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fi' H The Garland Globe Bftflj Published Every Saturday at H GARLAND .... UTAH BBfl Terms of Subscription: BAB Ono year (In advance) $1.60 Bfl Six months 75 BBfl Three niontha 50 BBfl Advertising rates furnished on nppll HBflJ Km J. A. Wlxom Editor and Manager I TROUBLES HAVE I ONLY JUST BEGUN H Recent Central American War H the Prelude to a Series H of Bitter Struggles BBl Only a Question of Time Until Presl- BBl dent Flgueroa of Salvador Will H De Confronted With a HHJ Most Formidable HHJ Revolution. HBJ H City of Mexico. Mexican troops HHJ ' nro being moved to tlio Cluntcmalan HHJ frontier over tlio I'an-Amorlcnn mil- BHl rond, according to advices received HflJ,. Jiere. In what numbers or for what HHJ litirposo theso soldiers' are being BH moved southward Is not known out- BBl sldo of official circles. BBl It wns- also learned that tlio war BBJ department had cotintormanded tho BBl order dispatching tho Mexican gun HflJ boat Tamplco to tho port of Sun Jos HflJ do Guntciunla and thoro tnko on HflJ board Sonor Gnmboa, tho Moxlcari HBJ mlnlstor to Guatemala, who was to BBl linvo gono to San Salvador. Tho BBJ Tamplco Is still in tho harbor at Sa- BBJ ''Una Cruz, and tho Mexican minister H is Htlll In Guatemala City. BBJ An American business man now In HHJ tho city, who arrived from San Sal- HflJ ndor a fow duys ago, says It Is only HHJ s. question of timo when President HHJ Flgueroa of Salvador' will bo con- HHJ fronted with a formidable revolution. HHJ An authority says conditions in tho HHJ latter republic nro rapidly approach- HHJ Ing tho chaotic stago now existing in HHJ Guatemala. Open wnr Is being on- BHJr y gaged in in Honduras among political HHJ factious, each led by a presidential HHJ aspirant. While many bollovo tho HHJ threatened revolution in Salvador Is HHJ Bocrotly bached by Zelnya, who HHJ wishes to name a successor to Pres- HHJ Ident Flgueroa, nil nro agreed that HHJ tho troubles of tho Central American HH republics are sis yet but In their in IHJ clplency. M MURDERED BY TERRORISTS. BBJ Hated Russian Officials Laid Low by HflJ an Infernal Machine. HBJ Odessa. Tho supcrintondont oi BBJ polico of Odessa nnd tho two chief BBJ detectives of this city wcro killed HflJ nnd seven other porsons wcro serl HBJ nusly Injured by tho explosion of nn BBJ infernal machlno in tho central pc- flH lice bureau Monday morning. BB Tho machlno was deposited In tho flH bureau just before it exploded, by BH two men nnd a girl, BH Tho police pursued, wounded and BH captured tho men, but tho girl cs- BH enped. Tho leador of tho trio turned out to bo a terrorist named Tchort- Tho two detectives killed wcro bit- BH terly hated by tho terrorists, ono of thorn for participation In Inciting the oittbrenk of 1U05 hore, and tho other BH 'who was nicknamed "Tho Hang BH ' man," because ho had tortured polit- HH leal prisoners. fl DENOUNCE SPEAKER CANNON. flflj The Trainmen Resent His Attitude BH Toward Laborers. M Atlanta, Ga. Tho Urothcrhood ot BH Hallway Trainmen completed Its BH business late Monday and ndjourncd flflj Columbus, O., was selected as the HH place for tho next biennial convon- BH tion. Among tho resolutiona adopted BH was ono denunciatory ot tho action flflj ot Speaker Cannon of tho national houso of representatives in bis attl tudo toward labor and opposing his reelection. 1 City Will Take Street Cars. HI San Francisco. District Attornoy IH l.nngdon is taking stops to cause the HH burrendcr of tho Geary street railway H to tho city. This action would bo in Bfl , accord with legislation taken about two years ago, whon a franchlso of tho road having expired, n tompornry llcenso to contlnuo operations was granted with tho reservation that, upon domand, tho road would bo turned over to tho clt, Resultant ot a bond election, tho last municipal budget carried an appropriation ot :150,000 for municipal assumption of tho road. Charged With Awful Crime. H Raleigh, N. C, Dr. It. S. Itowland, HH a prominent physician hore, was nr HH rested Monday on a warrant from HH Honderson, Vanco county, charging H him with poisoning his 11-year-old fl eon near Klttroll to obtain money and Bfl property loft to tlio boy, Tho boy died aftor taking a walk in tho H woods with his father, and it is al I legod that tho lad said his father had given him nn orango which tasted flj blttor. Itowlnnd's wife, to whom he HH was married Inst week, was arrestad HH as an ucconipllco. K JOINS MARTYRED ' HUSBAHO " IN THE SLEEP OF DEATH Mrs. William McKlnley, Widow of the Late President, Passes Away While Unconscious, After Years of Suffering. ('niton, Ohio. Mrs. William Mr Klnloy, whlnw of the Inle presl lent, dlod nt her homo hero ut 1:05 o'closk Suud'iy afternoon. For many yeira Mm. McKhiloy had been an Invalid. She ieeoorod from tho Ehock of-ho.-husband's tragic, death, but It left lid mail;, nnd when It wns known that sho had sitficrcd n stroke of puralysls little hope wna felt that she mild sur vive. Tno end rnmu peacefully, almost Imperceptibly. Mrs. McKlnley nevo; know of tho efTorts inndo to pitilong her life, or tho solicitous hope ngnlnst hope of her sister nnd other lelntlves and friends of her recovery. At the McKlnley homo when death enmo there were pivsont Secretary Cortelyou, Mr. nnd Mrs. M. ('. Har bor, Mrs. Sarnh Duncan, .Mrs. I.utlirr DajvJustlco nnd Mrs. Wllllum It. Day, Doctors Portiunun nnd lllxey nnd tho nurses. Idn Saxtou McKlnley wns born In Canton, Juno 8, 1817. .lames A. Bux ton, her father, was nn Intellectual nnd progressive business man nnd banker, Ins wife a woman of oxtrn ordinary citltuiti and refinement. Ida Saxtou was rbared in 11 homo of com fort nnd enso. After attending Can ton schools, she wns n pupil ot u pri vate school at Delhi, N. Y. Later she went to n Cleveland nendemy and Mu lshed her education nt 1 1 rook Unit ecinlnnry, Media, Fa., where sho spent threo yoai's. On Jnnunry 25, 1871, William Mc Klnley and Ida Snxton were united In marriage. Tho wedding was tho first, performed in tho then now 1'res byterlnn church. TORNADO IN TEXAS. Devastated Several Villages, But .Death List Is Small. Fort Worth, Tex. According to monger reports received here, Arbola and Tazewell, small villages in tho interior of Hopkins county, woro In tho path of tho tornado that devas tated WIU'b Point and Emory Satur lny evening. At Arbola tho littlo dnughtor ot Pink Kirk nnd a child of Gcorgo Davis wore fntally hurt, tho latter dying. William Pickett and his wlfo were seriously hurt, nnd two others whose names could not bo learned, were slightly Injured. Sov 'oral residences wcro bndly dnmnged. , At Tnzowoll a number of houses were blown down, but no ono wns Jiurt, tho peoplo having taken rcfugo In cellars. No additional fatalities nt;o reported from other points In thir path of tho tornado, WILL COST A MILLION. National Mining Congrevs to Erect Magnificent Building. Denver. That tho mining temploto bo erected in Denver by tho National (Mining congress shall bo n mngnllli cont building, to cost a million dob inrs, wns practically decided by tho oxecutivo committee of tho cougross nt a meeting In this city. Secrotnry James F. Calbrcatu had prepared a plan for a building nt a cost of $300, 000, but this did not meet tho vlows of President J, II. Hlchnrds of Dolso, Ida., who argued that it was better to delay tho construction until tho project can bo carried out on, a grand scale. Ho won over the other mom bers of tho committeo to his point ol vlow, nnd It was ngived to undertake to raise fl.000,000 for building tho temple. War Veteran Charged With Murder. Cleveland, Ohio. Mrs. Mary Stead man, wife of William Steadman, pro prletor ot 11 hotel, was shot and In stnntly killed Sunday by William Diown, n veteran of tho Spanish Amoricnn war. Drown wns pursued by a crowd of men through I.una park, near whore tho shooting oc curred, and wns finally captured. Ac cording to tho polico ho confessod, Baying that ho was sorry ho killed tho woman. Drown bears a scar on -his forehead from n bullet that struck lilra during tho chargo of tho Amer ican troops up San Juan hill. Caused by 'Fool Motorman. El Paso. Five persons wero sori ously ono probably fatally Injured in n collision between two street cars on Doulcvard avenuo on Sunday. Doth pars wcro almost demolished, being knocked from their tracks, tho floors buckled and every glnss broken. Tho cars should havo passed ut n near-by switch, but neither motormon would glvo way to tho other and they mot going almost nt full speed. Field Mass In Memory of Those Who Fell During Spanish War. Now York. Fifteon thousand armed men knelt in tho sodden grass ot tho parade ground of tho Urooklyn navy ynr-l on Sunday, participating In tho flji' milltniy field mass in mem ory ot tho sailors and eoldicrs who lost their lives during tho wnr with Spain, In the center ot tho parade an altar hud been erectod, and at this tho priests, robed in white and gold, celebrated solemn high tuf a in inomory of the dead. CHILD KILLED BY A CIRCUS TICER Royal Bengal Breaks Loo e From Cage and Attacks Pleasure Seekers. Enraged Beast Sank Its Fangs Into Neck of Little Girl, Qut s Killed by Plucky Blacksmith Before It Could Cause Further Loss of Life. Twin Falls, Idaho. During tho aft ornoon performance of the Sells-Kioto circus In Twin Falls on Saturday n lingo Hongnl tiger broke from his cngo In-tho menugcrle tent nnd charged into tho crowd, killing n four-year-old girl, n Shetland pony nnd mnullng sov. oral other spectators and ponies bo fore It wns shot nnd killed by a mnn in tho uudlence. For u fow moments a panic was threatened in tho me nngerle; women screnmed nnd falut ed; the elephants tugged nt their chains and trumpeted wildly, nnd there was great commotion until tho tiger lolled over dead In front of tho main entrance. "Mnrkel," tho tiger, nnd his mate, "Agnes," had been testless for somo tlmo before tho accident, They wcro about to bo red, nnd nt tho Bight ot the meat "Mnrkel" beat furiously with his pawn on the door of his cugo. Tho door gave way nnd tho tigor sprang from his cngo to tho neck or a Shet land pony lirtcen feet uwny. Tho nnl mars keeper seized an Iron bar nnd struck tho tiger between tho eyes. "Mnrkel" lelensed bis grip on tho pony's neck nnd leaped to tho back of another pony. Again tho keoper felled him with the Iron and ho relinquished his hold on tho second pony, only to scizo n thlid. Another stiff blow from tho, Iron drove tho tiger from his prey and ho lenped Into tho crowd. Tho tent wns well tilled nnd tho peo ple lied In every direction, most of them crowding out undor tho canvas. Women grasped their children nna dragged them from the path of tho maddened tiger. Hundreds ot littlo children clung to tho skirts of tho terrified mothors nnd scrumbled for safety. "Mnrkel" bended Tor tho main en trance forty feet nway. In his rush ho struck several peoplo with his shoul ders, knocking them down. Mrs. S. IC Itozoll of Twin Fnlfs nnd hor littlo daughter. Until, could not escape the tiger's rush and wero homo to tho ground. Tho tiger held Mrs. ItozeU with his paws nnd sank I1I3 fangs Into tho neck of tho child. Tho child was badly mangled nnd died from her wounds two bourn Inter, J. W. Hell, a Twin Fnlls blacksmith, was standing besldo Mrs, Rozell when sho wns attacked. His wlfo nnd chil dren woro with him nnd nt tho mercy of tho beast. Thrusting his family nsldo, Dell drow n ,32-callbcr revolver and oponcd flro on tho tiger nt a dis tance of three feet. Six shots woro flrod by Hell boforo tho enraged tlgor dropped dead. 1 Looking After Witnesses. Dolsc, Idaho. At the opening of tho Haywood trial on Saturday Judgo Wood granted tho state pormlsslon to endorse tho names of several addi tional witnesses on the Indictment ngnlnst tho accused miners, the de fense noting an exception undor n do clslon of the Idaho supremo court which held that tho filing of additional witnesses after u trlnl has begun Ib error without prejudice. Attornoy Richardson declared thnt the defense had been unable to locato many of tho witnesses for tho state. Found Son's Body In Dissecting Room. Lawrence, Kan. A search by John G. Fnrr, a farmer of Mllnn, Knti,, for his son, Jay G. Farr, who disappeared threo months ago, ended In tho morgue of the University ot Kansas hero, where ho found tho body in tho dissecting room. Young Fnrr was killed by n train nt Perth, Kan., on March 8. Ho was unidentified, and after the usual formalities tho body was offered to tho university medical college, us tho Btato law provides. Tho body wus embalmed and put in cold storage to await the needs ot tho class room. Escaped Prisoner Shot Dead by Sentry St. Louis. Elmnr Martin, awaiting trial at Jefferson barrackB for desort Jng from tho const artillery nt Fort Jlarrancas, Kin., was killed by Sentry Joseph Cothram Saturday night. Mar tin hnd escaped .from Cothram, who Inter found him biding In tho woods. Cothram says that Martin refused to purrender and that ho then fired. Ed ward V. Anderson, also awaiting trial for desertion, escaped with Martin and lias not been apprehended. Bank Wrecker Is Free. Denvor. Edwin M. Johnson, formor presldont of tho Fidelity Savings asso ciation of Denver, convicted Septem ber 2, 1905, or hnvlng wrecked that Institution ami sontencod to the state penitentiary Tor n torm or not less than two years, has been set freo on parolo by Govomor Duchtel, On lonv, lug prison Johnson said that ho would mako restitution to tho peoplo who ost their monoy In tho savings a6so. elation failure If ever able to do so. poposltors havo received about f,0 por cont of their chilnm, 1 s THE LIMIT HAS BEEN . BEACHED IK SAN FRANCISCO Contractors and Builders Declare That Further Increase In Wages Will Result In Suspension of Building. San FrnnclBCO. Tho prcclpitntlon of a fearful Industrial strugglo in this city In throwing down tho gauntlet to trades unions by declaring a gigantic lockout of the thousands of building craftsmen engaged In tho work of re habltatlug San Francisco for a. long time hung In tho bnlanco Wednesday afternoon nt u meeting of tho principal builders and contractors and repre sentatives of tho manufacturers. Sov oral spcokcrs declared that tho only solution or tho continual Industrial stiiro and labor troubles In San Fran cisco wns tho "open shop," and urged lmmcdlnto wnr upon the unions nnd n "fight to tho finish without quarter," by tho cessation of all building opera tions until the employes would bo glad to return to work at wages that builders nnd contractors nnd other em ployes could pay without loss to themselves. Other speakers with equal vigor op posed such radical nctlon, urged more conciliatory tnctlcs In dealing with tho situation, pleaded for tho rights of labor organizations nnd pointed out tho posslblo results of such n tremend ous strugglo between cnpltal, nnd la bor. Tho conservatives finally won nnd succeeded in having a resolution adopted calling for tho appointment ot a committeo of live representing the builders nnd contractors to confer with tho unions with n view of securing penco for nt least one yenr. OPENING STATEMENT BY HAWLEY Noted Attorney Will Lead for State In Seunenberg Case. Dolsc, Idaho. It has been decided thnt James H. Hawley, senior counsel for tho state, will mako opening state ment In tho trlnl of Haywood. He nnd his ussoclntes -were in conference on tho subject on Wednesday nnd they nlso spent somo tlmo considering tho testimony to bo offered next week and tho order In which It will bo of fered. It has not yet been decided by the stato to call Stcvo Adams ns n wit ncss. Ho Is on 'tho llfct of tho stale's witnesses nnd it was for a timo deem ed certain that ho would bo brought hero and willing or unwilling, be placed on tho stnnd, but now tho mat ter is In doubt nnd will probably not bo determined until later. DAYNES GEMS RECOVERED. Suspected Thief Ms Captured In Lttlc Colorado Town. Denver, Colo. Gems valued at $1,000, pnrt or ?1 5,000 loot stolon from Dnynes & Son of Salt Lako. Utah, recently, wero recovered herf on Wednosdny nt tho Wclls-Fargc express olllco Jjy Shoilft II. W. Pottci of Oetro county, assisted by Shorlfl Alexander Nesblt of Denver county Tho gems wero secured through ro plevln suit brought In Justice Curlon'f :ourt. A man named Phillips Is undet arrest In La Juntn, Colo., charged with tho theft. CRUISERS LEAD THE NAVY. Honors Won by Pacific Squadron Over Other Vessels. San Diego, Cal. Ships of tho Paci fic squadron havo won highest honors of tho United States nnvy for ovory lass of which It contains a vessel. The Boston, a crulBcr, has won the trophy over every hlp In tho entire navy for tho highest general average mado in target practice for this yoar. Tho only trophy which tho squadron has not won Is that for battleships, and that may be becauso the squadron has no battleship. Chorus Girl Convicted of Murdering Her Pugilist Husband. Bridgeport, Conn, Catherine Nell, an artist's model and chorus girl of Now York City, pleaded guilty to tho chargo ot manslaughter In tho killing of hor husband, Joseph Nell, a black smith and pugilist, In Greenwich, De comber 11, at a special session ot the criminal court on Wednesday. Judge Wheeler Imposed upon hor an Indetcr mlnato, sentence ot not more than nlno and not less ihau live years In stato'a prison. Work of Train Wreckers. Los Angolcs. Prlvato detectives employed by tho Southern Pacific and deputies from the itherlff's ofllco in this city aro Joined In the search for tho men who are believed to havo caused a disastrous wreck on tbv Roast Lino Wednesday, when five can ot the Const Line limited plunged over the edgo of a trostlo near West Olcndalo, ten miles north of this city. Tho list ot dead is believed to bo com ',loto with tho finding ot tho bodies ot nmos VJctor and T. J. McMahon. , Women That Toll. Washington. Women at work in tho United States Is tho subject ot a roport Issued by tho consus buroau based on tho returns In 1000, In that year, exclusive ot Alaska, Hawaii and otlior outlying possessions, tho womon 11! years old nnd over numbered 2:1, 485,559, Tlio women at work num bered 14,8U3,G30. Tho womon at work woro young, C8.-I per cont being under 35 years of ngo, 41.2 por cent undor 25 and 25.C por cent under 21, 1C.9 per cent wero mardftd. ' CLEARED ON ONE MDOKKE Judge James Hargis, Kentuck Feudist. Found Not Guilty of Cockerill Murder. Another Chapter In the Famous Breathitt County Feud Annals Is Closed, the Charges Against Other Defendants Being Filed Away. Lexington, Ky. Almost exactly threo ycaru after tho shooting of Town Marshal Thomas Cockrill at JackBon, a verdict of not guilty was returned hero on Thursday In tho enso of Judgo James Hargis, tho first of thoso who wero Jointly charged with that murder, nnd another chap ter In tho fnmous Drcathltt county feuds nnnals wns concluded. On Juno 21, 1901, Cockrill wns shot In tho court houso at Jackson, dying later at Lexington, whero ho was tak en for medical attention, and during tho trial several witnesses sworo that Judgo Hargis, his brothers,' nnd Sheriff Ed Callohan had entered Into n murdor conspiracy, promising Im munity to nny ono who would shoot Cockrill, Dr. B. D. Cox nnd J. B. Mar cum, all threo of whom havo Blnco died by shooting. Tho dcrense, how over, presented testimony tending to disprove tho conspiracy charge, and Judgo Hargis, testirylng In his own behalf, denied all connection with tho shooting; Curt Jett, who confessed to killing Marcum, for which ho was given a lifo scntenco, was a witness agnlnst Judgo Hnrgls. Tho next trial In this series will bo cnlled nt Sandy Hook, Elliott county, when tho same dcrendnnts will bo tried ror tho murder or Dr. Cox n: Jackson on April 14, 1902, a chnngj or venue having been taken from Ueathitt county. When tho verdict wns announced a grent cheer roso from tho friends of Judgo Hargis, who crowded tho couit room. It is boHoved now that tho cases of Alexander nnd Albert Har gis and Edwurd Callahan, nlso charged with complicity In plots to "kill Cockrill, will bo filed away In tho court house. Tho evldenco is practi cally tho samo agalnot tho othei threo men, ns well as against Bill Brltton, who is awaiting n third tria't for this killing. TOO MUCH PUBLICITY. Disqualifying Many People From Jury Service In Haywood Trial. Bolso. Tho net results of tho 10th day of tho Haywood trial, wero the partial weeding out of tho talesmen ol tho second special venlro entitled tc statutory exemption, nnd tho partial qualification of ono Juror. Tho exam ination of tho now venlro hns not proceeded very far, but It shows that tho re-creation of Interest In the Stnuncnbcrg murder nnd tho re-dls- cusslon of the facts established and disputed, Is, by nnturnl process, dis qualifying many citizens for Jury sor rico In tho enso nnd Indicates that tho publicity given to examination of tnlcsmen hns widely Increased popu lar knowledge ns to tho means of ar tistically avoiding jury service in tho case. AMMONIA PIPE EXPLODED. Five Workmen Killed and Several Others Badly Injured. Chicago. Fivo workmen wero killed and a dozen others sorlously Injured when nn ammonia pipe ex ploded In tho beef killing department of Armour company's stockynrds. Tho building was full of workmen nt the time, and tho deadly fumes, es caping from under high prossuro, penetrated through every department in tho building In such a short tlmo Mint twonty of tho mon woro over come boforo they could mnko their escape to tho fresh air. All but. five of theso men wero dragged from tho placo by their companions In such 8 serious condition that It was neces sary to tnko thorn to a nearby hos pltal. Treason In the Army, St. Petersburg. As n result rf tho clows obtained at tho searches made of tho lodgings, of M. Ozole, a Social Democratic deputy from Itign, where meetings of revolutionists aro said to havo taken placo, thq police arrested twenty members of tho Army Revolt league Tho majority of them aro young recruits, but several of those taken Into custody nro officers. The documents seized Indicate that the league Is strong In southern Russia, tho Caucasus, Flnlnnd and Siberia. Author Comes Back at President. Now York. In response to criti cism by President Roosevelt that he had only superficial knowlcdgo of tho animals concerning which ho wrote, tho Rov. Dr. William J. Long, a well known author of Stanford, Conn., Is -quoted as having declared that thr prosldent Is n "killer" of animals and not n naturalist. Mr. Long dofonda himself against tho specific charge of falsity to naturo mado by tho presi dent and doos not spare biting terms In criticising Air, Roosevelt. 1 1 " WED INTO PORT WITH THE PASSENGERS PRAYING Rueslan Steamer Korea Arrives at New York after Encountering Perils of Deep for a Month. Now York. Tho Russian Btenmshlp -, Koren was towed into port by two -A j9 tugs on Friday with 1,500 passengers 1 kneeling on her decks In a prayer M Df thanks for deliverance from perils 5 of the sea thnt hnd beset them for al- F most a month, . 9 With her wooden deck fitting M chopped up for fuel nnd a pnrt ot J her cargo burned to keep tho engines 1 going, tho Koren hnd fought .an nl- 8 most incessant storm. n For threo days tho ship was help- less In n gnle, her shaft having brok- 9 2ii In tho middle ot the night. As i the vessel reeled nnd pitched in tho B henvy trough of the sea her officers I had difficulty in restraining tho 1,500 9 RiiBslnn steornge passengers in their 9 wild plan of taking to tho boats to iavo their lives. Provisions ran low 9 and thero wns a shortage of fresh water. This condition of nfTnlrs 0 threatened to becomo worse, nnd Cap- D tain Klrshhjedt turned tho ship's I noso toward Boston and his signals 13 Df distress wero seen off Boston n Light nnd nld given him. When tho ship came up the harbor her propeller B was three-fourths out of wnter. B CALHOUN TO STAND TRIAL. fourteen Indltements Returned 1 Against President of San Fran- m Cisco Railway. 2 San Francisco. Tlio rpecula-tlon. 9 thnt has been rlfo for weeks as to- whnt tho grand Jury would do in. tho mntter of Indicting high corpora jl tion officials and municipal ofllcer for nllcgcd bribery ' connection with w tho granting of tho overhead trolley j franchlso to tho United Railroads,. M ended Friday night when tho 'lnquls- I ltorlnl body returned nineteen Indict 9 ments of clghty-nlno counts, charging H tho cilmes of giving and accepting H bribes nnd naming as guilty tho fob jn lowing persons: M Mayor Eugono E. Schmltz, Abra- j ham Ruef, President Patrick Cal- jfl houn nnd nsslstant to tho president, Thornwell Mullally of tho '.United 1 Railroads, and 'Attorneys Tlroy L. Ford nnd William M. Abbott of that SB corporation, nnd nlso President Loul V Olass nnd former Agent Theo B. Hnl- . m soy of tho Pacific Telephone &, Tele- JK graph company, tho last-named In- 9 dlctmcnts being in connection with flj n deal by which tho cstnbllHhed tele- t fl phono corporation sought to prevent m tho granting of n competitive frnn- " M chlso to tho Homo Telephone com- Ejl pany. IM PETTUS TIRED OF INQUIRY. fl Says Senate Has No Right to Go Into M Brownsville Affair. Washington. "Damnum Abte In- B jurln," said Senator Pcttus of Ala- bama nt tho White House Friday, In B refcrenco to tho Brownvlllo investl- jX gation. Senntar Pcttus Is a member fl or the committeo investigating the- subject. Tho senator continued! al "Tho senato has no more right to- ( go Into this- business than you have. m It can express its opinion, but as to fflj going Into It, thnt Is all foolishness. 9 Tho senato can do nothing with tho- action of tho president. If ho trans- Bj grosses tho law or violates tho con- jfl Etltution, it Is provided that ho shall BJ bo dealt with by tho houso ot ropre- H scntatlves." jfl The senator said ho wan tired ot flj tho wholo thing, and would not con- flj sent to an adjournment ot tho com- flj mltteo with n view to having another meeting. K WANT CHEAPER BERTHS. ' W Interstate Commerce Commission W G After Pullman Company. fl Washington. A dcflnlto effort wns- fl begun Friday before tho Interstnto U commerce commission to secure to M tho public n reduction of faro ohargcif IE by tho Pullman company for Its sleeping enr accommodations. Thin- 9 Is tho first tlmo in tho history of tho jl commission that a proceeding hns m been brought against tho Pullmnn cnmpnny, nnd It promises to be nu B nctlon ot mora then ordinary interest nnd Importance. M TORNADO IN OKLAHOMA. fl No Loss of Life, But Considerable: H Damage to Property, H 8nydor, Okln. A tornado of smnll B proportions hero early Friday caused H moro or losn da ma go to property nnd S dostroyed communication with tho outside for soveral hours, tho wind flj tearing down many telephono nnd flj telegraph wires and poles. Thero flj wcro no casualties hero and as far jfl as known thero was no loss of lifo In flj tho track of tho tornado outsldo oC fl 'Snyder. X. fl Little Town In New York Terrorized ' K by Yeggmen. W Rochostcr, N. Y. An attempt was B mado early Friday by n gang of, yegg mon to loot nnd torrorlzo tho city of Hornell, nB a result or which Watch man John Hondy was fatally shot, Thomas Kolly soveroly boaton, sev eral citizens injured, nnd throe yegg men, Joseph Carroll, Raymond Eng lish nnd Harry Thomas, wero arrest ed, tho latter two having been woundod In n running fight with tho polico.