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to ny thlt
tbifl Mil he h hwi hewI
IbcR raid rln11hed and that thereafter
I b bea = cn uhrt0d only onl to tho urna urnaaccufled Inlo Inlotlmrlt aiotr
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the orl rotowlnl that h ho bud blllIISnsslnutl assassinated an a Intttcd Hay Hayand Iny InyTM hayThe
tht came and nd went ent but without withoutwlch wIthouttbo wIthouttbUeut
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d th ever oval ° In bin i
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rest 11urnl durlflit the wlhoM wkofUl nl11 nl11rthel and andttlCtl I
or rthel n aO uei hours in which thU thUexpUd conro conteaslon conteaslonca lon lonwa
expUd to come COIO ho appeared appearedn Ippenred Ippenredtrnger appearedrotger
wa 111 daja Cfl past n8t Ho Hotawr Ucw
tban n for some Ia Iacalmer
trnger rotger tnlKed tnlKedfh tailcedr
calmer tawr too ThQ M onltor tnlct tnlctrtly
w
ot fh hl condition condIton and admitted admittedHW ndOltcl ndOltclht admittetiht
r
rtly use to go nnv 1m further furtherthat tUt furthern h r rnd
ht HW it Vtt no
ht I 11 an admission or o oLittlon Olaaatiofl >
nd that If ever ndmlstono OI OIlandlon
Littlon n landlon was us obtained obt lnec from troit W prl prlCr rl rlonrl rloaer
Cr oaer It would have to tob troltQ bo j4tOUlh j4tOUlhIndneu hcouyli IhroultIndaW hcouyliLdneis
Ldneis onrl Indneu and not through coercion coercionr6om coor cooroinSane lcn lcnsoulrlcured
r6om Sane trictureflhavo trtctUre have been pawed pawedLh p1cdoth ansed ansedoth
soulrlcured
Lh oth in rod nn outride Qutllo of tho legal frater fraterfclly frnterI fraterIIl
Stewart for permit permitling ermlt ermltIng
fclly IIl on Ktewt Ilclrt Jcrmlt JcrmltIn
ling In Ing I their rll eIlt 1 < rt to undergo und ro the very veryRigid veryigW oly olyIg
Rigid igW examinations mmlnaUohl which hlel1 ho had boon boonLbjecttd b beenubjected < on onIJbJect
Lbjecttd Ig IJbJect ubjected to A member Junbor of the th firm firmhad fltl fltl1AV
1 th1U 1AV Mid theY had hud fully
men 1 1oa1dered eccu OOU w u uoulderdever t tomldered
omldered oulderdever 111 every clrcumstdnco affecting affectingU If clng clngh
welfare that each day dayill dlY dlYIs
U h o prisoners wetalo tu1l
ill I mental anti physical condition cQudlion had hadten hndlen hadeec
ten Inquired Into They fhwba4 had allowed alloweditra UowcI UowcI1rl1otltudo
itra 1rl1otltudo InquIre latitude to the ofllccra uOlcor Ihoy tho said saidau Ild Ilde ald aldcauo
e cauo au eUa 8 they did 1M not Jot deslro to t In any anynnor anynnr anyanor
nnor throw obstacles In II the way o ocompute of ofmpttl ofeomp1t
nnr ub110 investigation lnve But ButIwy Du DuIny 1luty
compute publlo tg tlOi
Iwy hnv MV n In advance ndVlnce they thyaeared thyaearedat declared declaredutt
Mortenson Mortenaonuld
utt at boy severe eVp vre a strain Mortensonould
ould old stand and that thlt under no circum clrcumttnces circumance cIrcumance
ttnces ance ance could he be made to confess I
JlOIlTnXSEV MOItTENSENMtIt1ONED MOItTENSENMtIt1ONEDrhoner AltllAIONEO AltllAIONEOilioner AIUAIQNED AIUAIQNEDrhoner
rhoner Quietly Quet QaletlyTaken Taken en FromCounty FromCountyJail FromCountfJai
Jail Jai to o tollce lolco Court Hootn Hootnuorten naOl naOl1ort flootoMortenen
uorten 1ort Mortenen en n was very quietly quIety arraigned arraignedi nrnllod nrnllodthe
i the police plCCur court room r om before lforo Justice Justicelchl TuttColebI usUcolehl
lchl at a a late hour this thtl thl afternoon nftcrlion It Iti I ItM
M i tw tcatly t1tIP ly 4 oclock ocork whon Sheriff Nay Naylr Nayr Nayand
lr r and Deputy Ilaleigh HnlClgh escorted tho thofrlaonor thoionor theonor
frlaonor ionor onor from frm his hl toil coi to a a closed car caruhlih CJ CJn carago
n ago uhlih whIh stood Ltod In II readiness rCtUICSS at nttho ntthoewak the thoalk the1Awalk
1Awalk ewak alk preparatory rtnrtor to conveying conVoy I him himtb himtb4 himtl4
> tb tb4 court curt loom loomDtttlns I toornotter om omrIng
Dtttlns rIng th early eal j part > art of tl ttieJ day tl y air airnminicmen ni ninlnlnmeut a aaeunielneut
nminicmen nlnlnmeut was WI made mlda at at th4 th thotflco thotflcobe odlco odlcoi OmCOlh
i the lh couniy attorney atornoy that the thear arraign arraignnt lcn lcnfnt
fnt nt vrouM wouk not take place unllf unnttomor tomor tomorw
1 w v and probably probblr later later Butli But nut i It I wan wanuently WI wa wabcuentj
bquenUr uently dHded de llled that he 1 should shouldP ohouldpear ahouldpear
P pear ar leforo Judge Diehl today Th Thrilftnment Th The Theaignmtht
rilftnment algmtnt was wiuet get ee for 4 oclock In or orr orto
r to avoid th thA presence preenco of tho largo largoof lagow argo argowl
w wl of curious curous pcopl eopp that tht otherwise otherwisehm otlervl o ould
uld uI hm been In attendance attendanceThe Itenlllnco Itenlllncob
The b 1e dcartur from frm tho cbunty e untr J Jijll Jijllu I
u a u ft niMly finductfd posit posslp positUncr
o tinducted as nl Wil was pOlsl pOlslunder
p under the circumstances crcumstacel and proved provedf provedtthelan
f t tthelan the h pln nA to avoid attracting ntntng spec
Ul ur > naa 11C1en teen wll 1 llnld laid and Ind well W elicar elicarI l car carout enrout
I out Arriving Arl lng at I tho courl court cOur roOm robinsheriff roOmsherlt roOmahcrlrr
sheriff sherlt and hIM bs df dqlty puty alighted from fromcarrla tromcnli frome
e carrla cnli nnd nnl led Mortensen Inside Insideere InsIder
I ere r ho wag as m nwt < l by his attorny atomy U J Jwho Jwart
wart who folivd fold him to t the th court courtDlchl courtm
II m J 41g dgA Dlchl Dleb waa na already nireuly Olt ci the lnoawaiting th
Lch eh
awaiting 18lnlhll RWalttn hh tI coming cOnlng and nn when whenname whenPlnirs hen henprlMntrs
prlMntrs Plnirs name was called cn1ed ho hohli hose hoe
se e tJllced Iaed hli hl bands across Ms Msa Js
a aand nM entercJ a plea ot ofnot not guilty guiltys
e Cds Were s ° spoken with unusual unusualafter
baoll rasi after which he h resumed rcsum d hU hUlanfd
t aM aa g lanfd anr tl nervously around
eVlr 177 lh the 1100t > f of the e court room roomhohadcomeln
ned nc to lee ilhCl hohadcomeln ho had come In Coun CounChrlstensen C un
I Attorney ChrIstensen It had been
r tel bat hc ttt time of ° r the Preliminary Preliminarya
tlni would be fixed Ilt a later date datedrivenback I
rllluen Was then drivenback driven drI baclc to tho
nty jail
Tim LIMIT HBAOIIED HBAOIIEDcnseen ItlMOllEDereafler BlAoinuercafler
ereafler We
Iro oAO to BtAnd on
ur Ulthtl
Hllra Attr Shnvnrt
ttJrnry n J 1
8t Sttwart wnrt
who with his
ther
c c D Is
11s lOoking after the In
of
tortel1Stn
when cnseen by
ewa ew seen a af
e hl1e Jlrerntltlve today saId
Uf UTpGeIy Qsely
refraIned trom
In log
v Vvhlng Vlng
agnlnst
the police or orty
rlrt f
tirvI
rt rtP
fa a nut thAY ty lIKe lI1 < e the th isoun oun
lCi il rffi mt
Which
hau ba
been par
lllUly u4tLtl aI ha have
u ds and l1rpllrtcr eXI exceeded eeded > I lawtui W ltl
011 t f I We w pro proposO lIq to toh9
Ih l h t I I r I ut rl 1Iht hl8 In tllo th < aS S I
InhrreNj lfltirfp I
r With 11 n prQptJr
r t t JlIll jus Thorohfls
n
ot bluat r bl bluit It
t1nta nD 111 l1d tnl mie te
falMhOOd talNh
p r n in tlict
n
UIJOtelher
too much or
8 I of
tli tling ing
nj a 1 h rho h9 Prisoner rlaon r Ms Msto
> hod
to o
on divers
n L occa occaAdmitted
q befln
II I 111111 tOld that hlsWlfo his wife
had
P W > Admitted hl hln
r
t t rilr actual PtrUctpan jn
111 In Y
Pe that ti he WOIII Would the IX tatl nI
accept hUltl1te hUltl1ter
n
r >
mtntM as facts and bo led Into malting
a conf cOnfetHlon nlon Hut tyitrlff harIff Nuylor N yl r has
Iiorscinally lven me Ills xvord of ofhonlr honor
that tlicio will be no further Attempt
We are therefore ucrtaln thtt tii ho will
have his day ItL and time In court whvre
ho will liavo iav to bo found guilty If con
Vlcttd VlcttdNow VlctildNow VIctdNow
Now I would like to make ft t little
statement regarding affairs lit wmcral
on this ease Binco we e became uesoclnt
cd with It continued Mr Htewart For
a coimldernble eOll ldernLlu tlim we have represent
ed Mr Mortonsen In his business af
falrri and when his Present trouble tru blo
CUtnc Ution him tt uno ttn Ra B nl I Mn i i U
lie h should ho lr engage ii 1go 1gon ut u n UIHJ to look rogk nuiurui nfter t ti inai IUU his
interests Ho Jo declared most positively
to C u UP that ho was limucent and that ho
would come out of the tioullo In tho
course of a fow days Ono of tho ho first
things wo did wits to ash him whether
ho bad made a itatnment to the police
Ho II saU oiI be had and wo thought that
RUflUloni DO wu advised IIl1vl t1 him to guy
nothing nlhlll further For days h lie wns hold
unlawfully antI his bl wife and slatoMn
law were Illegally aubjaoted to examin ¬
IlIon by the th county attorneys ofllce o
Wo could have Nvcurml the release of
the th prisoner on hubiki Imbe corpus < prmeed
ing Hut we did not think that a
wise wl o thing to do It would have flmply
bumpered tho officers of tho law I V and
resulted In tho rourrwt of Moitimson Morton Morteneonat on onnt
at tho same line eientlnc a sentiment
In the public mind that we wore en
dpnvorlnff to defeat the ends of jus justkf jtIRtItr
tkf Wo attach no great Importance
to ilu > confinement of a mad man In thc thocounty thcoullty theratmnty
county Jull We are willing to accept acceptthe nClelltth accepttIme
the th tatoment of the oltlcere thnt It was wasmerely WlJnllrely waemerely
merely aCulnelJence 1 and when Oherllf
Naylor nsnuron II that his hi treatment treatmentWill
Will 11 be entirely proper 11to er In all allrespectll allrespectllthut f respects respectsthat
that Is Isull nil wo vo want wantSpoaklns Vl1ntAponltlng wantSpeakIng
SpeakIng of MortonsenH home Mr
Stewart said that the place had hnllbeon hnllbeonnmoat been beenalmost beennInmot
almost looted by the hundreds of ofmor mor ¬
bidly curious people who had overrun Id
during tho last welt The olllcers ot the
law had been appealed to to PRotect
It but without the th appeal being holnggfantell granted
The reason why we have not check checkmated checkmated k kmntell ¬
mated the county attorneys ofllce Is 11100 11100C w wcfluiw beCIUe
cfluiw C UIM vii wt uropose e to look after that
h hereafter r after flu i 1M Ii ample time If It l lnecessary Iv IvnloeMnrr IsneceMary
necessary tilmj IilllU14MI > n l a fimnd Jury t tdo to todCl todo
do BO later Ilt aiwiwiillo t our dlint ha hanot hunot has hastot
not iMian gi iftunvaniy t nntanly tru trostd d ts Im Imntrlnod 1mnglnod imoginixi
ntrlnod bucl tll has s been urewiod far
enough and lil 1 his lH exnnilnntlnng xnnlll11l1 nR hereof hereafter IUIIol1ftel hereoftoe ¬
tel must be In h open court before the theproper theroller theproper
proper authorities authoritiesA
A STORY TO 1 iKMa iKMaMortoiNcnnHIilo tHjJlrortori itaTi itaTithe
MortoiNcnnHIilo lrortori en Hht9 of tho Cnso to bo boStated boStnlCtll1t be8tatti
Stated StnlCtll1t at tim JUUht IU ht rime Time1Wft filII rimeWA e eWI
Wft have hlloa a stay tt4 to tlrton eii nnd when whenthe whentM wheitthe
the Vlght lglit time comes wo will 11 toll IW IWThe It ItTho ItPrime
The above Is tho statembnt of At Attorney A Atornoy Attorney ¬
torney C B Stewart counsel for torPotot torPototlortcneD Peter Potcrltorten Peterdortensen
ltorten lortcneD on andnow nmt no everybody Is ask aikIng askIng elklog
Ing What hiat is the story stor st ry Mr Stewart Stetturtwill Stewl1rtw1l StewartvhtI
will not sny av now but will do so when
the proper time arrives He says they theyhave theylluc theyhave
have made no statements for tho tea reason renfion teason ¬
son they djd not think It a wise thing to todo todo todo
do under und r existing conditions The at attorney attornry attorary ¬
torney said they tl1 bad not thrown any anything unything anytimIng ¬
thing In the way of the ofilceis while whilethey whftethey hO hOthe
they the were malting their Investigations Investigationsund 8 8unit
und tenting their many theories INolloto No Noprotest boInotost
protest t was wa made when Moitensen was wanamotal was6rro wasarrestol
amotal 6rro t l and held ehI for days without a av IIwnmmt awnvrnnt
v arrant or when his plaofc was overrun overrunb overrunhi
b hi hundreds of people and searched searchedfrom setlrchedtrom searchedfront
from top to bottom Mr h Stewart eiild eiildby el1ldIll ettIIIu
by could have prevents nil that by bydcmflmlne lIyd1IIIm1nl1 bylCIlialflflg
dcmflmlne a warrant of arrest and a asoaich nl1lch ascaich
soaich vnriant when only onl those things thingsi tblngsIlltd thingsthld
i illid for In the warrant could have havebo hnvob11 havebttfl
bo b11 < n touched touchedWe touchedyI tovchcdt
We t have thrown no stumbling block blockIn
In tfiftr t llr nay said the attorneM I1ltornr but buthave buthno buthaye
have aided In tho Investigation All Alltin AllthJ AutIn
tin time Mortensen was held at the thestation thoslutCln thestutlon
station curious people II oplo were permitted permittedto
to see him and gaze at him as though thoughho
ho Were some freak While his place placewas plllceWI1I1 placewas
was bring overrun and property de destroyed 11 11slro Iiatrued ¬
stroyed slro ed or carried off the officers of oftbc ofthf atthe
the law were appealed n to for protec protection Ilrot Ilrottlon uwotclion ¬
lion but It was not oL given Henry Jior Jiortonstii AlortOIJlft Mortoneoti
tonstii was advised to take a > club nnd nnddrlvo 1011clrho nuddrlvo
drlvo the people from the premises nnd nndthis nndthis andthis
this lie > finally had to do But recently recentlyofficers recentlyollcers recentlyofikera
officers went to his place at night tnt inddemanded tntdClTlnndl mddemanded
demanded to Interview hl hie wife Mr MrMortensen MrMertellern Ir IrMerteMcn
Mortensen refused to awaken his wife wifewhich wlflwhich wifewhich
which was proper and nrt the officlal pMciaiR8ald m1 ° 8
they would wouudgo go In and see ner anynow anynowThe anlIOWThe anynowTue
The husband then warned them not to toenter toenter toenter
enter his place placeNot placeNot Iace IaceNot
Not Hnys IIn lint lintThe lintThe tintThe
The black fedora hat found yester yesterday yestertIny ester esterlny ¬
walk walkIns wnlkInS walkin
man who was Va
streetcar
day by b R
of Mortcnsons Mortcnsonsbouse Mortenseflahouse IortensellshOllse
Ins in along the track east
house Is not the hat worn i by James in inHay R RUny Ithay
The Tliecar Thecar Thecar
the night he wan murdered
Hay
portion o or the hat above abovethe nboethe abovethe
car man saw a
and anaturned andturned I Iturned
picked It up
nnd he at once
the ties tic
to the pollee ana l It Is wnow IsnOW isnow
It over
turned
tf article arUclebod articlehad Ucle Uclebnd
The
In their posose po pu5eiOfl s08lllon < m
now
worn a good deal and I the in Inncr
had been
outside bands are both gone goneUpon goneIYpon
ncr and that thatthe thatthe
found
It wall
nvetIgati0n Uon
InvelIl
Upon night nlhtDecember nightDecember
Monday
flay on
the hat worn b by
colored coloredfedora ctot4fedora
December 161h WAS liS n light
believe the hat hattound hatfoufld
rollce
fedora The either placed on the truck truckby trackby
tound wn thought 10 create n nensatIon asensation
who
by lIomo ono stamped Into the mud mudby mudby
sensation or wnl WR
whO perhaps foun OU1 the themurdered themurdered
by some tramP end exchl1nged tor torhIs or orhis
bret
murdered mans
hIs own It rIl1 11 bo kept It the poliCe pollOOstation poliCestation
IneUgatlon
station pending furlher er
riiiBONim riiiBONimTollu m flEhICi4 sms lIUUTAIJIU lIUUTAIJIUTell hllttJTth1TTehIm
i Ju men Sub Sublootoll 5ubJeeted
Tell the Now
Trctment TrctmentOwlne TrcatmentOwing atIReflt atIRefltOwing
inhuman
So O
lootoll c ol to
Owing to persistent rumors rtf rerard rerardIng egatdiIic a athe
of Peter Morten Mortenn tortenstn tortenstnoml orQ0nd
t ootment o
Ing n the
th the m Xnfl n has hasteCII hasbeen
Vtho that
oml nd the impression Impr 9Ilon ju jubeen
sweated since ce Wi Wie hlJtonfinernanl hitSconfinement
been outwuriy wMj the theNews theZ
In the coun counh IJ 1 Jail
confinement r the matter matterthoroughly mduerthoOlIjhly matterthoroughly
News Z eva IJIOUlated nvestigat e
thoroughly thoroughlythe lhls th nornln nornlnDefore jnormtngUctore
to Mor MortensonlI Morlensens
reporter
Defore Iholling sho Jailer tag the thom expilined exphifl exphiflwhore
tensonlI rell ccnflnecl canfl on onTuesday
whore the In tmisslI IIJltI mID Wi idCt1 In 1 1cell Itcell
wa IU 11
Tuesday night 11 ftrat ont 00 on lhe lhelt1et th thleft
cell down stairs the which he heWUII hewa
atter
left ot th the Jail Iroper cell which II II1i11hlcc1 I Iiuidded
WUII wa removed 10 the next nllht when hen be bekept hekept
1i11hlcc1 On Tuet4n1 JlvlnP be henext was wasnext
kept up hi his Inobtrent from rOal the Jail to totho tothe
next to the antranet SbrUf SbrUfNtylor Shr11fNaylor
the office Rod 11I11 as a ronquencc coflKtU5 suffered Sg more J from frometalfs froD1thonolo 1001the
Ntylor and Amtly did any of the prllOnert prllOnertup pr1JU pr1JUUP
thonolo the noise than
up etalfs stultsThu atalfeThe by the l1ocuHdJoLn l1ocuHdJoLnen 5CCUS4d man mancn
The cell Xcupltd seeOP flOOr flOOrndlreCU fl flond
the
night tll t on ° fl I Inot
en lueldnr O o1O 1 lie itsaot W
the
ond ndlreCU directly oTor
nlao blq blqI
not dlrecU over tb tho thoI l11 >
I
I
almost as fur itr away nWII from him hi as po poe
llblq t1b1 for him to bo
Wlion seen thin tbi morning Mortunscn
had just como C rno out of a rolrcslilng bath bt b
end while hn did not look cheerful OhcCrtulhl his
demeanor did 11 let not Indloato he had ken nen
under any great strnlu mentally i qr
physically IlhytllcnllHow
How are you fooling was WUllllllkctJ asked
Morlcnson milled faintly and replied
Wall I can say ny that 1 am feeling t
better than for BWIIO tlm thnll
What have tho oflloers hero been do ¬
trig to nbuse and I1n torture your YIIII
The question qllo tlon was greeted with a
laugh from the prisoner ron
Abuse exclaimed he why I hive
not Uuett Ut I abused or tovturoil In tho
least Tho olileorii otflco buvu been vary r
kind to me meAsked lOaARkc meAsked
Asked If ho was able to sleep now
ho sutil sutilVon 811111Von IhlYuH
Von last night I rotted rolt well hotter
than I have dono since my In nrrwt I
am also nblo to take my meals with
Some doitrcn nf IUllfllrlltm
Wlmf WhaCkl WImaikIo7jjj Wnd Conb VnoodYmvo ini v they been
giving your yourAny yoUrAny you youAny
Any and everything I havo asked
for or was 11I tho response roaponsentJnl
Ualhir ntJnl Thomas com comes to mo before
web meal and aske me what I wont wontwhatever
whatever I have asked for or I have I nve re ¬
ceived and I dont think I have asked n kel
for anything Improper Yestotday Ye tordl1Y they
gave me III a nice little dinner and
brought somo fruit In to me
Woro Vert you disturbed dlstur otl by the noise 110138
made by tho crazy man down atalrsr
Certainly I was wn disturbed but no
more than any nn of the other prisoners prisonersand
and not BO much ns those down stairs tnlr
It was nn accident that the man hap ¬
Period to bo here nnd I know the of
llcors did not bring him hero for the
purpose of annoying me I
Ainotiff the other prisoners Ilfl oner interview interviewed ¬
ed was Arthur J Van ttursn who whoall
said so all 11
saidMort
Mort Morlensen nson has been shown every
courtesy that could be extended In this
place Ho could not have been treated treatod11IIY
any bettor I havo been here a long
time and have always b been n treated
nicely he was treated the t e terra me as the therent thore therest
rent re t of us and perhaps lJerh a little better
As the reporter turned to go Mor
tcnsen said saidI
I want you to know that I havo havonothing hvonothing havonothing
nothing to complain of as to my
treatment by tho officers hare hor horor
or at tho polloi station I have havenothing havonothing havenothing
nothing to complain of at all I have havenot h hgvenot Va Vanot
not been beenjn Jn solitary confinement cither
You see my cell 01l her 7 Wol here 1
have been and could easily communt communtcnto
cnto with tho other prisoners IJrl onor It I to todmlred fIDIlfHlred 0 0tellired
dmlred dmlredMortonsen IlfHlredMortonsen telliredMortensen
Mortonsen has been removed to u cell cellnearer Phi 111nearer Phinearer
nearer the rotary Iotnr The placo U l perfect perfecthy ¬
ly clean and well ventilated The Inn Innding hu1lllng butding
ding Is clean and In fact the cell U U Ucomfortable Ut Utcomfortablo s scomfortable
comfortable as could be expected of tins tinsplace tI tIplace tlplace
place placeTho placeTho placeThin
Tho largo cell ho occupied Tuesday Tuesdaynight lUO TuesdaynIght dlY dlYnight
night nnd last night Is now occupied occupiedby
by a woman who Is deranged Tha wo woman woman 0 0ml1n ¬
man is Jennie Andrews who was found foundIn
In the Colorado house by b Sheriff Naylor NylorThe NaylorThe NaylorThe
The insane man Nells Yotingdell Is In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the padded cell downstairs lIe Wail wnatiult WMquite Wailplte
quite plte noisy noli again this morning but butwhen butwhn butwhen
when he h got hungry ho became quiet quietand QuietIlId quIetand
and asked for something to eat which whichwon whlcnwall whichwas
won at once glv given n him Jailer Thamiw Thamiwwild Thonll1IMid lianiailsaid
wild that for breakfast Mortenson Mortensonusunlly Morten Mortensenusually OIl OIlU9un1y
usually ban a couple of eggs somo fl fish 08hcoffeo fishcoftee h hcoffee
coffee and cream and nntlln In fact anything anythinghe
he wanted
Attorney C B Stewart S wllrt called to see seehis seehis zoohis
his client this mornlnji and he also In Investigated InOStlgtl1011 Investlgated ¬
vestigated the rumcti of weatlns weatlnsbrutal lweaUngbrutn soeatingbrutal
brutal treatment TJia only thing he hehad hehnd liehad
had to complain of was that the cm cmecrs offiers oilcore
core ers had taken possession of Marten Martensens 110rlensen MartenSens
sens sen private books containing accounts accountsnnd nocountsnnd accountsiid
nnd iid contracts contract1U P P11lE
11lE 1U nIIN A k MANlAO MANlAOMnrtenicnnml lIMN MiNdCIfowThiV AOt I IlIow
lIow IfowThiV Thllt leept iteptMnrteflRCUnfll Mnrtenicnnml I rtcnlen onl other otherCOli OilierCounty OlhorCounty
County COli lit Jail IrUonen Awake AwnkoMortcnsens JwnkcMortensenlI AwakeMortensons
Mortcnsens night was made hid hideous hideous hidcous ¬
eous on Tuesday by the ravings of a amad aIlInd amad
mad man who was brought In from fromWest tramWest fromWest
West Jordan during the day dn nnd placed placedIn
In the padded cell on tho tIltioor floor below
where Mortessen was locaiea locaieaThe IOCUletlThe ioczueuThe
The Insane man was Niels YoungsJell YoungsJellwho
who talked Incoherently and at times timesvery Urnesvery timesvery
very wildly of things gruesome and un unreal unrenl Unreal ¬
real Ho kept up his outcrlite for fovhours forhours II IIhours
hours nnd aroused nrou OO all au of the prisoners prisonerswithin 11tllonerwithin relsoilerSwithIn
within hearitiKwhlfli comprised Onlprl lIlt all of oftheme fJrtho ofhoes
A morning morningpaper morningpnper morningpaper
theme e In n the Institution
had a reporter on the spot spotwith spotVlth spotwIth
paper with an Imagination Imaglnnt aglnatIOn on more vivid than thanLincoln IhanLincoln theRmLLncoln
Lincoln J Carter over dreamed dr rillned of Tho Thoresult Thor Theresult
of the most lurid blood bloodand 1110011and
result r ult was one
and thunder tales ever seen In print printIn
In this flection The story tor answered answeredIts
Its purpse It created a genuine son sensation sonsatlon n nantlon ¬
conserva conservative conservatlve conservetlve ¬
sation nnd soon set the many
nnd talking talkingof Inlllngat
to thinking
tlve persons p < rMns
which Morten Mortensen Mortcnsen
of the alleged torture to
subjected This on ac account aocount nocount ¬
being
sen was ns mad madman madman
count of the Intimation that the mnl mnlmlln
had been purposelY placed In n nc ncell acell
man
to MorUnsen MorUnsenwith Mortelulnwith
close proximity
c cell ll In
with the specific object of frightening frighteninghim
deed deedTo deedro deedTo
confession of tho
him Into n
much muchlike muchlike muchlike
To the public this looked 100kellnry very
like the methods that were Indulged In InIn InIn InIn
In the days of the Spanish Inquisition Inquisitionand
and brought forth numerous protests protestsagainst 11rotestflllfllnst irotestilagainst
treatment It was waseven waseen waseven
the Inhuman
against by one prominent citi citizen cltlzen dliZen ¬
even suggested Governor Wells that a special specialgranu speelulgrnnt specialgrand
zen tj t9 be called for or the purpose purposeof urposoot
grand Investigating jury tho facts and punishing punishingthose punishingtho8e
of responsible for the torture Doth Doththis l11ththis Ilothtills
those citizen r who was Mr George A ALowe AIowc ALowe
this the lie well known business man manand manand manand
Lowe
himself made Inquir Inquiries IMlIlrIIs ¬
and tho governor convinced them that the nile ullegfttlone allcIntlon nilegatlofle
lee which had been largely overdrawn overdrawnSheriff ocrdrnwnSheriff overdrAwnSheriff
gfttlone Naylor himself declared that tho thopiefipnce thoJjfP8f1nrl tImep1e5eflP
Sheriff In the Ih jail of the mad man mannt mllnnt manet
piefipnce were endeavoring to tosecure tolecure tosecure
time they
nt the
confession from Mortensen Mortensenwas
secure n coincidence to which no nosignificance nosignificance noslgnificafl
simply n
was significance could be attached attachedFinn nttaohedmB attachedu1h1I
Finn u1h1IChief mB KxaiMrudRtjKss KxaiMrudRtjKssChief tJSalsr trsr JESS JESSOhlef
Chief Dcvlno HeuoiinnrniU Draining DrainingRlonch Draining8101llh DrainingSlough
Slough by h Menus of Ullchcfl UllchcflAt
thIs afternoon Chief ChiefDevlnc ChletDevine ChiefDevine
At a late returned hour from Forest Dale Dalewhere Dalowhere Datawhere
Devine went to make nn examination examinationof
where he slough whero It Is supposed suP ORed tho thomurderer thomutllerer themurderer
of the
the revolver revolverThe
of Hay threw thr
murderer chief found the slough was fed fedliy fdby fedly
The nnd It would be Im Impossible 1mpOllllblo himpossible ¬
spring
liy a large drain the place with a fire fireentrtne lirecn tIreengine
possible to suggested that tho bog boebe bOiJe bogbe
He
engine cn drained no by b ditches as much as poe pvsslblc pJ pJsible poebible
bible be and then UM an engine engineDIED engineI enginePIED
I 4 J JDIED
DIED AT TUB HOSPITALS
rrwo Patients Pass Away A way at Holy HolyCross HolyCrosS holyCross
Cross and St Marks MarksMrs
Mrs Charlotte Donelson of this city citydied citydIe citydied
died at the Holy Cross hospital last lastlnff Illstevening lustevening
appendicitis Thocnsowas Thocnsowasthat The case was WBSsa
evening lnff of
senrt that before nn operation operationmade operationcould operatIoncould
sa death Intervened The Thewas 1hld TImedeCt51
made
be
could 57 years of age and an came camewhere cnmefrom camefroni
deCt51 t was as
d where she was ns converted conv overtedprow rted rtedto
from sweden The particulars of the thefuneral timefuneral
to Iormonlsm be announc ounced Inter interhiss
will
funeral MarIe n 3ounK ounll girl employed eompotdb
hiss 188 named StrausS died at the the1I0ly theItoh
b by a f811IIy iihlY hospital this morning of otplrulyII ofraIYl1
1I0ly Cross n v fortunate girl vas Wa8half waeCelled vaseIsed
The
plrulyII raIYl1 with Iarnly paralYsiS l or half the body bodysoon bodynIght bodylast
Celled and died ibIs morning soon sooncm soonattrr soonafter
last nIght reathlng em0 the hospital hospitalrtnk hospitalrank
after Holtman a valued cm cmLac employe cmpioye
rank x How was taken to toA tost 3 3St
of f the Lace
ploye hofpltal hospltnl at 8JO this morn mornSt mornIng morning
St Marks A obsiructlon of the bowels bowelsl bowollnut bowolshut
l Ing with too late to save him and nndthis ondb andhS
nut It was 2 oclock this afternoon Mr Mrr UrHoltman fr frl1ltmaD
b hS Holtman died at It 11 S 2 rean CIt1l old hid UlltnU UlltnUrled uiunarred
r red 4
>
SIX SIXMEN MEN WERE WEREFATALLY WEREFATALLY WEREFATALLY
FATALLY WOUNDED WOUNDEDShooting
Shooting SIooLln Occurred in a Country CountryChurch CountryOhurch CountryChurch
Church at Plko Postoffico Ohio OhioDUBINOJIBLlOJIOUSSEHYIOJilS OhionplUNGmnJlOIOUS Oli1oDUItINQJtEJjOIOIJS
DUBINOJIBLlOJIOUSSEHYIOJilS DUBINOJIBLlOJIOUSSEHYIOJilSTun nplUNGmnJlOIOUS SEIlV Si1YIOE Si1YIOEWtmn lOES lOEST
T
Tun liriintioii itttu tl u Viio IIIIOllrNI rp < lnnit 1411 1411ftoIIIIceI An Annoiiucfil 11 11IIOlhICrd
noiiucfil Tltdy JI lhd r llt 1111 il Como OUIO tuOlen tuOlenOIU to o Olcaii OlcaiiOut OhenuOut
Out n Uliolo Uliolorikoton Imolu 1I111ullr 1I111ullrFlkolon UnanllyPikoton
rikoton Ohio Doc nO J 26811 SIx men were worofatally werotCltnlly werefatally
fatally wounded In n general fight at ata I1tnmoll itta
a nmoll small country qhuroh UIoh nl tlUo post postofHo po postoffice i iomoo
office last night nnd a panic took plac p1nCij p1nCij1U101t1f pltttOimmotig < f famong
among the worshlpors WI hl1or8 A eerlon of otr r rllglous to toliglous
llglous ineetlncs wan wn In profims IUQgt 8S M the thechurch thochilton thuchurch
church nnd the building 111 hnmii 1111 ling hi was Vn1l1l11811 lllled when whenChlukH whohChltrl whmOhClmitris
ChlukH Chltrl 1I and Orrln Day appeared appearedsllchtly appearedslightly i
slightly Intoxicated nail nnl announced that thatUuy thatthey I Ith
they th had como to clean out the theft thoItgljll tImeIeggs
Itgljll ft family with Whlcli nlcl the Days Dayshad Payhllrt Dnyahail
had had holtrElqucnt frequent juarrtli A general generalJl generttllight genedttIght
Jl light ht r resulted rlflultoclln In the church und around aroundIt troun trounIt
It Woman and children ohldrlnftqu ftquht ht lafety atilt atiltfrQtnlwohfllS
from frQtnlwohfllS revolt tovolvers r fliRt knlvwW knhlII kitiv l h y Jumplnit Jumplnitout umIr1ott
out of the windows Only 0111 tho th minis minist III minIstel nlw nlwter
t tel r Mr Jlowe remained At the aloe olososix alosqalx aloesl
six sl men lay fatally hurt Charles Ana AntJOI1IIIJU aim aimOrrIt
JOI1IIIJU Orrln Day Wesley Leg l Iegg clrJf Jys Williams WUIlIlInlun WlillanJvIn
JMhn lun Currant and Lebanon L < Wllllums Wllllums1hyslclans WlIlIumBlh
1hyslclans lh 1 sltlnlls were called from torn 1lkoton 1lkotonand IlltutoriIInd
and Idaho to attend tho wounded men menand IIllnlnd menmind
and the sherIff wtna notified Many Manyothers Manyuthers Manyuthera
others were slightly Injured InjuredAiiotliei InJulednothel injuicdAiothIe
Aiiotliei Cannoliyviro Couoi CohIIioH3Vtro llr Victim VictimPhiladelphia tiutiiitIhmiiadaliia MIII1Ihladg1
Philadelphia Ihladg1 iln Dee Peot6inother Jfi 26Another Another d 1511th 1511thoccurred nth nthoccurred nthQtcurreltoday
occurred Qtcurreltoday today as the result of a fire firelast lireIRA tirelast
last night nl ht In the home of James If Con Connelly Connelly Conneliy ¬
nelly In InWet West Philadelphia Mary Mllryeon Mllryeonnelly ton tonnelly on onimellynged
nelly imellynged aged four years was burned to todeath tot1entbcnd toleat10ntl
death t1entbcnd and today Mrs Blla Connelly S8 S8years 8 8nl1lsold 8ysarsold
years nl1lsold old Wife of James Connelly Connellydlld Connellydlldtrom died diedfrom diedfrom
from Injuries rocclved rucolvedjthroulih through leaping leaping1front lel1plnstroM leapingfrora
front a second story window Harry HarryConnolly ItllrJyConnelly hIaryConnehly
Connolly two months old wa Vdi fatally fatallyInjured fatnltyInjured fatallyInjured
Injured and his death d th is m6mentarlty m6mentarltyexpected mbtnentnrllYe1t1ectod nt tnentarilyexpected
expected Three other mortbera of the thefamily thltCamlly thefammlly
family who were badly hurried JUL lied wilt 10 10covur 10coor iucovar
covur covurTNVUNTVTWdTafJlINOS coorTWCNTwrwo covarTWETrTW
TNVUNTVTWdTafJlINOS TWCNTwrwo milINOS lItu1 1IIOS 111113 ImMmTho iCIlLEThey 1 1Thoy >
They Tho Attacked CQin ll1llIIY > any Pi F Twenty Twentyllrirt TwontyIlryt Twentyllrt4iuifiitty
llrirt llrt4iuifiitty llrt4iuifiittyWashington infnntry infnntryWaehlnRton i iWo
Washington Wo htnrtoll Dec 26 2GThe The wc lsacdo lsacdopartmont 1 J1I J1Ipnrtment de department ¬
partment today III 1 Is advised bjWOeh bjWOehOhaffeo b bWdilThaffea eh ehhafeo
Ohaffeo nt Manila 2IInni n that companY V VTwentyfirst FTwentyfirst VTwentyfirst
Twentyfirst Infantry had a deiperatu deiperatuhand deIPQrnthntJd depetaehand
hand to hand encounter in a gorge gcJ1 six sixmiles III IIIInlles alamiles
miles south of San Jose Jo c Bu Dlltangn tangos Pen en
23 3 Twentytwo of the enemy Were WeroIdllcd WeloJcllle Werekilled
Idllcd Patrick A Connelly received an nnugly anuII11 anugly
ugly bolo wound In tho left cheek cheekPrivate oheek111IInto cheekPritate
Private Carney received sin BI bolo cuts cutsIn cutllIn cutiti
In the neck and shoulders shouldersJapan shOuldersTapaimese uuld r rITltlllUI
Japan Tapaimese w ft CabtniH Dlfllotijtlrs DlfllotijtlrsTbblmmu 1I1n1ellltlcsYt IIfliotiItesntum1mainu
Tbblmmu Yt lh tnu Dc 8Tft4 + 4 n cmliJhet < bJh Jlet t If Ifflcultltfl It Ittlcu1tI iffIcthtl
flcultltfl tlcu1tI ii have been bctm1a1Tllnred arranged owing owinglargely owingIlrRlJIt owingiargeiy
largely IlrRlJIt It la understood to the telo telographlo telographic telenraphlo
graphic Intervention of the Unrqula UnrqulaIto Mnrqullto
Ito The budget bud got has been withdrawn withdrawnfor
for the purpose of redraftIng It Is be believed Jrllevoll behleved ¬
lieved however howoverthnt that the governments governmentsfinancial governmantsflnanclnl govenment5financial
financial program prOgrltmlvIIlIrtS8 will wltllJl3stho pass the diet dietTown I1let1I dietMiMsIelLiIiI
MiMsIelLiIiI 1I IlJlI Town Itiw nurncd nurncdMemphis nurllcd1emphls BurfledMemphis
Memphis Term DOC 20A OASclmltllf OASclmltllfBP OAScimltatspecIal Scimitar Scimitarspecial
special BP tnl from HottloBburg Miss says saystho BaYRtho saysthe
tho town was I practically destroyed by bylire byIIro bylICe
lire today Loan Io about 100000 prob probnbly probnbly probably
nbly onethird o lethITlllnsured lethITlllnsuredWlt Insured InsuredWAR insuredVAIt
WAR IN iiufillPINKS iiufillPINKSSecy PHlIalINI lulIbuILhNtSScoy S SSco
Secy Sco Hoot Jlftkcs MflkcSnflOOISiOfl lIkcJj n Poolslou that It ItKxlsf Itl iilxlsts
Kxlsf l In the tim IslanclH IslanclHWashington 18UIWnahlnston IslailfifIWashIngton
Washington Dec Dcc261n 26ln refercnco to toi toit
i it chum on the treasury department departmentStcy
Stcy f CY Hoot of tho war department has haajondered hasJondered hasmondered
jondered the following opinion opinionThe opinionfhe
The insurrection In In the Philippines Philippinesngalnst philippinesngalnst PhIlIppinesagainst
ngalnst tho sovereignty of the United UnitedStates UnitedSlntt8 UnitedStates
States and the authority of tho gov government gO gOcrilmont goveminent ¬
eminent of the Philippine Islands is isof I IQC iut
of such character and extent as re requires reo reoltulros reitulroS ¬
quires the United States to prosecute prosecuteIts
Its rights by military force and andtimere andtimerefare there therefore theroCllre ¬
fore creates the condition of war In Inkald Inaid inheld
aid archipelago archipelagoThe
The claim In question Is that of First FirstLieut FIrstLleut FirstLIeUt
Lieut Horton W Stickle corps of en enKlnecrs enIneerll enginedra
Klnecrs for 12631 for certain books bookslost bookslost bookslost
lost en routo from West Point N Y Yto Yto Yto
to Manila P I 1 under shipment by bythe byth bytlo
the th quartermasters department Tho Thobooks ThohOOks Thebooks
books were the personal property of ofLieut ofrleut ofLIeut
Lieut Stickle and It appears nlpe rs they were wereIncluded wereInoluded vereIncluded
Included In n large lor portion of the cargo cargoof calgoor
of the transport Contonulal which was wasthrown VaIhTDwn wasthrown
thrown overboard In order to llRhUm llRhUmthat IIRhtenthat ilgmtgrilint
that vessel when It ran aground off offthe ortUte offtte
the coast of northern Luxon P I ISecy ISey 1Secy
Secy Hoot has recommended d to the thetocretnry thotecretnr theaecretflry
tocretnry of the treasury that LIeu LieutBtlckles LIeuStickles LleutStickles
Stickles claim In 1m bo bolncludqt include In tho thorecommendations thorecommQndatO111 thereconunetmdatlofls
recommendations to tho Congress rep reptefientlng repteRentln representing
resenting tho general deficiency bill billXow billNow biliNow
Now York Accepts AcccpiHCArtHgioa Oarnoglo Gift fllftNw GiftN1 ifr ifrNo
Nw York Dec 26 2GThc The board of es estimate CSUmute cctinmhte ¬
timate today adopted In behalf of thn thncitizens thocItizens ho hocItizens
citizens of New York a resolution of oftlmnks ottnnks oftmanks
tlmnks to Andrew Carnegie for the theplft thogift thegift
gift of 5200000 with which to toliulld toliulldlI build buildlibraries buildhlkrarie
libraries lI rl1 le in this city cityTlaiiJc cityl1nn cityflanc
TlaiiJc l1nn IcfHMMiKer McsseigcrNew ICIIII Arrested ArrestedNew Jrrc tecl teclNow
New York ork Dec 26 26A A Jnyen a ajoung aollng
joung 3 messenger of tho Union bank of ofUrooktyn ofnrooklyp ofIlrookiyp
Urooktyn who disappeared recently recentlywlht rocent rocentwlM recentlywlht
wlht 2000 of the banks money was wasarrested WI1Sarrested wasarrested
arrested today In Montrealhoer Montreal MontrealBonr fontreCiI110rr
hoer Prisoner lrl ollCr Delivered DeliveredIsland JetlvcrctlIsland eiivercdIsland
Island of Ascension Dec 26 26When 26Whentbc When Whenthe
the British rlUsh steamer ste mer Qotlm from South SouthAfrican RouthAfrlcnn SouthAfrican
African ports arrived here today a nBoer anoer aDoer
Boer prisoner who had been smuggled smuggledon
on board tho vessel In a box at Bt BtHelena atHelena I3thlciena
Helena wns as handed over to tho British Britishnaval BrItishnnvnl liritishnaval
naval nuthcrlties hero heroIllckcy heroJIIokcylfllcs herohhickey
Illckcy JIIokcylfllcs MakeS n Denial DenialSt
St Joseph Mo Dec 2fl 2GIJml1l1 Thomas J JHlckoy JIIIckey 1Illckey
Hlckoy today made a denial of the die dispatches dlsIlUtcheB diepatches ¬
patches to the effect that tho American AmericanBaseball AmrlClnnBIIsobali Amarivnflasebali
Baseball association will 111 place a club In InLouisville InLoulvllle inLouisville
Louisville or Chicago The report is iswithout Iswithout Iswithout
without foundation said President PrtnldontHlckoy Prelildontmckoy Presidentfllckey
Hlckoy The eighth city will ba hoha Oma Omaha Omnhl1 ¬
ha Not one membor of the original ns nsoclallon OilIlIclatlon agcoclatlon
oclallon would consent to a change of ofthe otthe ofthe
the circuit circuitDecision circuitUecldon circuitIeciNlOfl
Decision for Mr Bollix St > lIn Ifntxnn IfntxnnPueblo HohlonPueblo IfobanimPueblo
Pueblo Cole Dec 20Judgc Coul Coulter Coultel Coulicr ¬
tel In the county court today decided decidedthat d9Claellthat deche4that
that Mrs Sella 1 Hobgon widow of the thelate theInte thelate
late Geo H Hobson und Mr Hob Hobsons HoblIons Itoheons
sons posthumous daughter Georgia Georgiawere GeOlglnwere Georgiawere
were entitled to the 5250000 and other otherproperty otherproperty otherproperty
property In making his decision Judge JudgeCoulter JUdgeCoulter JudgeCoulter
Coulter said there had never been any anyjustification anyjustltleatlon anyjustiftcatlofl
justification for the attack made in tho thopleadings thoplelldlnts thepleadIngs
pleadings upon the legitimacy ot tho thoohlld thoohUd theohUd
ohUd born tt Los ACid sinai tho
1t11 of Mr HiJl Uoheon on No u testimony t tOstiimlOflYal thn JlY
fall al bem Introduced Inlrollu 91 to nttilOU I1Ull I tho thoolt thollhIIB tueparentage
olt llhIIB hls parentage Both parties Jo lo t the thoWill thuW theWi
Will W I contest gAll notice at t an appeal appealThe RVI1C > 1I1 1I11lho
The he brothers brOlhl > ra nnd sisters object tt to > tho thoTfdow thodow timewdow
Tfdow dow and daughter gutting the OH OHtitle OiltIlte entilts
title and time letters counnol object to tothe totho totle
the i tiling 1I11In of the court that the will willholds willMills rhllhoids
holds as to tho naming oC an executor executorCommercial oxecutorI oxecutorQoullilerohd executorQomimiiierolrtt
I
Commercial Tdncliora Podorntlon Podorntlon8t
St LouIs Dec 2flTho National NationalCommercial NutlunnlCommelclnl NatIonalomnierelnl
Commercial Tenchera1 federation cum cumK cornil18011 cutimfO5od
fO5od od of ItiAtrucinrs In business col coltos col110S col1fgos
il18011 110S K tos of the United BtatuH coiumenccJ coiumenccJ1W
1W sixth iiinual lII11UIIIIOIlt11111J11 Odin pinion hero today todnyI1voml todaybevertit
fievornl I1voml bundled delegates arc pruBunt luesuntIo PresumitThu pruBuntTho
Tho Io constituent utMoclutlons composing composingtjio cOIIWIIslnglInernl
tjio ti 10 vtmernl orBAnUatlon uro National NationalQfiliiniprolul Natlonnlhul1t1rclul NationalI4phmnmereiai
Qfiliiniprolul Teachers association IIsoollI 1101 Na Natldnal NIt NittVmnIl
tldnal t tVmnIl tilmrthund Tuachoru tiKsoclatluli tiKsoclatluliKuttonal IIHICoclntlolllItloIlLllonrnnt1 iuisoclatioiiuttonal
Kuttonal lItloIlLllonrnnt1 pomnnncihlp hIP Teachers nsHool nsHoolfllon n fool foolJXtlolI
fllon JXtlolI and the Private Commercial Commercialflhool COlli Conmticrchtlnulmoot 1 urc h1 h1ohool
flhool Managers association Thono Thonorlll lheDOJ1J1 TimenoIhi
rlll Ihi hold tholr MMiilonB mornIngs while whilethe whiletie hllo hlloIb
the Ib ino IIlJlttlngl tlne of the gonurnl orpinlza orpinlzatloii orHIUhIHOIl orgminizatioti
tloii will be held In the afternoon afternoonHx afternoonlfxpotie
Hx 1 tlllHlfi > iVl to Denmark DenmarkCopenhagen 110111111111Cop iomuuvkCopemmimagoit
Copenhagen Cop nhllifoll Saturday Don 14 UCor UCorr j4CorrleIommdenve Cor Corr
r rleIommdenve poiidenw of the Aiwoclatud Press PrCrtlJmportH Ir PresspiPolhi ll ll110I18
JmportH 110I18 from the Ia United States Into Intoueninaik nt ntOetimnaik
1 ueninaik lllnllllt have been vory largo durlntf durlntflie
lie IQ past few years 00r Homo orno linen of ofgoods otoods ofgoods
goods oods have become popular p pulnl nnd new newarticles JWIrllclcslU newarticles
articles IrllclcslU nru sradunlly flndltiK their WIlY wnylltto WIlYtto wttyIbto
lltto tto the Danish nmrkoiH Ono article articletlmt attioblthat I Itlent
that Is now hero nnd edema urns to have hnvorained htvonlned haverained
rained favor at once u tho billiard ta taHO tat
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THE HOTHE WAR VA CLOUD CLOUDDISAPPEARS CLOUDDISAPPEARS5 0 0DISAPPEARS
DISAPPEARS DISAPPEARSWashington
Washington neo 26 20Tho Tho Argentine Argentinerilnhil Argelltnb11tnlter Argoiltinot1limistec
rilnhil r Dr QurolnMeroti today ro roOHlvod 10OIIlvod rtmosivoci
OHlvod a dispatch from the mInister mlnl tor of offoreign of10101gll ofOlOlgn
foreign iiffnlrs In llucnos Ayroa nn nnBouncing UIPbul1clng ciiil1bUlmdlng
Bouncing the satisfactory 11t1 lnctory termination terminationf tortnlulttolliqtthu
iqtthu 4 f the ClilllArgontlno trouble nnd Indglv IndglvIPJr give elvItR giveIpg
ItR tho th basis of Fottlcment Tho dls dlsfiutob dlstohls dieflitoim <
fiutob tohls Is OB follows
The pending incidents with chili ChillIfflve Chilil1e
Ifflve 1 It been aetttlcd by agreement direct directl
JS l with tho gnvnrnmant of that coun counmid cuuw
w mid In a I Htttlsfaetory IIntl foclolY form Chili ChiliVM
If tt VM CII s explanation for opening of f rdnds rdndsmrouBh rdnl1trough rdndstnreugh
trough the disputed territory and andtim
Jtflh h lh government IlQeflm ntlJ agree to withdraw withdrawwo
wo police poll CO forces which lmichm they time have main maintttmttd 11lalntl1lMl pmaintlitl
tttmttd in the territory in n controversy controversysituated controversyRltualed cOimtroversIsituated
situated near the Inlut of Ultima En EnSigned EaJleflnza Iupefanza
Jleflnza JleflnzaSlaJletl
Signed ALCOrtTA ALCOrtTAMinister AICOhTAMInIster ALCOlV1AMinister
Minister of Foreign Aftalrn AftalrnDr
Dr anrclaMorou OllrclalrorouoJllrfJBSell opro oxiirescil 8cd hlmsolf hlmsolfn
n as highly gratIfied with tho disappear disappearance dl aplel1r aplel1rMeo ¬
ance of the war cloud and pointed out outtpat outtlat
tpat tho terms of Bclllement showed showedtIfflt4rgelmtinas
tlwtArirentlnaB thn earnest desire to main ninlntrtjn mall1tiln maintdin
trtjn poace Il had led hor to make con conBlUerublB coilsiierabls
BlUerublB rlrll le wxcrlllco By both forces forceswlthdiawlns forceswtlhdrBwhtJ forcesMtthdimsvin
wlthdiawlns tboir pnlicu from that lo looftlHy 10lltY IneAlity
oftlHy lltY Limo government bvor ovorrmmemt nment owrtornhlff of time thuUltima thoIlfml timetitfma
Ultima Kspcrntim Esernn Q becomes a question
ftfr 0 4 arbitration arbitrationMODtfS arbllratlonMODUS arbitrationhronrfs
MODUS VIVENDI VIVENDIBrtntiago alON SIGN1D SIGN1DIAimtbtgo D Dnntlng
Brtntiago nntlng de Chill Dec 20 2 via Gui GIItOIlA < 3nlVBSton
VBSton htomtA tOIlA A protocol establishIng n mo moII motills
dp II vlvendl between Chili and 4 d Argen Argentina AtJ ArseimJima n nillin ¬
tina was QI signed yesterday Tho ho text textwill textmviii
will 111 be given IJlv I to the public here and at atoi a aIignos
J Iignos Inos oi Ayres tomorrow Friday Pub PubolltiK Pub4111n6 Pubeeilng
olltiK IB jatlslleinnd JlMlslle lndnl1I nil 1 perfect perfect8RNSJ3 IOrt perfect1ranq4i ct ctf
f 1ranq4i 1ranq4iCOf41ON tanqJI tanqJICO >
CO COf41ON ION 8RNSJ3 8RNSJ3Bucntp TnlUJIPIIS TnlUJIPIISDuen TRht1MPIISfluenqis
Bucntp Duen Ayros AI s Dcc 26 via Galveston OalvestonThe a GalvestonTime IV llton lltonThe
The Naclon says tho nrrnnBCmcnt nrrnnKc ent ar arrived arrived arrived ¬
rived at between Argentina and Chill ChillID
ID more morOn a triumph for common sense sansothan 6n80than sensethan
than a triumph of diplomacy Illplomnoyrbe
The Pals says that delay In ending endingtho cndlnthe
the state of armed peace I nco existing oxlstlngwould oxlstlngwouldruIn would wouldruin
ruin Chili and retard Argentina Argon tllla prog progress progreSII progrena ¬
ress for twenty years yearsDIFFEUENCEB YGarDWFEHENCEB yearsJMFFEIWNdES
DIFFEUENCEB SETTLED SETTLEDWashington SETTLEDWQslllnulQJl SETTtEDWnshingtomm
Washington Dec 20 20Thl The state do doparUncnt 110plrtlnent 10parthient
parUncnt boa been Informed by United UnitedStates Unitedttates UnitedStates
States Minister Wllnon WII ol at Santiago do doChill cloChili 10Chili
Chili that the differences fcetwecn 1I Ar Argentina Amgentimt 1 1gcntlnn ¬
gentina and Chill may maybo bo regarded us ussettled mfsettled missettled
settled through the signing yesterday yesterdayof
of a protocol providing for or the submis submission submlslon submnissIon ¬
sion of tho boundary line and tho Ulti Ultima lJIlIma Uitima ¬
ma Esperanza o pernnzl1 territory dispute to the thedecision th thdcclslon timedecIsion
decision of tho IcIng of Great Gt ut Britain BritainThis lJrltllnThl BrItainThis
This announcement has given rreat sat satisfaction Illtletllctlon patlefactlon ¬
isfaction to tho officials here who hnvo hnvogone hnvogone Imavogamin
gone to tho lengths of official practice practicein
in their efforts to avert a war between betweenthe betweentho notweenthe
the two most prosperous of the South SouthAmerican SouthAmerican outhAmerlcnn
American republics republicsLlttlo republicsMttla
Llttlo Ilopo IiopotbrGnr for Gov Rogers KoRorsOlympla UOrcrsOlmpln RogersOlympia
Olympia Wash Dec 20 6oov aov Dog Rogers Dogers flogera ¬
ers suffered a sinking spell at 8 8oclock 8oclook 8oclock
oclock this morning Doctors are now nowIn nowIn nowin
In consultation There Is I little hope of ofhis othIs ofhis
his recovery reco recoveryP1LIS1tYIflh1I ry rylm
lm P1LIS1tYIflh1I SnY1nI1lAN ANltiII CltlmUmWi 1tflV1t4iO 1tflV1t4iOCommimittee ON ONCommltteo
Commltteo ITIII hIavIngMimttet iMatterlnChnriro iMatterlnChnriroPhiladelphia ifllttcrln tim Charge 01lnlI0bllllCH ChargeIssues
bllllCH 1 Stltcllicut Stltcllicut1hlladelphln StittefitnutPhiladelphIa
Philadelphia Deo 28Tho Presby Presbyterian Iresbyterlnn Presbyterlan ¬
terian creed revision committee has hasIssued hns188UCl1 hasIssued
Issued thIs statement through Rev RevWilliam tevWilliam flevWilliam
William Henry Roberts RobertsFor
For limp th Information of the church I Inm Imn Irun
nm authorized uuth rlzed to Nay that the com commltteo cllmmltlee coinrimittee
mltteo oh crodal revision met at Wash Washington WQfItInston Washhmgton ¬
ington Dec 4 and lernnlned In ses sesBlon lesfllon semmsian
Blon until 1I11IIDer Doc 14 The work acoom acoompllsliod MellinjJII8hed aecoinjilshed
pllsliod at the meeting conHlsU conRl ts of a abrief 1brlet Iibrief
brief statement of the rorormvd faith faithIn
In untechnlcnl tonrH and also n de declaratory declurntor Osclaratory ¬
claratory statement Tho statement of ofthe orthe ofthe
the reformed faith Is contaIned In six sixteen fll flltcon sixteen ¬
teen articles and the declaratory state statement stntpment stateinent ¬
ment covers chapter III chapter x BOP
There Is ft big blfntorm storm If not a big bIb blizzard bIbznrtl bUszard ¬
zard coming according to t rejiorts re receivedtoday roo roocelveModny iuoeivettoday ¬
ceivedtoday from the north and north northwest nor1hwC northvett ¬
west t Washington WlIshlngtonOregoll Oregon and Mon Montano MontanO MontanO
tano were In the meteorological tolls tollsthis t toilsthis 1I11 1I11this
this morning with sleet and snow ac accompanied nccoIIIIJnled itocomniianied ¬
companied by windy blasts that at atpoints 4tpolnta atIInts
points In the territory above mentioned mentionedreached mentionedrealUJll mentionedreaciijt1
reached the velocity of a hurricane hurricaneplaying hutrlcunoplaying hutricunoplaying
playing havoc with the train lint telo telogrnph tchlgrnph teltgraph
grnph service generally There wn wnblinding wnbllndllllC was wasblinding
blinding snow nnd sleet In the moun mountains mountulns moonhilnIt ¬
tains west of Mlsiouln In fact Aeolus Aeolusseohis Aeolusech1 Aeolusseems
seems ech1 to have emptied his hi bogs In the themountain themountaIn timemountain
mountain country whore vh Te all rail and andtelegraph t1nl1telegrnlJh andtelegraph
telegraph service arc paralyzed Early Earlythis 1lrlythis Iarlythis
this afternoon Washington and Mon Montana Manlana on onlaneL ¬
lana were We completely shut off ortfrom from COni communication COnimunlcatlcn conimunleation ¬
munication with the outside world Tho Thocenter Thucenter Tb Tbcenter
center of tho storm was then over Al Alberta Alberta Albcrta ¬
berta north of Montana with the be bar barometer barometer barometer ¬
ometer tt t 3931 3SlL
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thIn 3 81 chapter xxv jc y Bejtflcih d4itim Ii IithIn I I e Of n n nconfession thp thpoonfcslflol1 tiipcoimfesslnhl
confession 01 falhfu faith nl8 as Jpjfn Oj < J 1 lit j1J j1JHIVIUIIILiiy the theII theRfilOtlmblYM
HIVIUIIILiiy II RfilOtlmblYM cIl1IJIY n IIITV lat iiistriiutimhl lIJO y ytea IJ1 tQmtj iYI eOlllnlt eOlllnlttoo mriit mriittoo
too and nl milan o mldltloiial II1 < ttl 1U snonnu as t ttho to toIho t ttime
time gospel and aJ1l1th tutu jima hQyi hijiuIIutt h liIlt > ii it itwork Time Thowork Timework
work thus far ta done IB altjknhcr I t Inh th r ten tentnijve telltnl teimIs
tnijve tnl IB not for nuuilcitiipn pull1 1 II 11111111 oIl < 1it is to tobq tobq t tbet
bq considered at anotliefTneiiiig I1nolhol mIe lug > q r tii tiiciiimflil i icuitunlltce hf hfcUllunlttc
Jnwh I bBudellJll11 bBudellJll11fctJ ii iiVeb itfi itfitcb
cuitunlltce ciiimflil tee to bo held ifll n <
tcb 6 1802 Tho TOmnmtfa l omlllftlO nmtmltd nmtmltdlmOititttI u IBOZ IBOZpointed IBQ up up1ltlll1tct1
pointed 1 ci flubcommlttco II eubiottl lib Iii It tlM1 M d flvo ttv v p0h p0hHlstlng cmislIttIng Oll OlllJltlnK
slIttIng of P F W OnOllttiqmft C Ci C HmnUoy JlOnt JhIIWIhI lIll y n nMoKlbbln 1rs 1rsMoIJbbltlj nrsMoItlhjhmitm
MoKlbbln FishieR Nkcolfipmi N1tCOr OIl nito njlTlir njlTlirto MlltattOIUCJIIIO
to inopnro iii epare ft It tentative tontrit lVti revision ieLi5 ii Of thj thjcoufoMlon the 019confol thecoiitosIofl
coufoMlon confol > IOII of If faith ofjljlp 9 II sevwm sevwmpolnth JeelulIlolntll severtilllotflth
polnth contained In the lnnntion lnnntionthu In I tUIlIonl ot ot111f ofthe
the comrnltti0 above murico DIP Iii am amtg m mIII
tg 0 bo considered at tho thclI lm I iMU i riii lwry iy y ying men menInsr sneH11I9nlolllf
Insr 11I9nlolllf alous with tho dccmM11 d hrf111l1 Y state statemcht Btatcment Stittemclii
mcht mcliiIt VY VYU 1 1It
It Is generally underntotVl 1fderlltq 1 by u ulrcsb the thelrc the1resl
lrcsb lrc lJ > tBrlun ministers jn J1 ft this city rdythat citythllt citythmut
that tll the jiion of tho ilO cdrnmUJ 011I f rl IH 0 tu ro ropot rlIlot reiiot
pot tho declaratory dO lnl tory Htii Hh Htlitl111f rrn nt to th thnext thIxt the thenext
next KunoriU asHombly ami 11 1 H 1I11trark 1I11trarkIha act ltraekthe rack racktho
the revision tnovvtnvnt uivtn un unaembiy t I th oil oilsanbly 118 118IINl1bly
sanbly ct t 1303 o3 The now tj tt I d I I m lIn n on onllu onIII ontii
llu III cotitmlttte ftio nRffifphv ngll ngglel01I Mc McnllJ nllJ na i iHnvo be beb lielIovo behave
have limO iilau of rcllnlpnlq cnmpnlar entnln lIp II in inpromoto II b best lwptIlromol bestImiotmIoto iit iitHlW
promoto their thelnluflltu8 desIres and nut g gonco HlW llieonce Ql Qlnuaii 111oMU
once to o tll thin ho church churcIIJlU clmurclmKU3iL
nuaii JlU 1l AT ATEighty A jOS PSlIfl F lCl lClEllfbty 1 Ci Ciltlgiity
Eighty Sacks of rIdl1 Paper Mi il I Hnmllol HnmllolHero lltnltohero I i
Hero Yesterday YesterdayThcro YettritThere rltn rltnrhcro
There were olshty ehrhtuti atsk5 ol a riprr mall mallnlono mallolono nmaqalono
nlono handled hnndl d In h the Salt Ukc p JIINt JIINtolllCQ immetohllea t tolllco
olllco yesterday y torduY and th tI19 llMiibuting llMiibutingclerkfl j letilbutingrletlcIt tllbullnldellul
clerkfl put In most of tho njf 1 tit m work workTho workrho WnkThu
Tho Work Of tho dCks cI lkll WiS wq M mnlo more morearduouH morearduous
arduous by I tho t o fact t that t tW lh f COIte rw had hadbeen ha habeen hidbeen
been drawn on to holp ItOh llIllll1 out he h reentry reentrydoprtrtmcnt ro reiIsIryte1artlncnt I IIy IIydelllrtllwnl
doprtrtmcnt which was wn overworked overworkedTho O lrlork4dlho
Tho Union Pacific malls fir the tlm < hut imtmonth hutntonth lustniontim
month have not lI tlJcun been on tlm but one onleand oneand < mc mcand
and limo uncortnlnty In l MJI tiltH ilte renpe rllptcallaefl respetcannon t tcauses
causes miHcnlciilfttlon III and iinnnvun iinnnvunlence JIIImVIIIlence toamenlenCe
lence Today the rush rushl1bNlnnlng IU bfcinuing to toeiiso 10Mat toensO
Mat up and 1t1 by Mondny MondIY1hltlJ1I iiiifs will willresume willr msIqresume
resume r s l1o more of thclf ordlinry aspect anpectTho nlpectThoearJlcrs aspectTime
Time ThoearJlcrs carriers hOe been eun Hiaircorlnu Hiaircorlnunbout IIlalrKlrlr1lnbout slaggcriiigabout
nbout thO City ctt undor Imme Innull1lr nie loads for forthe f fortiiIa r rtho
the tiiIa last tfowdaYL tfowdaYL4ITIjIl few days daysDlspnteli lny lnyAPbS
APbS 4ITIjIl l1JI oNJ lU lUJ ILL1Plsirntch
Dlspnteli J From IOm Imltlniiil FnlItlnlIU X li Jf JfLacks JIIJRC18 11Ijilelce
Lacks ConflvnmUfiii ConflvnmUfiiiA ConfllItll UII UIIA
A special dlspntclj dI811t1 t f1Jk c > Rod In this thiscity Ihlly thiscity
city y announces ihoB tho tim IJQ nr9i rlojia 91 Illness lIhl 1II of ofApostle lltiJ1ostle ofAllOstie
Apostle Drlghnm nrlghnllY Ydun ydmiiolmo II T who l 18 > lit litrultnlll atFruitlaimul t tFrultlnnd
Frultlnnd N M Heffiwlil I1 18 > RI 10 be belylhK beli1rc beislmg
lylhK li1rc critically 111 1III liior wtthjuMnplicatlon wtthjuMnplicatlonof I m llNIton llNItonor
or stomach ltolO ch and nervous IcWt trqubte trqubteUp irtlubieUp r uble ubleUp
Up to n bite lntahollr hour this tll tl1lftrnoon hft I rnoon no noconfirmation noconOrlOntion noconfirmation
confirmation of tha news tlewlJiM had been re received roojclV ccvalved ¬
ceived jclV d at tho President PresidentEminent Jre hl t1tI IDce IDcet IDceNHW
4 b I IJfl t
NHW Jfl F OSIl OSIILi4A AAHltlVfS AAHltlVfSEmlncnt AJltVS AJltVSEflujiulfit
Eminent Pctlrtgwio lledllSo Itetfloguots1is nO Aslts AsltsQtiustlous Jnlmstlng JnlmstlngQuostlOIiS InteiestlitgQuestions
Questions Concerning COII CrnlftUlnh Conrniiigt7taliProf CrnlftUlnhi Ilali IlaliProf
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Prof M V Voah Oflll OSItea4tUulvrslty OSItea4tUulvrsltyof a tAIi Jl j Uolv University Universityot r8lty r8ltyof
of Wisconsin Wl coJsln Is il 11 n the cltylmvingocmi cltylmvingocmihoro Qlt lIIvlng tIOln tIOlnMto
bOre to deliver 1ItIIV 01 n scrloSoflWtureuDe scrloSoflWtureuDefore Srlo Of ipcturesbe ipcturesbeore ctUre oo ootore
fore ore tho State Toucher Tancltersssociation Tancltersssociationthicii otllf tnnoriatiun tnnoriatiunwhich 980rlntlonwhIch
which opens tonight Witu W I 11 > seen cn n at attho littho attimo
tho Knutsford thla tftUrnpm itUrn m he wa warfStlnc wal1tIIt1nltrpm wasresting >
resting 1tIIt1nltrpm from rein his long J nlt joijrney Qrney timId amithinking I1llilthlnllng timIdtiminking
thinking over the toplcn h Will iil dlxcu dlxcubefore dl discuss discussbefore cUs cUsbotoro
before the teachers Ua Uns ls i a hand handHomo hanelIjomo handsome
Homo young man Of about abQ tUUtl thirty sum suminers surnmers sutmimnera
iners and a ciii pleasant find tJlHllnlcrlsUug interpaiiug interpaiiugn
n converflattohallst conver nUQtm1st as nliJono one will meet In Ina Inn Ina
a days travel When WhenitJPIorched ftpplwched he hereceived het hetco1eit
received t Col l trW reporter MW cry W irrawfully irrawfullyuiidal gr graeauilyIlild oCltul1ytilliS >
uiidal tilliS al once Vvsnni 1 80 11 r ylis yIp httf1 Aim blmVIUI blmVIUIfjUCIiIUOIJ with withriucntioim withquentlona
riucntioim concerning Utah that the thetime tbeUlno theline
time passed b66rathd rJj th i pprtws1 i frters had hadtImo ud udtlmo
tlmo to tOIS ask him any ny lue oue4tlone tlons tl nl He Hetoeemod Holernol1 ItoSeeniod
toeemod iu tUhll1rveX marvel IpVer over time thoWealth Iho0I1Ih timetcOttitht
Wealth of t the setate tntof ami the thnirreat Ihlffrel1t thepeat
peat advantages advnl lgea tlmt UII t confront her
5Wo Wtlln We In the KnsJ Fae auJ MId he iot me havo been lieenled beenled
led to bolleVeUhnt bcllovo thnt tftahJs ltuhI composed of ofn otn ofIt
n chain of mountains Jn rind Salt Lake LakeCity LakCIty LskaCity
City I can sec that i wo little realize realizewhat realizeVhl realizelviit
what Vhl t a great state litntelt It Is IsProf lst lstProf 1 1Irot
Prof OSliua is a grddunle r ldlJ e of Cor Cornell Cotneil ¬
nell 011 and has been b l1 In the Wlafwln h uni university unlycrplty untyernlty ¬
versity four years rll During that limn limnhw limphI timeho
hw has hmti won fame und honor for him himself hImselt hunSelf ¬
self nnd now he beRtan1n stand ltnocllJ In te he e foremost foremoitranks foremostran foremostranks
ranks ran Its oc American educators educatorsLATE educ aducat aducats aducatLATE tri 1I1 1I1LATE
s
LATE LOCALS
It Is payday today at Fort D Diugits Diugitsand augiiana augii UlIlHand
and the boys are feeling UJ1 al I There Therewas Thmwns Theretmas
was no Christmas dinner In Inlb lie fcechfiun fcechfiunjcrtso clrridnenAO cttiTnsense
jcrtso sense of the term at the fort rutH rW yestIiy Ilty ly
but tho soldiers were given sdlniT I dln r a agood agoo agood
good goo 1 deal better beth than the th customary
everyday ovordn dinner and they Enjoyed It
Mount guard uard wns the th only duty per
lornifl yesterday y terdriY or today todayThere todnyThore todayThere
There ujll jt be a concert In I the Fort Fortphpcl
Douglas chapel 8atu Saturday ay night nl In D
which if Mrs Percy Per Y BomersCockj and
other excellent ta talent ent from this city cllyiv
ivPMpt0 will PMpt0 PMpt0uWlth PartIcipate uWlth With lih thQ S SwedJ f4oceeds roced rocedIYnltl
iv
hymn books b Qklltor for the
post chaw h 1ptl irll be beriJ
purchase tl1 A nw org org4n n hntI1 Is very much
npededup needed up there thorelto there11ev
lto 11ev Dr riJ John ° lJ henry H nry Burrofiwlll bettor will be
In Snit Lake City January 2iK 21Mlt t and andccttlle andecttmre
Jcc ccttlle lire In the First Congregational ConmatonIchurch ConJtgatlon1chirch Congregationalcburchm
church on The World lUjrlmaga
With experiences some taw fje ous and andjforno nndlomo andsome
jforno some not BO 10 serious Dr Baww Dnf f l l is II
notable educator nnd nrt the ppMent J of
Oberlin College the doctor nil h hareper harepertolta a reper repertoire repertolaa ¬
toire ot twenlstbrei twentYthrell1e lectttr tttrll And nd U Uspoken Isspoken tSspoken
spoken of In tbivhlghcst tho thhijh hllfhest terei ter by the thel he heenstcrn heeastern
eastern l stt > rn prc tlr press llll 5 for his l4 scholatf flchOl l1 attain altalnments attainmonte ttainments
ments mentsTho monteThu
Tho offlco of o tho superlntolwt nl of ofschool otschool ofschool
school will bo open between ti the hour hourf hoursof
01 ° f 23Q ft to ° Ii D pm rndiirnK rn dll dmng lng tho th wilpn I slpn of ofthe ofthl ofthe
the 8tn Stotn o Teachers Teoch rs Viventla onventln nv ntltA Sup Superintendent SuPerIntendent Superlntenclent ¬
erintendent Chrlstensen will ilto be in
his office between Ihe thm hour Ir f 4 p m mIInc11 rnand
IInc11 and 5 oclook
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Wires Down and Railroad Traffic Impeded fy in J Monfanaj 8nn Oregon OregonAnd Oregoni OregonAiid
And Washington Today Storm StormIroni Striickhtte StriickhtteFrom StFlI i 1 1Prom R fiJti t tAnd
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tamable Tho
morm ISIi is ght1jIy ac1ualI1 oN or
jag In south with high hJ h wlndi crtJ Ifprtedtrom rprt crtJfrom
from northoin Utah point U tltll 11 vry vryevidence ve veevidence mr mrevidence
evidence indicating ffiw Vwrt Vwrtthrough
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At 2 oclock thla thleatternop afternwTn ti the wit witem wstern
em Union In thla city lap ill t11lIng t11lIngf11t1sClgcl ting tingmessages nagmeasagoc
messages for anythIng n nOrth rItI It r 0100 0100and I Iand
and west of
JluntlngtSn n auliit suiji lit1I lit1Ilay
lay ft Its tho wires w wyond wer Were all 11 11 11ond
yond those points and andiff on1tth theremaI ert < nil a n Ill ll llc
Inll iff what won going goln oh onthrr c ccording Ccording
orith1f
cording to the office Ll1 in thlS thl thtiiy IIt w aa car rfITni carus
as could be ascertained I1SC ascertalncd1t ttillJi 11 is thi JtOlII1 m U Umolnl asmoving
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THE PRESIDENTS PRESioENTSPOWER PRESIDENTSPOWEOFREMOVAL
POWER POWEOFREMOVAL POWEOFREMOVALCivil Of REMOVAL REMOVALCivil
Civil Service Commission Informs Maclay
Action in His I Case Was Not Contrary ContraryTo
To Civil Service Act arid andRules Rules
WQ Waihht4 hltlltonj
AThe The civil
tiei ICI wr wrhi r
1II11i1 <
today notlllltl Jk1II
9 11COIar tbt t1 IJlltoltall
rttoently em
Plaii 10 1ft the
hll lrooklrn lIav imavy yard that
11I1110111 from hi POsitIon POll Ion at atvlolnllo 1 tiat lt
point WIL lIot tm It lh
vlolnllo of the teof eht
uvlce not This
lIolll1cntlon III eon
lalnM In ult1ler mm
Wrlttell tu 11 Mnolny
by PlWllatnt Irootol of the comlnlloll
and U I In reply to aim niulry from ruin htm htmMAQUY8 hlOl1tO imitmiMii41t
MAQUY8 1tO Mii41t 1I LKTTBIl LKTTBIlMrM I LIrrIlitMc mt mtMr
MrM Mr MaOI Matlays iUif < letter Is as follows followsIng
Olll ofilfe ot lilt LI Gelllr1 Store
Nrtv itv YArd YariJf 18e118r
Y I UcC 3 1 1901
lion John n
PWclor
lrllIent Civil
Servlli ServI
C0ll11t11a Colnmiloim loll
the 111101 tolJolTlnv Hcr 23 torday I received
lomlllUnlcation troll mmmi Iho
Itlal
ltrtitt3
or the MI nayy 1 It ieiii 01 directed
by bytho the
pr1 prepjdontto < 1cnllo
la hay Irlllltl tusk k lddgar dgor S than no
lnumo
IAbot eI
general
prlt rs Olll 0111cc IItoro leeell
1111 yOiil n Ill Now York
fi acrid nllin in iis 11f rl lrl1atlon to
lJlllned Thla JOHN h LONG al1 Uuy y
ctlnJlnUnlitlon wa ntldNH11
to the
Cf1mlllnndanl ot tftl navy YIIIII
Ilul ate ta al dUly
1111111111 to me t clu
I lire to B get I 111 m IIlJthorltl1ll
CIIII SelvllC Seryi Olllllion 111
eomltlhlon on the
toIlClV
log points 1IlnlsIfila
Ifila 1 Yhs
the President ut
the Unlll
Rtate
omnll any authority under Iho In laws VII
civil service to demllnll thltl ho
lCllrnation ot n civil service
In th rlfllllll1ad lilt nlllloy
2Uru the th 1NIdt nMldnt the nnlhorlty
or J011r utmfiI to CltUIII the dll dhstiiai lul ot any
rll1 l service rvlee employe Without
prefer
ring charges In writing and Itvlnlf said
emllo eamployc f
an opportunity In
which
to
malIC It t detnse ieten
41 4 tpc tSPCfttthiiy U lly yours our
HDrMn 2XIOAI1eQstoNs I 1rAurJAY 1rAurJAYC9
C9 eQstoNs I VSsrONS JtRtIY ItIPry1T0
follows 10 this th ntinlMlln ° ° ntinlMllnn relllled nil
DtccnttJor 26 hot
1 lr1fdWII 1110111 Nlvy nvy Yl1ld Now
fn lOig ki kialrlM J Jire1hs
alrlM tolPIIlulon I is In recelvtot receipt of
your IUI t ot Doc a hi I UOL Ot
111 Ifli l1ae to yom l questions o iloiis you are
inform n that It t la contrary to tho
Prjct practice a of r the oommtolS oommluloJ to o mule muleons ulHlerI
lake to nlJltr hYllUlhOllCliI ilylamtltolimi quostions ons
I Your separation S tom oat the 1 10 service no
cordIng to the foot acts in your case as
U Ii y appeared In the public ubllo press was
tflnde upon the order of tho eccwtnry poc tnry
or the navy In whom th tM power of re reo reonoval
moral rests Tli The demand for your
i lgnatlon followed by b your removal removaliatBfy rern vnl
li m4uan n hp t dlteJt dittttii tlOIJf utth hQ Jt PteeIdnt tltn t
tbtoua1 ehrousbtiiJ tN fCMI iatBfy fV of th thinnvy the navy Vvas
not I In violation of Ibo thmeelvil civil g service vce ClOt
Clevolnnd Ohio Dec D o 20 20Tho Tho Mo MoKlnliy Mo1lnl Mokinley
Klnliy 1lnl National Memorial association associationwith
with headquarters in this city has had hadIti hl1ltItl hadIts
Its attention called to so many outer outerprltes enterprhee I IprlBtl
prltes ot a commercial nature tending tendingto I
to make capital out of the sentiments santlmsntsof
of imblla affection for William WIIII III MoKln MoKlnley 1
ley that tho following statement has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been l llJed med by Judge William n Day Dayexsecrptnry DayI Dayexsoortary Daysexsecretarl
exsecrptnry of state and president of ofthe otIhe ofthmeaisoCiatiotu
I
the thmeaisoCiatiotu thmeaisoCiatiotuThe association associationThe
The public Is enpeclally cautioned cautionedagainst eAutionelclICllnt cautionedagainst
against any enterprise Attempting fttt mptfng to
Trenton N J D Dcc lt > M ICThe The one hun hundred hundred bundred ¬
dred and nd twtntyflfth anniversary ly of ofth ottb ofthe
th the Utile of Trenton Tr nton was elaborately elaboratelyMlebratetl elaboratelyCeiebFIIed Iboratel IboratelIebntttl
Mlebratetl < b bare r today The auspicious auspiciouswathtr olllpiclouswather tumeplciousweather
weather hud the effect ff ct ot bringing out outa
a large crowd who lined the streets streetsalone CtrC streetsalong < ts tsalong
along which the sham battle and the theMjbwquent theflbHqtent thesubeequent
Mjbwquent parade took plaoe this fore forenoon forenoon ¬ i ioo1n
noon The three forces torll of General GeneralVaiblngton GeneralWllblllgtQn GeneralWashington
Vaiblngton Oen flulllran and the thetMt theUHtlanl timehrslsns
UHtlanl tMt n for more than un hour otcu otcupl aecupled occupied
pl pled d tlx streets and covered the grounl grounltnat greun greunlist
list was WUlone gone over In tne crifliml bat battI battie
tie tI and a reitltotlc picture of iho battle battlewas battleWI battlewas
was prtttnttd exrept exc ept the suffering sufferingwhich sufferingwhich ulflrtncbleb
which bleb the American forces underwent underwentlmu lnlhrwentIJetluae underwentbecause
because e of the cold lId wtather ather and thr In Inefficiency Inell1llency IneillcieliCY ¬
efficiency of clothing Thq Th sham battle battletoun baUletitIAn battlebejn
titIAn near to Batttlc monument and androotlnutd andcontinued nd ndcontinued
continued down W Wann rr n and Hroad Hroadstmts liroiwl5trWtP
stmts th the IUiisl UCHmn ii forow utulor Col
Crainnlcil In n Hotel HotelWashing lIotolVll1ahlnlC hotelyltishlimir
Washing MPh n Dec c MThe Colby ColbyIlrasc ColbyIhu Coibyheels
heels Ihu at t Nw W Lnthrop WM destroyed dwtrotredby
by fire tidiy and Ji Jolla hn UeCarth HoCarthlT HoCarthlTtlnnr MoCarthm7ashier r K Kfnnr
ashier uh I hI was 111 spending the night In Inthl Inthe n nthihflt
thihflt the hol hotel l 1 wa cremated crematedIrnnccii clcrnaledrRlIcr crematedIrnhtces
Irnnccii rRlIcr ItOJi ItosaAdIuilliei AInilRCil AInilRCilC dlllll etl 111111111 111111111CkRlfO htIqdmlmsChcmmgo
C Icago Dec IlTha young woman womanvnofn wOlJlan11110I0 womankuwn
vnofn M France Franed floss n who U I sup suppoet up upto upold
to poet old 4l to have ucaped eIc1 K p d from a Portland PortlendOr ortlandOre
Or Ore convent w wa s adjudnd ln Innnll Innnllhertllftay insanehsretday an anher
her hertllftay l < xlBy esIt Wt testifying g th that t she IbeII h hU
II Bering1 lf rtnr from rtllftflus n tUncholla tUnchollaIt
It lixlltvwl by physicians At t th tb41 Jro Jropltalthnt boI boII hoput9ithftt
pltalthnt treitmrnt la a sanitarium MniUriummiy nltar1uln1I1
miy 1I1 y elo estate toK her reason reasonJJJ reasontiS reasonMis
I JJJ floss talked freely oa the wit
amid 1111 rule 111 In vUw iw of tho well knowi IOWI
tact In your onffo on
Th The objnt of the rub requiring r qulrln no
thee and a hearing lmenrimi was to prevent nt po <
Iltloal Ut loul Ijlev
removal or removals upon a se seOlot anclut
oret clmigw Nu Issue of this kind II
involved fn your tJur case caseVery Cllear CaseVery
Very ar reipactfully rOIle lfuy
JOHN H WIOCTOR IllOCTORPresident I1tOCTmItPresident
President PresidentPllOCTOIlH PresidentPHOCrOns PresidentPIIOCrOflS
PllOCTOIlH BTATJ3M13NT BTATJ3M13NTPrtildent STATl1M1 STAT1dMINTImesldtmt NT NTlrell1tnt
Prtildent Prootor of the civil son sonvloe liefvloe <
vloe ioe commlMlon also Knvo out tlm thm M Mstntomsnt t <
IQVlnrlItntollent iqwlrig stntomsnt betirlnr upon tin tinTho
e csem csemThio 1f81 1f81Tho
Tho commission tins always bold < 1 n nshown Of
shown in 11 its thirteenth thlrtl1ontl1lClllJrt report January
1 11S0 11S0Thu 1107 1107The 1MItrlm
The civil eervloo not did not intend
bat Incompetent persons should ho re
tnlned t lnel In olllca The nulhOrlty ut rn rnmovul totmlotttl
movul and Its oxcrciio eXHr ho for the proppt propptifnsons IlrolletlenllOn lurcmlmotreasons
reasons arc necoewury for the dl llllldpUllt llllldpUlltRull dtecipiftnimmi clpiini clpiininnd
nnd tho ofllolenoy ot time public ucrvica f1 erVico1ie rVlco
Vhe ho power of romovnl Is not affected
Ly tlm law or tho rule further tlmti
that they provide that removals shall shallnot shallrot hnl hnlroot
not bo inado for political or religious religiousiimsons lCI1Sloutj religiousiensommfi
iimsons iimsonsTho j iensommfiTime It Itfho
Time ride of tho President July 27 1
1897 ruling that persons should only oni
ho removed romovo for Just cause and upon upontenuous Ullontlln uponmearone
tenuous tlln OIlI1 If In writing and nnllnttel after un oppor opportunity oppurtunity llpurtllnlty ¬
tunity for tdimnkhllf mnklnir answer wan for the theturpuso theprevonllng thektmrlmJlmo
turpuso of preventing political or re religious reo rehigious ¬ r
ligious removals m ramovnls upon W Wcrot lie liecret eocret
cret clmrgcs but was in no way lrt lrtlemlnil <
lemlnil to curtail the power of removal icinovalfor i
for jUHl mt cause Under this rule tho thoreasons thotOIonll thetoOsone
reasons fur ur ti removal ar ore to LI bo a mat matter noitter ¬ i
ter of record but It dOM riot Impair In Intho Intho ititue
tho slightest ilogrco Ibo prompt 11101 1 lit cxeN cxeNalso tixetalso Xer f
also of the power of discipline In die discussing 111ftURlng diecuesing ¬
cussing thin ride rul In tho fourteenth re report topcmrt ¬
port of o thu CommIssion com nlsnlon Dooomb D r 31 IImi i iitol I
mi 07 it Is Isstntell stated that It the reasons rcnsonanro rcnlOJlInro
nro sulllolint the oflleor will not lon lonInto I iosttate t ttnto
Into to mako the removal It cannot
b lie uasiuteil asethtemithmat that Maclay removal was wnslor wastot
tot polllltwl or religion Canons or up upon upen ¬
on secret charges nn the r reasons + for forthpdepartmont tottilQ4apaltfllcfltn
thpdepartmont action nre a re well known
Irrth totlitIacIoy tl Waclay and time public publicMAOLATT imubilcMAOIA
MAOLATT HtTMMAltllY CIS CIS011AHOKD DRC1IAIIO1D
011AHOKD 011AHOKDNow C1IAIIO1DNew
> <
Now York Doc 24 2Idgat Kdflttr Stanton StantonuhiielOy
Miiclny who refused to resign as asspecial assioeial
special laborer In the olllco of tim wit witcm gncmi
cm cmi Htoro kfopei of the navy yard ymdvmi yard0hI
vmi 0hI Biimmarlly OlsoharRed today Mn Mnclny Maclay
clay wont to tho nnvy yard atm usiiil usiiilUiday Usmititoday
today and prepared to rcnume his flu flutics ri rities
tics Pay IlL Director Putnam went to toMoclnyH toMaclays
MoclnyH dealt rrad ream him tim trtrKnun trtrKnunirom telogromnfront
front Wathlmgton Vrft hlnglon yesterday and told
him that ho was dismissed Maclay
left tho tlm WWvlm yu4inmVelitatly1 troillatiW Henald ho howmilif hoWouhINturjm
wmilif WouhINturjm roturh iitthousaal at IiibiUa time timetow tbmor tbmortow
tow prepnrcd to go to work
R1K1NUY MORIAL ASSOCIATION ASSOCIATIONJudge I IJudge
Judge Day Finds it Necessary to Issue u Statement Cautioning CautioningPublic
Public Against Enterprises Attempting to Make Capital Out OutOf OutflSenlliiicntsot
Of flSenlliiicntsot Sentiments of Affection for Murdered President
make capital out of the tieiitlmrjita ot otaffection ofaffection
affection which Inspired tho ho desire to torear torear
rear ut the grave or our beloved IrcsU
dent n momorlnl which shall liltingly
honor his memory It Is time desire of oftho oftime
time trustees that nil contributions shall
bo the Iron will offering of the peoplo peoplonnd peoploamid
amid they respectfully request the pub
Ho to discourage all propositions which whichmuy whichmay
may seem to have ao Inclr object the thoObtaining theebtatnhrig
Obtaining of money by giving all or orpdrt or1art
pdrt of lie proceeds to t the memorial memorialfund mnemnoriitlfmnmd
fund The public If i hereby notified that thatthe thatthe
the McKinley National Memorial ema emaciation ansoclatlon ¬
ciation has no connection with or rela relation reluIon ¬
tion Ion lq any other association or t ta any anyenterprise anyenterprise
enterprise of a commercial nature
BATTLE BATTLEOFWONANNIYESSARy BATTLEOFWONANNIYESSARyThe OFTRNTON ANNIVERSARY ANNIVERSARYhe
The he Hundred mid hvcntyfiffli is Celebrated In an Elaborate ElaborateMannerA I3labornteMaimerA
MannerA Sham Battle Representing the Historic Struggle StruggleWns
Wns hIs Qlvcn 6IveiiIIrcworks Pireworks Will Close lie Occasion
Gllmoreof the Second regiment retreat retreatIng retreatIng
Ing and halting at short distances llr llrIng hrtog
tog on time advancing American army armydThis
This continued until the surrender nt nttwo attwo
two points In front of the postoflko on onEast onEast
East State street and the other on onSouth onSouth
South Broad street streetDuring streetDuring
During the sham battle there was wascontinuous wtincontinuous
continuous firing of guns and cannon cannonAfter cannonAfter
After the surrender tho military was wasreformed wasreformed
reformed for the general paruda which whichwas whilewas
was suplemented by more than 1000 1000members 1Omembers
members of clvlo organizations of the thacity thecity
city In the procession was the Second Secondbattery Secondbattery
battery at New Jersey national guards guardsconsisting gusrdsconsisting
consisting of the Second and Third Thirdregiments Thirdregiments
regiments tinder the command of IoU tletiCopper IoUCoppcr
Copper The Indoor celebration tool toolplace toolgplace
place this afternoon in the opera house houseGov houseby
Gov Voorhecs presiding The principal principalspeaker principalspeaker
speaker was Prof Woodrow Wilson of ofPrinceton ofPrinceton
Princeton who delivered an address en enthe atmthe
the battle of Trenton The days cele celebration echebiatIon ¬
bration will COM with fireworks this thisevening thisevening
evening at Monument park
ness stand but would say nothing land landing tendmIt ¬
ing to establish her identity When Whentaken Whentaken
taken Into custody here two weeks ago agoshe
she had nearly 8500 In cash and Jew Jewolry Jewobey
obey on her herTrciisnror person personTtiiiiier
Trciisnror Gem Formally Removed HemomlBuffalo RemovedBualo
Buffalo N Y Dec WMayor DieM Dlehlformally DieMformally
formally removed City Treasurer Philip PhilipQerat PhilipCarat
Carat today after concluding the Inves Investigation Investliatiomt ¬
tigation Into the charges against him himof hImof
of misconduct in misappropriating
funds of the otty ottyAt ottyAt
At the s satho rhe time the mayor directed dlrnctPdtho
time city dork to call a meeting of the thecommon thecommon
common council to elect Corns sun BUQccnor sunceis
ccnor ceis or

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