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SYMPATHY ALL
FOR MRS BRADLEY
Difficulty Antloipated in Getting
Twelve Men Wholl Re
gard Evidence
COURT CONVENED TODAY
QUt of Justice MoComas
Causes Postponement Little
Woman in Black
cflhJtI4 nml Jurymen Aiiwar Itbll
CaU ns Arllitir Itmwtrs Sinor Sits
< Mtellr Near Jutlfto r mnn
Special to Uw JBWBJ
YAiaMngton D C 1tAw UT1H1
won to have been the flrt Ay et UM
trial or 91 n Anna U BrMtar charged
With the murder of itx4toMt < Arthur
Brown Mr Bradley wai Hi court with
her emineei Judge Power of Salt Lake
ana her attorney Hoover brother o <
thIs oily whti Justice Stafford ai
evaded t th bench The clerk called
the nnm of M Jurymen who prompt
ly leninnded and then the llt of wit
TIC MK answered to thrli nnme where
upon Oil < ily Hukor aroe and an
nounced to the i urL lh death of Juil
tlf < Me omen of in court of appeaU
of thf TJtstrtf nf Columbia and moved
an Kdjourmrrnt until WtHlneaday
fftornlnif at If a ii Mid the court
acquii vr l In thi1 motion
nitBSHKU IN BLAcK
Mr Bradl nil bj ho side of Judge
kTmer during Hi i > in < f geiwlon this
morning 8he wn vrnved In a gown
r black turret with lOng bla < k kid
gloea itud hoi h11 woe covered with
t llmk Ml hat trimmed with black
ribtion aid blatk wing She lookej
worn MOth em iclml as a result of her
long imienunt and the aymnathy of
l the IIIJf IUIOIK Kcrmd to go out to her
I Hei mother aat In an obacure Mat on
the aMt of He < iiurtnioni but the two
bey re not preeenl
With tO ekuvption all the local
wlimtw for Ihu proaeoutlon respond
lilt when their mimea ware called but
I none of those aabnaaBBad from Salt
Ifab namely D ll Wentrer James
Hawaii Aaa B Manlay Max Drown i
AMam H KMJw Itorlay I > ChrMan
m 5n4 AnMMW I4Wateo wr
praatnt
I e WJtV JI T
< 1 e tM
r R R
m ut AiI
1sM kt iBiiai it
7I pi Of Idl oppose
e iMMWdlateUr aM > court ad
joorned Mss Bradhy tW cawtitl back
to jail wtaer aha will rwraam until
Werinextay morning
It la the general opinion that the
rl11 will not occupy a very lone period
after the Jury la Mvured but great dir
Itculty In expected IB aecurlng U men
who can be depended upon to over
ttaof their mpathy for the prisoner
If a uKlclent degrru aa to be guided
solely by the cvldwioa Twentyalx
Jurytiien were In court this morning
and It U probable that at laaat 100
teamen will hive to ba summoned
before the box to tilled
By Associated Ireea
Washington Nov 110n count of
the death of Justice itcConuu of the
dtotrlct court of appeal criminal
court No1 where Mra Bradley wu
to have l > an put on trial today on th > t
c ot murdering former Senator
Arthur Drown of Utah took au ad
journment until Wednesday at the same
hour 1 oclock
Mra Bradley was In court MI were
also her attomeya and many witnesses
and all was In raadlnaaa for the trial
ae there can b4 no doubt that U will
proceed on Wednesday The an
nOMnc nient of Judge McComaa death
was made by 1roaecuUng Ally Baker
Who moved the adjournment The mn
tlofl was MKxtnded by Ilr WeBs of
ruunael for Mrs Qradley and wu
rertdlly granted Mra Ilnullay came In
to the courtroom eosa After tie en
tronci of Judge Stnrrord who will pn
side over her trial and was accom
panied by a member of the marabarx
UK Har entrance was ao quiet that It
was unaottoad 8be was dressed J n
black and took a seat on the left lit
her counael Mr Wills The loarttooin
WM crowded and not ICIIMO the Bonlne
trial hM ao much Interest been mat
feated In any CAM before the dlatrkt
court
AMERICAN MINING CON
GRESS CALLED TO ORDER
Joplin Mo Nov 11on Amerkan
Mining congreaa waa called to order
here today In eleventh annual aeialon
Heveral hundred delegatea wore In at
tendance repien iillng all parts of tbe
country
Thv gfttluimn will 4111 thnougb
Tbuiaday and many Important qs
liens will be prvunted for discussion
Nunu roua prominent mining men are
on the program for eidrssss
IN JAIL AT PASADENA
A YtfNHff SlBIl HMl Aniiiber laiin Will
1ni IHofwd frost OgihnaburR
1M Angelo iBl ov 1IcJIKr 11
rretl a young fwmnr of ttgd Mburg
N Y uiul Mr lti tha Itu kmood
Mltc 01 n Hulllo icildent of that
1 nae me lacked UI In < Ih liy jail ut
Faaadmia fnllnMing in i i lIt two
wii ek > ago from Nw t i > k
D II HcKikwoiKl ill 111 j i iiml
hI Puaudena Htu h > HIHIII 1
by r I Ulllaon hla ann ii I at
aar it took ui the a mi > h fm the couple
HoattMi M had iiiKeil ihe i ouplf atrnai
ti > rujit in > i ifirotiKb n vein 1 Illii In
the foam An i rboii bin the inn
bay 141 wen i IK i 111114111 m
ctutt III lint I I II iii A iiin
plaint wax n oi n < ui lo Itkt o I and
Uolli man ai > < I 101 < Im ki I IIP
ItuokA ml Ii i n iii that bli
wit tA5 reie ii ii 1 H il I i u 1 j
aM tin bpk wiii Hn 14 i IA
In Ni n > ik HI u < alao iliarltabl
1 iwinlK Kridu and ild Os mould ssk
< he i un in dlrnili Hi eniii laliil
I NUn t din Hoh Km k1 aii < 1 bin
Ifi n in in n I i i i f II 1 I
1 ll > ll 1 P I i 10 In III U
1 I I I 1 > 1 f I HI
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u
GEN A T BURTON
ENDS HIS CAREER
Veteran Statesman and Soldier
Dies During Collapse After
EIrjhtySix Years Aotivity
DRIVEN WITH THE SAINTS
Ho Came WeaL Will llritlunn Vouug
In 1HI8 niul Since Tlion IIb8 Work
Jfor VtibiiltillnK of 1It
UulIcIllihn nWI1011 clkcl ul 110
t clt > tk llif afternoon Mimmmlrtl liy
inrnibaiN of hU minllj Ills iilliiiitnl II
wn n Rorerwl collnlH lnllo lne n lito
vlllcli mimlnetl nellie lo il > c end ot i
uk Nil jewrx
Alter living for more nn Irhfftlx
ywrw fiftynine of which have been
tnt In Utah and only a few week
GOAL LANDS MAY
BE PROBED AGAIN
Federal Grand Jury Impaneled
For November Torm
Of Court
EXPERTS ARE IN THE FIELD
lielkif lnvnernl Hint Tlior tiring
flint More H1iloino Itolntliif in
brim Cinintr IHiid
The arand jury of the United SUMei
I coin waa Impaneled ftefore Jedge John
I A Markhall this momiiHt the Ucited
State courtroom at the Federal hoOd
Inc The JHIT will probably pontlnM
proBing the coal land fraud onus a
Yfntl new phaftoa of that matter a
Mid to have come to the front toteJy
The great number of special arenta and
GEN ROBT T BURTON
of whisk liava bean tnt In bed tram
asp brakMl altoiajiU Oaaerel Robert
T Uurten kffiyOe4Ii7 HI at hie
WJ1lW hDrnti 140 tu > SUte 1lUee tno
nfLIJIJUriJ tfflltl i1111ct
arTlMtnr aflmant Mt from a general
collapse which ooinmne d oygrOI day
ago and which IBM night became no JO
rloua that fatal rctaulta are leered He li
till able to rreognlce friends but la
unable to speak and moat of the mem
ber of his large family have spOut this
morning at the home
Coming from n family of pioneer I
rail splitters HM lie OH I led them den
em Burton has known how In attack
hard pioneering and he haa used thin
knowledge to the benefit of young Utah
communities from the very filet < lny
that settlers began to encounter Indian
troubles and worse enemies In a hoStile
soil and unfriendly climate Horn In
Canada he came to New York aa It
child and later returned to Canada
where h < was converted to Mormon
lam during thc first Canadian mission
work In UIO tit linked his fortune
with those or the peraeiuted aaliita In
Ohio and artlclpated In tho atrugglea
of early Nauvoo the expulsIon the
weatnard movement anti the Indian 1
flrhlliiK that warn nereanary here to i
make the iountry Inhabitable In peace I
Aa a member of the Nauvoo le ton he
stood guard fill day after the death I
of the Prophet Joaiph Smith and a
grand inatahal he rode at the head of
the Pioneer Jubilee parade In Halt lAke
City flfyt leers after the ally was
Mttled
IN FIRST INDIAN ChARGE
Whoa the first Indian raid woo made I I
In this valley it was agalnai the Piovo
aettlerc by Chief Walker Pet e e or t I I
Black Hawk aa a terrorUer of the uow
munily Oenerul horton bad enllated
anti was lent south to rou u u tiC
Indian baud A cavalry charge wa
ordered on to the Indian re da Yowa In
the mouth of roo canyon and General
mlliuy
eral Ilurlon Walt dkrtlncllve
rfcco nlllon by bring one of very few
cavalrymen who kept their horses head
ed forward until the fort wa reached
cloae
and the Indians thriven out at
quarter He warn noon mad a lieutenant
later
and a little
tenant In hla companj
wag again promoted to be captain this
followed by another
promotion bln SOOfl rllow
majorral In < > nrnd
other to be major J11
of Utah Terrtlury inllltla In I W he
went eat M miles u rea ue a stranded
encamped on the
handcart otttupaoy
Plait rlvw In I M hfl Was engaged In
movements of nitel
watching the
supposed K Ie heudrd
lilt troop
for Utah with InstructiOns ti lpj
artllei In 1 AU he
out the lorm1 j
was In tho government Berlie 1101
UK the mall route bl is ih tit
tltIiiW4
whit >
and Kt Ilrldger
rler
Hlld ImtlAW MAdR It Utl 4fe h > brlni
the null through Utla rcil < > n
PROMINHlkT IX CIVI LIre
In genoral olvic life f II 11 hate
led lives ao 4vold to t > < > untry
hlch waa their home V iililg al
comnuniiv lIen
his comnllII
build up
waya to
the
burton often recalled to m 11
Utile wlIIlI he PH r11 f ttri
TK he
It ds i 1105050 ll wan th t
h
could K t and hr prefI i
hs
<
I
Me Idle In hU relUluu
faithful t iii L
hwi alwaYs t eei
Ie
K HIli
item lila eon Menr >
Farmer 01 i which
riw bUh p of
hun atrtiri i I III
the Hurton
hlo I I
cated for many years II
1 the
IUM 1I4Ict aa fuel titil
i i > ldlnif bishop of tb r
M uny yr and leil I h Is
clkf Blahop W It 4 I IC
h
1 tit en till iersingl Vt IN
WLJ Akt lllJlltI
his
lOC Iae paat P 11 QiirtOfl
1 11J Ii
11
had ocMulonal brief M
10
ulinilMil
hue laMKd ihriugb i i
t Ill pouer and han < I I 0 t s
I tittil to th duties t I III Ott
IMt II
mi > Mdil > m < MJ ti i tj
I of LI 45 ndnl < 01 iI YCIul >
1111 v
blrlhd ii 1
i ii in II >
butliiH ItwII aft itnhtlil 1
I I 1 IS f11
I t 11 Wlill n
I now that hla Ions iarn I > 1
th il of lla ae
service la naAHiiK f
lIt 101 la Mill I I thai he nu >
I utI sill yulei i nf Iti 1 Iii
petit u1 u
bt4l f
s 4
0 IV
I 4I 1
1 I f tO Ii II i I
Iii I I I ounh 4
I iill I UI
I elh Shout liii J Ii
Keolqgle Kinerta vh lJi va been IB tli1l
cJtj for Mm ttan hav OHnit ed the
prt cuUoB with JlUe lHsses If
10 iI4 that b s u khiresl lnd
t TheIIa rHlIJtI aihee ttht
lie offenses which il111 be rwittfnd MM
by the grand jury at thla > e elon John
Velr Jr ot thin city wan made fore
man of the jtiry iulijtt ttier member
are Qeorge ATkoJ Rpbrelm CMorKe
Beard ioalvlll H N llermett Mt
PIll C S Burton city B J
Ivnk Green River Joseph M Creer
8p < iniili Fork Joeeth S Clark Farm
InRUm W II Fttrnaworlh city James
P Gardner Clt > J 1 Holmgren tar
River Benjamin Hughe Spanlah
Fork John M Lowry Mantl James
A lavtlerr Provn Robert Munlock
iMgun Charlea Shields Park City
Robert Thomburg HmlthHelil John W
Tate Tooele B W Wade Ogden
MINER DOOMED TO
DEATH BY STAVATION
Mahmey CU > Pa Nov 11lIv
and unhurt but In darkness that will
never be lifted Michael JlcCalw a
miner U nwnltlnp certain death by
narration HO feet below the aurface
jf the earth In the Drapery colliery
near here While MeCa > > e waa at work
he fired a blast that blew away one of
the mine plllara He Had In tae wrong
direction and got Into a blind abaft
A fellow workman inarmKert to get out
of that wing of the MrfHery before tha
roof oaved In The mine branch ex
tendS to the surface where It yawn 69
feet wide right In front of KrClLbe
home where his wife and six children
vulnly hOl for bits rescue
The official nay It will be a year be
fore It Hill be fOHlble to reach the
place where the man 11 hut up
EVANSTON ILL GENTLEMAN
BURGLAR IS UNMASKED
Chicago Nov 11 Tbe gentleman
burgle of Hvaiwton itsi bean un
maakeil Anthony Kilt who walked
Into a polIce station a few days ago
and NItS be was the man who bad
robbed the residence of Lotl KlleJ waa
Ideatlitod yesterday aa Arthur Knn
n dr a man who had abandoned hla
wife and avnk from a expectable bar
ber Into a drunkard and a cocaine
flood
IIendIiIo
80 far an can be learned the change
of bean which he says be txperUnvwl
while attending one of the Torrey is
iiI meetltiga onerelnn that Id l
him to icrifeMi hi crlmea haa not
I aermeti hi heuit toward the wife Ue
dcartcd It hu > not led him rlen to
Ill about It ur to dlvulKe bin ral
name
The IdentlOcatlnn of Kilty M a
We tfeaertar instead of u courteous
and knliibtly burglar who was car iu
hot to waken the babies und left
a ilch fob behind for loll I liii ntil ni
sons was made by Louts 1Ikllo u
burbei who worked with KnnetH ui
one t llm Bi ketch iibl lint j > oliii i >
had reitwnlarl II tue hsmr Ikl nit i
Klliy os his old dinoU IUuii4jr
TIlt pklurv warn taken to Mrs Kea
nedy and she Maid It Wall the eain
mini no iiuwatlon of that Hut b Jul
nut wiint to asS him again
Krwr waa taken to Kkunalon SOil
ibe Klul > axe agalMK hi Hi will IiI I i
i ii i in i u p ot i
i S > It1 penitence Kile haa If
n n 01 A kluJ i
I KUI i IK MIJ ll MI > riMaLute him Hid
liomlaed lo frel MIl
I
I
tI1Itb ff VKXTION
I
Neu Yoik Nut IIPlnnllil 81t
i I rimii nil iiHa of tbr Culled Hint
l rmnlu i lay tn take putt In il
n u iiMiMun lu loll htld ton Ml
it it I ol iiaiuial lit iry I
I ILI I I 4i I I I IUHII tuaaMiiii ij ii
Lb shi4 II4 ItIk
III the fthirat1 I
I hr IIlyl 1 for i
ribjii Tn Ti MI ftporlliif gplili
i l > rli HHII nl null d In I i
I I V ll 01 i f 1 j Ill IllHill Illit 4
u I i i 1111 tli III I
i iCC C la I ii fr
4
ORACKSMEN GET I
FAIR SIZED HAUL
Blow Up Payson Postolfice Safe
And Leave Nothing Ru
Their Tools
i
MEN EVIDENTLY EXPERTS
Ulo < Into Stord Ifrst Aputirrtalr ii
> URIc nit Sttvk Hfnht
UmllittTrbfUl
New
t cra < kmen
Mow aafe mole time
tarn ntiit hI4d silo beeldea t
01i14W tttMm o stomps of I
5 UkMRht the rob
b W m1 Jest aa chur b
wee bitag tM the crackamen
taklim adPamtmn i s busy hour io
net o their 4rat
Woraencreft MeW next door tn
the pontofflce waa broken into el
dently b mMtato aa the Inner doer
weiv not dtatMrlMd aid there was ov
en evidence that the robbers had not
gone Into the tUlMlHg after seeing
their mil take Tbfy finally got Into
the iKtrtofflce and drilling u bole or
two into the uSe dooi put tn tholr pew
dei and lighted the blunt This ta
niufflod h > H blanket The iljor open
the rest was easy
TOOLS BCATTKRKD
The usual craOrMmen tools war
left uttered cheat the n m The
ant > duel to tl perpetrator N b
lug run down gtanutgere were seen
hanging atoned ills neighborhood Bal
urlay J 8 Pag la postmaster and
owner of a runthlM atore located In
the name buM aa the pomoiflce
That the men were export is nleo
made evident by the tool left hhln1
an these are wrought in mOlt Inge lir m
ay and of thee Meat ateel and wok
manahlp
ITALIAN OFFICER COMMITTED
SUICIDE IN THE TOMBS
New York Nov 10 Giovanni dl
Chlchlchla who until he wee compel
led to chooeo between love and duly
wa a lieutenant In the Italian army
committed suicide today In the Tmb
IHs imprisonment had been brought
shout b Ih brother Lugl a banker
of tills city The latter believed Gio
vaanl insane
Aa or4lni to Lbs police report he
tel Jn love to Italy and unable aa an
all Offloar t wpport hla wife a
ho Wtefe le and sought hta
fortune M a mjilnr in the AmerteM
W sietass i
t
whe
et
O
ant a frlhr Ala nauatmnfut
and inmnltaee be asked nnaaaUi did
o his lirqOisr ile
The iniuUbg of the brother was not i
amicable and at a iscond Interview
Gltvannl was alleged to have peremp
torily demanded flrat J1909 and thwtt
Jlenu from the hanker He exhibit
ed a revolver and It was rharg
threatenml his brother llf The
banker wlahed to have Giovanni de
tained aa limam but the court would
not entertain this charge and th for
mer was held or trial o a charts
o carrying concealed weapon In
the Tomb Olotnnl became deapon
dent complained bitterly of former
frienda and constantly grIeved for hU
gui wife left nine In the wet
then the 4i i wore opened to per
mit the prisoner tn go to the yard
to their dally < > iriw todav Glovan
ul who occupied a cell on the third
tier stepped iinlckh out on the bal
cony and then Kpiung upon the jriunt
rail He dived head foremost from
the Jail floor 2 6 feet above Hevera
hundred of his companion witnessed
his death
COMMTTED SUICIDE
AFTER ATTEMPTED MURDER i
Whlto Plains X T Nov 10Jo
BJorlln butler at the Blllalr farm the
country home of Paul O Ttieband th
New York nnnilnalun merchant kill
e himself todwj after he had sot and
dangerously wounded hit employer i
aun 1nul a Jr The latter who alon
oan explain the hooting was unon
acioua tonIght
eo
The family ww aroused at daybreak
by two revolver shah Young The
baud was found eaaelea In bed A
bullet hd struck hto skull and
though dScted had froatared and
depressed the bne Thr butl r
atretched upon the Moor aa doaJ
with H bullet in his brain I u bo
lleved that Thebaud will recover
I In auggfwtod that the butler may
have lust his heu while hunUng tui
posed burglar ant killed hlma If In
remora when he dit < itred hi mis
take Ut aes as yearn nf age und bud
been In the family fut aeveral year
CHICAGO NORWEGIANS GREET
CAPT ROALD AMUNDSEN
chUiign Nnv II Miu ibun 3iej
Chicago VotWHgiaiiN gieelel CIPI
lUlall AmlMUeli tin AliHIi ililulil
and ttlentut who flrat aucieeclexl In
navigating the North weat pawage when
lc srrlvel I Cbliago y eater day at the
Iji Hulle tn i Million
I Capt Ainui Oral was greeted by
JF Herman Cil mnaul fur Noiway
I In Chicago v I headed the rer jitlnn
I t oinniltUe I ten iiin folloni a
nr < UI from MK > OI HIIHIH tbnniKh u
I iieptiun coinnltt b < > dd by Aldcr
nuii Adolph l i > II
1 Ao the explorer tepp d Into tbe wait
mi room a chorur from the Norwegian
Klnrru league iung the Norwegian
i 1111 anthem litfiiaiitly apl
AiiuiUeii bneil bl head and bovvej
n i M i in the nunii beliiK fol
w r1 1 t1 un h lit aillll
ii ii ei I i r ueliMile were
I 11 C bl I HJ AniundRnn ir
I I li ih Id Hi n van raiuricil In
U i > luuugo tul uli re hi iv ill n
nin lurlig his pit in Ihkago
i mii lindv will xit a lurich < on In
i i I u > un I ibn vtnlnn tha
I r 111 I II t liSt if litton at
i I I begUtn I > i Ilingo Km
k i 1 1 I I l lii i I Iii II inillion i lul
CF u b
I M AI I t II I I
I I III I I I III U I S I
Iii Illg SVJll Jt44 I II J
i i I 1 Hm4rly M 4 Tleago The le
I I 01 be I ii il by A illni ii i HI
I M I 1 II K I 01 litn
I fll ii r l > lel I III III > i
I ii i Lo ml I I Mis
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WAYWARD SON
WELGOMEO HOME
Gustave Bluthardt Forgave Him
And Gnve Him n Boun
teous Repast
THEN PLAYED ROMAN FATHER
itininqiiiMI liieul flm Hull SIi r
Pt Oil CIWHW Bf HlirHlSrli
lug III Hump
rbloago Nov UOuatava Bhhth
art welcomed hla wayward son MK
last night ptaco before him a btinfltS
oUt 11 puat and then u hllc the hoy Was
eating nunimoiied n policeman by tale
phone to orlt him nn a charge of
burlfity
The father uotfied the police laai F
day that the night before his horn
had been entered and 11000 worth o
artlk taken and that he waa pool
tlve hU eon Pied II year old waa
the burglar TI mnv luring fact h
Id was thu the N iii fnnndKind dog
which had birn ki pi bv the family or
e had lnmIJp the Innilr In
n about at win without 1111 ton
gue TOt dog hI declared would navu
attacked n atruuger and aroused the
family with his barking
Mr Uluthumt who la a wealthy cigar
iruinufx mid that he had heel
tiled tn report the matter t the KM
thorltle but adopted the Rpartai
court becauae he believed I the only
mean for hue auna redempllon
When thtr o penitent and distress
ed leturiiod with appeal for to
n inm night and a confeaaUm of
guilt n his hips the forgleneaa was
not Hhhild but d father Ms heart
wrunl with pity for him waa Inexor
able in hi deteimlnatlon to
n 4temlat adopt draa
tt < inean foi hla information
RUSSIAN PARLIAMENT
lliliil One to Mist < PIN In Iiis
Tnurfcle IM lace
Ht 1eteraburK No IIIt waa HII
nounced today that tli third Russian
parliament will aaaemb < Nov 14 nt
the Tauride palace < < Imperial de
cree waa tanned todm Instructing H
Golubeff vice president nf the council
of th empire to open the action
There win be no reception of deputies
by th emperor at the winter palace
MODERN SKYSCRAPER
lie Doom Itfillr T Hi t 0 lIvi Horn lro
1flnt1 In > w York
Kw york M sv ILThe dopnt at
0
t mr hlHriivacTAper haa prl
been MiweVd h is oily bS tll
rWRitotloM which have been adopted 1
unaoRnoaaty by the building code 1
C imealsalan These reguist lone pro
vide that after Jan I next no mew
hetkutng hall be over Ihu feet In
height
llHi new law i alf to atop the
feverish race ro the comttruetlon t
high buildings That a limit mu t l >
filed nomewHere b been the < VII
o noted tr underwriting experts end
Fire Chief Croker himself has Bound
ed the warning Tbe Ire Insurance
InteroaM Imve feared that the 1 > t < uv
anger buuVMBv might be followed next
by a 58 atory structure
1 Irure
That UM new regulation will be
laMed by the board of estimate and
th < aldermen iMture It finally becomes
a law la regarded likely since neveril
of the cltya beet known builder are
nirmben of the oommbialon and tutd
for I They all agreed I w 1 adxlx
able to call a halt In the lonitructl m
of 40 story buIldings though Tncoduiu
fetarrvtt who I 4 mamber of h > m
mission itzpieined the opinion that u
akyacraper coull go TOO feet high und
b perfectly HAfc provided II ass of
real ftrIirof ronatructloi Mon
than two acore or this cItv ° bt
known Kkyafnipera exceed the dead
line flxeri b > the new law of course
theee building are n1 ifretcl b >
the new regulation
SASKATCHEWAN VICARIATE
Io be IldlMttl l < > 1 lUalioprlc sad NHIIW
To be IriiMw AllKrt
Home n lITt lOiicrrKitlmi of
> h itropayutila hiss deided In IHIM tb
i trim apostolic or kiukw4nf a
dl M Ii I of the noitliwrel territory and o
in io bldioprlc 5111 i iiine its
him to 1rlru Allxti Munslgnor Al
bert Paa < al Mil tii appnliieil hi bop of
t ne dlo < e
RUSSIAN NATIONALISTS
THREATEN AMERCAN EDITOR
Ne York Nov hiA death nioat
letter which was aald lo have beaa
wilu 1 by Russia I Natloiudiam hut
bet n rmftved bi louU Miller vdllof
of He Jewish mwiNiper 1011 Th
editor ban 11 > ult lot d lo dealt
bl the foreign piety It Cud std bo
< UIiSC of several iittu KS H the Kumian
Ki eminent by the newiapii
The potiniiU on Un en elope v bli n
11 a bla I boidi IH vu Hwt
nrlunrt Mid If iiatcil ixi Jl Uu Tim
warning In mitit I b > U 1JiI < und
explain that Hit lienevu department
uf th tnlon of liuaalan Peuplt the
black hundred aldtd at Ita last meet
lug hut Hi editor who waa known
ur M li n Jen ublle a levolutlonlal bo
1 mi Jn n r I to death for aiding the tI
I i It 01 KMiilAJttlun uirt fr j luting
ii < iinentH uf Ut Kik rnniiil brut
Si I it5htt P Ia Lie 1 IieIeCutd ti
ni mil ibe throat und IUM lefl Hfni
I cow with JMb lubU lo ldlI > Ihe J
lHn a of t errand
The notice disturbed lli suitor wb >
dwlared thai Ie i s sot an attempt
ii ill be made tn H > MI HIUHI bun b > tb
oigMiiUallon a tell b IK irxurilKl aa one
01 ihi no Inniiiiliu I Uunaia and
U lie r M iii bb n > l 1 1 I the Jewlub
n n i > IP Ici CHI Mi Mlllor liifoiin
i ii Un 1i l ll I in in anl b will
c II LI i jrl i ji iv agency for
I aildltlunul prole lion
inllNTKU I 111 lIbel 1ArilH
ills Mp p I gy otr Lf
i H iofiintiftMii lt 4 a shr
II h ie 4 i in iis1 nf iuui r fty bt
n ii ni t Hn Ocr tun t
I I i i ii I o iii i t i MI a cli r
I M 1 i H tireediiiR u
i mi hOller lu this Imitw tiiaan Thui
I ii > ien MSS to he tarried I a ipwdal nir
I I I ii tOOt to a fast ii e niiMitlnriitl
i n < li Tile xinlninii i
I I 5 bull cpu lg it s
a c will tintS i t i i lI f It
I Mn 0 iri men unit his M
swclIsc a itO k Sa lulnut
KISER SURPRISED
BRIUSHOFFICIALS
Imperial Yaoht Hohonzollern Ar
rived at Portsmouth Jetty While
They Wore at Lunoh
BIG SCRAMBLE TO GET THERE
Trmlite LIsa M ThMk 11 and 1H M4 >
Or itt ht4qiul lhtfy Ie Arrive at
Jlmtr 1111t1
Portsmouth ttw 21ev It Owing
to a chilling MUNMtrabet for the imperial
HolMMAttern having onboard
penal yacht H 111
board Emperor William tb empress
hnrd Kprr Wiim p
and the other members of th Imperial
part who are t visit lOng JMwtud
and Queen Alenwudra W unable t
the harbor here on the early tide
rues tl brbI lr Of te
and did nOl reach the Jetty until three
houra attr the appointed time thiS aft
rrniA The HoueiibMlarn aavhoreJ
lat nhl off Helaea not bag Sam to
entei anuown tie y KLVOIU > u p141
griun i in herman empress faith In
tne lieu till quailliva Oi lue 555e O
owlna
ICI iiiuai nave had a ahuuk
to iiie iiiu K fog even the pieciae IMMI
t I oi I lie imperial yacht was lot
known unin ti noun rtlun ll aii
uia oer a mat atie had toiL her way
through me gioom to toe s so iMtui > l >
and bad iui < uor vi there ueauina a Rut
ncient llfuog of me pun 10 eiuiolu Iiiu
imperial patty ii ianu at Urtat Mrn
sins prvmium dockyard An It waa
then Lou IMUI to lull u kit tJe illd i
te tIlt naibor me rccepUoa paity
untIl me itu
neborv waited patiently
Ur watd IKUCy IUil Ju
nonBoUern aucifudtd In linniig our
way into IorUniouiu and nuumw wi
to the naval Jill > unva aa a tantlilig
place lot iniportuni neraona ea Lit
frmce of Waie howcvor wuo had
own delvgaiou u > unig tuwuiu pui
noially to wekonie toe uernun em
nerur and eniuivxa h ul 111 the menli
r nor
wnue bOre a torpvdouoal accoin
pealed by Jieia AUimui i uri itowwii
gone oiu in toe iluiritriesi to tintS ibe
imperial j at lit ana uClItIdd In K St
hug on bcwrd of her juat aa the log
lilted utiiieiill > to vnuule tile llotieu
MjliTn to i > ro > eod to i 01 lamoutb
j lit WII Liiannel heel unairt COMI
niuii ui Aumlral l uu CharLes far a
tutu nunibaruiK nearly j 1 w rauiw
urmocd irom atein to tern aaiuiao
the uerniHii emperor aa tbe Honenaol
let paaacd up iiiu narrow waters of
bpitnttui tne land ballerina Joining in
the welcome
Owing to the delay caused by the
fog Ute hour of arrival of the Hob n
tfitvru at tbe Jelly ww mlacHcttUttd
Ibe announcement bud been HIM LiMit
she would not get there until 141 p in
but she aleamed Into Ute haruer HB
hoW earlier with the result IBM an
UM abclaJ aat the gtwrdt M biOS
wto Had IHII pauMtlr WWUBI
tbrouAoMt the fog TM ma t r up
pareotly MUared the aontrKe that hud
beep aprons ea tM IlriUan OIIMWU and
the cot scramble to get bock
to the Jetty In time to take part In UM
welcome
After iMpeeilnK the guards of hon
or the Uerraun emperor and empieaa
und their wltaa accompanied by the
1rliue of Walea and ma tea u
train for Vtlndew amid the fire of
royal site fiom the aaaembled war
hlpa and the narrtaon batteries
A QUEER DEATH
MHII Dnmiietl While TrjInK lo Cot
DrlnU from S > rlnc
Ibiladelphla Nov nII feet stick
Ins out of the top of a barrel placed
iVer a spring of water Jotin M Shan
non CutS found dead yesterday on his
fai m near lId lonld N J HI head
wits undr me water ahowing that lie
bad met death by drowning
Bliannon fled driven the cow to a
Held and probably tried to drink from
the apilng by leaning into the barrel
MIl be bad often done before It la be
iteved his hand Upped from the top
of the barrel ptrmltUnc hla body to
all to M to piakm both minis to hla
sides with no way to pull oU head out
of tho water which was about 8 inches
deep
Mum 8ISI7m
Tladlrortok Mov ILAraai aiaiunl
lion and correepon4anoa of a revolutlou
sri orgMtaatlon laaliidlac In ta member
hlp atMUra belonging to the local oar
neon baa been aaliad tn the naval weeks
hop hali
AMERICAN FEDERATION
OF LABOR CONVENTION
Norfolk Va Nov 11 The twonty
svettth annual convention of the
Amartctji Kederalloa of Labor W
v enc 1 today for a aaalon of two weeka
the opening onremnniua being held in
the auditorium at IIe JamealowH exps
hliliin where the day warn coI ai
American Kedeiutlnn of Labor Day
ThmiKli th < weather was thre tMlUK
i be utteiditi eta Urge
In UK I lid u f 4uo delegates rep
leneiiilng tli gieai army of orMMriaMd
luboi In AUK to 4 In ludlng every mess
tin of the f leratlona eiemUlve coun
i ll wlli ih repllon of Juan Mitchell
I ii I or HI toiled MUs Workers de
telL j t illiKM Preablaot U iiip ira de
land ihe innling open
l 11i sl it Uoinpera raapoBded In the
niii < of the fuilaratlon to various ad
d < of welcome
Tin iipoit it lilt tred ritlaJ > < on > mlt
ter v m in Oust business miller tn
inn ui Tie irogiam if the ui minn
111011 iu annual ivptii if litui
< a ni ra dc y Morrioon a < I rIt <
1nll1 Pirvldmt tJomi ri a Illt u 14
hIS l > ow in reach lh M i la i Krl
I 8 other bualn a of the ril > i sit > >
all kSttIs uf uh4ch a II1 bt op Ii I > I
I public
Victor I Berger thi MUauk i 1
1 lor and Horlallat lerdei nun un 4 he
I he WM continuing In fl < tuauiM
lttlll4at iuiispers t i ul1 ftii Ii
teats againti Ma i i I ll H 1 u1 the
the dlaplni nenl of I ii < > <
could not b > look I i i s inn lint
Mr Berger sold hll mmld trail
InUoauce u rIIIIII inaiidlng fad
aMl UgUluMon i r n transports
lion in iite sit I II ur all
child lab 1 nuiiif i iii Mol pru luita
Arthur A Hfcv lit iIrarultslt
of ni linWu nkl Tpbiauhlcal
lintIl < n I v h5 Is line ID ail
I
i he ril uloii ic gNSiiiC control and
DIVIII e inr fight m bb lf of laboino
I belBg waged by tie ntlaena Alliance
triton itt lx a AigeWi agaluit tad
iiiioM Ibi r
Anoii P ill ir4t > ti tlF ioin en
uon IllS riesitaiiess from Canadfc
i MexIu tu4 CuW
i II S f i I
GRANT THOMAS AND 1
FARRA3UT ACCUSED for
i t
or Having Offered Thoir Services
1
To Jefferson Davis in i
Confodorato Army lI
I
I
STATEMENT IS CHALLENGED 1 l
Col J E SUrart Dcllos Louisiana i 111
Historical Assn to Produce I II
Alleged Letters i I j
I 11t
i
Clip l > o ltoM t Made CIutrRt In Con I t
htIMIte Veteran bill lilltdr Snll r
thoti It ViM J11TtntWtitI I
IL
Chicago 01 11 Co James K
Htuart paat vice cmnmander of the department I
I
partment of Illinois U A It hued t
challenge taut night to the Louisiana
HiStorical ataoclatlon to produce the
letters alleged to bi In its ponaeKRlnn
In which Jell I 8 hart Gen < JeorK
H Thomaa and Admiral Farrigut itt
iOC time offered their crke to Jof I
rOIl Duvla In the lonfcdernti jinn
The challenge follow the atateinent
made In Balllmnrr MI > n Hnfiil
Iv cam A U De rloKiei of Wllmli
p N C Capt e 1tI Iiron
th medium of the i moderate
emu the ofntlal organ o f the lOifod
eraie nwletlea said the hlntorKnl s
wxlailon had In Ita eiini inlguut
voplen if letters which iheiw thiee ills
I
tlnguUhil loin cflKerii wiote t i Ii
Dal Gen Grant la mild to havn
written to Davla applyIng fnr it com
mlmlnn Jan 11 111 t
Commander outset MI < I
I < hatlenr he production by the
Louisiana lititoilcal > ii > < lutlori tn i
an > aoclety or Individual of an > au
thentic letter written by cither of thea lr
three men at any time which contain i
one word or Phrase from which the Inference I J
that they were twilling I
ference cMld be drawn
willing at any time to aid ftf assist the
cause of the rebellion
WHAT 18 IN PACKAGE
New Orleans Nov 11Jn regard t >
an article published In the Confederate
Veteran to the effet that Gen I S
Grant Gen George II Thomaa an I
Admiral Farragm had Houbf <
President Jefferwon Davis of tho iii
federaor for commlarloni Immeitafi
before Uw outbreak of the Civil wm
and that tfcelr letter tire IB the poses
lien r the JUontolana ittotorical ao
clety eel J A Chateron custodial
of Memorial Hall In this city aatd
LIre Jafleraon Davla consIgned
eral packet of letters to the care ot
the hall and these ant to be openrl
only when autlwrltf Is given ua to do
ao This authority ret with her
daughter Mrs Hayne of Coloruo
Springs I ont know the conunla of
thee letter
BDITOn 1MPOSKD ON
Naahvllle So lLa A Cunning II
ham publisher of t Confederate
Veteran of this city thu official or I
gait of the oontetlrnuy elated to
day In regard to the publication thut
Gen Grant Admiral Karragut anI
den Thomaa had applied to Jeffci oi
VIII for ommlaaloim III the ouifed
crate army that at the time of tb i
publication of Capt U Ttoaacfa com
munliation tn the Veteran he had nu >
giving Aa to the coripctnena of tin
atntement and an eittgatlon hal I I
ronvlnoed him that It was erroneou I
Aa a result < > f the incitlsallou the i I
December number of tIme Veteran will
onlaln a correction i i
WHAT DAVIhV DAfUHTER SA n
Colorado Spring ioln O ov 11111
an Interview today Mr J A llayen
daughter of Irealdent JvKerion Davis I
of UM southern confederitcy said
I dont know anythliiK about the < ou
tent of thoee letteia nor do I kno
w htt ei Oil na Grant and Thomaa or
Admiral Parragut ever applied to in > I I
father for oummtoelonn I never heard
ray paroota make any mention of then
tHLVinr done ao t r
Not knowing anything definite abuui
theo letteri I dont feel competent to
nay when theae letter shall be o oned
1 am going to New Orleans In February I I
and hall take counael with my friend j
and rwUUvea before deciding upon an >
JOtteR Since neither my father nor
my mother ever made these letter pub j
lic It la but natural that I should feel
nome dlflMeme about opening them or
departing from the toarae my panl
thought flt to pursue I dont irs any I
reason why the teties < i ulJ be uudu
public Just now
When asked if 4 saId e x preH her
pareoiial uptnloi s I hthr tote
Grant Mt1d Tnomiii m Al1llrIIarIIIH i
applied to her rmler r < eommlaaUns
Mn Hayes pit1 lh1 under the cl
cumetancex al < t aa I 1 In a ponltUn
to express SOY I liuit ater >
SIX DAYS BICYCLE RACE
Old IrmluVn
one alerts In the
Railroad bMOoH ItotlttH
lioon Nov 111 U4ar bU > oli
t iiiiej In the Old lrovliic > rjll
Ott itatiui wbiub baa been rcnai d
i ruik Aqua Uafaea at 1 oii i
rider were
i iu > i weiityfowr
i i d maklig up a doRa team uf IAI
ritu eah Tb raot wW btt 10 luu 4
ih t4y MmUnuoiia from I Will
tile finish being ON Haiuid nlghl 1 t
n entrant are HM follow t
Fdilh tout and W llr Uulj
lrloii team
Jo Koiftr and Jam K Uoian I >
Vnl
ulsII AiieteraeB and Huih Mel
> n Ataeftcan
liaidy IJownlna und N II i i
I western
Patient iluUi nt I ILIIII I
John and Mi i Hei II S A i
It JUu Uoifllngvi iii Piird Ki
i lIeran >
Ill a Kt I I j u I > 1 ii
I sii
irl linih d II Hbei
tte iranienntlnr I I
J Krank ji l I j Ueorit v II I
Nutmeg
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