 ui7lVltntui
WitnoMi tried to explain but Judgi
King did iii nut want an cxplunaUu cxplunaUuFlnlly
Flnlly the lie witness became confused confusedend
end mld < ho lld not believe he made this thoftnloniont thisstItIliipnt
ftnloniont which ajtyeurtd In the Tri ¬
bune but u moment later bo Kit xlui xluiIts
Yen I did say thnt7 thnt7DM that thatDli
DM you arty ay 7 I just happened t ta look lookover lookover
over thnro thnroYes 1 1Imi
Yes YesIn
In reply to 4uCUo King witness di didared lr lrclareul
dared ho was moro excited th tiss noxt mieitduly
duly after the shooting than ho was nt nttho ittlit
tho lit time of thd occurrence occurrenceOolng occurrenceGoing
Going bade t tq thaktlnto he hqcne sflv the tllfrpositive thetaL14a
taL14a tUtto1I1otCgiieitid tC Was Wasiiosltit
positive that whenf71nyncs vhenJa > ies made mademovement a aul
movement ul lvemnmi to1 to sot up ho did not put rmthis puthis
his hand In his coat coatJurtjo coatJtidgc
Jurtjo King then refcircd tn thft in intorvlinv interviuw
torvlinv with ithi TheTribune rite Trihutune aid Harrfttt Harrftttsaid llorrattsaid
said first thnt tho lie Interview wad cor corjeM cciiert
jeM then hu inld he did wt think ho hoHald hcmiiIl
Hald he wv Hajcs half turn urn toward towardKalghn tawarlKisIhn
Kalghn mind in almost the laino lainobreath Cainebreuttli
breath said saidO ttd ttdO
O I dont romeriber romeriberfrv remeribertrro
trro frv the non looking at each ether etherwhen otherihinmi
when you first sav them themNo thornNo
No they were net netDid octPhil
Did YOU hear lloyncs say ay Jt Xta oil oiliny nflmy
iny fault faultNo faultNii
No sir ir 1 did nut nutWhrn nutWhets
Whets you wore ordered to gt t M iougun Mpun
pun from Kalshn Jld id you notice If he heImd hehut
hut the gup in his hii hand handWell handWell
Well If I had obeyed orders than I Iwould Iwould
would liavo get Qt eliot flhetI
I didnt tick k you that sternly said saidcounsel sailcounsel
counsel yfu hate such a marvelous marvelousand
and fertile utile brain you are able to im imagine iiiaigine ¬
agine nlmoHt nnvihlng Is It not n nfnet aLact
fnet thA thi j you ou imagined a great deal at atwhat ofI
I what you have paid here hereWitness lieucIVitneSs
Witness tlll not think so soAt soAt
At this tlmo a recess was taken taktnIll un until ¬
Ill SS BI this afternoon afternoonTHIS afterriuoiiTIUtI
THIS AFTERNOON APTnilNOONTlio
Tlio courtroom was well filled at S30 S30this t0thilus
this afternoon when the hearing w was wasrectified a aresumed
resumed resumedIn
In answer to a question by areportcr areportcryoung aaeportCryoung
young KalRhn said he was fooling footlnffflno
flno and Jiad been well vehlrcated treated since alneahis sincehIs
his Imprisonment In tho county Jail Jail1rlor jail1Hor
1rlor lo court time young Kalgrm re remained zemonined ¬
mained In Judge Dlehla oinco complac complacently comptacently ¬
ently smoking a cigar and he appeared appearedto
to be not In the least worried over too thooutcome toooutcome
outcome of the case caseWhen casejien
When jien Informed of Haynea condition conditionho
ho expressed the th hope that ho would wouldrecover wouldrecover
recover recoverWitness
Witness Darrutt was recalled for forcross forcross
cross examination examinationWho
Who helped you carry Haynes ii the thaambulance themububanco
ambulance ambulanceMr
Mr Jensen and Dr lilies IfllesDid liliesDid
Did you go In the ambulance ambulanceNo ambulancethere
Woro NoWoro No you there when the stretcher streUhcrcamot stretchercaWlt00sig
camot camotWitness
caWlt00sig Witness said thai Mr Jensen Dr DrNIKfl DrNihst
NIKfl Mr Burton and a man named namedPaul namculPaul
Paul were also there and some others otherswhom otherswhom
whom ho did not know krnmHo knowlie
Ho thought there were not more thin thinten thanten
ten persons present presentDo
Do you know how ioiv long Mr Haynps Haynpsand lInlnesand
and the defendant were Billing on the tnosetlen thenot
setlen setlenJ
J know it vas not over ten minutes minutesHo minuteslie
Ho judged this by the time consumed in ineating ineating
eating his lunch Ho was in the offico officoprior oX1iopuIcr
prior to lunch lunchDM
DM you wash before eating lunch lunchI I
I always do doI 10I
I didnt musk you that lhatTeg thatYea
Yea sir I did didWas didIVan
Was the defendant In the lobby b bforo be betore
tore lunch lunchI
I dont know knowDid knowDid
Did you sec hint before beforeNo beforeNo
No I dont think I did didWho didWho
Who did you sec first firstMr firstMi
Mr Hnynes HnynesUarratt Ihaynesllarratt
Uarratt Mitt he saw Hnynes arise and nndJuiltre andJudge
Judge King asked askedDid askedDid
Did you not Bay this < morning that thatHaynea thatllnynes
Haynea mado preparation to get up
1 dont remember rememberWhen rememberWhen
When asked again as to where lio liowas bewIse
was Btandln when he first saw the thomen themen
men the witness became greatly con confused confused ¬
fused and tusk he couldnt remember rememberWell rcminbcrWell
Well what you fold before this was wasn
n mltnke o was It ItNo itNo
No I wont nay BO BOWell aoWell
Well then was It true trueI
I dont remember 1 dont measures measuresovcry measureevery
every titep I take takeCounsel takeCounsel
Counsel then asked several question questionrelative questionsrelative
relative to his course when walking walklnirtoward walkingtoward
toward the sctwu Witness said h hRueesal he hegtieosoI
Rueesal he went out of the course In Indlcaletl Irsiticateil
dlcaletl on the thonip map about a font fontThen tnotThen
Then you yottuftbtako dbAhiake measurements of ofyour ofyour
your qtep > cetnrked bte the Judge JudgeContlaucVon JudgeConttnuccl
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