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OAST EDITION 1 DESERET YFrNrNG NEWS Yonr nronclit Wtio Announcement rirrrertntr to tlio Attention Valnes In Mio of Newt People It
ii raft
I Fairbanks Expedition Reached
top of Tallest Peak in North
America April 3
Utterly Failed to Verify Any Part
Of the Story of His Al
leged Triumph
0tr UclW Bncmmlcml Were Not So
I Great us Jlnil Ilcai
I Predicted
JIIrakt Atoskn April It The
nftbuk rdltton to Mount ilcKln
r m ue tallest peak In orth America
t s v the summit April 3 after a
fit one month from the bow No
r t of Dr Frederick A Cooks
zId ascent WIfE found
lwmM Lloyd leader of the expedl
t JIII trived aero laat night His corn
were Daniel Patterson W n
I l sad Chaa MoGennlgle and all
sed the top of the great mountain
TIlt expedition which left Fairbanks
JIlt 11 while the control ersy over Dr
pt disputed ascent was still mt
Jtr w flnlshed by Out Peterson find
u McPhe of this city The Dtan
irn to fo Into camp on the mountain
H Mfh as possible and probably
iteat the middle of May make a dash
tar the summit
The atatiol encountered were not
It IrtSt ai had been expeoted
Mr camps were cstabllthed during
UK Mteat and a trail woe blazed all
lilt war to the crest Up to ItOM
fett the HlmWnp did not preent un
VH J difficulties For the next lee >
fort tile way led over a steop Ice field
vtth it flnt seined to forbid further
jwjrM but through which upon ex
pkritlM It was found poelble to lo
t a path
Tit fowl daih to the top was made
MM tlx llMt foot camp
ileast MrKlnlej termUiutes In Twin
Iwtt of equal height one somewhat
IWII4e4 and covered with snow the
jlsar nunpiwed of bare and wind swept
yt On the rock poak the Falrbankj
tS IbfII placed an American flag In
ismnHDt of stones
c Tie expedition which was provided
tilk Dr Cooks maps and books en
iHWTOi to follow his alleged route
tt utterly failed to verify any part ef
Hi ttery of ajx ascent
The Mount McKlnley expedltlonnewn
I which has been received from Fair I
begs Is made up of Thom Lloyd
Mwt Horn Harry Karsten and
ChirlM McGolngle all experienced
W trd that reached Seattle says the
rtmbwi had reached an elevation of
BM feet without great dlfllculty At
l bit point they were confronted by an
a t perpendicular wall of Ice that
mtdwd more than 4000 feet to the
TV men atu4sd that they had found
t tt > la the lee wall and believed they
WNI4 be able to reach the top The
ntetitlon was equipped with H dog
tii 1114 supplies and with the
latttr they established a bane at the
tOOl of the mountain They planned
to Mk the dash for the summit at
the bmk of winter In May
TIle nwmbers of tho PArty agreed to
tGrttIt 5000 If none of them reached
lie Mmmlt
Ox of their objects was to verity
e r Msprove to their own satisfaction
tile rtalm of Dr Frederick A Cook
IIIat ha reached the summit In the fall
Of Oiok claimed to have asconded
iwnt McKlnley and to have reached
1M Mmmlt on Sept 16 In cold he
W > t thi top of tho mountain proofa
st he had been there
Pr f Ilercehel C Parker oC Columbia
IIIftnlty wag a member of the ox
edition that Dr Cook led to tho nioun
Ws and he later disputed Dr Cooks
Mwttktn that ho reoclimi the summit
Ilbr tile profe ior and other con
Witoni had turned bnok
nUy Prof Parker organised an
Hf 4ltlon to attempt the ascent of the
WBtsJn and It won planned thnt this
party shoulil lMv Now York about
April X next They Intended to gn to
Settle and thence by atramshlp tn
Conk Inlet From that point the party
IIud to travel by motorboat to the
tIt1IlJIlta glacier where a immianimt
w would be tabllshod
Msunt McKinley Is the aMumml oul
8Ilaatlnll JoInt of the North Atnertctn
tlllent and In the Alankan range
i lItlllf M a jmsw 4 minute north
IO1tU4e Hi west Its height It moll
M 3 > 4M feet Jt Ii extensively glaciated
Led hs slwayn been regarded as moat
Wo H of ssrent
II ew York April aianlC Yu Ylng
> l Imperial
majestyg Chinese con
M berr
has Issued a proclamation to
t tOllng maulers dsvolKl subjects In
Jjwton rcquestlntt them to lay
JJJ Ihlr warfare and don their finest
VbCIe chth J Jav next to receive
I lifmt
census takers who will
hifti their bf teak on that day
uJ tillperial proclanmtlon Is posted
lIholt Chinatown printed In
Chinese And with
a faoslmlle slgna
ID5PWhlh might very well be tho
PttthfiI emperorin
hW an upper cor
T ° It t accompanied by a table for
their nt Chinese dates of birth Into
Lnrllh iulvalent Moons end
gaI mut be turned Into months and
HarTHY WIDOW nunnmum
Ulknlblol MOJ AprIl nThe body of
Uo it IT1 s uwU a weslthy widow
ut nil i wx on her farm one mil
te u bd in Jalmr near here today was
owes In a funk at her home by flhrltt
tlie luloy flha hall bren mllnK
I IU Wedneaday
e Kra DrkwilJr a neighbor not se
1t4 WaS or about her homes made a arch
wilted the aberltt to IOCMe her Ue then
titan b hotlv warn fOllnd the official
an 11IlOtlgaUon
Tlicy Continue at Hognta Colombia
Military iTujiport tar Ixunilor
Demanded by thc People
Lima Peru April H Official tale
grams reoelnxl here state that demon
ttratlona hostile to Peru and in favor
of military support to Ecuador contin
ue at Ilbgota Colombia
This uountry remains quiet oufh
volunteers dally otter themselves t
the army and navy and donation to
the war fund are received
It ii rumored that the Hpanlsh nwxr1
settling the boundary dispute between
Peru and Ecuador may be received by
the government at any moment
It 18 believed that If Perus dispute
over the provinces of Tcntt and Arica
can be settled amicably with Cline and
thus Insure the neutrality of the lat
ter republic Peru trouble with Bcua
dor cnn be met without dllllculty
Washlpgton April It The war spirit
Is becoming more and more rampant
In Peru and Ecuador as well ac In
Colombia and the chanoe of a peaceful
settlement of the difficulty lies between
Peru and Kcudor to believed to be
rapidly diminishing
Omokil telegrams to the state de
partment convey thin Intelligence one
dlspHtch from Lima being to the effect
that there Is Rreat enthusiasm there
for war with tteundor and that the
Oruadorean government tn mobilizing
I In anny Apparently In anticipation of
Plttsburg April U The search to
unearth municipal corruption In the
legislative departments of greater
Plttsburg may continue Indeflnlteb
according to the outlook today In the
district attorneys office since Frank N
Hoffstot banker and steel manufact
urer has refused to come here from
New York city unless he Is extradited
The grand Jury Is again today en
gaged with Its graft Inquiry
Chicago April U Judge George A
Carpenter of the tnlted Mtates district
court has made It known that hereafter
he will not appoint receivers for bank
rupts except when neoewary and on a
full exposition of the facts In the case
In the pursuance of his determination
he refuted to grant three requests for
receivers yesterday
Newport R I April IfI regret to
say that the report that my parents
are reconciled to my marriage to net
true Would to lT tour It was said
Philander C Knox Jr yesterday
f love my father and mother but
I love my wife and I am happy with
her My going to New Yom to meet
ray brother Heed started the false re
port I am selling automobiles and
earning big wages Ask my boas If I
am not a star employe
Westerly It I April SIAt least one
of the dozen or more mysterious vic
tims of a concoction labeled whisky
who have died in Westerly and vicinity
within the last week met death from
poisoning by wood alcohol according to
the formal report of the medical ex
aminer today
A possible solution of the mystery
was offered by a Westerly druggist lie
declared the Italians woe In the habit
of making their own whisky as Wes
terly Is a temperance town and at the
drugstores they asked In poor Hnglleh
for good alcohol lie thought t prob
abl that a clerk might have misunder
stood wood Instead of good l
and given the foreigners the poison
from which they mixed up a drink
Judge Lmtton Term Uklnoii S I
An lmH Mor and Dlvml > c < Petition
Cambridge Mass April 11 Judge
Ueorgo F Lawton In the probate couit
hero today branded as an Impostor the
Dickinson N D claimant to half the
estate of Daniel Huseell of Melru and
dismissed the petitions alleged to huo
been brought by Daniel Ulake ItusMll
after a record breaking trial of 194
dayf have Jut begun to tight de
clared State Senator L A Simpson of
North Dakota coUnsel for the Dickin
son man when asked It an appeal
would be taken to a higher court
The reading of Judge Lawtons de
cision occupied an hour and H half
Tho decision was greeted with mur
murs nf dissent which caused the oltl
care to clear the courtroom
After all these month of evidence
said the judge I conclude this vest
conspiracy which was alleged to have
been arranged and which embraced the
8te llng of postoflliv stamps forging
of letters subornation of perjury and
other similar crimes to be without
foundation and It vanishes In thin air
It hud Its origin In the romantic Imag
ination nf the counsel for the petitioner
and has no foundation Professional
detectives have collected evldenuo
which must be regarded aa true Time
photograph which resulted to Iw those
of Thomas J Itowwur of Massen N Y
must also be regarded ns genuine
Neither the respondents R C Almy
and WIlllHin C Hussell nor theli
counsel 1mve been anything except
honest In their Tlefense of the Hussell
HKtate against an Impostor and a dis
honest claimant And finally I tlnd
that none of three petitions now be
fore this court were brought by Da
niel Hlake ItusseH but by one who at
tempted to Impersonate hIm and de
fraud the Russell estate The peti
tions are therefore dismissed
Senator Simpson will have GO days
to file a petition for an appeal which
If allowed ivlll bring the case before
the supreme court and a trial before
a jury probably next fall
Meanwhile It Is expected the claimant
from Fresno Cal will file hla petition
In the probate court and It Is possible
It may reach a hearing at the end of
six months
Mother of Mrs Mnjbrick Died In Por
crly Hurled liy Friends
New York April lCable din
patches today told of Uie recent deeJIi
In Paris of Baron de Itoqucwi moth
er of Mrs Mnybrlck who spent many
years In a British prison under a life
sentence The baroness died In pov
erty It Is said and was burled yestfr
day at the expense of nonrelatlvi
French authorities have been endeav
oring to communicate with Mrs MH
brick who IK supposed to be in
Hundred Thousand Dollars Left
Widow to Dispose of in Such
Manner as She Chooses
iCmmImtl Ilt III Tru < it for Ton YIIlrS
Wlfo timid Diuiylilcr Aro tll
Sharo 1111811
VashlHRton April UTbf will of
Thomas F Walsh the mining magnate
dated Jan 10 118 and a codicil execut
ed the same day were filed today for
probate While no specific bequest to
charity III made the sum of tMO M la
left to the widow Mm CMTte H Walsh
to be distributed among each parson
and In such amounts as she known to he
my wish In reference thereto
Mrs Walsh Is to be accountable to no
court or person in regard to the distri
To the widow and daughter Mrs
Kc > lyn Ii McLean In equal share are
left all personal boJonglnKf tho con
tents of the Massachusetts avenue resi
dence and of the itumin home at
donnwl Colo They are also to have
the horses carriages and automobiles
The remaining estate Is devised to
the American eurlty A TroM com
pany M truetee for a term of 10 years
during which It Is to IIIlY to the widow
and daughter In semiannual Instal
moCha the net Income In equal shares
The right of disposal when approved by
thttrben 0clarl s la vested In the trus
At the expiration of the 10year term
the estate Is to be ttuniforred to the
widow and daughter In equal portion
Provision Is mod for the disposition of
the share of each In the event of the I
death of the widow or daughter during i
the continuance of the trust I
Either of the beneflolariee may dis
pose by will of her share but should
the wife die lltatethe net Income Is
to bu paid to the daughter until the
expiration of the trust Should the
daujrhlnr and wife both ilk Intestate
within the 10 veers then the estate III
to be turned over to the American Se
curity lit Trust company and Edward
It McLean In trust for the children of
Mr MiLean
This latter trust f It ever becomes
operative shall terminate when the
present son of Mr and Mr McLean at
taln majority
The will directs the truMrt to retain
Ow stjTVtss or Turner A Wlekersham
aa AInt of 1TI1 atte durins the IUe
of a I0yer must
By the codicil Mr Walsh directs that
Mr Wlckerttam be paid the same com
pensation he now receive for the man
agement of the estate The codicil also
provWe that the widow U to have ab
solutely In addition to the < bequests
contained In the will certain property
In the addition to the city of Denver
CobThe American Security Trust com
pany Is nmed as executer
Chicago April IS Judge Landls In the
tnited States district court today gave
he National packing company and Its
uttetdlary conoftrns until April 17 to plead
10 the Indictments charging them with
iperstlns In violation of the Sherman
sntltrust lAW
lrot K n Hull Hrtiinm Irom In
NIMftliic Internment Kxperliiirnlal
Farm unil DIKuvws Outlook
Washington field Just across the
Virgin river from St Gore the IIm
of the southern Utah state expert
mental station Is today the scene of
much activity according t Prof
Elmer D Hall who returned Tuesday
morning from an Inspection of the
arm There are about 40 aol now
under cultivation and the ftsrm today
prevents a moet prosperous appear
ance old the professor It Is plant
ed to alfalfa and other grMseti many
kinds of vegetables and cereal and a
great variety of fruit In fact mwrly
all klntbi except the orange and the
lemon The aim Is not to mkt of this
semitropical farm 1 commercial prop
osition but to merely teat the sail and
climate to ascertain the most profitable
iroducts for that ixtrt ef the state We
find almonds fids walnuts pome
granates apricots i ech a apple and
probably 6 other varieties of fruits
and nuts flourish In that secUon As
soon US railroad facilities connect St
George with Salt take then will be
the day for the commercial orchards
Now the 6 mile wagon haul Is almost
prohibItiVe The fruit Man of Utahs
Dixie Is at least a month ahead of
Salt Laketalley and six weeks ah d
ot Cnche valley night now the peaches
are as large as your thumb and the
prlcots will pond b turning mellow
yellow That fact with the aid af
t railroad will give St George vi
Inlty an opportunity of disposing of
he bulk o Its fruit crops before the
northern Utah season has set In and
al a time of the year to command the
highest prices As It Is pretty well
understood that not over H year or two
will elapse before n railroad will bo
milt Into the St George country now
would bo a mol opportune time to
fur desirable orchard lands down
there and begin planting commercial
orchards I taken three years for even
he early maturing poach to bgln to
> e r and the apple as long 11 n
One of the most serious troubles
with the experimental station at St
George Is drainage the tillable ground
down there being on the low lands near
the Virgin river n A Hart of the
drainage engineering department of
the A c Is now experimenting on
l tart of the farm the drainage water
being carried of Into the Virgin river
At prvttcnt ho is working on ISO re
sod already I lute been demonstrated
that tends that were heretofore wet
> oggy and valiwloHS are today produc
Ing profitable crops
Kill nOn nT OIFFKN Ufan
London April 1211 Umber Olffen
nurrml t tlnnu Inl writer and stalls
cfitn died today aged U year
Dai 111 leechs Klcrtnl a Mrinlicr of lie
Hoard In Place of Prmltlcnt
John Jt Wlnilor
The annual meeting of the stock
lioMsrs o th ITlahTdaho ftugar com
jwny was held at the general ollUes In
U Bharon building yesterday after
noqn there being nearly TOOnow iihurei
represented either In iereon en oy
The election of a new boo id of di
rector resulted In the reelection of
all the old member with the exception
that David IJcclos of Ogden was chosen
In place of President John R Winder
The death of th latter was feelingly
referred to by Manager Thomas R
Cutler who lfk of the long n val
ued serViCes of President Winder aa an
ue r rnt
official of the company and of tho
ot1 ti e I a
heavy laea suital e l by his departure
The nw board at directors now stands
Jueemh F lm4th Thus It Cutler John
henry Smith Usher J Grant W I
McOornlek C W Nlbley John c Cut
ler George Itoniney David tCrcle
The rI rte o Ut president general
manager and secretary n treasurer
were submitted and discussed by the
ntockholtlers several questions being
asked aa to the distribution of the
sugar and the proportion o beet and
cane used In th various states the
Interesting fact was brought out that
Utah leads all other states In the per
centage o beet sugar consumed the
flre bring approximately I per
cent be and 1 l er cent One refer
ring of course to granulated sugar
The reports also showed that of the
companys total output 2H per cent
was sold In the west and 77H per rent
In the east the sugar being shipper
us tar aa Iowa which state used the
largest mont of any In the eastern
The reports also showed that the com
pany had an average year of prosper
ity In spite of the failure of the crop
at Nampo the bet there having been
shipped Jo other Idaho plant to be I
woe th Items of expenditures re j
ported were the following
Total paid for factory labor SJS1
The bet paid for amounted to JSt
996 tons at an average cot o i M per
ton Including freight the total paid
for beets at 1 plants being nm
4748 company also used 705W tons
of coal for which I paid PA13tt
double sugar bags used were 18 OH
which cost the company J0101078 Oth
er general Item of expenditure w
ok 19349 71 lime rock S 13146
burnt lime itit
Cant Frctl C Dojlo of Third C S
Field Artillery IteUews Utah
Men at Armory
Captain Fred C Dole Third U 8
field artillery attached to Ilrlg len
Thomas staff at Denver conducted
he annual Inspection Monday evening
of the Frt battery Utah National
Guard HB was accompanied y Ad
jutant General B A Wedgwood and
Major W O Williams commanding tin
guard the Inspection occurring In the
basement of the state armory on
Mwpont street
The Inspection was for men equipment
and the Inspecting
meat and supplies Inptng
offcer made a thorough Job of I That
he was entirely satisfied was evident
In fact he ramarkexl to one o the
accompanying officers that the battery
made a very creditable showing Of
the 6 membjans of the organization 9
pare present or 986 per cent o the
pre rYII strength The absentee wu
rlvate John 84mp on who had sub
mitted to I surgical operation that
very day 1 was confined to Ills bed
out The men appeared
unable to be Te appr
In olive dark drab uniform carrying
coutreroentu of the latest pattern
with formation In the gun room each
ration nt the rear s > f Its own debt
piece The men r put through a
lively drill In direct and Indirect firing
theo first covering a visible target while
In tho second place the target was sup
posed to 0 over a hill out of sight
the gun bMng trained by means of a
target set up at the rear of the cannon
lrgpt e through nil of the
The men went thrgh nJ tt
like regular to the evident
manoeuvre lke rglo evtn
gratification of the Inspecting officer
for their prepwratfT drilling halt been
very thorough so that they knew Just
er to do and when to do It Captain
Vebb was the recipient of many com
rrflmenU at theo close of the Inspection
rwn olM nrewuit Cnptaln Doyle
spent mont of the morning visiting
with relatives of his wife In this city
and return to department headquarter
are this evening His report will be
orwarded to the war department In
the course of 10 dIY to 0 officially
prowulnated from thoro earlyln Juno
I H Anxloiu to llftaliiIlM Ponltlon on
Orantlo School Board
r SI Borensen the meniber of the
Granite school board who was iIliwiunH
fl rmi from further serving o tie board by
the annexation to lh elty if the portion
oC the school district In which he reMdo
W before the county ommlllr this
morning with reference to his status on
the board Mr Sorenson SOkI he wished
to remain a member of the board nod
the ran lonrs Info him that
In order to 10 a he must move back
into the county This ne said h would
do I he mould flnd a suitable loeatlon
The mate of selecting 1 successor to
D W Jloffatt who his also moved out
of the Granite school dIstrict ss well a s
he further consideration of the Soren
son matter will come up before the corn
mlHloMr at their seaMen next Monday
Slnirt amid CiKilcr Tonlxlit
With IVost Vemlmtomuiay
cnerIli Pair
1am H
U i > LUt am anA j jj
u sm 5
I pin
Highest Lowest 1
They Resent Speaker Cannons
Irritating Dells and May
Soon Call His Bluff
After AilniliiNtrntloii Mruatirtw Aro
1bieeiotl of Will he lIllTorciil
It SlttliiR iso 1 Iimtlir Mill
Washington April 12 Speaker Can
nons challenge to the Republican in
survents of the House In his speech on
he floor yesterday when he abrupt
told them that unless they had the
courage to combine with the Demo
crats and vote to vacate the chair be
would remain speaker until March 4
Il brourt expressions from the In
surgent tones leaders today In no uncertain
The speaker can continue t make
these Irritating defls Said Representa
tive Murdock of Kansas until ttr
the administration legislation Is dis
posed of He knows he Is perfectly
eatS jut now But after We have
passed the Important legislation o
hand his case will h attended to A
man rant continue to make large bluffs
without eventually being called
Rpprescntntlse Polndexter of Wash
ington another Insurgent who with
Mutdrxk voted some weeks ago in fa
vor of the Hurleson resolution to d
pose Speaker Cannon was equally
Cannons action In foolish he said
lie Is sitting on a ponder mill and It
seems to me a pretty reckleas perform
ance for him to keep on striking
matches all round the place He will
touch this thins off sorm day and he
will tied himself going up through the
dome oi the Capitol
The speaker cannot eliminate the
Issue of Cannonlsm by constantly parading
rading It In the house The Issue la
npt an Incidental o personal one but
Is fundamental and there can b no
harmony until I is finally dispose o
and disposed of In the right way Can
non speech of yesterday waa not a
particularly fine effort at harmonising
the part
On One IJPS Inc Two Crutches Ho In
Utmlrtl In limo Ila ltlo Aealu
Hurpn v disgust and anger were de
piled upon the faces nf members nf the
pollct department who happened to he
bout headquarters this forenoon when
Patrolman M i Lyon dragged Into the
1 statleti Jack Duff a erlMMo Pu was so
aaU 1
lnfoTl ate4 he could fcarrsty ttv his
name lit was found by the peTeIseso
wallowing In ftlth behInd a salooi In
wawnl ftb bhll aO
I Commercial street
Sunday morning Duff fell aaiecp near a
side track In the O 8 L yards lie has
only one leg and goes about on crutches
I He left hi < rrutcHM lying arrow the
tracks siwi a switch engine came along
an ao
and cut them to pieces Duff w taken
to the oily jail on the charge of drunk
enness but was released by Judge Ilow
man Monday afternoon
Heforx the aged nun left the station
IUui Hemple took up a collection with
which to purchase the oM man a new pair
of crutches Everybody about the station
contributed and Hrt Roberts bought
the man a One pair of walking sticks
Then was a trifle more than a dollar left
from the contributions and the money
was given to Duff fie promptly proceeded
reeded to load up on bad whisky and
when ushered Into the station this morn
Ing seemed to think he had played a tIne
l play Ino
joke on the department He will probably
not 1 > fit fo a trial until Wednesday
tnhrrMty of Mklilciin Dlenllarlrc
fittest of Local Men Miiiuul
Association Orcitnlml
The iMtlng University of Michigan
dignitaries resuitably received and
entertained Monday afternoon and
evening bl resident graduates of Ann
Arbor They were taken In automo
biles around the city after a short rest
at tb Knutsford and at the evening
reception at the University club Secy
William II Shaw of the Alumni
annotation of Michigan rnheralty
lectured on th growth of the Insti
tution his talk being Illustrated with
a stewiplicon He aald there are 1
students at present at Ann Arbor with
ISO professors and 17k assistants The
present Income of the university t
In the neighborhood of JlKWIWO which
Is less by ITOOOW than that of several
of the universities of th country of
like size The old home 01 Dean Cootey
has been converted Into a club house
for members of the faculty and th
alumni nf the university In the near
future it Is proposed to erect a large
structure for this purpose
Dean John D 1M one of the speak
ers of the evening said the univer
sity hail been fortunate In Ita founda
tion with men o the highest admin
istrative power In control Irof Reed
appealed to the members of the alumni
present to do all In their power when
ever an opening was presented to In
duce men of wealth to aid the Insti
tution without of IOUP being dis
loyal to the Utah educational Insti
tutions Professor Cole said The
conservation of the resources of
the country has assumed such an
Important position In the national
mind that men schooled In conserva
tion will b needed In the coming
years As a result B the great In
terest In conservation the University
of Michigan h established a conser
vation engineering course W e have
lived on milk honey and cream so
lone that It will b pretty hard for us
to cOle back to skimmed milk but
thats what 1 is coming to Students
In the conservation course must b
able to preach th gospel of conserva
tion throughout the land e that the
days of cream and honey may b pre
served for a while at least Irof
Cooley offered greetings from former
President James B Angel and Acting
President I B Hutch to the
alumni In Utah lie aim spoke in de
tail upon the engineering deportment
of thf university
of the Alumni Association
Organisation o tl ol
tion of Salt Lake was perfected at the
close of th evening with J 1 Molt
as president Cni W K Itydalch as
secretary The visitors are touring the
west In the interest of Michigan uni
versity wltti an Itinerary Including
D Moines Omaha Denver Sail
lAke Hn Fmncls0 Ran Jot Port
land Henttle Spnkpnc and Duluth
rhm were c irteit to OiirlleUi thin
morning b exKtnt > Knglneer < em
mell who showed them over the smelter
llnkl Annllcatloii With the t S
IJIIK OHIfo for t Mllew of
Thick HIclitN
The Halt Lake Route made a prema
ture aplkation for rtirpht of way from
two and a half miles seat of Bacalante
t ITvada the town 0 th line between
Utah and Nevada a distance of 17
miles in the loco land office today
Muctlcally all the territory naked for
has no record of survey in the hind of
fice and the application which will b
rent t Washington will undoubtedly
prove a waste of time a lM
The mute specified Include th
towns of Kmslante Modena Thomas
and Uvada There Is also an applica
tion for a depot site at Modena This
by law la 11 nil ted to a acres and all
of this Is applied for There Is a depot
site on th north side of the track
which asks for 11H acres and a park
site on the south side of the track
which Is t occupy 8 H acres
Inder the federal laws when a tail
road is constructed through govein
meat land It carries with I 10 i t
on each side of the track by right nf
construction There are granted tIte
years to comply with the law In regard
to the completion of the line In Un
surveyed property this tinun holds
good against homestead < ntrlcn Th
proof has to b made within the sped
fled time after the legal application
and this Is what th < S 1 lAke Route
Is dotrg In the Plfr ami maps filet
with the local lint otTh p tlis morn In
Of the whole K miVi and unit
which are asked fit a ilKlit of wn > hy
the railroad this mourning them are hut
a little over tnr > mil m eeil t
It Is the opinion of th I mil ufflrc offi
cials that the railroad has been pre
mature In making Its claim Tb right
of way asked for follows exactly the
former route o the railroad The
great washouts occurred 1ft miles WM
Il ur
of the state line
Marseilles April < The members of
tho tramway n store clerk unions
truck today In sympathy with the na
val rcservtots
The strike W effective No tram
ways are being operated today and
the employee of many business houses
I an fa toilcs are out Gendarme are
In iossesslon of the streets and the
I mon has been consigned to Its
barracks In preparation for the sup
pression of any disorder
New York April 12The black
Jacking of Walter L Dark which
prevented the beginning yesterday of
the Heinz copper stock theft trials
had its sequel today In the arrest of
Charles Kate one o the three men
Ia4fct 4 WU nh Perse at whoa
trial Clark having turned states
evidence was to b a witness
DIM Atty Whitman declared ha waV
cofYnt that the assault a an at
tempt to obstruct justice and today
he caused the arrest of Katz
When Katz was arraigned a detec
tive made an affidavit charging Katz
with felonious axsault
Ball for Katz was fixed at 15OM le
I already under 326000 In connection
tion with the Up theft of cop
per tock
The trial of Persrh was b guii today
after the prisoners lawyers had
vainly asked that the jur be dis
charged on account of alleged preju
dice to his case through the pub
clt > given the Clark assault fupretne
Court Justice Marcus denied the
motion for the jurya discharge as well
a an application for the time to ap
ply for a change of venue
Hiiffulo N Y April liRriill U Mare
Ji icarn o see entered lb home of Mrs
Iv L Teeft ttxiav and when ordered
out by Mrs reft and her rtmistiter he
shot end killed Mr Teeft Ix Marre waa
Vienna April 12 Bmperor French
Joseph today received Hichwrd C
Ken who presented h credentials
aa American alt to Austria
lungary in nucceseion to Charles 8
The emperor engaged the diploma
for some lime In a djannsafam o Amer
can affairs The p lag visit of
Mr ttoueevelt wo also toueheil upon
Mr Kerens we conveyed to and
rom tb lob Palc In the Im
posing state coach and was escorted by
a state official
The presentation was atended by
elaborate o
Chicago April 12llaf Olson a
young wrestler of some local rpt
ton died today am the result of 1
practlM bout with Richard Johnson a
mienS three weeks ago T latter In
demonstration of a nsw hold die
located his fed spine
Dubuque Jow April 11Fire stari
I ng In the Fltektwx company plant hen
yesterday burned over trie acres of
bum or Jx
round doing damage o JSWOOe before
I A under ctrl today The
Standard Lumber company was a
heavy loser
Xew York April Determined
women marched through the Rest Side
and other sections of the city where
the kosher meat strike la on today to
prevent the opening of the retail
shops which cloeed yesterday
Ditchers lo l ytey
I a protest against the high price of
moat More than 100000 families I Is
gured have put a ban on meat
Opening Siwlim of Aniuinl Conrluie
WIIH llelil Today
New Orleans April 1 The opening eel
Ion of the annual oonclav of the Im
perial council of MoMes of the Mystic
shrine was heM today
Seine treaWovtloo has been caused by
I 1 d elarate of the New fork deloga
lon that they o a few tricks up their
Tht lel sntl in rrk rl > itt ritAy by
liMliner wtth the announcement that
unwgv suits Dgslnxt the impl hail only
1 M < I avirtwl by it rivlliuii of th spirit
nt frai rnallnn
The loss of nlustorheH and beards the
itcesslv us1 of rice In showering a
lirlner bridal eoiipl and other scttotis
ti the pert of the lirntlot were in
rltnl H 5 R posslhlr huKlf for t tie Iliieni
n piorH > imH lo rm r at law
Tlie trrk up the sleeve are still
waiting development
Mr Roosevelt Now in Possession
Of ExChief Foresters Case
Against Secy Ballinger
ISiIrtwItlent Hn Acrcptwl InUtitlon
To Atitirres XutliHiiil Coiupr
vntlon lllr
Porto Mauriilo April 12 Olffor1
Plnchot former hief forester of the
1nitid States department of agrlcul
t uit was again at the villa of Mist
Oiu w before 9 o clock this morning
I uns assumed tin t he was there for
a lila talk with Mr Kooswcvlt
Iipite the retlfenc of both men it
i 11 opted that Mr R > os evelt now I i
in lossesiiion of Plnchotc eomplet
jn ivalnut 8y UaJlingers censor
atiou policy ant of H hat has been
ilesubed here as an alleged hwc
lmiry tendency in foieatry matteii
r lie almlniHtiut of President
m ft
1 mt ignlfliiint development
wan the aiinnuiiremeiu made at the
ma t
luiion of Plrvliot t visit today
that Mr Roosevelt had nitcepteel an In
IUiion from the former chief forest
to Hldress the national conservation
ogress late in lh coming summer at
i t mo especially ye to b fixed
F rnwr Mayor Pliulan ofSan Fran
cIs arrled lirre HI noon after on
automobile rid from 1Me Carlo ana
drove at once to the rarew villa for a
mellon Mr O eeit
The wther continued beautiful tn
dav n Mr Ko4 > se > It planned another
excursion Into the mountains for tn >
coifc noosivKrr TO HK
London April 12Wbat tolM
Roosevelt probably will b o 4tf the
most interestlna features of his tour
of England Is the planned visit to I tie
Northumberland home o Sir E lwai < i
key The foreign peqrtary wh
while retalmiK his grasp upon tt e
miomii of > ohti < n has gained some
fane as a sti mni hiui Invited th >
rnur presldi n t J1 a few da >
I ill him
Sir Bdwaid ha dune little enterWin
InK nc1 the den h of his wife unit in
l > alt atliercd t meet > r nooseelt
will 1 small
otter nelkiiiv intumen arc nn
hunting c ills fo il dlHtlngumhi
Southampton KnpLml April lITb
mayor of the cejxiJlon of Southamp
ton has sont through American ronsn
Swalm an InvliitUon t 11 Hrxueveli
to attend a public luncheon to be giver
in hla honor on June IS the day oi
which the former president expects to
all to home
Mirfrone Colu April IZThe lat hot
un tie great Uunnlson tunnel which
President raft dIP last Heptembe
was rtred tRy and the only work that
remains to complete he enterprise which
Irrigates the Incompaghre valley Is th
Kansas City April l2teiegatea to tho
general conference of the Reorganize
Church of Latterday Saints in session at
Independence Mo decided last night tn
hold the next general conference a IM
meal Ia rae conference wU meet tImer
April I 111
rise bishops report given at the confer
enc today Provided for the erection of Al
office building In independence for thi
I official and clerical force of the church
I The report was adopted n work on th A
building will commence the following
i year
Florence April 1 lime Talon the last
descendant of the explorer Amerigo Ves
purl died hems yesterday She was q
rears o She took part with hr hd
h who was a soldier in the Crime
and Italian wars and was a well Wsen
worker for the cause of Italian lndenn
New York April IaTh vyue dispute
between the trainmen and conductors nf
the New Turk Central railroad and Hi I
officials of the company ts tn be settled
by arbitration All points of different o
will b arbitrated by pln E Clark men
her o the Interstate commerce ommi
aba and P H MorrisMy prmHent of It <
Railway Employers and Inveetoms ass
elation If necoesary They will appoint a third rl > lti h
Washington April IZIn the nr
coca of Ir sldent Taft and nuta oth i
distinguished quests prominent In I j
tIdal and social circle at the caplt I
Miss rroncee Dyer Clark
Mi J1 Clk lUufjIun
of Slenator Clark nf Wyoming ni
redded to Oeorg 1 Chapmann nf II
Jvanston Wyo at the Church of the
Incantation at noon today After i
wedding breakfast the bridal couple
lift for a honeymoon In the east sftc
which they will take up their rest i
ence a Kvanston j
Akron 0 April 1IThe spun
kept bothering me Is the only ex
lantloii offered hi Mrs nol Mar
uitrdt aged 20 who toda attacked
mmtmml klllel hem tvin > earold daughter I
Iargnvt uil inibKlih fatally Injure
him one Nearold baby Mrs Mar
uanH u ed a hickory club I

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