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1 1AGKS WEDNESDAY MARCH ifl 1910 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FIFTYNINTH YEAR q J
1fflAG EDTAt
FORT DOUGLAS
Dorn a Cook Shoots
Laura Van
Her Lover Down at
Door
SENDS THREE BULLETS TRUE
hid Story of the Man and a Girl
And No Marriage Cere
mony
ifllan lih I pir til I4iIIt lug
HI Mm blifl Wn
Ilei t 11 NIN
Jiillttwl
M V I rll aore < 21 a nt at
y1 Dutl tin morning at I1W
t I lhr h i Ht hei lor Pilvaie
l T h killing him Instantly
I k h n mi at the bsk ix r
I > i lines quarters ind
I n tnessee to the aft
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ii grtv herself up lo
1 M vh attracted by tbf
K ht tiiii that UM dead
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r i ii i n shot going
< I i i heart Hfld the other
t I k nn rt I in hl Iwdy
i > i the uraHatlm of
I imnty who wa M
I h i < iii lit ing wilit the
H n d 111i ii and wife
It yr agn
i hmi that a marriage
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i d h n tiktn out 1tr worn
I u it n ncii wai wny
r Mnti mill It nas thli
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t 01 t U Hiyutlng
I l iinu Int in excellent
I 1 in n thra e milking
ill fiixt II H and lOW <
ul i < in th ho pltal at
II i five > iir In I tie
HUH st Fort Rikv
i ul Foil Dwglas II
in i i inpll Id Ky
1 nn f days he ttax ao
i n > t iid this presumably
I I nn I and the shootliig
i 11 h waN dres ed in
i t n apparently Wits
i i t u n uaaln
Ii th i ni the fort is attrib
II i i M flifl by Iwiuia Van
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ii i 11 pssvssIng girl who
10 n > M > 1 it the officer quar
I I Tet for the past two
I M in It of ciHk serving
f h Hi family nf cspt Say
I i ring ih > imst > eur for Iapt
fi i
i I the oldlr at Ft
4 i nsitiie for the stat
1 i n i luul on vral ctc
th woman His body
i i linn word from reks
t I c
I < i in th shooting
b i > 1 i irn l ovui to the guard
t I v iii d1 pending the ar
t IN i n > I Mates mirshab who
iitl i Mli murder by
S 1 th mght that II man
I I < i ling an a coat was
l I j > o n It subsequently
I t ft r was an electrician
imtv who owned the
I 4 I i i Iok to hi hswlaon
I n ii I id did not return lor
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STUNNED BURGLAR
WITH LUMP OF COAL
r < r March ISMr
t
g i k > f sharnsburg haa
I iinp or coal than In
I > l finse against bur
III niun as trying to
t ltth imp she took A
Jr
0 1 I I n Ini kttditm and
h N iii > ltIeiiIi dropped
t I 1 r Ii Intruder
I I fl I I revived him ba
I r lhn ODonnell He
1 < nnd sewed a p
WILL SWING WEST VIRGINIA
INTO DEMOCRATIC COLUMN
t t I1r > ItWe are going
I rnnhtt intn diii Demo
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1 II next piesldentlal
itntcinent from pi
p Maciorkle of that
I 1 h tndny Mr
d Map
i N s Vtrk on a business
v
1 ni Wst Vlrglua hi
I II I i < I m urn s ls reBdy talk
tF evident The
I Ito
11 tal have
adopted a
I iiem of railroad and
Ih k 1 h ih the Deinwcrnls
i In
hH Idlll the
Ih d II state and one of
1 xint to change It
BARK LOST IN STORM
FORTY PERSONS PERISH
Lt
I Xr I t6 T1 Portugue
1
t i ni V lnr cabled from
I V1 that the
lIh t k Portu
r
Jr rtd > etordy a lost
nfr p l
LI ilnd was Ioaded
I 1 I K Its I UflI for Ameea
tli iI fI re list Twnt 5 three of
Th i j fll rc wnr sa veil
I 1 i r person have been
I
an 1 M II II 11 rot rl prl thu bltrk 11I
tnl
Wh Inucequtely mans4
t r cs raaitI 1sd they
rt kn Into the hilla
AJORITmAN NOT
TO BE CAUGHT NAPPING
linn ta nh ISThe ClInbllm
It hUisf lsmocrts
m1II III and
Iii rllpn le1 flYenln
t rm th < <
rut e
I I f II a bill Ihe a 11lOllrtll
bit r 1 Ia flt0flHfl5 of autumn
I i t or 1prUldent anti
Ih e y v ii fll r 5u1t04 In 1In by
IhI HIII to be
l r MI caught
A
Io J Ii II I he liriml hd b n read
Tt thi H I II 1IIIIIht ot New
II 01t Whtp
n lIed
Ir dI T ot luorum
I h is WU
1 n nrdered
I it kP5t It nlJlbltlln
hs I Ie th o 6aton Unt11
PENNSYLVANIA MAY
HAVE STATEWIDE STRIKE
Ililllne In lffccl hcltlrmcnt IIf Car
men Trouble Stale PrcM Jrcena
nll Has Soul Out Cull flint Vole
Philadelphia March Dmpelrlni
of further pr < < i M toward a settlement
of the curnwni strike with George II
BarV one of live city repre UUvM
on the board of director at the Phlla
iMphta Kapld Tranirtt tampon the
committee of 10 today renewed Its ef
fort to make the general strike more
effective
Carrying out the art Ion taken by the
Hate federation of labor at IU con
lion at Newmntle lint wer Mute
I recklent E E Greenawilt taut nent
out a call for a vote on a talewMe
Mrike
The transIt companys repeaseettatlvea
ay they a > v constantly IncrmilHR the
number of ram In operation
There has been no dlMnler for sevoral
lays and more car are running today
than at any time irttwe the trtk began
The company hfia nnnnunowl thAI
men with good nxorJn may return and
although they will be permitted to re
taJr union membernhlp they will not
be allowed to wear the Mg button
which marked the union men before
the pmt strike
Jhlnt Mahnn has pun to his
botn In Detroit but Ia expected to re
turn to thin city on Friday
EMPLOYESOP THE NAVY
COMMENDED FOR HEROISM
Washington March ISTh secre
tary of the nayy baa ex > reed till per
onal appreciation of the prompt no
lion and cool Judgment displayed bv
P O Mulligan chief machlnlcf mate
and by P Aueree chief boat
swains mate of the dmtroyer Hopkins
lit the time of the lioller accident on
that vewel Feb I last He also has
heartily commended I Salmon ma
chlnlit mate for heroism on
the same occasion It was reported
that Salmon at great rink to hlineelf
linilMed In getting the port blower
started and thereby quickly cleared
the flreroom of team
THE GRAVE REVEALS A
STORY OF ESTRANGEMENT
Han Francisco March 16Th death
of John Michael Kelly a 10 Angele
millionaire lat Saturday ha reveal
ed a tory of the young man e
trangement from lila family since his
marriage a year sod a half ago to Mia
Olive Egan an actress At the tlm i
of hbo marriage Kelly waa a student
nt the 1nlverilty of Southern Califor
nia The young Mr Kelly was not re
celt nl by her husbands family and It
WI not until Saturday over the grave
of the boa that his widow met her
dead husbands mother and Muter who
came up from 10 Angela to attend
the funeral
Kelly had received from JIMWO to I
ttOOOOO of his father wealth most of
which ha upenl on Ida bride leaving
her the remainder after his death
JJlIWwmJU liTH TO CAlTOIti
Mukogee Ohio March 16lre
errlng death at his own hands to cap
lure by the posse that urroundHl hIm
Will Dauler living near her lat
night blew off the top of hi hood with
a shotgun
Hauler killed Harvey Shear a
neighbor following a quarrel over a
line fence yeiterday afternoon He fled
In the Ireenleaf mountain where he
wa surrounded by the poe
TEACHING MANKIND HOW
TO AVOID INFECTION
KRlisas City Mo March 1 Alteri
ng his belief that one of the greatest
functions of medical silence Is to pre
vent rather than to cure disease Dr
II W Wiley chief of the bureau of
chemistry of the Inlted State depart
ment of agriculture addressed a meet
tag of the Jackson County Medical 110
lety here lat night
1 am In favor of teaching mankind
how to avoid Infectious dhKas said
Dr Wiley This teaching he said
should begin at the start of life and
should specially be applied during Infancy
fancy lie characterised the question
of nutrition at this stage aa of the
greatest Importance
Milk I the est food In the world
for Infants and i hlldren continued
he physician If you are certain the
milk I pure do not have It pasteur
Ized Inpasleurlied milk Is much more
nourishing A few germut will net kill
a healthy Infant It Is only the muss
if microbe absorbed by food In un
healthy fetid atmosphere that are
deadly to the child
Dr Oeorge Ketlar of the Peorla state
HMpltal for the Insane also add rested
he meeting his subject being Oc
upatlons for the Inn as a Mean
of Cure
NO GOVERNMENT AUTOS
FOR SHERMAN AND CANNON
WaahInaton March 1IVlt Preti
dent Sherman and Speaker Cannon will
hays to content themselve with tldlnc
10 and from the Capitol In common
street car or In outofdat horse
drawn vehicle
The house today declined to proc lii
Item with 66 hoiliepowpr touring cars
vhs vote wa 111 to 94 the Irwiurtent
trpubtlcans throwing almost their en
Ire strength with the emocrats
DAVID ECCLES
ECCLESFURNISHES
FURNISHES BOND
Itortluid or March IS Dld Ro
les of Ogden Utah gave a 6too bon 1
today far his apjieersnce 10 answer 11
a charge > f conspiracy tu defraud th
government out of public land locatol
In eastern Oregon
IAtlr In the day IGecles was mad a
defendant to a civil suit III which the
government seek to recover S4WMIO
which It contend Is the value of 10000
00 feet of lumber alleged to have been
cut from M timber claim which the
government claims were fraudulently
acquired by Kocles and hi associate
SIXTEENTH VICTIM
OF TUBERCULOSIS
Chicago March 16 Frank Simon
the last of ID employe In the old roun
Iy building to become infected with
tuberculosis died In Denver and the
body will arrive In ChlclIlJfI today
Mr Simon who wa 40 years old
leeame n teller In the county treasur
ers office with It others All of the
tellers contracted pulmonary diseases
and one by one they have died That
their deaths were due to the same
aurea and that the unsanitary condt
Ions In the old county building were
espondble for their sickness was the
baIler of the physicians who attendee
hui
I ROOSEVELT
SEES THE SIGHTS
Pays Second Visit to Obdurman
And Witnesses Parade of the
Twelfth Sudanese Regiment
WENT TO THE KHALIFS HOUSE
Uhoti He HciiclioM Hoinn lie Will lie
HH1 u Dinner lij King VIHur
ICiiiintiiMiel
Khartoum March C TJi Rouse
It paid n teciHid visit to Obdurman
today The town 10 the left bank of
the river Nil just below the Junction
of the White NIle and the Blje Nile
and almost nppnerte Khartoum It con
tain much of Interest t the traveler
The Mart wan made Alt a early
breakfast Col fkioeseelt lie Rouse
velt Kermlt and Miss BUwl belna ac
companleil liy heron Statin lh inSpector
pector general of Kgypl and other of
rtcera n friend The party made the
trip on the andar s yacht ICIfin One
object of the excursion was to witness
the Twelfth Sundaneae regiment on
parade
The Kooeevelt visited the khallf
house near the center of the town
Near the house IA the mahdf entomb
and within the enclosure of the house
is the tomb of Herbert Howard son
of the ISarl of Carlitoke who wa
killed at the battle of Kerrerl while
acting as a war correspondent
Col ItooMvelt received the more
prominent residents of the Obdurman
during the visIt at lh khallf hictie
today Following UI reception the
market place and the picturesque
baaar were vIsIted and Home of the
bOla of lundried brick as well as
the mud hut which predominate were
examined
The Iloooevelt reached Obdurman at
7 oclock and found awaiting them on
the pier a group of llrltlch official an
encort of Sudanese soldiers and a large
immlmr of Arab The latter In their
robe of many color made a interesting
eitlng picture Col Hooeevelt shook I
hand 1 around
A camel corn wa In waiting hut
enl lUxwevelt and Mr Hooeevvlt who i
had their experience with the ships
n Ib deeert the ulay before elected I
to travel today In a dog cart Oth n
n their Immediate party nxmntr
horse or donkey Mounted pour officers
ficer accompanied the cavalcade whoh
wa hettdnl by four member of > he
camel corps follower of the Mahdl
brilliantly garbed In gold faced scarlet
coat and turban and trousers snowy
white Four Identical appearing camel
rider formed the tear guard
As the regal appearing procession
moved Slatln Paaha pointed out the
point of Interest n related the p
of history with which each pot was nf
elated
wiifi nn OWIIST or KINO I
COt IQlMAXUHIj AT DINVKII
Tlome March 16iCing Victor Em
manuel has decided to give a dinner
In honor of former President RooeevPit
on the occasion of the latter visit to
till city The guest will Include Mr
Ttooeevelt Kermlt and Miss KthH
American Ambassador Ihmlln Mr
Ix > l hnwn other member n Ih Amer
ican embassy and Count Oulcclardlnt
Milnlnter of foreign affairs
PLAN FOR THE REFORM
OF THE HOUSE OF LORDS
London March According to T
Chronicle an organ of the govern
ment the plan for the reform of the
hON of lord upon which the gov
ernment will appeal to lh country If
defeated provide for the establish
ment of a second chamber of M6 to
H9 member elected for a term of
seven or nine year Peen or com
moners above the R of 4 year sea
to be eligible for election which will
b by the present parliamentary vot
ers grouped In large constituencies
The plan further provide that the
tew chamber shall have no power In
finance but advisory and delaying
lower In legislation and that differ
ence between the two houses shall be
adjusted by Joint sittings
JUST ONE WOMAN
REGISTERED IN CHICAGO
Chclago March 16Dr Sara Janaon
angllle was the only woman in Chi
cago to register yesterday
I wish to register declared Dr
Janson aa she entered the registration
booth
Rut you cant vote madame ol >
d the JudgHi In rhqrus You
cant vote for aldermen or 0 the lo
cal option question
That doe not matter wa the re
pi j I wish to have my name placed
on the poll HBS
The Judge were Inform by olllclals
of the election commission that Dr
Jnson was entitled to register al
though her ballot would km accepted
only at the election of trustees of lh
state universIties Accordingly she
was sworn I merely wont to vote
for trustee she said afterward Tha
physician la the wife of A S I ngllle
who IA an attorney and practises medicine
icine under her maiden name
DONT LEND YOUR AUTO
IT MAY COST YOU 5000
New York March It1ont lend
your automobile I may cost you a
matter of JOOOO or so This lessor
hal been brought home forcibly to
hiuna C lirady a New York broker
who ha been directed by a supreme
court Jury to pay IsOOO to Benjamin
Friebaum a lad who nan hit by Bra
d car some month ago Brady hfd
loane the R to his brother and a
hired taxicab chauffeur diove It The
verdict however was retutned against
the owner of the ear
TROUBLE OVER DELIMITING
FRONTIER IN AFRICA
Lisbon March 16 The Dlarlo an
miuncea that n serious conflict between
Portuguese and the British official
engaged In delimiting the frontier hat
occurred At Tt I town on the
southern bank of the Zambesi river In
Portuguese Blast Africa and that
PorturUle AS
a result llveh note are now being
exchanged between the governments of
Portugal and Great Urltivla
TAFT SWINGING
AROUND CIRCLE
Leaves Washington for Chicago
To Attend Banquet of the
Irish Fellowship Club
WILL HAVE VERY BUSY DAY
Will VMl lliau > Wllgre Ho Wttl let
< 5m HiwiitM Uiej siuii haul
lilItltil llctl c
I
Waablncton March i President
Taft left here at Ia m for Chi
cago over the PennsylvansB railroad I
He Is due there at I oclock tomorrow
morning Prnm Chicago the resident
will awing around the 4rrle to
Rohr Alb New TC New
Haven and IVovldence and Will not b
In Washington again until March U
EXCITING IMCtnANT
Shortly after leaving t Whlt
House on his way to th etatlun th
president had an extremely exciting
moment rue big White llanse auto
mobile bearing him and MagMe Cept
Butt narrowly ceaped ntMIng down
a woman The heavy oar running at
good speed wes creasing fourteenth
street on New York avettoft when a
woman darted In front of the machine
Instantly the chHuHeur applied the
brake bringing th machine to a sud
den stop The preeldent seeing the im
pending accident was o Wa feet m
an instant and shouted I warning The
mr then continued on IU way and
narrowly mlneexl hitting a trolley cr
T presidents visit to Chicago It
primarily to attend tbe annual fit Pat
ricks day banquet of the Irieh Fellow
ilp club of tlwt city He Mien will
b th guest of that orgMtaatlofl at
luncheon
Prom the moment of his arrival
however until he leave Chicago It
nearly midnight tomorrow h wa continuing
tinuing engagement He will ride
with a military escort from one of the
suburban station to his hotel will
visit the neisspapor club and the traf
fic club will attend a conmnatlon
meeting In th afternoon at the Audi
torium will b tendered a reception at
the Hamilton club and will wind up
the day with the Fellowship banquet
novo HUailKB QUEST
Arriving at Hocheiter the afternoon
of Friday the president will b the
guest of the chamber of commerce at a
banquet that evening He will pnd
the night In llochwter and leaving I
there early Saturday morning will
proceed to Albany where for a t
be will be lh gUt e Oev Uuf
at the state executive munition tninng
1H stay In Albany the president will
aUnt the tuberculosis conferees a
dinner of the ITnlventlty club and prob
ably will b the center of a number of
Important political conference
On Monday the president will attend
a meeting of the Yale corporation at
New Haven and proceeding to Provi
dence that afternoon will b the guest
of tit New Kngland manufacturing
Jeweler and silversmIths at an elab
orate banquet at which Senator Ald
rich also will be a guest of honor
Prom Providence the president proceed
ceed to New York arriving there the
morning of the Undo to spend tie en
tIre day He will b entertained at
the New York Press club In the after
noon and In the evening will attend I
banquet of the American Peace and
Arbitration society and look In at n
dinner given by the New York county
Republican committee tn Herbert Par
son
ON TRAIL OF MEAT
PACKING CO OFFICIALS
New York March ISIn expecta
tion of securing Supreme Court Justice
awayses signature to the recently
granted order compelling the Indicted
Chicago meat packing companies to
produce their record for grand Jury
Inspection Prosecutor Oarven went
today to Trenton where Justice
8way Is sitting
Mr Germ wa prepared to meet
opposition from counsel for the pack
Ing companies
I was announced at the prosecu
tor office In Jersey city that notice
had been received from counsel for
the corporations that Lemuel Patter
son the Indicted vicepresident of the
National Iarklng company had left
Chicago for New York anti wa ex
pected to appear in the Hudson coun
ty court and entered a plea of Indict
ment charging him with conspiracy
CONSUL JUNIOR THE
MAN MONKEY IS DEAD
Dallas Texas March 1C Consul
Junior the socalled educated chlm
wnne who wa dressed and taught
to act like a man died today of bron
chial pneumonia after an Iilnue of four
days Consul was valued at IMOM
and was Insured with I Ixindon Insur
ance company for that amount During
his Illness physicians attended the
monkey as they wouM have ministered
to a human being The body will be
embalmed and sent to ICurnpe for
burial
MANY WOMEN PRESENT
AT TRIAL OF MAYBRAY
Council Bluff la Manh ltTbe
ttrst witness at the trial of J c May
bray and his associates today aes T
1 George u Han Antonio Tex who
aid he wan relieved uf 0 In con
nection with a wreetllng mutch at New
Orleans two years ago in which one of
the contestants apparently suffered a
serious hemorrhage In the second bout
lie named Joeeph J Wright now un
der indictment but not yet ale
as the Iril who Induced him to
participate In the affair Letter which
1w51Sd through the mall played an
Important part In leading Mr George
Into the toll and they were produced
In evidence
Howard Hltnpeon the Rnvcrnmenf
tar wItness of yesterday stUd today
that In the want of Herriman Moor
and Itrowri now In Jail In Oakland
Ca being brought here for tril he
would doubtless be a wltne against
them
Simpson appear to b friendly with
Maybrav Uf ha spent some time with
the latter In the jail Himpsons teen
inon ha nut materially affected May
bra > s irrciests In the present trial
The laiife attendance of ivgmen at
4h o trial has been a feature
EXCITING CHASE
AFTER A BRUTE
Anthony Woods a Local Cement
Contractor Accused of
Dastardly Crime
OF ENTICING A LITTLE GIRL
lltirN Ititcfcn in Attempt tim 1 IIp
hlnieih Arrital nf Iolleo Sne s
Hint liett llml nlllllC
The Intervention of Patrolman
Charles Olson Patrol Driver Oor e
Moore and Bicycle Policeman W W
Qrifln U all that saved Anthony
Wood a contractor iMted I year
from a lynching on I streat between
Third n Fotwth avenue betweep 11
and 1 olock today a UM fla ha
N to be thankful to th police that
be I now e vrely tochcd hi a cell
In the city JaJI Inataftd of danglIng
from a tree o telephone pole with a
rope around his neck
AuN the police Wood at
tempted one of the mOAt dastardly i
crime that ha ever been called to the
attention of the police He la chained
with enticing the yearold dauchb I
of Mr J Book from her home XI
Mxth HMt sitset shortly before noon
with a sinister purpose In view lie
bought m little r a ban of candy
and lured her to Fourteenth mast and
FVNirth Booth before th child wet
missed by her anxious mother
AlNT T Tll REWfK
An aunt Mr J Klngdun then
Klnan
caught up with the man and with the
teensy of a tigress defending her
young h flew at Wood with K fury
that would brook no resistance flhe
heat him and clawed his fare until
the man lied for his life Wood broke
away from the woman and ran eastwards
ward Jut at thl time W I Nenblt
of ITS Klghth avenue appeared on the
scene In a tuogay Taking Mn ICing
den Into the vehicle they pursued
Wood for several block but the man
lumped over fence and ran for his
life toward the university Neiblt
Jumped from hi buggy not even wait
Ing to tie the home and dale after
the fleeIng man Aero lots over
fence around corner they ran Wood
bench
heading lo the north
ROCK KAILKD T KVU CHASE
In the meantime the chase was taken
up by J K BurbklK of CM eat Fourth
South street and 1 > Iowan who live
o Fi > tirt nth South and Third last
Th latter hd Ht quite cities to Wood
when the fellow suddenly Mopped
np
picked up a rock and hurled It at
Mowon striking the latter In the
tnaiHrbgaiMiUMHlBK put a tooth and
euttlnFvllp Mlv the chase continued
tinued until Woods WAS captured on
avenueK P street between Tin and Fourth
In the meantime the police had been
notified and white drift went out on
notfe n
his motouycle Oltnon and MoH hur
ried to 1 ttrwt In the patrol wagon
They arrived In the nick of tints
Ty rrlve o tm
Soon after Wood W captured the
n of his aliened attempt at a un
speakable crime pred like wildfire
and enraged cltlien were clamoring
for his life
CAIUt FOR A ROlJ
Oft H rope ynrh the hound
shrieked teveral enraged parson The
fk took charge of Wood and bur
r him t police headquarter wheie
he was searched and then locked up
While the police war looking for the
man even telephone at police headquarters
quarter wa ringIng from frantic call
of women who reside In the neighbor
hood of Ih little girl home They
wore 1 so excited I wasalmust tin
possible t get a clew account of what
ha happened
Wood has a swarthy complexion and
has the appearance of a foreigner
though he claim to be American born
He I a abort and heavy set He told the
police that he is a cement contractor
and had done some work on IMxth Jut
and Thtrdfknith and that the child knew
him He denied buying her candy and
declared that the child followed him
When naked why he ran If he had done
nothing wrong he mid he was fright
ened and feared he would b killed
Itrol Driver Moore Mild that when
the police reached the scene of arrixt
the whole neighborhood wa thoroughly
aruueed bent administering
auM bt upon allnltrll
summary vengtMnre upon the mAn The
fellow cowered with fear and the sight
rH lgt
of the police wax I o nelrome one to him
DR BENJ IDE WHEELER
ON RECORDBREAKING TRIP
New York Man 1GPresident Ben
jamin Ide Wheeler n the University of
California who sachet New York at
nidnlght on the Kronprenseaeten CelIa
I making a recordbreaking trip from
Cherbourg to Han Francisco leaving
New York thi afternoon he expvcta to
reach his destination within 10 day
from hie dale of departure from
Jnc He has Important appoint
ment In CallforiiJi on March I 1
lie succeeds In meeting them he will
lave broken all speed records between
p
the Pacific coast
Chertiourg and IlfI Jadn 1
NOT TRYING TO FREEZE
OUT BRYANS FOLLOWERS
Hot Springs Ark March 16 Chair
man Norman K Mack of the national
Democratic committee and ala F
denied
Murphy Tammany chief tonight
tiled that the council of the Demo
cratic leaders here are to freeze Hrysn
followers out of the party affairs
Mr Mark explained that Mr began
had made It 1 plain that he would not
again attempt party leadership that
any alleged attempt to throstle Mr
llryaai Influence would be unneces
sary
Mr Mack said he lee the Demo
crats were a unit In wanting only the
strongest man for leadershIp and when
It bHcetn apparent as to who we the
eet man the Democrat would unite
In his support
SENATOR DANIELS
CONDITION UNCHANGED
D ytona ria Man h ltlhysi
UUIN In c hal of Senator John W
IMIilel of Vhglnla at 9 odock Issued
the following bulletin
There Is no hange in Servitor IJan
els condition sine last night His > 1
tire left aide U paralyzed The 11 1
lent 1 ruling comfortably
fSGRERY BALLNGER
AND GLAViGHARGES
XHlhlll HH llccn llroiiglil IH LIght
Hut SIisli4rIiis IniiiiciMlm suit In
Iliiintloiis Ss the leerctitry
Ht Pall Minn March It Tlo In
surgent movement Is something like a
fantasy and the Ba4llng rPlnchot
hearing la of lea Importance In the i
east than In the west
t
I
ftarr lllnger who f here to ad
dress the Minnesota CJUIUSM vallon con
vention thus expreeeed himself today
dayWhen
When you arc riding 0 th plains
pln
A cow on the horiaon look W feet high
hut when you come up to I It only
an ordinary cow be aald
peaking further of the Investigation
of aid the Olavli charge Mr Balllnger
aido
go far nothing has been brought to
light but suspicion Innuendo and Inti
mations Thee t will dispel as soon
as my evidence IA In
IHO M I MOIIKAV IHSWI
Newport f f March ItMorn J
Morgan sgeit iI professor of Classical
philology st Harvard unlverslt > died
here today
FINDINGS IN CASE OF
DEATH OF LT JANNEY
Maul March IIT mllltiiy In
veatlgatlon Into the shooting of lleut
Ilarence M Jnnney of the Twelfth In
fant whi was killed by hIs own gun
at the home of Iol Robert P Amen
at Fort William McKlnley ha been
completed and the report placed In th
hand bf MaJ Ian William H Carter I
bane b Ma on Wiim 1
commanding the depn ilnunt of lunn
The finding itt the pe lil board of
revealed
Inquiry are not lvJ
Mr Janney wife of the lieutenant
had planned to leap for Hongkong en
route for Dan Francaco but was In I
formed that her testimony would t
required at the inquest Hhe cancelled
the paaaage accommodation engaged
and Icy remained at Fort William McKln
rotmTKievrii itnrrr 111nmX
Han FrancIsco March 1C The Four
teenth Infantry which has been sta
tioned In the Philippine for the lat
two yearn letumed today on the transport
port Thomas The Flint battalion
and machine gun platoon will 1 to
Fort Lincoln N D the Second bat
talion band and headquarter will b
statIoned at Kurt William Henry Mar
neon Montana and the Third battalion
at Fort Mlxenuln Montana
WESTON WILL WALK
FIFTYTWO MILES TODAY
Raymond Kim Manh it Ldeard
Pan iVestrt panned through line at
M g a m for HuKhtnuon spsrutg tu
cov r U mlle by night He otipcuiiU to
b In excellent physical < ndiiH
WILL EMPTY GREAT
RESERVOIR TO FIND BODY
FID
Yonker N Y March 1IIzty million
lion gallon of water the content of
the big Fort led reeervolr will b
emptied to ascertaIn whether a suicide
note found on the bank of th reeer
voir several day ago wa a ba
As Yonkers I In the midst o a ty
phoid fever epidemic caused by Impure
water the health department declare
that nothing must be left undone to
determine whether a human body really
He at the bottom of the reservoir lie
peated dragging of the bottom with
Jtt
grappling hob ha failed to bring up
any trace of the supposed suicide
Dynamite cannot be used because if
the danger to the concrete bottom sal
Men of the reservoir
1 a hoax the suicide letter will b
a costly one for emptying the reser
voir will cost nearly 0
WELLINGTON AVALANCHE
VICTIMS BODIES FOUND
deultle Wash Msrcli < I the U
bodies rei overed from th > Wellington
avaleach of maw 1 hnv been Identified
as these of passengers M as of train
men and seven are unidentified There
n
are till Ihi passengers missing of
whom three are from Spoken and the
bodies of five railroad men are > et to
be found
COMMODORE HOVGAARD DEAD
lip llrM Awvplwl C < M UVt Story nnil
Then lc < liliil Hi WH 1 Prninl
Copenhagen March 15 mmnnl
Hovgaard the Danish Art explorer
died today
Commodore Hovgaard figured prom
inently III the function arranged In
Junior of Dr Frederick A Cook on his
recent visit to Copenhagen and h w
on of the first to credit the claim
of the American explorer Fallowing
the rejection of Conk claims by the
tnlverslty of Copenhagen th Danish
explorer declared that though It bad
not been proved that lh American did
not reach the north pole be could re
gard cook thereafter only as an im
post er
IItiJSSlN siHTitAni iiuu
Merlin Mircli ItThe diet today passed
without essential changes the gotern
ments Prussian suffraife bill The vote
ws m to t M
The iMMMire has been bitterly opposed
by the Socialists whose recent publle
ilsMoastrstlons n pretest have brought
them Into frequent conflicts with the p
lice
CONDUCTORS AND TRAINMEN
HOLDING SECRET SESSION
Niit York March IS Th > grand
oounclls of the Order of Kill ity Con
ductor and lh Hrolherhood of Hal
way Trainmen met In re session
here today to consider the situation
arising from the demand of the men
for higher wage and Improved working
condition
The member of th grand council
wr called tAJ New York from various
part of the country ty Grand Master
W a Lee of the Trainmen and Unuid
Maater A O Oarretaon of the Conduc
tor The conference had reached no
decision It wa said at noon although
those who were attending th confer
cncu refuSed to reveal what was being
done
At the same time union offlchU I
rewentlng the conductor and trainmen
of the entire New York Central system
including the lAke Hhore A Mtrhlftiin
Southern the Huston I Al > mi ih Hit
HV ur end iher tin i intn < IU i h ih
Ne York Ontril wire inUnng H
orn nt tin Irind Imtral Htitnut
with orfliiiUa of the road
I COMMON SENSE
I ON CONSERVATION
Secy Ballingcr Strong Advocate
For It but Is Not in Sympathy
With the Ultra Radicals
SOME THEORIES IMPOSSIBLE
Tne ie4hy IJe Itetwecn HjMertn nn
O44t S and l iwlsiiijy IH
IioIsi4l H Ihe Oilier
8t Paul Mimi March itAs ardent
an advocate o wise conaenwttoa as
tb moat radical was the wa I which
fry Bellinger o the Interior de
partment In a speech today before the
Mate conservation convention ex
pressed iii policy in regard to UM
public land
pblc question
But he added It must b wise
iimservstlon to appeal to me
Secy Bellinger declared hlmaelf o
of sympathy with thoae raallcaJ who
fear that 1 natural reeourcea are be
ing used up without any consideration
for future generation
our country he said I the rich
est of 1 In natural resource t aoll
ls minerals Its coal ILt Iron its
granite Its limestone Its water power
n Its climate poeeeeee Immeasurable
wealth and If properly utlllaed contains
tains sufficient reaourcea t car for
all probable thcraaae In tie population
of our country In th year to come
THK DOCTRIHARIRK8
He said that while the doctrin
arlres figure that t coal deposits of
the United HtHtes n Alaska will b
exhausted In a period of about 10
year the fact Is that according tu the
production of coal In the Unite lales
at tlo close of 1M only 4 l l per
cent of the original supply nf cml had
been exhausted leaving UK Hi ap
parent supply still availHble wi r per
cent of the original suppK i uul
enough tu last aa tome claim for a
pet lod of 7000 year
After n lndlfferen on < li > purl
of the people as to the public dunialn
he declared a deep concern han sud
denly arisen respecting the remnant
0 the national estate with a wholly
exaggerated notion of what should ho
done with It b the government There
is much talk about the conservation
of our natural resource and nebulous
theories that sound Km tn the ear
but r impossible of practical appli
cation to editing condition are advanced
vanced Between the hysteria that
exist on the one side and the tendency
to despoil the public domain on the
other we will it Is hoped b able tn
find the true policy of the government
H expreeBed the opinion that a
greater obligation rest upon the state
than upon the general government to
Inagvrate laws to prevent waste In the
utilisation of national rexoun
LKST WK FORO T
Aut we must not forget im as
serted that we are not through with
the policy of development or
poll cVluprnl building
up new communities mid settlements
even In far oft Alaska We have not
reached that perlAd nhfrc r cm fY
the remainder of our publIc land shall
be auctioned 01 to the highest bidder
to Increase the revenues nf the national
treasury They must still be used is
Inducement to Increase thrifty settle
ments and provide new home to land
lea settlers n to promote commerce
and Industrial pursuits in the most
remote region of the welt
What the public domain need to
da > Is a speedy survey of all available
areas for settlement 1 adequate and
clnntlltc claaliflciitlon of the remainder
of the public tend And ub legtatatfon
u U enable a dtermmatton of all
private entries and might and Interests
of the ttonaflde clamant without un
reasonable delay and afcove all frt
lIon against the
lon monotwllution o
watc of new natural resource s
AX ABBUHD LAW
M r Bin decare that th pres
ent law and method of dlepoaej of de
posits of coal phosphaterv ell a nat
ural gas are utterly Impracticable
eIther from th standpoint of the loca
tor or that of the government and no
adequate method exIsts h added
for controlling or supervising hydro
electric power produced from power
plant Installed o government water
power site No man o set of men can
comply with tb prevent law and
finance a coal mine on the public domain
ln c pulc 10
main on d40 acre of land except under
extremely favorable condition The
absurdity of the law In Itself Invited
fraud and Indirect methods o evading
It provision It Is hoped Congress
will furnish the Interior department
with the necessary machinery to guard
safely and properly the public Interest
In their ultimate disposition
SENOR NABUCOS BODY
STARTED FROM BRAZIL
Washington March 11WIth military
aud naval honors the casket containing
the body of the late Braalllan ambessa
dor genur Nnbu u was removed today
from the vault In Oak Mill cmetsr In
this city where It had reposed since his
d sth and placed aboard the presIdents
yacht Mayflower to b taken to Bal
hortly after I oclock the eaeket which
is of broIls weighing IM pound wa a
nn from the vault by ethl body
beams 1 nonroeamiesioaed offlcers nf
the army and placed upon an srtlllerr
caisson draped with the Brazilian n <
American color and escorted by a squad
ron or iKMilrv from Fort Meyer under
< ummanri of CspUIn aarrard started T
the navyyird
There were no religions ceremonies
MiW of the fact thst elsborsts serv s
Itil been held at the time of las funor
The stale depsitment was rspreaenu
by Chandler Hale third assIstant seem
tary of stats while the diplomatic boiv
ass prrasnt In the person of a apili
committee appointed by th dlrecton if
the bureau of Amerloan republic
Arrived at time aa yyard the funn
cortege was met by the commandant 0
the yrd und passed between lines of
marines and blue jackets drawn up at it
tsnllon The raajtet was placed aboatcl
the Mayflower which called directly to
Hampton Roads where It will be trans
hipped tomorrow to the armored cruls
er North Carolina and conveyed lo Rlu
Janeiro escorted by the BrazilIan leSt
tlvlhlp Mlnas Oeras
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