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Accused Accuse Handcuffed 10 Petit Peit Larceny Larccn Prisoner Prisolcz
MortpMen was WO tills tll morning morningorfltho mornInG mornInGfo morning1y
Fftr tr court with withader withutJer
aUy 1y chtlgld ciargiJ btrOr orfltho the wih wihth
fo ader utJer of James Jales U Hay He Ju op opej upt nptJ
th Duder and at ditto ditto7ilmM iirrop4lpIAyet
ej rather r ther haggard uld dJer dJerlltS
7ilmM t display dl plncd nervousness nrvousness That Thatl11 thatf
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iliOMvho who boyD taken tllen particular Ilartcular jio jioot JIOt1 o ot1
1IIhe ot him on the hO several occasions occasionsbubwn occaRlolS occaRlolSII occaaloflel
t1 t1 l bubwn II has b tfl n exposed to the publlo fUblo view viewi viewhrg
ffJ i lu hrg iigrd ard rd appearance Ippearonco was wal partlcu partlcuMJ portcu portcuoblllbJe
ob otservable rvable when he faced tho thoIt thoIrl thot
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It t and nd O listened 1lened to the rending o ot thu thotion thuirPaton thuIratl0fl
Irl Iratl0fl tion during which period ho hoeyfs hohpl ho1t
irPaton L eyes closed most of the time timem
hpl h eyt
m I bli hI fac face ace clearly coarY showed Ihowl evidence evidenceI
strugslo with emotions emotionsJltldn emottonLu
I severe wih
of f i Rlrlge emotonl emotonlIMp
Jltldn IMp Lu Several times tmes his llpa Ipl were Iere cru no noIll noj
j 10 quIver quIverTe
Ill courtroom quller qullerTt was wal Va1 well wel lilted flcd and tho tholunoit thownolllenco theitcd
wnolllenco lunoit Tt illence prevailed preled during tho ar arM ur1nmtnt tir1Tfflt
M lament The majority of spectator spectatorreti Jpectn orl orlnrl
reti 1nmtnt men but the women had a I pret prettr protI
tr ilron represnntntlon r ntlton and iiulte qlle a aitfflUr I Ilubr aer
itfflUr I trni er ot attorneyH ve of the city ciy occtt occtttVdiwtsJnelde occ occJd occuthe
tVdiwtsJnelde lubr ItallJnelde atorneH the railing railingitortenMti raiing raiinglrortenlen railingrIecefl
Jd itortenMti rIecefl was IS driven to the court courtcue courttue
tue cue Ie la l the th patrol ugon In company companyriih complny complnyrlh
riih v Art other prltoners trlrerK and and guarded guardedw
w Ir rlh Deputy fl Sheriffs Sherlfl Busby and Ha Haklfb Haklb haEgh
klfb Dputr He was wn not In II a aconversatonul aconversatonulI conventional conventionalBOOJ
BOOJ klb and lt only on ono ocaslon ocaslol during durllg durllgl duringi
I in I l ride did he converge eonver e at atol all Ho HoI 10 10Ik fluDeputy
I uktd Ik Deputy Ipuly Sheriff Sherif Bunby IuBbY where whereI lherf lherfXurray wherLr
I Xurrtr Lr the colored man was L1R going gollg to tok toI tole
k irralfned arlfned ntM nl no > 1 when Iien told that bu bunuld bl blfuld bttMi
nuld I fuld Mi b b te arraigned arralgnOlln In tho ptillce pf1ce court courtti cOlrt cOlrtII
ti I Mid I 1 thought ho was going to bu bumdjttd bl blale b bL11Ig1ed
mdjttd down hero heroHi herole herolie
ale Hi entered the tl courtroom at 055 055docksnil 065cok 955cck
docksnil cok cck le enleN and won wn vC Fcatet l eated on the prisoner prisonerkach IJrlsonerl rioTIerkah
kach to t the left ler of tho judges clmlr thulrHe clmlrHtwMury
HtwMury He wil WY ery neatly n nty attired ntlredln In a I sllt suit of ofHick otblack ofbeck
Hick black Derby hat t and ald black blackovercoat bllcl bllclovlrL blackvtraat
overcoat ovlrL Soon after < rel his it en enI entf enti
I truce ti ce hla hs father came over tQ him himrtttrf himrt himretti
rtttrf tf him nail at eat tat down beside him himtlitK himJ hlniiir
rt tlitK J I tie remained rmallOll until unt his son wan wanalts wal waUtu
alts tkf from the room with wIt the other othertrfmtr otherprllr otherFatter
trfmtrfttta prllr
fttta rltb r and ant eon on engaged In earnest earnestcnKntlonwhlch enrneatuvleUonwhlch earnestctciatIonwhich
cnKntlonwhlch uvleUonwhlch was WI Interrupted for fori forIftEment
i IftEment hi fnomentl moments by b Bernard Htevartone HtewartoneIofltnen
1 ol MorttMens > Iofltnen on ens attorneys otornes who con contwdflth conr congritllth
twdflth r 1th the prisoner for about ao t live Ihewutt liveLbIhen
1 wutt KlMtuhen ben he left them to continue continuei conthlul
i IMI ts u ILk During Dlrhtg tho talk tal with wlhblK wlhblKMR hltf hltfMttr hh3tet
Mttr Mortcnsen showed showedllgnl signs of oftmntif otJunu oftoeI5
tmntif by shifting his feet and andtMtanlij andccnJIy
Junu shltln anl
tMtanlij Imll1 tapping his hat on on his histut 1111 ilii iliihet
tut tutTie b hetTe
bTl Tie Tl fur prisoners prsone who accompanied accompaniedI n qmpanl d dJotnen
I Jfattnwn Jotnen 1rlea were werl wer arraigned flm frat and at atj atlIIocluk
j 11 IIH lIIocluk oclock oclok District Attorney Elchnbr Elchnbruw Echn6r Echn6rs 1tchn r rL
uw L s and tI laid If I the thecourt court pleases ple sel
I Secretary Scelr of Interior Has Sent to Senate Committee Commitee His Dis Disapproval Disapproval Dlsapproval ¬
I approval of Bills Bis Introduced Introuced by Senators Rawlins R wlns wIins and andKearns andKer3 nd ndKearn3
Kearns Ker3 Providing for Allotment Alotment of Lands I I
Special to the theiiMttton theI ws wsslhnfton
iiMttton slhnfton D C Feb i 8Tho S Sen SenMicwnolttte Bentte SenVe
Micwnolttte tte comaitte mmlt e on Indian affairs ntnlrs has bl re revW reClvW rectll
ClvW ctll vW reports from the secretary of ofHe otlh ofte
I He lh Inferior Ittior disapproving dl n rovlng tho bills bUl In Ind Intucd Intro4qc4
tucd tro4qc4 d In J tho Senate by Senators Senatorsltoi
PtUn hkHn ltoi and kearns which provided providedl
l tofte Selection te Idecton selection and oudalotment allotment of cer ¬
lain lands l within wihin the Ulntnh Indian Indianreservation Tntlan Tntlanreservn Indianreservation
reservation reservationThe reservn ton tonThoouso
The Thoouso Ilouao committee commitee on Irrigation Irrigationmet Irrigaton Irrigatonmet
met this tllslornlng morning for tho purpose pUflose of ofhearing athenrlng ofhearing
hearing Congressman Congrelsnn Lacey of Iowa Iowadescribe Iownelcrlbl Iowadescribe
describe elcrlbl hisbill his bi bill which provides an anappropriation In Innpprprlaton anappropriation
appropriation npprprlaton of ono million Ifllon dollars dolas to tohe tohe toie
he expended by b the secretary ot the theInterior thoInterlr theinterir
Interior to locate at some suitable suiable sec section sectr section ¬
tion tr > In he arid region re lon a a reservoir as a an anexperiment al oncxieriinent
experiment oXJetlfnent
I McCartney Goes Ocs South Suth to Inspsct Insp ct Joint Survey WorkBig WorkBigConsignment VorkBigConfgnme ig igConignment
Consignment of Steel Rails Rals for foi Clark Road Over the Gould GouldSystemWill GouldSystemWi CouldSystemWill
SystemWill SystemWi be b Brought West as Rapidly as Possible
Et tnrlner Eeiner n < r II M McCartney accorn accornD nccomI1
Iae4 I1 by 01 t D Moore MotrlJ who has haswa hn
wa 11n W n thP th erolmd glound In charge chorze ot the tjeln
raa ln Ptdro to Wt tore e working on the Joint Jointle
fllf le let left for Callenles Calelt l on the 705 705st O5
trlln tim
lat eumng llng ntng
JJ Thf Th o obJrt t of u their trip Is s to pass passSilv utns
c the
Silv work rentiy done llctorft u ls
1lnly II
2 f4fly br broulh broug1 ht before bttore the tht board ot I dl dlSit
tors f It
Itrl Salt or i tot tn han lal 1 ledro Pedro > elr0 Lo Lof Angeles Angelestor A
Lake tor their and andthe
aJo IlOptloj lon approval nppr ll
EnrlMPr Melrtney iavtney will go ove over the thetS
tvUtd wl
CUDd In N Np Nevada vaila
tS rtte a and Possibly posllblymlY may maynw
Ike a fw f cry ft ry slght slIght Slit change ges In n nn the
1Urr GW nw w In n II ah Inr iin no A Al All tll the > field felll not notes 8 nr nrrna are
IG Lw the p rna cvery everything hlng la II l ready
444z rnn rn llg 1 and nnt the fln filing of l the e ea
1 I maps just Ult a alloon soon as n Mr I r JtcCart
aPIr1 Pissa the work that has been
t net ne
liS lhI US tOFFBl toprf IJ11UOVlSG IJ11UOVlSG1elvs IMrIL0V1NG IMrIL0V1NGtCeie
1elvs tCeie Mnnjr tAnTLetthr8 Letter orl Containing
Itcllgloua Ielrloll Tracts
PItt IlttSburg burg la Feb eb 8Mrs Mr Soffel Soffelwas
tto ho SMr Sotel
sided Id
In fhp th
escape oC the Biddies
I1 nd
alia ho < >
was hot hotn
hlch IS durIng the batt batt1
I death trUleJ tSUited In I n their recapture rec ptur and andconsiderable nd
1 I etb her aIOW considerable crnslderble Improvement Improvementf hnllrem nt
bg e ino tnHlon f tola today Sie She II sufer suffer
tro Iore im W Inenml 1iisn fltfU
injm lh distress
lr ui mo the t M Wound vVuimd > i diltre ivfii s than iiiuii
Jf r nors IOrF wuunl bfore fore and d It m may ° y b be a wok wtekI w ek
I tto1 r th brore Euicf Ihe ran n be removed removedT rmoved
btrg T t Jail 1 nuter hoslal 1 ° Plal to the PUts PittsJ Pita
ler Her
tltll PtttI I llband Wnrden X Sorrel J has Iaa
tan he rounsel i ic tor fa > r Her defense but
hYe an Shy dC not want 10 n see her or orher
Ue future future1t cOlmUnlcnton communIcation wih with her In Inthat
In n 1t irs oVer BM Ih Cit21 Is riellnj rreelvlng leters letters from
lIa n luntry untry MOlt of them con
tUtL trctl In Sad Adyic0 of COl
tur Wien b nvlce rtIIlous rhlgIous n na
cOeri er that opens a a Ipter letter ana < J8 J8tur
u ald dil
I it tur turns I u i one 0fl at ° f f this tnliwithout character
> chlracter
turs It
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atl rien without hout I mdrnto rUdlnr to some at th
In the case of tho State Stlto of Utah vs Pe Peter le let Peter ¬
ter t r Mortcnften Mott < m en charged chnlgd with wih murder IUder in inthe II Inthe
the thetr first t degree 1 ask that the defend defendant detOld detOldnnt defendant ¬
ant bo arraigned arrllld Whereupon Judge JudgeHtmvtirt JUdgeHtlwurt JudgeIltesiurt
Htmvtirt Htlwurt asked nlkel the pHsoner to step steparound steparound steparound I
around In front ot the clerk and all listen listento Iston Istonlo I
to tho reading rtudllS ot the Information InCormaton Mor Mortensen Mortensen Mortensen
tensen uroea IrOO and with wih a 1 firm frm step stepwalked stepwnlked stepwalked
walked around Iroum1 directly dlretty In II front front of the thaclcrkH thl theclerks
clerks clerkl desk where ho Btood Itood crectwltli crectwltliMB erect wih wihJtlK
MB hands hanll folded In II front tront nnd with withdowncast with110wncIst withdowncast
downcast 110wncIst eyes eY S and nld listened while whlloCounty whlo whloCounty whileCounty
County Clerk James rend real tho Informa Information Intora IntoratOI infonnation ¬
tion tOI lie le flinched Inchelprceptbf perceptibly when whenever whenever whenever ¬
ever tho word murder was read rel by bytlio b byho
tlio clerk clerkClerk clerkClerl clerkClerk
Clerk James Jallcl then read rnd In the Dis District Dlstrlct District ¬
trict cour of the Third Judicial din district dl dltrlet dintrict ¬
trict of ttfe t State ot Utah Utln in and nd for forHull turIt furaU
Hull It aU Lakj InkJ Lak county information Informl10n No NoStO NoSGO
860 Htuo ata 0 of Utah 1tah vs v Peter l > Morten MortenECU
ECU defendant defendantId 11ete dent dnntIA
Id thjt your truo neil nndcorcct nndcorcctnnn correct correctname correctname
name nameYou nnn nameYes I
nnnYts firm You Yts voice voiceClerk voIceClerk voiceClerk sir flr replied rplell Mortensen In tl a afirm 0 aftrni
frm Clerk James JamesYou You will wi then please pleasolisten pleaselisten leal
listen Ilten to the reading renln ot an Information InformationHied InCommton InCommtonle
flied le in 1 this court on Feb 6 1902 a acopy 0
copy cpy of which I now hand you youA youA ou ouA
A copy was wn then hol handed hlnded to him htmwhich himwhich himwhich
which he h took tol and placed place In his over overcoat ov r roont rccitt ¬
coat pocket pocketThe IlcketTho pocketThe
The clerk then read rad the Information Informationnnd Inforaton InforatonInd
anti Ind names IlneR of witnesses wllc ses published pUblshed In Inthis Inthis inthin
this paper two or orUme three days ago agoJudge agoJUdge agoJudge
Judge Stewart St wartHave Have you an al attorney attorneyto atorney atorneyto
to represent reprelelt you youThe youThe youThe
The prisoner replied repled In Ina a loud clear clearnnd clearand clearand
and distinct Instlet tone of voice l Yes sir sirBtowart sIrStowar nIri3tosvarl
Btowart and Stewart StewartTho stewartThe StewartFlio
Stowar onf
The court MurtYou You will w1 appear Before fIe tore the thecourt thoconrt thecourt
court next Wednesday morning at l 10 10oclock 10ococlel 10eiock
oclock eiock when you vlll wi be given an op opportunity opportun opportunty ¬
portunity ococlel portun ty to make and enter your plea pleato plel
to the charge chargeMr cMrgeMr
Mr Mortensen Mortensel then returned to 0 his hisneat hIsIClt hisseat
neat IClt beside his father and their conver conversation conversaton convernation ¬
nation was resumed until nbout 1040 1040oclock 1040oclock 1O4oclock
oclock saton when he with wih unt the other prison prisoner
er ore were filed fed out Into tho corridor corridorwhere coridor coridorwhere corridorwhere
where ho was WI handcuffed hnndcurtel to John Kelly Keltya ICely ICelyn
a prisoner prlsCJwr charged with wlh petit pett larceny larcenyThey InrcenyThey larcenyThey
They wero taken tnlepn down In the elevator elevatorto
to the main floor und wore wert placed In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the ptttrol wagon which was In wait waiting wal waitlug ¬
lug In at the West entlanve to the build building buid buidIII buildIng ¬
ing III and driven back blck to the thl county Jail JailThe Jai jailThe
The crowd left the court room Immo Immediately Immo11ntoly immotliately ¬
diately after nter Mortensens lrortenseul arraignment arraignmentand
and and 11ntoly stationed slltond themselves thom ele oUtsldo o tlldo tim thodoor thI timdoor
door to tl get fet ft view of the prisoner trlsner as ashe or ml mlhe
he passed IIRled out of If the th building buldlnt to return returnto
to 0 his conflnoment conlnoment In the couhtvlall couhtvlallpending cou1110I colddiaiipending
pending the ho continuation cOltnlaton ot his trial trialHit trialili
Hit 1 ili lather and Attorney Atorlc Stewart re remained rl rllalnel1 tomaIneI ¬
mained lalnel1 in I tho court room until 1he 1hecurious 1Mcurious lh lhcurious
curious crowd hattdtsperseiTlheh hntt IUspeieJ hen they theyleft Ole Oleb1ldlnl theyheft
left the building b1ldlnl together t gethr
When w 1 i t n this step Itt11 his hen been heln taken and andtho 0111 0111the andtiu
the Joint survey luroy agreement ratified rlttcd no notlyepconstruction aotre notlyec
tlyepconstruction tre tlyec n fistruCtlon ructon may be b looked for at atthis atthis atthis
this end of the line lne In a very short shortgpaco shor shortspace
space IpBC of time timeThe timeihe
tme tmethe
The contIgnm cOnllllmlt consigiiniqjt < uit of 12COO 12C tons ot 7B 7Bpound 1Gllolnd 75poftnd
pound llolnd steel stell rails which Vice Ice Presi President lrsl lrsllent President ¬
dent lent J floss Clark Muted Itatlll on 01 the oc occasion 0 oceaston ¬
easton lllon of his recent recelt visit 181t to this city cityhad et etIrll cityitati
had Irll been ordered ortrll from tho Carnegie CarnegieSteM CarMgleSle1 CarnegieSteel
SteM lcen company com nlt of Plttsburg PJtsburg Is now nownearly nownparly nownearly
nearly nparly ready for shipment and nld there Is Isa Isn ina
a lively Ihel scramble sClamblo among the roads ro ls for forhauling torhnulnl forhauling
hauling thename as ol1come U comes from trol the themills themtl themills
mills hnulnl These rails rais are to be loaded loned for fortho torth forthe
mtl the th lnjor major part Into the new lew Mat la and andbox alaibox cmibox
box cars carl recently rec nt purchased from tho thoPullman tho1ulhnnn tImPullman
Pullman 1ulhnnn company cOllllny und hauled west as asfast l asfast
fast as n possible possibleWhllo PossibleWhile IoulblcWhlo
While there may 1M be no n significance slgllneance to tothe totbe tothe
the Whlo fact nevertheless It is truo that the theQould theOOlld theGould
Gould OOlld system y tem Is getting fotng the hauling lulln of ofthis ofthis ofthin
this big it lot of steel and nll can
Many letters leters are also from attor attorneys Xttor Xttornoy ttornoys ¬
neys 14n proffering prolerlnl their service free In Inher Inher Inher
her defense defenseFcan defensel defenseFears
Fears l lu Air Jrtho the ERrln ERrlnWlnriepeg Elrln ElrlnWlnleleg IgrinVlnnepeg
Wlnriepeg Man Feb S BA A Vancou Vancouver ¬
ver er Wlnleleg special sp clal to the Tribune TrIbun says RaYI that thatfears thattenr thattears
fears are areentertalned entertained entertRlnd for the th Kgrla the theWANhlp theWihlp theWarship
Warship Wihlp which went In search senrh of the themissing themining themissing
missing Condor A studding sail sl boom boomhas boomhas boomhas
has been picked d up on the west coast coastbelonging coastbelonging coastbelonglrtg
belonging 1lck to the lie warship wnshllJ The section sectionof secton sectonof
of the coast COlt visited IRle by the Lgrla Egrll U Uknown Isknown inkhown
known as the giave gl e yard of the Pa Pacific Po Paiflc ¬
cific iflc
clnc10it hold 10it AttftinrMitn AtnlJt at nanl nk Robbery RobberyLancaster nobberrLncaKter ItobberyLancaster
Lancaster Pa Feb SBarly S arly today todayan
an LncaKter attempt mpt was In made madt to rob rb the Gap GapNational anpNltonnl QapNatlqnnl
National Nltonnl At bank at Gap Pa 1B 1C miles mlceast nne nneelt mileseast
east elt of this city cl ending In a lively cly ex exchange exchnno exchange ¬
change ot shot between bctWfen tho towns townswatchman townsvatclman townstvatclman
watchman David Btamlt Btallx nnd the theburglar theburjlau theburglars
burglar vatclman Btamlx Btlmlx hoard Marllan an explosion explosionat elploslon elploslonIt
at burjlau t tho bank and nd found three thre or tour fourmen tourmen tourmen
men It standing stlndln in front of the building buildingwho buldln buldlnwhO buildinglio
who lio ordered him to hold up his hands handsStamlx handl handsStamIx
Stamlx BtamlJ oidetl opened opene fire fre on the burglars burglarswounding burglarsoundlni burglarswounding
wounding oundlni at t least one as I there were
hooLmarks whero whorl hero they the had h been beenstanding henstandfg hsnstemming
standing standfg The TI robbers returned the thotire thBtre thetire
tire tre utnmlx backing Incklnj away IWO towards the thohorns thehome thehome
home of tho cashier tnshler with the th vlovy IeI Iov of ofgetting atKettl ofgetting
getting Kettl assistance uul llnco When tho shoot shooting ¬
IOU llf began two or tlireo lr other men ran ranout ranout ritaout
out of ha thl bank building and nd Joining
IUI1llllf Inc
their comrades com 4cs disappeared In the thedarkness thl thedarkness
darkness llnrknols An examination Omnlnatol disclosed
the th fact that the ho men had 111 attempted attemptedto RtomWd RtomWdto
to blow the vault open with wil dynamite dynamiteor
or nitroglycerine but without wihout imcciw fUCCefl SUCCCC8karly
Early this morning u I ntranger Itranet stopped stoppedat stlilped stlilpednt
at Glen Oon n few foi miles Ii0R east of flap and nndhad nld nldhnt andhad
had hnt a wound WOUI In his Jaw dressed 11roscl II IImild 1 1k 1ksaid
mild ho had hn receive Injury by toiling tnllllf
from tlOI u 1 freight train and am atrlhltiK Itrlllt n npleco 1 apiece
piece of iron 1101 It I Is believed he hlwnH was the theman IhuInl thenaii
man Inl wounded WOludel by the watchman watchmanBnowHtorma wutcllnl tatciitnallSIilsturInnln l l811ltlrll
BnowHtorma 811ltlrll In II Iviiuliuul IviiuliuulLondon 11lnlll 11lnlllIondon EiigjniidLondnn
London Feb Flb 8 Snowstorms mid Cld
fogs envelop lveloll practically 1lctcol the Iht entire entre entrenled
United nled Kingdom 1Cllgdol Tho lho weather li II tho thomost thomost themost
most severe known In II twenty years yearsror yearnFor enrs enrsFor
For a time tme this thll morning lornlng London J oldol was wasenveloped WUKcnvclo wasenveloped
enveloped cnvclo ll In darkness durklUal tratllo trno was In Interuupted Interuupteii I
teruupted t ruuPICl and nli navigation lulgatol on tho thoThames thoThanes theTlianies
Thames Thanes und nd Mersy was us wry danger dangerous dnler dnlerOUI ¬
ous OUI The fle unprecedented ulpreceden r snowfall snoWCllnocu snoWCllnocusluted tiecflO tiecflOsllated neteimsltated
sllated sluted the duspenslon IuBHln lon of outdoor outdoO work woikIn Ole OleII
In II many mal districts dlnlr etl and ane vehicular and andrailway titnirailway
railway ralwA tinfllc tmlo wan curried on 01 with withtho wih sviiIithe
the gmiest difficulty dllcliy Jn JI parts paltl of Scot ¬
land 1111 and WHICH Wllml communication conllulicotol was en entirely el ciitireiy ¬
tirely trely blocked blockedlliiskln bJoclced1lsklnlretall blockedIiinkImi
lliiskln 1lsklnlretall Medallion 1cdniiiotsOtnorlal Memorial lrlIllvrII1 lrlIllvrII1London Unvrllcd UnvrllcdLondon IltivelhmniLondou
London Feb Iel 8 8A A bronze medallion medallionmemorial tnctalon tnctalonmemorlnl medallionmemorial
memorial of tho late John nuukln BUlkln was WUHunveiled Wil wasunveiled
unveiled unvelel at noon 100n In Westminster Weltmlnstor Abbey Abhe
by Mrs Arthur Severn nnsklna nnsklnacousin Busklnj fluskinscousin
cousin In 11 the presence preAcnceot of tu I distin distinguished 1111n 1111nulshed dUtlaguinhed ¬
guished gathering Thememorial The rnmorlnlls memorial Is In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the poets corner nlovo the Sir Walter WalterBcott Waler WalerScott WalterScott
Scott memorial and beside the Oliver OliverGoldsmith OverOoldsmlh OlIteraoidsmlth
Goldsmith Ooldsmlh medallion medallionBmnllpoir medallionSmsiilior tdaol tdaolBmllilox
Bmnllpoir Bmllilox ot HeM ItcnoReno HeMneno htenofleno
Reno Nov Ne Feb 88overal new newcases nw newcases
cases caes of smallpox 8lUlpo are reported leportel in IKno IKnoamong mnonmong flhlflOamong
among the whites whie and tho state sllt board boardof boaId boaIdot
of health henlh ban hUl declared declncd smallpox oml1110 ell epidemic elldOllo eiiIdeinlo ¬
demic dOllo In Reno and will wl probably order orderthe ordertho orderthe
the public pUblo schools schooll closed closedt closedCritics
t Critics Orlici of Great t Britain llrltalnBerlin Jlrlatn Jlrlatnlerln BritainBerlin
Berlin lerln Feb l ob 8The critics crllcR 6f Great GreatBritain OreRtDrlaln GreatBritain
Britain Drlaln hero are disposed to lotLord lotLordPaunccfotee lot Xlml XlmlPaunetotes X4urdPauncefoteo
Paunccfotee Paunetotes note Jto of April Apri 141S98 H mSdrop mSdropwih ISIS drop dropwith dropwithi
with wih the explanation expllnlton cabled eblCI from fromWashington trolnWnshlngton frontWashington
Washington but nothing nothllguntrlcndlY unfriendly to totho totho tothe
tho United Unied States fHat s was w l meant thereby therebyThey tbnrebyrhey tiiorebyThey
They say the fact stands that Great GreatBritain GreatUrloln Greathiritaiii
Britain Urloln did Intimate InthnntC a n second proposal proposalfor popoenl popoenltor
for a 0 luf Kuropean erm remonstrance The ex explanation explanuton cxplanation ¬
planation planuton that President McKInley Momller was wasprivy WIS WISIlrl wasPrivY
privy Ilrl to Lord LorlllnunceCotos Pauncofotog purpose Ullose and andapproved anllnp antiapproved
approved np roell the British Brlt h upncal uprP11 before It Itwas Itwas Itivan
was made nade Is not accepted here hel At per person perlon person ¬
son lon who Is in a position Iosllon to know the theopinion th theOitInIon
opinion of the German Oernln foreign torclrti ofllea oflleasaid omeesaid ofliCemid
said We e are disinclined dlslnclnM todiscuss todiscussLord tollscUs tollscUsLrd to t1iscua t1iscuaLord
Lord Lrd Pauncefotos motives motvc We simply simplynail slllJly slllJlyItl sImplynaIl
nail Itl the thl fact that Lord Pauncefote Il1ncette took tooka tookI
a I step unpleasant lnllleasnh for tho United Unl lt States Statesnnd Htnt Statenitad B Bnl1
nnd nl1 It was wal Germanys refusal rolslt to par participate pnrtclpate partlelpato ¬
ticipate that frustrated the movement movementMoreover movementMorloer niovemnentMoreover
tclpate Moreover Morloer documentary doeUnentlr proof that thatGreat thatONnt thatGreat
Great Britain IIJoln took such u step exists In Inthe II inthe
the flies mel ot European cabinets cabinetsHnmllpox cnbllts cnblltsSlalpox cabinets14mislipox
Hnmllpox Slalpox Insnranco In cl Policies PoliciesLondon LlIOlcnLondon nldcs nldcsLndon
London Lndon Feb l eb 8 SWlth With the Increase Increafe In Inthe II inthe
the number num er ot cases casel casesof of o smallpox II1alpox Lon London 11 Liindons ¬
don dons population opulaton Is l flocking iocllng toInsur toInsurance to Ins lnsur lnsurmire II ¬
mire 10nI lotllees In cider to got Iet Insured Insuredagainst Insuredagiint insuredagainst
nlce against agiint tile tie epidemic epidemIc 0111r In the history historyof hiietOr hiietOrof
of Lloyds 1101 no 10 such plethora plothof of lunar Insurance Inslr InslrUICO lunaralice ¬
alice wa > ever evcrrecordll recorded ns has hnlalll arlicn arlicnon n non
on aecount leoutot ot o the present scare All Allclflssitt Al AllriAsseu
clflssitt r1flsf ufo utotltlnldvantn taking advantage of the tlicunderwriter the11Idewrlet8 tIetunderwrteta
underwriter 11Idewrlet8 chargeor 2a 0d 1plr U per cent centtor centtor eCiltfou
tor vucclnatcd celnattd risks and mint 3 4d l for Oil Urtvbteuiatca 11II Oilvatoixuatea
vbteuiatca II bllte risks though thoulh for the tht Kant KantKnd 1astInd I t tI
Knd I n dt hisUicts trjcta the premiums are oren as high highas highas
as lie hUJets Sumac SOl financial tnanclal men Iln have beun beunInsured le1 beemiInsured
Insured Insur d for ns lS much as 7000 700 against againsttho a alnst alnsttht
tim tht risk rik of catching smallpox aml1lpol but the theaverage thenero theaverage
average nero e policy olc Is about 500 Those Thosewho Thoseho Tliosowho
who ho have taken out Insurance InsuralCt are said naldto 111 saidto
to bo ciiclously Jtoull Indifferent InllIerent regarding regardingrevacctnutlon rcgunlng rcgunlngreacclntton regardingrevacclnatlon
revacctnutlon reacclntton Firms usually uunly making makingout IU111 makiiigout
out one ononundrell hundred policies polclea dally aro now nowaveraging flowaveraging IW IWnvernKlnl
averaging fix lx hundred and the Insur Insuranceblotters Insurance Instirance ¬
anceblotters nvernKlnl ance brokars and ald clerks aro working workinglong worklnl wOrkInghong
long after hours hoursThe houlsThe hoursThe
The Outlook says saysThe snslThe sayelThe
The medical reports Infer that May Mayor
or June Jun meilcal will 1 bo the worst If I this Is Istrue Il Istrue
true It I Is a I serious menace mence to the tie suc succeed socccliii ¬
ceed of tho coronation festivities festivitiesHoollitan tetvles festivitiesJinoligan
loolnn Hoollitan Party In time thC Commons CommonsLondon CUllonl CUllonlLond ComuiummonnLondfol
London Lond Fob eb 8 STM The socalled localed llao llaoIgan Hool Hooligan ilOoligan ¬
igan party llreb In tne house lOBO of ot commons commonshas commonshI
has hI by obstructive tactics taotcs towards the thedcacca thedeaCelRl thedeacenseti
dcacca deaCelRl deacenseti ed wifes wles sister bill bil 111 raised a astorm I Istorm astorm
storm that Is likely lkel to nip In II the bud budall budan budalt
all the th political tlollcnl aspirations of Its ls lead leader leader leadem ¬
er em Lord Lrd Hugh Cecil Ce I The Th conservative conservativepapers conservnle conservnlellapers conservativepapers
papers abuse this son of otthe the premier premiereven
even more than do the liberal lberl organs organsThe organ8the organsThe
The Spectator which rarely rrcl becomes twoomespersonal btoonws btoonwselsonnlnnd becomespeisOnnh
personal elsonnlnnd and Is a staunch stnulch supporter of ofthe orthe oflie
the lie government declares Lord Lrd Cecil Ceciland Ceci Ceciland
and hIs conservative conservnUC Hooligans Ipolknns have havedegraded Ia Iadegraded havedegraded
degraded nnd Injured the house of com commons commOIY conimoons ¬
moons mOIY and have hle been ecn guilty sultyot of conduct conductwhich condlct condlctwhich conduCtwhich
which it compares tom ars with a kick or a ablow 1 ablow
blow blol below tho belt bpI They The took ad advantage Id IdlnlaGo adantago ¬
vantage lnlaGo of th the fact that It Is assumed assumedthat nssum assumedthht d dtht
that members of the house houseot of commons commonsnro commonn commonsare
are n tht gentlement gentement says the th Spectator Spectatorand Bpecthtotnnd
and declares even the obstruction olJslructon tee tactics tuetcs teetics ¬
tics of the Irish parliamentary purlamentnr party partyare
are tcs honorable hon rnle compared compnredwlh comparedtwith < > wlth Lord Ce Cecils Ceci Ceciis ¬
cils ci ruse ruseIrish rUBeIrish ruseIrish
Irish League Icorlo Mantis 10ln8 Itovotntton ItovotnttonLondon Icvolntol IcvolntolLndon flovoluilonLondon
London Lndon Feb 8 8AdI 8A A dispatch pach to thi thiPall thl thlPul ho hoPall
Pall Pul Mall Mul Gazette Glzete from pupMln Pulll declares deilarenthat declaresthuat < < nlareHIlat
that Ilat the firmly trm droll rooted roo Itd ballet boleC In Influ Influential Innuentlal inhluentlal ¬
entlal circles Is that nothing not hIlI short of n nrevolution n1oollton nuvohimtlon
1oollton revolution Is meant by b the United Unlcl11rlsh Unlcl11rlshIcuguo Irish Irishleague Irishleague
league and that thlt the advocate urvocalel of con constitutional consttutonal constltutional ¬
stitutional sttutonal methods letho11 tire nlowly Ilbwl but butsurely butsUIely butnilieIy
surely giving wa way to the strong phy physical phl phi phishah ¬
sal force section sectionAccording sectionAceorhluig ecton ectonAceorlUn
According to the eorrenpondtnt corrcllonnt Lord LordSallsbuiya IordSnlsbulfs Lordahibuz5
Sallsbuiya Snlsbulfs speech Vleeh of Wednesday Wlnc81a last lastbefore InstbCre lastbefore
before bCre the Junior constitutional constlutonul club clublends clul climblends
lends lendl people to hope that the lit govern government goernIllt guvermumacfit ¬
ment Illt has ul a last learned the lesson ICSSII that thathome thatIlle thathome
home Ille rule cannot canlot be killed kl1c with kind kindness kIndlienS lnd lndleol ¬
ness leol and hut the Ihl military miiary has his become becomeaware bccoUo bccoUoawaro bcomoaware
aware of the tfrrlble tJrrlblt liavoo 8OO being beingworked beingwouked elngwOlk
worked wOlk d by the league throughout Ire Ireland Ireland Irehumid ¬
land landThe landfhe humidthe
The correspondent correlpondelt adds lld Irishmen Irishmenwho Jrlllunen Jrlllunenwit
who wit have hl liavejust Just returned retuflClfrqm from the United UnitedStaVs UnitedStates UnitedStates
States user that nq tQ tI support will w1 bo bogiven hoglen begiven
given to the disloyal Ilsloal cause cuu uule e unless unlels the thediscussions th thdiscusions thiediscUssIons
discussions discusions and scenes 1leB In I parliament parliamentgive Ilu1lment Ilu1lmentghe
give place Jlneeto to something soreOllng more active oCIe in inIreland InJrelom InIreland
Ireland Itself IReIC The American end of ofthe otthoenlpaign ofthe
the thoenlpaign campaign is being lelng run rul by ly nen who whomo who111O
mo all If the came all stamp us Flnerty Flnertywho Flulrl Flulrlwh Fitiertywho
who wh ni recommendi romlcM dynamite Iynamle amf 81r rifles riflesYoung rl riflesYoung es esToung
Young Ireland Ircnll Is II being beingtaumght taught tlught to be believe be1lee behere ¬
here In II the coming emtn stormand etorm and to open openly openly openly ¬
ly speak thereof with enthusiasm enthullam The Thepolicy ThepollY Thepolicy
policy of kindness kindnes has convinced the thepeasantry tl0 tl0lasnntry thecasaiutry
peasantry that the reign of the tht British Britishii Jrilsh Jrilshb
lasnntry ii utmost Rllost nt lt an end and rU1 in II truth tho thoBritish thoIrllsh theBritish
British Irllsh statute Ilnlute book I Is I already sun suspended 111 sunicndetl ¬
pended pcndOl and the thl court of the league is issupreme I IsUllrcre insupreme
supreme supremeIllnUlo sUllrcre supremehhiuilcio
sUllrcre1nklo IllnUlo 1nklo llrmverj Jronerr Co C Assign AssignAlbany 4tssigumsAlbany hslunl hslunlAlbnn
Albany N Y Feb 8Tho Tho lllnkle lllnkleBrewing flinklelhrewiuig lnkle lnkleIJrewllg
Brewing IJrewllg company c0I110n which owns OlnB one of oftho oftho ofthe
tho largest breweries in Albany jltn made madeon
on assignment today to Edward Flworll Mur Murphy Muriduy ur urllhy ¬
phy aslgnment Jr of Troy roy The Thl liabilities labIltes and andassets nndnnctl andassets
assets nnctl were not 10 made public publicOld publc publcOld publicold
Old Agreement Atrcccnt notified notifiedIndianapolis InUnt1 InUnt1IndlanapoUI lThtIfleulIndianapohll
Indianapolis IndlanapoUI Ind Feb gTho Joint Jointconference JoIntconCellnco jointconference
conference of the thl miners mIner and operators operatorsratified Operatorsratiiled perator peratorrltfcd
ratified the old agreement agrcelenttolty today with without wIthout ithout
out rltfcd a dlrsentlng dlrentnB voice The report ror of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Joint committee cmlltee on the scale 1Cl was wasbrief wasbrief OS OSbre
brief stating merely merelYthat that the te commit commitce cMnml
ce bre scale decided delded etatng unanlmoiuly ulanlmolly on the th old oldleal oldscale
ConCSSlon Con esrn to toA toA
A McCune W0McGuneSoI W McCuneSalt
Salt Sai Laker and anc James Hoggin loggll Obtain One OnB Years Y r s Time In InWhich InWlcl InWhich
Which Wlcl to Perfect lercctP Hans ns for Railroad RailroadQuitting nblr t ad adUuldl
Quitting Uuldl Privilege PrivilegeLima je
Lima I Peru rebJ Ieb bSThO 8 Tho Peruvian Peruvianpnvernment Perlvlnn Perlvlnnroerlmont Peruviangovernuient
pnvernment roerlmont hasgranled Jaf hits 1ianted tlnte to Alfred WMcCiino W WIieCuiie 1 1McuIO
McCiino McuIO rnd nld James Jlln Hagitln UIWII both Amcr Amcrluuu MnIkUI8 4tLtiEltaius
luuu kUI8 pennlsslou IJerlilMlon to study for one onetilelammn ycar ycartlu rcartltlllnn <
tlu tltlllnn tilelammn jilaiiB of u conccsHlon ucolce lon for a rnlr inllroad inllroadfrom rnulroat1frommi alr alrnonl
from Ohancay ChIICY department of Lima or orHimilio orIluacho irUllctl
Himilio Ullctl on 01 th time bay of that thlt name to toCciTo toCelIU toCeuru
CciTo do Pasco lae o In the department ot ofJanln otJanln otianln
Janln JanlnThe Janln ianlnrue
I Irho
The first fr t named gentleman In the thenbovo tiu tiuabove
ntemnl I In1ovo
above n1ovo dispatch h Is A W McCune McCuneot McCuneotthll of ofthin otthis
thin thll city clt und unl the second se onl Is Mr Hagglr Hagglrono II lrld lrldCno
ono Cno of tho beat leJt known mining Ilnln men In Intho Intho Inthie
tho Wcdt Wcgt eI Tim stutemiiit stutercllt that they theyhavo theyhlu theyhave
have hlu been given permission Ilerll lon to study studyfor ettidyfor tudYtor
for one OIC year onr the plans lan8 of a I concession concessionIor
Ior 11 the building huUdlnt of a railroad < Is Inter Interprot Intor11rolt11 Intervrol
prot 11rolt11 ° d to mean that thlt they have ove been beenBralitod bicn bicnyraltedlhnt beengratited
Bralitod yraltedlhnt that time tne In which to develop developor
or perfect their plans In audi manner mannernr Innnef InnnefIr
nr Ir will 1 be perfectly precty clear clcarto to the Peru Peruvian Ieruvlan Peruvlan ¬
vlan government all to what U II l wanted wantedby
by thorn thornAs thul thornAs
As Is well wel Itnown Ielown Mr McCuno McCun U I In Inciestcd Inteesled Incrested
teesled crested In a copper property of such suchdimensions suchdlnenslons sitchdimensions
dimensions dlnenslons In Peru that he and his ds dsBoclntca itsaoclntes
Boclntca have found it I necessary leCelS81 to tobuild tobuid tobuild I
build buid a railroad rairoad with which to luuil luuilPiul huull huullIld luntuland
and Ild a bis bil bl smelter meltlr with wih wtlh which lilcli to refine rellnethe relne relnethe refinetmo
the rich ores that are hltlell hidden In the
y I >
Merchants and Manufacturers Manufacurers Board Bo d of Trade of New York YorkCommittee YorkCommiee YorkCommittee
Committee Commiee Callon Cal Call on President R Roosevelt Rdosevelthile velWhle While Favoring the theLaw theLw theLavi
I Law Lw They Protest Protet Against Aainstte the I II Manner M 1 hn r of Its Is Enforcement Enforcment
Washington Feb 8A 8 A committee committeerepresenting commltel commltelrepre committeerepresenting
representing repre entn time t e Merchants and Manu Manufacturers MUIII MUIIItucturers Manplecturers ¬
lecturers board of trade ot New Ne York Yorkcomposed Yorkeonipo orkl orklc0lp08d
composed c0lp08d eonipo ed of JC 0 Blmync president presidentLlston pleaIeltl pleaIeltlIIRton pcesldentiLtston
Llston a Kotchum arid lld Alexander H HSmith nSmih flSmith
Smith Smih called eaI1 on President Prf hle Roosevelt Roosevelttoday luoseelt luoseelttqdn Itoosevelttqday
today tqdn and aldJ1re andjre4entaiI presented elod rvsolutlons llolutqn passed paisedthctth pRsed pRsedbYtl1t passedb
bYtl1t b thit i5bd ouy o othe on thctth th LIlrvrCIJrdlng LIlrvrCIJrdlngIbe insurctrnrdlngj IrsVregardlnthe
the personal p persOtijttbnggige l nlbfnl baBBtige law Mtenl After Afterciting Atercftthg i icUI
citing that tllt their oiganlzatlon olgallzlon was I in instrumental Ihstrumentll Imistrtimental ¬
cUI strumental strumentll In II Berurlns seruIlnl tho personal personalbnggaae 1ersouiAfboggoge 0101111 0101111bnKRIII
bnggaae bnKRIII law and that lht Its IIOjct object was us tu tuprotect ti euprotCet
protect tnerrhants dealing dlalng In Imported ImportedcoiumoclUlfd hnportMCOl Ijaportelcomumodhtlelt
coiumoclUlfd mI the lit resolutions re 0Iutln8 state that thatWhereun Ilt IltWherNI thatWhereus
COl Whereun lel In addition additon Its tle tI11miJury tI11miJurydone lnjury lnjurydone
UalnJury UalnJuryono
done ono nuHi 8ulh law Inl abiding tldlng merchajtta 1nlrchapts the thepractices the thetirurtiecs
practices 111ltellln In Vogue before bltor th thenact thenactlent < J enact enactinenl enactemcmii
inenl lent of this tlli la law aw resulted rKuled In II the tlo loss of ofa
a considerable consldlrnblo amount of revenue legit legitimately lell legltImnatehy ¬
imately due the government and
1 if
IA p
AIl mln tiIns It I In II sin fllt9d sIatd W d that thin mains Is In Inreipectj InIOt ineon1p
IOt eon1p respects ono no of the most won wonin wontCifumI
10111111 tCifumI in all al the tIi win wllt tuimId Id and uld that Ihlt untold untoldim ultol untoldnihliltns
1111 nihliltns im me 01 In night It 1 has teen Vecnd teenwovhtih eon eoniWI1d
iWI1d wovhtih d for centuiles CIltUIIIR by the natives nativeswliom Ilthtl iumtttesihom
wliom It is 11 claimed clnlu have huv worn grooves groovotfInto IrOOVl1 groovesltitu
Into 110 tiiu 1 he Build 10id rock In carrying clulhtgQut out the thejprvclouH thejlCIIUI theiueciuH
jprvclouH iueciuH metals Illols CO or 70 pounds POUI S at a ajtlme atme alois
jtlme lois upon 111 their backs bnckl backsMc
1 Mr McCuno hCulo had the wealth wealh produc producing producIllg lroducImmg ¬
ing pomibllltlCS 10Islbllt < 1 of the gieat gleat property propertyald lJroJerty lJroJertyIal ProliertYlaid
laid Ial before him two or 01 three years ago agoiand Igo ageal
iand 0 al promptly romptyconlldell concluded that It was waswqrth Wil Wiiwqrthi
iwqrtl wqrth Instigating Investgatng lnvestlg tiuig Accordingly ha hai hoIet hisoct
i oct et sail Inl for Peru leru rime result was WI tho thoformation thoto timetorinatlon
formation to tnlon on his hil return rlturn ot a I syndl syndlicaU syndlicnJ syndijCliU
icaU Mlih vIh BUlllclent lufclent capital coplal to metal Instalmwlcrn Inatallderl metalniolern
mwlcrn lderl machinery build bl14ralroads railroads and andshelters Bndsllllorl andsiuifltorn
shelters sllllorl end obtain ohloll such I cb concessions concessionsas conce slonl
as a mo 410 re necessary necetsnry for the complete and andurcensful andi8ute andnureeasful
i8ute urcensful fll development devlopment of the property propertyMrt ropertyMn
Mrt McCuno M Cno has iutt made lalo two or three threeVjults thre threIels hiresveIt
Iels Vjults veIt there and nnl has hi been there for sev several seVerll severiti
eral erll months It I will wi be remembered rememberedthat
Jlth that th tt t he took 001 several enterprising onterprllng young yount
Utah men IIWI with wih him hll on the he occasion occasionof
of Ills last lnlt visit They uro Iro making makingithelr Illkhl IllkhljtI
jtI theIr lr homes hOle there at present plscnt and In Incmently incldontly
cmently 0 d nty considerable money mOley besides btJldes A Airfrllon Ajlltiton AInfrtlon
jlltiton irfrllon of It Mr Ir McCunefl family ramly left leftthis Ilt leftthis
this week to join joll Mm Im H I wan lf stated statedat stltel
at his II ofllep omle today that ho would be behomo behomq behomnq
homo himself Illnlsel In 1 about a month
I Whereas lereu It I has hnl come cOle to the knowl knowledge knowledgl jcnowletige ¬
edge edgl of the members m mber of thin thl ussocln ussoclnton lloeln lloelntonthnt associnticin
ton tonthnt that unreasonable and Ild obnoxious obnoxiousmethod obnxious obnxiouslothOa obnoxiousmnetlmh
method lothOa have been employed by In Inspectnra II inspectora
spectnra speetJr at tho docks In executing executng this thislaw thisI thIsljy
law I resulting re ultnl as lS It I has n In some lu luglances II imistamies
glances t ICCI tQ Jherfult tho great discomfort dllCmtort ot tour tourtuts tourllt tourlets
lets llt iaf 1 mmtv 9WI therefore t ereto e1I e1I1l b It It4M itt itdulmmtictmlremms
1l t I TIJt llnt nUl
I dulmmtictmlremms 4M t l inn n ct vnuvin tlI board tblnr of < C iriIJS tfd l while whileJHuliy hM hMJul hli hlifuhh
JHuliy Jul fuhh approving npprolnl tho spirit and purpose purposeof Plrllole Plrlloleot
of if this hum la law I do mb most lnltlphIUClly emphatically pro protest protflt itrutsL
test tflt against nllnat the conduct of the tIm Inspec Inspectors Insp Immepeetorn c ctors ¬
tors complained cOflulncd ot ut the but docks In tO tOtal PO POfar rotam
far M Is1hey is they are ar obnoxious obn010ul and unneces unnecessarily unnecessarl urmiecessarily ¬
sarily sarl harsh and unl we urgo urlO upon Ipon tho tim oil olflclnls omclnll oilvials
vials clnll charged clors with Hh the administration administrationot admlnlslrton admlnlslrtonot
ot this law the tle abatement of those ob obnoxlouu abn ohiioxiouim
noxlouu n xloul practices tlrlctcl and Ind declare dOIar ourselves ourselvesto
to most heartily hlrtl cooperate cooJtrate with any anyand anyand anyand
and every eer body bol Joining In II this protest
President Preident Receives Telegram Saying Sing His I Sons Condition Condion is isUnchanged IsI IsUnchanged l lUnchanged
Unchanged Presidential Preidental Trip to Charleston Chaleston < Abandoned AbandonedMrs
Mrs Roosevelt Roosevel Arrived at Groton This Afternoon Aferon
Washington Fob 8PreMdent 8PreMdentIloosevclt SPreldent SPreldentnoos SPresidentRoOsevelt
RoOsevelt noos vclt received recel l a I telegram this thismorning thismorll til tilmnormiluig
morning morll from the thl physician phY31 lan at the thedroton theOro theOrciton
droton Oro ton school Informing him Itm that the thocondition thecnditon timecondition
condition cnditon of his son Theodore Jr was wasunchanged wasunc111lgedslnce wasunchanged
unchanged unc111lgedslnce since last night nightThe nightTho nightTime
The following tolowlng statement stutemcft was aslaued aslauedat Issued Issuedat
at the White hlto House Ioue at lt noon today todayThe todn todapThe
The condition condIton of the tle Presidents ton tonIs RonIs sonis
Is favorable Tim ho doctors say lay the thePresident theIresilent theIresident
President Iresilent should sholld not nt go g to Charleston Charlestonas Charlellon Charlellonas
as at any on time within wihin six alxl1Q1 days the din disease dlscalI dinease ¬
ease calI may ma take a sudden turn for the theworse theorse theworse
worse orse The rresident also l Is asked oskel not notto notto notto
to go I O to Groton as his visit might ex excite cxcite x xcite ¬
cite the boy bo who Is not In II Immediate Immediatedanger hnntpdlate hnntpdlatedllgel immediatedanger
danger dangerOwing dllgel dllgelOwilr dangerOivhmg
Owing Owilr to the request Jeqlt t of the thr th doctors doctorsthe doctorl doctorstime
the President re ldcnt has haf abandoned ulnndoned his trip tripto trlJ trlJto rh rhto
to Charleston CharlestonShould Chrllton CharlestonShould
Should a turn for the worse worle occur occurthe ocur ocurthe occurCite
the President lrcld nll Is prepared to o leave at atmoments atmoments ft ftmoments
moments notice notcl on a special speiaitrahn speiaitrahnBoston train trainUoston trainIoslon
Boston Ioslon Feb Iel 8 BMIS Mrs Roosevelt Hoseoll wife wifeof wIfeat viteof
of the President reached thR this city at
7 oclock this morning breakfasted Ireucfallellat Ireucfallellatni at atan atami
an ni uptown hotel and at 8 oclock was wason 101 wanout
on 01 board bOIl tho train at the Northern Northernunion Nolhlr NorthiernUnion
union station siltlon which hlchi was wal to take her herto herto hern
to n Ayer tho nearest railway rafway station stationto stltOI
to Groton firotonClroton OrotonOrton GrotonCiroton
Clroton Orton Man ars Feb 8 SMrs Mrs noose
velt and maids mllds reached rached here just after ntterocloc
2 oclock today todayThe todnyThe todayThe
The Ilev HevSherrord Shorrnrd Billings assistant assistantto Isll tnnt tnntto
to President lrc ldent Peabody lcubodY of the Oroton Orotonschool Orton Ortonschoo Ciltotonschool
school was aB waiting WRItng with a carriage at atAy atAcr atAYer
Ay AYer r when the t1 train trn n arrived Quite a acrowfl 1 acrowtt
crowfl crowC had hld gathered gnthelel at the station slaton to tosee toBee tosee
see Mraj 1rl Mrs Itoosevtlt IooBetI but there was no nodemonstration nodemonstra nodemonstration
demonstration ton of any an sort as the lady ladypassed ladypnsI ladypassed
passed pnsI to the carriage The drive drlo of ofthree otthree ofthree
three miles mlel to the school schol took about an anhour In Inhour anhour
hour nil tho reads rOlds wer hilly hiy and rough roughfrom roughtromtreeclng roughtrain
from tromtreeclng tromtreeclngAt freezing freezingAt
At the school sclol Mrs Ir Koosevelt Uosevelt was wa re received received recelved ¬
ceived by b President 1reldelt Peabody Pealod nnd a 1 few fewmoments Cel fewmoments
moments later latlr was at her boys bed bedside be bedside ¬
side IldeSulsequenth Subsequently an atempt ntem t was mndo mndoto
to obtain obloll a etament regarding regardhtl the theIllness theInesR theillness
Illness InesR of young stntent Theodore but Presi President Presldent Iresldent ¬
dent Peabody Pea bod declined declned to depart deplrt from fromthe trol Iroomtime
the course e approved aJPred by tho President PresidentAccording PleRldelltAccordlhg PiesldemmtAccording
According to this plan all olleceilry necessary In Information Intorraton information ¬
formation torraton concerning concernlnl the lads condi condition condlton conthiJon ¬
Jon ton will wi be transmitted trnsliiel to President PresidentIloosevlt lreldent IresidentItoosevait I
Iloosevlt who WlJI WII determine what whatnews whatnws vhatfl0W8
news nws shall ahal b bt be given Iln the public publicGroton Imblc ImblcOrtol publicGrotop
Groton Ortol Mass Feb Fel 8 SI 8It U was wa learned learnedlate lenrnel learnedlate
late this afternoon nternOO that Theodoru TheodoruRoosevelt fheodorerooBeel VhepdortRoosevelt
Roosevelt rooBeel Jr was Wif a 1 little lte Letter beter to today today 0 0dny ¬
day than tlln yesterday Eaterdn His Is temperature temperaturethis timperaturethl
this thl morning Iwrnlng WIS wus ua 105 lO hut during durlnl the af afternoon uttlrnoon attermiobn ¬
ternoon tlrnoon it dropped d to 103 The presence presenceof
of Mrs Roosevelt nOORe rpped 1 Is said to have tU1e had hada
a beneficial bentclRl effect creot on the lad and ant he ht has hasbrightened his hisbrightened hasbrightened
brightened considerably consldora ly since her com coming comInr corning ¬
Kansas lan s City Clt Mo Feb F b 8 Snhoa SnhoaTaylor SBhotha SBhothaTaylor Rhoda RhodaTaylor
Taylor made n 1 written wrIten confession conttsRlon to the thepolice thepolc timepolice
police polc of Argentine Argentne Kan across acros the therlycr therler theriier
rlycr from troU here today that Noah Long Longthe lnKthe Longthe
the aged stone mason who disappeared disappearedmysteriously dlla disappearedmysteriously pelred pelredm
mysteriously m terlou81 from trOn his hi home there a aweek aweok aweek
week ngo had hal been ben robbed and an his body bodythrown b bOdythirown l i ithrown
thrown Into the Kaw In river rlv r Long Lng was wasan wanan I Ian
1 1Ion
an old ol soldier and had drawn 1210 210 0 pen pentlon penloui en
Ion money from the bunk on Thursday Thundoylast hutdlY hutdlYlast
last Ho 10 visited Isled a a aloon In Argen Argentine Arrn Arrntne Argenlime ¬
tine that night which was WI the last thorn tlmoh thornlie
tne tme tmehe
h he had had been en seen setn Today Toty the police policeore polee poleeora
ore searching learchlng for the lio body In the river riverwhich rIverwhih riverwhich
which whih except at the place plae It 18 alleged allegedhe alegel alegelbe
he was Wil thrown In Is II covered covrtd with wih thick thickIce thIckICI thickice
IceAccording According to the womans confession confessionwhich entes81on entes81onwhl confessionwliltdi
which whl hwa8 wan signed In the presence lelence of ofa ota ofa
a reporter rporter Henry Ulnry Donohue 1onobue and James JamesGoff Jame JamesGoff
Goff Gaf were with wih her and Long Ln at Dono Donohues DonahUls Donohues
hues hUls housa on the Thursday night nightLong nightLnl miigmtLong
Long Lnl disappeared dlnppenred Donahue who was wasInfatuated WSIntatulte wasInfatuated
Infatuated Intatulte with wih the woman had the theasserts sheasserts he he8erts
asserts 8erts taunted her with not being able ableto ableto
to secure tb 0 the moaey mae from tm Long Lnr who It t
appears al ears had hd also Ilo paid pall her some mitten attention aten atenton mittention ¬
tion ton During the evening she sht declared declaredthe delarel
the men nenrobbed robbed the old man and then thencompelled thlncOnpelid thencompelled
compelled cOnpelid her to start Itart with him across acrossa ncrOl1 ncrOl1atridge
a atridge bridge over the tle Kaw While Whie In the themiddle thomIddle themiddle
middle of the bridge lJrlle the thl men Iln she as assertscaught l assertscaugimt ¬
sertscaught serts clught up with wih them held Long Longnnd Lnl Longand
nnd ordered ordertd her to hurry on and not notturn lot lottur notturn
turn tur back A moment 10lNlt later latlr she shl heard heardn
n 1 splash sho says IIY and knew that thn they
had thrown throWnIng Long Into Int the water waterDonohue wntcrDonohue waterDonohue
Donohue Dave Moran 110rn a nephew ot otthe atthe ofthe
the missing missinG man mind tho Taylor wo woman woman wonian ¬
man were era arrested arrsted on 01 Tuesday Tltsda last and andGoff Ind IndOoIwlltaken andGoff
Goff OoIwlltaken won taken today after oter she had hadmade hndInade hadmade
made the confession cOlfllslon All Al llva lve In the thebottoms thebotolns thebottoms
bottoms botolns along nloll the river rler Last night nightMoran nIghtJomn nightMoran
Moran Jomn attempted nUempte to commit cmmi suicide lulcl < o by bytrying bytrllg bytrying
trying trllg to cut an m artery Irter In his wrist The Thenature TheMturo Thehature
nature ot otthe the charge charle against Moran Is Isnot 18not innot
not known knownOn
On the day before Long In disappeared disappearedArgentine dllappelrd dllappelrdArgentne disappearedArgentine
Argentine Argentne was furnished turlshed another mys mystery m mterr mystcry ¬
tery In the finding In his hut of the dead deadbody dendbd deadbody
body bd of Thomas Carroll Carrol 65 lS years elt of age agewho agewho agewho
who had lived 1ed alone for years ell He le wan wanknown wal wasknown
known to have considerable conslderblo money and andwounds andwoundl andwounds
wounds woundl tm his fll head made rdc it I appear appearthat appearthat pertht
that tht ho had h d been bE1 murdered by b robbers robbersNo robber
No clue to Ms hs assailants au antl has hL8 been beenfound beentound beenfound
found foundFollowing toundFcUolnr foundFollowing
Following tola Ut thi Gcorie Gcrle Zimmerman Zlmem l 1
aged lie 03 t a I farmer fariler tis lN s found tQI d dejid 1111 In
his hi In home hOle where whor ho hI had IIf lived 1 Il temi d alone Rlon iilx iilxmile clxmmmiles Ix IxIIe3
mile IIe3 west of Ar AIIiItnp Arupntlump uillne I The body boi boiYLms
was UR frown reich Miff Tim hl I 6r0nlr 616n l I however hOIOI r
decided ducldrl that Xlmmcrnmns Zhtnermanl death wuo WUI
due to heart clUcaijc clUcaijcBohloy dl dietm dietmScimley cL cLBohlo
Bohloy Bohlo Itauk 1nok In II WnshliiKlon WnshliiKlonWashington WnRhllltol umehuimgi > mu muWashmiumton
Washington Wnahlnlton Fob Jeb SlUnr1 Snar Admiral Admiralnnd Admmilratand lilrll lilrlland
and Mrs 111 fiehley arrlvoif nrrler In Washington Washingtonthis
this morning 10rling from their western Htern and andsouthern Lnd Lndsouthern andsouthern
southern trip trlllUII rum and went weil at once to their theirapartments theirIllrtlCltK theirIlpnrtmnemmmm
apartments IllrtlCltK In tho Itlohmond lohlond Tho he se seyero seero noero
yero ero cold with wih which thftadmlrnl thfQdmlrl has
been Iuel Buffering s UY rlt wa Wal gr greuty greatly ntly improved improvedNot hnploxel1Nut
Nut Uultr lulltr Hnt Ihl Ihmttmet Must ll t Inj Costs CostsClcarlleld COqlClenrJeld CostCieumrileld
Clcarlleld ClenrJeld Pa F Ilb Feb b 8Not guilty guiltybut guiltybut ull ullbut
but pay la the coals Ioatl is tho ilmllng 111nl of ofthe otthe oftime
the Jury Jr on time tl libel 111 carte oc brought by byFrank byFrnk by11rinik
Frank Frnk G C Hauls Itnl tate treasurerelect treasurerelectP trlu trrilNUrerelectagalimet urllellct urllellctagainst
against P I Jhay Uin isny Meok M I editor 111I of thu him
IJpllefonte Ieletonto Democratic I Ti moemtc nmocraie Watchman
The charge ohnrlo mad by Mr Harris Harrisagainst Illl Illln liairinagainst
against n nlnlt Mr MI Meek was criminal libel
The he suit WitS LS based luHed on a 1 publloutlon 11uhluutol lbel In II
Mr h McekH paper reflecting tllecUn on Mr
horns lnrl18 during lurlll the thl lie recent rlcent stale Itule Oi cam campftlan CPII campalgmi
pftlan plln Tho costs cosll amount amolnt to n1ut about aboutJlOOO abautH000
JlOOO 00 The 1he case nttfuuted athllt8 widespread
Interest IttulQst In II political 1llcal clrulen clla throughout thouhlut
the state and almost t
nhlQ evnry eVer prominent prominentpolitician hlRmmuitmiOImtloiiticittn
11lrJImllont 11lrJImllontpOltcian
politician pOltcian and 111 olllcfcliolder ale hllldlr lu the Htutn Htutnwas umlittewon tntl
was subpoenaed ns ni witnesses witnessesHanllns wlnssoN wlnssoN1n111 witnesseshimiwliums
Hanllns 1n111 Questions QleUIIII Tan TanWashington If liuftWashington
Washington Fcb S ContlnuliiB SColtnulii his hisnarrative hl hlnnrratvu hisnarrative
narrative nnrratvu before IJtoro the Senate Belito committed committedon contnltt
on Oh tho Philippines lhllpplnel CJov Taft today tolny ro roverted roorled rimorted
verted to his 1mm testimony te tentl trl moliy IY of yesterday yesterdayfor Njterdnytor
for tIme purpose of Introducing a cable cablegram cubIcIram rublegram ¬
gram Iram he hi had received relehor from flol mom ActingGov ActingGovernor ActnKOov ActnKOovtror ¬
ernor tror Wright urging u 1 reduction rllucton In tho thotariff thotnrlI lie lietarIff
tariff tnrlI on Philippine 1hlllplnu articles IrtelO Imported ImportedInto
Into the United Unled Htatoa IHntoltlor from the Phil lhl ¬
ippines ippinesBenator Ipplies Ippliesentor ipphmmeSenator th
Senator entor Itawllns lRwlns questioned rlUcllolell lot 01
Taft Tar concerning tho holdings holclntl of the thefriars thetrials thefriars
friars trials rime governor govlrnor said sall hu h thought thoughttho thoUlh thoUlhthe thoughttime
the general opinion olliniol as IS to the wealth wealthand weilh weilhnnll wealthanti
and holdings of the th frlurft had been beengreatly b beengreatly en enKreaty
greatly Kreaty exaggerated exalglrlt r Uo 10 Ii did dil not be believe beleve behove ¬
hove leve for Instance Instlncl Hint IUt they had three threefourths thrltlurths tlirtefourths
fourths tlurths ot the inoporty owned In tho thocities thocites 11wcities
cities cites That hnt however 10WIer the rellglout rellgloutorders reglouOlrels reiigiouorders
orders Olrels have hle ready rlndy rush was Of true trle ns nswas 11 aswits
was evidenced by b the til fact that they theymake the themlkc theyinmuke
make mlkc loans He Il Instanced a case CISO In Inwhich InwhIch Inhmlch
which hmlch the friars had advanced Ilhancell money moneyto mUMtn
to promote n I corner corn r In hemp hOI which wtlch had hadafterward hal1aterwntll liedafterward
afterward aterwntll failed because lecaUle of Irregulari Irregularities Irregullrl Irregullrltcs ¬
ties tcs on the part of the manager managerGov mnngorOov munamigerCoy
Coy Taft utt said HIIc the tll Philippine Phllllino govern government governmeat over ¬
ment Is II desirous desloll of purchasing IlurehlsJlg the theManila thoJnlia timeManila
Manila Jnlia property held hell by the friars frl s and andthat anl andthmt
that It I would wOll1 also bo desirable to se secure securo socure ¬
cure their holdings ot agricultural agriculturallands Irlcultufnl Irlcultufnllaudf
lands landsIn laudf
In connection connecton with wih the loaning of ofmoney ofmone ofmoney
money by the filers trlnt Senator Lodge Lodgeasked 10IKOuslcl Lodgeunited
asked uslcl nbout nbolt the necessity neccsll for a I bank banking bnnkIng bamiklog ¬
ing law la and the witness wlns replied tu led that thatsuch thatsuch thatsuch
such a law Is badly needed Iceded
An AnOhl Old Woman Wornn Money 1010 Stolon StolonOdell flnlcl flnlclOdel tnlonOdell I
Odell Odel Neb Feb SThe sum of W WTOO 2
TOO 70 has been stolen from Mrs Scramble Scramblen
n Bohemian lohemlRI widow who lives lves north of ofthis otthis ofthin
this town Several Sever days ays ngo she Ille re received 10clcd mecelved ¬
ceived clcd the money In payment for a afarm 1 afarm
farm tnrl that she Ile had sold Being lelng dis distrustful dlAtrustul di ditrustful ¬
trustful trustul of bunks lJnk she put the th money Ioley In Ina 1 1mma
a I tin tn can which oho ho placed 11tlced beneath the thelloor theloor thehoer
hoer loor of her hlr chicken house When Mr MuBcrnmbJu Mrst3crnmbio MrScramble
Scramble went to gel ft It I It I was Wa gou gouSearch gteSeamch II IIBeRlch
Search Is being made lade for the thl treasure treasurebut treasurebut treasurebut
but no clue cl e has ha been found foundLondon fOund1ntoratlonatnuContironoo I
hI 1ntoratlonatnuContironoo 1ntoratlonatnuContironooLomidomm toriAUo ACK rCIftI00j rCIftI00jI
London I Feb Jeh S SThcl1eletes 8The Tho delegates to tho thoInternational thoInternatonal timeinternational
International Internatonal sugar slrar conference contrele are pow powmore iovmore IOI IOInlore
more hopeful of a successful succe81Cul outcome outcomeof outcomootthelr
of otthelr their labors than thln nt any on previous previousstago ptloul ptloulstu previousstage
stage stu of tIme tlo proceedings prceedings It I appears appearsthat alIIUrSthat appearsthat
that Great Britains Drlalns threat thr a of Imposing Imposingcountervailing ImposinG imposIngcoummtervahling
countervailing counterullg duties dute backed up by bysimilar byslnlor bysimilar
similar representations repreentalonl from trol France Francehas Frllce Frllcehal Fraimeelies
has hal slnlor worked so well wel that various dele delegates delecates ddegates ¬
gates havo found COlnd It necessary n lsnry to re reconsider reconsider recommeider ¬
consider their position IHI9110n The present presentdelay pnfent pnfentdela presentdelay
delay dela Is chiefly chlelY due dUI to Austria whose whosedelegates whosolelegl whosedelegates
delegates es were wer compelled comneled to return retur to toVienna toVlenua toVienna
Vienna for further Instructions Instruelons That Thatall Thatall
all the bounties bountes nnd kartells kurtell will wi be beabolished benbolshCl beabohishmed
abolished nbolshCl 01 Is scarcely expected eXIJe ted but the theBritish theDrltsh timeBritish
British authorities believe tle1 that the con condition conditon contiitlori ¬
dition Drltsh of aulhorltes the Industry Ildustr may ay bo le greatly greatlyImproved grealy grealyInlroed greatlyimnitroved
Improved If the committees commltees ar arrangement Ir Irrongment arrangemnent ¬
rangement Inlroed which Is l now under consid consideration conAldernton consldoration ¬
rongment oration ernton by the government lovcmment la accepted acceptedNORDICA ncceptedNORDICA acceptedNORDICA
A brief dispatch received by b the theNews theNews theNews
News from Prof Evan Stephens In InSan InSan InSan
San Francisco Frnlcl co this thllmornlnl mornlng mnorninstates states that thattho thattho thattime
tho Nordlca concert conclt In this city hUt Imnbeen hnn1een hUtbeen
been 1een abandoned This Is foreshadowed foreshadowedIn
In the musical lslcnl department < e artment of tt the pa paper pitper n nper ¬
per the forms torls of which went to press pressbefore pressberore iressbefore
before Prof roC Stephens Btelhns dispatch was wa re received receIved recalved ¬
ceived Ho I merely says 81YI that she he Is too tooIII tooill
III to sing singMr singMr singMr
1 Mr Stephens adds addl that thlt the details detailsfor delnll
for the choir excursion are going on onentirely 01 cmientirely
entirely tle to his sntsflcton satisfaction He le baum husarranged Ills Illsnrrnged baumarranged
arranged entrel nrrnged for a steamer sttamer ride on the tht bay bayfor bn bntor bayfor
for the thl party and has secured the Met Metropolitan Metropolan Metropolitan ¬
ropolitan Temple for Sunday servicesboth services servicesboth trvlce
both ropolan day and night The hotel Del DelMonte DelMontI DeliIonte
Monte MontI nt Monterery Montcery will wil also be vlh vlhted vl vlHed viIted
ted and a concert rendered there thereRETURNS thertRETURNS thereRETURNS
Secretary C F Martin of a the Nation National Naton Natonal ¬
al Livestock Lvestock association nsoelaton arrived arhe < last lastevening la hardevenIng t teenlng
evening from Helena Helen Wont MOlt where her he hehas heha hishas
has ha been In attendance atendlnce on the annual annualmeeting IluRI IluRImeetng anmmualmeeting
meeting meetng of the Paclilc Northwest Wool WoolGrowers Wol WolOrowers WoolGrowers
Growers association IItoelntol Mr Ir Martin Mlrtn Is In Ingood Ingool1 ingood
good spirits spiris over the success of the ac action acton actlon ¬
tion ton ot the association auoclaton in passing reso resolutions resolutons resohutione ¬
lutions lutons In support lurJrt of the fight lght In con congress cln clngreB congress ¬
gress greB against alilnsl the attempts atemptK there to sup suppress IUllo IUllopress suppress ¬
press the oleomargarine okCmargntlne Industry Ilduslry and andstave nnl nnlstno nd ndstave
stave off 0I the th move to oampel Omlll manufac manufacturers manutacturer urmanufacturers ¬
turers and dealers dealelI In cloth goods oods to la label lab1 habut ¬
but the same laml ns n to whether there Is any anyshoddy onysholty anyshoddy
shoddy sholty In them or o not notMr notMr notMr
Mr MartIn Martn states that the dairymen dairymenmembers dalrlln dalrllnIwmlJerl dalrynmennmrnmbern
members IwmlJerl of tho convention rnventon were at first firststrongly Ir firststrongly t tItrongly
strongly Itrongly In II it favor of the proposed prolloacl legte legtelatlon leJ heglelation
latlon 11lon to to down dllwl the the olcomargerlne oleolargerino trade tradebut trde trdebut tradebut
but when It was shown them mar that 30 30pet 30Ier 30per
pet cent of oleomargarine oleoUlrgrlne IB t butter buter and andcream an1cream amidcream
cream and that the suppression lup lsqlon of this thisgreat thisgreat thIsgreat
great great Indurtry Inllry would woul greatly grmty Injure the thelivestock thf timelivestock
livestock lvestock and Western Westlrn dairy 11alr Industries Industriesthe Indultrlel
the iii opposition oppositon weakened weakene and Inll the reso resolution resoluton resolotion ¬
lotion luton sought for passed Iiale ATr lTr Martin MartinIn larUnIn
In referring recrrlng to shoddy Iholll Mated Itate that the theamount tht theamount
amount used usel In this country In the thecourse theconre thecourse
course conre of a yeac If all al wool 001 would rep represent reprsent represent ¬
resent the scoured Y18t product Irduct of 290COOOO 290COOOOheepabout 2000 290U0Osheepabout
heepabout one half the number numbtr In Inthis II inthis
this country countr and a wool wol valuntl aluatlt nIuatkIm < i of
135000000 35000 He 10 also all mated lttld the necessity nocessltyof ceHsltyat
of the western Wlltern Interests Interlts to be 0 affected affectedby atlcle affectedbY
by adverse legislation leglslnton taking tlkln some sOle vIa vigorous vIaorous 1 1oru ¬
orous oru action In setfdtfenso eltetlnse Ho le said saidthe saidthe n 1 1the
the national natonal dairy association nsoclaton had lev levled 11 1evied <
led a tax tuxf of o ISO 50 0 on ever ever every dairyman lalrYlnn In Inthe Inthe inthe
the country and two bits bll per month be besides besides besides ¬
sides to meet the expense epenM of pushing pushingthe Juhlng Juhlngthe
the Grout bill bi through thrUgh Congress Congrel So it itIs ItI itIs
I Is rather rnTer necessary neCC18nry tint tho Western Westernlivestock WcsternIhilock Westernlivestock
livestock Ihilock m 111 mcmi u ond the vox vol a1 > ni Ilin muon n j lot > ut up upsome UIIsome UIsonme
some of the wherewithal wb wlhll to help In the thefight Ihefht thefight
fight fht against the te determined attack atnck be being b betrig ¬
trig Ilg made against western weller Interests Interets by bythe bythe
the te eastern euter manufacturers manufltUlt
Rottenness I Gotte111less in initish inI inCritish i
Critish Biiish itish itishDelations cl1p cdri cdrid1evelaIiois i iTelaloJs
Delations TelaloJs Concerning GPulcias Purchasing zg Department 1 Cause C pse Qteat QteatPublic 3veacAqifaioiSpccIag tc tcPuhlc
Puhlc Public cSlgHathnSpeculating cullalkmSpccuamg Contiaclors COlraeors Wake lakc Hun Hundreds iliwdrtds Im Imt Imcreds
dreds creds of Thousands Tlotsclcs ofPounds 01 poulds Poizids by b Gcsdlllg selling Contracts ContractsWill ConractsWi CozIracIsWill t
Will Wi Probably Unit itle lie Wat Office Offcc
London OI Feb I eh 8 BThe Tho apparent In Incompe Incomumpetenoy n nCOlpeten
compe COlpeten comumpetenoy > tenay and lnd It Is l claimed possible possibledishonesty IJIJ imnlbludishonesty lllo lllodlshoneRt
dishonesty whoh purmeatim urmeotl tho put purolmsliig PUIohnslil puteiiuniuig
olmsliig ohnslil departments lolllrtlQnls of tho British Britisharmy Irllsh Irllshnrmy Jitltlsimarmy
army as jovcaled this week In II par parllamont parInmelt varhlamuomit
llamont Inmelt JIIR huH IHH caused a publlo publo agitation agitationthat aglnton aglnton11M
that 11M augurs biidly bndl for tho war oillce oillceJudging olce olceJldglnl olhiceJudging
Judging Jldglnl from Crol recent reent disclosures disclosuresncarcely Ilaoto dhuueioumuresscarcely lle lleKcarcely
scarcely any nn of the supplies supp1ef for tho thoarmy thoarl timecmtmmmy
army arl In II South SOlth Africa were scorned on onbusiness 01 onbusinoas I IIJusinO
business IJusinO principles prllcllcs Speculating tIJelulutllg con contractors COl coiltractors I
tractors are now known knowl to have inndo tltdo
hundreds of thousands of pounds pOlns by jc jcselling Ia IasellnR rosellIng
selling sellnR contruots contrltl The he opposition oPP08101 vain vainly nlnI
ly I endeavored mleaor < d to Ket details regarding regardingthe regullln regulllnthe
the new le contrnctH for the new supply tmpplyof lullplyot
of moat 1 < a t announced 1lllOUnced by time government governmentIn lovelllent lovelllentIn
In the house hOllO of commons COIIUIS with wih the view viewof VIewot Viewof
of ascertaining as ertnlllnl If a savIng Hlvlng over 01 the theformer theCorm timetormnem
former Corm methods lethollK will wi really bo effected etected
Jim Roveinment gOIelllent successfully sUcceutnl avoided nVCldQ11 nVCldQ11Ilslerlng avoidedztimssverIng
answering Ilslerlng but the Associated A 3oelntol THUS lrfl
understands Inll rllnlR that tho contract in titles
tlon ton wns first frlt re rcsollut resolmtat ohlat 10000 I0 pre prenilum Itreahium re remlul
nilum mlul und then thel at iMOOOO 140000 0OOO while Cecil
whte Ceci
Ilhodcs Ihoda nnd alll the Pdlecrs eerl group IIOUP hand handed Ilnll ¬
ed 01 over 200000 20000 and thus thuf hun Innlly tnniy se secured R socured ¬
cured the privilege of
111lllc supplying luppllng the thetioops thotlOO11 timetoolS
toolS tlOO11 in South Africa Arlca with wlt fresh freshmeat trcshIlat realmmacat
meat Ilat Those 1hole figures Ilurel are expected to
bo 0 published pUbllhed soon and nld when known will willuioubtiese I
doubtless 110ultPMs add 111d fuel to the lire III of public publicIndignation llublu llubluIndignton vtmbiioindignation
Indignation Indignton which threatens threllllls to center centernrotmd clllor cllloraround cemmtoraround
around the secretary of war Mr Hrod Hrodrick Urodrick Itrodtick
rick as al vigorously vlcorolel OH ni It I did lll aroUnd nro nll
Lord Lanidowno 1lnsluIle when whl1 time thl hater luter was wassponsor Wil wassPonsor
sponsor onsor for or th time early blunders blunderl of time thawar thowar timetar
war A dozen dozel or more mort committees cOlmltees of ofInvestigation ofIncRtgotlol ofinvesligatioum
Investigation IncRtgotlol are now IOW sitting sltln or are In Inprogress Il Ilprogres 1mmprogress
progress progres of formation to ri a tol but us lS the Sat Batunlay Saturda Sattmmday
unlay urda Review says These tire 11 only
too often oren synonyms lynonYIR of oblivion oblivionTho oblvIon oblvIonTho oblivionThe
Tho tact remains adds the Satur Saturday Saturday ¬
day Review that we have been swin swindled swll swiutdIed ¬
died on Oi a very cr largo scale
A muslo deal dell In iumtimls thlu g city cl Involving Involvingthe
the Investment of 25001 was al con consummated conslmmledoda constmmnnmatedtoday ¬
summated slmmledoda stmmnnmatedtoday today In tho thm changeof clengeotthowell tng ot ho howell hewel
well wel known music mu lo house houie Iouo ot otDQC otDQ DQ Cal Calder Calder l lder
der Sons 80ls to The D 0 Calder CalderSons Cnller CnllerSana CahderSoas
Sons company com any and Incorporation InorporaUon pa papara pl papornwfll
para pottwil pornwfll will b beflleul ledthlntrtln ledthlntrtlnTJe llcd this aftcnni aftir1ipmmL t i 4
The company omPIIls Is Incorporated Incororl d fo torM for > JW
000 TJe rlth wlb 2ECw 2GO paid paMul up stock and the theofficers thoolC theolhiedts
officers olC rl of tho company clilllil flfei President PresidentN Presldelt PresldeltN
N W V Clayton vicepresident vlepresf10nt und undgeneral Ind Indgentral mindgeneral
general manager Innaer I 1 P O 1 Calder secre secretary secrItr miecretpry ¬
tary Itr J J McOlellan McCleluni treasurer trelsurer W f C CBpence CSpence CSpeece
Spence Tim Thl above with wih Sam SnmCnhler SnmCnhlerr Sam Calder CalderA
A L r Mrattaln lratnln and I A Cluyton con constitute consttuto constittmto ¬
stitute sttuto the board bOird of directors Tho Thonew Thenew thonw
new nw company compln begins Its Is olllclnl olell exist existence txl8tence existemice ¬
ence Monday MondlY morning morningCaldern 10rnllg 10rnllgCllllcr mmmOrnlmmgCahilers
Caldern Cllllcr Is the oldest music Ilslc house In Inthe li intime
the west IIt and Is widely whle known In II the thetrade tht timetrMe
trade all ni over the country eOlntt It I has hlR al always aIway iiiwave ¬
ways way done u good Iool business bUsln and lud time tht In Infusion II inItmslomu ¬
fusion tlslol of this thlf largo Jlrgo amount 1I111t of now 111 11 11nanrlal I ftimanrlal
nanrlal nanrlnl vigor Into Its 11 operations operatons meunit meunitnn mellil mmmemmmpmum
nn 11 extension extn lon of great grll moment to thu ttuitrade thutrade thutrade
trade The fhl new lew company com nn will wil contin continue contu contule ¬
ue le to occupy o CUllY the old 011 stand Itoll on West WestJlrnt WcstIrst VestFirst
First Irst South street Ilreet which Is to be re remodelled rolodeled remacdelicti ¬
modelled lodeled for tho enlarged enlnlged business hu JleRs and andwill nli nliwi amidshil
will have hle the th agency alCIC of five Ivo or more morestandard lore loreItandard macrostandard
standard wi Itandard grades grndls ot pianos and Inl three threelarge threelarge threelarge
large organ firms frms the tht handling handlng of n nfull 1 atill
full tul line lne of musical luslcnl Instrument Instrumentl and andsheet andsheet andsheet
sheet music ot all ni description 1llscrlpton The Thoparties TheIJortes TImeirnrties
parties IJortes buying In hero are all ni well wellItncun wel treliknmcwn
Itncun kltn citizens cltzell of high musical and alll fi financial 1 ftrmanelvl ¬
nancial fanclnl standing staldlng In the e community communityEXMIUiNCUAlj collunJy collunJyJ coimimmiunltye
Friends of IV S Webster ch ter < live Katie Katietlou Fuliction lUC lUCton
tlou ton lit His Hs Honor HonorV 10101 10101W
W V S Webster tho former principal principalof
of tho Lincoln school wns tho object objectlast objectlat objectlast
last lat evening eeling of a most lo t delightful delghtullaty delghtullatythat party partythat partytmat
that was tendered tenderel him at his hil home In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the Heggel wal terrace by b the tl teachers who whowere whowele whiumwere
were asnoclated oloclUICII with wlh him ut the theJn theJncoht Lin Lincoln Uncoimi ¬
coln and his neighbors of that nchool nchooldistrict I sehutihdistrict holl holldistrict
district Mr 111 Webster Wel ler retired retred from his hlaposition hil hilposltOil hisposItion
position yesterday afternoon and um utj I iu an anexpresMon Ji JiexprcsBlon aimexpression
posltOil restorl
expression of their esteem for him his histeachers hil hIsteachers
teachers t IIchers and other friends arranged arrangedtmi nrrng 1 1thll
this function It came wholly whol In the thonature thennture thmoimature
thll tunctol
nature of otn a surprise l to Mr Webster Websterand Web ter terand
and both he hI and his wife were wert visibly visiblytouched visiblytouched Islblytouched
touched by h the mark of respect and for forgot torgot forgot
got nothing that tended towards towar pro promoting IlrOIOtl1g ro roimmotinmg ¬
moting the pleasure of the guest guestThe guestsTIme uet uetThe
IOtl1g The evening even In was WIS spent slltnt with wih cards tardusinging cnrdsinging cardssIngIng
singing by ly Mr I Pardoe laroe and a most most deli delicious del delIoloims ¬
cious supper supperAmong supperAmnonig
elols flpplr flpplrAmong
Among those tho e present were Mr Ir and andMrs onlIMrl antiMrs
Mrs U hell ll Mr and Mrs Hutchinson Hutctilnsonthe
the Mrl MlwH lel PR Petit Pett Wanless Ure Thom Thomas Thal Thalo Thomas ¬
as Potter IB anti all Jenkins JOlkln of the Lincoln Lincolnteaching Ilncolnteaching LIncolnteaching
o teaching Potcr corps and Mr anti nll Mrs A AC AC AC
C Poulton Mr Ir and a 11 Mrs Mrl Lewis LewisWatson LeWIKWatson LewisWatson
Watson Poulon Mr nnd Mrs lrR C V Pardoe PardoeMrs Inrdo PardocMrs
Mrs Sarah Klmball 1 lm RI Mrs Mr n n A Hut Hutterworth Butlerworth lintterworthi
Mrl terworth and daughter Alice Alte MM fu J JO
0 Smith Smih nnd Mrs Mrl Smiley SmileyJ501SK Smiey SmieynOISg SmnlheyBOiSE
0 Nelson Nelon Designated Vcsljnntlt n 1 Member of ofTlio orTho ofTImo
Tlio Civil Service Hoard HoardSpecial HOml HOmlflelnl hoardSpecIal
Special flelnl to the News NewsWashington NewsWuhlngtol NewsWashIngton
Washington Wuhlngtol D C Feb 8CIiarlci LCimariesC
0 C Nelson has been beln designated Ioslnted a I mem member member moniher ¬
ber of tho Ito civil service scnlo board for or Boise Boiserostottlcv DaIserOtot BoiseFostOtile
rostottlcv rostottlcvThe FostOtileThe
rOtot The contract contrct for carrying tho mall mallfrom mal mailfrom
from Decorah to Hear Jear Idaho has his been beenawarded beenawared beenawarded
awarded awared to C W Jones S Decorah DecorahBURST DcorahnURsr DecorimbS DecorimbBURST
Serious illslmp to toioimu John Watson Caused CausedUy Ctuset
Uy Over Lifting LiftingJohn Lfu LfuJonn LIfthimgJonn
Jonn Watson Is lying at his home on onSecond onSecond onSecond
Second West between Fifth Fih and Ind Sixth SixthSouth SlxtbSouth SixthSouth
South streets sttet In a very vel precarious prerious con condition on onII eonilitiomi ¬
dition II lon having hnlnr burst bUtt a 1 blood vessel vesselyosterdny yesseloterdIY vesselyesterday
yesterday oterdIY afternoon afernoon while whie lifting ICn on a aheavy ahelY aheaVy
heavy helY piece of furniture turnlure The object objectha
ha was WiS trying trIng to lift 1t was much luch too toogreat to toogreat
great grat for his strength streu th but he continued continuedto contnuell contnuellto
to tug tUI away awa at It I until unt the strain burst bursta
a blood blOll vessel euel He le was taken tlcen to his hishomo hishomo hIsborne
homo In a carriage alnae and a I physician physlciln was wassummoned wia wiasummoned wassummoned
1 1quie
summoned Ills 1s condition cnliton became becamequite bOlo becamequite
quite quie alarming ala mlng during the evening but butthere btthere I Ithere
there la now some ground for hoping hopingthat hopingthat
that t this accident accdent will wU1notmmeMdotx not prey Mrlouc
to notlme M
While Whl those stringent crltlolsmfl crllol ma of
tho war oitlco olco nro being belnl publicly publtInlti mnd < >
there IH Ilploceellnl proceeding beneath beleath the thl BUrfact lurtlct
a revolt which threatens to bo 10 ot otevrl otevrlgreuter oCeseri oCeserigreater even evengreater
greater Importance JlwortunceTho Time leading au ¬
thorities thorltes of tutu thl volunteers volunte rs Including
many lny of the commanders rommnuders of tho best bf
known regiments several of them b be
log In I titled tted pvrsonn nnd nearly lenrh all allwealthy altwealthy
wealthy eah nto 110 holding holdinG frequent meetings leOtnKI
to decide decde on the tw beat method of defeat defeatng
Ing ng Mr BrodrJckd IrodrJcls new nw mothId volunteer regu ¬
lations lotonf The he committee commlteo which iHr tr >
Uiodrlck Ulolrlele appointed aplJolnlol to hear the grimy grievances srllY srllYnlces grimyamices ¬
ances nlces only aggravated nlgtateI1 matters muter Time Thocommanders Timecommflmmrmmmders 1ho 1hocomrnnnderl
commanders comrnnnderl of o tho leading lenling reglrnrnts reglfInt
had previously formed COtned themselves themsclcs Into Intoa 1nt3
a I deputation dcputaton to wait on 01 Mr HrodrlcH HrodrlcHand Ilolrlcf Iivotiricjamid
and un he temporarily telporarlY declined declned to see eo
them but he 110 secretary for war solo soloa
a march 10th on 01 tho members of tho thl ho depu 111u ¬
tuition tnton and nnl announced nnlnnced In tho house ot otcommons otCInnn011 ofcommimnoummi
commons CInnn011 that ho hl had lull proponed n I com commission commlllon cciiirnlMmiolm ¬
mission mlllon of his hIl 1mm own In which not ono onoof 01 ommeof
of the deputation dlllutnlon wa wnl Included Ills Illsaction 11 Illsaction
action ncton created Intense Ilteno feeling feelne among
tho members melnberJ ot o the original Urlalnallleptaton Urlalnallleptatonwho deputation deputationwho
who privately declare that time Ihl new vol voluntccr volunteer volunteer
unteer regulations rlJgulntonl and the deadhead deadheadcommittee deullhcadcomllt deadimcadcomrmmitteo
committee comllt o Vtero Introduced Intrudlced solely for fortho fortho fortime
tho purpose of making laklng conscription conscriptionpossible conscrpUol conserIpUomItosslito
possible possibleThe lOslllo lOslllo1he Itosslitorime
The 1he colonel colonl of ono 01 of tho London reg ¬
iments said snll to a I representative representatvo ot the thaAssociated thoAllocllled theAmusociatecl
Associated Allocllled Press PressWo Prell PreasmVo
Wo WoI know < ow Met Ir Brodrlck wants con conBcrlptlon canIcrlplon conscriptlon
Bcrlptlon Icrlplon though thou h perhaps In u modi modlcll ¬
heel cll form torl It his hl ideas Idel win time day Ila tho thovolunteers tht tuevohunteers
volunteers voluntces will wl gradually crn ully cease ceRO to be an aneffective auerectll aneffeetivn
effective erectll force nnd flti will wi thereby supply Iuppl Iupplthe
the war Wlr office 0100 with wltl lt iK its strongest nrgU nrgUment argOImment
ment lent In h favor of compulsory compllsory military militaryBorvlce InUlary InUlarylorvlce amilituryservice nrE
service lorvlce or tho enforcement enrolremeut of the old
ballot I1n10t laws IIWI Rather than thal neo 1M that thatcomo thn tlnttcollie
como cOle about we Intend Inteld to break brelk up our ourregiments 011 ommereglmnemmts
regiments I have a letter leter from trm a Ills distinguished IllstnulRhed thistImmgulshmed ¬
tinguished tnulRhed nobleman noblelan urging mo to take takothat tllo tllothnt takelint
that course COlrS and aUlmnny many oilier command commandIng comllanl
lug their 11 officers otcerl regiments contemplate disbanding < ls lndlnu
Sheriff Sherif Hynim Wilcox Wicx of Carbon Carboncounty Clrbrn Clrbrncounty Carbqncounty
county departed leparted for trr hi hl1 imis home th thmorning thl tidam tidammorning
morning taking takllJ with him him a I prisoner prlsonornamed prlHonornumed prisonernamed
named David Russell nus cl who la II charged chargedWith ch1Rlit ch1RlitwIth chargedWIth
With murdering a 1 man named namedbrought Frnll FrnllJ Fraimols FraimolsitU
J I itU l t1 imts lgn n imi imistate
hfe1 Il
atae state prl pon on flnc 1i1 e ll ilrt 1 oncst tet7beng tet7bengbrought UeT
brought to Salt Sal Lake City for to safe safekeeping stmfeeeplng ne ne1lHn
keeping < 1lHn us Jail JII facilities lclUcs In Carbon Carboncounty Cnrb Carb6nc n ncounty
county c unty are not Jt the beat Last night nighttho nighititime I Ithe
the prisoner was Wil brought brught down < own from fromtho tromthe fromthe
the pen emm und taken to the county cOlnt jail jailjvhern jnl jellvtmer
jvhern vtmer he passed 1slld tho night His Hs pre preliminary preImlnary preirnlnary ¬
liminary hearing hearllg Is II to take place in inCarbon InCurbon inCarbon
Carbon county some tIme tme next week weekBOARD weeka weekOAnD weekBOARD
a I
Increase of Scarlet ScarIot1ovorNo loverNo Small SmallVox Smal Smallpox
lOX for Two Weeks WeeksTh WeeksThe WeeksTue
Th report rl orl of the board of health bealh for forthe to tothe fortime
the week ending Feb 8 shows the birth birthOf
Of 25 male children chldrcn nnd anl mint 13 female all allof al nilof
of which are white whi Of time tlo 19 I deaths deathsreported deathsreportell deathi5roporteth
reported J2 were w ro males and 7 females femahesa
3 of which wero shipped away tor In Interment Intcrmelt intcrmemmt ¬
terment tcrmelt at other Cther points Exclusive Ex luslvo of oftha ottho oftime
time above 4 bodies were brought hero herofor herl heretfor
for burial At the close cose of last report reportthera rellortther reporthera
thera were 17 cases casel of scarlet fever In Inthe J instime
the thl city ciy During tho week 13 1 new newisere cfscrt cfscrtwero SII
wero wel reported and 7 released leaving leavlng3cn 23 23cases 23cates
cases cn rs now In quarantine quarantineOf quarantne quarantneOf
Of diphtheria there were 7 new cases casesreported Csesrrporttl casesrepotteti
reported rrporttl ami 7 released leaving lea 13 13cases 3 3cases 3cases
cases In quarantine qlarartne tho same number numberas nUnher nUnheros viS
as last week One new IV case ot typhoid
fever was reported during the week weeknnd weeknud weekimmid
nnd one raiovcred r ocred leaving leuvlnG G In the city
tho same as last week Measles In Increased increased ¬
creased from 26 last week to 31 this thisweek thinsceck
week while eMckenpox Increased from mmii
1 last week to 4 this week No new newcases newcases
cases of smallpox have been reported
for over two weeks weekaMORMON weeksMORMON
Two of the Former Formerunut and Twelve of tho thoLatter tit titLatter
Latter tlio Proportion tIiIroportIoimIn ProportionIn
In view of the Mormon and non nonMormon nonMormimon
Mormon talk which has been precipi precipitated imreclpititted ¬
tated In the City Council without Just Justreason justreason
reason or excuse it will be interesting interestingto
to cite a list of the city officers appoint appointed ¬
ed eu by Mayor Thompson There are arofourteen arefourteen
fourteen olllwra altogether twelve of ofthem ofthmenu
them being nonlformons and two twobeing twoielng
being Mormons The chief of pollen pollenand policearid
and fire departments ono a Mormon Mormonand Mormonand
and the other a nonMormon were werenot werenot
not appointed by Slayer Thompson but butheld butheld
held over from time Clark administra administration ¬
tion The board of publlo works la com composed comaposed ¬
posed of three nonMormons mind two twoMormons twoiormons
Mormons This showing tells plain plainly ¬
ly I what there is In the claim ot no noGentile itoGentile
Gentile Need Apply as raised by c cer certam r rtain
tain tam parties Here la the list listCity listCity
City Engineer F C Ktliey non nonMormon nonMormon
Mormon MormonHealth Mormonhealth
Health Commissioner J C 13 King KingnonMormon ICingnonMormomm
nonMormon nonMormonfiftnltary nonMormommSanitary
Sanitary Inspector Josiah Lees non nonMormon micaMormon
Mormon Mormon8up MormonSuperintendent
8up Superintendent rintend nt of Water Works WorksFrank VorksFrank
Frank L I IIiiwc h1Iii nonMormon nonMormonCity
City Sexton Thomas Carter non nonMormon nonMormon
Mormon MormonInspector MormonInmspetor
Inspector of Bulldlngt F M tt Ulmer UlmernonMormon IflmerrmonMormon
nonMormon nonMormonLand
Land and Water Commissioner S B BWesterfleld 13Westerfield
Westerfleld nonMormon nonMormonParkICMper nonMorinonlarkICeper
ParkICMper C A Brlckson non nonMormon normeityEngIneer
Mormon MormonCity
City eityEngIneer Engineer to succeed F C lCd ICelsey lCdsey
sey resigned L C Kelson nonMor nonMormon norm MOr MOrmuon <
mon monSuperintendent
Superintendent of Sprinkling F L LIllne Ijlimes
limes nonMormon nonMormonPolice nonMormonIollce
Police Justice C B Dlehl nonMor nonMormon
mon monClerk
Clerk ot Police Court Russell RussellSchulder G GSchulder
Schulder nonMormon nonMormonStreet normMormnonStreet
Street Sup Superelsor rvlsor amid WatermosterY WatermosterYPeter
Peter S Condle Mormon MormonOil
Oil Inspector and Sealer ot Weights Weightsand
and Measures W P Nebcker Mormoiv

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