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COLOMBIANS HEPm RECORD... .-- THE Declare They Will Not Submit to Isthmian Independence. A Panama special says direct communication has been with Bogota, Cape of Colombia. The following dispatch ha3 been sent from that city under date of November 10: "Acting President Jorge Holguiri said today that Colombia never will recognize the independence of Panama. 'My government will exhaust Its last drop of blood and its last cent in putting down the rebellion.' he said. I wish to make the announcement to the world that we will not submit to A HOOK, FmMi KEPHL - tjtah - - UTAH. STATE NEWS. It la said that Governor Sparks of Nevada will erect a mammoth hotel in Ogdcn. Tho Huntsvllle city council has fixed the saloon license In that city at C00 per year. The professional musicians of have organized a branch of the American Federation of Musicians. A reward has been offered for the arrest and conviction of the party who murdered Roy Mills in Ogden, Oct. 18. Albert Mortensen of rorterville Is suffering from a severe case of blood 'poisoning, caused by a cut by barbed wire. In Ogden last week Bert Trunkhill was convicting of stealing a keg ol beer and sentenced to one year In the penitentiary. An effort Is being made to revive the brass band at Moab, the movement being encouraged by several members of Og-de- classmate, whom they accused of be- PANAMA IS A NATION ing a They scratched blood face until her the REran, pulled her ENVOY EXTRAORDINARY BY RESUMPTION OF WORK IN kicked tore to bat hair her out, WASHINGTON. CEIVED pieces, AT MONTANA MINES her books Into the gutter and then to tear off her clothing. Miss tried Thousands of Homes Will be Bene-- . Bengert finally broke away and ran, The Reception of the Minister Mark the Birth of the New Republic of fitted, as Nearly 21,000 Idle Men pursued by nearly 200 girls, and only Panama Into the Family of Will Return to Work. escaped by being locked In a grocery Nations. store by the clerks, t The action of Governor J. K. Toole . President Roosevelt on Friday .for "OFF FOR A HONEYMOON. In calling a special session' of the Monmally received M. Philippe Buneau-Varllltana legislature has resulted in the reGirl Laconic Sent by Eloping Message the duly accredited enyoy exsumption of work in all the properties to Her Parents. and minister plenipotenof the Amalgamated Copper company In Chicago and New York anxious traordinary In the, state. In Butte C.500 men went relatives are still seeking some trace tiary of Panama to the United States. back to work Wednesday, in Anaconda of Mabel Hunter, the heiress who The reception of the minister marked; of Pan2,000 men are again emp'oyed in the eloped while returning from Chicago the birth of the new republic Washoe smelter, and at Great Falls to her Eastern home. .The hunt for ama into the family Qt nations, and , paves the way for negotiations , be-the Boston & Montana smelter has States' ' and the tween the United started up again with' a full force of republic precisely as they may 2,000 men. be conducted between any two' soverGeneral Manager John Gillie of the eign nations. , ' Amalgamated company states that the J resumption of work in every part of Will Maintain Peace on Isthmus. , the state where his company has propAt Friday's cabinet meeting practierties will be full and complete. cally the only' subject under considThe Butte Miners' union ha3 passed eration was the Panama situation,. resolutions thanking Governor Toole The whole Panama situation wasdis for his action. The working people of cussed briefly, particular attention beButte and the state are Jubilant and to prospective developdevoted ing the depression that has been felt in ments in congress. Both the presibusiness circles for the past twenty of the cabinet have and members dent days is much relieved. with the hous matter the taken up The other properties of the Amala view to reconciliawith and senate, gamated in Idaho and Wyoming will that differences of may exist tion any also be started up at once. Directly acharmonious of to the and securing and Indirectly nearly 21,000 men will cathe Isthmian if on' tion, possible, return to work. authorbe can stated It nal question. Is made far more difficult by the girl WILL ATTEND CHUM'S WEDDING. as it now' the fact that none or her family or itatlvely that the situation satisfacis itself reasonbly presents Alice Roosevelt to Be Bridesmaid of friends knows with whom she eloped. on this point is tory to the president and his advisers. All Information the Miss Lelia McCauley. womThe reported action of the Nashville Alice Roosevelt will be one of the contained in a letter theC.young In E. sent her an cousin, in Ilegler, turning back to Colon a detachment bridesmaids at the marriage at Wash- - New York. Thl3 stated; ?! of Panama troops bound for Tort "Have married Charlits. Hope you Is said at the navy won't be angry. You surely didn't to be an Indication of. the department position of think I came all the way from Chica- the United States government which, did go to see 'Little Old New York,' is ar.lmated. It is stated, by ' the single you? Please break the news to Aunt purpose of preventing any one, Sarah. Charlie and I are off for a whether from Colomhia or Panama, Don't worry." honeymoon. distuibing the peace on the Isthmus. Some of her friends think ."Charlie'' NEW REPUBLIC OF PANAMA. Is a Northwestern university student whom Miss Hunter knew when a child. She had Just been graduated Some Facts and Figures About That from school In Chicago when she disCountry. appeared. The commerce of Panama amounts to about $3,000,000 per annum, its Will Oppoee Repeal of Land Laws. ' population Is about 300,000 and Its Representative Laccy, chairman of area is 31,571 square miles, or nearly the house public land committee, deto that of the state of Indiana. clares that he will oppose any efforts equal The principal ports are Panama, on which may be made to repeal public Pacific coast, and Colon, on the tho land laws. The present laws, he said, and these ports are visAtlantic side, are adequate to preserve tbe public doited annually by more than 1,000 vesmain, and he has no sympathy with sels, which land over 1,000,000 tons the sudden clamor which has arisen In of merchandise and nearly 100,000 Ington, Nov. 25 next, of Mls Leila some quarters for repeal and modifchiefly for transfer over passengers, to Walcott Tuckerman. McCauley ication of the land laws. He will opPanama the Miss Roosevelt and Miss McCauley railway, forty-sevethe measure Introduced by Senain liave been chums since they were at pose miles connecting the Palength, timber is a tor Hansbrough to repeal the school together. The bride-to-bAtlanstone act and amend the desert cific port of Panama with the daughter of Col. Edward McCauley of, and Colon. of tic port the census office. She is related to land act if it reaches the house. Colon, or Aspinwall, as it is someprominent families In Virginia and times called, has a population of of Canadans Talk Independence. Maryland. 3,000 about persons. The city of PanAt the annual meeting of the CanaJIMINEZ A WINNER. a of about 25,000. ama has population dian club at Toronto, Canada, Wednes1519 in was in founded , burned It d Revolutionist Leader Proclaimed Pres- day right. W. A. P. Tarker, the newly-electe- 1C71 and in 1G73, while Colon rebuilt president, declared that the ident of San Domingan Republic of is of much more recent date, having A dispatch received at Capo llaytien country was living on the threshold been founded in 1S55. from Monte Cristo says It is reported big events. Many of those present, he The population, which, as already that San Domingo has capitulated to declared, would see tbe great step Indicated, amounts in number to the revolutionists and that General taken that would lead perhaps to sep- about 200,000, Is composed of various Jlmincz has been proclaimed president aration and Independence, Tbe presi- elements Spanish, Indian, negro and dent's remarks were wldly cheered a limited number of persons from tbe of the republic. end tbe United The Insurgents attacked the city Mr. Parker Is a well known barrister European countries theme States, engaged in especially men are members and many prominent from three side, and the city was corr merce and transportation and the helled, although no great damage was of the club. operation of the Panama railway. A done. conquerable number of the populafloatever The largest cargo of flour tion Is composed of persons brought Girls Act Like Demons. ed was cleared from Portland last to the Isthmus as laborers for the con0 struction of the canal and of their deIn a wild frenzy of revenge, seventy week. The .vessel had on board scendants. to barrela of flour. In additon antmbcrs of the graduating class of tb Panama Is connected with San "Western High school In Baltimore which she carried 17,802 bushels of Francisco by a weekly steamer trhed-til- e feave set upon Miss Lilly Bengert, thtir wheaL operated by the Pacific Mail Ste tnfiiip company, and with lo by a weekly steamer schedule operated by the Pacific Steam Navigation company and South American Stemrhip company. Two paKsenger and two freight trains leave Panama daily for Colon and Colon daily for Panama. Tho timo for passenger trtins over the miles of MINERS MADE HAPPY HUNTING TROUBLE. , ( a, iBthmian ,' . independence." of state a in continues siege, Bogota , but the United States legation is well protected. It is asserted in Bogota that the isthmian movement is not unanimous. in-fa- nt Panama Laughs at Colombia. According to latest advices from Panama President Marroquln's statement as conveyed in a cablegram to Beneral Plaza, president of Ecuador, a that Generals Reyes, Caballeros, now are and Ilolguin marching on the Isthmus to "suppress the Isthmian traitors," has set the entire population of the Isthmus laughing. Protected by the impenetrability of the old band. the land and the many leagues of The Lehl creamery was destroyed coast line separating the Isthmus tho by fire on the 10th, entailing a loss of from Colombia and confident that the intends to prevent about $4,500, the fire being the work of United States' landing of Colombian soldiers from an Incendiary. the sea, the Isthmians feel that their Among the appropriations made at security is absolute. the Methodist convention held In Oma TRYING TO PROVOKE WAR. lia was an item giving to the Utah mission 12,400. Bulgaria and Strvla Attempt to Force Governor Wells has Issued a procTurkey Into Conflict. lamation designating Thursday, NoPrevious reports of a conspiracy of vember 2G, as a day of public thanks-givin- Bulgarian and Servian officers to proand prayer. voke war with Turkey have been offic50 cents per ially confirmed. According to those An Increased price of ton has been put on the product of all reports, Turkey was to be attacked1 by the coal mines which are operated In the combined armies of the two countries. A search of officers' quarters at the states of Utah and Wyoming. The sugar beet crop at Pleasant Philippopclls, Tirnova and ether places Grove this year has been unusually in Bulgaria, it was said, revealed comfavorable, some of the farmers rais- promising letters and revolutionary ing as high as eighteen tons per acre. documents directed against Prince t Ferdinand. This latter part of the ru, Jlay Booth, a Salt Lake football mor, however, proves to be untrue. It player, Is In tho hospital with his Is said that a number of young officers lower limbs paralyzed as the result of of Macedonian nationality planned to injuries sustained In a football game. create a casus belli by forcing a conflict on, tho frontier. The minister of Mrs. Mary Ann Dixon Wtgbtman war removal of 140 ha,s ordered the " ' died at Payson last week in her SOth officers. year, leaving nine children, all over 40 years old, and 100 other descendKIDNAPED HER OWN CHILD. ; , . Os-pln- v Ca-bel- g ants. Unnatural Mother Then Leaves Infant Tom Coffin of Huntsvllle, who was to Its- Fate. 0' stabbed by Chris Peterson, will probIn the district court at Cheyenne, ably recover. Peterson, who was badWilliam Biggs and Mrs. J. M. ly beaten by Coffin Is on the road to Mrs. Trout were held for trial to the next recovery, term of court in $300 for the crime M. C. Hanks, a young roan of of kidnaping. The case is an extraCharleston, will lose both hands and ordinary one. Mrs. Biggs separated bis eyesight as the result of an ex- fmm her husband last spring and . . r plosion of giant caps while working at fearing he would secure the posses a mine at ML Nebo. slon of their infant child, obtained the State Auditor C. S. Tingey has been assistance of her mother, Mrs. Trout, authorized by the board of loan com who took the baby to Denver and missioners to pay off the $100,000 bor- abandoned it in the Union depot in rowed by the state last summer when that city. When found the child was almost dead and bore on its breast a the funds in the treasury were low. giving Its name and age. By There Is a scarcity of school teach- placard this means the authorities discovered ers In Utah this fall, at the present It unnatural mother and she and her time there being several vacancies in mother, Mrs. Trout, were arrested for gchools In different parts of the state kidnaping. at salaries ranging from $40 to $50. No Rupture With Slam. near came of Ogden Harry Craig A dispatch from Paris says there is losing his life in tbe Craig canning no confirmation of a diplomatic rupfactory last week, his hand getting ture between France and Slam. The caught in a belt. Ho was fortunate Dally Mail's Rangoon correspondent nough to escape with a broken wrist. ays it is rumored at Bangkok that the Senator Kearns has selected J. C. projected French secret treaty with Littleflcld of Ogdcn for hia appointee Slam demands the handing over of as naval cadet. Litllefield is now a CLantabun and much territory also. second aprpentico on tho Brooklyn, It is reported that a Mlngoon prince has and has been ordered to the Santee, established his headquarters In the neutral zone. stationed at Annapolis. Germany Will Recognize Panama Tbe beet sugar Industry has made rftrid rrowth In Utah in tho taut year. Germany's consular representatives ! an at Panama hare opened busings The output is Cft.ooo.ftoo pounds, over lat Feapcm of DO per tions with the new government, which ane cenL The beet acnace Is probably 33 action Germany subfequently officers consular ncason. German tlonei. The to 40 per cent over last ' on the Isthir.ii have reported to the In tb windstorm wor.t memory The caMnet of Pan- of the oldt rtMnt of Salt Lake foreign ofTlce thatf.ftbe mm f.rthy of re- ttn Ij Tisited the capital nty Thursday , in circle U fi when the Panama gov- fcfcht ef last week, uprooting many ln Trr-ttht trees and causing much tlamage to era men t trails f trial r otif.t atlo-- i eif the organization of the nc repu ik, telegraph and leJpphor.e wires. Germany will five tbi uual recogniMrs. Flora L. Clement, mi low e.f the tion without (IH.iy. a prominent ' late Victor M Clew-ntIndians Are Set Free. th Unimlnin? rum, has The r.ine K'fr Inflina who were versity t f Utah n ith her huanis col- arreted for i art if ir a'icn in the fif;ht lection of Knropein to'k fVcimens. MS'.U-and Iputy m-Tiros in which ShniiT numb&flre totnc T.f (' rf Cotivrrs" en;nty wer" the co'kction being a very valuaMe killed, were pit en a prelirifr.an-in- henr-ar.'- l one. I:iie!-T- . Wyf. h'aturdr of Am- wreat Tb" tf?tiTo-',Ada no'!t;difikc, ncl " and P'aek Pbowed that i:,i; l.i"iT erican Fork, while playin? "crack I TO I" '. fir"! the Rfccjt ho was K"tt1e, school Rlrls, wi'h ofh'T " Due which killed th .r f thrown violently to the ground, alight-lo- de-- ared that .! iU I War on t"r p hou Her, disrating hct shot at tbp wl .;- n-but r.one of the uff arm. others could fy fr,?t any of the pristhoui'ier bia3j aiiJ oners took part in the fight. I e n e 85,-27- Val-pa- forty-Hcve- rj. a coii-pu-.ie- d cnbJe. lii, a fro;, Colon to tho Want Panama to Come Catk. lil 'Mh end Many F.og-aro cabling regarding the. cs-r!oof lb? Isthmus Fays a di?patch froTi Panama, T.vcrjthins ii promised the l'tbrniana l ind k e th' jn to Fa" r"i ' i tj th? pi'ernal more than Panama, everco'infry. rlre,imed of Is r,ow freely offered if tbe new re--T lie mil Rive up the movement. I"f n "eternal beavenly bnr; ir.e?s' s tr.e promie in one r1iiatch from a h'gh authority at Bogota. rom-erva-tUe- n Fnlkr-nl.-irs- r the-trhip- ! g c n. ; - Cet.L r - Tl,c noiiml time;x with tho Unite! Hiatus nnd rfrfir.s an answer Is pftei ly tho conil to be Usually fibo'it four hc.'H. There Pro Blo r bre-akir-g to tbe si;jfh. Unifcd States and Tho money rt Ai eo'mfry is fiiver. tb" rate of exchange liavinr: averaged during the pa;t year about IZQ per i f-- rtiway is three? hours. From Panama there is oni cable lir? rth to American lorts and tstio In comr.iunlc-.ti- r i prcf-riV- rs HIGH FINANCE. fo-npo-- i lo " - rela-lncreas- "tale-bearer.- " How the Witches ef Finance FIxsdf Crew fer the Trusting Public. Philadelphia Inqnlrei .