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mg' THE SALT LAKE TIMES. IPigg "T SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL lli. 189ft NO I. LATEST NE1FS BY WIUE. Desver, Colorado, to Have a New Opera House Opened by Miss Juch. LABOR TROUBLES IN BOSTON. A Eesnrae of the More Important Events of the Last Twenty-fou- r Honrs, Denver's New Tiny House, Denvkr, Colo. .April 10. Spui'iul.l M. B. Loavitt has arranged with Charles K. Locke for the Juoh Graud English Opera company to open his now Broadway theatre hero ou August 18th, playing two weeks. The organization w ill comprise 125 people, and will leave by special train from Now York, making the jump direct. Several European artists will be added for the special engagement. The new Broadway will he one of the most mag-uilice-theatres in America. MOKXINC TtXKGKAMS 1'ONnKWKH. San Diego is to have a new telescope, the largest in tho world. Shaffer and Slosson have made ar-rangements for another billiard con-test. Charles Welch, tho Buffalo light-weight, last uighl knocked out Charles Fitzgerald, tho St. Uuiis light-weigh-in tho eleventh round. Lawrence, Barrett is advertising him-self by asserting one, day that he has made his last apwaranoe on the stage and denying it the net, Tho cotton exchange parsed resolu-tions strongly protesting against the passage of the llutterworth bill, taxing dealings in futures, declaring that ll would drive all tho trade to Kugland. HerrFurthof tho chamber of com-merce, has published a report declaring that Vienna trade is on the verge of ruin, as a result of protection. Tito re-port Is oorrolioratod bv the exporters. .lark Smith of Canada knocked out Mike Coburn of England last night In ten rounds, with two-ounc- e gloves, at tlio Buffalo Athletic club, for it purse of $1000, Smith had everything his owu way. J. S. Harrinmu. the pedestrian w ho started from Wabash, Ind., on April 10 to walk to San Francisco, ilOOO mill's, hi sixty-liv- e days, on a wager of iMHKl, passed through Decatur yostonlav, ac-companied by two judges on horse-h.v'- Uarrlman is confident of win-ning. A Meeting of the Illinois State Branch at the Chicago Audi-torium, PARLIAMENT TO BE DISSOLVTD. Labor Electors in Session Baptist Mission MeetingOther Special News. Chicago, April cial. The Illinois state branch of tho National British American association of the United Stales will hold a celebration in the auditorium touight to promote tho objects of their society. Tho Rev. Frank M. Bristol will bo' tho orator of the occasion and his subject will be, "Tho Public School System of the Unit-ed Stales Unfettered by any Denomina-tional or Religious Restrictions, as the Chief Element in tho Perpetuation of the Republic." Coming after tho Mi-lwaukee election, where tho Bennett law was the issue and where tho party that advocates its repeal was trium-phant, the lecture will attract consid-erable attention, especially ns Dr. Bris-tol is an eloquent orator and profound thinker as well as a patriotic) citizen. Tho British-American- s will have their annual pieuio ou August 23, but they have resolved not to have a street o on that day. fift THE BILL. are Once More Placed a Sugar oa the List as Tree Prom Duty. CONGBESSIONAL NEWS. ,erCityof New York Safe-A- xe's Prophecy A Steamer ther News Notes. V. nrwN April 1G.-- Just as the s to have boon reported to the republican members l,l their minds ami at 11 his morning completely tHU of the lost important , m. Again hides have ,,dcmtlic free list and so has l(iulic latter case tho eom-.(dops-a provision looking .ivracllt of a bounty of two un,l on domestic product. !,, have been conimuni-,l'l- f democratic minority! are necessary ivpoil these democrats, it is ibf (Waved in their pre souta-ne house""" til late this after-'- , is understood that tho sugar little conlideiico in lh1 con-- ' lfllt, ijoiiii ly and they have protested against the chkngo. above and iiJemcl-,ixtce- ii v on sugars Dutch standard,! it is lixetl at two-liffh- s of a I cent ul, Tin' grades below limit tiro ,is satisfies neither tho slugar the beet sugar producing iOiilllllTfffi Judgts Zana Announces That ha Will Try Matters and People Must Get Rauly. A SINGULAR BCSGLABT "CASE. The Ladies Didn't Scream for rear of Scaring a Robber-- Ha is Convicted. It was a ditlicult task for Judge 'an to get a eae before him this morning in the district court. There wasasiif liclcnl number of easts set for trial U keep the court and jury engaged for a week, but If the criminal werw in court the wltnes.se had not lieoii summoned. If tho witness' lu certain ease werw In at-tendance, tin) criminal hud not hern brought into court from tho peniten-tiary. All was condition. Not eren Prosecuting? Attorney Varlan wa ac-quainted with his ca-e- s. He w.n un-familiar with the defendant nod their witnesses, and the attorney for tho prisoner were all confused. Tho United Stat, marshal' olllee. which ha eharg of the criminal busluen, tfqilYsetited by a bailiff w ho did not know that h was alive, Tho Judge became a little, warm and gave It out cold that thero . would Ihi some case tried and Uhvw Interested In it had Utter prepam lhennel fur the trial. James Marshall and Thoma Eagau, a couple of alleged burglar, went brought In, but the district attorney camn to the conclusion that ho bad no witnesses and their c rotibt not bo tried. Charles Williams, a young man St years of ago, w as then put on trial, charged with burglary. Ho wa ac-cused of having entered tho residence of William Hohb In West Jordan, on tho night of February 13, and bariiin stolen WJ.oO lu gold from tho rmun nl Mrs, Tegner. Williams had been In the employ of Ilobbs, and boarded with tho family. Mm. Luiira Tegner U a preKliir young woman of ti year of ag. .Hh is a daughter of klIobh, and wa. man'led In a mail named Tegner. She li ted with hint-- short time and llicv separated, and now as she claims, a suit tor divorce m pending. Laura H an rwwdingly charmlug young woman with a prntty figure and dresses very tastefully. Wheu pot upon tho stand sftt said that WIIIUuu wan well ac-quainted with lb home", and on the night In pietioii m euterfd her room by rutttfiflf a wii scrwi and opening a window to- her sleeping apartment. A lady miiln waslu bed with her, and they were awakened by tho iioUe ho umde. Ho entered tho room ami went through her klrt, succeeding In getting her jKH-fce-t book toiititlnliig the lii(iny, She could distinctly see ami recognl. him, but was so diinifounded that ho could not p'ak, After realising the situation she summoned her father, but by the time be gut out William had ; made good his oeape. On cross etautlimllon .Mrs. Tegner stated that William and she were very good friends, and that the money had been given lohcrby hwr father. She Intended to make a trip north with it. How was It th.d he did tint steal anything Ne?'" aked the defeii. "Well, you see. we r wared and breathed rather hard and perhup h was m ured nut of the room ". "It was rather ntnuigH that neither you nor your cousin when you discovered him In the romnJ" "Ye. I knov It, but we wor wared and could n' l iy atiythliisf." "Didn't one of yon nay to the other that a mini in th j room and the otic to whom the addrewd nuld keep till m lo-- would tW wared away," No, sir; he tried tu get my th but the chain became fa.4t-n- lu a i half and he could not take It In Id haste." Several other wUuetw were f ilied, und after the brief argument tint caw wa given to the Jury for delibera-tion. This afternoon the Jury returned with ,, i f,,r .'1,1111, t:iiii W illiams wilt be sentenced tomorrow, I.AROR I'ARAOKS ON MAY 1. Hundreds of Thousands tf Laborer to Take rart In the Mowmmt. Lommix, April IS. Tho movement In favor of a simultaneous inter-nation-labor demonstration on tho 1st of May is assumiug formidable proportions, and, as far as numbers is concerned, is already an assured success in Eng-land, France, Uerniany, Italy, Hun-gary, Belgium, Holland and Spain. Tho idea was lirst suggested by a Bel-gian delegate who attended the interna-tional Trades congress in St. Andrew's hall, London, in November, 188S, aud a resolution was then passed in favor of setting aside tho 1st of May, every year, for universal labor parades. The scheme, however, got Into socialistic hands and thereby became a suspect in tho eyes of British trades union leaders, so that little came of 11 last year. Since tliou, however, tho movement In favor of an eight hour working day has made such enormous strides that workmen leaders are beginniug to real-ize lhat if they do not fall into lino with tho industrial masses upon this question tlioy w ill iiud themselves stranded high and dry above tho mtiiu current of pop-ular opinion. Tho Dockers' Union promises to send 80,000 men to join in the parade, and contingents from other organizations of unskilled labor will probably bring tho total gathering in Hyde, Park May 1 up to 200,000. The demonstration will bo held simultaneously in many of the largo provincial towns, aud tho or-ganizers estimate the grand total for England at nearly 500.0JO. Jules (iuisdo, who lias charge of tho movement in France, promises to have 200,000 workmen ou parade. Belgium pledges itself to 250,000; Holland, if the police will permlt.to 100,000; (ierniauy, by tho grace of Kaiser Wilhelm, to G30,-00- Italy to 100,000, and Spain to 50,000. lu this country the demonstration Is looked forward to with characteristic equanimity, but upon tho continent some trouble may result, Kaiser Wilhelm has uol made up his mind whether or not to prohibit the in-dustrial parade. In Paris tho aristo-crats and bourgeoise scent socialism and are calling upon the government to bo prepared with horse, fool and artil-lery to preserve law and order; In Italy thero is danger that tho distressed unemployed may make themselves un-pleasantly conspicuous and there is reason to believe that Slgnor Crispi has resolved to suppress tho demonstution in Rome at any rate, In Spain and Holland, and to some extent in Belgium, the movement is re-garded as socialistic and disturbances may' be considered unhappily certain unless tho authorities behave with more forbearance than they have hitherto done. .", -. :' -. ,, revenue; that in all eases except tin an increased tariff w ill result in decreased importations, and therefore a decreased revenuo; that the committee aimed to put an increased rate on manufactured goods and farm products pro-ducible iu this country, in order to de-velops home market; that the commit-tee is not so much concerned about tho prices of the articles we consume as to encourage the increase aud diversifica-tion of home products, giving fair re-turns to producers and wages to Amer-ican workmen. Believing that homo competition will regulato prices, the committee admits that free trado would cause a temporary reduction in prices, but arguo it would be at tho expense of domestic producers aud that prices would Ihcu advance with the country at the mercy of for-eign syndicates and manufactur-ers, and the ultimate result would thus bo disadvantageous to both capital and labor. Tho com-mittee says that tho country is least prosperous iu which low prices and wagon prevail, and point to tho present agricultural depression as a sample. The committee believes it better to raise the $400,000,000 necessary to run the government by taking foreign imports than take it from domestic products. That tho entire bill is based upon pro-tection to American industry, but at the same time recommending no duty above the point of difference between tho nor-mal cost of production here, including labor and the cost of like production abroad. The report then takes up the details of the bill and says tho reduc-tion in revenues from placing on the free list chemicals not produced in this country will amount to eight hundred and seventy-fiv- e thousand dollars, i It cites figures to show the decline in wool production and says that the ad-vance in duties have been re-commended, which will afford amp-pl- o protection to the wool grower While the senate bill fixed the duty on third-clas- s wool at 4 ceuts, the com-mittee makes it ity, with a change in delinitions, classifications, etc., which will compensate for tho difference. The committe believes tho country should produce all of tho wool of the consumers. This can bo done by the ad-dition of 100,000,000 sheep to tho pres-ent number. The report says the bill to stop tho frauds which have been practiced in the importation of wools --tind wooTMgodds."lt declares that during tho past fiscal year under-valued invoices showed an importa-tion of woolen manufacturers valued at fifty-tw- o million six ' hundred eighty one thousand dollars, whereas the real market value was nearly ninety millions, equivalent to an im-portation of. one hundred aud sixty million pounds of wool. The present bill,' s it is ; argued, by ' in-creasing the duty ""on iiue wools Will transfer to this country from fifteen to twenty million dollars ih woolen manufacture. The average rate of the woolen goods sche-dule proposed is 01.78 grains the pres-ent rate of 67.15. T,K TAKU'F KILL. ot the Majority and Minority t'ommittees. :iikgtox, April 10lleports of minority of the wavs aud 'ominittee on the tariff bill were 'lto the ,US(. this afternoon, "ajority report begins with a tu' lhe liuancial situation, and " surplus at the end of 'nt fiscal year to bo ninety two Wars, uud deducting the sum 0 uke payments of tho sink-;- we net surplus of receipts MKhtures will be $43,670,000. plated surplus of tho next fis-- ( 'U1)e3.570,t)00, which with lntofeash now on hand and Jli 000,000, will u of revenue in tho sum hy the bill reported, 3V ",1'robably more from tho ''m sy ifl6,328,000 from in-- : en- - or a total of $71.20-1,000- . , ' , n flnher savs that the bill " Wl'l result in a decreased LalHir Afiaira In Itnalon, Bosrov, April 10. It is reported that tho stono mason employers have found a way of avoiding tlio contract labor law. They arrange to bring masons from England tinder a pledge to outer into a contract ou arrival here, It is further slated that the bricklay-ers hero have signed a contract with employers not to strike for throe years, in return for which tho men are to re-ceive an advance of ten cents per hour w ith eight, hours as a day's work, The matter w ill be investigated at tho meet-ing of the amalgamated building trades council tomorrow night. Tho situation Is badly mixed. Tho futuro is un-certain. AMINKMfcNTS, AT TtlK SALT l.AKK TtlKATKH. A slim attendance at this house last evening wituessed a very enjoyable en-tertainment provided by some of Salt Lake's best local talent. Thero were recitations by Ida Zenoma (Iray and musical quartettes, and a duet, both instruments! aud vocal. Of Miss dray's ability as an elocutionist, but little need bo said. The lady Is an old favorite In Salt Lake, and last night she was at her best. Tho gentlemen who, by their instrument and voice contributed toward tho enjoyment of tho evening, were in good form and re-ceived merited commendation. Mrs. I'ugsley carried off tho honors, how-ever, and w s warmly applauded. The holy has a wonderfully pure and sweet Noprauo voice which she manages with considerable skill, and her rendering of Verdi's delightful air from "Trovn-tore- " was an artistic bit of work, sel-dom surpassed by professionals. She was equally etfoctlvo iu the duet from "Travlata," and she received enthusi-astic calls for a repetition of both selec-tions. A NIOIIT K. At iho Salt Lake theater the attrac-tion will be Augustine Daly's company in "A Night Dlf." 7 AI.ONB IS 1.USWIS. This play w ill bo produced at tho (irand opera hotwn next week. The Biton Post sav: "Alone In London," presented at the (irand opera house last evening, Is a sensational drama w hich continues to draw largo audiences, not-withstanding tho many attractions of a higher order now In this city. A very creditable company and excellent scenery aid In a lirst-clas- s representa-tion of this well known piece. It will be presented the rest of the week, with the usual matinees. WILL UK lHSHOLVKD. 1'osslbUity otan Early Adjournment of London, April 10. Special. Tho possibilities of a dissolution of parlia-ment iu the near futuro are admitted now by more, than oue staunch suppor-ter of tho government. The ministers cannot make any progress with their bills in the face of the opposition tac-tics, notwithstanding their frequent use of the closure, (ioscheu is known to favor an immediate dissolution, being firmly of the opinion that his party would be returned to power by an in-creased majority, but Lord Ilartington, the Liberal-Unionis- does not approve of the proposition to appeal to the country just at present, as ho thinks the ministry is not prepared for that until it completes its programme. It is reported that the Liberal-Unionist- s are at last to be recognized on the govern-ment benches and that their represen-tative is to bo Joseph Chamberlain,who is to become home secretary iu place of Matthews, who recently has gone from one blunder to another. THE 8TEAMEK IS HAKK. The (1ty of New York Mot Lout lie-nor! l, Mii.waukkk, April It). Nothing is known at Sheboygan, Manitowoc or Sturgeon Buy of the reported loss of tho steamer "City of New York." When last Seen she was offAhnepeo headed north, The report is discredited at the ports on tho west shore of Lake Michigan, The report that some bodies havo been washed ashore at Manitowoc is unfounded. Cliuuoo. April Kl. Later. The steamer "City of New York" is safe. A telegram announcing the fact was re-ceived from her captain this morning. SHOT A I'OMCEMA.V. A DtMcriiilriit of the tlreat Nniioleon In funnel. r ... Monthkal, April 12 Albert L. Leo-pold Bonaparte, claiming to bo a of the great ('orsieau, arrived here a few days ago. Last night, with-out provocation, ho shot a potleemnn, for which ho was arrested. The police-man will recover. LABOK ELECTORAL ASSOCIATION. A Society of England and Ireland In Session, London, Aprill 10. Special. 'Tho labor electoral association of Great Britain and Ireland, now holding its third annual congress at Haulojy iu Staffordshire, has decided in favor of a largely increased labor representation in parliament, The resolutions set forth that while tho house of commons is not composed of hereditary legisla-tors, liko tho house of lords, yet it con tains more millionaires than the aristo-cratic and exclusive assembly, and that therefore legislation in favor of the masses cannot bo expected from tho house as long as it is constituted as at present. The congress declined to follow in his efforts to abolish the house of lords. They did not refer to the question at all, although it is well well known that a great majority are in accord with Labouchcrc's views. A Strainer llnrned, 1'okt TowNsHNti, Wash., April 10. The steamship Michigan, which arrived hero from Portland, Ogn., last night re-ports seeing a schooner on lire near tlio entrance to Puget Sound. A boat loaded with people was also ob-served leaving the schooner. It is be-lieved that the vessel was from San Juan island and was loaded with lime. It Is supposed that another steamer picked up the crow. Halt I nk Abroad, Judge Powers was met 111 the street this alteruooti wilh a bundle of cham-ber of commerce reports under his arm. "1 am sending these reports out of the territory," said the Judge, "I am lit receipt of an average of twenty let-ters weekly from people nil over the country making Inquiries about Salt Lake. This morning I iceened nix let-ters iiud they wore each front different states. Of course I answer lheo let-ter-and I also send the writers a copy of our chamber's report, Mont of tho people who write mo tiro possessed of means, ranging from .VM) to I'W.OOt), and they want to come here and In-vest." MEAT AXE TALKS. Ho Says All White Men and Half-breed- s Will be Drowned. Denvkk, April 10. Meat Axe, tho big Shoshone medicine chief, has pre-dicted that a big flood will occur in July and wash out the heartless pale faces. He says the visitation is a retri-bution for the unjust conduct of the whites in confining tho Indians on res-ervations. . Runners have boon sent all over the reservation aud to the ("rows, Sho-shon-and Sioux to herald tho calam-ity. A rush to the Wind River moun-tains is expected. Meat Axe says all the whites and half-breed- s will be drowned. CONUKESSIONAL. SKNATK. isiiWN, April 10. Mite lell lice thai ho would address Iho I'ui'silay on his constitutio mil Ml for the election of senal urs r of the people. On motioi of the limiso bill granting the railway right of w ay the Nm Perecs Indian reseril passed with one vernal lPilt. i I Ionian election case was again (as Daniel did not claim tlio, rtintiuiic tlie speech of yestejr- -' iibson addressed the senate iu tho democratic side. ItofSK. , ' inuton, April 10. The d hack adversely a that the committee in the life saving system. larlff bill reported to the house, red to the committee. of tho publican committee on the sil- -' slioii this morning heard the iftlie conference e of the senate ; republican committee with a coming to a basis of agreement, cumnritteo reported it had been that the hill should provide for base of four aud a half million silver every mouth, ites issued in payment thereof deemable in lawful money. At is said, the members of the full lee were inclined to adopt this d voted to do so. Afterwards, r, in discussing the manner of iug the certificates a sentiment cd in favor of making them re-l- e in bullion. 'reposition was advocated by a y of the committee aud the sub-le- e was instructed to again con-- i the senate and 'i' to induce them to agree to for the redemption of certifi-- i accordance with the views of committee. 'H "I the lichl this afternoon for that pur- - ''ihia' of tho senate conversation upon the that no such , agreement would bo recommended' by Ho did not believe there I've senators who favored 'M'ipliou of certificates in 'i'ho senator said it was ex-:- l' first the cost of the silver pur-W'l-bo less than four and a io"of dollars per month, but 'W tho operations of tho bill, ''ill be so enhanced that in a tho cost of ' silver lTOlmbly sm.,)ass that sum. also expected, he ... said, ;lt least other silver than the United States be ;')' to make up the full amount "Hlhly purchase. Another sen- - 'hat it js rapidly becoming ;i tllal an agreement must bo .'.''J' tlio republicans, else the Utm will be made for unlimited m'', aud would pass both VICTIMS OF A FALSK PKOPIIKT. Kilinan City 'Doom Heater" anil How They Watted Death. Kansas City, Mo., April 111. Yester-day was an exciting one among tho followers of Mrs. Woodworlh and Apos-tle Erickson, the leaders of the "Doom Scalers." The prophecies that all tho large cities of tho country would be destroyed by an earthquake found many believers in this city, and they have been preparing for the day for some time, although they have made no very great demonstration of their belief, because they were under the impression that Kansas City would escape the general destruction. But as the day approached when the prophecy was to bo verified they showed signs of uneasiness, and for the past two weeks they have been holding nightly meet-ings at a little church near Tenth and Walnut streets. Night before last they continued the services through the long watches of the night and at daylight yesterday morning they were slill praying for de-liverance from destruction. As Kansas City is ou the highest ground iu the whole " slate, thero was no place for them to lice to, and tho result is that they had to patiently await the w rath to come. Many of them remained at the church all day and only returned to their homes last night when exhaust-ed nature could stand no more. They feel that they have escaped a great calamity, and are anxious to hear from the other doomed cities, which they arc confident are swallowed up by this time. There has been no sacrificing of property here, as has been noted at other cities, but the believers in tho new faith have been earnest in their en-deavor to avert tho trouble which they believed was coming. Tho leader of the movement in this city was a man named Richard Olafsun, who became imbued with the idea while visiting iu Oakland. (';l1'. omc we,,ks ago. His doctrines were taught to a few friends, and gradually spread until now there are in the neighborhood of 100 people who have the same belief. Work Mtnppeil III Chicago. Chicago, April HI, At the close of work last evening a great majority of the brick layers, plasterers, lathers, painters and plumbers were laid olT in-definitely, as there is no more work for them to do. All tho w ork has reached a stopping place, beyond which they can not go without the assistance of the carpenters. Nothing was done today. The bosses did not attempt to start up work. Nominations. Washington, April 10. The presi-dent sent to the senate the following nominations: Register's laud offices William Taylor, Hailey, Idaho, John II. Snuge, iioseburg, Oregon. Receivers' of public money Jay R. Sanborn, Cotter D'Alene, Idaho, Robert McCalley, Walla Walla, Washington. BAPTIST MISSIONAKIKS. A Meeting of the Women's Hoclety In Keokuk, Keokuk, la., April 16 Special. Tho Woman's Baptist Missionary soci-ety of the west met hero today. The reports of the officers were mainly a re-view of the work performed by the so-ciety during the year, The society is out of debt, but the resources for prose-cuting the work are rather limited. An appeal will be issued inviting additions to tho membership of tho society and soliciting contributions for promoting its obieets. Ilni 'i at Ih-- Tark. When John Beehtol bet !00 to H) that Joe Jennings' inure could not make a mile to a buggy Iu 3:50 ho made amis-lake- . She made it In iMrJJ. All. of which occurred at the Drhlng park yesterday. Kendall' Black Bird and Preston's Medinty paced a single dash, the former winning in 2.4.1. Roy Mayne's Brince oiittrotted Sid Hooper's pacer Black Crow iu like lime. Opium Simigiclln. WlNMl'Ktt, April 10. The detectives employed by the Dominion government have been specially engaged for the last three months between the l'aeille, coast anil here, looking into tho opium smuggling business, This Is the main point from which the drug scut over-land from Victoria finds its way into the United Stales. The Sugar Bounty. Washington, April 10. The sugar bounty proposition is not acceptable to the Louisiana producers. They have sent a statement to the ways and means committee protesting against such an arrangement and asking that the pres-ent rates bo not changed. Tim Jury Chung"! the Charge. Charles Silver, a Mexican, who was charged with an attempt t ravmh a daughter of Mrs, Hatley, In a shanty at the rear of the Colorado bouse, on the State road, wa convicted late yesterday afternoon of aaiilt in the district court. Mend I Home Cake, Cambhidok, Mass., April 18. Special. I). H. Coakleyof tho Boston Herald staff and Misn Mary L. Hayes of this city were married yesterday. THE SECOND DAY. An Imposing Street Parade Reception To-night Philadelphia, April 10. Special. The second days' celebration of the twenty-fift- h anniversary of the Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States was, if possible, more enthusias-tic than yesterday. The street parade was an imposing scene. It was reviewed by the chief officers of the legion from the balcony of the Union League club, The exercises will close with a recep-tion tonight at the Academy of Music. What Doe This Mean? Cur of Mexico, (via Galveston), April 16 The Mexican man-of-wa- r Democrata sailed from Mazattan Mon-day under secret orders. She had three hundred soldiers aboard. Declared a Dividend. Boston, April 10. Special. The dividend of a ahare declared in March by t he Bell Telephone company was paid today. Heverrly Injured. A little daughter of Ouorge llrr, while on her way to achool today, was at ruck on the head by a hor aud se-verely Injured, i if. lu Mod, The board of tliifetor of the cham-ber of commerce did wot meet !ut night announced, owinsi to lli fact that ni quorum w a prewot. The meeting wilt ) bchl tonight. The committee, which met yrterl iy afternoon and pi-- on twenty four application, wit! again Ute thi afternoon and coo.iJer the adrolMion of four new application. ' Since February M eighty two new au-- l r have been admitted int lb ; chamber. The rbamlwr' eonfereur- - rouiraiti and th real tai rtchango met at 3 j o'clock tlu af tei nmo to Hcus th ' ; curiioii oiiealion. Miners Fall to Agree. Columbus, O., April 10. At a joint convention of miners and operators this morning, the scale committee reported that they were unable to agree. A new committee was appointed. m Died at Kawaue. Mi.nneaI-oi.is- , April 10 News is re. oeived ot the death at Nassaue, New Providence, of Eugene Wilson, of this i city, Democratic candidate for governor iu "W. Turning the Tahle. Thomas Kgan i being tried In lb federal wdirt this afternoon on the charge of robbing Chaliucey Hansen of !t ,V). Hanienis a hack driver. The robbery occurred February 27. HER fcOI.DEX WEDDING. Mm. Hloomer, the Dremt Reformer, Cele-Ura- te Her Wedding Amilvertary. Oicncil Bm iks, Iowa, April HI. The fiftieth anniversary of tho wedding of P.C and Amelia Bloomer occurred yesterday. The persons who gathered came by'invitatiou from the east and west. Mrs. Bloomer acquired a national repulaliou many years ago by originat-ing the costume that Wars her name. Irish Jfationat League. St. Louis, April 10. Special. --The executive committee of the Irish Na-tional league is in session at the Lin- - dell hotel. The object of the meeting is to designate tho time and place of holding the net national convention. It is thought probable Philadelphia will be selected as the city in which to hold the convention. Mexican Vandalism. Eagle Pass, Texas, April corner stone of the new federal build-ing in Pietlras Negras was last night dislodged, and tho contents consisting of coins, plans and relics stolen by Mexicans. ! It is staled that the resignation of the ! Russian minister of education w as due to the f the czar with his explanation of the students' disor-dcrsinth- e universities. The resignation, however, is not yet accepted. A X Water Coi-o-y. Article of agreement of the Tooele city water company were fihd Ul y with the clerk of the district court. The object of the corporation is to construct and oeral. waterworks ill the city of Tooele. The capital stock of the com-pany i f.5,0W. The Incorporator are Ceorgo V. Richard. Peter A. Proubay and Hugh S Cowans. The Secret Ute Agent's Report. Washctgtow. April lO.-- The secret agent whom Indian Commissioner Mor-gan sent out to Colorado to investigate the Southern Ute Indian situation has made a report to the commissioner. The latter refuses to allow the report to be seen. Anniversary Festival. London, April 18. Speeial.1 At the anniversary festival of the British orphan asylum held today at the Savoy hotel, Cecil Raikes, M. P., presided. There were also present several other influential members of parliament who briefly commended the institution and puloized those who sustain it. ! ,sohr HaU4in Aawtatia A branch of the Columbia Building and Ian a .a'em of IHmrer, Colo r !", has been orxau'ued la S tit Lake, tho charter for which w recelrrd to- - v rday. Th orth-er- are: T. A. lvi. ( ' pre-iden- t. G. H. WUUskm, secretary; ! .M'orri' k 4 Co., treasurer; R. U. Win- - t,rs. attorney; J. M. t Yah be, tire insur- - lance agent. This board f director U Kdwin W. Senior. V. O. Heath, i Samuel Kohn, A. J thittoa and 8, J. . 1 Levy. i. H. William. is local agent. professor Brooks, director of the ' Smith observatory at Geneva S. Y-- , has just been awarded a no dal by the Astronomical society of the Pacific for bis discovery of the comet now in the i eastern heaven, 'i bis medal is the tirot one awarded by the above society. THEY WILL GET IT ASTWAV, Caprlvl Trie to Ereeie Out the fiermaa Reporter. Berlin, April 11. The Tageblatt savs: Chancellor von Capiivl has for-bidden the ministers or other officials to furuish any communication, to new All intelligence which is deemed desirous to be published will appear in the Keichsan.eigp- -, the ofli cial pajH-T- . Administrator Apiwtnted. In the probate court today Jow-p- Baunigartcn wa appointwi adminis-trator of the estate of John Whiting, deceased. Margaret Boyle wa appointed ad miuistratrix of the istate of George Boyle, deceajeL II. B. Stone, vice president of the j Burlington road, has sent in hi resig-nation, to take effect June 1st. Stone leave the road he ha so long and sue-- f oeWnlly managed to assume a fiatter-- ! ing offer from several telephone com-- j panics, and he will asum th presi-Idenc- y "f the Chicago and other Urle-- j phone companies. Eat. Washington, April all the public men of proni-hienc-e in Washington, will be present at the banquet to be given tins evening bv the delegates in honor of the president. The Arlington, whine the feslivities will lake place, has been elaborately decorated for the occasion. A Charity Fair. Nkw Yokk, April f ur for the benefit of St. Joseph's home was opened today in the building re-cently occupied as an armory by the Twentv-secon- d Regiment. The fair is under "the management of leading Cath- - olic ladies. I Hnttlwla. ! Tli clearing of the ajMxiavd hank : toitjv were t.'l,'', with lalaaca jofM,9W. Seventeen Olrls Killed. Rom b, April Hi. At Bergamo the roof of a weaving mill, in which 300 girls were at work, fell in, and seven- - cu were killed.