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you Tell you have them to through throughyou gell J DESEHET ti E S E E i I Y S STRUTH l I Our 1avo subscriber to Bell you read cnnt tho soil 8 1I ada adaTHUTII ndsTltuTIIMW your goodsf goodsfOur gOI11Our
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To 1 Deep Creek Creeky
y JtaliMS calicns Point to the Early Ear1 Construct ion of a Road fto111 fto111rollol fwziItiflIo1I torn tornfronton
fronton to Hie Famous Mineral aDefwils D Iolls in Wcsleri WcsleriUtah HcscrnLltah IVcsternVia
Utah Via Will Follow l low Old Survey SIlNC Engineering Slap Slapork J1apWork efapIIork
Work ork Already clllr adr Under Uldlr Way JTap Officials Olflcals Buying Stock
n tnevi be vllt ijt It IKTO recently recenty or S W Wtruflt Wn v
manager for t tI or tho Ameil Ameilfnwlimg AmIIF ineiiwIIn
I truflt trutl Junger
fnwlimg F iwIIn g and ld TI Heflnlnj Hltnlns company companytal companbas
to toiir toeJect totet
a L persistent rumor
bas ai t bel e 1 plilteni
eJect tet iir i tha i road rld woultl 10uid be bultjuh bUilt buit buitib bUiltb
juh b to 0 thu th Deep D lp reek mining djs djsa I
10 a tnp t n nr Jr future tulurl Now cornea corneai cumel I I11ry
11ry i ry tJ t th effect re t that the road roadK rOld I Iv
v bt t b bOUt bui this summer from lion lionm
m D the Ih nitron Short Line at lt ltt a at at
t near th md ni of the work nov novring IO IO11g iio iioa111g
on the Learning LcnmlngutcJT Learningutctr
ring completion complclon Lllllng Lllllnglut
11g 1 In substantiation of this thisy thisr thl
lut utcJT 1 substlnllton o
y it I I is l a aWLLetI ic c i ted lel that the Oregon OregonLlin OIegolLIII
r erlng department Is Isji Isr
> Llin fii glErllg leprrtmlnt
lLIII ji r viuilt n tin old survey mide rld 10 10Jj II IIa 10a
Jj a a 1 J that draushtsniftii drtuhtslAU are aieI n nL
I L L i tut ul new blue blul prints and Ind data datay
1 ihc alien n of tho rumor that thatuinmiti IhutI
uinmiti I Ifl th i s out of the ordinary ordinaryi
i til DL IL ui 1 I ieek I 1 propertlcB 1 > loperles It la tsQf i id
aoieral Manaircr W WHie Wj Wfl4L
0 > < sor rl < d mat Wil
fl4L the Iw Oregon UIlon Short Line LineV
1 j W V i a have been Investing InvestingIM InIptn InIptnD inV4tInDP
D DP s p IM lrrK k pwpiitle Holwltel the th former formerit tomel tomellllnl
th it nt or > i900 shares Ihrlros in the thej
j lllnl t ju J I Mi IiinB I ing nnd Mllllnv Mllllnvr Miin MiinP
Clark has ban haarmnjexr bannirg
r P ny tii 1 fn enltor itor hnr hnr1IIIPg
rmnjexr 1IIIPg nirg er exr rti I rt examining rxamlnlnr the loll doldmine 0011 0011j lollstne I
j mine wih wlUi liti tl1 tI t1 object In view of otthe ofI
zln 11 I j the th mtrst of the late Cul CulF C l
F ocdtnun odral whkh hlih Is also beln belniV helnt helntit lelnLgth
iV it Hh a I ii I v to purchase by thr thrs th thof
n itoi itoiit 101 I IS s ot the company companyitloM co conipanyP 11 111
it h hr itloM 1t0 company nnd nndtlvo 111 111t niidl
l 1r < t > 1 r t tjr i I < tlvo 1 buyers lI r It I ItI U UDeep laJ
jr J tat u u uiy Ui I Deep Creek were wcrf to toiPlit tor tt ttf
f r t I ill iPlit llt In die near fit fitMh tuI
I I Mh I t 1i c I t K S ntlenun nt1111 tPtilc n would not notTon notth
1 Ton lir th ir rir riory y in this direction directionn dlreclon dlreclonI
I I < n a10 o t MI n linff Inl in known that thatnli thatw
iy 1 t 1 I nli I h > n a firm 110 believer belecr Iti Itit I It Itt
t V rp p rcok < r tJt and Rnl andbjn with withi wiUIbJrl
IbJrl bjn i i C W on n the thl occasion cctalon of ofi
f i ut MsiH 1 lit lt to Salt Labi Labirt ahi ahib
I rt h i utt nt f d dntn Ua regarding re nrdlng tin tini tIl tIli tinof
i i of h > HUlkt Utrli l ttlt t The Amcrl AmcrlHur
11117 9 r inti nIl d IVfliilnc Hfnlng fl ° flnlng company companynu com 3n
1 nl nu 1l t has ha U blt11Illcd Itfl on Induced t tlift Ia1 ti tiwt
lift a1 i f tlii I 11 t t very 1 favorable flolnhl flolnhlill favorahiIhi
11 5P ill Ihi j it n ° as lS a though the Urn Urn5P In Inpp linpf
5Ppr pr 11 J line an n stated < vPl vPlIrcnd siIl7e 1
7e Ircnd 11 i I h > ii straight Itrlht for forjfp torr forp
jfp p rr lr5t r fi 1 u 01 v r the t1 old oi survey suro surveyf w wtr
thr f j tii I llv I lcel I I country countrIln countryin
Iln in 1 v v hi i 1 ompiccd omlllet will be abin 0 abini 1 1
ti rrii i In i Ie L iih nnd will wil not have a aii aUI aut I
ii Ut I u Irl ridRf nlong llong tho cntln1 cntln1Ji nth nthIlh ntiiitb
Ilh tb Ji Jqt > t iHnr ior tr 1 > the thl tb panle uctvnl uctvnlrl1 uctIII uctIIItrIn aetuftitittit
trIn tittit rl1 n iti 1 rsarted with wih the re ren 11
BUH sui that there th te Is I nbout 20 mllcn mies of ofradlnc otgradlnt ofgrac1lti
gradlnt radlnc completed cnipet d while whlo illo the collars collarsnnd cCllarn cedarsonti
nnd n boulder boulreld have IIwI b bcn been en cleared elelled uway uwayfur awnytor asayfcir
fur thu width wilth of tho rightofway foi foimother tortoth ui uianother
mother toth I 10 miles milesIt rniIeIt
mle mleI
It I Is stated that as s coon as a tho Learn Leamington LearnIitgton al ¬
ington 1IIIon cutoff cutor Is I completed ClpletHl that tml tin tinirnd thIall ttinatt
irnd Iall will wi tie built bui and lul the old stce stcethat Mteelthat tcelthai
that has and 1111 Is to be b torn tor Uti on th thLuimlnffton thp th9 th9Lqniingon
Luimlnffton I mlnllOn cutoff cutor and between Fair Fairfield l FoIrteId olr olrfell
field fell and Irontun Irontln wil y1I lll be utilized utilizedWhether ullized ullizedlllhor utilizedVliethat
Whether lllhor the road r0111 Will I be built buit b bthe hthl 1 1the
the thl San SUI Pedro 1odlo or the Short Lino re renMtiH reI1u1i
nMtiH 1 llf to bo Keen but one 010 thing U l cer certain eel certhin ¬
thin 1111 that Senator Clark Cllrk Is Interested InterestedIn 11 11In
In the project and when tbe t e olTlrla olTlrlaannouncement otral otralDl10Untellt otOrintminounceinent
announcement Dl10Untellt is forthcoming torthOllrg of ihturning ih Ilhturlnl tbturning
turning turlnl over of the Short Line south southti 10Utl outtI
ti t1 > Halt Sal Lake to the lie San Pedro 1110 U I vM vMbe Id IdII ll1g
be found f0111 that tlm tll San SSI Pedro lelo will wi be th thcnnpntiy the theCllnplilY thecCnpfltly
cnnpntiy CllnplilY which will 11 haul Inul1ho tho ore oreFrom oreror oreFrom
From ror reports rtolhl that have ha been 11 plnrrd plnrrdla planl
la 11 i the handn hanto of H A W Etrles It I Is l shown shownthat shownthat shownthat
that 750 5Q tons of ore cnn cn be guaranteed guaranteedi gualnteeel gualnteeeltll
tll ii i > tho railroad rHroal ovary oer day dn for ship shipment shiplnt shtitiwflt ¬
ment lnt td tho smelters SlllerA Trwn too there therewill twr twrwi thertlil
will wi bo a number of low grade proposi propositions ilIoIoItins 1pposltlons ¬
tins that will 1 be le worked at lt a profit profitAmong lrtltAinoni roUt
Among Alon the mining propositions propfRltons that thatvlll Ihlt thatvlII
vlll 11 be shipper shllppr8 for tfe e n nII w rallromi rallromilll rllrol1
lll 11 be the Quertn of Sheba Jumbo JumhoPill Jumlwril JumboPill
Pill ril Nye L I C Kerrlek tIrlk group uroupIn roul roulIn >
In thi thf > Clifton Cltton district dlAtrrt the Mldai Mldaivhkh Midathtcii IIID1
vhkh hlch Is said to tmsfpfa JOS 1 the hlRhe hl blglietgrade he l lpnde trlde
grade rlde cyanide cYlnlde ore In thetJnlted the Unied United States Statt9Lucy SIl StatesLuy tt8 tt8JUI
Lucy JUI L I CliftonCopper Clton Clifton Copper licit 1elt Mining Miningc lnlng lnlngC
c mpnny Legion Mining lnln and Mil Milling Millingcompnny Millinttecmpttny 111011 111011Cfmpl
compnny Cfmpl Grncty llinlnff lllng and Mllllns Mllllnscpinpnny 1111 IIIlli IIIllicrIupniIy
cpinpnny 11111 CJarrUbn Gltleon Gflrrt n Mining Mlnlnf and nl11 Milling Millingenmpany Miliingctimpany 11lo 11lorIIJon
enmpany rIIJon Spotted Spolell Fawn Fn In group Pole IoleMar VoleStar
Mar 1111 group CoUnen Henry HcnlY group Mid Midrisht Mil Midtight
tight r1 hl Christina Chrlstns Mining company compal En EntiTprlse EnIrprle IThtirprise
tiTprlse Irprle group Ora Vila Climax Clmax 1vnns 1vnnsuui llnp llnpun 1vitnsunI
uui unI 25 2 other leavergroups leavergroupsIn le letei el grOlpI grOlpIIulh groups groupsIn
In Iulh the Willow Wlol Springs district Wind Winduui
uui I irroun UII of high hlth Krado rldf copper May Mayllfwer Mayilwer Ia IaIcer
llfwer Icer Ap Ape Apex x Lion LionIn Lion1In
In the Fish Springs A district dlstrlt Utah UtahOtilenn uah uahGilleM UtahGaicun
Otilenn a cailooi clllol prn of ore from rain the lat latl mttr
l 11 tr r netted neted J3000 3 OO a few days dlYI ago nGo Early EarlyIlnivest Earlylinivest ally allylolEst
Ilnivest lolEst nnd other otherIn othersIn
In the Ih Dugwny DUIIY district llstrlel Four our Metala MetalaMlnliiB Melnlalnlnr itetalaNining
MlnliiB lnlnr company Kelly Iel Group Grou Petor PetorOP Iet IeterLuntleen r rII
OP II Lundten Metallic Mctale Hill Hi nnd lliirk lliirkliorn luck luckIr Bii4horn
horn Ir group JouP and Ind the Yellow Yelow Jacket JackutMining Jlelut JlelutInln JacketNining
Mining Inln companys compIYs proportion proportionIn propertlIn
In the Krlckson Irlek on district lllalne lalnl nod nndtllur nlu nluI nodcilier
tllur I hlr pnylng 11lnR properties propertes while whie the West WestTlntle We Vestfintic t tflntc
Tlntle flntc district jlstrlc tin this fide flM lde of Drop Dropewk Dlcl Deepcrek
ewk would furnish turnlh a number Iloh r of car carleads cr crIratt carlfads
leads Iratt of low lo grade grllt ores to pay pa nothing nothingof Ilhlo Ilhlor nothIntr
of r tho White Whie Cloud aitncoc a ncoc Kinsley KinsleyDolly IlnsloToly 1lnsmeyToily
Dolly Toly Vurdcn Whlti horse Jorpe and th thBerber thTIerber thTrber
Berber mining districts IIAtrlclA on the Nevada NovmlaFl Nvndaplll
Fl plll sub lo of Dcp D cp creek crel nil ni of which whlh bring bringIn
In handsome hlnl ome revenue rOeIW to the railroad rlroal
efof ef of Bureau of Ordnance Says No Reason Has as Yet YetAssigned YelBen YetBeen
Ben Been Assigned For It ISeems ItSeems Seems to Think Premature Ex Explosion Explosion Explosion ¬
plosion of Shell Shel Was a Not the Cause
t April pri lOTho cipher cipheri cphor cphorI
i l by the navy depart departJ dopatI departregarding
J I Mht ht regarding rgnnlng the explo exploI
I f th gun 1 on the Iowa Iowl was al dp dpfl tot
t d thi morning mor I n It I was from fromHiffgnsoa fromJ fromIliggnson
Hiffgnsoa J gmson and Ind said saidIT III IIIr
I i IT r i Ib h blnadn loading londlol rifle 12Inch 12Incht
j tt t i tt v front trnt of the trunnions trunnionsled
EI Ktod led d four wounded woundedi woundcl
t i f Hi fj J 3 i Ihp tti tic names given sIcn In last lastII lattta
ta II i iNth rat h The he department ltpnrmct ex exI
< I I IIrculars irticulara today todayf tolY
f 1 e < > of f itip dI meager nwaglr details delnll of tho thoion thon tInIofl
ion n of t th 12Inch 12lnCh gun Iun aboard aboarda
I a y sria < riay ra which Admiral Admlrl Admlrlnsonl AdmIralrzans
5 nsonl MOD i Jurat h 1 contained oillclnls oillclnlsi olclnhi olclnhii otliclalsetment
i V i rtment this morning morningFie mornlnr
Fie r p u in t as ni to Its Il cause cnUKP In Inh InIII Inth
III th < h the regulation r sulatonf Ad AdH d
1 H It i f h r n I I t Is supposed IPIO has ha hal
l < 1 a 1 board hO11 of olIlccM olIlccMi olCer i
I i > b > A t Iv atddcnt 1ddent and report reporti relort relortr
4 r i j j i mi m > not arrive url for neveral neveralAunti Delltnl DelltnlAlm aeveralNell
Aunti Alm i rNcll NcI chief of the theor
f 1 f or orn otlni inn i has already olrody Is Isi islb
i r i t r i ih transportation to tok 10r
r i > k ct f IrnnPllortlton
i iMnch 1lnch gun n which whichJi
Ji I L t IS t V hmirton hillon navy yard yardf
i f r l I Ion on the thl Iowa Jo when whenii hol
11 int ii ij t 0 NC > V York for or re reNli
1 A 1 Nll u said tId ld today todayii toay todayburst
g > ii burst bUft was designed doalnll doalnllA
A 1 f lured In II 1S95 19 at the then
ii L c n v r Tan nn 1 1903 the thef
t n f LT d t 13 limes Yestcr Yestcrh
i i 10 1 111 thi h < > first Irsl lme that has hnl ho over CCr overtr
1 t tI v of the large caliber caliberJn
1 t I Jn Ih n 1 v tXcj cxle Ixept > t In Ilri the case cse ut
1 or b 1 r I c > the Kcarsarge KUIorGe the thel Ih
l l lijurod by h a I pr prf I
to e f a 1 Rhcll hel two t 0 years yearsi elr
I i Mp JI was WD Inserted Insrtlll III inIHy ti
f 1 I r i IHy y It Is In tie nt th thi Ihl lId lIdl
l 1 g
11 i vet t bt > a assigned lgned for forf
1 l 11 f vt t it is ajlg not known knownJ l
1 t r 11 J n > < < Ur or shell shel was wasr fl
I r iho hI he detail htRlq 1 tail ns a to thr thrIT
IT 111 nf r the tie tractors frncturfir tr lurp lurpd
ir > d f the thl bore br of th thi Iho
I p i i tt U > ir > i it I in I have hl e 10 o be 1 con convv
vv r anlilont hav
o IIdlrnt a may ninypreintiture hf
1 h I premature rfmllurc explosion uplo lol
r l Il Us s It ItIIlat Hut htt HO le is Xow XowIn oW oWII OWIn
In Intr II 011011 OgtleiiI
P 1 err tr trFr 1 trrofled f < ported poriId that tjjcChlof tjjcChlofH eChe xChie
I H I Hilton Hiton has re rerv1 reo reoo
11 o rv1 Ivaand I and andihat that lit b Is Isg
11 ig > g ut I the tii home of ofmotherinlaw ofmotherinlaw < t tmothrInlaw
motherinlaw motherinlawM
1 M 1 without wihout veil vertSi vor veilM
M Mifcs Si i urrln urr UrH positively positivelyi liosltiviInifttsr lo hI hIluaHr
i matter or to nay nayh
1 I L h 1 i rMiirned or not noti notoa
F i oa or to he has hastH hlK hlKI
1 I tH tl flltv of the McMur McMuri 1 Iur IurJh
r Jh i In iI has hIs guarded guardedliu guardedbUitie lrl lrlI
Fr r I liu lUAle bUitie ines center centerl
r e l uv 1 Ij recognized recognizedHI recgnlzl
1 i M HI Hlton ton is living Ihln In Inr
4 ti n U IT r r so 1 If her hus hust
u t 4 te it t a lilshly llh probable probablen Ilrthablt
h n jtnnpn 11 pn husband huabnndbrought
hU9bnd hU9bndIt
S fcs b brought brulhl about and andwill andrtrIIybegn
It it r t r rtrIIybegn bean Inl
k hilton I 1 11
lon will 1 b be withdrawn wllhdrAw withdrawnI
of o the Ihf shell hel In the bore br such a con contligpncy contJsmc contiPgsncy
tligpncy tJsmc Is unlikely unlel as shells shels have hlvf on onp nnfIoral onvnrnI
p fIoral < voral occasions broken up In borea of ofpuns orpuns ofguns
puns without wlhout any un other ot er Injury to the thopun Ihl Ihlml theguti
pun ml thnn the defacing clcrfclng of the bore fjj fjjfar f UJfar
far fa I A 11 as the bureau burequ Is 11ed advised all al t tUnvns I12llch ti ti1uvli4
Unvns 12Inch 12llch shells shels are titled rtel with withbase wlh wlhblse withtitse
base covers with wih I a view lel to preventing preventinga
a possible I lble premature expiation cplOlon due to totP tohis o othe
the tP action acton of powder pOIler gases gasesThe g gnaesThe S Srhl
The rhl bureau of navigation naI nton has hfs sent Ielt Ielttrlununa senttrksrains ehttrltgrams
trltgrams of eympathy EYlpath to the families familiesof fnmJfl fnmJflot
of the men killed kied and wounded woundd In the theexplosion thl thlxploslon timexplosion
explosion explosionCAUSE explosionCAl1S xploslonCAlS
Pensncoln loI1Rlcln FIt April Jprl 10 10An An loves Investigation 11es 11estnton lovestigatlon ¬
tigation of U the explosion e on 01 the battle battlefhlp bal battleFhll
fhlp tnton hl Iowa which occurred occurrd In the gullrfiir gull 1111 gultrr
rfiir 11 this port yesterday Ierda afternoon atleroon re resulting reultn resuiting ¬
suiting ultn In the Iht cdtnh ltnh of three thre seamen seamenntitl s sotimenauth lmen lmenOl
ntitl Ol the Ferlous Injury Inju1 of live 10 other otherFhowB othOfIhoW8 otherhCVs
FhowB IhoW8 that thnllw the accident aecilent wan Wil caused caupcl en entlioly el enttittly
tlioly tlI by I a defective drttctle shell Rhtl fuse which whichIt whichI
It Is stated floto burned bumil faster than was wascalculated wascalculated IMciculltel
calculated ciculltel I It I IH I understood under41001 that the therlull tho thoril thtrhc
rlull ril rhc I ii exploded oXloel fully tulY 60 seconds before beforeU befoNI
U was timed to go off offAn oN offAn
I An examination exmlnltm lme 10 of the ship today todayshows loa loashols todaypbots
shows shols that the burflted but tel gun gn Is Iwyonirepair beyond hyond hyondnlalr beyond1Pair
repair anti Ind tha that the 12Inch forward forwardturret tlall tlalllllrrt rWalltnrret
turret will have hl to be repaired rpol A Aruninber Arlnlnbcr Arunmbcr
runinber rlnlnbcr 11 of supporters are also nl sprung sprungnnd sprUngnod i innd
nnd It Is stated slate that portions prtons of the thedeck th thdlclt thdock
deck will have ha 1 to t be replaced IJlfCd whr whrtcces whrtcces whrIece3
tcces of the heavy hla gun gn tore through throughThe Ihruh Ihruhhl throughThe
The hl funeral 1unlI1 of the three thr men mPI who whowere wh whwee whitrcrt
were killed In the accident IIh1ent took plac plactoday plncl plncllDn idactoday °
wee kl11
today The ho dead dlld were wer burled III Ih Ihniitlnnnl thltlonal lbatitional
niitlnnnl ltlonal lDn cemetery cmetor here her with wih mllltarhonors mllltar mltnl mltnl1101rs rnliltarihonors
honors 1101rs companies cOlponle of blue jacket from fromnil lrm lrmOllho frontnfl
nil Ollho the ships hlp hl of the squadron participat participating artclpt artclptIn ¬
ing In In the evcrclttfB evcrclttfBIt l
It Ii understood understO vcrc that thll nil nl of the lu luJurod tuJl iujtirid
Jurod 1 men are almoit entirely eltrelY out of ofdingcr ofdtnler ofdnngcr
Jl dingcr dtnler > except Ire First FJNt Class Seaman Paul Paulnought 1all 1allOoughl 1 > aui auilought
nought who bit an al eyo and Is In I atiitlcnl IC itiltical
tiitlcnl condition cOl110n The Iowa steamed steamedInto Ileame IleameInt teatuetlnt
C Into Int the navy nl yard this tniimlna tniimlnaProm mlnlng mlnlngJrom tnntlngProm
Prom Hear Admiral Hlgglnnon Jhglnon at atPensncoln atJelSc01a at1enscola
Pensncoln Jrom a second lCnd dispatch dated datt to today toIn today
day In JelSc01a was received eln > at the navy depart department d dcpartmeat part partIfnt ¬
meat as follows followsPurcel followsrureel
Ifnt toltlw toltlwPurc
Purcel Purc I landsman SnIAmln Walter 111 E Kelt Keltpoamnn 111 iceltseaman
seaman I K L I Harry ordinary seaman seamankilled p soinankilled mon monkl
I killed fmnn kl d on Iowa Iol will Iv b IY be burled at navy navyynrit
ynrit 1 PunOla PunOlaSigred ulsacola ulsacolaSlgne
Slgne Sigred IG0 hIIGGINSON SO
Hat at Jarlaml arJlmllmnmelcN toinmoncctl Today TodayKmlilng Todiy1II1IIII ro o oHu
Kmlilng Hu hll Himt IhO ifli Iiiif IiiifSpecial Lillit LilliSpecial nl nlSpcnl
t Special Spcnl to theXcws theXcwsOffilen the Sews SewsOlln NewsOgiten
Offilen Olln April Arl A ril 3Fleld FleJd Superintendent SuperintendentAustin Suprlntenlrnt Suprlntenlrntustn
Austin ustn of the Utah Sugar Sugnnompn SugnnompnIn SugareompanY compnny was wasIn WLin
stated that the theilrtt theInt thefirst
In Ogden OJden tod tl tiiIs and 3tole
first Int steel fel for tI the th rtarlaml ar11 factory tact Or In InHear Inthe inli
the li e > Hear t Illver Jr valley mi WM 5 laid 111 this thismoinlng thlmOlnlnr thIsmoining
moinlng ail III that lht brick hrck laying 11nK would wouldje olld olldII
je II commenced omln by b tomorrow tomMt The ma machinery 1 11nlt machlnory ¬
chinery < 1nlt ho wild would 0 uld be installed installedmplUly Instale InstaleIpl InstalledipIdIy
mplUly Ipl I and Ant the factory tadu be completed completedIn competE
In ample time for thiS y car ar run on onhe onhe onthe
he beetS lm Twenty augar Ilur beet drill drillare 1111 drliiart
are now In uw u and Ad the farmers are arefast aretnt arefast
fast rt becoming mln acquainted acu lnte with Ith the theiircMPlty t the3treesplty
iircMPlty of the occasion ocalon Three ThN thou thounml thounUll thousnnil
Jlffaflr nUll acres leres of beets letl will wi be planted lantC this thlfmfforccon thllftlnr thiseprlng
ftlnr eprlng eprlngTri fmfforccon Cm orctmn Short Rhor Mne I Is f removing removingnbou rmolnl removingabgu
nbou four 1lcn tbourajid tMlWlld yards nrdl of dirt each eachOoy eachcl eachday
Ilout day cl now CO1 tad ll nd wnitnictlon ntrction of o the new
branch brnch fifteen nrt en mlloa I10s In length Is be beIng beInJ belog
log InJ pushed with wih all ni possible haste hsle Mi MiAustin AirAusln lr lrAUSUI
Austin AUSUI Bays sS that the branch blanch will wi prob probably Ilrohnbl Probably
ably nbl ho tlnlihed tnl hcd and anl ready for worlIn work workIn
In thirty days laYI from I date dateLOST rate rateLOSI dateI dateLOSl
Dlgtrcaslii Ditressll AocMcnt loclell to Little Lltto Iroin IroinIlcknell Iele Ielelcklwl rielloVlekiielt
Ilcknell lcklwl llila 1 his IiI Morning MorningA o1h o1hA
A distressing dlstrlulnG accident nCcldent by which lit littie 11 11tie littie
tie Irene Plcknoll 1IckiI of the Third rhlrl wan wanlost ward warlllost wardlost
lost tw I of her lingers tngcr occurred occuhl near nrathe nenrIho nearthe
the family tlmly residence rellenrc on Krtst I rst Tempi Tempistreet Templestreet rcmpleItleet
street Itleet thin Ihl morning 10rlng The girl who 19 19aboul isabout i iabout
about seven scn years yerl of age was wla playing playlniwith plnlnwih playingwith
with wih a little lite boy named nlel Theobald ThPbll who whohatchet virnhatchet ho hohntohlt
hatchet hntohlt In hand honr was chopping chOIJlng wood ot ota ou oun ona
a n block Irene little lte realizing ralzng her dan danger dal dciiger
ger placed her hand 1111 on the block urn urnthe Lnd Lndthe and andthe
the next lext moment mOlont the hatchet struCk structone struCkIne struCkQuo
one Ine of her fingers fnger severing seveinI it from the tliihand iio iiohnnd thehianil
hand and Injuring another Inolher so badly badljthat bndlytho badlythat
that tho It too had to be amputated The Thichild Thohll Thechili
child hll Is the th hl daughter of Utbnn Pick Picknoil Picklel Pickneil
neil lel and was getting etlnr along olonl ns well wol a1 a1could n ascould
could coull be expected d this afternoon afternoonA nferoon nferoonA
licccjitlnn UCCCJltOI to tho t thelliglit ho ItiRht J ht Rev He AMol AMolLconnrd Abe AbeLcolnrtn AblelLeonard
Leonard nt t
Lcolnrtn Tonupali TonupaliThe 1ul pah pahThe
The Tonopnh HonanzO nOnnEI of the 4th ln Inal Inalh Insthas t tImii
has h the following lolowlng account Iccount of tho reap reaptlcmgiven re roctptlonglven lII lIIrngholl
tlcmgiven Bishop Leoiard leolVrd of this city cityHlshop tly tly19hol cityBishop
Bishop 19hol > Ablc1 Abl 1 I onard onnr < of the Kplg Kplgoopal 1 Eiilscrpai Ils Ilsc
oopal c diocese Ilocese of Utah and 011 Nevada N lda loft leflfor lot loftfor
for Ullto 1 I on Tuqiidny mornings 10rnln1 singe singeafter stagelifter tn e eler
after ler n few I dayo d I stay In Tonopnh Tonoplh for forthe tortU fortilt
the tU purpose 11lrpoc of effecting eflectng plans for or the thebuilding tholulllng theLutldlng
building lulllng of an Episcopal church here hereA helc helcA
A reception rlcoton VHH tendered the blslioi blslioiat
at Butler Buter hall hal on Saturday evening eonlnj las lasby Instby lastby
by the ladles of the parish who had haOprovided hnt hadProvided
provided Jroltlcl dainty lnlnt lefreshmentH letr 9hment for the theevening thoeonlng tueevenIng
evening A program wits WiS given gl con conBiiillng conslsln consisling
Biiillng slsln ot a 1 i carting Ienilng by b Miss Clltxily ClltxilySlivcns Wncy WncyEIena lIcdyeCytM
Slivcns EIena eCytM n vocal dIet ttel by I Miss tSK Iloachand Iloach loael loaelanll htoadhanti
and Ml Miss g Pepper 1 and 1011 n recitation rcitaton by byMrs byIIs byAlr
Mrs IIs Knight IIJer Morning and evening eveningservices cVlnlnr eveningsetvlcet
services SHYC were hold on Sunday Slndrl In Dul Duller Jut Ilut1ev ¬
ler 101 hall hnl and anc the Ihl following lolowln sacraments sacramentsAdministered Bnrrment8 Bnrrment8n11Inlst sacramentSainiinistered
Administered n11Inlst rec Haptlsm Iaptsm Sewcll Se 1 Alvin AlvlnKnapp AII Alvinnapp
Knapp InIPP napp und IIl1 Irntii Irnbt1 > l Daisy Dais Davis con conflimatlon conflmnton conflirnatlon
flimatlon flmnton Itaymond HOlond Perkins P rklnS A meet meeting meetInr meetlog ¬
log of the Ih vestry f8t was ns held on Monday Mondayevening Mondayevening IonlllY IonlllYInln
evening Inln and 1111 committed COllmltoc appointed for fort 1011loclrng forlrocurlng
t rocurlng 1loclrng n 1 site and raising rlslng the UPCON UPCONtary Mcel imceeary
tary lt funds runc About 3000 300 will wi be need needed ncel ticedcd ¬
ed 11 of which 1500 10 has ha already nllenry been beensubscribed heln helnslbscllhel beensubscrIbed
subscribed slbscllhel A ladles guild also was or orcnnlzed orlnIZI organleed
cnnlzed lnIZI with wih the following tolowlng olllccrs1 olllccrs1ricaldent olicew olicewJIPsldent ollicersIresident
ricaldent JIPsldent Mrs Ml West vice vle Ice president presidentMrs pnKldelt pnKldeltI
Mrs I Vcach ncrretarj Mrs Perkins Perkinstreasurer Ierldnsi Ierldnsitlla8Urr lerkinstreasurer
treasurer tlla8Urr Miss Mis Patterson Pattersonu Pntcron PntcronAPI1IWVIl PattersonAP1ltOVi
Signs Report Authorizing AllhtllzlnA Ordinance OnlinancoIncrenflnc Otdlnlnco OtdlnlncoIlcren OrdinanceIiicreasliig
Increnflnc Ilcren lng Ilro lirflepaitmuent lirflepaitmuentMayor Department DepartmentMayor Ielulllclt Ielulllcltllor
Mayor llor Thompson holp on has approved Ipproved the luoreport tlC tlCrelJOrt thereport
report of the finance fnance and lire Ir depart department department departmeat ¬
ment committees commitees adopted adoPed by the coun council councl councli ¬
cil cl Wednesday night authorizing outhorlzlngthecity the thecity thecity
city attorney atome to draw up nn In ordinance ordinanceIncreasing ordinanceIncreasing ordinanceIncreasIng
Increasing the fire lre department by the thoaddition thenddlton theaddition
addition nddlton of three men He alto ap approved alplood approved ¬
proved plood the report of the thl sanitary com committee commltee cornnitttee ¬
mittee mltee authorizing the health healh commis commissioner comlls comllsslonr contrnlsstoner ¬
stoner slonr to employ two additional ndlitonollnnllrr ndlitonollnnllrrInspectors Hanltary HanltaryInspectors sanitUrInspectors
Inspectors for ti period perlol of otGO CO days as at ft ftsalary b t tsalary
salary of 225 per tet day each eachilAItj cachoJAIj
4 43lAIIj
ilAItj JAIj tUNTUACfS LET LETSpecial IIETSpecial IrSpecial
Special to the New NewsWashington NewWashlngtn NewWashington
Washington D I C April ApI1 1 ItA A post postcfll postemlO postefllee
emlO cfll co has been established eslnbl hed at Beach BeachFremont Beah Beahl IleachFrinon
Fremont l r mon count Idaho Iaho with wih Ncphl J JBates Jlntes 3Bates
Bates lntes as postmaster postmasterThe potmlter potmlterThl
The Thl contract for carrying cring tho mall mallfrom lul mailfrom
from Olsbnin Gsbol to Stockton Utah award awardtd nwotl nwotll
td l J J M 1 Kendrieh Jenlrlrh 1 < at Too Tooele Ie from WIt WllHiirnsburR WI WItllamsburg
HiirnsburR Ilmsblr < to Wayan Idaho to L B BA 1 iiWilde
A Wilde tide ldl WllllamBburg WllllamBburgTH WIlalsburb WIlalsburblIHJ WIIlIanwburgIJIE S
TH lIHJ E iNEW N W JU1HJE JUHg LA IAV IAVQuestion W WQueston V VQuestion
Question Queston of lie Us Constitutionality Is Tested TestedIn Constutonalt to tolie toHo tolIe
In all 11 probability prohablt the constltualon constltualonnllty constullon constullonIlt
amity Ilt of the law creating cIcntng the thl office lce ot otnn ornn ofan
nn additional nlleltona Judge for the Third Thtll dls district dlstrct dlstilet ¬
trict trct curt will wi be b tested teste In the court CUlt be before betore before
fore Judge Judje T D Lewis commences the thetrial thetrial thetrial
trial of any un cases It I It thought ad advisable adIpable mlvisablo ¬
visable by Atty Al len Breeden to settle settlethe setl settlethe
the matter Ilter ut once BO o as IS to avoid nvoll the theconfusion tw twcontusion theconfusion
confusion which would result Ieul shouia shouiahe shoultho sbouithe
the he new ne Judge juegt try I cusp CIlf and his hll 1il office officethen oUkethen chicothen
then be declared dtelurel unconstitutional Ulconstutonal Thu Thuattorney rhuntor Flieattorney
attorney ntor y general celerot may 01 bring brllg quo war warranto wnrranto warranto
ranto proceedings procl lng or he may lie te a pe petition Ietlon PCtitlon ¬
tition for a writ rlt of prohibition prohibiton to pro protlbit 1110 1110hlbt itnhiItit
tlbit tlon him from trm trying trlnG cases In either eithernstence eiher eiherIlstance eitherinstance
instance Ilstance the question que lOn of Its Il constitution constitutionality constitutional ¬
ality al could Culd be settled aettledWILL settledtIjJIj tte tteWILb
The University UIIrsl Musical 1181cnl Extrnvncanza ExtrnvncanzaGoea xtr lnIZ lnIZue
Goea ue lliHOtot tllIO Xlxt Week WeekThe W WeekThe ek ekThe
The University Unlerl extravaganza which whichplayed whlohplaelin hlehplayed
played plaelin In the Salt Sal Lake Theater March Marchwill Marchi
i will wi play pla In Prove Prvo Saturday April AlrH 18 18Severn 18Seleral 18Several
Severn new features leaturls have hl8 been added addedncludlng nlde addedincluding
including Talkative Talknto Johnny Trewhela TrewhelaMiss Trewheli Trewhelilsl TrewhelaMiss
Miss lsl Lottie Llie Owens Owen and Herman Hrrpn John Johnson JohnBon Johnson ¬
son nod 011 Freeman I reman Baaiett BUIet and anl Hugh Hughilppeto HughHppeto hughItippeto
ilppeto who will wi give gll an exhibition e hlbilon of ofllumlnated otlutlnaled ofilluminated
illuminated Hppeto club swinging tumbling tumblingilgh tumblinghigh
tumlJn tumlJnhiGh
cub awlnelns
hiGh kicking lcllnJ and bar ar vork A comical comicalarce cOllcol1 cOllcol1farcl comicalfarce
farcl farce arce of one ntt Ictelted netentltled entitled tho Lot Lotoat Lo LotCoat t tCOll
COll Coat oat will wi lie li Introduced IntrPluctl In the eccand eccandnet seconl secandact i inct
net Amngetnentg rrniPI nl have been ben made madevllh madewith I
with theOreGon Short Line for a rate of
wih 12 128 for the round tounl trill TILe TIl company companyias I
hu ias 16 a cast cl 1 of 100 10 member melnbef Including IlclullnJ th thUniversity thUnlr1I iiiVnierslt >
University Unlr1I band bllll Ten thousand thousnd copies copiesof
of an eightpage program prgrm descriptive descriptivef de5rrlptvo de5rrlptvoot
ot f the play will wi be issued by b the com company compln cornpany ¬
pany pln and anc a big blS days In 1 outing outng Is looked lookedorward lookel lookedforward
forward torar1 to toThe toThe tOThe
The company cOI1nn has challenged ehlengt the Pro Provo Pr ProVa
vo 0 baseball bUllal team for a 1 game gle of ball ballthe bl boilthe
the ame paie day dl the players Illaer to occupy OOUIIY the thefollowltg thetolowlt theoiiowisg
followltg places Moore catch Brown BrownSmith Irwn IrwnSmih DrownSouth
Smith tolowlt pitch pich Wwton Weton eltOfl Pratt Prat first frel ha hle hleiurmftr base baselurmnestPr c cljurmeeter
Smih ljurmeeter lurmnestPr aeeond cnd ba bo base o Itlppeto JPPto third thirdbase thirdbase tuNbare
base iurmftr Billing DIIIt shortstop Clumber Clumbercenter Chamllrl Chamllrlcnlcr Chmsm1iercenter
center field feld Jonateon Jonln Juan right Held HeldPcmemyer leld leldtofemrer fieldtofllemyet
Pcmemyer tofemrer manager manager1OSTMAS mnrlger mnrlgerlUS1S inanrigeriospIs
vSpeclal lS 13 to tl the News NewsWashington Nowt NowtWoshlngton NewsWashington
Washington D C April 10 10A A post postoillcc poslolce postohilce
oillcc olce has his been bn established cltahUlhC at nt Mnion MnionUlntah M MatonUintah wn wnUntah
Ulntah Untah county culty Wyoming with wih Emma KmmaN Elma ElmaN
N Phillip Phiip as postmaster postmasterChas pstmnstel
Chas Kvslng l fllnl of Itocheeter Ioheter N Y hng hngxn hnl ha habeen
been xn n Appointed APplnt1 baker bker at a Shoshtne Irf Irfdlan In Zddian
dlan r schoet hool hol Wyo WyoPensions Wo10nlon WyOPentions
Pensions 10nlon granted nrllen grantedfl It W Wm Wn Ham Hamilton Jnm JnmUon 11amliton ¬
ilton Uon Wel Vehser Ilr er Ida IS John N IrwIn IrwlnSoda IrwInSoa Irwinsoda
Soda Soa gprlnir Splnr 12 12Vjromlnitlncreaae 12Wyomninglncrease 2 2omlnjJnerea
Vjromlnitlncreaae omlnjJnerea Valentine nlpntne D DHoffman DJolman iiIloItmnan
Hoffman Jolman Dixon 117 117SKKVKKS 817S 817sini 17 17HUWS S
The h he Lenten nten scnlces which have been beenconducted b beencitiducteti n nCIllucte
conducted CIllucte taoli week etk day 1 since sinc March MarchIn Iach
31 1 In the thl slock exchange room rm will willclofe wi willelope
elope Fe tomorrow Prof Jrt Oeorjre Ptj Porge M 3 1 Hunt Hunttip 111 IttmntImg I
tip tij will 1 speak his subject being Pat Pattern Iatttr Vattern
tern ttr In the Mount
Capt Perslulg PerslulgTakes P1th2gTakes
Takes Bacolod Bacolodc
c c cu hunched Ildtcd Moros 1loros Wctc Killed Kiled Including lctdI tIc Ile Dallo Dalo af afPanandungan alPalandlgcw oflaiaiiduiigan
Panandungan Captains s Force Wetc Wet Sutveying SIZVC l Shore ShoreLands SIO SIOLands ShoreLands
Lands When WICl They 1 7Yc c Wete Opposed by b Bacolodians 8acolod1s iis Who WhoProvoked Hlo HloProvokld VioProyoktd
Provoked Provokld a Fight F fiigIi1u1zzwicati IllAmctican American Uayonets
Manila Mania April Jprt 10 IOCapl CaPt Pcrshlngs Pcrshlngsforce lcrshllSs lcrshllSslolco lersbingsforce
force lolco captured llacolod 1acolol Island of Min Mlndaao rln rlndno Mindeco
deco dno Wednesday Welnwlny killing kilng a hundred hundredMoros hundredloros hundredMoros
Moros rind 111 wounding ninny mon others othersThree other otherimThree
Three Americano AmerIcns were ore wounded woundedIershlngs wQundl woundedIerslmlngs
Iershlngs force consisted of Shaw Shawsbattalion Shawabattuilon tl tlbatllon
battalion batllon of the Twentyseventh Infaiij Infaiijtry iimfan iimfantry I Itry
try KllpntrlckB troop of the Fifteenth Fifteenthcnvnlry Flfeenlh Flfeenlhclvllr Fiteenthcavalry
cavalry nnd MoNnlrs loNllrs battery batteryPeruhlng bnt batteryPerlilng I IPel
Peruhlng Pel llnl was as surveying the west westshore Wl3l Wl3lshore westshore
shore lands when the th Uocolodlans DacolOlans op opposed OlIJOscd Ophosed ¬
posed his advance ndvlnc and a 11 jirovokcd Ilrovokel the thefight th thIhl thufight
fight Ihl Pcrshlngs lershlnls force 10lce surrounded Iluouneellaud IluouneellaudIlacltell and andattacked amidattackei
attacked Ilacltell the stronghold first frst shelling shellingthem shcling shclingIhel imeIiln imeIilnthemim
them forward forwardHILLARY lorwardflLLARY forwardIIILLAR
Ihel and rushing his trooopu troops
lid e Was the New York Dramitlc Dfamltc CorrespondenL CorrespondenLOf
Of the theDropped I tNews tNewsIroipcd ws
Dropped 1101111 limit Irlcl In II the Ihl llnree Ilrle Olllce OlllceIlcurl Ole OIIlceiJicurt 1 1lelll
Ilcurl lelll Ill 11lurc itsilure I lu ro the liiinicillutn liiinicillutnClillie Jllelllil JllelllilfaUle ImmmicdislsUttUso
Clillie ClillieNew of lell lellNow fleittii fleittiiNew
New York April Apri 9Hlllnry 91Inr Hell nel the thedramatic thedrlmatc thetirammmatle
dramatic drlmatc and altlullcnl musical critic crilc of tho New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York Press dropped loPIJel dead eeul In the barge bargeoffice bargeofco bargeoffice
office ofco today tol0 Heart Itort failure tnlute Is believed believedto beleved belevedto
to have been the cause of death dlath Hillary HillaryHell Hiary HiaryBel htiliaryDell
Hell Bel was born bor near Belfast nalrDst Iieland Ileland In In1S57A InIS57 In1S57
1S57A He took up portrait painting Jalntng uf ufler ucter tiCter
ter coming to this thll country and nnl later laterwent Interwent laterWent
went Into Ilto newspaper work He 10 went wen I on onthe 01 01the onthe
the Press about abut the thl time tme of Its incep incepUon InccpUon IncepUon
Uon us musical and dramatic dllmuUa critic clltc and andhas anl antihint
has been there since Mr Hell Uel also alsowas alsowas
was 18 editor of the Insurance Insulanco Economist EconomistThe Econmist EconmistThe
The news of Hillary Itlly Bells Bels death will willcome wi viilcollie
come as IS a I great shock to thousands thoustnds of ofreaders otreudels ofrenders
readers of this paper popel who ho had hld grown grownneustomed grownIcuHtomed grownneustomed
neustomed IcuHtomed to see his regular rcgulll contrlbu contrlbutlons contrlbutona comitrlbuthins
thins to the Saturday Slturdny News els Few Fewweekly f I w wclt wweekly
weekly tona clt letters Itterl sent out IUt fiom tlOI toni New cw YOrk YOrkwere Y Yorkwere rk rkwere
were more brilliant briiant and Ind entertaining entertainingHis eltertalnlng eltertalnlngls
His ls last contribution cOltlbutOI dated IJntee In New NewYork NeWYork NewYork
York on Tuesdnyarflved at It the tlo News Newsoffice Newsofce evs evsofilce
office ofce today olay and 001 will wi bT ll given gIvdcation publi publication ji4bl ¬
cation caton In tomorrows Issue IssueINQUEST IssueINQUET IssueINQUEST
Buffalo April 10The Inquest Into Intothe Intothe Intotime
the 1urolo death Ilelth of Apri Arthur rtwr H Pennell lennllnl nnd his hiswife hiswlto tilewife
wife will begin nt lt 3 oclpck oclockthis oclpckthIs oclpckthis
this afternoon atternool before Police Polee Judge JudgeMurphy Judge1IJII JudgeMurphy
Murphy 1IJII who conducted conluctel the Bur Burdick Burdick Hutdick
dick imiuest Illuest BesldeH Bellll the witnesses witnessesfrom wln vItnesseScoin sseB sseBtrom
from coin the neighborhood nel hborhood ol the th stone sionequarry Blon Blonquarry stonequarry
of ofPennell 01lenlel ofIenmmeli
quarry who observed ohse1ee the movement
Pennell and his wife with wih their auto automobile automobie automobile
mobile lenlel on the afternoon of the tragedy tragedynnd tragednnd
mobie nnd paw them are100n tnke the fatal tatalllllnH plunge the thefollowing thetolowlnG timefollowIng
following tolowlnG named lamed Arsons per ons have been beensubpoenaed bel belHubpoened beetsUl1iocn1ed
subpoenaed Hubpoened ThomaH Penney Ienno counsel counselfor
for Pennell Wallace Tlmyer Arthur ArthurPennells Arthur1ennels ArthurIeimnoils
Pennells Pennel former WalRt friend nnd counseland counselandPonneUs counRelantl counRelantllennoll couniitlandIowmeiis
PonneUs lennoll stenographer Wallace Wllacc Corn Cornphallus ComphnluK Cunmphallus
phallus who imo has the stenographic HtengrlJhfc notes notesof note
of phnluK a statement statlllnt as It was Wi dictated 11ctntel to tohim tohim tohint
him by b Pennell Pennel Just jlst previous to hU hUdeath hbMnth hIsdeath
death deathSo
So far as l can be 10 learned IcaneI J 1 Fred Frederick Frfl Frflcrick Frederik ¬
erick Pennell Pennel the dead dol nians manl brother brotherhad brotherhail or orhnl
had hnl not been served with a subpoena subpoenabut
but one has hal been prepared for him himj himJloJ him himtnJ
j JloJ lnj C M I Unwell Inwel heath KrnilI Ilncl Ilncllncn heathItmncaster
I lncn Itmncaster ncastcr ter Pa Ia April AIJrl IdMuJ Char Charles CharIts Cimarke ¬
Its M Howell loweJ one of the th oldest and andmost anl andmost
most prominent Masons Insons I nthe nUl state staledied statedlld statedied
died today from old ld age nle He Ie wits U8 born bornIn
In 18H He was made lade major of the theFirst thelirt tImeFIrst
First lirt 181 artillery artler le of Philadelphia 1hlarlelllhla In 1835 1835and 1 1s3Gnod 3G 3Gnnd
and when the hick Hck Shot war broke brko out outparticipated outpnrtelluto outlarttclticted
participated pnrtelluto as a member mlmhl of the Phil Philadelphia Ph PhIleIlhla PhIndelphia ¬
adelphia IleIlhla district distrit He le had the distinc distinction distnc distncton distimictiOmm ¬
tion ton of being bellg the only Domocrat Dlmocrat being beingelected bringelected beingelected
elected to n county count olllcc 01co In II this county countyhaving cunt cunthavIng countyhaving
having won on In a thr thlecorncr thrsecorner ecorner contest contestfor contestfor
for county treasurer in 1MJ 1MJIn I IIn 1Si 1SiIn
In point of age and membership memIcrlhl1 ho howas h hewa
was wa ns one of the th oldest Odd Old Fellows Felows anti nnlMasonx on1Iosonl antiAlasons
Masonx Iosonl In the United Unite States He le served servedas Icn d da
as a right rlht eminent grand Inl commander eOllanllr of ofthe otthe oftIme
the grand crl11 commander Q qf Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaKnight P Pennsylvanialnight nnsh1nln nnsh1nlnInlght
Knight Templar A number of Mason MasonIc InsonIc
Ic bodies bOlles In the state bear blar his name nameNorthern nlme nlmeortlern nameNorthern
Northern ortlern Seuiirlllpn SCUlrllrl Case CI O Appeal AppealWashington 111lnlWoshlngton ApmnlWashington
Washington April Apri ID Department of ofjustice atJustce ofJustice
justice Justce olllclnls 01clnlB while hle having no n au authoritative aUthorJotho nuthoritotive ¬
thoritative thorJotho Information Intormalcn < in II time thl subject subjecthave sublectMo subjecthave
have little doubt that an In appeal In the theNorthern theNorthern theNorthern
Northern lte Securetles SecufitM case will wil be takea takeato tlkell
to the supreme court very er soon Un Under Unier ¬ I
Ier the law lul the he defendant detenlnntliro are allowed II nliawelCo we1
00 0 days In which to appeal appel but In view viewof viewof Iewot
of the fact Illt that counsel CunB11 for the Secur Securetlos SCur SCuretes Securetie
etlos etes company have hlve all al alone I10nl worked workedIn workP
In harmony with lh the government goenment In ex exptdltlng eXptltng CXpelitlng
ptdltlng ptltng the disposition of the cane enF It Is Isassumed I Iassumed ismumsunmed
assumed that this policy Jle will wi be con continued continued ¬ I
tinued and the 111 matter mater brought to the thesupreme theSUlreme thesupreme
supreme tnuf court curt nt tho earliest orllst practi practicable practlcable racU racUclble ¬
cable clble date dateHrnTlrM datIrn1I dateIJenvIcet
HrnTlrM Irn1I t Day Inr nt Illlx WI Mnml MnmlNew bIRIII bIRIIINel iIaiilNew
New Nel York April Apri 10 IOThe The heaviest heaviestweek ho1e heaviestweek t teelt
week eelt that the Immigration Immllltor buruaii hlrou ut utKills atEllis I IHis
Kills His Island I Jnnr ban hAi ever had In April A1 and nndthe an1the andtime I Iprl
the record 10 daS for the Unit 111 part prt of ofApril ofApril
April prl ended ende to to todaY l y with the landing and andshipping Ani anishipping
shipping shlpplnJ to other places pllt of 3SOJC linml linmlrrants Imml10ntl lmnnilgrants I
grants 10ntl since II ne April Apri 1 The record lonl of last lastyear Juter lastyear
year er for Or the first lut 10 days 111 of April Apri was wasH7i9 Ia8 Ia8Ui was24Th9
H7i9 Ui 9 Today TOtl alone there are 1017S 1011 Im Immigrant 1mmhmnt immigrants ¬
migrant In port pri to be b tnnil InIM ltndiI l of which whichnumber whichnumlr whichnumber
number numlr It I has hO been bn arranged nrrnllllo to take off offtoday of ottloda
today ton loda 70U iO O6 leaving IPvlng 2110 2 on boorl lrcl ship shipto shl shlto
to he 0 landed lande tomorrow tomorw Commluloner CommlulonerWllllnnu CrmlulJner CrmlulJnerIIAm ComnmissianerWilitarna
Wllllnnu IIAm sAId that there are but few fewImmigrants 1fI fewimmigrants
Immigrants ImmllranlB detained And A very ver small umallp smallpr ml I
p pr r centage Cntale ordrnl deported tllrtfd The class olnwarriving cln clnArrhlnJ classarriving
arriving fr ArrhlnJ Is above abe th th the average IV K re Ilnl rsgari rsgarilag arJ arJIng j jInJ
lag InJ education eduton and cultivation cullvtlol A large largemajority largemajority r rmjorU
majority of thorn Ihlm go 0 at II one one to th 0 the wen wennnd westnnd vestnni
nnd onrlhWul oirthreat oirthreatniiicriiaitt
niilrnlnm 1 11lam Stilko Slllkf Sit Ika In InAmsterdam f Glnlt GlnltAmslfmAm Caso CasoAmsterdam
Amsterdam AmslfmAm April AprIIOThe 10 10The The workmens workmensdefence workmendllenpe workmensdefense
defense committee CmmltH decided IlClfl today to a to toporclaim toIlrclalm tolorclaim
porclaim Ilrclalm a cessation celaton of the general generalMrlke 10crli 10crliIrlke geseralstrike
strike at midday mldday The strike strlkt was WA nev never MYer never ¬
er really real effective effectiveAt trecthc trecthcAt
At n I monster meeting meeUnJ held later In Inthe Intime
the day dB the federated fePlll trades union re repudiated reI repudlated ¬
pudiated tl the action of the workmens workmensdcfenie workmendcfens workmensdefenae
Iudlatc ltton te
I dcfenie dcfens commute cmmlt and anl decided dCCldf to t con
charged chltSNI gallantly snllnt After Att r crossing a adeep 1 adecim
deep ell motit und entering enlernl thu fort 10lt time thuAmerican thoAJQrlcll timeAnm
American AJQrlcll Anm rlcufls engaged enled the Atoms 10108 bayonets bayonetsagainst bnyonelsIlalnlt bayonetsnHainat
against Ilalnlt krlnseu krilsel A hundred pt the de defenders tiefenders ¬ i
fenders were ero killed klell Including Including the datto dattoof dato datoII
of II Panandungan llnandungln and nll many 111 titan were werewounded Iert seruwoummded
wounded woundtd Only Onl three thr e Americans AmerlCns wero weroWounded vereiyounded ero erowoundld
Wounded woundld After Ater the thl capture CllltUI of the fort fortIt rortI
It I was destroyed destroyedTho IIIJlrocd IIIJlrocdrho
Tho Baculod 10eolod lenders Itldcls and Itl the majority majorityof mnjorly mnjorlyot
of the PeoPle of Unit thl district liltrict had hlll been beenhostile btn btnhostie beenimosilie
hostile hostie to limo tl > Americans and encour encouraged encourOKll emmeouraged ¬
aged OKll attacks allcks on American 1 camps They Theyrejected Tlmvyrejected fhl
rejected ljected the tenders tlndel of friendship friendshipIt 1IIIIIIshl 1IIIIIIshlI
It I Is expected that On Oi defeat of time thoBacolodtnns IhoJlcoloelnl timeihucolodlaims
Bacolodtnns Jlcoloelnl will wi iii result reslit In all al tho Moros Morosacknowledging Morosncknowlc MoresncknmvledgIng
acknowledging ncknowlc ln American Aterl un sovereignty sovereigntyPernhlngs soverolgnl sovereigntyIerslmlrmgs
Pernhlngs lcuhllj1 column Is going 101nl to Para Parahue Iorahue Iaruline
hue which Is also hostile hostiletlnue hoste hostetnul hostiletinue
tlnue the th strike without time th consent conselt of ofthe otthe oftime
the tnul committee omlllt The tumult prevented preventedthe 11Veltedthe
the memberx melllrl of the dcfetisu delelso commltlco commltlcofrom olmIUco olmIUcotrul
from trul securing a hearing hearingWith henrlngWih lmearlrmgWith
With Wih the exceptIon xcCJton of the diamond diamondcutters Illalon1 Illalon1leutlrA dianuontieutterS
leutlrA cutters alt 11 tIme th men will 11 remain rOJlln out outS outSI
t Si S t Louis IOIII I inim IN Hoodie I I e iMuMlgiUloii iMuMlgiUloiik I ii t CSt tllllul tllllulk igtt I I o ii iik
k k St Louis April Apri 10 10The The grand rand Jury JuryInvestigation jur jurrnvc81suUon juryFlncatigution
Investigation rnvc81suUon of alleged aleged boodllng bollln In Inconnection II incolmmmection
connection COllllton with baking powder owdol leglsla leglslatlon Icglslatln legisiat1mn
tlon tln In the Missouri Mis 1180UI1 ourI general assembly alselbh alselbhIa8 asseomblyvae
Vvas Ia8 resumed le8U111 today toda and u number nUlb r of ofwitnesses Ir Irlnel ofWltneeses
witnesses lnel R were examlnod txamilal Among AIOI them themwore thcmre themsCre
wore re several lvlm stale senators By I Ions Ionsdistance lon lonllltllCO ioimgdistance
distance llltllCO telephone Chief of Police 101 la Klcley Klcleytalked Ieleytalked 1Ieteytalked
talked with lh Inspector of Detectives DetectivesGeorge Joterte JotertecorKe Ietectivesheorge
George corKe Mctloskey eloske of New York City Citytoday CI Citytoday
today IGda and obtained from rom him a I prom promise promIse promoiso ¬
ise that tll he h would try 11 to arrest Daniel DanielJ
J Kelley Iole charged chltgld With wih sending sflu a 1 UOO UOOelel 1000 1000check 1000check
check elel to LloutUov Lee Inspector InspectorMcCloskey tnseetorMcCloke inspectorMcCloskey
McCloskey McCloke told 1011 Chief Kleley the Infor Information InCormaton Information ¬
mation maton issued In Missouri lsHourl had just ar arrived II tierired ¬
rived In New Nel York He 10 promised also alsoto alsoto alsoto
to try to hold 10ld Kelloy Kle after ar nft r he wan 11 ar arrested Ir Irrcstel arrested ¬
rested rcstel until unti he can be extradited extraditedTHREE oxtraliiol oxtraliiolTHREE extraditedTHREE
Kllzabcth EI ahth N J April Alrl 10Owlng 1001Ing 10 Owimmg to tothe tothe totime
the spteadlvg sreatl g of the rails rols a drill dri englno englnoon
on the Central Cenlll railroad rlroRl of New Jer Jert JerfY Jersy
t sy fY y left lef the track Irlcl and ant plunged down downa
a 20foot embankment Into a pontI to today today tolay ¬
day The le engineer and alll llrctnau IrIIn and Ind a abrukemun f aUrtikemutto
brukemun Irkemun were builed hUrlel under unter the en engine enIno engIno ¬
gine Ino The brakeman brklmnn was IS taken lakll out outalive outalve nutalive
alive alve but died ld soon after Ifor he had hnl been beentaken beentllCI beentakeim
taken tllCI to a n hospital hospitalTHp hOHIJlal imotiitltalT1I
boy Alfut logu ft ehcfnecr rM r South S uth Am Amboy Jmboy Amboy
Brooks nrolts fireman frlnon Jersey City CityKllng ctt CityNhing
Kllng lnl brakeman blukemon Elizabeth ElizabethAll EluLoth EluLothAl
All Al the vlctlme Ictme were married mnrrlet and an had hadfamilies hndlam hailtumilihes
families lam I They were honlbly scalded scaldedWh BCalded BCaldedWhQn scaldedWlmn
Wh WhQn n the engine went over the tIl em embankment embankmenl embankment ¬
bankment Engineer Hobart had hnt hold of oftho otthe oftime
the whistle whiste cord crc anti nnl the tlm whistle whlslo con continued contned commtlaimLd ¬
tinued tned to eon sound ml ni until un II either eiher the engln englnccriwas englnoerIOS englacervas
ccriwas dead leal or 01 the steam exhausted exhaustedJiitluo exhaustel exhaustelJIIIuo exhaustedJimilgo
Jiitluo JIIIuo llnbt Inbl Y 1 llayno I no liail liailSan IIII IIIISan ieamiSemi
San Mnteo Cal Cal April Apri 10 10Judge 10JudgeItobert Judge JudgeHobart
Hobart Y Hayneone Ualeone of the tll most prom promInent IromInent lironimont
Inent jurists In the state Is dead 1 I I He Hewas 10 10IIS lb lbwas
was IIS very ser er active lel In some of the most Im Important 11 Imimportant ¬
portant legal battles balte fought out In this thUstate thhIlnle thisstate
state Ilnle and at one time tme ervcd prvll as a 1 su supreme su11reml stmirenmo ¬
preme 11reml couit COUlt commissioner onUllssloner He 10 mar married mnrrlet marnod ¬
nod rlet Mlsn IRI Parrott 1arlol daughter of a 1 prom promInent IromInnt Prominept
inept San Hal Franciscan and the widow widowand wl wIlowand < o oInd
and Ind two sons BOlf mirvlvf Rlr him hll Deceased Deceasedwas Decesel
was 101 about 50 years enn of age ageDrcreo aceJftrco ageIecrcc
Drcreo Jftrco Acultmi AlllIHt lilmnoml 11111111 Jo Unn UnnChicago rlnoChlcajo 1IrmnChIcago
Chicago Chlcajo April AIrl 10 10A A decree was to today 10I today ¬
day I tmtered In II the federal teral court against againsttho
tho Diamond Iamond Jo line ln of steamers IteamerB and anddirecting unlllirectii tmntldlrectlmmg
directing lirectii that thlt the th property lrperty of It that com company comflnn coinany
any bo sold 1011 to satisfy atsf a claim cliim of Joy JoyMorton Joyllrtol JoyMorton
Morton llrtol for a Judgment jldlment of 290C9I Time Thohale Timemale ho hoNole
hale Is to take place 1Itce nt ft Carthage ill 111at II illat
at a date to be liked Ixed later laterTrratniry Ifter IfterfrcoHlir laterTreasury
Treasury Btilnnuc BtilnnucWashington Bllanvc BllanvcWoshlnRton ititlomiecWashington
Washington April AprIIOTodays 10 10Totltiys Todays state statemcnt statement statemont
mont of the II treasury ttlllr balanced balancel In the thogeneral Ihogeneral thegeneral
general fund exclusive exclus of II the JUO03 10COJ
000 0 sold Iold reserve r In the division 11lslon of re redemption redempton redeniption ¬
demption dempton whows Ihos Available Avalahle cash csh bal balance bil bilance halance ¬
ance 1122319103 U23lG3 122319163gold gold gole 1123875078 1123875078Frank 12387078Irank 3m07S 3m07SPrank
Frank Innk llk round ulll 0111 0111SI Jullty JulltySt
St James Minn April Apri 10 IOrhe The Jury jur jurIn
In the Tank murder lurdlr trial after acor an all allnight al allnigimt
night session selslol today IOeay rendeiwl rOllelod a verdict vordlctof erdlelor
of second degree murder Iur er Judge Gray Graysentenced Omyentoncet Graysentenced
sentenced entoncet the prisoner lrl8nlr to life lte Impris Imprisonment tnm1irsonimient ¬
onment onlent and gave the attorneys nIOrnC8 26 3 days daysstay daystn tlayNstay
stay stayFrank stn stayFrank
Frank l rnk Tank was charged with 11 the themurder Ihp theimmurder
murder ot John Wellner Welner the former tnrmtr for forwhom ur urwhom orWimoni
whom ho worked workld nnd whose wife ho hoafterwards honrerllrds hoafterwardS
afterwards nrerllrds married Mr Ite Tank l is now nowserving nowsering nowserving
serving sering a life lte sentence In the peniten penitentiary I ienitentiar nlen nlenUar ¬
tiary Uar owing to her confenilon conlelon that thlt ahe ahemurd ulmomurdered he hemurdered
murdered murd red her husband husbandIJmltt husb hushndElimiM nd ndI
IJmltt I IIII of f Crlhlilnjr CrlhlilnjrNew Ctllll 1 Iaeteeml IaeteemlNew lllrll lllrllNew
New Orleans April Apri 10 IOThe The ends of ofthe otthe oftime
the broken cribbing nt Hymella Ihmela have hlv
been blen fastened tlsten and there Is l hope that
they may Il be held h hl for a 1 nhlle whie though thoughany thoughan thoughany
any an further attempt atempt to close col the crev crevnsre cre crefBEe ereracre
acre fBEe Is I considered conIlee liojHrM The water
back of the levee lee in I rising rl1inl In nil al direc directions clrec clrectol direclions ¬
lions tol Tho river rivAl here Is s falling alln Today Toa
for the first Irsl time tml In many mlny days It fell lel
below 20 0 feet registered reKlt rt 199 according ucorlnl
to the government gauge gaugeSturm galge galgeIllrm gaugeIurmt
Sturm Illrm Iurmt Dnmnuonf IfmnlW nl lI Isreris twin I Knu KnuParsons ICII IcasParsons
Parsons Parlon l ICniiftis nnt April Apri 10 10Fim The wind windstorm windstorm Inl
storm here last night nl ht mured U more mor dam damgo damage Am AmIgO
IgO age go than at first ful reported porte Xeurly all ni
the temporary buildings nt the
temporal bulllng8 state stateasylum Itnte ItnteRslum stateasylum
asylum were destroyed and the walls
dUlryel onl wals of oftho It Ittho iftime
tho power hou imouse e which ich was Wil ready tor torthe torthe
the rqof demolished telol htd The residence rldence of
P C Folk was IB blown bloWI from Its Il founda foundation loundnton foundation ¬
ton tion but no 10 one ont was hurt hurtWrrn hurtSIIII hurtSanmiilq
SIIII Sanmiilq Wrrn vrn rn Hcltcil HcltcilWathlngton i4elzedVashington IZIII IZIIIWaehlngton
Wathlngton April Apri 10 10The The report of ofthe lt ltthe oftime
the seizure of th the property of tre tr trcspsss trcspsssIng i lll < aiM
Ing mw JI mill mi owners ownerlin In Indian territory terior
id confirmed connrrld at II tho Interior department
Tho department dOllrlmnt lino hal imn given gh n instructions lutru instructionsthat Uon
that both the th mills m11lnil and the lumber lumbr hall hal
bo turned turnf over to the United Unie Stairs Stairscourts StaluCOttl Statescoiirts
courts COttl for or disposal disposalNO diposal diposaln
Itclntlvc Itelat Use lo llrltlHliroiiuiirrolnl 11IIIIh COlllrtllllrh 1rU 1rUIn lriIleges
11111 Ileges In II Ilio I Iniifliim 111111 Canal CanalWashington CUal CUalnhlngton CansiYashington
Washington nhlngton April Apri 10No hint of the thenegotiations thent timenegotiatIons
nt negotiations otnton8 reported IJrld to be I In progresd progresdbetween logSI pngrsibetween
Ittwen between the government jernment of the United UnlttdStates Unll UnitedState
States and an GIRt Britain Utlaln relative rlatn to toBritish toIrth toIbritiph
British Irth commercial privileges prlvleles In the thePanama thoPanama thePanama
Panama Panama ranal has hlU yet Pt i rotsed r1 the At Atlantic AtInle Atintlc ¬
lantic Inle save av ln In the brief press prel dlypitch
of yesterday ostIJlu The ofllclalH ofclolH hire he sn snthey snthey say saythmoy
they know knol nothing nothlnl or tummy nlY such Ilch pr project projectttmitl Je Jehnd <
hnd 1111 point to the thl fnet t I that there I IHcnrcclv II is isscarcely
scarcely 1tIrccl a precedent IIIectlunl for negotiationon negotiation negotltoll
on Oi j such an 1 Important subject subjet near neara leall leallI mmeamii mmeamiiIt
a I gennmlion 10norlon II advance fclvllCC of it time tht prob probable Illb Illbablo imeobable
able onwlnir of tho Canal Calul It I In I nl nlsuggested nll imiso imisostiggeetcd
suggested IllgCstlllhnt that the molt favored tlvurol no notlpn ni ottth
Urn th mn clause olUUle in thu tim majority nlRloll of o oil oiltientlew 011 our ourtmoatiea
tientlew tlol wpuld wplic innko lalto I t dllllcult 11Icult tt tl eon eonfer rOU4 rOU4tpr eoim4 eoim4tsr
fer any un privilege 1IIlh I of this hind upoi upoiKngland Ulll upummEimglammd
crs Kngland I Il nllaul to the te exclusion oxclu lon of oilier pow powcrs 110WIl rowcrc
Vrrtllot Verml erllet let Against ga RIIt I mMt Auuldrnt itimli1 culilclt emit Co CoQrantl CnOrmll1nllhl CoGrand
Grand Ormll1nllhl KnpIdH Mich April 10 10A A Jur JurIn jut juflin
In the circuit clrclI court lolrt today returned reurlll i iverdict n nvellct nverdict
verdict vellct for UOo 800 In 11 favor tit if Dr OeOIfe OeOIfeW Ueorft ieorgaIing
W King In 11 ii his nilt Illt agalnat nlllnlt the OVlunl OVlunlAcchlent Icneni lemmerttiAccldetmt IcneniAccident
Accident Amuranca Ianc company lomlll limited limitedof Imlfe
of Perth Scotland Scolnlll The Tht trial trlll was fS aen aenpnlloiml UI mm mmsatiommul
pnlloiml ntonuI an the defense endeavored end loll ti tiprove to toIrOIe toitrove
prove that Dr Klntf Ilnl ltmm was 1 Implicated Imllratell It Itlarge In Inlarge Inlarge
large Insurance Inslralct swindling slnlllng operation operationagalimt oIrlUuu oIrlUuuagalMt operatiomtsagalimut
agalimt various nllou8 companiesTO companies COIIllle8 COIIllle8lU
TO lU BUIIN Till llH ALLMNOK ALLMNOKKvcrytlilm IIIISOBBfVrtllnl it1li4tjlOiFcryt
BfVrtllnl Fcryt Kvcrytlilm liliig 1olntn Iniltl ieimitstmm to AllomplN At lellll teismimis ti tiDiNtrny II IIHlroy to toI
DiNtrny I lmit Hlroy roy Ilio 11 I ii n llcrrcHluin1 111llln I I or meNu mmii Hunt 1011 I I SliiipH SliiipHBrlntol ShlllBristol Shio1iliristul
Bristol K I April AtrJ 10 10ImJontuns 10ImJontunsthat 10Jodicatloums 10Jodicatloumsthat indication indicationthat
that twice during Illrlnl DIP last Iflt week at attempts nttempts attenipta ¬
tempts have hlll been bI made I ld to burn r tin tinHorroshufT theIrroJhor timeI
HorroshufT IrroJhor I bout h011 shopti shopl and Inll the tht new cu cudefender CUll CUlldotellJer cupdefemmder
defender dotellJer Kellance He In II have hlt just come It Itlight 10 10lght tohlgimt
light lght Tlm flt matter 1nlr was IIS not lut reported Icporlpll ti tithe tl tothe
the police hut extra prvcautlonH 11llllu1 him himbeen hl imitebetmmm
been bNI taken tlkol to gtmrd the thl piopeity 11101 > el Tw Twyears Twoyears wo woy <
years y < llnl ngo nn attempt otemllt was 1f made 1111c to tiburn to1mi toburn
burn 1mi the boat bOlt shupg shuJ and 111 the cup defend defender letoll ¬
er which was nl being built buil and nl1 the tluwouldbe thewoulcbl tImevommldbo
wouldbe woulcbl Incendiary InOellllr was captured CItulcll um umsubsequently Iml Iml8ubpCfUllt tmmmtl tmmmtltmbsequemmtiy
subsequently 8ubpCfUllt declared to bo 10 Insfltifc Illub Ii IiIs I It ItIs
Is thought that lull the present attempt attempthavo ntempts ntemptshno nttomnptshao
havo been heln duo to a 1 similar Ilmlnr cnuseApparently cause CIUHe CIUHeApllrenl causeAhtiarentb
Apparently Apllrenl every 1ry effort has his been beenmndo beenmllo beenmade
made mllo In tl It keep leel the facts tlcls fiom 1101 torn hecomltiF hecomltiFpublic hlcomll leeommlimmgiublie
public Ilublc It I appears oPPenr hoer that Insl InslMonday Ilst IlstIondl iimiitMonday
Monday Iondl evening PVtnlnl the watchman ullllnll at lt time tluHerreshoff thll timehherreshoft
Herreshoff l IIshor works Wotlll fouml some groan groannnturnted grlll greasesaturated
saturated nturtll garments snrlents piled pllll near lear the sta stalug > tng tngIng t81
lug III about tho Bcllnnro Illnlcu and Ind on 01 top ol oltlm otthe Oftime
the pile wax its n lighted candle which whichhnd whlrhhnd vimiehmhind
111e WUI 1 Ight11 llle
hnd burned blle < to within wihin an Inch of tIme thorefuse th thrcrus tImerefuse
refuse Time ho watchman wntclulnn acted nctld quickly quicklyand quicklyand I IInll >
and Inll prevented n fliv flivSteps fr frIHIPH fimeSteps
Steps IHIPH were taken to guard Iunrd ngnliiFt ngnliiFta ngllnp ngllnpa
a recurrence recull nel of o such an experience IxpIrlencl but buton bulon htmLon
on Tuesday TUCjlay night another unothlr pllo IJlq pli of refuse refucuwax IfUL IfULWil refusewas
wax Wil found IntHlnear near tho tii boat No attempt attempthad ntelnlt ntelnltha1 attetmititImail
had been made Jltl to lire lre It The work workmen worlemcn vorkmmmcml ¬
men are 011 of tho opinion ollnlon that the second secondIncident lcotl lcotlIncllent eecoimdIncident
Incident Incllent at least lCRt was Ias only onl a I matter Intt of ofcarelesenosH oftrllelncsl ofcarelessness
carelessness trllelncsl on tho tim part 1lrt of eomo Ole one oneabout fno fnonbout otmeabout
about the shop shopOUIIYTY shopGUlIT shopGUlliY
Chicago Chlen1 ICIcctlon gh ElectinmiCoiimummlsiiunrs clo Cninmlfialoncrfi lnIHRlolcrl and andChlor nummiCli II IIChlff
Chlor Chlff Cli ii I Clerk So Adjudged AdjudgedChicago dJ IJIlloII IJIlloIICllcgo mm ml god godChicago
Chicago Cllcgo April Apri 10 10Tho Tho members melhers of the theboard theboaIl timeboard
board boaIl of election Cl lton comtnltsloncrs eomrJslonet and Inl Chief ChiefClerk ChletClek ChiefClerk
Clerk Clek Bovell Honl were today lo < ay adjulged It1II 1 by byJudge 1 byJudge >
Judge JutiO Hnnecy Innecy gullly gll of contempt tltelll of court courtIn ourtIn
In opening nnd Inl counting counllg the thl ballots bnlot etui etuifor CWt CWtfor eastfor
for Lorlltnrr Lorlm r and 1111 Durburrow Durborrl In the thl Sixthcongreilonnl Sixth Slxlhcongrel Sixthcongressional
congressional congrel lonnl district 11 lrlet In vlolntlun vJolllon of time thuInjunction IheInjul timeiimjtmmmctlon
Injunction Injul ton issued in restrain tmrli action actionami ncllollnM actioncmiii
ami vera er fined 100 tw cacli Thoy Tho > refuted refutedto
to pay timid nn onler was entered for Ill their theircommitment IhellcOll1rnllm theftcoimmimmi
commitment coimmimmi t nmctmt nt to the county jull TlieV 1lw will willlemnln willlell1nln I Imenmain
lemnln technically In the > cUHto CUtoI < ly of Limo thusheriff IhoRherllY Limoelmerilt
sheriff until nuxt u IHdl < clc when hen hnbivm cor corpus corJ1U curpus ¬
pus J1U procredlntrii will bo begun In the HU HUprenie IIUIreme suImeenme
prenie court courtOlTcr courtOlTer courtOiler
OlTcr lo Ihllmlclpliln IhllmlclplilnIhlladelphln IhllnlhlplilnIhllodelplilll ltiilativlphulnlhilodsiplmimt
Ihlladelphln April 10P A 11 Wide Widener Widener Widenor
ner time cupltallot l and traction maKintte maKinttehas >
has offered to the city elt hIs hl entire art mil millection cIIIlectlon cutlectton
lection providing nn art rnu museum eum It Iterected IIrectNI Iserected
erected at tho tim Oreet street cntrnnc t tFalimont III III1allmont tolairmont
Falimont park Mr Wldener idummer sAy ll > alw alwthat AI AIthat cithat
that the collection of if Mr and MrW Airit Irol W V Viletach P PWllttach 1Wllatach
Wllttach will be b added to his Time pro propo propuPal ro ro11fJ
po puPal aI al was made to Mayor lIIn > or Weaver eaver who wlwnays whosays whosays
says he can see C no reason whylhe pro project project lQ lQJect ¬
ject cannot 1I11I1 > t bo urcnmpllHhed urcnmpllHhedItoliljcrs u ucconmpiisimedItobbors compllhealHohllellI
Itoliljcrs Wreck reek niUNiitirl Bank BankSetlnlla I1nllkBe HankSeslalla
Setlnlla Be < 1nllu Mo 10 April lOflobbcra wrecked wreckedtlit llecke1tho
time vault of the bank of Hmltliton il eight eltlitIIJII eighttithes ht htmiles
miles IIJII s cast of here with dynamite early
today to ln < hut were frliht trhlhleml ne < l away before beforuthey ttorotlw beforetimty >
they tlw > secured any nn booty 1110 Cltlzenii wen at attructcd IIItraded attnutai
traded to the scene by the exploded and anda
a I runnlg runnl pistol right with the robi lOblllt > t > n took tookplnce tok1Iace ttmokhtiace
plnce Tho robbers escaped but It t U nld immldUtme nlduiie nldolle
uiie of thorn was wounded 1 by II a shot tired tlrwlli rtrffilIy tiredJudge
li lIy > Judge James lllngen lllngenL
4 L I KmpliiyrH IIIIJII i mu Ill nycs II CoiihldtT CIJ m ltler 11 or Cnn Cn Oflir OflirNow oncrN I flu r rNow
Now N w York April 10 JOIIrtterl Fifteen luindml luindmlcniployes hund1elJ1lllo hmtmntlredemmipioyes
cniployes elJ1lllo PI of the Manhattan Elevated 1 1atlrftl1 1atlrftl1wny rail railway railway ¬
way held a meeting today loolr todecide to decide clde ui UItn UItnIIn umirntin > mi min
n tin n answer to time offer of < the cainpiiii to toIncreate 10Inewule tolmmcrease
Increate the Miceii nnj reduce the ImurH ImurHof hnuror
of work The eniployen ellllllo e are ineinbeia uf ufthe otIh8 oftime
the Amalentnuted AIIIIII lImued AKaoclatloa of Strvot StrvotHallway SlrllltHnllway StreetHallway
Hallway lemployes lemployesiiiiiiiltlrd hcmploCICClmmlt11 hemnpioyesCoin
iiiiiiiltlrd Coin iii i t t ttl fur Criminal Ccl iii i mm a I Nrglrul NrglrulPhiladelphia rllelJtlhlladolt eg leo t tJhilatiolpimia
Philadelphia lhlladolt > hlo April 10 10111111 Israel Isdaner Isdanerow IlIIIanerowner Isdatmerowner
ow owner ner of the Monroe street tenement In Inwhich Inwhich litwimicim
which three lives were lost 1J t by b tire on onWednesday onWIllIeilelar ottWedtmosday
Wednesday wn waR committed by the cor coroner coroner cotoner ¬
oner to await the action of the grand grandjury Jrnnc1jury grandjury
jury on the charge of criminal neglect neglectIt
It was shown that Isdnner had failed to topiovldo 10Jllovldo toimmorldo
piovldo lire eKupos on the property an anrequired IIHrellulrell aarctiuireti
required by law nnd the coroners July jUlyhelll Jumyimeid
held him responsible rtspon lble for or the death of ofthe ottho oftIme
the tenants tenantshill
Will Not ClI Hum Mill MillLowell lllIrIIOWIII Al ills illsLowell
Lowell Mnss April Irlll0Tho 10 10Time Tlio agents of oftho otIho oftime
time cotton mills Intro which are closed closeddown eloseddown ci050ddown
down because of It dispute with their theiroiftiitlvea thlrolerulll timelroperativis
oiftiitlvea over wnges said today todR tint tintthey Ihatthy thatthey
they had no intention nf attempting to tostnrt toIItArl tostart
start the mills on Monday as had buen buenreported Itcienicliorted
reported reportedlliiN 1 icliortedliimselnmi llOrtedlIuH
lliiN liimselnmi lnn CoiiHiil nt Mltrovllzn tlrad tlradConstantinople IhendConstantinople ot otConslantlnOIle
Constantinople April A prIlIOlr imrli 10 10Al M St Cher Cherblna Cherblnu ChmerbIns
bIns the Russian consul nt Mltrovltzu Mltrovltzuwho lItrolzuwho
who was shot by an Albanian sentinel sentinelthere sentlnoltllre sentlimolthieve
there recently Is dead deadXPW dl dlIW detdemY
XPW IW York irk MflrkctN Clnnpil ClnnpilNew CIIellNOI ClmicilNew
New York April 10 10AII All market and andexchanged nndexchnngll6 antioxehanges
exchanged here were eru closed today to Y In ob observance l1Jscronce ohservance ¬
servance of Good Friday FridayTBOUBLK FridayfItOUJIII FridayrhtouIiid
TBOUBLK AT HAN s DOMINfiO DOMINfiOAnother 1I0l1lno1lIl1tller IOMfflOtmiotImer
Another nticaucincnt lih item IteiolnlldiilKlH HeClIIIIIIIIIIIIIII itemoh
olnlldiilKlH oh mm I In mm 1st s Itrportrd ItrportrdPort I I port 41 41Port
Port au Prince Haytl April prll 10Ad 10Advicc3 10AdvIee3
vicc3 received here from Sun Domingo Domingocity
city say that another engagement lnKSen1tntIwwn be between lttmveen ¬
tween the government forces beileKlng beileKlngSnn
San Domingo nnd the revolutlonlM revolutlonlMwho
who are In powewion of that city took tookplaw tJkJla tookviaLs
viaLs Jla 4 April B L The troops of President PresidentVnijuez Irt lrscllentVasiUez > Illnt Illnta1quez
Vnijuez a1quez attacked the revolutionists and andwere IInliwtrc cimdwere
were repuls repuloeti d utter severe lighting lightingduring IIghtlnldUrinI tlghtlmigduring
during which many moan were killed or orwounded orwounded orwounded
wounded on both aides The American AmericanHerman Anmericanlermnan merlcanUtnnnn
Herman Italian and Dutch warchlp warchlplanded wftt mcarsislidiaumded lIlla lIllalallll1
landed tnarln marines n to protect Nolecllhe the consulatrn consulatrnof con ulatfll ulatfllot
of their respective countries The revo revolutionary revolutionary revolutlonary ¬
lutionary warship Independence took tookpart tookIBIt tookhart
part In the defense qf f San Domingo city cityThe 111The cityThe
The belief prevails here that tho Domin Dominican DominIcan 1omirmlean ¬
ican revolutionists will eventually tri triumph 111umph tnumpim ¬
umph umphDispatches umphDIPIJ umpimDispatches
Dispatches DIPIJ trhes received te lfd by b the Associated AssociatedPreftfl ARPoclAtedPrtII AssocIatedPTefm
Preftfl from San Domingo Domin City It ity April AprIland 5 5and Gan
an and dated April Apr1l1antJ 1 and 2 rrK rIIIIltll > rted an en engagement onljement enggement ¬
gagement April A rU I bftwfn ih forces fnrl of ofPresident otPresident tiCPreIdnt
President Vasquec and those th of the therevolutionists thorevolutlonlts timerevolutionists
revolutionists nt Pajanto a suburb of ofBfln otSRn ofSan
San Domingo city clt resulting In n the r rev rtvolutlonllt revolutlonluta v vulutlnnUta
ulutlnnUta there being bln Urlren Into the therlty thoIt thecit
cit rlty It their retreat being covered oo rHl by the thefire thefire timeflee
fire of the artIllery of the city tit of 8 Stln StlnDomlnJo 8nDomingo n nDomingo
Domingo The Dominican r government governmentgunboat governmenlUnbollt goternmentgunboat
gunboat Presidents took part In the en engagement oncnscment engagenment ¬
gagement of April tlrUI 1 1W 1v
W v fi l I1l1ctll latImmettn > flucttc ttl Drnlm 111 Ills Identity IdentityMlBpouIa 111111MUroula liientltMiseoula
MlBpouIa Mont April 10 hOW W S DA DAquetle DAqueUe PaqueUe
queUe wanted at Omaha for bigamy bigamynd bigamyand bigamyand
and nd at Fremont Neb for or perjury Will waiirrested WillIIrrestld vasarrested
arrested here last night The prisoner prisonerlenle prisonerdlnle prisonerdenies
denies his Identity but papers U Irs found on onhim Inhim onhim <
him seem conclusive
Tost Election ElectionPolice I
l iot i11 inCIica Clicago ClicagoPlice jo joolicc
Police Lieut Ll ll Maurice vfoore and Font Italians Shot ShotTioublt Sltollcolbla SlipJroubk
Tioublt Slatted in II l a Saloon in Argument Over Politics PoliticsWhen PoilicW Polilics1Vei
When W Itel1 Officer Capped on ° Door oor to Open it 1 He Ic Was WasCjrceled H IIasjreelcd as asgrc
Cjrceled grc ld With jj a VolleyThen VoIle Plum he Fun Began
Chicago April 1111 lOLIout Maurice MauriceSlnoio MtjnlceMuomo llljrlctMllol
Slnoio of the Tw0nty lwsntyeecOnll > aevonU street po polieu liUIlea tohic
lieu hic Ktntlon nnd four llnllnns wuru wuruWounded wuruwoululed woreWoummie1
Wounded by Ii revolver shots hut In n Hot at atnn litall ataim
nn early 01111 hour today todayTUB 101InlJI1 todayTIlE
Lieut Maurice Mooro shot In right rightarm rIghtIIIm rIghta rIghtFritmmk
arm IIImIrunk a
Krunk Vlnch Inch i Vfytnn 3 yuuirs lIlI old that 10111 In l leg leg11th g gllvo
llvo Unlfo Imm I to wounds ounll In I a hack nnd tt mmd houd houdcrushed hltlulcrushell hmauticrusimei
crushed taken to St lukes l09pltal l09pltalmay II09111t1l1may
may die dieHalvnn dltSalllI diet5alvnmm
Halvnn barber 24 2 years unrll old Hhot In Inleft Inlort Inleft
left log taken to time county hoopltal hoopltalnerlouB moepituiserious o llllll lllllllIerlou
serious nerlouBFrank lIerlouFlnnk seriousFrank
Frank Hronolmzon 31V 31 shot In right rightleg rightleg rightleg
leg taken to county hospltnl hO 1ItIlI serious seriousFrank MorlouJ seriousFrank
Frank J runl < lloone arm IIl1nlruetured fractured by bullet bullettaken bullettnl bullettaiemm
taken tnl < en to St Lukes hospital serious
i It B Bl
Now York April 10 IOIhreo Threo hundred hundredguesta hUJ111redluolt imuntirellguests
guests of the Victoria Jctorh hotel were 010 routed routedfrom toutedIrom routedrota
from rota bed today by smoke from a near nearby neorby nearby ¬
by fire and all the other occupants of oftho ortho ofthe
tho buildings In time block hounded by byTweiityslxlh byrclltyslxlh byrwemmtysixthm
Tweiityslxlh nnd Twentyseventh Twentyseventhstreets
streets Broadway and Ffth avenue avenuewere acnuowcte avenuewere
were frightened In an au apartment apartmenthouse nplrtmenthouso npttmnenthouse
house at Twentysixth sticet sll et and Fifth Fifthavenue J Fifthaveimue ltttl ltttlIIvcnue
avenue there was as great Iren excitement excitementpartly cxqllcmcnlpllrtl excitementvartiY
partly due to another time scare there thererecently IherereccntlyII1111 tlmeremecetmthy
recently reccntlyII1111 und the tenants rushed rtl liltllor for the thuelevators theelevators
elevators In the Victoria I torll hotel annex annexwere onnxwerl annexWore
were many IIIUn actors nnd actresses who whocrowded whoerolll111 Vhmocrosdeti
crowded out on the Ilio escapes ec lPt s until untilassured un untilassured tit titaHsurld
assured there was no danger and In
BUOKP g UP IN I A i HOW HOWAttempt nO nOAHemlt itoVAtteimmim
Attempt to Hold ibuhiiistiIt liiHiinlly Inrnstl InrnstlKiitlon lmmveslgim
Kiitlon gim 1111011 I itmim nn HuliiH I mm imma Cunt Cii 111111111 111111111Jndlaunlolltl mm roll rollIndlanapollB I IIndinmmapolls
IndlanapollB Apill JIH 10 10An An effort to tohold 10hol tohold
hold an Insanity IlIs IIII commission on OI Hufus HutuCUl1trell Ittifusumtrell Hufuscunlrell
cunlrell the negro who vim Is charged with withKruverobblng itim itimirmverobbing I II1neIfIbblog
Kruverobblng broke up In a rowto rowtoday IO row to totlb ¬
day tlb Charges of bribery were openly openlyiiidn ollcnl1I oimrmIymmedo
iiidn 1I Ir11 by ono of tho attorneys tepre teprestrtlng rIIIeIIIUnl molileSt
strtlng St Cantrell l 11 UelJ It was nl aho iso o charged chargedUnit chargCIItIrll cimargeittiit
Unit an ertott was beltiK mude to rail railumd rnltInlI1 railrimitl
umd Cantrell to he Inminti asylum 10 10thai 10thnl o othat
thai ho could not appear as a wltnots wltnotsagainst wltl1JUnjllnst witliossagainst
against Dr Alexander whose who e trial lt ltef ltr I IEtA
ef r EtA for or next week weekWhen I weekimen > clt cltWlll1n
When imen Hqulre Kmrlcli declared flu thiuit flucttlmt I IC
C cttlmt uit open uinl that tho examination examinationof
of vllnesrfes wltnU el would begin Prosecutor ProsecutorItitckelshuus 11O PropecutorItmlclceishuu ocl1tor ocl1torHllclwlslluu
Ititckelshuus protested Iroto led ugalnit till pro prop lrolllllns rrotodings
p ndlngs HP said saidI
I have a right to 14 aeu Ill that no man mlluralllomlell s srailroaded i irailroaded
railroaded to the Inwinu iisylinn II Yhnn In Incti Innd instead
cti stead > nd of gottlii his Just mimics for Or crimes crimescommitted cllIno4cJmrnlttell cmlinescommmtimltted
committed ngnlnst t the state I stand standlitre AtnnlhHe stoUthere
here on my rights and I demand that thattl thtthl thatthIs
tl thIs > commission continue time inquest inquestuntil In1luo Inttmostuntil t tulIlIl
until after the th trial of Dr Alexander AlexanderAfter AlcxllnclerAfter ticxmmntierAfter
After listening to arguments of if at atUincys attlll1eYI litt
Uincys t mneyu who rlalmed to represent Can Cantrtll Cantnll Cantrail
trail the commlaslon granted n con continuance COliUlluonce commtinuance ¬
tinuance to May Mu 4 4Heavy 4lIellvr 4lfene
Heavy lfene Slnrm In Kaunas KaunasIndependence 1C1I1InMJndoltndencl IfimusneindmpetmIemmce
Independence han April Allrlll00no 10 10One Ono of ofthe ofthe I Ithe
the most severe rain and wind storms stormsIn
In yean pievalled In th9 part of tho thovtnte thoIIlntl thestntt
vtnte last night The brunt nf tho storm stormwas litoImwnll stormmas
was felt Just lIlt 1 of here where It Itamounted Itoll1oulltet1 Ittmmmioummted
amounted to a cloudburst cloudburstUnman cloudburstItOhilmIli t t11011I1111
Unman Strikers ItcHiinio II IHII III 0 Work AYorkHomo Work1Iomo WnrkRome
Homo April 10AII the strikers with withthe withtime llh I IIhe
the exception ex ellllCln of the compositors IIIP < 1t018 have haverenumecl hn hnrellul11cl hasreeumnsci
renumecl work 0111 nnd Ilomu ha hUll reenlned reenlnedIts
Its lt nornuil 110 rill II I aspect OIIJI d Many foreigners foreignerswho foreignerstviio
who 10 left this city clt temporarily are re returning rltllfnlng rimitmnlmmg ¬
turning turningNnniCN tllfnlngSMllell itmnlmmgi
NnniCN i miles Hiiliinltlcd H mm immim I I I cmi to t o tho I ii c Pupe PupeHome 1011eHom IolmeHorns
Home April 10 10Tho Tho pOliO received receivedMgr receivedA1im
Mgr 111 Vecela secretary ertnr of the congrega congregation con opgregalhmii lr a atlnu ¬
tion of time propaganda Who suhinlltid suhinlltidtli
tli lime mimes Mm of lit Bev lIe John J 1 lien Ultnruii U1nrOIl lienfUll
rOIl coadjutor blihop of Konws I n a City CityMo Cityltl CityAiti
Mo ltl an It a coadjutor archbishop of St StIxmlH StoIlIM StIcmmla
IxmlH oIlIM and lit Bev lIt Henry Mueller MuellerMxhop Ineller1I1 itmeiherhilsiiop
Mxhop 1I1 1J11 of Colnmbui Ohio ni a coadjutor coadjutornrohblthop t ccindjtmtorareibithmop IRlljutorarchblshot
nrohblthop of Cincinnati which the thepontiff theIollllrt theliomitiff
pontiff ratified r1UlledJ
1 T Hill aIls on oh Morgan MorganNew AlorgaimNew IotallNe
New Ne York ork April Imnli lOPrtildcnt J J JHill Jlilli 1
Hill Of the Northern PecuilllM com comany oomIRn
IRn any wIts 1111 at hi mI oincc today tod onlllni onlllniHlcr OIllInllaler ogliloglimIer
Hlcr on J P I Morgan Mr Hill mad madquite IJIdlquite maadMquite <
quite H stay at Mr Morgnn0 oillee oilleeviiorc omceIhore nfflcmemhmore
viiorc he conferred with several mont rnemKrs roemhN montbets
hN bets Krs of the firm None of thoeo Inter Interflod Inlertrd Interstcd
> flod would comment further on yos yostirdnys YOtltlUS yusttriltmys
tirdnys decision of the United States Statealrcult Stnt StntIrcult Statescircuit
circuit court courtKliaiimxkH tOUrlHhllrntmkM courtSlmnuiroeks
KliaiimxkH to Jlnvo Test fr t Tntiorrnv TomurrowWelI1oulh ToqiurrowWeymnoutim TntiorrnvWeymoulh
Weymoulh April prIl10lhe 10The Shamrocks Shamrocksl
tilh l 111 have their first real 1 contwt to tonnirow tomOITO tomorrow
morrow It will be under strict raring raringconditions r1lelnfOlIdlllllnll eeIngcoditionc
conditions with little money muD for tIm thntilnnlng tllodnnlng tImsitmnitmg
tilnnlng crew and Am fixed handicap term termovtr tormllOr tornmswet
wet a measured SO mile niiirif Aft After AtlerStlUnrock AfterS1ivnrock r rShajnrock
Shajnrock Ills III showltiK ywleiday It I Ib IR IRlJe1fed isbelieved
b believed ll ved 1 16 minutes will be allowed the theolder theoleltr thecider
older boat boattihimwck hootIUmnmlck bootSimanmmitck
tihimwck HI has not yet 8t b been en eked apkedto I ekedto ked kedto
to negotiate a head ae sea and the likeli likelihood JkplIIwoo likelihood ¬
hood of a 1 pen CII ensranI wan wArd breeze tomorrow Ifn IfWiflmn5d If Ifwelcomed
welcomed n as it will VIIIIIi Rive an opportunity opportunityrf
rf seeing Ing how she II will acquit ncqu t htrs hpuillt hpuilltundtr hsrctitunder lf lfunder
under such condition condltionaNn
Nn II t Iiiry fur III Hownril Case CnocFrankfort CJncPrankforl Case1rankfont
Frankfort Ky 1 April 10J M Praty PratyMM Iralono ltatyaims
MM of the Jury un mured yeatnrday In ih ihcue the thecan
cue 50 of Jamea Howard 1101 who Ii now being beingrial belntlild being1usd
rial fur tho third time on th the chare of oftilling ofkilling < f fImllng
tilling lovernor Ooebd O bl w was rxouwd to toay today today
day ay on account cc unt of lIIknMl lckne in hl his family familyt
A t comp lOm1leto to Jury Jar has not yet et b been n secursti securstihurt ecur ura uraTurf u uTurf
Turf 1lclil mill Farm Sold SoldNew SoleINew nlti nltiNew
New Yerk April lltll lOThe Turf Field Fieldml FleMnnd Fieldanti
anti ml Farm l arrn the oldest iwiier of its ilins ilinsn
In n exlsteniH1 having Nn fn published over ovrryears 0fT4t
4t years rs ago will discontinue Its pub publeatlon publlcallon ptmbIleamioti
leatlon on Saturday The Spirit of tho thoTime thoTltll thm thmTime
Time has purchaaed th the property and andt
11 t will t lit consolIdated cont llldatfll < with that paper paperThe IIIcrTh paperThe
The new nl owner has taken over the en enlr enU ontire
U tire lr editorial and ollUx om < Malt and time thieadlnC tll tllleading timeleading
leading features te turoJ of both tr IAJltrl rs will 11 be beonlinued becontillued beeoiitliiUed
onlinued by Spirit of the Time TimeMniuncnl TIIIIN1R5elcnl TlnmeeAIascatil
Mniuncnl Itprimcd OfrrPurli onItlunl Ofrr iflorslunts
Purli April 10 The T Tmipe ilIfii < > nps today todaypublishes twayPUbl1lhl todaypublishli
publishes an Interview with Signor
The Th trouble started 1 In a salouii salooll1Qt NalOuUIQt A Apost
post election elect Iou argument was ftmt t ltd < d and andseveral nildseveral atmdseverai
several bUnvH were struck Tin < nnvd nnvdcomposed IoWdCOltlllOk r iacdconmposeil
composed l chloily of Itallniif then thensurged tl1 tiiemmstmrgcti 11 11HllrllCI
surged out to II 0 tho aldexvalk where pie pietain pl imistols
tain and knives were drawn drawnWhen tlmawmmWimeim 1IownWhen
When the pollco and dctertivea ar arrived Qtrlvel mrflYoth ¬
rived Vlnch iimclm wn tVnhi 1111 found lyiiir utuop utuopsolous UIIIIOSOIOIlM Uii3psolous
solous In the street The others cither citherhnd 11l11lrhnll ettimirimntl
hnd scattered or had K 1Ine nc to tin floor floorttliovn floulaho floutaliove
ttliovn aho the saloon Lieut Moore took tookhalf tflokhnlt tiiokimal
half imal f of his men up the th niulrnny sIti t CIS ny and andrnjiplns nl1lltllllpln a ni nirappi
rnjiplns rappi mig on tho I door urdend elJl If 1 those In Inpldo InIdo Inskin
skin to open It Ho wn IIfId rei ted U lo n nvnlloy IIvnlloy ftvolley
vnlloy one of which graced JjTIl II hlH IHKUI IHKUIand hl lmittla lHI lHInnll
and a qti nnither mm ncm I liar enured hl liii ght i I nll1I nll1IPOIiIPIt itromlOepi rm rmniBplte
niBplte lOepi te thisho Ihls t ii Is ho drew III < his 111 miv ii V r I ulth ulthhis It It ltii ltiihis II IIhis
his left urtii and with lIh tIll nfll flhrll cr rs but buttered bllttrtl buttered
tered down the door doorAs dootB door4s
As B Urn pollco entered the lump which whichhad whichh4lll1htell vmieimIitil
had h4lll1htell lighted tho place wan put out leav leaving lellvInn kemvmg ¬
Inn mg the room In darknens Iln rlme Anotlmr notll r was wasjundticnd wasmmodtmeoil
jundticnd 1101111101 and more than a t dozen Hal Halluns Italuns Itimilaos
laos uns wore arrested
1 1other
other buildings women OITHn were carried carrieddown rnrrlel1I0u carriedtloWmm
down through smoke to xufety lCet The Tholire ThelItc Timelime
lire un was In a building hllll 1lng < oi Fifth avenue avenuebetween 1Plnbelwoen avenuehetweemm
between Twentysixth fol1t lxth and Twenty Twentyseventh Iwuntyecnlh 1 1seventh
seventh streets used UAe n Itll a storage ware warehouso flirthou80 vrehiouso
houso for pnlntlngH anti aniltirH find findtho htmltime IIHItho
tho damage Is estimated at 1100000 1100000Ono 100000ann J
Ono of the smoke routed tenants In Inthe Inth 1mmthe
the th apartment building was Copt F I T TXnllnnkl r rZultnkl I IZn
Xnllnnkl Zn I inukl linentor invemm toE of the I dynninltr gun gunHe grimmlie tlii
He IB a cilpplo and In sImile > Ho of if his oh ntijoctloiiH ohjo11 ohjoctlomimi
joctloiiH jo11 0 11I1 In oIlIer to Have VP valuable pa papers paliens ¬ I IIlers
liens a fireman picked him up and car carried carriel carrietl ¬
ried him to the street streetJn I IIn
Jn n the Victoria Charles A Town cx cxsocrolnry IXsoerulnr OXsecretary
secretary from Minnesota Tony Pastor Pastorund IlIstlrnnd Instorand
und Pete Daly the comedian COlll elllln nt OHI1 < d hit hlHwife hitIto ImisWife
wife Ito Were nmortc those forced to seek seeksafety SC4ksatel seeksafety
Mnscagnl who imcm arrived here yesterday yesterdayfrom I f 1 i Ti Tifmonm
from New York Mawagnl Mnllt lnlnYs nys lit won wonoffered WMorrorcil wasoffered
offered large sums for private concerts concertsat eoneitsat t tnt
at clubs and rwBldcnces in America hut hutrefuged hutrefused I Irdusell
refused time offers as unworthy of un unartist aimmmrtltmt It I i iIIrl1sl
artist He atlrlhuteH much of his mid midfortune mIsfortune I Ilortunl
fortune to rtfUHliiK to take up ullhclle these pri private prlvallIuncurts private ¬
vate vallIuncurts vallIuncurtso concur commeerts commeertsr IB IBNo
No r o Woril m1 from Im tim ihn ihnCinnabar I ii mm 1leAhleJlI 1leAhleJlIClnnnlllll Jree ltlom t tCInnabar
Cinnabar Mont Apill AI > III 10 10No No word wordwns wordwns wordWns
wns received from President Boon4Vclt Boon4Vcltthis nooK ItOoseVgittitle Yllt Ylltthis
this niornlng nl rnln Bccy Lo6b LlJ J nnd nl I Aunt AuntSflfy AStSef sst sstSon
Sflfy Son Barnes 1I left edrly erlrlyt for r a nltlr trlp r1p to tothe toIhlt tothe
the Mammoth springs and will riot re return returim ¬
turn until late this evening eveningWATHIl esouiingYtTEiL
WATHIl I lOll OK HAN MIANCI8CO MIANCI8COloTakn 1ilIAClSCOitmermmmlssloii
itmermmmlssloii loTakn In Fake It Iroiii Ynsninlln YnsninllnInrk Yosemimilelmtmk
Inrk Not YotOrnnicil YotOrnnicilWashington Yet Granted GrantedWuslmimmgton
Washington April lOSecy Hitch Hitchcock hitchcock ¬
cock of the Interior department has hasdecided hitsuieeidej
decided that before IIP passes upon the thoPetition thePetition
Petition of time city of San Francltcu Francltculo
lo be allowed to take water ouf ut of ofYosemlte ofYosemite
Yosemite park for the tim supply of that thatcity thmittcity
city he will have made n thorough m In InVPHtlpntlhii iiivCNtlgltlmi
VPHtlpntlhii by the gwiloidral survey surveyAfter surveyAttsr
After Its Inquiry the survey will report reportto
to the secretary whcreujion ho will take takeup takeup
up and decide tin th qwstlim qwstlimDAVIDSON qustlitmDAVIDSONFILES
BIG DAMAGE SUIT SUITInstitutes UITInstitutes
Institutes Proceedings Against AgainstJudge AgainstJudge
Judge Tanner and Sheriff SherifFErnery SherifFErneryASKS Emery EmeryASKS
ASKS FOll SUM OF 10000 10000Ior
Ior Allrc Alleged d Liilavlul Imprlioumcnl ImprlioumcnlIn
In IIU UI Trouble Will itls the Cook Cooktlcilcnl CookJiedIcI
tlcilcnl Conipaii ConipaiiA umlipaliA
A > 10000 damage suit was filed toil toilIn tt u uin
In the district court by Dr James Da Davidson Pavltleon ¬
vidson against Judge H S Tami < r und undSheriff cindSimerlft
Sheriff i C Frank Ilmory for the a fti sjtd sjtdunlawful 51dunlawful
unlawful imprisonment ot plaintiff Th Iboactiomm Thaction
action resultwl from loin a suit tiled In time thucity timecIty
city court by Dr Davidson against flit ibiCook flitCook
Cook Medical company Julsn Julgnmrt rt by bydefault bydefault
default was rendered by JuU < Tamer Tamerin t tIn
In favor of plaintiff f ft < uiut 14 Ut 1112 1112Uxseution M2 M2lixecutlon
lixecutlon was Issued sal r 1 tl li 1 < vat vnipaid vatpaid
paid over to A It Edlei th sn snfor tmS tmSfor >
for Dr DavIdiOn Who ir tum > i < i v nd ndIt
It to hl his client cllintThe clientThe
The Cook Medical > mi u my tln In IndliceU induced
dliceU the court to n < tim > n < iuiiji > nl nliwlde
iwlde on the ground ti it i i Ull Ullwa ullwas
wa Illegally entered u H < inurt urt u mtn < n nordcre c i iantlered
antlered < l Dr Davidson im us ti tt i ito e eto >
to return this money i t a > th thjudgment h hjumigmimemit
judgment Into court lii 1 I MVid MVidson i cii ciicon
son refua rrfuwl d to do and hi s vn s adiuuged adiuugedIn ImtiugedIn
In contempt of court and r < 1 11 t cm cmmnitted m min
in mnitted it ted to the custody or UK shnft un until Untii ¬
til he olj oheyetl yJ the order uf th > otit ur Ic Icaccordance litaccordance
accordance with ouch < < nunimtnl nunimtnl8h i iSheriff
8h Sheriff rlft Emery took Dr Da Dailn Inlc Inlchis intchi
his hi custody about S atlork in tin tim af afrer afrernoon r rnoun
noun of Fell V 0 and Kept kI > t him n iu i un until 11mmill ¬
ill 10 oclock the tnorninq of 0 V > 11 11The 21lime
The pmeeedlngs In Tmmii s > ji u i tv i ii iireviewed msreviewed
reviewed by Judge Hiii of tid tidcourt rtitcourt
court upon a writ of certt certtmi in T Dr DrDavklton DrDavkisamm
Davklton was as ordered i > i t i l f ie iecustody 45custody
custody the court hcldlni n i a > s ai ainot amnot
not properly and leguib c i b uI 1 IE IEcontempt Icewmtenpt
contempt of court courtHecauM courtHecause
HecauM nt such Imprlsui n Dr DrDavidson D DDavidson
Davidson alleges that he oev alck alckfor stekfor
for four weeks and was roini irl t temploy tt ttemploy
employ a phyxlclan He suftercv ere eredistress great greatdistress
distress and humlllatici by rean reai ¼ n ol olthe 01the
the Imprleonment and big practise as i iphysician simlclan
physician lias also been greatly dam damaged darnaged ¬
aged Ho wns w ns alto compelled to emploj emplojattorneys ernplojattorneys
attorneys to secure his relena frore frorepriruii Ire IreFriuIm
priruii Ills total damages he eatlmatcr eatlmatcrat estlmatat
at tiOVOO 0QQO as given above
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