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The na tat t list Ift will be ts follows followsHfiium tolos
Welom Hfiium iQrn t II 1y > y the the PresidentToast
auter later1 si 0 L L J Nye of the Unlver
lily Ily of r 1ibana 1ibanaStr i buna bunaSllho 11111
Sllho Slr house yoU > 0u Are very welcome to our ourIt
11 I IJ0stdllRI1tear iui much words wordsThe Qrdshe Relr Rptear In other ways than thanhS1Vpnr thln thlnQrds
hS1Vpnr The he Fbor ot f His Is CountryTo Be
Drunk s HI11In 8tailIng jlnr by ly the Guests and
Ieniberf tobers uf t the Ihp University rnlersly Club
J WUhlncton hinEton Feb I eb 21The 21The house com comwu
wu Ilte taittee on territories Irrltorlls today unanimous unanimousrvoteduMMport I
IT rvoteduMMport olC1 I rport port bills his for the ndmls ndmlson mls
lon 1lo on of o ihf th territories
Wrtorles of New No Mexico Mexicon
lzona lrhZOfla n aa unu unlkllhomn un uklahoma Tho vote ote was wasupon
Iken tke upon U on a motion molon made by Mr Mrn 71 71s I ISFATi
s rXAT SFATiWashington I IWUhlnglon
Washington n Fob l eb 21Tle senale met
21The l1et
at 11 1 odoCk ° ldck
today nnd alt an entered upon uponlleratlon
the e < lleratlon on lderllon of the Phlllpplrto Phlllpplrtoil
Utl tariff bi bill il Mr Date of o Tennessee Tcnneslee Phippine de dew
Urtret h flrerpii i w In extended extonled speech lPech In which whichhad
khiUpptn ° veld tered prty ly tuly lilly the gcenral
H tUfl lhllp unld i ln queton question I IOIV el thlngl thIngi had hadfatf hAt
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tflti fatf 8nlo ehamler chamber nmr he Bald Baldiisu luld
Itlt taleful t
t iisu r Involving Inolln moro dell delln del
tnii I nater lMult8 lUUl1 than the lc lch lcf
11nstlO n or f the trtftty of Paris He Her
1ertU Palls 10
the ltltP Ihf h ii Payment of MCOO000 000 for forw
w tk than lhilfs r WUf va asa a M cOInwrclnl COIflflereinl n wll roth r lh
l n a 1 nin nlmenlal ntlrnentai truneaothcjn wtlon nnd nndMl
u the < bf nrs nr t I11 trunsloton Ild
Ml l iIIY y um Inlagonlsllo l aIel toward tOlor n 1 colonial colonialAmerka colunl11
to the
Xttn Or or r rWhn American Amerkadestitute
the Wh Whn gPMlflt he tgarded egnrde the ltqulJUon acQuisition of
ineii1 III t thlaflla IQllll18 as hurtful to the
t to t1i Vtm BIlm us destitute lestute of bene benennd bent
11 Amerlnn
PP People e nnd M Mv
rngrui to the Q
v u Filplnol Fliiplno PI the present presentCllnue
8 not th prcnt
1ln Utsjo1 thi I < to Ur time to Cllnue contnue that thlt dU dUremcly dil di
Celia rll that hal prOpOil propoSe 1 remedy relely for the <
tb0 01 ot the Parll arla sprung runl treaty fror froi He the tedared declarcd rt rtltc c =
matter r Is bilng bln fairly far arid rd thoroughly thoroughlyrnvoMlgntml thoroughlyrnvuithntol torough1YfnvuMtigntod
rnvoMlgntml mnt by y the county attorney attorneychiefof atorney atorneyChl attorneyltI
chiefof rnvuithntol Chl ltI f ot police IIolQ and Ind lie nherlff Ihelt and 1111 the thepeople IhoPf thenhiould
people Pf fo should iwaervo thulr opinions opinionsuntil opinloll opinlollunl oplittoitHtiiitlt
until unl I the matter Imtel l ii settled selte Now Nowthoro NowIhon Nowthere
there Is another thing I want wnl1 to nay naythat sU sUthnt enythat
that those II people are lre foolish tool h to lay IlY tho thoconviction lto ltorOlllclul tlOoiWietiuit
conviction rOlllclul of Klnt ICni to George Shoots Shootscteoriio ShcothaorAo Slieatleurge
cteoriio aorAo Sheet 81ceiN oHiinot Olllot com convict let a man manmerely ml1 ml1lelol nulliUet
merely lelol iUet oI crooking erloltllf hi hi bits thumb A man mancnnnot 1111 1111rnnnt mancannot
cnnnot rnnnt be bl convicted cOIlcted except on evl evldenuo 01deluc ovidenuo
denuo und UIH111 uit In a murder case t especially especiallyof especlnl
of deluc the incut tOt conclusive 1 nnd Irresistibleevidence Irresistible Iresl Irresletibloevldeiic tllo tlloId
evidence Id nc Chief Hilton 110n testified letfOIIIKaln against againstKing ngaintICing t tJlur
King and 1111 no did 1111 many 111 htiRn othcm olhort whoso whosoreputation WhOM11llulnton Whoitereputation
reputation Jlur for truth 1111 and Hld veracity vemcl Is Isunlmpcnchcd II IIunh111cnchcI IsIi
unlmpcnchcd unh111cnchcI Ii itinipen clieti The nuin mnl was WlS faltly faltlyIonvlctod fnlW fnlWIonctml fttltiytonvictott
Ionvlctod before he tore a Jury here In II the dis district t1s t1strhl ihi ihinet ¬
trict net upon and Jiefore otolO that verdict wllct In Innet II IIet Iset
net et UHldo n entirely 1lllely It should shlull be by Iy somo somoDVldonro 8010 8010tVhlence sorncusitieno
DVldonro tVhlence lto other than HU that coming camil from fromprofwwlonnl tron tronprot trollPrOfcNI0ttfli
profwwlonnl prot Hlounl crooks crooksThofeeling croakYrhe roohtslho
Thofeeling rhe f feeling olliloftlalfrlity of fraternity among amongcrooks Itotg Itotgf gitriotigtiooks
crooks f Is 1 very strong tOI and ald they will wi go goto goto o oto
to great urlnt lengths lenJlh to t help 1111 one another Inolhe out outof outur outor
of trouble ti tille hI Tht > statement RtatCI0nl of what 11t vile 0110said UIO UIOHll vilestitI
said 10 to I another 110lhel 1 In ono of the oldest oldestschemed OlleetChieineN he t th
schemed Hll h < 1neH IhlY th tiiiiy y have It I IH II not nl strange strangethai strlnge strlngeIhlltcOItCcll stEtngOthtU
thai IhlltcOItCcll convicted criminals crlmlnll dislike 1191110 Sheets SheetsHe 8hlel 8hlelHe Sheetslie
He h hll hitis H been nn dllklent clcllnt officer ofe1 hcio hciofor helo helotor hietofor
for years eUI8 In II running rUnllllluwn down crime and andpunishing alulJlll am amthttlHh11ig
punishing criminals IrlrlHll cii rrilnals In l1 this thll city elI y yhail A Aman Amnn
man Jlll hlll ronvlqted of prime crUiJ through tuluh his hiswork hil hilwork IllswttrI
work and lli his efforts eforl 1 naturally Ilt I rn1 I would wouldnot woull woull10t wouldhOt
not 10t be e anxious nnlol to embrace omInl him him as I n nbrother Itbrother
brother blother 1 repeat that KO f0 far til the story storyIs
Is ridiculous lldlculoll 11ceot absolutely nblolul tibsolutetyIOK1N l ridiculous ridiculousIttpKINO 1lilrulou 1lilrulou1lKJNG
IttpKINO FOIl IOH LIGHT LIGHTEfforts 1101T 1101TFOOItN 141011TEltorts
Efforts 1lKJNG arc nourbeing 101bclnl made mlllo to locate locatetwo 10lale 10laleto localettvo
two FOOItN more men who will wi perhaps rhapg bo boable II IIuble h hitltle
able to throw Ibrowlomo some little IIt0 light on the thoKing IholIII the1iitg
King murder I I rtl case rlSo The hr names IICI of tin tinmen 11
men II0n tiro not 10t known Itown nt lt this thll time tmo One Oneof Oneof Oneof
of them thell Is anexconvict ni aii oxcolvlcl excoitviet 1111 and the other othera
a bartender both of whom saw Sil the 110 two twomen 10len
men len In II the ualoon on 01 the Ile morning lornln of ofihu otIhe ofthe
the mooting Ihuolt Jt I Is said that these IhlsO men menwill Ilan Ilanwi menwlii
tall In tho thoMaloon thoalool theaion
will Hwenr 111 thnt the tal man mal
Maloon wi alool on 01 that Ihtlt occasion 00t08101 was ns not 10t King Kingand tllg tllgI iCIngunit
and I 1 il It I Ix I wild Inll that they will wi further furtherswear turthel turthelIwcnl furtherswear
swear that thlt efforts trtolts were made before beforethe bofoiotilt orO
the Iwcnl tle ttlu1 tlil It itil to Induce lulucllhtHn them to swear that tlmtKing thlt thlt1lnj thatllng
King wns wal the man 101 nnd In 11 one Ole cnso cnsothat cosothn cn0that
that thn 1lnj a throat was IS tIs made If the th proposed proposedwitness proposedwlnosa iuopusodvh1noa
witness did not It swear Iwenr us lS told loll to do doIt doIt O OH
It wlnosa Is IHIIII nlRrt Ild nald Ilthat that nn al olllcer or 1 will 1 leave leaveMiortly lowehotlb ieveiiortiy
Miortly for til or UuttP nllp city ciy to find Ind young youngWillie youngWllo youhigWillie
Willie Mcycrn and bring Irhll him back to tothis tothis tothis
Wllo this city I to swear Stlr to an a affidavit nthIlt simi similar slmlIlr itInillur ¬
lar Ilr to that In of Wltlenburgs WltlenburgsThis Wltenburls WltenburlsThis
This morning Attorneys AtorloYI Gnrwood 1nr001 and amiVanless 1M 1MWlllles andIVapless
Vanless Wlllles called cnl ll on the Governor Oovrnor and andtalked Ind Indtled niicltailced
talked tled thccnse tho M9 pvcr Ver C wth him hlll to sonic soniclength BOIlOlength olneIIUKlhtut
length IIUKlhtut but nothing notlllnglew new was ab brought broughtout
out < In the th intorvlflw Intelvlh
The Occasion OccnslonPIof Prof Clarence E Al Allen AIlcn Allen ¬
len of Western Westel llcscrve llcscrveSpeak ltHore ltHoreSIell1 BeserveSjenk
Speak SIell1 to me us to thy thinkings thinkingsAs thlnklngt
As them thOI dost ruminate rurlluie und unl gIve slo thy thyworst thyIorlt thyWorst
worst Iorlt of thoughts thoughtsTho thoulhla thoulhlaTho
Tho worst of words wordsThe wordsThe wordsThe
The ITnlvetslty Unlenl of Utah UahProt Utahlrof Prof Joseph JosephT
T I Klngsbury lncslury of Illinois llols Weslyun WeslyunHow VeelyanITow oslll
How empty learning and how vain Is tanrt IsOt Isart
art nrtBut Ot OtDut artBut
But as It mends the life lte and an guides guMol the theheart th thheart thehearth
heartA heart hearthA
A GagTime OlcTlno Bpasm HlllsmCol SpasmCal Col Hatnuel C CPark CIlarlll CPark
Park Ilarlll of the University Unlersly of Michigan MichiganHis chlgnl
His Is voice vobcono no touch of harmony admits admitsIrregularly udlnltsIrregulArl admitsIrregularly
Irregularly deep und ll shrill shri by tits titsTho Is IsTho bItsThe
Tho two extremes oxtlomesnppelr appear like lke man nnd nndwlfo andwife
wife wlfoCoupled wifeCoupled 1 to toCouplnl
Coupled Couplnl together for fo the sake slke of strife strifeMinos strIteMII strifeMlncsMr
Minos MII MlncsMr Mr lr Wlllard lnrl D 1 I Hhompson Ihompson of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the University UnlIIsl of California CaliforniaFairy Coltornln ColtornlnFal CaliforniaFairy
Fairy Fal tales are made out olt of the thedreams thetreum thetircums
dreams of youth youthLlesHcv youthIAesIev outh outh1lesHe
LlesHcv treum Dr Wllllnm 1111 M Paden of ofthr orthl ofthe
the thl > University UIIersIY oC Princeton PrincetonHe Prilcelou
He that thlt negotiates negolate8 between betweel God and andMan anl andMan
Man ManAs Mln MlnAs ManAs
As Gods 0011 ambassador ambussldor tho grand grnd con concerns concelnl concerns ¬
cerns cernsOf cernsof
Of judgment jldglnloll and of meicy lelCr should hiouldbe hiouldbeware be beware LeArO ¬
ware wareOf wareof ArO ArOOlRhtlels
Of lightness In II his speech speechIs S eech eechIs
Is Marriage a Failure Fn FallureMr lure Mr tr Adrlnn AdrlnnC
C Ellis Els Jr of the University nlverl of Call Callfornla CII Calltornla
fornla fornlaThe tnrnlnThe tornlaTue
The ancient saying Inylng U II no heresy heresyHanging horesyUanglng heresyflanging
Hanging nnd wiving gq by b destiny destinyTho te8In te8InTho destinyThe
Tho Army ArIY and Ind Navy NI3Dr NavyDr Dr Henry UelO La LaMotle LnMote LaMotte
of Pennsylva Pennsylvania ¬
Motle Mote of the University Ullversity
nia nm
niaThe The Army and Navy Nlvy forever foreverThree toreerI foreverThree
Three cheers chee for QI the red white wblo and nndblue andtlue andblue
I then ton nut blue blueUut tlue bluehIlt Came With Wlh the Morning Cool Reflec Reflection Refec Refecton Ilefleethen ¬
Hus F1u Committee Commiee Votes Unanimously in Favor of Reporting ReportingBills Reporlng ReporlngBiL eportingBilI
Bills BiL BilI for the Admission n of New Mexico Meico Arizona and andOklahoma andOklahomaSubCommiUees andOklahoma
Oklahoma OklahomaSubCommiUees SubCommittees Appointed Appin e4
Moon of Ttrmescco TenleSleo d declaring < it to be bethe b bthQ behe
the he sense of the th committee commite that the thethree thethree thtethree
three territories terriorIes were velc entitled imllcd to state statehood stbtehood tno tnohnoll ¬
hood and nd that subcommittees SUbClllt t be to op oppointed alllolntcd apjointed
pointed to prepurd IUOI1rC the bills tll The sub subcommittees subNnm1tecs subcontmttees ¬
committees Nnm1tecs < Vcre cr appointed appointedthat oppolnledthlt
that thlt It was 1 only olly after ntor tho ratification ratificationof rntfcaton rntfcatonof
of that treaty that tho apprehension apprehensionrose
rose 1010 thnt the Ilepubllcan HOlublcan pary had hadbit hndIJlt hadbIt
bit off or more than It I could cI11 chew chewThen chewhln chewThen
Then hln It was WtS that Imt a new Idea l ea blossomed blossomedout blossome
out ul thnt only a Congress ongress could coull extend extendthe extendthe extendthe
the Constitution Constuton beyond the states flllos and andIt andI
It I was hold In II addition Ildlton that Congress Congresscould Congrol Congresscould
could not extend tend the thl th provisions rovl lns of the theConstitution th theContitUttOii
Constitution COlstlUton to tho Philippines Ihlplncs except exceptwith cxelltwith exceptwith
with the strlnir ItrlnL to It I which denied deniedequality donlr deniedequality
equality cuIII of otlllnlllrton administration taxation taxationand tanton tantonMd taxationand
and citizenship dlzen hlp How many 1an millions millionsof 1 I Ions IonsIt
of It dollars Iolnrl had hI beau enependC1 expended In the thesentimental the10nllelll1 theeentimnental
sentimental 10nllelll1 program of exploitation exploitationwas Oploltatol
was wal unknown Ulklown to the American people peoplebut pople poplebut peoplebut
but thus thUI far there had Len no n money moneyreturn moneyreturn moneyreturn
return of this war wlr for trade spoliation spoliationThe Ipoa lon lonThe
The present Jrsent tariff tfU bill tl the Tennessee Tennesseesenator Tnnssee TnnsseeonRtor Tennesseesenator
senator aid would wOIM become a I law 13w but butIt tut tutIt butIt
It would not nt bridge l rlt p tho chasm that thatceparntcd Ihntearnte thatseparntcd
ceparntcd earnte a people struggling IlrllRlng for In Independence Indepe1den independence ¬
dependence depe1den end aUl the Itepubllcan lepublean party partybent por partybent
bent upon conquest exploitation eploiaton and andcommercialism andcOlmerQlllam andcommerCialism
commercialism commercialismU cOlmerQlllam cOlmerQlllamI
U I was not given tlvtn to finite nlo Wisdom to todistinguish toIIt0tulsh todistinguIsh
distinguish IIt0tulsh the form which retribution retributionfor rltrlbuton rltrlbutonorthn
for orthn or tha thftttt Jr tt deRt 1tPerl ek Per would take takebut toketbUl takebut
but when wh the thetarlt tariff bi bill had been passed
the Itepubllcan lepublcan party twain lluln might be behoard LoMard behart3
hoard to exclaim oxclClm Krrlng l lrlng staler 11lel dcpntt dcpnttIn
In peace for there would be to no more moremoney mOI1 111010money
money monC 10Ico to bo made InAdl out Olt of the Flllplnou Flllplnounnd IllJlnOK IllJlnOKnM 1iiiplnoHad
nnd Uiuy Iy might then take their place placeagain IlIacI lilacotigaip
again among the Ihenalol natloim of thu world worldMr WorkitIr
Mr 111 Hpooner HIJ0Mr alonl characterised chl etcrlz d Mr Well Wellingtons Wel eii eiiiflgtoiiH ¬
ingtons criticism rrlolsm of thu th administration administrationas nlhnlnl lrnlon lrnlonal
as 111101 al unjust UljUMt Ho 10 read a I speech Slieech of If Mr MrTullurs MIIdlers I
Idlers lolrl Homo sOIO years eors ago agl In n which the thelatter th thIntor thelatter
latter Intor saId the Hag lug would woul not ot bn hauled hauledown hnule1coln hauledown
coln own ov oel r territory tenlfry when Olive Oleo raised raisedMr Iised IisedMr raisedMr
Mr Teller 1elcr uald illd that thlt11 tltutit It wan u question questionnf qUIHIOl
nf tho doslras 11011108 of the people 111UI111 and at atcno atcno atcite
cno tuna tme It I wns AS eald faM that Iml they mntod wnntNltile mntodthe nnlll nnlllthe
the United Un led States there Ihcl but ut now they thoydid Iho Ihodid theydid
did not notMr 101 101Mr notMr
Mr Spooner roinllod rq nled tho records roortf of ofvotes ofOles ofvotes
votes on tho treaty Mr ll Tollir rfltr ro rojllsil 10 10IUed ro1usd
jllsil that thll Mr Spoonar evidently ohlelt want wanted wutited 111 111cc ¬
ed cc to show Aho In consistency eOllltcno on the th thinit thinitet part partol
ol himself hlsolt and others while whie It wast was Vfl the ihupolicy thoIloley theliolicy
policy Iloley of tho II patty plti In l I power that Iht ho hehad hoha holnd
had ha criticised criticisedMr erltclluL
Mr 111 Bpooncr RpOOhl suggested ugrell d that thlt all al thesesenators these thCo thCoOltOI tlteesenators
senators OltOI had voted otfd to ti corn tOl11 conmi t roops ooJs to tuthe totho tothie
the Philippines lhlillplne8 to put down t0wn the thl Insur Insurlection InsurIec incuriection i
lection lectionMr Iec 101
Mr 11 Spooner said Iall the minority had hadsupported hlil hlilIPPoltell hadeuppoiteil
supported IPPoltell bills bi for tlm th army rlY knowing knowingthat knolll kiiowiitgThat
that Ihlt tho army nmy wnu 11 to bo bl mod In II the thuPhilippines Ihl thePiihihpIiIiien
Philippines lhlllllncs and ald am for the wry lry purpow purpowfor puiposfor
for which lloh lie army 11 was now ni bolniiused being belnf beingused
used although allhoulh they the now O advooalud alloontl time thuwithdrawal IhowlMrnI11 timewithdrawal
withdrawal wlMrnI11 of troops 1I00P8 Tho allegation allegationthat ulclIIOII ulclIIOIIthlt alIeiitloiisthat
that thlt Agulnnldo Aulllido had been lon uromlmd vrollH811 In Independence 1 1depenllero Intlepemleiio ¬
dependence had hld been teln donUil 10111t by ly those thosewho thoROwho thosevo
who vo wor WOII Huld to liuvo made IlaC them themIIOUHK thlhl thlhlIIUm Ut in
IIOUHK IIOUHKWnnhlngton IIUm IIUmWnhlnllon 110 Lfl4I Lfl4IWahiington
Wnnhlngton Wnhlnllon Fob l lb lWhen 2When the thehotino thehoufu thehouse
house houfu met lot It I was agreed that Ihnthol whan It Itadjourn I Ititdjourn
adjourn ndjour next nextAir today It I be to tumeet meet rtet on n Monday Mondaynext lonllY lonllYnuxl
nextMr Mr 11 Tawney awue of Minnesota Mlnnsotl asked askedunanimous oakedulnlmous askedunanImous
unanimous ulnlmous consent cOlsenl for tOI the Ile considera consideration conaldemtOI ¬
tion tOI of the following tolowlll resolution resolutionllesolvod reoluton reolutonlolled resolutionItesoived
llesolvod lolled That hut this secretary lt ltnIY of war wnrbo warbe nr nrbe
be requested to give nl the hoUse such 5uch In Information Intorlatoh 114 114torniatloti ¬
formation torlatoh regarding Iegarlln tile number nUlber 01 01ncics n nIIel nacres
acres IIel of land IUIII In Cuba purchased purlllHe by byiionresldcntn bylonre8ldenla byiionresldeiits
iionresldcntn lonre8ldenla of the tii Inland Mliul Mnco ltl tho thodnti thoIntl thedate
date Intl > of ot the II American Arollcun occupation as 18 IH IHshown II Isshown
shown showl by ly the reports rlpOrlH to and lul thi tl < rec record Ielord 1e 1eordS ¬
ord of the war ar department and 1111 by tin tinrecords tl ht htrecords
records r colg of tf time Ihl military 1 1 tl I government 1rnll nt at atCuba ofCuba t tCuba
Cuba giving the consideration consldOllol the thenames IheImel thenanies
names Imel nod II places 1111c ii aces 1 of lesldences lcBlilelces of jut purchascrH juteIisers
chascrH 1 sclHlho Ito number of acres Cct1 selected selectedon
on each trust tru l conveyed conlfell the total ucie ucieage uCIeno ucieage
age of cultivated stignr land Inlli owned by bycitizens hycltzelo bycitizens
citizens cltzelo of the United Unied States and Ilnl by bycitizens byciizens bycitizens
citizens ciizens of other countries cOUllrles foreign to toCuba toCubi toCuba
Cuba CubaMr Cubi CubaIttr
Mr II Payne 1110 the majority lender wild wildhe Holl Hollhe soldhe
he did cld ii iii not nt think tlm Ihi th precedent Jrece < C1 should shouldbe Ihnlil Ihnlilhe
be established eSIAhIMh11 of consldetlnffsurh considering 8Ul1 audi audilutions rem remlutlons Ili Ililuons >
lutlons before boolo they tley had hndtellt been considered consideredby eonsi ered eredli
by I li tlm commute commuteMr conlllle conlllleII
Mr II Tawney nwnu denied 10hieil that thlt H 1 was onus unusual InUI onusttai ¬
ual lal to adopt resolutions 1080lulol8 of o Inquiry in intills II inthIs
tills less thll lel8 objected objectedThe objoctel fashion but Ilt Mr I Payne Juyn novertlio novertlioless nterto ntertolel8
The lhe house hOlse then Ihel resumed 11811Nl the consider considerntlon cO considerat Ilcr Ilcrnlon
ntlon nlon at ion of tho Indian Inl1nl appioprlntlon apltprlllon bill billThe hi 1111The
The Fitzgerald Flzlclnll amendment to the bill billto hi billto
to provide that no portion porlhl of the Ihl ap appropriation tll tllIloprlllon apPiopriutIon ¬
propriation Iloprlllon for the thl Mount MOlnt Pleasant PleasantMich 1leoslnt 1leoslntleh IleasntttIIeh
Mich leh school fchool should go to E C Nardln Nardlnthe
the superintendent lperlullllllt who had hnt been beenchawed Ieel heeliehiitrged
chawed chlr e with wih permitting IJlllltlng tho debauch debauchIng delmuehIlg
log Ilg of Indian ludiln girls was Wl pending ndlnl Mr MrSherman Mr8hermou MrSherman
Sherman made a statement Ilatel0nt that he hehad heIUhl liebitt
had made mIlo some 10Ule Invostlcntlon Ilve lJllf since sll t yes yesterday yel yesteida ¬
terday tUlday and had 1111 n cirtalticd l rtahIOI that the tlmInnpector Ih IhIUHlellor theinspector
inspector IUHlellor who made the theagahmt t lhorlo lhorlongaluHt hiarge hiargeagainst
against Mr I Nardln Nnrlln was 18 not now In II the theservice th theeertht
service < 111 und that MV n Nardln Nlllln had bean beanexonerated beauexonerated eel
exonerated tonerlI Nevertheless Nevelthcltl he said sall he howould heould hevould
would move for an ni Investigation Invstgnton by a asubcommittee I anubcommittee
subcommittee u commltlco of the Indian commit committee cOlllt cOllltteo ¬
tee Jf l hut Investigation Investgnton did not 10t fully fullyvindicate tuly tulyvlndlcale fullyvindieat
vindicate Mr Nardin Nnrlln he said Slld he saId snldno IAI saIdno
no n doubt he h would promptly be le ells ellsVoikztielnn dlsInl dlxtniese
Inl tniese se l lVomeznoiuttm
Voikztielnn Olzlelfn 1 Congress CCllrCM Opened OpenedNew 01101rl OpenedNew <
New York YOllc Feb 1eI 21The 21Theonsul 2lTfteeoncul consul gen gencrnl genel1 gene1a
crnl e1a of Venezuela VneUelt today received the thefollowing thetololng thefollowing
following tololng dispatch dlspalchCllaCIS dispatchCaracas t
Caracas CllaCIS Feb 20 20constitutIonal 20constitutIonalcongress Constitutional Constitutionalcongress onsltllol1
congress IOt1gress Inaugurated Innulurated today tod All 111m 111mcts mem members mom momhers ¬
hers cts were present presentSigned Ilresent Presenth3igmted
Signed Slgnel CASTRO President PresidentItcv PresidentHev President1te
Itcv 1te Mr 11 Tsllku IsilkttoI N Not ot Arrested ArrestedConstantinople ArrcIICI ArrcIICIConstantnople ArremtetlConstantinople
Constantinople Constantnople Thursday Thurln Feb 20 20The 20The 20Tit
The Tit authorities alihoriles here deny that Ilcv IlcvMr He Heh 110Mi
Mr h Tsllkn Tllkn husband hUlband of Miss Kllen 1 len M MBlones MStones t
Stones 8tonf companion In captivity alllhl has hasbeen hasheel hasbeen
been heel arrested nrlellcd for complicity complcllY In the kid kidnapping kil kilnapping khtlnappIng ¬
napping of tho latter Inter They hey soy that thataccording Ihntaccortlng thataccording
according accortlng to last reports Mr Tsllka T kn Is lsIn IsII isiii
In II BoHa SOla Bulgaria Bulgaria10xJov lulglrla a afltOot
10xJov 1 IOO Priinulft Prllul lloforo rand 0111 0 Jury JurySt Jnr JnrSt J imey imeySt
St Louis loull Feb J el 21ExGov 21FxOov D 1 II IIFrancis nI ItFrancis
Francis I ranol president 1Ifsllent of the LouisianaPurchase Louisiana LoulsnnaPurchuso LotiisittnaPurchase
Purchase Kxposltlon I xtoltol company Is one oneof onoot oneof
of tour witnesses lllcsles summoned to appear appeartoday npJenr npJenrtOlll appeartoday
today tOlll before the grand jury that Is In Investigating InvC81gathtg Investigatimig ¬
vestigating vC81gathtg franchise e bribery hrlb ry charges chargesK chlrlel
K 1 F Swlnney president of the First FirstNational 1 IlrstNIttlonal lrat lratNalonnl
National Nalonnl bank of Kansas l anM9 City Cly and B BP l EP
P 1 > Nenl vicepresident of the Union UnionNational Unlol UnlomiNational
National Nnlonnl bank blnk of Kansas City Ciy have havebeen hnecen havebeen
been cen summoned summond to appear n1plur next Mon Monday Mondny Monday ¬
day Their Tlell testimony testmony Is II desired leslrel for forthe forthe forthe
the purpose of verifying vrlCylng certain cellnln facts factstn flCl1 fmtctin
In connection with the Central Traction Tractiondeal Tracton Tractondeul Tractiondent
deal conlecton involving IIollnn 11 I M Snyder SnyderDaiiKhtnr Snyderanlhtol SnyderJaiigiitcis
DaiiKhtnr anlhtol of tho Involution InvolutionWashington ncvulnllol ncvulnllolWashlnglon ilevointloimYashington
Washington Fob 21LeBs 2ILel than Ihl1 100 100delegates 10011elegntes 100elegntes
delegates were present preclt when whel todays todayssession 1011nyl 1011nylsosslnn iodnysession
session of the Daughters DCughlers of the Ameri American Amerlcln Ainerlcan ¬
can Revolution coimmtlph cOlwentrh opened An Announcement Innouncemelt Anitotmncemelt ¬
nouncement cln nouncemelt Ievolulon wan Wa made of the result re llt of ofyesterdays oreltertayl ofyesterdays
yesterdays eltertayl election electon for torvlceprosldent vicepresidents vicepresidentsgeneral vicepresldentsgeneral
general as follows followsMcsdamcs foliosMesdanles
tolols tololsleSnlel
Mcsdamcs leSnlel Mary Hepburn Heplur Smith SmithConn Smltl SmithConn
Conn Belie C Lyons Ionl Kentucky S 8P SI
P I C Morgan Morgnl Delo Georgia Harriet Simp Simpson Simpson Simpsoil
son Massachusetts lnsAnhuset8 J V Qunrles Wis WiscOllln Wiscousin Vlscousin
cousin D D I Colton Col on Calif CaJ Arthur ArthurR Athur Athurn
cOllln R Hedler New Jersey Henry tenr W WBurham V Vllurnham VBurnham
llurnham Jlller New Hampshire J Herron HerronGrossman HerronCrot IlerronCroseman
Grossman Burham Crot mnn N Y and am Elizabeth Elzabeth C CVllllams CWilams CWilliams
Maryland MarylandOmnlms MarylandOmahas
Vllllams Wilams 1lnrlald 1lnrlaldOmohn
Omnlms Omohn Fire h1reflhiit Chlr Chh f Dismissed DismissedOmaha 11III8rll 11III8rllOmaha lImmIisHeIlOmaha
Omaha Neb Feb Jqb 21John Redell Redellwho nldel fledellwho
who has for five ve years carl been ben tit l the hejad hejadof hlnd hlndof h ad adof
of the tire 11c department Iletllrlment of this city was wastoday WUI WUI101a wastoday
today formally dismissed IIal1s8ed from the ser service serIce service ¬
vice 101a Ice The board of fire fre and police polce af after otter aticr ¬
ter hearing charges of cruelty cruel amid nn mis mistreatment mistrenlmelt ntistreatment
treatment hClrllg of chnrlel firemen and Dn their families familiesfound flllls fllllstounl familiesfotitid
found trenlmelt Redell Redl fremen guilty guiy and IUll his hiI dismissal dismissalIs 11sl1sSI1 11sl1sSI1Is
Is tho result resultXo resultXn resultu
Xo u Answer iswer fVwinOrriiinnjrtollnysNolo fVwinOrriiinnjrtollnysNoloISerlln lromnierummnulytn lnA hInsnto hInsntoIterhin 010 010Ulrln
ISerlln Feb l eh 21The note ole Df the Unit United Unl Unll ITnIted ¬
ed l Ulrln States to Runslii IOlll1 and anc China < nlna on the thosubject th thubJ thesLuiJOCt
subject ubJ t of commercial commerial rights 11hll In Man Manchuria Mnnhurln Manciiurla ¬
churia has been communicated cOlmunlcDtld to Ger Germany Gormln tilermany ¬
many hl but ut no answer nnJlr answerhas has < been btn made madeJermnny madeermnn madehernial
mln Jermnny maintains malntalnl the attitude attude she sheha shehat shehas
ha has < previously announced announce that Man Manchuria Manehturhut Innelull ¬
churia hat Is II outsIde outsile the sphere of German GermanInterests Germnn GermnnInteresls GermanInterests
elull Interests and on she sees no reason relson to tochange tt ttchange tochange
change It HMauncllo Itn ItMngmicIIo
Mauncllo n lello Honlcr Henltr Is II ft 1 Plijsklati PlijsklatiSpringfield IhIIIRI IhIIIRISprhllneIt PhyekiimimSpringfield
Springfield SprhllneIt Ills Is Feb 21 2IThe < The su supremo IU IUpremo supromo ¬
premo court today handed Mllet down an nnopinion anOPInion
opinion 1 > lnlon that a magnetic mAgnetc healer haler Is a aphyslciim n nIlhslclln aihysiclttfl
physlciim and 1111 Is 1f entitled enttcil to u license licenseThe Iconae Iconaele licenseThe
The opinion was Wn rendered Iendrldin In the cnnoof case Clse Clseot caseof
le John 8 flordon In Inn Ina
of The he People lllllo vs S OorJon n nn
n BUit to recover rcClr the penalty pennl for prac practlclng pracIcing rle rletclng
Icing medicine medicne without wJh lt n license fhe Thecase fheeMe Fhevase
case tclng comes from Wlnncbago Innelugo county countywhere count countwhero countywhere
where COlel a Judgment was entered lntertllln In favor favorof
of the defendant which tho nppolatp nppolatpcourt appplatl appplatlcourt appelatecourt
court nfllrmed The TIle lower court courterred turterred Ourterred
erred In Instructing In8tructnr the he Jury to find nndfor nld nldtor findfor
for the defendant nnd that the nppel nppelnte Allpelale appeiate
ale court erred errCl In affirming rlllg thnt judg judgment jUdRmOlt judgment
ment nnd the Judgment of the lower lowercourt lowercourt lowercourt
court mOlt Is reversed and remanded the thesupreme the8upreme thesupreme
supreme court holding holdlnl that a 1 magnetic magnetichealer magneto magnetohealer magnetIchealer
healer U a physician and not a 1 trained trainednurse trine traInednurse
nurse ns Insisted by b the defendant defendantbecause dlteldant dlteldantbeause detendanbeesuse
because beause 11 he le does doe not use uedtut1 drugs or orleo orleotrlca1 orelectrical ec ectrlcal I
trlcal trlca1 remedy remeY remeYI
Embezzler Agrees to Plead Guilt GuiltOn G 6U1On l Y YOn
On Certain Conditions ConditionsIS Conditons ConditonsIS
Nam HRt Ur1cI rIce Alto ho Hud n Turn fim uni uniUntiled 111 miiiit miiiititimteit 1
Untiled 111 11 tu Cimmtiige lmu IIUl16 e Ilcu Ilel Alter AlterClmilos Ulcrell lerIJeiis
IJeiis Senicmscet i iCharles
ell Heulclcet HeulclcetChlllos
Charles Chlllos D Henry lcnrytho the embezzler omlezler win winwas whoWil whI1V
was Wil I1V recently reeolly brougltt trought back from toni Cftll Cftllfornln ell elltornlo CAlfrtornin
fornln by h Sheriff ShcrJ Naylor nppttirsd IPPllir oppIirCttbtore t ttore b bfore
tore Judge JUIgt Stewart thIs tllllotlll mofnlng for or ur urralgnmont nr nrlnlglmoll UNialgnnient
ralgnmont lnlglmoll Henry 1ely wns Wil clmrgwl tllrlO In h th thInformation l lIltOlllol thu thuimtformnatIon
Information IltOlllol with having la llg embezzled omlczzled vmnbazlcdfront 17 17from 1
from Ora Or H Upp UPJ a I former toTler Btate Slal otrea otreagrocerymnn stiedgroceryninim t tluocerYI1I
grocerymnn luocerYI1I from tlO whom illll Iw la 11 said nltlQ nltlQhuo d dhae to tohave
have embezzled In all 11 about SOO 00 I Iwas I It ItWas
was IIS expected uxpetell that thaf ho would wOII pltm pltmguilty 1H1 ittemiduiity
guilty guil to the charge hurU thll tills mornig lurl lg bUI bUIupon tUI bulupon
upon 11101 the failure lulure of District 11Itrict Atty Aty Kloli Klolinor mel
nor 101 to agiei UGIIIto > to a u sontunco SOIQICO of one ycntHenry ycnt yenrlalry yco ycoHenry
Henry lalry did hlnol not do so IO hut took the Hint Hintutoty statUtomy lnlutoly
utoty time tle to plead und ld will llJ uppear elr bo bofote hotOIU botote
tote the court co next Wcdnunday Wedno tay morn mornIng 101 inoinlug
lug at atO nib 10 oclock to enter lib hil plea pleaHenry IlleaHenry picaHenry
Henry appeared u pealc In court very IIY neatly neattluttlred Icut1 Icut1ttred neatlyattIred
attIred ttred and Ild looked looktt the smooth 8100th shrowi shrowiuilmlnal shle shlecllllnll shmioweuhmninal
uilmlnal cllllnll which ho Is 1 belloved belu to II be b ball bII bau
all II au who have hle heard of his hlSlctOI actions wide whlcihave I Ihlo ihave
have hlo resulted Ieuled in the tlnanrini InUInl ruin rull o of
his hil former forlel employe alllloye Ora 011 13 1 Upp
When called clled before tho bar Jlr he slatty stll ll llIlnt
that Ilnt he didnt dllnt care 110 to bo represunted lrlunle1 b bnn 1JY 1JYIn y yo
nn o I attorney I 101e and that he hud spoken ti tithe to totho tothe
the county coUnl attorney aUom about ulout his hil two Cri am amwould ant and andsoultl
would like lke to consult cOIRUlt with wih Lint lII Atty ty
JSIchtior J before entering enterllg his hIl plea pleaMr Jlen JlenI ileaMi
Mr I ICIdmor glehl0r stated that he didnt
know Imo how long the prisoner Would wouliwant Wouldtunt oul oulwunt
want to talk to him hIm but Lut If he would wouliwait wOlld wOlldwult wouldsvait
wait until untl after uter the tht other Ilhcc matters matcrl bo bofore le lefOH before
fore the court were disposed of In Inwould ho howOlld Itooimlti
would wOlld grant grnl him a I consultation consultationHenry COIIUlltOl consultationIlemimy
Henry lellY eventually evcntUlly approached IPIJOI ched Mr MrElclinor MrEchlor MrTichimmor
Elclinor Echlor and Ind wanted Wlllcd to make mlke an agree agreemerit ngrlc ngrlclen agreemont
merit len with wlh him hin to plead Illead guilty gulI to tin tincharge tht thecharge
charge It the tht district dlltr ct attorney Atorney would wottlingree wouldngree OUI
ngree nlreo to ft sentence Bnlenci of one year In tin tinstates thl thestates
states llt1 prison rlHol This Air Ar filclmor mchnr re refused 10 10tused tofused
fused to do and Ind Henry then tUH declared dcdarechis
his Intention Inlenton of fighting Ightlll the case tun tunWin ulit amid amidsylil
Win I cited ell to uppvur IPIJfllf upp tt ftt II the lime tme men mentloncd menthmed mailtiomied
tloncd above Ib9 0 and IIHI enter olter his pica pleaTWO picaTWO picaTWO
Fred II I Klenke who W hui l had tmt heretofore heretoforeentered herelotore herelotoreelteed lietetoforeentered
entered elteed 11cnkc his hll plea IICI of not guilty gUIIY to tocharge I a acharge
charge of hounebreaklng IllIellcakll1 und un thVei thVeicharges thltt thitevcharges
charges of burgary appeared bcfonJudge before lIeforoJullge beforeJudge
Judge Htewnrt tudny l dl1Y to change his plot plotnnd plCnIIn plaztntl
nnd IIn enter one ot guilty to all tfij tfijchnrges tli tlihlllges tlthciunges
chnrges Attorney Wanless made madetplea a aIllel aIllea
plea for leniency In 11 behalf behiu of KleiiU KleiiUstatliig KIeiilttntldg j jlitnthlll
statliig that the th man was led Into tin tincrimes thcrimes thtcrimes
crimes by II his confederate cOIIe ernte Parker tha thahe thahe tIinIto
he hoiLh hqlL hJl tiCvcml v vrAioCAsions rtll octnslonj during his hliIncarceration hisIlIclltcernllon hisInciceratIon
Incarceration In the theloulllyjttllhown theloulllyjttllhownlgllil county jall jldI4ehoWn jldI4ehoWnsigns showi showisigns
signs ofInsanity and that the th man was waireally 110Ieall wasleaiiy
really Ieall nn ni objetft obje t of pity plt Judge Stewart Btewarithen Btewl1rlthcn Stewartthen
then sentenced him to 10llbcmonthi nix months ot otthe onIhe citthe
the charge char e of o housebreaklng and on one oniyear oneyenl oneyear
year on each en h of the three charges 01 01burglary of ofbUIgllll ofburglary
burglary The sentence onthe last tw twcharges two twoehargos twocharges <
charges nitw concurrently so that thamakes thntmakes thatninkes
makes his term of Inprlsonment on ontwo only omilyttn
two years e1t9 anti six months monthsTHHEB monthaTlIHEE monthsTIIItEI
Sam Somarlce Grlcc who was charged with th thcrime t the thecrime e eorlme <
crime of petit larceny Insteallng never neverboxes lIennboxeR seenboxes
boxes of cigars from Hnltgren Cap Capson CupBon Cap5fl
son on Dee 13 1001 entered a plea pi ell o oguilty ur urguill ofguilty
guilty nnd was aui sentenced to serve thre thremonths tllIl1110nths tiireoniontiis <
months In the county jail fitly AU Wan Wanless WalllOlls alt altless
less made n plea for a suspended sen senfence srmtence senteice <
fence In favor of Once but hutI butus us this wu washis wuhis IlS IlShili
his third offense the court eourtwns < < wns a81101 not very verjleniently VII VIIlelllllnlh veryleniently
leniently Inclined toward him After Afteisentencv AfleraenlellC Aftersentence
sentence had been ptissAd laRs d upon him hlnGrlce himOrke htimmiIrlee
Grlce wnnlid to take back bl1clhlN his plea ol olguilty or orguilt cutguilty
guilty and enter the plea of not noiguilty notIulll notguilt
guilty nnd stand trial but the court cntirirefused tol1rtretu courtrefused
refused retu ed to entertain any IInysnchmollon IInysnchmollonCASIUJs niiymnichi such motion motionCASRJHSMlSSBt motionCASIUISMISSiD
The fhensl case of Daniel PicOt charged chnre1wllh chargedwith chargedwith
with vagrancy which was appeals appealsfrom apl1lnldIrom appealedfmoiii
from the police court wasrdlsmlssei wasrdlsmlsseiupon vos dismhsseti Hltl Hltl1I110n
upon motion of defendants attorney attorneyThe nttornjln attorneyTue
The court ordered that the thlira rash h bond bondon bondon
on uppenl bo returned to tothiObondsmnen tothiObondsmnentmpon < tho bondsimr bondsimrupon bondsmnupon
upon payment by the defendant of tin tinM IhIiO 11wIto
Ito M line imposed upon him In this police policecourt II vohicecourt 011 co cocourt
court courtmo courtDlO courturn
Central Trust ProoeioiN Jrol1nmlllAlrlltlllt Acnlnst John JohnW Johnv TollnW
W v Young oun fur r nOlifS7 aO8I7287 aO8I7287The o ri72H7 ri72H7The H7 H7The
The Central Trust company con nn of New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York today filed nlf a foreclosure stilt aullngalnst lIultngnlnst stiltagaInst
agaInst John W Young and others tc tcforeclose 10toreclon toforeclore
foreclose two mortgages mortgngcshlch which were wergiven weregiven weregivehi
given to secure the payment to plnln plnlntlff plnlntift plaInttfr
tlff of J2712SO which amount by rea reason retsoh reasoh ¬
soh of the accumulationof ot Interest Interestnow
now reaches the sum sum of 50367287 Tim Thnfirst Thrst Timfirst
first rst mortgage amounting to 150ooo 150ooowns 150000WAI toooovas
vas given givenAugUst August 1 lDOOand 1000tnndparnbln 1000tnndparnblntwo payabl payabltwo pnyablto
two years enrll after date nndwas IImlwaslgne1 IImlwaslgne1liy nmtil was signed signedby
by John W V Young Luella 1 1 Young Younghis Younhis Younglila
his wife and l 10 c Ornnd Young trustee trusteeQuito IrustelQuite trusteeQuite
Quite a large amount of property WDJ WDJdescribed WII WIIdescrltJed wndescribed
described In the mortgage 1110rU l1go but by n nmistake Itrnlalnke utmIstake
mistake of the party who drew up the thfdocument thndocument thedocument
document the north half of the south southcast soulhcnllt southeast
cast quarter of section 11 township oim oimKouth 0111outh oimsouth
south of range one east was nmmlltwl nmmlltwlfrom ommltlolltlOIll ornmlitdtrain
from the th descriptions therein and andplaintiff I1nJIllalnWr anIlilaIntht
plaintiff asks that the mortgage 110rtg g be re reformed rrtormed icformed ¬
formed so as to Include that property propertyThe
The second mortgage was dated on July JulyIS
IS 1891 and was for 1121250 payable I > an antho 011thl onthe
the same date as tho firstone This Thimortgage Thilll1Iortlog8 Thisiiiortgage
mortgage covered tho same property propertynnd proprlnnll
and the same omission was wnllmnllfooll made as in intho Intho inthe
tho first mortgage and plaintiff asks asksthnt nskslint < s sIhnt
lint It bo reformed also alsoThere nlsoThere alsoThere
There are fifteen other defendants to tothe totho tothe
the sult who claim an Interest In th thproperty lime thllropelI limeproperty >
property by b reason of Judgments ob obtained lhtaillNI ohtnJned ¬
tained against John W Young You II g The Tlwplaintiff Th111nlntlll Theitlalntifr
plaintiff asks that It Its mortgages be ran ranHide IonflltIered ro roeltiered
Hide flltIered red prior Hens to those of the other otherdefendants olherdllfendllnls otherdefendants
defendants herein and 1111 that the prop propcrty proptrt propcr1
trt crty bo sold to satisfy Its claims claimsCOtMT claimCOUltT claimsCoIlitr
A T Wnlta trustee In bankruptcy of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Fraternal I Mercantile inslltutlon inslltutlonS Institution InstitutionJm
Jm S commenced suit against Frank L LBenedict I IRonNlIrt TRonetitet
Benedict to recover J30615 3Qj which whichhtnount whichItmount whIchimount
htnount was nil paid to him In violation of ofthf uttho ofthe
the tnnkiuptcy t1tkl Ulltr laws lawsDistrict lawRDlstrl lawsDistrict
District t Attorney ttorne Elchnor has filed filedInfxii tlltdhtC fliedhit
Infxii hit i ntlons ii in the following cases casesAh CllllesAlt casesAb
Ah Chin assault with a deadly fnlll well weapon well1ln nsapen
pen Andrew Murray grand larceny lareenCoagrlrt
CosgrtrfEnrlght Coagrlrt EnrIght company failure to toproperly toprofltrh toproperly
properly mark n 1 barrel containing vine vineEflr vineguir Ine Inegflr
Eflr and C D Henry embezzlement embezzlementCount tmbezzlumentConnt embezzlementp embezzlementCount
Count Tolstnl I Is Worse WorseYalta WorlloYnlta WorsaYalta
Yalta Crimea Thursday Feb FebA M MA O OA
A bulletin Issued at 9 oclock this ev evening evening cvcuing ¬
ening announces that Count Tolstois Tolstoistemperature ToI8tol8temperature Toistotstemperature
temperature was low and that he was wassuffering WASlJutrerlng wassuffering
suffering from t emn1 11 great gn f gensrl ntrr rsl we Weakn Weaknof Weakaese Weakaeseof knt kntjf
of the heart
Sanpote Valley Oregon Short ShortLino ShortLine ShortIJno
Line Assisting Inan Exodus ExoduslFTY ExodusItll ExodusI1tiY
Itll lFTY rY FAMILIES lA FAI1L LI S AllE l tE GOING GOINGShipment GOINGUhy ooiullehy
Uhy Shipment of o olonUu Irom IromThe trom11It iromitIIme
The South to AlticrU tmmiln tmmilnAnd ClIl1udnAlld CuimiidgtgAutO
And Orouon OrouonWith 0101111110Wlth OrogumiWith
With the opening up or sprlnff mill lndloutiuns 111I11Clttun milletiuuie >
outiuns are that there will bu a big liljexodus bigtuxodus 111 111QXOltUS
exodus of fitmlllw tlllQm fromSunpete from BUltpulll cOlin county cOlinty cotimity ¬
ty to Alberta Canada und Ja Orande OrandeOregon aralldllOrogoll IrundilOregon
Oregon Itullroadnten who ho havo re returned rotUrned tottirnetl
turned from that suction of Ut Utah U reportlmt report IeportIhlll reportthat
tlmt within the next sis si weeks It Is es OHtlmatcd esIhnnled esthmated
tlmatcd that thore will 111 bo at least BO BOfamilies GOtllmllle 00fitnillies
families depart fur f r the great northwest northwestThis nOlthwest1hls northwestTitle
This WIll mean In UI oomtlderablo huslness huslnessfor
for the rullroadM H an the major PortIon portloiuf
uf the fumllias are ngurlntf on taking takingthen lAklnKthell takIngthou
then faim Implements furniture and nndto andllodl andMtok
llodl to < l < along ulon with them Tlili lhl tonnano tonnanoIs
Is s to be shipped IIIJ etl at Sterling Monti ant antKbliruim allll allllH anti1ihtiiiIiit
Kbliruim H hlllllll over tho Sanpete Valley ailey am amOreiton Ililtl IliltlOregon ilittiOtegomi
Oregon Short Line LineThe Itnehe LinetIie
The he reason attributed for t f r the tliemmioo tliemmiooirtemtt move movewent 11I00Incnt
went which has been Bolng on for tor the thoJiftsi IholtL8t theiast
Jiftsi ltL8t two or three years curs In the scarcity scarcityof
of rater WI1I r and the prevalence of grass grasshoppers 1111I811hJIIIIQn lrasshtppars ¬
hoppers In Sunpeto doutity doutitySeveral cOUlltyCUlMI eoUmttyCiIlLl
CUlMI CiIlLlBOverni H gS gSflfverollnnOllnIH
Several flfverollnnOllnIH AmiuiinccincnlH or Interest InterestTo
To thin West < Generally Generallyheap 3encrallyChpnp olll1rnll
heap passenger rates to the Pacific Pacificcoast Iucillocoast laolflccoast
coast me likely 11I91 to be the rule durlnt durlntthe
mtIe the 1 e coming spring and summer r rite ThoBdnta fhllS riteHqnta
Bdnta S IIta Ve PelOull c roadB i also unnounced l yester yesterilay
day il y that every evel day Ihl 1113 during March urn urnApril ullll ullllrll
April rll that rotul Iolulould moat Would sell ell colonists coloniststltkots colol1lststlekcls coloniststickets
< tickets from mum iKilnts In Kansas lnu asOklll asOklllh Oklti Okltihonitt Okiahmila
honitt h l1a nod Colorado to common points poInts1i
M 1 1i California for P tt A A rate of 33 33t 33 33from 33from
from t m Chicago to the th Pacific coast will wilalso willntlJo willntu
also be in II pffett Thone rates are made madet mallotq
< t tq tt < J meet In et the cut of northern lines linesThe linest linesrrlme
t rrlme The Hock Island has served notice noticeoh noticeop
oh 0 op the chaIrman of the Western Pas Pasbeiiger InI 1ackiIger
beiiger I nlfer assocIation maklns a proposl proposllpn propoMIJI roposii
i lpn JI n effective for rates from rain Chicago Chicagoto
to t ci Denver Colorado SprIng mind nd Iueb Iuebq
J q amid return u 118 follows followsuute tOituMlfltte
r uute of sales July Jul 1 to 10 August 1 1CI 19o 1
Mo CI 1 l September 1 to 10 inclulsve at ati
a2a i JS Intermediate points In proportion proportionnnd
nnd June 1 to 30 JUJUly July It to 31 Augus1fi Augus tugimstIt ugllst1ft
1fi to 31 3 and September 11 tu 1C ut one onefaro 01Ultnlo vitofare
< faro plus 2 21ioposltlon 2Pio1osltIoit
1 1ioposltlon was 118 also nubmlttetl fo foastbound tor tornSI foas1boumid
< astbound nSI Oulll1 rates from Denver r Colorado ColoradoPiiPs ColorodorLng Coloradoirjigs
PiiPs rLng and Pueblo luebloot at one faro plu pluon p1UIIpns piusai
on pns sale sai l Juno une 7 711MB and R June 13 13Dnt 13DntH and nndnnd
H mid June 21 to September 12 in inelusive InelusIve inelusive
elusive Tho early selling dates cam cambound eOHtbound eastbound
bound In June takes came of the school schooteachei3 schooltellllhers schoolteachers
teachei3 Immediately Immedlal ly after school schoocloses schoolclolj schoolcIose
closes clolj
Inl os Angeles Illmill 1lcrnhtlias Bays Agreement AgreementMiule rcClIenl rcClIenllllIo
Miule vtlih Nun Pedro PedroTcstetday lclIIoYc ledmuYesterday
Yesterday Yc eldny It was learned from an anunquestionably Inunqucstlonnbl anunquestionably
unquestionably reliable source that tin tinRook lhtHook tli tliflock
Rook Island I ll1nd is backing this thisnew thlnow thist1O
new t1O railroad rallrondCoorlldo Colorado amid nll Northwest Northwestern ¬
ern erni und that already an agreement Rgr emellt
has been entered with the San Pedro PedroLos ledroLOll PedroIos
Los Angeles and Salt Lake railroad for fora
a connection with the Clark mend Into IntoLoi InloLOIi IntoLou
Lou Angeles and San Pedro The Th two twonoy twontV
noy 11 < 1 railroads combined form another anothertranscontinental nlluthertrnnlJ anothertraneomitlnemitut
transcontinental trnnlJ < unttnonllll line with Us western westernterminus Weslern10rlllttUI westerntoriulpu1
terminus In this city cityTlu ellyTh cItyThu
Tlu > Rock Islands western limit limitformerly IlInlttOll limitfommerly
formerly tOll lerly was Lynum Colo Cob a few miles mileseastof I1110seBBt titheseaotof
eastof eBBt of Denver Recently Jtli ntl a right of ofwy IIfWilY atwity
wy Into Denver was secured nnd lat later lator hator ¬
or a connection wns 111 made with the theColorado theCulo theColorado
Colorado Culo rnllo Northwestern railroad u uHhortllne 11IhorUln ashort
Hhortllne short line extending from liotilder six sixturn sIxt sixten
turn t n miles West of Denver to Ward Wardthnt WaldIhnt aid aidthat
that IN known as the Switzerland SwitzerlandTrail BwltterI nll nllfrail
Trail Colonel 9 II Dick of Mead Meadvllle MeadIII Meadvilk
vllle III Pa was the promoter and build builder bulker ¬
er of tho Switzerland 1 Trail Ills Illsntnblllon 111111IIrJlllon Illsnirbltlon
ntnblllon from the > first was to extend extendtha extl1l1dthl extendthe
the mend over the Rocky mountains mountainsthiough mounlalnsthtollgh mountainsthiough
thiough northern Colorado Colon llo nnd to Salt SaltLnki SuitIukl SaltLmikt
Lnki Surveys for the line were madethree made malll1Ihreo madethree
three yenrs ago and since then agents agentshavp agentsImavp i ihll
havp hll been In the field obtaining conces concessions call comicesslonS CEllI CEllIIIloM ¬
sions from the government for rfght of ofway otWilY ofway
way over government lands and for forpassage forlialHugO farpassage
passage through private 1 property propertyU
It la claimed that with the Colorado ColoradoNorthwestern Colorat1oNorlhwestern ColoradoNorthwestern
Northwestern completed nnd the theconnection theconlotloll theconneotlomi
connection with the Clark road made madethe I11ndethe madetime >
the Vnndeibllt system > m will have the theshortest th thIIhorltst theshortest
shortest line across the continent by bymore bymora bymore
more than 200 00 mllesLos mlles Los Angeles Her Herald Iternld 11crald ¬
Sail Pedro Hald to bo 0 FlRiirlnR PI IIltlJ on onIliilldlnjj anItuhhtihmig
Iliilldlnjj 1111111 Into Umcry UmcrySpecial HnleryfJpeclal LnIerySpecial
Special Correspondence CorrespondencePrice once onceIrlco
Price Utah Fob I o ZlCounty Clerk ClerkDonaldson ClerkDonnlilson CierkDomialdeon
Donaldson of Carbon county coun u w wl1011 wl1011Clerk well ll as asClerk asClerk
Clerk Anderson of Emory county have havereceived hlLerecolcd liaereceived
received n communication from Dr J JK JIt 3IC
K W V Bracken right of wny ny agent for forthe torthe forthe
the Sun Pedro rond asking about re reductlonsfor reductlotlstor reductlthisfor
ductlonsfor abstract work on right of ofwaynnd ofnyond ofwaynnd
waynnd other properties troperti In their coun counties COuulies coumities ¬
ties which Is taken to mean that time thoIos IheToOl timeLos
ToOl Angeles An ollH line Is coming this thl way wayfor waytor wayfor
for coal rho GllsonJlllner syndi syndicate symullcate 11111 11111cote ¬
cate has secured securel thousands of acres acresalong Bernnlon acresalong
along nlon the mountain to the tii north and andwest allllwe antiwest
west we t of Price and they have all along alongtalked ulongtallIed alongtalked
talked In a mysterious way of n rail railrond railrond railroad
rond coming In from Nepnl to develop developthese fltvclopthest developthese
these beds It may 1 IIf that trl t the two moliavte two1IIi1 twoliav
liavte some eom connection They have havealways hnoaloYII havealiPnys
always claimed to liuve an n easIer Molcrgrade tulerrrnde easIergradeoverthlo
grade gradeoverthlo over the mountains than the Itlo ItloGrande JtloOrnlde ItloQrancl
Grande Western has at Soldier Sum Summit SummIt SummIt ¬
flll1m n AND Nl UAIU UAIUAH It hlIhAll 11 11Allrnlr
AH Allrnlr railroad nd offices will close e at noon noontomorrow noontomorrow noontomorrow
tomorrow tomorrowTe
Te visiting I8I lng Missouri Pacific Pacificwill olllIal14 olllIal14wllst1rt ofhicialswill
will wllst1rt start for home tomorrow night nightCashier nlihtCublcr nightCaehier
Cashier W V V J Colton of the Rio nioGrande RioOrBllde RIoIrande
Grande Western left for the East to today todll today ¬
day dll
O leorg orge Feaklns Fe klns of the Colorado Mid Mldland Midland 1I11 1I11land
land hall returned from bis trip to toIdaho toMnho toIdaho
Idaho IdahoThe Mnhoho <
The ho Rio Grande has h s put In a rate of ofone ofone ofone
one faro for the round trip from Utah Utahpoints UlnhpoInts UtahpoInts
points to Denver for the American AmericanCnttlegrowers AmerlcltnCnttltJrQ AmericanCattlegroWrs
Cnttlegrowers CnttltJrQ rl convention March 1 6 6The 6The 6Fbe
The tickets tI kols will be on ale March 2 and
3 and will be good ood until March 20 20nrn 20orn 20flrnsearnings
nrn flrnsearnings s earnings for tho 1110 Grande GrandeWuttrn arllndWtm OrandeWestern
Western for the lb fourth wick In Janu J u uT ¬
T 1 IT
cry were JUTW an a Inoreiuo of 47300 47300Fur 7SQOI5ur
Fur the period of the llscal 11ev yo ycwr lfIr r from fromJuly trAlIJlllyl rout routJuly
July Jlllyl 1 1001 to 0 lUll II 1 1W JWC00 JWC00an 310II 3lVC00 3lVC00till OO
A native of aiMtwrland 8w nd immad miamntibuck Ilolir Ilolirbach nohrbuoh
bach tills inntnlnir appeared before beforeJudito hCOI1lJullno beforeJudge
Judge Qtewurt rt nub llh the Idea III view 61 61noourlng 6fftocllring OfetteitHng
noourlng naturnlUatlon halide I > allel Aftfet Aftfetn
n few te questions had been OO II asked lilfi lilfihonor hui
honor doetned It tXlledlellt xpe < Ueiit to deny th thapplication lhI11PIlIlIon this thisapplIcation
application nl the some time he ad adtnonlihed 111lIIonlltd adiiiOnhiiletl <
tnonlihed Ilohrbacli toVmnlllarUe him himself 111mlelt him himseit
self with the Constitution amid govern government foernInolll ¬
ment of this thl country Despite the Ih hue net fnsttlmt tnctthat netthat
that the Ille Iie applicant hiss hftLllItd lived In Anurlon Anurlonfor tllerluAtOj
for ci tho past five yearn It was shown shownupon shoWnIlhiOn hOWupon
upon questioning him him tlmt th t he Imd hlllltJI hlllltJI1VII tiovei tioveieven iiUSloven
even road the Constitution and furtlwt furtlwtthat urlhelIhl1t urtlisihint
that ho did not nullvtl cviii fv ti know l < the minute ol olthe oCIht ofthe
the pratent governor of Utah UtahUNIVERSITY ltlthUNIVERSITY UtahSn
There was wa an adjoin atijoumned ned metttni tills tillsafternoon thlaflernoon thiiaftermioon
afternoon ut tin D DeIIet iom Natlaiml NatlalllllllulIl NatlalllllllulIlot bunk bunkof
of the unlv unllltulty rslty rnonu tu open the thebids thlIIldR thebIds
bids for or the icoonstructlon of the but bUll bUlled ti tied ¬
ed physical building of the university universityThere ullherlltIwr uuiitetsityTltttme
There Wet wesent President Kln KlnlIur IimiMa IimiMabury e ebury
bury lIur Wnldemnr Van Im COlt Kranl KranlPierce 1rl1I11leree 1runkPierce <
Pierce Mrs Little and Secretary eeiatttm Al All Allebi
l 1811 n with Architect S 0 Dalian Tho Thobids Thululds 111IIhls
bids wet found to be aa follows Alex Alexunder Alexunder Iex Iexundor
under McDonald 1711 UVI Oliver Ilodg Ilodgson
son 19CW Snit Lake lIulUlliiB lIulUlliiBManufacturing lIulhlllllManlltllcturln lhulltlIiigMuuitttttettmring
Manufacturing company rOIn Ill ny M2200 n2 OO An Andrew Anilreu 11 11lire ¬
drew lire Orunfor JISSlSi t8iS Asper Al lftr Noall Noallcompany Noitiicommiptmny A Acompany
company J179W Oetirge Ofur etire W Mlckel ltcltelI7m
I7m 17 < 0 T J P J Armstrong 19m 4 > 0 Tlwbids rite rhoJIIIs ritebids
bids do not Include hcutlnit plumbing plumbingwiring J1Iumlllllgwlllnil iilunmithiiglring
wiring or cleaning the > wails IncUul IncUulIng IlIcllll111111hls Imiciudlug
lug 111111hls this would bring blln the minimum 11I111 hIlum coal coalup cuulUII costUi
up to 12000 112000The 12000The 12000The
The bids were nrterrtd to thin build buildIng IllIldIlIg Iutuiit1lug
lug commmlttuo for uxamlimtlon wIth wltliInstructions wllh11I81rucllons wIthinstructions
Instructions to report nt u mooting tcbe to totJe tobe
be held Monday afternoon No action actionwas 1I0tlonWUH itOtiotiwail
was taken ttil < emi on the cemetery reservation reservationmlxup re40lltlonmIxup reortatIonimtlxUp
mlxup and anllill In vlaw vl of he recant entry entryof
of the Miners home location Into the thocontroversy theconlroerllY tim timcontroversy
controversy tho Ito regentu hardly 1111I11 know knowwhero knowhelo knoewltema
whero they are at atIBIIHU lithllao ittiNaso
IBIIHU Duly DulySan lInl 111111A II lt ltSnll
San Quentln Cnl Feb 51 2lTlnnc Isaac Da Daly DttIy Daly ¬
ly was nll hanged nt 1055 oclock this thismorning thllmorning thIsiuormihmug
morning for the murdor of Lemuel LemuelJlcttH JAmuollIettli LomuciJiottim
JlcttH In Kings county on July 10 1900 1900llrlllsh 1900ItrJtlRh 1000hellish
llrlllsh Nnvnl LsilnmirN LsilnmirNLondon l Isi slhnRtHLondollleb Imumales ImumalesLontlommjPeb
London Londollleb Feb l JTho Tlio naval ostlnmtos ostlnmtosfor osllmn to totor
for VJ0203 Introducud In the house o ocommons of ofcommons ofcommons
commons today show aho a total of J31 J313MOOO 31
356000 us compared with J30mOOOII1H 30sr6OOC 30sr6OOClant 30ST6000last
last t year yearKnnung ol1r ol1rItnllllll8 I Iltnuisuis
Knnung PopnllKtH lOIIllIl 11I In iiiTopeka ConlVreiicc ConlVreiiccTopeka Confrcllccopekn
Topeka Nan Fob 21 2tSocrnl Several hun hundred hUllt1red huntIred >
tIred delegates ot the Ito Populist part partIn JlartyIII
In Kansas J nllsos mot In conference hero to today to1I0y today
day The object Is to decide upon tin tinfuture tiletUIUIO lie liefuture
future policy of the party In this state stateThe 81nlo1he stateTin
The leader of the party as a rule rulefavor rueCavor rulefavor
favor going Into the Democratic party partybut I1nrtyhut partyhUt
hut recognizing that this action would wouUcause wouldlnllllO
cause all sorts of opposition and pos poslbly posvlbl poevibly
lbly vlbl a IIlJpllt split In the party Jnrt they have de deelded t1echlNl declued
clued to work for tim compromise men mensure meuallre meaMire
sure of waiting until after tho Demo Democrats Democlats Demoemate
crats nominate their ticket and then theiendorsing thenelldorslng titanendorsing
endorsing It If It Is satisfactory satisfactoryIndian satlstactoryIncUn satisfactoryImimhian
Indian Appropriation lllroplllltllnUIlI Itlll Passed PassedWashington tlnncdWoshlllglon 1istII
I Washington Feb BhTheTfibujo 21rrh 2iTtm4li Tiollso U5o to today 10day today
day passed l > the Indian appropriation approprlntloibill
bill The house parsed n resolution resolutloiproviding resolutionproldln resoiUtlonproviding
providing for nn Investigation of SIC SICNnrdlns MINnrllln M MNnrdInim
Nnrdlns relations to the Slioshono In Indlan Indilln Indma
dma school schoolTnxon schoolrAXOn schoolTaxon
Tnxon Freight rrclglmtLhmeiitliieomiatittitlofliml rrclglmtLhmeiitliieomiatittitloflimlSt MncBlfncoiifttltntlonn MncBlfncoiifttltntlonnSt Mncli Uncon IItltlonnl IItltlonnlSt
St Paul Feb 21The supreme court courltoday cOUlltodllY courttoday
today declared unconstitutional th thlaw the thoIllw thelaw <
law placing a two per pent tax on the tinproperty theJIIOl1erty thepmoperty
property of freight lines The court couriholds courtholds ourtholds
holds that the lie law makes iineqtm iineqtmtaxation IInelllnltnxatlon unequaltaxation
taxation The decision was In the case ensiof tRseof caseof
of the state against tim CnnaOlan Cat Cattie Cntlie CattIe
tie car AI company an action to collect collectsum II IIHUm aumurn <
sum of money alleged to be due at attaxes alltnxes astaxes
taxes taxeslllltli tnxesJlhth taxesiiltli
lllltli Kohpol Students on Strike fltrlkrMansfield fllrlkrManllfielll StrikeMansfield
Mansfield 0 Feb 21Ono hundred hundrednnd hundrodnlll1 hundredamid
amid thirty high school pupils hue Ir Irtebelllon In18belllon liiielehlion
tebelllon against the orders of tin tinboard thobou thuboamd
board Of f education forbidding the wear wearIng wenrInlt troarIng
Ing of class clcolorl colors were locked out outfrom outtrom outfrom
from school hool today All wore colors In Inopen IIIIItlen litalien
open defiance A wholesale whnle nlc expulsion expulsionIs
Is anticipated The doors nnd win windows 1111CIOWH vhumilowim ¬
dows of the high school building wore woresmeared woreIIIMnred woresmnenred
smeared With black paint ll Int during the thenight thoIIIJht timemiighmt
night nightMrdloal IIIJhtIollloni miighmttIetiIoal
Mrdloal Men tri Intrstlgatn ImicstlgsteNan Cmicrr CmicrrNew CnneNNel
New York Feb 31 211ho Theofllclnl officlnl heads headsnf
nf the medical profession 1IIfo lolI of otOnt Grant Brit Britain IkItgIn ¬
ain are determined to unite for n sys systematic syslomalle eyetematic ¬
tematic Investigation In 81lglllloll Into the causes cnusoHthe lnU8011the causestIme
the prevention and the treatment > nt of ofcancer ofcancr ofcancer
cancer according to the London corro correspondent corroIIllonlllnt corrospontlent ¬
spondent of the Herald HeraldThe Heroldrhp
The king has given countenance to tothe 10the totime
the movement and It Is likely Interest Interesting InlerestIng Interestlutg ¬
ing developments will 111 follow shortly shortlyTho ShOItJth shioitlyThin
Thin th dev810l1mtnls councils cOUl1e III of the royal college of ofsurgeons otIIUrteonl ofsurgeons
surgeons nnd the royal college of physi physicians IIIIY81elann phuysiclans ¬
clans have adopted a mjoInt Joint resolution resolutionempowering 18110luUOIIenll10wll1g iesoiutlomtemtupowerhmig
empowering delcjatcw to draw drawuII up n de detailed detallld dotailed ¬
tailed scheme of work Sir William WilliamChurch Will WilliamChurch In 111 111Church
Church Sir Wllllnm Drondbent and nndother andothor andother
other equally known men met on the thecommittee thecommlttoe liecommIttee
committee committeePurohnitc commlttoeIlIrohaCl commItteeiirchisae
Purohnitc < i Ktiropraii Stock StockStockholm fllookHBtoekholm SlacksStockholm
Stockholm Feb 11 2JAccotllllllf According to the theTldnlngen liltTldnlltgn timeTldnhiigen
Tldnlngen the United Un 111 States steal Steolcorporation Sleolcorpuratlon stealcorporatloim
corporation has purchnwd Il > nearly lIellr all allthe allthe allthe
the share IIho 1I of tIle Uelllvnre Or Ore com company vomnpany Qtnpany ¬
pany at the nominal price of 0000000 0000000jtronor 0000000kronor 0000000kronor
kronor It nddA nd that the steel cor corporation corIloration Oarhloratlon ¬
poration will 11I tike ov cyst i the workings workingsof
of the North Swedish minis In the th au autumn autumn nutuunn ¬
Two Girls Aophyxlniril AophyxlnirilPhiladelphia lih3IntcillThIiadelphta lrJIarfl lrJIarflIhiladelllhla
Philadelphia Feb tllUrte rJ lart Ilojahm Ilojahmtged nojalnnaged Itojahuinaged
aged 19 years lftra and Llsiln Kloiteror rqoa lror 27 27employed 27I 7 7employed
I employed in th tite restaurant n of Jacob JacobHew J II IIIfItII
Hew 2701 Germantown avenue hUO were werefound werefound el eltound
found lead Ileal1ln < In bed till morntof mOllllo liavlrg liavlrgbeen havl havlbotll havlrgbeemi
been ophxlnted by b BUS as 1hrlll 1hrlllrooll1II The Tli glrln glrlnroomed urIsroomnetl
roomed together lo ther and amid the w as escaped eecapedfrom escapedfront aped apedtrom
from n register In the room roomMatt roomIatl roomMutt
Matt Hunter Hnutcnucd fur Iirlili IirliliD UIV UIVDCS ItlODee
Dee D I Moines Iowa Feb 21Matt 21MattHunter flMattIlimnter 1IIUHunler
Hunter wns 18 given a life sentfme by bylodge byJLII1 byJudge
lodge JLII1 e Parish at Mount Ayr r thl8 till morn mornIng mornInlt mornlag
lag for the murder of Homer Holland Hollandsov ItelialmdNov
No Nov sov 9 The sentence Is I the limit limithit limitthat limitthat
that win be ImpoMd fomurdor to muII1f1r In the thesecond thoI timeBecond
second I ond degree the verolct that WM WMturned we wereturned
turned IIturn d The murder WAS 18 a result resultit
it a quarrel over a gamp of craps crapsHolland crapfllIoll1nll crapsholland
Holland was a noted 110t 1 college athlete athletePaulnrn athletelI1UIH athleteZamisem
Paulnrn lI1UIH Cue Dcnfiiloii Alllnnoil AlllnnoilSprlnglleld tlhhrnmemlSprliigfleld tIIrmltSpringlltld
Sprlnglleld Ill Fcbfll l eJoI1The The supreme supremetourt IIUpnllrirourt supminecourt
court today tolla aUrmd the decision of ofhe IIrlhe atthe
he Cook county criminal court In the theml thean thisease
an ease ml of Win M 1 Pnulnn nnnMent ore silent of ofho ottho atthe
ho Cohtral Trust Trualltnd and Savings rompn rompnty
ty who WHS convicted con lelerl of readying d dwsltc de de1o081 deposits >
posits 1o081 when he knew the bank was al In Inolvtml Inohcnt Insolvent
solvent and sentenced to the Jollet JolletMnltentlary JllIetpenltenllar JohietpemmItentlar
Mnltentlary The court U I uf the ojiln ojilnon oNnIon o1lflion
Ion on that Idulwn WaS 1 R party at Its Itsonceptlon Itlonceptlon itsconceptton
onceptlon to n whem to il Ietull fr ud by byLcceptlng byaccej byaeceptimig
Lcceptlng accej > tlng as cash payment on nib itibecnlptions nibcrlptlons ub ubMlrlpton
crlptlons on stock the MeU I of ofianklne otbanklnll atbankIng
bankIng Institutions which he henww heknllVt heknew
knew nww were In pact worthies and that thatle thathe thathe
he le was cognisant of lois bosses sustained sustainedy
by > y this operation o ratloD
u r
Qteat teaf Upheaval UpheavalThrough UpleaYalTllTOUgll UPI2eaVaiThrough
Through Spain SpainBarcelona <
Barcelona Situation ImprwingtMartial 1 Law Proclaimed Proclaimedrff
vii Tarragona Madrid Wotfunen Favor Srilers Srilerstiiokrs Slrilters1Ioiers IrikcrsfIj
fIj tiiokrs okn clllacli Jesuit JeslIltCollcgc College a al SaragossaIalian SaragossaIalianaichisfs Allti Alltimcusls Attizciisfs <
aichisfs Arrive Jrl e al Savilla SavlllcScrlolls Seeious Conflict hI Valencia
Madrid Feb Pe JI JIAcct1rdlt Accdrdlng to this thlHmoinlng8 IhlHmOInlng thisitiounings
moinlng8 advices allI from Unrotlnim the theKltuatlon Ih thmNittiatlii
Kltuatlon there > Is improving though thoughU
It In I HUll threatening An 1 effort t sill III
be made today to resume ordinary ordltillryavo ordltillryavoolltlOI1 ordinitryavootitlons uvo uvoctitlons
ctitlons ctitlonsThe olltlOI1The otitlonsTime
The most stringent measure have havebeen hl
been lJ ell prepared pr pl1r1ll to protect trnlllo and andbusiness 111111hUIIIl1a ntiiibtishiie
business The strike have few fewrllles fewrlles fewtitles
rllles but are nr well supplied with withVoivois rovelvet ro 11volvols
velvet H and dungera dungeraThe
The 1h search of suspected lc IIOUSB h
IHP US98 con continues canthiitiu on ¬
tinues remiltlni III n the Ih arre arrest t oC oClnruo oClnruol1umll l Ifirgo Ifirgoiiuunbems rgo rgoimmborB
immborB l1umll H of anarchists and revolution
Ms of all kinds who ho arc conikjerrd conikjerrdto
to bo the Itt prime movers In the troubles troublesThe truubI9Tho tremtmblemmThe
The cosmopolitan character of llarce
Irma makes It a resort for to repwsonta
mwi of all the revolutionary element
III hiuoptf 1 IIIOI and the rankH of tho mm mmcontent 11I11edlltllnt mnahvmineimt
content workmen havo been swelled by
French und u nIl other foreign political aul ttglatoms
tutors Tho Republicans nr Are busy
among tho troop urging them not to touse toIIse touse
use their arms against their own class
In defense of ofTim plutocrnls plutocrnlsThe plUlool lt ltTllo
The working people of Madrid favor
th Ihe strlkeni strlkeniMartini 1111111111MallInl
Martini law has been piqalalmcd 1I at
Tariiigona rite BtilUo U spreading
In time Llobiignt rlobl IAI and Cnrdona valleys
1 There here In a tpnoial lie 11010 1 cessation of work workat suikat ulk ulknt
at caslellon do tb In Pinna 11 n 1111 and 111111100 gravo and andmuch Inll1Iueh itmimntucli
much excitement prevails at Uaua UauaForces liritea1orcos
Forces of gendarmes have been dis dispatched IisPatchIed II III1l1lclle1 ¬
patched to those places placesDelegates plncesUelolfllles placesIelogtttee
Delegates from tIm labor societies of ofPornKOfwa ofSOlalfOllIa ofSamagossa
PornKOfwa have visited IAllll the governor und
dovlured themselves opposed to the thestrike theetilice
strike strikeTho 1111119lie etiliceFlue
Flue lie premier Senor Baraeta 81 1111 Sill nn nnnounced on onnOllnced nitnotmmmeed
nounced today that the chambers will willnot will1I0t willmiot
not be prorogued unload Ito opposition oppositionobstructs oPllOlllIolobstrllets oppositIonobstructs
obstructs the governmunts action by bycontinually II IIcontilluall bycoitthmmunlly
continually raUIng debate > I on tho pres present 11resent vresemit ¬
ent labor trouble in Spain SpainTen Bruinfell Spainru
Ten anarchists havo been nrrcnted nrrcntedhere IIrre nrrestetlhere tel telhoru
here and others othellllru ore under turvelllance turvelllanceThe
The working people of Madrid remain remainquiet lomal1qUiet remaInquiet
quiet qUietlJAYONETS
Hnrcelonn larcelon7t Feb I ell 21 2lTho Tho predom predominance 7ireiominanro Jret1omInnnee ¬
inance of bayonets time has hail hall due ef effect effect offect ¬
fect and the thot1lost most turbulent spirits have havobtcn haveIIten havebeen
been driven off the th streets strcotaOutwardly slrertsOUlworJy streetsOutwardly
Outwardly tlw tI J city Is resuming nn nnaspect nnaSllcot anaspect
aspect of comparative quiet qul l The lead leading IOl lendlug 1 1InA ¬
lug citizens clU ons are Joining the military and andcivil nlldcivil andcivIl
civil authorities In restoring ord order r Tim Timcaptaingeneral rhllcaptnlngellCml rItacnptnliigeiiemni
captaingeneral has ordered the news newspapers IIOWSpapers muowspapers ¬
papers to resume publication Ilublien tlop nnd 1ms 1msInstructed1 hnsIn ImasInstrmmctedtIirOntiereottulhio1ehh
Instructed1 In InstrmmctedtIirOntiereottulhio1ehh InstrmmctedtIirOntiereottulhio1ehhdes t rll ct ttl < hTowier h Iuera ot1U ftubllflAphl ftubllflAphlden bIIO tn I Icle1
den to ngaln engage In their Ihtlrrel1ulllr Ihtlrrel1ulllrwork regular regularwork regularwork
work If the printers rlnt 1 refuse to work worktheir worktholr worktheir
their names nnd residences nre to be behanded behllllded belinmided
handed to Die captaingeneral eaptnimigneraiwIll v who whowill wllowill
will deal with Ith thorn All drivers de declining declining dochlmihmig ¬
clining to tnko tn kl out vehicles will be de deprived deJlrlell doPrIved ¬
prived of their license licenseWEVLER IIconsesWFLFlt lIcensesw1vI4Eit
London Feb 21 2111 It Is announced In Ina Ina liia
a special dispatch from rain Mmrid that thatflen IhatOen thatlen
len Weyler fI ler the war minister u 1 urg urging urgIlK urglog ¬
IlK the queen legent to give rfm rim a free freehand treDIUIIl1 freelumumd
hand In dnallng wtlh tho rebels leb l In InCatelonla InCntelnnln litCatelonla
Catelonla anti that Premier Sawiata Sawiatathreatens SIlfn81 SIlfn81thrllens Sacnelathreatens
threatens to resign reMI 1 If Gen Weyler teism a re request rllIue8t tolUest ¬
quest Is granted The iueon < regent Is Isfluid IsIIlthl isenkh
fluid to favor Ian Woylars plan planAdvices luauAdvioss 11111
Advices 111011 n received > ei lviHl heie direct cJ rocl from fromBllboa tromDllllol1 fromflhlboa
Bllboa Valladolld rorunnn orullnn Oljon and andother anllolher antiother
other Industrial center of Spain show showHint show1I11t showlint
Hint the attitude nf if the miner and andother alII alIIothor aildother
other workers Is distinctly threatening threateningThe tllN1lllenhlThe
The greatest excitement prcvnilflovciy IJrovnllfl CCIy
London I F Feb b SlLon nos noteberyli noteberyliIIIIIIOUI1COIIIOllt floseberysittuoUneomuOmit bcry8 bcry8nnnouncement
nnnouncement of his Until separation separationfrom
from rOIll Sir Henry Campbellllnnnermans Campbellllnnnermansbecllon
becllon IIc lon of the Liberal party forms a atrultful ItIIulttul aiiimhtfui
trultful topic for editorial article rllel and andtor andlor antilot
lot dlsruMlon llll uC lllon III all Barters of Or Great OreatIIrlnln GreatliritaIn eat eatJlrltaln
Jlrltaln One of the most notifiable notifiablephases notlclILlophllle mtotlcblephases
phases > 8 Is the curious effect the letter letterproduced lottorrroduced letterrrodued
produced on tho wording ford In ot The Times Timeseditorial Timestdltorlnl fllllllSldllorlAI
editorial on the subject lubj t Ita friendli friendliness Irlendlllieu friondulliege ¬
ness to the lie expremier might easily be beexplained IecXJllolUetl bex1ilnIited
explained on the iii ground of Unionist de delight deItght tielmghut ¬
light at n definite d ftnll split In n the oppo OllIJd OllIJdlion 011051ticet l ltidii
lion ranks Its declaration that what whatthe whatthe wtmattIme
the country wants t ii not a brand new newt newtt newtt
t tt t of principles but a new ne It > t of men mencapable mencapablll mencapable
capable of replacing the th present act actwithout lletwlthoUI setwithout
without upsetting the policy of the em emIlrf em1lrl emlire
lire precede the nlgnltloAiit demand demandthat tInlllnIhat ditmanillhi
that lhi Laid Itotfberys party must prove provethat ptOetltat prove119t
that they fan t tIf trusted to Infuse Infusebusiness InfuseLUllne Infusebusiness
business energy and capacity Into the theprosecution theIIN theIrommemmton
prosecution IIN > Rlutloll of the hit Imperial policy policyIf 10110It
If The Times Tim says lie fruition fruitionof
of the efforts In that direction may mayteem mayOOtll mtui3fecuit
teem to be remote wo can only say sayUUKAl layltUItAll sayltUItAli
American Forks FfltksClahhll ills Chilim tollo o bo Invest InvcsHeaver InCSIIIatcll InvestI
IIatcll I Heaver 1iCttVfh1OStiiiflSLerillht 1iCttVfh1OStiiiflSLerillhtspeiaI Poslmnstcrslili Poslmnstcrslili8p >
< 8p 81101al ctal to the News NewsWashington NewJWuhlngton NewWashIngton
Washington D I C Pib Ii 21Uepre 21Uepretentative 2IItepreIIlIlativl 21llepreiiitativs
tentative Sutherland has raeommonded raeommondedHenry reoommnl3I1lnry reoomnmnmiedhenry
Henry Harris w imlmuter at Beaver BeaverHarris DlJIverlIarrl heaverharris
Harris Is I strongly trol IJ Indorwd ll by local Re Republican Hepublican Repubhlcend ¬
publican and nl1 leading citizen of Ilwiv Ilwivr oov oovn
n r lot Go Wells and nd the chairman ot tho thottat tlotate
tate Republican commltt commlttIn
In reply to a letter ot Mr MrSutherland 3frSuthrland Mrsutherland
Sutherland to Wllllnm K An Annln Allnln AnsIn
nln Inspector I rtlvec tor In charge of the therural theiiirl
rural free r delivery service about nboutthe RboutIhe aboutthe
the establishment of rural free delivery deliveryat
at American Pork and other olhIce placM lmhac Mr MrAnnln MrAmmnln tr trAnnln
Annln telegrnphed that there Is no noagent noaent noaxent
agent available at present j to tend ftn to toInvestlBntii toIn8t1I1Jtt tohiivetttigitt
InvestlBntii and establish the Ih same but butwould lIutwould butwould
would s send nd one u soon as aspouible aspouibleVOTMASTlHt2 < i IHlbl IHlbllOITIAS1RS > o slbl slblPOSTMASTERS
Postmasters appointed R C Pinny Pinnyvice llnnrvi Pinnyvice
vice vi L A Johnson resigned George Georgetown QtorJetowlI Georgetowmi ¬
town Kane county Utah II D Maker Makervie IJukerIee linkervIce
vie Iee IJrustux Curtis Hr deocesed Bar Barton Jartall liartoit ¬
ton Ouster county Idaho IdahoPENSIONS IdahoPESSIOSS IdahoPENSIONS
Utah penalonsIa peDslonllDllftlaud reased Ltuilntoa
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where wh lo nrd the general situation Id ex ¬
tremely Brave The gnrrliom of flue fluigo HUrfUII flueos
go fUII os and Vlttorlo have ha been ordered tn tr trbu tovu
bo III mulln 11111111111111I M to start for Saruguwa Saruguwant
nt u moments notice All the railroads railroadsarc
arc guarded by troops troopsFORTY troo1JsIOHIY troopsiowry
Hnrcelonn Thursday Feb l tb 20orty
parsons linvc been In klllwl since the dix disturbances dl dlIUrllanclt dixturbances ¬
turbances broke out here rime strik strikers elrlllers atrlkera ¬
ers today attacked II the nil In un n amtempt
tempt 1 IIIJlt to rescue their Imprisoned com comrades comtildOH cantritdes ¬
rades but they th went e1 repulsed by the thatroops thJtroops thetroope
troops after a number st t Hoters had
been killed or wounded woundedThe w woimmideilThe
The ordinary necessaries of life are nrofalling arefalling
falling and the lie distress Is becoming a artmtuuted oeuntuated <
rtmtuuted The strikers are saId a bo boreceiving hareceIvIng
receiving large sums of money from fromLondon tromLondon
London LondonIn
In the neighboring towns the disturb disturbances dlxttmtbaloes ¬
aloes uro spreading and Increasing Increasinggravely increasinggravely
gravely gravelyEMPLOYERS gravelyEMPLOYERS
AORI513 AORI513Cnotellon
Cnotellon da la Pinna SpaIn Feb it itTho 31rIte
rIte employers and their employed employedreached emploostouched
reached an understanding this after afternoon ¬
noon and Ohio strike hero la ended endedJESUIT endedJVSt71V
Snrafjossa Hpaln Feb 21Rloters 21Rlotersattacked 21RIotersattacked
attacked the Jesuit college h hero ro last lastnight lastnight
night Tho fathers fln fired d on the mob mobbcllovlng mobbeiievinmg
bcllovlng their assailants to be thieve thieveCONFLICT thIevesCONFLICT
Valencia Spain F Deb b 21In a tccfllct
hero yesterday between rioters ami tha thapolice thupOllee
police thr three fl persona wore wounded woundedFourteen woundedIoUrteen
Fourteen arrests were made madeANARCHISTS muttleANABCILIWFS
VILLU VILLUSavllle V111L1jSavliIe
Savllle Spain Feb JlA number of ofItilliin ofItulIan
Itilliin anarchIsts have arrived hero heroTho heroThtti
Tho authorities have taken all time nec necessary ¬
essary precaution to prevent an out outbreak outbreak ¬
break breakINCITING breakINCITING
Ullbao Spain Feb 2IA number of ofanarchists 41anarchists
anarchists have arrived hero with this thoobject thisobject
object of Inciting a strike Tho HooUi HooUiIHIB Soiaisis
isis have refused to cooporate In the themovement theinovenment
Hpndayo France Feb 21P 2iPeple 2iPeplewho ople oplewho
who have arrived here from Bnrngoagu BnrngoaguSpain SutragoasaSpain
Spain bring alarming reports of th thsituation ii iisituation > >
situation there They say the working workingpeople workinicPeoPle
people hive thrown in their lot with withihtlrJatulunlaiuponiriidcs wIthTheiapnammoqtrndegmm
ihtlrJatulunlaiuponiriidcs and G tlmt tma lliu lliuthrtiatcmng 11U3thtratUiilAg
thrtiatcmng attltum of the arlJrs line huscaused linecaused
caused the flight of the richer famlllii famllliiTlie fnmhliTime
Time civil administration of the whole wholeprovince wholeprovince
province of Haragoami has been taken takenover takenover
over by the military mnliltaryauthorltiee mnliltaryauthorltieeItJWORTSSAID authorities authoritiesREPORTSSAID
ATED ATEDLondon ATEDtommdoi
London Feb 20 Dispatches received receivedfrom receivedtrain
from Barcelona and Madrid and from fromvarious fromvarious
various frontier towns In close touch touchwith touchwith
with the scenes of the disturbances In InHrmln inSpain
Spain quite discredit the sensational sensationaldispatch sensationaldispatob
dispatch to th this Exchange Telegraph Telegraphcompany Telegraphcompammy
company saying that a fierce battle had hadbeen hadbeOn
been fought between the troops and andrioters andrioters
rioters In a suburb of Dnrcelona lint tlmtthe linttIme
the nrtlllury raknl street after street streetand streetand
and that ItO 00 peoplo were reported to tohavo tohave
have been killed or wounded on both bothsides bothsIdes
sides As a matter of fact up to lost lostevening lastvenlng
evening the total number of persons personskilled pereonmeklllod
killed throughout the disturbances was wasonly witsonly
only 40 a
It nmy come sooner than anybody cx cxreels extrots <
reels reelsTho trotsThe
The cryptic utterances have started startedrumors startedrumors
rumors of a now coalition between th thUnionists thmUnionists
Unionists and Imperialistic Liberals Liberalsunder Liberatetmpder
under the leadership of tho Duke of ofDevonshire ofDevonshIre
Devonshire and Lord Rooabery besides besidestho beal4eathe
the po iosibIe lll defection of The Times In InIts litItim
Its support of tile present Rovernmcn RovernmcnSomething govarnmnenrSoritetitlng
Something of tMn la visible In Th ThGlobes The TheGlobes
Globes editorial Mlclo this afternoon afternoonwhich P PwhIch
which while congratulating Lord Hoso Hosolery 110ccbery
lery on his mancipation dilates dilatesstrongly dilatesetronmgiy
strongly on the pettiness of thn tim differ differences dIfferanees ¬
ences bctveen his policy and that of the theUnionists theUnionists
Unionists UnionistsTho
The Pall Mall Gazette follows other otherTory otherTory
Tory opinion In declaring that a man manthat maimthat
that can write such a letter In a reply replyto
to Sir Henry CampbellDannermiii has hasthe haSthe
the grit vnich the empire asks of those thosewho thosewho
who lend It ItTho ItThe
The Westminster Gazette hitherto hithertodivided hithertodIvided
divided li UH allegiance romos out In Infavor liifavor
favor of Sir Henry CampbellUnnner CampbellUnnnerman
man but sorrowfully admits that Lord LordRowberys Lordflosoberys
Rowberys letter means another tTm tTmof turmof
of government for the Unionists while whileIt
It fears lx Lord rd Rowlwrcs group may be beliable beliable
liable to absorption > n that party partyMcCnrty partyiticCarty
McCnrty Ogden JS 8 widows Ella IT ITNorton 11 11Norton
Norton Ogden J8 J8ORDERED 5 5OltDhRED
Veterinarian Daniel Iernay Seventh Seventhcavalry Seventhcavalry
cavalry lies IM been transferred to the theartillery theartillery
artillery corps and ordered to Fort FortDouglas PortDouglas
Douglas for duty dutyOFF dutyOFF
OFF TO CHICAGO CHICAGOSuperintendent CUIOAGOSuperliitondeiit
Superintendent Chrlstenson Goes oes to toAttend toAttend
Attend Convention of Teachers TeachersSuperintendent TeachersIluperintendent
Superintendent Christensen of the thacity thecity
city schools left today for Chicago to touttcnd touttcntl
uttcnd the convention of the superin superintendents euperintendents ¬
tendents department of the National NationalKducatlonal National1thucntirnual
Kducatlonal association The sessions sessionswill sessionsvlII
will be held in the windy city on the the2tith the20th
2tith 27th and SSth of this month Mi MiChrlstensen MiChristensen
Christensen expects to be gone about abouttwo abouttwo
two weeks weeksOhio weeksOhIo
Ohio for Popular lopuluirlikttionatSCnntOrs lopuluirlikttionatSCnntOrsColumbus Election of Senators SenatorsColumbus
Columbus Ohio F Feb b 21Tc house houseof
of representative of the Ohio legisla legislature leglslature ¬
ture has placed Itself on record as be beIns being
Ins In favor of electing tn the < s United UnitedStates UnitedStates
States senators by n direct vote of the thepeople timepeople
people the Worthlngton resolution be being belug ¬
lug adopted by a vote ot 73 to 23 The Theresolution Therceolutlon
resolution eski Congress to talc th thniccimy the thenecessary
necessary action

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