OCR Interpretation


Deseret evening news. [volume] (Great Salt Lake City [Utah]) 1867-1920, March 23, 1906, Last Edition, Image 1

Image and text provided by University of Utah, Marriott Library

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn83045555/1906-03-23/ed-1/seq-1/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

1
r
tIlSTOfUANS OfF1Cf
ClUldl of jcsuCli 1st
Latterday p1flS
von fall of jour nnlcr toil torruil MIIIJII lurk jour tho tlay from own mis by runiiliii personal da usually Simply mipply keep to I D E S E R iyj EVENING NEWS You fltul tloinem ulll it milliner have totally or to ono repay tinlritcrcMlni look that Ions tho Mill nnit render not mher fur Inform to I
u
I TllirrJI AND LIDEUTV
I 12 PACESLAST EDITION FRIDAY MAR Oil 23 lnOH SALT LAKE CITY UTAII FIFTYSIXTH V YEATI lit k
TWO SALT LAKERS
ET GOOO PLACES
Frank D Hobbs Named Register
Of Land Ofice to Suc
ceed Himself
THOMPSON MADE RECEIVER
Both Appointments Made Today
By President Roosevelt and
Sent to the Senate
VIlIi Vmnlnj of Xrw llccihcr lion
George Albert Smith Will lUtoto
Jlmo to tluirdi Work
A Washington Rpcrlul dlnpatcli to the
Dcsoiet News thin atternoon announce
II President
th nwioliitmcnt today by
ltooseelt of two proniluont Salt Lnk
crB to good olllclul position Ilrst
yank D Hobbs tho thoroughly caps
hlc and always elllclent mid popular
rublt11 olllflil wan mimed to succeed
Miiisdf 118 register of the United States
land oince Hint Attorney R t > It
Thompson to receivcr both to hn
hcndouartcrs In Hlt Lake
For II time there wtu Home uncertain
ty as to whether or not Mr Honbi
would receive n rcappolntincnt to his
rid place or be nnnml for the leetlvcr
chlp for which Mr Thompson wan a
candidate llowovcr friends Interest
ed themselves In hit behalf and It wall
Foon ascertained that the cecretary uf
the department concluded that Mr
Hobbs should icmiilii just where ho
vtf Accordingly ho hall bum chosen
Iy the president for another term and
Jlr Thompson takes the ofllce of re
celvnr from which Hon Ocorgo Albert
Smith will retlreto clcvoto hlft time ox
dtiiuly to Church work and other
business
SAT13FACTOKT TO SENATORS
lu line with the above tho follow i
Ing dispatch wa received this after I
noon from the Newn special corres I
jondcnt nt Washington
The nomlnntloiiH of Ilobbs to be I
leglster and Thompson to be receiver
it appears Is an arrangement cntlrHv
fatlsfactory to Senators Hinoot auJ
Sutherland It wus originally on the
ranis to make Hobbs icqelvtr but to
this the department objected Their
objection was baaed upon the fact thai
bo auto certain Important matters now
landing with which Hobb Is entIrely
familiar It was thought that the good
if the service demanded his retention
fj register
After a conference with the presi I
dent as to the appointments the Utah
senator acquiesced In the views of tho
depirtmcnt as to the retention of
Hobbs and Mr Thompson Is also sat
liflfj with the arrangement
A VETERAN OFFICIAL
Mr hobbs Is a veteran of tho Civil
Mr mid after leaving the army where
h e received serious physical Injury
1m went Into tho service of Undo Rail
end has spent much uf hit life In land
citlcc work and hs regarded as one of
the wry best officials In this branch
of service in the country
Mil THOMPSON
Mr Thompson Is n well known Suit
Lake lawyer and has resided In Salt
take city slnco 18S9 Ho Is a native
flf Wnukcshnw county Wisconsin
vhere he was tile prosecuting attorney
for two years prior to coming to Utah
to nike his residence lie studied law
In the office of Judge Parka now U
H cir ult Judge nod was admitted to
ih supreme court in 1ST9 Mr Thorn II
in > Is < S years of ago
SPOKE OF MORMONS
Irof Mcnkln Kntrrlnlncil a JIISC
inthlI11I1 III UUIOII
I M Boston Globe of March I > publish
Id t following Prof John 1 Meakln a
ttcrnall and for Ii years a resident
uf Salt Inko city spoke before a large
Kiihulng of people In Deacon hall last
until Twulhlrdn of the polygdrnlst
who wero llvlnir when Uo manifesto wnj
Uujfd by tho Church ho bald are now
t1id n lemnant of about M who WHO
Inv iivfi in the polyBamou3 system of
mariati < i all that remains In 20 years
I will w n ililtiR gf the past having died
a I itural death
Senator Srnoot Is one of tho purest
rn i m the raited States today I have
k jr him from boyhood his character
ji Love reproach lIud in his public and
ivt lIfe ho represents all nt thn
pi flplf taught by the society that U
11w flKhtln him the W e T I
th Tlloh whole trouble lIes In the fact
u that the peoplo trt Utah arc not under
DEATH OF MRS WILSON
Mother of County CoimnMoncr Ulw
In Mainly
Mi Ifarrlrt Wilson mother of County
trtmmlsatonrr W W Wilson lIed thin
01 rrg at 5 oclock of old HRC Mrs Wit
rn was lorn on July 7 IMS In Derby
Iillb id And Joined tho Church of J01t15
ii M of latterday Saints In Hull
Y klilrf In September 181 She tail
I U4 to Iuti on Sopt 6 1871 lived In
Ki Lake
City eight years and moved to
fiioy In January 1879 She Itavrs two
II s and
two daughters namely W W
wiJO John Tliomoii Wilson Mary
n irlhi igton of riy on and Sarah lllUa
lu Iluirlaon of Irovo also 10 grand
IIdren anti > > 1TIItgrnntlchlltlrrII iJII
Pzed 111 w known for hor honesty snd in
r i anel hpr devotion to her faith III
S
Inrl
She
was always on hand In
r t4 r cungrr Hh days to helll the poor and
WAil III the
grocery buslnttm
Iolte
the Halt llko 11icftfcr
I mhcr 111lnler for tt
If years
t Mrs last WIIon retaIned her rlleultlts to
dlal1l1t ltsr mind WII t ani1 actIve
54 her
tr
e7erfgIt was
Sll k1 that slim
r all
sttl
t thread n neeiIe
S 14 IX never hlllnl
caalon
fTirat to Wror peillclu Tho
Ward fieVte5 will he helot at the Baniy
I meetIngIipa lit IS oclock noon
urday
tSitlCtttIlly Invited friends of the family arB I
t PN Jj J tf
THANK D HOBBS
Topular nnd KlDrlrnt I trIst rat of the I H Land Ofllcc Appolnlnl b IVcM
ItooscMlt nf UN Own Successor
BIG MEETING TO
MAKE A PROTESTI
Against Land Board In Raising
The Minimum Price of
Lands
COMMISSIONER NOW HERE
Chairman Ororgc 3ICiino Arrhcs from
cphl In Mnlio Arrangements for
Gathering of DIvwtlMktl Ones
Oeorgo SfcCune of Nephl chairman
of the Juab county commissioners was
In Suit Unko today for the purposo of
securing rooms for a big meeting to
ho held In this city on April 7 at
2 oclockin tho afternoon
Tho meeting is In the nature of a
protest against tho action of the Utah
Land Hoard In raising the minimum
price of lands from J150 to 250 per
acre Mr JlcCuno declares that thin
action has practically resulted In stop
ping all land purchases and retarding
progress of agricultural work nnd de
velopment In his county In other coun
ties he sayi the condition has even
been worse and that In some of them
not a single application for land pur
chase has been made since tho prlcu
was Increased by time land board which
Is to bo requested to rciclrtd lit action
In the Interest of larger community
Growth anti progress
To this meeting the county commis
sioners of all Utah counties and ropre
Kcntatlvei from commercial clubs tat
mero clubs and towns are Invited The
meeting will bo held In the hall of rep
resentatives city nnd county building
The belief Is that It will be largely at
tended lilt the counties particularly
those of tho outside which yet have vast
stretches of land to dlspo of amid Im
prove nro much interested Mr Me
Oune Is of the opinion that at this
gathering so strong a showing will be
made that the land board will readily
revoke Its order and lower tho price to
tho old schedule which he contends
means so much to tho development of
tho state at this time To not reduce
the price ho feels certain will ho to
check very materially the growth of
tho state
TROUBLE BREEDING
BETWEEN SHEEPMEN
Portland Or Mntvh 23n Ore
gonian special from Salem Or states
that according to a letter written by
flov Chtimberlnln to President Roose
velt serious trouble Is brewing between
the sheepmen of Oregon and Washing
ton The letter states that threequar
ters of that part of Wcnaha forest re
serve located In Oregon has been al
lotted to Washington sheep raisers
while Oregon men are given only one
quarter On tho other hand no Ore I
Ron sheepmen is given any of the I
range In that part of the reserve locat
ed In Washington Qov Chamberlain I
enys ho Is Informed that at a mealing i
of sheepmen and wool browera held at
Walla Walla Dec 16 last a committee
of sheep men was allowed to allot the
range and that as Washington sheep
men predominated on the committee
they took practically everything Time
governor In bin letter charged that ti I
t BchmtU chief ranger of the re I
serve and Chief Forester Kchlller of i
Washington have all their Interests In I
the state of AVasltlngton and that both
federal oitlrers allowed the allotment
to stand The letter asserts that many
of the Washington nhccp arc affected
vlth scabies which will be btought
Into Oregon and because of the fact
that the sheep will lie on government
range the state tvlthorltlcs are power
less to do anything In the way of In
spect Ion
Tho governor asks thut the president
order that an Investigation be made
Mtmi > iitin IllS swiirnnitT
Mnnsfleld 0 March 23MIsmS tlrico
SCellnnr aged S was suet and klllel
early today by Hoy Shanks who then
committed suicide Miss diner wni
well known In society here and was n
leader In church work She nnd Shnnkn
hud been sweethearts It Is thought the
girl had decided to heed her parent
protests and not marry Blmnks and
that last night she went to his room
whore the traced occurred to tell
iilm 10
I
ELEVEN BODIES RECOVERED
TcutjOno Miner I tel Ici iii to lluo
Keen Killed In Mine KxphMoii
Oration W V Match 23Twonty
one miners are believed to have lost
their liven In yesterdays mine explo
sion at Century W Va
llleven bodies have been recovered nt
noon today and ten men are still miss
ing These are thought to bo dead
The dead arc mostly foielgnviii The
bodies recovered were torn and man 1
bled and In many cases burned from
head to foot The explosion Is supposed
to have been caused by gas
Hcsiuers ore working heroically to
reach the missing men Many of tho
lend leave large families and the an
guish and distress la pitiful
A IBO MOVUIt 1ltoTJS1
Now York March 23 Nearly 2000
residents of the East SIde pinned little
led badges of the Socialist party on
their coats and tihlrtwulHts for many
of them were women and squeezed
their way Into thu Grand Ameilcan
hall last night to Join In u urpte t
against the action of the authorities
of the state of Idaho In holding two
otllcers of the Western Federation of
Miners as acompllces III the ansasaln
milton of Got Steunenburg
Hen Hurfoid who has been candi
date for neatly every olllce III the state
mid nation on the Socialist ticket made
the chief address lIe provoked un
usual applause when he declared ve
hemently that Steunenbcrg got L
imps coming to him He went to ex
plain that ho did not favor the as ns
Klnutlon of anybody but that Hteunen
berg deserved the fate he met for the
deeds he had done against the Inter
ests of organized labor In the past
STANDAIH OIL CASK HUAIUNO
Xew York March 23 Henry M Ill
ford and J C Arnold of tho Standard
Oil company were declared In default
when they failed to appear today be
fore CommlfMimer Sanborn In tho nc
tlon htought by AttyGen Hudley of
Missouri to oust from Missouri the
Standard Oil company of Indiana and
companies alleged to be controlled by
It Wlioii the commissioner appeared
to resume the hearing today counsel
for both tin Standard Oil anti Mr
Hadley came before him and an
nounced that a stipulation had been
slimed between Mr Hndley und cOlin
sol for the Standard OH Interests pro
IdltiK for a resumption of tho hcailng
tomorrow morning They said how
ever that If Mr Hadley would be In
the city In limo to go on with the
hearing this afternoon It could bo re
tained then Counsel representing Mr
Hadley notltlcd the commissioner that
since the previous hearing concluded
subpoenas had been served on Mr Ill
ford and Mr Arnold but they Well not
present and askcd that their default be
noted The Standard OH counsel ob
jected and declared that their absence
was due to the stipulation postponing
the hearing Commissioner Sanbotn
ruled that this did not excuse them
and declared them In default
IiAXI IllAUl SUITS
New Ultn Minn Match ZSubpo I
were served jtstciday on nine widows of
eteraim of tho Civil war commanding
them to appear In Sioux Falls B D
Aplll 1 to testify In a land fraud trial
It Is nllettil that In ld4 Joseph Wallace
and Atty Miller of Ilwo a D pre
vailed upon the women to go to Htnnley
S U and take up homesteads under the
federal law granting privileges to widow
of veterans with the understanding that
when they had proved their claims each
would be paid J30 for the claims
The government choices that the de
fendants than hired men to live In shark S
erected on the tracts simply to create tim 5
Impression that thn rrqulrementa of tim a
Uw were being compiled with
HOWLING TOCIlVAMKNT
Louisville March 23The executive
committee of the American Howling
congress late last night settled the pro
test of J J Rowe of Cleveland against
permitting men to bowl singly and in
two man teams before they played In
the fives by permitting How to put his
men on after midnight this morning
Howes protest will therefore be with
drawn
The best scores of the morning were
Fiveman teims Klons Colts Huffnlo
539Twomnn
Twomnn teams Mntiplo nnd Hell
wig St Iaul 1171 Klmoru and Shock
PeorIa 1075 Murphy and Tuthlll Chi
cago IOS
Individuals J Rowe Cleveland
650 Knoll Cleveland 59 3 Prouty
Cleveland 525
OKV 111 YEllS riNUIAU
Lincoln Nh March 3The body of
lets John Thnycr was today removH
front the cApitol where It had rested In
state for 21 hours to at 1euls M K
church where funeral services pnrtlel
patel In by all time military oigunlza
lions of the state were conducted From
thu church to the cemetery them wnii
an Impn4lng procession of civic and mil
Itary societies
The funeral services were In chargo
gf Clov Mickey i
= =
NEW ENGLAND
GOASI DISASTERS
During Winter EightyFive Lives
Lost and FiftyFour Ships
Wrecked
GREATER NUMBER BRITISH
Feulltl This Weeks Ullaril Will
Croat I j Inereno Ilt of
enllnllll
Hojtim March S Right yfltr llve
TQ knit and Bl chlpK vsIp wruKd
i long the roast pC New Uiigliiiid an
in mimmi mit I tact jruii flees dtiilng tit ras
muter Vhlli Die season up to the
lifMtit month Wilt uinpmntl > ly mild
IM shore lit rca It wus one uf eMieniti
semi ty iii r ticmi burly In Matus off tin
Of time vowels wrtiked 37
We iv Hulling craft Nine Hteuinnhlps ami
dihl bulges CuiO tide the lint
Ships Uylng Ibis Ilrlthth 11IK lead
thou of other natloliii With n loss of
1 craft against IS of Amerloali rei
Ittlr Theme Is also a sprinkling o
Noiwejjlaii lurmaii and Hvvedlhh MS
Sets Tilt worst disaster rmme the found
ering oC the steamer HritlFh King ofi
Sable leland on March 11 when I1 Is
estimated that at beast IS iiud possibly
Hi lost their lives The correct figures
pioljuhly will never bo kiortrnv as KCV
nal men enrolled as memutiH of thi
creiv are nild to hove deseited before
thn ship Hailed t
The neuron of storm and ship wrek
comnuiiced In November Mhen the
Norwegian steamer Turblu struck the
locks oft Clarks harbor N S and In
sight of persons on shore truck mid
held for a brief mom nt on the Icdgji
then surged forward on the crest of n
i wave nnd disappeared with her new
of four men In less than n forttiKiit
i after the Turbln tragedy tho British
steamer Luncnberg struck the rocks In
u heavy storm off Amherst haibor
Magilalon Islands and 12 out of a crv
of K perished From that limo on
scarcely a week passed without II
story of a wreck Reports that haic
t ore In since tho blizzard early In thf
present week cause fear that tho 1st
of casualties may be greatly Increase
There has been no day without Its
story of disaster Many easels arr
overdue and tie actual fn tP ot som
of them may not bo learned for sev
eral weeks
LITTLE IMPROVEMENT IN
GOV PATTISONS CONDITION
Columbus Ohio March 2300
1attlsona secretary today said Mrs
Pattlson had told him that the gov I
ernor passed a fairly good night and
that he Wi resting well this morning
Dr Wilson after leaving the execu
tive mansIon today said
Oov 1attlson spent n comfortable
night and was resting easily this morn
log with the prospects of a favorable
day ahead
The governor Is very weak and the
fear Is that he may not have tho I
strength to sustain tho alarming sink
Ing spells that new to be becoming
more frequent The physicians ptlll
fall to explain the exact nature of pll
illness
AMERICAN SUGGESTION
WILL NOT BE PRESSED
Algi > clras March 3Thie next meeting
of the Moroccan confercncn was lodav
postpoiiPd from Saturday until Monday
1111 fonta
next owlnir to the continued Inillspo
coUIUtd
tint of Herr von Itadowltz chief of the
llormun niN lon I la ciKl the American
Amercn
UKxe tlon leBardlnif a mixed police force
will not be lrlCJ PQlc
EDITOR SOUVIRIN OF RUSS
MUST SERVE HIS SENTENCE
ft Petersburg Match 13Alexls
Alexlevlto Souvlrln editor of tho IlUfcn
was arrested last night as the result ot
tho rejection by Emperor Nlcholiu 01
bin appeal against the sentence of ono
ycais Imprisonment In a fortress Im
posed Jan 20 last for publishing in
December 1503 a seditious proclama
tion Including te procama <
workmens council announcln that th
government had declared civil war or
tho proletariate and sayIng that thi
challenge must be accepted
AVALANCHE WAS THREE
THOUSAND FEET WIDE
Iluena Vita Colo March a It ii not
I nt
positively known whether or not any rnn
besides rroiptctor Harry W U nburg of
Welsonburl
VIcksburg Cots perished In the snow
slide which occurred on Wednesday H
milts nest of Granite The avtUanohn
started above timber lute and ran over two
miles cutting a swath Jw feet wide and
sweeping the mountain side of every
thing above ground The debra In the
gulch Is MO test deep
Several thouitnd feat of A flume built
on the mountain tide nt lunvy oiji nie
by the Twin Lakes Placr txln8
lnln
patty limited of London Kngloni was
carried awi <
< 1 v
GUESTS HAD A BAD SCARE
Driven IVom Their Hoonu In Chicago
Hotel liy Fire
Chlojuo March r OUtt4 of Hunts
European hotel I to IM Dearborn street
wero driven from their rooms early today
by I TIre that started on the first nor
unable to leave the building1 by the main
exit owing to fire blocking tho stairway
the guests ware compelled to seek safety
by way of the fire escapes Among them
was a company of tha Iekln Zouaves of
Inillanspolls With the exception of some
flight bruises nil escaped uninjured The
property loss was small
iU1flb ItS IIII1 WATCH MAX
Hoehester N y March 3Hank
burglars murdered IMward Pullman n
constable and nlghtwalchmnn at Hodm
early today He had caught them try
Ing to rob the safe of the bank of Sodus
MXillU li0IilA HANfiKI
Popular Uluffi Jto March 23 Curtis
Jackson a negro was hanged here to
day He committed nn assault on n
white woman In February and after
being arrested wns nearly lynched by
A mob that invaded the Jail
j
I
r V
< tY
I
E D K o THOMPSOK
Vcl Kmmii Uiujrr lio Vns Today Nina I mmmi I tib n llccrhrr of Salt Iako
Land Odin In Sucrccd t icoiKC Allicrt Suit I Ii
LIVELY POW IN
OGDEN CITY COURTS
Two Attorneys and the Judge
Engaged in a Lengthy
Wrangle
THREATENED WITH A FINE
lliiunas keogh a Well Known Cattle
man Dlcil 1roili Diabetes at Ills
Home Aftrr a Long Inrbs
Special the News
Ogdeii March 3TholU was the
liveliest kind of 1 row in the criminal
dlvltlon of the city court before Judge
Murphy hcru this morning In which
the court I witness County Ally Ilti
lanlskl and Ally M U Ipssenger were
the principals Hot words were usrd
on both Hides the court meanwhile I
xolnly trying to get a rod In via the
sharp edge route I was only brought
to a peaceful tttinitiation when time
court declared he would flue both
lawyers for contempt If they did not
stop their bickering IJtit County Att >
Huunlskl utood upon his dignity and
got In thu Ut word without belli
led
The trouble arose during the piellm
Inary hearing of William Brown I
colored man charged with Improptir
lelatluns with A white 111 nlined
Annie Nelson The accused
IcCU wiu rep
resented by Atty Iesfeonger wlula the
county Htlinimy prowcuttd the care
Annie Nulson wan on the wltn s
Ktand and WJLM asked by the prosecu
tion to inuke a simeiaciU of all the
ficts Instant al
Instantly Atiy IesauiiRer WUK
on his feet protesting and objecting to
Mich testimony The court tuttnincU
the objection UM tho ttnewer would bi
Incriminating to the KII
In her testImony the Poison girl
told on entirely dlllcicnt story that
that she related to the oUlcers whtm
srrtuted Attoincy Hulanlilcl
arrflted ordered
her from the stand and declared thai
he Would protfwutt her for perjury
OHkeiD then tustlfltd to the statements
the made to th m Later the girl sent
word tnat the was ready to tell the
whole truth She nan repUccd on thu
stand but before she could make u
ctatement Attoinoy Iosscngor asked
liar If It was 0 Ud that she was now
icady to testify for fear of being pros
exited for perjury She admitted that
that
the throats of tae prosecution tied MO
influenced her
Leasciiger then objected to the tell
mommy Jlulanlnkl Insisted und the row
noon ensued The matter Is on this aCe
THOMAS KEOQH DEAD
At hit home In this city 2H6 Orchard
avenue at D15 this morning TllOlna
Keogh breathed hla last Death was
causad by diabetes A dlfeai with
which Mr Keogh was stftllctod tam
about five weeks
The deceased leaves a wife and two
children and a host 0 friends II
mourn his low He was a well known
cattleman and was Interfiled exten
sively In Utah Idaho Nevada aim
Wyoming lie had lived In this nnf
for many year and worn widely known
and respected Mr Keogh was a
brother to Dr Keogh of Salt take City
and a brotherinlaw to banker W S
McCornlck
srcv SHAW DITKNDS nni
Dot Moines In March 3All time
world knowfl that Congressman Johr
A T Hull never got a cent from Mor
gan or KockeWIfr for usu In his cam
palgn declared Secy Leslie M Shaw
who arrived in Del MoInes today m
an address which he will deliver to
night The secrets rY1 insertion 1
tnitde In answer to lilt opinion concern
ing the acciuatlnns made by former
Secy of State George Dobjon who Is
Making a campaign for the nomination
In the Seventh district against Jlr
Hull DobJon has uMertad that
ul ln lulrtotl rorpo
ration inonf was used freely in pre
sunlit campaigns In the Intercut of 11
present conifrcssinan roy Shaw re
fused to bo ntrvl8M concerning hl <
proposed candldary for the presidency
the fltimtlon in Iowa or Washington
maier
roit nrriiY roomfi
Pan Francisco March UThe joint
athletic jommltte of the University ot
California and the Lvland Stanford Ji
university has adopted 1 resolution rec
ommending that the two lnstUutlon
substitute the flu by football game tot
the present game until a satisfactory
national game li dtVflop4d
TO BREAK DEADLOCK
Joint Simsitm Ionimltiir III icciitlc
NIOII Irjlnic In do I
Indianapolis March iMThc Joint
scale commlttea of the conference of
tho coal operators ami miners of the
central competitive and Houtlwstern
districts went into exectltlvo tension
total In a mint effort to break a dead
lock that hUH nxlstcd since time confer
ence on the wage sculo began The Illi
nois oporators ale Btandhrg firm In
their demand for relief fioin the ex
poiiKo tiunlloU room the stint flrers law
in that state and huve defcutixl eftry
proposition that doee not carry with It
this relief
leleC
Before tin Joint scale committee n
the central competitive operators went
lnt > pwullve Hfuslon today leudors of
thl operators and miners on the com
nilttw wild there was no clmngi slnco
yesterday Neither nldp cxprespid any
contlOfhca in an agreement belnc
reached In committee and It was pre
dicted that 1 meeting nf thus Joint con
ference would be called some time dm
lug the day to take up the wago fight
In opon convention
I wng rcpoitPd bifir tin Joint scat
cnmmlftee of the Southwestern dlntrla
H Into rxpcutlve session that the
operators or that district imd decided
to Ilk 1 proposition to the mlnern
Ihll tln > entire wage question o tho
district be left to nn nrbltratlon board
to bo immed by President Iloose ult
At the January joint conffrencf of
that district which was held here thn
op rntors ptoposed a board of arbltn
lon to bo composed o one Judge Cl
the supreme commit of Mhsuurl Kansas
Tcas and Arltiuxnj and the federal
district Judge of the Indian Territory
This proposition was declined by the
miner
The Joint committee of the central
competitive district devoted tht morn
lug Hffion to listening to quart els
ntnonc tho operators on th committee
Several attacks wen made on K r
lloblns of Plttslnirg on account of hil
attItude for
attlud peace
Mr Hoboing In ell stated he did
not propofio to bf dictated to by the
opeiators of tIme other three states
A tecfss was then taken until 3
ocot k
SENATE PROCEEDINGS
Washington March 3t Iiiim dntely
utter tho flat convened today Mr
Heerldgt renewed his motion author
izing the appointment of conferees on
th > part of the senate to meet con
ferees of Ulf llOUSU ot rojIlfgOlltHliVDH
on the statehood bill and Mr Koraker
wUluliew his amendment requiring tlio
ttubmbtlon of tin quention o selecting
conferees to the senate
In making the wlthdiawal Mr For
akcr stated that he had received assur
ances from Mr Hr > verldg thut the con
ferees to be cucRCsifd by him a chair
man of the commltteu on territorIes
would support the senates position re
garding the essential fact that they had
oilglnnlly supported the house hill
Mr Bftverldge confirmed Mr Fora
kets statement and Mr Lodge tx
ressed tie opinion that the senate
should be always icproaonted In Its
conferences by members designated by
the commlttoo having In charge tie
question In contioversy aisumlng that
the conferees will always sustain them
rather than presu their own views
Mr Teller on the other hand con
tended for the right of the senate to se
lect its own conferees legardlteit nf
committee or the presiding ofllcer He
Mil thn question of reflection on the
committee on tem itoriet had been
rnlwd m this case but that no such m
1lnll tould be implied
The motion to Innlst upon the senates
amendments was thnn adopted and
Messrs ilaveridge Dllllngham and Tat
trroon were designated by the chair as
conferees on the purl of the senate the
selection being made by Mr UeVcrldge
Mr Morgan secured nn order for the
printing of the original And final con
tract between tho United Hiatus and
the new Iftnama rmml company of
IrRiic for the purchase of the canal
paying that they had rover been made
public
A bill authorizing the pale of timber
on tIme Jlcarllla Indian reservation In
NVw Mexico was pawed
Mr IullHTsonH jfnohvtlnn calling
upon the war department for further
Information rotative to the battle at
Mount On Jo was ndoptfd Mr Sixxmer r
UKH contfnued his speech on the rat I
bill
HOUSE PROCEEDINGS
Washington March 33At echo of
the utatehood controersy of yesterda y
1 uled 11 nn effort to correct he
journal whn the home met today
Mr Williams maintained hn was pa
In the ridiculous position of moving II
Instruct tho conferee slIer they had
been appointed 1 motion clearly out
of order nt that time The correction
wns mnde as suggested I
fho legislative bill WAS taken up
Mr mines Tenn offered an
amendment providing 3100000 for n
private cat for the prejldent
I
V I < t
= = = = = = = z
=
PROCLAMATION
TO lABOR U IONS 1r
ltI
I
Gov Goorlinrj Invites Thorn to
Send a Delegation to Boise
To Meet Orchard
i
CAN HEAR HIM TELL STORY
I
Will Also Present to Them Stove
Adams Who Has Made
A Confession FI
iY
SIIII liuliiillmi us Itonll nf Hrrclpl t
Of ThoiisiiifN of lclci > anil Itcio
liillnns AhkliiK for Illll Trial j
1
n nN Murili 3i A cppclnl In tilt b
NCWH fruin HOH Idaho Hiy
A I I icmilt nf lliiiu undH of terms
nod reKolutlonx went nov Kninlc Good I
Ing nf thl4 state asking for 1 Cull nnd s j4
Impartial tilul of lie uccuscd oftlccra s
of the Ir Fidnrutlon of Minors
Haywood 1ettlbone mind Moyor Gmv
flooding today imcuemi the following
proclatnitlon To tho labor union of t
the United States I
There has hell coiiNktetabln mild In f 1 r m
connection with the arrest of officers t I
of thIs ANostern lV < lerntloii of Miners r i
nnd the confession mado by Harr i i
Orchard who has declared In a sworn Ii
confetslon that ho In espouse to ar > j
rinKemcnts with the accused oftlcers
ranlemcntl wih thl leerK
of the Westtrn 1Vderatlon of Alimsers 4 If I
did murder the lato Oov StounenbcrK t
nf this stato Tim discussion his In If
volved certain allegations time manner
of the arrest and subsequent prooofld C 7
IIIRS
1 desires to say to the labor unions ir
of the country that If by soma ar Jp i
rangomunt tho various unions will HI t I
ruiiRo to soiul a delegation to this city L
1 will bo plfased to allow that deli f ti I
gallon to meet Harry Orchard pcison ifl I
ally and to hear him go over the story t1
told tho Halos attorney and thin dc I
teotlvec They can remain with him j t
In my chamber and hear him tell nit m
o vet ngnln what he hums already toll 41
us I will also rrcHont to them Htov m
Adatnr who his also made a conies g I1 I
8lon bLet I
Further than this I want to a Miro ELh
fery person whether he bo I union 5
man or nonunion lan that tin Miuo
of Idaho will give the licensed men a i I
tall clmncu to defend themselves anti j rt
fair trial held wilt 5i I 1
as nil I us was ever wi
be given these nit > n Men yon ned ees I I tJ > lv
have no fear of a mistrial Upon con 1 f
viction If the unIons hellevn that an I fl
unfair or hinted trial 3 given then e 1
you can nnirmbor that I mill have tm t
the power a the governor of till
slat to hear your grievance and pe i I
sent I mlscarrlago of justice il j
rime stat > of Idaho has a fair Damn Si
III preserve and tie Kov rnor I will d m
all 11 my power to do I I
ROGERS READY TO ANSWER t1t
ATTY HADLEYS QUESTIONS
> w York March 23Herbert f i
Itfldlry nttorneygonornl of Missouri t N
urilvcd In New York city last night I
prepared to follow Up 111 kto1 II m t
the Missouri courts s
H I Itoger who denied the right 4
of Mr Hndley to force him to testIfY r fi ti
In the null of the state of Missouri i m
against the Standard Oil and allied il
companies at the hearing here last s4
month until such tlmo us a decision t
ponding In MissourI affecting the samn
line of ItiijuhT had bean announceil diii t
MMit word yesterday to Henry Wollmai jm S
Now York representative of the stiiti t t
It Missouri that he would Interpose fl l
no further objection to answering Mr l
Hacllejj Interrogations AttyOon iJ j
Hndley IN accompanied by Ruth C 1t U
Iukt assistant uttotnoyRonnral Thu Il
heurlng was set for today but by con
bent will not bv rcaolid before to j I
morrow Tho object of Mr Hadley Ic
to forco the Standard OH officials to 4
admit control of tie Watorsllerco ii
Oil company I il r
Ho I UK asked if ho cxpcoted urtlte t
iejt > ou > i3 to hU Inquiry upon the pan
uf witness Mr Hale said I
The attorneys for the SUndml
iniuln the statement in J midge Glldci ri ri lb
kvca court that If the decision or t CI
the Missouri court was ndversa t i p
their contention against testifying a e I t
to the Mock ownership of the hre 4 m
companion they would no longer 11 l
futn to answer 1 have no remon t1 j 1rC J
di > ubt that they will adhere to their in
ntsiiranoeii on that point 1
Mr Hadley said thut subpoenas lint 4 s
boon srrxrd Upon I H JlojoVs I 1 I
Tiiford W n Ilockefeller Vmed
Hampton and John D Archbold Il > I 4
Hlio aId that mm I service had been se t
emed on John D Rockefeller m
Mr Had leys attention being railed m
to the fact of the arrhnl of 8 hov FL k
baby at time homo of John D llookr
feller Jr mind the reported disposition f
of John D Rockefeller Sr to visit t 11 j
city to see his new grandson ho aH m
I John n Hockufrller nets to < J
that ho desired to visit the homo
isis comm to pay his reeppctn to the new 1
baby and worn to ask Immunity from
the process roner for that purpose r
fchould be dlspoird to consider sarloiw i I
ly the flutter of waiving mv rlghtv I i S
I know omathlng of tho Mtulmeni I t
that aro prominent at such H tme and i
believe I would bo dlipoxid to grant I
the Immunity In queitlon I
ELLEN TERRY I
I
Mmcinrnl Started for Anglo Vmcrlcnn f 1 i
Testimonial to Her
New York Munch 23It W1 aanbunerd t I
today that I mo ment hiua been been t if
umotif inomberi of the thrtttrtcal ptoF j
ahO In inrliM to contribute to an Anglo I
Amer1eali tottlinontiil to Blltr Terry Ih j
kotiCM U the etXon uf a jubilee pUn i if
ned oti the tlfthilh anilvnrsjrj I uf imem m
rmifr HS an Heiiecs A b nquec In honor 3
nf MIsc Terry will tie bled In J > nJ > 1 m j
nn Arril M mind n plan 13 ben ahopmeS 1
in Untlund of rf ltinr subucrlpilntw f I
R shilling each toward 1 testimonial T i
make It of 11 lntrtiatlormi chi Krt i 1
nmilol Frolmmn of the LyceUm Tlieiit t I
Xew York hal Men npiiplitei II nechit
mibN rlptliHls of H tftntii eiirli Mambets
of every theatrical euinpnn In Amnrlr i t I
havi heo given an opportunity to 1
In thIs tribute
IOWKH HOUSE nUHNKI
Philadelphia March 2A ponm ml 4
houn of the Ihlladelphla Rapid Tran 4 i mm
sit company nt Soconrl And Olne u
streets WKS destroyed by tire today 1
The loss is estimated at UVJOO par
tially InJured
T
t
7
I 5

xml | txt