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I tll T UII Cltcul ubur SATURDAY to moro ur 10 publlihed tllllt xUntlY6ltlhlln Ufli 1llke I pflftro NEWS OIt h Abll l1dll r D1 or d T H E D E S E BET R E P E I V E N4 I NO N 0 N EJ E IV V S f8 IT That 111 UItr 18 lit Ilia HOMES HOMESThat HOI1 10 tha Bdrcitl t will flfM LIlli S j or VfUco o wants NW l I toffct iil tinnawr tinnawrtint Iho wo w Into ulll ulllwill lJer
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IHUTI IUJlt M itj 141llIiITY 141llIiITYp AlumJY 4 I
75e Peace ce or Wai WaiIn TVau JVarlii
In 11 South Africa AfricaVice
Vice Vie Resident prsidCI of Royal geographical Society SOCI I Tfynks Tz1lhs if Rest Restn Rels RelsII ResIsIi
II Ii n Styns HandsWould lalds hands Would V lid Gtanlclmnesty GtallclmICslf Witli WllZ WiI Dis Disftanclrisanent Disfrlchsemcnt DisI
ftanclrisanent I tajichiscinclil lot LifeBoet Lile Boc Delegatein lefgalc il ii Amstcrdan AmstcrdanSays AmslerdamStIrS AzziskrdaizSs
Says Are Now Fighting Figlilg foi fo a Happy End Bld BldI
ondon March Uach 2B8lr 2Gllr dco Goldlo Goldloand OoJdll OoJdllkeprlMldrnt aotdlepr
keprlMldrnt Lndon pr Pflt ot O the n IUYU ynl OoaraphQ OoaraphQalll 1oraphOal
Nltwia NI who whoI whoJust woJust
and founder of alo
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I alll Just returned relurld from a L thorough In Inu II IIv InqgatIon
ration ot f P joulh SOUth ° ul1 Afrlcn Arica > wlwrc h hva ho hoB hoia
u va v onferrlnir onfrrrlnl with wlh Loid Iold Mllior MUlor Lord LordI 1111 1111Jilhnrr 1td1t
I 1t B hnfr i lorl LOII < ll llhodes hodei Hlr Ir Walteu WalteuH Wnlloqnly VaIteiI
H Jilhnrr nly I < v HuKhlnson htn on the governor of tho theare thole thot
t are lull of flood Hopo nnd Inl numbers Ilumblrs of ofether atother otothPr
ether le Influential men mel brings hrlnll rIng horn hornrthef homerethef IionTath
rthef rethef Tath p Ilf siml sllnlgUc Ue ° idea l cluof ot the Bcllerftl Bcllerftluuatlon genernisuuatlofl elelnl elelnlIunllon
uuatlon Iunllon from a I British IrJleh point of Iow vluwn IowTh IowTh
Cape C Colony ho ro rocards regarde
n rendition l ondllon in II II8 10 10lards
Th n1 ho hornrWers hocon l0 l0moat
especially insorou < 0111
cards lS R eporlalY 11lnoloU
lards Iho > moat B0rlou1 WrJtl8h iirltIehian
con nf nfRli jer Ihnt TrllBh TrllBh1m
rnrWers there In Inhe Inthe Inth
will he encountered
ian Rli miles ullr9 wlbo cncoultercll
the th 1m he futur ua 11 at present In I on 11 In InI Intervtew IntervIeW
I twvlew with Illh a representative rer1ento Ivo of the theAiioilaM theABO
AiioilaM ABO 8 0Iotp1 1fltI Press Sir Qco icc Olldle mile whIle whllor whlo whlofognlzlng
r ornizlng the posslblo lOSS bIn Importance of orklnM otA
ME fognlzlng re A Ifl President SchMhburgers Schtlblrgors cJiaIkhtIrgerconVinced attp attpMIJ 8lepuld
MIJ klnM uld I b he was convinced that the qua quatlo CjUo CjUotlon quostIon
tlo tlon of pence or O war rested reft ell In the th Inyida hiou1s hiou1sQf
7 01 PIrqhl Iurltleflt idnt nt Htcyn fJeyn and thnt Mr Kru Jruger Kruger
Land and the other fioers In Il Europe no nolong noIongr
ger Th Thealuinirulty ThraI h hr
I lonV long Iongr r represent floor Joar opinion
r raI ealuinirulty al dlOhlly dIttItY In tho path IJlth o ot pence Ileael he heUnwed hI hIbleved hobeUevd
Unwed Is the th fluostlon Queston ot granting grantingty grnlnl grnlnlmlty
bleved mlty fl1fl It ty to thin rape faJ RIO and l1 OTl Natal rebels rebelsr rhlll rhlllanI
nl Sir r George says InS the vague auo prom promi prmnIIlot
anI 101 i of the Hrltlsh government have havoot Imvont
IIlot ot the niRhtcBt ylpht weIght while tho tight flBhtM Irht IrhtIng tighting
Ing M burghers burghfls are In their Jlreslmt present Mala Mlnloot
I if of nilnd Blr George Oeofe Ooldle Gol II advocates advocatonIpMW adocltlK adocltlKJnln advocatesrantlnI
minI flr
IpMW rantlnI omneitv to the rebels robelI but bu lie lieijniliti hoInilitl hejniist
ijniliti jniist Jnln that Iblt every eer ono Di must mUlt bo dlsfraii tilefranChlt1 sran sranfhlr
S fhlr Chlt1 d for life This his hl ho declares declaresfvoud deelnrosoul
fvoud oul ouTd go for towarl illoylntf alnlnl tho bit bIttMI bitterneH
I wwii of O the loyalist loynlsts Sir George Oeorgedeprecate Georgedeprecates
I deprecates tMI deprecate any attempt ntempt to pcrml p tml thl thluse thu thuwe he hewe
we o ot a dual dlal language He says a8 Enc
llsh alone alon must mUlt be the otllclal otllclaland oOelal tnnguao tnnguaon11111d languanoaqd
and Ilh n11111d ntldH thnt thlttho thatthu tha fact that practically practicallytho Ilnrtcay Ilnrtcaytho
tho whole whllo of th tht the rising Ilslnl RCIIUI lonOaUoM genoiatIonH aliens o othe at atthe Ofthe
the two republic lcpUblcl are now nOlln In the cjn cjncentrutlon cncentrlun 3n 3ncentrutlon
centrutlon camps and nl4 are rapid rapidlearning rapidly rapidlylelllnl rapidlylearnIng
learning centrlun lelllnl Kngllah J nlltlh CnnlIi will wi bo of great aid nlHn nlHnthll aidIa aidIatill I Ithl
till thll direction directionHP llreclon llreclonHr
HP estimates that 109000 lQOOO armed nrmlli mn mnwill lrn lrnwil mnvhIl
will he eMllattH needed Nle1In In Bouth outhAfrla Africa for flulome flulomey some someyeo1i om omy
wil y yeo1i u I1 after lCer the conclusion 111lu lon of p IIPnre ice Bl Blacorue fUr fUrGeorgo iIrUeorge
acorue Ooldlo Oullo fiild t11 t tu meet Itot any Hoc Hocvvlin Bood Boodwho hitiws hitiwsvhl
that thy th had been beenflimlly beenfinally
who vhl yot ot recognised fcognlledtblt y hRt bOln bOlnlunl
finally lunl beaten belton though thollh n om mf > of th them m ad admlttid ntlmlttd adinittid
mlttid mlttd that they the had hnll11en been temporarily temporarilyovorwelghed temporarilyovorweIghet emlorarly emlorarlyoverwelchelt
ovorwelghed by b numbers numbersDELEGATION Ilnblr IlnblrtC1 mitubengNlAk1c9uup1It
tC1 mUUI
WOhfilk VaIvIiht i k ijraawf im t Him IiVr Colony ColonyMonday ColonMondIY TolonyMonthy
Monday ilavoh 8 2Tho Tho tjnln haying hayingon havlug havlugon
on board Aotln oting President Pr ldelt SclmlUbur SclmlUburer fehllkbur fehllkburIer
get er nntl his otl uariv pa 1taseeU cU this place pilce on onIts onIs onIts
111 cl
Its Is Ier way WiY to Kramtml IJrV JnK yesterday yostOldny Th ThTrannvaal The TheTranvnI 1he 1heTrnn
olllplals wer weritccomtmnlod werpncernnitanfrd
Trannvaal Trnn government nmlllls wlrl wlrlIcCOlllnllrd
vDnl 10Vltment
itccomtmnlod IcCOlllnllrd by I tnpt Clpt llarUef MarllI Ion IonKltchunorB lrl lrlICchcner1 lMrtlKItcheqors
KltchunorB aide de III ramp and ni II llv llvother Ivo Ivouherl lIve lIveothiermenibrs
other uherl othiermenibrs ICchcner1 mcmbwrs embtl ot the Melt tlf of the Brit IlrltIsh BritIsh I3rttlsl
Ish commandirlnrhlef In II South Af Afrlfa Mrlen Arriott
rlfa The TholnpruBalolllra ImproHsUm here Is II that llnt tn tnTrnnRVifulBrs the therrnnlVInle therransvutilera
TrnnRVifulBrs rrnnlVInle favor ft Igenorll general surrcn surrcnd surcn surcncer surrentier
d cer tier r of ti the te Hoor loer forces forcesWITH CorecRl forces111a1vj
Amsterdam AmRtertrln March l6Abratmm l6AbratmmFischer 25111rnhll 25AbrntlDtflFischer
Fischer Fltcher tho Boer delegate leleKnlp In nn ni Inter Interview Ilter IlterllW ititerIesv
view llW today gives ti I vailety v ltty of reason reasonwhy lenROIS lenROISwhy reneoliawhy
Ilvol should bo It Ita In Inn Ina
why the nocis nOC1 In 11 the tl field lelllhoull tl
a moM to rontlmift ronlllo the tht war nither than thannccepl thn thnICCllt thannectpt
nccepl terniK terl less advantuifsou nllvnltlMUH than tliaitliiino thnl thanthtso
tliiino ICCllt prevomly offered oerel the ItttM ItttMreport hlttt hlttt1lllorl bttestreport
report 1lllorl from President lrellcnt Btoyn ttoyn reeelvet reeelvetunder rlcellulHter receivedunder
under date of Fob 15 nys hast y flnr flnrWe year yearwe ar arwo
We fought tOUht successfully succrs tlY now OW we are areflBhtlns oreflghlng tirefighting
fighting with confidence eonfdeneo not to the bit bittcr bittel bittee
tee tel flghlng end wih but for a happy end endThe endThe nd ndThe
The hoer forces have plenty of ev everything evcrythlnl cverytliiag ¬
erything crythlnl except clothing
jjtay Jtay of Execution Executon Granted the Condemned Man Was to toHave toWOODWARDS I
Have been en Hanged on Friday fridr but Under Present PresentCircumstances Prent PrentCirc PrcentCircumstances
Circumstances Circ mstancs He is Safe Until Unt July 11 i i
SptcMl Sprc4It tylM t News Newstorneyi NewsCht1ne NewaChe3enne
Cht1ne Che3enne Wyo itll h 1llnt 1llntorre nt ntorrers
torneyi orre tot to Charles ln bate r Woodtvard miir miirUcrwof murdmrot mur murerei
Ucrwof erei ot Sheriff Sherlr flicker m r of Natona utc nt coun countinder count cottaty
t ty tinder sentence senlclce 10 to be bE hanged at atIctfftt otCapper atCapr
Ictfftt Capper on March 88 8 today t < cnr filed lel In the theEttatt thoJtle theitate
Ettatt supremo court curt a I V petition Ictton In error errorpnd errorand errorand
pnd and the condemned con Qmnel man m nlns has been beenrrant beongaled beengrunted
rrant galed grunted d a stay sta of execution ei e cullon pending
the hearing of the proceedings procecllngs In error errorUnder errorUntel urrorUnder
Under Untel hearlnr the law the plaintiff Nntnlt Is II allowed nlowel GO COdayu GOda GOdae
dayu da In II which to prepare prelllro Its I case CnRt nnd nndtiro iintlthly l
tiro th Y defendant15 letendnnt45 days di so F that Wood Woodward WoO Woodwartl
ward no mnUer ITjlter rhat w hIt the do d9QI dQIiH lalpn lpl of ofthe uttba Ofthe
the Uf sUpremer FUllr01er court courtm may be bt cannot be belegally belelnU holegally
legally lelnU hanged hanget before July Jul llth 1h next nextSheriff nexttherl nextI3hieritf
Sheriff Tubbs ot Casper ban been noti notified not notitied ¬
tied therl of the action of the supreme court courtThere courtrhel courtThortt
There IN1 rhel Is some acton talk that thlt Woodward will wllbe wi willbe
be lynched but It Is believed belevd the law lawWill IIW IIWwl lawwill
Will wl bo allowed alowed to take Its course
Bt Petersburg Pet r burl Saturday March 22 22B 22uIln 22thiting
B Dm thiting uIln Ins the course ceure of the recent doml domljcilary 10m domiltary I ItUary
jcilary tUary visits Ials the police polce searched le rchet tho thoi thohouse thehouse
i house of an al American Mrs Gardner Gardnerand Onr ner nerand
I and arrested Irresled her son SOi Boris who vh Is I a nIttudcnt aItudent aitudent
Ittudcnt Itudent itudent Nothing Incriminating lncrhnlnalnr was wasdl wnldlcored wadiscovered
dl dlcored discovered < wered Mrs Mrl Gardner hopes her herton hr hrfon heron
ton on will 1 be released lcle ed on the th condition conditionhut conditon conditontht
hut he will wi go 0 to England to complete
his hs education cdu nton Among those who were wereImprisoned weroImprisoned woreimpri8011ed
Imprisoned on account of the student studentriots Iludent IludentrIots studentriots
riots arc olllcers lawyers noblemen noblemennoblewomen noblemennoblewomen noblemennoblewomen
noblewomen and the sons and daugh daughter dluuh dluuhterl daughters ¬
ter terl of officials oromclnlshe officialsThe olliclalsThe
The he Olnclal Messenger fellenfcr admits ndmls that thatfrom thnttram thatfrom
from Moscow alone 05 o students have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been banished blllshcd to Siberia and that GG7 GG7have GC7hovo G7 G7have
have hovo been Imprisoned Imprioned for terms rang ranging raniIlg ranglag ¬
lag Ilg from three to six 81 months
I tin In n Port Por Arthur it i is Believed Bleved that the Aim of the AngloJap AngloJapanese AngloJapanee ¬
anese anee Alliance Alan e is That and Nothing Less LeJaps LeJapsNow LcssJapsNow Japs JapsNow
Now Competing Comptng With Wih Russians
Bt 6t Petersburg JetersburgSnturdo Saturday March 22 225According 2 2ccordlng 2CConing
5According ccordlng to advlcesrecelved advlce9ecelved hero her from trom10rl fromlort
f fort 10rl Arthur It Ils Is believed beleved there that the therfeal thefallntent thereal
rfeal fallntent real Intent of the AngloJapanese treaty
11 b 1 to compel conpll Jlussla Uusll ussIa to evacuate Man Manchurla Manchura Manchuria
churla churlaThe chura churaThe churiathe I
The Japanese have luwC already nlratr estob estobI estnbIlhtd estabiithed
I Ilhtd iithed llld a JapaneseChinese JIIlneleChlne e bank to com comwith comee cornvets
vets ee with wih the RusslahClilnese Rlsl11Chlnese bank bankJapanese bnnknd
aa nd n Japanese Institution InsUulon has bccured bccuredto Jeeuretl JeeuretlfIJCU ecureiIO7lCetflS
fIJCU O7lCetflS llns to explore aXJlore for gold In Man ManThe Manchurla Manthuria
churla thuria The concensus conCCllUS of opinion here her
Waihlngton March Marel 2i 25A A large lLrge num numof numLe tittmter
Le ter of f business bU lnesl men Ilen representing reprosentng the thecommercial tholeadlnl theleadIng
leadlnl leadIng commercial rOlmlrelal organizations orfnnlzntons of ofuntry otthe ofthe
the r untry were before the house com comon comIIUte tomflttIee
IIUte flttIee on o t eotlmo oinmcrce e today toda when whtn hear hearu
Ings u were ere begun on the plan of croat crcata
big a new ew department of the govern governijreided
Ienl preSided over by b a cabinet olH
Cer r to be known ns esthe 8 the department al nt
y of commerce and nnl labor Those present
im Inl1udeo IniUded mdea Theodore TII odoro C Search of Phlla Ihll
depha phla I1a prwident of the National Natonal Asso
caion of Kxporters Jxporte J W V Kla l IB of
Chkag Chra wso of the National Nnlonll lluslness lluslnesshsuc
Iague hsuc Fdward I II Wood of Ihlladel
Ima llhla of f he National Nnlolla board Of trade trde
SAn tf n H Kline Klnl of t Philadelphia of
u 2 TP lradi ra < IPS union W T 1 Noyes Chi
rg n r the Natlonl llanal Civic league Oeo Oeoua Ge
0 AlaIMn ua r rCOfl on of the Plttburff Iltsburg chamber chamberr clmbor
ttOfl r rpr rp5 e w r Tucker of the Na Nojrj
tonalird b jrj rd of trade and Qeo H 1 Bar
Ii Pufrou tttoit EIVB Edwar 1 I 11 Sanborn Sanbor of
c lJ iihla hia hil ana ant K P Wilson WiBon of Cln Cm Cmof
n o
II of f the NMonol NIonnl Association of
Lnifa ln fa a turers turersK turersIlnl urersJflN5 Anocaton
K Ilnl JflN5 n a Citj iiJi iTinjtinctinn iTinjtinctinnRitetas Injunctlnn InjunctlnnMo Jlnctnl
Obti 1lb Ritetas a IYfo tty Mo to March Mlrch 25Judge
ghn Phillip Phiips In the United States tatca
1m today ° dav
toa iaupd a temporary
IttLsIug 1Uf re reorder
Illlr order agalnit eight Chicago ChlcaE
li that the theeffect effect of the the Franconusslan Franconusslandeclaration FrnncoRuslan FrnncoRuslandecataton FrancaRussiandeclaration
declaration decataton In reply to the announce announcement onnounce onnouncement announcemeat ¬
ment of the AngloJapanese e alliance alliancewill nllanee nllaneewi alliancewill
will wi bo to lessen he cherslstanct resistance which whlehhas whlohhas whichhas
has lately lel developed In China against againstthe Hnlntthe
the settlement setement of the Manchurlan ques question queston questlon ¬
tion ton on the lines lna required rclulred by b Russian HusslanInterests UusslnnIntorcsts Russianinterests
Interests and that China whose at attitude nttude attitude ¬
titude tude of resistance rcslst nce became blcnll more pro pronounced pronau proflounced ¬
flounced nau nced after nter the publication plblcn ton of the theAngloJapanese thoAnlloJnllnse theAngioJnlianese
AngloJapanese AnlloJnllnse alliance nlancu will wi now no be beless bole belees
less le 8 Inclined Inclned to act Ict prejudicially llreJudlclnly to Ius Iusglai IJus IJusslnl Iuscias
glai slnl Interests
Kansas I anRol City Cly ami nnt Kansas I tn8s CltySt ClySI Louis Louisrailroads Lula LularatroadM Louisrailroads
railroads ratroadM on the application npplcalon of Judge JudgoW Jlflgo JlflgoW
W v A Day counsel counel for the Interstate Interstatecommerce Inteutatocommerce Interstatecommerce
commerce commission who naked o kel that thatthe thntlhe thatthe
the roads bo enjoined from rrm deviating deviatingfrom dovlatng dovlatngtrom
from published Jublshed schedules It I wag wai mu mutually IU IUtualy inntunhly ¬
tually tualy agreed by b Judge Day Dn and coun counsel couneel ¬
eel 111 for tho railroads ralrolds that If the ur urnfngcment urrlcment arrthgenient
nfngcment rlcment could be made the Kansas KansasCity IanM8cr IanasCity
City cr and lnt Chicago cases ensts should Jholld be ar argued nruod arcued ¬
cued uod jointly JointY at Chicago on 01 June 23 23This 23This 3 3Tlls
This Tlls was agreed nrce to by Judge Jldge Phillips PhillipsThe Phiips PhiipsThc PhillipsThe
The restraining reltrnlnllg order orcer Issued 11lcl by b Judge JudgePhillips JUdgePhUlps JudgePhililpa
Phillips PhUlps Is I practically rnctcal the saat eau as asthat nsthlt asthtit
that thlt Issued In Chicago by JUdge Cross Crosscup Crooscr Crosscup
cup cr
cupThe The following tolowll named roads are af affected otrlcted offocted ¬
fected rlcted by b the tle order orter Chicago Alton AltonChicago Alon Alonhlcngo AllanChicago
Chicago Milwaukee Uwlukco St Paul Chlca Chlcago
go Great Western Atrhlson Atrhlsol Topeka TopekaSanta TopekaSanta Topekanflta
Santa Fe Chicago Chlclgo Burlington BurlingtonQulncy Durlnglol florlinglonQuincy
Quincy UFourl Pacific Chicago ChicagoItock ChicagoHock ChicagoItock
Itock Island I l rt 4 Pacific and the Wabash
Hallway ItlhlI ltshlwa Dclcntlro 10tool0 Missing MfsMngWellington MissingWellington ls lnl
Wellington WclnKton Kns Rns March 25 25A A detec detective detectivo ¬ i
tive tvo named Ferguson who has been beenworking ben benworking beenworking
working working on the murder case of Mont Montgomery Montomer Montgomer ¬
gomery omer the Santa Fe railway detec detective delectve detecfive ¬
five tve ban been missing mlutlg for several everll days daysand dnynnliis daysanti
and nnliis la believed b leed to tl havebeen havebepn have been dealt with withat wih wihat
at the hands Illnds iand of the gang that killed killedMontgomery klr klllctiMontgnniery
Montgomery 1lont ollerY Montgomery lIontgnlorYwas was killed killedat kied kiedht
at lila hl home last Jat fall rol In Wlnfleld while whilerriffrutlns whUefFtlulns whilertstrutIng
rriffrutlns fFtlulns a case COo for that tl railroad railroadFercunon rairod rairodIeru railroadFerguson
Ferguson Ieru on recently recenl was WI Instrumental Instumenta In Intir Intr Inthe i
the itrnsl of two men chanml cbrll widi widiiionirys wlh1IJOmllj iniliMIitconlrryf
tr 1IJOmllj MIitconlrryf iionirys death lli 11 I Id I tt Ar ArCity dirIaipjai r rbnu
bnu Iaipjai City clr Clt for or Enid nail lad HI Jlcno nenC
Clii C II 10 diyc lh ago 011 and nl1 brio ItH tior 1M IT lice e eheiril I Ihelr iheard
heard helr from alnco Korsuson J trluson heroic heroicforo horot heretofore
toro never IVtr let a I day dl pass nI9 without wihout writ writIng wrl ivritinK
Ing to hit homo hOlu and Ind hU head IWI1 olllre olllreHurled 0110 0110IJIII olilcohita
Hurled IJIII hita iI e1 Under 17llor tltul er Bund 611 Sit vol Hiinl HiinlCleveland Inlc InlcClevalnlul un i k kCleveland
Cleveland March ntrh 25Klght 2 Echt men menwere InenIelO tflCflweio
were burled burlIe beneath louenth a huge pile plo of vand vandat Inltl Inltllt
at lt tho works of tho Peoples Olllo das Light Lightoompan Illhl IllhlOII Lightoumpan
oompan I yon Main tall alui street MUEltthtl this ntisrnunn ntisrnunnFour llllnI atwnunIruin
OII Four Fot of the tie workmen were subsequent subsequently IUbolluunl IUbolluunlIy ¬
ly taken out It I Is thought thoy urn arofatally nrl urnfatally
fatally tltul Injured InJurl1 At least four more are aremill 10Itl ro roittili
mill Itl under undCr the stand Tho ho men 101 were wereexcavating werooXClvnlnE wereoxcaVntinf
excavating for a new 111 gnu tank nle and andwere unllero antiwere
oXClvnlnE were ero at work 20 0 feel below 11 the ground groundlevel ground10lel groundlevel
level 10lel when Hie cnvuln eClln I IHE occurred occurredHE occurret occurredI occurredHE
Bt Joseph Mo Mooh March 25Chrlstlan 25ChrlstlanC isChrlstan isChrlstanC
C Noloon Nololn railroad rallllll contractor and andhorseman nlll nlllhorofun andlioreormin
horseman horofun alleged oleled to have ha 13 wives Is IsIn I IsIn
In jail jai here on 0 the olmrno ohlulo t of bigamy
luivlnjf laviti just jlli been brought brolht from San SanAntonio 8nnAnlonlo SanAntonio
Antonio Texan oxa where he was IS nrrasted nrrasteda nrriltell nrriltellQ
a few days InYI ago nlo Noltpn will wi bo tiled tiledlii 1111 1111jn
111 Bt t Joseph because the woman womln most mostactlvo mostactive OII OIIaclvo
active aclvo In his hi prosecution Ilroleeulul wIts Wil marilod marilodto IIrllol IIrlloltn
to ti him him In this 1111 city I IY last September SeptemberThis
This fhl bride Irldo was W Mary Mutr A Parker Inrkr of ofPlattsburtr otJ1t8IUlg ofPlattsburg
Plattsburtr J1t8IUlg Mo Nelson Admits rllll hay having hnvIng hayingiitieo ¬
ing ingiitieo three wives wlvel but ut says Ito other ton tonnrc tenIro tonare
are Iro myths mytls lie II Is sold to bo wanted wlnle for or
bigamy In Chicago San Francisco J rnllsI u Dos DosMolnos DlR DlRMo1nll DosMoines
Moines Mo1nll Now Npl York Ht Paul Plll Sumter 8UtMa
8 C and IHt Conway Ark Hn prelimin preliminary prpllln prplllnIr ¬
ary Ir trial will wi b be wild Ilh1 held hero befoio Iotoo hit thwfilitlce thl1Ulttt hitItlutie
filitlce 1Ulttt of the thl pence plnol who solemnized 801llnlzC1 bin binmarriage hil hismarriage
marriage l1arrln with wih Mrs Mary A Parker Jnrker In InSeptember InCpIClbol InSeptember
September SeptemberONK CpIClbol CpIClbolONJ
Hex D1 Molnes 10110 March 20 25Mr8 Mrs Dorthey DortheyHarvey Iorthey IortheyHllI DortheylIaivey
Harvey HllI residing Iosldlll In 1 Lake Park 11111 tutu thuicity thll tutucity
city ly claims clulnl to be one UIO of the alleged I ICOl
13 wives wlvol of Christian Nelson now nowund nowI no noulndmr
und I ulndmr n < 1 r I nrrcst at ft Bt St Joiopli Juselh on a I clumo clumoof ehllW
of t bigamy 11111 Nelson accordlmv nccrdlnD to her herstory horstory herstory
story woood and won on her Jut n y yeat yeatago 111 ai aiAgo
Ago 10 She was nl a n widow ldol 15 yearn yenr old oldNelson aie oldeleoiu
Nelson Nelfn eleoiu she Mll says repiutDiited Ielwcntee tu tf liar hnrthat hi liarthiiU
that he wan wnl n wealthy wOlhy horseman and anddesired nl11 nl11Ieshod anddesiiod
desired to take her to his hiIbl Mr llt stock stockfarm Itook Itooktarln Stockarm
farm In II the tht east Ilsl To 0 accommodate attIIIOllato him himshe himho himhto
she ho sold RII her home hOll north UOW for half halfthis hllr hllrlhtH htilftitle
this sum sUn anti entrusted nnttu ted the money IUlcy to tohim tohlll tohtitui
him hlll He Ie departed IOIlrted ostentbly to buy bn i ihpati IJlnl thlinn
hpati Jlnl ot horses hOos and was Wi WR never again againheard nculnhClr ugninheard
heard hClr from fromHIS fromfirs I
Fort Scott 8101 Km March M rch2S 2Mrs Tr A AP AF ItF
F Melburn the most recent rcclt wife of ofC QfC cfC
C C C Kelson lCcl Ol tlu thl alleged nlece bigamist bigmist who whowas whoIns whovns
was nrreMed nrle ted In n San Antonio recently recentlywhile rprcnthwhie recentlywhIle
while whie on his wedding udllng trip with wlh her ban banjust hURJust hasjust
just returned rOlulcd from Ban Antonio and ald lit litprostrated II IsProstrateil
prostrated ro trate Her family tamly lm hM given Wel out outa
a statement etltllont declaring that she would wouldprosecute wouMprlgeQulo wouldprose
prosecute prose uto Nelson It the Missouri au authorities IU IUthorlle nuthorities ¬
thorities thorlle release him himCnmnioidlal himCIIIUIulnl himCounuimolal <
Cnmnioidlal CIIIUIulnl ArtlslH rtIIN Hlrlkp HlrlkpChicago Htrlkl HtrlklChlao t4trIkeitlengo
Chicago Chlao March 25 23Tho Tho 200 200member membern membernof
of tho Commercial eOlllerclnl Artists association associationwho as oclnlon oclnlonwho
who last night voted otet to strike walked walkedout wllkeL
out today todayWashington tOdly
RI SFNtTI SFNtTIWaShington stn stnWnlhlngton
Washington Wnlhlngton March 20 2tAt At the tle con tonelusIon conclusion conlu810n ¬
elusIon of routine Ioutne business In tho senate senatetoday acnnletodlY senatetoday
today todlY a resolution rosolulon offered oter 11ly by Mn Plfttt PlftttCcji PIIl PiattCgi
Ccji WUBI v was as adopted dQP callDiBXipon IPbl tho 4rnscitnry thoBecTetaryof thoHt
BecTetaryof Ht scitnry tnrY ol o th tI < rUtt6ror Htttlr lkltbH I 111111 r for jnWrrtUtlon jnWrrtUtlonconcerning jnt jnfclrnIlttlOneuneeruting rlllt l
concerning clmclrllnr treaties t nte9 negotiated n jotlltet with wih In Indian Indlnn Intibia ¬
tibia tubes trlbel of Oregon In 1B80 and In Inqulrlnir Inquiring inquiring
quiring whether the United States StatcHequitably StnleeQultnbly Statesequitably
equitably Is bound boull to compensate cOI1enhnle tho thotribes thotrlbts thetribes
tribes trlbts for lands 10111 now nol in possession of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the government or settlers settlersThe lelers lelersThe settlersThe
The senate Slnn te then began bernn the considera consideration cOlsldera cOlslderatol consideratirni ¬
tion tol of private pension bills bis
Fortyfour pension measures were werepassed werepnssed werepassed
passed passedThe pnssedTho passedThe
The senate then proceeded to the con consideration canslderaton consideratlon ¬
sideration slderaton of the bill bi to amend Imend the act actestablishing aotestlblRhlnl actestablishing
establishing estlblRhlnl a code of laws 11 for the theDistrict thoDIstrict theDistrict
District of Columbia CplumblnIUI ColumbiaIIOUHI
1101812 1101812Washlngnton IUI IIOUHIWashiegnton
Washlngnton March Mnch 25 25Th Tho fh consid consideration consli considoration ¬
oration orUon of the contested election olecton cases casesof Csel easesof
of Moss 108 vs s Rhea from fro rout I the Third ICen Kentuckey ICentoelley ICentueltey
tuckey district was 10 resumed r08ul 1 when th thhouse tht the thehouse
house met today todo Only Onl > two hours huts of ofdebate atdebate ofdebate
debate remained The first frt hour wai waioccupied WI waioccupied
occupied Occuiliel by the contcstee Mr Ulien nhe In Inconcluding Inconchltlnr inconcluding
concluding conchltlnr the argument arglment begun by him himyesterday himyesterdlY himyesterday
neat leat yesterday yesterdlY In defense of his right to hU hUneat hil ht1 ht1eeat
Heavy 11111 Scan BelN In II KniIIsli 1nllRh Channel ChannelLondon CII ClinuunalLondon lleI lleILondon
London March 25 251er 25Very Very heavy hM seas seasnro sen sennre seasare
are running In the English Englsh channel and andthe nndthe andthe
the Irish ten A number of vessels elsell are aroIn 110 110II areiii
In II distress dlstresl Queen Alexandras AloxndrH Intend Intended Inteld Inteldtd ¬
ed td departure depnrturp this morning for Copen Copenhagen Copenhngon Copanhagen ¬
hagen was WI postponed on account of the tliecale thegale e eale
gale ale Tho toruedo torlodo boat bOt destroyers desto ors 10 7o o
phy phsyr i > hyr Serpent SetJrnt lund Zebra put Jtt Into Ports Portsmouth Portsmouth Portemouth ¬
mouth considerably cClnslternbly damaged dnlngec by the thogale thegnle thegale
gale Tho tatters Intels Blearing gear gearwas gearsrns I
was tS carried away an The scams of tho thoother thoolhcr thinother
other boats were torn open and IUt they theyWere IhcyVlle theyWere
Were Vlle leaking so 10 badly hldl that th they had to tobe tobe tobe
be docked dockel for repairs repairsMitchell rOllnlrsMichel repairsMlWiuell
Mitchell Michel nculliicii IcclhleM to OlviilRO 0110 Nnnicc NnniccShamokln Nnm NnmShamokln aniee anieeShamokln
Shamokln Pa March 25Prcsldent 25PrcsldentMitchell 23lrel14ent 23lrel14entJehol 21IrcsiilentithItcheil
Mitchell Jehol of the United Unied Mine MInI Workers Workersraid Workcrl
raid today he has decided for the pres present Jres Jresent mresent ¬
ent not to announce the names of the theM
M 1 m men n selected cllcted to seek the aid of thc thcCivic Iheelc theCivic
Civic elc federation tllc ra 101 In securing an amicable amicablesettlement anllcnblotcthlont amicableettleniont
settlement tcthlont between the mine workers workersnnd wOIketonrl vorkeraand
and opratort opratortThe QprntorsTh
The Th program as a now no prepared pro provides provllt9 provides ¬
vides vllt9 for a preliminary conference In InNew InNOlI InNow
New York between hetloen National Natlbllll President PresidentMitchell I Pres1denhltchiell relldon
Mitchell lchel the th three district disIct pretliUnla pretliUnlaand IHe8n nla nlaQnt
and Qnt the conciliation conclalon committee commltoo of the theIvlc llo lloClC theCivic
ClC Civic Ivlc federation fedprtn Ah h l effort el rt will wil be made madejy mnde1y modeby
1y by jy these committees olmittec to arrange a met metrig metiflg i iI
iflg rig I between tho operators and mine mineworkers mineworkcrs mIneworkers
workers committee tmmltcl of Ir It Should the theoperators thooJorllor timeolorntors
operators oJorllor decline declne to meet meottho the committee committeehere commllee commlleethere committeethere
there will wi be no necessity ner es lt for Its Is mom momtcrs memobers mealhers
hers tcrs to visit viIt Now York ark In any event eventthe eontthe eventthe
the four presidents pnhlenl will wi report rcpot tho re result reo reoult uccult ¬
cult ult of their efforts Irot to the district ex executive exeeutlve exectutive ¬
ecutive boards before further acjUon arlon Is Isaken II istaken
token tokenroelllnr takenIorelgtt
Pnrclpi roelllnr ItcscntiiKnt eltllnt Arnnseil ArnnseilYokohama Arollrll ArollrllYokohamn Iromiaedyokobnrnn
Yokohama March Mlrch 23fhe Z51hl authori authorities nuthQrttes ¬
ties tes here have aroused Iroused the reientment reientmentof lentment lentmentof
of the foreign residents residens by b distraining distrainingproperties dl dietrainingproperties trnlnlnl
properties propertcs of those tho e who refuse to pay payhe vaythe gaytile
he house tax They have Ine distrained distrainedmoney dlRlrnlnedmoney distrainedmoney
money of the Hongkong HOlgkon Shanghai Shanghaiank Ihanlh ShanghaIbank 1 1hnnk
bank > und tho Chartered Chrtrred Hank of India Indiaoday 1ndlntoay Indiaroday
oday toay they seized lzed money nnd am property Iropert Iropertnt propertynt
nt t Jardine M4thesnn Cos and at atther atother atother
other places of business and at res resenccs real residences realdeuces
deuces enccs The Thl ofllclals refuse retso to accept acceptmymcnt nceppt11ymcnl aceptpayment
payment 11ymcnl of the thl tax nx under uldr protest The Theegatlona TholegatonB Theiegntions
egatlona legatonB nre receiving recellng numerous coal cnmlalnts cnntplnlnts coalpinints
lalnts from foreigner of o the treat treatment treAtITent treatment ¬
ment ITent the latter Jnter have hnv iuivubeen been subjected bJecte to
WIIhcImlnnH Wlhehnlnll WlihelmlnaaVlsit Visit Alt Abandoned AbandonedThe AbollCrd AbollCrdTho bnmmdcmnrdThe
The Hague Unge March Mnrh JO 2 2GAn An official officialnote ofc ofllclahnote 1 1note
note Just ju t Issued tlued confirms Conrlns the report reportbat rpporttbat reportthat
bat Queen QUten Wllhelmlnaa Wlhelmlnbs annual annull visit visito visi
to o Amsterdam Amst rlam has he been blet abandoned nbandolM and andays nndpaYI andrays
rays thnt while whie the general gneml health htlh of ofler ofher ofher
her ler maJsty Is very en satisfactory sntltnetory her herphyclans herphyscilns listpbycians
phyclans physcilns are of the te opinion that all allerlous 01 oilserious
serious lerloul fatigues tatguci ought id be avoided avoidedMeteor a avoidedMelco voldld voldldlcuor
Meteor Will Wi Itnco ItncoLondon Hlc HlcLndon ltnceLondon
London Lndon March ratch2SHlngEdwarl 25Klng Edwards Edwardsutter Edwardscutter
utter cuter Britannia Jrlannllnnd and Emperor Eml rr ViI Wllurns WI ViIhams
lam hams urns new Inw schooner Ichoner Meteor retlor will wi both bothace bothracu bothrac
racu rac ace off at the Isle 116 of Wight Wllhtdurlng during the theowts theCow6 theCowes
Cow6 Cowes owts regatta rrtt
Dr Hasbrouck Explains tho Eject Ejectment EJectmont EJoctmont ¬
mont from His Office OfficeWAS Ofco OfcoWAS Offlco1WAS
Hacy Mury ury Told rodln In lbs Ihl Police 10111 Court lourtThis Courtp1111 Olil Olil1lllllorltll
This 1lllllorltll Mornliiff WhliIi t hi hIchi Leads II IIIhchlr to tolIcisurjs o oof >
Ihchlr lIcisurjs 1 of llortur llorturA Joctur Jocturcnso
A case of more 10le than thal ordinaly orllnnly Inter Interost Intol interant
ant was WIS that Ilt of Dr tt A Ilasbrpuofc Ilasbrpuofccharged Inabrouckcllrged Iluebrouckchmrged
charged cllrged with wih a mlsdimeanoi mlslrlIIOI andtritii andtritiiInfore adU11IJtforp amid ti1it ti1itbefore
before IJtforp Judge Jlllu Diehl title thll morning mornilg The Thedoctor ThiOdoctor fh
doctor who 1 II Is president IlJIcelt of the finlnt finlntJoe Sllln l4iilPtJoe
Joe Mining MIIII company COIIIII was 1 clmiged with withthc withthl withthu
thc offense olohAI of refusing rtu llg to pel Ilmnlt mil M I II IIJJddy I IIthly
JJddy thly nnd 111 K 1 Ii A Walton Wllon stockholders stockholdersto slockllder8 slockllder8to
to examine uxnlile the books bOIk and nHI certain perlull pa paper JUIfllrl ji jipers ¬
per and aldllucUllltl documents of tho corporation corporationWhen cOllrlO
When the tht CliNt el NO cnmo cmnl Up UI for trial trlullt It Witt Witteoon wl18loon iLs
loon seen see that there was WI8 rwlly renly moro moroto lro lroto
to It I than appealed all11 l ct1 on 01 tIn face faceAssistant fuceAsislut beeAssistant
Assistant Asislut County Ally Aty litter Iler prose prosecuted prQlo prQlocutcII piosocuteil ¬
cuted and IrlJudlo Judge Wenger Welior represented representedtho
time thl defendant 1 MII I I t Mr Walton Wllun testified testifiedthat Icsunci1 teslfletllint
that In company eOlpnl with wih Mr IMdy 1 ldy ho huwent howOltl1 howent
went wOltl1 to Dr HnsbrouckH InsbrouokH olllce on 01 March IIIch
18 und untmnle made a request upon uJon Ui > tmn him him to sco scothe 500the u uIhe
the books Instead InBttad of complying comllyll with withthe wih wihthl withthe
the thl request 1tlluesl tho ito ivItnwH vln H sold Dr Has Hasbrouck Jn Jnbroutk flitstirouck ¬
brouck broutk smote Mr IMdy l y with wih a 1 light lighthand Irht righthand
hand punch und Ind then blandly bllndly asked Isleell It Ifhe Itho ithe
he wanted any ulY more 10re Receiving nectlvlnllnegn nectlvlnllnegntvo a nega negative negntivo ¬
tive tvo reply lelllY the man Ilnl of It inedloini ledklw often oftentloimteiy ntCutolnte affentionately
tloimteiy tolnte placed hi his hand hl111 upon Mr MrWaltons MrWalol MuVaitomis
Waltons Walol shoulder sholJol and nnt asked IRkl It he hewanted heWRIed lievsmitsd
wanted anything Upon learning leulnllg that thatMr tmt tmtMr thatMr
Mr Walton did cd not 10t want anything Inythllg the thedoctor theorlor thedoctor
doctor orlor ordered them lem both oth out uf the theolllce theoilce time0111cc
olllce olllceMr oilce 0111ccMr
Mr lr Uddy Idy testified testOed that thlt when he spoke spoketo spokto
to Htlsbrouck lrlbruclt ho said Inlt How 10 a c > d de di > doc doctor loo lootor doetar ¬
tor and atl then Ito to doctor walked oltet up and andhit 1 Anilhit ni
hit him and at tho same Sllne time he ii mudd muddsome mU 1
some remark rllClk about Kddys Illys parentage parentageassociating IlareutageIRoeIUlni paremitugeassociatimig
associating IRoeIUlni the same Wih with ltli a canine lIUllhl of ofthe oftho oflie
the lie female telnle persuasion persuasionThe IClsunslon IClsunslonTht
The Tht defense dOrOllO was IS that several sprll tnuiiHiu tnuiiHiuago lullll lullllago immunuimsago
ago Mr I isddy I dty and atll the doctor dodoI ii 111 t taint tainttrouble bOIH bOIHtouble 5Oiimttrouble
trouble and the former aecuiid ntluad the lat iatter itter lattar
ter of dishonesty Also SC that he made madethe mOllnthe madotime
the remark that thCt the next ext time tme he called calledon c llod llodon
on Hasbrouck ho would come COI looking lookingfor looklnitIll
for tIll trouble troubleHo
Ho 10 poked poke his mug IIUg In II my 1 door Raid Raidthe saidthe
the doctor on thc witness wlnesM stand tnn1 and lld 1I1I I Isimply I8lnpl Isimply <
simply 8lnpl hit him The accused denied deniedthat Itlled Itlledthat denlOdthat
that anything anythll was ns said with lefeienee lefeieneeto
to any books or papeis IJUI10I but that ho1 ho1thought hmatimougimt
thought Eddy Edty wan looking for trouble troubleand troublelnnthe troubIeanti ho
and nnthe ho concluded ollllled to Rive It to him Upi Upfon Up Upon
on examination eXlulllUII1 by h Mr I 3liter Dr Has Hasbrouck In Inbronc Hasbrourk
brouck admlttted adlnlted that he 18 isne na not 101 en entertalnliiR enI emmtertalnhmig
tertalnliiR I rtllning any feellnj teelltl of o brotherly tJulhorly lovtJ lovtJtowards lovtJ lov lovt9vL4ytj
towards Eddy J 1iIhspitise dhfPGUI hepnu he h 1l11 ttti4 ftld tlPI tlPItc the thetemtiad laU laUteth8aniBMnWwm
teth8aniBMnWwm tc temtiad lai nlllPfd nmgutuPd 1111 kiln frontSfinvtdn frontSfinvtdncl r ronmf3Onl1atic1co n jnal
cl cbeo co to Boston HOllon The Xhl defendant deetdnnt did not notdeny 10t 10tlN notdemy
deny lN that he mako mlku the remark about aboutthe nLolltthe aboutthe
the dog dogTwo dogTWQ dogTivo
Two other witnesses lnHSeS were examined examinedfor eXlmlnoc
for the defense dCfonse and they the both lestth l tegliflel tegliflelthat Utt Uttthnt > d dthat
that they did not hear hflr either eiher Mr fr tai Walton taicml 01 01to ¬
ton to cml or Air 11 lddy I dly ask u l to nee lee the 110 books on ontho Oi onthe
tho day du In question qteton They wale both bothagreed hot haitiaureed h hnrlre
agreed in the statement however 10oer that thatwhen thot thotw thatwhen
nrlre when w en Kddy dl entered the doctors doctrl prlvat prlvatotllce Jrlvll Jrlvllolce privat0111cc
otllce olce he came out much faster than thnl he hewent hewGnt hewent
went In InThey Inrhey inrhicy
They also agreed that thlt when the doc doctor doctor doetot ¬
tor asked Eddy end Walton If they theywanted thtywnntet theywanted
wanted wnntet any more they th wore cro both pOll positive pOlllve poeltive ¬
tive lve and nne emphatic In their declarations declarationsthat Ileclarnlonl Ileclarnlonlthnt
that they dm tll not care clre for any
Judge Diehl then had his hil Inning InningHe Innlnsle
He le held hele that If any demand d mnnl was walmnl1 made madeupon mendsupon
upon the defendant llentnnt for tho books in inquestion Inluelton Inquestion
question luelton defendant detentant did cld not hear It I Dr DrHasbrouck DrJMbrouck DrHnsbrouck
Hasbrouck JMbrouck was found not guilty gUity nnd nnddischarged nnddlschnr anddischarged
discharged dischargedAt dlschnr td tdAt
At one stage of the tht proceedings It Itreally I itreally
really looked lookld as though thouJh there might be ben IJ
n scene SCplO In the court room It I was while whilethe whie whieIho whilethe
the defendant deendnnt was 08 under cross exam examination cxamInatol cxnminatiomi ¬
ination Inatol He 10 was asked why ho hit hi Mr MrIJddy MrTiddy r rFAty
IJddy FAty when the th latter Inter entered Int rcd the ntlcc ntlccHecatiso OnClBecanso otileeBecause
Because he looked like e a 1 whipped whippedcur whlppel
cur was WRi the th reply a na the doctor looked lookeddefiantly JanketldenII lookeddeFiantly
defiantly denII at the th object ohJ 1 of hi hil hmlii wrath wrllh A Amoment Aompnt AInoment
moment later ho admitted ndmltet hint thlt the theonly tie tieonlY theonly
only provocation provocnt h he lie had for the as assault nssault assault ¬
sault was OS the sight of Mr r Eddys I Eddysmug ddY1
The mud Is something somelhnS appalllnR np atlll In the thestreets IheItroets thestreets
streets leading 10 the railroad
Itroets o depots depotsand depolsond depotsand
and the busses bu Mes are thrown ahoiit so In Innavigating Innnvigntng inmiavigating
navigating nnvigntng that the hotel runners runnrs ahott are aretorelI areforced
forced torelI to not merely merll cling clng to one an another nnolher another ¬
other but to fasten themselves the0selve down downupon downupon
upon the tops 10pI of the busses bl8 eR In order ordlr eown eownupon to tokeep tokeel
keep from fron being thrown Into the street otreetThe streetTIme lreet
The absence of light Ilbt on part of west westThird wutThird ivestThird
Third South street steet last night mails madAmntUrs m mailsmttere l9 l9mJlerl
mntUrs mJlerl worse wore for vehicles ohlces having to touse touse touse
use that part of the town townDEAN tonDEAN townDEAN
Very Ret nO Dean H I Mnrtyn Hart nrt of ofSt ot8t ofBt
St Johns cathedral cathldtll at Denver bus busbeen hI listsbeen
been Invited IwHed by Bishop Ulfhol Leonard to topreach toIlrench topreach
preach tho sermon at the laying In lng of the thecorner tie tieconer tiecorner
corner coner stone ston of tho New lowland n wlnnc Hall Hal
building bu I Iln 1 early In Juno The Th annual annualconvention annualconventon annualconvention
convention conventon of the HplKopal church for forthis torthis forthis
this missionary mllRlonnry Jurisdiction Jurlsdlclln will 1 be held heldat
at the same time Imt so that If will wi be a anoted nnotod anoted
doe noted event In Utah Episcopalian I plseopalnn cit clrclcs ell citdoe
One of o the largest and ant most success successful Buccels Buccelstul successful ¬
ful bowling bowln parties Inrlp ever given In Salt SnltLakowati 8nltrokl SaltLake
Lakowati rokl Lake 10 wam the ono given fIon by the Z C 0M CM CM
M I last night at the Brunswick The Theclub Theclub Thechub
club held holl forth from 8 to 10 p m mand mnnd mand
and two merrier hours hourI have hnr never I be ben benspent n nspent npent
spent at the local 101JlaJe alley Some of the la In hatiles
dies were rather rnthel crestfallen rsltnlen at their theirscores Ihelrscores theirscores
scores and some of the thl gentlemen gentemen would wouldrathr wnuJ ivouldrathr
rathr not have hn e the scores they the made madewhispered madeWhispered
whispered nround orlunl but the lie cvenlnif o nlnJ mate was wasone wnBone scasone
one of enjoyment and mirth Those Thosepresent ThoROprelent Thosepresent
present prelent were MrW SlivcrwoodDr SlverwooDr Ar Arnold Arnold Arnold ¬
nold Miss Florence Dow DIW Miss Ander Anderson Anderlon ¬
son lon the Misses lloyd llYd Miss Slaltcr Slnler Mr
Trapp Mr lr II 1 T Conmm elnnn annon Prof Ander Anderson nllerson ¬
son Mr Stephenson the Misses 18Me Clark Clak Claklrs
Mrs lrs Dunyon ilr Ir and Mrs 111 Chamber
Mr Hasten tnltel Mr I II I D Folsom Fo1om Jr and Ind
Mr tr Ttenam TtenamHEltEIl TienamilEilElt Ionlm IonlmJm
HEltEIl Jm n J JlMXT HA t COitlXQ COitlXQApostle com COIINAiostlo o oAposto
Apostle Aposto Heber ller J Grant has written writtenhis wrlt n nhla
his brother brothrr that thn he Intended d to sail sailfrom sai sailfrom
from Japan on the llth Uh of this month montharriving monthIrrhll montharriving
arriving Irrhll at San Francisco rancl eoon on the 29th 29thHe 2th 2thle 29thlie
He le ejcpects elllects to reach home on tho 1st 1stApostle l 1stApostle t tAposte
Apostle Aposte Grants Ornts homecoming Is I only onl onltemporr
temporr temporary After Afer he e has l reported rprted hfit hfitlabors htl iiI iiIlabors
labors labr and conferred confered with wih the mithorl mithorlHCK authorltel anthorities
ties tel of the Church It I 1s I likely Ulely that tat he hewill hewI bewill
will wI return at t one OIC
Gives lves His Version of Morrison MorrisonMining MorrisonMining MorrisonMining
Mining Companys Tangk TangkDENIES TangloDENIES Tangle1JFN11S
Ho a11 5njN cnj nJN ll Jl lliuthvnyii 11111 II 1 ileeti ln Heady HeadyAUii Uel hteiisIyc
AUii c Jt i Call < sli 1 leotlim Ieothlt Vlinn VlinnII 111 Uluutd UluutdI
II IIustloe I Nlocllothn NlocllothnitUAlo ItcIiiioItIcrs ItcIiiioItIcrs4ustloe
itUAlo 4ustloe ustloe OeorKo ceorjo W liartch by his nt ntuoys ntI atliPYl
I uoys 10 Dlckson JekII Kills Hils und unt Kills mis thin thinfiling thll thmltiJ
J filing ing tiled 10d lib h answer Inwer with wlh tho chick olurkthe olarlthe
1 the district l1tllol court curt Iti II tho Ortso S0 of oftiorriumi C CMorrtim CNortlun
> Nortlun Morrtim v Il VS Alvlras 1 n Snow SIOW the tharlson th thrlll theI
I rlson rlll Mining 1lnln company couWCny und Inl others othershlch othor othersI
I hlch ho WIIH recently rltluty made Inllo a I party partyMiint partyMum partyr partytilmitlt
r Mum upon U motion Ilolon of defendants defendantsrneys 11etlmdlntI
flu rneys Inl9 Tho ho answer InAIOr stales that all allillcttatlftns ni
tI illcttatlftns lejllonl of the thl complaint of C C 1 1lion D IMqtlstum
Mqtlstum lion 101 ni II mime true t ruo und proceeds iroC0119 to do doi
1fJJiitm j i If allegations nllIIUon iii ltgmm I lath mentioned Ilouloltd 111011 tlomid in SnowM SnowMer Snowt SmiowsItnver
ial Itnver v6r er by which Justice Justl e Kartell Is uc Il ticcjp
m cjp 1 of consphucy with ltli lh Ito plalntllT plalntllTtlKntlng 1lalnll lmlahuitltfirif
lqrtICtll irif tlKntlng tin null nullthe sUI suiti
j1 i the unmvor 111101 Justice Ju tcc Hartch alleges allegesHiunv alllol allegeslit
llt lit Hiunv tUn I did not 10t meet the tle tormu torl9 of ofiBrerment oftju
tju h Ilrlllnt iBrerment mentioned leltoned In the com comljffit COI comalmhji
j ljffit lmhji 11 i I liy I his failure fliure to tl fIle 0 II copy of ofnicies otIt ofiuli
It iuli nicies Itdt it iii ti of Incorporation IlcOIIIIalol I umiorpacat loft In II I a the lie 11110 stub stubCvu1u tiu tiujvaJu
f jvaJu IO o IH its IH to nmibla nllblo liii ho 1 company companyrry COIIII
t to I uprry rry rr un 01 ml Its Is work In II wild wall stnto Illo It ItsJi
sJi Ac li United filId list Imt Hams HMI furnished furl181el the thoy
fijnt y to i organize the ho company compln that thatrntihed
lil IifiJruiIhel rntihed 1500 to carry On 01 the work workB worlcofili orll orllat
at ofili B company COnI11Y whleh wlirh has us not been ICI re rei
i S i 1 > Tu 1 lo o him b 1m In h excess OXCM of the sum SUI of of4jfuoni9K otS otenlol
4jfuoni9K denies enlol tlmt by b reason of antipathy IItltl
to jils Is Show 1no ho lefused to cull cnl a ag I itmum
I mum Ijpg g I of t the board bonrl of directors dlrotor of said saidfor Inld InldI saIdtOil
I tOil for the of
I uy purpose purloso levying nn nnit ni anusIiipat
u usIiipat m it on 01 Its 11 Mock and nnl alleges allegeshas alclc allegesline
I hu has lu ever 0101 been ready tld to call calljneetlns cnl callstCIneeting
stCIneeting 1neetnf jneetlns when requested by the thos thusLi
hi s sLi holders in accordance Iccordnleo with wih tho thocle thor tim timaj
Ii aj Irks cle r 0 uf It Incorporation It I Is denied
if t he e eler et cr exercised oXerrlel1 un tiny > control over overoniclil
1 tim oniclil ftlal acts of H I II I Clawfion CII W80n n ntot 1
ll ilitCtOI tot of tho company He denies deniesho deniestkti
tlrho tkti ho has 1118 neglected nellectl11 iitgioi tuil to take tnlc any IUT no noHOIK notIIiiL
HOIK nlll 111 the lie matter mnter of disposing dlspoKII of the
01 < J15ynlnKl 1 Inln11 rnir I by the company and alleges alegcs allegeslimo
limo Ujl the ate was IS disposed dlllo ed of after tho thl tlm tlmfiling
1f filing of the complaint but before tho
deftfntlnntH IIfj d rludlnls u answer was as tiled led ledJo tileddii
iIlo dii Jo denies delll that he ever acted Ictell In a
hostile 1Qlo manner maller towards towlrd tho Interest Inllloshl Inllloshlfh
riffihe o fh limO corporation torpOlltol by b either < securing or orhe ornt
nt islimg the location localol by jy W V < 1 U J ChIld niJother ehld
1tIKIIg ill ly IIY other 01 lust person ersomi of claims clllns on 01 the thl
iI il J laiI d I cdmpanyn cllnplnys property Denies Oell08 that thatever
hi ever 101 ndvlHdd conspired 11111et or confed confed8iSed confodttcI1
8iSed i tet with Wth plaintiff plllntit Morrison to In Inj inili ¬
duce ili j him In to bring hrlugthl this null BUI or that ho hoyjr J lieer
yjr rJt er tjetnnnded I bmmmimiItd 1lnnlell A dt Snow noI that tho stock stockbo tockJ
J flstuhti I bo b I divided 11lthd with wih him and ld that thatla thaiUlon thatwholly
la wholly false and
Ulon WhOI n un unthnt unIl unu
Il lt j ms denied ll u d that lint Morrison Morrisonof Morrlsomi rlrl8ot rtf tfi in instatIot
Illgntlot statIot of this suit Ul Is II acting setng under underthe unler unlerthe immithartime
the direction dlrelton of Justice Jutce liartch lartch or 0 that thatIt
It has been lfl agreed nJlced that the furlts ful of oftho ortho ofthe
tho action acon If I any nl shall Ihal be divided Ivlded be between beIWe1 between ¬
tween IWe1 them or that defendant Ittellllnt liartch llartcbibias
has hnl any niy Interest II1eraS contingent contnrnt or other otherwise otherWI oilierIvisO ¬
wise WI In II tho ho stock In II litigation ItKatol It I Is Isalso isalso I
also 1II0ll011led ilttilsd that Bnow Snw has been dam damaged dnmag damageul ¬
aged ag 11ln In the sum IUI sum of UQOCQ 000 or In any sum sumw sumwhtt sumvhatdser
w whtt hatever t
DeuUlon hrolRhlllel hrolRhlllelThe AMlrmed AMlrmedThe A ihirimmeilThe
The decision declplol of the lower court In the thecas therns thecuis
cas of Anne Qorrlnge Oorllle appellant appolnnl vs vaW vsW vsv
W v S Head l eld has been nlllrmod arrm d by the theSupromo thefuprHI timei4uprommmo
Supromo fuprHI court In II the opinion handed handeddown hrndeltdOWI hmaiidetttloiiii
down dOWI yesterday ostoldn by b Justice JUstkf liartchChief DartchChletJudice TiartchmChiefJustic liartchChiefJustice
Justice Miner ner ammO fld Justice JUltN llaskln Ua kln con concurring cancurrlnt concurring ¬
curring The rh case was n8 brought In the thosecond thesCIon thesecond
second sCIon judicial district and was Wil to toquldl 10qulEt toquitt
quldl qulEt title tte to a certain piece ant of land landIn
In Weber eber county cOUlt At the list flBt trial a anoiiSiilt nnlsl anomlsuit
noiiSiilt nlsl was WI w granted Kfnted in favor of do dofendant doflndnt dofendant
fendant flndnt awl nne an ni appeal nPPlal was as taken to tothe tothO toiie
the Supreme court and tho decision of ofthe attho ofthe
the trial tr court was reversed and anl a a new newtrial newtrial newtrial
trial granted grlnte The Thl second trial lesult lesulted Ielull IelullNI
ed In a 1 decree tccreo being rendered Ilored In favor favorof tlvor tlvorof
of defendant dcf nlnnt For Jor a second time tme tho thocase thornBI timeease
case rnBI came tlmo before hetoll the Supreme tuprcno court courtand courtAnti
and 111 the decree of the court below bclo was wasafllrmed wnsamrm wasaflirmed
afllrmed amrm d
Slicrnmn Rhormln SliornintiIstato SliornintiIstatoA Kstntn KstntnA ltRtO ltRtOA
A decree of distribution dlHtrlhuton of the estate estateof
of Thomns ThotRa 0 Shearman deceased deol l to tothe 10tho totime
the widoV Elmlna Shearman was wnl filed filedIn ned nedIn filedin
In the county count recorders reoorer ollloe oJo > ester tnterday estertiny ter terlIlY
day lIlY The estate Is valued at U8O 380S and nndconsists aul andconsists
consists county conlhil of real re 1 estate situated siuated In tl this thiscounty thllcount thiscounty
OhMriiutlmi Obst h trllnf Piii I hits Knit KnitSalt Hul S ii It ItSalt
Salt Lake county cOlnt has hl8 commenced oomlen an anaction onneton anaction
action neton In tho district c lrlet court against againstAlexander aS81n8tJlox againstAloxmtmjer
Alexander Jlox n40r B I Leo to compel defendant defendantto
to remove fences f ncea nnd other obstructions obstructionsfrom obtructlonfrom
from hlshway No SO which Is south southeast loulhust southcast ¬
east of the city cll and runs north and andsouth antou andsouh
south ou h through the center of section 10 10township tGtowlshlp 10towmiehiip
township 2 south of range 1 east The Theobstructions Theobstrctlons Theobstrctinns
obstructions were placed on tho high highway highwnYlibout highwnynbout
way wnYlibout about Sept I 1MO and have ten rendered Nlnderad tendered ¬
dered the same useless to the public as asa asII asa
a highway hl lIway The defendant de has ha been beennotlfled lIIcnnollned IICOIImuotifled
notlfled by the supervisors Buplrvl orli to remove removethe remootheobatructJons removetIme
the obstructions but has failed to do so sohence HOhence sohence
hence the county asks that the nuisance nuisancebo
bo abated
Hears Labor Claims ClaimsJudRO Clnhn8JlldlO CininisJudge
Judge Hall Is today hearing the mo motion 110tlont mation ¬
tion tlont to allow certain labor claims In Inthe Inthe inthe
the casts e of tho Wood 01 Grocer Pro Produce ProducecpmpilllY Vmducecpmp ¬
duce ducecpmpilllY ducecpmp company ny v vii S the Uutterfleld Mining Miningcompany lUningcom Miningcompany
company com nYi
For Unlawful Seizure SeizureThe RelzurrThec4so SielztiroTime
The Thec4so case of the Miller Tailoring com company compnnyv coatparty ¬
party pnnyv ys Thomas B I1 I Lewis et al la still stillri stfUor stilloil
or ri trial before the Jury Jur In Judgn JudgnMorNoJs JutgoIor Judgobore
MorNoJs Ior bore s court The suit wan brought to tocollect 11cOlatUooOO togoitct
collect cOlatUooOO 110000 for nn alleged unlawful unlawfulseizure unlClrulleliurc uniaifulS5izure
seizure < of a stock of goods olllle by deftnd deftndnnt defthIlnt defutlflat
flat Lewis as sheriff of Halt Lake L kt coun county county county ¬
Dick Ryan nwl John P F 1 Hanscii Ulvcn UICIIOne UlvenOne UlvcnOne
One Year YearSpecial YearSpeclnt IenuSpeciai
Special to the News NewsOgJen NORofl NewsJ NewsJogthn
OgJen ofl n March 2 UJudre Judge Holapp to tofiay toIIY today
day IIY sentenced Dick Ityan to a term of ofone atone ofotis
one y years y UI Imprisonment mprls nm nt In the state staterlson stateprlsoll stateprisomi
prlsoll rlson Ityan was 1lS convicted of burglar burglartine burglorIzlng burglarizing
tine a Fifth street saloon on Feb If IfThe ItThe 14TIme
The judge J dr diminished the penalty on onhe OilthorijcCmmendntlon ottthe
he recommendation of District Attor Attorley AttarIleY Attormmey
ley Hayes HayesJohn it I1iiresJohn re reJOh1
John F Hanson who was convicted convictedof
of embezzling ell ezzlnIrUC J1C5 was also sentenced wntenctdo Mnten d dto
to o one on year y nt at the state prison prisonJoseph prlllonJOllf prisonJo
Joseph JOllf Jo ph h Cannon and Denny Denn Smyth the thealoon theFRloonroptJeturll thesaloon
saloon FRloonroptJeturll proprietors were arraigned b bore be betore before
tore ore Judge Howell today charged with withtiling wllhleillng withsehhIn
tiling sehhIn liquor on Sunday They Th were werefined wereftned werefined
fined 110 19 each and admonished that It i
would RO 0 much Imnltr hiitd with them th thnext this thllnoxt thismloxt
next time timeTho time1ho hueIhmo
Tho ftinuml of William WIIIJalll t Itlaumi A Wilton WllhIJJ th thengineer time thoonglnoor timeonginser
engineer who was srn mllod In yeilerdAy yeilerdAyexplosion yaloIIJlyaJ yesterdays yesterdaysaximiosion
explosion J = III lon will bo liild Tliuivduy lJIIIIlh y nf
toriionn at 2 oolcok from th the 1lft 1lftward llrthlIld iirthiiutrtl
ward lIld meotliiB liouso Tho Ilrotlierhoui Ilrotlierhouiof
of Locomotive liURhe t UIiItltIli r and 1111 Flitme Flitmeund 11111I011IInel llmemmmontimid
und of ItallroNd Trunnion lr hllnon will attend
the services In a body
The temalns of D t A Uphoff on onother I1nothel anothtem
other victim of dm explosion will b bshipped lio beshmippetj
shipped to hh > Iiuini In Chlcnfo Chlcoolulllor Chlcoolulllorrow Icmor Icmorrow tomuorrow
Nc Negro ro ANsnnltN an Old Imily ImilyDenver 11111 11111Denvlr IiiUlDenver
Denver Mnroh SSA Kpenln to th th1OHt tho
1OHt fiom Ia Junta Colo Cob IIC sitysm ay r
Mrs Htiirlittn H Miller n gray IIrII
Imlml onuin aged < T going gOIIl from lon
Angeles Cat to Denver to visit vl lt r ratlves rei reiatlvos te teatlvos
atlvos was wa brutally avsaulted and ahrlllut ahrllluttngoo out outi
i aged In the finntn Ko I o railroad yards Inld
hero between 10 O nnd 11 oclock last lastlllght nlfih
by n negro porter tin 11I a Pullman oa oarunning oar onrIUIIIIIIIl oarluumuilmig
running between Denver und tutu Iu Junta Jumitav
W v II Wallace of Denver In under nr nrrest urrast arrest
rest but htm been taken from JnJiinl JnJiinlto nJuutato
to prevent lynching Mrs Milter la no nolying now nowlying
lying In i a critical cr1 lien I condition onummllt Ion Itt a loca
hotel being attomlcil by b pliynlcluns o otho ot ottho oftIme
tho Santa 1e l e company Her clisnciMj clisnciMjfor
for oi recovery are said to be I about evil 0111Thl evauiTime evilThe
The assault wns IIS one nf the tlm must brti brtitnl brutill brtiml
till crimes ever committed In this vl vlrlnltv tielimitv 1 1elllll
rlnltv and the th nved vlcttu was U lot lotfor MttnI limitfor
for dead III an Isolated section of th thcity the thecity thuscity
city by b her flendum t UBMlhuit UBMlhuitThe IIl1111l1l1l1tThe stsaiismitThe
The nnnnnlt n nult linn hum caused Intense ox oxclttinetit IIXclrltlent oxcitemiment
clttinetit III Ui Junta JuntaIriinco Jurll1rIiIWO JuttnlrmI
Iriinco lrmI It 0 Will V 11I I I I Inrlldlimtc InrlldlimtcParis lut ci lii I mn to tolamis
Paris March IS 3G1he The chamber o odcputloa at atdllUtloB ofdeputies
deputies today iinntilmously y udoptin udoptinthe 1110111Ihp
the thi bill providing for the participation participationof
of Franco In the HI Louis IQulexJlJ expoiltlon expoiltlonNo ltlon ltlonNo
No o Alii iti for hr ItrltMi Jlrlll h rtnuiir OnnvorH OnnvorHLondon 111I11Londoll < hnworsLoiidon
London March US 9Glho The chancellor o olie at atthe ofthe
the lie exchequer Sir Michael Hick Hicklieach HIcklenrh Iiickhleach
lieach replying today lalla to u daputntlo daputntloof ltIlutntlOnot
of West India sugar men bald out n nprospect 110 110Ilropect noProspect
prospect of Including In the budget Jullgllllny Jullgllllnypeelnl any anyspecial numyipuclal
special peelnl provision to assist the Imlnutr Imlnutrduring 11lIluNtrydurllllI iumihtustrydurimig
during the Interim before be ton the abolition abolltlotof
of the bounties In September 1893 1893TaluH 1593lroHlllllllt 1803lrcsiuietit
lroHlllllllt TaluH Up llcclpniully llcclpniullyWiiHhlngton IItIIIIIICItWIIHhlnglon ilealliutmuliWaslmiimgton
WiiHhlngton March 2fi 25Prosiulent 25ProsiulentRoosevelt IrOHlden IrOHldenItoonevolt ProstlolltHoo
Roosevelt Hoo poll lignIn touk up the Cnbut Cnbutreciprocity CIIIJIIIleChlrollt Cubanmecilirotlty
reciprocity uostlbn today Iluln wllh a Vlev Vlevto letV letVto
to securing ccurln unanimity uf Jr nctlon In th thhoime the thehouHe thishuuuse
hoime Among his hlIlIlIor callers was Itopro Itoprosentiillve HOIIIOonlllll 1101111sontumilve
sentiillve onlllll Long of KHIISIIH J < nn8l1 the inembc inembcof IIIombcror
of 0 f the ways and means committee coma liii t tee who whowas whowas ivimotaH
was In charge of the tactical nuivu nuivumunts nIQoII1t mmiqsouiiuiit
munts II1t nts S In im behalf hehmmi I I of the ruclpioclty rtei inaol I y plan planH pIn ii iiIt
It sins understood that Mr It UOIIKS call colwas 0011IS callwas
was IS In continuance l ot c the ntovem wovoment nt to tobring tobring tobring
bring the two Wi opposing elements togoth togother
er Later when Mr Ion tong lotiirnid ti tithe to tothe totime
the house hou e of riMncHsntatlven he con confcrred confenel calmforced
forced wllh Itepresviitatlvo Morris o ot
Minnesota llInllo oln who wlmproKehutotl proKPiitod In detail the theamendment thellllelllllll timeanmemmdmimeimt
amendment 1I1 which the opposition Is sup supporting 8UPporllnJt suportimmg
porting to o abolish the differential on onrefined onronlled onrefined
refined sugar At present ivlhKd augur sugnpays HUlInrIIIIYS augurpays
pays JUS 108 per 100 imrellnet I 8185 lS6 85 Uy Uytaking Uytnklntr thytaklumg
taking off the dllTurentlal all sugars sugarswould RUljarSwoUld sugarswollhtl
would pay the uniform unl onn rate of J1825 pc vet
100 rite prevent suggestion Is that i imodification 1 11I10tllllclltlon arnodillcatlotm
modification of the Payne In nl bill so ax to tomake toIIInlco tolanka
make this I chntigd In the differential differentialwould dltrprlnltalwould dilTeremi hal halssould
would probably bring brln about nn agiee agieement gICllI1enl tiguceiiient
ment The he ways and means committee committeeare
are understood to be giving this prop proponltlnn proposition propneltiorm
onltlnn lespectful consideration exam examInlngall eXiIIIhllng exaunliming
Inlngall liming al all Its detail detnulsRulguigeul
1 Rulguigeul 1III tl1 In a IVCA lue ri IliuM IliuMChlcaro I1giitChicago lit litChicago
Chicago March 25 251ho Tho Citizens o otho at attho ofthe
tho south end of Austin encagod the theAmployes tt ttmnpbcycn
Amployes of ottHltll1l oft oftTractiomi tnPtliiWWnditKnMlldnM tIUI ilL 11 lllih la
Traction companies build toTianil io Imamiul Unt In Ui Uifight time timefight Ie Ietight
fight for universal transfers whIch whlclJudge whIchlut1 whichhum1g
Judge Hall linn decided must be given givenKlghtcen alvenWghteen gRoutEIghteen
EIghteen men bended hoodldby by W 15 J Gold Golden laiden
en a druggist rode buck and forth 01 01tho Oil Oiltho ontime
tho West Madison street lines demand demandIng
Ing transfers from tho trolley to the thecable thetablo timecable
cable and tutu back nguln n uln They were re refused IetUMd ccfused ¬
fused us had been expected oxpeotpdnnt and tho ef efforts Clttorl8 offortS ¬
forts of the street car crews to eject ejectthem eJettthelll ejectthem
them from the th cars resulted In two twopitched twopitched twopitched
pitched battles which tied up both bothand bothiaumd i iand
and he wanllnes wn lIl1el Qoldcns back was wnssprained wllaspralnNI wasshirained
sprained and he was ousted oust d A large largenumber largolumber largenumber
number of suits against tho companies companiesIs
Is one of the results threatened threatenedKbea threltenooIlhen tlmreateumodhlhien
Kbea Is l Unseated UnseatedWashington UllllentCllWnshlngton UtisenieuiWashington
Washington March 26 2 2Iihmen nhcn Third ThirdKentucky ThlrclIenlueky ThitrdKentucky
Kentucky district was unseated 127
137 and Moss was seated seatedTrnopH senletTIIIIIH seatedTrimlis
TrnopH ArrlvliiR at Pminiim PminiimPanama Inl1RlllnPanal1ln lntimimnnPanama
Panama Colombia March 28 2tiThe 2tiThetroopl ILTimetroops The Thetroops I
troops which arrived at Colon yester yesterday yestercIa yeeterday ¬ i
day cIa from the department of Hantan Hantander Pnntnnder Santandot
der on board the government overnmlntlunblat overnmlntlunblatnenernl gunboat gunboatGeneral gunbontbencral
General Ilnzon art arriving hero this thismorning thismorning hulalmlornini
morning from Colon While the Im Import 1mIJort 1wport ¬
port duties on merchandise have been beenraised 1Ieonalsed beenualsed
raised from 30 per cent the duty on onllaulrs onIIlIulrs onhinuirs
llaulrs has been decreased to J160 ncr
litre litreCompulsory litreCnrIlIIlIHur litreCoin
Compulsory Coin liii mary Industrial I mm il mist tie I Arbitration ArbitrationSydney Arbltrntlol1Brelney A nil I rat
Sydney N S W V March 23 2A A com compulsory compulsory cornpumleory ¬
pulsory Industrial Inlustrlnlurbllmtloll arbitration court line l1usbeen linebeen
been established eKtahll hed here The members membersInclude nlllOlhersInclullo immembersinclude
Include representatives of the employ employers ¬
ers and employee employesSteamship em employeeStenutmsiulp loy loy610nll8hll
Steamship Dlrtlculiloi UIJ1lcult lo ins firttlnl firttlnlLondon fietlhllJAndou ScttlvmlLandau
London March 36 2GThe The Liverpool LiverpoolPott
Post today says It uaderotands that the thecontlnintal theconllnntlnnll theeomitiimental
contlnintal and Hrltlih steamship lines lineshave lineshno lineshvo
have settled their dUllcultles and that thatan thatari thatan
an ari agreement In regard ro rd to saloon Ioon rates ratesbetwetn rutebetween ratesbetween
between Europe I uro e and the United States Stateswill Stnteswill Stateswill
will be announced In a few days daysNoirro daySIlrn daysNtgmui
Noirro Ouirfl Ouuhrames r rl1 nn Old Lady LadyLa Inll InllIa
La Junta Colo March nrch 2 2lIrs 2lIrsHenrietta ILMrshenrietta Mrs MrsHenrietta
Henrietta Miller of Los Angeles Cat Catffl Calrn ai
ffl years ear nf age WM criminally assault nuaulteel
eel 1 heie about midnight iinj nih Is I said to tobe 10hI toiii
be In a critical condition Mrs Miller MillerWho 3Ullerwho Millerwho
Who was traveling to Dinvor ov 01 r th thSantu the theiamita
Santu Je > roud to visit vlll relatives left leftthe leftthe leftlie
the train to Miid the nlfht here hereWhen hereWhtn hereWhemi
When leaving the station slit shm was wasBPlxed wosJrlyod svasseixed I
BPlxed by b a negro and drasjrnl Into the therailroad thlrlIr0811 thusraiiroaul
railroad yard yllr where Ito lhoouttn8O outrage was wascommitted Willcommitted wasonniunitted
committed W V II Wallace Wltll t a Pull Pullman Iullman lullman ¬
man car porter hat been arrested nrr lted on onsuspicion onulplcloll onsuspicion
Woodward Jrls Jctsituy Stay tny of Kxcontlnn KxcontlnnD IbroliliolltI1er ixcouit ion ionDenver
D Denver nver March 2S 35A A special to the thaTimes theTlmll timeTimes
Times from Cheyenne Wyo 0 says aaysTlio saysflio aysTIle
TIle attorneys for oh Clmrloo Chmnri Woodward Woodwanlunder Woodwardunder VootlwDrdullder
under sentence sen Ence to be hnngnd at Cap Cpelon sijii sijiion r ron
on Maichft MlIlch f3 for the munler of Sheriff ShetlerHIckel SheriffIticker SheriffKicker
Kicker today lied In the state supremo supremocourt BUlrtlllOcOlrt surrenmecourt
court n petition In error and th the con condemned oondomnll condamned ¬
damned mitti has been granted a stay stayof stayor stayof
of execution pending pond In the hearing of the theproceedings thpproCtldlnl1l timeproceedings
proceedings In error Under the law lawthe lawthe lawthe
the plaintiff Is allowed GO days In which whichto
to prepare Its case and the defendant
45 days so thnt Woodward no matter matterwlmt matterwhllt matterwhat
what the decision of the suprsiroi court courtmay JurtIIIy courtmay
may be cannot be legally hanged be before bftoro before ¬
fore August A UgURt 11 next nextBherlff noxtSheri nextSheriff
Sheri It Tubbs of Casper has been n no nolined notifleii
lined of the action of the th supreme supremecourt sUllremecourt supremecourt
court There Is some talk that Wood Woodward Woodward Woodward ¬
ward will be lynched but It Is I b btllefId btllefIdthe ll v d dth
th the law will be allowed to take IU IUcourse IIICOUI itscourse
course C Cp CFIRE
A defective flue at the residence r ldence of ofJohn ofJohn ofTohrn
John Jarvis at 3K north First Jtli Wat Watstreet Weattreet Vaetstreet
street caused cau etll1 a small blue this thl morn mornIng mornlng morning
Ing and damaged dnmlJ rll1 the place to th the ex extent wetent oxtent ¬
tent of about JW O The alarm was wasturned WOIturnetl wasturned
turned In from a box and the boys boysfrom bo1trom boysfrom
from No 2 station responded and soon soonhad soonhad oonhlld
had the blue out ou t
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Cuba Cuba3J cJI1Jtl 20 20I I l
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7Uw rlW Jala Z 6VAV b lJlllid C J 4Qfl Qlal at a aMeeting l Jllof1 lJ of fyalma J WaJmo zina Root and andOthers alldOfwIs vdOiiczs r I
Others TodayWand to be b CoinplcfclflSvaciialcd Comp Coap1cIj fcEtocllalcci Etaciiafc1 by h U US US
S Troops and Officials Befota TtQl TI 71IfZI I TimeCoast TimeCoastJitatds l 7itcCasi7uavds 1
j I
Jitatds and and 0ficis Will Remain Clla1 l biNotMore blitNo iJUl No Jfore
Washington March J5JUy 31y K m
Is tho n nets w ilal fixed for to bc turning tl llIln ov oVlr oVlrthe ovsrthe r rlh
lh the island of Cub to Its pMplv The Theclwiif Thothnlllf flmtchiatm
clwiif chiatm uf theta Was 811 madH ir not at the thomifgMllon UII1111lIon theriuIstiozi
mifgMllon Hum with the full uporovnl uporovnlof
of lrMllant lrealclenlIct lect Iftinm J t1IIlIU and mnd his hi ad adVlwrt adtissis
Vlwrt 1 P Senors nor Tumttyu and nil Qumiailn Qumiailnwho
who wer were 9r with him at the
wnr I depart departin dl1ll1ltt111l1t IeluhZItumlSut
in 111l1t nt today This date nhoiikl Ihnult1hlIllIaem be nttiein nttieincmblo ntutemnimbi
cmblo 111bl un me In Ouban I uban hlslnry for It will willnot 111I1lIot mviiinot
not only onl mark the nnquUltlon of full
Independence but will lll be the Ouban In InntitturBllmi 111ntlNUr IttnhlgurtUinmu
ntitturBllmi ntlNUr tloll day It bavins bran deter ot1 ¬
mined 111011 that 1reiWwit i PalmA ma hall be
Innuuurfttwl on he same day tin that
Amoilonn control of th time Island 1 oase oasen
All hut the
IfInalllSt 11etnll
nt hut l
chllnlJf In n Cuba utbn hove be been planned and
Iwso remaining leHllllnlllletAII tetalli were under ad
Jiwtmtnt at a meetliiB held at thV till war warnnd
11 miepartmmismu l alItIl lIt t tIII today nlllllll S ecmy o Huut
IIehlllIt Palml1 nnd Sonora Tsmaya
and QuaMda Oen Wood ooii attoilUed Th
IIUIOIIIII oceurred III tho secretary Icrelnr
James Jtephens Brown Jbldler Pioneer Author Patriarch t t
And One of Original Discoverers ot Gold at Sutlers SutlersCreak SuttersC ultersC
Creak C rE reek ak California Passed Away A way This Morning
Death ling olos closed d the rtuoer of nn nnollur nnJlh anothmsi
ollur Jlh of Utah nigutd IIKIOM Janm JanmHtephcns JrllUlIJIHlelJhcll1I JmtrnwuL4teptiens
Htephcns Drown soldier pioneer au author nuthoI nothor ¬
thor nnd Patriarch was r released 18tMet l ue < l from fromthe tlIltJIlia fromtime
the mortal cull a f few w minutes fitter 4 4oclock 4oclock 4oclock
oclock this morning after ufferng ufferngacutely urtertngIlcutoly umffemiflgacutely
acutely for over one week The Thi fatal fataluilllctloii tntuluIIetloll fatalttllhlctiott
uilllctloii wan IIS Bright dle dlIJllllJe we that tlmtworked IhntworllOO thatsmorked
worked its Insidious way IY to quietly lJIII tI nail amigradually nlldKrucillall nailgradumaily
gradually that It WON not but six sl days daysago laysugo tinytugo
ago that the sick mUll Ivurncd I lemu u rlle timed the na natuio Ilaturo nitlute
lute of his sIckness Hut hu faced tacecltllu tacecltlluInuvllnblo l the theInevitable timeinevitable
Inevitable end without a tremor UB hu huhad huhad imuhail
had faced It time and time again with without withOUI withomit ¬
out complaint complaintthe
complllnttWl tWl trtiJiWffI
the end came upon him jusToiiO jusToiiOago j 8 o 1i w W flr flrnlo it itago
ago und from then on to the close lib libphysical hielh islePhYsical
physical lh leal sufferings were mich IIH only onlyStrong onlylrol1g
Strong men can endure Yet Ihroilgn IhroilgnIt
It all he was the lie same brave patient patientcheerful va patientiieorui lien l lheortul
cheerful titan tho qualities html en endeared endenrml entleitretl ¬
deared him to his hmi companions Oln nnlonlt who wentwith sveimwith went wentWith
With him thiouKh t the Death Valley Valleyof VIIJle VIIJleIf >
of o Arizona Arl onn HU spirit smuts smutsfor 1111 ilHuntlosa ilHuntlosafor
for together with the natural conrne conrnethat courage couragelint
that was In him lie h pus luIMllllud ufui d an abid abiding nbltlInll nbidlmig
ing fulth III the divinity dMIlIt of the cause causefor cnUHIItor causefor
for which he unurltlced 10 0 much mind niutIt
It remained tmdlinmed through the thebllKht thehllght Ut Utitliglmi
bllKht of famine and the tetrors of ofilenthm
Until His III wiiii one of the Ih most event eventful ennttul evetittmi ¬
ful tmi career thnt man Is I Milled l Uea on to tov toIIvll toJive
Jive v through Ills Hi path lIth wan a rugged rugitedroad ruggedtoad
road that led him through nearly nlar1cry ev every umycry ¬
cry conceivable danger and R nd linpq linpqupon IITlIQIfupon irnhlvupon
upon him him nearly every evel manner of suf ut ¬
feting Hut III lila constitution vastnailn vastnailnof I Iot
of Iron nnd after nurvlvlng a aerie uf ufprivations IfI ofprivations
rrlIllonl privations and exposure that would Voultlllve
have llve killed the average n ra e man It was wasRiven Iali wasgiven
Given to him III o puss three mll Ulltonl mnihetonosboyammil stones stonesboyotiil
boyotiil the alloted 1I111 1 years of man manMOIIMOK IIl1nIOIUIOH maimMO1U1OI
As a member and nn tIme th hlatorlnn of ofthe ofthe oftime
the Mormon llattallon J Jul4 Jims H Droit UIOIIIwill rlmosumsmiil n nvlll
vlll be best remembered or that no noj0 nobl tinhIs
bl hIs j0 bend of heroes none was more morebrave moffIJrtvo ummoreImrttve
brave than he and whe whlltI > r oilient lost lostcounigo 100tCOUIIIIO lostcourage
counigo for a pennon and were ready readyo
to o give UI In despair his strung olce coiceamid olceand uleeanll
and dim nn tiead t11ltdlelIretl reassured them and tb they theyWent theyWent y ywent
went on to the iii and antI writ their theirnames theirnllllllll theirnuitnes
names on the scroll of the iindiuintfil iindiuintfilii unduuntlllherOCH mmumdaunejiheroes
heroes ii > roeH of the III ii earih earihIt
It would IIf if an act of supererogation 8uperrngatlono
to o here give 111 n detailed account of the theIfc tholite ticlife
life amid career cnr r of Jam JameM S Drown Urownecuuie Drownblluso Drownbectutmee
ecuuie they ore I so 0 much a part partof JIIrtof mrtof
of the history of the people of orlltah Vtali nail nndho on nailtime < 1 1tho
ho settlement of this commonwealth commonwealtht
It t would IM mi affront to presume there therewns there1Vns therewas
was one who doe not know who ho and andnliat Ani Aniwhnt andihmat
nliat he was If however he had hadgiven hntbun hindbeen
bun given hl hlll way WII very Vel f ft fw w would wouldtave wouleh
h have tave ve known who he woe for his mod modesty moclesty mudasty ¬
esty was as great an a his courage amid nndt
It t was only onl because fate amioclnted Rll llnted him himvlth himwllh himwith
with so 0 many Innn Imperishable events In Inhe InIhe Intime
he history of the people of Utah that thatils
hll uI ils humus Is I known everywhere within withinjor withinhlr withinher
her jor border or wherever liLt story of ofh Ittllto oftime
time h Mormon battalion has limn told It Its ItIs
I Is s beyond the skill of human pen to toeplct totleplct todepict
depict to the hit life the march of the bat batallon bsttolloum
allon from roam the th Missouri river to Call
W v K Cliamhrlln of Great Falls 0 OV 0W 0v
W V McOomiell of Helena nm mid Mentor MentorVotasteln MentorVmetatein fentorWIlIateln
Votasteln of Livingston arrived thl thlmorning thtJomorl1lnr thumorning
morning from th tile north lint ar are re at the theConynn theIollyon timelfemiyuin
Conynn They are prominent Elks KikeMr I lkMr ElksMr
Mr Cliamlwrlln being bfotn district deputy deputyfur deputfor
fur Montana Th The party ar are Here to toarrnng 10armnse toarrange
arrange for the advent of COO or r mOle moitKlks mOleElkl movePiks
Klks who will com down from Mon Montana 101tana Momitana ¬
tana In two specIal trains In attend attendance attendtints tt nlI nlIIIn ¬
tints IIn on the big bl conventlnn of August AuguatThey AUUlltXh Augustriisy
They Xh will bring with them the Itoiton ItoitonMontana lloitonlIIontnnll lboutonMontana
Montana band of IS musicians from fromHull fromButte roam roamIhutte
Hull to furnish plenty of good music musicfor mUilutor musicfor
for the northern nnd bea headquarters bOIlIUlltllIarf l < iuarirn iuarirnare
are being looked tip this afternoon The Thesingle Th Thsingle Timsingle
single Klks 1 lkl will live In their curs whll whllhere whileliOn I
here but room In town will 11 b IJf sour soured Il seumred < lIr ¬
ed for the Klk who aNt accompanied accompaniedby ac ampanledby
by their wives wlvtaM
M Chamborlln nays a that Montana Montanahas ontanahl8
has enjoyed a mild winter and that thatthe thatthe thattime
the livestock II I lock In consequence ar In Inrtn Innn intins
rtn tins condition Th There r ar are hundreds of offamilies otfamllllll atawhiles
families moving Into th he state from the tlneet UIttHlI theIslet >
Islet HlI and south to take up farm And nndlocate Andloento andioento
locate as permanent cltlwns cllll The Thumines Thlmine Themines
mines all s seem in to be doing well and andther andthere andtimer
there II an air of general proapwlty proapwltyabout plIIIftynbout prosperityabout
about the state that Is i encouraging encouragingMOHK
1 1lOlm
The local weather bureau immediate preOIotsrain Iretllolsrain immediaterain
rain or snow sno for tonight and tomorrow tomorrowThe tomorroThe
The storm center ot the present meteor met meteorr or
olllcf IJcsldiM tho flnal selection of
May 20 as Cuban Cllbtnllldol Ctubanirmdoiwndonce Itidcmmdonce Otlonco day 11n two tuoother twuother twoother J
other ImportaiU JrnlOrt lt ooneluslons w weru werureached ro roreached ruronehall
reached Tho fltut IIt wn WnH that bum Wood
should ttmnodlatoly upon Ullc his return r tllll to hi
Cubit issue a Cflll 11 1 convenlnx con venin > the first J 1
cubiin congress In session on May 10 i
III order that tho th > body might employ
tlw ten tiny followlig that date In Inrupplylng inPilpidying I 1
rupplylng any nn legislation nereMsary IIpC > 8IY to
tutu assumption uf full powem In tho I
Island The other olli r conrluxiou nan tlmt
them theNllhouJcI should bo no half way VII evacuation evacuationof vacuathouOf al UftlOl i
of the Uland I the th present disposition III pJMltlln I
Is to rnenn lie nntlre Inlted Sim States con I
tlngent elvll nail mllltarv uwny from
th the Island not oron leaving a uirporali uirporaliKUiml iurpomnisgutmid
KUiml of Unttcd Btatcs Sll1t soldiers In any l
of thu t 110 campm CnlllI This however doaa d09 not notapply notimlipI I
apply 1I11111t imlipI to the thocon const t defenses at severtil severtillamifltll < vcrn vcrnpoint
point III nil III the IflfiinU Tlictc will bu bugarrisoned begacrleoimeil I
garrisoned by United State troops trollplllln tin untier I IIler
tier command of Col ii William I i
Hashlns If c this program is not notexecuted notZecuteil II r r1Jcutel
executed It will lie for or the sole rwunn i
lint tho Otihnmt themselves through
their authorized olllclals rmUMt that 1
the departttro of t lie United States I i
tioupH b lit lolayoil lI lllY t for a time
foriila tim lamina ami tho thirst time tli
heat and the cold the physical torture t 1
and th the montal anguish the hummer
jtbl tibia nets of 0 t heroism that will wllll1evel never bo 3 i
known IIIowlhnt but Jnmi S llrown woo 11 t
Jhrough through it all anil nllllis IH an e 11I111111 < iiml partaker I I
hI n all tli tile glory that thntshllll shall come to tl lint W
intrepid bund bmmndIlSCYViy lit litI
I SeOVRUV OP aou aouIlia 0014liii >
Ilia name Is also associated with the
dUcovery of Rgld In California Ho I
wan one of Oicwe IQAO cnifloycd by flutter
and was on the gcitna when the yellow yellowaaml eltoivsatul i
aaml WCIH wanhcd up from tho mill rare rllreon raceon j
on ° n wutlWB jiromlBes tnd ho left thus thuswild
wild dellrlojis excitement ot the gold golderase gUlelcrnl goldcraze
erase to return to his frIends and lea poopursuits LI LII
pie pieI
I 1prpltic I1IPJ hn p I1 t1l 1 11e UtfltIt t lila I
1 J1IIfH tci III th pursuits of thu fdrm t rni and I
rBitmlnefl tetllnlnrltl to ho and nf hi hidnys flnjs oh time r rI rJ1IIfH
spot whuro he had Hvtd for years and
whern ho delighted Many with wi thm the theRrnphk thelIruipimili
Rrnphk stories of his > r His long t
race has been run and he goes down
Into bin grave In the winding sheet of
his peoples affections and lila memory i issII
will ever bo cherlshod as on oite of the thoprecious thePrOcious
precious Ifcnulus uf the commonwealth
His Integrity never failed Ills Clod or
his frndn and their love for his meat memory meatcry ¬
cry will never pass away awayBlOanAPHICAL asvayDIOORAPIIIC4th
James Hyphens llrown vas ae born in
Davidson county North Carolina July
4 1SS8 It being Independence day that thatmay thatlaity
may havo had something to do with tho
heroic mold Into which he was cast
Ills Iii parents wro humble fmniers and andstock andstock
stock raisers of Revolutionary blood bloodand hilootiand
and of honest principles In 1831 the theHrown thelirown
Hrown family moved to llrown county
Illinois where they purchased nn ox oxtensive oxtensive
tensive tract of land and engaged In Inthe intime
the arduous t task < nf cultivating It
James was raised without the advan advantages ndvmtimtages ¬
tages of an education and but little cl clvllUntlon civlllzntlouu
vllUntlon but whrn he was wastwelve r
twelve years old ho heard a
Mormon Elder by the name of
Pfouti preach a sermon and the result resultwns resultwas
was that he espoused the cause nf the thulatterday the1atterdmmy
latterday Saints shortly thereafter In InMay IiiJuiy
May isiS he wont to Nnuvoo and andJoined andjoined
Joined th tue main body of time Church Churchand Chiurcimand
and on the 7th day of July was hap ¬
tized a member of the Church and two twodays tWOdays
days later enlisted In the Motown bat battalion bitttahirni ¬
talion and sinned for the point on the theMlfMOtirl theMitisotirl
MlfMOtirl river where the olunteerg olunteergwere olunteersvere
were Wag iein nwbollzed He wan mus muslerwl mustered
lerwl In un the 16th and a fen days dnyslater daysInter
later the stwt was made tt Ire was wastrue wastrue
true as steel In every juncture and wan wanalways waitalways
always co o though his iii life has been In Inperil ittperil
peril scores of times He has p per performed r rformed
formed every duty that lay In his hlaoowtr hispower
power serving as a RoMr pleaser and andSncltty andSocIety
SocIety Tslaiid mlMonan and In Inshort inshort
short carrying off thin obligations nf nflf atlife
life lf with unillnohlntf courage aad fld tldell tldellI1e ll llty
ty tyH
H I1e loaves a largo family who w were werevery ro rov
very v ry much endeared to Wm 1dm and aura numl auralistless
l listless > rliMs friends who mourn the loss st sthis f fhis
his society hero Tin funeral will willprobably wtiivrobahh
probably be held on Sunday but the ar arrangtmcnta atritmigenienta
rangtmcnta have not yet been com coinplete1 IT ITplcted
plcted A i
ologlcal disturbance hat teen station etaticumamy stationary ¬
amy over this state eimmce tiic Friday morn
Ing last and nn It Is now nwinic off and ii
In doing so there IB prwlidtfltion The Thustorm Thestorni
storm of f today covers Utah and Color Colorado Colorado ¬
ado and txjiuilderable adjoining coun country country ¬
try Even at Yuma there wa n rainfall rainfallyesterday rainfallesterday
yesterday or JO O of on Inch This tea uaaconsiderable teaCimnitieriiile
considerable for Yuma where lh the total totalannual totalannual
annual rainfall la lens than ties inch inchIn InoheIn
In fact It might as well hav no rainfall rainfallat
at all allmike lkc some parts of the South u
American coast when no rain Ima Imabwn hma hmabeeim
bwn known to fall In the last 100 years yearsCHANGE yearsCIIANOE
Muttox If Jlelillni Called io Preside PasldoSucceeds PresideSUcceeiI
Succeeds 0 JI lloskins lloskinsApoatlM 1oklnsApostles
Apostles John AV WTayhor Taylor and Rudger RudgerClawton nudgerCiawson
Clawton returned last night from Ida Idaho Idaho
ho where they the have been attending the thoconference theconference
conference of he Malad Stake The Themeetings Th ThmMtlngs <
meetings were eme larv and enthusiastic enthusiasticand
and the Apostles enjoyed tlicm very verymuch cer cermuch
much The cht chief f feature of the confer conferonce conferonce
once was the reorganizing of the Stake StsJt1rwt Stakelmrnst
1rwt Ci C II HosklnR who Is becoming becomlniquite r rquite
quite aged was honorably released releasedfrom releasedlumn
from hi his office < > and Elder Milton II IIWelding IiFielding
Welding was called to succeed him himIrest himPreet
Irest Hosklna lias Its presided over the theStake theStake
Stake for IS years and enjoys the love lovoand lovemu
and mu esteem of all siiwbo who krfow him but ha hawas ht htwas
was getting too old for the arduous du duties doties ¬
ties of the ol allIes allIesth t tThe
The th counselors are William H Qlbbs Qlbbsanil Gibbsauut
anil Morant Ward The former has hasbeen hasbeen
been the first counselor In the Stake Stakaptesldency StakepisLm1ency
ptesldency for many years yearsTU

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