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I LflST LASTEDITION AS EDITION TIO THE THEInjJ
InjJ I rirYS1C Y SECONJ YEAR
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To tcReirnburse tcReirnburseUtahCitigeiis Rein1burse Rein1burseUtaI1
UtahCitigeiis Utah Citigens
I awHus Introduces a Hill Appropriating 1g 1121 i J2J J2Jo3738
Sellaat °
03738 to be Paid aid the he Slate for Expenses h 1pellses Incuitcd in inSuppressing il ilSuppressing inSuppressillIl
I Suppressing Indian Ildian Hostilities losillcs in il Teititary icviIor raor in il 18656j 18656jIs 8656 35 C 7 7As 7 7us
As Is Shown by Vouches VOlcQ rS on 01 File in iz I War Department D
ppetll 10 the lie lieP l News NOW8n NewsWnh1ntn
cptd1 n C Maroli aroh 12Seim 12Seimniroducc 12Seimi 12Seln 12SelnIII
Wnh1ntn Introduced tho ° folowlli folowllibil Cofloyui Cofloyuibill
III tIL Hnl 1twilfl waiwd rend twice nnd ntl roferrca roferrcaVmmlUec loCorrcl loCorrclto rotoucL1to i iM
M ft rld
bil bill VmmlUec 10 IIflIttee IM on Indian Jnllll affairs affairsA Ifllr ffRIIMA 1 1A
to tM th IIomllec the sum ot of1I o otlH otII
approbating
A w ii lor Ipropllllng utftte ot otfr oCltal oEUtI
to tho ho
lil alnte
tlH to t be b I r roh 1Ihl >
1I II ltal i fr XIIIRe vi mci Incurred Incurrcl In sup supr alp alpPI tIp tIpp
torrl torrlv torrltOIV
hoKtllltlea ho in the
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p PI r 11n i ti 18C5B7 18C G7 as Hbown how own by byf tyIn y yIU
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tOIV hP f i nic 1 In II the war wnr department departmentn dellrtmont dellrtmontan
IU ot O the first firsti
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an n j i nut rut > hHulmt
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e TO pun punIINS PLII41L1IIH
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onii n1 i I 1i 111111 lit iIM ul fllO IMO o Introduced IntrOluco n nmini I IrUI tirt
of war bo 1oii hoI
tlift th secretary Wil
tiui Elcretlry
mini
rUI rt U I id to the th scnnto tho thoI re ren rerr
i t0 1 1 1
ii V nnd nndun nndMIU tiit1L4
t ° i9 Cariiciitor
I jflMIEtoI CRrleltol
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rr other olh r Information In tho thoion thon thoof
un ii1 L4 01 niy y Informltol
MIU n I ion of the war department 10partmolllct rclat
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LIFE EiKb1ANOINO EiKb1ANOINOTNTHE 15 HANGING HANGINGIN IIANGING IIANGINGIN
IN TNTHE THE BALANCE BALANCEGeorge
Probably in inFatal a aFatal aFatal I
Victim of Asphyxiation
George ecrgc Robinson Aged Vicim Asphyxiaton
Fatal JtuporWent tupor Went to Sleep in Lion Lon House Last Night NightWithout NightsWithout Ni htl htlWithout
Without Entirely Entrely Turning Turing Off the Gas 9aso as4 4
of Urn Janitors Janitorstmploud nnttorscmloyod
a t1rg rg Robinson one thejlnlors thejlnlorsImploy
tmploud Imploy d at the L I V > S University UniversityIn UnheuItwaveilng
In I wavering between iotween Hfo On and death deaththe lelth lelththe deaththe
of asphyxiation It I IB be11eve be believed beUevel ¬
the victim nsphyxlton I
victm ho holi heI h ht
becauuo
lieved that he cannot llvo Ivo beCIUDO
Uevel exposed to the thofj therl thet
oil and was
li I o years yea 111 oxposet
Is Isthoroughly Isthorougbly Isovoughy
that this his system
fj rl t for li 1 hours uts so 10
thoroughly isturated with wih It I Ho sleeps sleepsin
in cne ne uf the rooms rOnl at tho Lion house housenJ houoInd
Ind on nJ hit night about n bou t 10 oclock ocl cl < he re retlrtd retre yetlre
tlrtd On turning turing the gas out he did didrot 111 11110t IIdaol
rot 10t tre ihut It I oft or of entirely entrelY In fact tlCt about aboutUtf aboutIat aboutJalf
Utf Iat o oC the current was Wil unobstructed unobstructedThli un b tructcl tructclhl
ThIs hl morning moring at 10 oclock oclo k the head headJtallor healljanior headanltor
Jtallor janior anltor Taylor Tnlol missed mlse1 the thooll old gentle contleta con te teInal
ta usn a and went to hln hl room room yo m On open openIrgr openII openlrg
Inal
Irgr the door he va a almost overcome overcomeby
II
by tha flood of gas gal as that thnt rushed Into IntoIns Intobll Intob
Ins b face lie threw thr w the door wide open opennnd Olcnnnd openand
nnd entered to find the unfortunate unfortunatemay
may ay lying um unolHcloUH unon8clouR onsclous on the couch couchAnother couchAlother couchAnother
Another Alother startling discovery that ho homade homale honae
made was Ilnlllng that the old Ilscoltr gcntelmans lan lantern Iontern Innlern ¬
tern was burnlns burlnr tle and anl had 1d been cen alight alightall alght alghtallleht
all allleht night That there was no explosion explosionand
and a nd d a conflagration connagratlol of dire 11re consequence consequenceIs I IIs
Is a matter of marvel marvelTuylw marvelTaylll marvelTaylur
Tuylw Taylll Pent for Dr Wilcox Wico who on ar arliving nr11ln arilving
living 11ln on the scene at once began to toapply toapJly toapply
apply apJly oxygen gas Ias which Is now being beingadministered baingadminIsered beingodrnlnlstered
administered adminIsered to him 1m He le has responded
a little to the oxygen but the doctor doctorIhlnkg doctorhlnl doctorthInks
thInks hlnl lte < B there Is little hope for him In Inview Inview Inview
Itle
view of the length lanlth of time tme he was Wn1 In Inhallns Inhnln Inhailn
to together toether together
hallns tho gas Into his system
gether hnln with wlh his advanced adlllcl years Ho Honay HI HIrilY Hemay
several days daysDr daysIn
however linger for 11nys
nay rilY Dr WIlcox says lnger he has hUl seen them dothat do dothat 10 10Ihat
lcoJ Is as asthoroughly usthoroughly
when ones
that but system 11 11thoroughly
thoroughly saturated with wlh the gas as asUoblnsonB lS lSHoblnHonl asltobln800S
UoblnsonB HoblnHonl Is II I one haa very small smallclmnceH 8mal 8malchllcel smallclmnee
clmnceH chllcel Indeed IndeedMr
Mr Ir lloblnson has ha been een very Iery unfor unfortunate unColtunlte unfortunnte ¬
he hefell hefdl hefell
Last Thursday night
tunate of late
fell tunlte on ontho tho utl stone steps Iteps In front of the tlioIee thofce thelee
house receiving a very se severe sefre seyore ¬
lee Hive hOust I
fce Ivo the left eye Ho was wasdiscovered wns11scovered wasdiscovered
yore gash over lver lef lo
discovered fre In II nn 11 unconscious unconscous condition conditionby conditon conditonby
11scovered students returning from a soelety so society sorlety ¬
by some returIng
lome Btulents build building bulldIng ¬
ciety meeting In the university unlverlty bull
ing They meetng picked him up and carried carriedhim carried111m carried1dm
room and summoned Dr DrWllcox DIWicox DrVllcox
him 1dm to lila rOotDud
Wllcox who found It necessary ncesstry to take takefoveral tnkeotrl takeseveral
several Wicox stitches In tho wound wounl He le wati watiJust Wil WiljUdt wajust
otrl AUches
Just beginning to feel well wel again when whenhe i ihe
he Inadvertently Inldverlenl brought brourht his present presentmisfortune prescntmisfortun presentiiilsfortufle
misfortune upon himself himselfHo
misfortun Ho joined the Church 10 0 years yearsogo yearsogo enra enraogo
10 his bistcople blsIcople hiseople
but drifted away from
ogo dried Iwn Kl Kldcrs Elders
tcople Onrf On year ago some of tho B
dcrs laboring In the state of Oregon OregonIan
Ian deIs across hborllr him and the result was that thathis thlt thlthis thathis
his faith ncrOSf was revived nnd atd he returned returnedto returneto
reIIC
to Salt Sllt Lalte WIS < e a few months monthl ago He le has hasa
a married 1nl daughter l ughtr In Portland Ore Oregon Oregon Oreson
gon
GEN GEN EN MACARTHURAT AT SALTA1R SALTA1ROov SALT AIR AIRCv
Oov Cv Wells Wels and Staff Entertain the Distinguished Distnguished Visitor and andHis andHis aridHis
His Comrades at the Beach BeachAccompanied BeachAccompaniedBy Accompanied AccompaniedBy
By a Military Mitary Band Bnd
0 Gen n MacArlhur and nnl his staff atat are tho thoruests thoruest8 theguests
guests of Gas Co Wells Wels eIln and nn his staff stlft at atBaltalr ntBaHalr atgatnir
Baltalr bearh this afternoon ntcrnoon Holds Holdsmilitary lelds leldsmltlry IeldsintlIary
military mltlry born bnld and nnl members of the themilitary theInlln tliainllhary
military Inlln at Fort Douln Uouplns Doujlns and nll from the thenational thl thlnatonnl thenational
national natonnl guard gUlrl were In attendance ntendlnce tho thocrowd thecfll thocrawl
crowd cfll going on a 1 special train trnll furnish furnishM furish furishcd
M by b the Salt Lake Los Angeles Angelesrailway Angelesrnwa Angelesrailway
railway rnwa and the beach brnch officials officialsDuring otclnls otclnlsDuring olflclalsDuring
During a 1 drive ellve about nuolt tho city tho thof thorenernl theEtheral
f renernl neral observed and pointed out many manyola InlY InlYold manyold
old landmarks Int that had ha Impressed Impressedtnerflnrivei ImpreRsel impressedupon
tnerflnrivei tbersrls upon his mind mlnl when ho 1wVtsitd holsltsd h hvlsltd
lsltsd the city cly years YCII ago Among Amongthen Amongthes mong mongIheM
then was the site of the thl old 011 Tovnscnd Tonsend1Iou TovnscndHOUBC To nsen nsenlou8e
HOUBC lou8e 1Iou Cnn MacAnhtir 1llcALhllr also Ilso saidhat said sahltht saidthat
hat tht at the time tme of his previous ylsltthe ylslt ylsltwe Isl
the Temple was Wls iv but blt about half hlif way
leg to tho free shipment or transporta transportation trln lorn lornton ¬
Inr tion of goods for private firms frmB or In Individuals InIhldualA indtylduals ¬
dividuals ton or free transportation trlnHportftOI for In Individuals Inlvhlals lndivltluals ¬
IhldualA Islands Is Islands Islands ¬
from tho Philippine
dividuals to or frol Ihllppllo
lands landsMILLER landsMII landsMILLEI1
MILLER MII n WANTS rOSTOFFICE rOSTOFFICESenator lOTOPI IOTOFFICERenator ICE ICESenlto
Senator Senlto Ilawllna 1Iwln8 has II ni filed fP1 Petitionstrain petitions petitionsfrom Iottons IottonstlOI
from tlOI citizens of MillerSalt 1hHII lt Lake Inlw coun county count county ¬
ty t at cllzeu poHtolllce department for recs recstnblltdummt restlbltllunt ro es establ1Iinnnt
tnblltdummt POMtotce of postoillce IloHtotlc nt that Imt place placeTho plnllri placefiio
Tho tlbltllunt ri department promises prOtlCA to grant the thorequest therOlUosl therequest
I IIdnho
request requestIdaho requestIdaho
rOlUosl Idaho pensionsOriginal Ishnm Jop Joplln JOIIIn Jopliii
lln llolso Jolsl pelelon City Clt IS S OIIlnal Widows Idaws Kuth 1uth S 8Fairbanks SFairbanks SInlrbnnl
In
Fairbanks < d Shortionc holhole 12 12Senator 12Sanntol 12senator
Senator Uawllns Introduced IntI01uc In the followln fol tol101Inl fo1tovIiii
Sanntol t
bill concerning Arizona flail Ilatlfylng Ial flailfylnf
lowln rl7onu
fylng 101Inl the bil act ronrlrlnl of the th territorial t nlorlnl legis legislature leKlaIltlr leglsIiitiir ¬
lature fhlt providing Irt a fund to Hret yet ad additional 11 11I ii1dltionil ¬
Iltlr roldlnl
of ofArizona oCAlzoll ofArizona
ditional bulldlnpB nt the University UnIVCsltY
Arizona I I 101lJI huldlnH authorising lt adjutment of the theright therhht theright
right Alzoll of lulhulzlll settlers rH to ontnln oprtlin Iivllnn Iivllnnreservations hlllnnlcBcraICnR muonseservatlnns
reservations Ict nnd relief of Navajo coun county county county ¬
lcBcraICnR ty by refunding lcflnllns relef certain outstanding outstandingIndebtedness oltstnllng oltstnllngInc1cbednasB outstandingimlebtedness
Indebtedness Inc1cbednasB
to th square of the th walls wnls and nn Its Itsappearance I Inllprnrnncc Itsappearance
up appearance now In II Its Is finished fnished stolens state statevnn stlte stlteIR
potent reminder of the progress progressthat Ilrocresstho progressthat
n
vnn that IR ns t I has his been made male since his visit visityark viit viitIn visityarb
yark In rh ago agoThe 0 flOThe 0 0The
The trip to Saltnlr Salnlr comes by courtesy courtesyof
of Prest Joseph F FSmlth Smith and nnt tho mem members membars inemhers ¬
tho thnt visited the thebeach thebalch thebeach
bars of party Isled
Gen MncArthur his two twoaides twonldes twoaIdes
beach arc
aides balch and 110 their ladles Ildlae CoY 00 Wells Wels Gen GenCannon CenClnnon GenCannon
Cannon Oen Burton Capt Clllt Cnlne CnlneCapt CnlneCnpt CaineCapt
Capt Clnnon Grow Oro Llout Crltchlow crichlow Lieut LieutWebb Llclt LlcltWebb LlcutWeblz
Webb Cnpt Col Park MaJ Young and memo members memobels inemhers ¬
lj younl
Webb hers of his staff Col T 0 Webber WebberByron WebberBron WebberByron
bels Groo star Fish Commissioner Sharpand Sharp RharpInd Sharpand
and Byron S F Fcnton nearly nenri all oi of whom wlioniwere whomwcro whomero
Ind ladles some somemembers somemembers
were ero accompanied by y adlal sOle sOlemembers
members of the cli city cty council counci and Inl several aeveralcitizens severalcitizens seeralcitzens
citizens and an ladles ladlesThe IndlcsThe ladiesThe
220 citzens The party left lof to return to the city at
I TWENTY TWENTY THOUSAND MEN IDLE
Boston March orch 12 12Tho Tho strike strlo of COO COON COOe
N e w York New Haven 1aon Hartford Hartfordttllroad Ilrtord Ilrtordriroad llartfordllroad
ttllroad riroad freight handlers which began begant beganlast egnl
lat last t Saturday Saurdl has extended until ntl nowthere now nowarc nowthere
there > are 20000 2000 men Idle Idl in this city cityOf ciy ciyOf
Of 0 these the 3000 ooO to t 5000 OOO were employed emploel by bymanufacturing bylonufarturlng byflUfacturiiig
manufacturing concerns conccrs which have havebten hle hlebeen harebeen
been oinplled 0mpIlel to shut down because bcclUsc of ofl oCtbe ofthe
l the fllffli dl1lul dPfliulty ulty of handling hlnllng freight The Thevarious Theartous I Iarlous
various lines lnea of Industry lnlustry directly directlytew 11recty directlyreatd i ireachd
tew reachd by y the strike Included Inclulel ft eight eightteam
hanei haM IeIM team tClm drivers trlverl wool handlers handlersnnd I11n lers
longshoremen and ld railway rlway switchmen switchmenthe swichmen
I If the threats of tho strike leaders ICllers are areout lre areOne
brn One out this day la will wi see s e the move moveextended movenat o e eIMnl
nat extended to t the bulllnJ building tradM tradMunion tmaknunior lrallMUnior
union Unior and to unions connected with withtnorulBn
tnorulBn th forign steamship Ieamslp trainc traincTim tmlc connectel
Tim buMn lu ln1j1 is men of the city cty find nndn nnl
n stagcifd sllgrItd by h a the > strike strikejaarv
jaarv I5ry Iap nnfnences f eaces havo Ilvc Wn Ien held helt the theM thenllCI
nllCI M iro of 01 f the Civic ppjep FIternton Federation tio hns hnsn
b 1 n mv in okod oklllnd and the state slltl board bOlhI of ar ari
ti i i iin n has h11 tried to find flin n ground Irotnc for forbetween tc fc fct
1 t p 1111 nHnt between belIn the portlH oltl1 at l warvV1 war wnrt vart
vV1 l t fllrlltly Htly theN l If is little lte confidence conndencotht onnenco onnencoft
t Lv tht ti ft tht t dnlreil dlet letnit Ieltlt will wi be reached reaohcdT rCohcd
ii In Inlnl < tis tisKnt
T Tn Thr I great IrPlt 10 10 hope that fl meeting meetingh meetng
arrriy arrfl < y 1 00 v rrane ranlJtween ramu lwweon the In InhlrM
h br
hlrM a1 < r rs rftl rairoad malmoa4 ad nmelals otelall iind mer meri
h htr n II ° h ht hld 111Id8t h51d5 8t the thE state louse t to °
i t un Blw UIH wil ah how hi w Mime ml way wa out outS outTI
S TI I N Npt York nyz 3 XO ew Haven Hart <
ltd ro1 rot and Ihp th n 1810n floston ° ton lnen ft Albany sys sysNew s
I
ttn m or the New York Central Cnlrll have havea haveadqus
trrea Thtre htre Is M adqus a alelutl no 10 JM1J trouble 1 < < r over 001 handle hmlle the ft al all movement tram trrnr <
of outgoing freight but Incoming mer merchnndlae merchnnllse merchnndise
chnndlae has h accumulated n cumulntJlln In formidable formidablequantities formllnLle formllnLlequnnttes formidablequantities I
chnnllse
quantities Thelloston The Boston Maine roadhas road roadhas ronl
qunnttes of offreight oftrelght offreight
has not yet lost Its regular flullr force
his
with withteaming wllhteaming withteatuitig
freight handlers an ftnd clerks clerkl but
teaming tied up their freight treljht houses housesnnd housesnnl housesand
and yards tel are becoming congested congestcl like likethose lke lkethose likethose
nnl lrls lines Arrangements Arrangementshave
those of other lnes Arnngements Arnngementsha
of ofthrough ofthrough ofthrough
have ha e heen made for the transfer
through freight trelghtwlthout mle without delay lellY at lt thisPoInt this thispoint thlHIlolnt
point pointAt
IlolntA At the docks of the steamship selmshlp lines linesdoing lnes lnesolng linesdoing
doing A a coastwise business great gent quan quantities Qunntles quantitles ¬
titles of merchandise mechlndlse are lre piled pled up and andtho andtho andthe
tho tles wharves are choked The longshore longshoremen ¬
men whlres are out and the material cannot be bemoved UOmoved beinareti
moved The express expre companies are tied tiedup tll tllup tiedup
up and there Is a l threat that the hack hackdrivers haclerlcrl haclcdrivers
drivers nnl will wi Join the otrlkc If an Issue IssueIs
Is rlcrl made because they tlCY carry passengers passengerswith pl8SengorR pl8SengorRwih
with trunks large Ilrge parcels or matter matterwhich matterwhich mlter mlterwhich
wih which should IhQullg go by express The strike strikeof strlec strlecof
coal teamsters presents one of oftho ottho ofho
of the Ioal teamster pesents on
tho most alarming alnrmlng features fltures of the trou trouble troulc troubie ¬
ble lc as It menaces mennC 8 not 1t only many man Indus Industries 11118 11118trlel industries ¬
tries n but also the th welfare elBe of household householders hou ehoht ehohter ¬
ers trlel er and especially especialY the people in the thepoorer th thpoorr lie liepoorer
poorer poorr nnl quarters of the city cityEFFECTS cityEFFECTS cl clEFFECTS
EFFECTS FELT IN NEW YORK YORKNew YOmcYork YORKNew
New York March 12 12The The effects etects of ofthe otthe ofthe
striko of freight handlers and ex expressmen exIlres oxIreLncn ¬
the froljht hnnclers
<
atrl nlen In IJoston were felt here herePassengers herelassengeN herela9
pressmen Ilres loKtn said saidthey saidthey
arriving from Hoston s311
Passengers la9
they tile enger hail 111 experienced cJperlelred arrllnJ difficulty dlmcul In gettlng get getting Iot Iottlnl ¬
ting their bageaRp to the trains and andthat Ind Indtht andthat
that tlnl the strike hnjCJe caused lnlse caust much Inconveni Inconvenience Incmcnl Incmcnlence ¬
ence tht In other ways 1y As perishable perishablefrclcht Ierhhnbletrelcht perIshablefreightis
freightis frclcht 1 Ii not ntt nitbeIng being accepted IccepteJ at Boston Bostonthe nostonthe Bostonthe
the supply of fmh flab 1ah for this city citywas ciY citywas
was 11 Ihort today
IISTOlANS Cllrol IUIcoiJcsuscfSE of Jesus Off1Cf
0 f Le1jerjy CIrst
leterday SaInts SaIntsDESERET I
DESE DESERET EVENING NEWS LAST LST EDITION EDITIONVltUTK EDTioN it Ii IiIWlU
I I Ij IJ
VltUTK IttlTItADtdflIWVY IttlTItADtdflIWVYf IttlTItADtdflIWVYWI1NiSDAY ANI A n UIII3HTV UIII3HTVWEDNESDAY Ilml > J J
f j t tr
WEDNESDAY VI N SDAY JUABCH la t lflU l m SALT LAKE A1C 01TY UTAH UlAI r I U UnDn 05 o t
THE WAOE W AOE JtALESITUATION JCALEJ1TUATION JCALE JCALEJITUA
SITUATION JITUA TrON CRITICAL CRITICALPcorltt CRTICAL CRTICALIcorln
Pcorltt Icorln Ills Marci7l2riifi M Mttrclil2LIie j2ihe situationhuteeIi situation situationbetween slUltOI I
between betweel the 1s United Mine Work WurIlcrs Voricers ITU mul multlio Illl Illltho iitnlho
tlio ho coal cot1 operator oJerltol association nssochlton reftardltiH reftardltiHthe IWlnfll1 IWlnfll1the
the wage scale sClle for the ensuing en811ng year li liIllinois In In11nl inIllinois
IiO
Illinois district dlstllotH In tl considered lonHllorml extreme extremely etrI
ly 11nl critical Ijy members membor of both bodies bodloand bolloR bodiesatiti
and clllLol AU order to strike is t II hourly hourr oxleCtetl ox oxpcctod exIlectol
pcctod 111 11 Tho he scale has hal Htrlw been In II tin1 l1 tb lutn hnwls hnwlsof hniidof < l lor
of the joint scale HOllo eommltUo commll u for the tliopast thoIllst theIfl
tll weeks Tlie points uiioiwMnh upon uponwblri
past Illst Ifl two hl polnlt 1101 1101wllrh
wMnh tlio present dirfertmtros hang hnl arc area lre lreI
wllrh llreluncvs
tlo Iresent
n ratio In wages claimed by U thu min inlnnrn minCIS mliiore
ore I raiifilng from 0 to 14 I cents a Ion toiIn IonII tonIn
CIS In II Hid rllll MulmiH llloU8 districts 1lRtrlcts nnd nll conditions conditionsutidor cOllllonl cOllllonlunl0r cotiditloilsunder
under vhloh 1 work Is to be performed performedThe Irfor1net1iho I
The unl0r powder question has ha been leel com comeproniIed compromiJcd compromuet
promiJcd promuet Iuwller by agreement ngleement lueAtlol to buy powdoof powder powdercdt owder owderCC
of CC upcratou ut lt 1175 17G lW or loss lo s tier keg
RUffIAN RUJIANJUOAR RUJIANJUOAREXPORTATION RUJ JIAN JUOAREXPORTATIONJ JUGAR JUGAREXPORT
EXPORTATION EXPORTATIONSt EXPORT A TIONJ TIONJRI
St Petersburg Iotelsburg Pcb 1C IGCorrespoHt IGCorrespoHton Correspond Correspondonco
onco on o of the Associated AssoclntellJlossHuulln AssoclntellJlossHuulln8UJAr Press VrosaltUsslnn VrosaltUsslnnsugar Ituttalm Ituttalmsugar
sugar exportation expurllltonl fell fel off ar over 00 eo per percent percelt percent
cent celt ilurlmr durll the 11 Ito llrst Irt to months of 190as 1901 1901nB 1901as
as nB compared cOlpnred with wih the sainw period erlo o o1DOO oC
1900 The respective rOSllOele llRuros IIUOI are 2820000 2820000poods 0 0poots
poods worth 4057001 rnubles s nod nll 7
4G7OO
081000 poots poods oods worth 1D072000 1 0OOO roublas roublasA
A fallliiR fnlJl off ar of 3S per cent In Ii theCentral the thoCentral theCen
Central Cen I 11 Asian cotton crop 1 IOII last In t year IH IHattributed IHntrlbutel inattrIbuted
attributed lo the eotnn partial Inr 11 1 use U O of no native nativeseed ltho ltholeell tivo tivosecil
ntrlbutel
seed leell In II preference 111 flreneo to American Amorlell rIte Thocrop rhocrop rItecrop
crop amounted nmoulled to 0130500 poods 11001s as asagainst 19 19aKntnst ftSagainst
against 7038000 poods oodR In II WOO WOOOorrfspondorio lUOOCtrrespondano 1OOCorrespondorios
Oorrfspondorio received recelPll by h tho StPetciHlmiif St Stleteisburg I
PetciHlmiif Vedomostl Vetlmo l represents rOlue entd the theCCOOOO theCoOnoO
CCOOOO lotclUUI natives Illvcs of Datihrstan Dn llsl1 us being belnicompletely beingeotiipletoly ell
completely ruined and ull says ll1 that Imt many manyof
of cOl1lcol them arc cmlsratliiK to Tnrlwy ruh The ThecnuscH rhocnUHC lhieeaucs
nlo emlnntnK
cnuscH nsBlitned for this Ihll stato of af affairs atfairs If Iffnlrs ¬
fairs are Irp excessive taxation Inxnto and 1111 faul faulty tlul tlulIy fatilty ¬
ty original ollgllnl appraisement Ippruhement of land am amstock nn nnItock and andstock
of the tlionatives Ihenntles thenatives
stock Itock Petitions Petlons on the part pnrt
natives nntles are lre treated trcltcll by b the officials oOclll1 as asseditious 11 11scd itsseditious
seditious seditiousAdvices scd seditiousA1keii I Iou IouAdlcs
Advices Adlcs have hiv been een received rocclvC Vere Iere to
the th effect c t that i 0t two now nlw steamer atlnmol linen linenwill huesvIlh lle
will bo Inaugurated Inlugumtell by the Jnpancso Jnpancsonext InlUAa10Jt
wi next 10Jt spring prilg The straiifrs HttntOu two hand handsome hlll hlllome hurutilsome ¬
some 1700ton 1700101 vessels ore nlo now ready readyOno ronly ronlyOno readyOne
Ono hue will be from fihlmoncskl Ja Japan JuIln Jo1n11 ¬
pan 110 to Cape wil sure nt the mouth 10Ulh o othe ot otthe ofthe
7mro
the Iln Tumon river Coroa touching touchlll ni niFo ntF atFosan
Fo Fosan an ln and Onnsan OlnHan both blth In II Coreii The Thoother Theoilier 1hoothe
F nnl
other othe line will 1 be Ie from Ilakodutu a1 < Ilu Jo Japan Joln JoPan ¬
pan lo lnn Vladivostok VlnIostoel Ilusslu IUAII The Thespecial Thospecll TuepecIaI
special specll ln object of theso thelo lines 11s will wi be II to toIntercept 10Inlercept tointercept
Intercept the he American Amerlci1 tralllo trlllo to u Knst KnstSiberia IastSiberia
Siberia SiberiaWashlnBton
8ItTfl 8ItTflWashington Ag A rJ rJWashIngton
WashIngton March 12 12Soon Boon otter nftcrthe nfer nferthe otterthe
the senate convened today Mr Uawllns Uawllnsof HIIIlns HIIIlnsof
of Utah Uah Introduced Introluccll n t resolution rosolulon whIch whlclwas whIchwas whIchwas
was passed assell directing 11rectng the secretary SlIretar of
war to send to the senate the te leporU leporUof lepOrB lepOrBot
of Inspectors Heul Carpenter Clrpenter and nll Mans Ilus and undany andany anl
In Inrelation Inrolaton Iiirelation
any other Information he may mi have
ni relation to Intormaton the transports trlusporls between tin tinUnited thoUlled tu tuUnited
rolaton
United States and the Philippines Philppi nos es especially especlalY espeelahly ¬
pecially for Ulled peclalY Individuals IndividualsMr regarding regnrdllg anl free transportation transportationfor trnSl1ortaton trnSl1ortatonfor
Mr Inllvlcuuls Cullom chairman of the commit committee comlit comlittee ¬
11 CUIOI
tee on foreign relations reltons reported fa faforably rl a aforably
forably torab a I bill bllluthorlzlng authorizing the president presidentto proHllent proHllentto
to extend to the government loerlnflt of France Francean
an Invitation to join thu he government governmentnnd Goverment Govermentnlil
nnd nlil Inlaton people of the UnltcdStntcs UlltelltStutes in the thededication thelellrlton thededIcation
dedication of the monument of Count Countde Countde Countdo
de lellrlton Rochambeau Rochambonu to bu unveiled unelul In this thiscity thIsciy thucity
city on May 24 2 next nextMr nextMr nextMr
ciy Mr Hoar of Massachusetts Ma achusots offered offeredon otferel
on amendment Imndment Including Inchlllng In I tho Invita Invhtation Invitation Inla Inlaton ¬
tion the thttnrl htfuuinlly family of the Marquis Mmqull de La Lafayett4 Infnyolt Lafayetw
fayett4 fnyolt ton lb He ld paid a tribute to Lafayette Lafayetteand Iataolo Iataolonlld
and urged that thlt his amendment nmoncment was waepeculiarly Wil WilpllulnrlY wasjtevulhnrly
peculiarly pllulnrlY pertinent pertinentThe portnenl portnenlThe
The amendment was WIS agreed to nnd nndas nld nldas
as amended the bill hil was pnssod pnssodAt
At the conclusion conclu lOI of routine routnE business businesstho
tho senate resumed consideration consldernton of the theship theHhlp theship
ship subsidy bill bi Mr Ir McCumber cCumer ot otNorth orNorth ofNorth
North Dakota Dal < tn speaking In support of olthe ofthe
the measure He le said 8nl1 he represented representedan
an agricultural olrlculural state Interested only onlyIndirectly onlYInrlrecl onlyindirectly
Indirectly In the th shipping llustry 1lustrYbut 1lustrYbuthe but buthe butlie
he Inrlrecl favored the passage ot o the bill bl blii be because booenuso because ¬
cause he believed elee the results resuls of Its Itaoperation Is Isoperaton ItsoperatIon
operation would be beneficial benefcial not only onlyto
operaton to his constituents constuentB but to the people ol olthe otthe ofthicentlie
the thicentlie entlie country countryMr
Mr Ir entle Dope followed folowel Mr r McCumber In Ina Inu ina I
a speech earnestly earesty supporting supportng the ship shipmibMdy shipIUbAllybl shipsubsidy
subsidy IUbAllybl bill He said we were now en entirely entrel entirely ¬
tirely dependent upon tho ships of for foreign forelgn forcign ¬
trel
eign countries for our ocean oceln carryingtrade carryingtrade carrying cnrrylngtrnle
trade trnle We were looking forward forlnr to be becoming becoming becomhnga
coming a world power but were he con continued contnuel contbnued ¬
tinued hindered hln ered because we lacked lackedmeans Inckedmeans lackedbeans
tnuel
means of communication communicationMr communlrnton communlrnton11r
Mr 11r Depew presented figures lgures to show showthat showthat showthat
that the assertion that American ship shipyards shipards shIpyards
yards founded ards were asserton prosperous was not well wellfounded wellfounded el
irousi irousiWashington no Um UmWnshln USI USIWashIngton
Washington Wnshln ton March 12 nAfer 12After After trans transaction transaction trnnsncton ¬
action of routine rou tne business bUHlnels the house housewent housewent housevent
went ncton Into committee commitee of tho whole andresumed and nndrcnumed Ind IndreHUled
resumed reHUled the consideration consldernlon of the post postolllce postolce postoflice
olllce appropriation bill billMr bi billlr
olce Mr Ir npploprnton Sims of Tennessee lennesee reviewed rtvlewoll the thefacts thetacts thefacts
facts In connection connecton with wih the enactment enactmentof
of tho permanent census cenAUI law Ilw and an as asserted ni ni8erted assorted ¬
sorted that the house had hnl been grossly grosslydeceived grosslydeceived grosslydeceived
deceived by b the action Iclon ot ot the con couuferees conferees conferecs ¬
ferees It had hal been the Intention Intenton both bothof bothof bothor
of thu house and of the senate he uald ealtlto ualdto lull
to enact ennct a provision polslon to cover all al the theemployes thoemploea theenipiDyclu
employes of the census bureau Into the theclassified thoclnsslfed theclassified
classified clnsslfed service and make them eligi eligible elgl elglble elhgible ¬
ble for or transfer but tho conferees conrlrees had hadsubstituted hudlublttutel hadsubtItuted
substituted a provision which defeated defeatedthe dlfelted dlfeltedthe
the lublttutel object sought 801ht tobe toJe obtained by the thetwo thetwo thetwo
two houses hOURI Ho 10 charged chnrged that Mr Ir hopkhris Hop Hopkins 10p 10pklns
kins of Illinois 1lnolR who lto presented pre cnled the con conference confrence confrrenee ¬
ference report had deceived the house houseMr houseIr
frence Mr Ir Hopkins action ncton he declared lecllred called calledfor cnled cnledtor calledfor
for the strongest ItrOng 8t censure Cfnaure by b the house housebut housebut housebut
but as the gentleman jenleman was not present presentho presontwoull
ho o woull would ns not propose action acton along I10ng that thlt
line lineThe lne The Pacific Pacto cable discussion was re renewed reo reoneIClln resewed ¬
sewed neIClln In the house today and Mr Ir Cor Corliss Corlu CotlIes ¬
lIes of Michigan mad an attack atacl < upon uponMr u uponMr on onMr
lu Mr Richardson Icharlhon of Alabama replying replyingto
to the tatters speech a C few days ago agoHe ngole agoHe
He asked Intlrs why wh Mr Itlchardsou Jchlrlsol hud hld not notwaited notwalterl aolwaIted
waited le nskel until the bill bi was properly pro erly be before betore ¬
fore the Inll house before beore rushing rushlnt to the de defense defense detense ¬
fense of a 1 telegraph telejrph corporation corporo lon lit lieiald litaid 1f 1flld
aid that his experience was WI that there therewas thereWI therewas
was lld a motive behind every act anti stat stntrxl Bttt Btttd statetI
WI rxl d that thlt motc Mr Ir Richardson Rchardson should 8houl1 explain explainhis expllin expllinhIs
his zeal eal and motive mol In regard reKnr to the themeasure themensure themeasure
measure Mr Ir Corllsi Corlsq criticised crtlc8el P F 11 iiThurber 11Thurber nThurber
Thurber mensure president of the the United States StatesExport Stltcs StltcsFxport States1xpOrt
Export association nssoollton whom ho coupledwith coupled coupledwith coupleIwlh
with Fxport the offlcera OmCPl1 of tho American A metIcan Asi Asiatic 11 11ntlc sh shntl ¬
wlh ntl atic nsfoclatlon ASFclnlon and sty6d 81yll1 them tho thodevils thoei thelehis
devils duet In the garb gtb of the heavenly heavenlytwins henyenlytwIns heavenlytwins
twins ei seeking to mislead mbleld the public publicnnd publo publonnd publIcand
nnd conceal the Iniquity of the cable cablemonoply cnblomonoilly cablemonoply
monoply monoplyDntik monoillyDnnk monoplyBatik
Batik Robber Convicted ConvictedSt ConTletcc ConTletccSt
St Louis 10111 March Mnrch 12 1210hn John Stevens Stevensalias StevensalIas RtecnsallnB
alias Harrington whose right rllht name Is Issold Is8alcl Iseatl
sold to lnrrlnton be Hums has been convicted conlchl by bya
a jury Jur In the lurns circuit court courlnt nt Dellevllle DellevllleIII IeJIle IeJIleI
the National NationalStock NtinnalStock
of robbing
III on a charge nlonnl nlonnlSloel
I Stock < Yards bank on the thonight night of Jan JanC
C Sylvester Savlngnae Slvlnle end Charles CharlesMeyers Chlrlel Chlrlellpvlrs CharlesMeyers
who were tried on the same samecharge snmechnne samecharge
charge Meyers were wert acquitted ncql I tlc the Jury ton tonsldorlng tm tmIlllerln eousllerluig
sldorlng Illlerln that they had proven prel sufficient sufficientalibis sutflclentalibis sufcient sufcientIlble
alibis Ilble
Farmers tnrrcu National CIII CCIJrrl CCIJrrlCilirgo gsss gsssChicago ITS ITSChlcno
Chicago Cilirgo March 12The next annual eunutualmeeting annualmeeting Innunl Innunlmeetng
meeting of the Ihl Farmers Inrmers National Satonnl con congress con1rIS congrexl ¬
meetng gress will be held at Macon Ia on On Oct OctV
V 1rIS 8 9 and 1 10 next next The congress Is Iscomposed IsC0111051 g gcornposd
composed of dflegafe appointed by the thegovernors theIoernors tit titgovernors
governors C0111051 of the various vRrllUs states The Thepresident Theprullent Theresident
president Ioernors of the congress cnlress li I George L LFlanders LFanler 1 1Flanders
Flanders prullent of Albany N y and the acestary ace secrtlary aceIiry
Fanler rtlary Iiry U II John M M Btuhl of Chicago Chl aio
JohnPAltgeld JohnPAltgeldD AteIS AteISDies
Dies D es Suddenly Suddenlystricken
Stricken Just as lie le Closed on Impassioned Appeal lilielwlf li I Inela InDeliaf
lielwlf nela of the IloersCause Doers oersColse Cause of Death Ocatl Wren GIien1s Olvcnfls WrenAs
fls 1s Cerebral Hemorrhages emarrrges
Jollat Jol t Ihi lllsi t j March Mlleh i2iouinor 12 12ollor Former GosJolttu Oov OovJohn 001 001John
John P 1 I Altgeld Alllell died dle ut the Hotel HotelMunroH 10tel 10telMUlol hotelMuutuos
MunroH MUlol this morntni mornll at 709 oclock oclockMr ocloollIr
Mr Ir Altguld Algel wits 1111 tho principal prlnclml speaker speakerat speakQI speakQIlt
at lt u I t pro lrofl > rWrmass I nHi niasMirpeoting itneotlng IIIOtnl last night nightIn
In tho J JujMf tiiiAtcr twPI At the eh chose coQ of ofhis ofhla ofhIs
his si spe prln pe > utlt widen n dlzzincifi IZH1 mlsod mlsodhim seln0burn EI M Mhim
him nui nnJjSWs nl I 111BIlcl nfoUtod hem tho stue stueVouuiltiut stn Itlgl ItlglColowelllnd a aVomlthnflfSlls <
VomlthnflfSlls Vouuiltiut Is followed Colowelllnd and continued continuedfor conUnuefor
for or nearly nelrly nn n hour The meeting leetnl pro proovoilod ptoOlOllol proucailod
ovoilod OlOllol the tbl audience aUtlnce not realizing Ialzllg what whathad whntImt shthad
had Imt happened hapJlenl1 Physicians Jhyslcl11 worn Wtro BUIII BUIIIinonod sUII sUIImontlt euntflOutt
inonod montlt flOutt and IIHI Mr h Altucld A llrehl WUH UI married to totho tothu tothe
the Iiotnl acrunti IcrO 1 tho street lr ot Hu le re retained 1 1tnln r rtamed ¬
tamed tnln consciousness con cloUslus and 111 ur urlM urged fcd tho thonewspaper thoUtIspapN ho hoItewspapeu
newspaper UtIspapN men to tl 0 keep the tl affair arnlr quIet qulotfor qullt qulltfor quIettjr
for four felr ear of alarming Ilnrmlng his wife WIP Shortly Shortlybcfuio 8horty 8hortymidnight hiorthybetoto
bcfuio midnight he became imcon imconsduux unCOIslul1 tuncoimscIons
scIons slul1 lie icaialiied lOJnlllln In Mils condition conditionuntil condilon condilonunti conditionUntIl
until unti death At 341 3 41 this morning morllg It Itwas I ItWas
was thought ho had hl died but he revived revivedand rovlel revivc revivcand
and train hOI that time lme until untl shortly shorty before beforethe bet beforethe re rethe
the ol end ent showed wonderful vitality vlnlt al although nlthourh iiithough ¬
though thourh he made no 10 move moveTho mOeTho moveThu
Tho medical in mon on hero had a banquet banquetlast baJIUe baJIUeInst bantiUlast
last night night nt which Dr J U Hcrilck Hcrilckof Jcnlol Jcnlolot
of the Hush lush Medical Medlcn1 college colege of otChlcl Chica Chicago Chl a ago ¬
go delivered delolc a lecture lactur on hem I dIe disease dIeease ld ldCCM ¬
ease CCM Ho and other otler physicians phsllana wcro wcrocalled wetUcalled 010 010cRlod
called cRlod from Cror tho Ito banquet biHluet to attend Ilonl tinpiitlont tin thl tItOPLLt
piitlont pltlll PLLt lout They Time ho remained tOufl Ui tied with lh him hll the thoremainder tlo tlorcmnlller therouinthmither
remainder rcmnlller of the night When bmoui the endepmno end endcamo cnl
camo they worked wOII < ed his arms rm vigorously vigorouslyto
0111 to In revive rlt resnlrntlon Irlinn i but Ilt nil ni 11 to In 0 no 10 our IU
pone jIO ii Tho Tlwauscto lJ cause il C of t t tpone death lt Is l given g vcii Iii as ascerebral
cerebral lrelrl homorrhncea htlohn cs there Imvlni Imvlnibeen Ilvlll Ilvlllbeen h1aingbeen
been an apoplectic npopllte seizure solzulo of tho bruin bruinTho buitinfiio bmll bmllfho
Tho vomltln vomltlnl < r at llrst Irt was taken tlken to toIndicate toIndlcnto tointlhcot
Indicate Indlcnto ptomaine plornlno poisoning polsollni but ut It was wasdetermined wnsdetermln wasdetermined
determined d this was n9 due luo to a different differentmanifestations dlrorent dlrorentunlfcstntons differentinanlesttitions
manifestations unlfcstntons of the brain trouble tioubleTho truule truulerho troublerho
rho physicians desire to hold a a post postmortem 10st 10stmortem poa < I Iniorteun
mortem If relatives relllve wilt wit atrroe 1110e 1110eh agicolI atrroeMr
Mr h Altgcld Atgeld conic enle to Jollct Jolet yestets yestetsdny yesterday cst t
dny afternoon Iteroon having hlvlnl been advertised IdcrUINI
astbie aa the special speclll orator oator for the lie big Wili Wilicounty Wildcounty Wild Wildcounty
county I proliocr 1110 Boer meeting meelng He le con confessed confesped cOilfessed ¬
fessed that lie was WIS not in tho best of ofhealth Qfhellh qthenlthi
health hellh having ha111 been 11l1 troubled with wlh some someapparently lolnoJIJlr saunaapparently
apparently nl simple sllllo stomach AlollCh ailment allent Ho Howas 10 10WI8 Howas
was WI8 JIJlr not willing 1tllnK to allow alow that thlt to Inter Interfere Interforo litterfero ¬
fere with 1lh his speech however ihlu his great greatInterest glOlt glOltIntercst grtutitInterest
Interest In the South Haith African Arllun strugglehavIng struggle strugglehaving truKglohnvlng
having bn bl + J heightened helJhtcrlei by the 1le nn nnnoimremont In Innouncemont nutimotiutcemont
noimremont of the Uoor success AnClI In the therapture thecnlltur tImeenpttito
rapture of t1 Ion n MsthUeM MsthUeMIt U UI
It I was ns noticed notcet during tlrhl the address addressthat Id addresitimi < rcsB rcsBIhat
that the former governor g eror threw threl an In un unusual unusunl unusual ¬
usual amount of energy and Ind feeling telng Into Intohis IntohlR Intohis
his words WOl < 8 anti the collapse colapse the phynl phaicicmns phynlclntifl IlhYIIclnR
nnl
clntifl think resulted roultet from frol overstrain overstrainImj overltralnInl
Imj Inl his already Ilrenly weakened werkend physical pow powCIB poWer potyEver
CIB er V
Ever > mlnct since the th failure fttlhtbure ltUte ot The the Globe GlobeSavings tlob tlobSalnlfA blobeSavings
Savings bank blnk In 1W6 1 96 In which he was wasInvolved WIS WISImolct wasinvolved
Involved Imolct Mr Altucld Alt eld has his hia not been a awell I u uvelI
well man mal and 1 < for am Home me months after afterthe nfcr nfcrthe 01cmthe
w1 the Spaldlng own It I was feared ten red that thathis thathl thathmi
his hl death 11elih Sllldlng wan only onl a ouistlon fulgton o at a I Shorttime short shorttime shorttmc
time Even 1 n when hlll fining 1 finghls his last Ilst year yearas MI MIpH
as tmc governor oernol his health healh was l9 none too toogood to tookood
good 8001
Special Specn to the Hew HewXephl NewsNephl sewsNephl
Nephl March 1Ich 12 12fho Tho Grand Ornd Central Centralhas Controlhina Centrl Centrlhl
has hl won 10n Its Is twcond Sflon triumph trumph over the theMammoth theMammoth theMammoth
Mammoth Mining company compnny by bJudg Judge JudgeMarloneaux JudgeMnrloncaux
Marloneaux Jnrlontlux overruling overuln the motion moto for forleave torIcave forleave
leave to file ne an amended ulendud answer to t the thecounterclaim thecounterclnlm thiscounierelaini
counterclaim to conform ontoIm to the proofgiven proof proofgiven prot protgiven
given at the trial trlli of the caw cawAt c cAt caseAt
At a I late Intehour hour this afternoon ltornoon the at itttorneys attorneys Il Iltornrs ¬
torneys on the te contending contening sides were wereagreeing we wengreelnl wereagreeIng
agreeing ngreelnl upon uJn a settlement setemfnt of the te find 1nd 1ndIng fluidIngs findIn
In Ing Ings ps of fact Cnt the conclusions of law Iaw and andtho Inl andthe
tho decree lreo which the court will wi find findThin nnl findTltls
Thin ThIl ends the case so o far fa as l the court courtheto cr coirthere
here Is II concerned concernedThere conCred conCredThere concernedThere
There were some very VOl stirring sUrlng scenes scenesIn SCMC SCMCIn
In the te court room rom today toay The Th closing closingargument closn closnnrgument closingargument
argument for or the Mammoth side was wasmade wasmade na namn
made e this forenoon by Attorney Atorey John JohnM
M mn < Eane ane who caustically cauflcnl and nd pointedly pointedlydeclared pointedlydeclnrd pointedlydeclared
1
declared declnrd tint that Judge DIckson had re reflected rt toItected ¬
flected on the honor and nn Integrity Intelrtty of oftho attho ofthe
feted
tho court Bo 10 emphatic em hnto and Insistent Insistentwas
was W ho In this allegation Ilegnton that thll there was wasnt W Wat wasat
at once the biggest kind of a a common commathan commotion commonton ¬
than ton Tho eyes eye of all al spectators spettor turned turnC
When It was learned that he hi hm was 1 n aViutlni nVtuilm nvellH
Vtuilm of locomotor IOCUll110l uttixla Itlxl his MendBavi Mend flenl frIendsnv
vellH him Hut ho rallied lu although althoughlie
Bavi cn nv up 11 I nltlouth nltlouthhc
lie was never Ul again bin old vigorous vigorousMf vloroul vloroulJlf
Mf asifluitoly
MfLiitoly Jlf Jlf1IItcl Liitoly however tho dlsensn IIBen A markw markwhim Ilrl nuirheedIi < 41
him 11m Ii him utronitly stroum mtly and 11clule uulto till to recently cnty his Ii is ap apptaruno all1lllee ajitlenturue
ptaruno caused grave forebodings tOIbotlnls am amnnxlfty nll nllAxlpty aunt auntanxiety
anxiety 1lllee cnu81 His mind Ilml Im1o Was Ju jut t as cleat clemand cleata leu leuund
a and Axlpty ad artlvc ace Ire 11 us ot old but hit It U t though hi hl hlspirit hip hiptllrlt Is Isstirlt
spirit Iele was willing the Hush was aH weak weaklaicncc wunltCIIIencl svuakIaIcnct
lelh
CIIIencl laicncc wlllli barrow II a I lifelong Ifelol1 frlttm frlttmnnd tmismlitnil rrl ll llunei
nnd Inter 111 a 1 law 11 partner pUItnl of Ilho the former formerirortinor forlor forlorlonllr foruuierlovemuior
irortinor rfached rencllt lucre hurl this thl morning morningHo Inrnll mnoruihuihits
lonllr
Ho ni said sRIt is hi Mi the governor oerlol died 11et ii led ns 11 hi tutu hailived hlll hlllII11 tutuItreul
lived II11 pleading 1lleldlnK th this must tu of tho lowly lowlyMr 111 111Mr lowlyiIu
Mr Altgehl Algell In tho speech sptlch which was wasfnUd Wil tsasfutsd
fnUd tlllc to be h his Ii Is lost declared leolflll that nl nlfrltmt 11 niltrlPui
frltmt hlIlw Is of humanity It mu ton ii I t owed olud a I debt o ogratitude of ofgrailtiute
for Issuing i iproclumatlon 1llrclllnton it itPrucIftunat
gratitude to Oov < tot O YatoH aloM
proclumatlon 111111 llrclllnton Ion soliciting Illclln solie I tin g aMlstmico l1alltnnco fo fothe til or orthus
the liner 111 I women and a uid children chidren cli I Id rca In heir theliconcptitratlon thph t heircomicstitratIon
concptitratlon tll rampH which time llrltlsl llrltlslaro lrllMh lrllMhf llritlshtarc
concfllraton
South Soul Ii Africa A then The TheBpculur Ihtespskur Iho8pollr
arc f maintaining Illnlllnlnl unmet nut iuulumg in I II ii AMel
Bpculur 8pollr said sull the thl people ot America noricl hat hatraiswl hnlrallda hiattrnlssul
raiswl rallda a large mm 81m of money 101 with wih whirl whirlto
to I MPU > the dl dIstress trejii of tho hoer 10lr wo women women womuon
men ltll1 and Ind children chldeu 1ldrllI but were unable una hie to toBend tobml toeend
Bend It to them because llnU8e Lord lofl Paunre Paunrefutc 11lnre 11lnrerotc lammneorote
bml rote rotc the tl rirltlsh Irllsh ambassador amtIIII1 at Wash WashIngton WIsh WIshngton Wutshtingoti
further furthercharged furthercharged turtherrharled
Ington ohjeeteil ohj ctlll to It I He II
charged rharled that Lord 1ort Pnuncefote lnuuCrote had for forynirfl forfarl or orum
ynirfl farl um rs meddled ltddled uutedd led In Anieilciui A merllln imetIca ii nffnlrfl nffnlrflThere imttu nfCllrl irs irsFhIONI
There were eighteen llht en counts and spe specltle SIIUcile siecub
cub cile charges chnrgos In Oov Cov Altgolda Al 10110 Indict Indictmcnt ludlctmont Imuuhictmeat
meat mont He u said 111 In oubstnnco oubstnncoJimt otibstuncuJtus ubMnno ubMnnoJURt
Jimt before hlfore the beginning h lllnlng of tin tinSpanish Ihl limitSiauuhslm
Spanish Spllllh war Iu Lord Iorcl Pauncefotc rcpre rcprearntlng ICPf reprusenultug
arntlng arnllg the aristocracy ineddlvd Illdtlcllln In our ournffulrn ourI
nffulrn nml I trl 1 It n tuilla f Mm f iriuniM i J UMn Y U tti
iiiiHiin uui l intij tU mU l t in i I Ilell t unur O uie uieinonts liiiutuont
inonts lell s of Kurope 1 lrole In innkliiK Ilkllg unak I ml g a I Joint pro protest 110 110tesl htmltest
test ag agdlnst aspilst Izust A Americas AlnerlclH Interference In inbehalf In Inbehalf II
behalf of Cuba CUbl Hut when hucmm the Amerl Amerlcan Alell Alellenn Amerlcan
can jicople nsterted au rlco themB themselves lvos and our ourgovernment ourIOOrlmen ourgovernment
government t was IS compelled com pelcJ to eo 10 to the theicscuc thpIC thustesetto
IOOrlmen icscuc IC Ct of Cuba Knglnnd I nj11111 lsed ISoet a aBtropg astroJlg aetropg
Btropg neutrality neutmlly pronlumatloi JooJamnloH forbid turbidding forbidding furbldtll
ding tll all al of hor subjects unyvhanv from fromfurnlshlnu tromtutnlRhllf fromfurnishIng
furnishIng tutnlRhllf us u any un aid or dolnc d < II anythIng any anythne Iny Inything
thing that would woutl In any an way be a via violation vlolaton viabation ¬
lation laton of the strictest neutrality neutralityIt neutrllY neutrllYI
It I was as u speech 9pE ch typical typlclt of C tho old oldRovornor 011 oldgoverumor
Rovornor who had hll risen from the tow towpath tow11alh towpall
path loorlor tp tj the th chief chllC olllce otre of the stale staleDeath stlte stlteDcath sImilelcotlu
Death was at hand hnl1 but his hl voice had hslni hadnIl hainil
nil ni the old Illdlre fire and 11 all l1 Urn thl old oll sympath sympathwhich RympRthvhlch uuymmupathmybthhi
which bthhi had hlll won on him him the hearts lalll of lt irmnjpeople irmnj Inny Innyplllle mnanyPOIIIC
people It I whs os Got AUgeld Algeh who liar liarilpnttt lar larIlpnlllhc iar iarilonctl
ilonctl Ilpnlllhc the thre thle Chicago itmrchlsts 1111chlst am amWhose Inl tutuWhose
Whose views 111 were freqnontly CItIIOnl called enle an aimiiiclmlimtlv anarchistic ni ¬
archistic Irohlsle yet his sfncerlty 1lcerlY was queu queutloned quel queshoned
honed hy h few fewMr fe feMr few1Mr
tone 1Mr Mr Danow upon u lon hl hil hIs arrival tool toolcliargp looltInrgo tookejuarge
cliargp Inrgo of the body hod mimi Inl opened IIene < 1 scores o oiflegramn or ortlegrall oftlegmatns
iflegramn tlegrall from all al parts of the coon coontY country eounP ¬
try P Some S 01 e sent e nt before dtnth JWIth had hRl come comenfeklhg comelklJ comernkig
nfeklhg lklJ for early ellly Information InfornlQn of tho pa pat pnt paiitjJ9fl1itiOfl
juArqndtIon t > Mqnltn while whlo those thio that oamo oamoilariT
ilariT 1 t ar esT3r etrl eprssmue4 d i tliodonpext IIOll thi detpet p lt rcjrat r irJt o oth at ath atthe
th the h former govcrnorfl goernoll demise demiseNo Ilemlsl
will bo held on tho thobody thobociy thebody
No post 0t mortem lortam wil 10 Mil 01
body of John P Altifold lllll Th rhis lhl famllj fauuillydoes famlljdocs tnml
docs Ioel not It wifh It I IxltiR hlnl content will willthe Wlh WlhIhe ttItiuthe
the statehiont llc1 of the physicians tIme t hi hidlod hII htulIed
lIed dlrt 9In from ro ecrrbrnl homurrhasc h mrrha1 Time Thoremains Thl1rEmnlnR TimeremaIns
I remains rEmnlnR will 1 be hI cmhalrnvd elnbalmc and li rough broughtto roughlo
lo Chicago ChllKo late this afternoon afMOOn
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VICTORY FOR TilE GRANO AND CENTRAL CENTRALScorcs
Scores a Second Triumph Over the Mammoth at Ncphi Today TodayHxcitemenl TodayExciement TodayExcitement
Excitement Exciement In CoiirtFight Between Lawyers LawyersJudgc LawyersJudgcDcksol1emporarly LawyersJudgeDcksoil Judge JudgeDickson
Dickson Dcksol1emporarly Temporarily in Contempt
AMENDMENT AMEND lENT TO THE TiE MINING LAW LAWSenator
Senator Kearns carns Introduces a Bill Di to Amend Section Secion 2322 212 Revised RevisedStatutes RcvisedStatutes RevisedStatutes
Statutes of the United States StntesLocnton SlatesLocation Location to Have All AllGround AllOrotind Al
Ground Within Wihin Vertical Vertcal End Lines Lnes
Special to the News NewsWashington NewsWnshlngton NewsWashington
Washington DC March Mnrch 12Senator 12SenatorKearns 12SenatorJlnrns 12Senatoreamns
Kearns Jlnrns eamns called CI1el on the president this thismorning thismornin ihimmorning
morning mornin accompanied by A II 1 Hayes Hayesof Hayes9t
9t of Ogden who was Introduced Intrduced to MrTloosevclt Mr MeRoosevelt r rnooscvel
Roosevelt nooscvel Senator Kearns railed cII11 at atentlon ntteltlon attention
entlon teltlon to the candidacy candldny of Mr Ir Hny Hayes Hayesfor Jnyu Jnyutor s sor
for or the judgeship of the First 1 lrst Alas Alaska Alaskit IIB IIBkh ¬
ka district to succeed Judge Noyes Noyesvho Noeswho Noycswho
who was recently recenty removed removd
FUNBRAJj FUN ltAJI 0FMUS Oi OP MHS M us SMITH SMITHServices S SMJIlISersIceg fTI fTIS
Services S llc s Held l hl Tills qhils3roruuluug MornliiR rornlll from rrol tlioMurray limo tholrn limoMurray
Murray lrn Meeting IeetIn Ietnl bustThe House HouseThe Houst HoustThe
The funeral services erlcel over ovr the he remains remainsof
of Mrs Jeannette Smith were held at atheMurrny It Itthe attheMurray
heMurrny the turrny meeting metng house at 11 1 oclock oclockhis oclockthll oclockthIs
his morning They were wee conducted conductedunder conductedunder conductedunder
under the direction directon of Elder Joseph E ETaylor ETaylor ETaylor
Taylor Appropriate Apprprlato remarks were wereby warenade fe feMade
Made by him and also alo by Elder Henry Henr
from accuser nccu er to accused Dceu and then to tothe tothu tolie
the court co rt and back again Judge Dick Ulckson Dck Dcklon Dickson
son lon became bcnJne livid Ivll with wlh rage arid Ind paced pacedtho plc pucctthe 1 1Iho
the Moor 100r under ulder rupproMOil IUI11Iro 1 excitement excitementFinally oxdtemontFlnnl excitementFinally
Finally Flnnl tho court cour asked Iskld him for or nn In ex explanation expllnnton explanathon ¬
planation pllnnton and he rofuc IcCuc refucd < l absolutely nusolltely to tonikko tomake toniKko
nikko one whereupon he WM carotid considered consll carotidree1 ¬
ered ur ree1 a I being wherupn In contempt In that thatmanlier thntmnnler thatmanlier
manlier mnnler the case stood when tho noon noonrecess non nonrcH nounrecOftO
recess rcH wa WI ar taken takenOn lakenOn takenOn
On the reconvening roncnlnJ of court this Ihll af afternoon zfternuoon f ftenlon ¬
ternoon tenlon Judge Dlckson Dekson aros aroS and nnl with withashen wih wihlhen wIthashen
ashen lhen face and anc trembling trlmblng lips lps told toll the thecourt thecour thecourt
court that he refused rlu to answer n1 cr at Ithf IthfUmeon tint tinttime th thtime
cour
time Umeon on account of the tli fact tlclthat that he wan wani wnl wasso
so i 10 > o angry algry at the accusation nccuHRton of counselthat counsel counselthat counsolthnt
that thnt he dared not trust hlmnelf hlm elt In an anattempt anItempt anattempt
attempt Itempt to speak Ipeak Judge JUI Dlckson Dckson not notwithstanding notwlthstandln notwithstanding ¬
withstanding that t hue hI trembled violent violently ¬
ly spoke IPoko with wlh tl marked deliberation deliberationHlB < olbernton olberntonIl
Ills words were listened Ihtane to during durng durngRlonee a anllonce asIlence
Il sIlence wots that was most mOt painful After Afterhis Afterhis tor torhis
his Rlonee explanation explnnnton the contempt under underwhich unllerwhich underwhich
which he was wn temporarily lemparnrly placed pllCl watt wattrwnoved wnl wanremoved
removed rwnovedIn rOoveJ rOoveJIn
In consequence con quencl of the lle decision by byJudga byJudgo y yJudIO
Judga Marloneaux Marlolcnmc Orntyl Central Centralstrxk CenlrnlRtlwk Centralstock
stock JudIO was offered at n t J2 S29u 2 9u to a bid Ild of of12SO otZ ofp
WIS orlrl hundred uliares changedhands changed changedhands changedhands
p 12SO Z t to One hunlrl Shlll
hands at It the hue latter Jlter figure Ilure
Senator Kearns Introduced a n bill bi to tonmcnd toatoll toutmnend
nmcnd atoll section tclon 2322 22 r rlII1 < > vli d sttumtoUnited utatuto utatutoUnited statutUnlol
United Unlol States tnte Thf bill hil provides that thatan tht thtIH thatas
an IH to all al claims clalnl located after afer Jan 1 1ho
1903 ho 9 3 tho locator 1001lr In possession thereof thereofwhether therfuOthehr
whether the same snle lx patented IRt ntll theNt or un unpatented unltentcdshnl onateuutd
patented ltentcdshnl shall have exclusive right rl ht to toall toil toIuhi
all il surface and nil 01 veins plnl nr r ode oe con contnlncd cn cnta eotitamed
tamed ta nefl within wlhln the th surface surCacl lines Inel exUnd exUndIng extent extndIng
Ing InS vertical vertrl except that claims rlllm9 located locatednftcr looala locatedaftemJiun
nftcr aftemJiun Jan 1 1903 shall shal not be deemed deemedto leemell leemelltOj
to tOj be In derogation derognlon of any nn right ac acquired n nqulre1 acquirefi ¬
quired previous to that date
W v Rruwn Harvey Inncy C Carlisle Irlle and andBernard nndDornnni aitulilernard
Bernard JUn Utcwnrt ttewnrt a 1 dnwimate of the thedeceased thed lii liideceased
deceased d eDso and In by Apostle llltle Hudger Claw Clawion ClawIJ Clawson
ion IJ
ionAppropriate Appropriate music musI WM u furnished turnllhe by bythe byHie bythe
the Murray 11urrny ward choir under the lad ladcrehlp Itll Itllthlp baatlership
crehlp thlp of Danish Dnnlf1 l SmithThe Smith SmithThe Smih SmihThe
The casket cnsk t was wal almost almolt completely completelyhidden cmplele cmplelehidden completelyhidden
hidden by floral offerings olerlnr from frm earn the thefriendsof thetrlendsot timelrlendsot
friendsof the deceased decH many of whom whomaccompanied whomnccompanlld whomaccompanied
accompanied nccompanlld the funeral tunerl cortege crt le to the theMill theMill
Mill 11 Creek Crlek cemetery cemett where interment Inttrmenttook intermenttook Intement Intementtok
took tok place In the family fnmly plot The Thefuneral Thotuneral Thefuneral
funeral long cortcso WM fully fuly onohalf on hal mIle mIleIons mllolong mie mielonr
ENT LADY DOWN DOWNCOMMERCIAL DOVN DOVNCOMMERCIAL DOWNCOMMERCIAL
COMMERCIAL JTREET JTREETA
A holy Inty guest KUft nt a luoinlnant 1II0minell local localhotel 1001 1001Iolel Joonlhotel
hotel Rtnrtttl stlrtlll out today llY wlh whIm llh her coin coinera onmer coinera
era er to lake Halt Uik toke view IIWI On lusttuty her herwny helway
way bark hl k to the hotel hntll ili shl ilis got gt bewil bewildered 1111 1111Ilrrcd IiwIldered ¬
dered when near ntr First Irlrlt South folth and InI Com Cointumotciul Comiwiclul COl COlICcul
iwiclul ICcul streets and niked it toto pawerby pawerbyto pr1
to bo Ul directed clrecltl to h hI r hotel hotll Thinking Thlnklil It Itvoild I Itwould
would 101l h hI tue rush rOf1 funny run lie le wnt Mnl hr down downCommercial uoWItCouutnmemcial OWI
Commercial COlm IdQI 8tr street t vher h81 he lt iwld Ilhl the timehotel thehotel thehotel
hotel was mid nft Ctlr r wandering IIllllnl down downthat 110wnIhnt tlowmtthat
that breezy hrel iiinrlvr 1lllrtI for wvoml a vtrll mInutesUaruueta mInutes mlnutMournvra mlnutelonrel
ournvra onrel In II bund hUll she fhe began lfan to suspect HmtptHtwhat IUlllt IUllltwhut suspecttvlm
what tvlm ii t pum part rt of lie tle I city ci ty nh Ih4 < Imd hnllllll ottwu ot to mm II I In Into mm mmto ¬
to arid 111 made her hll war WI to Second Solll Mouth MouthHtrect luth luthRtreet muutimstreet
street whure wlere she illicitly 11111kl found founl some someone SIIII SIIIIole seinemime
one who gave VI her hcl bettor IJetor inaction 118CtOll Th Thlady rImlady ni
ole gl
lady hurtled to to her hotel muoli dli dlitroasod 111 di ditroesod >
troasod O In mm mind tnltudTO mindTO
TO DIVERfDUCiETNE DIVERT II 5tJCHEJNE UCHENE
INTO THE PROVO RIVER RIVERState
State Knglntor I EntmerIoieutmls nlluur Doretmm unys IR 1 n CM to tothe tothe tothis
the iroiioiltlon rollolilon to divert 1181t the water wlior of ofthe ofthe oflie
the Durlitwnt Dudl8n Intu Ilto the 1revo that soim soimstep 10111 10111ste
step ste ought uIRht to be tnknti tlkl1l at an ni early tar dny dnybefore tny tnybdolc cia ciabefume
before such water light uI lit have bum b811 ac acquired IU1IluhI1 teciiuimuii ¬
bdolc 1ller I
or f title thliwntewhed thlwlterhed titlesmutetshed
quired UK a will wil cut off of 0 the people
wntewhed fiumit fKimflpproiirlutlnH QIIIWOIJrlwtll1 tliq th < much muchdtilied Iutlohdulltd utmurhtduihied
wlterhed fluI
dtilied dulltd uuUt8 lt tuE if tIn Uuoliamie uchelne The Thecost rheIoll rImscost
cost of lulrl dlverthif the rivet 1111 d mIiuds mIiudsuIu IItllS IItllSI l > end endMr
Mr uIu Dnreimis 1erll Sfl5 ny upon the point pointwhere Joln Jolnwhen ioiuutulieme
DOIHIU In
where I the writer Iltll are to bsUimet hltUII11 heLium utoil It Itdiverted J Ifehtomteil
diverted lvoled high up thu itrouin 1110111 vhenj duer hcl4 It Itl I ItIii
l Iii comparatively small the cOlt will willbe wi willIto
cIlparltvtly Ilnul
be light lght for tunlolll t tunneling und untur undur r the di divide II illitk ¬
vide itk ami IUll tli tht the II sifle U of the lie How lo will wil cut cortespond CUIIClInt cutRIuliOuld
tespond But Dil further 1111 down whoro tin tinsize timssIze Lhsle
size IClInt of the liver IIer has hal Imon largely mm mmmented nll twiginurui
mented tm1lNI inurui oil tli lime cost of n tunnel ulnel will 1 be bnconsiderable becon beconshdcmuible
would do doIf aoIt doit
considerable con A snuUUir 1IIIor tunnel tunlel
It the llInble declivity wits WUI to 1 11 lie steep while whilen whlo whloI
cedlll bom would call for forlamer forlarger forInn
hnrliuntal
n I more 1011 hlrlolial horl llull cnl
lamer Inn ol dliu 1lllmsloll 1lllmslollAI tlittueuisIoiti tlittueuisIoitiAt nslons nslonsAt
At the thl ama snlQ time lmp Mr 11 Uorcmiw DOIlnUI ruth ruthor lth lthel
or fuvureil the Idea Ileu of turning tlrlil tmrmiltm the theGreen thl thusU i iOleon
Green Oleon U ieeui Into I a to I ho Hour Boli In I mu Wyoming Wyomingwhich Wyomingwhlh Vyoiumi lug lugss
which whlh ss Ii htlm would Inrnely 11101 lit y Inortn hlCfIUlf the iluw iluwof lul lulot II mw mwof
of that latter Intr is I tsr Htieam HIORI si team mid 1111 brliiK 11111 mouth unulimore mudl mudlmore mouthtutorim
more 111 wutcr Wltr Into Oreat Suit SII l 11te ke Th Thgovernment rh1ernn111 Flue Fluegovurutmiusit
government t wilncora nrlncol vomc pOle time lma I I mite ngo ngoreported 110 110rUlwrtel1 mmgoruimortetl
reported favorably flulhl on the plan Illm of di diverting illvemt II ¬
verting vemt hug the Snake tnlke t4ima ke Into tmt to this basin Imlln it but butthe IJt IJtthe bitttime
VIIIK the river has now IOW been Icen so 81 hugely Iltely token tnkoniii tlkon tlkonni
iii tlmt t him t tithe cannot camu nut now be II 10no do tlonu no union unionthe UnIIH UnIIHtho U ol ess essthe
ni the diversion bo lit conilned conlnll to tho winter wintermonths winterimuotu Intol IntolIllth
months Illth imuotu I he Anyway A IYWI mm y tay something 10mething ought olght oil ghm t to tobe tnII toIs
be II done dlr to prevent 11llt t drool Ornt 1 mcmii t Salt LoRe Uikodryliirf LnkoIrylu LoReml
dryliirf ml up U i tOr I Us tl Ins would rou RI seriously seriouslyInjure IchJMly IchJMlyIIJuro so riouslyhmJtirstlmls
Injure Irylu IIJuro hmJtirstlmls this thll country for n I lout 1011 distance dl talce
urouIruu urouIruuENOJN1 urUIII
1 NNl EHST IWH JO o 1NOE1lI 1UNOE 1UNOEIlls11iiiictlnii
1lI Ills11iiiictlnii 11 Functioti Inncton to o ho ht Olvoii lH nit Monday MOhiItIyEOIlillif MondayKvmiini oth othBOI
KvmiiniThe Kvmiini BOI EOIlillifrho lt ltho
The ho committees commItees In II charge of time thogrand lhogrBll timegreuni
grand grBll ball bal to bo lt given nt Chrlstennans Chrlstennanson
on al Monday MOllla evening ocllne undor nllur the auiplcew auiplcewnf IUIlcel IUIlcelot
In Ingtneers nnglnEera flitgiuuesre
nf it tho Brotholhnull Brothei hood of Locomotive loeolotO
gtneers division 222 and the Ih hue Links LadleiAuxiliary Illlel IlllelAlxlnl LinksAuxilIary
glnEera 11111on
Auxiliary me working redulously forthe for forthe torIhe
the Alxlnl succeitH 8UCCII18 of that 0111111 event CClt A number numberof numblr numblrof
of nuinliors Iwmhcrl of the brotherhood from fiomsni fromslIountlnr fromsuirouuuudlut
sni slIountlnr suirouuuudlut rounding towns and clll cUel citieB H arc ex expected exIlooled OXleeted ¬
pected to lu b > present Ilrlelt
NOT NO NAM N2Mll A IIW HI CHIEF CHIEFMayor OIEF OIEF3hlOr OIl1EEmMayor
Mayor Thompson rhOIII fluoiuslmsoulIit on Did ld Not lt Send CII ellul in inXamo II liiNtinuo
Xamo Xnlo of it HrotlicHiiLaw HrotlicHiiLawThe 1IolhcrIILnw 1IolhcrIILnwrhe
The expected appointment nlolnhnent ot Earnjd139tIov Bam BamI SnmN
> jd139tIov N I Ilaiow 1mlow as n chief of polIce 10100 to succeed succeedChief SUCCl SUCClCll succeedCimlefit1It6i
Chief Chiefcouncil Cll Cimlefit1It6i Cimlefit1It6icouumuell eltt i IP II1 II1CllCll18t
lmt
council CllCll18t last night nlht by Iy Mayor Thompson ThompsonMr Ihompon IhomponMr
Mr llarlow Is the mayors IlnUr1 brotherin brotherinlaw
law lu and It I was 19 reported yesterday yeterny af afternoon a ofteruuooui ¬
ternoon terool that hu would be 10 the tlo appointee appointeeand lPl10lnioe lPl10lnioennd
and that ho 11 had been soliciting olcln support supportf BUPpOItflom
f flom Kim comm coimclliucM rounelnln neil Humn tu tI rout confirm ronlrm II till him himThe ii hImIho I lit litlimo
The mayor mlyor denies donllH that lllt he intondsto intondstoappoint Iltonds ltmtettulstoappoint < o onpl0llt
appoint llurlow Burlol although he thlnkH hewould he howuuld lietvtui1
npl0llt would make ltkl a good lool chief as ho could couldnot coull couldnot
not be Induced I nlti to an dy up mm tu his Ils Ii Is present nrCMuut
position ns fluent for f r a ten house houseIt housoI
tll
j It I llonis Is probable olont that Darlows narlowl remarks remarksto remlrkl
to councllmen counclmen asking Isl < ng for support were werenucant weiomeant WCIO WCIOmeant
meant in II Illti a Joking Jokitury way WiY
MRS 1S GEORGE OWJWIa LIESAged Dl LIES DIES4Aied S SA
Aged A clllolcer Pioneer Woninii Womol SoiutniiCnIkd Called Cnlel Into Jllo flue tlioUoyond fluehloyoitui
Uoyond UoyondMrs 10011 10011Mrs
Mrs Henry I enry George one 01 of the oldest oldestand ollestand oestal
and al most highly esteemed ostlme residents rcsllents of ofthin ofthl8 ofthl
thin city oiY pacsed lHO away IwlY at It her home hore at atan atito ntan
an early hour this morning morIng of general generaldebility generaldohiIIty merul merul11hIIY
debility 11hIIY resulting resultng from advanced Ilvllced ageShu ageShe age ngeEho
She was 18 born In Durkshlie IcrkHhlle England Englandon
on Jan 11 1 1S22 and nnc emigrated 11 flet with withher uibher Ith Ithher
her husband to Utah In 1SC3 arriving arrivinghere alrlvln alrlvlnhere arrivInglucre
here In the fall fnl of that year llr She Hle died diedon dlodon diedon
on the Very vcr spot of ground that thlt she sheand Jhe JhenHl almaamul
and nHl her hu hUlbnll huuubanmi band settled HIltcd on when they theyarrived Iheyarrived theyarrived
arrived In tile valley valleyMrs valleyMrs lley lleylr9
Mrs OeorKe O orHl was waf a noblo typo of wo womankind womankind tomnanklxid
mankind and ever willing llnf to do 10 all 11 Inhucr In Inher Inltr
her ltr power to assist the th t 1001 poor < oor and nnl tho thotilclr thoHlee timesick
sick Hlee being as liberal 1111 with wih her mentis mentisas 10nnl 10nnllS
as lS with wih her sympathy althy She had 1IIIn a fam family tlm tlmly fanuii ¬
ily ii of 11 I children chldron seven of whom are arenow Iro Ironow arenow
ly
now living and RIII her many Innn friends Join Joinwith join1lh jolutwith
with 1lh 1lng them In II their grief over her herdeath hertelth herdeath
death
telth1he
deathThe The funeral will wi be held hlld from the theresidence theresIdence theresIdence
residence CIS Second Scronl East streetFrIday street streetFriday II red redPrldn
Friday Invited afternoon Ifterloon nt It 2 oclock Vrlends Vrlendsarc Irlonts Irlontsarc rleuulsare
arc Inled
I FLINT WAS SCORED SCO1UDSeittiuuco SCOREDScntmica SOH D DSCIIIHCC
Scntmica SCIIIHCC DofoiTcil nofolct Pefeiiedoit on 01 Jlnu 1 I Who WhoI Wlu4orRcil SJt SJtttigeti
4orRcil I ltCll a 1 aSlI 5 20 1 Ketielpt KetielptSpecial HcecilltSpecal IteceiptSlmeclal
Special Specal to the News NewsOgden Nels NelsOden Newrsj NewrsjOgden
Ogden March 12 12Judge Judge Itolnpp thL thbmorning thLmorning thLmorning <
morning heard the motion IMton to artuslJudgment artusl onostJdKmenl armesijudgment
Judgment In tin Ihl him cane cnle of the State ol olUtah oflah otIrish
JdKmenl Utah lah vs I lllchnrd Ichnrll Flint I lnt The motion on onthe onthe authe
the part or the defendant Ilefen nntH attorneyshlaghy attorneys attorneysllagby nlorneI
llagby Ingh ft Marsh wits WI9 denied lelled Flint l lnt wae waefound vamfounmi R
found Runty seventh sever days < I ago a II pro of forgtog forg forging forgInl ¬
tog Inl a receipt relpt for 2U 2 The court released releasedthe releasethe
the defendent Ilef nlent on Ills own oln recognizance recognizanceafter reogniznce reogniznceaUer retognhzarueafter
after he hI had given him him one of the thl moil moilsevere mostIVHe mealsevere
severe IVHe reprcmands rlprfn n s that have hl I been blcn ut uttered uttlre uttred ¬
tered from the bench lench Judge Jtolapji JtoInhmiisaid Jtolapjisnld tolnlll811d
ton
said tlre 811d that he did dil not feel tell like lke passing passingwnUnee 1181Hlng 1181Hlngntenoe lssslngsentence
sentence at this tiny tm but he would perhops per perhaps pr ¬ I Ihnps
haps at a 1 later date dateHonjamln datehienjaunlum I I10nJomln
Honjamln 10nJomln and Ind Harry nur Ned el who whothrough whothruQh iuo iuothrough
thruQh through their guardian gU Ilan arc ae wing the theItlo theIo theItie
Itlo Grande Western Wester for 1000 1C 0 damagestuatnlned damages damageBIUltnlnod damagessustained
sustained Io In the wreck wrk on Soldier Soldie Sum Scottmit Summit Sm Smml ¬
mit ml last Ilt week W11 < have compromlMtl crllNmll In Incourt Incurt incoUrt
court for 200 200This 20 Ofl OflThis
This morning lnrlng Caine Hursf 1urf IIurs filed filedsuit medlul filedsuit
suit lul In Judge Judlt Howelli Howels court curt against againstWilliam againstiillam alllnsL alllnsLWiiam
William Wiiam iillam Brown for or UUO IS M the Ihp value nt ntIry otMy atdry
dry goods fbt alleged alllel furnished furnlsle by b plaintiff plaintiffto Jalnll
to defendants lefen nnts daughter daughterV
W V K I IhllllpH Ihllp of II i Helena 1 lela Pcnil PcnilHolena lenilhelena lrll lrllIIlen
helena Mont March Marh 12W 1W K K1hllllpfl EPhllp 1 1PhIllIps
PhIllIps IIlen died l 1ont d today toay of typhoid fever tove Ho Howas 1e 1ewns 110wits
Phllp
was Montana 10nlan agent of th the Northwest Northwestern Sorth st stcrn ¬
era Mutual Life Inauranr1 Inluranrf company a aprominent 1 1prorlnonl apromnimtont
prominent politician formerly tornerl president prwldtmtof prtdlnt prtdlntof
of the Montana Ionlnnl pltoln State tate Itaxeball Uaelll league leagueand 1IIIue 1IIIueand lesguantI
and well wel known throughout the enorth enorthv enorthwet enorthiwest
wet westlroumi v t
Prominent lroumi I hoot Politician 1IIIIcinn I oh I I Ida II Knloldc KnloldcSt Hllclto HllcltoSt 14 ii Iclul e eSt
St Joseph Mo to March l lhlrJls lhlrJlsehaell 17Chitrles 17ChitrlesMIchmaclis Charles CharlesMlchaells
Mlchaells ehaell a roilr retired < lerchnnt and andiromlnent ant andliromninent
iromlnent politician 6 b years yer of ngaiommlttea age 818 818clmltted agecommitted
committed suicide pltcian < last night by shoot ilwotnK slHlt slHltIlg shootlug
clmltted ulrd
lug Ilg nK himself hlmsClf through the lie right temple templeContinued templeContinued templeContnull
Contnull Continued Illness tlnes and despondency over overhe overthe overthe
the recent death ot his wife are supposed sup suploted suppoed
posed to have hle been the causes CIUel
m
Frost TTl Harnings HarningsTo v al1 ilgs i is ir
710 0 Uta11aZl11etS flab Fez auneis auneisSection i F Fclol I ISeelol
Section Seelol clol Dimeor ilaetor Murdoch llrdoel Gelling Gelll 7fc C 7czIy clc y lo 0 Send Out Deigee Dcn Dcnget Dt ll F FJt
get Sila Signals on 0 oJpproacli cpproac of Weaker TVeal II aI Calculated Calcliacd lo Do DoDamage DoGDC1lgL DoJaIzczgL
Damage 10 Ftnil Plil ° Glds Buds and amid Tender Pelde Farm Crops CrepsWltat C CropsJjj ps psIYbalo
Jjj Wltat IYbalo to 0 Do Wlien Hllel VIcn Cold Col Wave Comes ComCs L
The fhl wwithar oiHee In this city oly will willteiume wi willucumumue
teiume 1Slme nt II an 11 early date Illo Its It I schema HelllUI of ofipilng ofS1111 ofIltimmg
ipilng S1111 frost warning 1IUnlnal which will 11 b bMtit he he80lt heeuflt
Mtit 80lt nil ni over the tie smto wherever there thereare thvle thvleore thmcmeare
are telegraphic tolellTllhlo communications COlmnlllenlhllH More Mnroov Moreovem Iole
ov ovem tl r literature Ilcutlrl benrlnic Lelllnl beuuuiii on 01 tho matter matterof Intlr Intlrot
of Nesel IUsoivlns vllg rIng orchard from tlOI dentate dentatelion devastation tellta telltatlon ¬
lion of front will wi be Milt 11t from Cfln ruIn the theeathflr thewanthar tImeweatimer
eathflr wanthar oillo olC In n this city clY to any ni mlii > jrrow jrrowor jftOtems o
or ems 0er er lh the state sufllolently II clanty InteroHted InteroHtedto InttIOMllt
to vend fent In i i written Tllen request relloHt with wlh their theiraddressed theiralhlal theiramlmliesiee
addressed alhlal Section Sectol Dim Irctol lIrsetor tar Murdoch Murdochmated Mlrl0eh Mlrl0ehNlntHII MumdocketmitmuI
mated bin hi that
today tOln Ratification jrllnealol quite quitea qlle
a 1 rmmbu Ilnlu of grown JrWIII took < advantage 111II1ale of ofth oftime uCthl
th thl time opportunity OIltlll ohuport uiuul ty to soothe IIrUe reliable rellI In Informal Intorllt litfortummut ¬
formal torllt Inn nn on 01 thl tim is enbjwt gui bui t und t IIHI liii thereby therebyweri thrrlb thrrlbwerl 1merpb3wert
weri able obi to say their fruit from tlll be being I IIll lielug ¬
lug Ill mine 111100 by Ir the frost trult H lie I hopes liopasthat hOIuthlt hopesthat
that thlt there wil iv lll u be this year enr even lven n nMi I muloon
loon eXltmicieej Illhl Inlt111 Intstpgt Intstpgtuit
Mi 11 Murdoch IIlto h further rUlther says saysThere IRYS IRYSThere saysTlmemo
There Is I no iroud l II reasOn why tjie tjieftult fJICCrul ijuefruit
fruit Crul crop of utRh uRh ilmuld not be iRrje iRrjeIj Ilrrl
Ij I Innwuui Inola ll ii by y applying rIIIJIln gome Ile oimt of the theinithpdH thp thusumiethuomlmi
inithpdH umiethuomlmi ut protection against 1lllnll frost trolt And AndIt
It Is hoped hopellthnt that all ni orclmrdlsts IrohR1161 who can cannmipge mm111111t canat
lunge 111111t at to receive frou warning wllrnln by bytelephone h hIrl I Itelephmonu
telephone Irl llhlno or t telegraph lelerrpl l grnpli will wi communi communicate comnmuumiieats ¬
eats with wlh tho section lectlol dlteotor IIIprtor at lt once onceIn OUI cueslii
In n mm 11111101 idiMtlon mimi I I lout to making l8klll must k iim tmrrcj arrangements arrangementsto nrrongUlents nrrongUlentsIn ogot muemm Its Itsto
to receive lecelvl the frost tlOlt arnliiRN IInln l thin thE or orclmrdbn orChlrdl ortltorul
clmrdbn Chlrdl tltorul Is I ihiiuld ihu hllll mummid Hocure so ore n I reliable lollbll tel In bit ther therinnneler therInOIIII t herint
innneler InOIIII int ttm etsm nnd nll expiwo UpOl1 ox lilac it I In tnthe I n the tim o coldest coldesttiarl cnlirst cnlirstwlrt cnldthart
hart of his hl orihnid 1111011 AH the Ih mniidKe Hmllll fire firewill fre fin fintIlI
will 11 undoubtedly tllolltllly be the h11 most convenl
COMPROMISE 0 0COMPROMISE ON ONCUBAN 011 011CUBAN L LC LCUBANRECIPROCITY
CUBAN CUBANRECIPROCITY CUBANRECIPROCITYIndications RECIPROCITY RECIPROCITYt
t
Indications Indictons Are re That House Republicans Republcans Will Wi Come to an anAgreement anAgraementf1sis ariArementI3asis
Agreement Agraementf1sis ArementI3asis Basis Will Wi be a Twenty Per Cent Reduction Reducton to toContinue toContnue toContinue
Continue Contnue for Two YearsLeaders YersLeaders Conferring
Washington Wnshlnllon March Mlroh 12 nThere There are nre In Indlcatlons imuillcatlomus
dlcatlons dlCltOIB that the Republicans nepublcunAut of the thehouse thehOte huehiotmee I
house hOte will wi compromise on Cuban reel reciprocity reclproel reelirocity ¬
procity proel the basis Ilnlls being btMlf 20 per Jer cent con re rejluctlon remilan yemo
jluctlon mo oI Jj tl o > continue contlUo for two tlO years yearsiilMs yenrH yenrHll yearsbTq4iuig
iilMs milan ll 1 li1IiTttkife l lll liavftticfiPfoir liavftticfiPfoirferfrag llv iminVe be bcirTtom bcirTtomtdFrTflk lrtot lrtott1
ferfrag t1 dUrln llrhb 1I r tfe4aflernooii Uie t1e fCl fiernuogm moOI with wih a civieu aview I
lines linesTho lneR huesTime view 1111 to teaching Iclchlng dn tn nirreement ureemert on these theselines tese teselneR thmcehues
Tho overtures of compromise com romlso are to tobe tohe tohe
he considered l on81lered by b three Hopnbllcans Hopnbllcansfrom HQPuhlclls HQPuhlcllstrom
from eaiih eUI h side namely nnrml from the ways waysand tvayalit1 aIS aISnl
and nl mentis melllS Chairman lhalrrnn Payne PaYI Repre Representative Bepreentate Itepresentuitive ¬
sentative entate iJalzdl Inl7 1 and nd lleprosentatlve lleprosentatlveCannon JlproMntlle JlproMntlleCnlnon
Cannon Cnlnon for the opposition opposiion to tho ways wnYI
GAS EXPLOSION EXPLOSIONINJURE EXPLOSIONINJURE
fuRE
INJURE SIX PEOPLE
Peru Per Tad March 12 12Tw Two natural naturalgas
gas explosion explo lon early erl today lodn wrecked wrcko two twobuildings twobuidings twobtmildlmugs
buildings buidings and ulullnjulet Injured six people epl FrankKtley Frank I FrunlciCiley runl runll <
Ktley l < ey Sr Is mippomd lullputc to be fatally rltlly In Injured InJred injuretl ¬
jured Jred Others 0lhel1 Injured are areFrank arernnk areFrank
Frank rnnk Kllcy Kle Iiey Jr James JarlleBrldget JarlleBrldgetJCley KlleyUrldget KlleyUrldgetKlley
Klley JCley Mrs John Hayes and ul1 baby blI bah7
CHICAGO ENTERTAINS FUNSTON FUNSTONI I 1 I
Chicago Chlnjo March 12 12The The entertain entertainment entertlln entertllnmnt entertaInmeat ¬
meat of Gen Kunston 1unslol which began beganhere Iegan Ieganhero beganlucre
here lust IIHt night with wlh a 1 banquet hnnfuet given givenby 11en 11enby givenby
by the Marquctto Mnqueto club wns wnl continued continuedtoday conlluel contliunedtoday
today toda despite dllle the rain mIl Ho le visited vl ltell Gen GenOtis GenOts CeoOtis
Otis Ots at army headquarters ho Qulrtlf spent IPelt a n few fewmoments Cew10monil fewimiornente
moments 10monil at the board boa of trade trde and then thenWent thenrnt thenucnt
Went rnt to the tht tock yards nrds Later Lltor he at lt
Mutilated J I tn led licjonil 1010111 Itrungnltlon ItrungnltlonNdgnunee Iccoj1 ltecognltlommNulgnunee I Ion IonNdllUne
Ndgnunee NdllUne Mich March 12 1Tho 12Time Tho bad bodies badlea O ¬
lea of tour of th the 10 victims victms of the theXegnunre thelgunre theNegnunee
Xegnunre tube Ilno disaster 1I18ter of Jan 7 were wererecovered wererecorld sererecovered
lgunre
recovered recorld today toay They are mutilated mutilatedbeyond lutRtel niuttlatedbeyond
beyond beyoll recognition rocotnIUon Tho drift drlt where wherethe wherothl wherethe
the thl bodle are Is In a trechcrous condi condition cnll cnllton conuhilion ¬
lion ton owing to quicksand quicksandOld
Old 01 hI John Jacnhn Dead IeuulMaseihlon DeadMasslllon 1111 1111Ma8lem
Masslllon Ma8lem 0 March 12 12John John Jacobs Jacobsg JncobsIlel Jacobsaged
aged g d 90 i years yers a coal operator opeltor havIngextensive having havingextensive havlnt
Ilel extensive land and n ni manufacturing In Interests IntfHts intomeats ¬
terests tfHts died 1191 today 1011 of old age ageC1 aGe aGee
C1 e 2 A t AilnniH 41111 Drnil IheatiChllikothue DrnilChllllcothe 1111 1111Chlicothe
Chllllcothe Chlicothe Mo March Ilrh 12Clmrles 12ClmrlesA
A Adunw Allara representative relrntlte In the state statelegislature Btateleclsilturo statelegIslature
legislature leclsilturo from trm this county clnl died die ot otheart athesrt ofheart
evening He HeWM liewaa
heart failure faiure yesterday esterl le lea
WM a 64 years Ylrs of auo al6 ROLl anl was WIS a promin prominent promil ¬
cot nt Hepubllcen HepubllcenIllliiol Iollubletn IollubletnIlnll itepubileanIhhlitols
Illliiol Ilnll IliilldliiK Inl < ll Dedicated DedicatedCharleston IrllonllI IrllonllICharlefton Ieil luated luatedCharleston
Charleston Charlefton S C March 12Gov 12GovYfttes 1200YAtes 12ConYates
YAtes of Illinois IIInol3 and anl the delegation delegationfrom delegationttoun lelellon lelellonfrm
from frm that tha state stlte who yesterday 8tert Y dedi dedicated dedicate dedlcated ¬
cated the Illinois 110111 state Btn te building hulllng at l the theexposition tuneexposItion theopolilol
exposition cate opolilol today todlY visited vlled the thl Austrian Austriancruiser AUltrlnn AUltrlnncullr Austriancruiser
cruiser fizlgetvnr which Is In 11 the liar harl hnrhor liarher
cullr l her > or Th TIme Fhlgetvm party were wer received rl hell with withmany wih wihmny withmany
many honors and were delightfully Ilelrhtfuly en entertained entertalned euutenttclned ¬
mny tertained by thus thl olllcers o Ice 11 Later they theywere theyware theycere
were tendered tonder a 1 Mil 11 around the har harbor harar liarmar ¬
bor borA ar marA A complimentary complmeliary luncheon lunchen to Mrs MrsYatw MrsYates Ir Ir1ntH
Yates 1ntH was le given at 11 the womans build building buid buildlog ¬ I
ing this afternoon afternoonItitPtilniiN ICternon afternoonItumselatis I I II
ItitPtilniiN Ilnlnl aunt Inll TUMUCBPS lunjc r Ilcht IlchtSt 1 IJht IJhtSI
St Petersburg Ietllburg March 1A 1 A number numberof numbr
of SI engagements between IlwHn th the IluMlan IluMlantroops Iulian Iuliantolli Ruielautlroojms
troops and Tungeat Tunuge occurred In Mdn Mdnchurln Mtpebturimi Ill
tolli Anl Tunle ul
churln curing Lurl the i llst past t two months monthsPftver monthaSfrl monthsSrerl
Pftver Sfrl Srerl bands of TunR Fuingesee unl s which hind Imdbeen hal hindbeen
been n raiding rnllnl and Int plundering 1lunterlng wet wer din dinperied dil dilperee tilepersed
raiders were werekilled tvrokilled ro rokied
peried and Qn US U of the th rldel
peree killed kied or wounded wounde The Thu Ituulan cats casualties CII CIIunite catsuaIIle ¬
ualties unite were light llrht
r
I Iit It
clt chit nt nnd efficient efelsnt method ltho1 of protection Ilrolo Iwotoetionat lon
it t hand he should HhOlll distribute entail entailui h hpllog
pllog Illo ui le of Ir manure 11tluru lmluutmU ro nr damp ntuu MlmllIhroughout itt smll ma ii > f fthioughnut r rt
t thioughnut the tll orchard flhard Thw Iho lhu front t lostwarumltugs mt mtWCmlll1 i iwcirnlnuH
wcirnlnuH WCmlll1 will wi generally Itnernl be Issued thom 111 1 j f fIng
Rug tho I lie morning but lou t occasionally Iclall011 meraulouto Ily dur11mg dur durIng IlurIng
Ing the I afternoon nnd fnc tutu evening eVlnll Whm Whmft WIIn WIInhoat I IIt
ft trust warning wIIllnr Is received rIelIII some 801 ono onoihotild onohult 0110Iutitihl
ihotild hult remain Ielntn on al oh duty dmlng 1IIIng the Ih fol following tol111ln tohhonIng ¬
lowing 111ln night 11ht to oconMlotmlly wnnllonniy observo observothu ob obsrrtot I1
t its th tuc tlHimometer t rlnltel t mnomnetct When Wh4n V Imemu tho rrltlrvl cr1 rllr1 rllr1trlIPolnre thu thuteuutiiema I Itemperature
temperature trlIPolnre teuutiiema ttmre Is II reached leehlll the thl h tfH tree n nitouta a itouIlthi IIlt IIlthI V Vbo
bo hI marled Slim fllrtell rttmi and kept golnir RoliI u until ulll time timedanger thodlnQor f fdanger
danger of I fruit frlst has Ito named lummesulA14 111 111AI I IAn
An AI n 1 tile I these IIe flu fp n will wi not iron require rnlroto Ira l Ito i ito
to be 1glited IKhtet more mnll than four or ihii ihiitimes 111 iketiuiiuos
times I dutlnif the seuron and It i ittiln 18 < 11 11tnll u u11th
tl
ttiln tnll 11th thai the Inrreised Inerl lucre 1111 551 yield 1111 of fnit trulla M Mat
at a n 1 r rlul yesult ult of the protection IJruleclon will wi pay paysevernl Il I Iseveral
several 10111 times Ime1 over for or the work and andinnterlil andIMtfrt11 andIfimuterlal
innterlil IMtfrt11 oxpend oXlwmlc exlbuIntledTime d dThe
The loom lm I nll > eui I weather wtathll olllce olce has hmn las received receivedMimpies receIvedscmmpes rerelledNlpies
Mimpies Nlpies of If o u I 1 conIes 1lrlea of o Hags 11 to b bl die displayed ol olpilyod diePlayed ¬
played pilyod shortly 9holl by rural fre trl free deiivory deiivoryarrlim thr delverycgrilcr
arrlim 1111 on 01 their route roul Tluto Thl will wi ba banvc I hoIlvc
nvc fo liege lug tour of o them thpl about nllt 20 Indies Indiessquare Inlossqulrr mitessquare
square squlrr and lul ono triangular The lattd lattdIs Inl
Is black hllclc and nnl when wien dlnplnyrd 1IIIIYfll above uIove tho thoother thoothcl thinntltcm
other iiien hIg1118alH menim warmer wOller weather went her and andwlun fnd fndwhll mdshman
wlun whll uitplayed 16plaYId below 1Iw means eijid Ildr Ildrllth eldt eldtvtnthit r rwontlut
wontlut llth m Of tho ho rectangular futululnr HagU Ilg the thesolid thoIwld timesolId
solid Iwld vhito w hie limb one ont denotes lent R fair tall weatUoi weatUoitho weae weaetue nt4 nt4tho
tho solid PClit hlue lullS u t1tmttteii nnten nIQ1 Koiifrnl Ionrrnl rain rainor rainor ruinor
or snow situ lnn a the t Ii e blue and Ild while lliigg 11IK8 Shim g di diliolea d dImoles
liolea 11011 local 10fll rain or Know InOl nail Iml HIP tlewhln tlewhlnlIng whitn whitnlag ivhulunSlug
lag with wll a I black blnCJ < smiare fUall means cold coldor colI colIM
or frosty troll weather lnlUr No ilagg lugs 11 tsill i bo bodisplayed h lietllspmayed
displayed 11 pl1ypd In this city el a II Mill Is not nt done doneIn donnIn doniIn
In cities ulleY having hlvlnl over 5000 inhabitants Inlobltlntl I
and moans tOnn IlepretentriUve Ieprlsnlnt ve ni Dirk k ot otOhio orOhio ofOhIo
Ohio Fordney l oNIIty ot Michigan Mlchllan and nnl MorrIs Morrlnot
of Mlnndsoto MlnndsotoThe Mlnn80tn Mlnn80tnThe
The meeting Ilng had hal not lot been bOln held hfll at 2 240 240hut 40 40tlt < 0 0but
but tlt was InH expected IXelt t to occur OI Cr very shortly shortlyRepresentative shorlY shorlYnres shortlyIUlmresontmutlte
Representative nres ntnthl Dkbc DU k < oepr cXpreMfjLthe c Fjthe be berllpf tuehIet I
rllpf 1 fhnfwlhl1 that with 1Iie lit litshulp WlmbllcaFln WlmbllcaFlnship t lmtllt lrW1the nmlbf Ii IiIhlp
ship Ihlp dlvldodiftlnioiny evenly the ihettme ihettmeh tlfno tlfnohfid tlm tlmim4ui
dlltOI lluIWevenly
hfid h II come for compiomleo tomwotIStIIttuUIIot Inf instead lead of oflx oflxtertninatlon c ctcrhilmitlon X 1 1
tcrhilmitlon terth llo He le thought the chanceswere chances ChIICS ChIICSore VI VIsere I
were ore good for an nfrrccnuiit anttremiuiuutFlue nfrrccnuiitThe dlrc < lwut lwutrhe
The opposItIon to the ways wnYI andmeans and amIlell unitmeans
means oJllllon committee cOlanllee has gone 01 Into conferlce conferlice confer conference ¬
lell lice lce in the hue committee eommlt e room of Wm WmAldon WnlAlden WnmAlden
Alden Smith to consider conHIJtr the compro compromine compromise comapromimics
mine overtures overtles
The first frst building buiding wrecked wroked was WI oc occupied oecuple occopIed ¬
copIed by b Mrs rB Hayes The explcrton explcrtonawakened explo01 explo01awnkened ezpIoionawakemued
awakened awnkened the Klley Klry family famiy and anl they theyrushed theyrU8hed the theroelmed
rushed to the porch While Whie standing standingthere stanllnl stamimlinghero
there Ihert another explosion IXIIIOlon wr WIJkcd wroked oked their theirhouse theirhouse theirhOURO
house anol1r and hurled hurll the Klleys Into the thelrd timelard he heyard
yard lrd The elder eldtr may w wu s found fOlnd bur burled burIe burled ¬
led Ie In the debris
tended tende a I reception reepton In his honor at the thePress timeljess
Press 189 club This evening evcnlnr Gen Funi Funiton PunlIon Funaton
ton will wi Da UI a I spectator at n tho Btudbaker Etude Blucl Bluclbll Etudebaker
baker bll < cr theater thotor where wher George Oeolto Ado1 Ado1Sultan AII AIISull itticSultan
Sultan Sull of Sulu Sul had Its Il premier prmllr ap appearance appeolce tippearance ¬
pearance peolce last lat night nllh t After Ater the theater theaterht thCter thCterht
ht ht will wlntcnd attend tho Chicago Yacht Ylch club clubjbanquet clubbnquet ctubtbanquet
banquet bnquet T
AVED FATHERBODY FATHERBODYFROM FATHERJ BODYFROM BODY BODYFROM
FROM DISSECTING ROOM ROOMPaul
Paul L r hieemnercccIrk Deemer Bemor a clerk clik In II the audit auditIng audi auditIng
Ing department of the Oregon Short ShortLine ShortLine ShortLine
Line has left for Omaha 0011 upon the re receipt r rceipt meeeipt ¬
ceipt of a I telegram telellm informing tnformlll him of ofthe oCth ofthis
the th death ot his father He sent In Inadvance II II31ln0 Inadvance
advance a wire to the effei erPt t that thll ho howas hewal himwas
31ln0 was wal corning cring I and ant would take ta e care rll of ofthe ofthebetty tha thabody hl
body bOly of his hil parent parent Hy this action rton itis It ItIs ItIs
Is said that thnlthf time remains of D U Bourn lieumer lCm lCmer
er were wer saved Ived from the til dluwtlnsr dllUnr roomof room roomof rom romat
of an Omaha Omaha medical meJlnl college collegeTen colegp colegpTen collegeTen
Ten years ago i U Ilwmor Itmer was wasnumbered wasnumbcrd wasnumbered
ypur Igo
numbered numbcrd union among Omahas OmRhns prominent prominentbuslnoM prominentbuslnea prominentbusIness
busIness buslnea men ulonl and owned OWUI several seomlblod seomlblodat blocks blockftof
of realty and business buslntI Ant hounw hOUM During Purligthe Duringthe
the rly dark days of im 136 10859 obligations otlgtonH bo bocame boocame became
came due laYI and his property proprly passed IIU tt Into Intoother intoothuer tntoother
other hands OHIP ole time lml ago a O ho was wastaken wa wastaken
taken ill I and removed Imovtd r to the rimy ciy hucs hucspith K Kpltal
pith at Omaha Omahl the tht county providing providingfor Ilrvltlnj
for plal him him until unt his death which whih occurred occurredon occurrd occurrdon
on Monday M 011 1 Undrr tndrr theae tl e circumstance circumstancehis clrru0sU111 clrru0sU111his
his body y would woull have h vl b bn been n handed over overto overto overto
had rot ot th re remains tomains ¬
to a medical college ha ro romllns
mains mllns 1 mclical been ben claimed calmell olle within wlbln threw thro days daysAlice dlYs dlYsAlce daysAlice
Alice Alce lloiwnclt In II Hnvnnn HnvnnnHavana Hn811 Hn811ICnn hlmnuummuiunman
Havana March Mnrch 12 12MIss Miss l Alice Alce noose floosevelt Koosevelt noosevel
velt ICnn daughter dlughte of Prst Irlt Itoosevelt Ioo ewlt ac accompanied nrcompnied cuecompunleil ¬
vel companied by b a party of frl frlllls fritils < nds In Includtni Inlu hutclulng
cludtni compnied lu ln Senator Snator Thomas C Plutt Plutt a arived 1 1red armved <
rived red here today t08 on the steamer stller Mas Mascotte lls llscote as ascolts
colts cote from trm tutfl Tampa Fla FlaMarshal FinMiurahmal Flanr
Marshal nr hal fill pfcfttn l IrrCltH Ilcbcln IlcbclnHongkonB Behch10n Itebelshlongkong
HongkonB kon March 12 12lllhll 12Mmtrshual Marshal Su Suwho Euuio u uwho
who uio 10n recently rtenly arrived urlvld at the lie scene cpnl of tIme thnKwang thl thlwlng tImeKwauug
took comnunl comnunlot conun nI nIo
Kwang SI rebellion and ald tok
ot o wlng the Imperial Imprial rplllon force or has defeated lercltl 1 tho tholebels tholeels hazebela
lebels at Lung LUl Chow Su expects to tosupprves tosuppr
supprves suppr s the rising In a month monthLondon nuonthiLomudon
London Diamond Merchants tercImnntsLondon Knll KnllLondon
London March 12H 0 Emote EmmsCo
Co diamond merchants have failed failedTheir failedTheIr
Their liabilities are estimated at TO TOCOO O OCOO
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