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. A advertise in I - . - - 'ry w- the s . ASSOCIATED FULL - . w W . PRESS REACHES the as well the county OUR SUBSCRIP- CITY. A3 TION BOOKS ARE OPEN TO VERTISERS VOL HI w a. ' v. m r ', " r.r AD- NO. OGDEN CITY, UTAH. THURSDAY OCTOBER MORNING. THE FEDERATION CASE BEFORE SIPREKE COURT The Case of Meyer, Ha? wood and Is Argued Before the Supreme Court. - - '' w : t i - '!' j-- we V : J - , r- ! s UTAH WEATHER FORECAST mm the price it charges, it is THE . - , jSA DISPATCHES advertising medium the bestCITY THE EXAMINER IN . - EXAMINER FOR - 1 1. INDICATIONS ARE THAT THE WEATHER ON WILL BE FAIR THURSDAY AND FRI- DAY. PRICE iqo6 FIVE CENTS SOUTH EUCLID SCHOOL e THE SCENE OE A CRUEL Washington. Oct. 10. T!.- supreme t court f f the United Sium-- heard toiay In the case of r. 11. Muy-eW. D. Haywood a;vl George A. Prtilbonr, officer and tunnhci s of the Western Federation of Miners, who are In prlsou In Canyon county, Ida., under a charge of mux'.eriitg former Governor Steunenberg if fiat state. The case comes to this court on appeal from the decision of the Idaho federal rouit refusing to giaut writ of habeas corpus. - aigu-men- r. Taft, Bacon and Funstori Will Return to Washington Leaving Magoon as Provisional Governor and Bell in Charge of the Military Forces in Cuba. Havana, Oct. 10. Gen. Frederick Funxton la not now in command of the American force, in Culm. Gov. Taft announced tonight that he and lieu. Kunston will leave Havana for the Vnlted tSatea on Saturday on the battleship Louisiana. With them will go Assiatant Secretary of Btate Bacon, and the affairs of Culia will be left in the lianda of Gov. Magoon and lien. J. Franklin Bell. Iu explaining the change of plana, Gov. Tuft said: "Gen. Funaton a as summoned on a hurry call from the Pacific roust ha was well acquainted with many of the insnrgent chiefs here and It was thought he could aid us, us he did greaily. In bringing the men in arms to an agreement. Gen. Funaton was put temporarily in command of the troopa of Cuba merely as convenience until Gen. Bell should arrive. Gen. Fuuston, Mr. Bacon and myself, with Mrs. Taft and Mrs. Baron and our nt.-ik- be-rat- are returning to our manent. duties. Suit with the members of J. M. ft Co., but has nut reached this city. Counsel fur the assignee said today that Sllverla has left on his own steamer, tbe Carmellna, for parts unknown, accompanied by his wife and children, and that every effort waa being made to locate him. The members of the firm of J. N. Cehallos ft Co. are J. M. Getollo. John 8. Flake and Auderaon C. Wilson. The assignee Is William V. Rowe of ilie law firm of Sullivan ft Cromwell of thla city. Mr. Rowe said today that the assets of the firm were of a very substantial character, but from a hasty examination it was manifest that they would require careful huabandlug. Accountants are now ai work ou the books of the company. It was atated unofficially that there ws ground lo hope that the assets would lie sufficient to cover the losses of the firm, and that it would be enabled to resume business. J. M. Cehallos ft Co. was established about fifty years ago, and has large Interests lu Cuba, chiefly lu the devel- a scorching single to left. Tinker laid down a perfect hunt and beat It to first, Steluffldt reaching second. Evers relied an easv one down tu Isa bell, who in his haste to double plsy tossed the ball imo left field. Stelnfeldt scored. Tinker took third and Evers perched securely on second. White deliberately allnwed Kllng to walk, hut Reullaich sacrificed Tinker home, and Evers scored a moment later on Hoffmans safe drive. Kllng, however, was nut at the plate. The half closed with throe runs over thd plate, and the enthusiasm of the National supporters broke louse with a vigor which took no thought of sore throats. The next run for the came when Chance was safe on a fielders' choice. He stole second anil went to third when Isbell failed to hold Sullivan's bad throw. He scored when Stelnfeldt rapped out his second clean single. The Americans' lone run came In the fifth, when Dougherty was safe on fielders' choice. He look second on a wild pitch and scored when Tanne-hill'- s grounder went past Tinker, who waa confused by the base runner. The White Stocking!) never even threatened again except when Junes reached second on his own hit and reached third on an out. Donohue, however, flew out to left and Jones was caught yards from the plate by Sbeckard's perfect throw. In the sixth two singles, a double steal by Tinker, and Evers and Sullivan's wild throw to third, the ball rolling Into the crowd. let Tinker across the plate. In the eighth two inure tallies resulted from Chance's single, Stelnfeldt' sacrifice. Chance's per- Gov. Taft's especisl confidence .In the chief of ihe general stuff's ability tu carry out the program tho governor has Initiated has resulted lu the derision to continue him In the Many Cubans of the faction to whirh Mendei Capote and others who organised the Moderate party belong, were ouisnoken against (leu. Funs tou, alleging that he had desterted them in the war to throw off the yoke of Bjwin. Gov. Taft did not take cognizance of this bitterness, as he was familiar with the clrcumstanceo under whirh Gen. Funaton, at that time, relumed to Ihe Vnlted Btatei. Funaton wa taken ill and lie had consent to return if Gen. Garcia and uthbr leaders, who - u 07 e - Old-Tim- PLAYED BITTER IN 10. President Oct. Washington. Roosevelt today .received more than 1,200 persons in the east room of the White house. They included delegates COLD WEATHER e telegto the conventions of War the Nationals Win Decided Victory In raphers. Veterans and the National Wholesale the 8econd Game Score Druggists' association, all of whom 7 to 1. are holding their annual gatherings here. The President gave all of his callers cordial shake of tlie hand. As the Oct. 10. In the second Presttime of world's championship line of veterans passed by the e of his 'frh-a number recognised dent National today the Chicago team took decisive revenge for rades in arms, notably several beta of the First volunteer cavalry, of defeat, when they the White Stockings on the which Mr. Roosevelt was colonel, and S'iH's grounds. 7 to 1. several members of the Illinois regi''like, uni Owen, who replaced ments. To them his greeting was parwhile n the fourth Inning, were bai-"- I ticularly $ordial. and the American league also helped to Increase ,rorR 'be Nationals score. Reuibach, on NEW YORK FIBS 'hr r..ntrary, whs In tine form, and al-- , HAKES ASSIGNMENT "I 'ho opposing batsmen only two old-tim- Spftnish-Ameriea- n Oiii-agf)- . com-ei-i- 'ii I i iliK Th" y 1 J iy i com-nuu- Cleveland. Oct. 10. In Ihe e heal El Dare, Mystic Max heat Undl-- 1 or sixty pupils In the South Euclid Tided House, beat Bonnie Bushman school, Harry 8mlth. 25 year old, tliui May Berkley. Hay Allen beat lonly to death .Miss Mary FheparJ. a teach- Whitehead, Morning gun best gun- er. for- - .shine. Nan Pauerwon beat years old. this aftern-Hiufount ry tiered behind the ham in ilie rear of Girl. First gectlou heal louly Bandit. 111 home in Warrentvillv. two hours Fighting Fire beat Master Red later. Sniitb shot himwelf through the Patch, Garry Owen heal Duster head, dying in;sntly. Hrowa, Happy 8L Glair beat Bright Four Cleveland with Glair, Hel St. Glair ran a bye. policemen, Third round Hand It King best drawn revolver and under cover uf eight armed fanners, were almm to Young Edward. Bonnie 8t. Glair beat ruHii on young 8111I1I1 when he ended Black Joe. Game Rpoit best Cupid's right-thinkin- g opment of railroads and sugar plantations. It operates a line or steamers between New York and Siwnlsh ports and has connection In Spain, European centers and cities. The following statement was given out by Sullivan ft Cromwell announcing the assignment: Messrs. J, M. Ceballos ft Co., bankers, of New York and Havana, have today made a general assignment for the benefit of their creditors to William V. Rowe of the law firm of Sullivan ft Cromwell, with William Nelson Cromwell as counsel to the assignee. The suspension 1 slated by the firm to be due lo the. defalcation of Manuel Sllverla of Sllverla ft Co., bankurs and merchants, of Havana, who for aevoral years have represented the IrasInesAof Celiallos ft Cot Hfs deficiency amounts to nearly one million dollars In money and other property. 811reria departed from Havana on Tuesday, the 2d intanl. in one or hi own steamers' named the Carmellna, with New York.sa.hii ostensible destination. In loral publications bo announced his intention of going to New York for a vacation of several niomha and In letters and cables to Mr, Ceballos he declared hie urne of coming to New York to personally present his accounts to the firm and and deliver the balaacea in hand. He waa expected In due course to reach New York op Monday of this week, but failed to appear, and It has jusL developed by cable from Havana that Instead of departing for New York he had left on Ills own ship for parts unknown, accompanied by hie wife and children. Every effurt is being made to locate the absconder. Sllverla ft Co. were one of the largest and best known firm in Havana; were the largest Importer of cattle in Cuba and were reputed cepe dally to have made a largqe fortune Immediately after the war. Mr. Rowe, the asignee. Immediately took charge uf tho. business. Juan M. Ceballos, the senior member of the firm. Is connected as president, vice president or director with the following companies: Csrdinas City Waterworks company. Commercial Investment company of Porto Rico, Curtin A Golden Co., Development company of Cubs. Horn Silver Mining company, India Wharf Brewing company, International . Banking corporaOil tion. Iron Steamboat company. Fields of Mexico company, Porto Rloo Telephone eompany, New York and Porto Rico tSoainship company. Ito-s-a ro Sugar company, St. Nicholas Rkat-in- g and Ice company, Sllvelra Sugar company, Tacrm Realty company, 1. S. and Porto Rico Navigation company and Universal Motor Car company. John 8. Flske, partner in the firm of J. M. Ceballos ft Co., is connected wth the following companies. Cardenas City Waterworks, Commercial Investment company of Porto Rico. Development company of Cuba, Flake Fruit company of Cuba. John D. Gor-dacompany, Jucaro Realty company, Manchester Cltrua grove, New York and Porto Rico Steamship company, Newfoundland syndicate. Porto Rico Telephone company, Seville Parking company of New York, Sllvelra Sugar company, U.. S. and Porto Rico Navigation company. Universal Motor Car company, Varons Land and Investment company, Courtln ft Golden Co. Anderron C. Wilson, partner of the firm of J. M. Caballoa ft Co., ia a Rearmed n the following companies: In dia Wharf Brewing eompany, Monumental Trading company, Seville Packing company. . n . SHOILD ORGANIZE FOR SELF-PROTECTI- Oswald Viflatd in a Speech at New York Advisee Negroes of Georgia to Protect Themaelvea. New York, Oct. 10. ''Such men as Hoke 8mhh. John Temple Graves, Vardanian and Tillman ought wpt to txi able lo obtain any suhvlre. from a colatd Oswald G. VI Hard In ored man. an audience before the council, now in session here. Mr. also declared that In bin opinion the negro should not thing of cont.'lb-utln- g as much as one cent to the supnewspapers in port uf the Georgia. He urged Ihe negro to orn VU-lsr- d anti-negr- ganise, to baud together for his defense and to fight for his rights. The time I ripe for aervlng notice on tho country, said ho, that further efforts.Ju any section of the land to degrade the negro to a servile position, to create that impossible thing a republic with millions of iiersoni taxed but not represented shall be fought from now on. Leave the murderer in cold blood to the rare that proudly calls Itself Ihe superior, the better civilised.1' Omaha. Oct. 10. General Manager Mohler of the Union Pacific today an-- I nounced that the machinery had been pre-tne- . hi ilfe. in love is said tu Disappointment haw been Ihi motive fur the udd blooded murder. Bmiih, who was a fourth cutiain of Mis Bhepard. had wooed her far some time and derently was i ejected. He brooded over the unhappy eliding of his courtship, and Mil afternoon, first quitting hi position, Lought a revolver and went la tho South Eurlld chooU Miss 8hcp-rresponded tu his knock at the door. He walked In, and fur a few nium-'iii- s talked to her In the hall. Suddenly he whipiied out hie revolver, shaved ii against her head and fired twice in rapid enrression, both builei Panic crashing through her brain. spread among the pupils, who rushed out of the building screaming. Borne ol thi girls fainted. Smith leisurely walked out and boarded a car for VVarTcnsville. The new of the crime went like wildfire, aud in less than half an hmir an armed IMisse formed and was lu foil pursuit.. The Identity uf Ihe murderer was quickly established. Chief of Police Kohler wss nutifled, and he dispatched four policemen to Bmitha home In Warrensville, a short dtlauce from the srlaail. Ou the siiliiirabn car Built Ii confessed to the conductor that he had killed Mis Hhepard. and remarked that 'they will huve to LIU me tu get me," Reaching home hilt a few minute before the arritsl of ihe poso and police, Smith told hi father of tho prime. When his pursuers came in sight the young man iHteanic highly nervous and ran from tho house tu Ihe rear of the bsrn. Hi father remained In the house. A loaded double, barreled abut gun was leaning ugalnl oue aide of the houae, but was paused by Smith, who evidently had determined mu to put up a fight, but to end hi life aa soon aa he was aorrounried. When the posse got within a few feel qf him calling for him to surrender, a the four officers were reerhiug to effect his rapture, he placed the revolver against his brad and killed i himself. NEGROES COMPLAIN. Make Axe Formal Complaint That They Denied Lawful Privilege. 10. Represents Washington, Oct. tlve negroes of Ihe south, on liehalf of their race, huve complained to the Interstate commerce eommlHslon of tbe use by railroad of the anitlh of Jim Crow" can for interstate passengers, end have requested the com mission to Investigate the subject and on the development to Issue an order compelling the railroad not to discilm Inate against negroes on account uf their color. The petition filed with the Inter state commerce commission la signed by Thomas Oliver and W. P. Johnson of Mississippi and about a dozen other negroes. It says in part: Under present conditions colored Interstate passenger are denied equal privileges with while Interstate Colored interstate passengers are compelled by the railways of tne south to ride on what are commonly known as Jim Crow' cars, which are usually filthy and uncomfortable, and are denied tjie right to eat In railway In dlr.lng cirs and oertipy bertha of their color; Bleeping cars 11 of whirh Is a vhdntlon of the Hep-burailroad rate regulation law, patted at the recent session of congress." s TO BOYCOTT. THREATEN d South American Manufacturers Threaten to Boycott Rooeevelt Men. to.. Ocl. 10. Printed circulars threatening that Houth American countries will Inycott the good of American manufacturer who vote for Koosevtlt principles in the next presidential election have been reg ceived by several New Orleans firms. The circular which It is claimed to have lnn drafted in Caracas, Venezuela, on September 12. reads ln pari: American manufacturers who vote the Roosevelt . bailor in the next pwv Identia election will bo excluded from 8outh American trade. President. Roosevelt has said In some recent speech? that the countries are bound lo disappear for two reasons: First, because they are Latin; and, second, because they are small." The circular then say that the Democratic party is disposed to fraternize with us and treat ue on an equal basis." It ays that bnyrutt station Pave already been established, but does noL explain what is meant by boycott sta-- j tlona. Tbo organization is clainiel to be on a milltarr basis, entirely independent of Booth American government!. better organized than tbe Chinese boycott. The circulars were mailed from Fan Jure, Cotta Rica. NewrOrleans. minu-facturln- Latln-America- n OF SYMPATHY. British Deputation to Visit Rueaia and Convey an Address of Sympathy te Mourmetaeff. London, Oct. 10. The approaching visit of a BrtiUh deputation to SL Petersburg for the purpose of presenting an address of sympathy to Irof. Sorege Mourmetaeff of Musenw. who wan president of the lower house of the late parliament, I arousing a storm of indignity and protet, Iwth here and In 8t. Petersburg, and strung influences are being broils ht to bear tn induce the deputation to abandon Its visit on the grounds that the presentation uf a memorial of sympathy with the late parliament would be an unwarranted act of Interference, calculated to Irai) to violence. The deputation Include half a dozen meraliera of the house of commons and social reformers, and I' plans to take an addles signed by 3X) persons. Including members of the bruise of lord and bonv of common, nnrncmi representatives of the clergy and person piuiu-- ' n! n literature. Although the British government does not give the a..nuufni countenance tn the movement, jet official St. Petersburg re- calls Premier Bsnnerman' tribute to Ihe the 4ato parliament and present movement as representing British official and public opinion. Tbe here represent the reports Russian government as annoyed and slifer the threatening of the Russian elements friendly to the old regime. Who are preparing hostile demonstration. Many uf the influential signers of the address are basilly withdraw ing their names and urging the of the protmeed visit, while one uemlier of the deputation. Donald Mackenzie Snoeaion. has declined lo go and is advising postponement. arTlie committee In charge of the rangements for the ri1t met and derided to abandon the visit to Moscow and to await lurihei advices Trotu the friendship committee in which will be received St. rcter-lmrtomorrow and then considered. puts anywhere inside the J corra-spondeu- ta lea-yea- 13.7 bushela. Thla and oilier preliminary estimates of yields made today STANDARD OIL CASE are subject tn such revision and corbo found proper respondence may when the. final estimates of the bureau For the Much Argument Ceueed by the Obmade nexL are December. state of Washington Ihe Octolier 1 jection Made te th Character of Evidence. spring wheat average yield per acre wss 1.G; final, 205, 22.6; final, 104, IS.. The average quality of spring wheat 6.5, as competed with 89.0 in 1905, I and 75.7 in HHi4. The preliminary return indicate sn oat. crop of about 63152, ouo bushels, or an average of 31.2 bnalicla per acre a compared with 84.0 bushels as finally estimated In 105; 32.1 bushels In and a average of ten-yea- 29.6 bushel Tbe preliminary estimate of yield per were of barley Is 28.3 bushels, agsinvt 20.2 bushel as finally estimated In 1905 ; 27.2 huahela in 19u4, and ten-yeaverage of 25.1 bushels. The average for quality is 89.1. against 86.2 last year and 88.7 in 1904 The preliminary estimate of yield per acre of rye is 27.0 bushels, against 26.5 bushels as finally esilniat; ed ln 1905; 25.2 bushel in 1904 and a in ten-- , 'ear average of 25.4 busheis a 2904. The average condition of buckwheat, on October 1 waa 84.9 as compared with 1.2 one month ago, 91.6 on OrUi-bu- r 1. 105; 88.7 at the corresponding r date in 1904 and a average of 83.0. The average condition of tobacco on October 1 waa 84.6. as compared with 86.2 one month ago; 85.8 on October 1. 1905; 85.6 on October 1. 1904, average of 80.3. and a five-yeThe average condition of potatoes on October 1 was 82.2, as compared with 85JI one mnnth ago, 74.2 on Octo. on Octolier 1, 1904. ber I, 1905: average of 74.7. and a ton-yeThe following table shows the condition of com on October f. 1906, and r Octolier 1, 19115, with the ten-yea- ten-yea- Kansas Inl. Territory Oklahoma ... . GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP. A Day of Blasted Hopes for Throe Golf Champions. West Newton. Mas., Oct W. It was a day of blasted hopes for three women golf champions in tbo national event at Braehurn club today. Miss Pauline Msrksv. the present Miss Georgisnns Bishop, I lie tournament.. and winner of the Miss Frances C. Ossund. the eastern champion, were all dropped In the second round of match play today, and ( by players who are generally regarded COURSING AT FRIEND. as the best In the game. Ono former champion. Miss Frances Gvlscom of Fine Weather Added Interest to the Philadelphia, withstood the ordeal aud will meet Miss Mary H. Adams of BosFuppy 8take. ton tomorrow In whst In thought to bo Friend. Neb.. Oct. in. Better weath- one of th best matches of the week. The other survivors are Mrs. B. H. er and speedlrr Jack rabbits brought increased Interest in ihe coursing Barlow of Philadelphia. Mrs. B. Y. meet here today. The second and Batchelder of the Country club. Bosthird rounds of the puppy tkc were ton. and the victor over Miss Bishop. Miss Harriet Curtis. Boston, who put Summaries: completed. Second round Bandit King best Mr. out Mis Osgood: Mr. W. Fellows AJex. Hi to 4: Young Edward brat Morgan of New York, the conqueror Susan on the Bridge. Black Joe best of Miss Markay: Miss Florence N. My Bonnie, Bonnie St. Clair beat Ayers of Philadelphia, and Mias Anita 'Ringmaster. Game Spur heat Ethan. Pldpps of Springfield. Mass. , Both Miss Mackay and Miss Bishop were Allen. Cupid's Arrow beat Currency. Pal Raven beat Favorite Effort, Mr. beaten on the putting greens. Mrs. Bob with Miss Morgan, In her contest Bntinskl beat Beldame. Master licai Indian Bummer. .Mamma's Best Msrkay. was erratic in her long game, beat King Dodo, Coronado St. Olr hut once on the green she put down Anglo-Fliietis- q, LIBEL SUIT. all-ag- e cun-anie- s alwn-donnu- nt five-yar- d circle. j Mrs. Batcbelder's putting was fully as marvelous as that of Mrs. Morgan, t The Host nn player seemed able to I hole out from all directions, and from' nearly all distances when on the green. In four of the holes she only made one pul on the green. i Arrow, Pal Haven brat Mr. Ruilnskt, Croktr Brings Libel Suit Against a Master Bob best Coronado 81. Clair, London Magazine. Mamma's Best beet Mystic Max. May PatBonnie Allen beat Bushman, Nan Dublin, Oct. 10. Richard Croker terson brat Morning Sun, Fighting Fire brat Find Section, Best St. Glair today formally inaugurated the lihet boat Garry Owen Buy, Happy St. Clair ult which will bring lo a definite laaue the question whether he lined ran a bye. Tomorrow will see the last round ln his position as chlof of Tammany Hall the puppy stake and the flint ruuud fur purposes of financial profit. The auit la against a London magazine, of the make. which publishes la its current number ' scathing article against the growth of Tammanyism" In EngBUREAU OF STATISTICS land, incidentally detailing In alleged from the New York the operREPORTS UPON CROPS chapters ations of Tweed and Croker. The latter's affidavit makes a sweeping denial of any wrong doing while head Givas Summary ef Facts Compiled of Tammany Hall, and esiiecially denies using the organization for purFrom Reports of Correspondents pose of eztortion or personal profit. In the Beveral States. The case will be trlod before an Irish jury, and It I expected will attract much attention owing to the Issue over Washington, Oct. 1. hTe crop re- the honesty of Tammauys adminisstalls-ti- c board uf of bureau the porting tration, That a notable array of of the department of agriculture lawyers will be rtaalued is Indicated finds from the reports ofthe by the position of Mr. Gruker's counand ugcnle of the bureau as sel, James V. M. Gampbell, K. follows: who represented Dublin university tu The eondlllun of corn on Oriolira 1 Ihe house of oommons, and who wss was 0.1. as coptpated with u.2 last successively solicitor general and atmrtath, ht.2 oa October 1, 105; 13. torney general for Ireland under tho at the eorrerpondlng date tu 1904, and isle Balfour government. r a average of 7.6. The primary estimate of the average yield per acre of spring wheat 1 LEGAL ARGUMENT IN' 1904. ADDRESS . M'KEEN MOTOR CAR. weather was bitterly cold to--! ' ,,,,R mrcury hovering at or be- - Assignment of J. M .Ceballos ft Co purchased for a special plant for the Ihe freexing' point all the after-manufacture of the McKeen motor car. With Liabilities Between Three i was the case yesterday, a and Four Million. it will be insulted in the new shop Hakes of snow fell. Between I IT now being erected here, and the manua ini tn.triHi enthusiasts bundled facture of tho motor cars for use on liPiirt to foot braved the branch line ef the Harriman railway rigors of. ln th. weather. jeWM .vtem will be begun on n large .calc. bankera snd ft ''1th ,'n.st nipping fingers agd toes, nf between liabilities PGl'ct baseball was an impossibility. merchants, with FIRE in BAN FRANCISCO. wee an4,000,000, 3.000,1)00 end practice of both team was In a statement which nounced today of the bands the cold San Francisco. OcL 10. A special that tbe failure was due to tr 'it s ragged, to cling lo the hail, declared and absconding of bulletin from Goldfield, Ner., gays: '"e therefusing outfielders missed many the defalcation Fire broke out today In the Palace of Sllverla A Co., Ha1st actual play the form was Manuel Silverla Bulllvan. ealoon. owned by of the New York The National alerted vana, agents and three buildSllverla' s defalcation la alleged destroying the place lose I? 'trouble in tbe second Inning. Capt. is estimated He ings adjoining. . The almut Jl.ooo.ono. ovation as he to amount to received from Havana on October 2. os- - at IHHt.OtKt. For a time It seemed cersailed eppwi to hit to failed hut j plate, to con- - tain that tho entire town wuuiJ go. "d cucxl TbVn SteTLfddrreat Sensibly tor New York City, CiX' Surrounded by Police, Shoots Himself. Spanlsh-Amerlca- pretty steal to third and Tinkers sinwhich brought in Chance. Tinker appreciated the long service be bad gle, stole second, went to third on Evers' given their cause, consented. wIM pitch. Had the proposal to send these ex- out and earne home on a Stetiifeldt's batting and Keulbscli's to Cuba been carried out, pedition were easily thd features. Gen. Funaton would have .remained at pitching Cirnu Columbus as the commajider of ScorC: s brigade. The close association between Gov. Taft and Gejt. Bell in tbe Phllinplnes Influenced the provisional j Bheckard, Jf, governor to make a requisition on President Roosevelt that. Gen. Bull be ' plsred in rharge in Cuba. The party sailing on tbe Louisiana will much at Key West, where Secretary Taft deairea to atop In connection with a right of way aerosi the military reematlon for the railroad which is being constructed across the Florida key. Senators are anxious that Secretary Taft should facilitate this work by disposing of the government's and the secretary now aecs the Importance of the work, which will practically connect the Vnlted 8iltes and Cuba by n ferry service. Twcnty-flvmarines have been or tier' I to Sancti Bplrltus and Trinidad. At tbe latter place they will settle the trie: i.iii between and who have recently been disarmed. The trouble appears to have been caused by CoL Glynn of the milk tis. who Ik also collector of custom. Batted for White In third. The surrendered arms were stored. In Score by innings tbe custom house and Glynn rearmed 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 01 the inllitlx alter the departure of the Americana Nationals 03100102 illMraiamen: rummlaaloiiers. Gen. Hurdigucz, commander .of tbe Hits Off White, 4, In three innings; rural guards, telegraphed Col. Glynn off Owen, 6 In six Innings. Two-basto disarm these men. This waa done, hit Jones. Sacrifice hits Kenlbach, but rot. Glynn 1 reporrted still to Stelnfeldt, Shreckard. Stolen bases bare the guns in hi possession and Chance 2. Tinker 2. Evers. Double "i he disposed to make trouble. If plays Shreckard and Kllng. Evers Struck out By While thfs,- reports are confirmed. Gov. Taft and Chance. will remove Col. Glynn. Gen. Brava, 1, br Owen 2, by Keulbach 3. Bases commander of iheh insurgents in that on balls Off White 2. off Owen 2, off vicinity, maintained good faith with Reuibach C. Wild pitches Keulbach, Owen. Hit with hall -- Rohe. Time the coniniiasfon. even taking the 1:58. Umpires O'Loughlin and Johnsand macliPtes from his men. Two cases yellow fever at Croces, tone. in addition to the recent death from ROOSEVELT RECEIVES 1,200. yellow fever there, has derided Gov. Tr; mu to send the marine back to the Cruces camp. e Telegraphers Are Received by the President. CASE Tbe case for the prisoners was presented by E. F. Richsrdo)i of Denver and C. S. Darrow of Chicago, uml fur the state of Idaho by H. Hawley of olse. The principal isdni in eouiro-verswas the method by whirh the Idaho authorities secure, jurisdiction uver the men. All of ihtui are residents of Colorado, and it via alleged on behalf of Moyer and hi associates thnt they were kidnapped iu pursuance of a conspiracy to which the government of Colorado and the Idaho authorities were parties, and hence that jurisdiction wss acquired by fraud. The art was denounced as a flagrant malfeasance of executive duty from the contemplation of which people turn with loathing.'' Mr. Hawley contended that the extradition proceeding had been entirely regular, and, referring to the reflections mum the Idaho and Colorado authorities. said the courts could not afford to countenance surh abuse uf high ufflriala by counsel, lie took the position that even If It were true that the governor of Colorado had connived at the removal of the federation officials in an irregular way their remedy was In an action fur damages, and that the status of th prisoner could not be affected by aurli s rourao on the part of the Colorado executive. ... i harry Smith Gills Mary Shepard to the Door of Her Schoolroom, Shoots her Dead, Makes his Escape, is Findlay, Ohio, Oct. 0. Much legal argument and little actual progres marked the second day of the trial of the tSandard Oil company of Ohio tor conspiracy against trade. .The argument wax caused by tbe objection by the' attorney! for the Btandard ne to the character of evidence Bought to be pieced before the jury by the prosecution. In every instance, hoewver, the ruling of Judge Banker favored the prosecution. The result was that Ihe testimony of John D. Rockefeller, given in 1898 In the litigation against the Btandard Oil trust before tbe supreme court, of the late wee admitted and earefully read tn the Jury by Attorney Phelps for the prosecution. Thla consumed the morning session and part of the afternoon. Airs. Ida M. Butts, the first witness of the trial, ws then called to the stand. Mrs. Butts said she was the stepdaughter' of George M. Rice, tbe Independent oil refiner of Marietta, Ohio. She bsd also acted as Air. Rice's private secretary and was the executrix of his estate. She produced, at Ihe request of Attorney Thelp. the certificates of original trust stock owned by Mr. Rice, the certificate of legal title" Into which these went later transferred, and scrip allowing title tn fractional shares of stock In 11 of the twenty subsidiary companies of the original trust. The flnsl wrangle of the day then begun and lasted uniil adjournment. It when Mr. Phelps offered ni evidence a certified cr.py nf the record In the office of the -- ecreiary of s'ate uf New Jersey showing that In 189s the Standard Oil company of that rtato changed its corporate existence by increasing the number of dlrectois irnrfi three to nine. It was atgued by the defense that this certificate waa and incomplete. Judge Hanker reserved his ruling on thl point until tomorrow. The objection of the defense to the character of the evidence offered wax mainly on the ground that the prosecution waa going entirely outside of the case as set forth In the information filed by County Prosecutor Duvld. Besides this, the authenticity of the evidence In ell cases was questioned. title-holde- r; l4 IN ITS OLD CHANNEL. Ten Days More Will Be Required Divert the Colorado River to Los Angeles. Oct. 10. In ten days, according to official estimates of VV. J. Moran of the California Development company: the work of diverting the Colorado river back, to Its old course will be finished and the beginning of the end of tho Salton sea will be an assured fact. By tomorrow th railroad trestle being lmllt across the river will be finished and the dumping of rock Into the stream will begin it once. The company has three steam shovels at work at tbe- - quarries and will transport tho rock to Ihe river on eighty cars, each of 2u0.0J0 pounds capacity. The company officials have not ihe slightest doubt as to the success of the scheme, and sav it will be wuth all the money spent on It. a figure nototaling close to n million uollssa v ,- jr .