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tHE THE SAL SALT LAKE HERALDSATURDAY HE hERALD SAU2RDAY MARCH 29 9 1902
ECHOES ECHOESOFTUE ECHOESOFTUELOBBY OF THE THELOBBY TH THIJOBBY
LOBBY CHAR CHARDenials CHARGE CjHARtfnials
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Denials fnials of the Truth of i Christ Christmas Christmas Christma ¬
mas mas ma Statements StatementsHiS StatementsH Statementsjis
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HiS H S ATTORNEY IS ANGRYf ANGRYSAYS ANGRYSAYS ANGRY ANGRYSAYS
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SAYS JEO 1IIa CUSMT DID NOT USE USEGOOD USEGOOD USEGOOD
GOOD FAITH FAITHerHsnsen FAITHNJW rArraa rArratTIW
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tTIW y YK JaI hL l F Feh FehIN Ieb
NJW 1 IN erHsnsen eruU n8eft of this city who was wasattorney Wallatto wa waattorney
attorney atto y for > Walter Christmas Christmasthe Chrlatjnthe
the representative of the Danish gov govenuient IJOunn gove
enuient e nn Dt in tlu tb overtures for the par pnrchi purch
chi ch of the Duniah West Indian Iii islJ IiiIn 1
i J in 19W 1
was indignaat at the con conr CODduet couduct
duet of h ht dlent IIhowa In I I IS IteCm IteCmrfport
S
r rfport i > ort to the Danish ministry mh try lately latlyJlU latdlypubItsheL
published publishedOrdinarily JlU bllhed bllhedOrdinarily <
Ordinarily l lgal gal etiquette said S he hevouid heould hei
vouid i ould prevew my m speaking But
this report te I so defamatory y and out oatST ¬
ST rageous that I reel Justified in wash Uk ¬
i jag ing my hands of the whole aIr < air
Air Tr Fischer FischerHansen Hansea described de the thecourse tbeQUte
V course cour e of tiie tn Danish representative represent ttye as
it appeared ap ur d to him Christmas under undertook tndertook dndertook ¬
took according Bc to Mr FiseherHansen FiseherHansento eM eMto
to sun the sale of the Islands for the Iae Iaeorriuc
Horring Morriii orriuc min R mhgetry try As far back as 1IIt 1 1S 1M
S thjf safe had been almost coturammatad CO
but at t the hut moment this govern government IJOVeDment goveuI ¬
ment had d drawn back Thus n Den Denmark Denmark ¬
mark cotld ld not t make overtures or orntor 10 101Or < o oor > i
ntor or tl t n svggeat gewt that overtures overtureswoujd verlur verlurw1id YcrLurswoLd
woujd be acceptable This Thl Christmas Cbr tJDa8
did H conducted 1 Secretary Se etar7 Vhlte of oftbe oftbe utI
I tbe AmtTieaa 11 embassy to London Lo to toA tooienNzea totoleflZen
I S toleflZenS oienNzea oienNzeahA
hA A that point said Mr Ir Fischer
Han Hann > n his services ended The ne negoiiutbns negot negothttons
goiiutbns got ii t ions from there on were wer carried carrl d
forward for va rd by the American minister iuii stcr t r n
Denmark Dt Washington nwark and the Danish DllDl minister ter at
New ew York March 1d 28Wllbur Wilbur C CHrcFn CS
S Drcvn partner of Abner McKihley McKihleywhos McKthleywhos cKlnl Y
whos hoB > fme rne was mentioned m In connec connectiou conncS onn onnt11
S tiou with Itb the Christmas charges made madepublic madepublk madepubik
public in cjngfww C tftft18 yesterday has sent sentthe IleDttlJe sentthe
the following f letter to Representative Repre RepresentativeS entatlve entatlveJJa
S Ualseli JJa lze II chairman of the investigating investigatingcommittee investigatingcommittee luvestigaUngconunittee
committee committeeD
S D Lr Kf r Sir 8irThe The papers this morning morningcontain mornlDg1nl morningcontain
1nl contain 11 extracts read in congress yes yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
terday ef insidious charges alleged by byone tyn 1yone
one n Walter Christmas in connection connectionvith connectionS
S with the purchase of the Danish WstIndies W Wrest WrestIndies t tJndll
Indies So far w these charges cba relate relateS
S n Abner McKinlty cKlnl y and myself my elf they theyare tOC tOCare thyS
S are urquaUftediy b maliciously false fal e in inevery Inefry Ineery
every particular I shall be glad to tonpl toI1Ploear toappear
npl appear ear before your committee at siiy siiytime 81ytime aytime
time you may desire Very respectful reapecifully
ly I W C BROWN BROWNCopenhagen BROWNCopenha BROWNCopenhagen
Copenhagen Copenha n March 28 28Tbe The Chrt ChriamaA Christ Christma i
man ma scandal in not discussed here nor northe JIMIbe northe
the facts in I the ca eve e published in inptnhasotl Co Copenhagen 2opvnhagen ¬
penhagen although a full account of ofongreesnian oton ofOfl5Tmfl
< ongreesnian on n Richardsons statements Htatementsin
in fonpress was telegraphed to the thesemiofficial thesenlofilcia1
semiofficial iuo ldalaew news agency In this tit city cityDenmark cityDen cityDenmark I
Denmark Den m r however has heard from fromboth frombotll fromS
S both Captain Walter Christmas Chri tma and andNiris sadS sadNlcls 00 00XiiIs
S Niris GIft who o also has claimed cl med to tohave toha toS tohave
S have ha e acted as a Danish anl uiah h agent in h nego negotiating 1EgOtiatlns ego egotinting
tinting the sale Ie of the Danish West Westndles WestIndies j
indies Each claimed a commission commissionbut commlMlonhut
but the government has refused ed to torecognize torecogn toS torecognise
S
recognize recogn H either of them declaring d 1arlltC that thatneither thatneither thatneither
neither war ever connected with the thenegotiations theOtioDs theS thenegoIstiss
S negotiations OtioDs i the slightest degree A Anewspaper Anewspaper Anewspaper
newspaper referred to the t th controversy controversyduring coptroverwi v viturtng
i during tUe t latter part of February but butit batit t tit
it did not taM Ctaon or Christmas seri seriously 1le11oulJ son sonT ¬
T ously O GO I ID started srtset Jot America soon soonafterward f08nafterward seenafterward
afterward afterwardNOT afterwardNOT afterwardS
S NOT A RITAL fttY AI OP ROOSEVELT ROOSEVELTHaana ROOSEVELTHaJtna B00SEVELTS
S Hanna Says He Bei3Not i is Not t a Candidate Candidatefor
S for or Xinatiqn
Tonah Wls Mareh 28 ISSenator ISSenatorHanna iSenatonS Senator SenatorHanna
S Hanna has written a letter to C W WCroty WCroty WS
S Croty roty of this sKy b stating statl that he te tein iin isin
in no sense se a candidate c for the pres presidency P PixUcy pridency ¬
idency in MH and requesting his hisfrieris blsfr hisfrierIs
frieris fr 1a to discourage any nvoveinent niGvellt nt te tethat tethat toI
I that end endMr en enr endS endMr
Mr > r rroty wrote to the senator some somedays smoedays
S 5 days ago 1 and yesterday received the thefollowing theiolloW1ag theioIkving
following aaUgraph reply dated datedWashington dated8htoctOll datedTS
TS Washington 8htoctOll Jarch > areh S2 S2I 12I 2 2I
I ha 11At e lost received TWUC letter of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the 19th iOt Lad 114 wish ish to assure you youof youof youof
of n vy 3 thorough t30ro b appreciation apprec1ation of the thehigh thel
S high l h comolisent paid me in yo your r s 8Qf 8Qfestion 4 4T g ggestion
T gestion estion in reference to the nomination nominationforlWH nominationS
S forlWH for liM A4 t am grateful rstefui tef1 for such 1atrlel1du 1atrlel1dufhip friend friendship friendship ¬
ship and confidence but will say in re reply re reply ¬
55 ply that that1SO1 I 1871 an not in any se souse a a can canHdate candidate cantildate
Hdate aii trust my friends will oisourage dl dlourage ois dis9urage
< ourage any movement looking < toward towardthat towardthat towardthat
that end
endWill
Will Adopt Payne Plan PlanWashington PlanWaS PlanWasIinion
Washington WaS 1nglOn Marci 28 SIt It was re report repurld FeS ¬
S port purld d aijout the ease of rpresen rpresenvathea i repraseft3tivefi r eR eRoltiVe8
vathea today to that Representative Rt > pre entaUe Bab Babcock Babfck Babtock
cock fck of Wisconsin 1 ln who has been in ill illhealth illllalth illhtalth
health of ate a would go 0 to Atlanta City Citytor CityS Cityfor
for u stay of some time hiS ts report reportauwed r reportauned Port PortaU1i
S auwed aU1i d quite a stir among aitoft the elenvnts eletm ele e1em5tl
nvnts m lIts intonate int in Cuban I ban nntprocUy nntprocUya
a a4 4 Mr BaBcecks vote was thought ulJht to tohe tontteSSPY tobe
he necessary neV5S4T to report the bill from fromthe f fthe fVO fVOth
the th vayrt apd means meanMrommlttee committee by b Re Republican Republitan Repubilean ¬
publican votes c Later It was said his hteot hi8utt hisS
S von ot utt was not ot nere net oeve5ry oeve5ryS oeve5ryt11 1ry 1ryI 1ryItQJ ry ryi
I
S
ItQJ t11 i fa New York Y rk City CityXw CityXW CityS
S Xw York March arh 28 2SUnlt 28United United States Statesrevenue Statrnune Stt Stti
i revenue cttts gpnteteday nhtoday today rai naMed ed ai B alleged allegedillicit allegedS allegedifltet ed ediI1l
illicit iI1l t still at 4 at Pleasant avenue and andarrrated andarr andS
S S arrrated arr ttti Benny Balin IMovack 22 2 years YMDoId YMDoIdemlloyed oM oMemrloyed d dcmjloyed
emrloyed ia i th the place lace The proprietor proprietorva
va IU absent Ttt officers oftteersf t aflseated tflscatedev > aflseatedsovt
sovt Si ev ntyliv Rations lions of vI whisky > sixty sixtyIainels aixty1arellLl
Iainels of mash maMt 11 1 lit pounds ou of sugarou sugar sijgarOIi lprOU
ou pounds of teast east and a horse and andwagon aDdwaloo andThO
wagon The alleged still WaR said to tohave toIlIiw tohavt
have IlIiw a capacity apacltyor of 38 N gallons a day dayPlovack dayFbdCk dayFloek
Plovack was at taken befoiw United UnltdStaus enlt enlttahI Unitedttatks
Staus tahI fopnttiwloner Shields end heW heWin belin heldin
in r 5W oo bail a for examination examinationNational exaRllnationa exaRllnationJrUoW examiat examiatMadonal °
a
National dprodty Association AssociationChicago As MeociaUoflChicago eciationChica
Chicago Chica o March 2 23OV Qovenier Stan Stanley staftley Stanicy ¬
ley of f Kans Ka KaJIWs s jjresident JJre ident of the West Western t tern ¬
5 ern Cm Reciprocity league was requested requeuedii reque ted
ii 11 > resolution unanimously na y adopted adoptedthis adOfttlclIbiB adoptedhis
this afteniBW afte ftQ by tri the ChI ChtcltU D Jembers Jembersof
S of the th league to can a convention coave tlon at atthjcago athno athcago
thjcago hno on April 10 4 under t the auspices auspicesf s sof
of f te e Western Reciprocity league to towhich tohid toT
S T which hid represMitatlvea fttentatlvee from wH the In Industrial 18dUftlial Inluctrial ¬
dustrial organisations o uimtio to the country countrywill countrywill count
5 will be requested to send delegates for forthe forth fort
the th t I purpose of forming So national reel1 reel1procity reel reelyrocity red redS redroc1ty
S procity association associationCorMHttiom aspoolattesa aspoolattesCuregaUp n n1tS1
a 1tS1 1tS1eoitoa
CorMHttiom Pete in Spain SpainMadrid SpalnMadrid Spainadrid
Madrid adrid March 2S The fett f fetqs to be beheld beheld beheld
held upoalfce upo th occasion of theJrawHias theJrawHiasof th erqw e4WUI5g e4WUI5gof lag lagof
of Alfonso XHI as kin kID of Spain w wilt wiltommeD wifiS l lconmeate
S conmeate ommeD May 17 1 with a fraud d review reviewS 1 1ew 1ewof
S of f KOOO 1 001 traops at Cam Calnil Cambanchel Cambanchelrhcj
rhcj rb e will be a gala ala operatic p ptrf perform perform1nce rfna rfnaanc nl nlaile
anc aile and a aconcert concert May May1 It The actual actualceremony actualceremony actualS actualceremony
ceremony of adBttnisterta ad l1f the oath t tAlfonso te teAlfonso toS toA1fons
S S Alfonso win occur in the chamber cbam r of ofdeputies ofdeputld ofdeputies
deputies May MayS jtt j jTellB
1 1 1l
S TellB 1About About Miles MilesWashington rrrllesW MilesWtsin5gton
Washington W a8i naten March K rcb 28 JSt 2LSecretry 2LSecretryS Secretary SecretaryRoot > retary retaryRoot
S Root has competed Ms anawtr aD te the thehouse Uteboulf theheue
house resoluttatt retIOlut calling cal1i for correspondence correspond rrwpondtn ¬
ence tn e oetween MM 0 deportment d tmeut to and LIeu Lteutenant LIeutenant LieuS
S tenant OeMcal Miles respecting ag the thelattMs thel
S lattMs l t r8 proposUipn PIO n to visit the Philip PhilipDin PtlUpPIDI Philippin
Din PIDI a The naaver lIrer would have gone gonetne 80net
t the house today exceft exrel exee > for a misun misundentandiag ml8uDdetotandf
5 dentandiag detotandf s > to whether the body bodywaa bodYw
S waa w Ia I session fend it will consequently consequentlyS9
S9 in tomorrow tomor ew c Monday MondayPertrait Mon MonII MondaiS5
S5 S5S II e ePwtrdt
S Pertrait ef t McKlnley XcXInleyilghlnct lfc1CiuieyWashington j jashington
Washington ashington b March 24fl In In the sun sundry SJndtJ ajaS ajadry ¬
S dry civil appropriation bill which whichpwssed whichPI
S pwssed PI today loda is a provision for CSM CSMte itsSS itsSpaid 5N 5Nt
te t lo < paid or 1 a portrait of f former formerPresident for formerresidett r residffIt
S President esidffIt M Mdanle MeitnisylS5 icinley
lS5
COME TO AMERICA TO TOLEARN TOlEAR TOLEARt
LEARN IDBUIUUNGINES IDBUIUUNGINESWashington
Washington ulIhiuatoll March 2fc 2Jlt It can be beauthoritatively bPauthorltatht beauthoritatively
authoritatively authorltatht > ly stated that the official officialreport otftctalnpurt Officialreport
report of the committee of experts sent sentby tiemtby sentby
by the Prussian govec 80 gov neat ra inthe uoete uoetethe l 0fr to tothe
the United States to e viine 1 oe carefully anfuJ1 anfuJ1bitt
into the methods of raiJvay rait ay construc construction contrwtlon consttuctIot ¬
tion equipment and management with witha
a view ie to determining which Aiiclt of the die dietinctive 4Wtinctlf 4i 4itinetive
1 tinctive features of American Ameri lln < practice practicecould practiceoould
could be advantageously adopted for forthe lorthe forthe
the improvement of the sate 6 Mte railways railwayshi raUw ys ys1ft
hi Germany has been submitted to tcB toB toBaron
B B Baron ron n von Thleien of the Prussian Prussianministry PrulanmintstrY Prussianministry
ministry of f railways 80 states United UnitedStates tTnitedStates
States Consul Genera Frank Mason Masonat Ma bn bnat
at Berlin in a communication dated datedFeb darJeb datedFeb
Feb 28 S which < h was made public at the thestate tbeatate thestate
state department d rtJaeRt rtJaeRtport today totayThe todayThe
The report port Has Ii n t been published publishedsays publishedaya publishedsays
says Mr r Ifasoa asou and in accordance accordancewith actOtdaneewith accordancewith
with the enoal practice of the German Germangovernment Genuangovernment rman rmangovernment
government in such cases will not be beMr beMr beMr
Mr Mason consulted Minister von vonThJflen vonThielen vonThielen
Thielen on the subject and was told toldthat toldthat toldthat
that a great deal had been learned by bythe bythe bythe
the scientific 8ri ntilc study ef the American Americanrailway AnMricaDraih Am1canrailway
railway raih ay systems s1t ms and that he the min minister mfnIste sofaIate ¬
ister regarded as especially e interest interesttag htt heterestbig t tand
tag and valuable the American plan of oflocomotive ofloeOmotin oflocomotive
locomotive > construction in standard standardtypes standardtypes tandardtypes
types with intetcHaageiible Int ble parts partsThe parttoThe partsThe
The Germans admit says the tandardI consul consulgeneral coDIIUIgeneral consulgeneral
general that the American system 1 1wonderfully twODderfuUy Is Iswonderfully
wonderfully efltehuU and capable and andsplendidly aRC1pk andsplendidly I
splendidly pk > ndldly adapted to the conditions conditionsof l lof
of the country German miners and andmanufacturers aadmanufacturers andmanufacturers
manufacturers says Mr Mason look lookwith lookwith lookwith
with envious surprise surprl upon upontbe the econ economies economIe econoniles ¬
omies of railway ralla freight in America Americaand Americaand Americaand
and their main hope for fo the futureis futureisin future Is IsIn IsIn
in the extension l n and Improvement of brtlIe bfthe ofthe
the inland river and canal system systemwhich systemwhich systemwhich
which is advocated so urgently by the theImperial theImrtal theImperial
Imperial government governmentDISPUTE sovernmenm governmentsOs5
sOs5 sOs5DISPUTE m lID lIDDISPUTEABOOT
DISPUTE DISPUTEABOOT ABOUT A FENCE FENCEIS
IS ENDED BY BYA A MURDER MURDERCincinnati MURDERCiDciimati MURDERCInennat1
Cincinnati March 28C C H Pendle Pendlea
a reil estate ate dealer today shot and andatantly andMnUy In Inatant1y
atantly killed Mrs > 11I Anna Baker The Theparties Thejiantis
parties lived on adjoining Iota in the spot CMCend spotend
end of the city They bad quarreled quarreledarmed quarreildafeut
qeD a dI dIa truce When PeDdletqn PendleLnshst
IfJet the wegb h hcr husband a one onearmed
armed man ran to her rescue and PeT PeTdleton PIftdleton P
dleton fired three tb shots ineffectually at atrer 1
him Baker wrenched the revolver from
PeuMetm and rer Would oeid have evere shot buatrot him if
there had been another load H g the theweapon ttteweapon theWeapon
weapon Neighbors held Peadteton until untilofficers untilofficers
officers antved alJjvedI I
I THE WILL OF CECIL RHODES RHODESLondon RHODESLODdoa RHODESLondon
London Newspapers Say It Will WillLeave wmgeve WillLeave
Leave geve Bequest For Education EdoationLoudon EducationLondon EducationLondon
London March X 31The The Daily Mall > all says saysit saysIt soyait
it is in a position to assert a that the t late lateCecil
Cecil Rhodes left the bulk of his for fortaae fortuae fortune
tune except some personal pt r onal and family
bequests to the promotion of his vast im imperial IP1u IP1uperial ipiportal ¬
perial plan of education educationThis tducationTbia educationThis
This project embraces every land where
the Union Jack flies Its purpose is the theintellectual theIntellectual theintellectual
intellectual betterment of the British Britishrare Brltlahl1Ite Britishrace
rare throughout the world and the foster foaterinp fostertag o terlog
log of the imperial sentiment sentimenti tlJaent tlJaent11te
i S The Daily Mail adds that this idea of ofbetter ofMttel ofbetter
better fitting fttU < younger yo Britain to cope copeI copesuccessfully
I successfully ucc sf ully with rival nationalitIes was waslong Walllone waslong
long a dominant scheme with Rhodes Rhodesbut JUIOO JUIOObat Ebodesbut
but that even his closest friends little littleimagined littleI littleimagined
imagined I the absorbing ab bold it ob obtamed 00tahied ohtaheed
tamed on him until this was divetaeed d ay y
the terms of his will The Th details of this thisplan thisplan
i plan of education will be made public In Ina Jftfew ina
a few days daysCape clay clayCape dayscape
Cape Town March SB 5The The cofn con containing contalalng contahithg ¬
taining the body bod of Cecil Rhodes will be beconveyed beconveecf beconveyed
conveyed to the parliamentary building
here during the morning mornln < of April 3 I and andwHl andwIU andwiU
wIU lie in state ia the vestibule until D 3 3oclock Sodock 3odock
odock in the afternoon wtoen w wfl it will willbe willbe willbe
be removed to the Anglican cathedral the thelatter thelatter thelatter
latter being dose ct e to the parUamenUry
building where the first portion of the theburial theJe thebunt
bunt burial Je service win be read Toe funeral funeraliccaBwn funeralk
iccaBwn k en wfllafle wilt ftgPsrd > iftMil tmveice tna the therndpal theDelpat thepntndpal
= rndpal Delpat streets IItteeUiof of Cape Town to tile tberailroad tilerailroad therailcoed
railroad station Thence the coffin will willM willbe
M 0 taken en W > V special train to Balwuuayu Balwuuayustopping
stopping f fog or a shore tines at KlmbeHey Kimbe ey
Ow 0tdF > a tew Intimate friends will w l accost accostSpfly accompany ¬
pany the body bod > The coffin during III5 the thefaneral tileftIIteNl thefusri
faneral procession u at Cape Town will 111 be becabled beOR becar
cabled car ed on the gun carriage Long Cecil CeciltSs cecnfamous Cee11tM
tSs famous gun used at the siege of ofKfanberiey ofXtmbcniey
Kfanberiey
S Ii IiONES
JONES FIGHTS FOR TOGA TOGAArkansas TOGAArka1tMs TOGAArkansas
Arkansas Senator Has a Contest t on onHis onHis onHis
His Hands HandsLittle KandsLittle
I Little Rock Ark March 28 IThe ITheJD08t The Themast Themost
mast eventful campaign in Arkansas ArkansasDemocratic ArkanessDemocratic
Democratic annals since 1874 closed closedtonight closedtoqbt closedtonight
tonight and tomorrow each of the theseventyfive Ute8e theseventyflve
seventyfive 8e tTuhe counties < will hold a pri primary primary p11mary ¬
mary election titn to determine detenn their choice choicefor eIIolceI choicefor
for United States senator and state stateand stateaRc1 stateatid
I and county officers officersSenator offlcersSenator omcersSenator
Senator James K Jones chairman of oftbe ofthe ofthe
the Democratic national committee committeeand committeeand
and former Governor James P Clark Clarkwho Clarkho Clarkwho
who ho is Democratic national committee committeeman
man for Arkansas are rival candidates candidatesfor candidatesfor
for the United States senate and each eachbaa eachbaa eachhas
baa made a thorough canvass At the therespective there8pectlt therespective
respective headquarters in this city to tonight toI tonight ¬
night each side with apparent con confidence confidence conIldence ¬
fidence claims victory tomorrow tomorrowThe tomorrowThe tomorrowThe
I The direct < t vote in the th primary elec elections electkNul dcc dccfloas ¬
tions will govern Democratic nomina nominations nominations nominations ¬
tions for the legislature by which whichSenator whichSenator hlch hlchntor
Senator ntor Jones euccewor will be thee chosen choe theeen ¬
en e aext January JanuaryBesides Janua JanuaBettkJei JanuaryBe4des
Besides the spirited contest for Unit United Unlteel United ¬
ed States senator the gubernatorial gubernatorialnomination gubf gubernacia1nomination > rntprial rntprialnoninatlon
nomination is a sharp bone of conten contention contenlion ¬
lion with Governor Jefferson Davis Daviscontending Davise tvlscontending
contending e ftteadln for a econd nd trm against againstE lUIt lUItw
E W Rector n tor a soil of the famous famouswar famousar famouswar
war ar governor wtrnor of Arkansas In each ea h of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the seven n congressional ongr juna I districts distrt ts the thevoters thevoters
voters will m select f t a nominee for con congress eongrass GftStorm ¬
grass
55
Storms in the South SouthNew SouthNew SouthNew
New Orleans La March 28 28Tbe 28TbeInd 28Thewind The Thewind
wind Ind and rainstorm which has pre prevailed prevalled proveiled ¬
veiled over southern Mississippi for the tbelast thelast
last fortyeight hours has demoralized demoralizedall
all railway traffic IIc and telegraph com communication cornumum cornmualcutmfi ¬
munication mum tJOn today The town t WQ of Hasie Hasiehurst HlUlleuburst Ilasieburst
burst Miss has been completely iso isolated i80ulated isolated ¬
lated for the past two days on account accountof
I
of the heavy rains Many M ny streams in inthe intile inthe
the county overflowed their banks and andall andall andall
all passage pa98a from the country c has hasstopped hasstopped hasstepped
stopped Telegraph lines are pros prostrated prmutrated prostinted ¬
trated in all localities localitiesBodies locaUtlest locaUtlesDodies
e t m mBodies
Bodies Pound in the Snow SnowSteele SucwSteele SncwSteele
Steele N D March 28 SThe The body bod of ofC ofC ofC
C A A Stewart one of the two sheep sheepherders sheepfierders sheepherders
herders who were lost in the blizzard blizzardat
at the Chicago ranch was found two twomiles twomlle twoattics
miles from the ranch last night and andwas andwas andwas
was burled today at Dawson Da weon The Thesearch Thesearch
search for MeLachten JeLae l6n continues Stew Stewart Stewut Stewart ¬
art was 27 years yea old and came from fromIowa flOfQIowa fronIowa
Iowa
Priest Accidentally Shot ShotDenver ShotDeafr ShotDenser
Denver March aA A special to the Post Postfrom Poatfrom Postfrom
from La Junta Cote says Rev Father FatherJ Fa t tJ
J 1 H Brinker pastor of the Catholic Catholicchurch Catholicclturclt Catholicchurch
church in this city was seriously per perhaps perItall perlIsp ¬
haps fatally Itall wounded today by the ac aocMemn acnta aciIent
cMemn iIent nta disrhanr of a revolver volver It is issed ilt iseuppsed
euppsed > sed that t the revelover I IThe fell from a ato atable
table t to the floor = and was W5 discharged dischargedThe I
The bullet penetrated penetra ttd the abdomen abdomenSudden aD1olllenI aD1olllen5udden abdomenSudden
I
Sudden Death of a GirL GirLChicago GirLCIdca GirlChicago
Chicago March 28Miss Mary Potter Potteryoungest PottHyoungest Potteryoungest
youngest daughter of the > late T J Pot Potter Pottfr poticr ¬
ter general manager of the Chicago Bur Burlington BurltOft Rurlisuton ¬
lington A Qutncy system was found dead deadIn M deadin d dIn
In bed at Burlington Ia yesterday etlterd l bar having ha halog baring ¬
ing pastEd away in hr sleep f It is it be believed bfoUeed bebared ¬
bared the primary rouse Use of dMth d ath was washeart waaheart washeart
heart disease Her mother Mrs lrs ti T J JPotter JPotter JPotter
Potter wa < > In In Chicago at the time tf f her herdeath h herdeath r rdfJILth
death dfJILthSeesioa en enSession
Session of the Cabinet CabinetITasfeington Ga CabinetWashington inet inetubin
Washington ubin tQn March 38 JITtM The session of ofthe orthe ofthe
the cabinet today toda was largely taken up
la duticussing the details det lI preparatory to tothe tothe tothe
the withdrawal wlth < lrawal of the United States from fromCuba fromCbL fromCuba
Cuba
e 0 0 0Eieetric
Electric S Cars Collide CollideJ CoUide1e1et ollldeJelet
J 1e1et let Uls March > at 2Two Two men were werekilled rerckilled erc erckQled
killed and several 8eJ > ral persons I9Ons injured in a aheadon aheaduOn abendon
headon collision n at Bag g Bridge today be between betw betwen ¬
tween tw n two cars a of the Jolltt Chicago ChicagoElectric Chic3S0Ekctric ChicagoElectric
Electric railway roll a
J < 0
L PASSENGERS PASSENG RS ARE AREBADLY AREBADL AREBADLY
BADLY V FRIGHTENED FRIGHTENEDI
I Chicago March lCb 28 8FiflY Fifty passengers passengersw pasengerawene a < stngers
w WeN t badly shaken up by It a collision be be ¬
tween trains of the South Side and Mot Motrepoltttui MflltuIOpoUtaa MetrOpolitea
repoltttui West W K Side elevated roads on
the tb Union loop todnv tO41 Th < > Sooth Side Sidecars SMeal ilidehad
S cars al had slopped at Ia 1 < 1 Sail Hreq tre t sta station ta tation ¬
tion when wht > n a Metropolitan train follow following f0I109Ing fcllnwtag ¬
ing became am6 unmanageable The Th crash IT31hI irashsounded
1 sounded like an explosion and was wa heard
lor several blocks The motorman who whowas
j was in 1 charge of the runaway runaws coaches coacheI coachf1t coacheshad
had to jump through a window to save
I himself from being caught in the wreck wrcckage wrecke wreckass
age lie e reached c tbe nation platform platformi platformJust
i Just before bf fore the cars came together togc > thr One Onei 01etnd Oneend
i I end ef th tM rear coach of 1 tb ths South Side Sidetrain Sidtrala Sidetrain
train was demolished an ant < the th jasseii jasseiijjers pl lassertgers StfI StfIgfr
jjers were hurled from their I seaia at and andcovered andcovee4 nd ndcoveftd
covered with flying fI lng glass Many were werecut wtorecut werecut
cut sad bruised but none seriously friot1 ly In Injure injunl inS inBANKS ¬
jure junl junle S
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junlBANKS
BANKS TO CONSOLIDATE CONSOLIDATETwo
Two of Chicagos Leading Financial FinancialInstitutions FfnaB FinancialInstitutions ial ialInstitution
Institutions Combine CombineChicago CombineChicago OcatbineChicago
Chicago March 28 Stockholders of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Corn Exchange Excltan and Merchants Na National National Nationni ¬
tional banks have ratified the proposi proposition pro propositioi ¬
tion to consolidate the > two institutions institutionsunder hwtituUonBURd Institutionsunder
under URd r the name of the ti former The Thecombination Thecombination Thecombination
combination will be effective < ective after to today to today today ¬
day The transfer of a large part of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the Merchants cash has been effected effectedalready effectedatread eftectedalrca113
already atread The enlarged Corn Exchange Exchangewill
will have a capital of soso SMOeao a ear surplus tlUrpI earplus
plus pI of ZQoo00s 800jes It Is expected that thatpractically thatprWti thatpracUcnlly
practically prWti lty all of the principal accounts accountsof aceountof
of the Merchants will be transferred to tothe tothe tothe
the Corn Exchange through this eon consolidation eon8oJldaUon eonsolidatlon ¬
solidation The two institutions recent recently ree ntIy recently ¬
ly reported deposits aggregating about aboutONLY aboutIoooeo
i10000i0 i10000i0ONLY IoooeoONLY
ONLY PRISONER PRISONEROF OF HIS KIND KINDMusk KINDMusk KINDMusk
Musk Ox in New York Zo Zoo Is n Curi Curiosity Curiosity Curlosity ¬
osity osityNew osityNew osityNew
New York March arcb 28 8The The only live liventusk livemusk livemusk
musk ox ever exhibited on the Ameri American American Amencan ¬
can continent has been added to the
New York Zoological ZooJo laJ park and will re remain remain remain ¬
main there as long as artificial ice and anda
a deep cool cave can persuade it to
keep k p Its health and life 5000 miles away
from home The ox was captured in
March 1W1 directly north of the great t
Bear lake and a score of miles from
the Arctic ocean Four others were
taken at the same time but they fell fellprey fellprey fellprey
prey to the sledge sled e dogs dopI
I Clio
SHAW MAY LOSE TAYLOR TAYLORAssistant TAYLORAssistant TAYLORAssistant
Assistant Has Aroused the Ire of the thePresident thePresident theS
S President PresidentWashington PresidentVaJblnston PresidentWashington
Washington March rs 8The The attention
of the president pre ldent having havt been called to al alu I
I leged interviews with Assistant Secretary
of the Treasury Taylor m a number of
newspapers In which be had put him hlmuHlC
self in the t position of opposing certain
provisions of the Chinese exclusion bill
now pending peodl in congress Secretary Shaw
has been requested by b the president to toexamine toexamine toexamine
examine into the matter and report to
him ae to the truth of the allegations
As 15 Secretary Shaw is in New York no noaction noactfon noaction
action will be taken by him in the dlrec
tlon of carrying out the presidents in ¬
structions until his return returnMars returnI retursMars
I IL ILMars
Mars Athletes Usefulness UsefulnessMattodh UaefuInessfattodn UsefulnessMattodir
Mattodh Ills March 28 8A A class
fight between fifty students atuen of the
High school of Charleston occurred last lastnight la Instnight t tnight
night at a farewell reception tendered tenderedby tenderedb3
by the seniors to Professor W V W Wll
Ite lts who resigned as principal The Theseniors TheIleniorS Theaenior
seniors were r attacked by members of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the junior and sophomore classes Will WillMiles WiltMiles wm1Ues
Miles a promising athlete had 118jaw bin htejaw binjaw
jaw broken Several other students studentswere stude studentswere tl tlwere
were injured
Buy American Bonds BondsChicago BendsChicago
Chicago March 28 STwo Two Chicago bond
houses have purchased IMQMtt of the
Mexican government gerrnmefltredeomablo redesamMe internal intstnelppr internalK
K Bar r cent t bends fourth series This iv ivsalfl I Isaid icsaid
said to be the largest foreign bond deal dealever deafe den denever
ever e er handled by local firms The bonds bondsare bondare bondsare
are ptfyabte bIe in Mexican exfcan dollars but the theprincipal theprlnctpal theprincipal
principal and semiannual interest are arepayable arepayable arepayable
payable in New ew York It i Is stated that thatthis thatthl8 thatthis
this is the first time a Mexican issue baa ha haJ1O
been J1O made 8teb 8tebe payable in this t country n non Ap Application ApiMlesUon ¬
plication will be made e to list the issue issueon Issueon
on the New York Stock Exchange ExchangeLandscapes ExchangeGJ
GJ sssLandscapes GJLandscapes
Landscapes and Portraits PortraitsNew PortraitsNew PortraitsNew
New York March S 1Landcapes Landscapes and andirtraiU aDdMrtralta andpartlte
Mrtralta irtraiU are the prevailing themes of the tbeS theIII
III 18 S works shown In the twentyfourth an annual lUlunual annail ¬
nual exhibition of the Society Soclet of Aster American AInerlean ¬
lean Artiste swbich which opened here today In Inboth IDboUt Inboth
both thee respects and indeed in all allof allof allof
of the several classes cla ea of work included includedin
in the show the paintings are of a Mga Mgaorder horder hishorder
order of excellence and mark the ex exhibition exhibition enItibitlon ¬
hibition as taking even higher rank than thanany tballany thanany
any other within recent years ars There Thereare Thereare Thereare
are twentytwo works of sculpture In Included Iou Ioududed illeluded ¬
eluded in the exhibition exhibitionConvict exhibitionConvict
0 CO COConvict
Convict the Irish Leader LeaderBuffalo Leadernuftalo LoaderBuffdo
Buffalo N Y March ItThe The Express Expresstoday Ex Extoday Expresstoday
today publishes a story to the effect that thatKarl thatKarl thatKarl
Karl Daltman one of three men sen sentenced 8e1Jteneed seqtenced ¬
tenced to life imprisonment in the Kings Kingston ICtnpen Ifingsten ¬
ton en Qnt Ontari ri < 9 penitentiary for attempting attemptingto atteaapt atteaaptto
to blow up a lock in the Welland can canon canal canalon aMIon
on April prll 51 I ISO 1tOt ia no other than Lake IokDillon LakeDillon
Dillon the Irish National leader and andfamous aDdfamous andfamous
famous an s a close friend of Dr Cronin Croninwho Croal1twho Cronlawho I
who was murdered in Chicago ChicagoDiamond Chlcaroo ChicagoDiamond
o o C3I f fDiamond
Diamond Trade Difficulties DifficultiesAntwerp Dift DifficultiesAntwerp cuIties cuItiesAntwerp
Antwerp March 28 SThe The difficulties diffiC > lltJetI of ofthe ofthe
the diamond trade are gradually being beingsettled beingsettled
settled Aflame Hlrsmann ami Re Rethe iteasen iteasenthe > sen senthe
the three men arrested here in connection connectionwith com1cUonwltb cflt1onwith
with the large diamond robber i in this thiscity thlacity thiscity
city have hav been ordered to be rcl r1t2Ed ised n nproof co coproof IQ
proof being furnished that tht th > liHoiontlsj jjj iznonls iznonlsIn mmds mmdsla
ia question 1I on were actually the < a r I
e CD C CWreck
Wreck on the Northwestern NorthwesternOmaha NorthwesternOmaha NorthwesternOmaha
Omaha March S SA A serious freight freightwreck fnightwreck freightwreck
wreck occurred on the Chicago b n North Northwestern Xortwftlterll NortIwestern > ¬
western railroad at a siding < H f f fw > 0 tv milrs milrseast milcfaSt mil mileast
east of Woodbine Ia early toiay John JohnMurphy JohnlIurpby JohnMurphy
Murphy was killed aad Fred Schultz se seriously o otiously e ealy ± ¬
riously aly injured l JurecL Both men arc sui uloSccl uloScclto > o oto
to have been tramps The wnrk v ved wa wacaueed wacaused <
caused ed by a car truck leaving the track trackWealthy trackCD trackWealthy
CD CDWanltlly
Wealthy Farmer Assassinated AssassinatedWarren Assa AssassinatedWarren inated inatedWarren
Warren 0 March 28 28William William Hicox Hicoxa
a wealthy farmer of Garrettsville while whilegatnerin whilegathering
sat gathering gatnerin lrIn sap p in tbe woods was shot shotthrough ahotthr shotthreugl
thr through ulh the th head and his body covered coveredwith coveIwith coveredwith
with bruise His do day led the searching searchingparty 8tarchingparty searchingparty
party to the tb place where hf was con concealed roIIcealed enscealed ¬
cealed There is no clue to the assail assailants assailunto ailanb > ¬
ants
S
lID lIDTurkish
Turkish Army Mobilizing MobilizingConstantinople MobilizingCoR15tantl XobiizingConstantinople
Constantinople CoR15tantl Ollle March 28 2STht The Turkish Turkishgovernment Turkblbgovernment Turidabgovernment
government has decided to call to the thecolors tit titcolon thecolors
colors MaM It SSO irregular troops This mobil mobilisation mobiltcatIon mobiligation ¬
isation is ostensibly for the annual annualmaneuvers annualmaneuera annualmaneuvers
maneuvers but in view jew of the condition conditionin
in Macedonia considerable significance fs fsattached faattack Isattached
attached attack to themovement t the e movement
For a McKinley M nley Memorial MemorialColumbus MemorialColum MemorialColupibus
Columbus Colum U8 0 March K SThe Tbe senate has hasadopted baaadopted hasadopted
adopted Mr Wins joint resolution grant granting granttag nt nting ¬
ing the citizens of Columbus the right rightto
to occupy sufficient I melent space n near ar the High Highstreet HighIItreft Highstreet
street entrance ntra to the capitol grounds on onwhich onwhid onwhich
which to erect the proposed memorial to tothe i
the late President McKinley The mem memorial mnemotlal ¬
orial will wllllOIt eost tlUOO MM MMHew IOU
IOUcraes I
111 111New craes craesNew
New Cure for Cancer CancerNew Cancer1ew OsneerNew
New York Mareh 28 BIn In the course Ou of a alecture alecture i
lecture says Y8 a London dispatch to the theTribune theTribune I
Tribune F T Addyman ID of St George Oeornehospital GeorgehospitaL
W TbeA
hospital said he bad IDm completed m e a cure cureof = I
of a bad case of U concer r in a woman ay
the action of Xrays X I1Ira upon u On the disease diseasetin I
em emPaint tin r rPaint f fPaint
Paint House Burned BurnedBoston BurnedBot BurnedBoston
Boston Bot tt > n March 38 A low of lOttO lOttOsalted re resulted N Nsolted ¬
salted from a lire tonight ton ht that riddled the theURper theunpfr theuqper
URper two stories stor1 of th t the P > nve thetnry < tory build building huilduIng building ¬
ing at a 813 15 Franklin street occupied > 1l hy h hR
Redding R Baird A Co artists and work workI worttuID worksrp
I er srp in leaded and stained glass glassFalls glassPails ius iusFalls
Falls Into a Sugar Vat VatWarsaw VatWarmw
Warsaw lad March 2MMrs 2 Mrs Mary
Hiveley wife of a oromintnt vrm ntnt farmer fannertwelve farmertwelve farmertwelve S
twelve stiles east of here was seized with withan withan withan
an attack of epilepsy y fell ft > JI into u pan panof panot panS
of boiling sugar Water ami was ca1de cudelto < l lto S
to death S SBank
deauJ
J ell J
Bank Defalcation Small SmallNew SmallNe SmallNew I
New Ne York March areh 2S SFrank Frank Bell a ayouim I
young man who was recently unpaged Ng t te t I
be married and who was rfgan ltog1rk < 1 1 i iexemplar as 110 110fXemplL
exemplar citizen dti I1 = si irt > > rt i 11 > i H h ac accounts aecounts a I Icounts
counts The defalcation dtr nti is j not large j I Is
s
i
0 > c
i POSSES HUNTING HUNTING THE THEASSASSJN THEjJ THEOF
jJ jJASSASS1N >
S ASSASSJN OF A WOMAN WOMANJellicw WOMANJelllee WOMAN311k
Jellicw Term March h rgMr Green Gr
Older was Kilted at her home at Sax Saxton ton
Ky eight t miles north of J Jellko U4co last lastnight lastalBbt lastnigM
night by bL an j unknown gciog ama who es escaped eecaped esea ¬
caped ea 3ffr Mi and M Mrs Older OI returned from fromihuroh
ihuroh hul < h service nlcc about 9 oclock Mrs
< Mdtr entered entfr the house while Mr Older
went nt to the hen house in the rear A
moment later be heard beardlWs his bl wife scream
and an running runnl to the front door saw an un ¬
known man BI8ftrtag disappearing Older SCleaJDI foond
Ws wile At on the floor in I a pool of <
Mood She had been brained with an
ax ax which was lying near The murderer
had concealed bimcelf bJ lf in the home and andPosses and1Ifl1A andiItrMe
1Ifl1A iItrMe the deadly blow as be eater8d
Posses P are bunting l1anUngthe the murderer murdererSKELETON murdererSKELETONFOUNDLN
1 1SKELETON
SKELETON SKELETONFOUNDLN SKELETONFOUNDLNRiVER FOUNDIN FOUNDlNRIVER j jRIVER
RIVER PIRATES HOUSE HOUSEBaeae HOUSEB HOUSEBuss
Buss B Visa v O March 28 SWI While
tearta tatriog down an old house a few mUss Mfiesnorth mUssnorth
north of here today John Downing Dow a
laborer I found f fo the skeleton of a woman
beneath th the user The lower Jaw jawwas hMM hMMwas bosswas
was brake breIIIa radicating that the woman
had met a violent death There Is no noclue DOclue noelue
clue to the mystery The house was
formerly a ratdesvous for river pirate
About AbO ten yean ago a young school schoolteacher aehoolte schoolleech
teacher te leech who came here from the e east eastmysteriously 8t 8tmysteriously atpteriouy
mysteriously disappeared and nothing
was ever heard o of her It is now be believed helieYed beIleved ¬
lieved she may have been killed and
her body secreted under the floor of ofthe
the old house houseWARNED eWARNED houseWARNEDAGMNST
o
WARNED WARNEDAGMNST AGAINST CROWLEY CROWLEYRoman CROWLEYRoman CROWLEYRoman
Roman Catholic Priests Must Refrain BefrainProm RefrainFroD RefrainProm
Prom Aiding Him HimChicago RimCb1ea1O HimChicago
Chicago March DIn 25In In an official let ¬
ter to every eV ry Catholic priest in Chicago Chicagotoday Chicagotoday
today Archbishop A bt8ho > Feehan issued a asweeping alIWeepln asweeping
sweeping Order In the controversy of ofRev ofRev ofRev
Rev Jeremiah J Crowley and his hisfriends hisfrlend hisfriends
friends with the thedlece diocesan an authority
Tb The letter reads readsWe readWe S SWe
We hereby h reby notify you that the Rev RevJeremiah RevJeremIaH RevJeremiah
Jeremiah Crawler cowlerw whose o public acts actsand Betsand actsand
and utterances utteranc have given grave scan scandal 8Cadal scandcl ¬
dal to the detriment of religion is in inopen Inopen litopen
open rebellion to legitimate ecclesiasti ecclesiastical tt ttca1 ¬
cal authority therefore any priest of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the diocese of Chicago Ohl ago who assists him himby himb himby
by b moral or financial aid or offers oers him himencouragement blmencouragement hintencouragement
encouragement ef any kind whatsoever whatsoeveris
is Ipso facto suspended suspendedThe suspendedTbe
The letter te 1 signed by the archbish archbishop h hop ¬
op and by Chancellor Chanc nor F J J Barry Barrycs Barryr BarryMotintfln
cs
r
Motintfln Stat States5
Floods on Northern Pacific PacificButte PacifieButte PacificButte
Butte Mont March 28 28Throu 28Through 28Throughtral1c Through Throughtraffic < h htrafftc
traffic on the Northern Pacific is still stillimpeded stillimpeded stillImpeded
impeded by the formation of lakes of ofwater ofwater ofwater
water at points along the line in North NorthDakota NortbDakobt NorthDakoIg
Dakota the result of rapidly melting meltingsnow meltingsnow
snow which fell to great eat depth in that thatsection thatectJon thatsection
section a few days ago There was no notrain DOu notrain
train u for the east last night and there therewill tberewill therewill
will be none tonight One train is run running runnln runfling ¬
fling nln between Portland and Mandan Mandanbut Mandanbut Mandanbut
but it is 1 for the accommodation of oflocal orlocal oflociti
local bu business lne af tMK of Billings and andthrough andthrough andthtuugh
through business bU8 n west w stotml1ings stotml1ingsDanger of Billings BillingsDanger BillingsDanger
Danger ofLynching Over OverClayton OverClayton OverClayton
Clayton N St SL March 28 Slhe ± The dan danger daRPI danget ¬
get of lynching in the t1 e case of Post Posemaster Postmaster Postmaster
master Guyer who killed W E Searles SearlesJaet Sceneslast
last Wednesday is past Today friends friendsof ftie ds dsof
of Guyer succeeded in having his bond bondreduced bondredu bondreduo
reduced redu d to tt 4Q < M This was given at atonce atonce atonce
once and GiiypK aUY OU after forwarding his hisresignation hiJraIgnt1on hisreaIgntIozt
resignation ajtndptmastcr g pgptmaster tmUter to Washing Washingn ¬
ton n left l the jtffjfn S8 destination is isEailr fanet Isnet
net u4OWt WJI
S SS S1lailrdhIan
I Inailr
S Eailr nailr 1lailrdhIan Man an Killed KilledButte xn KilledB4a d dBvUc
Butte Mont tont March aA A special to
the theMfter Miner from fro Livingston say says D A ABerry
Berry a well Known railroad man form formerly formerly ¬
erly erl of Spokane now In charge of the theboarding thenJbtg theboarding I
boarding nJbtg cars at Mission near There wasstruck was wasana
struck 6y a switch engina rJd this eenln eenlnanet evening eveningand I
ana it is believed wasfatally was fatally injured H Hwas He Hewas I
was as passing pu through tbe yards at the thetime thetime i
time of the accident ent Ilk family lIy re r reuides reuidesat M s sat
at Spokane SpokaneUsing SpokaneUsing S
< I
Using the Grfa Grfl1 Graorthern Northera rthern Tracks TracksMont TracksButU TracksBibt
ButU Bibt Mont M9I1tMarcb March SUrA A Helena Helenato HelenaBpetet Helenaspecial
special to the Miner r says that for the first t
time In the history of the reads h North Northera NCNUaera Northera II
era Pacific tram will arrive arrhetOlnOnOW arrhetOlnOnOWoWer tomorrow tomomttrJWr tomorrower
JWr er the Great Northern tracks rae 18 This ThIs1s is istake Ismake
take necessary Because e of the tlleNorthern Northern
PaeWe te tracks being washed oat In North NorthNominations I
Jal llcet ta S SS
S taNominations Nominations in Helena HelenaHelena Helena HelenaHelene
Helena MonC Mont March 28 DAt At the Re Republican Republican Repubilcan ¬ I
publican city eit convention this evening evenln evenlnP
P J Kdwards was renominated for formayor formayqr
mayor Thomas Kirkendali for treas treasurer tressurer forI I Iurer
urer and E E S Walker for forpoll police judge j judgeAll dge1 I IAil
Ail the nominations except that forj for forpolice l
police judge were w wer unanimous unanimousCattle unanimousCattle
I
Cattle CattleD Dying ing of Thirst ThirstDeimr ThirstDenier I
Denier Mareh 28Repor Reports from Orch Orchard Orchaul ¬
ard Colo say that tbt many cattle on the theplains tbeplaia theplains
plains are in a pitiable condition for want wantof wantof
of water Many water holes in Morgan Morgancounty Morpncounty Morgancounty I
county have been fenced in by owners of ofSmall ofsnipil
Small 8 herds atid n4 otbei o cattlemen whose whosestock eIItock whosestock i
stock is shut ab ut off from water are threat threatening threatsuing ¬
suing to take retaliatory measures measuresVAX meuaress measuresVAN
s
VAX V AJr DEVANTiKR DEV ANTEB OP WYOMING WYOMINGAttorney WYOMINGAttorney WYOMINGAttorney
Attorney Who WhoMay May Be Appointed I
Secretary eor tary or of the Interior InteriorI InteriogWalter
I Walter WeUmari In A Chicago TSatesHer TSatesHerald
I S ald aldWillis aldVIII aidS aidViiIIs
S Willis VIII Van an Devanter of Wyoming Wyomingwill
I will without thout much m cll doubt be the new newstcietary Det newarcietaty
stcietary t retary of the interior to succeed Mr MrHitchcock MrHitchcock MrHitchcock
Hitchcock whOle resignation is ex expecteij e epeettd enpected
pecteij to be in the hands of the pre president prealdent l ldent ¬
dent at an early date dateMr dateHr dateMr
Mr Van Deyanter DevaJIter is now assistant assistantattorney assistantattorney I Iattorney
attorney general for the t insular de department departmeot depantmeat ¬
partment and is known to be in the thepresidents tbePdent thepresidents
presidents mind for promotion to the thehead thebead thehead
head of the department Other men menhave menhave menhave
have been urged but Mr Van Devan Devanter Devanter Devanter
ter is at this time the presidents first firstchoica firstcholet firstcholco
choica choicaPresident cholet S
President Roosevelt Roo ewU does not admit admitto
to any anyone one that he has chosen Secre Secretary Setrtary Setrelazy ¬
tary Hitchcocks successor eSOr but it is iswell iswell Iswelt
well understood among senators that thatthe thattbe thatthe
the present secretary will soon leave leavethe eavethe leavethe
the cabinet cabinetMr cabinetMr cabinetMr
Mr Van Devanter is only 43 years yearsold yearsold yearsold
old He is a native of Indiana of ofDutch ofDutch ofDutch
Dutch descent and has been eighteen eighteenyears eighteen7eAr8 eighteenyears
years in Wyoming where he bas filled filledmany ftUedmaay filledmany
many offices and won a good reputation reputationas
as a public servant and as lawyer He Hewas Hewas
was 8 appointed chief Justice of the Wyo Wyoming WyomilIg yo yoming ¬
ming supreme court by President Har Harrison Harri80n Barrisen ¬
risen before he was tyas 30 34 years old He Hehas Heball Hehas
has been in the interior department for forfive forlive
five years and both Secretary Bliss Blissand BUNand Blissand
and Secretary Hitchcock declared that thathe thathe
he was w invaluable to them in the ad administration admht18tratJon admInistration ¬
ministration of that great department departmentMr
Mr Van Devanter is a wonderfully wonderfullyhard wonderfullyhard
hard worker a fine executive and andknows andknow
knows every detail of the work of the theinterior tbeInterior theinterior
interior department He attracted the theattention th thattention theattention >
attention and won the admiration of ofduring ofPresident
President RooseveLt some months ago agodanq agoduring
during a series of conferences c e8 > on de department de depa dopartntnt ¬
pa partment t matters mattersJudge mattersJudse mattersJudge
Judge Van Devanter has taken no nopart nopart nopart
part in the effort which hkh some of his hisfriends hittDds hisfriends
friends have made to secure his ap appointment appointment appolntment ¬
pointment to a place in the cabinet cabinetand cabinetand cabinetand
and is thoroughly loyal to his chief chiefSecretary chiefSeaetary chiefSecretary j I
Secretary Hitchcock HitchcockBoth IiltchcockBoUt RitcheockBoUt
BoUt the secrewrysnd socrety and Mr r Van De Devanter Dcranter ¬
vanter are now out of the city Sena Senators Senators Seastorn ¬ J
tors who have talked with ith the presi president preiilent preeldent ¬
dent say they would not be surprised surprisedIf t tif
if the resignation reaI naUon of Secretary Se < retary Hitch Hitchbefore HttCbcock Hitchrock I I I
cock aDd the a tment ot Mr Van VanDeanter VanDecanter
Decanter In his hIjte plAce were announced announcedbefore I Ifore
before fore the end Qf QJhe f the month monthQuite monthQuite i
Quite Possible PossibleThis PossiblePhiIaIeI PossiblePhila6eIta
PhiIaIeI Phila6eIta Record Rerordnls Recordrhis I
This new n HwWjseenw 1IWter meier seem rather rather atbf > r small smalloufetfulIT smalltloiUtU1 smalldoabtfuDy I
oufetfulIT prswrkeH the householder householderOh hl1 hotceb0lderoirfl1mI eholder eholderh
Oh oirfl1mI h if > ftl all the bill I wa 11 was the unKtiarn UngtlSXde1i
e1i t renpotisu IIHf of the ra g company fm fmpluyr I
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COEDUCATION oBDUCATIoir HE SAYS IS ISLOs1 ISLOs1ING ISLOS ISLOSING LOS LOSING
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jl i > H3CAGO March 2 51Dr Dr Edmund EdmundI EtllnundJame EdmundJames
I C James presidentelect of North Northwestern Northwestern Northweste ¬
weste western university unlftl tr presented his bisfirst hisftrst hisfIrst
first communication to the board of oftrustees oftruBteea oftrustees
trustees today On the subject ef a co coeducation c0 oneducation ¬
education be said in part partThere partThere pertThere
There are many signs of a marked markedreaction markedreaction markedFe5ction
reaction in the public mind mlnt on the sub ¬
ject of coeducation Friends of the
movement may well view Jew It with some
concern ooD ern < The tide seems I1 in certain
ways to have ebbed A pronounced
reaction has set in inNot InNot inNot
Not only has the system ceased to
make new converts but there are in ¬
dications that it is losing ground in
the very erytenitory territory which it had so com ¬
pJe pletely y won A new period of ques qu ¬
tioning tw a upon us A sort of vague CUeprejudice
prejudice has risen In the country at
large which indicate a new attitude of
the public mind toward the whole wholeproblem wholeproblem
problem The system tem is attacked on onnew onnew onnew
new grounds and from new points of ofview orview ofview
view We are moreover not left to tomerely tomerely tomerely
merely theoretical criticism and vague agueIIUgpIItion
suggestion as to what the public sen ¬
timent Is on the subject This is evi ¬
denced m certain rta1n quarters by some somevery JIOmevery somevery
very interesting external signs
The direct alteration in the attitude attitudeof
of a number njzflj of institutions toward the thesubject thesubject thesubject
subject is Indicated by their policy
The rapid growth < of attendance at the thewomens thewomens thewomens
womens colleges during the past few fewyears fewyears
years 18 is also a very veryslgnHleant significant fact
All these things and many others othersof othersof
of like kind point to a serious crisis in inthe intbe Inthe
the history o or this movement and it
behooves thOM who believe in the co coeducation coeducation coeducation ¬
education to study the system with all allseriousness allsertowme86 allseriousness
seriousness The grounds of discussion discussionhave discussionhave
have changed entirely in the last gen generation generation generation ¬
eration The old objections have lost losttheir losttheir losttheir
their force and entirely new ones are arenow arenow arenow
now to the front The notion that thatwomen thatwomen thatwomen
women are incapable of doing college collegework coUegework collegework
work so commonly urged a generation generationago
ago has completely disappeared disappearedThe
The objection that young men and
women cannot be trusted to observe observeproper ob observeproper erveproper
proper relations in their social socialcourse Inter Intercourse intercourse ¬
course has lost Its lt force in view of the theplain tbeplain theplain
plain fact that the moral tone of co coeducational coeducatte cceducational ¬
educational educatte 81 institutions tMtit tieDs is distinctly distinctlyhigher dlstlnet1yblgher distinctlyhigher
higher than that of the community at atlarge atla atlarge
large la and is certainly not inferior to tothat totkat tothat
that of schools fpr one sex s x alone aloneBut aloooBut aloneBut
But on the ether Uter ifend 1tntl 00 one hears hearsoftener hearsoftener
oftener of the claim that increasing increasingnumber Increasingnumber increasingnumber
number of women tends to feminize feminizethe feminizethe feminIzethe I
the institutions where they tbe are in some somecases romecaaes somecases
cases to such an extent as to discour discourage discourage discourage ¬
age the attendance of men It is urged urgedwith urgedwith urgedwith
with Increasing increa lng persistence that the so social soIal socIal ¬
cial Ial distractions and dissipations dlSBlpatl ns with withtheir witbtheir withtheft
their widening invasion of o the serious seriouspurpose seriousPUIpOlle seriouspurpose
purpose that should go with school life lifeform Ufeform lifeforum
form a very ery serious problem while whileothers wbUeothers whileothers
others emphasize the fact that the thebroad thebroad thebroad
broad difference in the future careers careersof careersof
of the two sexes XeEI should find a more moreadequate moreadequate moreadequate
adequate recognition in the college cur curriculum curriculum curniculum ¬
riculum riculumSTEPHENS niculumSTEPHENSGOING
1 1STEPHENS
STEPHENS STEPHENSGOING GOING ON TRIP TRIPJhoir TRIPOhoir TRIPChoir
Choir Director Will Visit Europe EuropeEntertainment Europe EuropeE urope uropeBitturtainmont
Entertainment E to Be Given GivenDirector GivenDirector GivenDirector
Director Evan Stephens will leave leavefor leAnfor leavefo
for fo Europe about the middle of next nextmonth tutmoath rentmouth
month to remain until August having havingnuai havingbeen
been granted his nuai leave of ab abwill absence absence
sence by the churat authorities He Hewill
will return in time to direct the choir choirduring choirduring holrduring
during the Elks grand lodge session sessionAfter sessi sessionAfter n nAlter
After making known his intention intentionProfessor IntentionProfesJOl intentionProfessor
Professor Stephens asked the choir at atrehearsal atreheallal atrehearsal
rehearsal to vote on the question as to towho towho towho
who should preside over the choir dur during durlag
ing his absence ab8en e By unanimous vote votethe votethe votethe
the honor ionor fell on Organist J J Mc MeClenan McCleflan
Cieltan Professor eor Giles was appointed appointedorganist appointedorganist appointedorganist
organist organistThe organistThe organistThe
The deficit d ftdt In the choirs excursion excursionfund excursionfund excursionfund
fund amounts only to about 270 which whichis
is remarkable thfttfaet considered that thatnot thatnot thatnot
not one cent of revenue was derived derivedfrom derivedfrom derivedfrom
from the trip p all al the choirs appear ¬
ances having havl been be n free freeTo freeTo freeTo
To raise this t money and provide providefund a afund afund
fund for the choirs summer sum er expenses expensesDirector expensesDirector expensesDirector
Director Stephens is 1 arranging for an anentertainment anentlrtalnmeat anentertainment
entertainment in the tabernacle April
5 which will be somewhat different differentfrom differentfrom differentfrom
from the concerts conference visitors visitorsare visitorsare visitorsare
are accustomed to Charles E John Johnson JohnJOD Johnson
son the photographer photo rapher < will 111 present by bymeans bymeans bymeans
means of the stereopticon ISO of the thebest thebPst thebest
best views lie obtained during the Cal CalIfornia CalIforula 1 11fomJa
Ifornia tour Director Stephens giving givingt I
t lecture I tu on the various scenes The Thechoir Thechoir Thechoir
choir will be seated in the front part partof partof partof
of the auditorium and will render con concert cohcert cobcert ¬
cert numbers from time tim to time timeCafe timeJ timeCafe
J s sCafe a
Cafe Observation Cars CarsThe CarsThe CarsThe
The new cafe observation obeervuon cars put puton puton j jon
on by the Missouri Pacific between ItetwwnKansas betweeaKanas betweenKansas
Kansas City and St Louis L uta on March 1 v i1
23 are proving the eaten e tft ot of the theIIOU sen senson senson
son Holders of firstclass Puilraan Puilraantickets Pdilrwntickets
tickets are entitled to seats in ob 01JlMorvi 01JlMorviI olervation ervii erviii
i I tion end of these cars without extra extracharge pxltaAUMUI8e extracharge
charge All AUMUI8e passengers genJ an sn the tin tunare l tin11O n nant
are entitled to use cafe cars for meats msaisYou m meatsYou is isYou
You can order what you want u 0 o > pat patand eatand at atand
and only pay for what wbatu you mu get Now Newdesigns Nowd Nowdesigns
designs d of china and cut glass glassThese Cla glassThese
These cars are in addition to the theregular t tresulal theregular
regular dining can which are run en ena1 < n nal aaI
al trains tTa1nsbetweea between Ogden Salt Lake Lakeand r Lakcand ke keand
and Kansas City Cit and St Louis via viaThe viaThe viaThe
The Missouri PacificRio Grande Grandethrough Grandethrour Grandsthrough
through car li linen IIllNThIs linenThis es esThis
This route compares fjaveral a9Il1j y with withthe wthtbe withthe
the oldest lines IllJetlln in the country Through Throughthe Throughtha rnOWPJth
the th wildest Vn mountain scenery nel ari the thegreatest he hegreatest bereatest
greatest reatest farming < connory C f Coterado CoteradoKansas CJIorwlJKansas ColoswloKansas
Kansas and Mlssewi MlssewiBe
Be on hand early as these th liaise tiainmust fJ liaisemust lD8 lD8mUAt
must go on time timeThis timeThis
This is also called The Worti Fall FaJrLine FallLine FairLine
Line LineWe LineVe
a a aWe
We Ve Meet Meetthe Meetthe Meetthe
the requirements of the seasons in un underwear underwearlight underwearlight ¬
derwear derwearlight light medium and heavy heavyweights heavyweights eavy eavywflgbts
weights in wool cotton and nd silk mixed mixedfabrics mixedfabriC mixedfabrics
fabrics fabricsBROWN fabriCBROWN fabricsBROWN
BROWN TERRY WOODRUFF CO CO1iG
186 Main street streetFamous streetFamous streetFamous
Famous Caricaturists Influence InfluenceThe InfluenceTbe
The overthrow of Tammany in New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York City will recall to the enemies of ofthat orthat ofthat
that society BO wty th the mighty upheaval that thatput Utatput thatput
put an end to the Tweed ring rin and seat sentTweed seatTeed seatTweed
Tweed himself into hiding in Spain SpainIi
Ii I is not known to everybody that one oneef oneM oneof
ef Thomas Nasts cartoons cat1 ns was the thecause thetause thecause
cause of the capture of the fugitive fugitiveOne furJtiveOne fugitiveOne
One of the Spanish Spa ltlb paNes po having lIMIt seetthe lIMItthE seenthe
the cartoon representing repr ttna Tweed in a acriminal acriminal acriminal i
criminal act caused the exiles exlle arrest arrestand arrestlnd arrestand I
and thus Justified Tweeds fear of ofNasts o oXast ofNasts
Nasts Xast pencil Arguments Ar uments might be an
Krered or defied de ed they were beyond the theunderatJading j junderstanding 1 1followtrs I Iun
understanding un < of many of the boss bossfollowers bossfollowers
followers But the picture brought broughtconviction brousbtcoDictlontn broughtconvictionin
conviction coDictlontn fn both senses sensesThomas sensesThomas IWN IWNTbomas
Thomas Nut has ha left tbe arena to toyounger toyo toyounger
younger yo unger men but he has lost none of ofhis ofhis
his Interest Int 5t in the good fight When WhenPresident WhenPresident
President Roosevelt was as a police com commissioner commisioner cornmissioner ¬
missioner the veteran cartoonist was wasdelighted wasa as asdti
a > < delighted dti htld with the efforts of the thepractical thepractical
practical reformer that Naat made a apal acoal acall
pal upon him and htirUly eongratu eongratulated eongratulatfd congratulaterl
lated Commissioner Roosevelt upon his hiswork biswork hiswork
work for g gwwl overnmeiit To his gut surupr1Ie gutpree
prse an S Naat t jras VaS as heartily heartilywelcome heartilywekomE heartilyweicOme
welcome t t40evolt < tfev elt U said Mr MrXa MrXa MrNact
Xa Nact t I I Ie t bdltirs lUIwi > from f m your car carto earI i
to t us in H jXVj l j Weekly Weeklyr555 t kly klyv
r555 v g
I FLEES FlE SRp FROM FROMHIS FROMHISW HISWIFE HISWIFEW HIS WIFE WIFEW
W H Herr Departs From FrornLake Salt SaltLake SaltLake
Lake When He Learns That ThatShe ThatShe ThatShe
She Is Coming ComingThe
The politic po department of thin city
has been requested to learn lea the where whereabouts wbereabouts whereabouts ¬
abouts of W H H Herr who has been beenemployed beenl beenas
employed l as a tehMjpash operator opera at atthe
the office of t the Western Union com company 001DPaDy cornpany ¬
pany A letter letter was cecved t ed several lleft
days ago a o by b cfcief C1el Hilton from fro a aman wo woman weman ¬
man Ja l Chicago Chi t who claims eIa1 clalato to he liewife Urn listwife
I wife of Herr and aactturt furtherclaims 1m that
he has left her penniless pennU and destitute destitutejsflef destituteinrhavIng
jsflef fltwrnt inrhavIng bftrittff sn smt it t a larms I re amount amouatmesieg of ofomr ofIIHIiIMr
IIHIiIMr omr wMdi lngei nged to toTIW her herThe herThe
The vnmiaat ws spt s4stethst atesjhayt 11 11u tIaat they lie were weremarried wemarried
married a1l u de Several eraYenl ral years ago and that thatshe t tshe thatshe
she has made efforts on numbers of oc occasions ICcasloDS orcasions ¬
casions to secure a divorce rCe from h her 1trSPOu herspouse r rspouse
spouse e but has been unsuccessful in ineach Inh Incb
each cb h case AIt Sfee SbecIsiea declares tfmt t she has aur hasreset hasreeettiet
reeettiet r reset l ern o fatoQMM that t Ben ta at atpresent atpruent t tpresent
present tootled in this city and re requests reqtHlts noquests ¬
quests the police to asffet aa a JMT er In 1aattempt her herattempt uscattempt
attempt to dlscorer dIIIooY hIs tounresmK Dflt loca location Joeaton listetlon ¬
ton and address a addr She has also written writtento
to an Attorney atf < 1Ie70 of o the city asking W Wassistance bi bia hisassistance
a assistance in seeming a divorce divorceAttorney divorcetorney divorceattorney
Attorney torney g A A SUfeerstein S tein who wlaoes has hasUtVMtimUjDfl baaiveeso
UtVMtimUjDfl iveeso es f tk tfrft am aw At t e Q request requestof
of Herr re relates aa entirely Different Differentstory 4lfferentstory 4ierentstory
story from that give given JI hjr the tileto wfmui wfmuito 5ipn 5ipnto
to the police authorities authorlt s t brlVett > rlve from fromdty fromcity rout routcity
city to city by the vengeance and JUlUe JUlUeor II4aPIteof apite apiteof
of his wife says the attorney is the thehistory thebIItory thehistory
history of gem who arrived in SattLake sItL sIt SaltLke
Lake some mofiay inU ago and Secured ecurette Securedemployment ecuredempMyment
employment e tat All n operator rater at the of office oCu oCutke oflice ¬
lice of the Wcstcm talon V Teiegraph Teiegrapheommiity TeIepapbeoMa Delegraphcompany
company eoMa He has spent the hut few fewyears feweats fewyears
years eats in a a number hWer of western nt cities citiestrying citiestrytag citiestyIng
trying vainly to hide himself f from his hiswife h hWIfe hiswife
wife who has been persistent in her herefforts hiDeftortiB herefforts
efforts so the attorney says to force forcehim forcehillt forcehim
him to tost the position t1on which 1t1eb he has hasbeen basbeft baabeen
been sacceoevful ulla ullaThe in securing secdrfBgThe securingThe
The man has used crefy means in inhis inlIis Inhis
his power to secure a divorce from the thewoman thewoman theWoman
woman and was wa on the verm verge Of being beingsuccessful bel belucceutul beingsuccessful
successful at one onetime time The action was wasgranted wugranted wasgranted
granted by a court m lUteata nur hut on onaccount OBaccount onaccount
account of a slight technicality the thedecision thedeei thedecision
decision deei lon of the court was set t aside at atthe atthe atthe
the earnest S6 solicitation of the woap womanSince woapSince woapSince
Since that time it is saM he baa heewandered hHwander baawandered
wandered wander d from one city to another DIJUtercuring se securing incuring ¬
curing a situation In eaeh ease but be being beIng belug ¬
ing driven away Wity by the threats of his hiswife hiswife hiswife
wife to come to the place and renew renewhostilities renewhostilities renewhostilities
hostilities A short while ago it Itsaid to tosaid Issaid
said he received a letter tternm rom the t e eman wo woman weman ¬
man saying that she lad made ar arrangements arrangementa anrantenti ¬
rangements to come to this city and andwould aodwOllid aidwould
would arrive here by the 1st of April AprilOn AprilOn AprilOn
On the 15th of this month he sent to iRre bin hteresignation binresignation
resignation re to the company COJl PIUtl and is not notthought BOtthought notthought
thought to be in the city at t this time tI
The resignation was purely voiun voiunon voluntary Oluptaron
on his hl part according to the statement statementof ta taof
of the Western estern Union people and was wassent warnsent u useJlt
sent in two weeks prior to the time of ofits ofIts ofIts
its taking effect effectMRsTelAKEMOREDEAD effectM
effecLoD
oD oDMRS
MRsTelAKEMOREDEAD MRsTelAKEMOREDEADPioneer MRS M BLAKEMOREDEAD RSBLAKEMOREDEADPioneer BLAKEMOREDEADPioneer
Pioneer Passes Away at the Age of ofi
i 76 6 Years YearsMrs YearsIrs YearsMrs
Mrs Mary Iary Spencer Spen Bhvkemore a apioneer apioneer a apioneer
pioneer who lived for a halfcentury
in Salt Lake died yesterday a attemoM attemoMof terno ternoof
of old ae and general debility Mrs MrsBlakemore KnBlakeno MrsBlakmnore
Blakeno Blakemore was 811 the wife of one of ofof otof ofof
of Brigham Youngs Youngsftr first JJIde JJIdeand gardeners gardenersand gardesersand
and was 88 welt known J throughout the thestate thestate thestate
state stateFor stateF stateFor
For F r some time past Mrs Blakemore Blakemorehas Blake Blakehas Biakentorhas
has been in failing Ilthg health The end endcame endcame endcame
came at 44 4i46 yesterday e terday afternoon afternoonThe afternoonTbe afternoonThe
The deceased was ws born in Liverpool LiverpoolEngland LiverpoolEngland LiverpoolEngland
England Oct 7 1836 and came to this thiscountry tit titcountry thiscountry
country when n a young woman W m She Sheeast Sheeaat Sheeast
east her lot withthe with the Mormon people peopleand taeoPkand peopioand
and in the year 152 came to title city citywhere dtye citywhere
where e h has resided since sinceFor lrinFor sinceFir
For years ear ea her husbandattended Ddt to tothe tothe tothe
the garden belonging to toYoung Brigham BrighamYoung BlisaPYoung
Young but by their thrift thriftir Mr and andMrs aDdfr andMrs
Mrs Blakemore gathered together togethersome toseuersome togethersome
some valuable property pro ty and were at atone atone atOne
one time welltOdo Their home was waslocated wulocated waslocated
located on a piece lece of property owned ownedby ow owby ownedby
by them near Fourth street and City CityCreak CityCr CityCreak
Creak Cr k canyon A few years ago how however however however ¬
ever they lost the property by a real realestate nales realestate
estate es te deal It Is claimed that she sheand sheand sheand
and her husband huab nd laboring l o under the theImpression theImpre theImpression
Impression Impre lon that they were en signing a adeed adeed adeed
deed of sale signed ned a mortgage and aadthis andthis andthis
this was foreclosed fOIeClo ed without their re receiving re receiving recalving ¬
ceiving a cent for the home The Theproperty Theproperly Theproperty
property then passed into the hands ef efan DCan ofan
an innocent purchaser and the right rightial rlfhtuI rightful
ial uI owners ownersM Of 1 It never recovered retOv tecl pos possession pose poesession ¬
session se although there te a salt t mow mowpending nowpending w wpendl
pending pendl g to settle the matter matterNo matttrNo r
No arrangements for the funeral funeralhave funeralhave funeralhave
have as yet been made
GETS CASH KEEPS BOOKS BOOKSPersuasive BOOKSPersuasive BOOKSPersuasive
Persuasive Agent Lures Many Wo Women Women Women ¬
men Into Parting < With Coin CoinThepresence CoinThe CoinThepresence
Thepresence The presence In the city of a silvery silverytongued stivertongued silverytongued
tongued book agent who sings ngs a siren sirensong aireDsong sirensong
song collects in advance and then thenskips taenkips thenskips
skips without ileMVerinf the goods goodshas goodsbas a ahas
has caused a awaSt waft to go up to the po police po potce palice ¬
lice department depar tom from om citizens clt who whoI OclaIm whoclaim
claIm they hdtent nt obtafJed I their
moneys worth worthTht worthTIM worthThe
TIM cause of this wail according A to tothe tothe tothe
the statements of a poltcecer police ncer ap appeared appeared appeared ¬
peared in the ettar tg about < a atweek week ago agorepresenting agorepre agorepresenting
repre representing entlrir 1I1 nimsW as tee t ellt agent for forseveral forSeveral forSeveral
several klnfis of nugaeines and books booksthat booksthat booksthat
that take Ute womens fancy The Thestranger Thestranger
stranger had a prepossessing Plepo8e Ug appear appearance appearaJl appearante ¬
ante and possesses P9 p9a5 lingual accompliah accompliahroents sceomplishme ccomp1i3bments
roents me It 1 Is jt o > thatwould that would make a aphonogr apRoDogr aphonogrph
pRoDogr phonogr pb ph enrteua eni tu With Vith persuasive persuasiveelocution persuasiveeocutiuii I
elocution he sounds the praises of his hisbooks bisbooks hisbooks
books until til teBpe4 the ppll Lousewife pur purbook purchases
cha chases es tHifot dii otjntt 1iti eUrIosit7to tIrio Me the thebook f fDook
book that elicit such oratorical ora ebul ¬
litions litionsThe JltlODtJThe S S
The agent it itin ia clslajed chil 8ed breaks the thenews thenews
news 8 goody g tJy that the term t of his com company cempaay campuny ¬
puny are cash in 11 advance and the thebook thebook thebook
book will be sent within a few f w days daysHe clapHe daysHe
He will 1n even accept partial payments paymentsit
it is said but th the magazines or books booksnever boonever beausnever
never appear appearSeveral appearSeveral appearSeveral
Several complaints have reached reach the theears tMeIS theears
ears of the officers and a lookout for forthe ferUe forthe
the agent is being kept by the tbtef minions minionsof
of the law lawSONGS lawCEo lawSONGS
CEo 0 0SONGS
SONGS HEARD 1500 MILES MILESj MIL MILESTabernacle S STabernacle
j Tabernacle Concert May Be Listened Listenedto Listea Listeato
to in Chicago ChicagoIt Ch cago cagoIt
It is not altogether alt gether unlikely that at atsome atsome atsome
some date in the near future a coMOrtgiven ctdven coMOrt ceseertgiven
given in the tabernacle win be heart bee by bythe bythe
the surrounding country and possibly possiblyas y
as far east as i Chicago by means JM8 of ofcourse off ofcourse I
course of f the telephone The plan was wassuggested warnsuggested
= suggested to Manager Matasder IepboneM Murray l of f the theRocky th thRocky i iRocky
Rocky Mountain BfrTelepboDe Ben Telephone company companyyesterday companyyegteday 111II7 111II7yerday
yesterday also to Director Stephens and andOrganist andOrpniat sadOrganist
Organist MeCtelten and ad M heartily ap apupnwe appeeve
I prove of the schesae schesaeTo ae1tellieTo scheTo
To handle tile mattel effectively a few fewexperiments fewexts fewexpirbuellin
experiments exts would w be required Three Threegreat TIareegreat Threegreet
great telephones could be placed In the thetabernacle thetaberDacle
tabernacle with large megaphone ne at attachraenU atI atItadamentB t ttadunenirn
tachraenU and these competing with one onewire onewire
wire would ft is believed carr carry the tbesound tbPMUDCI thePound j
sound wherever there is a Ulc UlcNot telepilsisi UM UMNot lIneNot
Not only might the concert ke kehi listened to tohi
hi Wyoming omilho Idaho and 11 11byM byM Mon MonColorado Monissa but j i I
Colorado eo could H be cot In by a eosuMCtioa eosuMCtioawith cistSWCtiOSwith I
with the Colorado Bell n Telephone system systestat systemS y yat
at Cheyenne and there Is a ossthUtty wtltd1lilttytbat ossthUttycage S
that wires betweeI1Chttnne between Cheyenne and Cd riicage j jcco
cage could be leased tea and brought brou trt lat latpeffect j je I IeUeet
effect eUeetrd5e KorMea rd5e e recently tl sung to peG see several ¬ i iKorMea I Ieral
I Ieeheme
eral hundred mfies away by such a ascheme ascheme
scheme eehemeco
em emSUICiDE co coSUIGIDEAT
I IGustav
SUICIDE SUIGIDEAT AT MURRAY MURRAYGnstav MURRAYGustav
Gustav Peterson Peterson a Smelterman Pats PatsBallet PiltsBullet PutsBullet
Bullet in Rill Brain BrainIn
In a hay 118 mow IDO at Murray Xu dead with a abullet abullet abullet
bullet wound over MB rl right ht eye and with witha wtt wtta
a Kcalibre > revolver re lver by his side Ifd Gu Oustar OustarPeterson Oast tav tavPeter a v vPeterson
Peterson o was found yesterday Ever Everthing Eveory Eveorything Everthing >
thing pointed to suicide although althou h no nocause nju noclaw
cause u ha halO been assigned 1i1ll18n d except a pumtnit 1Jtlbilstppolnrmnt posetbitdlsinpolntment
lstppolnrmnt in 10 10pptrron love lovePeteran >
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HE wa was thrifty thriftyea thrlft t
and dll a1 in
had consider conoij
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one of the Salt Lk lk j ti
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Deput ShErifT JiOb III tr trof
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phoned of the dl diseve < r tl to g r
Shea ea at th < couutv j k ksummon r
summon Justice uf ti t > p l j
as ooroner Jusdee Jua JuaXmiflatIon McMm d
lamination XD nation 01 1 t the clinli nk
wblclb Wehtbs tbe mndillo n
body bOdYWssiond 1
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that ami al
it was IJ cle Clearly I ra rathat a
that no inquest Inque > wasn w D > UT f fPeterson rn
Peterson n is laid 5s to hav ha
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try
S STsessIss
FACULTY FOR FOR LDSU LDSUTk 08 u I
T TsessIss x
MFiNew 11 1lew Ins InsS c cia
S ia tIa4 tktList List
Tk The board of
trustees
of th hf T Tthe
da day Saints University has Lar I
the president p to eilgM ergsgcorps the allll1 n r rHigh r
COfjllll or teachers for the Ilw
Yar y 1 ia
1011I Joshua H H Paul
Jll B Ph p i itdeftt
D
Meat professor 0 philS phiIphv h t c
M Kills Ph B M j jHigh j
High school I professor profes or of f hls hihn IlI it 1 1go
go te tHanard Harvard on furlough
H ir
Chamberlain B 8 8 D I H B Ilrof lrofea i lrr lrrfurlough
blokg twig go to John5 HPkil I
furlough Bryant ant K f Hi H liikev k > v y B R r
D j
Pd M Ace principal prinetpaigartmeut I Vi4t U H 3
gwtsmmt JartlllalL profess 5fr5fl or o oHenry eo ± 3
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Henry Peterson 15 R i p prin Nino
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