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StandDetails StandDdais Method fellod of Securing J the IIcChrislmas Chusttnas Re ReporlWatties ReporIPartes Repar
porlWatties par PavIes Who tVlo Sent iiI Him I111 h Washington JVasIJglol Members MembersOf cmbars cmbarsOllie
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April
Wuhlrwwn W vI hln ton nfl AprI1 Investga InvestgaIon
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wa i bKun un today boforo botlr tho special specialre Ipaclll IpaclllIJlJltfe
lai 1riIt re appointed a1ollled by Speaker penl < er Hen Hennrnldes len lence 1Icndprr
C dprr IJlJltfe n nrnldes nr lds tha membciH memboll of attjmlrItt the thejii thoNnlllt
ce Nnlllt tjmlrItt jii p there tlero o was present ltJont Niels NielsOron Niolsorono NIOIiron
iron who brought tho clmrKCs QhlrE H to tlw tlwattention tht thtalenton th thltflLIGfl
attention alenton of Q UciiroaontutWo npre8eltltVo ItlchurdHoti ItlchurdHotind Jchurdsol Jchurdsolana
number of Interested spec specTim 8ectlot Jectatir
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tlot tlotTlw tatir tatirTI Tim TI llrltlMi lrlt h ship Maxwell Maxwcl of 1713 1713tons 1713tons L713toL
tons f ipt Younff YOhI left let Snn Francisco FranciscoOuober FrLnolsco FrLnolscotbe FrAnciscoOct
Ouober Oct tbe 10 0 for Hull HullMr Bul HullMr
Mr Own was as tho th first frlt witness winHI sworn swornbyilmirnmn IWOln IWOlnby Nvovnty
byilmirnmn by halmILn laIrrflRU Ualzcll Jnlzl The witness wllels upoko upokola pukl puklI
la good English Englsh rigli with wih a sllfiht Danlim Danlimaccent DlnlHh DlnlHhaccent DanlNhccflt
I accent 11 Jo nll nlti > ld that in II February FcltlRIY last lastpatties IRatprte lnt1ruea
patties prte In Copenhagen Olelhngn Ou1Iagdfl who whooPllo opposed 1 tlio tliotrinifcr tholrnsfer thutrIMILr
trinifcr lrnsfer of the DanlOh Dlnl h Went et Indies to tothe IC ICthe tOthe
the Inltcil rnle t States Slolel conferred with wih him himAnd himand him1n
And 1n brought trQught 10 o his hl attention attultollho ha Christ Christpas Chr let letreport
pas a report reportChairman reporlChirman reportLtflltplflfl
I Chairman Dalzell Dalzel u ualled ked vho these thesetartles thesl theslfarte theseeTtIee
tartles Chirman were we The ho witnesn wlneSI mild 8111 they Ihe Ihenre theywere
iere were farte members mAmlers at tho t Danish DlnlU uppor UJ1f UJ1fbouIe UIJPOrL3 upporkottie
kottie L3 15e but ho did dil not think It I proper to toclve torve totve
clve tve their nameu lale Mr Upon mild IRld he hI Ii was WIIHit Wil wasIt
it rve Ircielit resent reJehttho tho rcprcnentativo reprc cntatVo In thin thinwiintry thll thiscujntry
wiintry of these parties partiesMr 1lrles 1lrlesMr
tunt Mr Oron gave vo way WiY temporarily teml lmrl to toKepreteatatlve toi toleprNeRtAtlVU
i Kepreteatatlve Repruenlatve Ia Alexander of liuffnlo liuffnloutio Uulalo Uulalo1M
utio 1M Lo lelrod Jc Ircd to make a complete complet die disclaimer Ils Ilsralmr dietIlr ¬
claimer tIlr r of any knowledge klowlcllo of Christmas Clirlstnmuor
or ralmr the Danish Valish transaction trnlcton Mr 11 Alex AlexMJtr Alexader Alexaer
MJtr ader said Iid ho had hal never er seen seol Christ Christmat Christll
mat hail hii never spoken sl0luI to anyone Inyono In or orout orout oroct
out ll ot Congress as to the Danish treaty treatyend trentyad
end ad sn never heard hord It discussed 1111culsed by ly anyone anyoneuntil anyoneut anyonetarn
until the recent r ccnt presentation presentaton of tim thnBitter thBmltt timastter
Bitter ut to the house houseContinuing houseContnllnr housoContinuln
mltt Continuing Contnllnr his statement Mr Qron Qronwplalatd Oroneplailed Groni1lid
wplalatd eplailed how the Danish parties pnrtos op optoilnf Opefll opoitn
toilnf oitn i sate of the Islands had per perlutdcd persuded periuaed
lutdcd fll Mm irn to come to Washington Washingtonud
ud rd place ptoe ace the thnChrlstmnsrelOrt Christmas report before beforeCongnis hororeCo beforeCcrgrC
Congnis Co r and Ind the public publc so that t tho thofacts thufct I Ircllould
facts rcllould wuld be known Ho told 101 of has having haslrg ¬ I IIng
ing itemed a D note of Introduction Introluetol to toGee I
of Ohio ot arranging arrangingto
0 Gee n Oroivcnor Orov nor
to meet met the latter later In II Washington Wnshlngtnl his hispurpose hil hisprpoe
purpose p > belittr he said nll to cary ca rY out as assurncts nslurtn asjran I
surncts lurtn rpsebelnl ts given at Copenhagen COenhlgtn that ho hoxwld hoould hococ
xwld coc ould place lRce the tu matter mdter before Iniluen Iniluentlsl Inluen
tlsl trcnind Jt ue sal thus bring h log It to the atten attention otel atntcn ¬ I
tion of Congress Conles and the public publ < Jr llr llrOron r rOon
Oron Orn told to In great Ileat detail delal of bringing bringingi brlngll I
th i papers pa rslrorf Wotf Gen eu Orosvcnor GtOIIenm who whottr rhoIIt I Iat
at Jttn J re JflCt JflCtGrt ed q t d Illiit Wt
Grt wd h4dtie u 1 1ttr
ttr GJI biore Bffofi the r proper prop jwotlillthtlll1It rp parties rUQs In ordSr ordSrthat ord ordthai ordArttat
that tuiuble lulable action acton mlitht be taken takenTin takeno1lnulnld takenTb
Tin Tb o1lnulnld witness said that later Ine Gen dros drosVttor OrosInor IrosCOIciudt
Vttor Inor concluded that thntll It would be prop propM 111011 111011tr
M t lo I lay In the th matter mater before the geore georet sere seret seoreUrY
t UrY r of slat This WiS was done don and nll Mr MrOwn MrOMn MrGi
Own raid a ho learned Itlrned that tho state Itate Itatep1rrntheld de dePMraent deunt <
PMraent p1rrntheld unt held that It could coull take no ac action aoon notin ¬
tin on and nd d that the t enulhorllel authorities hero hire had hadla
la i hmtm hmtmOrn to way ny Committed COllmlted themselves themleles to toOron tohmtm toOrca
Oron Orn ink allllhl that after Hen Qrosvenar Qrosvenarwd
wd ii decided d cd d not to tI proceed with the thewtter theIaler thenetter
netter Ialer h he CGrn Gron had prepared a I state statentnt 8tae 8taelunt stateaeot
ntnt for the Aesoolated A800ilted Freds and anI had hadMM heulIktd hada1e3
MM Iktd a1e3 Mr 11 Crane rnne a I newspaper nelspaper man lan to tound tolnd toird
und lnd lomcone from th the Associated A soclntellrelB soclntellrelBh Preen Ireoot
t h > him tn or the statement and nl also alo to toOoOrowenor
0 01 OoOrowenor n Qrosvenor for assurances asuAnces as to loOnms toOrns toOron
Onms Orns standing He le leornci learll later latertnrouRh Intertrugh latertrough
trough trugh Mr Crane that Qen OtI GenQrovenor Orosvenor Oroslenor
CMcago tleag April Apri lThe official ofcia older atdertouio olderIJ1c aiderirLiilo
touio IJ1c ele elMlo tlon Is being lelng held here her today todayTh todaybbe
Th bbe e polls 1115 opt I pned ncd at t 6 oclock o lo and 11 will willdote wil wilclO wiltCOte
dote clO at 4 oclock Tho early vote was wai1rtt 11 waslight
light Irh as had been bten expected expecte The hot hott hottut hottnt
tnt t fight has hl been waged In the First Firstrd
rd r where Alderman Alerl Coughlln Coughln better bettertown beter beterknon betterin
town In many mlY cities clte as Bathhousn BathhousnMn
Mn h running for reelection recleeton against againstfrvld aglnt aglntDvld atinBtDtvld
frvld Dvld L Frank Frank who has hos the support supportof sllPPCrt sllPPCrtot
of the te reform efo organizations Th ThHnk The ThtFnk ThePrank
orgnlzatons
Prank Fnk forces tores have mails mnle many m y charges chargesf chargs chargsof
of f Illegal lell registration registrton against oglnst the thuCourhlln theCourhln theCOUh11
Courhlln Courhln camp and on some Bme of them themWe themte
We te gruid d Jury lute al acted actedfeature acte actedA
A feature featIt of the day In the First Firstwas Firt Firtard Firstard
ard was the thl absence of the regular regularon regularpll regularPOlirnp
pll POlirnp m1 on their accustomed beats beatscomi beBtI beatsA
I A comi camlInl taint was W rs made to the mayor mayornt layor layortt mnyorthat
tt that nt tho t1o t t Idgu jjuiar In policemen WON work workla workhtR
10lccmen I
la I htR fur CoiKhlin Cluhln Yesterday Yelterda the mayor mayoran mnyprbsne niayorhgttd I
bsne hgttd an n order ordl transferring tralstelng the po por p p0lheme
1111 lheme 1 < r Hi tl tir time tme being and nnl bring bringInto brnl
Ing Into l1to th v1rd w T1 policemen polcelen fniin frLm ruin the thei
OUll1 out dl i > d It t who could cou1 have no of ofih att
jl tlon I ih II t either fllhpr came cametho tLnl etinaneeLeH
ne eeLeH l eR tho th vote ott for aldermen ald rmen tho thotlng
dUlen ur r tlng llng for or against tho thoiv
tl LboflhmIT hm iv rr I 1 L township governments
ieln Hhn 1 u I fly The township govern ¬
meats Ienta dY days daysA arc Qr r rdlc > lies ot Chicagos smaller smallerijrn smaler
low ijrn A W i ballot was provided 11 vided to al
IS Oi Ih t votrs QI tr r to pxprRI express Pros their opinion opinionniunlclpol
Irrt1 t1tnrrg lli niunlclpol flunklpal ownership of pub
II iniUti UIIlu > fln ant th the nomination lamllatOt of par
pIe tl caRldI 1 by b direct vote of the peo peoTIMH p P00flTEflEsTrQ
I TEnESTINO TIMH Tm IK I MIL MILWAUKHK MILWAVI MtLWAtyKI
WAUKHK WAVI WAtyKIVIe < I
1InIIUkM WIl VIe Apri 1 Municipal itunlcipaaro Municipalare
elLIIII are nr being held throughout thonghut
VS SOUI IIh
t tuday tuda Great Interest Inteelt cen en
tl1 i th n rontMt fnllAt In Milwaukee after afteric
prh erbr r Ih n ic hottest holIM campaign eamJAIGn MJwnuket In atlr the
I A ALAND LAND LEASING DECISION DEiiON
I at lennp Wyo April Avrl lA decision decisionk decisionnportnnw dlcson
reat mat nportnnw nn rtnnco to toatockmen stockmen line
JUI Inr Jun in k bcn handed handld down by b the Wyom WyomWirB
WirB IUli court COurt It I grew Brw out of t the
CL1 of f
C Cosgrlff Brothers
Cosmf of Fort Steel
said hI ho m know nothing l about It I hut its IIAenld hAld itssaid
said ld Ii8 h wilt IU Informed IltMled thllrlbolt the day da after aCII ho husubmKUtl hosubrlil hostibiiiitti
submKUtl the thl Htntaintnt tnt that the Asso Associated Assodnled Assodated ¬
dated subrlil FIORD rI could ttll not ute It I Aftei Afteiward A Afteiward Cel
ward Wllcl h he fit ettlil 111 Id he submitted HuhlltC1 Ills hl state statewont 9to10mont etatomont
mont to severnl noWBpnpcra nOWlllnpcrl and mora moraor mort mortor
or loss 10HI of It wan 11 printed printedThe IJrlntedrh PrintedThe
The rh witness s thlmd then dMtilled tllfll how ho had hadplocod hnllIllncod haulplaced
ltt
placed the I o matter Intor before Itopresentatlve ItopresentatlveHlchardion Iopresentatv6 Iopresentatv6Icharllon ItopresentutiSOflichurdoofl
Hlchardion Icharllon rind Underwood who had hadBonn hn hnguno liatigiuno
Bonn over OVfr tho pAjitin pAjitinWlmt pelt ptlciHVhat
Wlmt was your purpose I1irP ° In brjnKlni brjnKlniIt
WIS 011 IUrpIS btnlln btnllnIt
It before members melborl anUrd MIIIII Mr lr Dalzcll DalzcllTn alzel
Tn 11 get if1 It I Into tho tht homo and all before beforotho leCoro leCorotho beforethe
tho American Alrrlcnn A people peopleIn
In 11 response relpC1se TO Inquiries 11lUlrics tho witness witnesstook WlnllH WlnllHtook witnesstook
took up various vnrloll branches hrllwhe9 of the rn CIAI cnv cnvHe p pHo
111
Ho HI suld MI lie rcpccncntod those constltut constltutInif elnsttut elnsttutInl NtlBtittitlug
lug the theol no Bale party In Denmark DenmarkHe 16Inarl 16Inarlle
Inl He had nevm1 nor beard hertl nIROrK Rogers make mukoiuch Ilko Ilkokueh makeouch
ouch le a throat Ho 1foc1ot1iCl oMlfl floniol abHolutcly the thostatement thl thestatoiieat
statement tltemtnt that hu h Oron ral bad hal slRiied IrICIII IrICIIIcentract n ncontrnct itcontr
contrnct contr ct with OhriHlmaH by h which ho hoQron hoOron hoOron
wih Cu19tJnl
Oron and Ilogoni JogOrl WCIO were oie to have hlvo two twoIhlrdtt twothlrdl twothirds
thirds thlrdl of Ilt the commission COlmIISI He never neverhad neverhnd neverhad
had made any alY contract conllcl of any alY charac character ¬
ter with wih Christinas ChrtRIMS but the thl latter lator had hadmade haulmade
made over a power pOler of attorney atorloy to him himhleh hlt himiieii
1111 1 Mr MrHoRorH MrHogorl Mrliogers
< hleh Inter tlter he Oron tmn repudiated repulati1
HoRorH jaw an Christina he teBtllled teltictl but butnnro butOICC bittonce
once Hogorl After that Mr 1 Hogers Hogerl lingers refused roru ed to torco tuco toco
OICC Ater
rco co Christians Chrlstna or answer his hil letter leter or orAs 0 oitelegranis
lelegrnms lelegrnmsAJ telegranisAs
As AJ to the Christmas hrl tmaB Interviews Illervlew In InWhich Inwhich Inwhich
Which Christmas ChrlUmnl was inadu 11ce to nay that thatho thutho thattie
ho had negotiations Icgolnlols which Miner Abnr Me MeKlnlcy Mc1iniey
Klnlcy 1 < lnloy which Rlnlstirovi mi Clii 18tlm 1 In his report reportdoolnifd rcportIIIpl reportdcitited
doolnifd had hld been hfllllslgnted instigated by dron dronwitness 0101 Oronwitness
witness IIIpl mid 11111 hn had no n connection connlclon with withthem wih wihthem withthem
them wlns Mr UrJlt Hltt asked ISIH11 him spccinclal spccinclally sleclnelal sleclnelalIy
ly If he know klowhat what prow pre 9 nasoclatlons nasoclatlonsxvero nsnclnton nsnclntonwer
xvero referred to tn I the UhilHtmas ChrlHtnns re reports reo reoorts reports ¬
orts
ports portsI
I do not know replied reple Oron OronHo Oronto Ironlie
Ho referred to the reports reportl that h hQron he helOron hoUIron
Qron to had himself been trying tryllg to ob obtain abInln ohlain ¬
lain a commission cmmlulln for the coin of tho thoIslands thoIllandilnl tutuislnntl
Islands Illandilnl and that tho whole Iholo matter mnter wax waxa WI
a quarrel between Christmas ChrJ ll and him himnclf hImnelt himneif
1 nclf over the commission commtslon This Mr MrIron MrOlon Mrlion
Olon Iron denied dnlCd and nnl In support read a aletter aleter aletter
letter slating that Ihatnnold nn old alliance Illnlco be betwoen betwoen beiwnen
leter stRtng
twoen certain certnln Danish Dnnl h men and olll Amen Americans Amenratio ¬
cans In the fnll tn1 nll of 1897 1 97 won wnl declared declaredoff leclnled leclnledor leclaredoft
off 1111 18 months ICIlhl again alnln He le mentioned mpnlonld the thenames thl thlInmOI tueunlace
or
names InmOI nf f H I H 1 nosers nogers Clms Chnl liar 11 n Flint Flintand Flnt FlntInl Flintand
and himself hlmfe as as the thl Americans Amrlrn Interest Interested IntelAt IntelAtel
Inl
ed at that time 111 In nerotlavnr negololn the sale saleAsked Inle InleAsked saleAsked
Asked el ipeclilclallv IpcltelnlY rcpardinc rclardlnl a state Dtatrment Atall statement
ment mn t In the Christmas report rport to the theeffect theeftect theeffect
effect that ti Jlnsefl JtIWI had 1111 agreed gle d to tl ne nccompllah necOllch neramplich
compllah tho ale tle ttf the ii Islands IsIlnl8 for
cOllch I
10 per er cent of Oflh ha purchase Plrc so money tnnn ey Mr MrQron MrGron MrIrmi
Qron 10 11d ald there wn wal was no such lch a aff affi1 RRtP pji pjiDenmark
n tI tIPttOflIflfl4l
thlI t
i1 PttOflIflfl4l lHdd8Qrl aitq iThtuuit b btiie1 i < UTf cotnoil ntt teuni i I IPclnnrl Ii Ii1eriniark
Denmark Pclnnrl and America had progressed progressednlnlost progrdssedalmost OFr ssed ssednlmolt
almost nlmolt to toalU a KUcfuasf uiti pjeMII cecstiil > onclil n iicitiaipit IU lpn I n Just Justbefore jlit jlitbeote justbefore
before beote the th SpnnlnhWnr Spnn1h inr when they were weredeclared weroderllrfd weredeclared
declared derllrfd off on In Denmark DenmarkMr DenmarkMr
Mr Iron Qrol said ho undertook undettOok to reonen reonentho reo reonentim non nontho
tho negotiations ncotn tonA after ater tho war IVlr Tho Thocommittees fhocommltecl fliecommittees
committees commltecl In Copenhagen Clpenhn en and al11 Amen America Allerl Allerlcn AmenCa ¬
ca had not been heln dlmolvcd dl oled Christmas Christmascnme rhrlwtmR8 rhrlwtmR8clno imnistmnneCaine
cnme clno to the Inlted States In 11 December Dec Decimber1S9 lbr
1899 199 Mr Ir Iron was 1 cloiely oIOel questioned questionedas QIPlolCd
as 01 to whether a I proposition pro10811QI wan made madefor mnlefor madefor
for Christmas Chriltma and Rogers no ors and ld himself himselfto
to divide the commission comml lon He le replied repliedthat rCl11el relliedthat
that there were wlr various Irous propositions propositionsAsked proposlton proposltonA
Asked A ked as a to the threat Ihreft attributed ntrlbuted to toHolers tonoer toRogers
Rogers noer In tho Christmas report In Inwhich InwhIch inwhich
which Hogers ogers was made mn < leto to say sn that he hehad hehnd heunit
had 26 votes vOtM in the thI senate and could coulddefeat coulddeteltlho coulddefeat
defeat deteltlho the negotiations 0 I I t on s Mr Iron said saidlie snldhe saidho
lie never nOler was wnl fl5 present pe lnt nt An Interview Interviewbetween Interviewbetleen Interviewbetween
between betleen Rogers and Christmas Chrlstru
MUNICIPAL MUNICIPALELECTIONS MUNICIPALELECTIONSin ELECTIONS ELECTIONSIn
I In Chicago a Hot Fight Made on Bathhouse Bathho e John JonVottng JonVottngon phnVotng phnVotngon Voting Votingon
on Township Government GovermentMuch overnmentt1uch1nterest Muchjnterest Interet in Milwau MilwaukeeChurch Miwau MiwaukeeChurch MilwaukeeChurch ¬
keeChurch People Take a Hand in Kansas
history histor of the city cl clt ° Mayor Mtyor David Davl S SRose Snose SRose
Rose Democrat t IN II striving strhng for reelec reelection reelecton reeketion ¬
tion ton with wih CJioa Chn Hanson lanson Republican Uopulillcnnand epuhlcan epuhlcannnd
and nnd Howard I0lr Tuttle ute Social Democrat Democratas Demorat
as opposing OPI08Inl candidates Cluuldol Boards of ofaldermen otald ofaldermen
aldermen ald rmen and supervisors 8uler150r8 ami an a circuit circuitJudgo circuitjudge circuitjudge
judge In place of Judge Warren Wlrll D Tar Tarrain Tarrant farrl1t
rain rl1t who woo ao appointed temporarily temporrly to tosucceed tosucceed tosucceed
succeed the late Iate Judge Kugene ugen 8 Kl KlHott mlot 1liiott
Hott lot are n also being 1olng balloted balotNI for The Theweather TMwCRther Theweather
weather wan 0 cloudy and cold A heavy heavyvote heaNYote heavyvote
vote ote was cast Cft early At Madison rtdl on a aheavy ahnv ahoavy
heavy vote Is belnsr blla polled pole and the party partyline partIle partyline
line Ile Is being bing cut to pieces piecesIN piecesIN piecesIN
IN Missoum MissoumBt MJSSOUI
Bt Louis April Apri I Charter elections electionsare electon electonar
are ar being held In many nny municipalities municipalitiesand munlclpaltQs munlclpaltQsnrll
and nrll towns townl throughout the state stae today todayThe tolo todayThe
The weather Is II i cold and unl threatening threateningCHURCH Ihrentnlng Ihrentnlngcnuncn threateningChuRch
CHURCH PEOPIH lFOVIF TAKR A HAND HANDTopeka HANDTOekn IIANDTopeka
Topeka April Allrl lThe he election clecloJ In this thiscity thll thiscity
city ciy today tuny Is for six councilman cOlnelmolJ and andmembers undnuetnbcns ad admember
members member of the tw school sch I board A fair ffllrsized ttlr fairsized
sized Ilzel Vote Is s being beln polled Iloled J R nil nillard ni nillarul
lard whoso son was expelled Xllelcl from rom the theQulncy theQuincy hue hueQuiney
Quincy tchool for refusing reusing to take part partIn lrtII
In II the i llgous Ielglol exercises exetIF s Is a candi candidate candldnte candidate ¬
date for member of the school hool board boardA
A fight fght te L being beln made on his election electon by bymany b bmnn byninny
many mnn of the church people peopleAt
At noon nG It i wu WOl vus estimated eslmalel that thn only onlyO
40 O p tr 1 r cent cent of the registered rglsterpd vote Ioto had hadbeen hld hldbttn hadbeen
been bttn cait In the First llrft ward wlrd both Rides Ridesclaimed RIdesclnlmet sidesclaimed
claimed clnlmet a victory Detectives Deteltes acting actingfor actn actnfor
for the Municipal Munllpll Voters league 1t111 to toported teported 0 0portel
ported portel to tl Chief Chie of Police Polee ONell QNpl that a asang 1 agang
sang headed by a 1 local prize prlz fighter fighterhad nghterh1 tlgterhull
JUII had been organized orgllizetl to Intimidate 1IIIml < te voterl votCrC vot voter ¬
er erl CrC known knll1 to favor n Ior Mr Frank KraniiThe Frnnl FrankTime
The chief said slt he believed 1Mcved the report reportto
to be true and forthwith Issued ued nil ni order orderthat OIer OIerthnt orderthat
that any ay member of tbe Rang nnl or other otherpersons olher11erOnS otherPersona
persons 11erOnS seeking to Intimidate Intmldale a voter votershould Ioler Ioler8hout votershould
should l tue e arrested nrutcd and tasked In ft 1 cell cellIn cehiIn el
In time Central station sllton Without Wihout booking bookingInstead hQoklnl bookingInstcad
Instead of at the armory which Is th thlevee Ihleleo the thelevee
levee police jlclce station Itllon This order H II an anunusually nnUlu anunusually
unusually unllY stringent Ilrlnlent one 011 Up to noon noonno 10In 10Inn noonno
Ulu
no n violence had IIll been reported Two Twoealoon TwnInloon Twosaloon
saloon Inloon Iccpers ljepers were arrested arrsted for keep keeping keepIng keeping ¬
ing their places pllcls open
v VI a I C t Miller MIlcI of Rawlins nawn and Is to the theeffect theerect theeffect
effect erect that tht lessees le e of railroad rlrond land llnd have haveabsolute hn haveabsolute ve veabsolute
absolute control l of the > alternate IUern tl gov government go goernmelt governmeitsdct1on ¬
ernment ernmelt ernmeitsdct1on ernmeitsdct1onCosgrlfX section sectionCosgrlff U n nco
Cosgrlff co ja Brothers BI cl have h v for tq years en el been
LAST EDIION EDIIONIIulng EDITION EDITIONgrazing
grazing IIulng sheep on tho public publc lands lants In Intho Intho inthe
tho lied Desert Je80rt In II the wcstorn part of oftho ottho oftutu
tho state Ilnto and In several locrll yours YrllllO nio Miller Millerleaned Mier MierleMed Mihierteased
leaned a J largo < trout of er land Ilnl from trol the theUnion I timetimiloti heUlion
Union Ulion 1nclilc 1lcllc in 11 that thn neighborhood neighborhoodWhen lolghlolhood lolghlolhoodWl
When Wl Vh n Cojgrlffs CogtJ1 sheep dtruycd on ot to toMlllora tl toMillers
Mlllora MIIr unfenced untrle11 leaned IOl l land he hebrought heroulht hebrought
brought roulht unit lul for trespass Itesl which was wasHiitalnccl wnslutnlnel iasuitained
Hiitalnccl lutnlnel In II the tht loner ocer courts The su supreme supreme enpromo ¬
preme court colrt has hll nitlrmod nlhlnud this thll opinion opinionanil oplnlol opinionutlil
anil 1111 although allollh It I did not nt pass JO upon thu thulUOHtlon theluoltOI thuuiuestiou
lUOHtlon luoltOI of iKtit of way WI over t1cr Icattd Icattdrailroad lea ieaedlutliroad t
railroad lIIIoud lands It I In I thought thu3ht that the thodecision the100lalon thedecision
decision 100lalon will wil have tho effect eroc to oxcludo oxcludotrtopatnlng oxclulo oxclulotllp uxcludotrtspnsiiug
trtopatnlng tllp ullnl to any uty extent oxtult upon leaned leanedunfeiiaed hJaQLtuntenoed loosedUtitenoed
unfeiiaed railroad Ilroal hinds that Is a 0 par parHod purHoh persob
sob leasing haflnl mUroml 1llloalt land 111 ucqulro IcQulrn In Inyffoct II intuffect
yffoct absolute control to all ni the alter alternato ultoruoto utterunto
nato govuinmcnt gOlllent sections neitlaimTho H sectionsTime toIS toISTho
Tho effect eeel t of the decision Is to urao
tlcally tcllr give Ille Miller MicI entire cllro control of the thoImmense thehll theiininnso
Immense hll l180 area IIel of land Ilud contained cOnalnld In the theItcd theHeel tueIteul
Heel J pesIt Boit and In which thousand lu nnd of othnd ofIind
head of sheep Iheoll are now no grazed grnze belong 1 llnl
liijf Ilg to a 0 number uurler of jlfferejit dlrorelt mono numSOLDIERsTcfUED monoSOLDIERS menSOLDIERS
SOLDIERsTcfUED SOLDIERS KILLED IN INRAILROAD INRAILROAD ll llRAILROAD
RAILROAD WRECK WRECKPretoria WRECKPlolorln WRECKPretoria
Pretoria April Apri 1 Thirtynine Brit lrlt ¬
ish Koldleis loh1018 wore killed 1101 ntid 1M 45 Injured Injuredn Injurcllil
il n tlllonl i I railroad wreck Wcll Marcli Mllch 30 near nell liar 111
horton Trancvaal flon8VIII colony colonyIxiidon colonylndol coion coionLondon
London lndol April AIrl AprIIlTho 1 lTho Tho war olllce olce In Inloportlnff Inreportng inreporting
reporting reportng the railroad 1lroall wreck nt harbor IJaibarlotii UnlbortOi harbortori
lotii tOi Trnnsvnal 1rllsnl colony merely letel ray I
that thlt It I was WiH ncclUentnl nCCl ellll The victims victimsneutly vlolms vlolmslurly victimsmwuriy
regiment leglmcJI neutly lurly nil 01 belonged to the llampulilic UOIIIMhho UOIIIMhholeglmcJI Ilamnpshiiuregiment llampulilictcglmont
SI5NATK SI5NATKWashington fl flWnlhhuton S ENAIi ENAIiViteiiitmgton
Washington Wnlhhuton April 1111 1 IAt At time con conclURlon concllsion conelusion
elusion cllsion of roiitlno tutnG business busliess today the thefiemiln theIwnol theaenuto
fiemiln Iwnol resumed consideration conliderton of the theoleomargarine theoleolurgurlno theohoomorgarino
oleomargarine oleolurgurlno bill hiI Tim debate of tIme thuday thoda tImeday
day da was WIS opened oelclt by Mr 11 Heltfeld Hclrelll of o Ida Idalio Idaho IdaIto
Ito In II opposition OlllOsllol to the meiisuiv Ilel IUI the thereal theronl thereal
real Interest of which whllh he said snll woe WI to todestroy
destroy I0troy the oleomargarine oteomrttlrlno Industry
Uelng Being a I farmer titmer himself hllsolt ho said 11 hi his hisuympatlilos hil hissympathies
sympathies ftpathles naturally nUIUrll were cre crf with wih the thedairy thelnly timedoiry
dairy lnly IntorestH IUItt but blt hue hI realized ralzed that thut nil nilof ni nilof
of his bi constituents oun ttuel1 wero lr not farmcrn farmcrnand tnrmcand farmemimtumid
and ho felt It I wax 18 only just ju t that he henliould beIhoull honhmouiW
nliould Ihoull present rLClt tho CactI faiti n ma u iua 11
believe uolUIC that Ihn oleomargarine olemamurlna liver fler would woulddisplace wuulddlslloce ivoniddisplace
displace butter butllr In the market lLkot as those thosewho thosewho thosewho
who could afford Irord It I always would IIoull pur purchase purchul jnmreiittso ¬
chase chul butter buter but lIe charged chled notulth notulthHtamllnjj notwlh notwlhatunlin notwithatandimig
Htamllnjj atunlin that Ihlt fact that Ihlt ah effort erort was wasbeing wnsbollg wasbeing
being bollg mado malB to drive the tll ojeomjfarlne jleollKurln jleollKurlnIndustry
Industry to the tl wall wallWashington walluousu
IOUSI IOUSIWashington uousu uousuWashington
Washington April Apri 1 1The The house hClse to today today today
day resumed rNluled consldurotlon conslllr ton of otthme the sun sundry sunIry oundry ¬
dry Iry civil clllaPIIollrlnton appioprlatlon bill bil with wih the un understanding UI onderatanding ¬
derstanding that thatl11lrl general debate deblte which whichformally whichformalY whichformally
formally formalY cloned yesterday Isterdl should be beextended beextenled beextended
extended to permit Mr Itoblnson JoblnlJ of ofIndiana otJllnn ofIndiana
Indiana Jllnn and Mr throw 00 of Pennsylvania Pennsylvaniato Ponnsylvlnla Ponnsylvlnlato
to address Illdrl8 tho bourn bournMr bouseMr houseMr
Mr Koblnuoti Holinuon dlscused dlacusel the passing passingof paslnK paslnKof
of the house housl as R a I deliberative delberatve body to toWhich towhlell toihich
Which Mr Bell el of Colo olo had addressed uddrcsnedhlmHMt allhes addressedhitnetif d dhlnlf
hlmHMt hlnlf yesterday limo fenate which whichnow whichnow ivhichmiio
now iio pcrferted Jlrflrtell legIslation Jlglslnton he com complained com1lalnldwnH cornphained ¬
plained 1lalnldwnH wan dominated Ilolllltl by b thirty Ihlrt son senators 8tnutora sontutors ¬
tutors representing ropleslntnl 15 1 states stlies with wlh less lesspopulation le8BIJOlulnton lessIopuiatlon
population IJOlulnton than either 111ler New Yoik YIJk or orPennsylvania 01Pen orPennsytvitnla
Pennsylvania Pen lvnlo The prenont rlloUI condition conditionof condltol
of affairs ot lr In I the he house hUl so he said all was IS due dueto dueto dUeto
to the concentration comic < oncnt nttettipn Iiton of all ni the theMr IheJ theof
of t IILJIl thiutlloueeidtbttjluonStL thiutlloueeidtbttjluonStLMr 1111 eb3 ItI h e eI Yr
I 0 0Mr
Mr IllIWmn GroVv Or dlfcusicd JI U8 ed the theelecting qUllthlld1t qUllthlld1tel quentipnofelecting
electing el clng senators elator by popular lOIJlnt vote He Hefavored 1 Hefavored
favored taVbrld a I constitutional rOlstulonnl amendment 1Cnllnelt for forthat rOtthat forthat
that purpose Ilrllose At A the conclusion conclullol of his hisremarks hisremarks I Iremnre
remarks the bill bi was read readfor for amend amendment amenl amendmont ¬
mont Ient under tnder the fiveminute fJlnlie rule ruleJUJT rUleJUJ ruleJUfT 1
JUJT JUJ EJCAPED ECAPEDAAJJ1HATION EJCAPEDAJ EJCAPEDALJAYJJNATION
AAJJ1HATION AAJJ1HATIONSt AJ J AJ JJNATION JJNATIONSt
St Petersburg loteburg April Apri 1 lThe Tho police policeprefect polce polceJrotect policeprefect
prefect Jrotect of Moscow M Trepoff Tr por had ha a anarrow annrrowolcapf anarrow
narrow nnrrowolcapf escape from rom assassination asassinaton yes yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
terday While Whie receiving visitors visiors n ncovornos nCOVOrOS agoverness
governess COVOrOS named Mier Allart Alart suddenly 8udden drev dreva rov rova
a rfvoher revohIt placed Its If muzzle Ilzle nt lt the theolllclfilg Ihelolnl8 theilleints
olllclfilg lolnl8 breAst brelst and Ild pulled puled the rigger Irlller IrlllerThe triggerThe riggerThe
The weapon however hOItU missed fire tre In Intho Intho Inthe
tho subsequent exoltement lolemenl the woman womantried womantrhd womantrlgd
tried to escape cscpe but t WAS Wl8 arrested It I Is
believed beleved that the attempt atempt was wa conneo conneocd conneed
ed with Ith the recent student slldpn stqd pt troubles troublesIlusslnn IroublesRnMMlan troublesuhIsslahi
Ilusslnn Cnitnln CaptalmiKllls Kills n Ieitci I4ielltorutznt I4ielltorutzntSt leltCInf leltCInfSt nt ntSt
St Petersburg April Apri lWhe IWhie the theMlgoroil the1lgoro thelgorod
Mlgoroil 1lgoro ¼ < regiment rtglment was WIS parading parallnr on the thebarracks theIJ4rlckl timebarracks
barracks IJ4rlckl square Qlle at lt Klcit Ief K1e yesterday yesterdayCapt ycster yesterdayCapt a aCnpt
Capt Cnpt Bofronoff 80tronor shot and nd killed II d Lieut LieutOrodskt Lleut LieutOrodaki
Orodskt for mallsnlng nnlgnlng the I formers formersfamily tormersfamiy formersfamily
family famiy T
flrrat Orclt Dfiinnc OIUnJ Mr rPloQJ rPloQJChntlnooll Flood FloodChnttnnooB ViooulChotiminoogo
ChnttnnooB Chntlnooll Tcnn April Apri 1 IThe IThe100d 1Thehlood The Theflood
flood 100d damage In 61iel Shuelbyvilie helbYlla > yvlle and lied liedord UII UIIord liedford
ord counties counte Tennessee elneee Is estimated estimatednt esUmlted esUmltedlt
nt lt from trr coin one and a I half 10 o two mil million nl niillion ¬
lion dollars dolars Relief nelet committees commllee are do uloing 10Ing
jn Ing everything oler lhlng possible o 8Iblc but ttiarp Is IsKieat Ismeat isgreat
meat suffering sleerlnr niul mil assistance will williave wi willhave
have iave to be ectifed ectifedHundreds Icutld IcutldUundndl ee1mtedhundreds
Hundreds Uundndl of families tlnles are lre homeless homelessit
it i being Impossible Impos lbl oven at ot this time lme to toKlve to1Ie togive
give 1Ie tho correct Iorr ct number Many MalY hone houses houlP honePM ¬
es P went down con In n the current curent The on only ony only ¬
ly y death reported re oriedi wore three negroes negroesThe IOgroes IOgroesThe negroesThe
The damage dllIRe damnogeto to 0 Ifarrlman Jflrrlman Is estimat estimated ¬
ed nt a a 200001 200001PAENGER 100000PAJJENOER OOOOOP I 8lmt
PAENGER PAENGERTRAIN P PAJJENOERTRAIN AJ JENCER I ITRAIN
TRAIN KILL KILL THREE
Topeka ICon April Apri 1 1A A speclil sp c1 to totho totho tothe
tho State Journal Jourlal from St Mary lry Kan Kansays J < anJ anJ8as
says saysThree 8asThree 5035Three
Three persons p rlon9 rer el er0 Instantlykllled Instantrklell and andnnothrr nndanother amidnnother
another perhaps pehn Ps fatally 4tlI Injured tljure short shortly ¬
ly after afer 1 oclock nlle1 hIs morning mornlnl at atHands atIJolds atItoilds
Hands IJolds Crossing Cruln two miles mlel west w lt of ofJlf pfnrISIII ofItoseville
Jlf nrISIII Itoseville Bvllle bv tim Union Pacific Poclle passen passenger passenger asRen asRengel ¬
ger gel train No NQQ 8 westbound westboundTHR we9t westbnunulFuR ounll ounllTUB
TUB PEAP PEAPFred fE PEAPFreud P PFred
Fred Smith SmithKdwanl Smih SmihTtwnnl Smithithvarcl
Kdwanl Ttwnnl Smith SmithMiss Smih SmihMiss SmithMiss
Miss Minnie Malaey MalaeyMr Maln iTalneyMrs y yMrs
Mrs Fred Smith may rccovir nl nlthough nlthouh olthough
though at 9 oclock this hll hi mcmlng mCtlng she shewas shewal hievmms
was wal still tl unconscious tnronRrloll and was f In im a ill illIrloul do dollrlous dolirious
llrlous Irloul condition rnltton Mrs If Smith WAS WASmarried WIR WIRlarrl vusmarried
married larrl last Inlt Sunday Rlnia mil Miss lsIMlnnle lsIMlnnlealnpy Minnie MinnieMnlney MinnieMains
Mains was wnl to have been inntrlrd tnnnlrdlcxt tnnnlrdlcxtSlnlll next nextSunday nextSumnuhas
Sunday Slnlll to Kdwarjl BmlOi nn nnt ° ne of ho thomen themen homen
men killed klpll Ecwat The ymihg iing1 people apl had been beento beeT
to St Marys MIIs to II attend ntn a Woodmen Woodmenilanee Woouhmenthonco OollmfI
ilanee and were returning home when whentho
the lhi accident nccltt nt occurred occurredThe orcurrelfhe orcurredrue whef
The bodies of the kjliej Were terri terribly terrlbly ternbly ¬
bly irmncled Miss Mnlneys head wns wnscompletely wnscomlJotd inscnmpiotely
completely severed from her body
Roth the horses were linlnrftly In tllrttly VH10 VH10nnd tslll liiItJmuid I IItnll
nnd the carriage w was 19 s snllntered The Th4engineer Th Thengln Theengineer
engineer engln did not fee the carrlaga until untilaftor lIntilnttfr Untilafter
after the th engine had struck struckIf struckIfOr It ItDr itflu
Dr Thomas Dunn KnelUli nltll Dcni DcniNewnrk OenrlNework DendNewnrk
Newnrk N J 1 April 1 IDr Dr Thomas ThomasDunn Th ThQmasDunn mnll mnllDunn
Dunn English I died dl 1 early ear today tOllli tOllliDr
Dr English won i v writer of some somenote 80mehotl somenote
note was widely known a ut as the e author authorof
of Ben Rolf RolfHe nolLHe foiLHe
He nan born In n Philadelphia PJIla 1tlphl < in 1819 1819rind 1819Intl 1119pnd
rind woe graduated from the University UniversityOf
or Pennsylvania Pt 1n8yII nll as It doctor do < torot ot rnedl rnedlcine medltine mediCine
cine In ISIS Later he studied law and andvan nndrUI andwas
van admitted tq the Phllndolphla bar barHe barHc barHo
He engaged In journalism In New York Yorkfrom Yorktroml YorkZroml44to
from Zroml44to 18 4 to t 1859 1S5 when be h caino to NeV NeVnrk Ne Neflrk Nesck
nrk to practice medicine He was a amember 1mcmbpr amember
member of the theNew New Jersey legislature legislatureIn
In Ht36t He served two terms termlln termllnCongr In InCongress inCongress
Congress u from fromNew New Jersey Jerl Jerseyi
i
Collins Trag Tragedy TragedyStill dg dgStia
Still a Mystery Mustergt
t
Officers Cannot Throw AnyjMt AnYrVgl1tllpolI Upon It 1 7t Inquest Not Noti NotExpected Notrpcclcd
Expected to 0se 1IscId iq < i Anything AnythingMurder N New New1urdcr 1i i iMurder
Murder or Suicide SuloldeI I <
1
hrrt It
i
Tho county attorney was busily busilygaged en engaged cngl ¬
gaged gl lft this morning having witnesses wltnesscasummonod wltnesllelUIIIIIIOl104 witnessesiutmitnonod
summonod to testify tell U 1 at tho Inquest Inquestwhich InfullItlwhich inqueCtwhich
which Is l now being held heldn in Justko lusli o ocolts NI NltU NltUeons J JOIl
eons OIl court Over r the lie body of Samuel SamuelCollins Bnmuc1he Barmiue BarmiueColIin
Collins CollinsTho ColIinTime
Time first act of the Jury selected wltC wltCbe WII WIIbe wilt
be to view vII tho remains and then hea heatho heathe hmeathe
the testimony tesl1lenyaf of time various variouswho pelIIOnll pelIIOnllwho petnrmSviio
who were ero on tho scene of the thuvh IlIy1 IlIy1when tmagchwlmen
when vh n the body bea WON removed from time thrfcave thrjCOIU timecave
1 1As
cave caveAs caveAs
As yet t tho opinions of the th authorities authoritiesoto
oto greatly divided J1vJ d 1111 s to whether Col Coltins C Coh1 Coh1hits l
tins commlttud suicide 8u lda or wax lI1urlcrli lI1urlcrlicr inurdcr mnuruler4en i ier
er Some of thouo tho who ncre iir lncln inelind inelindto < fd fdto < f
j jto
to the former theory mat night noW nuleXPIOlli ngWexpress noWexpress
express a belief that the igcl lgeIm man manwas mmmiiias u
was murdfrcd Probably ft majority o of ofIhe of oft l lthe
the t polleu imol ice olllcers hold to the t itt Hitlelda Hitleldatheory lIulcl lIulclIheory iitiicltltitheory
theory but nevertheless they admit admitthere Idrtlthero admitthere
there are many timings that point to tomurder tomurder ri rimurder
murder und they are followlm up wltft wltftgteat wltfBIunt with withatoat
gteat euro every over semblance of a aKarly tIUt tIUtJoarly citmtRaniy
Karly thin tnornlner Oillcera Oillceraand e ttob3tII ttob3tIIand ltolreand
and Olllesple who have worked workedIngly untffii untffiinsly timmtRsIrigly
Ingly on the case went to the twins urennof lIeeiiof
of tho tragedy troc d for the purpose of makV makVIng In immaking k1i k1iIng
Ing a morn thorough ana IIy uystemmio uystemmiosearch systtnuiiuSeaicht t rnltll rnltllleulch
search for tho missing clothes grIm rip aifd aifdthe altdthelmlte otlulmite
the thelmlte knife with which the deed menuS IIIII1CUII IIIII1CUIImltled comA coirtmltted comAmitted
mltted mlttedAs
As A some of the ofllcero ofll ert nay the facts factsleading factsleading lIctltleading
leading up to the killing point i inl to mil mildie ciiicile ut utcl
die cl h but after that thl1 lluy i rOln flint to rntir rntirdur intmrOut tI1urdel
del Tim duvclopments dUlclo IMnta of today tOdlLylIhc tmdyimotthat jihoW jihoWthat > J Jtha
that t Colllna possasntid JlOBI S8 d a very y sharp sharpknife shrsfknlte sltrpknife
knife and all u razor Offlc Omcms iH Qlllesplo QlllesploAnd
And nd Roberts were Infotmed d this morn mornIng mornIng morning
Ing by persons J1 rS nD who wero aniuulnUtl aniuulnUtlwith 11 junlllttllIth ti tiwith
with Ith the dead man InI1 that seveial seve iii days daysago dnYilago daysego
ago CollIns exhibited a knit > and to toconvince to1Ollvlllle toconvince
convince those whom ho talked that thattho tl11ttho ihotthu
tho knife had a remarkably keen edge edgehe edgehe
he cut a hair with It ItWhere ItWhrrf itWhere
Where la the knlfo If he h killed him himself hhi1ti hhi1tiself imimimself
self with U whut imut did hv h do with wlthltl wlthltlSOln It ItSome iisome
Some of the 1IlolIICII Mice lice think It unite probe proliyable prolJIIble probeable
able that he thriW It out lit of 0 tlm tIm cam camand ri cumioand ft ftand
and thut some toy Lo picked It up and un Is Isafraid Isotrn1 i iofnniI
afraid lo tnnke hut fact known knolll1J knolll1JI kflownClldP rj rjClyde
Clyde I < p Woodward told D I < t oiVS oiVSchafe otlWIhu1 eiohuH
chafe huH thut un one on ocnslo qn slo I i m Iollln Iolllnlirousht I oUJfJij oUJfJijJrought oiiii oiiiilii
lirousht lii ought n razor to town and II tilt ml hadU hadUshflrpened hll1 11t Itt Ittslumped
slumped Hi naked n lell Clyde el iylC le to HhnM HhIW HimmtviIiilnii
him but the boy bo mid h nuts of alii aliiwould c cC
1 C would cut the old gentleman col collns eolln eollnre ol olielied
re ielied ld ta nays s Ih lime lay It t fl1 1 IIIri IIIri4Itribl1 I d dipm1t
ipm1t r tin uiidJt4 11 pEg iii nIiolaii td It IiL IiLI
fr1 >
4Itribl1 I tAIIi1l1al fmi rJkl
1 1 111 1 hI hi 1 zor Q Qiin
lns iin I I 1 1 roijllcd rolmii uI Nti I havn hav ntier nt u let us lot lotIt 101n Iumit
It It I I Is nriued artm ° mI fom C nitm ills that he then thenrnntpmtilntixl timuimIun I I
rnntpmtilntixl Iun temmuin I II niltrlil mmmi ill
Odlcer orijr r OlllP9plf ollli > lp > i feels feol l somewhat put putout putOllt iuutalit
out by II n statement r ptihii1ed > ubllfl < ed In the thera Ihorauers thisracers
ra racers or that he h said > u boy bl1 told Mm tm that thatCollins thatollinum
Collins hod tried l tn brio lJrl f hln hi tie
buy bu to lIU III him 0U 1111pl spl nays ho honever hftnever heneep
never inato mrh a ntatetncnt amid this th1no Ih thisno
no one ever fold hIm such a thing and andhe nllthe alithe
he wants the > error corrroUd corrroUdOfllcer Iorrrcttdomrr eorrcctidomeer
Ofllcer fllllesnlc returned from the thecave Ihet1110 therave
cave at noon and tBed tnl d that although althoughthey I1l1hou ahttiouiithey h hthlY
they had searched the place again againand ngllnnnd againend
and has hn scoured the th surrounlng coun country C ceuumtry UI UItr ¬
try tr they thus had ha l not discovered anything
that would even serve as a clue clueRKijinvn cluemrmB clueu1IIjI
RKijinvn u1IIjI u1IIjIlteslulenmla IT Muitnmt MuitnmtItcslilonlH IUJtmmItrMhlllIM
ItcslilonlH In Vicinity of Tragedy TrnltldThlnlc TragedyThink TrnirnljThink
Think Collins ColihnIns Was 11M Slnlnfnr Rlnlntorllunl Rlnlntorllunlnesldents SinIn1ortfutnnyResidents Monoj MonojResidents
Residents In the vicinity of tho Warm WarmSprings WarmSprings WarmSprings
Springs hang to the belief that Collins Collinswas Collinwas
was foully fOIlIl murdered and that the mo motive motlve motive ¬
tive was robbery robberyThe
The fact that he was reputed rep ted to be bemiser A Amiser amiser
miser and that two suspicious look lookIng lookIng looking
Ing men were seen hanging around Ills Illsplace hI hIJ1ln hisplne
place J1ln e cither either on Monday or Tucsdiy Tucsdiynight Tueed1YnIght TueediynIght
night lead them to bellevri b lJevll that Col ColUna CotIIns Colline
line went Into the th hills to get getmoney hs hsmoney hi himonpy
money prior to his departute that he hewas heWI1S helulg
was followed there by b his murderers murderersand
and subjected to torture for the pur purpose PllrpOlle ptmrpose ¬ I
pose of forcing a confession eontes lon from him himas hU
as to where be Ie hid his money moneyThat OloneThat moneyThat I
That the bruises and cuts on his hisbody hisbody hisbody
body were inflicted before death dell III re relieved reo reolend rehiescd ¬
lend his sufferings there can hardly Inr lly llye <
be e any doubt The cut above the left lefteye lerte lefteye
eye > e and the cut In other parts of the thebody thebldy thebody
body indicate that they were ere Inflicted Inflictedwith IlInletpdwith inflictedwith
with a sharp Instrument probably the thesame thesame thesame
same which ended his life lifeThe liteThe lifeThe
The majority of those who saw th thbody thJody thibody
body and noted the marks upon It and andwho anc1who andwho
who visited the cave arid made an en enomlnatlon pxnmlnttlon cxamination
omlnatlon of the same unhesitatingly unhesitatinglypronounce unhesitatinglypronollnre unhesitainglypronounce
pronounce the suicide theory as nb nburd liburd obcurd
urd It would < I have been ImposslblA ImposslblAfor
for the old gentleman to have bound boundhimself boundhlnselt boundhimself
himself so tightly and on then lnflctfi lnflctfithe Intlletec1 inflctethe
the cus cuss In his body cut his throat an nna
r PI PI08e
iposo 08e of f tho thofji tl ItJJil ttunuamijat a jflfftjln jflfftjlnH l yln ylnI
fji ii I u irmntifli irmntiflice Olllln immummImf1iiib I tt IO ioCti ioCtiCe 1W1t1y1I 1W1t1y1Iee
ce of it It h lmbchlforIt1t1 tt Mt Tt 111111 H blit blitI
I 111 that It t mItO 1 li bomly f ttiviht dll1 i bound bounditly Iiullllh bounulhmtly
itly h wh wIlen n It WIJrl1It1tI trpIt1 t pm It Ito ito
o hilling lull mu 5 nlneti nlnetige ulnc Ii imtc rlhmo < 110 tlflltlmoI1 ttit Inmotmy tJt tJtnelliell it itlimecase
nelliell ge differ tllCf I ojiithnt on hmmut point but ho I the tUoot theCl
ot that Hie th t tmmi brtdjr b l1r hrtfl bctn bound boundtn boumnulill
tn n IlclothtM clothes tin itn n tightly tl hlly iy that Hut Hutirkn thllnrl ti1iuimhts
nrl irkn lefj ly tin I h roll indicated Indkn te thftt thfttJio thltlltld thmitIitl
Jio had wen bound with rl tIm u roK tor larger largerjulmn lor him rger rgermimi er erIlln
julmn mimi that fmuui 1111 < mul > him cnnhot 111 11 I10t be beICmiputcd h hJ1ut beNi
ICmiputcd Ni J1ut utt uil dlhl ThM lim is upppirnncrwns u pluourmi mmcc W Vfl II i ithe Caused Causedmf nutedthe
mf the sftclllnir PPllrtlllC6 of thfl t thm I I b6dy y after U Ubound ttYUM itVim
YUM Vim ii bound m tilt > tluhtl tlhlliJJW t iglit ii v Jnhl I a ii is luftth I iteathimugglos luftthelex th thrUIlrlH
rUIlrlH elex nnd III the prCcRiiW tirQ CIIII Nmmpt drag difWhim illnlffur drag1mg
fur him out of the pav lfl1ji > j ilia time II lIO rojw be beSlum belliI liemmmc
Slum lliI partly untied untiedLThe UntiedPM Untiedliie
PM LThe liie hI lde dea that I hafl hnIJbeCIIUVIntell been lidvrtrtted a Hint Hintijjb thlltIIi timit timitr
IIi r buiphir knife outid about 89 yards yardsroni ynrlsormi nlltf
roni the t hi cave 010 waa Uic Iii h Olio with which whichJntllns wllichntlllls ivhticimimli
Jntllns ntlllls imli imis killed k hlmsalf Im Is g tho merest mer tmmors lt t kind kindjf kindro iii al alrot
jf rot ro He U I I n could not fltm t liivc hit vtu out cit t litH tHroat tliroatiVlth tHroatIth thmtoum t tltli
iVlth ltli tlmt linlff niv I1I1t Inflloto flnch tllchn tllchnt a aiuiid aoutmul
t und in Halt a Ci doiten dJ en thrus tIl IhmnmksIe Ui c Re Reles PcIdes
tit Ides les not a 1 trace of bipodwns blpuy wnlt une found foundthp foilnulI UI1il UI1iltit
I thp tit knits ufid it Is I mint t1 t kn6Urt that thatt mntWI1R thatWOM
t was found near tha tim cave CaV In fact factf MIII
f II had been It Is rrnin than likely ll < ly lythe
ltbnt I tmat the person who found jt It would wouldrailed VOlildItn
p live Itn railed uttentlpn tothn o lift factIlls tdbtrllra fact fnctk
k rllra Ills inyftterloui fact remaJiis ral1 IIJl1s and andnt nndjIlltll ciiitimmts
jIlltll nt nlinoHt conclusively ontIU IVIIY tom to murder murdorn ur 1or 1orI <
Jul n I knit with whlph the tlo moody dY do d dlYnn ItillAcomnlttlj iitt
tt lYnn illAcomnlttlj hs cnmnilttw5 Ims not been found It Itnot Iteti
8 not Ih the ran > for or Ofllcer Ome r HoberN HoberNchwl noberty htumbertmYetirhul
y Yetirhul lifCI1t chwl every cter Inch In h Of tim thOIIt1re place and andnoved ntHIr1lOed omitmovtl
noved viry parildle of locus QOS dirt dirtor ulirirot
rot or over three hourshe hours hI starthod hrchim cl for forimc forml forspIns
spIns > imc Instrument With ltl1 which the cut cutmid cutlhI cututmli
mid lhI l 11011 ls < e bent L AJ1 made but found none nonehe nOMhI
he nifl nl 11 l mans vpllse which he h Ruard RuardJ nUBrtlwith guaruljid
jid J with such IU < 1 Ihfilauu care and nil liln lilnlOtMnit hll4lot lmI lmIn1Othingm
lOtMnit lot lntt with the 111 xccptloil of n bloody blondyrnndkerchlef bloodyIInllterrhlet
rnndkerchlef ft collar a pair of sums euspi rusn sumsrndors
pi ndcrn n r hi HOcli sod nnd nll nhoefl b have ho a M Msrtrrlualy astTecttmrmhiy t tEffectually
Effectually dlsappfarefl c11 ns though drop drollnod dropItoh
nod Into a bottomless nil The lnllt lnlltlcn R mmttCfl t tfifeen
fifeen tCfl of olthe the all8e nll e was when Clyde Felt FeltIttirrlnd IeltlItIec1
Ittirrlnd 1 rrIOd It up the mountain for the th nd Idilin o3I
lifian I ilin an on Monday People are now no a ak akI k kJlfiftlie kI
Jlfiftlie I I fttlte w the question What Wrts in that thatMllnc thalIINI thmtlIne
Mllnc lIne that rollln uiitI should watch It Itwth ItJthfluch ItJilt
wth Jthfluch Jilt such core corejR cnrtM cartri
jR < tri M < < Woodward thfl th ISyarold 5 nrolct son sonf 11111r mcmif
f P H Woodward of 968 west Fourth Fourthmith Fourthfluth Fourthmlii
mith Mirrt wns an Intimate friend of ofdead OfI n nI
I dead It I rnan and 1m h say he wa wnll with withIns with01l1nl1 withnlinpi
01l1nl1 Ins both liii Ii on mm flaturdav Sn I it ria and fiundiv fiundivnil 8I1nll 8I1nlluet I I Itiml
nil tlmt on Patimlay nftnnoon nft ronoll fol folln ni nilN I II1H
ln I1H lN mid h wan going oln to Kutrar HUlrnrtl witut witutii ni1 ni1n
n ollrlorn iii l1 pt rornu sam motiv that t was ns Wing owing1m wingliii
ln > fir Iltlrf tljr timrpt rtjaeiim 1par Irl ft U b llevcd bII el that thatrolMtttd thlltiP hitC
iP C rolMtttd Ioll l rtflm 5mne IM hut l tow < ow muoh can canturn canii
1 I Ii ii i fifiitI o tllrfIVfJt iLt rturrmet turn turnnr t U ne II IIiN
iN I f ueneAhy 11l1l1 Il bi t I Il I1 i iii
ii it I l 1k t PtUIttW ijlJ h t titit tititp 1
111 nr p IIP was wn anp Inlt to Olleet tho me melnown 1nOI mnePnnmm >
t lnown throuphou throu houl Mi hnel hm neighbor neighbora bblr bblrh
h t a ° viio 1 utq tniud nf freely
AGAIN WLD5HjS WIELDS WIELDSNt HfS VETO PEN PENMqyor PENMayor PENMayor
Mayor Thompson Disappoves Disa Oves of Resolution R soluU n Passed aj t JpeQiiJ JpeQiiJouncil fpci1Council peqia peqiaCouncil
Council Meeting Regarding Rights of f City and Canal CanalCompaniesWhy CanalCompaniesWhy an 1 1Companies
CompaniesWhy Companies Why the Executive Ex uUVe Dissents
Mayor Thompson has again exercised exercisedthe ex tclfd tclfdthe
the veto rower nnd returned retUrt w without withouthis
his hmi approval the resolution passed by bythe bythe
the council In special session on last lastThursday la lastThursday t tTllUrsdny
Thursday which provides for the four fourcanal tOllrcnnlll fourcanal
canal companies joining the city In the thuwater t thevater u uwater
water rights of Utah lako Amid nl1 tin tinJordan thlJordan tltuJordan
Jordan river upon payment ra elt of JlWQ JlWQfor 1600for iO0for
for each cornpany and also IsQ fqr Install Installing InstallIng Installlag ¬
ing a pumping IIU 1Png plant at ills Q outlet of ofsalt orMil ofsabj
salt sabj lake lakeTho 11 ipceThe e erho
The companies com nle Interested In the pro project prQject project ¬
ject arc the East J qat Jordan South Jor Jordan Jordnll Jardan ¬
dan North Jordan and Uqh and 8nl 8nlLake SllltLako SaltLake
Lake Canal and nl Irrigation companies companiesThey rompanlesThey companiesThey
They agreed to pay Pll the city UtO 1MO J each eachfor eachfor eachfor
for an Interest In Its water appropria appropriations ¬
tions of January 17 and January Jon Bry 301900 301900and 30 1900 1900and isooand
and to join In suits to protect said wa water water watee ¬
ter rights The city In return was to tojoin toJoin toJoin
join them In the erection and an main maintenance malnteuance maintenance ¬
tenance of r a pumping plant nt the out outlet outlet outlet ¬
let of the lake to cost about 0000 40000The 0000The OOO OOOf
The f e mayor mn or basui hjs disapproval 111 ot otthe otthe ofthe
the resolution on the report of City CityEnglnwr CityEnlfilleer CItTngIneer
Englnwr Kels JCelley y on the coat of the pro proDoted proOted propoled
Doted propositions U lIe states tat s tbU U the ther
r
Vomitr Woodwnd nni examined bv bvChi bv1hl inhuM
Chi huM IfUon In Hi lottI tteffloffice ttem Omll lait laitpRhtwrid II1 InstnIhtrt t t111VI1tli1pll
pRhtwrid the lint ld lIIptlllpd ntlted come of ofthe otIIIl ofthe
the artlci found nor the cave a athose 111I 111IthoRI astimoce
those belonging bGlon ln to Collins Collinsl Collins9tYli
1 1IXQtHW
l IXQtHW 9 9Former 9tll T Tiit > vn MTOPSY tTfq tTfqJoorll1f v vForumiem
Former r Onlnril Orllpr11lr Orulerultnthuh tr thl < Afternoon t
jrjnltcr Hold JlehllUt Iflst Night NhhlThe NightThe MchtThe
The Inquest t over the body of tIme late lateSamuel laloSamuel lateSamei
Samuel Collins was ordered to be held heldthis haldthll1tt heldthmi
this thll1tt afternoon rnllon In the oftloe of Justice JusticeO JusticeOINlellon
O OINlellon M Jlelson and the th result of the theInvestigation theInvestigation theinvestigation
Investigation Will I III have much to do with withthe wllhthetuture withthe
the thetuture future action of the authorities authoritieswith
with reference to the mystery
Under Ilndertiie the direction of County Physi Physician PhIIcilln Physiclan ¬
clan Mayo an autopsy was performed performedon
on the body last night and according accordingto accordinto
to the thestlltelnentll statements of those who ho Imu Imuthe hodthe ha hathe
the matter In charge the bruises brul 8J on o oCOlhiiis
Collins body Indicate strongly that ho homade boIIInde bemade
made a struggle fitrUr le before death The Thecuts Thocut Thecuts
cuts I and bruises bru SeB were not np > rently rentlymade renlvIII reittlytnade
made III ad 0 after death deathAn detlthAll deathAn
An examination of the gaping wound
Inthethroat Inthe in time throat shows that the th jugular jugularvein Jugulnrvelnlos jugularrein
vein velnlos was severed and that death was wnsdue wasdue IIS IISdue
due to tho loss of blood bloodAs bloodI bloodIts
As 8 regards the cut Dr Mayo saysi
Death must have resulted within a
few seconds after the cut ut was mad madand inauleand nnilland
and If itho ho had cut ut the gash himself the
knife with which he did It would un onuloubtelly ¬
doubtedly hate been by b his side as he hecould heeould hecould
could not possibly Jlo slhl have retained vi vitality Vitallt vitailty ¬
tality tallt long enough to hide It or even to tothr tothrOw o othrbw
thrOw thr It away It there was Wl1l1nO no knife
In the cave when It was opened then
he never committed suicide sulcldoThe sultllIcTII suicideTue
The man was evidently ehl ntly In good phy physical physlclI ph phelciul ¬
sical condition before he died but his
left eye e ey had hllcthe the appearance of having havingreceived hnvluifre havingreceived
received re elVt < l a blow If he wns murderol
he was probably knocked unconscious unconrclouifirst
first and then his throat WAS cut How However Howeler however ¬
ever that was It It I evident that the thethroat Ihethront thethromt
throat Will cut after he was In the thecave thecowil thecave
cave cowil
city clth cltyimia1rcau1pxpend t hoi already altclll expended the turn lumot of ofJl ofi01l4 J I
Jl 19 i01l4 nH In n acquiring Ulrmg the right ABd ABdthe 1111Ihe pul pulthe
the mayor ma r In Illot of th the opinion that th thcanal thc the thecanal
canal c nnl companies eQII1 al1lt should be made 10 10IIIoro n jxiy Tti Ttimore
more than th huhi 11 JCOOO for or an Interest In Ulfl Ulflamff 1119lIam lletuamp
lIam tuamp amff Thoy hov or should pay III A mtm more In InPrP6 InPlIJ inPrptU
PrP6 PrptU > Uon tIto t to ° I1 thf lie amount actually ex exfieridVUby e efJcmiffU cxutit444b <
fieridVUby fJcmiffU tbb thticity city The mayor how however horCler howeyer ¬
ever Ticartlly i rtH4f1prole j approves of the ronipa ronipanloi conipaes
Cler nloi II ell Joining 101 n I the city cll In defending Us te
title U to o the th IIIeijJte Wntqln Vatiiu
RJUJ n WnlolllhlSOOO > e PMrnplijc PII pit Ir plant matter he e la n of
th thdopinlon < f opinion hit 3000 the citys rlt city 8 aportion pro
portlonof portion of the expense > Is entirely too
much to q expend on nn experimental
proposition proJ 08It1ol1 > HD he qonplders Qon ldpr the pro
1Jt Jssiiosel I Ho IJOIICII cJ scheme If the pump Is In Installed Inslllll Installed ¬
stalled slllll mid ill 111 the wiu water < > r is pumped out
bolow loW iot water it would oulll necessitate necessitatecontinual nlCftSIlAocontinual necessitatecontinual
continual pumping below th the > low lo wa ¬
ter terllnl line especially It the precipitation
would not be sufficient sufl1cl nt to raise the lake
to the th mark commonly known aj the thecompromise t thecompromise e ecomproml
compromise e leyel The waters flf ttl lilt
lake for the past few seasons have nut
touched tlUC d lime he compromise level Hence
ho ponslders the e matter too much In
the th nature of an experiment
The veto will 11I be considered by the thecounciltonight theoounclh the000neiitonlght
counciltonight oounclh tonight and It will decide decidewhether desldewhether decidewhether
whether or not the resolution shall b bput be bepIsed beped
put pIsed d over the sam
W SVthI4 LIJ MAI Aki flQIflRY flQIflRYAtIoilaI NQ Jity I INntlonJ1
Motional Otmvtltolc Ountll OlllrclfI s Wnnt Wnntiiiiilco WI aui t n aji QJI QJI11ltllco 9i4111111CC
iiiiilco AjWiutlni AjWiutlniThe MCOlUtlllJrhe
The following r MiLler orti ltroJII from National NationalGuuid N Ntlonathumtiti tonl1i tonl1iJulin
Guuid htwdiunrt hllII < IUnrt ni r wan rtll Issued IHA c today toddyii i iI
I A t boon of ofodlers olllQcro will convns convnsntithf CJIW9nnt c0vnPAttht
ntithf nt tlt armory In InAnll halt Lakq Ink City on onMonday CII2dOnula HInta
Monday nta > April 11111 7 100 or an goon there therelifter thernt timr0nfter
lifter nt I I as practicable to tnko evident evidentUtid ovllollUtJII
lund JII l1lt If possible po flilip fix the reaponHlbllltV for forthe forthll fartime
the los os of cortaln etudes uttl I1I of ofordtutnce ofordtutnceStoreS ordnuno ordnunodtorpa e eIIlorr8
StoreS for which whh h till government of the thestate theIItlllp theCtIe
state of Utah Is nmotmtable also to totuk totuk 0 0take
tuk tcititnony an to 0 haw certain arti articles IIrtCll4s artitiLes ¬
tiLes of ordnance became In an unnoi unnoiM uner1I1 uneorYlgetmblo
M Ylgetmblo 1I1 ftible condition and report conclu conclusions conoluMnn cCtmoiUShOtiS ¬
sions and rfcommondntionu rfcommondntionuDetail
Detail 1 t411 for oi the bonrdCapt J 7 A AOrfMiiiinvBid AOrlentRI AIrtuenuwald
OrfMiiiinvBid Lieut W V a 1 Wlllliun WlllliunLieut Wlllllul19Lt WihtIanisLied
Lied Lt ut Luotnn A Ray
II Second Menu 0 00 o W V Limt Limtconiiony 1llI1tCPI1I1IIny IilptCoilihififly
coniiony A lli 1Irit t Infantry Inlllnlly innntryis la hereby herebygranted IHlrCbIrr liordi liordiIrtntCd
granted Irr nled a lanvc of nlmenco for a I period tlrloet periodof ii rlml rlmlof
of thi lutO o months ending May MnI6 K ItO UOJBy ItODr 110Iii
By order of till In oommanderlndlilof oommanderlndlilofC1IA8
C1IA8 C lAS 8 IU 1I1n1O 1I1n1OMjlltnntctnornl 1flflTOIdjutnmitChqnornl RTON RTONA
A Mjlltnntctnornl Mjlltnntctnornlormm djutnmitChqnornlOTIIhIt < ljutantn nornl nornlOTIIKrt
OTIIKrt OTIIKrtThi 011111ij8 OltIHB8Tho
Thi 11 tOldwl ol ID wins cirdsiii wore Issued to today to41LY toftom ¬
day from national guard unrd htttdauartcri htttdauartcrililtub
liltub Coon Colonel l Kdwtrd J 1 lIar1 Kerry l Is hcie hciebV hCleWg1llnloll hoteb
bV Wg1llnloll b gftntod a lfav I n of abtwnco for a pr prlint pltrI juerlout
lint I of tllm en days I II yB dating from today todaywith todllwith todaywith
with permission J1 JI1IJ Bloll to leave the state stateAt stateAr tnteAtall
At Atall alt election elect IoU held by y company K KIlifnntry oJ1lr hFlri
1lr Flri 1 Ilifnntry ut tloilntlful n IIitlf l Utah on oni onIMtlrlfjl ontautuTty
IMtlrlfjl i March HO 0 1W2 Corjiuial John Johnwas JohllIJullttll1 Jointiundttt
IJullttll1 was elected 6oonu lleuieimnt lleuieimntThis l1l11I8ntThl lisutetirnitTitle
This olllcrr ollle will bo oboj oboltd d nnd rospcct rospccted
ed ti uciuidlngly uciuidlnglyPREPARING ILecoUlIglyPREP accuidinglyPREPARINC
PREPARING PREP ARINO FOR FORA FORATELEPHONE A ATELEPHONE ATELEPHONE
TELEPHONE CONCERT CONCERTGeneral
General Superintendent 1 D 8 Mur Murray Murray Mtirray ¬
ray of the Rocky Hock Mouti MOIIllVlln n Doll Tclo Tclophono Telot1honu feb febphone
phone company will malto n serbs of ofexperiments otIJXll ofepetimemit
experiments IJXll tlmeutp as soon OH Organist Mo MoChilian MoelQllan MoClufta
Chilian is f ready for him with the pine placing pinefng plaobig ¬
big of megaphone telephones In front frontof
of tho choir gallery III the Tabernacle TabernacleThere TilbernucltThele TabernacieThete
There will bo tOur t ur or moro of thesa thesaInstruments thesInSlruments thie3itistrumenuts
Instruments all connected < with a trunk trunkwire trunkwill trunkwire
wire to receive and conduct tho com combined COI1blll coinbitted ¬
bitted blll llltoul1dll bound from limo organ Mr Mur Murray 1I1urtny Murtoy ¬
ray do hoes s not apprehend aerlous dllllrul dllllrulty <
ty I mid remarked today that It woo woomore lnlImorf wasniore
more a tuestlon of ndJUNtntcnl CldJII tntcn of in instruments iniutrurnetmts ¬
struments than anything elm cl e Porno Pornostudy 8011I0gtudy Sotimostudy I
study will have to tobogIVln bo given to UK tit titamoter litntl1 ittlitmieter
amoter ntl1 ter of tio roniiaphonis o the iistanea iistaneathi l ttllC ttllCIh1
the > phones should bo placed from each eachother eneholher eachtlmer
other and the angle of otthe the axes of tim thamegaphones thoIneJttJ1l1onlR timmegaphuones
megaphones with reference ref rsICe to a a baso
Him When phones are satisfactorily
located with reference to the organ organthen orcanthen organthen
then the choir will bo b considered consideredAir ortelaer < l1 l1Mr
Air Murray Is confident that when whenthis whenthJ9 Whenthis
this Is done a series of Tabernacle tele telephone telephone telephone
phone concerts may mll bu inaugurated to tolie tolie
lie heard h arll with satisfaction at any one onntelephone 0111tttoIel1hono onettlephmoue
telephone renter nl ror or for that matter matterall
all over the entire system Take a Sun Sunday Rundill Hunday ¬
day afternoon or evening for instance instancewhen Instnl1owhen instancewhen
when the cortimcrelal use I etl at the wires wiresIs
Is tlic lie least and not only unl nil nh Mho Mhonewspaper Ith Ithn8wfpnper thulieisiflp5r
newspaper ofllccn In Utah Idaho Mon Montana MntnM Montuna ¬
tuna und Wyoming could b b6 beto treated treatedto erltef1
to a Tabernacle concert but thofhews thofhewspapor thChewpllper tlmonesvnpaper <
paper oflkis ot otoOlotll Colorado lJCQull1bp < could bj ii con connected connectfd connected ¬
nected on M wet IVt1 and nnln a treat IUII t musical t1lll kl1 kl11UIII11101
function nlvcn lint would bo heralded heraldedall h rnll1ell rnll1ellall
all over the h haUfliedl3otes United 13tntc
<
ItNUA TiUQi1 1 1ralllf <
Granite ralllf Stoke Orgiiiilzatloii Holds HoldsKmlon JtoldsHcsston I1obtJiessIoii
Kmlon In n Fniinurs nllI1Jr8 Uiml UimlThe flaitlThe ItI ItITho
The Sunday School union of the theUnviltc theOrnnlto theIrajilto
Unviltc Stake was held hel l In the Farmers Farmersward Fnnnersward Farmersward
ward meeting house Inst night Supt HuptGeorge SuptOeorge SuptGeorge
George M t Cannon was present but butSecond bUtSecond hiltSecond
Second Assistant Superintendent llp rJntellllenl Wil William WIIlIam Wil11am ¬
liam Dradford took < charge chargeThe chnr chargeThe e eI
I The slnelng was conducted by 4 Clar Clarence Clareneo Ciaronce ¬
once K Walters of tho South Cotton Cottonwood Cottonwood Cottonwood
wood school schoolAfter IchoolAfter schoolAfter
After stating that It was not objec objectionable O1jeotionabie ¬
tionable tn have till minutes s of tim thoschool thfscho1 timschool
school rend rent before etoro thu rendering of tho thovecond thopcond timesecond
second song Supt Cannon announced announcedthat nnnoullccthat
that the annual Sunday school confer conference canterInce conference ¬
ence of the Stake would be held In Inthe Intho intime
the Sugar House church on June 8 SIn 8Ire
In the theological department tutu Ar Articles Articks ¬
ticks of Faith were considered under
the direction of Douglas 9 M Todd ToddIn ToddIII
In the Intermediate department the theIook
hook of Mormon was taken up and In Inthe Inthe inthe
the primary lessons In Church history historywere
were outlined outlinedTlie outlined1lo outlinedTime
Time kindergarten department was wnsentertained wasentertaIned wasentertained
entertained with short stories from time th
life of Christ ChristKlder ChristPlder Christl1lder
Klder Ward B Pack of the Sunday Sundayschool 8undoylohool Sundayschool
school luperlntendency of Summit SummitStake SummitStoke umrnllBtoke
Stake wns present and IInl addressed nddr 8sed the theunion theunion theunion
union for a short time timeTho timeThe timeThe
The sinning at the next union meet nicotine m meetlug ot otIn ¬
lug In will be led by h the Taylorsvllle Taylorsvllleschool TaylorsvJlle8chool TaylorsIilesChool
school schoolVenrn 8choolcro sChoolegro
Venrn cro > Commit Three Murder H HPhiladelphia rJPljllllllelPhln 1 1Piliadelplmia
Philadelphia PljllllllelPhln Piliadelplmia April lWm Lane Laneaged InnlLief Laneigcuh
aged Lief 35 n colored servant employed employedat
at Clias S Furbash at 652 52 north Fif Fifteen l llfteen lf lfteen ¬
teen street today lodn shot and killed Mrs MrsKtleu MsJlien rte rteJ
Ktleu J lIon Ftirbinh h aged 4 42 years ears and her herdaughter herdaughter herdaughter
daughter Madeline aged nle l10 < 10 wars nnd nndprobably nndprobubl andprobmmhiy
probably totally woundHl Rlotue J loB Fur
bush aped n ell 7 years another daughter
Jane made his escape era He had ha been beensuspected beenlIulIPClttd beensuspected
suspected of o stealing money mono from his hisemployer hlaemplocr hisOpmplOer
employer and whena when a warrant was wassworn waseworl1 wassworn
sworn cut today by b Mrs Furbush nnd
Klol mohe e WWI on the third floor of the
house and Mad tDlInl < line was on roller
skates In front of the house After kill
lug In tie lie mother and onl rataly Injuring one onechild onechild oneciiltd
child Lane called rnll Madeline Into tho hall halland hnlltllII hailnnih
and tllII she hl followed hIm upstairs to the
third story where he shot her In the th
head He then ran dawn stairs and andmade nndIIInfll antinrnule
made his hI escape escapaThe eSCall6The escapeThe
The bodies oolll < of if Mrs Ir Furbush Furhu h and
Madeline and tho Injured child filoluc Rlolllwere itolsWere
were found by a policeman who had hadgone h8t1tJlltI imeduroiw
gone to the house to serve the warrant
on rnnc rnncThere fnneThere 1oncThere
There was W 8 a colored servant In the
kitchen Ironing when the murders wore worecommitted woreCOlYllT1IU1 Irenecommitted
committed and when the policeman
questioned her she cnld she 11 had 11 not
hMnl the shooting and IIn l did not notN not I
tim thellnDArture departure of Lane nt The ooroner
has taken charge chnr of tho house Mr rr
IurbiiFh lino not yet It been located by II IItlte
the p PilUe Uv and It Is stated 1that < that he h hIlQne lies liesgone s sRime
Rime to N 8W w York ork Lane the lOur ¬
darer who was tims captured at Camden
N J this afternoon had ben cm cmployed emIllod cmplayed
played by the family tor about two twoyuars twCQjt twOyears
years Qjt His home Is said snl to be In In1tfnton
Trenton N J JLun JImtne
Lun wa was nll brought back to this city
and locked lp In a cell tit In the city
hail
Inlrr Jnllutftll InlcrsmtmskmSlwoting titlfl Klinollng Mntche MntcheKansas MnthesKansas tntoheInn911S
Kansas City April 1 1The The second secondevent secondIenl secondevent
event in n the tenth annual tournament tournamentof
of the Interstate lnter lnto Shooting nsMclatlonn nsMclatlonnmeet
meet the nitro powder handicap took tookplace tookplace
place at Blue Itlvcr park today tOltO Jt
> rue scheduled to I IJfI b n sixteen bird
i ace 10 10 entrance end nd under undelUte he con ¬
ditions the th t Participants shot b llccor according llnll <
to tho handicaps assigned Q8 IKlIld them In th lie
grand Aliwlwn handicap which be >
aloe tomorrow There were upwards o at
sod 00 entries anti because e of tho long list
Il Is likely that the race will be cut to
12 birds before the second round Is shot
The nitro powd powl1el r handicap must be
finished this evening In order that the
grand American fcumllcp li6lniltc may have an
open field lIel The weather condition to t 6
4i tT TIttAVtrable wv tevorabhe
l ace a ceMccein b y yf 1 ent t t
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Transvaal laliYaalt Tral2scsaal81T I
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SM1 81T jfR and lIii Vctatey jJilrCp I fa Io L 4fcc1 ccl I chargeMlila djwih iftcbf lililat1 Opc OpctafoiNofSiispatWed Opcabus
afoiNofSiispatWed d abus i Nd Suspoi Siispcidtd led Dc Villtrj Villfers J gld nds in in Flag of ofTtnco ofitiicc i
Ttnco lr1 ca Ashing ilsI inq for or Tarms Tarmscuss l lrzI1sejfors llsAlbotlslq C4lm1kctizy Ii q 1 cl llI to Dis DisClSS is iscuss
cuss Proposal ll for oI r Gwenl sllrrCll Surreiidcr
2tl li
Pratorld Monday Jfarch si sident 31lrelll
dent Steyn nnd Ion Delnrey hav be bttlll ii
located und a mKtlnir nl Unlf between thorn ttomRlIII thornanti tliomnnd
nnd Acting Vro tIolhlent < dent Bchdlkbuigtr B hftlkblll < r U Ucollected I IO isOiiuCUttuth
collected O tlCtl1 1 to li I urronRwl without fur
titer delay Jit tIII In 1 rtported rlurt I that len
Hollnv will also Jittund ItUmud Itu lid tim aonforence aonforenceCominatinnt OJIltottnceCOllllnUhllllIt nonfeIenoeCotmmtmiinjnlt
Cominatinnt Miirs M Its Imii hnlllnt imfl 5unt nt in word
thou IllsopmniftilJ hi liii 011011111 will tiilt 1 by b the
doclslonot the llo n hiui r 1 gowrnment gowrnmentCommandant lIovemmenlCOlllman govfltmnentCoinnmancjit
Commandant COlllman at1t D Pi > Vllllew who > hUll
licon oioratliief lmth 1 lh Iflniborley IChllberl < w djB 1 die 1I1 I
trlct has hn sent sei In u ilnff II liaguf tlt of dues UOV ask <
Inrf lor or terms termstflm f fThe rfh
The fh pones movement mOIlln 9nt liowjvir how 4 IWfpllt
no way intfifere Int Iterecl < l ivltli themlflwn Iheml HrlttibIIt tll11 fl nP l >
eratloiu
The fim Urlllsh are arong nilri tlll hWettji c CIiI CIiIl i
l
cal Special ot1 to tho News NewsProvo NolisProvo NewsIroV
Provo Apilf L 1A A petition IloUtl n was I II pre presented preseiIlUItO prosentumut ¬
sented seiIlUItO to tho commlflslonera Cotnl1ll sloncrs of Utah Utahcounty lItnhCOUIlIYithhl UtahcotJtitytiii4
county COUIlIYithhl this morning asking for a fran franclilso tll1l1chf framiolmiso
clilso chf o fprrullrfnd t r rruiiaut rullf l1l and telephone lilies linosalong liliesIdong itiiealong
along ho county COUn ty roads The Th Ufa hifeof of the
franoiilse Is set forth In the petition t tttlon as
being 76 years The routes ot the pro proposoil propose1 proposed
posed lines He < between bot ween Pnyson ln lan at the theHouth theHouth thesouth
Houth and I rJehl Ah I to the north In addi ¬
tion It U proposed to build two roads
purollelled by L the telephone line from fromu1
u1 t Pjovo to Utah lake one no over time tlt Provd
bench lenhnisd and ono Or opofttrouj ihroucJi Lake LlltoVIQW View am and
Vineyard It U Isthie the IntarjtlOn fntolt < 1tI to too toopernte opernta ernto
the toads by blcctrUity the th storngj
battery lystuin 1 l5tuntieimig tjt11 belnff utilised no motlva
iiower luwer Work on oil the themew new lines U laprom prom ¬
iced Red as soon after the thor grunting IIUnKot of the
franchises as It Is possible The TMcot cost of
construction con tru tJOII and equipment Is let lettorth forth
as half a a million dollars
The 111 imnKH of the petitioner are aroI
I Itccd Bmoot Jesse Knliht l < nlll1t C E LOOS OOSIl
I arid anflS Ofl1Sgtn Satnu4t ln1 Jt Thurman
Th 1hrj county commlsfllnnoin took tbokth tho th
i matter undur advisement the general
I sentiment however in that the thonees neces ¬
sary Oar franchise frahl will bo granted I
ELEVEN ELEVENMEN MEN DROWNv DROWN I Ie IIN
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I vV j > v e INA IN ASHIP A SHIP CQLLISION
t
morning near Nab lightship between betweenthe
the channel passenger Alma and am the
lirltlsh chip Cambrian Princess Capt
Roberts from Peru for Antweip The Thenttci
latter nttci sank immediately and eleven of
her crew perished pori shed The Alma returned
to Southampton badly b1dl damaged
The collision occurred lit 1 230 a m
during foggy weather The Alma
ttruok tho Cambrian Princess on tho
starboard quarter rlpplnfl her side
r
1I1ko jl 1l 1 l hf r I 91ji yirj fli1 nd ndMvora
uiiiiTfJ Y WJIt mIIi fitJtI I 1tt
hors veft w wehauied li > hauled on board theAlma the Alma
L Ly > y means of ropes rop 9 The atenmera p
bows irene badly badl titove III
Tho Cambrian Prlncens was built at
Southampton In 1S7T She was of 1275
tons not register and was owned by
W Thomas ft Co of Liverpool LiverpoolMAXWELfc lIverpoolMAXWEI LiverpooiZ4tAXWf14
MAXWELfc BELT PICKED UP UPLondon UPLondon UPLondotm
London April L lA A Deal pilot boat
reports having picked up a life belt
marked Ship Maxwell She also caw
boats marked Maxwell
i
NO COUNTY COUNTYHIGH HIGH SCHOOL SCHOOLReturns
Returns Received Up to This Afternoon Jhow Jw That ProposiJ Proposl Proposltlon
lion Has Been DefeatedSuperintendent Defeated Superintendent Ashton Favors FavorsSubmitting i iSubmitting l lSubmitting
Submitting It Again
1 Tho returns already received roc lvelt by byCounty btCount byCounty
County Count Superintendent ent Ashton ot the thevote theIote hetote
vote taken last night on the thema matter r of ofestablishing orelIlnbllshlnG ofestablishing
establishing high schools In n three die districts dietrichi ¬
tricts trtCtll In the county count Indicate that the theproposition thoprOllONltlun theproposition
proposition has been defeated In all the the11Istrlcts thedistricts
districts It Is thought that tho only onlyobjection ollt olltobJecllon 0111objection
objection to the proposition was thatIt that thatIt thatIt
It would Increase tho taxation The Thereturns Thereturns Thereturns
returns RS received I Ilro re as follows followsFirst foiloweFirst
First 1 lrat dlslrlctDrftpcr dl 7 for 21
against Klvctron 23 for or 3 against
Kast Jordan 21 2 for 19 against Union
6 for or and 27 against lllufldalo III uttl1n 10 South
Jordan West eat Joidan Iltitlcrvllle and
Crescent precincts have not been heard
from fromSecond fromSecond
Second districtMurray dltrlct urray district 21 2 11
yes 41 no Murray rurro district 25 14 yes
U
Ina the norlliVYOBt I1Onli i lI t districts of lh lhIt fM <
Oranie ornnf Rlyflt COlotu 0iOtm wh t It u b
llnved they the hnju auont a thousand of
Ort a n Uonuta men f h within the cordon coriiumjALIIOIVF 1 1i
1 i ALIJOUT8 OAfiLfii IKACIS tt Ma MEBTINO MEBTINOUoldeiburff Mt 1tiTINijIlokhelbumtg mNJ mNJItohlsllUIU
Uoldeiburff It TJNmwpeil tanv rinsvofti aJ Monda >
March 3l Conimunliint C ltl1Undil1t Alberts aiiul alhi aiiuuIIt
a mmtlnp Of < limo ho 1101 moots in bU Itlsdl die ¬
tilt to tnko place tt 3 tnlhs toil s evt am of I Tin r flu
Sptlniifl af1 lnlln Ktfitloil lit ItlcmhdItIBIt9 In Iiiminlsr drdop to lltcuas tin its itslrbhimAl
prraisHI Irb Si111t1 for II < fiBonerii Ii it glt1 gnmerl rlt I suf tllltll1hI render It II Itnn Iitumid
nn nlll ki tint I 1lfl Cleim < ItnVHaiiH HOIIH 1 Botha aot haN gum gumincited lumnailed summaimed
incited a BltrtllttV 111111 innliuiu meeting dt Amster Am ler ¬
dam damnA
damA I
A party of CIllt lust jiiitabulntjfniid < buIIU1i alJdtltlth alJdtltlthftcoUhl anti natUj natUjflcoutw mmatiiescouts
scouts wan tmlI18htl1l1Pllr rttnlltialind m tmmtr > ar here Marnli
30 Hlx 111 < of tim fitirty were wetlIIJl iter killed Til
Hoere cluOdtl iiurwit iiurwitHummaorn IlurltJltHurtunaOllt iimmruItHttrrundturs
Hummaorn HW 11 octurrlntf dally In Ilu h hi
SIanheitomi ln tontJItrll1t dmtrlat
RAILROAD FOR FORcUT FCRUTAHCouNTy FCRUTAHCouNTyReed UTAH AHiCUNiY AHiCUNiYi COUNTY COUNTYvr
vr vrReed
i f fReed
Reed wTmoot Jmoofand and Associates ssocl tas to Build One OneBeWean B I3iwaii weaI11ehl Lehi and andPay50nWnr andPyson1ll
Payson Pay50nWnr will Cost CQ t 500000 5ooi soocoofranchikAsked ooFranC FranchiseAsked i f n L ske l For ForReady forR ForReady
Ready R adto to Begin Work W rkt
JO no Murray district 2514 2B 14 yes and 14
no Taylorsvlllu nr nrvllln and South Taylors
vllln not reported r port d
Third districtHunter 12 yes es and 1 1no 3no
no Granger districts 4G C nnd 59 and
Pleasant Green Ore n districts have not re rea reaported ¬
ported portedMr
Mr Ashton is of tho opinion that time
districts not heard from will nearly all
be 0 against It It Is his Intention to ro rosubmit roosullmlt rosubmit
submit tho proposition for or another vote voteas votoRS voteas
as soon an the returns are all allIn in
The residents of East Jordan voted
In favor of levying a tax of m 1t mills
for the purpose of raising a fund foe foja
a new school building It Is proposed
to erect an 8room building to cost costabout eastabout costabout
about 10000 The proposed lax would wouldraise wouldralBo wouldraise
raise about 5000 > and the district has
2000 on om hand anti It would be n Mt nece necesony fei feisary
sony to borrow J3000 to complete th the
building The v Vote ° t ° OI > levying the tax taxwas taxwas
was 2S 2 for and 19 against
APPROPRIATION APPROPRIATIONFOR
FOR FISH HATCHERY
1
Special to time JewsJ
Washington D C April 1 1Senator Senator
Bard from the committee on fUlierlcs fUlierlcsreported fielmeriesreported
reported favorably tho bill of Senator SenatorItiwhins
JUwllna making an appropriation of of4K0
JKO 4K0 for time establishment of n fish fislhatchery
hatchery and fish stations InUtah InUtahSenator In Utah UtahSenator
Senator llawllns presented In the sea senate seaate ¬
ate a number of petitions from laboring laboringorganisations laboringorganIzations
organIzations In Utah praying for the theenactment theenactment
enactment of a law for the further re restriction reotriction ¬
striction of Immigration to this coun ¬
try
PENSIONS PENSIONSPensions P1lNBIONSPensions
Pensions granted Utah UtahiOren Oren J Rop Ropers Itogera ¬
ers Salt Luke City J10 10 renewal wl
flow Sarah C Payne Salt Lake City
III 2 Idaborlncrcftse Idntmor1ncr tse Enoch A White
halley 30 V2pmlnrOriginal JOB
H Tnntum Soldiers Home Cheyenne
10 Increase Michael F Maloy Ther Thermopolls thermopolis
mopolls 3 3 d1PATENTS 3PATENTS
PATENTS PATENTSPatents PATENTSPatents
Patents granted John W V Morehouse MorehouseRait
Salt Lake track wrench H linry > nry H HKlnsey Ifhinsey
Klnsey Shoshonc Ida oollmwable box boxCharles boxCharles
Charles Baylor Coi > r Wyo clover cloverpulling ciOVetpulling
pulling attachment f for r grain threaLen threaLenIDAHO threei4ersIDAHO
IDAHO PQSTMA8TKHS PQSTMA8TKHSIdaho POSTMAST1IRSIdaho
Idaho postmasters nrpolntcd nrptulntedIdahO nrptulntedIdahOhera Idaho IdahoB
B hera rn Bear Lake 3 T Iil igby by sico ce Rob llbcrt Robert
crt Kunz lendalij Oneida Maryllor Maryllorton Mary Ilor Ilorton
ton vice M ENcllson Kcllson resigned
a
HAYE WILL UCCEED NOYE
Special to the Now NowWashington NeiveWashington
Washington D C April 1 1Time 1Timepresident Tho Thopresident
president has decided to appoint A U UTWO 13TWo
TWO SHIFTS NOW NOWQalucy tossQulucy
Qalucy Makes Chantro eiigo Today Will WillJlavo VI11Jlnio
Jlavo New Foreman ForemanSpecial ForemanSpecIal
Special tothe to the News NewsPark NewsPark
Park City Utah April 1 Foreman 1ForemandIk ForemanMlk
Mlk Harrington ot the Qutncy resigned roe tg eu
Hayes of Ogden aa tlx thm successor of ofJudge ofJudge
Judge Noyos ut Nome Alaska AlaskaDr
Dr S H Allen nod wife of Provo Provoare
are In the city cityhis cityhts
his position last evenIng and though thouchhis
his successor has not yet bten appoint appointed ¬
ed It Is understood that Hugh McDonaid McDon McDonaid
aid will become foreman foremanUeglnnlne foremanIleginning
Ueglnnlne today tw > iihlfta will b bworked be beworked
worked In the Qulncy Instead of thr three threeas o oas
as hitherto the change being made to tocorrespond tocorrespond
correspond with w1ththe the new newpolicy nuuuguatata nuuuguatatapolicy
policy at th the DaliWest

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