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And Conductors Threaten to 0 Tin ie Up Gio lio Qzande wlee Sys System Spslem Ss1fl ¬
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1 Lui1 11 1111 k lie II has ha IaH been beel In commUn commUnIn consuln consulnI consultiikn
In I kn tun jlh tI Hi lhp Missouri M 1 nurl Pncino rolo Iticl flO olllclab olllclabromoMMiH ofclnl ofclnlThl oflk1atrhi
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Fiwlflc > 1 > nod tlui wbnsh WnbnshlnleRS VllIfllnlti
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1 ° nlr ill1 lhpll letlalls deal1t1 c Qnjs m nu flItl ° rolnlllil1 Clpled with wltlttl IUI IUIhi
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Salt Tnko ony n ay that thattueie thatI
tl hi ti iinmfii ulumf < In Sni lhlt lhltIiee
tueie Iiee II < UM II fl It 1l ft 1 complete tileup 1leuII of tho thoi tholill thoIjnt
lill Ijnt i by b Maih Ma1h RTh 10 or u 1 tew days later laterat laterallnt later1at
at allnt allntIIHIAr m Iflt IfltA < >
A 1 iiiiMtor IIHIAr ft ndlfn ti m l II li to IC be taken 1 llY llYI 1v > y yi
i v jvio uiamli Ulanl Ui and western unloiB the flu fluBunds lJ lJUIods Ill1ifl
Bunds 1ifl J of tho nun n11 ore complied cOlpled with withviti Ilh sitl1th
viti th tho Lb result ilmt Iht tho entire lntre system systemulll tel1 tel1IlI
ulll 11111 1 IlI tc c tied ted Ied tW J V > from frol Ogd ORdcn n to Denui DenuiCAtSK Del DeUvelctSF l lAtSI
CAtSK AtSI OF OJ THOUBLi THOUBLiThe
The men are very er reticent Iolcent regarding regardingthe r rgarillnthe rurlln rurllnIhe
the imiHmluiB trouble hut when up 1 1pwarld ltJroahd
iroarli roahd 11rnJill d tody tday admitted Idmllod that thlt tho mat matir mIl matb
pwarld by thu he Brother Brotherhud 1Jrotmvtod
ir iui b J been taluii laI1 up lll Irolhcl Irolhclod
1 nnd iid Unit It will bo boIuhed ho1tshed
hud > od of if Trainmen frUllmel Ind Imt 1 10 10Ihed
Iuhed tor or nil tl i U In worth worthThe Ilrth IlrthTIre worthThe
The whole vtto trouble nilsoH UI1801 from flom Iho Ihoin hol
in p l y that Ilnt WIB tliS lt b leen heeli en Instituted Instluted of ills illsturfing 118 118haring 1h 1hargflg
turfing old men mOi and ld tilling 1111 thflr tllr tllrla tligr14ae
haring other otherMil oth othoru1d
14ae 1 > vlth wlh men n11 biought Com mom
Mil tioUJd la u1d HUM Ile8IFIolcrhl0lwllnlaw L1eU1 J Iloiterliiochcrlnlaw to toGenual toOen toUcOetal
Genual Oen lal Manager MRlager Herbert who was WIS Y8 ro rocjiti rotol JOcfltJ
cjiti > appolntid trnlnnuiHtcr trlnllHlcl with wlh head headmarten hllll hllllqyarel8 1101111qJalr
tol marten qyarel8 In Halt tnJ take likl Is I II n 1 pnrtluilar pnrtluilartnwn 11Rrllllir 11RrllllirIhrn
horn m lllh ID1 Ih pl i < 1 11 or ° f the Ulo 110 Grande Ullllle em empiinci lI lIpIO III IIIpoY
Ihrn
piinci pIO poY 1 who state stile that he hI Is II h too young younga ounr QUfl QUfla
a man iIaD only I years yenl of age with wlh wlhIelnall a ttFe
Ielnall Fe wit fur winding wlphlng lft1I In g the axe Ixe on tho thoilllhttit IheJllhut I IlIghtdt
illlhttit provocation provocat rovolnlon ba The men 1J claim claimttet llnlr elairitttat
Jllhut been oft1 oft1 for forin COOThL8
ttet Ihallhe they hiup hll pulled Jliell of to
in 11 ThL8 ist > 8 twill trlal offr OPIMS offlTho > n i8 and been dlpehnrg dlpehnrgM IIpchlrg IIpchlrge lleelIl1rp1
M e without an Investigation IIestlltun They fho rhoythat aak aaktint uaKIhM
tint ihrtr h r offenics otensls he investigated IlveKtgntct und undMX unl andIay
MX II tt iil is proved prclllhnt that their Ih l nets have havemerited hnvolellte havetlteltP
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merited lellte to dlidmrgl ha rgi they will wi be willing willingto wiing wiingI
to I abIde I by the decision tecslol tecslolSlPFn decisionVPJtEDES
SlPFn VPJtEDES gD S W13LUV W13LUVA WEI WEIA WE1UA
A rttv rW phase ph c or tho nmnagtimoiit IluIIemelt of oft orth OCih
t th Rio Ro Grande lines Ilcs under the new ad adrninutraium ni adnhInlztraUOn
rninutraium mnlraton lomei ote ome to light Ilht with the thutrouble Ihl thetrubIe
trouble Those old oli men who wIl havo sup supwrttd sUIIort stirirte4
wrttd Iort d General lenPa 8upcrlnt litillllmttelldont IIPllllcltont < mdant A K Keity l 1VeDy I
Wlhy eity In th Iho past 18t and RII were Wll regarded regardedy
by > y him hIl a al being bOifl competent employes employesrituiall cnliioe1111itulati I Iutu
rituiall utu alb on receiving f clvlll their dig < Ilsthurje 113targ I IIbal
thurje Ibal targ went to the Ih general HUperln HUperlncnlent Hupcrlnrndenl Huperincacnt
cnlent with Illh th thplr lr grievances grlenlces They Theyreceived Thcyre Tlie TlieWre
Wre re received with wih the oldtime oldtma con conf conrdtllon condelaion
f rdtllon dtntlon liiit hit nil ni the comfort they tho g gt gtlA gotns t tHM
HM lA ns th ihe h inf Inrllal Intimatibn umatlbn I that such matter mattervert maor4er mnattOr1ftr
vert 1ftr er out of the jui jUlstlltln juli3diotlon Isillotlon of the gen genMl gOI
Irlupr 1111 Ml iupnnienilnt nIPnll1 When llcIl It I came Cn10 to tothe toth totite
the th hiring hring 01 0 the dlucharRO of trainmen trainmendispatcher Iralnmll trainmenlpalchpr
dispatcher nnd other othermploye othermDioye
nation oton agents nelil Ind otwr otwrmplu
mploye mplu Mr totter oer vnn 11 the man who whodid whodid ho hodd
did U I ni III1 11 < hli hl word ord was rlnl final Mr Wei
li If t > l ic MIJ ti J 10 0 li h1 iive ive put in II n word for an anfmplov In InImpo onfmpov
fmplov una IIII hod been with tho com comany coman COInlaflh
laflh any an fm ill Ii h In a at t 10 years but his ro roIIMMI rooflIP ccitPft
IIMMI flIP 1 that Ihlt thi Ihl > man tnl be laid off of for or 30 30DIM aoIJa1 30ljy
DIM ljy in 11 pi pl jf f being discharged Ilscharged was wastuthoiu vaslti1OU IS ISlithout
tuthoiu lithout gai 111 sir Cotters Cotera word ord was wasns wasIgan wa8again
ns Igan again ln final fnal fnalFIF flnaF1fl
FIF F1fl i MEN DISCHAnQED DISCHAnQEDIndicatio mSCHAnGm mSCHAnGmIndicallo DISCifARGEDIndicative
Indicative Indicallo of the way wn tho axe Ixe 1ms 1msIINIJ his hise
ten IINIJ e < n telling lalng during the past month 10nih It Itlaid
I laid sat that there are close upon u on f ro romn > 0 0men 0men
men now nw hunting hunlng Jobs elsewhere e Ihcre while whie
Mrangpi4 lralgpra have come in to III their theirlilarca theh1nrp8 theirThe
lilarca lilarcaThe 1nrp8 1nrp8The 11
The ball al wan IIIP opened by the pulling ullnJ
< ff I of Passongci Conductor COldullor E J Hob
i hiS hfll > n who W1 hui been b en 10 years cnu In II the em I
Jinv loy v the th Wetitpni etirII Itobblnn vas n
H f mmuus late in milling ulll out of the I
pit Pp hpf herp Inder tller the old regime he
IIOUI oud bau ha 1 robably got off with n
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lepnraand leprtmnld or ir at lihe the most been heel suspend
ed e for a fp fPII duys
IIIYS
Then station ft ion Agent I n AV Ampicr AminI
loan > an a at J I iiiom nm Junction Junclon who wh has hnl hia
1e en n n 1 jcuri lr with lh the company wan
wtout I ift I out u 10 o make ma Ie COmpln
room 1001 for 01 one ole Art Allal JIOViftfl las of ofM
Npl Npw 10 TOIk who Is Mid to b be ° a 1 Cousin to tonrakprnan
Ier Iert Ierrnkprln tter tterflrakpmnn
nrakprnan rnkprln Mldtby ldlby was WIS let out for not
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being Ing found when hen wanted wlnti by b the call calln cnl
boy an n offense orenle which Is generally enernly fol folv
I Oed
b v a reprimand Hrokemen
IUChlnlt tv and nn Under Bnllel and Freight FreightLn Freightt FreightondUdor
t ondUdor heir ° Ln T ft n n Warwick Wnrwllk then got gotalklnr
walking plfiers for disputing the theJ1
Ilsputn
Uetlon lIIOn J1 hi 110 had the right rl ht of way wa
t
ntter ter In Hrlng 11rlnl the men lel said 8nl that the
Inngunyn InnguRII used would woul break his type typeultcr typewriter
conduct writer IIH but lot It go US unsatisfactory unsatisfactoryconduct ul8Rtstaotol ul8Rtstaotolcontuel unsati8CeotoIycoiduet
contuel
WANT INVESTIGATION INVESTIGATIONPi ISTIArJN ISTIArJN1lel ItIST1OATIOFmoigilt
Pi 1lel Fmoigilt eight ht Conductor COlluetur II I 0 Drown DrownJamo 1101 lirownJCIIIOS
Jamo Jamcl Mulr 111 illhI and Ind J 1 Daly Iol Ilullldy < iulckly Cal followed MIOIuII CalhIlVO11 ¬
lowed IOIuII suit sui while whie Conductor COn111101 c 15 1 OCon OConnor oonnor Oniliar ¬
nor was WIH laid off and U upptuently ulJIJlonly for forgotten tOI totgotteti
gotten golol The last In t namod nlmoll with his brake brakumen
men 11011 was nuuusvd lueU81 of holng Iwln drunk dlunk rile Thumen rhl
men dnlm limy Ih y WCTB WOI nut Intoxicated Intoxicatednnd Inloxlcullll Inloxlcullllunc
nnd unc say If I thnj tilt WOIO oio they the would woull have haveiiovor hlvo hlvoloVOI have11uVOl
iiovor loVOI lieen btol alKwwl nllwud to I leave the tlo lie yauh yauhwltn YUltN YUltNwll UItM UItMlIi
wltn wll lIi thOu thI tmln all orders They htY niku nikunn 1I askolan o1 o1tn <
nn tn Jnvcstlgatloi 116111ollnl and were WEre turned IUIldt down downKnKhifur downJ IOIVII1tllgitlOOI
KnKhifur J I hir Oniroi1 OllllI Oti 11101 U II 1 nualhei tnothe allot 101 who SVll was wasliHchargod IIn8dischallll tLtsdaehItlgal1
liHchargod dischallll Ho 1 tarried IluI1 two inliuuai inliuuaiovw mlnuleovor moimiutesover
over tlmo tI0 catlnir eutlll eatill hU hil lii lunch nt lt Thldtlc
Ho 10 lias 11111 Ia been relnntntil rell tn tl howrvrr hOllIWOI hiltl fora foracommittee tor turacoiflnihttee a alOnlllteo
committee lOnlllteo of engineers called culed on Mr MICotter 11 11Collor
Cotter back and Lnl demanded dellllel that Ihlt he be put I IOTlm
OTHWl OTlm OPrENDUUS OPrENDUUSDrnkcnmnLonthouso OIII 1FFENDiIi8i3rakemnnIottthouo NmmS I IDIakCllnlOIthoupe
DrnkcnmnLonthouso got hl hlH papers I IfOI
for short lla UUJIII iilggifl trliiB E I a Miller 1101 nn ni en ennlneer CIIglneer i
nlneer rlncor at Helper lelpol was discharged dlrchllC1 for
Unooklntr Inocldng off or the stops of u ubooie be because hecIUec because ¬
cause cIUec ho could not stoi in lime owing owlnl
to a stiff Ir lever lelr EnglncerH EIjlncorH lluiko BUlko anti
Wilson Wison on the coal nini 111 between belwlen Hco Hcoflold Reote11 llcofialil
flold te11 und IIHI Ogden were ordered ordlred out of ofHcrvlce f fHervle Cservice
service Hervle last night IIJht for ulaiiKlnt 11nnlln each eachother Ialh Ialholher earilother
other In the Ogden O lleu roundhouse runllhouso two twomonths two10nlhs twoiflOflths
months 10nlhs ag Igl ogo Plreman JrelRn Qeoree Geol6e Mitchell MitchellWho Michel Mitcileilwho
Who was handling hnldln nn engine bumped bumpdInto uUlpll1 uUlpll1Inlo bumpedinto
Into a car 111 He le jj was IIIS given Jlven live 10 lays Ila1 and andrtftcr nndIflel andafter
after Iflel he had hllllllutwd returned to work wOk Ork for thief thiefdays thrudnYI threlays
days dnYI ho leeched a letter Il1tQr lnyliiR Illylll him hll off offfor 0 0tor Offfor <
fense ten for thirty e days lus mote 10lC for tO tlj tll naitw 11nt of offense oCten offeiie ¬
WAS KNQIN13 I NONI UNHAFU UNHAFUfiucli UNSAFB UNSAFBSueh UHAflucli
fiucli are lie stories torle told by b the men menwho menwhl menWilI
who whl nlfo nlsl IIU assert that t there was 1IS as an 11 en engine el engine ¬
gine ordered out nt Helper 1elppr last weok weoknnd weukInl weikand
nnd Inl and the engineer englneel d Illrlned dsciIlIed cllncd to take 1111 It Itnut I ittilt
nut on 11 thi tw > gioumls IHUUIIII that It I ought to go goInto goInlo gi giInto
Into tho lie shops Ihops us 11 It was unsafe II are Flv Flvother 11 11olhel Fiother
other called but butthey butthey butthey
olhel engineers olRlnerrl weie wert Itlel upon
they all l11Cu icfueed co to take the engine elglne out outTin outTilt
Tin 111 half dozen got their discharge dischargeAmong tlsehnrgc tlsehnrgcAmong dhsciutrgeAmong
Among thu others olhell who have 1110 been beendlscharsid brel booniiisciuirged
dlscharsid Ilschnr 11d have hlvo be loln been n Coal contractor contractorJoe
Joe NoW who Ilo has hnl been oon with wlh the road roadfor 101 volt voltCot
for live le ycnis ycnisAFTER yeatsAFTEIt eIIS eIISA11E1
AFTER A11E1 DnTTEU nWlTlm DISCIPLINE DISCIPLINEThat DSCILINI DSCILINIThlt
That Thlt the new 101 iio trainmaster trlnmnster Is II a Ills dloclplliuulan Illc IllcclplmlIal Illsciplinavian
clplliuulan clplmlIal can bo gathered Kulled by 1 the fact factthat elct factthat I IIhnt
that last l1t Monday Moull there were 39 men menon menon 11150on
on tho cnrpnt by 10 n m I Six AI operat operatois opert
ois 018 have 1110 resIgned In II ono week nnd nnt BOV BOVcial M Moml aevemal
cial have halo been discharged 1111hared Including IncludingOperator IncludingOporllul IncludingOpetatut
Operator McConnell leCoilol for giving gtvlnl a ascratch nIcrtch ascratch
scratch Icrtch order Ildcr at Helper 1 1Jlr to Iasscngcr IasscngcrConductor luasrngcl luasrngclComluclol IassengelConductor
Conductor Lynch on Bnturdny BnturdnyIn fhUIdn i iIII
III the face Cnl of the sweeping swcepii changes changesthat chanlfltml changesthat
that are being made Inde the men say that thatall thlt thltni thatall
all ni tml of the discharge cannot cannollc be for In Incompetency Inconpotenc Incanpotency
competency as lS most IWSt of 0 the til men 11 let out outare outare oatare
are old employes and Inl the itlo lo Grande GrandeWestern GrandeWester Oratiiie1estern
Western Wester for years Cl pant has had hld the thereputation Ihercpllniol thereputation
reputation rcpllniol of having the best und most mostclllclcnt mOAIelclent mosteiiictent
clllclcnt elclent Jot lot Ot of trainmen ot any Iny moun mountain moul mountam ¬
tain tlln tam road ron In the rtest rtestINVESTIGATION est estINE estINESTIGATiON
INVESTIGATION INE T1ATlON ASKED ASKEDThey ASlmDrhey A1EDIhiey
They ask for nn al Investigation Ineslgalon und undalso undnlso andalso
also arc taking IRltng steps to compel ion QenMnnnger JenManager ionMnnnger
Mnnnger Herbert to remove remOle the new newtrainmaster IW IWtrulnllHter newtrulninanter
trainmaster trulnllHter anti reinstate those tho e who whohave whoIlwo whoiiiiVe
have Ilwo been leen discharged for 01 InHUlllclent InHUlllclentcause Insufrelt InsufreltCIUSC InsufficIentcause
cause If this Id I not Il done they tw declare declareemphatically dclareelllhntlnl dociareemnpiiaticahl
CIUSC
emphatically that they the will wi tie te up Hit Hitline Iholne lieline
line elllhntlnl as stated The conservative conlorvnlve ole clement cleoment olebent ¬
lne ment Is II of slRIII the opinion that Mr Ir Herbert Herbertwill lerhcl herbertviil
will grant their re > t when he has hasthe h hsthe s sIhe
the 11 matter mater grnft laid before leforo him In its ls prop proper proller proler ¬
er light lightALLEGED lght lghtALLEGED lightALLEGED
ALLEGED SERIOUS SlmJU THREAT THREATIn TlfEAT TlfEATIn
In substantiation slusluntlnlon of their UII assertion assertionthpy n assertiontile serln serlnthe
thpy the state that on Oi the occasion of the thevisit theIalt thevisit
visit Ialt of Mr I Herbert here IJire last IIt month monththat 10nlh 10nlhthnt IllOnthithat
that he received 1lrlNn a communication COnllUtlenllol from fromtho frm frmIhe fromthe
the men at Alamosa Colo asking nsklnl that thatthe thntIhe thattile
the obnoxious now trainmaster trnilmlsllr th there therebe rc rche
he removed and If such were not done donethe iono 10110the
the trainmaster I aforesaid would 10111 be beshipped beshiipprtl
shipped C 0 D I to Salt Sal Lake Lnl In n p pine plnluox pinebox no nobox
box The trainmaster IrllnlallI was 1nl removed removedMR Icmocl Icmoclm
MR m in COTTER COTlmOUT OUT OF CITV CITVThcie CITYrhcle CITVTlwie
Thcie arc two tlO sides Rldcl to every eer story storyAbove Htor HtorA storyAbove
Above A hOIt Is Ire tho story stortoll told by b a member memberof lem bOl bOlot
of tho brothyiUQid hroth rhool to the News NI11S this thismorning thismornH thismorning
morning Mr Cotters Colerl side Is not notforthcoming flotforthcoming 01 01forthcoming
forthcoming nt this thl time lme ns lS he lit II out outof outoe outof
of town From the present temper lel11 r of ofthe ofIhe ofthe
the tOln men howtvrr It Is n 1 situation situationwhich slunlon slunlonwhich situationlvhlcil
which requires requlrel the nicest kind of hand handntf hnndInl handhog
hog ntf
Inl JOHN REED CIOEP CIOEPIn COEI COEIIn 10E11In
In the meantime the heads healll continue continueto cnlnue cnlnueto
to all tho meanlmo latest Illest being bnln John Re Hfed Hfedchief Iteed Iteedchief d dchief
chief rnl clerk to Mr Cotter Coter here who has hasbeen hORbeen hasbeemi
been with wih the company cmplny for the lie past pnt 11 11years 1 11years
years CnlS Ho retired roUrd today and 11 was WIS sue succeeded suecoeloll sueceeded ¬
ceeded coeloll by h J E F Neville eI < of Denver re recently recenl recentiy
cently cenl of the Missouri lssourl Pacific
I FORBIDDEN TO LOOKfORBODIES LOOK FOR BODIES
Denver jj Mrh rh 3A special to The Thei
101 Ft i iitn O Tiiurlde rllurile says saysDenver
Vo o men fl1p Were permitted permlied to go 0 to tIn thqtg tii
Ljbrl Liberty tlmlne j this morning 10rlnt I to look ool oolthu <
ro for thu th todiiM 11 of it those killed Idlcil In tho tholast
rnolllhhJ raows1 last Friday which have not
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yet been recovered It 1 Is Mill 11 thhl snow snowIng snowlog
log 111 and alli It Is dane Ilnn langerolni rous to venture elilre up upon urlL UICo ¬
on lL the mountains mountainsIt
It J tht Is II reported iellOllo that the Sliver SIor Lake LakeMink 1IIe Lakeilink I IIl
Mink Il nIl house Il uso nt Sllvcrton Rlverlon has been swept sweptnway Rwep mllveitnway
nway Iln by a n unowslhle MI I11e but the report reportlacks reportlacks reporthacks
lacks confirmation connrmaton ns lS yet ot
SUPREME COURT DECISIONS DECISIONSLav S SIlnois
I Ilnois IIIiroj Lav Lw L Imposing Impsing lmposingFjna Fine for forDealng Dealing in Futures Future UpheldDetroit UpheldDetroitOrdinance UpheldDetroitOrdinance UphedDetroitOrdnance
Ordinance Arbitrarily Arbitrariy Reducing Street Car Fares to toThree toThree toThree
Three Cents Held to be Without Wihout Binding Effect
Stls Wasittocton < Mlh ron March 3Tha The United UnitedNil Unlell
the Nil ulIpn16 erne Houn today affirmed nmrlod
1 of f the supremo court COUll of III
noli l Jl
n tne
raw of
Its III Alfed Alle Q Booth va 8
a K ttt of Illinois Illnol8 involving Ino1ln the thecf
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a he State 8it ataute Inlie ante ImpoeliiB
tin ImpoeluJ
f r rBf rnm
In Bf f rOfl mno Ito to Jiow Slo IOO for deallnp deallnpof deln deailn
h I flip l 1 ocision c lon of the ste
j itt IIJ the lh law and Inr an todays loas opln
V thll that y decision n Tho opl
Ia g bn >
kn lLl dwn d drnv n by Justice JUstCI FuHer FuHerf FuH r
II 1 i CJ11o Loted from by JUlllce
LC Lfli n1 pckhnm
In th
JarHnRi hirltn I u1 t4 of ° f Ul1 opInion Justice Justlceku Juslce
C t1a111 ku < 1 5 5 from frm atiy nir f facts wt JUdl
II hvln Jull
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ItlduKe 4 ntV 10 V19 Q the CUrl court urt or < > from this
e h
1I llhll lhl c ClUe e that prohibition prohibiton or
options optons of selling selng grain nt future time tlmolias tmo tmoltS timehas
has ltS In Itself leet no pomlble relation rlaton to the thofuppresalon Ihoupprellol thesuppresaioll
fuppresalon upprellol of gnmbllnp gmbln In II ginln 1111 con conliacts cn cntell Coiltracts
tracts tell In II rosroot rOreot of which the parties partiescontemplate pnltc pnltcrOnlelplalo partiesrontetmililate
contemplate rOnlelplalo only a settlement selleMent on the theLnile theLalil thebauIB
Lnile Lalil of differences dlferencf In the contract conlrac and andmarket Amimarket andmarket
market prime prll Perhaps tho Ih l ltLtIiature ltLtIiaturetimutigiit < vlature vlatureIhuught LI tlature tlaturethought
thought that dealings deallSI In o ollonl otions tlons to soil soilor lol eii
or r 1 buy bu 1 > 111 nt lt a future Cutur time although olhouI not notolway nol0111IY8 notalways
always 0111IY8 or n nlelrl nseeuarlly co arlly gambling gAmblng nmy nmyme mlY nutyhave
110 have me the effect ortet to toleep keep out of the lhl mar marVot lilackot ar art
Vot t white whie the options optons last the propertj propertjrfhlch prorhlch I1roPrthicii
rfhlch Is the subject aluJ t of tho options oplonl and andthus andIhus andthus
thus assist assl t the purchasers to eetnbllsn eetnbllsnfor Hlabl h hror
for n time what wlal are know klow a as cornelL corneiswhereby coreu coreuhereb cornelLwhereby
whereby hereb tmc the ordinary ordlnll and regular rllar sales nalesor lies liestr
or excrinEfs exe lnglI of tf such urh property proPrty > aKd apidupon aKdupon d dlon
tr
upon existing ulStng prices rlce ma mW > be interfered interferedwith Interreredwlh interfereuwith
with lon and an persons pet0ns who have ha e In fact no nosraln noQraln nograin
grain wlh and do not care to handlo any In are Ire
gambling IlnhlllOlorty 1I piaperty P101 urty to control olntlllrll eant rmd prices fir firtho Ortho 1 r rthu
tho Iflgl8luturo leg Iegloiatttro olatlo nmy 111 have 1e ihmiyht ihmiyhtthat lhnulhl lhnulhlthut thmotiglmtbitt
that options opton W nail ael or tr buy buyat hl buyat
at lt n 1 future tjmo tnto 10 wuro Idro In tliolr iwenec iwenecmere I1lIUl I1lIUlmere
mere Sieculntloiis i1iteCtih llccuiltol8 t bus In II I ii prleea Illcl l1iic und 111 tpmhy tpmhyto 1pIh 1
10 foster u I eplrlt 8Ilt of 0 ttumlllng Ilmblnl In II all allthis 11 allhis
this Hit Ih ipijlsluuue IcglslllllC leg isiutu ie may iun have h41 been ueullhl ueullhltRlwl mlu mlutaken mitititnkcti
taken tRlwl If I BO tho tim mistake 111HIIe was IIUMnollueh IIUMnollueh1M u5flOt not such suchIts uehas
as 1M to Justify Ju tfy the conoluslon cOlel181uI that Ihlt tin tinstatute IhoAlutUto timostatute
statute was WIS a 1 m mere r cover 1001 to dcntmy 11e1IY 11e1IYIItlUI a aparticular alarttUlat
particular IItlUI kind Iclll of UtishiBus HIII H not 10t Inhor Inhoruntly luhlr luhlrollY I itliuruntiy
untly ollY harmful 11Inrul hIttliU ftii or 01 tmmmal Irnlfnl 1111 1111110 I It munt IU1 t be beajfliimed II III IIIasnhlitletI
ajfliimed I lmlllhlt that th IcitUliitiire IpllllnllI wn wnl tY1II of the theopinion I
opinion olliniol tlmt Ihll nn iti I nff rtrtuol rfTettmnl ctunl mode lue to II Still wipPIOM 1111 1111NOI StillfIle4
cuntracts to todeclare totclr todeeittN
PIOM NOI gambling lblng grain Illn lontmlts was IUI
declare tclr Illegal IIegnl I nil ni a I i options 1lllon opt ioims to sail NII Ne ii or II buy buyat
at a future time Ilml The Ihl court In 1 uiinhla uiinhlao IIUhl1
10 o say SIY that the maun maul vmployed fn1Io 111 were werenot well werumiot
not appiopilntc nIlloJllote to the th end Ind oujlit to be beattained beIIRloe11 beattained
attained IIRloe11 and nlH which tloii It I wu lill competent competentfor OOl1elent OOl1elentfi
for fi ti > i the Ihl state tot tn tu II uccomplUh ICCOIIJUh We WI e cnu cnunot MU10t cauhot
not 10t adjudso II1UtO hInt tlt the Ih leglnlnture 1llhlnIU of nil nilnuis Jl liiiiiois
nuis transcended Irlul edttl the limit Imltl of conitl conitltutlonnl cont coristittitlcnnl
tutlonnl lulonnl nuthoilty null0lly authoi ity when whel enacting IlncUng the thestatute theSlltltl timestatute
statute Slltltl In citiastlon citiastlonThe 1IIIIIon 1IIIIIonrhl
The rhl opinion of the supreme 1111 mO court of ofIllinois 0 01IIIIIs ofIiiliittii
Illinois 1IIIIIs is I nfllrmed nfllrmedIn nlllll nlllllIn
In a n decision 119cs101 rendered londlled In II tlio thl United Unitedfitttos Unied Uniedtrto Unitedtctos
fitttos trto tctos Bupramo Suprelo Cotltt Collt today It J wns IS hold holdilmt hohldlt ieititilit
ilmt dlt t the t lIe ordinance Olii 11511CC enacted IluclpJ by b th tl tie city cityKovarnmfliit II It y ysovermimnont
Kovarnmfliit 10er110nt of Detroit Detroi Mluh Muh ilbltfr ilbltfrlly lbl
lly II reducing Htievtcnr 111ewtenl fares to tocents 3 3cents 3fnis
cents fnis was 11 Irreeuln hrIUIII nnd wltliQiit wlhaut blml blmlIng hlli hlliInc hImiiing
Ing effect fttt This decision wns Wil bated batedupon bUIt
upon Ipol the itt fact that plevlotis ordlminces ordlminceshud or lluue
hud hat hem tinKled fixing I l the streetcar xtreelcarfare Ilr streetcarfares elcll
fare nt lt 5 flits tnls These 1heo nrlflnal ordi ordinances oil ¬
nances 11101 were ero oonstrttfd OIJlslrWI by tile t o court courtbe ID IDbe
U
be h In tin ti nature naturt of St contract Tire Tireopinion Ilmoplnloll Fl FltlimliOlt
opinion wn delivered by Justice JII tlce Pock 1enkhum Pockhl1111 Peekiitttn
hum imi > aillrimd tha opinion of the theUnits IhoUnlwll4lalds hoUiiitel
Units Unlwll4lalds HtalBH circuit couit for the lll tact unstern ou tactera l lorn
era llsttlrl 1I ltlet of Michigan MichiganTho
Tho rmtod I Htaten Surireme l1ullel11 Court to today totiny t0day >
day dlsinl lIl1lnllltell d the case of Mrs lrH Cor Cordtlln CorI Coobutt
I butt liotkin v Ill the People of tho Htnto Htntoof
of Callfuinlu Th dlsmlial dilmll rli was or ordered urIerlll 10bred ¬
I dered on fl the prospntntlnn by the th clerk clerkof
of the louit of n Btlpttlatlon from iljru iljruliotklis MisI
liotklis I ioti ims connncl coil heel nutliorlzUiK 0UtilOriZ a g such I plo piocdlnu 11111oIuln ploOdiflg
1oIuln cdlnu Tho ease unine t tll > this court courtfrom courttrOIT courtI
I from roict the derision of the superior court courtof
of Pan Francisco and was Inslluitod Inslluitodto In LIltl
to rtutre the tiI relni 111 ieiehtMe of Mrs HoiUlt HoiUltwho Hot HOtklIl1Vlv kin kinwhl
who Is 1 under nentanee of life irnprlnon irnprlnonmem rnlrlllOn111e1ll rnitrl1tihlmeni
mem on ito charge of tnurdctlng Mr MrDjnnng MrDJnnm Mrs1annitmg
Djnnng by sending to hur n box of ofpoisoned 0 0luolled ofittlSUllCd
poisoned candy cand candIIhulltrA candyIrl
IIhulltrA Irl colic vs teak I I lull lullIialtlmore JIIIIIJuUllTlor In II IIflaLtlniore
Iialtlmore March 3 L Six Ix prisoners pilsonersbioko prisonersbroke
broke Jail at Liisian Md late Satur Saturday Antllltin ¬
day tin night and In attempting to ioar ioaritst ioarmost
most 1 Ht thorn Deputy Sheriff Thomas J JThompson JThompson JThompson
Thompson was Instantly killed IIIII II Lewis LewisOraen 10WIHGrllell Lewislieehi
Oraen coloud Is thought thou ht to have Irol Irolthe OlilIhp firehithIs
the shot which killed Tnompfon lrHonnll Uoun Uounwan ireeiiwas
wan nll fiwnltlnp trial on the charge of ofliavlnc OfhnllI oftitting
liavlnc murdered his mlslre moist roes nnd It Is Isthought IIIIhoughl Isthought
thought he planned the o escape 0Icn19Nl escapeN enpe enpeN
N Nl E I MAItUKmUHUKKBD AHUK1IS OJWlmED Ul UlWill UPWill U P P1iI
Will 10 io Ileforo Army Mill Bonn lor Kv Kvaniliiatioii J Exiiuiiitittt XI XIIIl11lUttlinll
aniliiatioii iuiiitittt lOll lor Llciilciiiiucy LlciilciiiiucySpecial IJtlIlcllallrrSpecla tOililii3 tOililii3SpecIal
Special to the News NewsWashington NeIIWnshlllitlon NevsVaSihi
Washington VaSihi ilgtuhl D C Mauli 3 3Svnntol 3Svnntolfillwllna 30llOtOrflawiiihs Penntor PenntorRnwllns
Rnwllns has been udvlsad by I the lulju luljulant n1JIIlInt lthJtltant
lant general of the army nlm that Nelson NelsonR
R I Marpelts of Halt Luke ullr him 11I1 been or ordered orIlelNI ¬
dered by the president to appear before beforethe JvtolOthe befotothe
the army board for of examination with n nview nIlew atiew
view of o C his appointment a ititoirl titeti t ii UII I lieutenant lieutenantIn Ii etItelitI lIt lItiii
III the Ito army IIrm Mr Muiffotta oened with withthe Vitilthe lIh
the Utah battery hullll11I In the Philippines Philippinesduring Phlllpl11nasdurin Pimhiippilteilduring
during till Spnnlih war warStTIlKHLAXDB WiltSUlmmLAND1 vatliLYTIEItLANDB
StTIlKHLAXDB AMCNDMKNT AMCNDMKNTAt A IENDm NI NIAt
At the meeting of the th commlttoe on onImmlKiatlon nnInllnlKlQlon allimtnlgiatlon
ImmlKiatlon of tho house huU e to consider considerthe consldolthv
the Inliratlon bill Uapresentntlve UapresentntlveSutherland ltdprllsen Itslre5efltfltiSel3utheriand In II e eSuthorlanll
Sutherland offered tho following followingamendment tollowlnKnmondroent followingamotithoent
amendment which was 118 added addedIt
It Is harebv dttclorad Jo to o be the duty dutyof
of M lt secretary Qf Q the th Interior 1111111101 In Incairylng IIIctllIJng illcarrying
carrying out the piovjslons 111IJ lonl of II this nut nutso lIutAO
so fur ns tho same HurneI11I1V may be piuetlcablo piuetlcablonnd
anti subject to the existence of feasible feasiblelirltfatlon ten feasibloimoigation lblo lbloInlgntlon
lirltfatlon projects to expand the major majorpot mllJorIloltlon majorPortion
pot Portion tlon of the thefund funds arising from the thetale thomil tilecab
tale of tho public lands within each eachstate eachstrto eachstate
state and territory t 01111 Or liBielntofore named namedfor
for the benefit of arid and s mloild AemlI1IhlInntlM semiamidlands mloildlands
lands within the limits of such stato statoor
or 0 terrltoiy provided that the secretary secretarymay secrelllrInIlY seerettirmay
may ternpoiailly use such propoitlon propoitlonof
of said funds for the benefit of arId or orsemiarid 01emlnrhl otsemiarid
semiarid lands III any nn particular stale staleor
or territory named n 111 he may deem deemadvisable deemadl deemadvisable
advisable adl nblo but when so o lId the excess excessnhall eXCOSHxholl excessitlimiii
nhall Iw > restored to the fund an soon soonns soonnil 80011ns
ns practicable pra < IhnlJle to the end that ultimate ultimately ¬
Iy and In any event within eaih ten tenjear tenear tenyear
year ear period of the passage of this act actoxi actcxjemiditures
oxi cxjemiditures iilltuio8 for the btmcflt of said saidlevel anlueelnl said saidreveiai
level eelnl al slates or It tairlturles shall be beequalized becqullilud beCqtlhliiZed
equalized accordliiR to the proportions proportionsnnd
and subject to the condition as to topinotlcablllty toIJl1cllcabllll toPlnoticaltihitY
pinotlcablllty and feasibility tl > 1I8I llll afore aforewild nCoreIn aforewIll
wild In II
wildOn On IIOn motion of Mr h Suthetlnnd Mr MrMondell MrMOIltieli fr frlOl1llell
Mondell of Wyomlmt will teport nort tne the bill billto billto
to the house hOI1 next week weekPaymasters weektOSTlIfTJmS weekVOSTMHTEIt8
tOSTlIfTJmS tOSTlIfTJmSIo VOSTMHTEIt8Postmasters
Paymasters Io tmnalcrs appointed 1 Utuh UtuhIleaver Utuhneue Utah1leiter
Ileaver Heaver county counl Harry lIurr Han HIITls HIITlsIce h1ttimivice Is Isvice
vice Ice K A Hndc resigned resignedWjonilntr 11111rOl1llllgnnlu mesljnedVyomiiIhlgh1hiru
Wjonilntr rOl1llllgnnlu Hnrvoy lllaliorn count rountjFred countl countyied
Fred l ld Ilmjrjr vice Icp W W M 1 Harvard 11 ie iesigned reI1lglloll meslgtied
signed Hnzelton Johnston county ctutlt W WH WII V VIi
II Klpp lw T F 0 I fiinllh reslKneil reslKneilIdaho N resignihIdoltotenslnmis l nd ndIdnlltlen81011
Idaho Idnlltlen81011 Pensions incronsc 1I1JRSe Mexican Jlexicanwar
war Dorr P Cw CUItlK UH Onkloy 12 12PBNS10NS 12IENliIONli
PBNS10NS PBNS10NSOrlrdnnl 11 IENliIONliOri SI0NS SI0NSOIIllnol
Orlrdnnl Ori lmlni widows Kllza Wllley Fort FortLemhl FortIemhl FortLemnhl
Lemhl 3 3JlA 8 8UTAH Stjiit
UTAH JlA tjiit 11 iKTlTtONBWS iKTlTtONBWSHep l PEVViION IIIf N IWS IWSHCII EBSItch
Itch Siitliorlmid SutlirimiiIliiuviitg IlvrntK lle rllt Iptltlons IptltlonsMany 1 letltloiis1rohli tlt101l9Ifrotll
Ifrotll Many Unions
Special to the News NewsWashington NOWSWRshlnlon NewsWashington
Washington I n 0 i March 3 anepre anepres 3flepresentntIe Pepre Pepresnntatlxe
snntatlxe s Sutherland has rcconinHided rcconinHidedthe
the lie appointment of George Snyder as aspostmaster ospoUnllAfr asposultaster
postmaster at Klmborly KlmborlyMr I lmbollIr
Mr Ir Sutherland presented In the thehotito thehOIlc tilehottsc
hotito tile resolution of the Intenmtlont Intenmtlontal
al ASOI A Intlon ot MaclimUtu Ogden for forhaving forhwlns forhaving
having ships constructed In tho navy navyyauK navyalll navyati
yauK alll Also similar resolutions from fromtlio fwmtlto fromtito
tlio Internfitloinl UroomMakera Tail Tailors 1allorll 1iliore ¬
ors and TyphograBlilcal union nil of ofOgden oeOgdln ofOgden
Ogden the tailors tal1orllunllll unIon and the doll dollcrnal bollerJIa lOllernae
crnal erJIa en and Iroilshlp worUers and andleather IIIHIloatheI andiNitiler
leather workers of Salt ait Lake The he re reolutton reI reIolullon zesalution
olutton was all also from above union In Infavor Intaflr intapr
favor of the puf 111I1IIIJIe > a e of the Chinese ex excluMon exolulon exelusion
elusion act for the 111 pnssape tJILIIIIII of the bill billfor 11111tor bliifor
for the oxcluiliin Ixclu lnn of Illiterate Immi Immigrants lmtIJlRrnnlll initlgrants ¬
grants also a afell idkihitltm < Ntlbn lnlli pn ia ll fl bj b tho thoCommerclsl IhoCommtrclll tueCommercial
Commerclsl club Salt Lake In favor favorof
of it the bill establishing n department of ofmines oemines ofmoines
mines nnd mining mlnlniDKATII
DKATII 1 1 EtVI 11I 01 Ali UilvD D UITIZKN UITIZKNSamuel UlTI I I EN ENSaniiiel N NSamllcl
Samuel JSrvcycr rWCI YlcliU IiItl to lillIu < rliu licniior licniiorAt I1enprAt
At tliu Asr if HicliiyXliif HicliiyXliifBpcclal JlhlXhllBpeelnl IghtyNmitpoc1al
Bpcclal to lThNliwsI lThNliwsIProvo the Naws1 Naws1Provo NIsv81 NIsv81Provo
Provo ilnrcji 3 3SmnulIl iinmual Bevcycr Bevcycrone SCeorone
one of the iililc hitlest lIt Inhabitants of the thestate thoJtale thestate
state died nt his home In Pli 1lpunnt 1lpunntOroo iirmtantGrove > a ant antGrove
Grove this morning of genoml enoru debility debilityHe
He was born In Somerset England S9 S9jtars S91ara 9 9years
years 1ara ago and cmlinted to Utah In Inthe InIhe liithe
the early fifties having become a amember 11mmher ameimibor
member of the Mormon Church of ofwhich ofwhh ofwhich
which organization or nnlntJon he was a devout devoutmember devoutmember devoutmember
member up to th the time of bin iii death deathHe dC deathlie th thIre
He was IS an Intelligent Intelll pl t InduBtttoun and andupright IIndullrlghl anduprIght
upright man and his death Is re regretted regrettfflby rorettetl ¬
gretted grettfflby rettetl by all v who ho knew him He leaves lenvoaa
a large family of children grandchild fcrandcblldmi
mi and grefttirrnudfhUdren gr one of ofbo ofbe ofho
bo held tomorrow tnrnorro from the Peasant Peasantant
ant of this county The funeral will willthe IIIthe willthe
the latter bins Deputy Sheriff lies DczOrove lIezGroe liesGrove
Grove meeting house houseDEATH housoDEATH houseDEATh
DEATH OF LITTLK BOY HOYLcland BOYLeland BOYLelond
Leland S Archibald the 10ynrold 10ynroldton
ton of Halph Archibald of Poyson died diedIn dlelhll
In this city this mormnic of pneumunla ofpneumonlnThe pneumunlaTh
The remains will be taken to Payson Paysontomorrow Paysontomorrow
tomorrow for burial I
= =
Al Ministers find findSaloons
Saloons Open OpenGOI111Jillec
Committee on ol1lublia liiblic < Morals Report the Most Aristocratic AristocraticOnes
Ones Old tily Business ntJsin f YesterdayPoliceman cslcrd lfollccl11af1 Mho MhoHas J WhoIas ho hoWas
Has Near by Saw and Did Nothing
At the meeting II1t lnf this morning of orth orthMlnlltarlll ottitlIiiiiaterisi tha thaMlnl
Mlnl Mlnlltarlll tDrlal auuolallon tl Ih < cominUleu cominUleuon
on public montls reported that Jfll1 Jfll11I1811111IlI tj tjnismntck tjiefllliiaiclc
nismntck J5 Zll1g np and 1I111101lX Onyx Hank 111111 IItlIQQI it1l Ibdm Ibdmwer i3 i3Vr I IWel
wer dntnif busliiWH yoitNrdny tiU u ill illold ftc ftcold
old 01 1 stand The Illniparck In pnrthjulnt pnrthjulntWHH
WHH nnllifr tlilntM t and thtouKh ha Ihtback haback lieback
back door youn oun men wtie VIe IU ioin guiimg III And Andout nltllout IttIdOUt
out the entlio nfturnoon In lie front frontnpaiimentu tlOUtnllllll11101118 ftOilthulaltnIOnts
npaiimentu of the other oth r two tWOere Hnoofi Hnoofiwere HrllouhIIer
were ere smnll knot i 1115 of men coiitlnuijy coiitlnuijyand lOIlIlIlU out llitlLiJy llitlLiJyamId IY IYRlIlI
and It I t Is but mi t fl Btop at op from them ImoK < of oftho tIho ofIto
Ito screen lertOIl to whoro Ito usual U unl ohtfrrtl ohtfrrtlrain ciiqnlirole
rain arc 111 aaivctl cd upall In violation loll1ll iOilttiQllIto < m 01 01tho g
tho law In clofllnir Li0hil tho miloonn P11100115the on ontho ljllIhe
the Lords day tla ilnyIIto I h hThe
The commlttoo reported the lh nbovefor nboveforpublication nbowfjrIlullllcallon aboce4tlrPtihuicCtion
publication In tho dally papers nndfiiU nndfiiUUsed olnllll1 olnllll11ls9 nhl1Ll4vised
Used < 1 that It wa 1188 as eminently unfairjtp unfairjtpallow untAfItIIlIow
allow Ih till h 111010 arIstocratic of the Jl iiii4 iiii4lootis a aIcons
Icons to open on Sunday nnd keep f11 f11IIghll
tightly closed cloP tI the Ito smaller saloons und unddlvos Uljl1dhos iitcJdives
dives whore tho Ito poorer doss of drlnklmc drlnklmcmen
men go Tho committee reported that hat
there wis wti 5 n iiollccmnn 101 icelmictn stnndlntr stiUld iitg out on on8mmd 01181onll OIlaSOtli
8mmd outh sticct stl t Co ol Cvsa e by 11 the ut offomlinir utCelldlllJr Utfentllmi
fomlinir fentllmi Hioon and he IIIUt tartrtlnly tartrtlnlylm eeitdliiiyhave rtlllnl rtlllnlhlll
lm hlll < known wlmt hR wan feolnt on but ho hobHinyed hobtIIl 110betmayel
bHinyed btIIl 1 no ill sign Of such knuwladffe knuwladffenm
nm IIIHI md no nrrvflt were Ort annie mndeA 111MJ
A t jmpcr wns IS read by hot 012 O J T Ii JftJnw JftJnwof JAIItot Jamlor
of the Hucond Methodist chuich on the theLn theJtIV
Ln 11111 of Prevailing Prayer III II ThowinN ThowinNiiiiuiiui 1hollIl11lnllllllli rho ttIiiI ttIiiIan
iiiiuiiui an ntia I nice pllllIoll i In lull was held < l reiullliif vesui titig In Intin1 Intli IIItb
tin1 tli dlokl hole of UBV He Frank Hninoll of Ito thoKiHt IhoiIte ItoICIlI
KiHt t MC lIp Knptlst 1111 It 1st church UH pieddent pieddentHe t tltev
He Iltchard Wnko tm vicejuiwldanl vicejuiwldanlnnd slco Ieo lolIltnt piuitIei1tand lolIltntnnd
nnd li He I II A s Drown of the First Hap Haptint 1111tI ilnitillt
tint tI Ininli as swiotnrj hot He Ocoi OcoiBailey Ol Oeorg OeorgIhiIly < UIIf1 UIIf1IJRII
Bailey IJRII lecently Ielf 11 II mcrstttry III crll 1 1 made n few fewfanwell tflltUIIIICIl tofuilocli
fanwell remnrlui baforo lI his dapaiture dapaiturewith 111I1II1tUIwllh
with 111 his ltt family ramll for WnihlnBlon which whichIs
Is set < pt for Wednesday Wtlne IIY next lUv JIL H II IITin ITun 11Tulhti
Tin Tulhti ni of If the lhm RaptlMt church nt Wnlln WnllnWiiiia Withini
Wiiiia 111111 i lit Wnxh 1Ih was preicnt and mad 1118114a < i ia
a ft u renmiks to tile association and andat
at tin oiultiMlon of lie meeting lle lleP It ltov ltovp >
P A Slmpkln iitit uk In the letltlnff let iii ng niosldent t of ofthe IICthe oftlte
the amoclatlon Invited nil the I 11 member memberpieutm 110111 IIlClllbei8Ill bc Ill IllIJltlUlll1
pieutm Ill emiemit to his house 11011 Cc for dinner ti uner The In Invltatluit IIIllalloll Invitattoll
vltatluit vas as accepted and the mlnlsteis mlnlsteisloft I
loft for the cen ceflu of action on the next nextfar nexit nextccv
far t lIl
FIRST DIRT DIRTTbOWN THROWN TODAY TODAYOregon
i c
i iOregon
Oregon Short Line Conmenca Conme cfia Construction of Track to be beUsed beUsed beUcd
Used While Leamington > CutOff C tOff is Being Bln BuiltVork BuiltVorkBeing BuiltWorkL BuiltVarkBeing
Being Done D n L j pY > y Japanese
L I
Residents of Salt nlt Lake can porliapd porliapdconsole iOrhlflP001150k
console thimNht with lIh the fact tlmt thlllthv It Itthe iftile
the first dirt of tho OndanLuiln cuf CU etltff etltffis i1f ft ftIB
Is to b tin IhIOI Own tnmouow that the th llrtt llrttdirt tlr iIrtdirt t tdirt
dirt on th Leamington cutoff st1t st1tthllOWlt ftta fttathrown 1111Ihlown
thrown Insldo of the city cll limits tlj tljmornliiK Ijn Ijnlnorllll1 tfIlli000iltg
mornliiK und thut fiom this time timecoast mOnHIIIIIIIOl oil oiltnnstruction
tnnstruction coast 1111 itn will viI I proceed rlnlit ii gil t menify menifyAVlth InntltIIlIh InerrI InerrItltIt
AVlth the InoadBuaslnB of the QarflI QarflIllench aUIMfl1Bench Oamihfldhheachi
Bench track trackItorly ItRlltgo trtirkFoiiy
Itorly go 11 this momlnfr a Ms Kan IlInir of ofJups 9fJails e eJOls
Jails cummnced opeiatlons west of ofSixth O OIxtii t tSxlh
Sixth Went on South Temple tearing out outthe OUtth oU oUthe
the th old narrow gunge ties and alit putting Ptltln PUttin
iii In a Mtrh 0 o connect with the SaiL RaitLake Snlllnlt SaiLLalce
Lake So Los Anyolati road 100 ll 10 that the thenmttfilal Ih8l1Ialadal theilltit
nmttfilal illtit ella I can be hauled from the Ore Orejron Oreloit
jron 011 Short Lino main line over the Halt Haltlr
lr Reach II ach tracks ICHW Ito Rio Gratuln GratulnjWeatern UramlllWelern iralids14VPlt5TJh
jWeatern Hhtofway on Sixth We Vest WlIItrA VestrAs t tAs
As rA Honii P1J111111 uu 11 this work Is llnlehod IInl hM a third thirdrail thlrlltllll tIlIrliOal
rail Is t tt < i bo put In to ito point I > olnl of the thumountain tha1110ulllnln theulauntain
mountain nnd the supplies nnd mater material Imlatorhal ¬
hal cionduj Io 11 to th the front and the con construction eOlHtructlon ch11Iltructioli ¬
struction of the Una through Tooelo Tooelopushed Toaoioptlshed oooloPUMhld
pushed forwaid COIW I1 Cither material will willp 1111 1111lhlpl iil iilim
im p shlppid lhlpl l south to LoumltiRion and andrk aiid1wlIibo
rk 11 1wlIibo will 111 bo pushed JJu hld from both ends I
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I
7 7TfIE
THE POI PONTIFICAL TIFICAL JUBLEE
I
Rome March S aThe The prlnelpaj cere ceremony reremlny ceremilly ¬
mony In the 1l celebratloiiH of the iwntl iwntllien IlonliIIcnl lntiflcai
lien jubilee won 118 carried out with o otraordlnaty lX lXtllloldlnal oxtrllordinary
traordlnaty pomp at St Paters ca cathedral enthel1ral Cathietiral ¬
thedral today toda In the presence Jlrel nCe of the thepope
pope the th members of the pontifical
comt cou i the lie foreign tor < 1111 missions and an an ansutublneo ORlIolJbln asrOtbhag
sutublneo lIolJbln estimated to hue numbered numberedfullj nUlllberedtulI nulnb000iCCIII
fullj CCIII 1 0000 OOf persons p 11COIlR HI l1tl holiness was wasborne Vitaborne IIS IIS1J0rrHi
borne Into St Petorn In the 1w oJla ge getutoHa ceH1ltola gestKtOOIa
tutoHa hut lie did not participate In Inthe InIh inthe
the Ih service beyond Pronouncing the thebenediction thehen theilellediotlurm
benediction hen t1lotlQn
ON POLITICAL POLITICALACTIVITY POLITICALACTIVITYPresidents ACTIVITY ACTIVITYPresidents
t
Presidents Position in Regard to Same Defined DefinedExpects Expects His HisAppointees HisAppointees HisApointees
Appointees in Illinois to Keep Clear of Any Active Fac Factional Factional Factioriat ¬
tional Work WorkHow How Party is Best Served
Washington March 3 3Thc Tho following followingttatemeiit tollowlngHnlemenl followingctntemuerit
ttatemeiit was as mado public I at the theWhite lh lhWhite tileWhite
White House II ouso today todnjAfter tol1nArler todayAfter
After miiilry of tho president as to towhat toilflt
what ilflt th this presidents view Ic wore In 10 10iard 10larl1 menard I
nard to the political activity especially especiallyIn
III any 111 factional difference within the theparty theinrti
party of his appointees Maj Hogan HoganMated hoganI I
Mated I to tho president that ho would wouldbe
be t compelled to withdraw his name namefrom nnlllcfrom naittefrom
from from consideration In connection c with withtlw willilite tItIitile
tile appointment of Internal revenue revenuerolleotor rOenue101leolor revenuerolheaor
rolleotor for the Southern district of ofIllinois ofIllinois
Illinois as he desired to continue ac I
titch lively to participate In the l politics > of oflife ofito
life state stateThe B staterho tu to torhe
The president reiterated today lodn to tovarious tolrlous tovarIous
various Illinois repmontatlves both In InCongress Ineonlr iiiCOnieta
Congress s nml rnl in excutilvp ofllcev that thatho Ihnthl1 tiltitht2
ho expected ills appointees In Illinois Illinoislo
lo 10111 0 keep clear of any fIIn active factional factionalWink CncllonlllUk factiollaliiik
Wink Uk that the election of a senator senatortroin seiiatorIOln
troin Illinois wns as for the Illinois people peopleonly 1lIopleInl icopieonly
only to decide and that In expected expectedthe eXCCteithe
the federal appointees In that state Ilnlelo IlnleloIAIC to towrvc tot4rC
wrvc thelt party by dolnfi their work workIn
In their respective offices In first clans clansshape classshape lnll8hRpe
shape and by 11 refraining from any an Im Imjiopcr 1m1oopor 1111mOper
mOper factional activity In connection connectionvlth
vlth matters with which the federal federaladministration tederalIIdlnlnlstrl federaladministration
administration tlon had no proper concern
= =
BRITISH CONVOY MET DISASTER
London March 3A 3 dispatch from fromPretoria fromPreoria I IPrelorla
Pretoria dated dnl 1 today contains details of ofthe oftht oftite
the disaster to the lie escort of the conv ronfIof contsy contsyof y yof
of empty wnRons nt Vomlonop south southwest soulhesl 801l1est ¬
TrnnSVnnl 1rnn i1nl colon colonThe eoionyThe
west est of Klerksdorp > I IIh
The Ih lirltiih casualties CR uallle In killed killedwounded hilledSOtmmldCd
wounded and men made prisoner prisonerreach prltlonrAreach prisonrereach
reach the total of MJ C3 In addition thv thvBoers th thDoer il ilDoers
Boers captured two guns uns Lieut Col tolAnderton ColA ColAnderion
Anderton A who commanded the British Rrltlnhforce Irltt Britishforce h hloree
force und who has returned to Kraal Kraalinn Iraal14R1l
inn Cape Ille colony with nlno l officers and andS15 ulldIG
S15 IG men reports when his advance advanceguard nl1ulleegunrd advanceguard
guard was within ten miles of Klerks Klerksdorp 1lerksorp Kierksdorp
dorp orp during dUrln the morning of Feb 85 5 th thHows tile tilelioei
Hows opened a heavy hell vy rifle floe on the thetroops thetroOIg lietroops
troops from the shrub These Thc c burghers burgherswere butKhprs butKhprsYere
were erO driven off and tho convoy 0110 re resumed reo reolullletl ccsunieti ¬
sumed Its march when a more deter determined detercoined r rminelllltlnoit ¬
mined minelllltlnoit attnok was mado on onlho tho convoys convoysleft cono convoysleft 11 11left
left flank tho Doers getting within a
hundred yards and stampeding the themules tht111uleR thehaules
mules lmrnes hnrneH1I od tn n number of w wgoiii WII WIIICOIIIrhe vstgonL
goiii ICOIIIrhe The attacking foiw wore again againdriven agall1drhon egaillmjrlvon
driven Off At about OJO 3O In the morn mornInglhe mornIngthe mnorlilngthe
Inglhe tear guard was attacked tI by b a astrong RslronE aImtr0ll
strong Imtr0ll forco tor omwo < tJ of f lltM 11011I Will > r and simultaneous simultaneously ¬
ly I another body Jod of Hocrs boldly charged ihammlthe
the 1110 I t oanter of the convoy and mampfded mampfdedtlip etanleiedt
tlip I i mulM In all directions throw thIroWhlIg In the theoort lheOICOrt lie lieosOort
oort Into confusion durlnif whldi tho thoBoon Ih IhnO 1110loors
Boon nO fhnrsed and IIn < 1 Tfthaiged rIding ridlndown rldll111lown rIdingdown
down the lirltiih Ilrll h units Th flghtliiK flghtliiKlaetpil nlhlllljCIhstltl flghthiglAattd
laetpil for two hours during whlrh th thtwo 11 111o
two 1o Hrltlflh guna and a t omim < al almot aiI1100t 1 1maclit i
mot pxlmusted their ammunltlun A Ailetftcliuicnt 4tliOChItlO1iL I
iletftcliuicnt of ofOO 300 mniinind Infantry Infantryfrom InrMntlVtraIn Infsniytoiii
from Klarkfldorp attempted to 0 reinforce reinforcethe
the British but were held In check by bytho b bIho bytile
tile DOOM DOOMLfoUt HoorIoUl 110aMI4feUt
LfoUt Col Anderson on adds that the thestrength Iheslronglh tilestrength
strength of the lie Doers IIIS ss estimated nt ntfrom ItrrOn1 atfrofli
from 12 1 I2G > < W to lWO fommandanta D DLarey DIore Dc DcLarey
Larey Kemps rtlllcrs Ixmmer Wol Wolmnrnna WolIIlnrans Vohninrans
mnrnna and Potgletcrs were re 1111 praa praacnt precerit
cnt Commandant 1emmcr Is said to tohftVQ tolit tolitvo
hftVQ lit Vo been teen killed
I PREST PREST TO T000 00 TO CHARLESTON CHARLESr N I
Washington March 3 3The The president presidenttoday presIdenttodAY presidenttoday
today Informed a committee from fromOmrtiMton fromlUrll fromCharleston
Charleston lUrll ton S C who called on him
fU TI TIWllllhlnltton
Washington March 3Soon after the themet ther theriIlate
r riIlate ntte met toJay bills were pawed pn ull to toh to11lm tostbIeh
> 11lm stbIeh h a marine hospital at Bnvan BnvanOa 8111nah Sovaninail
nah Oa at a cost not exceeding tttO smI
000 00 nutnomltig the uppomtmnt uJ > llomtmentut uf ufAlien UtAllen
I Allen V need now a captain on the thei thoIetlr theleUred I I
i Ietlr leUred tired lilt ot the navy na as a rear ad I
that th lit he would visit the exposition In Inthat Inthat Inthat
I that city I
inlral on the retired list and to pay 11 11rtor
rioro l A Uartlnir JM93 L g3 for damage damagenn 1Ilml w wn1
nn account of her Illegal arrest and a11l111l1 a11l111l1lrl 1m 1mlrlsomntnt innIrisOninent
lrlsomntnt lrl lonmellt at New NwOrlcans Orleans In January JanuarjISM
ISM ISMAl UIH21ifj
Al 2iv3 i p > ni Mr Fry bruinii t11 < 1I1I u urpeecli arpeeci
rpeecli nee on the th shIpping hlp lnr bill lie re reMewed cclewed
Mewed tha th condition of American trade
and tllHlllolntClt1 pointed 10111 ted out on lt the aninll sttitt 11111111111I011111111111 11111111111I011111111111US I I amount t wliltdi wliltdivies iiit1iella
vies US iirrlad In Aiiirlc 11111Icftll u tililpH eltipsCII lie lieoiilil ire ireH
oiilil H CII II th > country Coti Olllltl lit ty nail IIR promoted uiultr uiultrpioiArtloii UIII tirt I I1ollllllolIlnl1
pioiArtloii 1ollllllolIlnl1 1111 411 ion and it 01 ovoty IVOI Industry I lId tlstr y had boon boon1iatectfld llfolllrollpl ijoonI
1iatectfld I except AniiTlCfW IIIIICI tj ahlpplllt siilimpiitgiitotmld
Hliould t war ouour lativcen tha tII Trent ffrentricvnncarrylnir TrentnClnncllrr11I1f grOatIcctlnchlrryiim
ricvnncarrylnir natlonn or If the world worldlike Iollillike votitiI
like I KtiRlaml l Jtmiglt ni ind a Onfuititij he wild 11I11 iIl Id 1 thu thurnrmers IhornllI1lrS th thfttiiiieru
rnrmers the rneclmnlco nml the pta piodinem 1110JUpelM ptadtlielmI
dinem of America through lack of fn fndlllles tnllIlIuM Caliii
dlllles liii ie for or tnuiipounion would low lowmore 10110Iflor losemore
more than either of the ontcndlng na nations nRIIOIIA naionic ¬
ionic ionicIimero
tionsThero Thero I II one only thine dtclarod dtclarodPennloi 11c141O1Pelllllol dpeiatoltenutoi
Pennloi Frye lInt Is r rfllllnlllJls pon lble for forhis torIhls fortitis
his condition of It affair and Dint U I IlnllllcllI
American mice
iiuimit iiuimitWnihlnvlon I 110 U mm mmWlt8hlll tU4lfitalminitotm
Wnihlnvlon Wlt8hlll italminitotm lolI March 3 3rlller tnder ills or order ortJer order ¬
der made litat weak tlie house today todaywont tod todWOlt todayVeiiL
wont into commlttw of the whole nm nmuntarwl ullil ullilIIlIt limItielitelod
untarwl IIlIt rOl iiHii tilt > cciimlildintloii ii of thu thubill thubill thimbill
bill to classify the th iiriil fi flee e delivery deliverysinlco 1101lelanl1co deliverysirvico
sinlco nnd sulMtltute the contract for forthu forlie i
lie salary BRiar syijlom for rural turrleiw turrleiwIt I
It WH I arranged the thi general debate debateshould mieimtttecitouitl I
should bo xijually tlIIU II II ii dlMod Ii 11I I I lhed d lietwctn lie thafilciuU III IIItlcllb t lieCi
filciuU Ci and a 111 oppom > iiti I LII > of the t mtmguiQ mtmguiQHiid tn U8UIQ U8UIQHnllihol 0
Hiid Hnllihol hInt Mr l1tlllll1tlit Loud of Callfoitili Hhould Hhouldcontrol itiloUilcemitriji
control the lulls III < n favor of and Mr MrSwtumun IIISWRIIIUI1 ll llSwalisoil
Swtumun of If V VhglnlR ilgilli N mltl iiftnliiHt lust tho t itt bill billTlio hiliThl 1111Tue
Tlio fonner III UIUIIK OII l1g the debate hnll de declnred ileeitiistl > I
clnred that tllI 1 III Ills Hiihilon tilt riuefttlon riuefttlonInvolved 11I1l011111IlIlvoll qtleCtiomihillmIvuli
Involved wu itS of moic 11111 Importance than thannny I liniman I IIIny
an which would Iwfure the I Ienl
nny come pres present ltiNSilt ¬
enl IoiiHiuM OliglUlS Ipni t pi II tin t ii voltillon soi It I ion would wIIIIlI1IIel1tl1l11 vo tilti tiltil1eIihli
depend whether V hut lleI tlu t II I < rural I free delivery deliveryMU tlellrHelce liOllelimmhce
MU Helce vice would toNt 151 tiltlnmtely lilt hUll iliitflely till sixty II xt or ortwenty 01twenty jt jtVerity
twenty million 111111101111011111 I lii I i lull Uollnin ilul itt vs 1111 > n annum annumThe anlllllllIhl 1111111 lii liihis
The his i lurid urn free ilflhfry 11 II1I > up In this thistlluo thlIIUIU thIstlin
tlluo ho HaM Itl hud ImtMi hli n u political out outand 0111ulIlI iii iiitmitd
and It had itlcn many ifletnbiMH of ofongiesi litCllllglOIiI oftlnglecs
CllllglOIiI ongiesi tliilr Ih h first lusto nf the Mweem Mweemof 1f1l1II1IIf
of If public ittlbi io palKimiuo i iii I nitflttg Ill I Jo triiQfl Irlllfllho thu til a hl hltiny hilJl his history
tiny lJl and niild lUllllPOWlh growth of the service nervkennd servicehIlt
hIlt It Itll I iS cost declaring miocia rI lll that I It was Hut Hutmost t liemonet
most extravagant ox t rrt vti gIl lit In I ii the it public n U hi Ic mrli mrliAt sict it itdt
At tin lie inception tin > carrUiH IOY IlItellI11 M MJioo I
Jioo 100 IIT III i II r ammin nlllll I Ill Tlioy now leielved leielvedo
oQ o If I C tho sulaiy Bulal cyst y8tem eta wnn oonlln oonllnucd tunlllluld coittirilId
lId thty Iht would evcntlinlly receive 350 80 W
01 DOO I At the I preetnt t time 11114 JSGOOOO was WUHbclnff wasbelmIg VOMbcln
bcln bclnff stifiit SI1Ini for tlio xupurvNiry I Voice fUlceIhl VoiceihiO nice niceThe
The bill vn carefully drawn 1Ia 1111 Air AirLoud Mr1otltl Ir I
Loud said 10 o provtdu against limo po poslblllty poimibihity
slblllty of a lecurnnco of the stnr route routeMtBiidnlH 1011111IlIanllIIH toutswlldll
MtBiidnlH he July Jul y om contract lilt ra c t could cuu ill be beKlvon hogiven
given 111 to t U one man v whll ho Ii 0 inimt thuS t live i I vo In the thedistrict Ihll1I1rlet timedistrict
district wheto iheio the route was QH located locatedand Ilcnlllllanll locittildamud
and who ii must pcrfoun pIIlfalll1lhe the service him himself hltnelf himself ¬
self selfWANTSOOOD elfWANTS WANTS WANTSOOOD WANTSOOODOFFIOSOFFERED elf GOOD GOODOFFICES GOODOFFICES
OFFIOSOFFERED OFFIOSOFFEREDVnihlngtori OFFICES OFFERED OFFEREDRlhlllllOIi
Vnihlngtori Mnrcli lltoprenonln lltoprenonlntlve 3 JtoprelolllnIhe
tlve Bhnfrotli of Colorado C loratlo today todA pro prorented 111Irentelt lIrImrciiteti
rented n memorial from the Colorado ColoradoIcdslatuie Cololnt1oIcrl ColoradoIrgislotuic
Icdslatuie Icrl lRlure appealing 10 u our niillimal niillimalndmtntitrntlon nntlullalIIlhnlnrtllrutioll flalioliahaiiillrmmtrntloii
ndmtntitrntlon to I tender itO iood Iomluf IomlufIlrol of ofllios offlIes
flIes u lIt our govurnniont in an ShY ny tUunl tUunllied IIIUIIIlied tiigiiilied
lied and conaUUnt inannor that wilt ba baconductive lieclJllduetle beOiiltlCtlt
conductive to peace IN co between Jel wecli tho oiith somitiiA oiithAd outhAhleanR
AhleanR A Ad leans and a mlii Omit 0 req t nittnln flil till ii to 0 I lie I end endthat 01111Ihllt 0111hint
that till British isjoveinmant may lIa be beImliired lioJwluccd lIeIIllllhCed
Imliired lo chiuiRO lu piCHcnt pollcj 1011 to totender IuItnll totndcr
tender Itnll 1 Much terms of pence ns shall be beillke IIIJalll Ii Iitithe
alll tithe < I honoiubie to the Boors and In ac acoidance neIllItIlCI ticI
I oidance 01111 lIce with V I ill tliolr t 111 I imiihatlons as ilitttt ioims for lib libn libPI I I Il
PI n l I ii J
Heavy 1Ia Hnow NilotvhitTellulImie NilotvhitTellulImielenvor nL Tolliulilc TolliulilcDenver TeIlIlLllclenI1I
Denver Match 3 3A A special H elnl to rite
TlmiB ham Uurny Hays HaysA HI1 HI1A
A snowMtdrm prevails here lidding hiddili to lothe toIhlt tothe
the twenty Inches Inc 114 now no tm the level levelfiivcrnl levelliecmni I
fiivcrnl hmvy htU snow nt1 ulldw ids havo havuoo iiavuoaetlretl oa oacurred
curred lurrellllurlrllr duritiff the jmstK4 JnHt iUMt1lmdi 4Ml liaufsrbnt f J11 no nofatnlltlfs nf1tllllllllll1I
fatalities Imvp occuired limo l1iodrI1I driver Of Ofthe f fth
the th itt IU ntll > d Mountain stnye which 111011 was wasmiow WilliInoll
miow bound nt Pronton thte days with withone wllholle sIthlone
one passenger va Honsal ctimi down on snow snowshots 111011ho1J snoishore
shots yesterday rIll upbound stage stntjehas aln stageline e ehns
has been b ln lying near tho riverside elide elidefor Blldofor slidefor
for threo bye The nnid to lUd lUdmountain 11011lhioumlItill 111 1111II0Ulltltn
mountain will lIIbo be blocked for a Week or ormore or1I10re ormore
more moreTho 1I10reIhe moreiitl
Tho Blldcs have hn 0 broken down the theolictrlc Ihoollctll theo1ctiic
olictrlc poles connecting the Camp Bird Birdand Blratlll Birdaitli
and the Tellurlde Pmv Power r company at ntAmes atAme atAllies
Ames also tho clectilc whoa 1109 of 0 tho thoCiimp thoCIIP lieCitnimp
Ciimp Bird extension company compll1Reeml COillpaflIsvcriti
flevoral slides of the road to tho tholUvenup tho1IIIIUI tileflevenue
lUvenup makca It difficult to keep keeptransjiortotlon leoolltlln Iceeitransportation
transportation tlln Iorlnllan open Seventh slides slidescnnip BlIloHlnille climbsaloe
aloe down yesterday slellIy between the theCiimp lieCiumnp
Ciimp 11111 huh mine and the mills but did didno IIIIno tbitno
no dnmnge II a 11 11 111 A slide came down on the tholluby thtHuh theitchy
itchy Huh Trust yesterday but only 0111 dam damneed damlIell damnngeI
need one building slightly llghll A slide dam damneed 110mnged damnaged
need the building at the Vliglnlua yes yesterday ycstenn yesterday ¬
terday terdayCharles tenn tennQhnricli terdayChance
Charles Ilroiulwny Hnnts 110n Dead DeadNew IIcUIel feudNew
New el York March 3Chnrlos niond niondway nlondwoy Iliouidway
way HOUBH died her lodny Ho had hadsuftrml hnlllIuftlled hindsuficred
suftrml from hoart disease e nnd dropsy
Mr 11 JtouMH WNH born ut tr Woodsboio WoodsboioMd
Md In 1S2C Ho flint enRiicd In bust bustnejs
nejs In Winchester Wlnche ler Va n served In the theCanfodcrato thocOl1tlllotnle tileConfederate
Confederate army and then cnmu to toNew toNell toNew
New Yorw In JSOS 80 lIe had been In Inbiiiliiess IIIbUllllel1l ImibtlsimIess
biiiliiess here continually from that thattlmt thatIImt linttime
time He II erected nt his own expense expensea
a moiuim 11IOnllll11ut < < iit to dead doulConfellerale Confederate sol soldiers RolIIItIs ioldiems ¬
diers In Mount Hope cemetery lemote this thisconducive thlconducho tillSconducive
conducive to pence p nco between the South Souththe Soulhthr bothtile
the Inlvcrslly tnlll1r lt of Vlrftlnln and gave
100000 for a Confederate monument to tonf to10lal1 toup
nf locatid at Richmond Va Rome Romeyears AQtnlparl borneyners
years parl ago Mr I Units became blind Ho Hoollmd Hoolfmll Hooifertd
ollmd Jl UOOOOOO 000000 to an IlnOIiIl J ono who imo coald coaldrestore cll ctitbrestore hl hlrOltore
restore his night but the reward was sasata
ata nnnAIiIt 1 4 ninA
v n v vItnl
Itnn Into > II Live rivIlecttirm Klculili Wire Wirelleno lrc
lleno Nav e March 3 Yesterday 3Yeslordayabout Yesterdayabout
about boU noon the body of Prank A Wells Wellswas WellAat Wellswas
was at found IjliiB 1ln aTOM a live electric electricwire electrlowire electricwire
wire near HIP resident ot his father fatherIt
It Is sutpoMd that 1 an he was going
home Saturday nlghi be ran Into a live liveulectrh Ihpoletrlt lirevieri
ulectrh win that had lieen sagged saggeddown SIIJredIolln saggedIIOWII
down by II tho ho storm Ills JII hand was ul ultnoit ulmOI almoat
moat severed from ills body bodylilklinrt bo boJUkhllrt bodyilkiIli
lilklinrt rt 111 I II Hunk Inllti InlltiLincoln PnIlNI1nloln InlisLincoln
Lincoln Ills March Mnm cii SThe Tile Hank Ilnnkof
of It lilltliait J located In the village of ofICIkhart oflelkhart ofICikiinrt
ICIkhart near here failed to upon for forInulnai torIlIulnllll or orihihlilielS
Inulnai today Irnln the failure followed followedinvMtlgatlon tollowclIIIVNIIInllon followediliveatigatlon
invMtlgatlon by h a hank tvamlnci The Thadtpolt TheIllt Tilediaosit8
dtpolt Otlt amount to about 80000 nnd nndti III IIItl1
ti h < i exact amount of shortage In not nt ntknown ntIlrllllltlnl atknowim
Ilrllllltlnl known J C f Taylor prculdent prculdentFrank IlreltlenlIIIIJ
IIIIJ Frank W Cotle rnRhlar stats that thatihe Ihatllle thatthe
ihe nwcl will fully CIIII cover the lIe llnblll llnbllltiti 110111tll hiabhiltills I
tills tll The Bank of Klkhart I < win ItS or organized orpnzed orifltnlzed ¬
ganized In WH under the hue laws of Illl Illltioli
tioli by fonner Oov Uncle Dlik DlikOglasbj DhkOltles 11kOgiesiiy
Oglasbj Oltles nm 01111 tho Ito wealthy cattle Ulur UlurJohn 11111John kiligJobmi
John D I Gillette The Gllettw and andOclwby alllOllluhy soilOgleally
Oclwby nnd farmers und cattloralms cattloralmsnre
nre creditors of 0 the bank bankAliiuiMt uankIIIIIHt bankthiiiitst
AliiuiMt a fir OreRI reti cot Ilru IlruNew PlrcNew PlmeNe
New Ne York March 3An exploalon exploalontoday expJotlollloony exploelontoday
today wrecked the n 110101 > c tory building buildingat
at J102U Cannl Cannl1ttr street t occupied by b the theAste th thASle tIltActe
Aste ProsM Printing company The Thebuildlnf Ihltllildln IIltbtilding
buildlnf wall filled with emploje om some someof omof
of 0 whom were hurt by h Jumping Half Halfthe IInltlhe halfthe
the Canal street front was Mown into intothe IntoIhl intothe
the street nnd the Interior wan AII almost almostInstantly AlmostInllantly almostInstantly
Instantly n roaring man of Dome DomeThe IIIIIIIIIrhe ftiimneeThe
The printing haute backed up against nsrnlnata
a row of sevenstory flat homes occu occupied aecuJ11 occuItled ¬
pied J11 d by b Italians The rear wall 11 of the theburning lieburnIng
burning building was blown agaInst the thetenements thdlehell1ellts tiletenelneIlts
tenements creating panic among the theoccupant thloccupnnill lieoccupants
occupant Many Ian Jumped ll from win windows windows windows ¬
dows Consuela Durranto leaped 1i 1flI from froma
a window and alighted on the stone stoneflakKing II10neOaltlng stoneflagging
flagging of a courtyard She > was U taken takento
to a hospital where she died diedThe 111Ihc diedThe
The floe department d < pnrtment estimated the theloss the10s thelees
loss at 6000 Ileporta van ere dculnted dculntedthat Inculatedthat d dthnt
that a number of perwutx known to tohave toIlove tohave
have been n In the buildings have not notbwn notbD nutbevn
bwn nccountvd for but Ut th IIn tie finmen finmensaid OIlIIeulalll fltttneiisaid
said they thought all bad escaped OiI l1ped In InJury InJury Injury
Jury except those who Jumped
r C C i I
GJtil1ce P JL rV UUL6 1 ice ro Ii 116ul 116ulT Heiir HeiirI HeiirInSI B0J el1t1 M r I il I I
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I 1 InSI In T 11 oi C 0 < l jl Louis LouisJcaci L T OlllS OlllSiaclic S i
Jcaci < s Weshrnmosl WS flllIOSI Point Poilliof of His Visit Vlsito 10 to United 1 dSla Stales Stalesflavor SalestilOi s i
flavor lc1Iol Bids Him WelcomacdddnsSi JYclcol1la I1dercss in III Solid Silver SilverCase 8ilvrCase I it
Case Vtesented Him IJ lIGC1IJJ1C1l1 German Veto V VLlcuzs fculls tans Pay TJ lleit eiz eizRespectsWinces rr jl i iRSpecs I
RespectsWinces RSpecs Piiiiccg Happy Speech 1 II i I
PI 1111 1111i
i it I
St Ioul Mnwli 3Prlnco Prltue Henry Uena of ofJruiMln orhUlMfa ofIiUtMihl
JruiMln gpont four to II hour In Bt Louis LouUtoday loull100h Louisotiity
today 100h durlnir which time he was royally royullyLiitirtiiliKKl roUlIyLIIlllrllllnetl royallycliiertutlllti
LiitirtiiliKKl A short meptlou at tho thoVllon thotill thuLiiiomi
Vllon till 1011 slntlon thOu und a III I Urn Ih prutwiitiulon Ilrctl llllltlon of ofan ofoil
an addr IIl1tlltllllI m of welcomu by II Mayor Wells Wellsmill IIIN IIINIIIHIII lls llsmm
mill IIIHIII mm 111 a similar silo I Is i nddrcwi alhllt tdti tP by n committed committedft Umlilili tee
ft 1 Carman aimy Hili ItllIl nd navnl vrturuiiH vrturuiiHpiccedwl WhUCIIIH1IIcellCII PtfliLlliIIll
piccedwl Ill EehiOd n drive Ii tive throiiKh lii roligil tho t li bualnaitH bualnaitHlertlim IJUWIlISlHI
lertlim I of th lime city It to the west eat cml cmlwh emlwhnD eiitlbtemts
wh whnD at lie Bt Louis club Irlino Irlinolisnty 111110hPIH ltlmitolielli
lisnty hPIH nnd his hi unite < with the twimtlon twimtloncommittee lCelljltlunCOIl1I11IUeto iemuptionComfliti
committee Comfliti tee were sic bmikfantDd lJlVHIt IIIPll theme TheroMayor rhHOIIIYUl theme2tl
Mayor 2tl 8i Wolls OIlH el is piesuntrd itieeuhi ted Pilneo 1111 I I ilL Htiiry 11111 1411 I a artitwih 0UIIIII l lPlipoli
rtitwih casket of stcrllnif sll Mllrr r onw onwn 011111nllllttl oiliitilWli
n nllllttl ilWli iitcd tith with w i lii an Inslmlu I In I mt gold I old con contalnhiK contalnhlll containitig
talnhiK the addrHRH ptmonteil muller by
Mayor Ia ol eils lls To this nddr lultimeaa si the thelIlnca lieI
11 lIlnca I luce responded briefly brieflyST
ST LOUIS CJUWUTINQ CJUWUTINQWhen
When tho apoolnl ttnln II IIl of Prince PrinceHfiuy lrlnoeTltIJI lrlnoolIiilliy
Hfiuy TltIJI Htenmed Into Lnlon stfttlon at ati atO7
i 07 n m mu it was gieeted with the ihowhlvtltfl thewhlsllill lie liewltisties
whlvtltfl of fnotorle and locomotive locomotivennd locomotlun
nnd un tho oheeti of tlmuwmds gathered gatheredto
to cntoli n gllmiwo of aarman royalty royaltyAH
AH 11 tho train stopped In the center of ofthe ofIto I
the 111 < station It IWII ni ls boarded by II > Dr 1 hid Hleloff tIelIt hidaff
off It the Qeinmn consul and Mayor MayorWells MtlorWells Inur InurWeIlH
Wells Tho imu pilnec was greeted l by Dr DrIllelolf 01IIIelort DiIliciolT
Illelolf who iii Introduced Mayor Wulls WullsAfter WitllHAttoi ulls ullsArlel
After the exchange of n few words be betVeen beI betVoeii
tVeen I aen them Mayor raUI Wells oicorted oicortedrrlnco alcortelhlnco olcortel1riimco
rrlnco Henry H nr fiom the lie train through throughIoublo throughlOllhlll throughOlihlIO
Ioublo llnu formed by h tho thememr monitors of ofthe ufIhe ofI
the I lie reception committee conlitli ttee and Speolnlly Speolnllypicked 1I11 ipolaiiyuilcketl olnlly olnllyI1lelell
picked olllcera of tlla ho iwllce forco to tho thoBrand thogrnnll 110gramid
Brand waiting room of tho station on onthe ontill cittime
the second Hour HourKvetywhcro 110uI lioomI10tywhiero
Kvetywhcro I wore to be seen e n tho hue Gar Garman GerJnnll CarlImit
man nnd American colors InUUwlned InUUwlnedin
in the decorations thut had bean put UI upulth UIwllh UIV
ulth V I C II n lavlih hand handHear IflUidIteat
Hear 11 IIR I Admiral Robluy D I Kvnns who whoWBH whowas 110 110Was
was one of the th party attracted almost almostns
ns much attention UH did I iii tho lie prince princehimself pilmicehimself lllICOhlmselt
himself When 1mcn the entire party had hadiiflicmbted hudIIIIIClllbiod lunditisceitiltied
iiflicmbted In the brilliantly lighted lightedraid lIihtcdrlLll lightedra4ld
raid rlLll hall of the station Mayor Wolls Wollswith Wullswith
with a tow words WOI S handed hUllllulllhc tile prince an antlllolal 1111lIIolal aimciliolal
tlllolal address of welcome engraved engravedon cnsrucIIlIIlIJ
on lIIlIJ 8 iscroll 1 ut lJ parchment It Itwal was sasiOilotva as asfbltoivs a
c cTIlE a aTHE
fbltoivs
TIlE MAYOHI WI3LCOMK WI3LCOMKIn WI VELCOMEinibobialt ICOM1J ICOM1JIn
In inibobialt behalf of the people of St LouIs LouIsI Lou Id IdI I
I bid you u hearty henrt welcome to their theircity theircity thmeircIty
city It Is our desire eBlre that your our brief briefvisit brIefIslt briefvisit
visit Islt with us be UH agreeable to you youns youOs OU OUns
ns U will be to o those who 110 have tho ito hon honor ¬
or of entertaining you and that you youwill youwIll ou ouwill
will carry back to the great country countryou
> ou lepresent lepro lnl pleasant recollections of ofthis otthis ofthis
this city by b the he Father I of Wateis WateisSt
St Louis has hud changes of fortune fortuneand fOltuneanl1 fortumieamid
and history hlstol unusual to cities In thin thincountry IhllIounlry Illscouiltry
country During tho last hundred yours yoursIt
It has been under Uld I the dominion of II three threelagsand IhrlclIagulInd hrtcfiagsitnd
lagsand has passed In peaceful trans transition lIInslIIon chills chillsiIon ¬
ition from Spanish to French and from fromFrench tromPrene from1renchi
French to Amctlcan sovereignty sovereigntySituated lovlr6Igll81un100 sovereigntyliltumitetl
Situated on tho borderland between betweenthe
the th north and thy south and the east eastand elHtunol eastitril
and the west pst Its people tire drawn from fromnnd fromIInd fromand
and are representative of every ever section secilunof
of 0 the United Unll States Indeed from frUI1lIulY frUI1lIulYtuRrler roam evuiy evuiyquarter CViJlyIinrter
quarter < lit If f the globe they Ihe lie luivooomennd luivooomenndespecially have eOncnnd eOncnndcSl1lcllllly uotnenndecptciahi
especially may ilia you meet here In large Inrfcenumber InrgpnUlllborlJ largeiltlmliberul
number pioplo fiom your own land landnnd Innllnnd landflmld
nnd speaking your our own tongue tongueFrom lonJrulIrom tongueIromii
From whatever sect ctlOIl Ion of thin land landthey londIho landthey
they Iho may have com from 10111 lmteur wbittteitOhind lmteurland llIIllIJInnll
land beyond our borders they tile Mmo c 01111 to today Indll tOlab ¬
day dll with one accord to Join this wel welcome welcome id idcome ¬
come for in 11 your our visit IHIt to this country countrythey countrytlloy QuntryIhey
they see a manifestation and expios expiosslon UXPIUIIslon eXlSsioni
slon of the sincere friendship which whichfrom whllhfrol1l whichfrom
from the lie bcglnlng Imd existed be between hItwten bktieo1l ¬
tween Get Oellnllny many und 1111 the t hO t United ritntcs ritntcsThe illilesTho 3tittesTile
The freedom of the city Is yours Its Itshospitality ItHho itshospItality
hospitality ho pllolln nwnlta you ttt and the sole ru rugiet rugrot vugiet
giet of the occasion Is that hall must mustto
to soon be followed by farewell farewellflKHMAM tureelmm furevehio1itMAN
flKHMAM mm IAN VKTERANB V PRESENTED pnESP TGD
Following this a committee of Gel German Gelmnn isvmoan ¬
man veterans representing the Dent Dentscher Deutscher Petitselier
scher Uindwolirvereln the he Duiitscher DuiitscherMllltnrverfln DuulllChol1oI1IIIorerln Duuitseiiem2tihltarverelii
Mllltnrverfln and ala the Krlgerverlon of ofSt ofSt ofSt
St Louis and the Vcteranenvereln of ofSprlnglkld 0 0Sprln ofbprlngileld
Sprlnglkld Sprln lltld Mn 10 were ort presented to the theprince theprlncl tileprince
prince They gave him a beautiful en engraved engrnllIl engraied ¬
graved scroll showing the coat of ofarms 0 0IIrm ofarnie
arms and ant the national colors of Amer America AmerICR Amerlea ¬
lea and Germany Intertwined with a aGerman IIOlrman almrnlsn
German Inscription expressing the thehearty Ihlhearl tilehearty
hearty good oOtI will 111 of If the societies named namedPrince nl11911Irlr1l1 iianiediripire
Prince Henry responded heartily to tothe 10the tolie
the atldrem of hl lila former fellow conn conntrymcn countrmell 00111trynidil
trymcn HP spoke n word con to each eachmember tachmcmber eachmember
member of the committee V Whlll hlle > this thisWM IhlllIolnll thiswss
WM going on the prince turned to toItem 10Itpil toItear
Item Admiral Ryan who stood nearby nuarbyami IIl1ubyIInd
ami itd unll Mo MOSt t of thew > fellows serv served ferVIll seryci ¬
ed ci In the smm war with llh mu muThis 11111Thill tooTiils
This committee wail composed of ofWin nfWill IfWiii
Win O 1 Vach nch Rudolph Hu fluesgen 8K gen n Peter PeterWult roleIWIIIII Petertittz
Wult tittz Florence 1 Eytich I Helnrlch Pnu Pnulti 1nllIUM Pnulos
lti los harkS IVOcnlih Robert IHnKkH IHnKkHJohn hlnecksJohn
John Caannd Christ Evort oll Helnrlch Helnrlchfltelnbach IplnrlchHItlnlJaeh IleInricliitItihuicti
fltelnbach Corlwnl Mueller llenjntnln llenjntnlnSohwnn 1InjllllllnIlhwnrl llenjamiiinSchwnir8
Sohwnn Wilhelm Koohne John H HSchlattimin 11klllatlIIlLn ItSciilatlflhlli
Schlattimin Krut rllt Keller August AugustLoehrwyer Augu1loehnwYlr AugustIoehmYpr
Loehrwyer Helnrlch I Loehmeyer Au August Au11I11 AU51Ji
gust Relnmann Fritz FleUchniRim 1I1l ehll11IJrt and andIlruno 11111nruno antiliruno
Ilruno SttlMistlan SttlMistlanA Sa haatlll n nA
A short reception eml fOl1Il1 < l the care ceremonies careloonies eromonlell ¬
monies at Union station Than came camethe camethe cainethe
the drive to the HI Louis club Prince Princellonry PrinceI PrIncehenry
henry I < nry nccomiNiny by Mayor Wells WellaRrai WellslIal ieilaheal
heal Admiral Evans and Dr 1 1 Rlvloff Rlvloffthe ItI Itialoifthe lorr lorrIhe
the German consul to St Louis IollillOccu IollillOccuIlltd occu occupied ¬
pied HIH Ito first carriage an open landau landaudrawn landaulira landauiisWll
drawn lira wn by four black horse horseA horsesA
A platoon of mounted Police and a adetachment 1detnchment adetachment
detachment of the Fourth United State Statecavalry ftalColellnlr Stateacavalry
cavalry from Jefferson tmirnckn under underthe uniteItho underlie
the lie command of Maj F V A Edwards Klwnrdat Jo
t r 8 A acted a UN escort and bodyguard bodyRuanlThe
The other carriage bearing Itrlng the re remaining 111I11111ln e eInsliling ¬
maining guests and nnlmember members of the lo local local hocal ¬
cal reception commltti followed In nine ninecarrlBgos nlnCilITIlges ninecarriages
carriages carrlBgosThere CilITIlgesThre carriagesThere
There was n throns walled In by bybuildings bybulhllngs bybuildIngs
buildings and police llnw IIn In the theneighborhood thenclghborhooll theiieighiborhood
neighborhood of the St Louis club clubwhen clUbwhon clubwhen
when Prince Henry lIenr arrived and ns nsat ItSnt asat
at other points along the th route routethrough routIhrough routethrough
through the he city there were flrp en enthusiastic inthuslastic n nthuslastlc ¬
thusiastic cheers The club house wax waxdecked 1aKIllIlkll1 wasdeked
decked with tines lIa H und long Ian folds of ofbunting otbun ofbunting
bun bunting ling III which the > German colors colorsad coloNbad colorshad
bad ad a prominent place pia Lines of police policeextended 1101108exlend lanceextended
extended exlend d from street to tocluu club houjwdoor houjwdoorand hou door doorand doorand
and out In the avenue stood a squad squadron sqUadron ¬
ron ot cavalry Aa A the pilnca drove up
tho cavalry cClnlr men presented arms and
tho patrolman tlinlr batons batonsTIIH batOIlSrIm batwispr1tT
rIm PRINCE MK1UKPA JJUCJoI flltIiA1pATsilu PMITS TS TSTle
Tle 1 o prince wan etcurlwl to a dressing
room and ten mimiies later with May ¬ I
or 0 Uollu Volls led the Ih way to the hund hundHome hlllllHOIIIO buildeommw
Home bnllt lIallloull1 ooin wlura bimkfuat wan
served A 4 4trncod
long table rwHmbllnru II con
tnictod horseahoc extended Its It arms armsiIitWli
down the room roo in and lit UH It I 5 head Irlnc Vol nes i
Henry J1ellr was 19 given u wut 8 soiti1 It It11IOI
Major i1 11IOI nyom Wells Vml lii prcsidoil Ilr Prs llIol with W itit PHIHO 1111I Ill llI
Henry on Ills light nnd VmbaBsadnf 4
von 011 Hollcbpn 1I on his left nh mtitis is III th I
inayorB wrtlon of the Ih tulle wen nv den
Cot CUIhlll bin AHHI A HI Secy bIlC IC Hill len en von 011 I Ilell IlellItln Iiessin H Hwin >
win Admiral von OIl Tlrpitz ltv IIV iwrkur iwrkurof
of MlMnurl Admiral yon > on HenJtendorff I IAdmimlial
Admiral Kvuns 1 II11H Gen John J lln r C Hates 1Il1teHJtlmlllll t
Admliril 41 I till 11 1 von uti UlHund WIHOllltlltI > i l lel < f i and a id Dald 1 H
Francis FmnolsTJIH Jomnuls1h 1
TJIH Thi 1h wallo auis and nlllne IIIII were er hidden
with It ii huntlns liii ii thug laigoly lal In igeiy IJI In I ii iud white wI I to and I
bluo iti till nnd nlong tho table WCM heaped lIeu lIeu lIeugroat
ttrau bundle of American beauty beautyAfter
rO r0os r0osAfter I
After IAftal the dlwiwlon dlllClII Mlon of uu elaborate
maim for which 152 coveru had been
laid the presldant of the United StaHH StaHHand 8tnlsond bttlUtiand
and the emperor l1 of Germany wot iV0ltiIJMiOl It It1I a aoa
1I alllI oa it d Mayor Wcillji in a few words
then nrewntwd the freedom of the city
mid tile gold and AIIII ll r casket contain
inpr tim addriHW of welcome to Prim Prln111111I a
Henry 111111I who responded n 11M follows followsTHE folo folo1JIT toiIosT1hi
THE PRINCEH H ItliSPONHE ItliSPONHEMr
Mr II Mayor nnd Representatives of
the Citizens of St 1iulnlt In my m df dflie IIfHIIo l1rsilo
silo lie to thank you for jour our kind words wordsu i
In u welcoming me lo I 0 t your I city I ty I Intro lavnnow havil1I0W Intro110W
now reached lie must w wectermi enter point ot ottny 0 0lilY ofIn
lilY In Visit lo It the lie tilled HtntPK I run runnorry 1111sorry
sorry 11011 that I cannot go farther west westward relitwnrd icatYard ¬
ward and see ae IV more of your magnificent
country call lit but bti t as you OU Uiiow my time 14
limited limitedSince limitedSIIICI hlitiltetilimbo
Since reaching 1lIu hlnl America I blare been bcc 1 Itraveling M
traveling day tIa and nlijlit through thIs thhwonderful IhlwQuderCul j
wonderful country cOlin II and I ntmure you OU
that I have uven deeply Impressed by
the hospitality ami lie Ulntlly feeling
that I have met with 111 day ntid night
I I wish 1511 to thank nil nh of you nnd also
to thnnk thin ilk nil nh of thiwe with Y ithi whom I luun luunnot hiLtVllhot
not been nblo to talk amid Miiku hnmlH imnipbriMamiy
Jinny have come to ri my rain ala In tip tipmlddlo tit titiniddio
mlddlo of tho lie night to welcome mid I Inut
nut deeply grateful gratefulYou i iYou
You know wlwso rcprcsontntlvo I Inm Iann
nm I wunt you nil to know tin fir ill i iJect V
Ject of mv mission to tIle United Stiti Stitito Sttttto
to cement the thl friendly iKirids exlil
between tile two count tottfltmLcjs Ion
1 want you to know hint Germm hrr n
I flyer Uttfli tfLCXPhiiDBOffrMtlnK a al > 1
16 shako Ifnnds across lio Ati utl utlwhenever 1 1believer
whenever you hire ready to do so soI
I am al also o Ito representative ff rfmuntlomi a anation
nation which Is ever ready to a fight n nnation attntlon
nation of arms but not a belligerent belligerentnation beihigerentnation
nation nationMy t tMy
My sovereign IH ever uu advocate ndvocatof
of peace and Intends keeping his peace peacewith peaceWith
with thu nations ntilonsI
1 nm deeply Impressed by the vast vastness vastness
ness or your country anti the laigeneti laigenetiof
of Its commerce nnd resource This ThisgreatncHi Thisgieatnesc
greatncHi growu upon mo dally as I Itravel Itravel
travel through your land landI
I llnd that the fulled States is iswot IsWorth
wot Worth th having as a friend friendNow friendNow
Now let us drink to the city of St StLouis StLouis
Louis und Its prosperity
At the conclusion of those ceremonies ceremoniesthe
the entire party iapntor l their car carriages carringes ¬
riages for or n drive to the train which In Inthe intill
the meantime had l lotni > o n transferred to toForest toForest
Forest park parkThe parkThe
The route followed took Prince Henry Henryoml Henryniiti
oml the other visitor through the ho finest flneitresidence finestresIdence
residence nertlon of the fashionable fashionablewest
west end nnd over the win womids Ids fair site siteIn sItuIn
In Forest paiK to the tlt train trainAt rainAt
At 10IO a m the iii plnceM special specialtrain specIalrniit
train pulled out for Chicago Tho first firststop lrtstop
stop mado will he Springfield III L
S A Council of th this United States Statesfccrct litatecsecret
secret service butenu who Is detailed detailedlo
lo accompany Prince Henry throughout throughoutthe
the tour reimukod while nt the Inlon Inlonnation UmilomiitAtion
nation nationThe itAtioniime
The police1 arrangements here arc arcI mireilto
I he best that I have seen n any nnysliern where on onthe oiiito
the ito trip Vour police officials certainly
have dumb thomselve proud on this or orcation orcaion
cation
CHICAGOS PROGRAM PROGRAMChicago 1flOiulUChicago
Chicago Match S 3Irlnce Prince Henry of
Prussia will arrive In Chicago nt C 020 020this SO SOthis
this evening and will straightway enter enterupon eiittvUpon
upon n round of entertainments an anstrenuous asstrenuous
strenuous ns western hospitality can canmake canalake
make it The program follows followsTODAY followsTODAY
TODAY TODAYArrives TODAYArrives
Arrives at Union depot 0M p m mIlnnquet toIlanquet
Ilnnquet nt Auditorium 7 p m mCh muCli
Ch oral festival First regiment ar armory nomary ¬
mary 9 p m mGrand muGrand
Grand ball nt Auditorium 1030 p m mLeave mLeave
Leave ball 3 a m mTOMORROW inTOMORROW
TOMORROW TOMORROWIlreakfast TOMORROWBreakfast
Breakfast probably private S a m mTime rnIImne
Time to bo spent an prince desins desinsreception desherch1tianl
reception of Gov Van Sam of Minne Minnesota Minnesuta ¬
sota u to II n m mLays in141y5
Lays wreath on Lincolns statue 113 113a
a m mLuncheon mnLuncheon
Luncheon at Gennanla club n t 12 12noon 12noun
noon noonReception nounJteceptioii
Reception at Gennanla club 1 p m mDeparts niDeparts
Departs for or Milwaukee 2 p nJieturhIs n nReturn
Return from Mmlii Milwaukee cuitee IS midnight midnightIHuvtw tilitifltghtLlItled
IHuvtw for Ito seat 12SO n m mPreparation IiiIreparaions
Preparation for the entertainment entertainmentof
of the prince have been elaborate pr prcautions prOlltllOnM
cautions for or his hi safety ar are txh kxhutivo kxhutivo1ulhdrelc uinttvo uinttvoHundred
Hundred of workmen were bus to today toiltty ¬
day decorating bulldliiK along streets sreetiover streetsover
over which the diulnaulnlif Vttu Vttuviii i ltui ltuiwill
will pass and cleaning th the > pavement pavementwhile paseruelitchile
while u small army < > t ckilld kill d artisans artisanswas
was putting the he llnlshlnf ton cilias lies on onthe onhe
the he splendid drapertis mul symloilt yml oli d dsigns dsigns
signs In the lie various hall here wh kiisrc kiisrche r rhe
he will be entertained Prince Henry Henryupon Itemiryupon
upon his arrival will be presented i lili lilithe it1he
the freedom of the city br Major lint Hurrlson lintrisoni
rlson after which he will l ttt driven driventhrough tirtssnthrough
through n gauntlet of OmanAmi GeriiamiAmnitIcan il ilcan
can clllwtn carrying torches to Um Umapartments losapartments
apartments In the Auditorium hi hiel hielThe > tel telThe
The suite renerM reserved > d for th the prim primtalnn It Italns
talnn four rooms while i title 50 addition additionrooms addjtiotntmonis
rooms base been set aside for his ser servant eecvaiits ¬
vant his military e eNtJrt urt and distin distinguished tllsrlilguished ¬
guished men In his r putrty f y Tin hall halltonight all alltonight
tonight will be the rrownlng f teattir antr of ofthe citthe
the progrum If etaborato repuiattyni repuiattynican
can make It so The ommlttees pro program itrogram ¬
gram allows the prince only sit hours hourssleep
sleep tonight but In addition the time timebetween tImebetween
between 9 and 11 a in tomorrow has hasliien hasltSfl
liien left open to the visitors pleasure pleasureIt
It I is expected however that he will willfind wiltfad
find n few minutes In which to receive receiveQo receiveOur
Qo Our Van 8 bent nt vf Minn id ii1committee idcommittee
committee who have an addresa acdrt from fromGorminAmsrtcaa fromGet1flLl1AmHCait
GorminAmsrtcaa cltlxeni to a present

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