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Letter Found Alleged AlIII to toBeen Htvi HtviBeen HlvaBeea
Been Written rittel by Fenneli FenneliWILL PelneiLWill PennellBE
WILL BE PRODUCED MONDAY MOtDAYBUITA10 MONDAYBUY7Q Y YBUFJAIO
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lUPPALO u AlO March IS lITM lITMJnq The Bwdtefc Bwdtefcinquest urdIek urdIekinquest
B inquest Jnq has as beea b postponed posd uattt uatttr wrxt wnUIflxt
r rxt xt Monday District Attorney Attorneyfoatsworth MtOTnIYoat3worth ttonte7tawort
foatsworth tawort Is suffering from tremt a at sore sorethroat
throat t and cannot speak without < It dlf dlfhculty dlffltulty diflitulty
hculty hcultyFor fltultyFor litultyFor
For the first time since the murder murderif
if t Edwin L Burdick suspicion as a to tothe tohe tohe
the he Identity Idtntlt of his h murderer was voiced voiCtJdffttPrday voicedwItPrt1y
yesterday with quasi official ftI 1a1 sanction sanctionnt
nt tt t the third session of the police court courtinquest COWtIn courttrqueet
inquest In ue8t in reply to the question by byl It
l > l Itrht trirt Attorney Coatsworth Well wenho Wellvho
who ho was wa it Charles Claarl 8 SparK Spsr the thebusiness thehuslnet thehUsIfleS
business partner part of Mr Burdick re reIii isIed
I Iii Ied lied
liedArthur
Arthur PenneU or a hired lalredpin assas assasHn uussThe
Hn HnThe
The question and answer w were the themost tbemst themost
most sensatloaal tlenaat features tt of the la laauest laIIIUflt Inritist
auest up to that time Hitherto the theofficials theotndalM thetficiaI
officials tficiaI have named no one la con connection coa11fton conrPttOfl ¬
nection with the supposed mortar It ItIN ItIs ItLs
IN known however that the authori authorities autborltltll authoiltle5 ¬
ties knew beforehand whom Mr ttftark prkae rlt rltall
w as to name The police and district 41etrtetr
I r attorney had previously talked talk over overthe overt overth
the t th fI crime with Mr Spark and wet weraware weraa wetU
aware a W1 re of the trend of his suspicions suspicionsMr Ieto Ietor >
Mr r Coatsworth said Id today that he heexpects lietxpet hetxpets
expects to finish the inquest Monday MondayIf 0D4a 0D4aI ondy ondyI
If I r t he feels well eU by btat that time Other Otherwise Otherwise OtherV ¬
wise V ice part of another day may be betaken bebktn betikn
taken takenMrs bktnMrs tiknMre
Mrs Burdick will be the most im imrortant lmMtant letOrtant
rortant Mtant witness called Monday onda he heH heii1ded
H dried 1 deli There will be several others othersHurdtiks at aturdkkil otherst
Hurdtiks t t furnace attendant will be beamong bea beamong
a among them I will examine the man manwho manho ft ftwho
who ho attended il tt n4ed the furnace in the tb Pea Peahouse htJIJ
IJ house and see what there is to the thestory tbeorv thestory
story orv that the tb furnace was fed and andattended andittnde4
attended 11 tndMl to before he arrived the theR day dayafter dayafter
after R rtr the murder If there la any anything anJthlnlr anythln ¬
thing thln in the story he will be called as asa ua asa
a witness witnessTf
wltneeaIAttitr
1 tatter IAttitr1t
Tf IK i stated on good authority that the thett tlMA theA
A rllllttlct attorney WIll place la evidence a aIdtpr aalItgd
Idtpr > tt r alleged all to have been written writt to toMr toM
Mr M 1 rll Burdick by Arthur Arth Penaell Peumonth several severalmonth severalmonths
month ago The letter was found la the theBurdlck th thJrilkk the1urlkk
Burdlck Jrilkk home ho when beD the search noh of the thehu thebul1 theh
hu bul1 h u was W made by the police In I the theiir ther
iir r th the following fOUO occurs rw I feel ftlaat1 ftlaat1m that I Imust Imust
must m U8t kin Rd AI Burdick Burdickit
it t was BI learned I IseXfl5 today that tbatP Mr r PmneU PmneUJ U
J 111 n a will In I which bkh Mrs Pwmell Is Isluim Ist1 Is1im1
luim t1 1im1 mt1 d as s sole 1ft executrix In I the event of ofIT ofhr ofh
hr h > IT r surviving < Three alternate are arenamed areIt arelflUj
named It m 11 to act shouldMrs bould mrs Penaell die dieUrM diefir dIetrt
UrM fir
UrMWhen When Hn Mrs I Burdick comes to the stand standMMday standt
MMday t 111 ntly she he will probably be csJM upon upont I IIJfntlfy PQ PQt
t iJ IJfntlfy ntlfy the letters Jette mentioned ntloMci abov abovSh sbovh b v vh
Sh h knew kn both the dead men n oW robibIy robibIyhttr babv1 babv1tn bliblvt
t httr ttfr than any ODe person Ia I tM world wortdHl1d worldnIf1
Hl1d tuor tistilsony psoisleseto b th thtflist
tn IMlit < > t lmparUMV I s4 d iaarestiBgofts iaarestiBgoftsmtire atsre 01 tl tb tbtntire 1 1tnl1rf
mtire > proeetdmga proeetdmgaSated pr proeesdIstM
prKaW
Sated tM a h OtlMC OtlMCfTif tft Oth Othr
fTif ft r details t1 t of the strained retatMft relt reltt b bwi bS bSI
t wi I > n the I he two tw dead men were HE withered witheredImmediately athrdT Uterfd UterfdImmfUatar
T Immediately after1 after1nd aIt5 stunler of JJurdJdI JJurdJdI11l11 Burdickrt
nd rt t bdnrn > for n the th death tti of iIJI1MI1 r nett PenneU PenneUftitd ftDne11t Pne1Ifrankly
ftitd t frankly to the th authorities that the therelations th thI theyatIuns
relations I IIt between himself and Burdick BurdickVT
lt ge geH =
IItasweelnn asweelnn
VT r strained In fact f after the murder murderKtirdick murderHiirdlek
H Ktirdick Pennell spoke to others otht than thanth
th aiuhoritles Itl horiU of the th hostility between betweenr betw betw111m
r 111m h > n and Burdick On the da dai < he was wash waRklll1
klll1 k 111 1 be h was arranging arran arran ni to irive out outsiirment a a1I01nt atRrnent
siirment 1I01nt for publication and spoke of oflirt olI
I lirt 11 rt of what he h intended to say sayit RaYI
it I t deals with Burdick said Pennell Pennellr PeneelLfrrrtng IL ILrdrrlne
r tvrring to this th part of the theftlmf proposed proposedr iwopqsedrnut
r ftlmf tumpnt rnut llt IJOtBey Some say that it comes with withMI withgrce
MI II grace Itlu from me to abuse a dead man manl n ntd
l td > t Kurdlck J was no saint int and when w the thetirn th thet
tirn t 01 comes that I must make a statement statementJ ata t tj
J the t ht newspapers nEwpa erw in defense of myself mvselffrom myselfrn If Iftr01
from rn what other oth r newspapers are re print printJuir print1ML nt ntLI
Juir rtiwut me I Intend to let people know knowfi kIlO
11 fi t > t th tht t h < > > kind of man he h was and nd then thenI
1 I rhaps some of them will turn a little littlef Utt Uttf littIstheIr
< > f their time to him that they are now nowavoting no noto now1VtIflg
avoting to pryins prI Into my affairs alll I did didi
i > t like Hk him and he did not like me and andv andboth nd I Ihoth
v both knew it and I have told the thelollop Ukfr theUcp
lollop Ucp frankly fr that we were not on = jrood jroodt 004 004rms I Ion
t rm rms His death comma m at OhO this time tlstev timeoflC
v one on of the thwovt worst thinm t that could couldii I
J ii 1 < happened to me meTheory meTiMory meTheory
Theory of the Murder Murdernr rdsr rdsrt
0 < nr t of the criminal authorities Is auot ouotas auotf1
f1 c as Hayinff ylng Th There re are several veral reasons reasonst
t t < tltlIf clpve > three th thins Pint that the theTiKirdrr therll thei
TiKirdrr rll i l rdr r leT was committed by more than one onesecond on onrn onern
rn second that at least one of the theiTHOHM theI
iTHOHM I rom implicated was w entirely familiar familiarviili fmJUarIh
viili Ih the th interior of the Burdick home homeami boawC bo
ami 11 I what perhaps Is most Important of all alli allilrd
r r rL
i third ilrd that the C murderer or murderers murderersi
L > i n > fear f r of Interruption while whl at t their theirWIK th theirI lr
WIK 1 I < > r Immediately afterward afterwardni
< ni the first point I do not care to say sayiraih sayTh y yI1Ilh
iraih Th h AS to the second point familiar familiarwith falIlarwith faetIiIrthe
with t the he Interior of the house I may mayt ay ayn
t Jit n to the faet that after the t work was wasn WII WIIl1t
l1t > n 1 the t h murderer r washed his bl or her herhands hrItlnols herh
hands h ri1 and must have known where be the thewashbasin theIhbaJiln thethhapIii
washbasin was w to be found That he or ori orahfld orwashed
i washed his or her hands Is sure for foriithiuKh forHhugh
oil iithiuKh huJCh there was bloed bI on the inside insideknoh INlldekh II
2 knoh k h ot it the th den door there was a no o blood bloodth
th t h knob of the outdoor of the house houseAiilih houh
Aiilih A h htt had been purposely Iy left open for fort I
tt t h > purjioee of creating < the impression impressioninit
init f utt 4 burglars had entered tHed the house Fa Familiarity PaTB ¬
miliarity Iltll TB 1L < Hity with the house is also shown bv bvth bvt
th t h h i fact that the lunch was not brought broughtt 1
t h dn by Burdick but by some wae other othert otheraol otherrfl
I t rson rsonTh rflTh I
Th > analysis aol b of the t contents Oftt of Bur Burk
0 k > > stomach shows that he had not nottnte nutd nott
t tnte t t4l d i H particle of the crackers cratll cheese cheesei e ed cheesetarts
i tii d tarts I > rta found on the table In n the den denIi denIIh9atlOn
1 > liberation Ii and freedom fe40 from 1ro fear of ofa oftrlht oftrehenslon
a trlht prehension > nlon Is I a shown by the fact f < t that thati
i It > murderer took time tI to do many nv th thI thinsI thins thtnnitat
I itat I t a person In fear of discovery WOUM WOUMi wou woul
i L I have done donetOM doneMu
dontJLL
tOM KTTLL LL LLTtuffdlo UIUMBD UIUMBDTuffttlo Dtl1TUlDTIIIItlo
Tuffttlo N Y March 1A rumor was wasrrmt w wnnt wasrrEnt
rrmt tonight to the effect that Mrs MrsMary lr lrIr un1lull
Mary Ir Hull motherinlaw of the late lat Ed Edn
n Kurdick who was murdered on Feb Febhad Jlebhad Febtd
had been seriously injured or was wa IU IUr Hirt
1 r < rts rt were w made de to learn the real realhut A AL
L 1 hut all 11 requests re ueata at t the Burdick Burdickr
T I r iiicnie for information were met t by byrfunjil bJIt
It rfunjil to discuss the subject subjectA IlUb subjectiung t tuun
A youn uun iung man who wh said his nam na nas was wasMini wasnnd
Mini 1111 and that he was w a friend of the thefamily themlly
family 1 mil mlly acted as spokesman He H said lei 1 1a II 1tiSe
a I rime UII tiSe to confirm conn or deny ins story tQf that tbatr
Mr Ir r Hull was injured or that she he Is ro rorititr tftI inthan
rititr I hr than her usual health except pt tA May tAI
ay I y that she Is weakenlojt w under un4 r the thetrribi tbeIrrlbl therrlbl
trribi rrlbl nervous n rvou strain to which whk she be has laMII
II subjected au hJectfd and has ha not been herself herselfthe
> 1 the th trying experience ex ezen rice on o the wit witT wUotand
T fl W stand standl otandIr tandlit
l Ir r Marcy the th family physician was wascalled w wlalled wast
t called to the Burdick home
WOOL RATES RAISED RAISEDBY RAISEDI
I BY THE THERA1LROADS THERA1LROADSIncrease RAILROADS RAILROADSBBrdftfts
1fBr8 Increase Burden of the Prdiiier ProidQi Pr rt rta te tea to toa
a Considerable Extent ExtentScW Ext ExtentC At AtI At1tM <
C
I
1tM I SQMIJ ScW J Mlbs Rate 218 For HtfrifMi Hi HietMWhat ft ftt t tIncree8e
t <
Btttwi etMWhat Wiwt IncrMse Meas MeasTO Meeiz4F
f I
i iI
+ + 4F + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + e + + + 4 4T
+ TO T figures gwes in the following folio folowIn tables are re baaed o the i ioutput t tz1aate f fajsjpBxjmate
I + ajsjpBxjmate z1aate output of wool from fi this t state aad n are areoa arebased + t tbain
+ based oa the lowest rate of shipment They show showthat phewthat +
+ that the iii increase of revenues from wool aloa aI alone win willnet to toBet r
+ net tbf th railroads over tUTOW 1117 It is safe to estimate estimatethat to to1Ia r rf
I + f that 1Ia tie figures will exceed the amount give jives The Thef 1aewool Thewool
+ f wool ovtriut to approximately as follows followaClip followsClip 4 +
+ Clip Rat AmtRev Increase Increase1Nt + f fIHt
i + IHt 1 17OMMM 17 17000 II 1 fttl000M fttl000MtNt P210001tI +
+ tNt tI ls 1 i5oi O VM 2M tt aO 31080 WM Hlt 11 suissses suisssestIN tt r
+ tIN 17WOWO 17000 218V4 18i S8SOMOO III 388010 If70ftd If70ftdlacrease I SIS t tIncreC
i
lacrease IncreC of revenue in INI I over ISM 17410 117 la IaWith Inills + f
+ ills with a clip 1000000 less than the year preeedlag D DtlM preeedlntthe +
+ the raise to rates to 2 made a net increase in porfita portato 4 i ito
4 + to the railroads of f 109000 let The Tb figures are for fo the dMIP theshlpmsntsfromUtahonly 4 +
4 + shlpmeats IP shlpmsntsfromUtahonly shlpmsntsfromUtahonlyI from Utah only ont ontT 4 4pHE +
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
t
i T pHE HE wool growers of Utah talaI4aho Idaho and TTjnpIng 1V WyoMve WyoMveI Jaft JaftI us in
I I T X I I had aotlea of a boost la I frelsjht rates to tote TB Solgum
t > te ttlf IUW 111 The Tb reason assigned as gnd is an a i4 adraaee sby sbyesetsin by byeastara WI
eastara tern roads of their tel pro rata from rem 44 cants cs B cents
I The be rate rat last year ear was 2 and 4 the t year ear before beforewere Worewwe Laenu tpmeats tpmeatswet
were wet made as low as U3O to toWrOlfttqool 140 USWyoming 140Wyoming
Wyoming WrOlfttqool wool growers have already called a maettng ttq
to coaveae eonv as the next few days and The nalleraIeJ Herald hiasked
asked to call the attention of President ent Jesse M II Vmtth of ofthe oftM ofthe
the Utah association to the importance of having bavtIIe the aahject bject osasldered sdsred by his hisassociation hisassociation
association associationProminent associationProminent latiOft
latiOftProadaent
Prominent growers < who have V6 just come in from the oampa e report that the
losses 1 la Idaho due to unprecedented storms tor will be enormous eaoI in same cases casesreaching eueaaclna casesreaching
reaching 50 per cent of the flocks In Utah the losses have not beea so bad but butIt butIt butIt
It has been a a poor season and the Utah owners who range their sheep in Idaho Idahoand Walloaad idahoand
and Wyoming yoIftI are facing a serious situation Oao On of o them said yesterday that thatrcarcely thatcarely thatrearcely
rcarcely any aJ grower will make a proftt on the season u even If the advance in innew InMoW innew
new freight rates does not stand with the th railroads taking off 18 1 cents eeo l more morein moreIn moreIn
in freight a good many of them will J have ve to get out of the business or work workfor wortor workfor
for or leas I than nothing nothingThis nothlDcftIa nothingThis
This same grower said that J A Monroe unroe trafltc manager of the Union Pa Pacific Paethe ¬
cific is to be here shortly and it behooves the woolmen through th their assorts
> Uoa Uu to arrange for a meeting with Itb Mr Munroe un and present the facts to him himwith hiswith
with aUl a view to securing a modification of the latest lat ruling rulingRailroads ruUncRailroads rulingRailroads
Railroads Need the Money MoneyIn
In the absence ce of any organised action ac tlon said Id this thA grower the railroad railroadpeople railroadpeep raihoedpeopl
people peep will think we can afford to stand this raise As A a matter tter of fact we wecould weroaM wecould
could not have it come at a worse time Idaho has not had suck 1JClta a severe winter winterm wia
lit thirteen years n The men who ho fed their sheep eep have been under n < heavy ex expense exftI8e ex15ee ¬
pense and those t who did not feed have lost as high Ieb asTO as v 0 per cent of their theiroc
1ftor flocks oc
flocksI ocI
I believe that If the railroads 8 understand the situation and have It argued
in a reasonable way they will see the justice of f our claim that the rate wlU willhe wlUhe wlUbe
he rolnnous The railroads cannot afford to destroy the th wool woo1ind Industry any an more morethan moretban morethan
than we ran afford to be driven out of business b1 laea If President t Smith will call callmeeting calla
Ii meeting of his bl association promptly we can e n at least present our case and andstand andwtaad andstand
stand a chance cha of saving vine ourselves ouv from f the excessive a l charges proposed
Another thing Some 3010000 a pounds of ooi have been sold II for future futuredelivery futuredelivery futuredelivery
delivery on the basis at of the SI 3 rate < It hardly barttJ seems fair to make either eit the thegrower theIfOwer theavower
grower or the buyer buyeripay buy ipay ai the additional price when w transactions have va been beenbased beenbused
based on the tb osen rate rateAccording rateA jat jatAttwrdlng
According A rcSle to the output of Utah wool 001 last year ear r the t increase wilt wUld make a a4ntee adifferenes
4ntee d aernnpaj a MmtUe4tlt sentpa 4with with amien Mt fwe of Iftt 1Mf of f over999000 over INOIS In the amount amountiOio niount3ai
01 iOio 18 the railroad 1 for the shMMieatt lIIt li of this state t alone It wUI increase the therevenues therevenues
revenues of the railroads ralihaf Jlaoat bouI UCfOO 11t7 IS7 over two years eara ago In Idaho Mon Montana Dtaaa MOotans ¬ I
tana and Wyoming w the increase Inrea of Qf1fVenue8 revenues will be still tlil greater owing to the theI thegreater
I greater t r amount of wool shipped from those th states 8tat
BIG METEOR DROPPED DROPPEDPtepli DROPPEDPeople DROPPEDPeople
People of Ogden Last Night Wit WitResstd W Witusud t tBlnd
Resstd a Rare RUBad and Bril Brilliant Bril1i1t Brilfleet ¬
fleet Spectacle SpectacleSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldOgden HfPl4on HetaldOgden
Ogden March tf IA A lance meteor fell felltonight feUt tsPtonight
tonight t justnoriseast Jut norlneut of Osrdea illnmto illnmtoatina WUIIIIntI Illuminating
atina tI the whole heavens heav for the thehalf maca of ofhalf ofhalf
half a minute natt or more and bursUns into intofracmcnta Intonta Intofragments
fragments nta just before reaching the t earth earthThe earthNfIecotlon earthThe
The reflection of the aerial body bodybr was wasseen wasseen
seen by quite a number of people But Butprobably Butprobabl7 Butprobably
probably the best view was obtained by bynaythe b bJ byJ
J J naythe the electrician who re resides re reald inside ¬
sides ald at Ml Twentysixth street Mr MrSmith MrInIth r rIaaItb
Smith gave P the th following account of the thephenomenon thephaoa thephenomenon
phenomenon to The Herald HeraldI
1 I had just stepped t ppfd out into my back backyard backyul backyard
yard for a bucket buek t of coal and n S imntedt imntedtl Immediately
l ately t noticed a strange brilliant bluish bluishreflection blu bluretleetiOn bluishinfliction
reflection on tne e mountains and houses housesand boU8elland housesand
and the ground uftd The Th a trance < light seemed seemedalmost seemedlmoet med medIt
almost to put the arc lights ht into insignif inslgnifIcance
Ica kance and then I caught sight I bt of the thelueIt thebody
body Itself falling at a terrific rate of ofspeed ofpeed ofs
speed s peed through th b the atmosphere atmMP It seemed seemedabout seemedabout I
about as large as a football and nd ap appeared appeered p ppealfcl
peered to be a body of fire fir emitting emltth its itsweird Itaweird itsweIrd
weird bluish and orange oran < e light It had a atail atall atail
tail of about eighteen inches Just be before bfJfore before ¬
fore reaching hllJC the ground it appeared to toburst tobunt toburst
burst scattering the flaming < mass into intohundreds Intobundhds Intohundred
hundreds of fragments I would Judge Judgethat judgethat < e etbat
that the meteor struck the earth a little littleto IItUcto littleto
to the lb north and a little to the west of ofthe 01the ofthe
the power house of tbe Itah Light LlJrhtPo A APower APowr
Power Po company P8ny but In the momentary momentaryglance momentaryaaaee momentaryglance
glance that I bad of It It I could not judge judgeaccurately jUdleaceurately judgeaccurately
accurately 1 nevtr r saw a more DINt magniffcent majnifisent
niffcent sight bt in my life than what I be beheld Ix Ixbeld beheld ¬
held during dort durin those brief seconds I saw sawone IIa sawone W Wone
one meteor in California about twenty twentyfive tw twentyfive nty ntytin
five years ago and while bile I had a much muchlonger muchIor muchlover
longer view vte of It than of this Us it was not notne7 notnearly I Inearly
nearly so brilliant As soon as I got back backinto backInto backInto
into the house hO tonight I looked at my mywatch 187watcb mywatch
watch It was W 1025 1035WEKT 1025WEJlT
1025em
em a aWEN1
WEKT DOWN TO DEATH DEATHOne
One On MSA Xa Killed X lIMI and Several Others OthersBadly 00NncUy Others3adly
Badly cUy Injured InjuredCincinnati hjvedCIneItmat1 InjaredCincinnati
Cincinnati 0 March 18 188Y By the cot ¬
lapse 1 of the room in Cranes planing mill millon IIIWon millon
on Bastes avenue today one on man IlIaDIdllecl was waskilled waskiiled
killed one fatally two seriously and over overa
a dosen slightly hurt The large Ia build buildIng buildbur buildIng
Ing ta In course of construction constructionThe constructIonTb
The Tb dead William Sellers SellersThe 8ell 8ellTk SellersThe
The injured Harvty Waters Wt fatally fatallyskull fatallyskull
skull fractured Clark Gilbert leg broken brokenand brokenand brokenand
and seriously cut James J Gardener skull skullfractured ullhacW skullfractured
fractured hacW and nd lima crushed cruabedi crushedyE
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i + + JDJI uroIftSD uroIftSDWuhaqton + I
4 + I
+ Washington March 18 laThe laThePlelll4nt The +
4 president today toda sent to the senate senatethe senatethe ute utetINt +
+ the name na of Hamilton Flab of offew ofT ofNw +
+ few York T ark to be assistant treasurer treasurerof + t tf
+ f of the United UI t States at t New Nt York +
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT T DITCHES PLIMLEY PLIMLEYJASHINGTON PllMLEYI
4 4I7A8H1NG1N I
t11 JASHINGTON ASHINGTON March It lIThe The senate flnaace nnc committee today held helda heldYf +
+ 4 Y Yf a meeting to consider the nomination of f William Plimley to Iebe be as assistant aalllItU aslatest ¬ +
+ sistant treasurer at t New York No definite action was taken and andbefore aadtore +
4 before tore any n determination is reached Senator Aldrich trill confer with wit the thepresident thelreIdeftt thepresident +
+ president presidentThe lreIdefttThe +
4 The senate flnaace committee has decided < to hold oId up for the PreMnt present +
4 the nomination of George 00 Sawtar of New N York to t be aaaistan > TtBnt t appraiser appraiserof er erof +
+ of nu mHiban4Jae i chandise As the committee will not mast again aln diaing the presentsesslcn present presentsession nt ntseslIlJIJ +
+ session this tbl action etIo will insure 1ur failure taU 8 of coaflnaation for tbe present Jl entIIlon ses session emsion +
+ sion The refusal of the committee tee to t paz upon the nomination was wa wato due duet dpea
a t to th i act that thatme thatmembers members n did dlclaet not consider Mr Bawters 1fte tinilnrsoamilj Ddc 1 11 t auf sufritlen aufridfn antfltlefl +
+ ritlen to warrant cenflrmatloa cenflrmatloaThi +
+ Tit following Iowin statement was w given at yen oat at 1 th Ute White House this after afternoon aft aftnoon afterflOtfl +
+ noon + 5 5fl
+ I 11 flthe r iew of the Investigations being lftC made by the treasury dapartawtt dapartawttthe +
+ the th prcirlmt pn < r1r hns ht frtt t obliged to t wlrhdrtitr w ulthdr f the > T om1natnn nf William wtTJIlimIlIml WilliamIllmley miHumriimley +
+ riimley IlIml y for assistant a treasurer of the tb United State atea at New Ne York and this thiahas thisha thisr +
r has ha h hefl < en n done donti doneC > +
C
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
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HARDT HAIW RAVELING
ARRESTED ON ONttURDER MURDER CHARGE CHARGEGeorge
George Jeff a YodRfSocittjfMan Y tItfSoclty M ll of ofVictoria Victoria B C CI in Jail at atSan ItSill atSan
San Fra Fr Franciso ct Afilttnt the he Arrival of ofExtralftfe ofEXtraR9A ofT
T Extralftfe EXtraR9A ExttiUi Papers
CdR iN i FJULNCHCO n CtICO Mare March xUeIIJe ML 0afi 0afihtx wr wra
S Je a forms lssurie lssurieVletorl
Vletorl B B c C wu wuurM nu14 nu14Ms
htx arrival from Item the UaetIi north no noon ay aW aWtlva
tlva tIi Free today oa acbiiit i jchki e of ofThe othe ofThe
The arrest was mad nuadsat at the tileCbIet msjuoat msjuoatChief ies iesChief
Chief of Police LaagJey of ofo th thwho IhsJl fjtj fjtjwho fttwhola
who whola is now on 0 his h way wa with extradi extradition t tUon ega egaUo ¬
tion Uo papers for the theJerta prisoner prIoiisrJerts j jJefts
Jefts is a young man of good podap podappean api apipearabce ap appearKhce
pearabce ace and his h manners man are tins th of ofone ofo ofone
one o accustomed to good society 8OC1et 8OC1etBlre ifi ifiarrested Wbe Wbearrested
Blre arrested ted according ac to his hi own ow owmea ownmeat state statement
meat mea t he did not know the thehi caa caahis t
his h hi alMsed offense oIt and ad when whenWlHIam w wtt whe wheHIWbe
tt HIWbe wnsbs f 4erti 4er 4erWUltein
WlHIam WUltbnhMriOn Anderson dMon apromliient a prontent t4 atjtor atjtorney t r ry r rny
ney y of o Victoria V torl be h remarked d with I cute emotion cuteLion ftIQ ¬
Lion that he b did not know Anderson AMe was
injured or dead
PROGRAMME FOR FORThe FORTEDDyS TD S YISjT YISjTThe ISJfJi ISJfJiI
I
The President Will Arrive Here at 2 a m ontheMww on the M MopnRgofMay f ofrtMay
29 and Leave at 2 OCltrck 0 Clack ip iethe i ithe r rthe
the Afternoon
pedal to The 1laetI Hi 1Isetl 1Isetl17AautGTON ill at at7A8HCKQTOK
tI 7A8HCKQTOK HIfftOM Xa March arck ItSera ILeratora ILeratoraV aton atonV tors torsKearns
V V Kearns eerus and Snoot today at the therequest theJtqqS thenqiest
request of the president submit submitted submitted unlt unltte ¬
ted a tentative programme tor Ms en entertalameat entertaJameat entertininent
tertalameat when wh he visits Utah UtahMay UtaJaKa UtahMay
Ka May 2s The programme I which bleb the thepresident ttMdeat thePrssldet
president deat heartily MartU approved ta as fol follows follows totlows ¬
lows lowsThe lowsThe
lowsThe
The president will arrive at t Salt Lake Lakeat Lakeat Lakeat
at 2 ockK odOt1C en tbe sacra e mcrnng a of the
2 2Itb th and will remain r In his car un until until ¬
til I S9 30wben when he will be net et by b a mill military mlUta millti ¬
tary ta ti escort from Fort Douglas and a acommittee acommittee acommittee
committee of citizens sni an taken driv 4rlvInl dnlvIng ¬
ing through thr b the tb city on a route to b barranged bt btrrllnp bearnange4
arranged later reaching the tabernacle tabernacleat
at t 1015 oclock oclockThe dcIockThe delockThe
The programme at the tafeernacl ernacl will willoccupy wiUoccupy willoccupy
occupy about one hoar and will in include include Inelude ¬
clude an address by th the president Tf T e epresident epredelit epresident
president will thn be driven to the tit
home of Senator Kearns where lunch luncheon luntaeon bat h heon ¬
eon will be served other guests efta being
WRIGHT SICK IN JAILPromoter JAIL JAILPromoter
Promoter Was Unable to Appear Appearin Ap ear
in Court Fee F Fo r His Ex ExMew ExJIaUn ExamInatn
JIaUn amInatnNew JIaUnfew
Mew lark March lWhltaker q Wright Wrightthe Wrt rbt rbtthe t ttIae
the London promoter who wholit was arrested arrestedin arrest
in 1 connection with the alleged aI swindling swindlingof Ia Iacrf
of Bngtlsa Enl capitalists a out of many mil millions milIlona talllions ¬
lions today to ay was reported ill at the Lud Ludlow Ludlow Ludlow
low street Jail where be Is I a prisoner His Hiscase Hfacue Hiscase
case was to have ned a hearing this t aft afternoon aftoon afteTU000 ¬
ernoon oon but the jail physician telephoned telephonedto
to United States Marshal Henkel that thatWright tbtWript thatWright
Wright was we too ill to appear in court He Helei
la said lei to be suffering from Insomnia InsomniaLondon IDIIOatniaLondo insomniaLondon
London March 18 1Ifte Tbe extradition na napers 1Jarw usprs
pers rw In tIM case of WhUaker tak Wright t the thedirector thetoP theeetor
director eetor toP of the London Lo Lun n A Globe Finance Financecorporation Financecerporatlop
corporation Uop who ho is under arrest in New NewYork Me NewYork
York were war mailed on the steamer Celtic Celticwhich CritIcwhich I
which latch ssllfd ssII 1Jd d from Liverpool today
John Flower lI chairman of the share shareholders shareholders 11 11b ¬
holders b ldfra ° committee which hich Instigated InstigatedWrights InstigatedVnlghti I IWrapt
Wrights prosecution Informed the t As Associated Assedated ¬
sedated Press Pre that by the th advice dvl of his hiBIa hislawyer
1 Ia lawyer ers he h declined d < lInecl to reply ply to Wrights Wrightsmessage WrlabtcbIe WrigbVscable
cable message to G 8 Barnes Barn the of official offtetaJ oftidal ¬
tidal liquidator of the corporation COpONtionI say ¬
ing I that Wrights enemies n seek to t create ertepreJudlC createprejudici
prejudice J against lnat him hi by circulating un untruths untnatha Untruths ¬
truths taking the ground that it would wouldthin wouldbe wouldbe
be highly 1 lJapro improper er for him to NY any anytatn anytInny
thin tInny which eh might prejudice p Judlc e the result of ofthe otthe ofthe
the trial As to the personal charges chall he headded heed headded
added ed there was no need n d for a contra contradiction ontracUctiOft ontrsdjctlon ¬
diction as they were obviously untrue untruePRESIDE untruePRESIDEIT
5 5PRESIDENT
PRESIDE PRESIDENT MOT READY READYTO READYTO READYTO
TO MAKE APPOINTMENTS APPOINTMENTSWashington APPOITMENTSWuhlton APPOINTMENTSWashington
I Itbe Ithe
Washington March IS lARatit1 Ratitkatlon < atlon of I Ithe
the Panama canal treaty by the senate senatehas Cenatehas I Ihas
has increased ed materially materially the pressure on onthe i ithe Ithe
the president for appointments app ntmenta on the thecommission thecomll thecommisen
commission al which is I to t supervise the tbecontraction UletOl1 theeonactlon
contraction tOl1 etlon of the waterways Several Severalsenators Sevualsenato Severalsenators
senators had interviews itrvl today with lth tne tneprotid tntprettd tneprettdnt
protid prettdnt nt regarding rtrdln the personnel of the thecorrmisMon th thecommission i
commission It is I understood un r tood < i that tn tnpresidtnt tnfIJ tttIre1dEnt I Iprtldtnt
presidtnt will b > In no haste to announce announceihe aflfloUnethe i itht
the names of the th rommireion and it IK IKquit Isqtlit I Iquilt
quit llkrly likl that t h t no absolitc hotit Ifolcinn 1 < tlln1 will willbe wIllbe IIl IIlbe
be reached repxiUiK r l l its it prruonnel until j f fthf 1the
the treaty trfRt shall ha hat ha hats beet II rutlft ratified < ty th the thetnmhIsn I
t oiimnian coi coivono pnll nytt which will iil not ton eonVd1t
vono 11 for U Ecvtral weeks ckll
J
Secretary S4ereta Loeb Dr JUx Rtaypad Rtaypadomcs Rtxey ad a ie ieoAdala j
oAdala The presMeat set promise promisuds r
Kearmi Xear be would take hiaci hiacifulfill IUCeO t 4 1 i
home when he vlllited vlsttedUtahandb Utall aad1ie wl1I
fulfill his hi engagement Other members aMRftbersof
of the presidential 1 party pJr will be e etertained etertalned etertained >
I tertained at luncheon lun beon at the Alta Alt club clubAfter clubAlter JubAlter
Alter luncheon at Snatcr S l1atr Kesras the thepresident theprealdent thepresident
president will be driven ta t the train tl n
I leaving Jeavl for Qgden at 1 oclock p p at lit
I He will reach Ogden at t 2S9 IO and te
driven to a place sUcted keted by the t tb clt cltIsons cltlaeu cliiisia
Isons committee where he wll w WIU de ¬
liver a thirtyminute address add and then thenbe tIt thenbe ft ftbe
be diven about the city to various variouspoints variouspoints ariousMlftts
points of interest Int lut and Jo o tb ibt train traiawhich t trainwhich aia aiawhich
which will leave for Evanston at 445 445p 4 4p
p p m Definite and full deuils det I ef t the thevisit tbevllt thevisit
visit to Salt Lake and Ogc O Ogden > el 3 will be hemade bemade
made after Senators Kearns aad Smoot Smootreturn SmootNturn rnoot rnootreturn
return home and consult with local localcommittees localcommittees localcommittees
committees The presdat eadat desire 1 1little ci 4
little formality formalltY1t as possible oa his trip tripand trtpand tripand
and expresses preference for ride nse or ordrives or4r1vel ordrives
drives rather than formal receptions receptionsmeeting reeeptlOIIImeet1n inceptionsmestIns
meeting meet1n and banquets
Victoria B C March HThe 1TJteatII 1TJteatIIer steam steamer
er Moaaa Mo which arrived arrI today brought broughtnews IIIIoaPtwa btougbtaewa
news wa from Fiji that trouble trou baa arisen art
between bet the Protestants and Roman
Catholics there as a result of tae burn ¬
ing of MO 10 Bibles BI by the Cajhotlcs hoea The Thenatives fteud Thefladvee
natives ud of the section had changed their theirreligion te4rreilgiost
religion and according tq letters from fro
Rev Burns a Protestant missionary at
Rewa a pubUc gathering was > held b andthe andthe and andthe
the Bibles burned The Incident has baasines
Unee caused esuee much IIIUC frictioB frictto between the
two bodies bodiesNews bod bodN8W1I bodiesNews
News was brought of an attack nscr OB OBthe 011the onthe
the Presbyterian pt rtan mission oa oad Ambrian
island d by armed natives of New ab abrldes ebrides b
rides The natives who came c from the
hw tribes tribes approached the mission with withrifles wltkrifles tU
rifles rI and ammunition surrounded the thePlace th thplace
Place and opened fire at t a agIye given yea signal signalriddling oignalriddling
riddling the wall Wheq WIle they t tthe raaaed raaaedthe
the house 0 they found no one there the theFARMER tbeFARMER theFARMER
FARMER INDICTED INDICTEDFOR INDICTEDFOR INDICTEDFOR
FOR GOING GOINGTOCJiURCH GOINGTOCJiURCHLezington TO CHURGH CHURGHLexington CHURGLezlncton
+ Lexington Ky March U ITile ITilemMt ILuThemost The +
+ most remarkable indictment ever everreturned YW YWreturMd +
+ returned by the Fayette circuit drcuitwaa cijoultwas +
+ waa returned today when whenthe ben bentbe +
+ the grand jury indicted Haory 4IsPrYWelch n nWele +
+ Welch a farmer for goiajr 101 to tocbuPeh tochurch +
+ church while afflicted with Ith small daa1Jpox cthaIIpox +
+ pox A state statute makes the U Upehalty thepehajty 4 +
+ penalty a heavy fine This is I IKeatuck IsKentuckys 41 +
+ Kentuckys Keatuck first case caseTES C3SEi C3SEe C3SETJD +
+ + i + + + 4 + + + + + 444 + + + + 4f 4fTB + + +
e
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + t
+ TES TB POPES coiraiTiojr coxomoRom +
+ +
4 4 Rom March IS 18The The condition rondltionof +
+ of the pope has ha undergone no nochnaea nochanges +
+ changes during the past few days +
4 4 He Is 1 still a little hour horMk and Dr DrLappani DrLappont +
+ Lapponi has b rtfomiutuJeU him to toIIU5Iltnd tosuaiwnd +
+ suspend his audiences niereyfa merq4y etIfJ tI tIsave +
+ save lIa strength + 4
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
Andersons body bod was found at the theootof UteCoatOt thetootot
ootof a staircase inaY In 4t home on 8aa 8aaday Onsday
day da morning aad J an examhiaUoa examhiaUoasbesred eramblitlensk04 t ttlIat
sbesred that death resulted Ited from a time fracHired traeIl timetsIied
Hired skull Il jnvegticatlon disclosed the theact
ret tPtth5t act that on Saturday night Anderson Andersonho
I ho was Intoxicated became so noisy
if a saloon loon that Up tk proprietor threat threatened threatd ¬ I
ened d Jo o put him out of the place Jeffs I I1ft
1ft Inier Interfered ru red on behalf of Anderson Ande and in inat in5Sinuer 1 1mer
5Sinuer at Manner Anderson fell to the floor floorwtta floorwish I
wish terrific force fo It was w reported reportedtfcat reportedtht
tfcat Andersons skull was w fractured at atthtf attho J Jttt
thtf time but Jeffs who took Anderson Andersonnt Andersonlo
hoai lo says saysbat nt that when he left Anderson Andersonat raon raonUaere
at as is gate p there was nothing in his bl ap aprpsai
rpsai pmitsttce oce to indicate that he was w auf aufyfariac uf
yfariac Jeff expresses his b willingness w willingnesstoM wDUngaessa J
a to toM Vissjishi 14 jussjumjMilg JeIig =
departure parture from Victoria y yI Vlet y <
I lag I in that t be purchased rebu hto ticket on
Saturday afternoon In anticipation of
Iav leaving Victoria on Sunday for San
Francisco j j
tTiA 4f jAMJfGTON ASIiIDfGT HIKOTOW ON March aDr ILDry Dr j
W uy y TJtamac mm Herran 11 erraii secretary of the theOstombfan th thcIemttoa theilOmblau
Ostombfan cIemttoa legation in WashingI WashingIton Washing Washingtn
I ton and charge daffaires has inforj Intor IntoradYIMcI inforMUy r
mally advised his government of the i iratifl IraWieatien iratIdatlen
ratifl raWieatien atien of the Panama canal treaty treat treatyby j
by the senate nat but awaits some formal formalannouncement formalannouncement I IAftno
announcement Aftno acemeat by b Secretary Hay before beforetransmitting beforetraltUnc beforetrafttjng
transmitting the information officially officiallyto oftICIaU oftICIaUto omclallytoBoota
to toBoota toBootaA Bogota BogotaA I
A special session of the Colombian Colombiancongress ColombianeonIL olOlDblanconn
congress according rd1ng to Information at atthe atthe atthe
the legation has been called by the thepresident theI thepresident
I president for tbe purpose of consider considering considering ¬
ing the t treaty adjusting current mat matters matt mattori ¬ I
ters t and M for other purposes If the thecanal tbecanal thecanal
canal treaty is placed before the con congress conI conarose ¬
arose final action it Is stated must be betaken betaken betaken
taken on It before f re consideration can be begiven beIIvtn begiven
given other subjects It is said at the thelegation th thlepUon theIegtion
legation that the treaty treat must be acted actedon actedon ted tedon
on on by both the house and senate te and andthat aDdthat andthat
that debate in either branch can be
PROTESTANTS AND CATHOLICS CATHOLICSHAVE CATHOLICSHAVE CATHOLICSHAVE
HAVE TROUBLEIN TROUBLE IN FIJI ISLANDS IS ANDS ANDSt
t
missionary aad other occupants being
absent at the time timeI
I A new volcano is vomMag large largequantities IarIeqUt larglianstitles
quantities qUt of smoke and lava on Blrft B1r1New
New Hebrides Earthquake e shocks were ne
betag felt teltThe The residents bettered the thevoIcpo I Ivolcano I
volcano o to be cause ea by b submarine submarinebodies submarineeruptions I
eruptions pUo Ssar I the island and large
bodies of water wnt were seen to fly upward upwardat upw td tdat
at times U The residents retdde were much muchalarmed muchalarmed I
alarmed whenthe when the hut mails left leftPlague let1ague f
Plague e has broken out on the French Frenchsteamer Fre FrenchatlOmer h
steamer La Prone at Noumea Nou from fromI
New Hebrides v Four died She 8 8qUUUU has I
I bstn quataattaed quataattaedAs qUUUU quazetta4
As utile A the insult of a collision in Sydney
harbor the steamer Wakatlpu laden ladent ladenwith
t With passengers and cargo from Laun Launeestoa Launwg Laneestoe
eestoa was sunk by the the1It steamer st amer Ea Earimbla Euiimbla
rimbla which ran bowon into the thetarboard tberboud thetarbomrd
tarboard aide de of the Wakatlpu No
lives were lost lostHAD oatHAD lostHAD
HAD A DOLLAR D lLAR ON ONDEPOtSIVslN ONDEPOSlrSiNCE
DEPOSIFSltfCE CE 1860 I860Boston 1860Boton 1860Boston
+ Boston Mass Jia March Mar h 18 1BOII 1BOIIto ILBceton5 Bos Bostons +
+ tons to newspaper men tendered a areception areception +
+ reception to Lieutenant General GeneralNelson GentralNebon GeneralNelson +
+ Nelson A Miles at the Press > club clubf dubW clubthis +
+ this W evening +
+ f During Jwi the day qeneral Miles MUtsIoe MilesIocted + f
+ located die H deposited by him in ina inbauk Ina +
+ a bank near r the tity Uy hall in ix 160 160H IM6OHe o +
+ He H had Often recalled the th deposit d dtposithe pofli t th + f ff
+ he h said but had forgotten > n the thename thenaine +
+ name of the th e bank No interest has hasaccumulated +
+ accumulated as n no sum urn under underhas + f
+ has earning power Th Tht bunkf bunkftreasure bauk bauktreeaurer buktreasurey + I
+ treasure treeaurer said Id that he would oon oonsider on onlder onsider +
+ sider it i favor If the genera general lrentralwoqld generalwould + f ff
+ f would come and get his dollar and + I IclMe Iclose
+ close the account accountMUKDBBSJt + I ITI
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 4 4ass + + TI TIi
ass assMUBDBBU i I IXUUBRJ
MUKDBBSJt HAJfOED HAJfOEDWindsor RA1f EAJIGBDWindsot ED I
Windsor March IS UiSvon Svon Asuballey Asuballeywas I
was hanged har il today for the th murder of ofion of140n
ion ion Lunlore at Tcnny Cape Captc ape 1
c c
< c
SERIOUS SITUATION SITUATIONIN
IN FLOOD F FLOODDISTRICTS OOD DISTRICTS DISTRICTSJTwo
+ I
1 JTwo Passenger Trains Caught Ga u gfut Between BirtweenWashouts Btweeni BtweenWashouts BetweenWashouts i
Washouts With Many Passengers PassengersAmount
Amount of Damage Done in Arktusis WW N Net t Be BeKnown BeKROWJI I IKROft
Known For Some Time Timer
11 4 r EMPHIS Tean 1 March Is ItTIlt The flood ftOod situation cltuatlostenlght cltuatlostenlghtiYI tevigbt tevigbtshows tMdabtIY1
IY1 shows lito a number of new and serious dersiepannts dersiepanntsand tII tIIand
and there to scarcely a ray fa of hope for Unproved pm con condiUona conexcept conditloos
diUona except in the fact that tributaries of the Mlsatosiupi Mlsatosiupito
to the north of Memphis are a reported te be falling tee of off orwrlou ofthe
f Ac moat serious developments of the last twenty twetJpur fpur hour hourl Ourte hoursis
l is the washing out of all U lines of railroads entering the city cityfrom dt dtUte cityfrom
from the west and the th complete tying up of the railroad railroadtiattc rail railtudlc raIlrosdtiame
tiattc through the Memphis Jfetn imphl bI gateway to that section sectionThere MCttonbave sectionhere
There here have been no trains tr into or out of the city over the theMemphis tbeMempbl theemphts
Memphis bridge and there is every indication that traffic trafficcannot trafAccannot c cnot
cannot not be resumed until the flood has subsided to a large largedegree larceSo largeegrea
degree egrea egreaSo
So suddenly did the uriH rise come in the section of Ar Arkansas Aracro Arkpks ¬
kansas across a the river from Memphis after the St Francis Francislevee JraDclsJitveebroke JrsflCisbvee
levee Jitveebroke broke at t Trices landing that two passenger trains trainswere traIucaucbt trainscaught
were caught between the washedout points and nd are now nowevrrounded nowbF nowrrounded
evrrounded by b water ater on blind tracks la I the overflow ter terAboard rfI1or7 tsrI
I fI1or7 shout bout three miles west of Bridge JoDetlOO Junetio Ark Arkt rk
t Aboard of these trains were about seveatyflve Paa Paasemgers PuDeI 05I
t I semgers and DeI the t crew and on tonight over 10 of ottbNe of these persons personscemaln perllOUunOft personsI
I cemaln unOft on the trains with no prospect t of f being taken OK OKwfrti1 ontomorrow ottssttl
wfrti1 tomorrow or later IaJer However they are not considered consideredto
to be In any aftydDI danger In4 and those who have returned from fromthe fromtile fromthe
the surrounded trains tral report that the passengers are being beingveil belnereI beinguel
veil cared for by the railroad aallroad company companyWashouts companyyashotts comp5nyWashottts
Washouts Before and Behind Them
4 The breaks occurred shortly after t oclock last night nightJust ftbtj nightjust
Just j t after the tb west w t bound trains on the Cotton Belt BeltFrisco A APrJaoo APrince
Frisco had left Memphis phla The Cotton Belt Bt 1t train trat left at 11 oclock ocl k and had hadproceeded hadprocee4ed hadproceeded
proceeded a few miles l when It encountered a section of flooded track In at attempting attemptitig t ttemptJfaa ¬
tempting to cross eroat the rails spread and the engine was u partly derailed prevent prewrtiag prenntjq preventlag
lag the train from rom moving movlnglnlthtr in either direction While in this condition the Fits Friscos JIrco FitsCos ¬
cos co Kanaas X City train approached from Memphis Kemp and with its I assistance ataD the theCotton theCoUon thecotton
Cotton Belt engine was pulled back on the track In the meantime a seriou seriouwashout II8r1mt seiloulwashont
washout t had occurred between tween the > trains and Memphis and retreat to this city citywas clt cltw citywas
was w completely cut euf off All night the passengers were compelled to remain remainla IfIDIfttile
la the coaches while the water rose on every fve side 4e and this morning there thereaot was wasnot wasnot
not a particle of wad in sight within a mile of their position posittoaThe pMlt1oDThe positionTb
The Tb trains frat are a on the track tra k of the Iron Mountain near Altmar Ark By Bytaking BJttJdn Bytqldug
taking risks u several veral handcars succeeded in reaching rea blae the waterbound trains t to today toad today ¬
day and about fifty aft passengers were brought to this city The remainder re refased re retue4 iafused
fused to attempt the return and are a housed in the coaches c being bel fed by the therailroad uerat therailroad
railroad rat companies Attached to the Frisco train is a k dining car and nd adequate adequatesappUeo acleqaateppUeo adequatesupplies
supplies ppUeo were sent t to them today on the handcars handcarsHighest bandcaHighest handcarHighest
Highest Stage Ever Recorded RecordedThe RecordedThe
The river riv here tonight shows JW S feet on the gauge the tbq highest Mae ever everocorded eYerorded everecorded
ocorded < and a rile of 2 since last night The river is about stationary and aadit aacIIt andit
it is possible that a fall may set t in at any II moment momentMemphis momentemphl momentMemphis
Memphis emphl is Ailed with travelers who have been djaj 4 on account of the thewacbouts thewallout thewasIouts
wacbouts west of the river but the railroads have made plans to relieve this thiscongestion aeoqe thiscongestion
congestion Refugees continue to arrive In large numbers numbersNew numberiNe amberiNet
New Ne Orleans La March 18 18The The river at t this point continue matlauaItho stationary stationaryalthough statinesryalthough
although Itho a slxteenrsjille wind Iud blowing the wrong 1OftC way bashed the tlleftoed flood three threetenths
tenths of a toot at one time today As the river is not going nc down and aDdthe as asthe
the th Memphis emp rise Is on the way the weather ther bureau has food grounds tor its itspredictions itspredictions
PftdIctiau predictions of f twentyone feet The highest point recorded recor d was w 1M net m mUt7 mlYi
Ut7 As to the city there is no alarm aIanaC V VChnje
Chnje C Je For the Wipe VYcKTsaVickMmrav w pss
VickMmrav Ytc Miss III March l ItAt At Afra > idt3Ithte1 > It thl mnaiaa 1Id a tiisjhini t mgwas mtfsgo mtfsgowas
was received from Lake Providence stating atat till tfj that a daaa change for the worse Wone in inthe f fUte Inthe
the river rhr situation has developed especially e atElton at Elton three t miles ml north of that thattown tbattowm
town Grave fears were entertained for the safety fety of the levee there and every everyavailable errylivailable
available man has been rusbd to the rescue
COIiOMBIA CDItOM INS S TURN TUR TO RATIFYCanallreaty RATIFY RATIFYCanal
Canal Canallreaty Treaty Will Now Have to Run Ru the th Garvtlet Before the Con Confrsss Congress Congress
gress of f Littler little But Turbuie t t Republic RepublicJoy RepubficJoYin RepubHcJoy
Joy JoYin in France
I 1
controlled by the maJorltjr t7 and out be becurtailed liecurtallEd becurtailed
curtailed If desired rect rectWhl I IWhi
Whi Whije Dr Herran has not been ad advised advilled advised ¬
vised of the exact date of the conven convening eoaveftI couvenIng ¬
ing In of the Colombian congress it is Iah Iahopinion ishia ishiaopiplon hi hiopinion
opinion that it will meet mee on April 1 or ornot ornot ornot
not later than April 15 ISSpeaking 15Speaking
Speaking of the treaty treat Dr Herran BHra8aId H5TTHsaid I Isaid I
said today I believe that upon the thereading thereading 1 1dln
reading dln of the full text roach of the theopposition tbeopposition theOpposition
opposition which has been based on onIII a amisunderstandingof amtsunderstaading
III misunderstandingof ndenltall4t of the provision of oftb oftaa ofthe
tb the treaty will disappear In fact I Ihive Ibave Ihive
hive received v news new from Bogota that thatsuch tbatIICh thatsuch
such Is the case While the treaty treatyvloftt has hasviofcnt hasvlo4nt
viofcnt enemies it also has some very verystanch verystancb verystanch
stanch champions championsParis ebampfoniParla champlonParis
Paris March 18 laThe The announcement announcementof
of the ratification of ofthe the Panama canal canaltreaty caDltreaty canaltreaty
treaty fay theUnits tMUn8tata States senate yes yesterday eaterda yesterday ¬
terday terda was u received recelv with satisfaction satisfactionby tiBfactlofby
by the officials and others here who whohave whoban whohave
have long been interested in this proS project pmJeet proSect ¬
ect
STRIKE REPORT READY READYFtodijifs READYF1ftdirirs READYFindings
Findings of the Commission Will WillBe WillBe WillBe
Be Given toke to tha Public PublicSaturday PublicS
Saturday SaturdayWashington S tur turOy turOyWashington y yWuhinCton
Washington Man ltadISJud8e IS 1Jedge Judge Gray Graychairman Ora Graychairman f firmaa i
chairman irmaa and Carroll D Wright re recorder re ree inCorder ¬
corder e of the anthracite strike commis commisafam colDmisul1e4 cousmissto
afam sto Called on the president D t today todayPftHnte4 and andpresented andprelented
presented to him the report of the com commission commIIaIon cornmission ¬
mission It is a voluminous document documentcovering doewoentconrlne documentcoveting
covering fully all 11 phases of the contro controversy OOD cuntoVOtsy ¬
versy vera between the < operators and the theminers tMlIdra theetiners 1
miners Both sides have promised to toabide toabide toaIde
abide by the decision 4ecta of the tribune trtbUD81created tribunalcreated 1 1created
created by b President Pr Roosevelt RooseveltAt Boo
At the eondasian of the interview interviewwith IDterYiewwltla interviewWith
with the president ent Colonel Wright an announced anDO announced ¬
nounced DO ne4 that the report would be made madepublic madblle inadebIic
public blle at his hi offee o ol5c en Saturday About Aboutthe AottItte Aodtthe
the same time it will be placed in the thehands thehands thehands
hands of the representatives rep nta th of the op operators elt eltfrrtors ciierators ¬
erators and miners the tb parties dlrtcty dlrtctyin dlrt > Cty CtyIn
in Interest InterestThe InteretltTh interentThe
The Th report of ortb th the strike commission is isunanimous Iaunanlll i iunanimous
unanimous ouli The TbeJllbe members of the com commission om ommission ¬ I ImaIon
mission discussed d 1IINId the ta report at t the din dinner dlnn dinncr ¬
ncr n tonight but their hands are tied w wfar fI6 fI6tllr eofr
far a 8aI concern any public disclosure of ofany ufaqy ifaqy
aqy features of the report reportHAYT1EN ftportHAYTIE reportHAYTIEN
HAYT1EN REVOLUTION REVOLUTIONBig I IDig
Big Convoy of Prorbrions isiona Captured Capturedon I Ion
on Horthem ortlaenaYroatier frontier frontierCapi Yroutirapt I
Capi apt llaytien March 18 IWortl Word his hisbeen htalUHn hitsbeen
been r < < < cited her here from La Vtrgf rK of t in indenih the thedt1i I Idath
denih of Gvneral Unt < ral fttauel Mau 1 Ciicrs gover governor gtvruor ¬
nor of thi province of Moca Sanln Io Ioming 1 1mlf fl fltfllngn
ming mlf u < > lilt HI lirothtr hrol hr Onral Of J nrul Hamon I mn tu tuceres 1 1fffA tcries
ceres governor of lfkatlago Santiago has left for forMoca forMoclt forMtwa
Moca He H threatens to burn the town of ofSantiagoif ofSaittlag f fSal1t1lt
Santiagoif Sal1t1lt u t on his return he finds that thatthe thattiw thatthe
the situation of th the govtTiirccnt uvtnI1reitt is il ilptrat des dl1Itrl desntrat j
ptrat ptratn t ti
i In > n tIlt tti noriliw t frontier > r tin t lit n r voiu voiutioniMs toltitonist lu lulonll
tioniMs hnvc hn ye caituret et urtd a t hie h < oiivov it In or orlroIFinll 0 t tiro 1r
lroIFinll iro r v iFimis on 1 it5 It way t tll > th I h c i > v vn erini eriniI rnni Illl > ni nif Ii I If
f I 1tiiibMI 1 tcibi iaoll Th h pVoliMiintry a n nrl nrlr nrlZil nr r il ilRafael I IRsel
Rafael r Rodrhrucz is advaiuing rapiiity rapiiityfrom rtiI1tyfrom II IIiluilj
from th thi h south Zil TS lit > revoluiioiilsts r I < have liavcinvmiM havelUtLtIAI
invmiM the th district bftwcm im Ito 1iala 1ialamid liattrd I lit litId
mid Id Santiago 8alU q
SEN SENATE SENATEREADY ATE1 READY TO VOTE VOTECuban VOTECuban VOTECuban
Cuban Rciprocity Treaty Will WillBe WillBe WillBe
Be Disposed of at 3 3Oclock 3OClock
Oclock 0 CliCk Today TodayWashington T TodayWashington aday adaywaaldDcton
I
Washington March IS 1BefOft Before adj adjjonrning ad adJoanJDcat adjounhiig I
jonrning JoanJDcat at 7 oclock tonight the son senate aenate sonate ¬
ate entered into a unanimous agree agreement apoeeIIeIIt agreeient ¬
ment to vote on the Cuban reciprocity reciprocitytreaty reciprocitytreaty reciprocitytreaty
treaty at t 3 oclock tomorrow The hope hopeof hopeof pe peof
of seeing a vote today was w disappoint disappointed ¬
ed by the discovery that there were weremore weremore ere eremore
more speeches apeec speech s to be made in oppo opposition oppoItion oppoaitlon ¬
sition to the treaty than had been beencounted beencounted beencounted
counted upon Indeed it was difficult difficultto
to secure an agreement to vote even eventomorrow eventomorrow
tomorrow and it was evident that this thisresult tb tbreult thisresult I
result could not have Iaa ve been aecom accomplished aecompUshed aecompushed ¬
pUshed but for the anxiety of sons senators sonstons ¬ I
tons to to secure a Anal adjournment of ofthe ofthe
the session sessionThe aeaIonThe sessionThe I
The executive session covered six alxhours atxhoura sixhours
hours and was W deyoted largely to ad adverse adI adverse ¬
verse v rae crltle criticisms of the treaty trat During Duringtbe Durl Durlthe Duringthe
the day Senator Newlaads made a plea pleafot piesfol pleafox
fox the annexation of Cuba and pre presented piesented ¬ I
sented an amendment to the treaty treatytendering treatytenderlne treatytendering
tendering an invitation to that island islandto
to become a state of the American AmericanUnion lDeJicaftUnion AmericanUnion
Union UnionThe UnionThe
UnionThe The debate was participated in by bySenators bJSenatora bySenators
Senators McEnery Newlands Spooner SpoonerTeller 8poonerTeller SpoonerTeller
Teller Nelson Cullom Gorman Bailey Baileyand Ba eJand Baileyand
and Cgrmack CgrmackGENERAL rmaak rmaakGEHERAl
ss ssGENERAL
GENERAL HAMILTON HAJlIL TON DEAD DEADClassmate DEADclassmate i iCIte
Classmate of Grant and a Dtetin Dtetinfaiahed DJIItbatbe4 DbtlnOeer
faiahed O9ear O9earNew jIbrNew OeerNew
New York March M 18Geara1l1ebaJ1er 18Geara1l1ebaJ1erHaadUon ILGeneral General Schuyler SchuylerHamilton OchuilerHamilton
Hamilton a classmate cla 8mat of General Grant Qrantat Grantt
at t West V Point and a a distinguished d vete veteran veteran veteran
ran of the MexicTO and civil wars w died 4tHtoday diedtoday
today at hut h home here in his 81st year yearGeneral yearGeneral r rGeneral
General Hamilton was tbe father of Rob Robert Robflt Robcit ¬
cit Ray Ra y Hamilton who bo was mysterious mysteriously mYWtelloIy ¬
ly killed some years yea ago in t the Jackson JacksonHole JaeboaHole JacksonHole
Hole country Wyo and was a granoson granosonof granoof D4aOft D4aOftof
of Alexander Hamilton In the dvH cI war warhe Warhe ar arhe
he enlisted as a private > and nd rose to be bemajor beIUjor bemajor
major generalof general of volunteers volunteers7AXLBD volunteoenJAILm volunteersss
ss
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
+ +
+ + 7AXLBD DT MXXKX MXXKXf JaXIOOt trToo trToot +
t f Chicago March Ma Marc4i1A 18 l8A A dispatch dispatchto i ito +
+ to the Tribune from fro Phoenix PhoenixT + s sArlsqs
+ T Arts Arlsqs says +
4 f Word has been received here herethat herei hereithat + s stht
+ that Shirley Christy general man manager 1DIaapr manager +
+ ager in tbe southwest for an Amer Jmerkft 4 4f + 3
f 4 kan life insurance company aDd aDdBen + f
4 3 Ben Shooter who has been tour toarI osr osring + t tIng
+ Ing I Mexico in an automobile have haverkqJrnlnt 4 4besn
+ f beta thrown rkqJrnlnt into jail at t Canaaea ea eaIIIaora cananeaesnoin + ff
+ Ssoora bVause 61 their automobile automobilef aut automOollecaused m blteea +
+ f eaaasd ea a panic r +
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
WABASH t IN INWiSH SUIT SUITRoad SUITt SUITROId SUiTReed II IIWABASH
Road CMttvis eut Hut Its Em Empfoyti EmpIofa Erru
pfoyti u AP AN Satisfied SatisfiedTROUBLE SatiafiedI SatiafiedTROUBLE
1 1TROUBLE I
TROUBLE CDIlii ClilQfRO Gi 5 FROM UNION URIONiT UNIONtY
3 3UUG1XC I
UUG1XC tY L n BROTH BBOTHD1f
D1f ncxAL ncxALI ncxALST
4 4T I
iT T LOUI8 Much 18Affldav 18AffldavI
ST I were faralshed and nd arguro argurocommenced araumfcomlDen argufmcommenced >
commenced comlDen late this till afternoon afternoonthe afternoonthe avernoonthe
the Wabash Infraction in suit suitColonel ItuitCoIoael 5UtColonel
Colonel W SL 1 Blodgett t tiie n lie lead leadcounsel leadlcouaaei lei It Itcounsel
counsel for the railroad wa ws the n nto Iito l lto
to to address the eoajt cost and ad alter he ii iipoken I Ipoken hspoken
poken for aa bOOr an n aijournm aijournmwas a aijournuwag urnu urnutaken
was taken until tomorrow morn IJlornin IJlorninopentq niorningopening ins insopening
opening ate argument t Colonel Colun el < Blodp Blodpdeclared Bludldeelared B1odtdeclared
declared declaredOur deelaredOur declaredOur
Our contention la that th tht emplo emploof employof >
of the Wa Wabash road are nt 0 It 4J uat uataecl a afled I Ifled
fled that BO alleged grievances t yaDCfll on onnated unuated oilnated
nated with them hat with be defei defeiants defnanta defeiants
ants In this tblaWe ness eaaeWe nessWe
We claim that the grievances srl grieaflee5to > anCN anCNto si sito
to exist on the Wabash W road original originalwith originatwith t twlUl
with the defendants del to thi thiS case rasenot a anot < 1not
not with any of the employes of t icompany tcompany tcompany
company and as eviden of this thispoint thi thipoIot thipoint
point out that there the la not in the lItpportll theports r rports
ports of the meetings meeti of their Kr Krance Jri Jrinee grante > <
nee committee brought here by bydefendants hydefen4an h hdefendants
defendants a single at statement atat ment to h hthat Itthat hthat
that any of these socalled IIOcall > 1 grit grlffn grlffnwere < n nwere iiwere
were ever eV r discussed by that comm commtee lOIlIIlitee coititee
tee These grievances mut mu < t I hat nrl nrlluated n ninated rimated
mated somewhere and w > claim ui uithe 111the t I Ithe
the proceedings proceedl of the grievance grievancemittee griVaflmittee I tvanl tvanlmlttee
mittee show that they ue were mad madaccordance madaCOO nialaccordance
accordance with the demands ur ureatem < > f fwestern fwestern
western association of the th < general generalmittee enral enralmlttee eneramittee >
mittee of these two organizations organisationsa
a foundation for their demand for forflciat forklat fnrciat
flciat recognition of their union unionAt unionAt unionAt
At this point in Colonel Colon BloiK BloiKargument BloI BloIment l3l1gargument
argument ment court adjourned until u tnn tnnrow tnTtrow < nnn nnnrow
row rowAmong Among the aOdavits submitted submittedthe h htbe 1 1the
the railroad company were thos thosJohn thoJohn thoiJohn
John Schraeder who said d that he hea IIImember I t ta
a member of the Brotherhood od of ii iiway Itway dway <
way Trainmen and that be was wa wassonally p psonally f
sonally 11 acquainted with Grand Ma MaMorrisaey MaMorrissey > a alIorrIa8ey <
Morrissey and declared that h Ik h hheard Itheard h i iheard
heard Grand Master Morrissey thiv thiven 1 thi thien hlr hlren
en to bring about a general nral tieup tieupall tlfU1all tieu tieuall >
all the Gould lines unless their nr nrisation ore orgltlon oreization
isation tlon was officially recognized by byWabaah I IWh IWabash
Wabash road roadRobert roadRobert roadRobert
Robert J 1 RoMson and C W SUM SUMgave rtl1 rtl1lave n ngave
gave similar testimony fty concerning M MMorrissey 1 1lIorrIaee MMotrlaey
Morrissey Grand Master Ya ter Ham Hanihan i inan
nan an osVial foreman t and andGrand andGrand andGrand
Grand Master Lee of the trains trainsshowing tralnnsowing
showing that they had made madements madeDenb n nmonte
monte to the effect that they thE would wouldup wouldup wouIup
up the road and cripple Us It ts uusims uusimstheir bWlln bWllntlaetr husintheir
their demands were not granted grantedIn crant < d d1ft
In rebuttal Messrs II Morrissey H Hrahaa Hrahaa I I IraMs
rahaa and Lee Qafd ed affidavits of offtdavtts oft ofto
t th thwith
ftdavtts ftdavttsthreats with Ult
threats threatsits io ue Te e up the road 01 n nw 01 01ItA orticla
its itstlculaO w w f false in ev evWORKING > p ptlcula
tlcula tlculaO tlculaObefore IT i 7j 7jbefore 7 7the
before beforethem the th whui whuiass 1 1them
them themWORKING
ass assWORKING
WORKING FORWILLARD FOR WILLARD YOUNG YOUNGWestern YOUNGWattm YOUNGWestern
Western Senaaata su Hake a Call Upon UpontaV UpontJMP UpontlsaPrssident
tJMP tlsaPrssident tlsaPrssidentSpecial taV President PresidentSpecial e t t8pec1al
Special to The Th Herald HeraldWashington Heraldaab1n HeraldWashington
Washington aab1n tOD < D C March Itar < h is lSenat lSenatKearns Senate SenateKearns nat natK
Kearns K m and Buoot o0t of Utah tt Ih and nd Wan Wanand W Vsrrand rr rrad
and Clark lark of Wyoming W called upon tt ttpresident II IIf itpresident
president today mbehalf tn behalf of Colonel O Vi Vilard V i ilard
lard f lard Young n of Salt t Lake ac City l lpolntment who whopolntment r ai aipointment >
polntment to a place on the th Isthmian t i inal Inal c cnal
nal commission is being earnestly ea math workr1 workr1for work workifor f ffor
for by his friends The president gay 11 i iintimation J iintimation
intimation of what his action aloll will be beSenator 0 n nOnnator
Senator Clark of Montana adav ads v intro introduced IIltrd t i t r rduced ¬
duced d to the president his granddaughtei granddaughteiMiss grddaughttK gr tddaughtJ tddaughtJMiss
Miss K Catherine Clark Culver Cuh r > < r New Yot YotCity YOlK YOlKCity c ccity
City President Roosevelt wari w 01 t favorahl favorahlimpressed faorahllm favorahiimpressed
lm impressed with the brightness btnf of the t h lit little II lutie t tI tI ¬
tie girl I and presented her with a ro rofrom rns rnsSenator rofront > <
from a collection I on Oh his office f Lw Lw1t table tableSenator tableSenator 1t
Senator Heyburn called on the t LE prenidii prenidiitoday pre14l pre14lt uresidtoday
today and submitted invltan t OH in inIns to vi viLewiston v vLewiston >
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Lewiston and Shoshone Fall Ida d dur during di diing ¬
ing his h l coming onUn visit The president esldent re regretted r rcretted rgretted
gretted that time ti could not tie I taken to toacceptance t tacceptaQCE Iacceptance
acceptance of these invitations invtt8 ona with withdisarranging whhdl withidisarranging
disarranging dl the general itinerary alreai alreaiarranged alrfdlarrQt alreadarranged
arranged He had included Boise in hi hitour 11tour 1 1tour
tour at t the express txp invitation of 8enat 8enatHeyburn 8enalHeyburn SenatHeyburn < >
Heyburn even at a sacrifice of eonsid con ld ldble < i iable zable
able ble time and felt he could not give glv IVt moi mUltime mutime e etune
time than arranged arrangedSALT arra0ce4SALT arrangedSALT
SALT LAKEMAIJ LAKE MAN WEDDED WEDDEDJoaa
John To a Mast Halted to a Bearer Girl Girlin Gillm Guilnchs7snne
in lnchs7snne lnchs7snneSpecial Cheyenne CheyenneSpecial i i8pedaJ
Special ta The Th Herald HeraldCheyenne HeraldCheyenne HeraldCheyenne
Cheyenne Was March 11 11John John Mi Miof Miof b bof
of Salt Lake and Miss Bessie S Had Hatkof Hadof Halof <
of Denver were w re united tell in marriage JDarrta < e h htoday htoday htoday <
today and left at t once for Salt Lake Lakereside LakenIde Lakede
reside resideMrs de deMrs
nIdeMra Mrs Wilson wife et Fourth Vice Vl < Pr Pridem Proldent PrIdent <
idem T L Wilson Wi who is conducting conductingstrike eDductllljttrIb cnduetlngstrike <
strike of the Union OII Paciri machine machinewas mctlinltbls maeaiit1was
was this afternoon granted fd a divorce divorcethe dlvorcthe dlyorvethe
the grounds of cruelty cnaeIVant and nonsupp <
Wilson was here be bat t did not content contentproceedings contestproceedings 1
proceedings Mrs Wilson lies it the thetody thEtocty thetody <
tody of the children c chI5 aad 04 will receive receiveper receiveper D Dper
per month alimony alimonyKilpatrick alimonyKilpatrick U UKUpatrick
Kilpatrick Bros received a trainload truinloadgrading trainloaddi traininadgrading
grading di machinery chl narrow gauge gaugegine gauaegluss < auK
gine etc from Ogdesj today and will wiliload u
load load at Bone from which station don th thwill thwin t b bwill
will build a double dou track to Bufori Buforidistance Butorddlatance Butoridistance
distance of eighteen miles Work win wincommenced willcommenced il
commenced at once onceKILLED oneeKILLED
onesss
ss ssKILLED
KILLED JI A RfllAMAII mnNAIAIPara RfllAMAII7arm
Para Hand ia IMk Id Will Be Tried Triedor Triedlw TriedXIS
lw or XlsLife XlsLifeBotee m We WeBo 141eBoise
Boise Bo l Ida March ttCharles H 1ty
formerly employed s a farm hand handthe hantl hantlthe handthe
the Lemp ranch in ha Cran gulch gulchven SUlchven a agiven
given ven a preliminary prellB hearing bsarln by b JU juu juuerrick j u
Herrick errick today sad bound d over OV to i
district court wi wlthOI rt k < wtbaU bail tl t anw answer r
the themurdcrofl4u murder of Lmg Msjg
a Chiaeee Chiaeeeon bl e < Ion
on the > same rot ranch ranchJ raaeliJ
J 1 M Graham and W A Graham GaluunfyewilDfit1 ahan i ieye ieye
eye fyewilDfit1 witnesses to t jte the tragedy testlie testiti
having hai seen Iit n U Bygh with H tftt ifl > in ii
hands come into the kitchen hitch where bUt
Chinaman was weeiflay ug i i Hing 1510 i
vanced to meet him but nly Dl
stein when Hygh By they usi k ted r
the rifle lie apt fired The bulle uli struck ruck
Chinaman ClbInaman y inaman and kjtts hJ him amsn last lastWhen instty insttVhn instInse1fdefenae
When arrBtod arra 8t 34 Bygh claimed
Inse1fdefenaeflygh he
t
in selfdefense lieU dtf e rute
t
A MORMON MOR ON MISSIONARY IS EJECTED EJECTEDHILADELPHIA EJECTEDI r
I i iPHILADELPHU
+ 1 flHILADELPHIA HILADELPHIA March IS 180np On > of th tho meetins metj tocidrntrtl
4 PHILADELPHU to th thannual thannuitl
4 r annual srssiqn of the th Philadelphia Pblladt > lhia Mfthodi t Kiijmgj tII h rhut hur t toi on
ference erellc today tOrtii was Wit V 5 di disturbed turbr l by the th appfaruin aJlfwa Ia In ir > n sorm JIormn orrn n elde eld eljvwho J Jwhu +
+ who vh asked Mu in privilege Irlilt t of speaking 11lakin but wn wtli nu > was a j j > amid toriii tort
4 of hisnes > Th < mili Kr eas a 14 the annual gathering ol u lii Women omen Ion Ofli
+ s MiHsiunary MHicty ill the th Thirtynth h SIt huifh I IDr
4 Dr tar arh h J Klliuti r lIiotl roinurilj 10ntlul a i Iltdkt im 1II 1iIaoiary > iio > WiIary ary among u IL t tot
+ noons wasin the th ittt rt of delivering de1Jv lnl an add addr addreis row < KiI denouncing Mormon
IU i
4 polygamy when a nlddleaged man odged his hi way to th the front 1 md i +
+ < U Dr Elliott a uri btaring the > inscription N F Timpson TImpe Si d k
+ Ttah Th rever reverre Pfrt t side tllIl lwr h r th Mormon declaration dt > darllUon Of princiY prinlil flfll1 l liurd s staitl
+ iurd < t a al rassed Ia fd to Mrs 1111 K 1 i W v Hickley president rll > idtllt of the society n 4 4f
f 3 nounted flhltlfl CII th I h preseiic ji oii of f 1 MorinM hler ami a iii who h desired deaf red to tomediately 1 1lnfdjIl < C
> 5 mediately Ib I rfiii 11011 li was Vi 1 > ill m upvoai UI II and tli rJll re were ver cries I > h1 h1UUl hl s
t 1 Jut < c cI C
+ I only onl want to nay a vv wrd rd sdioutel Tmipson but the
sc seXtlP o
4 < llod and hn 11 srirttd < IitH oit h i he intrudrT ruli to t lh thc street v rtii Vi
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