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SJhe S1UBItANIJLEAD rr3R c o T THE HE S SALT A L Tj L LAK t K t d E HERALDI h R A LD Forecast Foe WEATIIER for TODAY TODAYSJhe Salt Lake c crr3R e ePartly
141 Partly Cloudy CloudyJ CloudyESTABLISHED
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Apprcves Route For Oregon Short Line in Califor CaliforniaActive CaIifornia
niaActive nia Activ Construction to Begin at Once OnceI OnceCorection
Connection YiH be Made W With ith Souther iPacffic at Banning BanningTl1ck BanningTrackage
I Tl1ck Trackage e Secured Over Santa re
I NNNCEXET 0l CEJONT made aa corn cornA
A A ing dirett drei from E B Harriman Banimaathat
that work ork OB te California ex exttnlion oxtenjn
ttnlion nf the Oieyn abort Ule Ii to tobt tobe
bt rtunwt on an I hmnonie acaJe wit witI with withth
I b1 a nnth rn nth TIIo TbOUIaada Of ea Ie to tolit tob
lit b plltrl p1k t 4 lit t work 011 1 lb 4iffeNDt di dii dlviajuns
viajuns i ions and the Ill HOP k to be rushed JU8bedto
to eornt1O mVttlol a as eon on W fble fblerakg peb4iTratktg
rakg rights hey been It secured IIee1Indfrom securedfrom
from OH Santa re and I 0 order to get IIetthlluh getthuh
thlluh trains runaJa runnIng at Ute earliest earliestcIb t trlilh
rlilh cIb dat date betweea salt tft Lake and andjJJs and141s
jJJs Angle the SaDbf nt re will be used u8edtfml usedtemVrartly
tfml temVrartly Jfarily < from Daswett to Lr An Anfl Anp
fl or way of Barftdw and Cajon CajonJId Cajonp5
JId p5 d distance ot 158 miles Later LatMnn Lateronne
onne nn lion will Je e made with tile main makaIIni mainjim
jim or the So Soathern therD Penile at Ban Banning sn snsing
sing Thence etptv eightyeaves mUse of tile tileSoUI1frn theSoutirfl
SoUI1frn DaeUe track w be used U8edIDIo1 usedioIi
IDIo1 Ioocele8 Ioocele8Rr los ogeles ogelesRy
Rr UJng this route the Oregon Short ShortwW
wir probably be able to Pi tnl tnlrunnlD trains trainsrunniDg
runnlD runniDg from rom Salt Lake to Los Angeles Angeleslwinr
bPfnrf th > San n Pedro hut the Ban Banl1r SanFi1r I
Fi1r l1r will have a much shorter JIBe linePind I IFid
Fid Jitter Bottt BotttThp ZontThe
The orllinal plans for the California CallfondantnIion Californiaaitrnon
ntnIion o of t1 te Short Un COIIteaa COIIteaaplated c4templated
plated a connection wftlt tile Southern SothenPI
PI Ulc at Palm SPrhll caa L nlI nlII nin ninmis
mis I S from BanO C g Later surv7f surv7flepever WY WYJIorfer
JIorfer dl108ed that fact cut a 1 beter
er route could be rCRllld b connect CODDeCtDr
I Dr at Banning Banningr j
Ar r Harriman Inspected the ma ma1llile maps mapsV
1llile V tile in Loa Angeles JOO aiw pve Ve his ap apwoval i
IrOVill woval t III stated olIS1g his a apronl ap approval
pronl sine the an annoucomont meltt that tbattit thatthe
tit wort WIt to be resumed ne soon 8OOapo soonU
t U po possl tie ant grading con conto contracts
to 64 IAt wit within tln a moat moatTIle monthTb
TIle Tb ALmlqtoa entog to 1ft Utah rtaf 1 1r
f l r ady y untfOr IOntIQtt Ion I Itall really th thrrromDW11ctmen the thererommncement
rrromDW11ctmen of ih IN work on tile theallfornia
allfornht fXtfODJd6i1 The andl giadlug on ontllilis onIMa
tllilis IMa Is to e comM by Jan 1 1 1jlld 1I 1Iir1
jlld ii wi1 bfO laid bameflia bamefliahind immetiy be behind
hind tM ItradflIB 811 that tbis thl part of ofthe I Ilhe
the work ork will be completed aC according <
10 planL lna early In lr lMI lMIRertnDln 1SZReginaing I
RertnDln at link Lake the Calf Callfurnia
fnll furnia Inc wfll pass westward around f
Ii point lf the sesualalu slung the thejd
tt jd 4ij of the 0Q1dnIa 0Q1dnIatIC Oqub th rnge sm
Hi tIC Intotb into tle present U line below belowI in inIgiu
Igiu I hill From Leamlngtou to Cal CaJIrnt8 Calint j
Irnt8 int t tb line I is a already eou inIcted inIctedW
W n oJ operation operationThe < lltl < m c cape
ape CJfJt q I
The mllJ ma pa ot the joint urv srvey through I
Nevada have been completed aa all alltat n ntlat
tat remain 00 now is tH apP appcwal 1 of ofth ofth
th maps by the boards of directors directorsof I
of tM two toads and b ty t the courtS gnd lid
+ Wa Vhingtn hinIWn April prll HThe rH Demo Demorati me meratio +
+ ratio 4 TfNliO 1 amPillan Om +
+ mittef > aJI a teeth of couultatlelul 4
4 ljlh IfOairt in d dffer tfe nt part of the + i iou
4 ou oury trr ha has agreed on the following + I
+ Xautive t to be formally +
I + 11nouIIcd at zrh the < next PX el meeting on t + 1
+ I icu IIOm ao hit hteh < b otC1I oeura Bfln T +
4 Cablt lIIinolt chairman Lewis +
+ Nixon tlon Nfw fork haia of the +
+ rI1an tThancp IOmmitt eoTnmtttee Da11d Oft Oftml Orermr
+ ml mr KAnsa Thoma Tauart +
+ 1n4lanaJllU Rihard Olaq U Unu Mama 4 +
4 nu nutta fttO 81d DaniEl S Lamont New 4
4 iork 4 4GOT
+ + + t + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
tuck of t Palmetto PaimettoStats Stat Woman W Who WhoWrote O OWrote
Wrote to mn mnISrtal MInerLSpela1
ISrtal to The Herald HeraldBoi HeraldPoi
Poi Arrll ru 11 All Boise I e Is today talk
inE h nf or nf fates pranks which If It Itr Itcen
cen r Olhhfd fo for b by anyone wa raW his
1 ban Thoma DBabbitt ii sniggt auperlnteD ent
d Sr t the DEWy mint
wy would DOt be be be
h IIvpd fd lr r Babbitt bbitt ha has persona kaowt
de d lIf the ineidfllt aDd gtv gtvcu It tb tb4mp the
tmp 4mp of trllt trlltIss
niaa Iss S1 Leonard of AtOe N C
1 s till th
hlk IWOrKD cron Reeeatly she put a ai
i 1f1T H tte in Ihf th mails merely addressed to toI
I A infr Thunder Mouat1n There Thereas
I 1 DO m mail > il roul route to tile r tamp but after
j1ous anltrtnp the mlBflve reached
I III 1Wi lPwev mln mine The Tli epl tleeoDtabsecJ a aworded I
iy 1fQr worded fd request to take up a mine I IMr Iiwr
Mr iwrM I
M 1 fin fir the misers merely 1aq11fId
ThII thy rl red d the letter ap again ind nd
a ah hl At t litt as their Inherent p gaAlantry lanty
erted Illtli In 3n fiorantrie trle way They
106 oea 111I u 8 chtl fo or II sad POCIfted her
f what thy th bad done botty after
lliooo an Id Yohjl wh dong ion a ssse t work they theyA
1 r it ood Eln
Tho Tb
A mitul claim Ie s close to o the theeroup
1tY eroup UP and hi e estimated to be
J IIOMb ° rth frOl 1I 111 to t Aa It was
rfUlarl ha rri rc d In he name It eems
ba IlhtlnfOt1 a small fort fortue fOIII tile th
lIlf1 d ink u f 1T r v vr vFl1e stamp and pen penrue
rue ilL ChJea ChJealllkaJ tThleag
rill lllkaJ inl HFIre de sev v
TI at NInetvson inet a at CoIn
rd1 a 1l1 this a terncoa afterncos etaJIJag taUhIIr
ht I Josa of o 1 Another fire destroyed
hl Ia Rent t anartt bt3dlng one of I
nttwo t t1ro t r I s kind Ia Chicago e
I I fmiiiva iiitS oecupled octp It ftIIeeDU Iseently
t 11 uor ff 111 n h half If of u tt IIIOftd ye
n who hO had
t not nt found
t quartfr fO wIibOat
U ty vb u dif
1 1
i = = = =
ill iut 4getniusit t This will be ao ec eccoplIsbes
coplIsbes by May 1 I It Is expected expeetecLTile expectedThe
Tile I lte adottted hy tho th Harrtmaa HarrtmaaMIWI Harrtmaaned
ned swings southwesterly from caL caLten caLlenin
ten lenin taJmdst lIOutherly noutherl throu throutlle througthe <
the MedowVaUey eadowV w wash to Mar x xthence Met Metthence
thence lIOV uwthwestedy weeterly to Bird BIniiJMiqs BirdSprings
Springs peon Jtem rem CaUeftt to Bird BtrCSptl Birdpr1nga
Sptl p pam tile roads are paraILa paraILabut rall4
b but at this point tile Short LIne turn turnha turnsIn
ha a na muo1 more 80 southerly direction directionthin i
thin t tb n Pedro coating close to tothe I
the t tenniIe the CaHfomla East Eutetn Easterit
etn Dear the state line north O Man Manvel Manvol
vel velTo
To construct tb this section of roAd It Ithi Itis
hi proposed to work both from Ca Cai Caliatea
i iatea ates aid Qd from a joint t Dear Manve Manve8QppUea ManveLSopplie
8QppUea will be bruaght In through throughallentes
alletea over the Short Line and andthroutk
th throutk 1a Kaavel over the Santa Fe FeCalilornAii and andCIUorni
CalilornAii Eastern Work WIll he heprWeCutt bepr1secutEd
prWeCutt both tb ways from the boat Gt GtMar 01ilupplics
ilupplics Mar ManveL ManveLOvseaesthaSantaPL
0 OvseaesthaSantaPL OvseaesthaSantaPLFrom the Santa PL PLFrom
From the NevMaCaUfOntIa Itate Itatenet stat
line net the route ows II the lvanpaJt Ivanpekvalley
valley an andskIrta < seuthwedterfy tbe tedy along
the westen IdOlb < the Providence ProvidenceWOUntaine
l WOUntaine untal ntll tb of Soda lake lakeat lakeat
at the headwaten 1 the MOjave rivers I1vere riverscrossea
e crossea the 8 daut Fe a La and andgoes
goes 8OUtJtwut southwesterly tJteriee across the
Baa Bernardino range Ie Banning For Fortemporary Fortemporary
temporary u ue It Is salij t 8 track will
be laid from hnett on tile Sa Saitta ta Fe FeSD
SD the Mojave river to Soda IAJe
Tbe plan for construction or the per perUon
tIon or the road in California Is to e8 e8dIne es
tablith dIne eallllhJ at Dqgett and andat
tilt 8odaLakf Soda Lake beIddeII the Oft Bear Bearad nearnveI
nveI ad push work at Scat up the theve theave
ave ve rtft La Later a camp will be
tllbed at IAldJo and work will willoalrled willrred
oalrled rred as I Is both dlreetlontJ dIrect1on on the thep thepnlanent
p line liney ftneMy
My y 1J5 tfne S t JMcineers JMcineersre
hrre re Is a pA tbtltty that Southern
Paci PtcISa e engaeepe may be called In to toaid toaid
aid In the wGiit wO construction and
it if Cfftai certaIn that the resources 01 the
Southern heblc will he cal14kt ngen
to help ptt get the read umpletecl InC1il hi Cal
It ifornia iforniaIt om1 om1It
It a not iIeyond tif ran range e or peel peelability
ability that the Orqea bort Line will
have Ua threug trains 118 running between betweenAIIpJes
Lmheui Angeles wWII a ahe a7OX
7OX I IThe
he 1Z t ih IQJUte It tM tMtr
t LlIe makes It tr Nr
i urn bltve y
t1aJib tblrt to y ue the shorter line
between the t two cities Startt Starting oat oatutely outabpolntely
abpolntely utely 1 ItralJtlftelied hy the denim
bIIty of using e ltlUf lines as much muchaa
aa poesr the tI eD engineers < of the Sao
Pedro ha hate e located what comet as asMar asnear
Mar a as possible to being RU n air line
Supat la te leplaca Rim But Not NotIntedlteiy
IecIiateIy IecIiateIyWuhlnctoa IntedlteiyWashington
Washington April nSecretary totlae totlaeeat to the
President eat Cortolou today sent the t tel
lowing Jettet to Secretary of tire Tress Tceuury Tressury
ury Bbaw 8Mwl
1 alii directed by the Jlftlllldeat to say y
that after Batching < carefully to u tM thecharge
charge b a and countercharges atfe affecting tlng
Mesers 18 Foiaderiy s JlltcbJe and Xc
8w Sweeney ney and without tx expresetug any
judgment upon then cluratB or assenting ad
thell truth iUI to any or aD of the gentle gentlemen
men concerned < be bas decided that a atU41Uon asituation
situation tU41Uon exists ilt which It 1 for taw good goodof
of the rertie that a eolllplete change changeshould
should be mrI and new IIIeII altpotDtfd In inall
11 three Wen InftSpoD8e In to a re request me mequest I
quest for his realgeatlon XI PodeIiY Pow derbr
aint nt Kr JFltches l e ter term has
pired and Jib wuna Williams tau been Ion 10mmated a aated
ated to maceed tWQ Mr Sargeart t will wtuItptaCfJ willrepaco
ItptaCfJ 4r Powdevt although de will willnot
not be able to take office for some weeks weeksto
to come comtThe comeYhe
The pn president also requests me to re request me mequest
quest IJto to fOrward a copy of t this let Ifotter lettee
tee te 2r Mdh McSweney with a request
for his feelguatlon tIon and to appoint JoepII
furra Murray in Mr cSweeneys place placet placeCOUNTY
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+ 4 4
4 1
Mli11e April 11The removal removalof +
+ of the county seat from COahlUe COahlUeto 4
4 to ParJr tty fly ia pin belllC act acttatecl +
4 tEed fluuon will m be voted YOtedon 4 4on
+ on next ll and preparations are arebfi 4
4 bfi being made for a contest beside beeIdewblch +
4 whIch the struggle le for political eal8Upre 4 4supremacy
+ 8Upre supremacy between the two twotM per perties +
+ tM In tide COURty will sink Into bttotJWip Into1nsIgntce +
+ tJWip 1nsIgntce 4 4a 4The
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
a 0 0TIle
TIle Presbyterian Creed CreedWuhinctoa Cree CreeWashington
Washington AprillLTbe April iLThe Presbyterian Presb1terlatee PresbyterianC0mmlttee
C0mmlttee tee 011 the revision 0 the creed
total e completed I the article on the kh khtf sraee
tf of God wJalcla 1 to form a part of Ute
bIIe statement of doctrt doctrine to be prwpared
for the acdGa of t the eoeral aasswnty
Se 3etn of the articles of this BtatellleDt
have now esh completed via vizrelating 1 1re1ati
re1ati relating to Cod the divine PUlpOM the tbecrwation thecreation
creation tIte tli revelation el election electionthe < bt
the grace ce t God l leaving vIn about ten to
be preJlaM prepsi
preJlaMis 5 5rnbshew
rnbshew is Moot MootLon XodestI4endou
Lon I4endou 41 nIt Is uncIentOOCS Lord
Kltdaeaer ks asked the king not to toCOronation togive
give hInt a COronation decOrations it 1
tile Boer rnja II not ended by that time
I Division 0 ofllintailforestReser f U ntalforestR eserve eservePetition ye yePetition
Petition of Owners of Cattle and nd norses to nave ilave the Sheep Kept Off a Certain fart fartIf Partf
If f the Grazing lands Is s Acted Upon FavorahlVfJoundaries Pav rablgfloundaries of the thei theReserved
i Reserved TractKea TractKearfl1tfrge ns Jfir fJrge Withdrawal
Secie t The Herald Herald111u Herald7AHtNyroN
111u 7AHtNyroN l Ap I 11TM com comVV coiny
VV y aUIkNter el the paeralJAnd genemni land of ofAce ofbe
Ace h tIechI decided fter er J s cohllld cohllldtfo cunaldsettles
settles tfo oC JM pejthj by Ute re residents of
the towns t Woed Woedlsi Ka Karnas and
X Mrio t a divilllon of the west end endof endof
of Ute Ulntah forest reserve shall h4 h4JM b bmade
JM e bet between betweenMen Ute sett and sheep sheepBIeR
BIeR The neejuayy y ef the Interlot hay havI haylug
I lug appro approved Ute granting Ute petitions petltlomsthe
the area erthed beio below Ma MaBet been beenset
Bet Art > f tot t t the cattle and the horses boniaof
of MtUenl lit adjoining > towns u tol tolIowa 101iowa
Iowa iowaCommencing
CommencIng at a point Where the theweat thewest
west line tJr the reserve crosses tM tMProvo theProvo
Provo river In the town of Woodland
thpce Meter17 eae1 about eleveniniks levea JIII tot
lowing the main brunch ot the p Prove Proveriver vo
river to the point about two asSes JIIftnabove asSesabove
above Soapstone creek thence ruDftln ruDftlnr running runningf
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It is to Clear k Womans Name and andNot andNot
Not For E tate tateSpeeIa1 BetateSpecial
Special to TIle Herald HeraldNew HeraldNew
New York April lLAccordlng to a
state made de today 1ty Xi Miss GeOCKI Qeurglanna
anna Strunck her ground in the actt actiOn n
brought in OKdea den to get aside the decree decreelleCured decreesecured
secured by Elias Strunk III that the court
In which the ca case was tried had ha no n JUlia
diction SIte was decidedl decidedly reticentallll reticentallllat reticent and andat
at tIItIt refused to make a statenteRt of ofallY ofany
allY kind reIatI relating g to the case Ji1Da11y
tt tti
i o oIz
Iz IziIE 1J 1JJ 1Jf
r f i iIE Iii I i f
+ c r I II I Ibe
5 1 be shesald Mid Ne ftltate Is volved in this
case If we win It we WIll not be a peon I
D ric richer r We have
if ftOpeDld It sImaiy y 811 a
I 0 matter U of prtndple Tht court had no
4 1t Hi Jurisdiction and I JJlVpoIIe to prove this
pfl 4 fact and thereby clear lIlY mClltJaer m tber who I
0 0 hai grieved ed few fe ycari ev and who Is nolr
3AVn Perisusly III al t wI he That 8 all 1 i
wV can Nt sa now Whfla
i m be matter tter Is HIt
10 tied I will
0 make a COmPlete tatement tatementEverybody
C Everybody Gets Partial Pardon PardonHavana Pardont
t Havana April nAn order grant
kAl A s 4 ing partial artial pardon tr aI all thp who
ROWi 0WnfG MQE OF arf ar un Ufldrgoiny ifrJojn < IiI > Or honfr > SEnten I
1 I
northerly shoot six mIi jg the bed bedof
of the north fork of 1gee liver liverthence
thence running hi a WOti direction directionalong
along the dIvide btw bead of ofBoulder
Boulder creek and thn d dhouse
house creek nd con wet on onthe
the same dhide that Beaver Beaveror
or Kansas creek from th fork forkof
of Weber river until It the line lineof
of reserve thence suth suthfln
fln of the reserve unt as the thePromo
Promo river the in e ll chug
This action was takg repro reprosentatlon
sentatlon of Sant filr who flIed flIedthe
the foregoing doorl4bSL an ac accoanpanying
coanpanying thuiii wTtj muada muadatione
tione that the d4piir take such suchsteps
steps as weukl be te t at the thepeople
people affected affectedSenator
Senator Kearns 1 ftce1p of a apetition
petition from the IrrJgjWeSiIjQe IrrJgjWeSiIjQea
a copy of whIch has iqg Seat z the thesecretary
secretary of the intrlij aIajin that thatamong
among the most I mat mattees
tees considered b Ui IStIJOIl C0 C0vention
vention was that It oJervatIon
TttlSWIIY ILIS WllllLSllOTfffji WllllLSllOTfffjiWailer fff SflOT llfVlN llfVlNWailer
Wailer Makes an Address Addressjn in His Own Behalf BehalfAdmitting Admtting He Exe Executed ExeutedHeIpIess
cuted utedHeIpIess Helpless Prisoners and Contending That Such SuchaCourse
a Course Was Proper and Necessary I
if AILA AprlllLMajor Apr1t 1Ltajor LythtoR LythtoRW
M I yi W T Wailer lIer of the marine ecH1Je ecH1Jewho coqistvho
who Is being tried by courtJlMlr courtJlMlrUal courtaserflat
flat on the charge or executing Samar Samarnauves Sarnarnatives
natives without trIal addressed the thecourt thecourt
court today The major said he was waseither waseither
either right Or Wrong In his ACtiO ACtiOaINI actions actionsand
and added dd d that he desired to cite five ftveprecedents fiveprecedents
precedents which cameunder the head heador 1dof
or his own case He alluded to tile tilenaval thenaval
naval battle of Santiago and Ute hu hernanlty
Da rnanlty lu he bad shown the Spaniards Spanlardwho Spaniardswho
who were captured and said Id he had hadIBIIny hadmany
many l totters tters from Spaniard tltaJlJ1ar
hint for the kindness he bad shown sboWJ1them shownthem
them themContinuing themContinuIng
Continuing the m said that in
tIS i be wu with the British forees In InEgypt inEgypt
Egypt where Arabs captured pickets picketsof
of Bengal C8v cavalry IO decapitated the thePIi thepdoners
PIi and placed their heads on onpOle oz ozpoles
pOle Afterward all the Arabs were werecaught werecaught
caught and loot without trial trialDurlog trialDuring
During the campaign n In China the
Chinese e mutilated th the dead and tor
tured the wounded to death COIIIe COIIIequently Comaquentty
quently when a Boxer or a fanatic 8 8tRJured was wasplpred
tRJured plpred he wu exeeuted I Imliedi Imliediately I Iately
ately without trial This Th wag 88 t true Ia Iatile inthe
tile case of the troops 0 of every nation nationIii tion tionIII
III China ChIn It was true during the three threeweeks threeweeks
weeks he commanded the Americans ADterieIUIthere Americansthere
there But the f same thing occurred OCC1Irredlater occurredlater
later wb n lee was no J 1onet nser la coat 0JaIJn8nd coatmend
mend 1
Believes He Did Right RightNo BIghtNo
No JRI woteet t was made and he bad badevery
every right t to believe t his acts actswere actswere
were approved so far 88 Ute AJetkan AJetkanf Aaseykanforces
f forces were oon concerned erned < He knew they thfOYwere theywere
were approved by tho e of other Da Datlonlt astions
tlonlt tionsIt
It Is Impostlible to Conceive such suchtreachery uehtrMchery
treachery as that of the natives ot otSamar ofSamar
Samar saId the major They revel retlin revelIn
in blood and have an appetite for forwanton forwanton
wanton sacrilege of the human body I IThe
The Sends stole Captain Comelrs cJa dana i img
mg filled the soldiers bodies With
jam and jell jelly and attempted to murder murdermy
m my command I shot them I KIn KInestly boaeatly I
estly thought then that t was doing doingright doingright
right and 1 believe so 00 now Neither Neithermy fith r rmy
my Pfo people le nor the world orld will 111 believe me meIn i ito
to h a murderer murdereraptaln
aptaln Arthur T Manx marine marinen1rp marinenrps 11 11aptaln
n1rp TPppspnrlng Majnr ajor Wa WaIler II fr in a aon atorcttut
torcttut on u1 auument ent m taued ibM thetcO
cO >
< c c
and eontrol or the watersheds of ofI
I U Uttk and that consjdem 1e feeling batt he hebeen
I been aroused on account of the recent recentpropoeecl recentproposed
proposed fo foroit t 1CIenre order of the theI thesecretary
I 1IeCT secretary > try which ll1eh hu nerved aa 3n In Inntlve Incentive
centive ntlve tom the JSoekmuters and andlato speoug speouglators
lato lators to exert umselVe5 A5 tQe tile Jlev Jlevdid never neverdid
did before to get J05IeIMIIoR of the theatersbe theWatersheds
Watersheds bT purehplng and beat beatlag I Ito
to aIPGa curtain port portions ns of the pro projected proJected
jected re ervTile reserveThe
Tile delay In IssuIng the order for forthe
the withdrawal of the lands from cn entry
try after the announ announcement < ment of the In Intention Intentioztto
tention tentioztto to do 110 Is working Irreparable IrreparableInjury IrreparableInjury
Injury to agricultural Interests luiereststhe the pe petltitetera
tlU neni state t and they urge upon the thesenator
senator that the contem eontempleted ed order or orwithdrawal ofwithdrawal
withdrawal be made without delay and andthat andthat
that it be made to apply to all water
llhedtllrl shed In ue state stateSenator
Senator K Tcser s win dlsCU8tbls with withtbe withthe
the secretary retr oC the l iiterior rloralH1 and make makean i iaa
aa drort to ha have the nuttier adjusted adjustedIn
In hannony np with the Inter Interests s of all allcon allconcerned
con concerned
Wallets actions were justified by mar
Ual Jaw lawA quoting numerous dthorlUee dthorlUeeI
o oil the subject CaptaIn Harlx also alsoMid alsosaid
I Mid he regretted that the HOecu prosecun on
had 8ee see ftt to can General Smith
I He claimed that all the testimony went wentI
I to show that the major was justified
At the conclusion of the arguments
for the deten defense e the general feeling W8
I tht the result of the trial would be the theacquittal theacquittal
acquittal of the major majorc majorAMALGAMATED c
I Lawson Says He Believes it Will Ad Advance Advance
vance Very Soon Soonr SoonBoiton
r Boetoo April 11In testifying In a
libel suit today Thomas Lawson said saidhe
I he believe < Amalgamated CoP CoPwould Copper Copperwould
would soon go up uplie
I fr Store Storey asked Mr L Lawnn WHtl It be
Lad not attackedcertala attacked
certain companies for or orperscmal
I perscmal pin thus goln going qaiMtwhat against what
he had advertised eo concerning Montana
G Gas
It was not for or enIOIIal pin that I Iattacked I
attacked the LawtOn Sto Store Service Servicecompany
company or the General Electrte wag wa
the answer It was wa 1Matue the one
bad attAcked me aDd th the other had at
ta taflked ked Ute We Westinghouse tin 1aou8e company in inwhich
which 1 was iBterest intereetrdYou
Y You u advised t the public to buy Ar Arcudla
cadl8 dldn dldnt t you your Mr Storey asked I
I thought Arcadia would So on over r iOO I
I bought 53000 shares and lest 2000 2000on
on it Mr Lawson replied repliedThen replIedrhen
Then thi th people who took your ad advice advice
vice lost on it itThey itThey
They were in the same position as I Iwa IWas
wa Was only to a Irs degree degreeA degreeAaked i
A Aaked ked if durin during th the time > he was pre
diettD dieting the rise of certain BtoctaI the theInestor theInvestor
Investor Mr r Bennetts paper was as not notmertl notmerely
mertl merely strivIng to tell the public not notto notto
to han too much are In his poodle predictions poodletions
tions lIr Lawson replied repliedThe repliedThe
The Investor attacked everything I Ihad Ihad
had anything to do with They at attakpd attacked
tacked Butte too and It went ent from froma
a very low figure to over 1 1Regarding 100 100Regarding
Regarding Amalgamated Copper Mr MrLawson Ir IrLa
La Lawson WllOn said he had believed In It and andtin andti11
tin did 80 bile It bad not gone up
In sixty days as h hr bAd antIcipated anticipatldwh antIcipatedwhen
wh when n he advised buying last summer summfrh
h he said it would frtainly go up in inn
n 1 not tier sixty or 10 das or some sometne
tne tnec
Roosevelt Will Not Speak to Miles but Takes TakesAd TakesAdvice Ad Advice
vice From Underlings Indiscriminately IndiscriminatelyEffect
Effect Up Upon n the Morale of ofthe the Service Schofield Says is Soma Somathing Sornothing
thing Deplorable and Dangerous Dangerousi DangerousUAsmNOTON DangerousUASIUNOTON
UAsmNOTON AprUl1The April 11The report of the testimony given before the MIl MIlVV sonV
VV V V ate committee on mllttalJf affairs by General Sebofteld formerly the COJD COJDmandmK copimandiag
mandmK general of th army on the bill to eNlUe a general uinff if was wasJlUtde wanmade
made public today He IndorMd the bill saying that bfo had long alcee ce come Ometo cometo
to the conclusion that there 18 no room under our con constitution for two com comfluldera cornnianders
fluldera and that the prellldent whom the colUttftution makes the supreme supremecommander upremecommander
commander must act through the secretary of war He added addedThe < d dThe
The very exalted Individual office socalled or commanding < general eneral or orthe ofthe
the army must dIKpperTberej disappear There no 1fOm i m for It In this goyernment DO mat matt maticr
t icr r who occupies It it Ja net a question of personality at al all or the char ebarBeter charactor
actor or the Individual so far as this great t question 18 concerned He mur murbe muatbe
be what other nations of the earth hoe a chief e eb staff not a cODlaJadlng cODlaJadlngeneral conusandingaeneral
Referring to tile German system General Seho8e1d aid aidWe saidWe
We Wlutd aY have to modify their sytem IUS to make It applicbIe If we wehad wehad
had at the Mad of the Urny army for years the same me diatin dlatInguihed uilfb d gta other otherthings otherthings
things bot satisfactory that wOjIId be very well but what Is th the use of a great greatgeneral r at at5eneral
general as tft the head or the army If the president will not even talk to him himexcept himexcept
except to criticlle him or if the secretary of war and he do not even eveneach eveneach
each other What good Is be beROOSEVELT heROOSEVELT
Senator Burrows Why cannot the president and the lieutenant general generalof
of the army confer as it III IIIGeneral isGeneraL
General Schofield bofteld They are bot ot on speaking terms termsSenator termaSenator
Senator Burrow Not on sPeaking terms termsGeneral termsGeneral
General Scholleld No sir you om have to set rid of that Intol Intolerable Intolerablecondition rabl rablfonditlon
condition because tills man close to the president t the e onl only man who i avail avaJlaWe available
aWe to do these tht11 things Is a man whom the president refuses to talk to except exceptto
to terrorize hIm the result Is bad very bad The president feels the need of oflUck ofsuch
lUck a man u did the pre presidents fdents whom I have known They would say 1 I Ie Icannot
e cannot notdo do these things I mt have a military man to help me Then In Inth8t inthat
that situation he perhaps sends for colonel or Major SoandSo and he finds findsthat findsthat
that he 18 a bright young fellow and he knows about these things And In a afew i ifew
few days it gets to 1fe known that Tom SoandSo III commanding the army armyIn f fIn
In reply to a question by Senator Scott calling attention to General Miles Milesstatement Milesstatement
statement to the effect that the proposed legislation would be to Germanize GermanizeaRd
and Rus Russlanise fanle the American army General Sohofie1d said saidI
I am not afraid or that 1 think we might Gennanlze other tJ things tllgll a alittle alittle
little more advantageously dvantaeouslyOALLS advantageouslyCALLS
Remarking upon the pro1l provision fon of the bill for a tour years term as chief cbleof chiefof
of std General Seho eld oppo opposed ed it as coming from that fountain of error frrortbe errorthe
the congress ret18 or the United States whIch provides for the retirement of the thevery thevery
very best men just when they come to be of the age hben hen Von Xoltke won wongrNtest wonku
ku greatest triumph I am not superannuated l In that and he continued continuedant1
8 still I hAve been retired for a long time timeGentr timeGeneral
General Scholield bofteld expressed the opInion that durIng the war of the rebel rebellion rebellion
lion the southern system of selecting high otnevs offic s was tar better than that thattf thatIf
tf t tte e north Speaking of the rank ot l1eutentUltgenerai lieutenant general he sail sail he would wouldlive wouldgive
live the proposed e4 chief of staff tail even higher rank adding addingI
1 would make one general at the bead of the army and I would have bavthre havethree
three lieutenant generals and then the proper number of officers In the grades gradesuader gradesunder
under that Te Confederates during the civil W1 were a great deal wiser wi8erthtin wiserthan
than we were ill that respect They were better oIdlelB and better educated educate1and educatedand
and knew pOre about It They ea carried led oil the greater proportion of the best bestbktod bestblood
blood that we hn to tell the truth and they organized their army ac eden edentideally en enty
tideally ty
1 1S
S Shaforth aforth Says Sugar r Combine Started Startedthe i
tit the Wave WaveWuhln WaveWashIngton
Wuhln WashIngton ton April llDebate on the tl1dCUbaA theCuban
Cuban reciprocity bill continued in the thebctase thehouse
house today the principal speeches be beIng beIng
Ing made by A R LoI1 Long of Kansas a amember amember
member of the ways a78 and means com comMittee cornndttee
Mittee who from the first ardently ardentlysupported ardentlysupported
supported the proposition for reciproc reciprocitY reclproclty
itY and who orl originally lnaJly favored a re reduction re reduction
duction of 10 < per cent nt and Mr Ir Sba Sbafroth Shafroth
froth of Colorado who vigorously op opJOMd opposed
posed the bill on the ground that the thegar thesugar
sugar gar tract which he said WU wag wagIII wagbig i
III < a war of qttermInaUon termination against the theMet thebeet
Met sugar Industry would be Its chief chiefbeneficl8ry chiefbeneficiary
beneficiary beneficl8ryThe
The leaden of the house who have haveDeen havebeen
been much worried as to tM outcome outcomeof
of the controversy were considerably considerablyrelieved considerablyrelIeved
relieved today when Mr Wat Watson on of ofIndiana ofIndiana
Indiana who It acting 8 the RepubU RepubUCJ1 Republican
can whip on thlll occasion informed infonnedMORMONS informedMORMONS
I IElders
Elders dera With a Number of Their Pro Proteges Protegea
teges Arrive ArriveSpeda1 ArriveSpedal
Speda1 to The Herald HeraldBoston HeraldBoston
Boston April nWhen the Dominion Dominionliner Dominion Dominionliner
liner New e Jaglabcl gland arrived from Liver LIerpool Liverpool
pool recently she brought among her herecoDd hersecond
second pu passengers DpnJ ten elders l tM Mer MerDon Mermon
Don church aDd Xtynlne converts who wboWUI whowill
will make their homes In this country
The large party was In charge of William WilliamHOI8Iey WilliamHoraley
HOI8Iey of BrlBbam Utah the other otherelders
elders be being Dild Burnett C N Christ Cbrlsttfll8en Christteases I
teases So li J Claridge Jo Joseph Davie T
C on Hafts C CHansen
Hansen Olaf Johnson and Joseph F 01 018en 01sen
8en The Htle missionaries have been tway twaytwo way waytwo
two 1ra scattered through England EnglandI EnglandDenmark
Denmark 5weden wden and Germany and andtheir andtheir
I their new disciples come from these tbaecountrlts thesecountries
countries and from Holland and Swltzer SwltzerIaad Swltzerland
land The party which embarked at atLiverpool atLiverpool
Liverpool is In splendid health and had hada
a delightful voyage Special oars were weretaken weretaken
taken for Salt Lake City on the western westernespreM Westernexpress
express The party left here several days dayscO daysago
cO agoI
She is Given a Chance to 4ppear ppear Du Duing Duting
ing Coronation Week in Engla EnglaLondon Bng1aIslndon
London April JlCbarlet FroII Fruhnt as assigned ms mssigned
signed a contract with BerbobmTree Berbobm Tree to today today
day enabling 1 Mr Frohman tOPlWoee tOPlWoeelY888 to toilysses
lY888 wblcbbas which has been such a sue suecess
ct S heft in New York duri during tile COIn co
big winter with all the o ort iatl
and appointments but it WIll be pIepe 1
by Mr r Fohn own com comfr company companyMr
fr Frohman said be has IeeIIUed IeeIIUedpropoeltlon zmai a apropositIon
propositIon from a London ayDd syndicas for f fthe
the appearance of Maud Adams In Qual QualIty Qusity
Ity Street and L Aiglon In Loadoti for to toten
ten weeks during the oronattoR oronattoRIts sess sessIts
Its acceptance ptance depends entirely 0 o MIA MIAAdaDUL tiss tissAdams
Adams AdamsGeneral
e i iGenual
General Wade Hampton S Dead Deadrolmbia I
rolumbia C S April 11Gneral i iWilf I Ititde
Wilf titde Hampton dl this morning It a 11 11odok nolok
odok from alvar d dtseuae < a o of the heart heartsftr I
8 sftr ftfr hiving beet n iino nnfonMClou5 nacious for MV sevOrI
frill hour The gnfra gcnral had jUt pa5 paej paejhis
his Mth birthday TwiCE thi 1linte1ha 1linte1habad winter ho hohad
bad sustained attack > that had Ireetly gresijywoakened
WNtb woakened him bet be rallied wonderfUlly wonderfUllylit wonderftftvlie
lit wal out drIving a w week k ago bat It itwas
was vidfftt hi his Itrnth was deserting cJesertlnhim
him So arrangJrintl han yet beei1 beei1made beeiimade
made for th tho filn fonerni I etpf that it will willI
bf b at th the gneral nerars irool wich ih with withoit
Olt pnmp p ° mP Vt Ii a aflY n sort lJrl an1 1111 take place placeSatul1aYifterrf1on placeSaturday
Satul1aYifterrf1on Satul1aYifterrf1onProprietor Saturday aftercrnTl aftercrnTlProprietor
Proprietor of Hoffman House HouseNe1ll UouseNew
New York irtl rf 11Ja l1Jamn D Leary Learyk
k to < prident ir1ent of th Hoffml n House HouseHotd HouseHotel
Hotel company mpan difII loo3Y aged i years yearslIe yearslIe
lIe left all au eState 1111 at foOOO foOOOPay
5 5Pay
Pay of Postoffice C1erks C1erksSpecial t1erksSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldW HeraldWashington
W Washington hinlfton AprIl nThe 11 pay or poet poetofnef po pooffice
office dfk Rt PrOYO has been Increaaed Increaaedrom Increaa Increaafrom
from rom JOO to rA 70 pp pr annum annumDines annummu
mu u uDines
Dines With the President PresidentalhinJtlln PresidentWahingtn
alhinJtlln jriJ ii Pr < i nt ROOIIf ROOIIfIt
It had i h 1 11 rlinnr toniht toniht61il to
Melville 61il l 1 Stone of Now York
1 1ffc
s iS
th thbm m t aAer a car cartul tul cauvua he heW6 bewas
W6 pMitfve that wh wlin n the attempt attemptWas attetuptwag
Was wag Made to overrule the chair m or order order
der to make Wy for an amendment amendmentto
to abolish the dUlerentla1 on refined rrftDedaU5r refinedsugar
sugar the chair would be sustained suetalnedOn
On both sides it is conceded that the theuncertainty theuncertainty
uncertainty regarding the fate of oftbe ofthe
the bill hinges on the question of over overruling overruling
ruling the chair Despite Mr Wat WatBOns Watnons
BOns canvass there are those among amongthe amongthe
the opponents of the bill who still be be1Ieve believe
1Ieve the measure wilt be defeated defeatedIr
Mr Ir Sbafroth of Colorado opposed the tnebfll
bill He charged that the sentiment sentimentI
In favor of concessions to Cuban sugar sugarhad
had been manufactured by the sugar sugartrust
trust and was part of the war which whlcbthe whichthe
the trust was waging agaInst the beet beetsugar beetsugar
sugar Industry in Colorado aDtt anJotber anJotberwestern other otherwestern
western states He read extraets from fromthe fromthe
the report or the testimony of the thepresident thepresident
president of the sugar trust before the theLexow theLexow
Lexow committee and the Industrial mlustrIaJcommission Industrialcommission
commission to sho show the me meods or orthe ofthe
the company In crushing out Uscom Uscompetltors Its corn cornpetitors
petltors petltorsWARE
Kansas Man is Chosen For the Place PlaceMade PlaceMade
Made Vacant VacantWasnlqton VacantWashington
Washington April UEugeae Were of ofKanS8 ofKansas
Kansas has been chosen to succeed H Hqlay HClay
Clay Evans as penSIon commissioner commissionerTopeka Rer RerTopeka
Topeka Ran April llEug ILEugene lle Ware Warewas Warewas
was much surprised today when he helearned helearned
learned of his appointment to the peal JIOIItlon pealtlon
tlon of pension commls commissioner loner
1 have not at any time made applIes application applIestion
tion for be place said Mr Ware and andhave andhave
have not exerted my elf to tIM anent anentof
of sending in a single letter 9t recom recommfndUcm recommendatlon
mfndUcm The president mentioned it itto Itto
to me during my last visit to Washington WublagtowhUa Washingtonwhile
while I was there helping Attorney Gen Gencoal
coal Goddard In the CoJonuJoKansu Ion irrfgatlon Iongation
gatlon case t have not Jlet et leeeived aD any anyofficial
official notice of my appointment an ant antuntil
until 1 receive It 1 will not 81 whether whetheror
or Dot I will aeeept the place placeMr
Mr 1 Ware has met Yr Roo Boolevelt velt only onlythree
three times but the pre president ldent knew him himthrouSb himthrough
through his Wltlngs WltlngsII witlngsTalks
II IITalks
Talks of Editors Arrest ArrtManUa ArrestManila
Manila April 1Tbe press commit committee committee
tee bas bad an interview with Acting AcUngGoyeraor ActingGovernor
Governor Wright with reference to the thesedltkul thesedition
sedition law Mr Wright replied that thatthe thatthe
the editor of Freedom a 10cal p pebliet pebliettion bliea blieatJon
tJon who was recently arrested on the thecbarwe thecharge
charge of sedition had In die columns columnsof
of that paper made persistent nt attacks attackson
on the United States cOllunliidon and andthat andthat
that now he wOUld han to prove his hisa hisasertionI
a ertiOIlL ertiOIlLa ertiOIlLOfficers
o a
Officers to be Retired RetiredWasblngtoa BetiredWashington
Washington April UGeMrab De DeRuaey DoRussey
Ruaey Burt and Sheridan who yeeter yeeterday yesterday
day were confirmed as brigadier generals generalshave ls lsDave
Dave applied for retirement Colonel ColonelWootfn ColoneloOten
Wootfn oOten or f the Twentyei Twentyeighth btb IDfaDtrv IDfaDtrvwho infantry1who
who will iJ retire for age on the 18th 1 1stant instant
stant an and i other veterans of o the civil war warnearing warnearing
nearing the age of retirement will be ad advanced Mvanced
vanced to thE grade o brigadier p enlbefore gateralbefore
before their retirement if It caD 1te done done1thout donewithout
without impairlnji the efflcle1leJ of the tbeserviN the5erviee
serviN Probably Included in this un unare listare
are 0100e15 Snyder Hood XcKlbben XcKlbbenLincoln McKibbenLincoln
Lincoln and others otbenf othersTalmags
f f fTalmage
Talmage is No Wo Worse WorseWashington e eWashington
Washington April U 11According Cfordlai to the
11 odlk 3pment of the pbllllclns pbllllclnsthfre physiciansthere
there w W5 s no n marked change lit the con condltcn condition
dltcn of lIr Talmag If anythtlllr he hewa hewas
wa was r retinr tln 1 rifle easi easier r with the pulse puLaea
a 1ittJ m mre regular Jular and less fever His Hiscon Hisconijtinn
con conijtinn iitinn < hver ever is veiy fry rlUcaI fJ fJtvery ISY ISYevery
the parliular alarming alarmingsymptoms alarmingsymptoms
every hour W r wnile nilf
symptoms continue lessens the chance or orlife oflife
Hayes Appointment as Judge JudgeSpeda udgeiSpeeial
Speda to The Herald Heraldy1hln HeraldWashlngtofl
Washlngtofl y1hln tf1n April 111t is a announced announcedtoday DOuncedtoday
today by the Washington posttbat Post that pr prtdent prea preaIdent
tdent has dedd1 illn fiw a9POfDtment a9POfDtmentof
of A B Hayes as one of the Alaska Alaska3udges Alaskajudges S
judges judgesSenator
4 Sf SfSenator
Senator W Warren rren at the Capital CapitalSpNiaJ CapitaliSpcii
SpNiaJ to The Herald Hfralda HeraldWashingtirrl
Washingtirrl a hinotn l1i 11Stonator Wrrrn Wrrrnwho rn rnwbn
who hii 111 1oav from th the capit eaptaeret r reraI
eraI a K 511 11 1II1t Qf th ilnp iiIn < nl nldeath njdeath
death of Mrs Warren returned Wd today
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