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BBBBBBJP Al H THE CITIZEN M W. D. LOVELE98, Publisher, B AMERICAN FORK UTAH H: UTAH STATE NEWS H Arthur Ireland, Jr., aged 18, died on H' Sunday at a Salt Lnko hospital ns tho H result ol a fall from a trestle at Oar H M. Foylc. an aged man of Ogdcn, BBBM was struck by n blcyclo whllo walking H down tlio street, nml sustained BBBB broken H Arthur Bush, need 22, was nccldont- H ally shot In tho right leg while nt work H near Liberty, a revolver falling from BBBB his pocket. H A convention of publicity experts H from all tho leading cities of the H United States nnd Canada Is to bo held H is Salt Lnko next June. H Walter James of Illack nock and N H ' B. poison of Mt. Pleasant last week H cold (120,000 brad of sheep to a pack H itompany of Los Angeles. H McKenn of Salt Lake was beaten In H the checker match with Droulllord of H Kansas City, tho former winning three H camea and tho latter Ave, with eleven HBH B Tho recent storms havo tnado tho H roads at Summit county Impnssablo H and hay nnd grain which Is being fur- H nlshed I'ark City by tho county Is now BBBB In big demand. B Georgo Capos, a Greek, In tho cm- H ploy of tho Southern Pacific company B nt Ogdcn, was run over and kilted by 1 a car under ch ho had crawled to BBBB some ImBA B DelegntetrBBH boon appointed by H Governor Cutlorto nttend tho Trans. H Mississippi Commercial congress H which will meet nt Knnsiis City, Mo., H November 20 to 23. H Tho report of tho stato gamo war- B iflen shows that tho amount of fish H taken from tho Provo river, of tho BBBB tuckor species, by grappling, will Hr reach not Icsu than 100,000 pounds per BBBB H John William Guthrie, fifty years n H Mason, president of the Commercial H National bank of Ogdon and tho H founder of tho banking business In HB Corlnne, Utah, In 1809, died nt Ofidcn K on tint AT VI Hugh McGrall, of LoadJJVHP k was In Salt LakAHBHH BBBBfc . run over by a switch jBJBJJ HBBj brad being foundBBBBBBBBB HH " '" TTOaCT0oaTcar7iB H Denver Itlo OrnndcHBHBHBHJ HBF , toon to bo hero with twHBHBHP BBTf Clnes scrvlco on tho hlBBVBWp BH coko nnd coal trnHBHKir- BBJ bo n county wonderfully, BBB BBJ C. A. Grlulth, foroman for thcHmcr- BH lean Smelter & Itoflnlng company In BH Tooelo county, fell from a trestlo wMlo BBL aupervlslng somo work and struck on M ls head, fracturing his skull, death BHK resulting a fow days later. HV ' Attorney Gcnoral M. A. Dreedcu has BH issued an opinion In which tho right of BH county superintendents of public HB schools to specify courses of study dlt HB fcrlng from those courses laid down by BH tho stato board of education, Is denied. BHF In tho district court nt Ogdcn tho HB caso against Laurltz Furso of Bait HB Lake for assault with Intent to com HB m It murder was dismissed. I.ast Hum- HB tner Parse was arrested after ho and HB Orn F. Page had rolled down tho HB mountain sldu In nil encounter In HB which each claimed tho other had B attempted to kill him. BH At a meeting of tho stockholders of BH tho Utah Puckiug company held lr H Salt Ijtko City Inst wock, a plan to BBJ ralso monoy for tho Immedlato ro BH building of tho plant, recently destroy HB cd by lire, wa9 unanimously agreed up BH BH Dr. Clark of tho stato board ot BB health declares that tho lack of n BB Gowcrago system In Provo, outsldo of Hr- tho business illstilct, Is a monaco to BH tho health of tho town, and that It Is BH responsible for a number ot cases ol H Uphold fover. BB Tho reclamation englneor In charge HB'' of tho Strawberry volloy project ro- HI ports that 120 feet of tho tunnel wer HB, completed on tho first of tho mouth. HB Only oiio shift of eight hours was HB worked on tho tunnel during thu J ereatr part or October. H Samuel D, Howell, of Salt Lake. BH aged CO, Is dead at Cioldfluld, Ncvndo, BBf ot pneumonia. Mr. Howell was a vet- BBj rran prospector, being ono of tliosa BBff who wont to California In M9, nnd had BH just mado somo rich locations when ( fctrlcken by his fatal Illness. BBJ Tho fury of tho wind that dovas- H ' tatcd Davis county on October S3 has BBJ claimed a victim, lllshop Jacob So- BBJ crist's death last week Is thought to BBJ havo boon caused by complications H arising from tho effects of an Injury J received during tho hurricane. BH Tho Lehl Commercial nnd ravings HB company filed an amendment of Its or- BBJ ' tides ot Incorporation with tho secro- BH tary of stato last week, changing tho HB nnmo ot tho company to llio Utah HB Banking company. Tho Iwlquarte rs J ef tho corporation Is Amcrltw Fork. I FATAL ACCIDEHT AT UTAH IK Thirty-eight Kegs of Dyna mite Exploded by Miners , at Bingham Canyon. Premature Explosion Takes Place While Men Are Tamping Charge, One Man Delna Killed and Two Others Probably Fatally In jured. ninghnm Canyon, Utah. Ono man dead, two others futnlly Injured, two Uhora hurt, ono of whom will prob ably loso his eyesight, Is tho result of n prcmnturo explosion at tho Ilostou Consolidated property. Tho accident In which tho men wero killed nnd wounded occurred about G o'clock Wednesday evening at tho Hos ton Con. point on thu summit of tho IJoHton Con. mountain. Tne men wero tamping n charge In n holo KI0 feet deep. In the hole nnd scattered nbovo tho surfneo wero 38 kegs of dynnmlto. Whllo lamping thn blnst tho Iron tamping bar which they woro using, Instead of a wooden one, struck n rock, nnd tho grenlor explosion fol lowed Instantly. Thn men woro blown In nil directions nnd that they wero not blown to atoms Is considered mira culous. Mlkn Cogllettn wns killed Instantly. His two brothers, who nro fatally hurt, woro blown somo dlstnncc, whllo John MonnRlian's fnco wns filled with powder ho much tlmt ho could not bo recognized. lie wns taken to McKen xIc'h boarding house, whero ho wns mado as conifortnldo ns posslhlo. It U fenrod that his eyesight Is destroyed. Georgo Tcllegrlno wns badly cut nboul tho faco and powder burned. PRESIDENT LANDS AT COLON. First Time Our Executive Has Made Trip Outside United States. Colon. Tho first trip of an Ameri can president outsldo of tho bound nrlcs of tho United Stntca wan suc cessfully concluded Wednesday after noon when Hie batlluhhlp Louisiana, having on board President Itoomivelt and his imrtv. ilmtmed nnrlinr In llm m harbor ot Colon. Bk Owing to the lusjjMSkUuJ "'"L "rrlvedilMM HHTalionta Jf tho 'Isthmian miuI limlsslon woro on hnnd to wolenmo President ltoosuvolt. llo noft Pnunmn nt hnlf past four In n special train for Colon and at half past eight at night boarded thn Iiuls- Inua nnd extended n oordlal Rn-clliig to Amorlcn'a chief occutlve, In Pivs- Ident Amador's party, besides Mr. Shnnts, woro Chief Kuglneor Hlovona nnd F.xocutlvo Secretary Heed, of tho commission, nnd Mr. Hauler, I ho American mlnlitor nt Panama. FAMINE IN WOMEN. This Is Outlook In Oernisny, Sayt Student In Statistics. UerlliLtlermnny U thn-nti-ncU with n woman famliin In :007 A, I). Horr (lusluv Kukulsch, a noted sta tistician, foresees that thn main popu InUon, Increnslng nt Ha preneut ratn, will, n hundred jviira henco, miiiiuu bcr llio fenialii (leimnn by two mil lions. At present Ihero nro tcntl thou rand more females than males In (jer ninny, hut llin sterner sex Is ratrhlnu up with tho fair ones by leap nnd bounds. In forty yearn, calculates Herr Kukulsch. tho sexes will Imi In cnitnl force, but In 200? tho omn will bo In tho minority. SEARCH FOR LOST SHIP. Revenue Cutter (loos Out to Look for the Ivernla. Washington. At tint renm-nt of Ui Portland tor) Chamber of (.'omwKrw, tho ruvmiiio cutter Thetis, Captain Hamlet, now at Port Towimeiid. ban been ordered to lnko on Ixmnl a hiih ply of pnivlslons Hiul pnwH'wl to n to senrch for the llrllUh ship hitrnla, which wns Inst sHiken of at AHorln. Oro. on Or tolier tit. by the llrltMi Bhlp Hlrll). nnd which It Is fwrw has iiiftl with a serious accldDiit. Sully Now Makes Soap, Now York - D.imIkI J Sully, on cm known ns tho "Cotton KIhk,' has abandoned the Held In which he wmi his spectacular coups and lw Into soap and tallow u has Uhwhh tho bend of a soap corinirutlon which has 1. 200.000 capital The 4at t In llrooklyn. Sully. It was slated Vh! nesday, was htihlnd the iwwit uwk inent In tho tallow niarkot, whleli has forced Dipt commodlly up M pr ctmt within the Ii'i fw wwk. Wants Marriage Annulled, Purls. Prlnco AiiuhIh do llrKlle, father or PrlniHi Itobert do HfBlo, lias Hied In tho Paris courts a dtHud for tho annulment or his san'k war rlngu to Miss Itstullo Aloxander of Cal ifornia. Miss Alexander was warrlwl to Prince Itolieit du llniBlln Autwt 11, In ChlcMgo. and It was olalwH at tho time that uncording to (lit laws of Franco thn marriage was not valid bocuuso tho prince's dhorce frm a former wife had not been ajtjrotkl I uccordlng to French law. ' WOULD HAVE NEGROES DIG THE PANAMA CANAL 'Ian Proposed to Solve the Race. Troubles In the South and Which Would Advance Interests of the Dig Ditch. NnshUlp, Till. Tho southern iunraiitlnc and Immigration conven tion, which at noon on Tucsdny ns timed lta now tltlo of Southern Irn nlgrutlon and Industrial association', ioncludcd Its business Tuesday night, The sentiment of thu delegates la-1 argely In rnvor or welcoming nny dor I Irnblo clnss of whlto Immigrants without regard to nationality, yefc, hero appears at times somo dcsVetof leop tho black man, with all Shjil aults, whero he Is. ' T At tho ufiernooii session N. FI rhompsou or ChnttauoogH advocated .ho strictest enforcement ot thti vagrancy laws, with a suspension of cntonco In case tho negro would go o tho Pnnnmn canal, and In follow ng Into tho race problem said: "I would havo tho world know that this race problem has Its most fertile rourco of perpetuity In tho efforts of. xdltlclnus, who find n most elllclentj hobby on which to rldo Into place, nnd' lower. When there nro no elections ' In tho south wo hear very llttlo alvout this race matter. 'SmJ I "The enforcement of the vngrnBl laws uniformly all over tho south HB tend largely to tho elimination of HB Idle negro." HJ KILLED 3 MEN AND E3CAPEdP Negro Murderer Fights Desperate,, Dattle With Police Officers. ' Ashevllle, N. C Fighting brnvely In defenso ot their ollco captain, Pa trolmen Charles Iltackslock and Wil liam llalloy of this city, wero shot to death on South Main street by n ne gro, who ntso killed ono negro nnd fatally wounded nnother. Tho mur derer envo his nnmo as Will Harris, of Charlotte, , C, it desperado for whom n largo reward has been stand ing for some time. Prior to the denth or tho two officers h negro restaurant keeper named lieu Allison was shot nnd killed by Harris without provo cation. Another negro named Tom Nell lies mortally wounded, he, too, holme shut before thu o Ulcers took u hand In tho meleo, Thu negro bait escaped nnd n poxso Is In pursuit, bloodhounds being used In thu search CONSPIRACY CHAnOEO. J by MrsiourlQrand JuTyVH Kansaa City -Davis H. KreskTjc' broker, and W A. Mcflowen, local agent for tho Nickel Plato rast freight lino, Indicted here, charged with con spiracy lo vlolato tho Intcrstato com I im'rctt act, and Henry 8. Hartloy, a Kraln dealer, Indicted on n chargo of accepting rebates In freight ship ments, wero arrested Tuesday ufter noon and arraigned Imforo Judgo Ca land, sitting In thu United states dis trict court. They went released on funiUhlng a 15.000 bond apiece. Acquitted After Two Years' Imprison ment. HhritiNri, U, After being In Jail over Iho ycura, charged with ,. murder of Jesso llrown at (llrard, La., W D, Woiiiack ami Hyan Hendorson, wlillu men, woro ncqiillted at Mon tat, Tuesday. A fow months ago Hubert lingers, who had bwm arrest ed with Womack and Henderson charged with Implication In tho crime, wn bnched by a mob and r Frank, a prominent physician of Mon. n, and brother of the murdered man, Is under Indictment charged with IcudliiK llio mob, Independence League to Continue In the Interest of Hearst, New York At a meeting on Tue. day of llio enecullvo committee or thn lmlntdHt.i leagim, resolutions woro adopted congratulating W It llwirtil on tlm rostilt nehlovcd In (ho rfwm Hliloti In New York state, ami plmlitiK tho coiitlnuauco or thu lndepeiidHw IwtKUit ns n menus or IIih liittbentHC or llm iHTluelplns ad tiwnlMl It) Mr Hearst Thu rosolu. lions deetarmi that "steha bo taken at ohco tor a rtrieMMiUi r iho In-dttf-tidiHieu IwMiue throimhoiit the state." Violating the Eight-Hour Law. WahlHtnoN - -AtttKHwy (luiu-ral lwxy haa tatW4 liutruatlons to l'nll-i StaitMi nttoruejs rtwtrdlni; hoh HUm of olatlmit of (ho elKht luwr law. In which he mis the gov erHwent la drwlnixl upon a strict wifteBWHt of I hi 4 statute as Mat ing to ptibll wnrks of the United State WUMh the last ten weeks as Ihnh)' as allesKHl violations hate beN rtMrte. o. j. (larlton, n law )ur or Haterklll, Maw., lias been np (olntetl by General Moody to have special charges ot violations. Liberals Preparing More Drastic Bill, linden The Liberal papers com ment on the apeech. of Augustlno Dlr rill. pfW Hie Utard or oduca lltHi, at nM. as an ultimatum on hair r tk sovernmunt to tho bouse of orta The Tribune deolarea (be editeatittN Mil Is tlw last effort that wH We wa4 la roaiolle popu lar eNlH)l wiUi rHievs Mluoatlon, aud avtwa that If tw preaat bill u destroved II wlM tb m writetltuio not a dMwmtmUwnal. MM a seonkir sys tew ef ruMHiMw c4HMtlH. ONLY SILVER IS fill UIIO Director of U. S. Mints Says This Year's Output Will be Record Breaker. No Gold Is Delng Coined at Present, But All the Mints Are Coining the White Metal Total Coinage for the Year Will Reach I 8um of $200,000,000. ' Salt Lako City. "Every mint In tho yp'Jed States with tho exception ot a Httlon of tho Philadelphia mint, l coining stiver halt dollars, quarters and dimes at present and this will contlnuo tor at least thrco months jmorc," said Georgo E. TtobertB, direc tor of United States mints, In an In terview hero. "There Is an unpiccedentcd demand for silver mtney of those denomina tions throughout tho country nt pres ent that tho government cannot begin to copo with. "Silver Is high and Is going to go Jilgher," declared Mr. Ilobcrts. "It rill reach 80 boforo It stops and I be- fvcthnt within two years It will go jfToTV1' 's 71 nn1 a "lll woro nt Resent. A pnrt ot tho mint nt I'hlla- Knttv l w-orklng with copper nnd aicUcA ' present, but outsldo this BjL.--nlnt In tho country in working nlgm nnd day on silver hnlf dollars, -quarters and dimes. No gold Is being coined at present nnd none will bo for thrco months. Tho total colnago for tho yonr will run very high, possibly over 1200,000,000." Asked why paper monoy of 11 and 12 bill denominations nro not moro jtcncrnlly circulated In tho west, Mr. Ilobcrts said: . "Tho principal reason Is thnt west ern bankers nnd others sending oas for money, If they ask for paper money, must pay tho express chnrges on IL If they order silver tho govern ment pays tho charges. This Is tho secret of tho Immense circulation of silver In your own Btatc nnd other western states." KILLED IN HI8 HOME. Criminals Are Murdering Pittsburg t Citizens Almost Dally. ' Pittsburg. Henry Firth Smith, tho SC-year;o4m of Joseph Smith, a sBflBsVL. Jttcsa mnn, was shot twice BHHBMHflflbtlyllrjflBflJlBjl Ffii"!! a ' burglar Wm I BFtPt'8611 'n tho dining room of his fnthcr'a rcsldcnco In the cast end. Tho crlmo following llttlo moro than ?. w.0.. nf lcr ,h0 '""f'lcr of James A. McMillan, another wealthy buslnoss mnn of this ccctlon, together with a numbor of hold-ups by hlghwnymon during tho past fortnight, hns arousod too city nnd a demand for 1B0 addi tional policemen to suppress tho wnvo or crlmo has been mndo by tho cltl-kens. COMMITTEE8 SUPPRESSED. "Measures Taken to Prevent the Peo ple From Taking Part In Elections. Odessa. All tho electoral commit tees In thla city nnd In Tho provlncei novo been suppressed and their tunc lions hnvo been trnnsrerred to tho town councils. Tho nrrnngemonts mndo by theso committees hnvo been cnnccllcd nnd their official postorn hnvo been removed rrom tho walls of Odessn by tho police. Theso meas ures, which nro Intended to prevent tho masa or tho pcoplo trom taking part In tho campaign ror tho election or members to the lower houso or pnr llnmont, hnvo produced n polnrul Im pression hero. DON'T WANT HINDOOS. Canadian Government Enters Stronj Protest Against Their Immigration. Vnncouvor, II. C In nddltlon to the largo numbor or Hindoos now In Ilrlt tsh Columbia, 800 moro uro en routo. Already strong protcsls hnvo beo mndo rrom llrltlsh Columbia to Ottn. wn nijnlnst tho nrrlvala or this class or Immigrants, who nro considered moro objcctlonnbln than tho Chinos rrom n labor standpoint, nnd who rur tnormoro may become n charge upon tho community. Two Moro Victims Found. I.011K Iloach, Cnl. Two moro vic tims hnvo been added to tho denth roll ot thn disaster In the collnnso or tho Hotel Illxby. Thn body or tho un identified man recovered Into Sntur day night has been found to bo thnt of Fred Collins, n tllo Inyer. residing on Amorlcnn nvonue. Lomr Ilench. The body of William V. W. Fclkor. a car penter or Loni? rieach, 10 years old. was taken rrom the ruins Sunday morning. Ho had evidently been In stantly killed by tho grunt mnss or Iron nnd mortar that crushed down upon him. Want Work Done at Home. Ilomo. A committee trom tho city or Torel has como to Romo to protest against tho placing of an ordr for armor pinto for nn Italian man-of-wnr with tho Mldvnlo Steel company, or Pennsylvania, nnd has been rocolved by Premier Glollttl. Tho premlor ox plained that tho government wns do Hlrous or protecting nnd favoring na tional production, but not against the Interest of tho stato, and that national production must bo put In condition t stand foreign competition. BIG BUILDING CRASHES DOWN WITHOUT WARNING Nine Men Are Killed by the Collapse of New Hotel Delng Constructed at Los Angeles. Long IJench, Cnl. With no warning save the cries of tho workmen who first felt the Moors sag beneath their reel, flvo stories of tho ccntrnl wing of tho now $700,000 Dlxby hotol col lapsed Friday morning, carrying nlno men to dentil In tho tons or tangled wreckage. About 1C0 artisans and la borers -were scattered through tho structuro at tho moment It fell, and of theso nenrly n hundred wore car ried down In tho ruins. Sevon bodleB havo boon recoverod from tho mass of debris In tho base ment and ono of tho Injured died at. the Long Iloach hospital. Tho last two victims wero found nt 8 o'clock Friday evening. Nino Injured workmen are being cared tor at tho hospital, but It Is bollovcd that all will recover. All ot tho men on the contractor's rolls aro accounted tor snvo one, supposed to bo still In tho ruins. Conflicting cnuses aro assigned tor tho collnpso ot tho central wing, nnd to Investigate tho disaster a commis sion or architects and engineers has been appointed. NERVY ROBBER HOLDS UP TRAIN Attempts to Make Rich Haul Single Handed, But Is Outwitted by Porter. Kansns City. A lono robber, heav ily armed, boarded tho rear sleeper or oastbound Cnlirornla Limited train on tho Chicago, Hock Island & Pacific, known as No, 44, between Slntor and Qlnsgow, Mo., nt 11:BS Friday nlghL robbed threo pnssongcrs nnd escaped In tho dnrkness. According to tho local officers of tho Pullman company, tho robber secured but !GG. Tho rob ber, who Is described ns being tnll and wearing a long black overcoat and n mask, boarded tho train at Slater. When tho train hnd gained hendwuy ho entered tho sleeper, nn observation car. Ho encountered tho Pullman conductor, n flngmnn and n negro portor. Leveling two revolvers nt tho trio of trainmen, tho robbor commanded thorn to proceed nhend of him and wnko up tho passengers. As his com mand was carried out, tho robbor. forcing tho conductor, portor nnd Hag man nhend or him. secured what iu ,r r-iiilJ-'" "I" lllirncu .mitral reached the front end ofTuuciTrliir started ror tho second Pullman. Thn rortor, howevor, hnd managed to get far enough nhend or tho others to mako a dash tor tho second car nnd plammcd nnd locked tho door In tho faco or tho robbor. Tho trnln then was at n point about ono mllo rrom (llssgow. ItenlUIng that ho could proceed no further with hln work, tho robbor pulled tho air rope. Whllo tho train was slacken ing Its rpcod ho Juinrcd off and disap peared In tho darkness. Have No Cause to be Cast Down, 8ays Bryan. Lincoln, Neb. Commenting on the result of Tuesday's election William J. Dryan gots consldornblo satisfac tion In viewing tho outcomo from a Democratic standpoint. Ho regrets tho defeat of W. It. Hearst In Now York, but cannot so wherein Presi dent Iloosovelt can find nny comfort In the vote of tho empire state. Mr. Hryan says the president's personnl attack nn Mr. Hentst was In very bad taste, nnd ho Inslstn thnt thn attack did not fnvnrobly Impress tho public. Particularly gratifying to tho Demo cratic heart, says Mr. Ilrynn, Is the return of Missouri In thn fold. Insane Greed for Money, Bnden-Haden, Oennnny Karl Han, ullns Stan, tho lawyer of Washington, D. C who was nrrcsted In Iondon nnd held for extradition. Is wanted by thnjncnl police on Iho chnrgo or mtir itorRig his wife's mother. Fran Moll tor. Tho mollvo of tho alleged crlmo nppruiH ti Inivc been lunmo gieed or money Frnu Molllor. who was wealthy, refused many times In com ply with Han's requests lor money, hnvlng given her daimhter a consld ornblo dowry nnd arranged Hint sho should Inherit part or her fortune. Nine Hundred Per Cent Dividend, New York Tho directors of tho State bank of this city on Friday de clared n dividend of 900 per cent, pay able In cash, nn the bank's capitalisa tion of fl00,000. Tho directors also declared the tisunl semi annual divi dend of 10 per cent. Tho large sur plus the bank amassed became tin Weldy. bocniiso of Its small capitali zation, and In ordor to obrlnto this the directors decided to distribute tho sur plus In tho form of n dividend. Were Prepared for Robbers. Colorado Springs. Colo. Humors of n bold plot to hold up n Cripple Creek Bhn't Linn trnln nnd rob tho express car ot thousands or dollars, about noon Friday at llosemont, twenty-ono miles west ot this city, created n Mu nition in local railroad circles Tho daring hold-up was not put Into exe cution, but If the attempt had been mado there would prolWy have ba n Idoodv battle between the robberj pnd armed men entioeaM In the ex prcrs car. I iIET DEATH III 1 ROlNCjlMS I Blunder 'Of Railway Employe Wu Sends Scores of Immi- mm grants to Death. Mj Hol Passenger Train Loaded With Refu- SJ gees From Revolution-Stricken -J&B1 Russia Is Wrecked and Patten- 7HJ gers Caught Like Rats In a mS Trap. M V) Chicago. More than ono-half tho KJ passengers on r.n Immigrant train on B! tho Baltimore and Ohio railroad woro V killed or Injured In n collision Mon- W day between tho passenger train and Ad a freight near Woodvlllo, Intl. HI Ono hundred nnd slxty-Ilvo passon; Hi gers wero on tho train, nnd of thoso S9 forty-soven were either killed out- jHJ right or wero burned to death In tho 1H flro which broke out In tho wrcckngo HJ Immediately after tho collision. Tho HJ names of all of iho dead will probably JHJ never bo known, as forty-flvo or the pB bodies wero consumed In tho flainca HJ or wero so badly burned that Idcntl- BJ flcntlon Is Impossible. SB Thirty-eight people- wero Injured, HJ nnd sovcrnl of them) will dlo. Eighty HE? others escaped unhurt, hut lost near- HI ly nil their baggage nnd clothing. HJ' Tho dlsnstcr wns caused by n blun- ju dor ot somo employe or tho railroad HR company, but Just whoro tho blnmo 'Hli lies has not ns yet been determined. Hk Tho pnssnngur train, which wns load- HJ cd with lltisslan Jows, Servians and HJ Poles, nil ot thorn recent arrivals In Hf thla country, nnd bound ror Chicago HJ or plnccs In thn northwest, wns tho HE second section nt n through train HJ rrom llnltlmore, which collided with HJ n freight train, which hnd left tho HJ sldo trnck after tho first section HJ passed nnd started down tho rnnln BJ lino Jt full speed. Tho two trnlim IK enmo together with unslnckcned HJ speed nnd In tho crash nix passenger conches mid sovcrnl freight earn woro Mj knocked Into kindling wood nnd to- MJ KCthoi wllli tho locomollvos went roll- AM lug d) wn tho ten-foot embankment. M WILL OIVE SILVER NO SHOW. fl Prices Too High to Warrant Govern- jH ment In Making Purchases. S , Washington. Tho treasury depart- jE inert nn Monday received offora for1 BJ T-"'"'hf Vnf'H ii i nt 72 ccnta per flno ounco. TheTorJ H Aim woro rejected, and Becrotnry' H Blinw stated subsequently that no moro silver would bo bought nt proa- cnt high prices. Tho government haa on hnnd, ho said, silver ouotigh to keep tho minis In oporntlon for somo tlmo to conic, nnd ho regards tlm present prices as too high to warrant tho government In making any moro purchases at thoso prices. Disintegration of Standard Oil. Washington. Whllo no nuthorltn tlvo statement could bo obtained In rogard lo tho matter, thorn Is good reason to belluvo that tho govern ment has decided to Institute pro ceedings ngalnst tho Standard Oil company under tho Sherman antl trust act, with n vlow or obtaining nn order or Iho court illmtolvlng thn com pany ns It now exlsla nnd restoring tn each or tho soveiity-flvo or eighty con stituent companies Its projiortlonnto hnro of tho atitck, and nlso com polling tho obsnrvnnco of tho law In hibiting them from ontorlng Into any l' contract, agreement or understand ' I Ing with each other with a vluw la , ' maintaining prices on oil, ( Report of Compere Read. Minneapolis, Tho feature of iho opening session hero on Monday of tho twimty-slxtli annual convention of tho American Federation of Itbor was tho exhaustive annual roport or Proalileiit Samuel (lumpers. In which he detailed tho progress of Iho labor ' movement throuliout Iho country, laying Kclnl stress on tho advent of unionism In tho iwllilmil nrwna and recommending thnt this course b strictly adhered lo. A strong plem was mado for Iho employment or American labor on the Panama canal. Will QlVe Away Eighty Millions. New York Mrs. Itiueoll Sage will give away tho hulk or a rortuno or about fSO.000.000 bequeaiher to her by her late husband, to ndlvlduals whom sho considers worthy, who through no fault or their own, nro so. unrurtunate us to need assistance. i and too proud to ask. It w not bo 1 given to endow churones, nor to 1 Uiomj who write begging (otters. Mrs. I Suko said she would do all tio can. t however, for struggling churches and J Institutions devotod to tho care or tho i needy and sick, 1 Sentenced to Death for Fifth Time, ' Valdosla, (la. J. O, Hawllnga on Monday tor tho firth tlmo was sen tenced to death, December 31 belng flxed as the date or execution, Ho foro seuteuce was passed, Hawllnga protested Innocence of hlmaelf and his sons, warning tha court, Mir you don't glvo us a new (rial, our blood w be upon ur hands," Itawllngs his three sow. and Alt Moore, a ne gro, were comletad or Iho murdor of the tw efcHdrea er the Cartor ramlly near Valdoua, Mure than a year ago.