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Use Tho Ideal Orchard COAL
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Grand Valley of Colorado last
season not a dissatisfied cus
tomer Most economical effi
cient and satisfactory heater
Ram ussen iVtersh
General Agents for Weber and
Davis Counties
You may know the genuine
Fell Nap Jffi 21
by the red and green wrap
MODERN liveroom house 31CO Lin
coln Ind 379CA 2 7 iwk
rWGf KilliNG IS
Juarez Feb 6ClwrleR Hargrave
reported to be owned by James Butler
of Now York was the medium of a big
killing at Tcrrarnz Park today He
opened at 6 to 1 in the betting but
was steadily pounded to 3 to 1 He
won by twelve lengths The Bedwell I
entry and favorite finished outside the
iioney Tho track was in bad shape I
the rain of last night making it heavy
First race selling five and onehalf
furlongsDoctor Mack won Shirley
Ilossmore second High Street third
Time 108
Second race selling one mile Nib
lick won Hardly Son second Bill I
Bramble third Time 14445
Third race six furlongs Lightning
won Sensible second Ocean Queen
third Time 11C Hi
Fourth race the Primavera handi
cap six furlongs Charllo Hargravc
won King Cobalt second Col Bob
third Time 114 15
Fifth race selling six furlongs
Mnrchruont won Gibson second Me
Nally third Time 11035
Sixth race selling one mile Fan
tastic won Danbury second Apologist
third Time 141
Ottawa Ont Feb 6There in not
tho slightest doubt that during tho
present year we shall have a bigger
Immigration of American farmers In
to the Canadian west than over be
fore Iast year we had 80000 I am
quite convinced that this year wo
Bhall havo over 300300
Such wan the opinion expressed by
Wm T White second vice president
of the Canadian Pacific just hack
from an extended trip to the North
west Last years harvest was llio
best in tho history of the country and
its effect is everywhere apparent he
continued Wo shall have this year
an Immense immigration not only
from tho United States hut from
Great Britain In regard to the lat
ter tho BoLcmo of Sir Thomas Shaugh
nessy president of tho Canadian Pa
cific railroad for providing ready
made farms for immigrants from
Great Britain is I think the best
thing In regard to tho settlement of
tho land that has ever been pro
Advertisers must nave their copy for
the Evening Standard tho evening be
fore tho day on which the advertise
ment Is to appear In order to insure
STORAGD at reasonable rates tn I
Good brick building If you need any
room consult John Sccwcroft Sons
Saying our flour IB the best flour
for you to use unless wo can back
up our statement with good solid
Order a Sack of
Try it every day this week try it
for all kinds of baking and nt the
end of tho week tell us If youve over
had better bako ntuffg at loea expense
Pccrys Crescent Flour Is Its own
best recommendation if you will but
try It
hid Phono two rlnjoNo 63
Bel Phone tvo rings No 66
Ind Phone one rlntiNo 68
Bell Phone ono ringNo Od
Death of Baby Williams Elen Lo
retta tenweeksold daughter of Le
land and Ruby Biddle Williams died
Sunday morning at tho family resi
dence In Pocatello Idaho of stomach
trouble The remains will arrive this
morning Tho funeral services will
bo held Monday afternoon from the
residence of Mr Wm A Diddle lS
Thirtieth street at 2 p m Interment
will be In the City cemetery
Millinery help wanted at once Miss
Edith Hoffman second floor of S J
Burt Bros
The daintiest of pastry that Is pas
try at Charles Cafeteria 2C7C Wash
WANTEDClean white raga at the
For Sate2 heating stoves Inquire
for Mr Poultcr basemtjnt Standard
Kemmerer Coal guaranteed tho bes
I Sold only by M L Jones Coal Co Ino
140 Bell 409K
Call Allan pnoncs 22 for carriages
for funerals and operas Private calls
c npcclalty Also prompt delivery of
baggage 412 25th
Funeral of Howard Taylor The fu
neral services over the remains of
Howard Taylor tho 12yearold son of
Mr and Mrs Joseph A Taylor was
held Sunday at 12 oclock at the Farr
West meeting house The services
were presided over by Bishop M
Chugg The music was given by the
ward choir which rendered very beau
tiful selections The speakers were
Bishop James Martin Bishop E Bach
man and Bishop L Taylor Tho in
terment was made In the City ceme
For Sal cOld newspapers cheap
Call at Standard office
Died In Los Anocles Daniel Patton
died in Los Angeles yesterday Ho
leaves a wife In Ogden and a moth
er sister and five brothers in Mcm
pliEs Tenn Ho will be burled In
Los Angeles
In TrainingPete Sullivan Is train
ing over the White Elephant club
rooms and at 3 oclock each aftor
noon he draws a crowd of fight fans
who aro freely admitted to the cxhlb
5tion of athletic training Each
morning Sullivan 7oos road work
uinklng the run to Five Points and
Conference in Salt Lake Tox Rick
and James Gleason arc in conference
In Salt Lake today over the question
of the JeffriesJohnson battleground
next July A decision will probably
not bo reached before tonight or to
Baseball Player Fred Clark for
merly with tho Ogden team Is to play
with tho St Joe club tills season Last
year Dad Clark batted 325 and
made an excellent fielding record so
that this year on being transferred
with the entire Pueblo team he had
his salary increased to 300 a month
He leaves Ogden next month to re
port for practice
Dynamiters Guilty Final disposi
tion was made of the case of Fred
Wilson and John Delaney cluirged
with malicious mischief In connection
with the attempted dynamiting of
structural works at the Utah hotel
building In Salt Lake when Judge J
M Bowman In the criminal court to
day announced a decision against the
defendants finding both guilty as
charged A motion for a rehearing
was denied the court setting tomor
row morning as the date of sentence
E Erlckcen Leaves for VeIlcM
Erlcksen has gone to Wells whore he
will servo the Southern Pacific Rail
road company ns night pumper He
left Ogdon Saturday arriving at the
home of his sister Mrs J Jl Nutnll
Saturday evening
Returned to WeGJ G Schmld
who has been in Ogden during tho
past threo weeks being called here
on account of the illness of his two
babies returned to Wells last even
Ing The babies arc reported ns much
New Time CardOn the new time
table Issued yesterday the time of
arrival of the fast mall from Salt
Lake Is 1 p m
New TrainAn extra train has
been put In service between Ogden and
Salt Lako The train leaves hero at
630 a m The crew makes tho lay
over In Ogden
St Paul Fob 7 Railroad switch
men who have been on striko In
Northwestern railroad yards arc re
turning to tholr former places Today
several applied for work at the North
ern Pacific yards but no places were
Tho state railroad and warehouse
committee today sent out Inspectors
to report on freight conditions In tho
yards la St Paul Minneapolis and
Duluth at the request of Governor
Evcrhardt to whom the strikers have
again appealed to intervene
PlflBburg Feb 7The grand Jury
today returned conspiracy Indictments
against County Delinquent Tax Col
lector Max Leslie E H Jennings
president of the Columbia National
bonk Cabs Stewart former council
man and F F NIcoll retired capital
1st The Indictments prow out of the
selection by the counsel of city de
positories in 190S
Muncie Ind Feb 7 James and
Leonard Hicks brothers wero inotnnt
ly killed and Rolla
Jones was perhaps
fatally hurt today when the carriage
I In which they were riding was struck
by the boUlW18tOrn limited train on
the Big Four railroad at YOrktown
Tho Weber club
has named
a memO I
bership committee made of P II
Cook George Kelly and George Mat
ton and the committee Is now actively
engaged In urging all who should Join
to allow the presentation of their
Chairman Cook says ho will not
rest until he has Increased the club
membership by fifty I
The following Utah and Nevada
people comprise the party who will
soon leave San Francisco for their
trip around tho world =
Mrs II R Dangborg and Miss Grace
Dangbcrg of Minden Dr and Mrs C
T Hood of EUro Dr and Mrs W H
Hoed of Reno Dr and Mrs 1 A
Lewis of Reno Mr and Mrs F 0
Norton of Reno C F Cults and Jim
Grant of Carson City Mr and Mrs F
Id Lee and daughter of Reno Mr and
Mrs Lafayette Hanchctt and daugh
ter of Salt Lake City Dr and Mrs F
S Baicom of Salt Lake City Mr and
Mrs Karl Scheld of Salt Lake Mr
and Mrs F S Fcnton of Salt Lake
Dr and Mrs E A Tripp and daugh
ter of Salt Lake Mr and Mrs Ceo
H Greenfield of Elko
Primero Colo Feb 7TIw bodies
of several more victims of the
wrecked Primcro mine have been lo
cated but not removed the masses of
fallen rock and coal rendering the
work of rescue difficult and slow
Thus far fiftyeight bodies have been
taken out
Requiem mass for the victims was
celebrated this morning at Holy Trin
ity church
Work was resumed In the other
mines this morning but with small
forces as more than one hundred
men are engaged In the work of
searching for tho bodies and repairing
the main shaft
New York Fob GExpress rates
In the west wore again under inquiry
Saturday before Examiner Lyon of
the Interstate Commerce commission
The hearings arc on complaint of
State Senator SUnhurg of Minnesota
who charges combination to maintain
high rates between the Adams Amer
ican United States and ollsFargo
Express companies
Washington Feb fiIn an effort
to put an end to the government ex
travagance and wasto Senator Aldrich
today reported from the committee
on public expenditures a bill provid
ing for the appointment of a commis
sion to make an Investigation and
suggest needed reforms
Washington Feb G Inmates of the
Columbia Institution for the Deaf and
Dumb were thrown Into consternation
today by a fire In tho main bullrtlnr
Deaf mutes threw their trunks and
other belongings out of the windows
on the top floor of the building until
the flames and smoke compelled thorn
to seek safety for themselves
No coal Is mined In this country
lower than adopth of 2200 feet while
several English mines penetrate I
3500 feet down and there aro mines
in Belgium 4000 feet deep Eight I
Inch scams of coal are mined com I
ruerclally abroad while few veins less
than 14 Inches thick are worked In
this country
During the last three years there
has been a farlly steady Increase in
the quantity of natural gas used In I
this country for domestic purposes a I
decrease In the quantity need In this
country for domestic purposes and an
Increase In the average prico
In lIne with a French scientists
Idea that tho swallowing of sour milk
will arrest tho ravages of age an Eng
lish scientist has devised chocolato
drops filled with lactic acid bacilli
tho chocolate making an otherwise
nauseous dose palatable
President Ecclcs of the Ogden Rap
id TrnHltcompnn returned from Lo
an this morning lie says that It Is
still pretty cold In tho northern part
of tho state and for that reason busi
ness activity Is somewhat retarded
The temperature there Is lower than
In Ogden but ho says It is cold en
ough In Ogden
I Mr Ecclcs Is well pleased with tho
results obtained through the operation
of a street car system from tho Logan
depot to the Agricultural college Ho
says that ho thinks the people there
arc better pleased over the street car
system they have than they have
been over anything that bus over
been done by way of Improvement In
the city The road IAlelng liberally
patronized and It is surely lining a
longfelt wanl
The Agricultural college has been
conducted in Logan for about twenty
years and during all that time says
Mr Eccles tho students have been
compelled t climb that steep hill
through the mud in wet weather in
sunshine and In rain without oven a
pavement to walk on and It has great
ly retarded the progress of tho school
The attendance has not been anything
like It should have boon nor anything
like I will be with the street car ac
commodations at hand Students at
tending tho school now can remain
In the city and be able to reach the
buildings with comparative case
In discussing conditions here and
plans of the Transit company for thin
years operations Mr Ecclos stated
that his company will accomplish all
that Is possible and profitable by way
Improvements and extensions
Au soon n tho frost IB out of tho
ground ho said we will place our
tracks In tho paved districts of the
city at grade The rails are hero and
we are only waiting for warmor
weather so wo can get t work This
kind of work cannot be dono In froz
en ground and It would be foolish for
I us to undertake It I is very likely
I that We will build down Twenty
I fourth street to Wall and along Wall
I to Twentyfifth street when wo place
our grade rails I cannot say just
I what will be done during the year by
way of extending the road In other
I directions but we will In all proba
bility build toward tho north end of
the county from Parr West
I Rome Feb 7Tho unhappy Inci
I dent which marred tho visit hero oi
former Vice President Charles W
I Fairbanks has been the subject of
animated discussion partIcularly
among members of the American col
onyMr Falrbanko had expressed a
wish to pay his respects to the Pope
and It had been announced that an
audience would be granted tho dis
I tinguished American Subsequently
It was learned that he had promised
to address the local Society of the
American Methodist Episcopal church
and following the receipt of this in
formation at the Vatican it was an
nounced that Mr Fairbanks would not
bo rcccIvcd by the pontiff unless he
abandoned his purpose to address the
church society Mr Fairbanks elect
ed to keep his engagement with tho
Washington Fob Criticising the
action of the Vatican for refusing for
mer VlcePrealdent Fairbanks an audi
ence with the Pope because he would
not cancel hip engagement to address
the Methodist churchmen In Rome
the Ministerial Association of Wash
ington adopted resolutions framed by
a committee headed by Bishop Cran
ston of the Methodist Episcopal
church in which tho action of the Vati
can authorities Is described as a
characteristic expression of the real
spirit of the Roman hierarchy
congratulate our former Vice
President on his manly vindication of
the American spirit of toleration and
his exhibition of dignity of free Am
erican manhood In this most signifi
cant test in Rome says ono section of
tho resolutions
I Protest against recognition by the
government of the Vatican Is made in
strong terms described as Inconsist
ent with national traditions and a
I sanction of cccltslastlcal assumption
to religious liberty
and as a menace relg0us Ibert
Boil Trust To Intelligence
You cannot by process of law
prevent anyone from drugging
themselves to death Wo must
POSTUM moot evil by a appeal to the in
POSTLM tel enco
Ono of the drugs that does the
most harm to Americans because
of Its widespread use and appar
Full 15 minutes or ent Innocence la coffee
Ask any regular coffee drInker
longer after boiling 1 ho o she Is perfectly well At
least onehalf are not
commences Only those with extra vigor can
keep well against the daily attack
of caffeine In the coffee The
heart and pulse gradually lose
Thenyou not only strength dyspepsia kidney trou
bles and nervous diseases of some
get the fine color sort sot In and tho clearly marked
effects of coffee poisoning are
fragrance all its shown
al ThoRO are facts worth any
own but the clear and ono thought The Is to reasonable leave 1
off and shift to Poatum The pois
brain and steady on that has been secretly killing
IB thus withdrawn and 0 powerful
nerves of days of rebuilding agent put to work
The good effects onerally begin
old to show inside of 10 days I health
and comfort are worth anything
L you try It
Theres Reison for I
poe TUM
Postum Cereal Company Ltd Bnttlc Creek Mich
San Francisco Feb 7 Superior
Judge Lawlor today denied a motion
to dismiss tho case of Patrick Cal
houn president of tho United Railways
ways accused of offering a bribe to
a suervlsor to veto for a trolley fran
chise and ordered that the trial which
was Interrupted by the recent lec
tion be resumed next Monday
rime district attorney who moved
for dismissal declared that on ac
count of missing witnesses and the In
cufflclcncy of evidence already In
troduced he was convinced that a
conviction could not be secured
Motions to dismiss Indictments
against Tlrey L Ford and William A
Abbott counsel for tho United Rail
wayc and Thornwell Mullalley as
sistant to President Cahouu
Caholn charged
with bribery also wore denied by
Judge Lawlor
Chicago Feb 7 Another victim
was added today to the long list of
murders committed In tho north side
Italian colony when Jos La Verdi was
shot and killed in tho basement of
his home
According to Mrs L Verdi who
wao a brIde of a year the victim had
not had trouble with any ono and the
police believe the murderers wore
members of tho BlackHand Fifteen
men were arrested on suspicion
La Verdi was a cousin of Tony Du
go who was shot and killed under
equally mysterious circumstances in
the same neighborhood last Decem
Chicago Fob GOUo Meyer and
his wife Mary have solved the dim
cultles attending the high cost of liv
ing so far as they are concerned
They havo lived for years on a 30
acro farm near tho village of River
side Cook county
By a deed filed In Urn recorders of
fice yesterday Meyer for considera
tion of 50000 In cash conveys to his
son Fritz H Meyer the farm But
In return for this the older Meyer Is
to bo furnished with all the necessities
of life Including a house regardless
of the market price as long as iio or
his wife may live A part of this
unique deed reads n follows
Tho grantee Is to provide a suffi
cient supply of fruit a sufficient sup
ply of vegetables of all kinds to bo
delivered on demand one dressed
hog of 200 pounds weight ono fore
quarter of fresh beef to bo delivered
on December 15 in each year onehalf
dozen fat ducks onehalf dozen fat
rooters dressed to be delivered No
vember 1 of each year and three bar
rels of best quality of wheat flour
to be delivered ono barrel each time
on January 1 May I and September
1 of ench year twenty bushels of good
eatable potatoes to be delivered on
demand two pounds of fresh butter
each week one dozen fresh eggs each
week one quart of fresh milk each
day except each Saturday onehalf
gallon of fresh milk and 10 In cash
20 on March 1 and 520 on July 1 in
each ye
On one occasion says tho Eng
lish actor Lewis WaIler In the
Strand we arrived In Southport too
late at night to secure rooms and ac
cordingly my fox terrier and I bled
ourselves to the nearest hotel At
this particular establishment how
ever dogs were not admitted and it
was only after tho exorcise of not a
little persuasion that I obtained a
grudging pcrmlaslon for my fourfoot
ed friend to spend tho night In a
room In the basement which was used
for the most part for cleaning boots
Having seen the dog securely tied
up by a load I retired for the night
My room I remember was on tho
third floor and was situated In a
long corridor passage both sides of
which wero lined with bedrooms In
the middle of the however
night I
was awakened by the sound of vig
orous scratching on the panels of my
door and on Jumping out of bed to
nee who the woudbe Intruder was I
found my fox terrier seated on tbo
mat outside I was loo tired to go
down and see bow m faithful
my faihful com
panion had managed to burst his
bonds but In any case although It
was perhaps not a difficult matter
for him to freo himself his task In
finding my room in a strange hotel
containing several hundred bedrooms
cannot have been an easy ono
though as a matter of fact I suppose
the little chap must havo sniffed at tho
boots placed outside each door until
he succeeded in finding mine
New York Fob 5Miss Garda
Dallldrn an English girl whose bug
boar In life Is corpulency has boon
in tho habit of taking alternate dally
doses of nine bottles of sltrate of I
magnesia and thirty grains of calo I
mel to keep thin according to the tes
timony of her mother In the supreme
Mrs Dallldra wants her daughter
committed to a sanitarium Tho court
reserved decision
Miss Dallldra has a tendency to
ward art and maintains a studio up
town She enjoys a handsome Income
from a trust fund of 155000
Pittcburg PaFeb Plttsburg
coal operators who aro back from the
meeting with the miners at tho Toledo
conference viewed the situation optimistically
mistically today and several declared
with emphasis that the danger of a
general suspension of coal mining on
April 1 Is not so great as might ap
pear at first glance
St Paul Feb iTen persona were
Injured today in a kreck of a local
passenger train running between St
Paul and Duluth Minim The wreck
was caused by the breaking of a car
1 =
Denver Cob Feb 7Tho whole I
cry of the nation Is preservation of I
property find accumulation of gain
even to sacrificing human life de
clared Dr I F Coylo pastor of tho
fashionable First Presbyterian church
In a sermon yesterday on the value of
human life
Dr Coyle denounced the present
system of mining child labor sweat
shops and saloons ns products of this
Infernal disregard of the value of hu
man life He said
I runnIng automobiles through our
streets at thirty to fifty miles an hour
endanger property actually destroy
ed banks and stores law would meet
this condition with a stern hand and
It would not be tolerated for a day
Declaring that more than 500 men
I had lost tholr lives in mlno accidents
In Colorado Illinois and Kentucky
alone since last October Dr Coyle
said The state should lay upon
mine operators tho supreme function
of protecting human life and not
merely exploiting I for gain I
Tho government hi addition to
conserving the forests streams ami
water power sites should adopt a pol
icy of preserving the lives of human
beings This work should be the
prime object
Washington Fob 7The proposi
tion of John E
Ballalne of Seattle to
lease Alaskan coal lands and mine
coal on tho royalty basis was given
consideration today by the senate
committee on territories Mr Ballalne
explained In detail hls suggestion for
the development of coal lands and
what the government may expect In
return for such grants
To carry out such a deal a groat
deal of legislation would bo required
nnd tho suggestion will
sUleslon wi he taken up
later at an executive meeting If the
plan Is approved by the committee on
territories It will bo referred to the
committee on public lands for further
Some members of the committee
fear the leasing plan might result in
skimming off the surface coal and
leaving the more difficult mining to
the government
The camera so far from being orig
inally truthful Is consummately un
truthful I seizes hold of some un
essential detail something perhaps
that the human would
eye not observe
a alland exaggerates It until it
seems to be essential and predominat
ing On tho other hand
some essen
tial detail some delicate beauty of
proportion It fails to register duly
And when we speak of the camera
we do not necessarily mean the light
of heaven passing through a lens
The lens may be accurate the Imago
on the groundglass be accurate hut
the final picture Is and must be tho
result of processes To this picture
I all the sun does is to throw the Im
age upon a sensitized film the Imago
Itselfthe representation of the crea
I ture or scene that stood In front of
lImo lens being lost forever It Is the
I business of the photographer to recall
that Image There In a word Is the
whole art of photography
And photography Is an art because
It represents facts and cnn select
them Whore 1 falls short of art Is
in its lack of Invention and it de
pendence for beauty upon the beauty
of the facts represented When
granting these canons photography
falls adequately to represent beauty
It falls owing to the unskllfulness of
the artiest because he does not un
derstand tho arrangement and juxta
position of lightvalues because ho
cannot select because ho cannot dim
bate Why too should It be denied
that his photograph of beauty wheth
er of landscape or of flesh should not
be the result of the successful ex
pression of the artists emotions A
beautiful woman beautifully rendered
Is a work of beauty and a work of
art I must to be perfect have feel
Ing and quality and that Is what the
eleven perfect photographs of eleven
perfect women taken by eleven mas
ter photographers and reproduced In
color in the Strand each possesses
By Farmer smith
This Is tho story Ethels father told
her last night
You remember aKtlo Fly lived In
a big restaurant In Now York Sho
and her parents had a comfortable
home in a picture frame until It got
a tip and then Katie fell out of bed
and Mrs Fly said It was not safe to
stay there any more so they moved
to another plcure frame high up on
tho wall and there they lived In
One morning Mrs Fly said to Ka
tie I think you are old enough to
go about yourself now only do be
careful what you cat
I know I shall have a lovely time
salw Katie putting on her things I
will not go outside the restaurant
and shall not eat anything except
what you have shown me
So Kato started out to see all
there was to see in the restaurant
and first of all she lit on a table
and there sho found a big bowl with
a lot of little white grains In It look
Ing 80 much like sand that Katlo
thought she would walk around In it
a bit Then she tasted it and what
do you think it was asked EthelB
Sugar said Ethel
Thats right said the father
Then she saw something brown
around the edges and white and soft
in the middle She knew that was
what she fell on whon she tumbled
out of bed and on to the fat mans
ball head from there she slid to
wl1tI sounded like bread Daddy said
Right you are said Uio father
I My the said to herself This
is a lot of fun I wonder what I ought
to do next As sho said this she
bumped Into a yellow looking thing
which was a little black at one end
and quite soft inside She tasted of
this and liked It and she ate quite a
lot What do you think i was
A banana said Ethel
Theso are all too easy said her
father I will now give you a hard
ono The next thing KaUo Fly looked
at was a cuto little pot with a dainty
wooden handle sticking out She was
afraid to try thin but in trying to
get away she got sonic on her hand
and tried to lick it off and It burned
her mouth BO she few home crying as
I her heard would break and
MuHtart saIl Ethel and she was
quite right
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Cincinnati Ohio 1cb 6After 24
hours deliberation the Jury In the
I case of Mrs ftinnotto StewartFord
charged with blackmailing Charles T
Warrlnor defaulting local treasurer of
tho Big Four railroad was unable to
reach an agreement and wan dIe
ludgo Swing said after he dismiss
I ed the jury that he had been Inform
cd that on the last baljot eihl jurors I
I hal stood for acquittal and four for I
conviction I
The unexpected end to the sensa
I tlonal ease wag explained by two Jur
I ors as due to thefact that a majority
I of their colleagues roftsed to credit
tho testimony of Wnrrlner They as
I sorted that a man who had confessed
to embezzling for tweatyflve years
I would not hoxltate to perjure himself
against a womitn who he believed had
been the cause of hum exposure
Prosecutor Hunt said tonight that
ho expected to bring the woman to
trial roll In three weeks At the
same time he Intimated that he might
abandon the case He said that time
result of the trial was due to a ape
des of disease in the mentality which
seemed to affect American jurors and
prevent them from convicting a wom
an on any charge
He declared that the same process
of reasoning was evident in the sym
pathy displayed for Evelyn Xesblt
Thaw and Nan Patterson
St Louis Feb dBalmies are arriv
ing so fast In the homes of heirs of
the late Wm A Hargallno one of the
millionaire founders of tho Hargadlne
Mcltittrlck Dry Goods company that
lawyers land the courts are wondering
whether the estate ever will be set
Several hundred thousand dollars
worth of real estate Is being held 1 n
trust to be turned into cash for the
beneficiaries But babies have pcrsls
cathy interposed legal obstacles
These cherubs not only have defied
the courts and lawyers by their ad
I vent hit they have thwarted the plans
of their trustee who has been trying
lam three years to got a court set
Each lime a petition has been filed
however the announcement of a birth
in the family has called al legal pro
cess to a halt As found In the law
no estate can be settled without enter
lug the appearance of every heir
New York Feb c Mrs 0 H P
Kclmont has Invited negro women ol
the state to join the political equalIty
club of which she is
Ity whih president
Ultimately they may form suffrage
organizations of their own but for the
present as many a wish will be ad
mitted to the political equality club
Forty joined today at a meeting ad
dressed by Mrs Belmont In a nest
sIde no ro church
Mrs Belmont came quickly to the
1 feel she said that unloss this
cause means freedom and equal rights
to women of every race every creed
rich or poor Its doctrines are worth
less and It must fall
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San Francisco Cal Feb C Return
Ing from Memphis Tenn nt his own
expense to fact the charges that have
been brought against him Vm C
Hayes former manager and vice pres
ident of tho defunct Union State bank
of this city was arrested here this
afternoon on two complaints He if
accused of overdrawing his account
In tho bank with which he was called
to the amount of 1200 and of obtain
ing 1000 under false pretenses He
Is being held in the city prison In de
fault of 23000 ball He denies the
Primcro Colo Feb ILThree morn
bodies were taken from the Colorado
Fuel Iron COs milo here Saturday
night making seven recovered to
day nnd 5S since Monday when sev
entythree men were killed by an ex
plosion The bodlcr tonight wero
found in entry A 11 They were not
mutilated and the mon died from suffocation
mutate nne
location and fire AM were identified
State Mine Inspector Jones said to
night he would spend two days more
In tho mlno 1 on offer tn find the
I initial point of tho ovploulou
Council Bluffs Iowa Feb GThe
trial of Frank Scott of Pender Xeb
charged with acting ns a steoror for
the alleged swindling band of which I
J C Maybray is said to have boon
tT head ended In an acquittal
Scott watt accused of aiding in the
robbery of John Hermol Bracht of
Bancroft Neb of 5000 This Is tho
second of the trials of tho supposed
members of the socalled swindle
syndicate before the state courts of
rhere are signs fo an awakening at
Washington The senate committee
on military affairs has decided that
1 WcbBtors obsolete
cbstIs dlctlonarv is ohslt
c I
Washington D C Fob
Wnhlngtn 6A v l
on fire and abandoned at seat
at st wat re
ported today by wireless
tdny wretel telegraph to
tho naval hydrographic olflco The
wireless message came from
agecao om a nwr
chant vessel whoso can sign Is
fU Z but the name of which is not
Tho mescaso in ccct was that the
merchantman had passed a green
schooner with blackboard and white
stern on fro at sea in Latitude 3325
north longitude 7340 west Her name
In black letters appeared to b Georco
P Phillips Delaware Her boats wero
I PhUlp ier bat were
gone and nobody van aboard A high
sea was running at tho time Tho
telegram was signed Davis
It appears probable that the burned
schooner waa the George F Phillips
of Sooford Del which sailed from
Baltimore on January 23 for
Baltimor Jauary ro Wilming
ton N 0 in command of Captain
Gosffklno Sho carried a crow of four
So far as reported the crow has not
been picked up nor landed at any
Wnohington D C Fob GThe way
to Manuagua is now open to the rove
lutloniHts In Nicaragua according to
n cable received here today by Senor
Castrillo representative of the Es
trada government
The message says there are no ob
stacles to oppose the advance of the
Insurgent any into the capital of tho
Senor Castrillo has also been In
formed that Cachurccos Granadinos
a leading merchant of Granada has
issued a proclamation calling upon all
citizens to rally to the support of Gen
eral Estrada
Dr Salamon Selva prosecuting at
torney for the government in the
trials of the two Americana Groco
tral6 te Amercana
and Cannon according to the same
Information also has Issued a procla
mation in which he not only defend
himself fo rhla action in the matter
but glories in the outcome of the trial
Washington D C Feb GAmor
Wasingn Fe
lean fruit trade with Germany has
been hampered In recent rear by
operations of speculative buyers h tbo
United States according to a
Sttes accrding report
to the Bureau of Manufacturers from
Consul General Skinner at Hamburg
The trouble could b overcome In
the opinion of the consul general It
fruit producers would combine and
sot up standard grades and issue offi
cial certificates to accompany their
shipments so that importers at Ham
burg could be certain ot getting the
goods they pay for
A matter of general complaint also
it is stated is that speculative firms
that take orders do not fill them If
the market IB going up
Fort Worth Texas Feb 6That a
wealthy Chinaman whose headquarters
ters arc either in Chicago or San
Francisco Is at the head of an exten
sive conspiracy to smuggle opium in
to tho United States Is the belief of
federal officials who began invcetlga
ions culminated last week in seven
arrest four In Chicago two in Loa
Angeles and another at El Pro Ac
cording to those who arc directing tho
I investigation tho drug Is first brought
to El Paso From that city It is ship
ped to Chicago San Francisco Los
Angeles and Fort Worth the alleged
syndicate using theso cities n distrIb
uting points
New Orleans Feb GLouis Paul
ban French aviator made tree short
flights late today In a Farman hi
piano at the City Park race track be
fore 800 spectators He ascended to
a minimum height of 450 foot and cir I
cled several times about tho course I
remaining in tho air twelve mInutes I
remaning th ir tweve
in his longest flight Ho will make I
flights here for the next four days
New York re 0 r deepest
spot In the sea Is l miles of the
Island of Guam where soundings
made by Dr Charka H Townsend of
tho Albs expedition recorded a
depth of 81000 fee nearly six mllos
Dr Townsend told the Cmp Fire club
of Amerc at itn annual dinner to
night that he also had round animal
life at a depth of 4 S4 miles in time
Tonga baaln against the Island of
New Zealand under pressure of 4 12
tons t tho square loch
Cleveland Ohio Feb 6Her head
wrapped in a mane coat her bonnet
ablaze and three small children clasp
ed in hex arms rs Solomon Kloln
appeared in the doorway of a tene
ment tonight and wa proclaimed I
heroine Firemen had assisted mem
bers of thirteen families to safety
Manuel Rlviklnd end his n e wife
woro carried down a adder badly
blrnod The firemen had announced
that Hll wore safe when lr Klein
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