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4 FULL AUVtKIlSE IN THE ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCHES UTAH WEATHER FORECAST examiner ti THE PRICE it charges, it is for THE BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM the examiner iy the CITY THE COUNTY AS WELL REACHES T- - THE CITY. books TION VOL L SUBSCRIP OUR are open to NO. HI are that indictations THERE WILL OGDEN CITY, UTAH. TUSEDAY MORNING. DECEMBER n, TWELVE 1906 AND WEDNESDAY. PRICE FIVE CENTS PAGES and subject to change as regards deOsage nation, blew hi brain out with BESTOWS PEACE PRIZE a revolver last- - night alter a poker tails, was made .at the White House: The siuuuut of the Nobel Peace game. Roger was a heavy kwer. ON THE PRESIDENT prize wll be cunveted by the PresiSuddenly be pulled a check liuok dent to trustees, to he by them used from hia pocket and a.yued one of a the foundation of a fund, the inthe check for the amoiiui of hla toaaea. He hastily wrote two notes, Norwegian. Parliament. Confers, the come of which suall be expended lor one to the bank stooping p;iyn.ent, u confert-iic- r Nobel Peace Prise Upon Rooseat bringing together and another vs hi lather. Thou, to Washington, especially during the sesvelt Through Mr. Pierce. the horror of hia companions, he rose of sions congress representaiues of and pressed the gun to hi temple, labor and capital for the purpose of pulling the trigger aud dying discussing industrial pr blem with Stockholm, Dec. 10. The formal view of arriving at a better undistribution of the Nobel prizes, with the derstanding between employers and the except kin of the one presented to employes, and thus promoting Indus DEMAND EIGHT-HOUDAY. President Roosevelt, took place this trial peace. The President, with their their the recipients receiving will appoint as I ot the consent, Lead. 8. D.. Dec. 10. While there etening. medals from King fund the chief Justice of the Inited aud gold may be a strike ai the Homestake diplomas Oscar J. in Thompson, person. J. the secretary of agriculture, mine yet there 1 a postponement causof experimental physics at Mates, the of couiineice and la ed by the action of 1.5U0 miners at a professor the rniwnlty of Cambridge, Eng- bor, secretary a representative of labor and a meeting yesterday. The strike ques- land, was given the prize for reof capital. The fuml tion iutiif was not put to a vote, both searches into the nature of electric. M representative will be conveyed to the trustees to A sides fearing the consequences. Moissan. professor of chemistry at , h"T. 7 trust for the resolution favoring an eight-hou- r following day was awarded the was adopted without a dissenting me Sorbonne. Paris, iso-- ! in rfments the hu pril(e pu.J?r' nd und will lie submitted to the direc-- ' ltf Prici- nriMhlTmimrche re-! 01 th tend; to receive any uddl- would like to get one or more mem- - tors at their meeting In San Francisco i -dl th element tion which ..a,- at may come ui it by cou- berg of the cabinet who are in close on Tuesday. This is In the nature of h. .nDiP,,km fu. tributioo and iuvest and reinvest touch with the people, carrying an ultimatum, but no further action rnacea to the service science. Prof, pf them; to pay over the income from weight when they explain the policies, will be taken by the miners until n y Cajal and : Golgi of Paris, purposes and sets of my administra- reply is received. Both sides claim a received prises for tjielr works deal- the fund and Its additions to a committee of six. to be selected the tion. victory in the postponement. ing with the atonomP of the nervous trustees, two to serve (or onebyyear, This U the one point In which ! system, and Qiosuo rarducci, profes- two for two years and two for three the present cabinet is not as strong sor of Italian literaftre at the to be three of its as it should be. I do not believe that OUR BLESSINGS THE of Bulogna. Was awarded the years; of labor und three of a finer, abler, more high minded body representatives literature prize. Win the exception chosen for distinguishing serof public servant waa ever gut to-- , CAUSE OF STRINGENCY of President Ruusevtqi and President capital, vice in the Industrial world tor proaether around a president; but there Oorduccl all the rqpipients of the Is no one of them, with the possible and moting rigbteoua Industrial prizes were present, at the distribu- to fill any vacancies whichpeace, may ocexception of Root (who is so busy tion. Industrial and Crop cur in this commit lee by ae lection Activity that He ran hardly ever speak) who LargeCreate Unusual Demand for and appointment In the same manner, can appear before the country with 10. Dec. The Christiana, Norway, Ready Money, in which the committee is originally the prestige of a great political lead-Norgwegtan parliament today con- selected and appointed. nie comer to explain and champion my ad-- ! ' Nobel the ferred peace prise upon mittee of alx to be railed The Inministration, if 1 could st any time President Roosevelf. , dustrial peace commltlee, shall hare fl4 this want I should moat ardently Washington, Dec. 10. Secretary The American minister, Mr. Pierce, of the annual and other desire to charge so. In other words, for Snaw had an interview today with in an speech, thanked parliaprovided for under the terms a cabinet ' place the man should, tf the cankers' committee now in sea- - ment ineloquent the president's name. He said of the foundation; shall receive sugposkjble, be not only eminently fit for skin In the city, and later In the day that words were Inadequate to express gestions tor the subjects to be diie the administration of his department, made the following announcement: the emotion whirh he experideep shall lead the discussion and I have received in the last ten but also if possible a party iradtr of enced at receiving this distinguished1 cussed; weight, and furthermore, it is rarely days an unusually large number of testimonial on behalfiof the president, publish the results of the conference. There shall be an annual conference that one can HU a cabinet position letters fmm business men represent- l8d and tha committee of alx shall he ft8' with reference only to Itself, all sur- - Ing all section, of the country, com- - fw? given authority to call special conrounding conditions must be taken plaining of the extraordinary high JJ8 P?h!J?e ference in rase of great International into account. Now that a Catholic rate, of Interest. I have conferred crisis. The sum paid over to the just at prvsent would not be a man during the same period, by letter, and Pie rcedded Am! trustin' shall be used for the exwhom It would be wise to send to personally, with a large number of L mZminlto hi penses Incurred by them in the perVr wZ?thenhrea formance Germany. For wholly different re a-- banker scattered through the south of their dutiea. It atiall be sons It would not be wise to send him snd middle west as well as In th. 1 piovliled in the term uf the trust t. -- I or to totferM wo, M M that the President of Ine I'nlted Rtatea knew either these facts when I ad- - the committee of the American Bank- - .h- lft h hall fill the v ancles which may ocvacated Bellamy going to Italy. As era' association, now In session in the of trusteea. soon as I mad inquiry to the effect city. These gentlemen represent Chi-ritl cur in the numt-eh both here end abroad of appointments cage, 8t. Louis, New Orleans, Allan-- Jthe estahlTSmMt Dea taESL' to Germany and Italy, I found what te. Pittsburg, Indianapolis, the facta were. In no other country Moines and other cities. From the JJITZXI wortdZhmn ARTBUR BROWNS LIFE would the question of Catholicism best Information I can get I think the BANGING BY A THREAD r .e RAIN CLEARING TUESDAY; COLDER BE BMST01M FURTHER EXPLANAT: BY DESTRUCTIVE STORM R Denies That Either He or Mrs. Siorer Ever Wrote Anything to the Effect That Choate and Porter Were Incompetent. One Man Killed, Many Injured, and Half Million Dollars Worth of Property Destroyed Steamer Palgrave Driven Ashore. no-ice- s ; fr Clucinnatl. Dec. 10. Bellamy Btor- r former Inltled Stuteu ambassador at' Vienna today gave to the Associated Press the following statement In reply to the letter of President Roosevelt made public yesterday: -Mr letter to the president and hia cabinet waa written for the cool, deliberate judgment of men who should be kept informed of the true facta In It the conduct of the administration. was not written for tha public nor hurriedly given te the press to anticiIt stands, when pate public opinion. taken in full, as my statement, and should he taken as an entirety, and as such I ask Its calm perusal. In itself It Is an answer to many things the president has seen fit to sav, but as new matter has been put forward by Mr. Roosevelt, X feel compelled to speak. "There was no need of violent and Insulting adjectives to show that the president dislikes me and did not wish me to remain In the service or to retire from it In any customary way. While the past has shown that few men can differ with either the wishes or the memory of Roosevelt without at once becoming a scoundrel and liar, I must make some comments on what he has given out at the white house. ... it It. tag cant once, able to offer him a cabinet position; but aa thing! are just at this time, 1 do not see the likelihood of such a oondiilon .H.inglh.ve written with. n you to minutest derail, tor I people In our whole party.- - Hla Can ton speech was the moat effective da- -' word, public adrlsedly. He a sick man,calamity a condition which live, me great uneasiness, not be- mus there is fear of hie death, any wt lest he may have to give up hie k here, if he went out I should bare in consider whatever "at the question ofnothing the best getting ' "a (he entire country afforded fpr 'he work necessary to he done. It be that after carefully looking the matter i should conclude that JjeHsmy was the man for tha purpose, be that I should have to oon- F'aae that some one else at whom I no thought at would be f8 ,n present T should be man, and if bound to take him and not any personal preference of a matter so vital - to the 1 do not believe that Sec Intends to leave tha j.T Apartment 1 am aura wuv. ,further thought that Bell- 0'1 be admirable, but In in the' cabinet I JihTe take note of all kinds y 1 ronxtderatlons. Religion In Hla Favor. ... h zi. Of... u .'1' count Bellamys religion ,.f.avnr For a cabinet place, I should like being a Catholicequal. ln the cabinet. I te the navy department exceedingly well aa seo-nknow whether, geo 9ruw.ii h wm,,d be tbF riffbt tence, 1 should like much 8 Pwlflc 'slope man in the -.- hu! ,n 018 !!aTr dtemnnt1 to 'xt v ew EnglandX lo not wish At P unrepresented. who wo,,1!..? BO Fteciflc elope men 9wd'k Pmpetent to All the a : would do n''r " -- Moreover, If poeslble, 1 ZSMus? atnato SSsi -- 5?2h sss.thldPkkV mm. received: Letter te Mrs. Storer. 'Executive Manslod, Washington, Oct. 4, 101. You need never My Dear Maria: be afraid of writing me or asking anything. If it is in my power to grant it I shall do o. If for any ret- sons, whether political in tha narrow, or In the larger sense, I cannot, I hal tell you es frankly. Personal ressnns can never exist when I do nut do anything yon say.. Bellamy vta right about its being needless to write me in order to keep him In Madrid. 1 think of both of you all the time and have gone over saveral ! time, passible plana Flrat, as to the. "The President says: The asser- tlon that I authorised Urn to make such a statement as be says he was authorised to make to the Pope Is untrue. I gave him no such autbortza- tlon. He omits to note that he him- lf told Archbishop Ireland that ha had dona so, and tha lattar of tha latter to me, which I had quoted, Ihave ready to submit with other lettera of what the President told Arch- bishop Ireland relative to hla message through me to the Pope. He says, and it is supported by Mr. Loeb, that he never received my let- tor reporting in detail my vlait to the Vatican. That letter waa written and mailed at Meran. within the Austrian frontier, st my first moment rtop long enough to writ after leaving Borne. The date Is the fourth or fifth of December, 1903, and the letter Is the one referred to by me in my let- tor to the President of January 10, where I say: As I wrote you exactly what I did and said, you may . JSS. oZn Z . , j , ' lf New York and New Orleans 91.590,000 each; Boaton, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Chicago and fit. Louis $1,000,000; Cincinnati, Loniavtlle, At lows: in bringing about the end of the reference wee made to the shooting bloody war between Russia and Japan. affair, hie associate counsel taking the Then, banding the prise to the Am- entire responsibility on hla aide, that erican mlnlater, the president of the of the Bt. Louis Company. parliament asked him to send to Mr. Rooaeveit a greeting from the people and expressed the wish that Mr. Roosevelt might be able in the future to continue his work for peace. 10. Secretary Dec. PREBIDENT NOTIFIED Metcalf of 'the department of com- meres and labor, will ant report tp That Norwegian Storthing Haa Con- - the senate the. result of his Inveail-ftrrsPrixs Upon Him. ration of the Japanese controversy at i Ban Francisco, as requested by reno- Whshlngton, Dec. 10. C. Hnuge, talon Introduced by Senator Flint the minister from Norway, today That resolution called upon him for called at the White House and In- - all letters, telegram, and report, filed formed President Roosevelt that the with his department, In connection Norwegian storthing had conferred on with hi investigation of the aitend- him the Nobel Peace prize. A mea- - ancr of Japanese at pubHe schools in sage to the same effect came from sp Francisco. He was directed to Mr. Loveeland, the chairman ef the , npd the Information, If not incom-Nobcommittee, who conveyed o patlble with the public Interest, the President hearty good wishes and ln replying. Secretory Metcalf saya' an expression f his esteem. that hie investigation was made un- United State. Minister Pierce, at der the authority; and a. the repre-- 1 Christiania, had been tqld of the ac- - aentative, of the President and not tlon of the committee In December 1 in hi. rapacity of secretary of com- end In advising the President prof-me- n Bierce end labor. He said that thu reft red hi. profound congratulation on port submitted by him, together with this well merited recognition of your official letters, telegrams and other great and wise international policy. documents, were In the bands of the He asked that In compliance with the President and no longer In the cusrequest made by the Norwegian min- tody or control of the department of ister of foreign affaire and if agree- commerce snfl labor. He had no able to the President, he be delegated power to comply with the resolution, to receive the diploma, medal and he said, or to determine whether the prise. The amount of money repre- information desired would be Incomsented In the prise i 130,530 crowns, patible with th public Interest, but or 937,127.05. be told the senate that he had forThe following statement governing warded a copy of the resolution to the pmpered disposition of the prize the President for him to take such money, which is said to he tentative action as he thought fiL n Prince Funhimi of Japan and Prince Pulun of China, to Visit America Neat Spring. '' d J" 10. Two for- Victoria. B. eign princes a ref expected to visit the j United States next spring, according to advices received today by the steamer Empress of India. Prince Fuahlml. Sr., of Japan, will land at Ne wYork when returning from n Tiait to England anj will return to Japan via Canada In March. Prince Pulun of China is also coming to America, at lekin decision having been res-ir- .d to send the prince and aulte accom- number of midship-- 1 panied by large and officers from the Pal Yang ! and Nan Yang squadron to the United State, and the countries of Europe to study naval affairs. paper recelvej by the Japenr-Empress' of India today publish dispatches from Pekin that The Chinese emperor being greatly grieved at the Imperfect nature of the adminSHOOTS HIMSELF. istrative lefnrni in China attemnied ' suicide by throwing hji-sel- f Guthrie. Okla.. Dec. 10. A special to commit In a pond in the palace precinPswbusk from Ctpitnl State to the cts. It 1. reported he was rescued follows: of by court officials. a fanner, wealthy T. J. Rogers, y 1 were of flimsy ron ruction and the w hole biiilillug came tumbling down, The walla of the Poodle Dog restaurant. at the corner of Maeon and jeady ai rests, collapsed, destroying the temporary hall of Justice, in course of ounstnKtlon on the si.tc of the old Tivoli Opera House. It will take days, perhaps weeks, to restore the street car system of thla city. This will be made more itfl- eut by reason of the fact that te every iuaunre the overhead trolley came down with the buildings. Policemen were stationed at every wreck to warn people against danger from live wires. At lYiint Reyes, and at Mare Island Navy yard the wind readied a velocity of 00 miles an hour and foam are entertained for the safety of (hipping eking the coast. SUMMARY OF WORK IN SENATE AND HOUSE Simplified Spelling Occupied the tention of the House for An Hour, Washington, Dec. 10. At Minor ' mat- ters oorupled tha attention of the senate during its areidon today. More than a hundred private pension hills were placed cm the calendar, with favorable report. A rewiutloa was adupted calling for the record of the negro troops dlamiseed by the president, prior to the Brownsville, Tex., affair. A few private Mila were pawwd and the consideration of n child labor Mil for tha . . District of (Mumble wan begun. Mewwroi Washington, Dae. 10. The house today begun caaaidwtloa f the legislative, exeeatiTe sad judicial appropriation Mil. No effort waa made to limit the time for general debate on the hill, th dealre of the Republican leaders being to heap tha hill before tha house until adjournment tor' the Christmas bob days. Rlinpllfled spelling held the hottee far an hour, the paragraph In tha bill fining the erthorgrsphJe standing tn some recognised authorities furnished Mt. Clark, Missouri, Mr. Gillette of Massachusetts and Mr. JJTtngstoa of Georgia, an opportunity to express themselves aa tha merit ai (be president's order to the public printer relative to the modified s pelting at 800 wards in common use. Mr. Macon of Arkeaaao, Mfverad a speech oa "Bucket Shops." and la tev-o- r ef hla bill prohibiting gambling te agricultural commodities. The bouse at 3:dl adjawwed until neon tomorrow. Irregular, had been restored on all tbs lines in the city. The British ship Palgrave la atlU ashore, but la reported to be but little Taro tugs are standing by damaged. her snd it la believed she will be pulled off at high tide tomorrow. Caught Under Falling WalL John Ryuehart, a laborer employed at Urn comer of Stockton and Broadway a tracts, waa caught under a fall-lu- g One of hla companion, wall. Adrian Eanlol, waa so severely in- Jumd that hla Ilfs la despaired of. n every section of the burned district ruins wore toppled over. Two frame houses, one at the corner of Washingstreets, the ton and Leavenworth other near Leavenworth and Broadway, were leveled by the gale. The Burnett school waa unroofed, and the roof of tha Derail school was turn off and blown away. Oa the bay the storm was terrific. SECOND AUTOPSY ON Ferry boats, proceeding with oxtraoi din ary caution, wars tossed about unBODY OF BONA GILMAN til scores of passengers were sick. The lower decks Vrere awash moat of the time and occasionally tha creat of a wave leaped oats the, hurricane B reciter Pleads Not QeMtp Olfioi Mara- -' here ef Family to Be d$.k Arrested. th t m Xn Craned l.Sce wive carrying her screamed Women to r leeward. men rushed fainted; and for the Ufa belts and only the advice preand command of the vented injury and perhaps loss of life among the other passengers Double anchor chains did not pro M struck tha UnCuaTTy vesael. cool-heade- d gen-190- " 3 wind. By S oclock this evening the service. although somewhat crippled snd u on another reason entirely than my going to the Vatican to convey his message and his treatment of the matter afterward. He had in the' strongest terms already forbidden me to refer to that matter, and already forbidden be to qnote Mm again in reference to 1L It was therefore quite proper and natural not to apeak of 1L hut simply leave It to him to accept my resignation on any ground he chose, or on no ground at ail, if he saw At The Hurat incilent. te which te 1 principle I waa right, I felt had been wrong in detail and was not afraid tosay so, .Afforded me a perfect opportunlty to tender my resignation out again troubling the President s susceptibilities regarding his message to Rome. If the word Vatican was not mentioned in my letter of resignation, the tecta were in existence within the knowledge of the President, all the eame. It was Are months only before the renominating convention and I wag desirous of avoiding any possible embarrassment to Mr. Roosevelt sny way. This now becomes particular perfldr on my part. In the view and language of the President the United States. As I have said, my origins letter is ns) ly an answer to everything contained in the President's communication to the press. 1 ask deliberate judgment Bn it in reply to whit he has seen At to charge upon me and mine." with-tn,''on'- r J a sneer, was considered differently by Mr. Roosevelt at the time It a J Pr ww Booa elfa to Our btontoga an tha nal caaaa . Hie f the actual stringency in money, Physician Btili Has Borne Hope bvflUieMrnahm recognised everywhere. An unusually Curbed for Hie Rees vary Mrs. Bradlsy large erap and an unexampled Indne- - deep'j Restless. trial activity have created an nnpre- ThZ cedented demand for money. .The STf world is everywhere proeperioua and 5ui to fully ex- Washington, Dec, 10. The life . of money In great demand throughout DreBa mv rrxtltuds power former United fit ate Senator Arthur Brown of Tub, who waa abut by Mrs. Anna M. Bradley In his sot el apartments here Saturday afternoon, to ' the nation which, for the time being night la hanging by a mere thread. facturers HieatotoST The cotton I president. After much thought I Little Hope tor hla recovery is held, staple hsve condued that the best and most 'out by attendants at the Emergency planter, unlike the western termer. to apply the amount of the hospital, but hif physician. Dr. W. P. pri.eU Ub- - Carr, still has some hope that hia paHah at Washington a permanent in- - tient trill uurvlve. Senator Brown' temperature reached 104 tonight and, itllft for tetter IBd more according to hla friends, he la steadily thrtfora doM not e,ulubJ relations among my country. growing weaker, mooe asdoes tto Sto? Mn. Bradley ppent another restless This money should be returned to the IZietoWMSSera6 tohMMai day in bar cell at the house of detenbanka when the planter settles with Thla will tion, and her only thought neemn to be puraulta. eirfjnlturw hU merchant toon after the flnt of out Abe founder for the man whom she shot down. She PurP j.nukry but between now and then c,rTjr coUon consuming country, as well I ,modrn lifa of waa much Interested in the report top?? for work day that Mrs. Annie Adams of Philame cotton producing country la ,niporUnt Justice and righteous peace In the in- delphia, mother of Maude Adams, the sbort of money. na- - actress, had arrived in Washington New England has sent mlilloha to dustrial world as la the world of and had made so effort to see Senator the south and tha manufacturers thsre 1 you ur' Brown at the hospital. She urged the pre lfr TT. exhausted the capacity of local ca of my deep and lasting gratitude matron to send, for Mrs. Adams, debanka andara trylnc to THEODORE claring that It waa important that she pprta0o" wvra. Th i. no as her at once. .term, but I believe there Is occae- - ROOSEVELT. The members of the Nobel oommlt- Assistant District Attorney Given This I have decided nef. wr ,ett,d on ebairs te front of . today announced that If Senator te grant In the following manner I will deposit ten million dollars In ex- - th mlnl,ter. They were approached j Brown Is still alive tomorrow I shall of the parliament, the issue Information against Mn. Bradley foting depositories In the cities y the president of for assault with Intent to kill, and aha Fign affairs whoandIn the designated below to he secured by re-- ! will be given a preliminary hearing in bond, acceptable far savings bank P7,Senof 10 received the police court at once. In the event qnesUons f investmenta unJer the New ha committee the information of hla ( Senator Brown.) death, mu York and aasachuaatto. take? at 9(1 bw con-- , derwlllbechared pe of their cent value pl' per ;the.e deposit. t'17,t foaerelt, who jt A. E. U Leckle, of counsel for Mrs. be returned one-haon the 20th iernd of January and the remainder on the hd authorised the American minister, Bradley, save that he waa retained by Mr. Pierce to receive It. j George W. Bsrtcb, former chief Justice t lit-- 0f February T18 PrM,rt,nt the parllamen.t. j of- the supreme court of Utah, and j will also buy ten millions of tha Gunn.rKBrxi.en made .short siech John UBagly; former attorney bond, of 1907 at the following prices: ln hIch be tJ18 Norwegian eralrt. Idaho, parronal friend, of Mrs. at 101, Registered bonds exinterest mmmmnl national aa- - Bradley. He admits that Mn. Bradley parliament waa the and coupon bonds at 102. In i iv'mitw.'iiw h7.dSTSk.ili . sjpi til. Intrad, at pnwnt to lto position. Of Porter la Frsnoe I hear noth- Ing but the strongest praise. He aeema to have done peculiarly well, It would be an injustice of a flagrant kind to turn him out at the present time. It is of course' always possible ' that m 1ST TO' lltoM tlwu with 'wi r n.,nnr ! 1 . ws San Francisco, Dec. 10 The fiercest atirm that this city has exoeri-enre- d in many year swept over San Francisco today, causing the death of one nian, injuring a score of others and doing damage estimated at half a million dollars. Sectioua of ruined walls weie levblown , structures eled. temporary ihiwn, schools uuj houses unroofed. cellar and basements flooded, street car service Interrupted fur several hours and all activity on the water front suspended. Forecaster McAdle of the weather bureau, tonight said that it waa the severest storm experienced la this part of the coast for fourteen years. At U:2U o'clock the wind reached a velocity of M miles an hour, while off the head it waa bluwlug Bit miles an hour and 2.0 inches of rain toll during the day. The storm abated in the afternoon, but the rain la still continuing tonight. Aside from the dead and injured and the peeuulnary hws sustained by many, the worn aufferera were the inmates of the refuge ramps where wretchedness reigned. misery and Tent were carried away, flimsy temwhile porary cabins blown' down, many of those whirh withstood the wind, leaked badly. At Harbor View where 1,200 refugees are housed in tent aud temporary houses, hundreds were driven out by the storm drenched to the skin. Houses were thrown open to them, and especially women and children taken In and made comfortable. All street car traffic was suspended early In the forenoon by masses of brick and steel which had fallen Into the streets, carrying poles sad wires with them and the danger from the tottering walla swaying In lha high I I'ni-versi- Cortslyou, Choate and Portsr. That anything wna ever written to the president by my wife to the effect that llr. Choate and General Porter were not proper persona to be ambassadors la news to both of us. For both these distinguished men we have met aud have had nothing but respect and good will, personally and officially. It would have been an honor to any one to take any position ever filled by either of them after they ceased to occupy It. And the only feeling possible Is one of regret that both of them hav been lost to the public service since Mr. Roosevelt was As to Mr. foot, the press in 1901 was full of statements that he might not be able to remain In the cabinet on aceount of and would be succeeded by General Porter, which would leave Paris vacant. 1 give in full a letter from the president la answer to what he said was written by my wife. I do this both because it Is a letter for hlmtobeproud of from its full appreciation of public men (apart from any reference to myself,) and alio to show that my wife's letter, to which this wsa as answer, now spoken of only eml-.un- 'veri 1 i ship Palgrave slipped shortly after 8 oclock end drifted onto the rock shores of Alcatns Island, that ahe where for a time It would be beaten to pieces. Two tugs went to her assistance and towed her late deep water. British Ship Palgrave. After the British ship Palgrave, which went ashore oa Alcatraz land, had been towed out Into the stream again, the vessel was a second time overtaken by an unusually heavy blast which carried her and two tuga onto the rocks. At a 1st hour the .hip Palgrave waa still on the rock, off Alcatra. Island. While the vessel la peunding, she ha. not been reported to be leak- ing . The tugs thst had the ecrael In tow have been unable to move her ' again. The hardware store of Joos Brother. gave way from the awful strain nd the building was wrecked. The tentage wll amount to $5,000. Flats, which were being erected at Valencia and BIxteenth streets, sad flats m the name street near Twenty-fourtwhich were tn course of construction. were completely wrecked. The spire of Bt. Peter's church, corner of Sixth and Alabama streets, was carried away. The roof of the Durant school, on Bush and Buchanan streets, met the same fate. Flat on the east aide of Guerre street between Sixteenth and Seventeenth etreets and flat on Church street bet wren Market and Waller, collapsed under the force uf the gale. On Church and Fourteenth streets a two atory building waa being remodeled into stores, making it three stories in all. The supporting pillara aei-me- Dagtoa, O., Dee. 10. The fiwe physicians who performed the second on the exhumed body at Dona Gilman reported that she had been criminally assaulted. Examination of the content of the utomaefe allowed that the last meal she had enton waa g at a restaurant, the contents with the restaurant' MS ef fare. Thla lost fact was conoidseed of supreme Importance by the investigation eActals, hacauae ugeaa its m bet hinges the effect! van era of the arrest today ef the mother and broth er of the murdered girl aad the attempt, thus ter ineffectual to app rehead the older sister on the direct charge of murder. The arrest of tho slater la expected at any moment Th charges against members uf the family. the mother as principal and tho brother end sister as accessories wac made by Constable Willem Hetntzman of Otacinand in a serlra of affidavits filed today. Young Gilman arraigned late thla afteraoon, pleaded not gulKy to the charge end was held for trial tomorrow morning. Mrs. Gilman waa not placed under arrest aa she is in a hospital and la reported te be in a serious condition. In the report the autopsy physicians declare: It Is our joint cancluslon that death waa mused by strangulation. Coroner Kline, commenting on this declaration, said tonight that the condition of the throat, the inner walla of which had been broken down from choking, shewed exactly the condition which would have been produced by the grip Davis declares In his confession he held on the thrust, of the girl until she ceased to struggle. aa-top-sy oerrea-poadln- REMAINS OF TWO. Ithaca, X. Y., Dec. 19. The chan red bones of F. W. Grelle of South Grange, X. J., and W. H. Nichols o( who Chicago, the Cornell students, perished in the Ore that destroyed the Chi Psi fraternity house last week, were found today. . ADVANCE TEN PER CENV. Washington. Dec. 19. Nearly five thousand employees of the Washington navy yard will receive an advance in wage of ten per cent on January 1.