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Big Boost Excursion for Benefit
Of Cities and Towns
Adds One Hundred and Fifty Per
sons to the Happy Busy
GetAcquainted Crowd
clcOnlos Olml Hand Is Intended l > y
The Different Communities KM
Itoulv Kceeptlnn Mot Iloyiil
Trousers with hammer rockets nro
Kolns out of fashion and boosters for
Utah are now In tho Mddle as never
the wero before In the history of the
state Today several hundred ot them
gathered at the Salt Lake Houto de
pot In the early morning hours vhlK
most of tho town slept They didnt
como because they wanted to Uo
somebody but because they wanted to
do something And that somethliiB was
the diverting Into Iah of utah money
The preaching of the creed of mutual
support of western people In the west
was thc mission on which the excur
sionists left nnd In their Ions list were
mostly men who represented the com
mercial life blood of the state They
were not dressed for holiday but for
business business that Is drawn by a
mulling face and a glad hand
The glad hand couldnt bo shaken
tired and the smile couldnt be con
verted Into a frown or even to Indiffer
ence It was tho first treat army of
Invasion going out to capture the south
ern portion of Utah and to Blvo It com
mercial Independence In a leuRue of tho
llocky mountain principalities
Not only did the people boost They
carried John H 1 alone and his big
band and at nearly every stntlon the
Inhabitants came out with another
band and their clad hands plus their
citizens who had something to show
that would make prosperity tor Utah If
Utah would utilize It Instead of home
substitute from the eaat
Murray sprang tho surprise of tho
daythat Is the first few hours of it
by showing up over HO strong plus a
big brass band and the smile that
eroded them from President Hwlett
nnd the directors showed plainly that
those who pioneered the busy league
had personal pride In Its successes find
wero tickled to death to have Murray
bloom out In such promising strength
fict Ariualnlcd ICxcurslonlMs 5lcn
Grand Ilrccptlon on Trip
Special to tho News
American Fork March 7The Get
Acquainted bunch and It Is certainly
a big one Is here and everybody knows
It Ten car loads of busy neople
hauled by a doubleheader pulled In
here about ll30 and left for Irovo at
After the train left Sandy tho excur
sion ceased to bo a Salt tike affair
At Murray about 150 persons were In
waiting at tho station and promptly
took one car to themselves on which
they hung biff streamer bearing theo
ter words Murray Utahs Iluzy Cell
The excurHlonlsls of Bandy Draper
Crescent and other towns took another
car and so It went along the route
On this car there was a big banner on
which was tho legend Southern
Salt Iake County
The Lehl pilgrims wore yellow badge
bearing tho Inscription i Always
Busy These badges were distributed
by tho Ichl citizens and the excur
sionists from this place looked like a
band of whooping Ilute Indians Tho
badges wero made at thc expense of
the Commercial club and business rep
The first long stop was made at Lchl
All the people or nearly nil of the
town headed by Vice President John
V Hmlth of the Commercial club met
the train at tho depot Headed by a
band time whole party marched to tho
Lehl Tabernacle where a short time
was spent In specehmaklng Tim speak <
ers wero A J Kvans 0 H Hewlett
Geo Austin anti Matt Thomas Tho
former In A very happy speech extended
tended the excursionists a hearty wel
come and Pledged tho support of Lohl
to the movement which he said had
nlready done tho state a great amount
3f good and was destined to do a
treat deal more for the material wcl
are of Utah
President 0 I Hewlett In a ring
ing speech explained the purpose of
the movement and declared that If It
I given the support I deserves It will
bo tho means of making Utah tho lead
log state In the Intcrmountnln country I
Tho others spoke along thin same lines I
and each received n hearty round of
A most pleasant sight met the gaze
of the pilgrims when they reached this
thriving place 1 any person WHS let
home it would have taken a squad
of officers armed with 1 search war
rant to find that person Everybody
apparently was at the station to ex
tend n welcome And what a wel
come It was Hundreds of school chit
dren waving banners and flags were
yelling like mad I was Indeed an
Inspiring sight und one which will live
wi 1e
In the memory of those fortunate
enough to see I Them was really
too much enthusiasm for speech mak
ing Tho moment the delegations ar
rived they loft the train Joined with
tho American Fork delegation and the
children and paraded around tho town
Even the dogs seemed to pnrtnkc of
the spirit of getting busy ceased
scratching their fleas and romped
nbout the paraders and showed their
approval by bitrks of Joy
The visitors were reluctant to leave
tb place ana Eoveiul vi them liud to
i y J <
make flylnelcaps for the train as It
pulled out for Provo where another
royal reception luvnlta them
Met l > y I Ills Crowd Knterlalnment
And Program Ilih KMnlng
Special to the Newr
Provo March 7Wimat do you think
thu slogan In for the excursionists I
Is Mnke a noise like a millionaire
Whatever that kind of noise
n Is they
aru certainly making It fpr they arc
makinG every kind of u noise Imagin
able except knocking noises nols s
produced by hammers But then this
Is one event and onu class of people
In which there Is no room for knockers
The stop here was I brief one Hut
It was long enough for I march led
by I brass band and a visit to thu
Commercial cub Every excursionist
was given a budge and circulars which
Informed them of tho big Utah county
hor e show which Is scheduled for
April 13
When the train pulled out from Pro
vo the number on board was augmented
ed by about CO lrnvolten who made
things lively by their enthusiastic ac
tions From here they go to Nephl
winre dinner will he K rvcr and whero
they will continue to Make a noise
like a millionaire
On the return trip this afternoon the
pilgrims will stop at Provo where I
splendid entertainment will be given
An excellent program and supper has
been arranged for and I big meeting
will be held under the auspices of the
Commercial club The meeting will be
held In the Central meetinghouse and
n great gathering Is looked for
Is Shoun by the Kilt LnKo PoMolhVo
The returns from the Salt Lake post
ofllce continue to show Increased gains
In local business For February of the
current year the tales of stamps and
stamped envelopes amounted to JIT
15303 as against 1657190 for the same
month of 1W3 nn Increase of 161335
The receipts for second class muter
for last month were 112091 as against
Jl02618 for the February of last year
an Increase of 91 76 So the business I
of the Bait Lake olllcc continues to I
grow and grow and this Is a fair In
dex ot tho citys Increasing Importance
Those Appointed TlilsMornlng for tho
Big V H C Tournament
The executive committee of the West
ern Howling congress met this morning
at tho Commercial club and made tho
following appointments Award com
mittee A L JenkIns of Seattle A W
Martin of San Francisco and Dr Mer
rill of Oakland official scorer W D
Ulshel ofHciil umpire Prof Nettle
ton official referee Capt I M Barrett
custodian of the pins Jnck Quinn chief
official pin judge A Anderson
At 9 oclock on Friday morning the
accredited delegates will meet at tho
Commercial club at which time the
election of ofllcers will take place and
other matters of business will be trans
acted The most Important thing to
bo determined at that meeting will be
the selection of time next place of hold
Ing the congress Several cities are
In the field as candidates for the honor
and much spirited rivalry Is exhibited
by friends of tho respective aspirants I
So far Denver seems to be well In the
lead and It II highly probable that the I
Colorado metropolis will win out when
the votes are counted on Friday
rnnrrnl Services Over the Kenwlin of
IllIlls Knight This Morning
Funeral services were held In the
Eleventh ward meetlnchouso at 1 a
m today over the remains of Phyllis
Knight daughter of John M Knight
of the Ensign stake presidency and
Florence C Knight The services
were conducted by Bishop Itobert Mor
The hall was filled with the friends
of the deceased while the floral trib
utes covered the casket nnd pulpit
Tho services opened with the singing
of Prayer Is the souls sIncere desire I
by the choir And then followed prayer I
by Ulshop Atwood Miss Eleanor Jen
sen and the choir sang Oh Grove
Where Is Thy Victory
The speakers one and all referred to
the virtues of the deceased and the
high characters of the parents and
assured them of meeting beyond thc
grave Those who addressed the be
reaved wero lllshop Itobert Morris
President n W Young President Jo
seph Wells Joseph E Taylor and El
der Charles Livingston The benedic
tion was pronounced by High Coun
selor John C Sharp
By the Supreme Courl Loner Court
Sun ill noil
The supreme court this afternoon
handed down an opinion nfllrmlng tho
Judgment of the lower court In the
case of Nicholas Smith against the
Oregon Short Line Railroad company
appellant The action was brought to
eject tho railroad company from I
strip of land In Weber county which It
had taken possession of for railroad
purposes without the consent of plain
tiff grantor Judgment was rendered
In favor of plaintiff In lower court for I
possession of part of the land taken
by the defendant and this judgment
Is now nlllrmed Tho opinion of the
supreme court was written by Justice
Straup concurred In by Justice Me
Carty and dissented from by Chief Jus
tice Ilartch
Colored Man Out What Wai Coming
To 11 This Morning
Eugene Tyler a colored man who was
charged with grand larceny towlt that
lie stole from one Laura Smith u gold
watch I chatalalns pin unrt J In money
and who was brought back from Ogden to
answer today pleaded guilty to petty
larceny and expressed his readiness to
ho nentenced at once Thereupon Judge
Dlehl Imposed the maximum Kilty upon
thu accused that U six months Im
prisonment In the county Jail
That the defendant exacted a lIghter
sentence was evidenced from the look if
dismay that passed over his countnnnnco
whfn the courts words fell upon his ear
Ills bands were fattened with 1 metal ni
pllance known as bracelets anti ho was
ltd away to JBII
w 1c >
Ethel A Browns Body Was
Found Floating in the
Whether It Is n CUM of Sulcldo or
t Iliis Nut Hccn De
Paris March 7The prefecture of
police his requested tho American
authorities to assist In unraveling tho
mysterious death of Ethel A Brown
believed to be an American whose
body was found recently In tho river
Seine A boatman discovered tha body
floating near tho suburb of Charenton
It appealed to be tlU body of n woman
of means rIte underclothes were em
broidered with tho riamo Ethel A
Drown On tho hands wero two gold
rings she wore pearl ear rings a gold
lorgnetto was suspended from I chain
around her neck and she hud kid
gloves on her hands No money and
no papers were found on the body und
there was a deep wound live Inches
long across the scalp Tho police are
unable to decide whether tho wound
was the result of an accident or of nit
Intentional blow Time body apparently
had been In the water sovoral weeks
Tim first clue to the Identity of the
woman was the following entry made
In 1903 on the police records of for
tlgmirs visiting Paris
Ettle Brown American born nt
Fnycttevllle Nov 21 1S72 father
John mother Sally Geachy
The entry Indicates that tho maiden
minnie of the deceased was Ethel
Tho name of the state from which
she came was not given
The body remains at the morgue
The French nnd American officials
are cooperating with the police In tho I
endeavor to establish the Identity of
the woman
Washington March 7The senate
began Its session today with the pros
pect of hearillg two speeches on the
railroad rate question one by Mr Clapp
In support of the measure and the oth
er by Mr Scott advocating radical
amendments Both senators were early
In their seats and prepared to proceed I
as soon as the disposition of the routine
business would permit
A bill amending the law relative to
terms of United States courts at
Evanston Wyo was passed also a
joint resolution authorizing the secre
tary of war to sell coal to the residents
of Nome Alaska
At 1230 oclock Mr Scott addressed
the senate on the railroad question
Washington March 7The Indian
appropriation bill was tho continuing
order In the house today Agreement
was reached to conclude the general
debate at the end of today session
Before taking up the bill Mr Capron
H I secured the passage of 1 joint
resolution permitting the sale of gov
ernment coal at Fort Davis Alaska to
the concessions of Nome
Mr Burke S D began an cxhaus
the discussion of the Indian problem
Washington D C March 1The sec
relary of the Interior hal executed n
contract on behalf of the Inlted States
with Pago and llrlnton of Salt Lake for
the construction work of schedule four
of dam of main canal ami embank
moats PayetteBolse project Idaho
The amount of this contract Is S855
Washington March iThe full list of
entries for IV Hennlngs spring qicetltiR
handicaps the Washington Nursery the
Oxnard Dinner stakes the Jesse Drawn
CUll the Ohcvy Chase steeplechase and
tlio spring handicap steeplechase have all
bten received amid In most cases show n
gratifying Increase over previous years
The Hennlngs handicap received 61 en
tries ono its than lust year but the nf
others show appreciable Increases the
Oxnard Dinner stakes having M Ihl
Jese Brown cup 33 Chevy Chase steeple
chase 13 the Spring handicap 10 tha
Washington Nursery no less than 6
There are three stakes for two yean
The Nursery tho Jeisc Brown cup and
tho Oxnard Dinner stake ant
On TliN Account 1lai N nt Half Ma > t
Mast at Attn Club
The flag Is nt half mast today over
the Alta club on account of tho death
at Pasadena California at G6 years of
age of lon Oliver Williams of Denver
general agent for the Rocky Mountain
district of the Northwestern Mutual
Ilfo Insurance company of Milwaukee
The remains will pass through this
citY this evening In transit from Call
fornla over the Clnrk road and will ha
accompanied to Denver by Agent Ulll
eon of the Insurance company In this
city Mr Williams has been In the west
for IS year He was a nonresident
member of the Alta club and well
known In this city especially In life
Insurance circles Ho Is reported to
hnvfl left annuities for his family to a
very large amount which will keep
them In comfortable circumstances for
n long time Mr Wllllamj was at
tacked by the grip n Year ago which
resulting In kidney and heart troubles
that proved Incurable At the last
his pulse rose to HO heats per minute
munch the wonder Is that he stood I in
long The funeral will be held Il Den
ver on Sunday next with local Inter
The German and French Envoys
At Algeciras Have About
Reached One
Specific Form of Guarantees Un
Speoic wm
setle and Still a Subject
Of Discussion
Tho Merlin Foreign Ollkv Hcpinls u
Satisfactory Issue of use Con
ference a S AsMirnl
Iliirlln f March 7 1rlvate conversa
tions between the German and French
envoys ut Algeelrns have brought them
almost to an agreement on the Mo
roccan police controversy so near In
deed that the foreign office hero ie
xards a satisfactory Issue of the con
ference ni assured Germany It Is
uiidii stood accepts France and Spain
u H having the olllcfru best fitted for
policing Morocco and Franco accepts
International control In principle un
dertaking to supply adequate HUirun
tees that the police shall bo Interna
tional In character I Is the specific
form of these guarantees that remains
unsettled and continues to be the sub
ject for discussion I is likely that
111 International Inspectorship 1 he
created consisting cf a single oillcer
of leputo from u power other than
France Spain or Germany One de
tail which continues to be discussed Is
the propriety of the Inspector being lo
cated In a neutralized harbor The
ministers of tho powers will also ex
ercise general supervision over the po
Paris March 1hc foreign omce
says It Is unable to confirm the an
nouncement from rterlln that Germany
Is about to yield nt Algccrlas by con
ceding French and Spanish olllcers for
the Moroccan police
However unolHclal reports today Indl
caet that Germany Is disposed to make
concessions having the effect of set
tling the FrancoGerman controversy
One Berlin report eays that Germany
will concede the policing of one Mo
rocc r port by the French the other
ports remaining under International po
lice The foreign oillce here specifically
repudiates this report saying that the
concession of 1 single port would not
be accepted If proposed
Another report received here from
Berlin says lint Germany will concede
the police to France and Spain I they
will agree to appointment of an In
spector general from a neutral ixjwor
The ofllolals here say that the latter
condition Is unacceptable They point
out that a mandate to French and
Spanish olllcfrp would not be effective
If a neutral general was placed over
them at the general would counteract
tIme French and Spanish authority
White the foreign olllco sees some di
fficulties remaining It Is evident that I
the pacific overtures from Berlin dimin
ish the gravity of the crisis and open
the way to a possible solution In which
Germany will concede tho police and
France will concede tho bank
Boise Ida March 7Tho six men
under arrest here charged with the ns
asslnatlon of former Gov Frank Steu
nenbcrg were not taken to Caldwcll
this morning for arraignment before
Judge Smith The authorities here who
are directing the prosecution decline
to state when this will Ibe done The
greatest secrecy 1 maintained and
fears that an attempt may be made on
the life of Harry Orchard or Steve Ad
ams are expressed There are many
strangers In Cold well seine of whom
arc known to be from Colorado mining
ramps I Is expected that the prison
er will be arraigned tomorrow
President SlgiH Joint llcMilnllim Cal
ing for an Implication
Washington March President
Roosevelt today cent n message to Con
gress announcing hil signature to tIme
joint resolution recently passed In
ftructlng the Int state commerce
commission to make examination Into
the subject nf railroad dIscrIminations
nnd monopolies In coal nnd oil He
says frankly that he has signed It with
hesitation because It may achieve little
or nothing He Indicates too that If
the Investigation proposed by the reso
lotion Is conducted thoroughly It will
result In giving Immunity from crim
inal prosecution to l persons who are
called and sworn f witnesses
clled the opinion of the president the
direction contained In the resolution
will remain practically Inoperative un
less money be provided to carry on tho
investigation and the commission he
authorized to take testimony under Its
provisions He suggests therefore that
Congress give fcrlous consideration to
Just what It desires the Interstate com
merce commission to do und that J50
000 bo placed at tho disposal of the
commission II defray the expenses of
the proposed investigation
To he Made of Iloral Arrangements
At I ongwuurllu nll v cit WrddlllK
WashIngton March 7A lap of the
floral arrangements at the Iungworth
Hoosevelt wedding accounting for time
dlipoxlllon < the decorations anti the
kind of lowers used hns been male bv
the superintendent of public buildings anti
irounds lone been a custom to keep of
final records of the functions at the
WhIte HOUFO and In every Instance back
Whi OUf
to Ihl Van huron admInistratIon n mop
has been mode
Vashlncton March 7The house
committee on banking and currency to
cloy nuthorlvd 1 favorable report 01
a bill pennllitnR national banks to loan
money on tall lands up to onelutlf
their Value excluding Inuuavcmeiits
Most Important Measure Pre
sented to the House in
Last Generation
Lnmlcit Aristocracy Vlio Lose Pow
er and Prestljjo Thereby On
If1 to I
Vienna March 1The debate on the
governments general equal nnd direct
suffrage proposal for Austria which
was Introduced by Premier Gautch von
Frankenthurn Feb 23 will take place
In the lower house of parliament this
afternoon I Is the most Important
measure for AustrU presented to tin
house In the last generatIon The bill
at first encountered much hostile ciltl
clsm but It has niw won almost uni
versal nuppot and there Is every reason
to suppose that It will be passed
One after another of the Important
clubs nationalities
representing the various nlilol
alities of Austria have recognized the
project as Imperative for the country
The landed aristocracy who lose power
and prestige thereby naturally are op
ponod to It but they will not bo uhlo
materially to injure the proposed law
which will be energetically and lengthi
ly discussed No fewer than 206 speak
em half of them In favor of the meas
ure all half agnlnst It have announced
their Intention of speaking Time de
bates will be lively for each party is
desirous of protecting Its Interests und
those ot Its nationality at the expense
of other nationalities I Is generally
believed the discussion will end In mu
tual compromises
The lower house will be dissolved dur
ing the summer and the next house will
be elected under time new suffrage law
louts Longprr Hank Note Eiugraver
Placet tmler Arrest
Chicago March iThe principal In
the recent 18000 forgery of llllnoli
Steel company pay checks In South
Chicago has been discovered Accord
Ing to his own confession Luis Vms
pro Is the man Ho was uirestcd yes
terday In the olllco of tho Western
Hank Note company where he has been
employed as an engraver
Longpre claimed Innocence but after
bell questioned ho confessed thnt he
made the plate from which the checks
were printed and that he assisted in
cashing them among the South Chicago
merchants Longpros wife was ar
rested also antI was Identified by peV
oral merchants as having presented
some of the pay checks There are
scerl others under arrest hit the po
lice refuse to give their Identity Long
pre his been under police surveillance
for I number o years and whan the
pny chock forgery was perpetrated hi
was suspected In numeious Instances
he had been arrested on suspicion of
being1 concerned In other big forgeries
one in Joliet which Is said to have net
ted J10000 and others In cities of tho
east He always escaped conviction
Police offlclali from various cUe
Including Jollet and Ituffalo have been
notified and will send representatives
here to try to Identify sOle of the
The swindling In South Chicago oc
curred on Feb 10 The members of
the gang appeared at places where the
worklnsmen were wont to cash their
checks All the len were attired In
worklngmons garb and the checks
were cashed without question Time
storekeepers did not discover that they
had been victimized until the follow
ing day
New York March 7An organ which
Is designed to be one of the most pow
erful In tho world has bten ordered by
the authorities of the cathedral of M
John the Divine It Is to cost JMOM
and Is to be constructed with funds
contributed by Mr nnd Mrs Levl P
Morton Tho Instrument will be built
In Iloston
Boston March 7A national confer
ence of the Consumers league was held
In this city yesterday und last night n
publk meeting was held at which
Rev Owen Lovcjoy of New York se
rotary of the National Child Labor
committee was the principal speaker
Other speakers were Mrs Frederick
Nathan president of the New York
Consumers league John rirnham
firooks president and Mrs Florence
eunice Kelly secretary league of the National Con
C A Alls a Well Knoun Ilnnilicr
Kills Vllllain lol
Butte Moni March 7A sppilil to the
Miner from Mlssoala Mont BHV
Murder was porpfltratcil at Cnrlton H
miles from horn In the Hitter Ht val
ley about 130 oclock this afternoon
len C A Alls a ndl kinmn rancher
chat and Instantly killed Win Herr 3
man who went up time valley IAM sum
mer from PhllllptburB where hu hail
resided for 15 years All hot nt Bolt
three limes with a Orallbor Colts re
vohcr each shot taking effect In halts
body The llrst shot tore off the lower
part of tho chin the second struck him
on the edce of the collarbone and the
third struck two nnd onehalf Inches low
ft Iown crashIng through tho breast
bone anti lodging In the body The trait
e < ly occurred In the hI1 of the M
AIls ranch about thiwqunrier ot s
mile above the L A MrLaln i > lac ant
ui far RI can bo learned was the remit
of I drunken quarrel
New York March 7Tue development
fif Ito waterways of thl country as the
best mean of regulating rnllioml rates
was advocated by omie1SrrmIfl Joseph
Ii Hamdell uf LnulfUna In an afterdin
tier speeeh last nltrht nt the annual ban
quet of the North Side board of trod
In tho Itronx
Water transportation all Mr nans
dell Is from three to ten times as cheap
an mil nnd It thouM be developed to
the utmost both an n terrier of freights
antI n regulator of rule Whenever we
have rivers canals anti Iflkis with ciiul
navigation freights me cheap run I there
Is nu demand for rate leglitlnlloii
Mr Ilans 1ell culled itlenlUm to time
cheap frelRlu rats prevalent In Frnnro
and Germany as a reciill cf the IIUIHT
alit canals of those countries nnd offer
ed statistic tc ahrw that of the lulul
I appropriation for all purpose made by
Coniross in the last 10 ytsrs thu rIvers
and harbors hud lpd1 only 3 per cent
and trmt only 1 per celt In ndilttlpn to
that liml bpn appropriated for the pro
motion of commcrc while W per cent
had been expended for tin army the
navy nnd the IJm lon purposes
Agreement llcnrhcil on Amendment In
Protect Aiiiirlcun I ate riits
Washington Marcli 7Scnator
Spoonor and Senator llacon today
icached an agreement concerning nn
amendment to tho Islu of Pines treaty
which is Intended to protect American
Intrrcstu I provides that tho Itlniul
shall bo regarded aK a suparato pro
vince within the meaning of tIm Cubrm
constitution This would gIve to the
Hland local beltgovernment nnd a rep
ventatlvi In tho Cuban congress when
the population of limo Islands warrant
such representation
As the Americans are In the major
ity In tho Island It Is umlcrhtond that
the amendment will be satisfactory to
them 1 will be offered In the nonnto
when HID treaty Is taken up In execu i
tive session
Seattle Wash March 7JUtlge
William lUckmnn Moore Municipal
Ownership candidate for mayor o this
city has been elected by the small ma
jority of 15 votes after one of tIme
closest tights In tho history of the city
John Hlpllnger Republican candidate
Wit badly cut In many of tho wards
and ian far behind his ticket the
balunru nf which with the exception
I of H councilman or two was elected
I by big nmjorltlpy Nearly all of the
ivglttornd vote was cast Tho leaders
of lImo Municipal Ownerwhlp party
charngc gross frauds In several of the
wards anti had their candidate born
defeated would Imvw contested the
election l
Wanhlngton March 7Senator Till
man will be hoard by thin senate com
mittee on privileges and elections on
his resolution ru to the contribution
of national banks In national elections
After hearing Senator Tlllman the
committee will decide rts to wluthcr
It shall make an Investigation
New York March 7 Antonio Ilozufll
the Hyenrold boy who was kidnapped
last Sunday and held for 20000 ran
som returned atone to his home today
He escaped from his captors he raid
by stealing out of a room above a sa
loon In Fiftyninth street today while I
one of his captoro who had been left
alone to guard him turned his back
for a moment The boy says that It
took him but u second to spring beyond
the mans reach and get down stairs
to the street where no attempt was
made to pursue him lie told now he
was terrorized Into writing a letter to
his father John Dozulll an cast side
banker Informing him that 550000 must
be paid and that If tho police were In
formed his life would be taken
One of the men he said pressed 1
revolver against his head and com
manded him to write the letter After
this episode according to the boys
story ho was treated kindly
Doctor Say She hits I Irtlr Chance
llnchester N Y March 7 Sutnn II
Anthony who Is III with pneumonia li
Mid by her physician to be conililernbly
Itnprovrd this inornlint She spent I rest
ful night The doctors sny now she has
a fair chance for recovery
Chicago March 7Ior a number of
hours today Chicago was covered with
a pall of smoke which coupled with
heavy clouds made the day as dark ns
night At 1030 oclock In the morning
nil the stores and olllces In the business
section were lighted as they arc nt 6
oclock on a day In mIdwinter Street
curs run with their headlights burning
anti I lights turned on At times It
was Impossible to see a half square
along the street and the big down
town buildings were dlsrernnble only
by tho lights that filled them The dirk
ness was the cause of much trouble and
delay In the streets and collisions wera
Story of a Political Alliance Ilrluoon
7rnit Britain and Spain
London March 7 Intcrentlnc but un
true Is lit Ilrlllih foulKH nfnVci com
ment on I story publlnlnM In 1nrln to the
effect that a foimnl political slllance I
twccn Great JlHUln anti Hpnln will
promptly follow King Alfonsos marriage
to IrlnccM Una
Ilttsburg MHrch iClulrman Kramli
L Itoljiilim of tlin Ilttuburg Cottl com
puny who hns represented llm hltumlu
nnn OCt operators at nil w Ill Hall con
f SConce hus mllfd a meeting In this city
next Friday of the nperatom of the Pitts
burg < Mr1it I n ilccfdo whftt action they
v111 tnh nt time general convention to be
held at Imllannpolls
The result of the Pltt hul routing it
Is mill will practically tlrttrtnlno th > t
death la Mi taken by the nilncri of lImo
bituminous rnal > lils
New Voik March jA movement
Is to bo launched next week among the
lawyers to Ilk the nominations of
Judges out nf politics nnd to put for
wwrd for judicial olllces next year mel
selected and endorsed by the legal
fraternity without regard to the sIsheuu
of any political organization Ten
prominent members or the bar of this
city arc to attend I dinner to b held
next week At this tho condition of
the Judiciary bill will be rontMered
Candidates It Is sold arc to be nom
inated for all the vacant judgeshIps
and I Is Intended that the legal pro
fession shall bend a campaign In their
favor ns Independent of all organisa
Ion suppoit
I II understood thnt among thocn
asked to the dinner wIll be William
O ChiMtrt William n Hornblowar
Austen O Fox Francis Iynde Stetson
Paul come D Crnvnth antI DlstAlty Je
liolgrade Bervu March 7The Stjano
vlch cabinet ban tendered tie renlgnatlon
to the king tvIng an the reason for sr
dnlnn that ln mlnlMeir mnnoi accept
Auitrlns proposals for the ionclu lon of
H Emli pollticulvummorctal agreement with
Another Forced Resignation for
The Alleged Good of the
Chief Vail Sadly Pleaded Either
You or I Will Have to be
The Victim
31uO Ole the Ikhen of thin Commit
tceI111 Crosby May Get
Another I let ii a hilton I
When tho News1 made tho state
nient n few days ago that certain hcadj
or departments In this municipal gov
ernment wero heads In name only ami
that they would have to do an thirty
VITO told to do whether It suited them
or not was tho coif truth
The statement ntung so that n morn I
Inpr Kheot uttered a weak protest and
nvorod that Chief Vail of tho lire >
pnrtmont wan really tho chief Well
whod a thought It
The NOWK Is reliably Informed
that the following conversation tool
place uiterilay between Charles T
Vail the nuin appointed chief of the
department und Vllllam < Workman
awlstant chief
Vail I am sorry but I will havo
to ask for your resignation Tho sltua
Ion is simply tills Either you or 1
will haVK to go I
Workman What Is the reason for
Just what the reply was was not
stated but I Is understood that I
1 Workman received the In
formation that Vull had been told
that ho Workman had to go Thl
piesumptlon Is that this forced resig
nation Is also for tho good of the ser
vice according to the American party
standard of service
Like Capt M W Bnrl Chief Work
man was not at all backward about
malUI out his resignation and hand
InG the same to Vail
This paper stated somo days ago that
changes wero due at the lire depart
ment In iplte of the fact that Vail told
a representative of this paper that no
changes oulil be made beyond the
appointments necessary to till existing
Observe what his happened since the
statement was made
Capt Earl Capt Wilson and now
Chief Workman forced to resign For
the good of HIM service Indeed Men
who have boen tried actual tried by
tire and not once found wanting Men
who have been In the service for years
nnd who are familiar with every detail
of the noble work are sacrificed 1
make room for some political worker
These are not all Othern will have
to gofor tho good of the service
Of all the llremen who have been on
tho department for many years 110110
were better qualified than was Chief
W 0 Workman For thirty years ht
his boon ready at any hour day or
night to risk his life to save other
and to pave property For thirty IOHK
yours ho his been a faithful and emI
clent want to the cly From tho
ranks he worked his way up to the po
I sition of second In command In tho
department 11 Workman was III
jilted In the service but remained on
i duty faithful to the trust Imposed
him honest ami faIth
upon For his honCt Ind fllh
ful work promotions fame until former
Chief llywater mude him assistant
For those rears service ho Is given
twentyfour hours notice He Is told
that chimer he or the chief must got
The sheet lint apologises for ever l
thins done by tho present administration
Chief had to nmkfl
lon said lint VII
changes because Dome men talked too
much or something o that sort Can
anything be said against W O Work
mans ability or conduct
Mr Workman funded his resignation i
to VaIl yesterday and It took effect at
1 ockhk today I was quite evident
that there was something doing yes
terday when Vail was visited by I
member of tho lira committee I It
could bo cone wholesale removals Ilku
In the police department would be
made hut It takes line to teach tire
men their duties
Now that Mr Workmnn Is out thl
positIon of assistant chlrf or rather
acting assIstant will alt to Jim
Love nnd he will let In that capacity
until Workman successor Is appoint I
ed It Is said that the man named
for the place Is Byron Ciosby who has i
hermit on the department two or three 1
Womans Doolnr Now llolnij Held
On Bribery Charge
I > r D 1 Maxwell th roan wanted In f
Cleveland 0 for an alleged serious of
fenw and for whom officer came from t
Ihl Uiickeyo lRte several days ag iy
Jar before Judge C 1 Diehl In tnj
criminal division of the city court ihn
morning upon another charge
Maxwell Is Denting hard to escape R < >
Int beck to time scene of his ullegfj
wrongdoing and It Is now itld that ho
uttennitecl to bribe Detsrtive Ucrnliard
II let him K ° free Certain mlnlnit Inter
cuts ot the defendant weie tu be convoy
oil It In alleged to the deutrtlvp In con
el era lon of the fuvor uiktd foi The of
ficer spurned thi offer and Ih com I
plaint for attempted hilnory followed
Maxwell pleaded not gulity to thIs Int t
rut charge against him and the caM wax
set for healing on Thursday the Knit
InM The tiimi was fixed nt Jl60 but no
miltiivcr his yet been mado bv the le
fcmlim to fuuilsh the game In the mean
Jill time he remains 1 Inmato of the city i i

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