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SQUAREROOF ROOF GARDEN GARDENStanford GARDENStanford
Stanford White Eminent New NewKT NewYork NewYork
KT 1 A 1 o TL 11 1 1
York Architect Killed by byHarry byHarry bv bvLatter
Harry Kendall Thaw ThawLa ThawLatter
Latter La ter the Husband of Evelyn Nesbit NesbitWho NesbitWho NesbitWho
Who Was Present When the theDeed theDeed
Deed Was Done
New Yock June 28 2iStanford Stanford White Whitethe Whiter it itthe
r the eminent em ent Architect archftMit ofi a the theflnn firm of Mc Mc7im McJiim McEim
7im Mead White was shot tonight tonightand toniiht toniihta tonightkind
and a nd almost Instantly killed by Harry HarryThaw HarryThaw BarryThaw
Thaw a member member ef the prominent promln promtnnt1tts promtnnt1ttsburg tr1tts tr1ttsburg PHts PHtsIUrg
burg family during the performance e of oftltt ofUIE ofl1l
tltt l1l musical extravagance Mamselle MamselleChampagne MamseUeChampagne Mame11echampagne
Champagne on the reof of the Madison MadisonSquare Madisonquare Madisonsquare
Square quare garden Mr WMte TJlKe died dl d before beforen
un n ambulance could be summoned summon d and andThaw andfilaw gndThaw
Thaw was arrested immediately after the theinooti thehootlDg thenoottiig
inooti < hootlDg hootlDgThe sr srThe
The Madison Square roof garden which whichi wi ch chJJlS
i JJlS < i as been closed ed for several years yea was wasrowded wasrowded wasI
< rowded tonight with a fashionable au auii UlJInce antiEflce
ii lJInce once While Harry Short who fills the therincipal theJrinclptLl theirincIpal
rincipal o oemcedy medy role In the piece piecelnging was WHStinging waswging
L tinging a comic song and the th garden was wat
t 1 hoing with the laughter JU bter and applause applausethe
< 4 the audience a series of shots rattled rattledu
u 1 the rear of the auditorium and a man mann manevening
n evening dress was seen to fall across acrossr r088 r088table
r table at which he was sitting with a a1jrty aldrty an
n 1jrty irty of friends The TbeIDIln man who had fired firedtii firedtiP firedI
tii tiP I P > shots fled pistol in hand toward the thearest thearest
1 arest exit where he was as seized and die dtetrned dhtmed dietmed
tmed by police policeAudience policeAudience policei
i Audience in Wild Panic PanicInstantly PanicInstantly PanicInstantly
Instantly the great audience was U thrown throwni thrownlJtJ
i lJtJ to t a panic and a wild stampede oc occurred 00ltred ocirred ¬
curred ltred during which chairs ana tables tablesVfre tablesv
v Vfre de re overturned and men and women womenl
1 ught with ith desperation to escape e from fromtiff fromti1f fromVitO
tiff roof roofThe rooffbe roofbe
The be man who ws shot was quickly quicklyidentified qUicklyd quicklyntIf1ed
identified d ntit1ed as Mr White bite but his aaeail aaeailf a
f nt It t was wa Hot positively kn kBflWR wn to be Thaw Thawiatil ThawtHtil Thawtiltii
iatil after he had hem It en taken to the eta statn stILtlln etat
tn t n house Parson in front of the tlt au aut anL
t toriam tori am where wh8retlHt th the tra tragrady ady occurred1 ecet2zre say saythat sayThat y
that they saw w a man sitting with a a task iashonably tasknab1y I
onably drocaod woman in the tIMre rear r sud sudnly sudtnly sudH
L tnly H < nly walk down toward a table in inHunt illHunt in1tnt
Hunt fashj
Youve YoIve Ruined My Ir y Home HomeChfifirst HOne HOnefirst HomeT
T hr Chfifirst first inut intliution inUtaaCfoa of trottWe We came eme emet camesic i iYouve
t I 4IL sic rJe rJetm
tm 1 ni the man C1aIUI C1aIUIsouv gJm i iYouve
Youve deserved this o Stouve ouve ve ruined ruinedTI ru1neI
TI I home and nd drawing dr wiag an automatic automaticol
< < 101 ol fired three bots The first twe1k twe twei tw twi
i I i 1k > k effect but as the third was tit dteK titJ
1 J Hged the pistol was struck upward upwardI
1t K I a fireman on duty in the theatre the tre and andoutlet IMloul andoullet
outlet oul t went skyward skywardThe skywardThe skywardt
t The assailant Uant was taken to the West Westjnrtieth VestT t
T jnrtieth 11 street str et police station where he het hed8 hetcserIbed
t tcserIbed d8 scribed < rlbed himself as John Smith a sta staunt stllu stuLnt
unt u nt of 188 Lafayette Lafa > ette place Washington WashingtonIK
IK 1 C but the police on searching searchl him himItand bim1lund himItand
Itand cards and letters addressed edto to Har Harry EarI ¬
1 ry Thaw of o Pittsburg and nd litter his iden identity MenI ¬ I Il
tity l r ty was fully full established establishedThe estbll bed bedlhe
The shooting occurred at 1031 19 p m mwhile mvi ntchiie
vi while ie Harry Short was singing I Could CouldLove CouldLwe CouldLove
Love a Million Girls Thaw bad been beenat beenat been4W
4W at the performance all the evening and andhad andL3d andl
l had been noticed to be very nervous and andexcited andexcited andtc1td
excited White had been previously to tothr toth to11w
thr th Manhattan club and had only onl been beenrt beent
rt t the t he garden a few minutes wfcen w n Thaw Thawconfronted Thawnnfronted ThawflftOfltbd
confronted him himAsked 1 1Asked
1 Asked to Notify Carnegie CarnegieFireman CarnegieFlre CarnegieFireman
Fireman Flre n Burden took the revolver away awayfrom awayfrom awayfrom
from Thaw and aJMlbande4 handed him over to Po Polrman PoI Po1man
lrman I j pmlln Boobs who placed him under underurTPst uDderrrplt underirfst
urTPst Thaw handed cha fta policeman JO II IInd 1 1nd M Mmd
md nd asked him to notify Andrew Carnegie Carnegietnat
tat he was in inlhaw trooWe1 trooWe1Thaw lroulaleThaw
Thaw it is alleged said to the fire fireHIH fireni firenn
HIH ni nn i n
nDeserved Deserved what he got He rained my myf myfp myand
f fp > and deserted de tej the girl girlWhite girlWhile rl rlWhile
While Shaw was being held by the po poI i
1 man the young Yoa1l3 woman who is de de defTibed doI
I 5 fTibed ribed as short slender dark and very veryrptty veryrI veryrtty
rI > rptty > tty again put her arms about his hisi hisiik
i iik erk f k Thaw Tha w told her to keep quiet and andjvt andIt andt
jvt t get excited as all would come out outnil outvH i iIt
nil It n right rishtImmediately ri rightImmediately ht I IImmedlate1
Immediately after the shooting the cur curtnin curt1in curtin
tin was rung down on the play playTh hqThf playTbe
Th Thf audience for a few moments lDOntelltaoo lDOntelltaooPro be be1pved
1 1pved Pro the firing of the shots wig w a hoax hoaxand boLTJd hoaxrTd
and TJd applauded But devetopraeMts derV came cameF me mefast e erut
F > fast and it was so ouddeniy Iy made madet madef
f t > ar that they were witnessing wttne l a trag tragedy t tdy trsgJy ¬
edy dy that a panic followed followedWhite followedWhite followedI
I White Entered Late LateThe LateThe LateL
L The performance was drawing to tonose a ariose aJ
nose and Spices Big Six a sort of up uptodate uptndate upL
J todate Florodora sextettecame sextette came on when whenSir whenMr whenMr
Mr White Vblt entered the place He came camefn camefnm cameIrm
L fn fnm < m theManhattan the Manhattan club where he had hadrr badpnt hadrnt
rr pnt nt the earlier rller part of the evening eveningJie evenln evenlnHp
Jie took a seat in the fifth row and on onH n nt
H t 1 > < left side of a table and leaning over overengaged over1g overE
engaged E 1g ed In conversation with Harry Stev Stevrns StevfTlS StevIs
rns Is the caterer of the garden gardenThaw gardenThaw gardenThaw
Thaw bad d been present pr nt during du the en entire entire entro ¬
tire performance With a woman said saidfo
10 be Mrs Thaw he had taken seats at ata ata
a rear table H He was in evening dress dreasnnd dressT1d I
11 nnd T1d his overcoat was thrown over the theback the13ck
back 1 a ck of his > chair He got up every eo few fewminutes ffWminute fewminutes
minutes and walked about and the spec spectators spectat spectators ¬
tators tat ors later recalled that he had acted actedery a actedI tedftY
I ery ry nervously nervouslyThe nerYouslyThe nervouSlyF
F The six women on the stage fe hod d begun beguntheir becvutheir beguntheir
their song when Thaw left It his Wife and andwalking andWalking andwalking
walking rapidly down the aisle stood stoodfir Jltoodr
fir f r a few minutes right ri ht behind 1Mb1 Mr Mrhlte MrhIte MrWhite
White hlte looking at him hard hardThree hardThree
1 Three Shots Fired FiredWhite Firedhlte FiredF
F White hlte apparently was utterly ignorant ignorantnf
nf I his peril Then Thaw quickly pelted pelteda
I a pistol from his trousers trou ers pocket and In tnuSck Inuck InU
uSck U ck succession fired three shots Two Twotook TW8tK TwoL
L took t effect either wound being mortal mortalMr mortLMr mortalMr
Mr White without a sound slip tHI d down downthe downthe downL
L the floor the chair and table Ie falling fallingon
F on top of him hir The audience broke roke into intoripple intoI
I 4 ripple of applause The women near by byfcf byfN byr
r fcf fN sfelng elng tng What had happened and the bleed bleedf bkHHlfouing
f owing from the mans wounds screamed screamedr
r w WI > of the girls on the stage fled fledfureaxntng fledreamtng fledrmtng
fureaxntng into the wings wingsJet wingseL
i Jet < eL back into your 001 Im line roared the theare theage th thsage
sage > are manager ma ager so that ail heard it One Onet Onethe OnedIe
dIe t < the girls started back but she again
4 4 < 11 d i to the wings while two of the re re rer Toir
Vr ir r inlng lng T 1our ur seeing the cajuse cause of the theV theb1e thek
k V ble b fen over in a faint The curtain curtainrt
V c rt rung down quickly quicklySeveral quicklySeveral quicklySeveral
Several men In the audience rushed to toMr toMr toL
L Mr Whites assistance but the thef FteyWan FteyWanwid eyldangs
wid f id he bAd died instantly His r rtIkefl wa wataken was wasfaken
taken after it became pos lWe IBtits I In tJe tJettfm ex exr ecetrment
r tcroeat ttfm nt which followed to his home Me at axi
1 Fast Twentyfirst street streetAttempt tl streetL 1 1Attempt
L Attempt to Escape EscapeImmediately EscapeImmediAtelY EscapeImmediatelY
Immediately after ftOT the shooting shootingiThaw sbootiD iThaw iThawPanted Thaw Thawf Thawplnted
Panted f nted the revolver in the direction lrecti of ofthp ofthp ofI
I thp stage > and then sxjeepieg s plag it around aroundtoward aroulltitoward aroundinward
toward the audience as If attempting to toi ttOver
1 i tOver vcr his r TPtrt tr > at started for tb tbs exit exitHe exit1fe eithi
hi He was quickly disarmed by b Fireman
Frank Bruden who rushed at athlm him regard regardappeared regardlees regardlees
lees of any peril Be SKId lator that Thaw Thawappo Thawappeared
appeared appo r d to be dazed and offered little littleresistance tttleresistance littleresistance
resistance Henry Rogers one of the theaudience theaudience theaudience
audience assisted the fireman and to together to tosether together ¬
gether they rushed Thaw to the elevator elevatocWhile elevatorWb elevatorWhile
While Wb e waiting for the car to come a amatter amatter aflatter
matter of a few seconds Thaws wifewho wifewho wife wifewho
who was Evelyn Nesbit a member of the theoriginal th thorlglmtl theoriginal
original Florodora sextette rushed up to
him threw her arms around him and de declared d6 d6clared dodared ¬
clared Ill stand by you Harry HarryThaw HarryThaw HarryThaw
Thaw Taken to Station StationIn
In the car that arrived was Policeman POlicemliA
Debes of the West Thirtieth station who
had heard the shooting and the cries of ofthe
the audience and Thaw was taken by
him him at once to the police station There Therewere Therowere8eYeral Therewore
were were8eYeral several stories of whet Thaw ThawaCter fl flafter l lafter
after firing the shots but a number of ofmen ofmen ofmen
men agreed ed that he had said saidThat saidThat saidThat
That will never go with that thatwoman thatwoman thatwoman
woman again againTo againTo Ift IftTo
To Policeman Debes at the garden he hesaid hesaid hesaid
said saiduell
saidWell
Well damn him he deserved it itOnce it itOnce itOnce
Once in the police station he had ap apparently apparently apparently ¬
parently recovered himself him elf and had be becoinftthe beeo becom
coinftthe eo com the least east excited man in it Stand StandIng StImdIng Standlngmelore
Ing lngmelore iefore ore the sergeants desk in easy easypose CflS easypose I Ipeee
pose his overcoat hanging over his left leftarm JeftrID leftarm
arm he first calmly took out a cigarette cigaretteand
and Heated it itAnswering it itAnswering itAnswering
Answering the usual questions as to toname toname toname
name address addr 88 se etc he was J Smith Smithyears 53 53years 3 3years
years old a student of 33 Lafayette place placeWashington placeWashington
Washington D C CCoolly CCoolly CCoolly
Coolly Puffed a Cigarette CigaretteWhen Cigarettelhen CigaretteWhen
When searched his identity was con confirmed confirmed confirmed ¬
firmed In his card case were cards en engraved 811graved engraved ¬
graved with his name Henry Kendall KendallThaw KetldallThaw KendallThaw
Thaw He had 2iO 350 la cash Refusing
to say a word about the crime and ask asking 8kIng askleg ¬
ing that his lawyers Louis A A DelafieM DelafieMand DelatleldFrederick Delafleldand
and Frederick Longfellow Lon fellow be notified he hepuffed heputted bepuffed
puffed his cigarette and was > taken back backand backand
and locked in a cell The charge against againsthim againsthim againsthim
him is murder murderAt murderAt murderAt
At Mr Whites residence It was said saidtonight Hidtonigkt saidtonight
tonight that Mrs White was vteftfngindwas visitIng
t k indwas WJI Wft expected to toearlier toIft toriiiit
riiiit Ift o J saw 1Itr i WWte Wt Wtwith c cWith
With bt s s L ee who bo 1obfrned 1obfrnedearlier rotiftnodearlier
earlier in the day from Harvard to pass passthe passtbe passthe
the summer vacation at home homeTragedy homeTragedy
f
Tragedy a Mystery MysteryMystery MysteryMysteof MysteryMystery
Mystery still surrounds the cause of ofthe I Ithe Ithe
the tragedy y but its solution may be befound befGUDd befound
found In the words attributed to Thaw Thawimmediately Thawhnmedlately ThawImmediately
immediately after the shooting
Won he ruined my wife and I got gothim gothiM gothini
him himIt hiniIt
hiMIt
It is known that for years bitter en enmity enmity enmlty ¬
mity had existed between White aa alll ast astThaw < I IThaw
Thaw on account of the formers atten attentions attentions attention ¬
tions to Mrs r Thaw which w ich had begun begunprior begunprior begunprior
prior to ber marriage marriageMrs marriageMrs marriageMrs
Mrs Thaw disappeared in the excite excitement exciteBleAt excitemeat ¬
BleAt while her husband was being taken takento takento takento
to the station and up to a late hour to tonteht toht tonight
night ht could not be found foundWilliam foundWilliam foundWilliam
William Thaw Harrys brother < other is reg ¬
istered at the Holland house nut late latetonight latetoni latetonight
tonight toni < ht he bad not been found and had hadapparently badapp hadpPflrefltly
apparently app rently heard of his brothers act actSeveral actSveral actSeveral
Several men WHO who professed to be inti intimate in1l11Ite Inilmate ¬
mate friends of C Thaw called at the sta station station statilt ¬
tion house and asked to see him but the thepolice thepotice thepolice
police refused Tefu absolutely to grant them thempermission thempermission thempermission
permission permissionIt
It was learned learn from Lawrence L wrence White Whitethat Wbltethat Whitethat
that his father had planned to go to toPhiladelphia toPhIladelphia toPhIladelphia
Philadelphia ate this afternodn n on a amatter amatter amatter
matter of business bu ine but for some reason reasonnot reasonnot reasonnot
not known at this time the trip was waspostponed W8Spostponed waspostponed
postponed postponedYoung postponedYoung postponedYoung
Young White hite said that his father may ma mahave
have gone to the Madison Square uare roof roofgarden roofarden roofgarden
garden on a matter of business as he hewas l1ewas hewas
was a director of the garden gardenGloated 8rdenGloated gardenGloated
Gloated Over Killing KillingOn
On the th way to the police station Po Policenmn Policeman Poilceman
licenmn Debee D said Thaw expressed ed great greatgratification STeottitleatteR groatgratification
gratification titleatteR over the killing killingI
I am glad Jad Ishot I shot him he said I Iam 1am Iaragladi
am aragladi glad I did dldagoodobofit a good Job of it It That Thatman Thatmanhas man manhas
has ruined my then dropping his hisvoice hisOice hisvoice I
voice Debes said Thaw said something somethingthat somethimtthat somethirrthat
that sounded s unded like either wife or life3 life3Another life lifeAnother lifeAnother
Another word was not uttered by Thaw ThawCoroner ThawCoroner ThawCoroner
Coroner Dooley arrived early and began beganto
to examine the witnesses witnessesIt eS eSIt
It developed later that Mr White with withhis withhis withhis
his son Lawrence and a chum of the lat latter latter latter ¬
ter Leroy King Kln recently recentl graduated from fromHarvard fromHarvard fromHarvard
Harvard had dined on the portico of ofMartins ofartln ofMartins
Martins artln at Broadway and Twentysixth Twentysixthstreet Twentysixthbtreet th
street while the Thaw party was at din dinner dinner dinnor ¬ I
ner inside In k1e The White perty went to the theNew theNew theNew
New Amsterdam roof where Mr fr White WhiteST Whitesr
sr left the young men He then went to tothe tothe tothe
the Manhattan club and after a few min minutes minuteiJ nunutes ¬
utes up to the garden roof roofHe TO roofHe f fHe
He was w staying in one oneof of the t th apartments apartmentsIn 8 rtments rtmentsIn
In the tower and it te supposed he stopped stoppedoff stoppedoft stoppedoff
off for a few minutes to see the new show showbefore showbefore showbefore
before retiring for the night nightEvelyn nightEvelyn nightEvelyn
Evelyn Nesbit NesbitBvelyn Nesbitlvelyn I IBvelyn
Bvelyn Nesbit who became Thaws wife wifeon wifeon ire I Ion
on April 4 1I lI fl5 was a flower girl in inThe inThe I
The Toreador company They The were wereunirried i iMcBwan
married In Plttaburg by Rev William E EXeBlRn EidcEwan I
McBwan of the Third Presbyterian Presbyterianeharch Presbyterianchurch
church Thaws mother Mrs William WilliamThaw WilliamTaw WilliamThaw I
Thaw in spite of earlier e opposition was waspresent wasPt waspeeaeqt
present Pt t Miss Nesbit is the daughter of ofC ofC
C J Holman man of Oakland a suburb ef efMET fitPltt ofPItturg
Pltt lMKa lMKaMET PItturgMET I
MET ACTRESS IN PARIS PARISHarry PARISHarry PARISHarry
Harry Kendall Thaw a Rover Since SinceHis SinceHis SinceHis
His Majority MajorityPfttsburg MajorityPfttsburl MajorityPlttsburg
Pfttsburg June 25 iHarry Harry Kendall KendallThaw KeDdAHThaw KendallThaw
Thaw is about X years of age a e and is the theson theWIt thesoil
son of the late William Thaw who was wasvice wasvice wasvice
vice president of the Pennsylvania lines lineswest UoesMt lineswent
west Mt of Pittsburg He is a graduate of ofthe ortJM ofthe
the University of o Western Pennsylvania Pennsylvaniaand
and when in Pittsburg made his home homewith bornewith homewith
with his is mother at Lyndhnrst Beech Beechwood Beechwood Beechwood
wood boulevard in the east end of this thiscity thiscity I
city Since his graduation duation front college collegeaad coU coUthe collegesad
sad the attainment of his majority Thaw Thawha Thawhas Thawhas
ha has lived little In Pittsburg Much of his histime bistIMe histie
time has been spent nt abroad and It was waswhile waswJdJe waswhfIe
while in Paris that lie met Evelyn Nes Nesbtt Nesbit Nesbit
bit bit the th actress whom bom he afterwards afterwardsmarried IlfterwardsuJZTled afterwardsmarried
married and who was with him frti when he hedid hedkl hedid
did the shooting s oUn tonight tonightHarry tonigbtHarry tonightHarry
Harry Thaw is a brother of J Copely CopelyTbaw CopelyTbaw CopelyThaws
Tbaw Thaws tat Cpuntess of Yarmouth who whowas wJoWaS whowas
was Alice Thaw and also a1 of Mrs rs George GeorgeLander GeozeLauder GeorgeLauder
Lauder Carnegie of Cumberland Fin He HeIs Ilela HeIs
Is also a brother of Benjamin BeadmlnTtlw BeadmlnTtlwMrs Thaw ThawMrs ThawMrs
Mrs William Thaw mother met her of Harry HarryContinued HarrjContinued HarryContinued
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IN THE THEMEASURE THEMEASUREOmnibus MEASURE MEASUREOmnibus
Omnibus Public P blic Building Bill as asAgreed asAgreed asAgreed
Agreed Upon by House HouseCommittee HouseCommittee HouseCommittee
Committee CommitteeWashington CommitteeWuhiDg CommitteeWshlngton
Washington on June 25 5Tbe The omnibus pub public pub1ic public ¬
lic building bill as agreed upon by the thehouse thehouae thehouse
house committee e on public buildings and andgrounds andgrounds andgrounds
grounds was presented to the house today todayfc todayJI11 todayarrnan
fc Cjiajrman arrnan JI11 Bartholdt Some of the ap appropriatlohs appropatT apopr1at1Iuih
propriatlohs are kr for forThe adatiei ackiitieB8MIdJlQpahs ackiitieB8MIdJlQpahsTbe s dwhales dwhalesThe
The buildings authorized tDgethervwJUj tDgethervwJUjthe mg therw1t therw1tthe
the amounts t to be expended include includeCalifornia inclu incluCaJtfomiaSn lncludbValifornlaSan
CaJtfomiaSn California San Diego 150000 Eureka Eureka13GIOO
199900 San Francisco 5875000 Santa SantaRosa Sa SaiitaRosa 1 1RolM
Rosa 10000 Santa Cruz 15000 19000Ida 15000Idaho 1O 1OIdahoMoscow
Idaho Ida IdahoMoscow oMoscow Moscow JKWOGO JKWOGOMontana 110000lontanaGre1t 1OGGMontanaGreat
Montana lontanaGre1t Great Falls S5000 OOO Missoula Missoula3M9Q MissoulaUtahLogan MissoulaItOOO
3M9Q ItOOOUtAhLogAn 3M9QUtah
Utah UtAhLogAn Logan 50089 ItMTashlngton8pokane 50089Washington
Washington Tashlngton8pokane Spokane 100000 Tacoma Tacoma1CO00 Tacoma1COOOO TacomaMOOOG
1COOOO 1CO00 Bellingham I 25OW 5O North Yak Taklma Yakima Yakma
ma ma OOOO OOOOWyomingSheridan 20000 20000Wyoming OOOOWyomingSheridan
Wyoming WyomingSheridan Sheridan 115000 l1 fJOO Rawlins
18 10010 10010HawaiiHonolulu 1 6W 6WHawaii
18HaW Hawaii HawaiiHonolulu Honolulu 150000 159000Oklahoma 150000OklabomaOkllhoma 150000OklahomaOklahoma
Oklahoma OklabomaOkllhoma Oklahoma City Clt 5tOOO 5tJOThe 5tOOOThe 5D0The
The secretary secre u of the treasury is author authorized authorzed authorland ¬
zed to sell the old Denver mint building buildingfor
for not less than 30MO 800 and apply the theproceeds theproceeds theproceeds
proceeds to the completion of the new newmint newmint newmint
mint building It is also authorized to sell sellthe sellthe sellthe
the federal building at Los Angeles and andapply andaJlly andapply
apply the proceeds to the new federal federalbuilding federalbUtldin federalbuilding
building the cost of which is increased increasedby
by the amount resulting from the sale saleThe saleThe saleThe
The bill constitutes the postmaster gen general general gonoral ¬
eral and the respective chairman of the thesenate thesenate thesenate
senate and house public buildings and andgrounds andgrounds andgrounds
grounds committee a commission to in investigate investigate Investigate ¬
vestigate the postal system in New York Yorkcity Yorkcity Yorkcity
city cityThe cityThe cityThe
The bill probably will be called up for foraction foraction foraction
action in the house tomorrow tomorrowSPANISH tomorrowSPANISH tomorrowSPANISH
SPANISH LANGUAGE USED USEDImpossible USEDImpossible USEDImpossible
Impossible to Secure EnglishSpeak EnglishSpeaking ¬
ing Jury in New Mexico MexicoWashington MexicoTashlngton MexicoWashington
Washington June 25 5The The senate today todaypassed todayed todaypassed
passed ed a bill regulating jury service in inNew inNew inNew
New Mexico after Senator Spooner on be behalf behalf behalf
half of the judiciary committee had with withdrawn withdrawn withdrawn ¬
drawn the amendment suggested by the thecommittee thecommittee thecommittee
committee which made it necessary that thatall tl1atall thatall
all jurymen In that territory should speak speakthe speakthe speakthe
the English language Senator Spooner is isthe Isthe isthe
the author if the amendment and he pre prevailed prevaUed provaled ¬
vailed upon the committee to accept it itHe ItHe itHe
He stated today that the attorney general generalhad generalhad generalhad
had told him that in ten out of the twen twentyfive twentyfive twentyfive ¬
tyfive counties of th the territory it would wouldbe
be oe utterly impossible to secure a jury If Ifthe ittbe ifthe
the amendment should become a law In Inthose Inthose jnthose
those ten counties it is he said absolutely absolutelynecessarv abso1utelynecessar absolutelyneressar
necessarv necessar for the courts to employ inter interpreters lnterprCters interpreters ¬
preters In in all matters going before the theluhy thejuh thejuhy
luhy juh He therefore withdrew the amend amendment amendmeDt amendmont ¬
mont and asked that the bill be passed passedThere passedThere passedThere
There was no objection and the bill billwent billwent billwent
went through minus the amendment amendmentKILLED amendmentKILLED amendmentKILLEDHISMAN
KILLED KILLEDHISMAN HIS MAN WITH WITHNATURES WITHNATURES WITHNATURES
NATURES WEAPONS WEAPONSSeattle
Seattle Wash June 25 25Frank Frank Jones Jonesthe Jonesthe Jonesthe
the youth who last Friday evening struck struckThomas struckThomas struckThomas
Thomas Cullen of Everett on the jaw jawcausing jawcausIng jawcausing
causing death was today exonerated by b a acoroners aCOIoners acoroners
coroners jury and was given his freedom freedomThe freedomThe freedomSThe
The prosecuting attorneys office will file fileno fileno fileno
no charge against inst Jones The jury decided decidedthat decidedthat decidedthat
that Jones struck the blow in selfdefense selfdefenseJUMPED selfdefenseJUMPE selfdefenseMarshalitowu
JUMPED D THE TRACK TRACKMarshalltown TRACKlIarshallto1tI
Marshalltown la 1 June 25 2SSoutbbound 2SSoutbboundtrIB Southbound Southboundtrain
train No I the Twin City Clt and Chicago Chicagospecial Chicagospecial Chicagospecial
special on the Great Western railway railwaywas railwtywas railwaywas
was wrecked early today toda One of the thecars thecars thecars
cars jumped the track at a bridge one oneand oneaDd oneand
and a half miles north of Gladbrook Ia laWhile IaWhile IaWhile
While running on the ties the train trainpassed trainpas trainp555041
passed over the bridge safely safel < After Afterreaching Afterreaching Afterreaching
reaching the far side four coaches over overturned overturned overturned ¬
turned Several evera passengers were injured injuredbut Injuredbut injuredbut
but none fatally fatallyNO fatallYNO fatallyNO
NO RIGHT TO LEGISLATE LEGISLATEWashington LEGISLATEWashi LEGISLATEWashington
+ Washington Washi ton June 25 5Congress 5Congressba Congress 4 4f +
f 4 ha no right to regulate Insurance Insuranceaccording + f faccording
4 + according to the senate committee committeeon +
+ on judiciary The report of that thatcommittee 4 4committee +
4 committee was presented pre ented today by 4
4 4 Senator Spooner The committee committeepromise committeepromises 4 i
4 + promises to give Its reasons at a 4 4ter
4 + later ter date dateEARTHQUAKE
+ + + 44 9 I + I4 t tEARTHQUAKE 4 4 4EARTHQUAKE +
EARTHQUAKE IN KANSAS KANSASTopeka KANSASTopeka
Topeka Ran I n June 25 5An An earthquake earthquakeshock earthquakesRock earthquakeshock
shock was felt at Manhattan Kan at atlM at1aS
lM oclock this morning The shock was wasof wasof
of short duration but was accompanied accompaniedby accomp nfed nfedhy
by a feud roaring roarl g noise and was quite quitedistinct quitedistinct
distinct distinct No serious damaged dgimtgedas Was re re reported reported
ported
InOWElL GETTING GETTINGCUTE GETTINGCUTEINOLD
CUTE CUTEINOLD IN OLD AGE AGEAppointment AGEAppointment
Appointment of Glasmann to toPostoffice toPostoffice toPostoffice
Postoffice at Ogden Will Be BeMade BeMade BeMade
Made During Recess RecessSpecial RecessSpedaI RecessSpecial
Special tc The Herald HeraldWashington lemld lemldWashington eraId eraIdWashington
Washington June ZiRepresentative ZiRepresentativeHowell 25 25RepresentativeHowell Representative RepresentativeHowell
Howell is not prepared prep rcd to announce his hischoice hIscllOlce hischoIce
choice for postmaster at Of O Ogden den and it is isnUe Iswtee Isfl4iX
fl4iX nUe wtee esgtaieahjjt Jjp will I not make a afacommendati areco aiooommendat4
facommendati reco ndt n hi in Inappotnee n4Ito i v1Frtfe v1Frtfeappointee e eappotitee
appointee confirmed at this session of ofcongress ofcougres ofcougreog
congress The term of the present in incumbent incumbent incumbent ¬
cumbent wIll expire on June 30 and if ifspeedy ifspeed ifspeedy
speedy time is not made his h1 successor successorwill successorwill successorwill
will take the office o by virtue of a re recess recess recess ¬
cess appointment which will only hold holdgood holdgood holdgood
good until congress reconvenes and an anopportunity anopportunity anopportunity
opportunity is had to vote on confirma confirmation confirmation confirmation ¬
tion tionWhile
While not talking tan inl about the matter matterit
it Is known that Howell wishes to rec recommend recommend recomunend ¬
ommend and secure the appointment of ofWilliam ofWllliam ofWilliam
William Glasmann If he does this he hewill hewill hewill
will do it in opposition to the strongly stronglyexpressed stronglyexpressed stronglyexpressed
expressed views of Senator Sutherland Sutherlandwho Sutherlandwho Sutherlandwho
who has so little use for Glasmann that thathe thathe thathe
he may carry his dislike and distrust of ofhim ofhim ofhim
him to the extent of making a fight fightagainst fightagainst fightagainst
against confirmation which of course coursewould coursewould coursewould
would prevent it On the other hand handGlasmann handGIasmann handGlasmann
Glasmann seems to have the repre representative representative representative
sentative hypnotized and regardless of ofSutherlands ofSutherlands ofSutherlands
Sutherlands opposition he will prob probably probably probably ¬
ably receive Howells recommendation recommendationwhich recommendationwhich recommendationwhich
which will give him the place at least leastduring leastduring leastduring
during the recess of congress congressIn congressJ congressTRUSTS congressTRIISTS
J
TRUSTS HAVE UAYNO NO RIGHTS RIGHTSIn
In St Louis One Doesnt Have to toPay toPay toPay
Pay for Goods Bought of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Creatures CreaturesSt
St Louis June 25 26In In the circuit court courtJudge courtJudge courtJudge
Judge Ryan decided in favor of a pur purchaser purchaser purchaser ¬
chaser who contended that he does not nothave nothave nothave
have to pay pa for goods which he volunta voluntarily voJuntarib voluntarily ¬
rily bought from a concern which he al alleges alleges a aleges ¬
leges is a member of a socalled trust trustThe trustThe trustThe
The CahillSwift Manufacturing company comlan comlanhad
had brought suit for 240 against Joseph JosephE JosepE
E Walsh on the allegation that Walsh Walshhad Walshhad Walshhad
had bought goods to the value of the thejudgment thejudgment thejudgment
judgment asked and had refused to pay payfor payfor payfor
for them Walsh acknowledged that this thiswas thiswas thiswas
was true and stated that he had installed installedthe installedthe installedthe
the goods in a flat f1 t His counsel termed termedthe termethe termedthe
the company a trust and argued that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the defendant did not have to pay for fori forJoods forgoods
i goods bought from a trust any more than thanhe thanhe thanhe
he would have to pay a gambling debt debtWalshs debtValshs debtWalshs
Walshs defense was based solely upon his hisantitrust hisantitrust hisantitrust
antitrust argument and the courts de declslon decision decislon
clslon was In his favor favorJOHN favorJOHN favorJOHN
JOHN CORT TO MANAGE MANAGEGRAND MANAGEGRAND MANAGEGRAND
GRAND OPERA COMPANY COMPANYSeattle
Seattle June 15 5John John Cort a theatrical theatricalmanager theatricalmanager theatricalmanager
manager of this city cit announced today todaythat toda todathat todaythat
that he had assumed the management of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Henry Russell English grand opera operacompany operacompany operacompany
company and would next season send it iton iton iton
on a tour of the entire country with withNordlca withNordica I INordica
Nordica and Alice Neilson as the stars starsto starsto starsto
to sing on alternate nights The com company company cornpany ¬
pany will number 1 1COUNSEL 165 165COUNSEL
0 0COUNSEL
COUNSEL SELECTED SELECTEDChicago SELECTEDChicago SELECTEDChicago
Chicago June 25 25DistrIct District Attorney C CB CB CB
B Morrison who conducted the trial o othe or orthe ofthe
the packers for the government an announced announced announced ¬
nounced today that he had been appoint appointed ¬
ed special counsel for the government to toconduct toconduct toconduct
conduct the Investigation Into the man management manag management ¬
agement ag ment of the Standard 011 company companyarid companarid companyauil
arid various railroads and had accepted acceptedthe
the position positionWILL posItionWILL positionWILL
o
WILL TURN URN COACH DOWN DOWNLondon DOWNLondon
4 + London June 28 21The The Tribune to to today today +
4 day says saS that it Is informed on high highauthority highauthority 4 +
+ authority that the Henley regatta regattacommittee regattacommltt regattacommittee +
+ committee is very unlikely unUkel to take taketany takean takeany
+ an any steps to adopt the motion of ofCoach ofCoach ofCoach +
tany + Coach Fletcher of Oxford to exclude excludeAmericans xcludeAmGrlcons
4 + Americans from future regattas regattasDROWNED regat regatihsf s sI +
+ f + 4 4DROWNED I ft I
It ItDROWNED
DROWNED IN SNAKE RIVER RIVERBoise RIVEREoLs RiVERBoke
Boise Ida June 25 iFrcd Fred Wheeler 22 22years 22years 22years
years of age was drowned in the Snake Snakeriver Snakerv Snakeriver
river rv r today Ho was swimming and was waso wasoUsreame
o oUsreame reama in some manner His body was wasv wasdJ waswd
v < w nr wd di and shipped to his parents at atCa atCa1dWelI
Ca Ca1dWelI nelI
4
CE MEN JAIL JAILOne JAILED JAILEDFOR JAILEDFOR
FOR CONSPIRACY CONSPIRACYOne
One Year in the Workhouse for forFive forFive forFive
Five Prominent Citizens Citizensof
of Toledo 0 0Toledo OToledo 0Toledo
Toledo June S 5In In common pleas court courttoday courttOdny courttoday
today Judge KIncade imposed the maxi maximum maximumsontence maximum ¬
mum mumsontence sentence of 55900 eoo fine and one one year yearIn yearIn yearto
In the workhouse on five ice men guilty guiltyof guiltof
of conspiracy in restraint of trade
The TheoLm men el sentenced SQIJt are Joseph Ph A A Mil Milr 3 Mi Iil Iilr
aer r wjia It ftis coixvtfted co R R A Beard R R
C XfsmmtonHIls Lomnmn fff abri t uteter 4 JBetar
H Waters Wat rs wh w who jrieileA guilty The
judge said th the < i sentence might be miti mitigated mitigated mitigated ¬
gated In th t the event the men made resti ¬
tution tutionHearing tutionHearing tutlonHearing
Hearing upon motions in arrest of judg ¬
ment cannot be heard for some time and
the ice men will 111 stand committed until
the fines ara ar paid or the sentence other otherwise otherwise otherwise ¬
wise disposed of ofThe ofThe ofThe
The five men all of them prominent
in business and social circles clrcl were taken
to the county jail to await the making
out of the necessary papers to commit
them to the workhouse unless In the themeantime themeantime themeantime
meantime they the meet Judge Kincades re requlremeits rcqulreme1ts requiremeits
qulremeits of restitution to the public publicY publicI publicHEAVY publichEAVY
I I
HEAVY Y m mSeveral SlURry STORMINOLAHOMA STORMINOLAHOMASeveral Ir OKLAHOMA OKLAHOMASeveral
Several People Killed by Lightning Lightningand
and Great Damage Done Doneto Doneto Doneto
to Crops CropsGuthrle CropsGuthrie CropsGuthrle
Guthrle Okla 0km June 25 iTwo Two killed ex extensive extensive extenstve
tensive damage dam ge done crops housesjlemof housesjlemofished houses luousesjlemolished emol emoli5hed
ished and a heavy he Y loss among livestock livestockconstitute lhestocconstitute livestockconstitute
constitute the sacrifice demanded by one oneof oneof oneof
of the worst general windstorms will in years yearsthat yearsthat yearsthat
that swept over Oklahoma and Indian
Territory yesterday afternoon and last lastnlcht lastnbht lastnizht
nlcht nlchtThomas nbhtThomas nizhtThomas
Thomas Graham who wholhed lived near Roose Roosevelt Roosevelt Roosovelt ¬
velt Okla 0km was struck by b lightning and andinstantly andinstantly andinstantly
instantly killed and thescorched body of ofMrs ofMrs ofMrs
Mrs Tobin near Perry Okla was found foundIn
In a barn during the electrical storm In Inand Inand Inand
and near Lawton the damage by b wind windwas wfndwas windwas
was unusually heavy hea One family left leftthe lettthe leftthe
the house and saw the structure sucked suckedup suckedup suckedup
up in the whirlwind and turned over and andover andoer andover
over At Snyder the loss was heavy
Wheat did not suffer as much as corn cornIn cornin cornIn
In the two territories territoriesIDAHO territoriesiDAHO
1 1IDAHO
IDAHO FRUIT GROWERS GROWERSCHALLENGED GROVtlERSCHALLENGED GROWERSCHALLENGEDBY
CHALLENGED BY OREGON OREGONBoise
Boise Ida June 25 ZThe The anticipated anticipatedchallenge anticipatedchallenge anticipatedchallenge
challenge for the Clark cup that was won wonby wonbJr wonby
by Idaho two years ago at Ogden for the thegress thebest thebest
best fruit exhibit at the IrrIgation Irrigation con congress eongress
gress has come It is in the form of a aletter aletter aletter
letter from Fred J Kiesel of Ogden but butis butis butIs
is on behalf of the K S D Fruit Land Landcompany Landcompany landcompany
company of Arcadia Ore and other fruit fruitgrowers fruitgrowers fruitgrowers
growers of Malheur county in that state stateThe stateThe stateThe
The officials of the congress find this thiscup thiscup thiscup
cup cannot be put up as it Is the prop property propert property ¬
erty ert of the Idaho Hortkmlf iral society
but it is proposed to have a cup similar similarIn
In every particular The new cup Is to tobe tobe tobe
be contested for annually annuallyBANNION annuaUyBANNION annuallyBANNION
BANNION ADMITTED ADMITTEDTO
TO NAVAL ACADEMY ACADEMYSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldWashington He HeraldWashington ld ldWashi
Washington Washi gton June 25 25The The house com committee committee cornmittee ¬
mittee on public lands today reported fa favorably favorably faVorably ¬
vorably the Sutherland bill granting
lands in it1 the town of Randlett to the Epis Episcopal Episcopal Epiccopal ¬
copal church churchRepresentative churchRepresentative churchRepresentative
Representative Howell WAS notified to today to today today ¬
day that his appointee at Annapolis Mer Mervyn lIervyn 31crvyn
vyn Bennion of Vernal has successfully successfullypassed successfullypassed successfullypassed
passed the entrance examination and has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been admitted to the academy academyFOUND academyFOUND academyFOUND
FOUND WITH NECK BROKEN BROKENWalla BROKENWaUa BROKENWalIa
Walla Walla talIa Wash June 2S 5PrIvate 5PrIvateWillIam 2PrvateWilliam Private PrivateWilliam
William Coleman troop C Fourteenth Fourteenthcavalry Fourteenthcaalry Fourteenthcavalry
cavalry addicted to somnambulism somnambulismwalked somnambulismwalked somnambulismwalked
walked out of a secondstory barrack win window window window ¬
dow while asleep last night and was wasfound wasfound wasfound
found on the ground with his neck neckbroken neckbroken nockbroken
broken this morning Coleman came from fromCleveland tromCleveland fromCleveland
Cleveland 0 and was serving his third thirdenlistment thirdenlistment thirdenlistment
enlistment enlistmentSCOTT enlistmentSCOTT
III IIISCOTT
SCOTT LYNN PASSES PASSESW PASSESYo
W Yo P Lynn nn yesterday received rec ved a tale telegram t8l0am talegram ¬
gram am from his son Scott Sc Lynn J YDn that the thelatter thelatter thelatter
latter had successfully 8ucce tuH jnu JM8H 8ed the th en entrance entrance ontrance ¬
trance examination n te the UieUnlbMI United States Statesnaval Stat4inaval Statennaval
naval academy at Annapolis Mr MrLIn MrLInwas Lynn Lynnwasappointed LynnwasTappointed
wasappointed was appointed to the academy by Sena Senator Senator Sonator ¬
tor Rood Smoot Smootto
to
FLOUR SOLD IS ISBADLY ISBAJILYNEEDED
BADLY BAJILYNEEDED BAJILYNEEDEDRed NEEDED NEEDEDRed
Red Cross Finance Committee Committeeat
at San Francisco Accused Accusedof
of Lying LyingGENERAL LyingGENERAL LyingGENERAL
GENERAL GREELY BLAMED BLAMEDEARTHQUAKE BLAMEDEARTHQUAKE BLAMEDEARTHQUAKE
EARTHQUAKE SUFFERERS LOUD LOUDLY LOUDILY LOU D DLYCOMPLAIN ¬
LY LYCOMPLAIN LYCOMPLAINMinneapolis COMPLAIN COMPLAINMinneapolis COMPLAIN COMPLAINMlnneapoUs
Minneapolis June 25 25W W C Edgar Edgarchairman Edgarchairman Edgarchairman
chairman of the relief fund committee for forthe forthe forthe
the San Francisco sufferers is i in receipt receiptof
of the following telegram from his ocr correspondent oorrespondent ocrrespondent ¬
respondent in San Francisco concerning concerningthe concerninthe
the sale of Minneapolis flour by General GeneralGreely GeneralGreel GeneralGreely
Greely GreelyRed Greel GreelRed GreelyRed
Red Cross finance committee is lying lyingExaminer lyingExaminer I
Examiner has thousands of applications applicationsfor
for flour Large numbers of clergymen clergymenalso clergmenalso clergymenalso
also demanding flour for their needy pa parishioners parishioners parishioners ¬
rishioners rishionersGeneral rishionersGenoral rishionersGeneral
General opinion Is that serious offense offensehas offensehas offensehas
has been committed in selling goods In Intrusted intrusted intrusted ¬
trusted to committee for free distribution distributionAdvise distributionAdvlsc distributionAdisc
Advise taking strong action immediate immediately ¬
ly lyMr
Mr Edgars reply was as follows followsBelieving followsBelfeving followsBelieving
Believing in the good faith of the Red RedCross RedCross RedCross
Cross we unfortunately turned over overevery overeverY overevery
every dollar of our funds to Its agent We Wetherefore Wethereforp Wetherefore
therefore have no money to t make a legal legalfight legalfight legalfight
fight against this shameful misappro misappropriation mIsappropriation misappropriatlon ¬
priation which is indorsed by the na national antional ¬
tional authorities autb4 > rfties at Washington WashingtonMr
Mr Edgars mail contains many letters lettersfrom lettersfrom I
from fire and earthquake sufferers com complaining cornplalning ¬ I IplftJning
plaining bitterly of the treatment accord accorded a accorded ord ordcd ¬
ed them by the citizens committee They Theydeclare Theydeclare Theydeclare
declare that every pound of the flour flourwhich flourwhich flourwhich
which General Greely Gre > h had on hand is isbadly isbadly isbadly
badly needed n eded and that a niggardly sys system system systern ¬
tem of furnishing supplies obtains in all allquarters aUquarters allquarters
quarters These letters come from 11 Illiterate 11literate 11literate ¬
literate and educated persons allkSr allkSrTO a1fk a1fkROAD alikROAII
ROAD ALMOST AUvIOSTTO TO BEATTY BEATTYJ
1 1I
I J Ross Clark Reports Work W or1 Going GoingAhead GoingAhead 1
I Ahead Rapidly on Las Vegas Vegasand VegasI Vegasand
I and Tonopali TonopahRoad Road RoadVice RoadVice i
Vice President J Ross Clark of the theSalt theSalt theSalt
Salt Lake Route is in the city coming comingwith comingwith comingwith
with Mrs Clark In his private car Mrs MrsClark MrsClark Irs IrsClark
Clark was accompanied by Mrs J Shields Shieldsof
of Montana Mrs Clark and Mrs Shields Shieldswent Shieldswent Shieldswent
went onto on to Butte from fr < m Salt Lke where whereMrs whereIiIrs whereMrs
Mrs Clark will w ll visit for some time timeThe time111e timeThe
The Las Vegas Toropah railroad is isbeing illbeing isbeing
being built as rapidly as the laborers ob obtainable ob obtaInable obtamable ¬
tainable can build it said Mr Clark last lastevening Jastcvenlng lastcvening
evening The road is within twenty twentymiles twentymiles twentymiles
miles of Beatty Beatty Beatt and Rhyolite will willbe willbe willbe
be reached about the first of July The Thegrade Thegrade Thegrade
grade has been completed to both dis districts districts districts ¬
tricts and the material Is at hand to tocarry tocarry tocarry
carry the work ahead aheadMr ahea4Mr A AMr
Mr Clark denied the story that con construction ronatruclion eonatruction ¬
struction had comm ncad an the Ploche Piochebranch PlocheIb Plochebanch
branch C h This breach iutot JutonElc f1 to famous f8mouscsm smous smouscamp old oldcamp
camp csm WiM connectwith eonneut l1DtUt with the t4 t1q5alt < Salt Lake LakeRoute 4keTIo LakeRoute
Ib Route TIo te Stories have been afloat mNe mNevada hI hIvada hivada ¬
vada that a gang gango of men had been put putto putto putto
to work throwing up a grade for the theline theline
I line lineThe
The pr preliminary lmlra surveys are beln belnstarted beingStarted being beingstarted
started said Mr Clark but t tutU ntil these thesesurvEys thesesurreys j jsurveys
surveys have been completed and a defi definite definite deflnite ¬
nite route selected nothing will m be done doneMr donelIr doneMr
Mr Clark Cl rk will leave for his home to tonight tonight tonight ¬
night During this trip he has visited visitedSalt visitedSalt visitedSalt
Salt Lake Route territories and reports reportsconditions reportsConditions reportsconditions
conditions highly satisfactory He saysj saysjthe says saysthe saysthe
the Nevada towns along the Las Vegas VegasTonopah VegasTonop3h VegasTonopah
Tonopah are preparing prerarin great things in an anticipatkm anticipation anticipatlon
ticipatkm x Of > f the arrival of Senator W WA WI i iA
I A Clark who will visit the Sagebrush Sagebrushstate Sagebrushstate Sagebrushstate
state early next n xt month Public recep ¬
tions will ill be a feature of these pro programmes programmes programmes ¬
grammes grammesMrs grammesa grammesI grammesHAD a
I HAD MORPHINE MORPIIINECOCEAD MORPIIINECOCEADliiis CONCEALED CONCEALEDMrs
Mrs Emma ledoux Induced by Her HerCounsel Heri
i Pa Counsel to Give Tip the thePoison thePoison thePoison
Poison PoisonStockton PoisonStockton PoisonStockton
Stockton Ca CaJ June 25 25llrs Mrs Emma Le Leeoux Leoux Leoux
eoux oux convicted of the murder of A N NMcVicar NIilcVlcar NMoVicar
McVicar this morning turned over to toher toher I Iher
her attorney In the visiting room of the thecounty thecounty thecounty
county jail six quartergrain tablets of ofmorphine ofmorphine ofmorphine
morphine at his request and nd he in turn turngave turngave turngave
gave it to the sheriffs office with the theexception theexception theexception
exception of a ojuartergrain which fell fellon feUon fellon
on the cement floor of oftlie the he jail and broke brokeMrs brokeMrs brokeMrs
Mrs Ledoux told the sheriff Sunday that thatshe thatshe I Ishe
she had a grain and a fialf of the th poison poisonbut poisonbut I
but refused to flifclcse di clc5e Its hiding bidln place placeThe placeI placeThe
The sheriff demanded the poison but butshe butshe butshe
I she refused to give it up without seeing seein seeinher
her attorney attorne Mr Ir Fairall advised her to togive toI togive
I give it up which she did She said it itwas itI
I was the th morphine which kept her up upurlng
1 I during the trial The poison the woman womansecured womanJ womansecurei
J secured from Dr Dillor of San Fran FranII Francisco j jcisco
II cisco which she is alleged to have given givenMcVicar
j McVicar was In halfgrain tablets tabletsIMMIGRATION tabletsIMMIGRATION tabletsIMMIGRATION
IMMIGRATION BILL BILLIS BILLIS BILLIS
IS CROWDED THROUGH THROUGHWashington THROUGHWashington THROUGHWashington
Washington June 25 25Under Under a rule rulelimiting rulelimiting rulelimiting
limiting debate on all but two sections sectionsthe sectionsthe sectionsthe
the socalled Immigration bill was dis discussed discussed discussed ¬
cussed for three hours today in the thehouse thehouse thehouse
house and passed passe without a yea and andnay andnay andnay
nay vote being permitted on any an of the theparagraphs theparagraphs theparagraphs
paragraphs This bill attracted much muchattention muchattention
attention the representatives having havinglarge havinglarge havinglarge
large foreign colonies in their districts districtslining districtsllning districtslining II IIattention
lining up generally against the head tax taxof taxof taxof
of 5 which hich was defeated and against againstthe againstthe
I
the educational test After a very in interesting interestlng interesting ¬
teresting contest a substitute for the theeducational theeducational theeducational
educational test providing that the thewhole thehole thewhole
whole hole matter be submitted to a commis commission commission ¬
sion was adopted by a close vote The Themost Themost Themost
most important features of the bill were werethus werethus werethus
thus eliminated and the bill was passed passedwithout passedwithout passedwithout
without division At 535 D m the thehouse thehouse thehouse
house took a recess until 8 oclock o lock this thisevening thisevening thisevening
evening to devote three hours to ova oratory Qr Qrtory ovatory <
tory
a
WILL AWAIT REPORT REPORTLondon REPORTLondon REPORTLondon
London June 25 25IIi Iri behalf of War WarI WarSecretary VarSecretary
I Secretary Haldane Mr Buchanan finan financial financial financia
cial secretary to the war office an announced announced announced ¬
nounced in the house of commons today todaythat todayl11at todaythat
that orders had been issued to withhold withholdall
all Issue to the army of American brands brandsof
of preserved meats until Lieutenant Col Colonel Colonel Colend ¬
onel end Hobbs the officer dispatched to the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States to inquire into their char character character character ¬
acter has reported reportedTWO reportedTWO reportedTWO
TWO YEARS IN PRISON PRISONi PRISONKansas PRISONKansas
i
1 Kansas City June 25 25Tohn John Feoley aha ahaI antiJohn andJohn
I John House pleaded guilty in the cnmfnal cnmfnalcourt cnmfnalcourt criminalcourt
court here today to voting illegally at the therecent therecent
I recent city election and each was wasSJIn wasSJInt6I1ccd wastenced sen seni
i tonced to two years in the th psnltanQalcy p nite f1k f1kF
Feeley F eley has served a sentence In the New NewJersey NewJersey NewJersey
Jersey penitentiary <
DEA flEATH TH AT LAST LASTGETS LASTGETS
GETS INDIAN INDIANRichard
Richard Nefaeker Once Traded Tradedfor Tradedfor Tradedfor
for Horse to Save Life LifeKilled LifeKilled LifeKilled
Killed in inSewer inSewerBIG Sewer SewerBIG SewerBIG
BIG BUCKET FALLS ON HIM KIMONCE HIMONCE HIMONCE
ONCE LOVED WHITE GfiRL Gl RL WHO VHOREJECTED WHO WHOREJECTED WHOREJECTED
REJECTED HIM HIMRfehura HI HIMRichard M MRldlrd
Richard NeJbeker a fullblooded Shebit ShebitIndian ShebitIndIAn ShebitIndian
Indian 36 years of age whose life was wasonce wasonce wasonce
once saved by a man who traded a hors horsfor horstor horsefor
for him met death in the bottom of the thesewer tb tbsewer thesewer
sewer extension e at Eleventh West t and andEleventh andEleenth andEleventh
Eleventh North streets shortly before re M Moclock 1oclock I Ioclock
oclock yesterday morning mornln He was struck
in the abdomen by a steel bucket loaded loadedwith loadedwith loadedwith
with eartn which was being hoisted out outof outof outof
of the tb trench twenty feet in depth His Hisbody Hisbody Hisbody
body was lifted from the trench by mean
of a rope Dr Charles F Wilcox was wa wasummoned
summoned but before he reached re cbed the
camp Nebeker had died
The bucket which weighed about 400 400pounds 400pounds 400pounds
pounds broke from its carriage Just as it
nooked onto the cable running to the
dump and fell into tbj tblt tl trench Several Severalworkmen Severalworkmen Severalworkmen
workmen were under it and a rush was wasmade wa wamade wasmade
made to escape being < crushed Nebeker Nebekerslipped 2Il Nebek 8bek I Islipped r rslipped
slipped and fell against the aide of the thetrench th thtrench thetrench
trench where he was pinned between th tht
bucket and wall The broken carriage carriageran c rrlag
ran back into the en enginehouse < breaking bro 1dng
considerable machinery and damaging the thecable thtcabi thecable
cable After the accident took place op ¬
erations were shut down and it will be beseveral beseveral beseveral
several days before the machinery can
be repaired repairedJustice repaireiJustice repairedJustice
Justice Dana T Smith ordered an autop ¬
sy 1 over the body which was held last lastnight hlstnight lastnight
night at S D Evans undertaking estab ¬
lishment County Physician E W Whit Whitney Whitney Vhitney ¬
ney and his assistant Dr E Van Colt Coltfound COltfound Cottfound
found that a blood vessel had been nip ¬
tured in the abdomen causing a hemor hemorrhage hemorrbage hemorrhage ¬
rhage which resulted re in Nebekers death deathAfter deathAfter deathAfter
After the autopsy it was decided that an aninquest aninquest anInquest
inquest was unnecessary unnecessaryBoy unoece58aryBoy unnecessaryBoy
Boy Bought for Horse HorseOld HorseOM HorseOh
Old Dick as he was familiarly called
by those who knew him was brought br upt up
by John Nebeker a pioneer of ft who whomoved wbomoved whomoved
moved to Dixie with the first band of ofMormons otMonnona ofMormons
Mormons in the early earJfi8 50s 50 White across acrossthe acromsthe acrossthe
the Utah line 1n the deserts of Arteona ArteonaJohn AmonaJohn AsfsonaJohn
John Nebeker met a band of Apache Ap che In Indians Indians Indiana ¬
dians armed and painted They were werehostile weNhoetlle werehostile
hostile and tried to make trouble for Mi MiNebeker MlNebeker MiNebeker
Nebeker and his associates who were in insearch insearch insearch
search of grazing grounds and watering wateringplaces W8teringplaces wateringplaces
places for horses and cattle These WHI WHIpamted wat1Alnted waiPainted
Painted Indians proved to be the remnant remnantof
of a victorious band of Apaches whicti whictihad whKILhad whwlihad
had engaged in deadly conflict with thu thuShebit thtiShebtt thiShebit
Shebit tribe which inhabited that region regionThey reHmIbey regionThey
They had taken captive a number of chil children children chiLdren ¬
dren whose parents had been killed and andwere andWere andwere
were intending intendi to Mil them when w en they theyreturned theyreturned theyreturned
returned to their villages to hold a war wardanc war wardanc wardanci
danc danciO1d >
dancOld
Old Dick t twas then a 00 boy 1 1 years of as aswaa age agewas
was one of the caotives Jolla Nebeker Jiebekortraded Nebekertraded Nebekertraded
traded a horse for Dick and made p pea peawith peaewith n nwith
with the warpainted band When John JohnNebeker J JhtiNebeker bll bllNebeker
Nebeker returned to St George e he brought broughtDick broughtDick l lDick
Dick with wlt him and reared rnr him among his hisWL hisDtek hisDick
WL Dick was taught to handle handledo ae a a0d jiJI
iJI ofttNMl 0d do farming < work workDuIg ta MtaI MtaIUte t fl flDneiner
Dneiner Ute cat CIidII g winter W nights Dht Ae A was wastaught wa wastaught
taught taUt with wth the th other o dtttdren ebir to 1 i wood woodand d dand da
and write wrte He waft wa w bright k in i many m re respects respt respecIe ¬
specIe a and as 8 he h grew so B ph he was w taught taughttne tuhl tuhltDe taughttee
spt an gew
tee Christian Chriatan religion rJgoo Dick Di was w told t the thestory tht thtsto thestory
story sto of his hi capture the th death det of o his hisparents blsprnt hisparents
parents prnt and ad how cpure he came ce to be b with the theNebeker th thebker theiebeker
Nebeker ebker family familyIn ami
In his hi childhood chidbo Dick was w frightened frightenedat frntee
at his own race rc Whenever reev an Indian Indiancame Inian Iniancam Indiancame
came cam in sight Dick Di would wok run rn to the thehouse theh thehouse
house h and sigt hide bie under the th kitchen ktcn table tableUntil tabltUnti tableUntil
Until Unti he an was wa a young yong man the th story st of ofhis oihis ofhis
his parents prent death deth and hie capture cptre re remained r reinained ¬
mained min with wih him He despised his ha rac racand re read racand
and ad hated hte to be b called cle dep an Indian InlaHe InlaHeJove Heloved He Heloved
loved Jove John Nebeker Nebker and watched wth him himwith himwit himwith
with jealousy when favors favor were wee granted grantedto grted grtedto
to wit others oher jlous or o the family famiy Dick Di worked workedhard wkd wkdhard workedbard
hard to please Mr Nebeker Neber and a when wl he hemoved hemove hemoved
moved move to pes Rich county cnty came ce with Wth Mm MmSpurned himSpurned I ISpurned
Spurned by White Girl GirlWhile Girlli GirlWhile
While li Dick Dik was w a young yO raa J man he b fell fellin tellIn fedIn
in love with a white whie girl lr who wh lived lve not notfar notfar notfar
far from fr the Nebeker Neke ranch r in Rich Hl coun county en enty osunty ¬
ty He never approached apprOche the th girl rl K knowhug know knowing O OID ¬
hug ID she hated bte him He did di her lavr favors and andeyed ande andeyed
eyed > with wt jealousy the t young yon men mn who whowent whnwent whowent
went e to see s jalosy her b or talked talke with her bel This Thislove ThIslove Thislove
love drove Dick Dck to desperation drt He left leftthe l leftthe ft ftth
the Nebeker Nebker ranch rnch for fr a while on account accountof acunt acuntof t tof
of th it t Once or o twice tw he took to to drink drinkwhich drnk drnkwblh drinkwhich
which wblh erased him but a word front fo Mr MrNebeker mrNebker MrNebeker
Nebeker Nebker crz straightened stri hten him out againWhen again againWhen
When Vbe John Nebeker Neker died d he wa w was a heart heartbroken hrl hrlboke heartbroken ¬
boke broken He afterward afer went to t the Ut honvs honvsof 1m 1mof homiof
of Ira r Nebeker Neber a son S who wo was wa kind kl to tohim tohim tohim
him He worked worke as a faithfully fi tHy for fot the theson thesn theson
son sn as a he had b done do for the t father fatherAbout ft LatherAbout
About eight years ago he decided to totake 10take I Itake
Alut yer ao de
take up eigt land lan on the th Fort For Hall Hal reserva reservation rena reservation ¬
tion He was wa fitted fte out by Ira Nebeker Nebekerwith Nebktr NebekerwIth
with provisions a team and wagon and andfarming an antfarming
wh a W0
farming fanlJ pOo implements impmnt When T he b left le he hewas h hwa hwas
was told that at any time tme he was wa wel welcome welcom welcome ¬
come com wa to come ce back bck to the ranch rh Dick Dicktook Dck Dcklk Dicktook
took lk up a quarter section stin of land JD bus bushe but buthe
he was ws simple smple and an honest bon He knew kw no noIndian noIndtn noIndian
Indian Indtn characteristics characterisi and a was w robbed rob by byhis b bhis hrhis
his race rac of all he owned ow He came cme back backto bck bckt backto
to t the Nebeker Neker ranch rch and an worked worke there thereuntil therp therpuDtl thereuntil
until uDtl three thre years yer years ago o He became b lent jealous jl jlous lentens ¬
ous of a white man mn who was foreman foremanand forean foreana foremanand
and o who wh bossed b the th men me Dick wanted wantedto WDtt
a to heard herd a bunch of cattle ctl but t another anotherman aher aherman anotherman
man man was given ven the job jb Dick Dk ws w kept keptabout keptabut keptabout
about abut the place plce doing don odd o jobs jb This Thi he befelt hefel hefelt
felt fel was wa beneath bnt his h dignity dllt after aft his hislong hislong hislong
long years ye of service He could c not n bear bearit br brit
it it so s he packed pke se up his h ttotogK t and a left leftThe lf leftThe
The day d he quit the ranch r1 he b wa W wes told toldagain toldagin toldagain
again agin that tht at t any a time tme he was as welcome welcometo weme wemeto
to come back backWandered bck backWandered
Wandered W ndered Two Years YearsDuring YearsDun YearsDuring
During Dun the past two years ye DM Dick Dickwhose Dk Dickwhose
whose wh coarse COn p black lk hair bl was wa a seaked nteakedwith < seakedwith ked kedwth
with gray ray Y roamed rm about abt lfapy unhappy and andfriendless andfJudt andfr1endless
friendless wth fJudt He worked woke at any kind k of oflabor oflabr oflabor
labor labr For Fo several svel months mnt he was w in inBoise jnBo iiiBoise
Boise Bo Ida Ila Later Lter he went to Montana Montanaand Monta Montand Montanaand
and nd recently reenty came ce to Salt Slt Lake Lke He had hadsome hadsome hadsome
some money moey when he came here hre but bt soon soonwent s soonwent
went to Work 1k ork on the t sewer wer where whe be met methis methi methis
his hi death dth Old O Dick had h a good go heart hearthis her hearthis
his hi friends fri say YY He was la known kw from fromDixie fromDiie fromDixie
Dixie Diie to Cache county countyHte countyHi countyHis
His Hi body by now nw lies De in I the t morgue mre but butthe b bttthe t ttbe
the funeral arrangements have not been beencompleted beencompleted beencompleted
completed The Nebeker family were in informed In8rmecl infarmed ¬
formed of his death d atk and they will see seethat seethat seethat
that he is gtv gtvt n a deserving nr burial burialWORK burialWORK burialWORK
WORK OF IDAHO SENATORS SENATORSSpecial SENATORSeSpecial SENATORSiSpeclal
Special to The Herald HeraldWashington HeraldWashington
Washington June 25Selltor 25 Senator Heyburn Heyburnhas
has succeeded in having b in Idaho made ne an anindependent anndependeflt
independent district for national bank ex examination examination exarninatlon ¬
amination and today secured asbaak as bank ex examiner e eamlner cxaminer ¬
aminer George F Redway of Boise BoiseMr BoiseMr BoiseMr
Mr Heyburn today recommended tho thoreppointinent thorcaPP9lntment thereappointment
reappointment of United States Marshal MarshalRounds MarshalRounds MaishalRounds
Rounds and Surveyor General Kageteoii KageteoiiAt ageleonAt eIIol1 eIIol1At
At the tb request of Senator Dubois the theUnited theUnited theUnlted
United States fish f1 h commission is stocking stockingwith stodtingwIth stokingwith
with trout Priest river and Lake Fend FenddOreHle PenddOrdl1e PonddOreIlle
dOreHle Ma MaMINER 14MMINERKILLE IdaMINERKILLEDBYA
MINER MINERKILLE MINERKILLEDBYA MINERKILLEDBYASHORT KILLED BY A ASHORT ASHORT
SHORT LINE TRAIN TRAINButte T tN tNButte
Butte Mont June J1I Jun2SI e25L 25 L H EL Cameron Camerona
a miner was 38 killed IdU d this morning m ng near nearMelrose near1tf nearMlrose
Melrose 1tf Irose Mont by an Oregon Short LIne Linotrain Linetrain
train

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