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13Tho Tle war Bcccre Bcccrei ecre ecretatY
n1Ofl March Icecre Icecrelary
i lary London Lndon Mr Urodrlck lrodrlck onnouitced lnoulced In II tt the thehouM theIIOUle thebou
under underthat iini1critot
today that lller lllerj
houM bou ° of O commons 0InI0n flfl1OflA
den Mothuen who was wasseverely WIS WIScaptured syncaptured
itot that Gel Molmen
j captured tod severely eceIY wounded woulde by aw awMarch OcnDelorey OenDelareY
Delorey March 10 had been bren re rolelscd rolelscdand reIeieed reIeieedand eased easedn
expected to arrive ntKcrt ntKcrtdon nt Klerl Klerldorp KIorkHdorp
WU n
and WI Southwestern Transvaal ranlanl today todayThe todDyThe jotinyThe
dorp The gcneralH condition condltol was WIS favorable favorableVllrooTIck faorhle faorhleIr aorae aoraefr
VllrooTIck Ir rodrIk added Ilhel thut the exchange exchangea oxehnlll oxehnllli
am Methuen for Commnndunt Commnlllunt Krlt Krlti ICrltlinger KrItnger
i or The hc
i linger had ad not 10t been contemplated contelplated
trial of tho commandant had 1111 hon bon post postponcd postIlonel postjonetI
poncd becauio beciuso consideration con of the eyl eylileticu cIletco eyldencu
ileticu Ilonel letco to ho piosenled IIoluJnted hlertol had hll come In InTimothy InTlnothr InTimothy
Timothy Tlnothr M Healy liUh 1l h Nationalist Nationalistnmld Nllolllat Nllolllatnmll NatIoiinItninki
nmld Nationalist nolalst cheers Invltod IIVlll the thegovernment thoRoVrnmcut theovUrnrnet
government nmll RoVrnmcut to show llunlmngnamln llunlmngnamlnIty tiuI iml magnamln magnamlnity
ity and rcleaHo rolelHo Commandant COllandnnt Krltzlng KrltzlngIT lrlzlnJ
IT ITMr cl Mr Broilrlck lollrlcc Raid all subsequently ubHClupnty that thattlio thl thatthe
the telegram received did not 10t Hpcclflcal Hpcclflcally Mlcclfcnl Mlcclfcnlh
ly say telclrnm that fleii Oll Metluion MetlllH had hlli been ie ieleaned IeIlUl released
leaned but blt fioin tlOI tom the fact that thlt ho wan wa In Intho Intho Inthu
tho bunds of or a Urltlsli Drlt h medical loclI olltcer oleer Itwas It Itvan Itwal
had hadbtun hadheen hadbeen
van wal presumed re u11t that mt tho general gllorll
been rclenKod lelenMed
Sail Lake County Official Ofcal Returns Returs from orn His Trip to 1 Colorado ColoradoBringing ColoradoBringing CooadoBringing
1 Sal Bringing Alleged Aleged Housebreaker Housbreaker but Not John Strange StrangeHis StrangeHis
His Talk With Mace Mac
Bhfrlft Naylor returned this morning morningwith moring moringI
Fhtlf Nylor
I with August Miller Mt whom ho got nt ntHalIJa ntado ntalIda
ado Augst Colorado Colordo and alel who Is wanted wantedh wantedhere
charge of house housebreaking houNobreakln louobreaking
h here m e to answer Ofl
breaking The sheriff 8herll had hat qulto a trip tripof triphaving
first to Denver to 90 90cute o ocure ecure
of It having to go Dontr
cure 1llavlni r requisition iul ltlon papers from tho gov governor govtrnar goyrnor ¬
ernor Hut he was tree from worry as nsto astl asto
to Miller lut for that worthy had hl1 beon beel or orrtited orrelted orreited
rtited at SaUda Saldl and woo In prison prtsonthere prisontlifre 11rlsonth
waiting the arrival of tho sheriff sheriffMiller shorlfrMier shoritMUter
there th re lrrlval
and has hassvfn hasn hasgvn
hard character
Miller Is a hUll chlrcter
svfn Mier n the oflleers ofcers here as well wel as elsennieh else elsehro olselhro
crime for forhnh torwltch forwhh
hro much Jlch trouble Tho crlno
bur burFiatnlng bUIYlailing burratsng
hnh h M Is now nol wanted wnntetls Is that of o
Fiatnlng th the home ot James Chamber Chamberlain Ciulnbor CiulnborlaIn ¬
the afternoon of ofMard otlarc1 of4areL
lain 32 328 J street on nterl100n
Mard 2 2HI 2H 2kk
larc1 HI was released from the ncnltontl ncnltontlan pcnlont
wa of that day after afterone gfteone
an ar on the morning1 mQllng ta arel arelone
confinement for or tho iiamo of offcnie ortense
one iwi tar IImO o
tense nUlonfnement ot which whih ho In now IbW being belnS held Ho Hoii lo loIIured Uowurel
IIured ii tired a tfalrt g kl watch and chain from fromthe tromIhe fromthe
the Chamberlain 801 < residence and Lnd that thatevtilnir thatfwnfnJ thatevrlng
evtilnir Chambrlain boarded a Illo Grande train trlln for forthe torIhe forVe
the tail barded Sheriff herll Naylor uo wired wloll the ofll ofllra
ra at Sallda 5alhll to look out for him hlU and andtti nne andttr
1 with the result already alreadysUted alreadystted readysttltd
tti ttr y did so th rCRul II
sUted More Sheriff Naylor left lef Ball Balld Snl
Dtol Sherlr
d da with wih his prisoner prs n r he nearched leRched tho tholaittrt tholaller theaitets
laittrt bunk In II the prison and Ind found foundJITS founl founllCS
JITS eI of a watch chain chlln that thlt Miller Millerdad MicI MicId Millerlad
dad d broken up and Ind hid In the bedding beddingAlthough beddingAlhough beddingAlthouh
Although all the chain Is not thero therotiuugh therorlourh theretugh
tiuugh Alhough of al It I In preserved to enable eliblo tho thoowner thoOlnH thoOwner
owner OlnH to readily teldl Identify Identf It ItBELIEVES ItDWES itm4TEv
As A to the man Strange who wh has re rer 11 torfltly
r ronty rfltly ntiv been brought Into the case sur surr
r lading ndln the murder of Col Prowse ProwseS ProwseSherltf e eSlerlr
S 1 Slerlr Sherltf > ieHtt tmdlnj Nayicw NIY stated st1M that thlt he Intended Intendedt Intendet
t trins brln that Ihlt man back with wih him but
he he received word JromCount from County AttorneyChristensen Attorney AttorneyOlirlstpnaen Atorney AtorneyChrJatf18el
Christensen that Home obstructions obgtructlonnwere obstructonl obstructonlwore
were ChrJatf18el In tho way a tmt which would wlull take sOY HPVeial M Mcll sOYetul
eial days 11S to remove HO ho h decided to tocome toCIIO
cll come on Ho saw MUI Mane who ho In working workingat workllg workllgat
at CIIO tho home 10 of III Dr Cuneo the Ititllun Ititllunconsul Iulll Iulllcorull Itaihiltconetit
and ho told the thosheriff theRhrlr thesherift
consul nt eflver Ind
corull It
Ienel to toHalt toSalt toHalt
sheriff that ho was ns ready to come
Rhrlr Halt I Inl Iaico < alcc and testify te Inl tt against nllst Strangeall Strange Strangeany Blrunlo Blrunloon
Mr MrNaylor MrNlylor MrNaylor
So that
time ho watt needed thlt
any on WI nede <
Naylor Nlylor tmo Is certain that Map MIC can Cll be ro rolled reled tolied ¬
when whentho wlwntho whenthe
to give lih testimony
lied hil
upon tLltmon
led tho time ul0n comes The sheriff horlt wa was WIS notinclined not notInclined 10t 10tInclnel
tI0 In InMacos InMocos ittMaces
much confidence
Inclined to place 1IIIcO lulh confdence
Inclnel him himbut himbut himbut
Maces story tho first time he saw
but now rlory ho Is strong Mtlon ftlt tmo In II the belief helot that thatthere tlnt tlntthN thattltiv
IOW declareshint declares declaresUnit declaresthlt
there thN Is something Olethln In It It Mace Mno
the Idaho Idahostilts Idnhostnt Idahostate
truttgoectreil ecrvoil n term In
Unit Strange
thlt Strnnoscrllln with Lynch and when whenNnylar WlcnNnylor whenNaylor
stilts prison
Nnylar 11IROI netted n ll wlh Strange SlrlnlO If that was Wn true truehe truoho trueho
ho refused reuRell to answer He le was known knownat knolI knolIat
other othername othernnnlO othername
at thc Idnho prison by some
under which ho h served his hil term termSheriff term8110rlr terntSborlFt
uldlr of the thenature thenature thenature
knew nothing
Sheriff Nttylor nthing
nature 8110rlr of Ntylor the thE difficulty dlllulY which prevent prevented preeltell ¬
securing Strange until he hereached heleachNl hereached
from unt
ed him
reached leachNl here this morning mOInlnS and learned learnedthat learled learledthn learnedthat
refused refusedto
that It was VIU because beclus the state
to thn furnish wol the 1000 bond 10nd that was wnl re required Iequlred requlted
be bedone bedone bedone
The only thing that can
quired thll
likely liket to be bedone belOlI beitone
or that In H most Ikel
done now II 10lt
the pardoning of Strange by bythe bytht byt1i
done lOlI Is II then tiotitlag noth nothing ¬
Colorndo authorities and Ioth IothIn
the t1i
tht lag will stand authorites In tho way WiY of the Utah Utahofficials Uab Uabolcnls tYtaltoI1cIaIs
In wi Itnll Lake LakeTho Iakerho LakeFito
officials In bringing hringinghIntO himto hhl tp Salt al
olcnls Tho sheriff thlrika the Colbrado people peoplewill peoplewill eoplew
be willing Ihhl to do th this for they the have havealready hl havealready vo voIlrcnd
Ing be beyond beond beyond
held Strange several days
Ilrcnd been beenparoled beenparolNI beenparoled
he was to have
yond ond tho time hl
tme to tothe tothe tothe
In order to turn him over oVe
If the pardon Is In isetted Insued 1MBuerl
Utah officials
the Ulh will ofclas only be I n matter of n 1 few fewdays few111s fewilays
sued It olly mater
wi be beon beon
will again
Knylor bl
days when Sheriff Shcrll NAI0 wi
111s to Canon city to secure securethe securethe eecttrethe
his hl way cl
on 01 whoso connection with the theshooting theBhootll theshooting
the man connecton such suchvital suchvlnl suchvital
shooting mln of Colonel Frowso Is I i of
Bhootll vital vlnl Import to one of the prisoners prloner on onthe onthe onthe
the hill hi
Toston ro ton March 13 13Wlth Wltli the labor laborleaders laborleadm laborIeader
leaders In conference with wih Secy Eas Easl EasIy
l Iy y of the Irvine Irvile Civil Civi federation tederlton with withthf wih wihth whitthe
the th prospect of a general meeting reetng of ofthe otthe ofthe
the representatives rlpr sentntves of all al tho leading leadingbusiness leadlnl leadingbustnesg
business Interests Interest at which Mr Easleythou1i Easley Easleyshould Elstey Elsteyshould
should be heard after Iter having learned learnedtho learnd learndIh9
the workmens workmels side of the case and andthe ald aldthe andthe
the indications Inlalona irnji atons that teaming telmlng Is to be bereiumi bereumt beretumd
reiumi reumt retumd d by b some concerns concers after oter a I tie tloup to toup tielip
up of two 110 tw days dn s Hostons lioston strike situa situation 81tUI situation ¬
tion ton san more hopeful this morning morningthan morllM morllMIhan
than It I has been since the trouble be began hogan bean ¬
gan an last Ilst Monday 110mllY morning Still Stl 21000 21000men 21000men 21000teen
men were numbered among the forces forcescf
cf t the strikers and threats that tht hun hundreds hundres bundmis ¬
dreds dres of others would Join In the Ito move movement rove rovetent tnovemeat ¬
meat tent were ee freely made madeSecy madeSey tnadeSey
Secy Sey Kasleys conference with wih the thelabor tholabor thehlbot
labor representative was WIS begun at S Soclock 8odork Sodok
oclock ropreenlatlB Besides leslde8 tho itt committees commitees of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the freight handlers hlndlOl team telm drivers and andlongshoremens nndlongshoremena andlongehoreen
longshoremens unions 1110ns James Duncan Duncanflfepre DUlcan DUlcanIrepresldlnt Duncaniepresident
flfepre Irepresldlnt < lrnt of the American Feder Federation I Federition cd cdaton ¬
ation aton of Labor Llbor John Johl P l OBulllvan Ouliisanfourdt OBulllvanfound Osulan Osulantounh
found vlrepresldent of the Interna International Internatonal International ¬
tional tonal Typographical Tvpogrlhlcl1 union Frank FrankH
H 1 M Mfthy k Parthy president of tho Massa Massachusetts Massacbut5 ln8sacbu5t ¬
chusetts cbu5t branch ot the A F of L and andothers nndoters andOthers
others oters were wer present at It the meeting meeUlg
The sitting was behind closed doors doomand doorsnnd doorsand
and It BIUng was WIS announced that nothing nothingwould nothlMohl nothingwould
would ohl I bo WIS alven onlounclHl out until untl Mr Easley Easleywax Easleywal tas1eYvas
tulh fully In touch with tho rltuation rituatlonWhIle rltuationWhile rluaton rluatonWhlo
wax II lh
wal tuly
While the tb general gCleral aspect of tho thoRtrlko thostrlko thestrike
strike Whlo was much the tic same 81me as It I has hasbeen his hisbeen hasbeen
been on previous day dla thero were some somesllsht fome fomeslghtchllgS comeslIght
slIght changes Until UII late yesterday yesterdaythe eslardnythe
the slghtchllgS Brine Transportation Tralsportatol company companynonunion compal compalnonunon companYnonItnion
was doing principally all allthe 11 allthe
nonunion WIS dotnl prllclrllr
the nonunon teaming of the city nil ni other team teamsters teamIlers cantstore
store having been becl tied d up by b the sinatliy sym sympathy 11 11paUl ¬
Ilers pathy hltnj strike Darin t yesterday y Jtlrdny how howover hw hwoel howover
over paUl borne concerns found flUHl thut In or ordor 0 0dol otdor
dor to save their contrmu contrltl with wih large largefirms largefirms argonrms
dol firms they must undertake to deliver deliverRoods 1L1cr 1L1crood loUvergoods
Roods ood or tWY give he lm 11lnoR liuninoss lnon over to the thoUrine IhoDrlne theUrine
the theunion theurllon theunion
Urine company This led two of
union teamsters COInn to ntarl tlrl out with wih nan nanunion nOI nOIunion nonunion
union drivers and today several averl otherS otherSollowed otharifollowed othorl othorlfolo
followed d this action As those tho at work workyesterday workrelImlny workyeterdny
yesterday folo met Icton with no trouble It I led ledto Iil Iilto ledto
relImlny bo boresumed borosumed beresumed
that operations might
to tho hope operntonl mljht
resumed In a limited Imlll degree nlthouEh nlthouEhIt nlhough nlhoughI
It was felt that the presence IleSelcc of non nonunion nOl nOlunion notiunion ¬
union I men tel on tho teams might cause causadisturbance causodisturbance causedisturbance
disturbance mel hI the great army nrm of strlk strlkers strl strlers etrikcrc
ers ersThe The coal oaI situation was Improved con conBlderably coneldornhly conelderably
WIS Imlrovct
Blderably coalslultOI during the night Illhl several severalfirms IevHal IevHalfrml severalfIrms
of emp empty emlty cmlty ¬
firms having taken Ilkfn advantage ndaltnge
frml ty streets strect and nld darkness Ilrle9 to convey coal coalto
to large consumers con umers
Attorney Atorey Arthur Arhur Brown Files Fie a Complaint Alleging Aleging Trespass TrespassAgainst Trepass TrepassAgainst TrespassAgainst
I Against the Lte Little Bell Bel Company at CoalvilleInteresting CoalvilleInterestingDevelopments ColvieInteresting ColvieInterestingDevelopmerts Co hilIelnteresingDeve1opmerts
Developments Developmerts in Daly f WetQuincy estQuincy est Quiney Litigation Ltgaton
I Another episode episde In tho hi DalyWent DalyWentQalncy DalyWestQInc1 DaIyWestQalney
Qalncy lltltjfatlon ltgton was wal enacted yostef yostefd ycaterGy oster
d Go Gy < or vhn h 1 Arthur Drown counsel for forUt torlaU fortle
Ut tle lattor laU r company went wClt to Coalvllle Coalvlllefll COIle COIle1M
fll 1M flIed d a complaint alleging nleglng trespass trespassn8t treapns8aralnst treepOssagainst
against n8t the Little Llto Hell lel company complny and andPetltlnnod Ind IndpeUUon ftndPetitioned
Petitioned peUUon d Judge Stewart Stfwart for a I tempor temperty
ty t remaining order Irdlr against agllnat the Little Littlefl Lite Litenm LittledeU
fl nm The petition and andfi
tletton was granted Ind Indt
fi t Llttlt Llllt Ben Dl enjoined enJ4lnel from working orkln orklnII
I II in th 200 20 and Ind 200 00 foot levels leell of the theproperty thetroperty
property propertyIn 111 rty rtyIn
In the th complaint It Is alleged aleged that thlt the thewttle
Little LIlie R nel ttii u company company has ha crossed croRed Its itsUfllartei
boundaries bun1larls on the 200 20 and JOO 30 foot levels levelscd levelsr levelseI
cd r that in one on Instance work has hl8 been
Po Pucute tQeeut etuled a distance dlatolce of 140 feet In II iiiuIncy
Quiney ulnc uIncy territory
terriory I
tXSenator Urown Jrown when seen this
Corning tflItfliflg stated that thlt tho above abve state I
renh r snls
1Cn beca nt imping are comet crecl said The he Little Llto on Hell llel Quincy has
Property and v f have hlvlmply nlmply put n i itoa it touI
to that pending the settlement of the thetroubles thetruhles thetroubles
thlt folement
troubles with the DalyWest DnlyWalt They The had hadworked hld hldwoked hadworked
worked truhles woked In wih a n distance of about 140 14 o feetin feet feeton tee
on n one level levelINJUNCTION levellSJUSCTlN
INJUNCTION lSJUSCTlN UNCTZth4OfltNT1D UNCTZth4OfltNT1DNewell muxxnn muxxnnJfowcll OnSTlmNowel
Newell Nowel awl Ferry err Accepted l cellllill aa the tlioSpecial thololluljm theItotitlettleit
lolluljm lolluljmSpeclnl Itotitlettleit ItotitlettleitpeciaI
Special to the NewsCoaivhlleMarcb News NewsCoalvlloMarch NewsConlle
CoalvlloMarch Conlle lltch UAn n injunction Injuncton and andtemporary andtcmIort andtemporary
temporary tcmIort restraining reatrllnlng order was wal grant granted grantId ¬
ed Id late yesterday to the Quincy Miningcompany Mining Miningcompany lllng lllngcompany
company plailtit plaintiff against agllnst Solon tiplro tiplroJacob tplro tplroJaCb SpiroJacob
Jacob JaCb E Bembergcr lamhergcr The Little Lite Dell DellMining Del I3eIlMining
Mining lnllg Co The Llttld IIUd Dell Dcl Consolidat Consolidated ConRoldat ConRoldated ¬
ed The DalyWest Mining company companyJohn cmpan cmpanJnhn companyJohn
John A Kir 1lrby by Hugh McDonald 1eDonlld and andSimon ant andSimon
Simon Damberger defendants The Thecompllalnt Thecompltaint
compllalnt charges chlrges trespass trepa by tho Lit Little Li Lite Littie ¬
tie Hell company COnlplny In Quincy territory territoryThe terrior territoryThe
The te Dcl bond onll Is in the sum of J5000 500 and andilgned Id Idsigned andsigned
signed by Henry Heny Newell Newel and Ind Wm MFerry M MFerry MFerr
Ferry FerryDamages FerrDlmagel FerryDamages
Damages In the sum of 1000 J 10 and andcciU andcot andcolts
colts cot aro claimed clamed by the plaintiff plaltt
John Sliouse Coachman for W WMcCdnIck S SNcCduiIck 5McColl
NcCduiIck McColl k Makes Affidavit AffidavitHAUIUBD Afdavi AfdaviAtAIUfD AffldavitjAlt1ULI
HAUIUBD AtAIUfD SALT LAKE OlL OlLIUIOCOIU UlltL UlltLInuocoilt Hit HitIttuocoilt
Inuocoilt IUIOCOIU llcmnrku lclnrk of Ilitlo fMlo flirt r Led LedTo LedJU Le Lelo
To IMncovery Jhcofery Tliut ThaC Nliouiv Hllu Had HadUlle Ilul IlullleII JiattIhte
Ulle lleII hte III inJolla Oninliiii OninliiiiJohn Oiilall OiilallJohn
John 81iouse n coachman lonhmln In the cm cmploy emllo caljlo
ploy jlo llo of W H McCornlck McCorllck has made mi do an anutlldavlt ont1dalt A Aalildavit
utlldavlt t1dalt before u notary lot r public publc con confessing c callfessiag 11 11tesHlng ¬
fessing that Im Is Ian a bigamist bllllst and 1ld that thathe tmt tmtlie the thehe
he has a wits wltl In II Omaha Onmhl and 111 one 010 hero heroThe heTI heTIfhe 1ierThe
The Investigation Inl tiuton which led lel ledSitouses to toBliounoH tl tl8hou80s
BliounoH confession conte lon wax wnl made ut tit titrequest tho thorequest thl thlrequest
request of bin hlf latest wife wlo whom who I ho homarled hotrlcl Ii Iitnnrled
marled trlcl In II this city Oct 1C 1901 1 01 Tho ThoInnocent rheInlocent ill illinnocent
Innocent Inlocent remarks lcllrls of little lte MlldreI3iiouse Mildred MildredBhouse Mldled MldledShous
Bhouse tho dmtHhUT dlultQr of Shouse Ihouse by b liU liUllrat I Iti ItiIrst II IIJlrst
llrat wife moused IIOUMOJ tho thl suspicion IUllllclol of the theJutOBt theJatell lit litlatest
latest Jatell Mrs lrs Bhouso who wh utter Itler consult consulting consultIng consultlag ¬
ing her mother laid Ilid tho matter mnter before beforeAttorney botoll haterAttorney
Attorney Atorney Will Wi ili F Wnnlew Wonlcl anlees with wih In InBtructlons InstrucUols hietructiuns
Btructlons strucUols to make mullt a 1 thorough Inves Investigation Invstglton Inveetigalion ¬
tigation of tho affair affairU urtnlrI
tglton U I Is said snll Bhouio came to this city citysix citysix cit citsit
six months 10ltlS ago Igo nnd wan WIS employed ns nscoachman iK iKcoaohnHn a adoachnian
coachman coaohnHn by Mr McCornlck McCorllcl A shot shottitus hoit hoittlmo holt holtIlno
titus Ilno afterward nterwurll ho met Ict Miss Jessie JmloHoptvood JeesiIIoiIVOOII
Hoptvood 1011001 who lives 1cs with her mother motherMrs motherMrs mutualMrs
Mrs Elizabeth I2abeth Hopwood at lt hl 32 Center Centerstreet Centerstleet Centeettect
street and tho couple woro married n11ied at at8t ntSt a aSt
St 1auln 1ult Episcopal lIIACOl11 church chuch on the thedate thedlte th thdate
date dlte given ven above nbvc He had hld told tal I his hil wife wifethat wltUtlt witthat
that Utlt ht hI > was n widower and had lml two twochildren tochl tw twchildren
children chl rol living 1111 with wih their thei grand urn ld par parontH Inrontl tarents
ontH ontl in II Omaha OmnliuHU Omnhu1s OmahaIlls
HU 1s now nol marital mallul relations relatonl moved movednloiijf movld movldnloli move movettlong
nloiijf smoothly until two or three threeweeks Ihreweeks threweeks
nloli unt
weeks ago when ho went welt back to toOmnha toOlohu t tOnaIur
Omnha Olohu and Inll brought broulht his little lte 0year 0yearold Oyelr Oyelrold 0yearold
old daughter daulhter back with wih him to be b pine pined
I d In Ht lt Marys MIIYs academy Lcnlle1Y She was wastaken Wil WA WAtoken
taken tlkrn to his hil home where slip hp soon won wonthe wal Sol SoltItt
the te hearts of her now nw relations relntons nut nutone flu fluone
one 011 day during dUlllg her fathers nbvenoe nbvenoe8he uhlenoe uhlenoefht absettoshe
who whowas whowaa wit witvas
she fht innocently Inlooent told of her mother
was alive nlvo and 111l heartbroken over being beingnepnrrtted bolngIJrl bolnlsepnrttted
nepnrrtted IJrl ted form tor1 her child chid These hos re remarks remnllel lemarks ¬
marks led Investigation InvestigationHhouno
mnllel to nn al IIc tlntol
Hhouno 8hol80 was WII summoned IUml0led by b Mr Wan Wanless Wonleu Wanless
less and was told of tho suspicions of ofIlls ofbls 0 0his
Ills wire wlrl and made n full tul confession confessionIn contelslon contelslonII
In II the form of an cu affidavit nflnl BO 10 that his hisnew hislew hi hiIte
new lew Ite wife may mlY hnvp hn1 the Ito marriage mnrrilge an annulled anluled annuiied ¬
nulled luled and b he free to remarry rOmlll him af after nrtel attot ¬
tel he hl obtains n I divorce from hl hiM Oma Omaha Oml Ornaha ¬
ha wife wifeThe witI iviferho
The nflldavlt follows tolows In 11 full fullI tul
I John Bliouse Bhouso mako 10 utliilavl Irllvll that thl thtaI
7 was mnrrlitd Inrlsll to Jennie Jellie Htrnder Strder In InOmaha InOmahn I IOmaha
Omaha Oct U 189B lS9t And nd have two twochildren tOchidren tv tvchildren
children by that marriage e So far as asI a aI
chidren I know I am still Itl Inrta married cd to t her hr and andam ant an anant
am ndf Idtdlvtll divorced from ttO mnr hl lleir hl tt and nd believe believeher bcleC bcleCher bohleyliar
her to hI be mill Mtl alive nllveOn nlve nlveOi aliveOti
On Oi Ort 1001 I wont through the theceremony thec th thcQremnny
ceremony c remon ot marrlngo mnrrllS with Wih Jewle Jel l Hop Hopwood 10p hopwood
wood 1001 of Salt Sni Lake city In 11 St Pauln PaulnKpUcopal rnuIoIplscopnl PatiIIpiscopal
KpUcopal church chlrlh I then thel had hll a 1 aliving wife wifeliving
living 1 vi and undlvorccd I make this thlllt thlllt1I110IIt nf nftlikvlt atililarit
tlikvlt 1I110IIt 11 for tho Ito purpose of allowing alowlllal1 alowlllal1Je8le sat satJesrie ald aldJcsfle
Jcsfle Je8le Hopwood to resume f8UmO her maiden maidenname maidennnme tnnlletflRnIO
name and 101Iood to show that shi > has the theright theright tb tbright
right to remarry Illrry John Shouse ShouaeSigned ShouseSI ShouseSigned
Signed SI nclI JOHN SHOU8R SHOU8RBhouso SnOUA810use HIIOUHISliouso
Bhouso was not nt the leant lea t concerned concernedabout concernedIbout coneernet coneernetabout
about Ibout 810use the allegations IlclatOl1 of his wife wlo and andmerely nndInereh em emmerely
merely stated that He would not have havethought hlvo hlvothought havithought
thought it of her Since the dlscov discovery dlscovery dlscovcry ¬
ery was made Mrs t Shouso has not notlived notII no nohived
lived II with wih her htl husband and ald although althoughshe olhough olhoughIhe oithouglshe
she t does doe not 10t desire delllc to prosecute him himthe himMhe himsite
the would appear appeal as a witness wltnOI If the theauthorities theauthorlten thlauthorities
authorities authorlten decide to prosecute prose ule the thecaic thecos hi hicase
case cos
Divoiton 1OIOn ORAXTHD ORAXTHDMinerva OnSTfmIIOtl GltANTilIIitorva
Minerva IIOtl and 011 George Gcorrc Ceorgotarvott Pnrrott Aro Xo XoLonger1 N NLonget o oIol
Longer1 Iol c Mnn nod nlil nodJudge Vlfc WlfcJUdgo VlfcJudge
Judge Hall 111 today rendered reldercl a decree decreeof
of divorce dhOce In favor of plalnMff plnllll In the thecase thecnse ttucase
case of Minerva A Pariott Iarlott vs 1 deorg deorgW OemS
which whichtV whicht thie thietle
W y Parrott Parrot The ground upon
tV t le divorce 11orce was IIR granted crntcd Is cruelty crueltyPlaintiff crucly cruclyPlolltf crueltyPinhtttlft
Plaintiff was WI9 given the custody of the thethrco thethrto thethree
Plolltf three thrto minor milOI children hlllrpl and nld was wnl ulro giv given gl glwen ¬
en the thl west Ci rods of lot 0 block Il0ck 27 27plat 27pllt 2 2plot
plat pllt A In lieu lu of permanent permlnent alimony alimonyCOURTN Ilmony IlmonyCOUnT alimonyCOURT
COURTN COUnT snTm snTmr < nm nmSusie TIt4Susie
Susie Sualt r Booth iCx Is suing t her JU JUSualt husbandSatittiei husband husbandSamuel husbandSlluel
Samuel Slluel T Booth for divorce 11vor e on the theground theoul11 therounrl
ground oul11 of failure tnlure to support supportDivorce lupport lupportnvorco mttppOrtIlvorco
Divorce nvorco proceedings proceedll8 have been com commenced commenced cornmeticed ¬
menced In the district court by Lois LoisMcLean IolsMcIean LoisMclean
McLean Drlggs against nSallst her husband husbandJ hURblll
J 1 T r 1 Drlggs nrltls alleging lcllnl yonsupport 10nsulllort as asthe la lathe asthe
the ground for divorce divorceThe dlorcoThe divorceThe
The Utah ttah Implement company has hascommenced his hiscommencell hasommoneed
commenced suits In tho district court courtagainst courtnglnat courttulttMt
against J H Powell POelunl and W J T Powell Powell8r rowel
nglnat 8r to collect oleet J100 100 0 from enh en h alleged allegedto nlcged
to o be duo on promissory holes notcMathew 10 holesMathew PH PHMathe
Mathew McCune yesterday filed fed a asuit 1 aul
suit ul In the district court co rt for divorce divorcefrom dlorco dlorcotrom divorcerota
from rota his hl wife I fi R 1 McCune lcCU Incompa Incompatibility Incompnthlty IncotnpaIhihity ¬
tibility thlty 0 tt temper mper Is tho ground alleged allegedIn nleged i iIn
In n the complaint complaintGliOESHKLL romplalnt complaintILOESI3ELL
Another Complaint COJlllnictrOlnArnlust CmripaIiltFilerl Filed ToilnyAgnlust ToilnyAgnlustThe
The fle Colored rolfl d Man ManUpon Mal MalUpon IaiiUpon Ii Iifle
Upon the request r of the defendant defendantJudge defendantJudge defendantrudge
Judge Diehl today ordered n continu continuance contnu contnuonce continuace ¬
once ace until untl tomorrow morning tornlng of the thocase thO thOcase theace
case of tho State tnte vs s John Qroesbell Qroesbellcharged Oroesbel aroesbehiharged
charged with wlh assaulting IsBlulng Mrs Irs Annieieison Annie AnnieNIelson Anne AnneNielson
NIelson The request was granted that thatthe thlt thltthe thathe
the accused IccuPcllmlght might have hlve an opportunity opportunityto
to 0 procure counsel 1 Today he engaged engagedth englGOI englGOItht
th tht he Jtourecouls services of Dana T Smith Smih who will willrepresent wil wilrellfscnt willeprsent
represent rellfscnt him when the case Is called calledtomorrow clled clledtomorrow calledomorrow
tomorrow tomorrowThli tomorrowThl omorrowThis
This morning another complaint wag waitiled waglied 0 0ted
tiled against nnlnt UroeAbel Iroesbell charging him hintlth himwith himwih
with lth assaulting apaultnl a ICynrold l I arold girl an anaccount In Incount ancount
account wih of which was published publRhcII In last lastevenliws Inlt Inltevenln lastyenings
evenliws evenln paper Ho 10 will wi be arraigned arraignedon nrrllgned nrrllgnedon
on fl that thlt charge charse tomorrow tomorrowSLIGHT tomorrowSLGHT tomorrowLIGHT
London IAldon March J3Prlvate 13Prhlte cables cabicl re recelvcd reocelvet yedyed
dyed by b friends of CecIl Ceol Khodea Ihod1 lead ieada leadto leadto
celvet to a the th belief belet that there Is but slight slighthope slght slghthpe
hope 010 for his recovery recoveryCapetown rCOer rCOerClptown recoveryCapetown
hpe Capetown March llrch UCerll 1Cet1 Ithode Ithodepassed Ihodel Ihodelrlastd hihodesassed
passed rlastd Clptown a restless relteu night Ilght which has ho ap appreciably apIlreciably opreclably ¬
preciably 1 told on his general Ienerl strength strengthWoman strenlh strenlhWOtAn strengthnntcn
Woman WOtAn nntcn HnrrrnRe fnfralc Amendment torllleIC Killed KilledDCS Hied HiedDes ICiliedDes
Des Moines olnol Iowa Iowa Starch Mnrh 13The 13Thewoman nTheomln 13Theoman
woman suffrage amendment nmen ment wa watcgIven glven CglenIs glvenIts
Its 5 omln final luIrago death ath blow by the legislature legislaturethl leglalatur
thl Is ls fnal morning when th thO the hou house 1 by a 1 vote voteof voteI oleor
of I 56 to 38 adopted udolted the ho report tpor of the thecommittee thecommlUr theommhttee
committee commlUr as recommending reommcndl It for IndeHn IndeHnlt 1ndetn 1ndetnIt
lt I postponement pOMtponemont
Wi WSM SM M Cornick CornickWoqd Corn ick ickI
I Uoi4idAccept Uoi4idAcceptTelegraphs Woqd Accept Acceptc
Telegraphs Tclcorqpls Senator Sapotor Kca14 Kearns KCDfisNlllc that lie WIIlToke Will WllJokcUI I Take the rosllion rosllionOf fosllon fosllonOf
Of Secretary of the tlcl Interior In h President Roose Roosevelts NOObCvcls Rooscyells ¬
yells Cabinet lhlnci Should a Vacancy oclncy Occur OCClr
LOB Angofen AnaQI March atCh 13Wllllamm 13WllllammMcCornl6k 13WllllI 13WIliiati3MeCorniblg
McCornl6k cCorll h of Bait Hul Lake nkl has 111 lw lwgraphed t4 t tgraphed I
graphed glnphe to Hutmtor Thomas Tholal Kearn8gbf Kearn8gbfUtah ICeAf lCearnHt lCearnHtUtah t tUtah
Utah at WashIngton WMlllllon that llt In h will tylicopt II uj ujoopt I Icollt
copt tho position o ltOI of secretary slctltalY oil oilInterior otInlIlor o ointerior
Interior In Pr 1fld9 lresidOnt ldnt nt Roosevelts 11011K CiUi CiUinut c clist i iIlt
nut Ilt should a vacancy lenley occur tliror tlirortho tllQu tliu1the f
tho Iolllalol rosigIhation OHl nallon ot Body CiY Hitchcock HitchcockMr 1Itchcu k k kMr
Mr McCornlck McCorllcl won wal asked lcnori3il0 lcnori3il0heft before beforeoft 1orll
heft oft t Halt Siit Lake It I ho would Wllild ttottldito Mi Mithe
the cabinet cQ lnet portfolllo Ilorttolo wore n uffaref uffarefhim urtarQhim
him but would not 101 then tllol make mulwUve a po polive tl p ptivo
live reply At that tmt time t mo ho Il tHegruf tHegrufcd tlleHr tsiegraOtt
cd to Washington WnshllHton that his hil niiHV niiHVwould nl nnijr nnijrwould
would be b aunt It from tlom torn Callfortiin Callfortiinho Cultolnln Cultolnlnlo wjt wjtlie
ho lo wan wal then thel bound < So on rmoli rmoliAngoles lluIh1rlr rL Uthlrtif I I IAngeles 1Q 1QAiigoies
Angeles Mi I McCornlck IcCornlcl received receivedother INI flj fljother I IoUwr
other request tNOlt for ° r mvoxprfuslon nroxprlsalol off offRpntlm oc ohtis ohtissetitlinetit I
Rpntlm INltlllt setitlinetit nt towurd tOIU < aacoptance uncolltulO of ofhlKh otJ1 otJ1high
high Ilh government honor After furl furldeliberation fur fitrti fitrtidollljortitloic r
deliberation 10lborton ho has hia replied oJcd thut thutwould thutwould thatWould Of1
would IIcellt IIcelltI ec pt ptAll
All I that lm lute been b en ilnne clone snld snldMcCornlck Illhl Jf JfIICornlck I IMeCopik
McCornlck IICornlck In that thlt Heimtors H IHtOI Koarna Koarnaand ICoirnl Itcitynsatal
and Mlllard Mlllrll havo risked me le Wh9tl1QVwOll whothoVIJ tthott1Jwould
would wOll < accept tho place IllncI and 11 11that I UIHWU unnw4rGl unnw4rGllint
that If the president IJroaldelt offered olere < It I 1 101 101ACCeJt wonl wonlaccept ttotilaccept
accept acceptMILLARD ACCeJt ACCeJtMUI acceptMfLiAflD
Washington Waehlnlton March 13 13Helltlor l3ietctt1or l3ietctt1orlord Henalor Ui UiInrd H
lard confirmed conlrmod the report repllt that lllt he II bpd biulaaked 1 bpdasked
asked W S McCornlck If he would tiff I
Special to the News NewsIlepioscritatlve NwsJ NwsJHeploMnlntvo Newshtepresentative
Ilepioscritatlve HeploMnlntvo Sutherland today toQY toQYtro th threduced mi mitraduced
traduced tro ucd a 1 bill blthbt thin all ni that portlorifp pDrto pDrtoAlz011 1ortlori 1ortloriArizotia
Arizona Alz011 lying Iyllg north nOtth of the Coloraj CQr CQrriver <
river bo annexed alloed to tOtue the state of Utn ut Uttii UttiiIt i iIt i iI
It I provides IrOldes that the stale stlte shall Ihll wlthfrt wlthfrtone wIJT wltblI wltblIone
one year after ltter the approval of the lat latby 4 4by a jtj
by legislative leglalate onaotmont elnotlont accept ncc llt BU I siUil siUillands 1 d dlands
lands as part 1Itt of the drib and In1 estrdlt estrdltor ostablltpi ostablltpior eSlu I lj ljor
or extend oxtenl county coulty 10ornlllt government over thf thfsame tIWr th thsame
same lile The lands In 111Ulllol question are Ie poor poorsettled Poorly 10011sted Poorlysettled
settled sted nnd are nr not lot uccoaslblo except by1 by1n bY by byit 1
n roundabout lotnllnout route by b rlOllll people of Arl Arlbona At Arfbonn
bona and Inl are lre now nol used almost ohllt wholly whollyby wholy wholyb wlioltby
by b cltltens citzens of Utuh A portion 11olton of ottlle the
Special Specll to the NevnJ NevnJWashington No Nowa NowaWashington I
Washington Wnlhlngtol U C March UThe UTheBcnate 13Thesemite
semite AelHttl has hal pusstd the bill b planting plantinghome uantIngiiomecteadetc Intlnl IntlnlhOltendPtl I
home hOltendPtl iiomecteadetc tcnders on UI abandoned a la 10 n el FortBridget Fort FortUrldger FortIrhl
Bridget Irhl er Tort Lnrnmle llmlf Fort Sanders Sandersreservations BlllCs Satidersresertatlons I
reservations leSIfntol Wyoming Womlnl the right to
BttVATK BttVATKWashhiRton Bg RIXtTlWnehiiicpton Arl ArlWaahll
WashhiRton Waahll ton March 10 13At At the open openIng openIng openlag
Ing of toJays lo nys session sos lon of the Ihl nenate lenatl Mr MrWellington MrWe1nrton thrVehllngton
Wellington We1nrton of Maryland lar > laJl pr0neiu IHeN81ko < l the thocredentials thecrcdenlnla thecredentials
credentials crcdenlnla of Arthur Pue Iul GUI Gurman Gurmanoleetlla GuEnntflelected man manelected
elected oleetlla a senator selllor from Marylanu Mnrlnn lor a atarm 1 uterm
term ot six IX years ors beginning begllnilg on 01 March Marchi
i o 1803 They rley wore read rClllnl and filed filedMr fed fedMr fliedMr
Mr Hale of Maine lnlne presented prlson te the theference con conference Ion Iontcrlnce ¬
ference tcrlnce report aJort upon the diplomatic dhllolllc and andconsular Ind IndcOllulnr andcotucular
consular cOllulnr appropriation nllluOprloUon bill bi The re yeport report report ¬
port was oa agreed tIHIC1to to without wlhout comment commentIn cOlment cOlmentII
In II reporting roportll the thl Hepburn Hcpbur bill bil for the theconstruction thecnstructon tueconstruction
construction cnstructon of an nl Isthmian ltlnlin canal canalwithout clnll clnllwihout canalvithtout
without wihout amendment and with a recominendatian recom recommendatlon recommendatun
mendatlon mendatun that It pans Mr Morgan ot ofAlabama otlnbnmn otAlabama
Alabama said the report of the com committee commltee cornrnlttee ¬
mittee mltee Would be ready reld In a day dlY or two twoSenator tlO tlOSenator twoSenator
Senator Patterson 1ltr80n of Colorado todaygave today todaygave tOdllYfIVO
gave notice notce of the thl following folowIng amend amendment amendmOlt amendmont ¬
mont fIVO mOlt which he proponed to offer ofer to the thepending thepcndllg lie liepending
pending pcndllg ship subsidy Rubslll bill billThat bi 1111That
That none lone of the ice compensation compensaton cubsidy sub subsidy subsldy ¬
sidy or allowance herein provided for forshall tor8hlI forshah
shall 8hlI be paid poll fry fr or upon UIOI any nn vessel vesselfor vesselfor e sel seltor
for any In voyage thereof that thlt has cm cmployed pmlloel emiitoed
ployed lloel In Its ls crew ereI nny Chinese Clnl8e personnot person personnot peson pesonnot
not entitled entted to admlsiloti Idmlslou to the lie Inlted InltedStates lnltedStntes tnitedStates
States or to the territory tlrrlolY thereof thoreofTho therco thereofThe
Tho following tololnl bills bis were wfre trovepprppriathrig pasM pasMAppropriating lll lllpprpPlilll
Appropriating pprpPlilll 8000 80 for or tho wllof llet ofJean of ofJian ofJnn
Jean Louis Iegare I ore of the Dominion 1omlllon of ofCanada otCanula ofCanada
Canada Canula for services frvlcl rendoied rendcle and old mon money 10n 10nt titancy ¬
ey t expended expnde In securing the return rtur to tothe tothl tothe
the thl United Unlt States Sllte of flitting SIUn Hull nul andhis and andhis nd ndhis
his bond III for tOI the promotion prmotol of First FirstLieut Flrt FlrtJleut FIrstLieut
Lieut Jleut Joseph M JI Simons revenue revenuecutter rOlue rOlueuter revenuetuttcr
cutter uter service Rerlct to the grade Iulc ot captain captainon clptaln clptalnon
on waiting waiing orders Oller for or the relief relJ or percons per perpons r rons
cons who made mllt the first payment payrNl1 for fordesert torOlert fordesert
desert Olert land under uller the act nt of MIlh March 3 3U77
177 but who were unable unbc to perfect perfectentry perret perretentry perfectentry
entry thereof thelot to divide < Ilde Nebraska Ncbrallt intotto Into Intotwo Intotwo
two Judicial jlolnl districts authorizing the thopresident theJltsldent thepresIdent
president Jltsldent tQ appoint Lieut Ilobert IlobertPlatt Hobrt HobrtPlot ItobertPiatt
Platt Plot mander U I S N to the rank rank of com commander cm cmmander cornniander ¬
HOIRI HOIRIWnshlngton ItO noiwi noiwiWashington US USWashington
Washington March J3 J3Thl 12The The house hounetoday hOUre hOUreto1lY housetoday
today to1lY after nfer rome oml routine routno business buslnclR restimed re resumed reluled ¬
sumed luled the ito consideration consl < eralon of the post postalike Ilst Ilstolce lastoflice
alike olce appropriation bill billU LI billIt
U I was WIS agreed acreN that general generl debate on onthe ontho onthe
the bill bi should IhoU11 clone In II three hour hoursThe hourThe hourf
The annual alnua discussion dlscu kl of Items Iems for ad additional nddltonll addltlonctl ¬
ditional dltonll compensation compensaton tar special 1lodnl mall mallfacilities mal mallfaculties
facilities fucltes between hot n Washington Wnshlngtol nn ant and < l New NewOrleans NewOrenn NewOrleans
Orleans and Kansas Kan 3 City Ciy nnd NewtonNattecis Newton NewtonKansas NIwton
Kansas 111 18 was ns then Inaugurated Innugurted In a aspeech aspclch asneech
speech by Mr Crumpacker eruIPlcer of Indiana IndianaIn Indllna IndllnaIn
In opposition ollposltol to the special slllcltl appropria appropriations aprolrla aprolrlatonA ¬
ions The amount of these appropria appropriations npprolrll nppropriations ¬
tions tonA was reduced In the prelent bill billfrom bi butfrom
from Sl96OO 106000 to J1WOOO 600 because of r tho thoabandonment th thabndonment thabandonment
abandonment abndonment of the thl subsidy IuI8hl between betweenNew bet weect weectNew pen penNew
New York and Washington During Durng the theexistence theeistence theexistence
existence eistence of the subsidy for that por portion h hion 101 ° ¬
ion of the route HSOOO 800 ho said SI the thecost thecost thecost
cost ton of carrying Carrllg t10 the malls mols for that die dlatnnco dlstnnco dielance
tnnco excessive exceu1 of the subsidy aggregated aggre aggregated aggreRated ¬
gated I3JOO 310 per er mile mie per annum Innum against againstnn aRllllt aRlllltIn
United UnitedStnten tnletlStates
nn In average throughout the Cnlel
States avernf ot ortly olly JtSG t tse per mile mileThe mie mieTho mileThe
The Southern Souther Railway Halwa which received iwolvedtho fIt
tho subsidy between blween Washington Wl8hlnJton and andNew andNel andNow
New Nel Orleans Orl ublli nnR he said 1111 now nol received IG C3 C3per I 9 9per
per mile In regular mall mal pay against ugalnst133C
reglar 11
133C ler 33 when mie whel the subsidy SUb81I was Wil Inaugurated InauguratedIn Inaugurted InaugurtedIn
In 1883 HP HI contended contnlll that thlt the road roadcould tod todcoulll sGadcould
could not afford nford to withdraw wlMrw Its 11 fast fasttrain tnsttrnln fasttrain
train If the subsidy sub ld was WI withdrawn withdrawnMr wlhdrlwn wlhdrlwnIr
Mr Ir I Underwood 1nllerwO of Alabama Atnbra defended defendedthe tlend tlendtho lfeudedthe
the subsidy to tho southern luthlrn railroad mlrad on onthe onth onthe
the th lubahl ground Rrund that thlt It WM nbnoiutely nbnoiutelynecessary Lb absoiuteiynecessary olutely olutelyn
necessary n trt give the south louth quirk moll mollfacilities mll mllflcl mallfacIlities
facilities r The RII whole south he said saidwas sld sldWI caldwas
was flcl WI benefltted tes 1 by the extra train trin run rn In Inreturn Inreturn inreturn
return for this appropriation appropriationKill appropraton appropraton1uRIIRn appropriationItuselanu
1uRIIRn Ituselanu Kill KillSt It I Tlnlllll TlnlllllSL Tnflgeei TnflgeeiSt
St Petersburg Peterburg March 1SA 1 die dispatch dil diepatch ¬
patch pltch received reehed here her today tolY at the war warofflc warfl1c ar arore
offlc ore fl1c aunounc aoct that taothr another fight tght oo o
wpt nn appointment nlltJolnlmolt as secretary of ofthe attie ofthe
the tie Interior Inttlul ni but said 111 In II doing 11011 screlay no 1 1m hI had hadacted hlll hlllICI1 hitchCii
acted ii his is own responsi tionsIblulty responsibility ¬
ICI1 Cii entliely entlll I itchy upon UIUI 011 10111 10111bll
bility and cud thut he had not 101 assumed 11111 to toivpieneiit t toitpiiittit
ivpieneiit bll 1IIIMlt nul the th pmsldeiit 1o8hl lt or 01 liny IIY one ole ubw ubwII II III uliwlIe
II I lIe < adiipd u iLI < llp tied that thlt he had hlll heard many 111 tu rumom tu10lY tuthere
mom 10lY that tlieie acts as to bij Iq a vacancy vacancyat iiesitcyat HRIOY HRIOYat
at the lh head of the tl Interior Inllllor department departmentnd CIIutI8nt CIIutI8nt1m
1m and nd Mr MI McCornlck MdolllClbelnr being In li hla hi Judg Judgnieiit juI juIIllt judgin
nieiit Illt in ittt espccluily li5P suited RUlelt ilti itect for the place IUIO ho honaked honllwl hoaelui
naked nllwl Ille him him < if llY he hI would accept nceelt I If I tub tubplace tlc tlciium flt fltllitct
place iium wan WIN tendered Ilulere1 I him himHlntn hutsHIaiii I IRlnlt
Hlntn Rlnlt Quo Ante AnteWhen Alt iit iitWiien I IWhn
When seen lel at tho banking blldlg house housl to today today today ¬
day ny I a 1 Nows NIs representative lellreeonttve Cash Canli4n CavhN Cashbr
4n N lutrnett IhUnetMlld said that Ual ho hud 1111 hit not 10t par parsonaily Ilfjraunnly 11crsonally
sonaily aunnly icelcd rpPIIId nay UI Intimation tltmlt littitmit do I us Jo Jothu 10tIIH totcls
thu tIIH Intent development dlelopl011 111 li tho cabinet cabinetsituation mbilot mbilotIlmnllon tthittotettunilon
situation Ilmnllon an It affects Mr MeCornlck MeCornlckIt fICornlcl fICornlclI
It I IH Ic too to enily lOty I arctl to t designate what hnt If Ifany IfUI ifitity
any UI changes may Iny mit occur CUr In 11 tho lie olllolnl olllolnlpeinonnt1 omolnlleI8onl oihiohatIeiiflttel
peinonnt1 leI8onl 1 of the banking hlmklnl Institution InstitutionMr lslutrin
Mr 1 Huincit JUlwl Is II now 10W unadvised ulndIHl of any anyAt IIIY IIIYIIIJIsllont iiiiyAtOttIjUSUJiOUt
At adjusiiuont IIIJIsllont which may In inn owur oour nt the thethoune thehou tilehou
thoune bisfoie bisfoieIt hou b rol I and UII says > nYRthlt that all al U II moving ns nsbisfoie IH IHb asbetote
It 1 Was Intimated Intmlte < In certain quarters quartersthat quartoll
that thlt Mr r McCornlck MIQrllck Me nick had received Ieulval a apoiHonnl 0 aPctsminl
poiHonnl communication cOlmUllcntol from tlOI toin President PresidentRooicvrlt PrE811elt PrE811elt100HIII Iresldeiitltaoevelt
Rooicvrlt 100HIII assuring him hll hut thlt tho sicro sicrotaivMhlp BlcmIUrYHhlp sccrntulyMlijhl
taivMhlp SitS 118 ojicn 01101 to the Imnkern hlll9rl ac acceptuiur ac1IIIUlll acceptutnc
ceptuiur 1IIIUlll but of this Mr 11 Dnrnutt BOn l ns nsuied nlMUleL assured
uied MUleL lug the thl News that ho knew noth staticlug nothing nothlng ¬
IOrnnl Grand canyon CIIOI forest toret reservation reefmtlon Is Istvlihln Iswlhtl Iswlihlrt
tvlihln wlhtl the limits Ihrll of Mid hI land landThe Ilnd Ilndh landThe
> The h lubcommlUf ubc millte on al public publc lands lands0f IRnll
of the thl home has hin i sported 1Irteil favorably favorablyMr favor ly
Mr Sutherlands Suthcrlanlll bill bi to allow Ilow tho flints flintsto It IR IRII
to II U oclect slleet Immediately hmntIIMI schOol In I hind IllI ml but butw bi but4S
4S w some BOle oppoaltlnn OllrOkllol has devblopvd leVllolo In full fullCommittee ful fulltluttinuittee
Committee tollttel a 1 Hpeelal order oller hn hls has been beennmdp beenjrmllp ieeiiHuRtle
HuRtle jrmllp > for fol hearing honrlnthp the saute pnle at the next nextnit noxt111elUnl iioxtttieetiflg
111elUnl ttieetiflg nit ml UK of the lip committee ommltee when Ih8n Mr Mriutherland Mrluthlrlaltl Mrutherland
iutherland luthlrlaltl will wi appear Appeal and nd make uke a aMuttinptu b itsIatunPnt
Muttinptu utIPlt about abolt the bill billLRA8INO bi blilLTASINa
The sentiti enlll committee Imllltte on 01 Indian Illlnn nf nffhlrs Ir atni
fhlrs ni is tvvt c t a airnln IJ111th11 ye in this i mornlnt lornlnr Tln TIl Phi > bill billof bi bIllof
of SiituMv Kllllul entii ituwlliin llwlhllll piiiliibitlng h1bllu lousing loitalnirof I 1 a I ni
of inliioriii mhwll land lull on 01 Indian Jlllal itftVRtlons itftVRtlonsw 1 IIIVltonl
w WI wits < u jlNfUKHiMl 111tUHId and Rld U I was WIS Vtt rio 10 o umonded umondedto Illon < lll lllto
to Include all 01 klndgot 1ln pf leasing
purchase purc tMe one quarter qUlllpr ccctlon rccton as a pee paiturfl pn peetur
tur or grazing tjictzi lzlnl g lands landsTUB II landsTlt lds ldsTll
TUB ftonnlp lenal has ha also all lInseed PISt the bill billfor bi billoz
for for oz the th relief retd of persons perlonl whl vho mndo 11O first firstltYiTient flrstpisliient frst frstJtSiult
pisliient JtSiult for tesort dellri lands Illdl under uldlr tho act actot actoC actof
ot Mnrch irch 3 ISIS but who were el unable unableto
to 1dffect jGtect th the tntry ltry thereof
curroil CItrOt Marcn arcn 3 between he twen RuiBlan nUlslln troops troopsand trooPSltd troopand
and ltd JOO 0 Tungeses rllgeSe north of Hubandsy HubandsyManchuria Iubnndsy IubnndsyMnnchull itubandabclatschiuila
Manchuria Two hundred TungcseH TungcseHwere TungeactvOre fuugc eM eMwpte
were killed ICle Including Inclullnr their loader Two Twowere Twonuciltns Ttt TttItussians
nuciltns Itussians were wounded woundedChill woundedChi woundedChill
Chill Chi Would Consider COINlller a Proposition IropoeltlonSantiago PropositionSantiago Jrpollion JrpollionantQlo
Santiago antQlo Chill Chii March 13U 11 Is II olll ollldaily 01 oflidaily
daily claty announced that thlt no direct dl t settle settlement Mete settlenient ¬
ment of the boundaiy dispute between betweenChill ltwcn ltwcnOhlllnd botneeiOlilli
Chill Ohlllnd and Argentina Argeltna has been beellrrlellt beellrrlelltbut arrived ut utbut it itbtut
but If n ptopo piopoeltion IOJOltpn ltlon on the subject suLJet Is Ismade Ismade L Lmade
It It made Chill Chi will wi not 10t refuse rtuse to consider considerIt cOlahler cOlahlerIt
Town own Destroyed Dtstrool by Knrthiunkc KnrthiunkcVienna 1 Enet lrlhllllc lrlhllllcVlehnn Ituitialec ItuitialecViezina
Vienna March Mlrh 13 13A A dispatch dleplch to the theNcU theNeu thiNou
NcU Frlo Prcis lre ress from Constantinople Contanlnoplo today to today tol
day l annouticiH tUmoUlceK that the town vf Kyan Kyankarl ICyanklrl iCyatikarl
karl klrl north 18t t of Angora Angol1 In Asia Minor Minorwas MinorWil Minorvaui
by b earthquake March
was Wil destroyed dORlOcd an enthquoke
12 No details detais of the disaster dlsalter has hil been beenreceived beenreceive beetreceived
received ants receive Kyankarl lCalklrl had 129000 IOO Inhabi Inhabitants Inhubltlntl Inhubiants ¬
tlntl tlntlWo
Worklnir Wo hl on al MltcliclMCnlin clIClhl Illll hUllWashington IllllWashington nl
Washington Waahllgton March 13 3Tho Tho house housecommitted hou housueomttiitteo e ecomlltee
committed comlltee on foreign affaire nrnlr today vot voted voted rotod ¬
ed ngnlnst nlnll t considering lisa tlo bill bi of hopreeentutlre Hop Hoprcsentntlve Ho Horeslltutve
rcsentntlve reslltutve Sherman of New York con continuing COl contlnuuig ¬
tinuing tnulng tho existing exttlg Chlmw hlnes exclusion exclusionand lJclu lon lonand
and then voted to proceed by contin continuous contn contnUOU continaQua ¬
aQua sessions tes lonl with wih the consideration conlhprf ton of ofthe oftho oithe
the MltolicllKnlm MlohelInhn rigid exclusion eXllullon men menBiirc menSUf mensure
sure SUf having hn viI tho endorspment I of tho thoPacific thoPnelfc thePaoiflo
Pacific Pnelfc coast senators lentms and members membersThe
The vote vOe against Ofolnst the th Hhcnnsn Rhlrman bill bi Itunderstood Is Isunderstood Isunderltod
understood underltod to have hl1 been bOln 6 to 7 Whfn Whfnthis Whnthll hien hienthis
this thll measure was UR laid aildc 1111 lhrr was wasgeneral WIS WISCOlerl wasgeneral
general COlerl concurrence conourrolce In going on 01 with withthe wih wihthe withthe
the MiteheilICnhn Mlteh Mltchelohn llKahn bill i The actual actualwork actualwork actualwork
work on this Mil 11 by sections ctlols bogan boganthis Ign Ignthll begsnthis
this thll afternoon afernoon and Is likely Ikfl to proceed proceeduninterruptedly proceeduninterruptedly proceedUttintorruptediy
uninterruptedly cured until unt results raultl are Irl se secured secured secured ¬
Ilasplmll nR hl to II It Open 0101 April Irl 2i 2iDenver mDentr I8Denwr
Denver Dentr Colo March MIIch 13 13The The West Western WOt WOtern Westera ¬
ern Hnsnimll Un8onl league meeting Jlrtnl which be began beIln began ¬
gan here yesterday estlfllY adjourned after a ashort ahort ashort
short Iln session lesslon this forenoon fOln0011 at which It Itwas ItWi itWas
was Wi decided dodl to open the playing plllhg wn wnion secton n nlon
lon ion April Apri 32 2 and close clOO It September SeplemberThe It ItThe 2 2Tue
The American Amerlcln association lyclaliola schedule schedulewill Ahelule Ahelulewi
will wi bo b Ignored IJorO In preparing the Ih nched nchedUlo sehedOle eh ehule
Ole Tho circuit ollult M R finally nnal made up con consists rn rnsJAt eonsistM ¬
sists of Milwaukee JlvnukH Poorls 1111 Ds I > ts MoInes MoInesOntaisa MolntsOnialm Moln MolnOml1a
Oml1a Onialm St Joseph JOSlph Ksnwts City Ciy Den Denver Dellvor Desvor ¬
vor and Colorado Colordo Springs SpringsItcv SprlnglHcy SpringsItey
Itcv DoWltl loWl1 Taliniieo Talllt Very Ycr cry Hlok HlokNew HlnkNtw SutukNe
New Ntw Ne w Orleans OrlolB March Malh JSllev 1Upv T De Dewltt 1e Iewitt
wltt wit Tahnuge Talmlge who wan wa brought brlrhl h hlr Itere IteresIck re reflck
sIck Ilck from Mexico Mexic In rhurfte hlr of Mrs MrsTalmngo Inrnlmngo lriTnlmngo
Talmngo and a physician Jh lclln wits WI report reported MIJort ¬
ed 1 at the St Charles hotel hol today lodo to 0 be beonly l
only onl slIghtly lght better boter lie Il In II scarcely ICltll Ibl Iblto able ablePt bl bltn
tn MpeaUniiove spekhovo a whisper hlpr Mrs MI Tnl Tnlmage Tnlmn Talrange
mage mn e stated Itnte that unless Mr r Talrnage TalrnageImproved TalrRg TalrRgI TnJrnageImproved
Improved I 1 prove very muih mUlh during lurtn the after afternoon ater aternoon after000n ¬
noon no attempt ntlmt would be b made to re resumo ro roumo retunic
sumo the journey to Washington to tonight tonight toiight ¬
night a u had been bfn Intended IntendedTn Intend IntendTo
Tn Convert Steel flcel SteelSioCk Stock Into 1110 Ilnnils 10nlla 10nllaNow HoisulsNew IlnnilsNew
New York March 13Oeorge Irrg Per Perkins rorkiM PertIns ¬
kiM chairman chalrmln of the thl finance nnlne commit committee commitee mml ¬
tee tel ee of the thl United Tnlld States Stlte Steel Slel corpora corporatlon rrpm rrpmton corporaion
ion said today thaI several eral proposl proposiions proposllions lropl lropllons
ton lill
lions lons to convert Cnnrt a large larI block bllk of steel steelpreferred RteelPttlrred steelecterred
preferred Pttlrred Into 6 I per II cent bonds bIt8 are ar now nowunder nowunde nowmndes
unde under consideration conalderaton but none he said saidhad laidhnd saidtad
had taken definite d nnlo form brasIatest formLatest tOTl
Latest reports as a to the refunding refundingscheme rerundlngscheme refundIngcheme
scheme are al that UOOO OOOOOOQ of the pre preferred preferrtd preerred ¬
erred stock which pays paYI 7 ir cent centerect is istereit I
erect teret Is II to be retired rtred against nn Issue Issueof
of If mo000006 moOO bonds bnds tho extra elr JWOOO 00 I
000 o 00 of bonds bndi to be used for tho per purch perbus
ch bus s of otbir ottr properties proprUu uee or tot said ddl ldl <
lanai tolal working capital Clllal Of tills tlulthcUlai pnr pnrtlculnr lIr
tlculnr point Mr r Perkins said saidThis Illhlfhll mliirule
trUIRIlllnt This fhll la I one of the thl several 1lrll propoil propoiltlons prpl prpllun propui propuiI
tlons lun I ion now 101 In 11 hand hlld It J would wuull be nils nilsleading 111 thu thuleading
leading lelullg 10 o my ay that It I Is I likely IkI to niMt niMtwith Ilt Iltlh itip itipwith
with lh greater favor than thl the other oilmenare We Wenro Wenro
nro giving Ihlll tha Im Hmtlnr ltl our 11 aerlolm rloK ooh oohIdanulnn 01 oo oosielcuuttlout
Idanulnn Ild nllol nnd Itll any ni net fctun icetien Ion we may lav tiQ tiQvis tt iii iiivim
vii will wi lio for the best Interest Inlele1 Of OfHID otthl I It
HID t hu stockholders stockholdersMii0mi etocllholll etocllholllliH1I stocic iiuldis iiuldismi
Mii0mi mi liH1I Hlnnltiy Hlnll Hiatt by y llimil llimilWashlnKton UnnllWnhllllon Ibtuutlnahington
WashlnKton Wnhllllon March rh UMaJOeti UMaJOetiDavid IS1ajOtl IS1ajOtl1nvhl
David 1nvhl X 1 Htunley Itnnlny U 8 A retlreil retitednotabi retlreilnotable reUrd reUrd10tnbh
notable 10tnbh llguiv nRU11 In nwny InHIllll11flnl cum tiuttll5fls PR I ins and andono sl slcitit hl
ono 01 of the lie few remaining rellnlll corps com commanders 10lt routtuanclere
manders 11n1rl of the I he wvslern Wil erli army died diedliii at athis Mhll
his residence here lfr loJa to > aged clll 7f 7l 3 3of ynr ynrof II IIor
of chronlp ehrollr nilghtH nrthtl dlieave 11 lie 1 litPresident woe woepresident WMIlrehlont
president of oftl uttlue the SocMy loICy of t rmy trrnythe rm of ofthl f ftlis
the thl Cutnborlnml CUlnlrlllllllil and for four yours win wincommander tYui tYuicornutmacler II IIcm
commander cm l 1 nllr of the tte National Nalonal Moldltrtf Moldltrtfhomo Holdltlh018 ui4tse ui4tsehorns
homo h018 lit 1 this cltj1 cltj1COUNT alL oltCOUNT alLCOUNt
tit g t PeUrslnirjf letrlhmr March r nrcl 13 13A A AChang Ildltl IldltlChll sudda suddaductile
Chang Chll for tlic tht tli worse or e has ha taken tkn < plane plaaeIn planeII pisi pisiiii
In II the lie condition ronllol of Count Olt TohUql lt I wliti wlitilins wit w wlate
late hll been btn ill J far torn lmi time tl11 Pelt t nt ntYaltd s slalt4
Yaltd 1111 tiiiutieu tli 11181 linen Ills 11 weakness wRI Is more morepionouncfd Ilre Ilre11101IUI tnoi tnoiyuiOtiiUuiokut
t and ot otplourlsy atIIIUIIy
pionouncfd 11101IUI < today todlY symptoms IY1on11 sytuiuLuinspleaticy
plourlsy hrtw developed deveoped His 11 mtlif Ullt Iilmetitoult IB IBmoHt IY10MI
moHt 10MI feeble and 1111 frequently ltl lty slops tu a The Thewillent 1118llaelt tl tlpatient
patient llaelt hi cannot aloepand aloel1lld II is II In n low siilr silirItl tuit tuitIts
li IIIII I art > iliiKiiN iguu IN Ho < Mlwrnto Jjlhollo liii toici I e Nlitvnx NlitvnxLisbon R1VIR R1VIR1llbon HI ares aresLisbon
Lisbon M r11rcl luinreim rcli 18Iortuguese 131ortUI111 toy toycrnmsnt os osOrnttiut
tv tvrn
crnmsnt rn 1 t troops trop rwently r enllr sttudted bolcM u ustrongholds 1 1troniholl I Istrouiholds
strongholds troniholl of lie slave elO traders tr d neap neapJnrthn nar nec nec7eutlcn I IJloha
Jnrthn bay b lfl Potugues Iotuluefl i Rant ICllt Afulcirnh AfrUft AfrUftsnd A1t A1tanl
snd anl aftnr ntlr a 1 prolonged Vlololllc and nl dosprrato dosprratoARht 111IINntothl dollueuuctlight
light thl drove droE but ilia traders tr der and 1111 tiut llb Ibvr IbvrI libet libetateti r rntad
ntad I t81 TOO 10 ulnvcn SRrJ SRrJ1118n skttenI
1118n I I i u S it ViuiiM 1 uinlslii Insinuation InsinuationWashlnfttun Inllrllnloil InllrllnloilWllhllllon flu rtut a I lait laitVeshiingtuit
Washlnfttun Wllhllllon March MArel 13Tlie 13116 r ltl rsir rsirunit lii liitlon
unit tnn of ItixMfsentnUvo 1 lrellftln nurlnwit 1111111 of Tex Texas 1e 1enit lxn ¬
as n asking askin the t I secretary cNlal of state for In Information InflrtOIIII Irfotniatiutt ¬
formation flrtOIIII ns to requ ruts teqtiemts stHiy by y Ilev REv lllram lllramW 11ratl hiiraulv
W Thome lholl n to bear her nun ul funds to tl tha thaHocr tl Li Lihoer
Boer coiieeutrntloif COICltrtolcallll coitcetuiratloureaiips oanipti wu WR ordered orderedi ol onhetstuuported lelI1 lelI1Ilported
i Ilported iport d by ly the house houl commutes cOlmlte on onforeign 01 0 0foreigii
foreign fOlell1 ulT nllrl allaIre lrs today AR llfeod agreed to tha thalesolutlou tho1ll0lutl01 tic tictesoluIoit
lesolutlou 1ll0lutl01 Iell IellR itcIas itcIasitesolved i eel IPS IPSResolved
Resolved R lolnd That the aecrotnry II1OtR of stat Ilatob statbe t to tobe
be b and ulil lie Is hereby respectfully lllleetuly 10 10iiiested 10clutIII1 icucuesied
iiiested clutIII1 If I not lot IncompatIble IncolJlutbl1 with wih tlm tlmpublic tu tupuhlk ii iiptuIillt
public liii IIHlrlat Inlercust ro t to Inform tho house housereprcuietutiitttem of ofrcprritcntutlves otlIIsenlutht
rcprritcntutlves lIIsenlutht whether h hl Ice decllnwl deelnl to toputnply torumply I Iotrululy
putnply with wlh tlif thf li rciiuttrt 111111 nf list thl > snld snldHev snlt sal sallbt
Hev 11I Hiram Jlln W ThomaM lhOlfl or anyone anol act acting lt ltIn actlag ¬
lag In for htm hlll for passports or to nsk la the theDrltlidi thl1rlt thu thutiritleim
Drltlidi rlt h government KOrllent fur permission p rlll lol for forthe tO be belie
the said hl novo Thomas Tholl and nm his wife wlf or orto c cto
to loud 10111 lilt oinces OCII to secure Ilet throunh thlUlh the theIlrltlsh IhuIrlteh tit titflrltislu
Ilrltlsh Irlteh imbassador alnbllla < or a permit Illt from rol th thHrlllih th11118h thllrltlmhu
Hrlllih 11118h war st olllce uUcn for them Ihll to visit visitBouth tlalouitii IltRoulh
Bouth Afrlcfiii Atrlcfl military mllhry ittli itutry cuiicontrstlon cuiicontrstloncampH 11lw ootwentrationa ntratol
campH lallH na taps for tlu thl I lice > purpose ptt iuino of distributing distributingfund Ilstrlbllll distri ni I In Inrunde
fund nliipd Ialill In 1 111116 the United nled States for forhe rn to tothe
the he relief rel f of noncombatant nOIcolhtlnt prisoners prisonersA rlolers rlolersIt
A letter It r from trol Secy Sec H Iny flay y was WIIIIIInt WIIIIIIntOl present presentml luuessnoil
ml Ol by h Chairman ehnlrlal Hilt Hit explaining eplnlnlng tho cir circumstances clrOUlltUOS citeunstntiees ¬
cumstances OUlltUOS of the thE once onscW enlOII onceY
W Y Ii I Klkiii Ikll ltlkltta Dead DeadPhiladelphia IentlPhtlladeilchuin 111 111rhllltl111ln
Philadelphia rhllltl111ln Pa March 13Wllllam 13WllllamL 13WIIII
J L Klhliia Ellhl1 died dl Ied d today ut lt his country countryhome countryhome countrhome
home Menlo Mlnlo Lodge loIlgl near onr Klklnn lalln8 ida nlntlon Itn Itnton idatoti
ton Pa 1 u 1 few miles mil from roni this Ihl city cityHe ciy ciyle OIL OILlie
He le was 61 a won ln of the millionaire mllolllr traction tractionIm tril trnrtlotingnate lon lonllonalt
Im llonalt tingnate smite mid Ild was wnl himself prominently prominentlyIdontlfloil prominentyMonUnt protusinentitdomnlneI
Idontlfloil with wih many business hUllnel1 inter interctn Intfr IntfrItl intervets
vets Itl 11 11 tie was wal about 3 3 years onr of o ago Igo and andHiantly aim aimstanti
Urrt1 1IJ JIIID 1ifr
1n Hiantly Itlnt WTrT under ulder tho rare of a 1 physician physiciantor physiclufor
tor a cerebrosplnal eer l0811Inal trouble ills Ja widow widowU wllow wllowh whimIS
U the daughter Ilaughtlr ot Col C W Felton lrolol a aailtornia of ofCalifornia ofCalornln
California CaliforniaSchooner Calornln Calornlnfchoontl ailtorniaSehionutet
Schooner fchoontl Itcpoitcr IcJolter Drifts Orlfl AshotT AshotTBan jMhmBnn itslotr8an
Ban Francisco Jrlnollco March arcl 13Tho four tourmutated fourmasted tlur tlurrHlol
mutated rHlol schooner Itepotter leoler Copt llau llauwii UauIcn hiattsea
sea Icn bound from Grays Harbor IlablJ to tills tillsport tl ihl ihlyort
yort drifted ashore this moinlng on ontho 0 0tho ot otthe
tho bench bfch south of the Cliff Cuf house close closeto clol des desto
to the llfepavliie Itopalnr station Itllton The olllcerft olllcerftrpd chlieerirud leer leerMId
MId craw or were landed without wihout much muchdltllculty muchdllculy tituc titucdifficulty
difficulty The fli v vessel ssei c l Is breaking up uprnd UIIrIHl ciirtid
rnd dllculy will wil probably fobnbly prove a total long longThe 101 lossFlue
The Thl Iteporter llportlr Is l owned olld by the M 1C 1CWood lCWool ICWood
Wood Wool Lumber company of ofthl this city cityHer ol city11cr
Her Jer registered tonnage tonllgo Is 1100 She haen has hason hasn
on n board a full tul au cat cnto cargo go of lumber lumberHxMayor IUlber IUlberBxaII lumberEsMayor
HxMayor Martin lnrcl of Il lloston 10810n Dead DendBoston lenl lenlDostol DeadBoston
Boston Dostol March MOch 13Clon 13 Con AttguetutMartin Augustus AugustusMartin Auu tus tus1lnrln
Martin 1lnrln former torllr mayor and all also former formerrollca forler forlerrolo fornuecmile
mile commissioner commlslon r of lloston died 1101 at athis nt1ls a alila
his rolo horn hOI In II Uoicheoter JolchBter today aged aged CO COyears 6 6ear 6years
years ear At the hue tII10 of his hl death doth lie hl was wascity wincity 1
city ct water commissioner COlllsllcr Ho Mrvcd MrvcdIn srvc srvcin rvcd
In tho civil civi war with wih great gret distinction distinctionCuban dlatnclol dlatnclolCnhnn dIstInctionCitlman
Cuban Reciprocity fleuulirncttyWnshilngtnii ReciprocityWashington Ieolprocly IeolproclyWahngton
Washington Mnrch 13 ISTher 13There There was n nnoticeable nrtcoble anoticeable
noticeable rtcoble Wahngton dlmutatlan dllutatlon today todlY of excited exciteddlticusiMon exeltedIIIoUIIlon exciteduiiectissloa
dlticusiMon IIIoUIIlon over Cuban ndlroclY reciprocity nonlint now nowthat 101
that thlt tho two antagonistic ntnronlilc elements 10lpntl are areconsidering areconHldorng arcrotteldoring
conHldorng considering a compromise 101lmlle agreement agreementlimiting Rrement1I11nl agreemenlluttilting
the he concession to December
limiting conciol Ollmbor
1903 103 1I11nl The leaders 10M on both skits Ildol stated slate1that statedthat tntcI tntcIthat
that the tendencies tendelclps w were r strongly Itrongly to toward toAI towauii ¬
ward AI I an n agreement about I10nt the thl only onlyopen onlyolln onlyopen
open olln question IUlstnn being as I to whether whllhar the therellof te teIelof thereikt
rellof Ielof should covet one or two crops cropsRepresentative crJ9 crJ91Clllenlnt1 emitsIeirtSeuItlttltlt
of Minnesota MlnnwtotaBays
Representative Tuwney
1Inntotn 1Inntotnf
Bays f 1Clllenlnt1 the tht lii concession lonlfslnn will wi b be necessarily necessarilyconfined IleeUrly IleeUrlyconfncd iieoesscrliyorifitied
confined to next 1t years yrK trop IrOJ as thin thinyears thlaear tillsiears
years iears ear will wi be u harvested harMlel and In the thehands thehlndl theiande
hands hlndl of the rtllnmls Inlil before bltore the amos measure JI amosire ¬
ire UN can be enacted ena t 1 Chairman Payne Paynehas Ilyne Ilynehi Payneicc
has hi icc not yet It drafted 1rtel time tle text tet of the pro proposed pr proioped ¬
compromise compromiseNo
posed cmpromil cmpromilSo
No MrriiKo 1Ifl O for Jookoy uk Madden MaddenLondon lnlllrl lnlllrl1ltll IuuuluiemiLonulmi
London 1ltll March IS 13The The racing colon calendar Clen Clendfr colontar ¬
dar dfr todny tOl 1 confirming lonnrl1n8 the Ihl news ne con cmislatcl contained COl ¬
tained tallel In these dispatches ten days ago agoannounces 1j agounnomince
announces that the stewards of the theJockey theToklY therokey
Jockey 8110unC ToklY club dlb utter ater an In Inquiry have 11 re refused ro rotlll reused ¬
fused to license Otto Olo Madden who whoheaded whoeaded ho hohldfd
headed hldfd the II list 11 of winning wlnnlil jockeys In
1901 and F 1 ItlrKuby IrAb who In n addition additionIs addllll
Is I warned off or Newmarket Heath Jfrth both bothon bothnn
on n the ground rund that th they the associated nelntll with withpersons wih wihIIIUnl wIthersons
persons IIIUnl ersons ot bad bld character ohrcter on th UHf turf turfOther turrOther turfOther
Other jockeys JokeYI are cautioned eltllonltl and a aRenernl I aenenul
Renernl enenul warning l II ln IHuel issued ued that any an In Infraction Intoton inrartlon ¬
len91 fraction toton of the rules rulewl will be b rigorously rigorouslypunlihoil rigorouslyunlehsod golou ly lypunlIled
punlihoil punlihoilAmong punlIledAmOnI unlehsodAmong
following Among AmOnI the the Americans AmericansClrm Jockeys Jok licensed lecn o are lre the thefollowing thetotln theoilowint
totln Amercnnl
Clrm Jones JOla IlUby HMI and Spencer SpnnoerItnlihpr 8Innr 8InnrInhhlrl Spenceritolulirre
Itnlihpr Inhhlrl Loot n Hunk HunkJollot nAlk nAlkJolot llattkJaUnt
JaUnt Jolot Tils Tl March th U 1lx 13Six Six men early earlytoday eatlytaa earlyda
today da brol lrl81nlo lirolie < Into the Exchange bank tn itstinooka tnMlnookn InIlnokn
taa Mlnookn Ilnokn nine muss mlt west Ilt of Jotted Jollvtwrecked JoM JoMwrke Jottedresked
wrecked wrke the rate Pf with dynamite dMlnltl and andnecured all alleure aewlseured
necured between HOOO UO and 81 < SOOO 10 In Inrash Inaah initch
rash eure Theodore Tltre Krln who heard htr the theexplosions thf thepioslonI
explosions I10810nl ro fC ewe e from trm a sick bed b and andwent andw andrent
w went nl to warn nM A K Kimpp president presidentof pld lt ltot
of f the bank olk The robber roblll aswwlted aswwltedKrlne IUIIIIUIltedIrtne aseashtedrliie
Krlne rliie on his hi return and left himrtggd him himftagged himRnSKtd
ftagged lie was not found until near nearly MII neartwo ¬
ly two hours after The robt robbers rs took tookn tookhandcar
n handcar on the tie Rock Island road roadnnd r rfind rotlml
find ml went west westNewspaper WtlteWJlllllllcr weltNevapaper
Newspaper Slim Suicide SuicideNew SnlllhleNew SuiluluhesNecy
New York March 11 nAndrew Andrew J JWatrouM JWattou 3Patcouso
WatrouM a well known kn own < newspaper newspaperman new newipapticommitted ll t1 t1mAli
man committed suicide today by shoot shootIng IhootInr shootig
Ing ig He had been a rufferw from In Insomnia 111Oll1nln inanal ¬
somnia anal and had been under the on wire Uftreot wirea re reof
of a physician phIl lan for or seine time lie came cameto ramIto
to 1 New York ten years 88r8 ago from Phil Philadelphia rhll10Iphla Phillolphla ¬
adelphia adelphiaWill 10IphlaWill lolphlaivull
Will Ill Iny Icbrunrr Initnllmrnt InitnllmrntPekln IrINlnllrlllurIekln InstniiituetutPekin
Pekln March 13 13Th The bankers com committee commlttee cornittee ¬
mittee ittee today announced the February Februaryinstallment FbruaryIntl11lmltl Februarystailment
installment amounting to ldfOOOd 1510000elm ldfOOOdtaeli 18f OOO OOOtacJ
taeli elm of the Chinese Indemnity aratly aratlyto grOAtlythe
to the eatlifactloa of the mlnlsttra ot otthe othe ofL5
the he L5 powers
GJutclasing GJutclasingAl1111 PiiW1asinqAiyn1moijiijg I
Army Aiyn1moijiijg Aiyn1moijiijgDisl Remounts emOlll1tsDlsII
o oDistinguished
Distinguished DlsII I01lrS1Id Biilisl I1dll Z Officer Oicer at allze tip Knutsford I Under Karl of ofFingall ofJpilluJll I I1lOI
Fingall Dacliiwl Dacl lllJd lo be Interviewed on lie SMwls of ofvhnoiican ofcI ofcuiiWjIcin
vhnoiican cI 1jICllll IIorsas TJity lll arc Cjoing lo Offden lo Inspect ItispectdllilflS InspectAniinqls
Aniinqls fot fo Survicc urcfc in I l South SOli Il Africa Against Aglllslllw lieflocrs 11w Boers i
Fliers are several ftvemll1lltinJUllh distinguished Britlilt Brit British BritIh ¬
lilt nrmy olflwrs OfctI a se the Knutsford The TheKarl Tutu1aiI
Karl ot Flugsi lPlu l a major In the lirlttsh lirlttshnrmy lJrltlaharmy hirillabermy
army and cud Capt Ca t Jlnrnld Hvaslons of the theIlrltlsh thelIrlUh theIltitisti
Ilrltlsh veterinary Ierlnllr corps arrived yes yesterday 1011lerday yesIerday ¬
terday morning from Denver nnd II ul1 thin thinriornlng tlilN1ullIln thisrhoituing
riornlng 1ullIln Cal V 0 du Drugh nnd Capt Capti Capr
< i 11 1 Drage I rae of this Bngllsh lIlIlh army Im tip tipponied tspponted p ppoinell
ponied at th tlltJ Kinitsfurd from Knnsus KnnsusCity IRnIlllIlCIl
City Cit rhe oolonal la the chairman of ofthe utthe ofthe
the commission of ofotItcrrs oillccrs sent utetitovet lit over to tobuy tohuy tolutiy
buy horses her tOt the HMttHli urtny rmy and andtlie itnilhis
his oaQUlii is 5 lib uldi their head headijnsitors headuaiter 1 1juntor
ijnsitors uaiter being Knumis J IIIIIIIII City h Cot ot de d
lirtigh and rapt < o pt DIaNe uiu on a tilp tilpr
r > T Inspection uf horse Chipping catorc catorcantI > ntors ntorsnnd nternd
antI nd have just been Inspecting llecUn Irand Jlan1ullcUon IrandtjticIien
tuncllon They he go from tr lnJ < time to ogden olll n
tc look loo uvor HrranKvmmits there ior ioriflcolving ioriceolying ur urIfolvll1rrand
iflcolving Ifolvll1rrand and shlpplUK horses tories lo Lath Lathrep rathIcf aLittop
rep Mo II 0 wlieie therA tb r Is a general Mia
lug In up and treNtmont of the animals
hefoiu xblpmunt to New Oileans wltllre wltllretho vli re rethoy
thoy lie airs > sent across aclo the ocean After AtLethe
the Ojrdon Inspection tliti tlu olllclnls re return 10turn toiurn ¬
turn out enstThey outThud
They Thc ant a very clgsc mouthed saul nndnonoummlttnl 111111MIIwml11lttlll saulnotuuomlilutul
nonoummlttnl corp when they th y scent scentI scoutihe
I ihe he presence of ii nowspapor men ns nstliulr 111thftll cetunic
tunic lintruetlons from rota the IlrlllFUi Warhhle war warnltlpi AI AInlliN
nltlpi hhle are vciy rlulil on that point
When lieii Capi laI Drase was approached by
Madrid March llTlie premier lien fiennr flenor lienor
or Bagastn today notlllod the queenregent que queen QuenNrlnt < n nregent
regent that the lit cabinet had resigned resignedwhen ueuIndrisen l td tdwhen
when Informed that the niajgnatlon rllqllatlolllftho ft fttho ofIto
tho Ito flnnnoe minister Senor UrBiilz Ur nlz was WIllIrrlolIbl wasirrevocable wasIrrevocable
Irrevocable Her majesty t nsketl lnor lnorSrtpasta t ° nor norIiIg8lltll noragasta
Srtpasta to form a new cabinet at to In Include Inelude induds ¬
elude all icotlona 10 tlOlli of the Liberal partybut party partybut J1artbut
but ho declined to do so soThe soTue 0 0The
The queen regent will now consult consultwith calJ eopUitihtlt Ult UltlIh
with lIh the presidents of f the chambers cttnmboraIn
In tho hope of uf r finding a method to toe so
< 4 0 IJII j jSpecial Jj1 Jj1S
Special S eclal to the New NewWaHfilnslon IWl IWlWasuington w wWI18111nllton
WaHfilnslon D C Ci Mnrjoli Muir li II 13The 13Thetietiate The Theden ho holIel1lto
den lIel1lto a to committee on military affairs affairsIIM oftnirsliss
IIM reported favorably Senator Selin tor Raw Rawllns HawIIns flawlute
lute bill granting additional lands to toUtah toUtah toUtuuls
Utah university lurtlvrsutyPOSTZtlASTIRhl universityPOSTMASTBRB ulllv r8H r8HPOSnIASrUIUJ
Postmnftors lostmn ter8 appointed nppolntedIdl1ho Idaho Avon AvonI AvonIntah AvonIntolc
Intah I tnh county count H R IL Itulnoy vice Ico Jano JanoParks Janolarlts JaneIarlte
Parks resigned
Five 111 deeds were filed 111 1 for record todayIn today
In the tlueeounty county recorders office by h which whichProst whichIlCI wislcltFrost
Prost IlCI t Joseph F I Wmlth and 23 other otherIrusteM otherIrustetoll oiliertrustees
trustees of the Young University transfti trans transfer tnnRter ¬
fer to the lie Latterday Salute University Universityall
all of black IS pint lll1t D commonly known knownas
as the Eighteenth ward IIU square The
Tomorrow mornlriR at 9 oclock the theTabernacle theTnhainncle theTabernacle
Tabernacle choir and situ over MO 00 of their theirfriends theirtrlNllb theirfrimuids
friends will 111 leave the Ih Oregon Short ShortLine ShortIlne
Line depot for the const The train trainthat trall1that traitslust
that Is required to carry tho merry t1X t1Xcurilollietl cxcursiotilets x xcurslonlsts
curslonlsts Is l so large that It hag htte be become become becousse ¬
come necessary to divide It Into two twosections tWICtlon twoseetloiss
sections 10 that Is the hl order In which whichIt
It will leave tomorrow Everything isIn is isIn IsIn
In teiullmca for the start and It la I ex expected oxpeeted x xrectl
pected that the station tomorrow triorn triorning fRornnR trfornhag
hag rectl nR will present Jr4 fnt as animated a scene as ashas WIhnl nmhoc
has been witnessed them for many martyyears manyyears manyeare
years eare It Is generally conceded Hint the thechoir thechoir thechoir
choir holds the key to UtahH singing singingreputation IIlnglllreutatloll sittaititreputatioti
reputation abroad so that the Interns Inter InterIII intereeSri t tIn
In Its It I trip at this time on all 111111111 sides andthe and andthe andthe
the singers will go A with the tll assurance assurmrethat UlUrll11ctthnt assurancethat
that they will be followed wherever whereverthey wbeverthey whrevsrthey
they go with the hope and confidence confidenceof o f1den04l f1den04lof
of the people of Utah UtahThe UtAhfhe DUdThur
The bookings ore nr now complete car carNo enrNo carNo
No 11 being beln the last to be arranged arrangedThose arrangedThose ll llThOH
Those who will 11I travel In that coach are arethe nrethl arehue
the hue following named naniedE4EVENTII namedKLEVENTH namedm
Edward Cott W Showell Mr r and andMrs andOlra andMrs
Mrs Ilrandt II Mr Ir and Mrs Thackery ThackeryJennie ThackfrJplmle TliackeryJerini
Jennie Thackery Annie nnle Thackery Dr DrCartwrljtht Drarunlht Drartwright
Cartwrljtht Mr Ir and Mrs 1 Oustner Mrs MrsJoseph MrsJoiephu Irs IrsJoltph
Joseph P J Smith TCstell Parry Mary VaryTlbb MaryTlbbfl MaryTlhb
Tlbb J B Roberta J M I Culley Cull Mr MrBversoll Mr1vermoil Ir IrEvfrlOlI
Bversoll R T MeCwan Mls lint Unrrlniton Un lintrlngton 1 1rlnlton
rlniton Jim 111I John W Taylor Robert RobertTaylor RolJtrtIylor floberTaylor
Taylor J W Cahoon Jr Air and Mrs II
0 C Hanson Roy Ho Cardon Charlie CharlieJohnson CharlieJohnlon CharlieJohnson
Johnson nishop K l L r Shfau Sh tll Thomas ThomasTitos Tholl1UThoa TltonmsTlses
Titos Hal Payne Mr r and Mrs M Alvin AlvinUNSIlY Alvinlhessley Alvlnliecsley
liecsley Miss 111 Thulo and others being beingbooked bthubooked behuigbooked
booked bookedmiS miS m hAMHOUHNlTlLL hAMHOUHNlTlLLOperated IJAMBOUIlNB If IfOJerntNl ir14 ir14Operaterl
Operated Upon MornliufSerloni ThlMoritItu5orIonCothtlhtjoiu This MornliufSerloniCondition roI1II1 Sorlollt SorlolltCOIldlllol1
Condition ConditionMrs
Mrs George Lambourne of this city citywas cityWill citywas
was taken to the Holy Crots hospital hospitalthis
this morning In a meet alarming alarm In con condition 011IJltlolI condillon ¬
dillon Her suffering was moot In Intense Intenlle Intense ¬
tense and an operation was performed performedon
on her at once as a heroic measure measureWhat mi8utWhat measureWhat
What the outcome OUt Ol1111 < will be no one on can cantel vantel an antel
tel hut Dr Nlles lIc who perfomcd the theoperation thlloplratlon lieoperation
operation has grove doubts a that the theunfortunate theuntortunatf theuitsfortunte
unfortunate woman OIUtl will ever recover recoveralthough rtCIOvralthough recoveralthough
although she Is not In great Immediate Immediatedanger ImmedlfttedAnger itnmedlstedanger
danger dangerMrs dAngerMr dangerMrs
Mrs Lambourne was raised In this thiscity thllcity thiscity
city where she h has hosts of friends frltndswho trltntJawho friendswho
who will be greatly distressed on onlearning on1unlnr onlearning
learning of her precarious condition
1 > =
u Nave 1 rupoitor this morning the thefTAIIant therAllant thetIhant
fTAIIant captain of the th kings army wall waislewed ttuc ttucsizd
slewed with a a sudden pallor save a acasp r rgasp I
gasp a as lit uliKpeil lrtspu hn hand to I 11 lie IM hrart hrartto i
to 0 eaSe e s It > its tlirobh throlJhilll u 11111 ml h a nvny Va he sin sinlip < v vUP l
UP the murbl Htuhcu e uuuy uItt t from 011 th thpresence thll iuui
presence of tho uuadful I nu nlfui Inttwlewer Inttwlewera t
a as ho manikgid to Juiuliiir JuiuliiirHlhl Jululiltnlhl jutuictlii II
lii Hlhl lii a ttvent you t time domitrliprknow cliu ntcltcrknoty J i iH8m
Uam very vary 01 ery l bus > us > I OUAIII CII ccttul tlt MOP at atall t I Iall I
all Putty hcxrtiw me m riw rl Lht gallant KUllatuaptaln gallantcaptaIn UllnlltCIIIIHIIi
aptaln la I real linn iiftuituuiuu Nome lJulI j Jlt > st t tbe man manihe tunistime I Ihe
time HliU to fait In lov < > with kind nd hla hlaminima hl3n11ut1vhl h1intutIsmutte
n11ut1vhl minima u > Is I what hnt It I Unnwn UN thu thuPrince thllPllnce i iIilnv
Prince Imperial I with II iia rII11 > m of Kulner KulnerVilhnlm l 1CnIscrVuIho1tn < nlMlrWllhohn
Vilhnlm The Th Ujitli dtt ii of liU hroguo In InrilcateK Inollal Indlis
rilcateK ollal tee that lie lieiontH lI iIlfl itul cc to t I the Prince Princenf Irl ties tiesof
nf WuliH uuis rot dtul c HI c lion h 11 ho h l IN In lull lulldrags IC ullI1r II IIdress
drags I1r ivlturi ltllt I Adouln iiuiHi > lf Is nut lit littiit lI lItI iii iiithe
the tI same swim swimWhen IwlmWlIII swlniiisti
When iisti other r t the party were asked askedThat achedvltat
That hit they t ho hmmht nf r th It > i lfIcnt c < > nt Mlmko Mlmkoup
up In Hduh II Ih Africa thc Ihrr Inokiil 1krlIranl 1krlIranlII dream dreamily drafliIly ¬
ily II towards Main strict unit wanted to toknow tlllnow toitnow
know iat I at tort or nf il 1 idinw Buffalo
Illll e tr rcitd r c Cll to hui the I Iii h coinlriK Ioml UK sua suanun iuasuit 111 111Nln
nun fin r 1111 c en ached as to what tha thaMoers t hlsOfleets IHIIt1tlrl
fleets pronnpr PIOlllIIIIll PtOItiflcul < d olns with Gen MHh MHhuen 1I1lhI
I I can the vlsUvnfllrlals v vIii I otlltlalM remarlKd their theirregret theirrelfret theIrregret
regret tlwtl that 1 I 1 Henry had not notwest uIlW uIlWVillI flR ii
west SB 15 illey lP had counted r lUntfC on onhim seelnll
him himThe The reporters rn the irornlnf papers papersWill pl1perwill paperswill
Will have usve a sre IIhthlunl > > iuiis time trying tryingto
to Interview t see ao Ktfki aI1 ofllccra
uurp our a representative liberal ministry JIIlnlstrfhe
This Spanish cabinet which roslgnel roslgneltoday rosllfnolto I Itoda
today to toda was I uonatrutal COlltitl uect March C 1901 as asfollows a aoliows
follows followsPresident tollolVrrhlIl1t oliowsPissutlent
President of the council Senor Sa SapriHtui Sagrtsta I IgRllla
priHtui minister of furilgn flll111I1111Itulr nffulrx DuKo DuKonf I IIIf
nf Alnmodnvar nlnlH nlnIMIr er of Juntlcp JuntlcpMnrqulM JUHtkHlntQull4 justielnrquIs
MnrqulM TiVorgn inter I tlf lit ittSt > f nnanT JnGhIfoIlllor
8 foIlllor St < nor Tnwlz mlntsci 1tllIt II < f the th Intiilur Intidurellhr Intt br brsnnr
6 nor Moret nllniMhr mlni tiT of war aeuoral aeuoralWtiykr OfillPInlWIIel leuirniWvylei
Wtiykr minister mlnl tr uf turln the th hi Duke DukeOf t
Of VCTURUB tUfllUt mlii mlliistror < irr of agriculture agricultureand
and commerce C < altO of public worlw worlwIlenor scamksgetine
Ilenor Vlllnnueva II1I1UIII1 minister uf educa education rjuealots lucatlon < ¬
lots Count Komanoet
r jj 1i 1iWl1lnlna >
Wynmlns WfstnlngC1qurtnent cioawnrnt Sheridan Co CoJalta CoJoke o I
Joke IlIng lnii vieD Mdlih 11 Jfi UHlCOn on rrelgned rrelgnedCreston rlslgttedCreslon reahgtsedCrestori
Creston Bvvectwntor Wf twntor IOiity J C Pow Potvolson JOWel80n Powolson
olson vice W V It Lucffd resigned resignedPENSICNS rellgncl1lE rciulgncd1ENSICNS
PenslonB Utah Increase InercaleMexlcan IncreaseMexIcanvar Mexican Mexicanwar I Iwar
war Orrico Clapp Murdork MUr ol Uoavcr SI2 SI2Idaho 12Idaho 12 12Idriltu
Idaho IncrtDNllJohn Increase John M Hanson flctnsonUsomnim HansonlUenmn UnllaonDeeml1l1
lUenmn 12 li Mexican war James JamesLeminon Jameslemlllott JamesJemmon
Leminon Weston Wc ton 12 12
consideration mentlonod In each deed deedIs
Is 1 t sad nd condition is imposed that the thegrantee thQgrolltat thegrantee
grantee glall erect a Drlglmm Young Youngrniinorlal Youngrlunorlll Youngracuinorjal
rniinorlal liall on the northwest iuartar Bar IIUl1rtel Barter ¬
tel of knock SS plet t A the same to cost costnot costIlot costtint
not less than 39000 Rovonue nu ue stamps stampson tnnlpsun
on lie documents Indicate a conslUrn conslUrntlon consieraIon
tlon of about J17600
There was a highwayman In Salt SaltLake SaltLilke SaltLako
Lake early this morning am and perhaps perhapsho
ho is gtlll here who pim pussuesee < e sw more than thanthe thanthe thanthe
the ordinary amount of nerve that such auchirmii lIuchmUll suchtrail
mUll usually have and he has a de deliberate d dliberate deliberate ¬
liberate way all his hI own of holding holdingpeople holdIngIOOpllll holdingludciple
people up and making < thorn bland and anddeliver anddeller antideliver
deliver deliverAbout dellerAbout deliverAbout
About 130 this morning he walked walkrdboldly walkldbOldl walkedboldly
boldly bOldl Into the Hermitage saloon on onwent onweet onvest
went South Temple street a black blackhandkerchief hlackhandkerchlot blackhandkerchIef
handkerchief tied over his face his hiscoat hlaCOft hi hicost
coat collar turned tum up and with a big bigrevolver blsrrevolver bigrevolver
revolver In his hand quietly told tho thobartender thobRrlclIl1er thobartender
bartender Reraard Deltrlcb end A man manwho mnnwho manwho
who wu drinking at the bar to throw throwUp throwup
Up their hands and behave behaveAnd beblveAnll believeAnd
And they did didThe lltlTho diiThe
The robber then proceed l with Ith no noapparent Mnpporel1t 4 4apparent
apparent haste to th the cash till whu whkh whkhhe whbihe h hhe
he completely cleanMi out The bar bartender bllrtender bartetider ¬
tender and the Sb by ltylotllller zander with hands handsup l1anllllup handsUi
up walked to the rear ot the room and andtook nndtook andtook
took a seat 1 In other words they the went wentback wentlnok wentback
back end sat down After securing the ttvtcontents tMcontentl thecontents
contents of the cash ca h till lie Ion high highwayman hIghaymon highwaymnan ¬
wayman ordered the men to dig up upnil upnil upall
nil they had In the way RY of cash nnl nnlvaluables ttnlvrduullltB onivaluables
valuables From them he got nt a little llttlocash IIttiocallh littlecash
cash nnd a couple COU of gnld watches and andchains nndIalnl andchains
chains During this Interesting Inter lIlnJ pro propram progran progrant
pram the th bow man dropped < l n watch wntrticharm watchoIustm 1I1hcharm
charm He U boldly itoopwl to the th floor floorl floorpicked Mr Mr11ckCIII
l picked lcked > up the trinket and Inl placed It In Inhis Inhi inhis
his hi pocket Uiiildes the watches atclte hu huRot 110got Suegot
got about t 5C In cash After looking lookingaround looklllgnround lookingaround
around In the he hopes of running across acrossmore 8rlSSmore acrtisesnore
more plunder he walked leisurely to tothe tothe tothe
the front door and departed In the 1w di direction dlrectlon direction ¬
rection of the Oregon Short Linn depot depotNeither 111101Nllthr depotNeither
Neither Deltrich nor the th patron of the theplaeo theplaCQl11alle thepiece
piece plaCQl11alle made any attempt t tlO < > Interfere Interferawith Interrerwith Interferewith
with he robber nor did they th try to tofollow totollo tofollow
follow tollo him He didnt look rood to tothm toth tothm
thm th m and besides he had an n ugly look lookIng lookIlIte looklag
lag weapon ant it had every npp appear npIParunce appearmince < a aunce
unce of being Inr In condition to do bud business budlIeu ¬
ness nessThr lIeuTIme
TIme police were nt once notified and andofllcers aiudolilcera
ofllcers hastened to tlie lie moOns but could coulJfind couldSloth
find no trap of the robber He U I n nscribed > Icsoribod
scribed as being < mall and very dark darkAdjiifitlnc dark4tuiJutctlng
Adjiifitlnc Mission Land Dispute DisputeTien IlispusteTIen
Tien Tilts March 11Aotlng on In Instnictlwis PuStnttIlOtus
stnictlwis from Pekln the United UnltudStates UnitedStates
States French anti HHilnh consuls urn urnamlcAbly urnanticably
amlcAbly adjusting tho dliputo dliputoIng regard regardlag
lag mission land

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