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advertise in Fl.'LL ASSOCIATED PRES the DISPATCHES UTAH WEATHER FORECAST EXAMINER FOB THE PRICE IT CHARGEE, IT IB THE BEET ApVERTIEING MEDIUM IN THE CITY THE EXAMINER REACHES THE COUNTY AB WELL OUR A J THE CITY. SUBSCRIPTION BOOKS ARE OPEN TO VOL 111 NO. INDICATIONS WEATHER WILL BE FAIR WEDNESDAY OGDEN CITY, NOVEMBER MuKNING. WEDNESDAY UTAH. council ard Oil company guilty at alleged iiv THOMPSON DISCUSSES t lation of the Valentine Isa, were interrogated by the grand jury THE RACE QUESTION this afternoon. While the utmost sec racy is maintained. Prosecutor David, who oouducted the prosecution of the Standard Oil case. Is directing the Place Limit Upon AH Vagrancy and grand Jury investigation, and state.! Suspend Judgment if Vagianu this afternoon that nil room re in vn-Go to Panama, eel Inn with the attempted briber; would be gone into thoroughly. It is expected that the grand jin. will 13 The aliv:!rt. Tens., N make Its report tomorrow afternoon. quarantine at-- Mutmgrutfon conten'ion wlilot a today SLAYER OF SMITH. CONFLICTS WITH TREATY Japanese Children Entitled to Rights in Public Schools on Equal Plane With Children of Most Favored Nations. 'orders hare been received far th dismissal of tbs colored tnxdw at Fort Keno; that the formal discharge will take place tomorrow; that Major Penrose, Capt. Marlin and Ueut. Chandler are under arrest on the charge of shielding the soldiers guilty of partici- pation lu ths recent rkitlug at Brownsville. Tex., or thxt I have been placed In command of the post. . "The order for dismissal of the troops has not been received. No officer have been arrested. M&jor Penrose Is commanding the pus; and 1. who came here with the Twenty-sixtbattalion from Fort Ram Houston. ion as a lawyer that the treaty be- Tex., am simply acting In conjunction tween the 1'nlted States and Japan with Major Penrose. We do not know' guaranteed to the children of Japan, when the order to dismiss tbe troops resident in this country, the right to will oome." . an education in the public, schools without discrimination and on an REMEDIAL LEGISLATION. equal plane with the children of the most favored nations, and that he would so report to President Koose-vel- t. Need Modification Rules Concerning Rental of Tribal Land. He was further of the opinion that the word Mongolian, strictiy Yinita, I. T., Nov. IS. The commitinterpreted, meant natives of Mongolia; that the Japanese could not be tee at senators appointed at the Inst brought under that designation, and session of congress to Investigate and that the federal courts would declare report upon the general conditions In Indian territory reached here today the state law unconstitutional. and held hearing this afternoon and tonight. The subjects under considREPUBLICAN CAMPAIGN eration arc demedlal legislation and modification of the existing law and AN ASININE AFFAIR rises of ths Interior department that would permit n more general sals and rental of allotted tribal lands, ths levying of taxes under statehood, the mainOdell Says the Republitenance of a better public school syscan Campaign Waa Scarcely tem, ths disposal of the segregated coni Hoard of In His Vicinity. and asphalt lands In the Choctaw and Chickasaw nations and the sale and rental of the surface of these segregatNew York, Nov. IS. B. B. Odell of ed lands for oommerrial purposes. Xtwbttrg, former governor and A delegation of full blood Cherokee, of the state Republican among them member of the Ketnwah committee, said today that the man- society, a secret organization among agement of the Republican state cam- the full blooded Cherokee, that herepaign waa I he most asinine that he tofore has always opposed the coming ever know. The whole state ' ticket; of while men to Indian territory, asked he said, might Just as well have been for the removal of restrictions from the elected. As tbe result Meads It look! lands of full blonds, and In anrplus like a Democratic, victory and levee this was Joined by n delegation of full the Republican party In bed shape blood Shawnee. with a national campaign coming on. The committee will continue the The Republicans, he declared, made hearing toranrrogr. no campaign at all. hut put It all on Mr. Hughes' shoulders. ,T heard absolutely nothing about FREIGHT RATE CASE uny state campaign up my way," said Mr. Odell. We didn't know there Of BURLINGTON ROAD waa a headquarter down hers. I wasn't notified of anything that was going on. My advice waa never naked once. Many of my friends all over the Total Ceet.ef Read Could Net Have Exceeded $16,000 Per Mils In state have the same experience. Missouri. "Brett when Me. Hughes was touring my county I waa not notified or I wasn't informed of the consulted. smallest details.'' Kansu City, Nov. IS. In the hearThe ing of the Burlington maximum Continuing. Mr. Odell laid: people of this stale have always re- freight rate com today the state of sented the Interference of a presl-de- Missouri Introduced the testimony of of the 1'nlted States In their two veteran railroad builders to conoral elections. They have done so trovert ths assertion of the BurlingMitre the days of DeWitt Clinton. I ton that Its track In Missouri cost at think that the Interference of Presi- least 146,000 n mile. W. P. Stubbs, dent Roosevelt did more harm thnh speaker of the Kansas house of repgood. resentatives, and who built part of I da not wish to appear In the role Burlington line In Missouri, deff a general critic of the conduct of the clared that the total cost of the line the campaign, but, so far aa I can could not have exceeded $25,000 per make nut, there waa no real campaign. mile. Vo use was made of tbe reeurde of Bernard Corrigan, president of the tbe Republican party. It was all A Metropolitan Street railway company case of personalities 'between the of this city, and for thirty' years one for governor. of the leading railroad contractors In Mr. Odell aald that Mr. Hears I was the west, put the outside limit at cost greatly strengthened as a political he-t- r of tbe Buffington main line in Mishla by campaign, and that while si I M, 000 per mile. be might not be elected yfeaideht, he souri F. M. Fisher of St. Paul, the expert wa nnw e man to he reckoned with accountant employed by the state of in Hie future. He said that combiMissouri to examine the books at tho nation of Bryan end Hearat, would be Burlington, testified that in Missouri a hard one for the Republicans to the rate for 104 pounds for a boat. first class freight. Is 60 cents, "I believe said. Mr. Odell, that haul, In Iowa tbe rate Is 4fl cents while with Intelligent management the encents. Dllnots In Illinois 3$ and tire Republican state ticket could, and Iowa, the witness said, hsvo maxihave been elected. I am knocking, mum freight rate laws. The Burlingbut I am very much concerned for ton freight rates In Missouri were 20 the future of the Republican party. to 26 per cent higher than on the I believe that by the exercise of eeme road In Illnols. On first class mutual forbearance and consideration tbe witness said, the Burlingthe RepnMcan party can be put In freight, ton charged In Miaeouri for inn riiape to make n successnt; campaign pounds 40 cents per hundred miles; in igng. In lows the rate was 24 cents, and In cents. For 160 miles, Illinois 30 FORMAL DISCHARGE. The rate per 104 pound In Missouri, tbe witness said, was 60 cents, while Penrose and Chandler Under Arrest In lows it was 32 cents, and Illinois for Shielding Disorderly Soldiers. cents. On third das freight 36 the rate for 100 pounds in Missouri Guthrie. Okie., Nov. IS. A special for 104 miles was 26 cents. In Iowa in the State Capital from El Reno 14 cent and Illinois 16 cents. says the official order for the dismissal The figures kept up the same proporof the members of the colored compations through tbe different classes, nies B C and I), quartered at Fort the rates In Missouri always being the Reno, were received today. The for- highest and In Iowa the lowest ou mal dismissal will take place tomor- short hauls, and In Illinois the lowest row. on loog hauls In Missouri the popuand lation per square mile averages 664. Major Pennine. Capt. Marlin Metit. Chandler f re under arrest on In Illinois the average Is 430 and In the charge of shielding the soldiers Iowa 237. A well populated district mlltr of participation in the recent meant more business. i rouble at Rmwnsvllle. Tex. Major The hearing will be continued toCarp of the Twenty-sixtinfantry morrow. was today placed In command of the 1 h cn-'lldai-- 100-mtl- e 0 0 h ATTEMPTS AT BRIBERY. special says that the report that soldier are patrolling the streets Witnesses Who Tsstiflsd In ths Itand-ar- d f El Reno tonight Is untrue. The Oil Cass Art Qusstisncd. negroes are apparently reconciled to ther dismissal, and no trouble Is anFindlay, O.. Nov. 13. Charges of ticipated. aleged attempts at bribery of the members nf the petit Jurr which sat Oklahoma City, Not. IS.1 To a cor-sp- In the probate court hero in Septemdent 0f the Associated Press, ber during the prosecution of the conversation over the telephone Standard Oil case, are being pressed jtia ttfm Fort Reno at 14:30 o'clock at gfi adjourned session of the grand Major Clarke of the Twenty-"t- h Jury which ws convened todsv. Several members of the infantry stated: yho sat In There Is absolutely no truth is the trial of tbe cane. Jury In which a veri'he report sent nut from Guthrie that est aa rendered finding the Stand t. d leaii-aiil- c Bur-cln- - p-- er. e t- Ro-sei- eit g r I. i . -- Washington, Nov. 13. Tbe war department mails are heavy with letters protesting against the discharge without honor of throe companies at the Twenty-fiftinfantry, colored. Most of these originate In Massachusetts, hut nearly every section at the country Is represented. They' can he of no avail now It la said, because the action was Taken by direction of the president, who slime can relieve the severity of the order. Visit of the romraunlMtionx, according to the department, reveal Ignorance of important facts connected wlih the case, so Secretary Oliver has ordered the printing In pamphlet form the report of Col. Blxby, who made the original Investigation Into the rioting at Brownsville lost August by some members of the Twenty-fift- h Infantry, as well as the further report nf Inspector General Carllngton. and these pamphlets will be supplied to the correh spondent. IMPOSING CEREMONY. Princs Albert of Flanders Sworn in as a Senator. Ptruvian Government portation of Prohibits Silver. Ex- Unis. Peru. Nov. 13. Although there exists no law to the contrary, the government today refused to allocal firm f bankers to ship low 12.444 sliver sols (shout $2,444) to London. Furthermore the authorities are searching the baggage leaving the country and all silver coin in excess of 14 Sul is Mng selzod. The price of silver in Peru is rising and the ministry of finance has been bankers, in conference with local financiers, merchants and member of Congress to discus action In the premises. The advisability of an export duly on silver coin has been seriously discussed. MEMORIAL TO LATE JOHN HAY. Washington. Nov. 13. Pecretary Root has accepted tm Invitation to attend the dedication of a window to the late John Hay in the synagogue of Keneseth Israel congregation, Philadelphia. on DereniW .2. Oscar Solomon S' rati, who la io succeed Secretary Metraif as the head of the department or commerce and labor, also will attend the dedlentorc ceremonies, Dr. Kratiskopf. patr or the congregation. said today that tbe perpetuation of the memory of the late Secretary Ha.v by the installation of a window in a .lewlKh church is a decided il' be tbe first inInsoiatlon and has been honstance where a n'U-Jeored by tbe InmllsHon of any sort of memorial in a Jewish house of worahip. TUs exception la .made because of Mr. Hay's service on behalf of the unfortunate Jew at Klshlneff. Russia, and In recognition of hla effort to prevent. Jew from being discriminated agalnsi in any way. Brussels. Nov. 13. Prince Albert of Flanders, the heir apparent to the Belgian throne and nephew of King Leopold, was sworn In today as a member id the Belgian senate. Tbe ceremony was Imposing and brilliant. Among those present were several members of tbe royal family and a number of princes. The entrance of Prince Albert Into the senate building was announced hy trumpen, and as the prince appeared all the senators arose and cheered him with enthusiasm. Replying to the president of the senate. Prince Albert swore solemnly to observe the Belgian constitution. He also made a short speech In which be assured the house of bis unalterable attachment to the free instituSEPARATION LAW. tions of Belgium. The Sorlsllst members of parliament abstained from atParis. Nov. 13. Tl:e vote of confitending the ceremony. dence in the government waa taken and gave 414 nvea against 1G.3 noea. A LAST EFFORT. It voiced tbe rhait:lr'a belief that the government ouh! carry out the without modification. London, Nav. 14. The Liberal pa- separation ia pers this morning comment upon the Minister nf Education Brland then asspeech cd Augustine Bitrell. presi- sured the house that the govern men t dent of the toard of education, at would not neg.i'Lti directly with th Bristol last night as an ultimatum on Vatican. He declared also that there behalf of tbe government to the house had Wen formed, under tbe auspices of lords. The Tribune declares the of Cardinal Icot. archbishop of Boreducation bill la the last effort that deaux, legal and diocesan association! will be made to reconcile popular con- which were composed of a federation trol with rellglops education and avers of kical lay and worship societies, and that If the present bHl Is destroyed It that these association would- organwill be io substitute a denominational ise the financial araangements for but secular education. The div:reu wotshlp in each juirt-'h- PRICE vxcl:ine! of ild hate FIVE CENTS mem-bet- axle ,n Bail Autoioi). Ti-- . Nov 13 A tele grant from Kt. Gi.ra.ir t'tn i., the official count of the election r'eturin. was made here today t the commissioners' co.i'1. aud the IVuiocratic candidates were dei !:v.i elected. There waa no demon sr ration ami no one carried weapon except the .m- thorixed officers Kurgire the hallway of llu- court house while A the count progt'oM.ed iinoenieut un-- i ais-- r re lint, been started t t.Le ot arreM the aaNtaaii-maid for or Judge Welch. The g,nrn,.r ) It i report offered a rcunrd of ed that uidinv arrow hare (h it ii.iuc uti the Mexican aide of the rnt-r- , DIVORCE LAWS UNIFORM iks-ujii- il ot THURS- TEXAS ELECTION RETURNS. n new title f Southern Inddaiva! asa.K laiton. Charles Buccini, an Italian, Under (Murlii.b-- ti ailkn.1 luistiiess tonight Arrest for ths Murder. i The kcnMnient of i.h clank larceli ill tavor of an 13. Nov. Tbe Piitabmg. of hliic immigrants si'ho-i- t regard express confidence of bating nkil"lis:ity. yet the'- appeals .Hie under arrest the slayer of Harei K. til :!,c niitrk man at times to h Smith, who sas killed in his home desire with hi faults srhstv ie Buccini. a an Charles burglar. by X T. At i Italian, arrested last night with a Thomsonbe ufafternoon OhatliUlor-eiidoreed tbe wounded hand, had the bullet extracto' the vagrancy ed todav. It la of 32 caliber, the size strictest enforcement uf m nem'e If of the bullet fired from Smith's gnu law with a suspensio.i the negro goes to tbe I'anaina canal, l In the fight with the burglar. run- problem. has also 4en Identified through and in going Into thi Mid: saw him who in declare tuey people "I .would have the wnrl.l kuow tun' the neighborhood of the Smith home race problem hat. bad its : this of the The rewards for the arrest In politicians mho find i: of perpetuity McMiE. of or Smith James slayers uti it to n a moat efficient bobby week was llan. whu murdered a ago. When Into and ride place one of as.iaw, have been augmented by In the south elections are uo there which, la authorised by the city. Inis we hear ta.-very little auoui tin artlun was taken hy the nneace u. alter. of tbe council following the of the v.igianry action of the council last night In pro- law"The enforcementall oer the unit uniforma'.ly viding for 00 more' police. will tend to the ellmliuiiou Many holdups were reported turtay. of the idle largely negro. the criminal In every instance escapThis brings me In are being Wholesale arrests ing. rethat I made to President made of men without apparent occupacently and which appear io have tion. in misunderstood, been generally order to aid both races In the aouih l. get clear of these li.ie negroes and SETTLING DIFF1CILT1ES aid in the speedy completion of an In which the south it, deeplWITH THE SWITCHMEN enterprise y Interested. 1 told him that 1 believed s plan could be adopted that would take these ala largely out No Danger of a Strike of Railroad of the smith and- send Uiom to dig Employes In ths East Agreethe Panama rsuai-- i I told him this ment Reached. could be accomplished without the violation of any law state or national, and at hla requesu 1 went over the New York. Nov. lu. There no matter with Chalrtoan Kboiita and1 Until longer appears to be auy danger of a Secretary Taft. Th placing the suepena-instrike of ra.iroad employes la tbe east, upon all vagrancy End then judgment If they would go to aa the situation with reference to the 4 demand of the members of certain or Panama. Tho dally plan 4 police Judges In sanitations was considerably cleared snmeonef and telling him, today. The Ne-s- York. Nw Haven A sentencing If will aiihperfd judgment; that Hartford and the New York Central to railroads came to an agreement with yon leave here and g) remise never the criminal from committed representing firemen of return,' only shifts the two roads affecting the status of one community to smother. the men on the new electric locomoLABORERS SCARCE. tives. and the adjustment commUtee of tbe Erie locomotive engineers ant the nounced late today It had corns to an Cubans Encourage Immigration Islanil. agreement with the officials of that v vTO , . system. Ths firemen's coin mil tee trill bora confer further with the New York Havana, Nov. f I. Certain mots 1 comCentral and the New York, New Ha- of the Agrarian league, which ven A Hartford officials concerning posed uf prominent planter, accomthe questions of lnrreaaed wage and panied by a number uf steamship conference with Govshorter hours. gents, held It was said at the offices of the Erie ernor Ms goon today on the question system 1st today that there will be of the probable scared y of laborers tn no trouble In reaching an agreement the handling of maturing sugar crop. with the firemen at the proper time, The planter urged th necessity of as President Underwood's letter to making use of the $1,(144,044 approprirefusal to ated bv the late Cuban congress for Chief Hanrahan was not grant concessions to the dissatisfied the elimalailira of Immigration, sod men, but simply n request to hold off pointed out that Cuba was suffering until settlements could be made with severely by the competition of other yardmen, switchmen, brakemen and nations' seeking immigration, espeother employes of the company. It cially the republic of South America wn said that when these adjustment and the 1'nlted States, and tbe Importshall have been mnde the demands of ing of labor to Panama. The next the firemen will be taken up and sugar crop promises to lie very large, be and the planters expressed grave reasonable those considered fears that the present labor supply granted. would he insufficient to hanriif It. Governor Magonn ranged to hold furMANY LETYER8 RECEIVED. ther conferences with tho committee. Protesting ths Dischargs of tho ComEXPORTATION FORBIDDEN. panies of Colored Soldiers. w 14. of t.,e clergt. control of 11 question,, of ami-trus- CALIFORNIA SCHOOL LAW post. Th AND DAY. 18 Ban Francisco, Kov. IS. The Call DI gay tomorrow that Secretary Metcalf. before lea Tine for Washington today, confided to a few friend that the sentiment of Ban Francisco, If nor the whole state, was opposed to allowing Japanese or Chinese children to mingle freely with Caucasian children la the public schools, and tnat It sas likely that the statute providing that Asiatic children be taught In separate schools woul-- be strengthened at the eonilng session of the legislature. The secretary aald further, according 10 the Call, that H was his opin- THAT THE ARE Delegates From States and From the District of Columbia Are in Attendence Upon Convention. - ' i . . , INTERNATIONAL TICKET. i Indianapolis, 1ml . Not 13 lt.ri.amt policy holder of the New York life aud tbe Mutual l.ife lrirauce to tbe HUmiiet of lnu met here nought and after quite a healed ill a cnskiflti It waa daciiied to appidtil to work in behalf of the inn-m'- t uial ticket. to have pteaid Governor Lilly cd. hut was detained on account of presrii'K hit sine. Y. H Hart, ex auditor of Indiana, presided Numerous questions were proposed in an effort. It wsa charged, to c utfuse and prepti-dir- s 1 e tl,i)c present cgamai the Twenty-Seve- n Interua-tlonii- l ticket. BANKERS TOiHULATE CURRENCY PRINCIPLES There Principle Will B Recommended to Congress for Enactment Into Law. Vasliington, Nov. 13. - For more than five hotira today the currency commit let- - of the Aniertcnn liankliu and the New York rliantlier of caniiuerce diseuw-ethe ''formulation of principles" which are to form the basis of the legislation for the issue of emergency currency In tltnea These "pritt of financial stringency. clplea" will he recommended to congress for enactment Into law at the coming aesHtan. Although the view expressed were sot by any nteana harmonious at all times, wane of the members say the discussion showed an evident disposition to reach common ground wth a united appeal for congrea for the legislation desired. Kubatantlal progress was made in th work of the coin mb ice and when adjournment - was taken moat of the principles- which govern the plana lu he submitted by the hankers had been determined on. The discussion developed a sentiment In favor of a currency to lie on the general credit of a bank desiring to emit emergency rurrency during periods of financial .stress, aa Is done in the case nf various European countries. The alternative nf this proposition -r- itat if segregating tbe association bank a a special security was voted down. The for these Issue tax on these credit Issues, It la proposed. shall form a guarantee fund to It placed In the treasury and to he used to meet the liabilities of any tgik which falls. The question of whai tax to place on the general credit Issues wn referred to a consisting, of three members Janie B. Ftirgan of the First National bank of Chicago. Sol Wexler of the Whitney National bank of New Orleans and Frank A. Vnnderllp nf the City National bank of New York. To was also left th ihls quessettlement of various tion Incidental to ihe general out! of taxation of the rredll issues. The opinion of the majority of the bankers, as expressed today, was that these credit note are not to have any preference over any of the other obligation- of the hank issuing them, hut are simply to be a lln aa in the ease of all other bank note Issues. The scheme also contemplates the dally at these Issue through the instruments', Ity of the clearing houses in the cities in which the banks Issuing them he located. aeaiK-lario- BANK ROBBERY. t'inls.irlphia. 13- .- m. The national fntigroK ou utiiliH tit divorce laws, in seiuibiu in thin clit, tuds) adopted atMttii one third of the proposed bill, as drafted by (h committee appointed at the meeting held in Washington nine months ago. Tho seven cause portl.ius adopted tinder which annulment of marriage tusy die obtained and six cauaea for auaolute dd.orce. states Delegates front twenty-aovoand the Ldsirict of Columbia sad representatives of all Protestant denominations who attended tho international conference on nmrriaga. together with a Catholic prelate, liisliup 1? hauler of Norik DaktSa, attended the session a, which wer presided over by G mentor uul-fon- c night. The brilliant colors of the gorgeous rolte of the knights and knigbt counnanilers of ihtf order, aa well as tho richness of the decorations of the historic chamber where the Investiture tnok place, made the scene one of the most brilliant ana impressive of the present reign. The ceremony was follow ed by state banquet, LABOR CONVENTION. a Ienntpacker. The important changes in the bill are the striking out of all reference and pnariJee, leavlug io prot e various these questions fur bodies to pass upon. Ths committee decided that ao long aa open hearings are held aud ths laws provide for direct service ou the respondent and fix a punishment for rollu-toothe measure need not conform to any fixed rule. The causes fur which illvuro ran be granted are Infidelity, felony, bigamy. desertion. haliStual drunkenness aud Intolerable cruelty, and In tbe there iff Ihe various section aaa little objection tu any of titeae pruvlskma, but lu Ihe list of csttsee for annulment iff man-luropposition waa presented against several. took excepGovernor Pennypacker tions to the clause which provide to the that if either party, unknown other, waa Insane at the time of marriage It should be annulled. Thr governor held that th clause not uuly gave the sane party the right to suit but also to a eommlasion of lunacy. . This would give a commission appointed by th court the right to begin a ault In the name of an Insane party, even If the person net Insane flid not wnut divorce. He argued that marriage waa a personal relation and a third person bad no right la the onniract. Fences N. Taylor iff Ht. Loul and Clara Muti amt of Willlamaport.. Pa., clashed with the governor on th subject. Mr. Taylor aalil the third party i th public, and It hu n right to forbid th propagation of children from the Imam. A question of property right h also held was involved. Mr. ilunaon aald the clause waa th only protection for an insane jtorsna against a designing man nr woman. nd can where relative He rtted friends were helpless to protect an linberlla who Itad married a designing woman. Ths clause was adopted. There waa also opposition to the clause annulling th marriage iff a girl undur the age of II and n youth undor 18. Ernest Merten of Wl sennit n held that a girl tinder 1$ years iff age waa incapable, iff making a proper marriage contract, and Frank II. Kerr of Ohio favored th law uf hla state which makes th marriage nf a boy tinder 21 and a girl tinder 16 void. Mins Rachel Siegel iff Ytah. tbs 1 only woman speaker, held that year for the girl was all right. Rbe itald, "We women ought to know. The clause was adopted. Though perron ally opposed to divorce, Msltnp Shanlev voted for the sect Pm In uf his Lue hoMMise Uie other delegates were net present. l-- legie-lativ- n, u bo-gi- n f BLACKMAIL PLOT. Discovered by Inspector Hodga LetNewton, Kss.. Nov. 13- .- The Midter Bant by Mail. land National hank In Newton was held up this afternoon by one man Joplin. Mri.. Nor. 13. I. II. Hope, and robbed of about $1,444 in Inspector of the ptiatoffice department, The robber was stall, slight has nneovert-blackmail plot directof bitlld, light complexion and about ed against the wealthy mine owners of 28 vests of age. He preaented a letload and line the Mlasnuri-Kansater 'to Herman Rtiderntan. the cashier, field. It a as planned to secure thnii ho what was and who he stating sands nf dollars front these men. T. wanted, also advising the clerka a miner living in JJunewcg, W. that they would all die to- wn arrested today by Inspector Huge. be made to effort gether should smy with He is threatening detain him. hive nr six persons were ietrer charged the sepdlng mall. through ln' ordered In :he bank, axd all The leftera were sent to T. F. the vault and bicke.l In. The rob her a wealthy mine operator of WebbCoyne, City. then secured what currency was ; In Mo. Lewis was bound over tu the algH find escaped. The hank's Ins-- Is Januarr term nf the grand Jury. fully covered hv Insurance. November 5 Coyne received a letter from "Lewis" stating that unios he THE ALVARADO. sent the writer $354 forthwith he would be blown to atom wl'h nitroWashington. Nov. 13. The captured The letter stated that the glycerin. which his host Alvarado, gun Spanish wa r member of an organized a practice ship writerwhose been recently used was to get money purpr-sat the naval academy, will he formally bqcd wealthy mtn owners nf the Joptransferred to the naval miiltls of from Louisiana at the Norfolk navy yard lin di!rirt. next Tbixrsdav. an I will be taken hy KING HAAKON. the militiamen of that state to - New staOrleans, whore ihe vessel will tioned permanently for the use of the Invested With the Ordar of the Garter by King Edward. Louisiana naval battalion. Mr. Duncan's Report Bhow Campaign Fund to B $3,097. he eecond MhitieaiidH. Nor. session of the twentylxth anonnveulinn of the American Federation of labor la thi dty full of interest, tbe nmi important action being regarding the aduptkm of a universal 11 wl design referring ihe matter to tbe rac vent ion of 1647. This action, however, waa not taken until after n lively Mcuaicn. The cigar maker, printers and battens lead the (gipuaition la regard to adopting a general label, claiming they have apeul uiueh moner In advertising tbelr respective' label and are deriving Much benefit aa a result, which wouid be lost were the federation to adott a new general label. President G super' plea off. creating n political power out of th combined unkm strength wa endoroed by tbn oikivpmIud when ft approved the report of First Vice President. Jame Duncan, in which he a auctioned th policy of Mr. Oomper, Mr. Duncan' report allowed tb campaign fond to 13.--T- dy' nual m Be $6,067. , SANGUINARY BATTLE. Fought Between Artillerymen and In. fantrymen. Cheyenne, U'yix, Noe. ll.- - Qatte Bangui nary battle oaesswd on tho I . Cheyenne tonight when a.' detachment off artlHerymost from Fort Kiieaell attached a number off InAwntry- men, nil on leave. Booh aide fought deeperataly with knives. Five tneu www rul and slashed, one of whom I expnetmt to die. The wounded were taken to the hospital. t The reuse of the fight ie an old feud existing between the two arate uf the service. street off . ROADMASTERB' MEETING. Chicago, Nov. !$. The ehiaf font-nr at today' aeanlnn off th animal nad meeting nf toe Roadmnatere Maintenance of Way aeaodatkm of America wu the report of the on "best, method at maintaining track fur the tonnage and speed d of today." The committee better drainage, ballast from twelve to eighteen incite deep, ler J lea and rail weighing from- - BE to 100 .pound a yrd and of thirty to thirty-tor- e feet long. All the large rafhoed ff tbe United Stale and Canada are represented at tbe nesting. xxn-tnitt- reonm-mende- he. Another raptured aarship. the Fn-dova- l. which also ha been used by tbe natal midshipmen, is aLo tu be transferred in the naval militia, but to which particular organization tins not vet been settled. 1 New Turk. Nov. IS. Following aa Investigation by direction of the ires- ury department of the alleged trade ff precious stones to the customs service at the port of New for York, (Jon. George W. Mtndil, many year chief examiner, ha been dlemloaed from tbe service by order of Rerretary Bhw. General Mlndtl has been In the employ rf toe gov- entraei for shout fifteen year. CHILD SHOT. TRIAL OF THAW. 13. - District Attor. New York. Vv ney Jerome said tonight that, the trial of Harry Thaw would lie moved for the first Week In December. He slated that the Judge who would try the case upon, but It bad not been Rewouid prohablv he heard hef-rcorder Goff in the nurt uf general section i. Mr. Jerome said that he would conduet the prosecution and would he aliesJ hy tsclstont IH- e Columbit. Ind, Nov. II Marty',, the seven year-old daughter of William Neal, who reside near this city, wa hot and instant ly killed late thi afternoon near her home by an unknown hunter. Tbe llUie one had gone to the rural free delivery hox. which I a quarter to see if of g mile from the there waa any mail and wa shot in the left, temple. BANK CLOSED. Greenville. R. C, Kov. 16. Tho Workingman' Baring and Train off this city, tb only negro banking institution In the utate. closed It iloor today by order of the state bank examiner. Circle bookkeeping ! said to be the cause of the banks The capital stock emlNirraeament. eom-'-pan- was $14,440. THE IROQUOIS. Halifax. X. 8.. Xov. II. The steamer Iroquois, with the steamer Chippewa. tn tow from Hie Great Lake for 1tnd on. Nov. 13 King Edward to- New York, arrived- - her tonight for night Invested King liaakun of Nor- coal. Front New York the stearnei way with thp Order of the Garter, at will go to Seattle. n specie rhapier held in he throne BWEATMAN DROPS DEAD. room of Windsor castle. The investor waa attended with great pomp and ' Trenton. X. J.. Nov. 13. V. C. ceremony. of Philadelphia dropped Although knights of the rd r are Rweaniau elected from lime o lime at vacancies dead hey? today while running t occur, there ha no- - been an itivevl. catch a train. He was 83 yeara of age tur like the one of today since 1855. and war one nf the heaviest deaiers when Queen Victoria 'conferred the In malt In the United- States. honor upon Napoleon HI and FIRE AT EASTON, PA. Emmanuel, then king of Sardinia. KIls Edward i the only surviving member Easfon. Pa.. Xov. 13. Fire tonight of the royal houau ot Great Britain who participated In that historic r:t-destroyed the tsto large Mock house Queen Alexandra as the "Lady of nf the Nazareth Portland Cement ront-paat Nazareth, near here. Loss the Ooler." whorte predecessor lived was present to $1 75.44m. iwn centuries 1 VU-.to- r . . MINQIL DIEM IBB ED. citr-rene- a , ! , ) '