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ASSOCIATED PRESS FULL lHfc IN ADVERTISE DISPATCHES UTAH WEATHER FORECAST examiner it is for the price it charges, best advertising medium the examiner in the city as well reaches the county SUBSCRiP OUR THE CITY. flON BOOKS ARE VERTISERS a WEDNESDAY, WEDNESDAY. AD- OGDEN NO. III VOL TO OPEN ARE THAT THE WEATHER WILL BE RAIN TUESDAY AND POSSIBLY INDICATIONS CITY, TUESDAY UTAH, CONGRESS IN SESSION Resolutions Were Brought Forward in the Senate, and 388 Measures Were In roduced in the House. Several Wusliingtoa. The aeaalon cugres began its lutsenate fif- today. It took the teen minuiea to arrange tu t Fifty-n:m- h O.H-- The anl tue home one hour.Kuuae-ve- sfuate received from President a l ng list of appointments for It. (vuflrmatlon and la an executive Miou of nineteen mlnutea decided, .it me nominations have been received before the body haa been organized tiirually. m make no confirmations uinil the president's annual meaaage bail been received and the aeaalon Senator Penrose of fairly atarted. Ivnuaylvanla and Foraker of Ohio cauie forward with reaolutlona of inquiry regarding the discharge of the innrgn troopi of the Twenty-fiftfantry. One waa addreased to the lirexident and the other to the aecre-tarof war. After the ripple of surprise had paased anj Vice Prealdeut Fairbanks had auggeated that It waa to iranaact any bualneaa unuiiuHuti til the president's message had been received, the renolutloiia went over by Senator Dupont uimnluinus consent. look the oath of office. of The opening of the two houses waa witnessed by an animated throng tilth filled the galleries to their Hundred went away in not gaining admission to iineaa the aeaalon of either the aen-at- e or hue. Large Number of New Member. Nut in yearn hua a larger number of niembera-elec- t of the lower houae of emigre presented themselves at tlir speaker' desk to take the oath of office. Death haa been unuaually active among the member a during the g da a of the laat session and the beginning of the preaent, and chaplain t'ouden feelingly called the attention of the body to the work of the grim reaper during the months since adjournment. Speaker Cannon appointed Repin-- 1 tentative Janira R. Man of Illinois ss a memlier of the board of regents of the Smithsonian, Tice Robert Hitt of Illinois deceased. The galleries of the house were cniwded at an early hour. The of flowers from the desks of the member was much commented on, Imt the order of the speaker prohibiting the flora display wag generally commended for Its good sense. A slm-ils- r rule waa made In the senate two tears ago. Mrs. Nicholas Longworth, daughter of the president, occupied a seat in the executive gallery, accompanied by Mi Hagner, social secretary of the ife of Ihe president. Preliminaries Diapatchad Quickly. The routine work of the house In 'blent to ihe opining day was quickly liispairhed. the roll call showing near-lli h y I dlaap-Hiinte- ,l cl-:l- 1 WITH Captain MANY APPOINTMENTS MADE BY PRESIDENT Mexico. 3. Cabinet Dec. Washington, ' hmit-r-and an appointment to the ipreii- i- court bench were sent to the today bv President Roosevelt, it 'hey were not. confirmed immedl-:,:,'l- y In accordance with general cus-T"t- n cnnrernlr.fr such lmpirtant nomination,,. n t, M(,i there la no opposi-tlf-to the appointment of the cabinet Cimiishs and appointment of Attor-r-Moody To ho associate of the supreme court, despite fart th:it it waa determined to re- -' r niiminailonu to committees ("i- report. Tim reason announced for lay Is that no message of any 'itnrartpr had been received from the lent, and tlieiefore It would not proper io transact business. The nomination follow; Secretary nf the treasury George . -i . :iw It. fnrtt-ly.iu- Vtorney general Charles J. Bona- arte Postmaster gcurral George L. "n Meyer. t Secret S ,, 1h ri-.- navv of the interior H. James R. of commerce and labor fr Css-llenin- cn Octoiier 10, lfiuB. Consul general - William P. Kent, Virginia, a: Guatemala. Consuls--GeorgA. Bucklin, Jr., Ok B.YAN EXTOLS THE lalioina, at Glauchan, Saxony: H. 8. Brunei! , Pennsylvania, at Jeres de la DIGNITY OF LABCR Front era, Spain; A. W. Brlrkwood. Jr., Arizona, at Puerto Cortex, Honduras; J. A. Carter. Georgia, at Tama-tave- . He Soya That tha World Today Does Madagascar: E. U Harris. I Not Care for the at Smyrna, Turkey; W. I,, laiw-rlIl.lnois, at Weimev, Germany; Thomas P. Norton. Ohio, at Chenmits, Saxony; A. G. Seyfrel, Pennsylvania, at CollIngwiKid, Ont.; J. H. Shirley, Lincoln. Nob., Dec. 3. William J. Illinois, at Charlottetown, P. E. 1. made an address at the opening Bryan Circuit Judge for the Third judicial of the Union labor fair tonight In district -- Joseph Buffington, Pennsyl- which he said in part: vania. There la a great gulf existing be( Assistant atturney general A. W. tween the tolling classes and tho Cooley, New York. who live without tul.liijr. but at the United States attoracya -- W. C. Bris- preaent lime brain and muscle art tol. Oregon: John Enibry, Oklahoma. working in closer harmony than they United States marshal A. W. have for many years. Today the world Montana. does not care for the Collector of custoraa C. W. Carna- and the laborer ranks much higher han, Oregon. than the idle man who lives on the Paymaster general of the navy and income left him. chief of bureau of supyle& and, acShe dignity of labor ha been so counts Edstace B. Reger.-- . over the land and Improclaimed Post muter Lizzie pressed on the minis of the people California: H. W. Nash, that It will not he long before the MeOann, Richmond; 0. A. Har world will point the finger of disgrace Stirling City. Colorado: rington, Montrose; Mattel E. 8 trout. at the man who lives In Idleness. The W. 8. Bralnard. mural question also la Involved In Ouray. Idaho: Wardner. Montana: M. Jacobs. Fad this. A man who refuses to work Helena. New Mexico; A. L. Breed- rannot attain a high moral standard. South Dakota: R. Z. The real pauper la nut the man living ing, Texlco. Bennett, Bereafnrd; C. B. Wllllnmson, in poverty, but the one that does not Watertown. Washington; H. Ham- produce any thing. The pauper may D. C. Pearson, be found mer. among the rich classes where H. D. Ashley, idleness takes the place of work. Stan wood.' Wyoming: Encampment. If all the laiiorlng men should quit work the world would starve In six months, because the country Is only ACTIVE CANVASS that far ahead In supplies. No man can he 4etter trusted than the InborFOR AMBASSADOR ing man and no one ia more interested In good government than he who e e, B. Mond; , siipu-tn- court . commissioner John Ismisiara. c:iTnu:ixlo!er comii-erTt- - K. Clark. Iowa mis; Washington, Dec. confirmation Democratic senate leaders during the rate legislation fight last session of Congress. Senator Bailey, before leaving for Texas a few day ago. told some of his colleagues thal he would nor oppose the confirmation. Senator Tillman announced today that he would not go further than make a few remarks concerning the incidents when the Moody nomination la considered In executive sc':sln. NIPISSING Scramble to Bell STOCK. Takes Place on Curb Stock Market. New York. Dec. 3. - A scramble n sell stock of the Nipisring Minrs company took plan- - on 'he curb stuck market today as s result of the an cm Saturday that the Gugnouncenn-nto cxercire genheim Interests an nptlmi on 4ou,obo share- - of the stock at 125 per shave. A'ter closinv at 31S.7H on Saturday the sb-c- opened today at 19 and within a few minutes dropped do 1C. After about T'V noO shares had changed har.di, mrst ly between $1 and 1d. there wa a check to the liquidation, and t DLiciaL of the : .lames 8. llnr- C. Jud-to- I Clement. tilted 8tates court de-'in- ed Hagerman Bald to Be an Hia Way to j ! ' Itndon, Dec. 4. The Dally Mall publishes an editorial thla morning on the difficulties of the United State with Japanese over the school question In San Francisco. The paper Is of the opinion that In spite of the gravity of the situation, owing to the fact that President Roosevelt haa no power to coerce California, It Is foolish to suggest that Japan would enforce her rights at the cannon's Santa FY. N. M., Dec. 3. Governor H. J. Hagerman of New Mexico la en route to Washington, and It la reported here that the object of hla visit la to combat charge said to have been made against his administration. A bitter fight up on Governor Hagerman was begun after he removed H. O. Bursum. chairman of the Republican territorial committee, from the of the territorial penitentiary. alleging an apparent shortage of BlO.ObA In his snninta. Buraum'a removal waa followed by the ouRtlng of several other territorial official and these have joined In the movement to secure the removal of the governor. Delegate W. H. Andrews and Major W. H. H. Llewellyn, a former officer of Roosevelt 'a Rotieh Riders, it la said, Washington for That Purpeac. i ! Purl-tsnl.- a e t g half-bree- " TESTIMONY IN THAW CASE. New York. Dec. 3. A motion of counsel for Harry K. Thaw that comnilsaion be appointed to take testimony of wltneaaea out nf the state was granted by Judge Newburger in the supreme court today. It will be an and Interrogatory commission will lie of witnesses for both the prosecution and defense. The motion was made by Clifford W. Hartridge. one of Thaw's counsel, who suggested an open commlt-floand named os the witnesses whose testimony U desired Thomas McCaleh and Trnxton Beale, hoth of whom, he said, are In California. teatl-mon- . y ARMY PROMOTIONS. Jgiudon. Dec. 3. The beat system of promotion in the arinv. which has been a much debated question here, as In the United States, appenrs about to be solved In favor of promotion by The report of the commisseleutlon. sion appointed to investigate the subject was Issued today. It unreservedly recommends the abolition of automatic promotion from lieutenant and the substitution of promotion on the recommendation of an examining board. DOWIE IS NOT INSANE. of Chicago. Dec. 3. The friend John Alexander Dowie today denied strenuously the stoile that ihe mind of the former leader of the Zion church haa become weakened. Dnwle's companion, Deacon said, however, that Dowie ha bean very sick and Is sill) far from belag wa guilty or Innocent, but whether the Idaho court could properly be prevented from proceeding in the trial of that issue upon proof being made la tbe circuit oourt ef the United Staten sitting la that atam, that the petitioner ana nM a fugitive from justice and nut liable. In virtu of the constitution and laws of the United States, liable to arrest la Colorado under the warrant of Ita governor and carried into Idaho." After reviewing antecedent deeia-lon- e he aanouacaff that tha principles et forth la them requires an affirm-aae- e of the Judgment of tha circuit court. He concluded: Any Investigation as to the motives which Induced action by the governor of Idaho aud Co tor ado would ba Improper aa well aa trrevwlant te the real question to h new determined. It mual be conrlualvwlv presumed that those officer proceeded throughout thla affair with an evfl purpose end with no other motive than te enforce the law." EVIDENCE CONFLICTS WITH HIS AFFIDAVIT n HOYER-HEYYQO- Worcester, Mas., Dec. 3. Damages lo the amount ot 150.000 each are sought by Wllion H. Fairbank, the state exposition commissioner, who filed palters today In the superior court for civil actions against District Attorney John B. Moran of Suffolk county and Jaqiea N. Perkin, wh? was the secretary to the Massachusetts commission to the Lewis and Clark The plaintiff alleges alun exposition. der. Mr. Fslrbsnk charges that District Attorney Moran, during a campaign speech at Boir.ervllle recently, accused him of theft and forgery In ermner-tbwith the expenditure of the state appropriation to the Oregon exposition. Against Perkin It Is alleged that the defendant. In the presence of Gov. Guild and others at the state house accused thp plaintiff of forgery. At a recent mealing of the executive council In Boston the accounts of Com- -' Rilsaluner Fairbank were approved and the commissioner himself was ex--, onerated on charges of misconduct. anper-Intenden- have been selected to manage the while Chaircampaign in man Burstim alii carry on the work In New Mexico of securing sign tore to a petition for the removal of Governor Hagerman. The principal charge against the governor is that, he haa disorganised the Republican party In the southJOHN THE BAPTIST." west. There are several other charge Doukhobor Who Goes by Thla Name of a minor nsfure In the bill of par-1- 1 volar said to have been filed at Arrivea in Bt. Petersburg. Washington. Governor Hagerman 8t. PeterhlmriR. Dec.. 3. Peter Ver-egl- friends say he may make oenaatlrmal the head of the Doukhobor com- ' counter charge to the effect that the hsa been sysmunity in Canairla. who is known as territorial government "John' the Baptit.'' hss arrived in St. tematically looted foi year by former with Ibe double officials. Petersburg clja-gc- d mlsFinn of ascertaining the attitude of MANHATTAN DEDICATED. the Russian government on the question of the repatriation nf the Duukho-bor- s and recruiting a force of lO.OhO A Large Audience Greets Alaaaandro Boncl. Russian peasant! wanted on two contracts to work on the construction of new roads in the Canadian northwest. New York. Tier. 3- .- The Msnhatten anxwer of the government to opera house. New Yorks newest (heaTh wa Premier in there quex'i given by ler. was dedicated to grand opera to Sfolypin in the course of an audience. night. Tlie opera was ellinl's I said the The premier government and the ainlienre was one of would be glad to welcome the the largest and firt showy that ever bails whenever they were gathered at a firt night in this city. ready to come. They are considered, In opening hla house Oscar he said, as pilgrims who left the Hammeratein Int rodiired to America country during a time of religious several noted singers. Including AlesA curing him that h sandro Bonrl. an Italian tenor, who would net be hampered by the rovem-had b'.jen fcrrsMe-- i as the equal of hi r.t. the premier advised Veregln to famous countryman. Caruso. Others contract laborers In the famine In the cast were Mile. Pinkeri. Mile. . fctrirsen provlnre. Zacra-laM. Vent m ini. M. Ancona. M. Araniondl and M. Mngnoi. JAPANESE EMIGRATION. Bond won his andlcnce with his first aris. trough he appeared s trifle ,1. F. Idsuma. repre- norvouK during hi first act. Together Honolulu. Dec. with Mile. Plnkan. who sang Elvr, senting SaW Frazei. the amalgamation of the Airierlcaj and British ship-;-iii- and Yentnrinl and Ancona, hassri aud firms n Yokohama, whose steam baritone he wa jecatied ship, the Shihaia. is now In port, says half a doxen time after the first act. that there are at least luO.no!) Japa- There ws the usual prcsen'ailnns of nese in .laian ready to com. to Ha- flowers to the ieuir and sopiano. waii. The laboring rlses through- j Bo.ucl yet:nc :i beautiful laurel out the tn'ei ioi portions of Japan are I wreath with :he Italian and Auurlcan colors ai'U'.Ltrd. If tl.o cpia.i-:- t of expected to Dutik-hclior- clUl-dre- n Fairbank Claims That Moran Accused Him of Theft. - Both Bailey and Tillman Withdraw Opposition. 3. Opposition to of William H. Moody to be a. .saoclate justice1 of the supreme court Is not anticipated by hla friends in the senate. It has been reported that Senators Tillman and Ballev would contest the confirmation because nf their belief that Mr. Moody had broken faith with them while act- Ins as representative of President. with the Roosevelt in Paper Bays West Will Be Obliged to Recognize Them. mouth. MOODY. g 1 TO COMBAT CHARGEE. Janan certainly haa no Intention nf pinking a quarrel with the Unltel States, the paper says. America haa been her firm friend in the past. Her rulers will be able to make allowance for the difficulties of America and as President. Roosevelt la certain to meet Japan's requests In a fair und kindly spirit, the incident will pass and be forgotten. Yet. sooner or later, the Dally Mall concludes, the west will have treckon with the fact of Asiatic claims to perfect equality with the westerner. Washington. Dec. 3. The record In the case brought mil the fact that in October. 1904, a special car conlala-Inforty foundling front the hospital. Intended for the neighboring towns of Clift oa and Morencl. Aria., arrived at the former place. The children were In charge of three Water of Charity, hut were turned ever to Ihe local priest In pursuance of a request he had nude to have the seat out. In that request he had said that re a pec table educated Span-la- b families desired them for adoption. Thay were Immediately dletrlb-ute- d throughout the two tewas, hut Instead of being given te re pec table people, a the p float had promised, the American residents of the place charged that the recipients were cf Mexithe lowest class of cans and wholly unfit to care for tha children of whom they ware to become the foster pa rents. They acuordlngly organized a mass meeting and appointed committees to dsvrlse ways and manna, with the result that tha children were one and all taken bodily from their guardian after remaining with them for only one night and adopted by the Americans. The Arlsona courts found much difficulty hi daallng with the caac, but they sustained tbe course of tha rltt-seand endorsed their retention of the children. The Rlatera of Charily, who control the hospital, sought to hare the little one restored to their custody In order that they might take them back to New York. The case acted on todav Involved the custody of only one child, but It has been agreed that the dnchdon in this caae should control In all the others, consequently all the children will be left In Arlsona. The decision of the case turned entirely on the question as to whether tbe personal freedom of tha children had bees violated, and Ihe court held that such was not the cate. Bpeaklng on that point in the cane iff William Norton, on iff the Children, Juatloe Day aald: There waa no attempt lllegallv to arrest the ruatody of the child from Ita lawful guardian while la Arlsona. The eoclety voluntarily took the child there with tbe Intention that It should remain. Through Imposition tha child waa placed In custody of those unfit 1 maintain control nvar 1L It waa within tha Jurisdiction at the court under the circumstances that rival claimants iff the right of custody might invoke the Jurisdiction ot the court of competent Jurisdiction of the territory to determine not the right of freedom, but to which custody a child of tender years should be committed. oum-mon- London London. Dec. 3. Hie government authorities continue actively to canvass the fields of available candidates for the post of ambassador at Washington. In succession to Sir Mortimer Durand, with the evident desire to make the appointment before March in order to permit the new ambassador to meet American public men before the adjournment of the present congress. Among tlioe being considered are Sir Msurice De Bunsen, minister at Madrid, and formerly minister at. Lisbon: Lord Sanderson, for many years permanent under secretary of state for foreign affairs, anil who succeeded the late Ixird Pauncefote at the foreign office, and Sir John Carat, general, under secretary for India and financial secretary of the treasury. Lord Sanderson's pge (he waa born In 13411 and hla failing eyesight, however, render him unavailable. to Give Them Proper Care. Bat-anga- ASIATIC CLAIMS. CENTS Children Were Placed in Charge of Those Who Were Deemed Most Competent o' toll." FIVE CUSTODY OF CH.LDREN Lana-down- Cedra-Woole- PRICE ON I t. -- the PAGES ). Mer-riflel- WILL NOT OPPOSE TWELVE 864.-aO- fifty-eigh- at Hatana. t j'lsiicc 111 Victor S:ra-i- l t1!' ,7 I v n. of Tricing Cruelly. h:-u- Third secretary of embassy Basil Miles. Pcnnsvlitnia. at St. Petersburg Secretaries of legations Charles 8 Wilson. Maine, at Havana: W. M. Ijuighorne, Virginia, at Christiania, Norway; William Helmke, New York, Six Members of Cabinet, One Juatica o' Supreme Court, Several Consuls and Circuit Judges. Sailors Walter d English Authorities Measuring Up Available Candidates for This Important Post. of members present. Representative Hotirke Cockran New York, who recently married Mias hie. was the subject of hearty laughter when hlg personal request that he permitted to absent himself foi tin indefinite period on account of was laid before the houae by 'urine, 'he speaker. After the appointment of the Usual committee to wait upon the president nil Inform him that the houae was or k ,ned and ready to receive any com-- " uiitratinn he might desire to make of interest to the public service, the Imiuic adjourned out of respect to the ti.i'innry of the deceased members. Trent dent Roosevelt's message will In- received latth In the house and sen-st- c tomorrow. No billa were Intro-"icein the senate. Jn the house Wo ( re Ss public measures aud 353 of a private character. 06 fiug-giu- San Francisco, Dec. Members of the crew of iht Arctic wha'.er Herman made complaint today to United T. Devliu States Attorney against ('apt. Walter 8. Yarnum. that he had treated them cruelly sidle in the Arctic early in ICO.1). A complaint wa sworn to by George R. Uaatleman and a warrant for the arrest cf Yarnum was issued by Uuit-eStates Uounnissloner HescocW. The complaint charges Cant. Varmint with having on January 7, 19(55, triced up Castlenian. Harry Reynolds. William K. Noble and William Press-leat such a height that for one their toes could touch the deck only at lntervala. The other counts of the complaint charge the defendant wltrt imprisoning the men mentioned t days without suitable food n and with having severely beaten for China Judge Rebbeus R. Wilder, Missouil: district attorney, Arthur ; marshal, Orvice P--. Bsesctt, I.eonard, .Michigan: clerk, FYank K. Hinckley, California. Minister of Panama Herbert (1. Squires, New Yura. Secretaries i.f embassies Spencer F. Eddy. Illinois, at Berlin; H. P. Dodge, Massachusetts, at Toklo. Second secretaries of embassies George Post Wheelork, Washington, Tokin; Paxton Hlbben, Indiana, ut v Sun 1 e Mi.-sou- prelinii-nari- t. 4. the great audience ntav be taken as of her aucee. first honan ludii-atluor probably would go to Mile Fluke rt. wln carried the area; cpportuulty of her role with vocal and artistic success. Not uuiil the lart act did M. Runci have full opportuuJl) to The wonderful of hia pussltdiitie voice. In hi sceuc witu .l;ii- - Piukert in this act he cained tie house by storm and the sudlei.ee ivmatutnl loug enough tu give the lw.i singer halt a dozen recall after the final curtain. Mr. liamueratMii wa called before the curtain aflei the second act and made a speech. He told the audience tha: he had uu partner, uu boa id of directors aud no oue (u tell him what s that i; was the elicit wuh which to do. but had fulfilled hla ainbiuou in were administered m the colo- building such a magnificent tbeatwr nies. This punishment, he said, was and dedicated tt to grand opera. the indicted upon the native by struugeat of blacks. The unfortunate NEW YORK HORBE BALE. victim wa stripped naked and strapped u a block or cak by the bauds W. H. Raid Faya 19,700 Far Dare and feet and thus flogged. Thrresult Dvil. often waa that tne punished man wa sick and weak for a Dug time. The New York, Dee. 3. One hundred ware sieaker said these Housing horse from Thoms twenty-on- e sometime iuicted upon natives at the and 1st stud farm wood ' orders oi office clerks fur the most W. were sold at auction In Madison trivial offenses. reHerr Dernburg, dlreciur of the colo- Square garden today. The total from the to amounted sale ceipt nial office, spike In defense of the colonial officials. He refuted various Dare Devil, a trotting stallion, waa canes died, aud accused Herr Roeren of misrepresenting the facta. He sail bought bv V. 11. Reid of New York the top price. That Mr. that the eGrman people, alter having for 9,7Uu, over the read the speech of the efuterist lead- Lawasn was disappoint,! known whan he teleer, would believe that the colonial price became were governed by wild aalinala and graphed from Huston authorizing the nut human beings. Herr Hamburg's auctioneer to buy the animal bark at a reasonable price. The return sale speech was greeted with much ap- waa made by Mr. oRid at 1X1.006. plause nil the right which, with the In tha sale of the heavy hernene in hand the of clapping galleries, show horse the black alalllon Gloridrowned the uproar on the left. ous Whirling Cloud, a blue ribbon win ner at the Bosom and National horae NO HOPE OF COMPROMISE. shows of 1900 and 1901, brought (2, ;I5U. being purchased by tha Ttchno'1 All Efforts to Get Together on Bill xnd Grand company of Naw York. Havo Failed. Glorious Had Ckiud, a not bar heavy harness show horse, was sold to James laiudon, Dec. 4. When Ihe bouse of R. McGowan of Mount Biarling, Ky., birds rose, past midnight last night, for 1 1. Still. Glorious Lonnla, a having concluded llte dehate on the old chestnut horse and a blue ribbon report stage of the educational bill, winner (nr several seasons, went to all hope of a compromise appeared Thomas F. Kelley of Chicago fur to be lost and the opinion prevailed, at least among the members of the opposition, that the government woul.l CHIEF JUSTICE DISMISSES CASE. drop the present bill and introduce another at the next session of imrlia-nien- Accused of Illegal Proceedings in the Philippines. Ns important concaasioiia have been made by the opposition, but an amend ' Dec. 3- .- Jn an opinion Washington. ment to clause 4, which may afford extended facilities for ajieclal religious by Chief Justice Fuller the supreme court of the United tales today disinstruction, was carried by 131 votes missed the ease of Felix Garcelon vs. to 45, on a motion made by Lord David J. Baker and Capt, John This amendment. In the winds Col. D. Thompson, officers nf the Philippine of the Marquis of Rlpon, lord of the constabulary. The rate gre worn of exprivy seal. Introduced a vital and waa It abso- the arrert and detnaikm of (leecolaua treme change-tlJrh the military authorities at lutely Impossible for' the government by under the authority of the orto accede and the bishop of Herefurd, tit January 81, the only consistent supporter of the der nf the comnilaslon 19u5, suspending the writ of hslieaa government among the bishop, de- corpus In the provinces at Bataugaa scribed It as a wrecking amendment which would not be looked at by the and Cavite, on the ground the conduct of the Isidronea in those provinces houae of common. to an Insurrection. Several minor modifications of the amounted No process nf law waa resorted to, bill also were carried, but from the aud the rase was taken Into the Philpoint of view of the government the ippine court on petition for a writ measure la now rather wotae thuu of habeas corpus on the plea that the when It left the committee stage In waa In eoatraveftfioa of the conarrest of lords. the house of the United State. The stitution of bill ha the The third reading of the islands held that court supreme It next been fixed for Thursday and ample authority for the suspension of a will be relumed to the house of writ la given, by the act of con-the following Monday. In the the of 1902 providing a government gres meantime the government probably for the The writ waa will call a cabinet council t decide therefore Philippines. dismissed. upon what altitude to take In the matter. SUIT FOR BLANDER. mrti clu-nien- 3. DECEMBER d hour after the opening the price to Rid. The i rad mg a as extritite CRUEL PUNISHMENTS 1) active and excited and many lnriu-lie- r IN GELMaN COLONIES of the stock exchange ileer:ed tiielr trading posts to withe the ex i iiii'li i uifvl the in the street, inhere the brokers joi'ic.l Natives Tied to Peats and Flogged each other i:i a heavy Mhwiorm. With Sticka ter Trifling Until about - VcUick the price a Offcnaea. held In the neighborhood of el a. but at that hour there waa another .ar, break and the price went as i a Berbu. IVe. 3. In ihe rerhalag toflo.90 before ike decline a checked. At the close Nipisatug wa quote 1 day Herr Kueren, the eenterfat leader, his revelati it of colonial llli.121. It as ektimated that Uj.-uui- j iHiida Amid getieial laughter he atare were traded in during the a produced Urge stick snout the tiiick-uday. .,f Huger and. lmg it upon the la nit- of the houae. he explained CHARGED CRUELTY. va:-ll.'- Dec. MORNING, COLDER CASE D IN SUPREME COURT Judge Harlan Announces Conclusion That tha Circuit Court Has Habeas Carpus Jurisdiction, Washington, Dec, 3. Announcing hla conclusion that tbe United States rlrrult court had jurisdiction In the habeas corpua proceeding, Just Ire Har I I Campbell Saye He Signed Affidavit Without Reading lb Haa Forgotten Whe Piweented It Omaha, Dec, 3. An incident of today's seaahin of the Ricbnzdadtom-aioc- h band fraud trial In the United B Loirs district eourt was tha attempt governby the defense to discredit ment wltneaa by Introducing, during his cress enamtoatum. an affidavit aigned by him which ounuradtoted the teatlmuay ha had Jest glean.. The whneae waa Wllltam H,. Campbell f Missouri Talley, Iowa. . In hie geueul lealimony the1 wit-svatold practically the same atory tlisl ban bora repealed by all the who have been aoUclasd to file on lands by the Hull at tha Iowa end, and J. Coco stock at tbe Gordon end of the line. Hie same ganaral procedure iff making a visit to the lands, expense five, and ail filing foes paid for by Huntlngtoa or Hoyt were gone over. the During the witness was asked to Identify aa affidavit ae abo a In which he declared that be did enter the land In good faith and with tbe Inteneioa of living on It. Mr. Campbell admitted signing Ibe affidavit, but. said : "I wish to explain the affidavit, by saying that I am taking up the land In good faith that la, with the Intention at living on it." The affidavit was written with a typewriter aud Mr. Campbell said: The affidavit waa presented to me after written. I did not road It before signing It. The paper wan brought to me by a young man at Missouri Valley. 1 do not know hla name. The attorneys for the government-madstrong object lone to admission or the affidavit ae evidence, bat the mart overruled them end let the affidavit go in. The affidavit further staled that the affiant never saw Tom Hutington to talk to him. During the rroeaexamioation of witness the defense to Introduce affidavits similar to the une made by Campbell, but the government attorneys succeeded In excluding all with. the exception of the Campbell affl-e ael-dje- ra lan said: Ijooklng first al what waa alleged to have occurred In Colorado touching the arrest nf the petit luer and hla deportation from that atate, we do not perceive that anything done there, however hastily or Inconsiderately done, can be adjudged to lie In violation nf the constitution or law davit.. of the United MUtea. He added that the governor of that state had not been under compulsion CAPTAIN PEABODY EXAMINED." to demud proof beyond that contain ed In tbe ratraJltion papers. Hla failure to require Independent proof Enplatoa Hew the Sheridan Wee Stranded. of the fact that petitioner was, as al leged, a fugitive from Justice, rannot be regarded as an infringement of any Ban Francisco, Dec. 3. Urrueual right of the petitioner under the con- currents and uncharted rooks and a stitution or laws of the United State. defective light on Barber's Point are He also said that even If there was tbe reasons asxlgued by Cepl. Thames fraud In the method of removal, there Peabody for the stranding ot tbe transhad been no violation of right under port Sheridan on a iwef soar Barter's the constitution. Point, Onhu island, on the morning contended of August 31. It la true, he added, If not was he by the petitioner, that Captain Peabody 'was usder Invesa fugitive from Justice within- the tigation today by John K. Bulger and warno meaning of the conaUtuUoa. O. F. Bollea, United State Inspectors rant for hi arrest could have been ef bollerB and hulls, and waa quesCollegally Issued by the governor of tioned at length renaming the strandorado. It equally true that even ing of hla beat, after the isuln of auch a warrant Ha declared that the current, which hla deportation from Cahuado It la given In the selling directions as wa enranetent for a court, federal or having a southward tendency, was on atate. sitting la that stats, to inquire that night setting toward the north, whether be was In fact a fugitive and was. during tbe weeka the boat from justice, and If flnunff not to be wa on the rocks, very variable. He to discharge him from the custody of sold alao that the ahoal water where the Idaho ageat and prevent his de- he struck la not on the charts. portation from Colorado. Capt. Peabody said he had taken the No obligation wa Imposed by the Rheridan on fifteen trip scrota the nf United or the law coniilutlon PicHIc. and that he steered hla mmal State upon the aant of Maho an to course. time the arrei of the petitioner and W. C. Knealy. third officer of the ao conduct hia deportation from Co- boat, oorobhoraied tbe captains story, lorado a to afford him a convenient eieciall as to the unusual cuireni. opportunity before seme judicial tribunal sitting In Colorado to test tbe ARRIVE AT TONOPAH. a fugitive question whether he ' from justice and aw auch liable under the art of congress, to be conveyed to Tonopati. Nev.. Per. 3. The enenr-aiv- u of Son Pranrico buslneq men Idaho for trial there. It rannot be contended that the cir- who are making a lour of the south cuit court rifting in Idaho could right- era Nevada mining camps arrived fully discharge the petitioner upon al- bore today by special train during a legation and proof simply that he did heavy snow iilorm. The members of not commit the crime of murder the party waded through heavy snow charged against him. Hia gulit or In all afternoon while visiting the mine. nocefire of that charge la within the The Ran Franciscans were tendered s ezoiualr? Jurisdiction of the Idaho reception at ihe Mlzpsh club and to-state court. The question in the court night were banqueted by the board or below was nt whether the rrcbrscfi i trfiis. u 1 ha-for- e J '