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f Silver 5Se per ounce ounceLead
1 Copper Cprcast1flg14 casting 14C per PerESTABLISIIED lb lbLead
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ESTABLISHED JUNE 61870 6 1870 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY WED TEDNESDA ESDAX Y APRIL 12 1905 PRICE FIVE Pfl CENTS CE S l14i 446
HUNT ENJOYED ENJOYEDBY Er JOYED JOYEDBY
BY ROOSEVELT ROOSEVELTBesides
Besides Catching a Wolf the Pres President President President ¬
ident Also Killed a Snake SnakeTRUE SnakeTRUE SnakeTRUE
TRUE WESTERN MANNERS MANNERSPEOPLE MANNERSPEOPLE MANNERSPEOPLE
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PEOPLE KEEP AWAY FROM THE THEHUNTING TtfEHUNTING
HUNTING GROUNDS GROUNDSREDBRICK GROUNDSFREDERICK GROUNDSr
r REDBRICK OW OklA April 11 nThe nThepre 11Ther The TheI
I FREDERICK r president pre Ment says SM he te enjoying his hishunt hishunl
hunt in the Big Pasture more moretlim moretJfT moret1IftI
tlim any other single 8iu e event which whichlias whichI hch
lias I 1 before befo happened in his life lfe and andthat andtltat
that he would ould not miss mi It for ieWO ieWOYesterday 14100YfsterdHYhe
Yesterday YfsterdHYhe he witnessed ltne 8e1 four wolves wolvesaptured wolvesi WO1V
aptured < i three of which were taken takeniu takenill
iu by the pack of trained dogs and andtli andtip andth
tip fourth was captured alive by J JII JI
II I Abernathy the famous wolf wolfmint wolfjUllItI wolfjUitttr
mint jUllItI r At sight of this thl performance performanceli l rrOtmanc
li 1 promised to duplicate the feat featisurif featIIT1P featthe
isurif IIT1P of the party doubted his cour courtgf courgr
tgf gr but after a red hot chase today todaynhcn toda todahpli
nhcn hpli he sprang from rom his hi horse and andI nd ndtIwd
I tIwd ipd upon the struggling wolf which whichx hich hichI
I x beset bf et by the dogs the erowd crowdi
t pior pd d hiii hhi lustily lustilyTwelve IULCtiIYTwelve
Twelve Wolves Caught CaughtI
I IIl 1 to date twelve wolves olves have been beeniiuyht beenl1ught beenuht
iiuyht uht These ai are re e all carefully carefullyvtighed earefullyightd carefullyighed
vtighed ightd The president will use this thisd thlttta thht1tta
d t1tta tta in writing an article for a aMagazine aII agaZifle
Magazine MagazineTin II gazine gazineTill
Tin > president is more than pleased pleasedit
it t t h manner In which the people of oftliis orth ofUi
tliis th i < onmiunlty are giving givIn him a aiuare afuale L LtlitIe
< = iuare deal by b remaining reninln away
iroiu 11 tlI the Pasture Pa tule lie says he may mayitmain nmylIlah mayI
itmain I lIlah miIm here until Saturday as 8 he heij hetne hepI
ij > j pI > re e < l i4tes tes tne fairness of the wesl weslciji westIH
ciji IH 11 people
Killed a Rattler RattlerTh RattlerTh
Th > president is almost constantly constantlyn constanU constanUt
n the t 1If lead of the horsemen hOI men itS he fas fasurnished it itI1rniHhed iitjrrtjshj
urnished the fasteet fa te t horses in the thei thelItr timetry
i nuiitry lItr try Once today toda he ran upon a asixfoot Hifoft aifoot
sixfoot rattler which leaped at him himiit hinl111H hintij
111H iit ij times He killed this with lii liit hies hieslgllttenIncl1 hiimtt
t Kiiteeninch quirt quirtIn quhtIII
In I case Vase the president Jrld nt leaves here
Iron l fort Saturday he says 8H S that tomor tomorT
T 1 1 v V will ihI be the most strenuous day dM of oflift o
Ins ii t life > ExDel ExDeltKate Kate Daniel S Flynn Flynnmil
mil 1 Governor Fergunon will arrive here herefdlleKdayd
Vf s fdlleKdayd jiiesdjr and expect lXIl > ct to see 4C the thej thei1ent
j si sjdent < ent next day A banquet will be betendered betlldrf bet
tendered t ired > d thot those
e gentlemen g > ntJelnen and a mim l1unlr
r l ff f Lawton parties have been in Infl11
tc fl11 l here for the occasion occasionWill occasionWill oceasionWill
Will Visit Roosevelt RooseveltOklahoma Rooseveltf
Oklahoma f City Clt O T April 11 11mrnor
GlAfrnor 0 trnor Ferguson Fer ergusoii uson and exCongress exCongressman exCongresTflaIt ¬
man m III Flynn will a III leave Jea ve here early ul to tomorrow tomflrrow ¬
morrow 11 row morning for Frederick from fromvhich L
vhich 111h point they will be conveyed to toHDP tolllIp tetilt
< < HDP tilt Roosevelt They will spend the theliisht thelii
41 liisht lii ight ht at the camp with the president presidentALLEGATIONS Ire iresldentALLEGATIONSDENI ldent ldentALLEGATIO
ALLEGATIONS ALLEGATIONSDENI JS DENIED DENIEDStandard DENIEDStandard ED EDStandard
Standard Oil Companys Answer Answ r in inKansas inKansas I IKansas
Kansas Case CaseitJfl
1 HOTHOB CKy 4k It Mo April 11 111n In the thesiinrinie the1Inu tbmr
siinrinie > 1Inu r nw court eou today to8 A X D > Kddy and and1rfl1k sit I I1riik
Jnnik Hairerittan filed separate returns returnsHi
> 1 Hi < Standard Oil
company and the > Re
Tuhlit 7 ihUt Oil OllcomNln company In an H auswer to the th
tr proceedings pr lnftS instituted Inoltltt d by Attorney Altorn y
f n Itra ntl I Hadley Hadlt on the th grounds sroultdM that the th
yl u I t flmranles < > m i aiiies have formed a It trust coin contativn coalui
iniii ativn ativnTh tiuii tiuiiTl
Tl ui returns deny den specifically the th alle alleuiftluis
uiftluis tl ttiII in the information filed by b At
i Hi I r 11 Jtt ey General eflPral Ha HndJ
iJhICy lley and then plead plt pies > ad I
i i t they tllf should not IK l held to flfl5WC n ntoiwpr wer
> th information declaring that the ha
> Mfitr t titriist i t ruot st law In unconstitutional
Ti 1 1 WatersPUrte atEnIPltnf Oil
oempany mlan was ws
C I until 10th tomorrow to t file its it return al
T Tir 11 < asps < se are set + 4t t for April Pril 2S 2 when the theas lh
< as will bo > parsed upon and the th court t
Ail jI II < I terminc ie whether whtt hr a commissioner commissionerill
Hi < ill il bo h o apK apllntd > lnted to take tak testimony testimonyALLEGED ttlmonya
a GI GIALLEGED
ALLEGED A KENTUCKY KENTUCKYMURDER KENTUCKYMURDERERS
MURDJERERS MURDER MURDERERS RS ON TRIAL TRIALLexington TRIALLpxiugton TRIALlxiiigton
Lexington Ky I y April 11 11The The trial trialof trIalof I Iof
of Judge Jud t James Hargis State Senator Senatorf Senator1xander
Alexander f > xander Hargis Elbert Hargis and AndhprltrEdward I Ihriff
Sheriff hprltrEdward Edward Callahan for the mur murPI
U PI > r of Marshal Cockrill was finally flnallyalled flush flushihled r
< alled lled today toda James Hargis will be bet b
t tied first Ans White Thjte principal wit witiiess wit1Ms t t1t
iiess 1t 8 of the prosecution says he has a astlll ittill L Ltil1
stlll till more sensational story to tell telltitan tellt tel 1 1titan
titan t that which he first detailed detailedVhlte detailedhlte detailedWhite
White hlte is if the man who swore that thatJames thatr thaii
r i James Margin Ha R endeavored to get him himto
10 shoot Marsum Cox ox and Cockrill to tofleath topath t tlfathl
fleath path in the court room room at the trial of oft 01
t ockrill for killing Ben Hargis After Aftert ftei fteilit
t lit h > regular of jurymen jur
panel men was ex exhausted exhllu oxhiusted ¬
hausted hllu tf > d the trial was wa adjourned until untilThursday untilThursday I IThursday
Thursday ThursdayCONSPIRACY ThursdayCONSPIRACY
lIDo lIDoCONSPIRACY
CONSPIRACY AGAINST AGAINSTTHE AGAINSTTHE
k THE FRENCH REPUBLIC REPUBLICParill
Parts AoInU 1pr1t 11 11 11CRptain Captain Volpert oipert of the theTCleventirTBfantry thpF1t
TCleventirTBfantry F1t > fntltCAnln has been arrested on onfli I
fli I ia charg charWe of complicity In th the mippoaed mippoaedmilitary 14Uppotedmilitary suppese orI I
military plot ot against the security suppeset of the thelate theItte th tht4t0 t
late lateIt ItteII
It wan announced IIouoofd from Paris April Aprilthat 5 5tha I Ithat i
that t tOO 00 army lm 1111 cartridges had been di diov die 41asonrd dienrd
< onrd ov Ted in the house of a man name nameM uatDed uatDedpr uameMyr
M Myr yer pr in tile t suburb of Paris and that thata thatunrI
a 4 supply < unrI of rifles was > found later The Theresearches Therrs Th Thrsarehes
researches rrs arht8 It was added were the result resultof ret > ult ultflf
of f the recent seixure of 390 uniforms in inth Intt 1 I
th residence rstclell e Of Captain Tamburina a aMir allrd I L
e Mir llrd d officer The authorities at first firstiiii f first NIt NItl II I
l iiii > it 1 not comMer the > affair serious but butth butthlr U Uthr t
th thlr > ir subsequent ublH > qUe t opinion was that a gen genuine genliill genlime ¬
lime liill conspiracy was being hatched hatchedYOUTHS hatcilroa hatcilroYOUTHS hatcoodYOUTHSTHROATCUT
a =
YOUTHS YOUTHSTHROATCUT YOUTHSTHROATCUTWHILEASLEEP THROAT CUT CUTWHILE CUTWHILE
WHILE WHILEASLEEP ASLEEP IN BED BEDXfw BEDfW BEENw
I IHano
Xfw fW York Aorll 11 11While While hllf Camillo CamilloPnriono
Pnriono Hano 19 i years a n old was asleep a leep at his hishome hl hlhum m
home at It Broaklyn B klyn today tOOa a man broke brokeinto brokinto hrokdmflts
into the house bou e and cut the youths outh8 throat throatalmost thrtmtB I
almost B mH t severtaK se severh the head Saraono died diedThe dltdhrtl dIethrtlv I
hrtl atterWanl atterWanlThf aftrWardsTh
The Th police artf szearchmng aearchtufr for Paul Cati CatiHn Catiit
Hn 111 it a man of f by whmn Saraono was waseinjiloyed WRSf1I1J11 wsi wsieiuihiyed
einjiloyed f1I1J11 d The TbePOIJ police say y that t Saraono Saraonoan1 Sarsornsti
an1 Catlllno Catlll o Itad been bef > n at outs for some sometime 80mItime somtime
time and quarrelled again last evening eveningCRUSHED eveningCRUSHED vRinsIAI
IAI IAICRUSHED
CRUSHED TO DEATH DEATHAnaconda DEATHAt8onda DEATHkiaonda
Anaconda Mont April prH 11 11hll While mov movinir movln mowtrig
ln trig a house this tb morning Cyrus Barker Barkeriioueer BarkerI Barkeritmeer
I iioueer of Anaconda and formerly formerlyknown a ak ai
1 k known ntraetor of Ne New Brun Brunv Bruns1k
v i ik < k was crushed to death by his trac traclion I
r lion engine He stopped stop the engine and andill am I j jv
I v s ax ill ts near the wheels w lli when It suddenly amr r j i isurted
surted 8 a rtfd rolling r ° hIh over him and killlo him hmalmost binalmost 1 f falmost
almost instantly instantlySURPRISE ItistantlySURPRISE
CB IF IFSURPRISE
SURPRISE FOR THE HUSBAND HUSBANDf HUSBANDCoflEyvlJle I
+ f Coffeyvllle Kan April 11 ItMrs ItMrsAdeline Mrs MrsAdeline + I IAdeline I
+ Adeline Spears wife of a day la laborer luborer Inborer +
+ borer died here today in a two tworoom + l lroomhut
+ 4 roomhut room hut in which she lived with withf withher tUb tUbher +
+ f her husband hu b nd Just before death deathf deathshe deathshe >
+ f she called for a lawyer and made madea + I
4 a will leaving to her husband 40 O i f
+ 4 000 whIch ahe a Je derfaxed d fd she had on ondfP08tt i ic t tf
c 4 f deposit in y ii 4 bahk bank at II t Oakland OaklandLal Oakland12al + 4
+ Lal
t + t t t + + 4 44i4 k
STRONG ADDRESS ADDRESSOF
OF MRS DUBOIS DUBOISWife
Wife of Idaho Senator Discusses the theMormon theMormon theMorinon
Mormon Question QuestionPLEA QuestionPLEA QuestionPLEA
PLEA FOR THE CHILDREN CHILDRENJ
J ELLEN FOSTER RAKED OVER OVERTHE OVERTH OVERTHE
THE TH E COALS COALSJ COALSSpecial I ISpecial
J Special to The Herald MeraldiASHINGTON Hfr1dWASHI HeraldA
t A ASHINGTON GTON April 11 11Mrs Mrs Fret FreflT Fre Frej
WASHI V V T j Dubois made a speech this thisafternoon thisuCtelnoon thisimfternoon
afternoon on the Mormon ques question quesUon ¬
tion t in at i largely attended meeting meetng of ofthe orthe ofhe
the t he romans Home Missionary llssionar as asSchtol
sociatlon Schtol s held at Hainlin Hamln Methodist Methodistchurch Methodisthurehi ethodistchureh
church c this city clt Mrs 1rs Dubois was waswarmly waswluml waswarmly
warmly wluml applauded many times tme during duringher duringher duringer
her h er address which was delivered deliveredwithout delvered delveredwithout
without notes and in a very ery effective effectivemanner efetve efetvemanner
manner m anner Mrs rs Dubois said sid in part partI
I am known as a lover of children childrenand chidren chidrenand
and a nd stand for all al that will wi make Ike child childhood childbod childhood ¬
hood bod better so that when H I say sa I Icome Icome Iome
come c ome to you today todu to make mal a 3 plea plea for forthe forthe forhe
the t he Mormon ormol baby you will wi not be besurprised besurIIJ
surprised surIIJ s d
Senator Hoars H ars Charge ChargeDuring ChargeDuring
During the testimony t Umony taken tal en by byprivileges b bPIJietes byprivileges
privileges PIJietes and elections ejectons committee commitee last lastyear hu lastyear t tyer
year yer Senator Hoar questioned questoned Presi President President
dent Joseph F Smith concerning Mor Mornoil Ior IorI
I ihon i noil violation yiolHton of the antipolygamy antpolygamy antpolygamyI antipolygamyaws
laws l aws and disregard of the revelation revelationpromulgated
revelaton revelatonpromulgated
promulgated by President Woodruff Woodruffwhich Woodruffwhich Voodrul
I which required requir d the Mormons llormons to ab abstain abstain nbstain ¬
stain from polygamy at the close of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the questioning questoning Senator Hoar said sld sldYou saidYou
You are lre directly directy bringing children childrenint chidren chidrenint childrenint
int the world aguinst the laws of God Godand Goe Godand
and laws of man Smith answered answeredI
I suppose ujpose I am amPlea a amPlea n1 n1Plea
Plea for the Children ChildrenToday Chidren ChidrenToay ChildrenToday
Today Toay I come cme to you OU Mrs 115 Du DI tinbols ¬
bois bh continued contnued on account of this thistestimony thist thistestimony
testimony t tlony and the outrageous outrgeous indif indifference indifferene iimdifbronco ¬
bronco of that answer I would not notenter notentfr notenter
enter entfr the arena to help hel the Mormon Mormonwomen MormonWoiflehi lormonwomen
women of Utah for these thee women sus sustained sustlined sustahimed ¬
tained tlined President Smith SmIh when he rer rerturned re returned rerturliel
turned from Washington but I r urn urnpleading amplending sinpleading
pleading for fOJ children chidren who come into intothe Intothe Intothe
the world oll outcasts out ats I am pleading for forassistance forasistance forassistaimee
assistance asistance to break brek the influence infuence of ofthe ofthe otthe
the powerful pwelCul hierarchy hierrchy that threatens threatensto threutent
to overturn the government and andbrek andbreak
break brek down the lofty lorv ideals iceah of child chid chidho childhood ¬
hood ho pure motherhood mothellod motherhood and noble noblewomanhood noblewomanhooi
womanhood womanhooi and destroy degtroy the bulwark bulwarkof
of our fUI nation nAton American home homeRoosevelt homeRoosevelt hiomeRoosevelt
Roosevelt Quoted QuotedMrs Quotedrs QuotedMrs
Mrs rs Dubois then called caled attention Htentol to toand toand teand
and read the report reprt of Apostle Aposte Hyrum L
Mack Iack Smiths remarks in which he heclaimed heclaimed
I claimed daime President Roosevelt Roosevel would wouldgive ould ouldglvl L Lgive
give glvl the Mormons a square deal deal She Sherecalled Shereadied Sh ShreeshIel
recalled President Koosevelts Roovelts ad ¬
dress on March 13 at the National Nalional
Congress of if f Mothers Mother when he said Sid
Dut the te iijition iittion is in a bad bd way Ra if ifnot ifthtre itthere
thtre there i8 no r tml 1 home I If the fHmiy family i is isnot
not nt of the rightkind riih right kindo kind if the lh mini m irumnnot W i inot inot
not a good goo hustoHitd hUShH1 and father if he h heis is g
brutal brutl cowardlyOr oWr ly or selfish1 selfish1Commenting Holfsh HolfshComm4 seiflshCommemiting
Commenting Comm4 ntnl on this she said saidI sid
I do not charge chalgE that Mormon 110rmol hus ¬
I bands bnds as R individuals are brutal or orcowardly oreowardl otcowardly
cowardly eowardl but I do charge clHrge that th t the thesystem theI m msystem
system they the represent reprent is if brutal selfish selfishand 1JOsh 1JOshKnd I Iamid
and cowardly cowardlySystem ontrdl OWmtrtllVSystem
I
System is Brutal BrutalThe Brutalrho
The president preident in hii address Hddres said
sid
hI I believe in womans
heleve keeping her herj
selfrespect > pct just as I believe
j bCleve utllOC III in 11IMI1 mans S
doing doln so o I believe beleve in her rights rhht just
as < K I believe beJeve in mans mansI
I shall 8hHI never forget our presidents I
took lk as he turned to the thl officer of oi r Ir
the congress conbrs and raising his hand in Ii
the gesture geture we all know lotW so well wel said sai
1 want every one in this house tonight
to know I mean ever every wOd word I sa say
So I say sy to you that the president iwesidenlwill rsldent
will wi never disappoint disappint the million miion and anda I Ia
a half of
women by standing for a sys s s
tern ter that entraps lntra defenceless dfenceless women
in foreign lands land brings them to our ourshores ourshore owshores
shores shore without funds under un er false rep reptnta
iesentations tnta tons and forces upon them a asystem asyst4m m mSystPnm
system syst4m of harem life Jfe worse than the
life Jfe of an inmate of a Turkish harem
We Ve in the congress eongle of mothers moth rs know knowthe knowthe knowthe
the president prfsldent would not stand for traf trf traftic ¬
tic fc such as this and Hyrum Smith did didnot didnot I Imiot
not pay President Pr ident Roosevelt a compli compliment compl comphimont ¬
ment when hen he said sid he knows us and andwill andwil anc I IwIll
will wil stand by b us usRoast usRoast usRoast
Roast for J Ellen Elen Foster FosterMrs FosterMrs I
Mrs lrs Dubois then devoted attention atenton 1
to Mrs J Ellen Foster
118 Elen and Mrs lrs Ida L
Husted Harper Harpr who have essayed ed to tc
es
defend Mormonism and said saidEvery sid sidEer saidEvery
Every Eer church society societ and every eveI pa paper papr paper ¬
per pr available avaiabe must mut be used to kill ki the theviper thevipr th m mviper
viper vipr of polygamy Poln Hm that is being beingwarmed beingvarmed beintwarmed
warmed in our fireside freide and will wi rise up upand upand urand
and sting stng our children chidren When hen women womenlike womenlke I Ilike
like lke Mrs 118 Ida Husted Harper Harpr and Mrs MrsJ lrs lrsJ
J J Ellen E1en Foster Fo tlr to t whom God has en entrusted entrusted entrusted ¬
trusted unusual powers use these thee pow powthej powers powers
ers fot fom wIre pulln pulling or ow party gin ginthey gains
they will wi answer to the master of th thuniverse thuniverse timuniverse
universe for fOJ fo wrong use of their talents talentsand talentiand
and will wi jfl soon son reap the benefit benett of their theirlack theirlack theiilack
lack of principle princpl through people not notbHeving no t tbelieving
believing bHeving in them themPolitics themPolitics
Politics Politcs and Morality MoralityFosters MoralityMrs I
Mrs 18 Dubois quoted from one of Mrs Ir
Fosters FOters Idaho speeches in which whc1 she shesaid shesid I I
said sid id moral questions questons should have no noplace noplace n nplace
place in politics pltic and said she would go g
further than Mr h Foster Foter and an say sy that thatpolitics thatplt I Ipolities
politics plt should play pIa no 10 part prt in moral moralquestions moralquetinM mora 1 1questions
questions quetinM She defined defned her own n posi position pi piton position ¬
tion ton by b saying sayingt
hI t believe b leve in equal e < lua suffrage 8ufre but I do donot donot d dnot I
not believe belee in women wire Ire pullers pullersEvery puUersEvery pullersEvery
Every pure woman Jias l s lofty lof ideals idealsthat C Cthat
that she Is trying to reach Mrs lIr Fos Foster Fo Foter Foster ¬
ter cannot cnno come to our state sate and tell tellour tel tel I Iour I
our women that a moral question does doesnot doesnot doe S Snot
not concern them Our strong western westernwomen westernomen I Iwomen
women omen know kno and feel fel their duty dut to toward toward ¬
ward the uplifting uplftng of their homes They Theystand The TheMtd Thefor
stand Mtd for all aJ that is pure strong and andlofty andof ant I Ilofty
lofty of and they the are a mighty influence influencewhenever infuence infuencewhenever inliuenewhenever
whenever they the attend atend national natonal meet meetings mee meetingim ¬
ings ing of women in the east eastIn Pt eastIn
In closing Mrs 18 Dubois Dubl said saidWe sid sidWe saidWe
We who are striving for better wo womanhood womanhood woimianhood ¬
manhood higher motherhood and purer purerchildhood purerhldhood r rchildhood
childhood hldhood have felt fel the majestic majestc influ influence infu infuence Influonce ¬
ence of our honored honore president in our ourmidst ourmist r rmidst
midst mist and in our western parlance parance I Itoo Itoo Itoo
too would vould say sy he will wi give fh us a square squaredeal sUQre sUQredeal squarmdeal
deal but if I mistake mistkf him not that thatsquare tht thtsuare tb I Isquare
square suare deal will wl be on the side ie of l le legal legalized gal galized al alized
ized hood hoot childhood chidhoo and Ind sanctified nctfed mother motherhoot motherhood
a 0 0ACCUSED
C
ACCUSED OF THEFT THEFTSeattle THEFTSette THEFTSeattle
Seattle Sette Wash rnsli April Apri 11 111 1IMr Mrs L A AFreestone AFreestone AFreestone
Freestone wife of the chief amalga amalgamator amalg amalganiator ¬
mator of the big Treadwell Tredwel gold mines minesat minesat 3 3at
at Juneau Jun 8u was arrested arreted here this ths aft afternoon aC ¬
ernoon frnoonb by Pinkerton detectives detectves on the thefrom Ulefrom tl tlfrom S
from the companys mills mi The dust dustfrom dusttrom t
from the companys Cmanys mills mis The dust dustwas dUlt dUltWKS t tt
was located at the local locl United UnJed States Statesassay State C
assay a office otce Mrs rr Freestone had Just Justdeposited justdepmdted insdeposited t
deposited it The prisoner rhoner admits admt thlt thlt1J that thatlie this t tbe
lie 1J < secured fCuJc the gold golI dust unlawfully unlawfullyliut un1avtily un1avtilyut
but ut she sbe11tA sbe1ma lias refused to give g l details detls of ofhow ofJiO o ohow i
how JiO she came cmc in possession osessiol of It
HARRIMAN H OFF OFFTHE OFFTHE OFFTHE
THE DIRECTORY DIRECTORYDisplaced
Displaced D in Northern Nortler Securities Securtes by byHill byHil byHill
Hill Hil Supporter SupporterMEETING Supporer SupporerMEETING SupporterMEETING
MEETING WAS PASSED UP UPUNION UPUNION UPNIONPACIFIC
UNION U NIONPACIFIC PACIFIC INTERESTS NOT NOTREPRESENTED NOTREPRESENTED NOTREPRESENTED
REPRESENTED REPRESENTEDJEW REPRESENTEDt REPRESENTEDN REPRESENTEDRIEWT
t
N JEW EY YORK YORK April Apri 11 l1re 11J1heannuai 11J1heannuaiuieeting T > eannual eannualmeeting annual annualnieetng
I meeting nieetng of the stockholders sockholders of the theNorthern theNorthern theNorthern
Northern Securities Seqrite company In InHoboken iuHoboken liiHoboken
Hoboken today toda elected five directors directorsi direton
i lof of o f which Amos T French is a 3 new newmember newmem newmeinbtr
J member mem r Mr r French is a director of ofthe ofthe ofile
the t ile Chicago Indianapolis Indianapols Louisville LouisvilleRailway Luisvie LuisvieRaiway LouisvilleRailway
Railway Raiway company cmpan Robert Rober Bacon D DWillis DWiis DWillis
Willis Wiis James Thomas Tomas Kennedy and Ed Edward Edward Edward ¬
ward T Nichols Nic11s were reelected direc directors directors direcots ¬
tors t ots Officials who announced the
Ofcials re result result meuit ¬
sult s uit of the election electon declined declned to say ijty who whoretired whoretre whoetired
retired retre r from th board of directors to toive toive i igive
give g gs ive place laee to Mr 11 French The only oll ollstockholders
stockholders s present vreent at the meeting meetng
were E T Nichols general generl counsel counselrmam counselWilliam
William P Clough and Nicholas Ter Terhune
hune It I was a announced that 2148 21834 21834sharts l48iS4 l48iS4hares 84 84shares
shares s had been voted by b these thes three threemen threeJnen threeen
men m en
menAlthough Although Alhough those thos present at the meet met meetng ¬
ing1 i ng declined dClined to say SM what director of the thecompany thecommny timecom3any
company retired retred to t give Ive place place to Mr MrFreneh MrFrench
French it was currently currenty reported in the the
i district dHtrict without denial that E H Hat ITarrimun Hatriman liarriman
riman was lg the directorwhp failed faied to be bereelected beI bereeleete1
reelected At Mr r Harrimans office officeno ofho ofileeno
I no statement on the subject was ob obtainable obtainable ohtalnable ¬
tainable
Harriman Displaced DisplacedThe DisplacedThe
The Evening Post says suysE su saysE s sE
E H Harriman president of the theUnion timeUnion
Union Pacific Pacifc and Southern Pacific Pacificrailroads 1neiOe 1neiOeI Paeitlerailroads
railroads rairoads was w s displaced from the direr directorate dirertorate lrec lrectorate ¬
torate of the Northern NOthern Securities Seurites com company compan cornpany ¬
I pany pan at a stockholders stokholders meeting metng in Jer Jersey JelS Jersoy ¬
soy S City today tOay this action acton marking mHrkingwhat markingwhat
what Wall Val street looked loked on as a cul culmination culminaton ¬
mination minaton in the > longstanding enmity
between the Hill Hi and Harriman parties partes partesin partiesiii
in the Northern Norther Securities Securiies company companB
By B a 0 vote yol of strictly stricty the Hill Hi shares sharesand sharesand shareslmi
and lmi proxies representing rfluesenfng In combina combination combinaton comnbination ¬
tion ton 2648000 26480 share Mr 1 Hill Hi elected electedAmos elededAmos elettedAmos
Amos T French a soninlaw foninlaw of John JohnS
S Kennedy Kenned also al of the Northern Serum Securities Seeurites SerumIties ¬
ities ites company and one of Mr 11 Hills Hillsstanchent Hils Hilsstanht Hillsstaneht
stanchent stanht > t supporters to Mr 111 Harri Harrimans HalTimuns Harrimans ¬
mans place on the boardi boardiThere board boardhere boardThere
There here was va no contest untet over Mr Il Har Harrimans Harrimans Herrimans ¬
rimans displacement at todays toda s meet meeting met meeting ¬
I II ing of the stockholders The stock held heldby heldI heldby
I by the Harriman
interests including incudin incudinthE
the thE 52000000 2OO of Northern Securities Securitiesshares Securites Securitesshres Securitiesshares
I shares in n the Oregon Ore on Short Line treas treasury treasur tressury ¬
ury ur was not voted at the meeting at atall atall
meetng
I all al nor has it been voted at any North Northern Northern Northera ¬
ern Securities Securite meeting metng since Mr lIr Schiff Schiffmade Schif Sehlffmade
made his proposition proposiin to the board for a asettlement asettement asettlement
settlement settement of the whole disturbance a ayear aear ayear
year ear ago and itsabsolute il its absolute rejection rejecton by bythe bythe
the Hill Hi interests interpstsGREAT interestsGREAT
e
GREAT DEBATE BEGUN BEGUNFrance BEGUNFiance
France Ffnce Trying to Separate s p tc Church Churchand 1rch 1rchand lTrch lTrchand
and State StateParis StateParis StateParis
Paris April Apri 11 1The 11TIme The chamber of dep deputies depute tleputies ¬
uties ute was crowded today tola when discus discussion disus disussin discussion ¬
sion sin of the sections stons of the church and andstate andstate andstate
state separation Sel > rton bill bi was opened open d Abbe AbbeLam A AbbtLamnire I
Lamire Lam ire began 1 n the debate debte by b referring referringto I
to the argument that separation 81alaton had hadbeen hHdben hadbeen
been ben successful succesfl l in the United Unied States StatesThe StatesThe StatesThe
The speaker spaker contended that France oc occupied occupied occupied ¬
cupied a B different position tlositon from that thatof thatof thatof
of the United States StatesSeveral Stat StatesSeveral 8 8Sceral
Several amendments tending to spec specify SIeCify specify ¬
ify the thE extent of the religious relgious liberty libertyto Jbelty Jbeltyto
to be b allowed alowEd under the bill bi were veredrawn wiOi wih
drawn drwn on the assurance asuranee of Minister 1nlster of ofPublic ofPublc ofPublic
Public Publc Instruction Instructon BienvuMartin BienuIartn that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the government intended to permit ab absolute abslute absolute ¬
solute slute liberty lberty of conscience The first firstsentence frst frstsen firstsentence
sentence sen tenee of the section of the thE bill billwhich bi billwhich
which declares the republic republc assures assuresliberty assure assuresliberty
liberty lbrty of Conscience onscieIWf was adopted adoptedMADRID adoptedMADRID
1
MADRID RIOTS WERE WEREWORSE WEREWORSE WEREWORSETHAN
WORSE WORSETHAN THAN REPORTED REPORTEDParis
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Paris April Aprl 11 1Displtehe 11Dispatcimes Dispatches received receivedhere receivedhere receivedhere I
here through official otcial channels show showthat showthat showthat
that the rioting riotng on the Calle Cale San Ber Bernardino Bernardino Berimardino ¬
nardino Madrid yesterday eterday between betweenworkmen betwEen betwEenworkmen betweenworkmen I
workmen and police polce was much more morestrious morestrious moresErious
strious than vas as at first frst reported reportedTroops reportedlroops reportedTroops
Troops lroops were sent to assist asist the police policeand pole policeand I
and the soldiers fired fred on the mob mobwounding mobwoundJng mobwoundIng
wounding fifteen ffeen men The rioters riotersstoned riotersstoned riotersstoned
stoned windows and otherwise did didmuch didmuch didmuch
much damage The affair afair grew gew out of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the excitement xciement among the working workingclasses workingclasses
classes case following the loss lo of life lfe due to tothe totime
the collapse cOlapse of the resrvoir reservoir Saturday Saturdayhe
The he feeling feelng has ha increased increaed until unti the pop populace populace populace ¬
ulace now is showing a menacing atti attitude att attitude ¬
tude tudE against the governmnt The lat latter latter hatter ¬
ter has decided deIded not to Declare a state stateof stateof stateof
of siege but the authorities authoriie have havetaken havetaken havetaken
taken urgent measures to suppress any anyattempted an anatempted anyattempted
attempted atempted renewal renewal of the 11C disorders disordersMORGAN disordersMORGAN dIsordersMORGAN
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MORGAN SMITH SMITHAND AND WIFE WIFELANDED WIFELANDED WIFELANDEDINNEW
LANDED LANDEDINNEW IN NEW YORK YORKNew
New York Yok April AprI 11 1J ilJ J Morgan organ Smith Smithand Smithand Smithand
and his wife who have been bn indicted to together together together ¬
gether with 1th Nan Patterson Paterson on a charge chargeof charJe charJeoC
of conspiring conlplring to obtain obtin money mone from Cae Caesar Caesr Caeear ¬
ear sr Young Yount the bookmaker inr 11 connection connectionwith conneton connetonwith connectionwith
with whose whO death the Patterson Patern girl Jlrl is isateo isal isalso
also al under indictment and is about abut to be betried betrie betried
tried trie a third time tmr arrived in this city to tonight tonight tonight ¬
night Smith Smih and his wife were werf arrested arrestedin arr sted stedIn
in Cincinnati Cln < nnat Yesterday Yeterday they abandoned abandonedtheir aban abandonedtheir oned onedtheir
their fight fght against asJn t extradition extrditon and start started star started ¬
ed f for New York tn the custody of of ¬
ficers To avoid avok the crowd of curious curiouspersons curiouspersons urlouspnon
persons pnon assembled astembled at the th Grand Central Centralstation Central CentraltKton Centralstation
station tKton the Smiths Smltl were taken tken from the thetrain thetrin thetraimi
train trin at the One Hundred Hundre and Twenty Tvent Tventfifh
fifth fifh street stret station t on in a carriage crlHge J Ran Randolph Randolph Raimdoiph ¬
dolph Patterson PaU4rsn father of ot Nan 8n Patterson Pattersonand PMtf Pattersonand > rsn rsnan
and an of Mrs 1n Smith Smih was at the the Grand GrandCentral Grnd GrndCentral GrandCentral
Central station staton but had no opportunity
to see his daughter daughterThe dushter dushterThe daughterThe
The Smiths will wi be bt arraigned arri nfd tomorrow tomorrowTheir tomorroTh tomorrowTheir
Their Th lr return was not voluntary Assistant A AssistantDistrict sltnt sltntDi
District Di trlct Attorney Atorney Rand says Smith will willhave wi willhave
have not only to fo o answer the conspiracy conspiracycharge conlplrey conlplreyrbr conspiracycharge
charge e but al also o will have to
rbr bt als wl appear for forcontempt forcontempt or orcntempt
contempt cntempt of oourt ourt before bfore Justice Justce apr New Newburger Xewburger Newburger
burger in the supreme court courtMINERS courtt courtMINERS
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MINERS KILLED IN RIOT RIOTDuluth RIOTDuluth RIOTDuluth
Duluth Minn 1nn Aprjl If ITyO lfTwo Two miners minerslIias minersElas ininems1IIas
lIias Elas H Atkinson Atln n and John Eckdahl Eckdahlwere Eckdahlwere Eckdahiwere
were killed kied and several severl seriously In Injured injurfd Injured ¬
jured by strikers in a riot which oc occurred occurre occmxrred ¬
curred curre today toay at the HullRust HulRu t mine mineat mineat mineat
at Ribbing Hlbbin1 Minim In The he men were em employed emplo employed ¬
ployed plo ed by the Oliver Olver p Mining lning company companyLYNCHING compny compnyp compnyLYNCHING companyLYNCHING
LYNCHING THREATENED THREATENEDCoffeyville THREATENEDCofevie THREATENEDCoffeyvilie
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+ f the woman woma tduy Ha escaped eope esoLpet pIattackc Blood Bloodhounds Bloodhounds + fhounds
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San Francisco Frawisto April Apri 11 1As 11AS AS a result of the torture tortU to which sh shwas sho showas shiwas >
was subjected yesterday esterdn Mrs rs Hose Torturioi Tortulif wife wjf of the suspected suspectedmurderer suspectNlmurderer suspectedmurderer
murderer of Biaggia Biag ia Vilardo Viardo in is mentally mentaJy and n < physically Ilhysicaly prostrated prostratedand postrted postrtedand prostratedamid
and is under the care ear < of a physician phy ieial In ah an attempt aleu1It to force a con conftssion confssion coimfssiomm
ftssion from her she was lemporuliy temporarily deprived epliEd of her infant and andthrust andthrust andthrust
thrust into the autopsy room at th time mqrewe luoiue where lay la the mangled re remains remains iemnahmis ¬
mains of Vilardo Vinr < o She Sht Sh refused to loqdt 10 oq at the t1 body threw herself on onthe 01 omithe
the floor foor and became hysterical h stJic1 Thert rheD the bloodstained bloolstaine cleaver with withwhich withwhich withwhich
which the crime was committed commite and the bloodstained bloodstaine blanket and andshawl andshawl andshawl
shawl in which the dismembered dismemb red trunk was wrapped were suddenly suddenlyproduced sudd sudthnlyproduced nly nlyI
produced prouced with the result resul almost al st of driving the terrorstricken terror trikel woman womaninsane womanjnsne vomanInsane
I insane jnsne Her condition conditon today todny is reported as serious seriousSENATOR seriousSENATOR seriousSENATOR
SENATOR MITCHELL IS ARRAIGNED ARRAIGNEDPleaded
Pleaded Not NotGuity Guilty to toThp Thnefcof Thr t tof of the indictments ndictmentsPlea Plea In InAbatement InAbatement InAbatement
Abatement On the Fourth FourthTechnicalities FourthTechnicalitiesRelied Technicalities TechnicalitiesRelied
Relied Reled Upon
jORTLAND ORTLANI Ore April ri 11 HJudge HJudgeBelnges Judge JudgeBellingers
P Bellingers Belnges court cur was crowded cIo ed to today today today ¬
day when the time tme arrived arrved for Sea Senator Scnatm Seaatom
atm John Jon H Mitchell Utchel to plead to the thefour thefour thefour
four indictments found against n aist him by bythe bythe bythe
the late J te federal fedel grand nnd jury juryIn jur jurIn juryIn
In a plea pIeR in abatement abatL nent Senator SenatorItch SenatorItchel Mitch Mitchell Mitcheli ¬
ell el challenges chalenges the acts of the late Iate fed federal fedelal federal ¬
eral grand grnd jury by charging charings specifically specificallythat ifcnly ifcnlythat
that Jurors W Yo E E Robertson HobrtsQland and Carl CarlPhelps CHIIPhelp CarlPhelps
Phelps the original foreman and
Phelp secre secretary secreta sorertary ¬
tary ta respectively respectvely had been legally egaly ex excused excus cxcused ¬
cused cus for the term pending the investi investigations inve5t investigatlons ¬
gations gaton that Jurors Juror Frank Frnk G Buffum Buffumand Bufum Bufumand Buftumand
and George Peebler had been sworn in insome insome Iiisome
some time tme after afer the grand jury jur had hadbeen hadben hadbeen
been ben empanelled emplnele that Juror George GeorgeGustin GeorgeGustn GeorgeGustin
Gustin Gustn was not a l citizen ctizen of the United UnitedStates UnitedStat UnitedStates
States Stat that Jurors Frank Bolter Boler and an anJoseph andJoseph j
Joseph Essner were not taxpayers as asrequired a asreluired
required by law and that District At Attorney Attorney ¬
torney Heney was disqualified disIUalfed in many manyways man manways muammyways
ways besides bsde being prejudiced prejudicedDemurrer IrejudicedDemurr prejudicedDemurr
Demurr r First Filed FiledThe Fied FiledThe
The plea pt in abatement was as based basedupon basedupon basedupon
upon the case wherein Senator Mitchell Mitchellis Mitchel
is accused accuse of accepting acceptn pay through the thelaw thelaw timelaw
law firm frm of Mitchell tchel Tanner to expe expedite expedie expedite ¬
dite die land titles ttes before the land depart department department departmont ¬
ment at Washington ashngon in behalf of Fred Frederick Frederick Frederick ¬
erick A Kribs A demurrer was first firstfiled fr firstfiled t tted
filed ted after afer a stipulation stpulaton between the thegovernment thegovernment
government and counsel for the defense I
I that tha t the plea ple in abatement abftement should shouk not notbe notbe
Ibe f be waived aived by h the filing fin of the demurrer demurrerJudge demurrelJude demurrerJudge
Judge Jude Alfred S Bennett Bennet of Th ThDalles The TheI
I Dalles DL1e le as attorney atorey for Senator Mitch Mitchell Mitchcli ltch ltchel ¬
ell el announced that there was a ques question que question ¬
tion ton of moral turpitude tm tu e involved invol d in the thecase theca timeease
ca case wherein Senator Mitchell ltchel is i ac accused accusd accuseit ¬
cused cusd of accepting nccepln 2000 OO from S A D DPuter DPuler DFitter
Fitter and therefore he would w uld waive waiveall waivean waivenil
all legal technicalities leehnicaltes and be ready to toproceed tolroceed
proceed l rotd to trial without wihout delay upon the theissues thcisll theissues I
issues isll at stake stakePleaded stakePleaded stakePleaded
Pleaded Not Guilty GuiltyJudge GuiltyTud GuiltyJudge
Judge Tud e Bennett Bennet entered cnt red a plea of not notguilty notguilty
guilty unt for the senator in three of the thepases theaie timecases
cases aie against him himtwo two for or conspiracy conspiracyunder COnSIirey COnSIireyunder conspiracyunder
under section secton 5445 of the revised reisd stat statutes statimtes ¬
utes te and one under section ectiol 1782 18 for foraccepting foracceptng foraccepting
accepting acceptng money mone while whie holding the po position posiion position ¬
sition siion of United States State senator s nator to expe expedite expedie expedite ¬
dite die title tt before the land department departmentW
W V W Y Steiwer president H H Hen Hendricks Hendricks Henmiticks
dricks secretary seretar and treasurer Clar Clarence Clarence Charcare ¬
ence B Zachary general generl manager and andC andC andC
C IS Glass bookkeeper of the Butte ButteCreek Bute ButeCreek ButteCreek
Creek Land Livestock Lumber
Lhestok com company coman cornpany ¬
pany an entered pleas in abatement sim similar simiar simliar ¬
iar liar to that of Senator Mitchell Itchet the thecharge thechHrge thecharge
charge against them being conspiracy conspiracyto conspircJ
main mainDistrict mainDistrict to 11 cover or fence up UJ the public pubJc do domain domain
District Attorney Atorne Heney objected to tothe tothe
the pleas in abatement on the ground groundi gound goundo
of o their being filed fed too late Hearing Hearingwi Hearingwill
will wi be given g en Friday
RUSSIAN ATTORNEYS IN OPEN OPENDEFIANCE OPENDEFIANCE OPENDEFIANCE
DEFIANCE OF THE GOVERNMENT
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St Petersburg April Apri 11 nAnother nAnothermetng iLAnotherimmeeting Another Anothermeeting
meeting metng of the PanRussian PanHusiln congress congressof congres congresof
of attorneys atOeys was held this afternoon afternoonand afernoon afernoonand afternoonand
and a resolution Jeluton adopted favoring fa orlng the theremoval thelemoval timeremoval
removal lemoval of the autocratic autocrtc regime and andthe andthe andthe
the proclamation prlnmaton of a democratic democratc con constitution consttuton constitution ¬
stitution sttuton on the basis of universal universalsuffrage un universalsuffrage ersl erslsufra
suffrage sufra e and a secret seret ballot ballotIt balot balotI ballotIt
It I is understood that it is the inten intention intenton intention ¬
tion ton of the attorneys attrneys to conduct the thepropaganda thepropagunda thepropaganda
propaganda throughout Russia to toeducate toeducate toeducate
educate the people politically pltcaUy and if ifnecessary Jfnee ifmieceesary
necessary nee r to arm arm them for physical ph sielt
resistance to arbitrary action acton on the thepart timepart
part of the authorities authoritiesIt autitrites autitritesI
It is an fact that
I extraordinary no noarrests nourrests noarrests
arrests have hav followed foloO these meetings meetingsat meetngs meetngsat
at which the words were not minced mincedand mincedand mincedand
and open defiance defance of the authorities authoritieswas authorites authoriteswas
was evident evidentAt evidentAt t tAt
At another meeting meetng held tonight the thebarristers thebrristers thebarristers
barristers brristers decided to cancel cncel a a clause clauseof
of the resolutions in which it
resolutons was pro proposed plOposed proposed ¬
posed to furnish the people with arms armsto armsto armsto
to resist reist the arbitrary arbir4r acts The meet meeting meeting meethug ¬
ing then decided that extreme meas measures measures measures ¬
ures would defeat def t the objects of the theassociation theaSHdation theasicotintion
association aSHdation entirely
FRENCH STATESMAN TAKES FIRST FIRSTSTEP FIRS FIRSSTEP FIRSTSTEP
STEP TOWARD REDUCING NAVIES NAVIESI I
Paria Pars April Apri 11 nBaron Baron DEstournelles DEstournellesDe DEstourneles DEstournelesDe
De Constant Constnt the former deputy deput und undpresident undpreident andpresident
president preident of the parlhunentQ parliamentary group groupfavoring broupfavoring groupfavoring
favoring favoring International Internatonal arbitration arbitraton to today toda today
day da v made mde his debut in the senate in a aspeech asPe aspeeeh
speech sPe urging the military mitr and naval navaldisarmament navaldisarmament
disarmament disrmament of the states sttes of Europe Europeby Europeby
by a proportionate proportonate reduction reducton of their theirforces thEir thEirorce theirforces
forces orce similar simiar to the joint disarma disarmament disormt disarxnttwent ¬
ment of Chile Chie and Argentina Argentna ArgentinaTime t tThe tie
The ie speech spech of Baron Baron dEstournelles dEstournellesde dEstourleles dEstourlelesde
de Constant Constnt attracted attrcted notable notble atten attention aten atenton attentiomi ¬
tion ton He maintained that naval nwal ex expenses exlenss expenses ¬
penses lenss were ruining France lrnce under underthe underthe underthe
the pretext of defending her The Thenaval Thenaval Thenaval
naval programme to which the nation nationivas notQn notQnwas nationwas
was committed commited he added contemplated contemplatedthe
the expenditure of 290400000 before
1917 191 Neither elher France Frnce Germany German nor norGreat norGreat norGreat
Great Britain Briain had the resources popu population populHUon populatlon ¬
lation or wealth wealh to meet these colossal colossalexpenditures colossl colossalexpenditures I Iexpendiures
expenditures expendiures which ensured difficul difficulties dimcultes difficulties ¬
ties tes and debts debt to posterity posterityThe posterl posterityTime
The speaker cited cied statements statement made madeby madeby madeby
by leading leing statesmen of Great Gr a Britain BritainRuswla BrIutn BrIutnRU8ta BritainRussia
Russia RU8ta and ld Germany favoring favorhl a aKuropettii aEwopesii
Euolf Kuropettii accord for the limitation hnittan of ofDaval orDyal ofnaval
naval Dyal expenses txpfnses and urged that this thiswould thisould thiswould
would ould benefit benef the entire entre world par p r ¬
I
ticularly tcularl ticularl Russia Japan and the j
United States leaving them them free fret to
develop their thei commercial cummerial resources resour e I
Therefore he asked that thal the work be begin begin begIn ¬
gin by b France Frnce negotiating negotatng an Anglo
French agreement for limiting Jmitng naval navafexpenditures naafexpenditures navalexpenditures
expenditures and later securing the theadhesion theadhesion theadhesion
adhesion of the other powers powersROCKEFELLER powersI powersROCKEFELLER
I ROCKEFELLER GIVES GIVESUP GIVESUP GIVESUP
UP ANOTHER 100000 100000New
New York April Apri 1L ItDr ltDr Dr H L More Morehousc Moreimouse ore ore110use
housc corresponding secretary of the theAmerican theAmerlcul theAmerican
American Amerlcul Baptist Homo Missionary Missionarysociety MissionarysoCiety Issonar Issonarso
society so ety in this city eit today made the thefollowing thefolowing thefollowing
following folowing announcement announcementJohn announcem n imt imtJohn t tJohn
John D Rockefeller Rockefeler has just given given1ooooo
100000 to the American Baptist Bnptst Home HomeMissionary HomeIssonaI HomeMissionary
Missionary IssonaI society of this city cit which whJchmnes whichmakes
makes a total of more than 51000000 51000000that 1000000that lOOOOOCthat I
that the society has received from fromhim fromlim froniImini
him during durng the last twenty years yearsMr rearsMr ears earsMr
Mr Morehouse said sald aIU that that this gift gif was wasseparate wass wasapparate
separate s parto frm from the two gifts girH by b > Mr MrRockefeller Mrtoekefeller 11
Rockefeller toekefeller to the American AmfrlCan Baptist BaptistMissionary Baptisti BaptistI
i Missionary in Ussionar Boston union Un Ion recently recent recentl y announced announcedin anUOUlle anUOUlleIn unmiounee unmiouneeiii I
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SON OF BANKER BANKERCAUGHT BA N KE
CAUGHT BY COPS COPSHejiry COPSI
Hejiry He pry McCornick IvlcCornck Arrested ested For Driv Driving1 Driving Driving ¬
ing His Automobile Automobie Too Fast Fst FastARRESTED
ARRESTED ON MAIN STREET STREETGIVES STREETGIVES STREETGIVES
GIVES NAME OF JOE JENSON JENSONOCCUPATION JENSONOCCUPATION JENSONOCCUPATION
OCCUPATION TEAMSTER TEAMSTERI TEAMSTERG TEAMSTERG
I IlUG ILG chug tbul churl ch A Amid 1 d a streak sre k of ofI orre ofred
G I red re paint pint was w all 111 that t cocl could be b seen seenor Sfn seenor I
or 0 iMwrtf I it of C an automobile 8UtOlfl tomnobh4e mat matdasuel Uat thatdashed I
dashed dsll 1 down Mainstreet ransr t about a Jt 93 t oclock oclockl oetk et4ek et4ekhist 1
l last st night ni ht and an barely barel aref intend 1 d a street tre tret t ear earat cr crat carat
at the intersection interseton of Main and Second SecondSouth S SecondSomitim nd ndSouth
South streets strtf The Th mysterious nlyteou red devil devilmade dej
r
made a clean clen Iw smveem wo and ant the th p pclrian pclriantook pedestrians pedestrianstook destrian destriantook I
took after afer their tber hats and bonnets bnet as if a acyclone al acyclone
cyclone l clol bad hd struck the town Officer OfficerSnioot Offifr OffifrSmootjum OfficerSnioot
Snioot Smootjum jumped d out into the street with withhis withhis withhis
his hands in the the th air but all lie le got ut was wasa wasI wa waa
a I smattering matering of gasoline asln Officer Offier Nick NkrKGulbranson NickGulbransoim
Gulbranson Gulbransn met the auto at Third South Southand Suth Suthand Southiid
and iid Main Iain streets but a moment later he hewas hewas hewas
was chasing > lt ln his helmet down past Walker WalkerBros takerBros alker alkerBros
Bros store storeThf store storeh storeTime p
Time h officers officer met in the middle mkdlt of the theHtroot theIl1 timestreet
street Il1 > t and dL discussed th the utter disregard disregardand di8re anl anland I Iand
and contempt that the thE autoi autoiCt t had for the thecity theC1 thecity
city C1 ordinance ordilance providing that it shall shal be beunlawful heunlavful beuniawful
unlawful to drive over o er the th > crossing crOing faster fasterthan fastertban fasterthan
than four miles mie an n hour They Thtv decided decidedto leided leidedto I Ito
to send Snd in a riot call cal to police Jlct headquar headquarters hedQuar hedQuartrs ¬
ters if the chauffeur in
4 persisted ptrsste exercis exercising exerci exercisii ¬
ing in his machine machitf > on Main street streetFive strNt strNtFhe
Five minutes minutts later latt > r the headlights I1adlKhts could couldbe couldbe couldbt t
be seen coming up the street stret So S Officers OfficersSmoot OffCrs OffCrsSmoot i iSmoot
Smoot and Gulbranson Gulhrnson hid behind bhind a tele telephone telephone ¬
phone Iole The autoist cut a circle circlearound circlearound rcle rclearound i
around Third South and then headed at1e < for forState forStte lotState
State Stte street street A moment later JRt r the ma machine machine machine ¬
chine came down Second Seon South to Main Mainstreet Mathstreet Iain Iaintret
street tret at full ful speed and a figure f ul eight eishtwas eightwas eighlwas
sp
was inscribed insrlld at Walker Bros Bro bank bnk cor corner corner corner ¬
ner Her the th ensrine en dn refused refu d to work workami workand workand
and the officers offtrs piled ple into the th machine machin machineTime
The driver refused to go to police polie head headquarters headquarter headquarters ¬
quarters quarter and a heated ha te dispute followed followedbut follwed follwedbut foitowedbut
but finally fnalh he h consented consentedAt cons ntel ntelAt
At the station staton the chauffeur gave the thename thtname thename
name of Joe Jot Jensen Jftn a teamster t It Itproved I II IIprove1
proved however to be b Henry Henr MeCorniok MeCorniokson I ornik ornikson
son of W V Yo S McCornick lcCornlck He deposited dtJtt dtJttfor t 2 2for
for his appearance in police plee court this aft afternoon af afternoon ¬
ernoon on the charge of fast driving drhn The Theother Theothtr Th Thother
other othtr three occupants ocupdnb < of the automobile automobilerefused autoobil automobilerefused
refused to give glv < their names namesMILLIONS namt namesMILLIONS
0 0MilliONS
MILLIONS ARE AT STAKE STAKESupreme STAI STAKESupreme < E ESupreme
Supreme Court to Decide Validity of ofNew ofNew ol olNew
New York Corporation Corortion Fran Franchise Fmnchise Franchise ¬
chise Tax TaxAlbany TaxAlbammy
Albany Albal N Y April Apri 11 1torle 11Attorne Attorney
General Genera Mayer ayer will wi go to Washington Washingtontonight Washlngtoitoimight Yashlngon Yashlngontonight
tonight or tomorrow tomorow to appear for the thestate thestate tinstate
state before the United States State appar supreme supremecourt sTtme sTtmecourt smpremmcourt
court for the final fnal argument argment of the cor corporation COIratin corporation ¬
poration ratin franchise frachis tax tax case cas which bih has hasbeen ha habeen las lasbeen
been pending pending before bfore the various courts courtsof courtsof courtof
of the state and nation naton since the law lawwas lawwas laswas
was enacted six sf years elrs ago While Yhie the theDa
Da paers rs in the CA case e menton mention onl only a few fewlarge I Ilarge
large New York City Ci corporations corporationswhich corprtons corprtonswhich corporationwhich
which have taken up the prosecution pr0cutin of ofthe ofthe o f fthe
the matter every eve corporation corportin in the thestate thestate tinstate
state large or small slal is interested In Inthe Inthe ix ixthe
the result If I the decision of the th ap appeals appeals appeals ¬
peals of this state is sustained the va various various vaiious ¬
rious corporations corporaton will wil in the aggregate aggregatehave B aggregatihave gte gtehave
have to pay over to the tax collectors collectorsin coletors coletorsin collectorin
in various counties counte more moe than 2506
000 0
000The
The law la wan waf enacted enHcte in 18S9 18 upon up the thespecial thespecial tin e especial
special recommendation recommedaton of the then thenGovernor thenGoernor thexC
Governor C overnor Roosevelt Roosevel Its It c cetitutin cetitutinalt canstitutjomm canstitutjommsilty Hietitutk > ii iiality
ality alt has been a matter mater of litigation ltgton ltgtonever m mever
ever since slne and it has been bn upheld upel by all al a I Ithe
the courts of this state stateALABAMACOAL statee stateFIENDISH
e 0 0FIENDISH
FIENDISH WORK W0LKIN W0LKINALABAMA I J JALABAM
ALABAMACOAL ALABAMA COAL OAL CAMP CAMPBloseburg CAMFBlossburg I IBlosbU1
Bloseburg BlosbU1 Ala April Apri 11 nA An explo explosion expioslon ¬
sion of dynamite today toay wrecked wreke the thehouses thehous tb e ehouses
houses hous of William Wilam Gate colored and a awhite awhie awhite
white whie miner named name Alexander Alexde both bothnonunion bth bthnonunion h hd
nonunion miners 1nner ml nezs A 10yearold 10yearolddaughter lOearolddaughter d
daughter of Alexander Allxlnder was killed km and andtwo andtwo an antwo tI
two other children ohldren in the same family familywere famU I
were badly hurt The explosive was wasplaced WlS WlSplaced wa waplaced IS S
placed on the front porch prch of the Alex Alexander Alx Alxander Alexander ¬
ander house A A strike of the union unionminers unionminen
miners minen has ha ben b en on at Blossburg since sinelast e j
last summer summerSTANDARD sun1merSTANDARD summerSTANDARD
STANDARD OIL INDICTED INDICTEDFrankfort INDICTEDFrankfort
Frankfort Ky K April pri 11 HAbout About 400 400indictments 40 40 40indictments eli
indictments indictment charging the Stndard Standard OH OHcompany onccmpan 01 I
company ccmpan with wih failure falure to take out pod peddlersP 1
dlersP ler5 license lcense as required require by the Ken Kentucky Kentuek KenS pI 1 ¬
tucky tuek statutes statte wKe w wejfm returned returne by the theFranklin tim S
Franklin FrnkUn county1 ot3 igrand d jury today todayS tudaySf1lant todnibeen r
S Sf1lant Uantodlci 1F waiuMav av been ben returned returnedrecentlyiri returl returmme d dTefnt1i drtintWId
recentlyiri Tefnt1i state ltte severaTOcounties 5 countc of the thestate Uleltte tim timstate
DOWN STEEP HILL HILLTO HILLTO I ITO
TO HIS DEATH DEATHHarold
Harold Porcher Loses Lose Control Contol of His HisBicycle Hs Hsicycle HisBicycle
Bicycle on Firt First Street Steet Grade GradeUNCONSCIOUS Grde GrdeUNCONSCIOUS
UNCONSCIOUS TO THE END ENDEIGHTEEN ENDEIGHTEEN
EIGHTEEN YEAROLD SON OF MR MRAND MRAND MRAND
AND MRS R M PORCHER PORCHEROSING PORCHERI PORCHERL
I
L I OSING 08LG control cotrol of o his hi bicycle ticycl1 tee b
L cause caus of the tle speed with which wbh wbhas be
was as descending dtin the U steele see Ftwst Ftwststreet Firt Firtstret
street stret hill hi Harold Harkl Porcher l cl aged ae IS ISyears ISyer
years yer was thrown thro to the te pavement Pennt at atthe atthe
the foot fot of the grade lade on State Ste street streetyesterday strt strtJreterday
yesterday Jreterday afternoon afterno and an sustained suaiae In injurt
junta jurt s which hlch caui c his hi death defh at atoclok S Soclock
oclock oclok last Jat nisrttt nisrtttYoung nlKbt nlKbtYoung
Young Poreher PorKr was pedaling to work ork orkfrom
from h his ho home 5 5 fbth Sixth paln strt street abut abutp about
2 p m The TI First Fln street hill hi is seldom seldomused Ido
used by b bicyclists blccl ts but the t1 lad cho chO chose choseIt e eit
it i because 1a U8 it afforded atOd an opportunity opportunityto
to roast fHSt The grade is it several Hverl hundred hundre I Iyars
yards yars in length and s H great reat was the thespeed
speed sp attained ataine that Porcher Porchr was ws un unable n j I I
able foot to make mak the te sharp turn at the I I I
tot I
totHi His Hi wheel hl slipped sippd from under undr him lim limand
and in i falling hg h head struck heavily badly badlyalm
alm against t the tb curb Harry L Roberts Robts Robtswo
who wo lives 1e at the EmeryHolmes EryHolm was wasone wasone a
one of the first frst on the tb scene sce He im immediately immeiately Immnediately ¬
mediately meiately removed remove the unconscious unconsciousboy unconsiu
boy ov to the home of Robert Hobrt Preston Prton 31 31N
North N rtb State Stte street stret and then the sum summoned summone
moned mone Dr C M L Benedict BenedictSeeing Beneit BeneitS
Seeing S ing the gravity gravi of o the th boys bys con conditon
dition diton Dr Benedtet Bnedit had hd him at once oncetaken onc
taken to the L D S hospital hpial He was as asable
able to ascertain asertain from Porcher in hit hi h I Ismiluid
semilucid smiluid moments moment where lie lived Jied j
Mr 11 and Mrs Irs Robrt Robert M 1 Po Poreher reher the thepalnls
parents wer notified notf and were wel eme at the thelads Uelads
lads bedside bsie when the end en came Ct He Hewas Hewas
was unconscious unconsiUM at all al times tmes after afterreaching anelretuhing
reaching retuhing m the hospital h6ital hosnitalThus
Thus hu far the exact cause caus of death deathlias deth dethhas I
has not been bten asertained ascortaine the physt phystrians physlcans
rians cans c examination examinatin having hain failed fane to die dlsclose 11 11o
the neck was wasbroken
close < halO o whether wlethr or not
broken by b the fall fal or ornther whether a blood blo
clot c lot had formed fOlutd from a compound c mpund frac frc frcture
ture t ure Coroner CoronEl Dana T Smith Smlt1 will wi hold hl I
an inquest inquet this morning Inornin InorninTh morningThe i
The Th father of the boy by is a a member memberof nH mbtr mbtror
of If Eagle Gate lodge loge No 10 A O U UV rant UIV
IV V and it is probable probble that members membrs of ofthe ofthe
ant
the order will wil assist in the tht funeral funerl funerlserif
services serif The date for the latter later has hs hsnot hasnot
not been bEn set t tGOVERNOR
GOVERNOR 0 OV ERNOR BRADY HAS HASEXPLAINED HASEXPLAINED
EXPLAINED BY MAIL MAILWashington MAILYashington
Washington April Apri 11 11 Secretary SecretaryHitchcock Seetary
Hitchcock Iitehcok has received rteive a cablegram cablegramfrom eablegam eablegamfrom
from Governor Brady Brdy of Alaska Alaka in inresponse inrepns
response repns to the secretarys sret s letter letlr of a amonth amnth amonth
mnth month since asking the governor govern to toexplain toexpain
explain expain his connection connetin with a mining miningpromotion I
promotion promoto company comJny The governor goyrnorn
merely n > eh says MV8 that tt b l he hxssent hK has st sent explana explanaLion expana expanatOf
Lion tOf by mail mai The president preident of the thegovernors theoernors thegovernors
governors oernors company compny who ho Is I a clergy clergyman cerg cergman
man called aied upon the secretary srtr and ex explained explain explained
plained plain < d the governors oen1rs connection conneton with withhis Ith Ithhis
his company compn but he was told that his hisshowjng hi
shoving was not sufficiently sufdenty clear clar to torelieve torelee torelieve
relieve relee the governor from the charges chargesGRAND hMrge hMrgeGRAND
GRAND JURY IN SESSION SESSIONStandard SESSIONStandard
Standard Oil People May Be Indicted Indictedin
in Kansas KansasToneka KansasTOkf KansasTopeka I
Topeka TOkf Kan Kn April Apri 11 I 11J J R R Garfield Garfieldcommissioner Garfd Garfdcommisontr Garfieldcosmmissofler
commissioner commisontr of corporations colrto s started strte his hiswork hisvork hiswork
work of investigating JnveUgtn the Standard Stanard Oil Oilcompany 01 Oilcompany
comJNt company in Kans Kansas today toa Three Tbre ape special sp apechat ¬
< chat ial agents of the department dlrmnt ue e here herewith hre hrewJth herewith
with Mr Garfield Garfeld They Th are xolnj xolnjthrouerh gong gongthroulh golagthmrourh
throuerh throulh the records rtr in the office oer of the thesecretary th thesecretary
secretary lr tar of state stat gathering gthtrin data dt con concerning conet commcerning ¬
cerning et > rning the various vartoU varos oil oi companies comDnle doing doingbusiness ding dingbusines doingbusiness
business busines in the state Charles Charle Earl one oneof oe oeof oneof
of the asents a ents held hfJd a conference with withGovernor withGovernor ih ihGovernor
Governor Hoch Hoh this afternoon aftrnon at which whichvarious whicharios whichvarious
various arios methods nHths of securing suring information informationwere informatin informatinwert informationwere
were wert touched touehe upon UIXHICommissioner UDII UDIICommisoner uponCommissioner
Commissioner Commisoner Garfield Glrfitld today txHY arranged arrangedto Rrrn < e
to meet cet United Puitd States State District Attorney Atoney
Dean Dan tomorrow when they the will nl have a aprolonged apolonge aprolonged
prolonged conference onerpnce Mr Dean has
polonge 11 re received recfht recolved ¬
ceived cfht certain orders ordtr from the department departmentof deprtment deprtmentof
of justice jusice in regard redrd to the oil oi fight tht which whichhe whth whthh whichhe
he h will wil not divulge The federal feeral grand grandjury grnd grndjury grandjury
jury is Is also al in session skn here at this time timeIt tm timeit
It I is i thought thou ht to be b the th intention intentin of the theofficials th theofficials
officials offcals to brintr brinf some of the evidence evidencebefore eviden C Cbefore
before bfore the grand Jrand jury but the tht officers officersrefuse officI officersrefuse
refuse to discuss disus the matter mter in any anyway an anwa anway
way wa
e 42o 42oGERMANY
c cGERMANY
GERMANY AND MOROCCO MOROCCOPropositions MOROCCOPropositions I IPropositions
Propositions Being Laid Before the theSultan theSultan theSultan
Sultan SultanBerlin SultanBerln SultanBerlin
Berlin Berln April Apri 11 lThe UThe The German German gov government 0 0ernment ¬
ernment continues contnue to lay before bfore the thesultan thesulan thesultan i
sultan sulan of Morocco Moroo the advantages adanlp of ofrequesting ofrelueing L Lrequesting
requesting relueing the powers pwers to agree among amongthemselves amongthem amongthemnaisiveis
themselves them ehe by an international internatonal con conference conference conforesee ¬
ference on the things thing they thy would like likehim Ukt likehim
him to do These ThE include incude acting actng on the thesuggest thesugetons thesuggestionsfor
suggest sugetons suggestionsfor ionsfor for the systematic systematc payment paymentof pyment pymentof t tof
of the foreign debts debt bringing about an anadjustment anadjustment I Iadjustment
adjustment of the tariffs tarifs and taking takingsteps takingstep takhitsteps i
steps step to properly police Jolce the th country countryAlthough countryAlthough countryAlthough
Although no n official ofcil confirmation confrmatOI is ob obtainable obtainable obtamable ¬ I
tainable at the foreign fOelgn office otce it is un understood underto anderstood
derstood derto that strong expectations expctatins are areheld areheld areheld
held there that the thl sultan slt will i accept acceptthe accpt accptthe aceepthe
the idea of an international internatonal conference conferenceWhat conferenct conferenceWhat
What rhat is said officially ofialy is that Germany Germanywould Germny Germnywould Gernman3would
would accept sueh su h an invitation invitaton a as of offering offering offering ¬
fering the best bet way for a a settlement settement of ofthe oftht o r rthe
the tht difference diferf > ne in in views between btwen France Franceand Frnct Franceamid
and Germany GermanyMISSOURI rrmau rrmauMISSOURI lermanyMISSOURI
MISSOURI BLUE LAW LAWSt
St Louis Will Wil Be a Closed Town TownNext TownNext I INext
Next Sunday SundaySt
St Louis Lois April Apri 11 lAnnouncement 11Announcemers Announcement Announcementwas t tmade
was wa made today toa toda by b hi President Preiet Stewart Stewartof Stewart
of the board brd of police pli commissioners commissionersthat conuisoners conuisonersthat
that the Sunday Sunda closing coing law com commonly commonly cornmonly ¬
monly termed teru1d the blue law la would wouldbe ould ouldbe 1 1be
be enforced in St Louis Luis beginning next nexton nextSundy nex t tSunday
Sundy Sunday Accrding According to the general law lawon C COn
on Sunday observance obsrvance It I is a mis misdemeanor mlsdem mIsdemeanor ¬
dem demeanor nor to perform prform labor other other than thanhousehold tha i ihousehold
household houshld work and work of charity chari chariindulge
indulge in games s expose exp for fo sale sle a any an angoods y ygoods
gos goods or lIquors Iqu keep kep open ojn saloons 11001 or orcarry orcarr o r rcarry
carry carr on o the businessof busine business or bartering barberin on onSunday Of oi a aSunday
Sunday SundayThe SundayThe I IThe
The supreme court c urt has decided deided that thatSunday tht thtSunda thisSunday
Sunday Sunda baseball b bU is a recreation 1eceto and andnot ad adnt sue suenot
not nt prohibited prohibitedJefferson prohibite prohibiteJe prohibitedJefferson I
I
Jefferson Je ern City Mo o April prl 11 lGov lGovernor iLCoy iLCoyerimor Gov Governor ¬
ernor Folk expc expects to go o to SU Louis Louishimself Loui S Shimself
himself 1 m lf Sunday to 10 see that tltt the Sun Sunday Sunday Sunday ¬
day closing < i0 ng order is i enforced enforcedWILL enfrced enfrcedWILL enforeedWILL
WILL SEEK ADVICE ADVICEWashington ADVICErashlngton ADVICEWashington
Washington April Aprl A pril 11 11ecr iLSecrefar Secre lay layHitehcock ary aryHitchcock y f
Hitchcock has decided deide to refer rfer to the theattorney theatorney tim timI 0 R
attorney atorney general the question queton of rail railroad rU I ¬
road Tod rebates r on malarial 1ul ar us u used d in i con connection i ¬
nection tctol with wih thp1rrl the1rr1gatIen the irrigation Q re veolnMttioa veolnMttioaservicc to a aII
servicc stri which 111 Comptroller ComptruleJ TracewvII TracewvIIhas Traeew II 11
has doritlej dcd dci Pled eo could loud not be e legally Itgal ac accepted actpted a amepted I ¬
cepted
COAST C CAPIT CAPITALFOR CAPITAL CAPITALFOR At AtFOR
FOR SALT LAKE LAKELos
Los L os Angeles Ange1e Investors Ivestors Tie Up Vala Valaable Valaab Valiable
able ab e State Stte Street Steet Property PropertyTH Proper ProperTHEY PropertyHEY
THEY T TH HEY Y SEE BIG GAINS AHEAD AHEADACTIVITY AHEADACTIVITY AHEADCTIVITY
ACTIVITY A RESULT OF THE OPEN OPENING OPENING OPENINC ¬
ING OF SAN PEDRO PEDROLOS PEDROL PEDROOS
I I OS ANGBLBS GEE capitalists Catts ar arlul arlax r k kiox
LOS L f L lax lul m raid r OA real r estate ett estateLake e in 1 alt altLatt 1 t tLe
Lake Le Peter Peer Haack and W VNijl j i iG iBradabw ni niG
G Bratfshaw Brlw are a the first frt on 0 f fground fround Iround >
round < g and they tey have secured sured alrra alrraoptions alropton alr alrrptions
options opton ° on o some s desirable drble pie pis pirtea < < s of ofproperty f fprpry sm smroperty
p property prpry State street seems ms to bo h tl tlfavorite t tPavorite
favorite f territory tertol for these te investors investorsfrom jr irvetOrsom tOis tOisfron1
from fr om the th coast c and the indication iudiatioT nor norare 10 10are iiovre
are a re that they thy will wl be b in on the grvv gn I Ifloor Ifr Ioor
floor fr fl oor of one o of the most mot active tam tampaigns ir iraigne n npaigs
paigns paigs p thai tba the t real estate ete of ait ait Ixtk Ixtkhas IAkr IAkrha L1ikas
has ha h as experienced expri n d for many a day dayYester dayYesterday
Yesterday Yester Messrs M r Haack Hack ui aLl Bri B1d B1dw B1 B1mamv < i ifVaw
fVaw s < mamv w secured sure an option otIn on a fliu fUf piv pivti pi pif p pground
j ti f ground Just south uth of the ile
l groun jt th Indep Ild Iimdcprlc Iimdcprlcelephone p I 1f
Telephone T building buldlnl fronting frntng wes ivtsState Wt westate
State Stte g tate street stret The T frontage tront is i S21 St Stnciudlnr 1 fe fM fMincudin t tincluding
j including incudin a a half baf interest intere in a 1 1 p pt cst >
f foot st t right of way w The e lot lt i id is isssp 4T 4Tdi4jp
d di4jp ssp p The Th option oJln was wa secured securedJames UP 4 1 1Jame I Iames >
j James Jame ames X Stevens Stees for 3tXW 3tXWfront 0 0GO e t a a aront
f front frn ront t foot fo foSecure
Secure Other Property PropertyThe Propertyhe
The he same men Peter Haack ar T Tliam Tam TV TVliam
i liam am G Bradshaw Brdhaw secured scrd will willlast wi 1 e elast east
last l ast few days an a option opton on i I etate > T r rState < 1 1State
State S tate street sret lot a few feet fet norji no imortilks t i > T TElks p pElk <
j Elks Elk E lks club house This Thlf lot Jt has ha a aage t tge frir frirase +
age a ge of 4154 U feet fet on State State ftplt street T ar < ad d deDth a atleath aeath
t tleath d eDth of 16S 1G 1 feet The Te price prkelearne t tearned o olearned
j learned learne neither niher wa was the nam nameeller te teseller e esllr
s seller sllr The T same se men secured suTEd securednother T ngt ngtanother > igrl igrlanother
another a agent a ent an option Ion on a IcxT 1 ex n 1 1lot 1lot Iot
cp
lot h hfl ot < fronting tronUnl east eat and al south 5uth on rh i I Iner < r rner 1er
n ner er of State and Fifth Ifth South Southis Southhis PT PTThis
This T Ta his is faces fae the city el and ad county ont i 1U1 1U1and 1i 1itmd ni 5 5and
a and a tmd is considered csiere valuable yaluablE i iThe mhe I j jThe >
The T Tw he i price > rice rce and ad name of the te sell sellwithheld fl t tithheld 1 1withheld =
withheld w < In this case ca also al It I as te al a aleant aearimesi o olearned
learned leant I that still 5i tih1 another aother fine fnt Tit Te Tetate rn rnState P1State
State S < tate street stret had been bn tied te up by MP MPHaack Meaaek fC fCHak < = <
i Haack Hak H aaek and Bradshaw Brahaw but th tht the l < a or orwas 0 0was oas
v was w as kept secret Scret The Investors ar arin Hp aen Hpin
i in n the thE city ciy investigating inetgtng other oth r pi lug lugdesirabl pa esesirable or ordesirable
d desirable desirabl d property proprt on the market marketOthers marketOthers > t tOthers
Others After Afer Church Property PropertyNor
Nor is this thl all all It I leaked leae out out11 in inthe i r > g gthe ghe
t the he day yesterday yetera that tht western wetprll TITT 1f i a ane aegotiating r rnegotiating >
i negotiating ne n otaUng tor or the purchase of o oIetbodl ih ihMethodist I IMetimodlat
J Methodist Ietbodl churh cnwrch property popy on OI T TSuth Ti 1 1South Iout
South Suth S out between btwe Main Man and and State StatE str strDeals shDels strDesist
Deals Dels are a on for the purchase Iurchase ol c tt ttentlre t tentre trntire <
entlre entre e block blok and for the te purchase o odifferent 0dtereltt oiffereilt <
different dtereltt d portions vrtol of it I It I la I tpt tptthat expe xp < N tr trthat t that <
that t a deal del will il be b closed clo for this thi fir firproperty fr frprrty r rroperty
to property prrty p tp within j thin a a few days dys The Th Mf Mfodist M t toist tdist
dist oist o people pple intend to sell sl this prop prop1 prop1and r rand rnd
and a nd purchase Durcha a lot farther out in inesidence fl flresidence 1
residence reidence r district ditric as a the site for a 8 fire firenew fn fnne fir firew
new ne n ew church churchThese churh churhrh churchThese
These rh real r estate purchase pur ami amitions alJ alJHons v vions
t ions t by western eten ete men are ae among aol1g the thefirst h h11t bfirst
l first 11t fruits Salt Stt Lake Le Is to reap o 11 11t iihe i ithe
the t t < he building bidb bulidin af a4he Ae e Sm an n Pedro Per 3Jar 3JarReal s sReal
Real Rel estate cte has b been n unusually atJH atJHon a ate ateoil h
on 01 < the coast CSt particularly pUcu1ly in Los Ls Lsgeles A Ageles t teles
geles g eles wheseting where something like lke a I boom bom bomben boombeen as asbeen
been ben running It I is if but bt natural ha hathe hathe hihe
the t he men interested inteted there should rcalizr rcalizrthat r2UZ r2UZthat renlizehat
that t this end of the line line is to benefit bPHfft as aswell asw1 aswell
well w1 a as the coast cat end and it I is but 1 a aural aural aurn
ural urn that their foresight fOleght should Mhoull1pf Mhoull1pftem tpf tpfthem rp rphem
them tem t hem to get in before bfore the th rush rh Ma Maother r3 T Tother
other deals are aevro1 promised for th the rpa rpafuture rnyuture 3 > >
future f I
THEDEATH THE DEATHRECORD DEATHRECORDRev RECORD RECORDRev
Rev Dr J J Murray MurrayPittsburg MurrayPttsburg MurrayPittsburg
Pittsburg Pttsburg April Apri 11 lRe 11Rev Rev J J J Ja M Ma Tr3 Tr3a
a member m mbr of the Maryland MarJnd comern comernthe COlrr COlrrth corner r rthe
the th Methodist ltblst Epstcopal Eptp church ai o < i jsixtyfive r rsixtyfive J Jslxtyfhe
sixtyfive years ears a minister of th thtiled S 1 i itiled p pd > <
tiled d today tOa aged SS S years yearsMrs year yearMrs yearsMrs
Mrs James P Hutchinson HutchinsonPhiladelphia HutchinsonPhiadelpia HutchinsonPhIladelphia
Philadelphia Phiadelpia Pa April Apl 11 l 11Mrs Mrs Ir J JP Jm JmP r r rP
P Hutchinson Hutchil wife Yife of a a Jai local piniM piniMeldest pit pitlldest pmeldest
eldest daughter duhte of A J Cassat Cassatdent Casa Cassatdent t t 1
dent of tte t the Pennsylvaniarailroaci Penylvania rlra M ugrand a axrand 0 0Jrn
grand Jrn niece nl of President Preient Bucharir Bucharirdead Buchl Buchai c a adead
dead at her b nom h boise here after afer an ansevhul j jseveral lr lrsvel < =
several svel weeks weeksBloomfield weQ weeksBioomfield i ii iBloomfield i
Bloomfield J Miller MillerXewark M MillerNewark ier I INewark
Newark X J April Apri 11 lBld UBt Bl > r fV > l lJ i iJ
J J Miller mer actuary and vice vi prrsi prf prPt1the ill I1 I1the r rthe <
the Mutual utua Life Insurance Insu cp iompar iompardied tomrarh tomrarhdie vornardied >
died die at his hl home here today todayMETHODIST toa toaMETHODIST todatMETHODIST
METHODIST MINISTER MINISTERSUSPENDED MINISTERSUSPENDED MINISTERSUSPENDED
SUSPENDED FOR A YEAR YEARVVilkesbarre YEARVlkesbre YEARWilkesbarre
VVilkesbarre Vlkesbre Pa April Apri 11 l liAt At t Ja Jasession s sson asession
session son of the Wyoming Vyomin Valky Val Va1ie l 3 Mti Mtioditet r > ta taodist t toit
odist oit conference the committee cmmittE committeeto appo pprrtd pprrtdto rfd rfdto
to investigate jnvetl te the charges chre against t tRe c cRev o oRev
Rev Re C w e Smith recommended remm < ded hat 1 js jsbe p psus3ended I
be b suspended sus n from ministerial mlnltenal fu f ffor Hi Hifor s sfo
for fo one year The Th committee cmmitee riurfei riurfeithat r r c 1 1that
that he was guilty guily of indiscn indiscreti t t iu a aimprudence t d dImpudnc 1imprudence
imprudence Impudnc Th The report rurt was wa a liM r rThe > A AThe
The Rev Smith Smith who was wasfrmfr form rU Cas Castor 1astor az aztor ¬
tor of the Jiairview Friw Methodist Ieholgt chure c ill at atBinghamton atBnhamto atBinghamton
Binghamton Bnhamto X Y was wa charged with withattempting JtIi JtIiattempting jh jhatemptng
attempting atemptng to induce induc Miss Mi Horton Ihrtol tite tite16yearold t tio16yearold 1 116ytarold
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elope elop with vtlh him hlmTHREE hintTHREE
THREE PASSENGERS PASSENGERSINJURED PASSENGERSINJURED PASSENGERSINJURED
INJURED IN WRECK WRECKTopeka WRECKTopka WRECKTopeka
Topeka Topka Kan Ka April Apri 11 1In flIn In the coiision coiisionlast cosOUlast < oionJast
last night at Kingsley Klngsl Kan of tw two > At Atchison A Achlson Atchison
chison Topeka Toka Santa Fe pass paLger paLgertraIn rger rgertrains gertrains
trains Xo 8the B the Chicago express expressNo ird r0 r0Xo
Xo 31 u the California Calforia limited mUP cx bth btii > tli ca cabound cabound 3
bound bund only ony three thre passengers psn pr iverp trp JTS jnjure injured JTSjured
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of the crew crw were ere hurt hurtThe hurtTh hurtThe
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porter pt r on Xo S S serious sris Frank Fnk J Br ve vefireman f e efireman
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man cook co on o Xo No4 4 slight slightDECISION slght alightDECISION
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DECISION HELD BACK BACKBoston BACKBston BACKBoston
Boston Bston April Apri 11 1The 11The The question questionceptance QUfton QUftonceplc i iceptance
ceptance ceplc or o rejection rejton of John D T Tfellers no It Itfellers l lfellrs
fellers fellrs offer of tel of 100000 JoO to the te Am Amboard Amr Amrbrd i iboard
board brd of commissioners emlssilen for forcu forcuskm < 11 1s 1satoll
atoll sn was as discussed disus today toa at a a meet meetthe mettjl t i m e ethe p pthe I
the prudential prudetil committee comltet The Te d dof tiof I
of the committee committe will not be ann annuntil ano < 1 1unUI Iuntil
until next net week wek The acceptance acceptancegift aeptancc aeptanccsf acceptancegift <
gift sf has ha been Bn opposed pJ by a large lase n nof T in inot fl flof
of congregationaMst con regtonast clergymen cermen be beof b c cof 0of
of Mr r Rockefellers Rokefellrs connection cnneton a Kit KitStandard it ti L LStnad t C CStaedd
Standard Stnad Oil Oi company companyJUMPED cmpny cmpnyJUMPED companyJUMPED
JUMPED TO HIS DEATH DEATHMarietta DEATHaretta DEATHMarietta
Marietta aretta 0 A AudI Drl ril 11 1 11Major Major Iajol mY VJ V VJ i iIt
J J Jewell Jewel one of the mt most widely 1 i W
G A R R men of Ohio was waskIUed irst irstkilled int1
killed kJUe by a railway riwy train trin here hre today to todayCecil a
Cecil Cei Gardner Oar be b was in an aut autbile lltd lltdbie I Ibile
bile bie The T machine had passed passedahead passedahead s d dahed
ahead ahed of an Incoming IDcminz train trn tva u 1 1Jewel 1ibm
ibm Jewell Jewel becoming bming excited exCt jump jumln U L
fell fel under une the te train trainBITTEN tin tinBITTEN trainBITTEN
BITTEN BY MAD DOG DOGPhiaelphi DOGPhiiadelphis
Philadelphia Phiaelphi April A rl 11 lJohn 11John John H Tai 1 ta tason a I Ia <
siu a son sn of o Captain CDtn Ewad Edward D Tansi Tansicommander Tai Talicmmand Taiconimander <
commander cmmand of th th the battleship btteip Massuih Massuihs Massa suc h hstts
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