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AUVtK'flSE I.Y ihb FULL ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCHES UTAH WEATHER FORECAST EXAMINER -- on THE PRICE IT CHARGE. IT IS medium best advertising ojTHE THE EXAMINER CITY tACHES THE COUNTY AS WELL THE CITY. OUR SUESCR1P lARE OPEN' TO AD ilON ewOK WEATHER WILL BE NO. WARMER w OGDEN CITY, UTAH. here also, a were three at Siuradz, two at TomawaaiK end one at Loiuz. Three executions hate been going on u cuusunily throughout Friend gentlma-- t super-fluou- s erally that it ha to repeat the daily chronicle of military executions. Altogether, despite the dai'Lueaa of the present martial conditions, the situation has been somewhat relieved by new evidence of the indimotable spirit of the Polish people asserting Itself. MONDAY DECEMBER MORNING. A Present Struggle of French Catholic With Thatof the Free Kirk of Scotland Sixty Years Ago. PRICE FIVE CENTS iqo6 tire on ii.rn, killing Min alinstantly. The circumstances biimMiuding the killing are of a sen national character. most Vatican Again Denounces the French Officials for Making Unwar. ranted Search. KILLS TWO, THEN SUICIDES. Ban Francisco, lice. 16. L in on cots in the Cutiai Kuiergcucy hi pital with death but a few hours on, Hoy Garreuoo and Pearl Uarretson. or Haefner, the victims of Joseph liaefner, who killed himself after shooting the couple in a saluon at. First avenue and Fulton street last night, give different versions of the tragedy. Garret sou, upon being told that both will die. stated that he is nut the woman's husband, and said that she ia the wife of Haefner, the man who did the shojting. According to the dying man tha woman left her husband some time ago and had been Hving witn Garret-soFalling in the attempt to persuade her to return to him and finding her in ouiniwuy with Garret son last night, Haefner faulty wounded both and then commltteed suicide, Tha woman, however, imtignauly denied that she Is not Garretsous wife and declared that she wa married to him several years ago. Rome, Dec. 16. A rommumcaikui issued at the Vatican this evening reiterates the previous statement given ut as to the objects of the French All Man on Duty Except Thirty-sevegovernment as to tha archive in the nuucistuiv at Paris aittr the expulsion of Alonsignor Momaguini wa Portland. Ore., Dec. 1G. The Port- to diffuse false news In uraer to make land Light and Power company, runthe believe that tn the im per ning their cart with double crews, takenpublic were low insinuation of a managed to maintain a desultory ser- money bargain for the appointment oi J vice during the entire day up to ou the stock down, when, to avoid a repetition of bishops, gambling etc. last night's disturbances, all cars were The statement repeats the Vatican's run to their barns. There were a few denunciation of the tactics Incipient disturbances during the day, original the moat serious being In the outskirts employed in securing the papers and of town, where. In a couple of places, especially donouaced what it terms efas due to the the tracks were barricaded and two forts to make appear Vatican o fMgr. of the cars thrown over by the mobs. The negotiation some of the letters which downtown streets were thronged all Monlagnlnl it says really may have been received the afternoon with curiot-Hseekers kept as documents but which no but except attempts by an occasional smd honest man could take as n basis for of to rowdies gang pull trolley ropes, facts that did not exist. Such letters. . the cqn were not muK-stei- . The street declared may even have been! car company declares that only 37 of it Is on sent purpose to llgr. fconiagnlni 'BRYCE TO BECOME Its 673 employes failed to report for in order to havo a dossier ready when work today, and says it will have no the smirch was made. AMERICAN AMBASSADOR difficulty In operating nil Its cars if the With regard to tbs alleged arrangemunicipal authorities will prevent n ment with at the ambassador Spanish repetition of the excesses by hood-lum- a Paris for the care of the archive of which took place Saturday night. the Nuuicature the communication Such States to Bo tho Foregone ConAt the street car men's headquarclusion of tho Brltieh neither the Vatican nor the ters It is claimed that about 656 men say thatambassador Press. to the Vatican Spanish are on strike, and the carmen profess ever thought of communicating wttn to believe that the strike is already ambassador at Parts won. A conservative estimate made Ine Spanish without first entering Into an agreeIxindon, Dec. 17. The first of the tonight la that there are aboht KiO ment. change In the cabinet to impending willing strikers out and about 200 unWith to tha statement pub- be announced la the resignation of J. willing onea. These hitter, it Is be- lished Inregard the National Zellung of Ber- E. Kill . parliamentary secretary to lieved, will take the earliest opportunto hitherto unpublishattributing lin, on ae the India office. He Is ity to Join the winning side. ed portions of the memoirs of Prince count of 111 health and Isleaving abroad going Hohenlobe the declaration that 1 ope t0 upefte. h i understood Walter SNOW STORM. I Loo,X11J "nUu.Ilor Runclman, parliamentary secretary to BahO.OWS, a )IJ0i government hoard, will eue-de- c Kansas City, Dec. 16. The heaviest luring It to be absurd. coed him. It la staled that the Map snow storm of tbe winter is general quia of Rlpon, lord of tbe privy seal, over southwestern Missouri, southeastand Blr H. Fowler, chancellor of the ern Kansas and parts of Oklahoma Durhy iff Ixncaater, will resign, and and Indian Territory tonight. The It Is rumored that Herbert Gladstone snow ranges In depth from two to nix will leave the home office. Kir Henry Much Inches. suffering will result , however, acfrom the storm In certain parts of to the latest political gos-dp- , cording Oklahoma, where n fuel famine prehas decided to remain In the house vails. Tbe mayor of Manguni today of commons In view of a liberal atmade such an urgent appeal to the tack that is about to be made on the Rock Island railroad that a trainload upper house. Everything, however, of coal waa dispatched to Manguni by appears to hinge upon Jemee Bryce's that company. In some plicea the acceptance of tbe post of ambassador enow has changed to rain and sleet, to America. and unprotected live stock will suffer, The British press la now beginning Train are all late. to regard Mr. Bryces acceptance as a -.. foregone conclusion. The Tribune, referring today te the subject, points out. FRENCH SV'JEPATinZfRS that tbe post of anibasador to Wash ingtoa, mtgbt'easfly become the gloat ASsliLLE IN ROHE exalted In the diplomatic aervice, despite contention to the contrary. Tbe paper adds that the poeniblllty of Mr. Endeavor to r"'rees Their Pleasure Bryce's acceptance meets with genat Actli French Toward eral approval, both In England and la Church. the United States. 'President Roosevelt, It la said," the Tribune continues, "has allowed It to be known that he would cordially 16. Thousands of Dee. Rome, welcome Mr. Bryce's appointment. On demonstrators friendly to France and this aide of the Atlantic It la recogu tendencies gathered to of nised that n post no attractive, influnight In the plaata adjoining tho ential and distinguished would be a Fnmese palace, the sent of the French fitting climax to Mr. Bryce's long pule embassy, in an endeavor to express lie career." their pleasure at Frances action to Among the notable rumors concernward the church. ing cabinet changes la one pointing to The whole garrison of Rome waa John Burns for promotion. He is even employed to disperse (he enormous named a the successor of Mr. Bryce demonstfatants and protect the Vatias chief secretary for Ireland. In any can which It surrounded by cavalry Waters-Plerccase he has been ao successful In bis and the bridges to the apostolic pal- Bailey Borrowed From ' $156,000 at One Time. j present place as president of the local All ace, are barricaded by troops. I government board that he la regarded the streets leading to the palace Far-nee-e San Antonio, Texas, Dee. 1C. Ben-- as In ao way unlikely to be promoted. are protected by soldiers with ator Joseph W. Bailey, said relative i fixed bavoneta. KILLED IN WRECK. The demonstrators, led by a doaen to the statement that he had borrow Waters-FiercOil coin-- 1 DonaldeonvIHe. Ia.. Dec. 1,6. Four bera of the chamber of deputies, in- dent of theHi so never persona were killed and two seriously he had that doing pany, cluding prince Borghese, after vainly considered that it collision anything that injured today in n head-oattempting to break the cardon, pure peuple could object vis to. between the cannon ball eapreas and vided themselves with candles, and I have borrowed hundreds of n freight train at a long curve near formed Into a mock proccaalon in tun- thouWhy, sands of dollars from Mr. Fierce," here, on the Tease ft Pacific road. The ing the miserere as an indication of he said, "and I told the people time dead: the death of. clericalism amidst cries and again that I bad many such I, B. D. Allen, mall clerk. of Long live France," "Long live transactions with Mr. Pierce, Woodwurtn of Marshall, Tea., "oDwn toe with and Clemenoeau," "1 onoa went to him to borrow $156r ' express messenger. Vatican. 000. I knew of some securities I - Negro mall messenger. Deputies Costa and De Felice tried Negro tramp. Now ?'ShSLd'dSK. pop"' but tl,e pol,c The engineers and firemen of both saw the approaching collision trains V? bu't The de'mon.tratl,. occurred near and escaped jumping. The boiler the monument to Giordano Brunch. uri7 of the freightbytrain we5my blew np, scattermonk philosopher, who was I paid money back to Mr. Pierce and ing bnllng water and bit of irou and alive a victim of religious Intoler- made several thousand dollar on the adding to the terror of the passengers. ance. Many of the passengers were paindeal, himself made Costa finally Deputy "The attorney general'! office did fully bruised. heard. He raid: not need to go to the records of Mr. J "Before this monument to Bruno, of Pierce DINNER. COMPLIMENTARY to know that I had borrowed ns our send free thought, let applause money from him. I could have told to Prance for this great people them that The voucher printed by j New York. Dec. 16. A compliment-a- r the traditional obstinate the dylnner was tendered tonight at attorney general showing that I moth-eatecleristruggle against the received $1,500 from H. C. Fierce waa tbe Lotus club by the members of that calism. n record of n loan when I wished to organization to 8t. Clair McKelway, editor of the Brooklyn Eagle. Among buy horaea. MASON EXONERATED. the, speakers were Oscar 8. Straus, the newly appointed secretary of comTAX UNCONSTITUTIONAL. merce mid labor; Alton B. Parker and Seattle. Wash. Dec. 16. Exoneration r of the of Capt. P. H. Mason ms-teAtlanta. Ga.. Dec. 16. The occupa- Dr. Henry Van Dyne of Prlnreton. steamer Jesnle, which sank the Dir. tion tax waa declared I)r. Van Dike took occasion to exand revoklilg the license of Captain by the atate supreme court today. The press hla gratification that the wonPercy A.' Lermond. master of the lat- decision was rendered In the state vs. derful English language, not n cerntlon ter vessel, was the finding of tbe the Southern Bell Telephone and Tele- of the moment, but growth of years. United States Inspectors who Investi- graph company. The decision, it 1 ) could net be reformed aa to lit will eause a lose of $150.- - Ing or Ita construction by tbe single gated the disaster. It was held that the Jeanle clearly held the right of Otifl annually to tbe state. The law act of any committee or inNtitutlon.'' way, and that the sinking of the Dix required afl express, railroad, telePROTEST AGAINST BUDGE. ' was altogether due to negligence on phone or telegraph companies doing the part of those handling her. business in the state to pay Into the The practice of stemhlp compa- state treasury a sum each year which Boise, Ida., Dec. 16. A protest nies in compelling tbelr captains to added to Its regular property ami against the election of Alfred Budge, act as pursers, thus taking them away franchise taxes, should make the en- Republican, aa Judge of the Fifth disfrom tbelr duties, waa severely cen- tire amount equal to 1 per cent trict has been filed in the district I court of Bannock county. Btidge'a sured by the Inspectors. uf Its gross Income. I election la contested on the ground 1 that he L n Mormon, and, therefore a SHOT TO PIECES. AUTO CRASH. I believer In polygamy, although he Is excess of Culpeper, Va Dec. 16 William F. not charged with having Washington, Dec. 16. Representala baaed upon tive and Mrs. Nicholas Long worth Bywsteri, a prominent citizen ff this wives. The complaint which were occupants of an automobile county and well Known all over tne a clause of tbe state constitution encour-r- f which crashed Into the station plat- country as a fox hunter add breeder forbids anyone to vote who crack hounds and horses, wss lit- - sges or practices polygamy, patriarchform at Chevy Chase, a suburb, today. erally shot P plee-- a tonight by Jan. al vt celestial marriages. Be; ond a severe a!. thing up. the occu-pa:.were uclnjitrel. The machine end Phillip Fturthere, who live at ' Rriherwood," Hires mile from this as slightly fl3inired. ' place. :45 Ti heron, Dec. p. m. The Mr. Bywatem secured a marriage KING OSCAR. ceme tM morning and waa niairied condition .f the shan is unchangel Stockholm. Dec. 16. A bulletin is- - to Mis V'ola Strother, dfiti shier of All Mlrza. heir apparent t !ie throne, John R. Sirrl.t-rs- . j trrived in Teheran at 3 oclock thU fed at 11 oclock this morning, the late Colonel met outside the save: and sister of ihe two young men wao afternoon. He waswar aib minister : city by the Persian "Flng Eecar slept about five hour, later killed him. After the wedding Mr. Bywatera Em Saltanoh. and brought reports of but hia rest was somewhat disturbed. and the condition of attempted b leave the Strothers, Ihe ahnb. who welcomed him. and the (wince where .f the brothers of tbe j set her they drove and unchanged. His heart's ii water Her I they now are with lue suah. bride oujeried. some hat irregular. n. France, in one word, are fighting the battle of Christendom and should have the sympathy of eiery Christian, no matter what hla denomination, or .any church which owns property or endow-attemment for public worship and for the dispensation of charity according to its own light. York, Dec. 1G. Archbishop M Fhrley of New York today jdhn on acre out the following statement France: in controversy church me "Here in America, where there In-Ismade by the atate to terfere with the various religious the people are naturally d'suosed to condemn clergymen who, bebvdeclinlng to comply with the hest of the government, expose to a charge of rebellion against In the authorities of the land. But order to understand the refusal of the Roman Catholic clergy of France to fill the requirements of the new law of separation, it must be explained that the provisions iff the statute In question demand the consent of the courch and of ita ministers to tha alienation of all the property that has been bequeathed and donated them to he held In trust for religious ami philanthropic purposes. It la property : which thev "do not derive from the overnment but from tha munificence the pious, and of which they are aerely the trustees. An Illustration. Tha situation created by the new lav of separation, which la the cause of the present crisis In France, Is as If, for instance, the legislature of New York were to enact laws compelling j the trustees of the Trinity church cor- - j pnratkm, under the penalty of eonfla- j ration, to give their consent to tho alienation of all its vast property to other use than those for which it was Intended, and to transfer ita administration and control to people who might either belong to rival denominations or even profess atheism. It D as If the legislature of New York were to enact a statute requiring the Cithnlic church, under the penalty of the confiscation of Ita property of one kind or another, Jo consent, to . the transfer of the management and con- - j trol of Its sacred edifices, seminaries, rectories, hospitals, protectories and other educational and charitable lnati-- . tutioni, to associations in which not. Catholicism merely avowed foes of among the Protestant denominations, but also agnostics and scheming politicians, indifferent to nay kind of belief, were in tbe majority. Americans Would Net SubmIL Were inch laws to be enacted by tbe stale of New York the clergy and trustee administering the property of tbe Trinity church corporation, and tbe clergy nd trustees invested wlta tbs direction of the property of the Cithollc church would be prompt to nfuse obedience, not only on religious grounds, but also by reason of conviction that compliance would Involve n fag rant disregard of their moral and rate rial obligations as trustees. They would kmk upon the law In question at Iniqultoue and unconstitutional and would therefore consider themselves Justified In doing nothing to exprees their submission thereto. it Is Inconceivable to tbe American people that the legislature of Ned' York, or indeed of any other state of this great and free republic, should tnact any such laws of virtual spoliation. 'Yet that Is precisely what the French government has done. What New Law Requires. In a word, the new law requires of the church the alienation uf all Its Property to boards of laymen, In the election of which It has virtually no choice; ihl hoard to have full end Perfect control not only over the funds but ven over the religious edifices M over the exercise of divine worship itself, independent of pope, bishop and canon law. The property nt stake consists of thou; M.OOO churches (of which less than have been built with the aid of state or municipality) , and the property accumulated by means of endow-Bent- s and legacies during the last hradred years, since the last confiscation of rhurch property at the time of roe greet and amounting revolution, to considerably over $100,000,000. Only portion of this vast property la destined for ecclesiastical purposes. the purely great majority of the fundi wir destined and used for purposes Of this charity and philanthropy. property the clergy are tbe trustees bv virtue of the conditions under nich It wra bequeathed. Their of the new law and their jronsfor of this property of treat to f associations and cultuellea would lenate forever the estate of. the burch in deference to an Iniquitous wfl'ch may be repealed by another RELIGI8US SERVICES. PASS OFF QUIETLY Rowdies in a Faw Instances Entered Churchaea With Hat on. But Were Quickly Ejected. Parle. Dec. 16. The serious disturbance that it wu thought would enaue on this, the first Sunday under the law separating church and aUte, were not realised. The services la this city in particular passed off quiet- ly . There was a notable increase In the alee of the congregations and in them were large bodies of men who were determined to forcibly prevent the interruption of masses by fuw-- . wies. There were only n few cases where rowdies entered the churches wearing their hats and they were promptly ejected and arrested, Reports from the provinces show that there was great excitement nt Large processions many places. chanting psalma, accompanied by Lie clergy to and from the churches. Counter demunstratlona took place in several cities, notably Perpignan and Amiens, where the Catholica and free-thinkers came into collision, necessl- who tatlng Interference by the police Kev-, quickly dispersed the caowds. era! of tha demonstrators were m- Jared.- - Bishop De Bray, while recelv- jpj the official notice' to leave - tha bishopric of Manx this morning, suffered n violent nervous shock and fell unconscious. Later, however, he recovered. j MUTINOUS Constantinople, Dee. 16. y. time-expire- d Indians. declared that without the Tllten consent of the clergy to the Nt' hi! ah ment of these .hoards at as- relations and cultuelles, and without Msfer by the clergy of the prop- the church to these bodies, ;rere could not only be any public ex- of divine worship, but there d also follow the confiscation cf wcd edifices, the rectories and the ?w ewlralawlcnl property by thy There - no quesfou of the diffori brinM-- a ' noB ;ja:ionF. lhP varloucudreligious the R churchh?1 bJSS- Andes Among Cambridge. Mesa., Dec. 16. One of the must Important ethnological expe- ditions In the history of Harvard will leave tomorrow under tbe leadership of Dr. W. C. Baradoe, for South America, to make an Investigation among the Indian tribes of the Andes mountrins. The genera oversight over the exoe-ditioIlea v lth Prof. Putman, profra-o- r of American archaeology and ethnology nt Harvard, whi.e the expense will be met by an interested graduate whose name ia not disclosed. The party will go by way of the Isthmus of Panama to Molcndo. Peru, and thence to Aruqulpa. where permanent headquarters wyi be made and from which place reports will be sent from time to time to America. unl-versl- n I Aristide Brland, the minister of rwitltin i France, and the author d executor of this Iniquitous law, r EXPEDITION. e Make Investigation P'rliniiietit. V,ing ViMlTr A serious disturbance occurred Tiers on Sutur-daSeveral hundred martnea from the naval arsenal made a mutinous demonstration in an old abandoned cemetery behind the American embassy, demanding their arrears In pay and their discharge from the colora. A number of naval officers unsuccessfully endeavored to appease the men, but were atoned and otherwise apiatreated. A number of personal encounters resulted and one officer, drawing hla sword, wounded three mutineers, while Vice Admiral Ahmed Pasha and aide de camp from the naval ministry were rather badly Injured. After the demonstration had lasted three hour, an officer of the Kiosk arrived on the ocene with the promise that the men's demands would be granted, whereupon the gathering quickly dlspened and returned to Quarters. During the demonstration the public hel dnloof and neither the police nor the military Interfered. During the interval there waa much agitation nt the Ylldia Kiosk. The sultan, who was greatly disturbed, repeatedly Issued fresh instructions to hla ministers. Such occurrences hare been frequent In the provinces, but disorders hitherto have seldom been sen In the capital. ETHNOLOGICAL - Vk,fluirw te Campbell-Bannerman- . t. Demand Their Wagaa and Discharge from Colore. . Briand's Declaration. MARINES. anti-vailca- " e 1 e n trT m7! wl n uncnn-tltutlon- al 2 ' Revoutiensiy Movement In Poland tirely Subdued. Warsaw, Russian Pofnd. Dec. 16. Reports received from points through-- 1r out Russian Poland show Ihst the gov-ernmenta policy of firmness has been successful In subduing tbe lent of the smoldering sparks of revolution. . This resut waa accomplished at a terrljl. the number rest to tbe Pojt-- h at . thou-ri'of slctls bem oecome ha B.iscxs ihe tnd-- r Md industries in nmwesare d.splr.ted and a state of poverty.from OzniTOohnwa. today 'whU is typical M'fhtow. rtewt. have thiS pe-trl- rfa-mt- a:-ja- ws nl ts 16.-6- 11- A ; w TUESDAY; TUESDAY. otetii-..- i SINISIEk PIKPOSE PORTLAND STRIKE. Compares Church 17. FAIR dim bed to the naif and endeavored to est'uiK1. James and Phillip t?iroth-cr- s 1 SEARCH WAS HADE TOR e Ve AND MONDAY v VOL III ARE THAT THE INDICATIONS im We Cannot Afford to Wait for War Before Completing Our Mine Defense, But Must Be Prepared Beforehand. Washington. Dec. 16. "Doth the coast and the field artillery are badly deiicienti n both personnel and material: neither Is In even approximately propei- condition for instruction in time of peace, much leas in condition for reasonably efficient service in war, and the time necessary to put either in the latter condtllou is not a matter of day or week, but. iff year." Brig. Gen. Arthur Murray, chief of artillery, thu summed up the condition of hi arm or the aervice in hi nuual report, made public today. He says it cannot be too. strongly urged that appropriate legislation he obtain-e- d to make good tbe deficiencies and to correct the defects referred U. Tbe total coat of the present system of coast defense of the United Stale to February 27 last, Gen., Murray nays, was 672.750, 306, and tbe estimated eoat to complete the defense of the United States, including estimates for ammunition and cost of supplies, etc.. Is $50,070,330. The deduction 'la made that clearly more than half the work of coast defense has been completed. The three elements of defense most needed, and which will secure the greatest measure uf public safety at tbe least coat, Gen. Murray aaya, are the completion of the installation of the Improved system of range and position finding for all guns and mirrtara mounted; the providing or necessary searchlights for harbor defense at night, and the completion uf the submarine minee equipment of all fortified port. Our Insular Porta. "The proper defense of liiaular porta and the entrances to the Panama canal, It la estimated, will cost $19, 873.KP6 In the cane of the former end .. .. . $4JI27.GI2 for tho latter. Tbe value of the submarine mine aa an element of harbor defense, Uea. Murray says, fine been demonstrated, end As maintains tbe. view f bat. the system adopted by the United States army is practically perfect as a war weapon. Being under complete electrical control from the shore, he aaya, a line of mines may be rendered instantly destructive to an enemy or harmleaa to patting friendly veaaela. Therefore, he adds, having ao many guna and mortars already mounted In the United States, H la believed that the greatest amount of harbor defense at the least coat ran be procured by the completion of the mine defense of all fortified harbors of tbe United States. "We can afford, however, General Murrey further states, "to wait for war before completing our mine defense, but must be prepared before, hand." But even then, he says, e complete equipment would be of no use unless there were a trained personnel te plant the mines, maintain them Intact end explode them at the proper Instant! n action. Combination Uneound. The desirability of separation of coast and field artillery, Gen. Murray aaya. la moat prevalent. He ssys: "Tbe combination of the coast- and field artillery Into a corps, aa hi new dune. Is not only unsound na n military principle, hilt the frequent Interchange uf officer between these tactically unrelated arnia In considered to be clearly detrimental te the efficiency of both. If a reasonable standard of efficiency, he aaya, la to be maintained by the artillery. It will be necessary to provide additional officers and men for the purpose of manning tbe submarine defense. He contend that a legimentkl organization should he provided for the field artillery, and finally that certain new grades ahould le provided with appropriate pay connected therewith for export enlLted men of the coast artillery. Pointing out that It will require 2,278 officers and 55,110 men to provide one relief for all the cosat defenses constructed and proposed In the United States, at the entrances of the isthmian canal and in thel Insular possessions, Gen. Murray remarks that under the present system it would be Impracticable to furnish tbla number. Therefore, he ways, attention must lie directed to some plan that will supply, at tohe outbreak of war. tbe dfdldency from the old militia. He thhika that clas of artilmost of the lerymen may be tbua supplied aa well at a number of second clues expert artillerymen drawn from these force In tbe states, would give special training to its guardsmen In cosat artillery duties. attention until fully recovered from hla remarkable At 6 o'clock tonight twelve feet of hard granite stood between the miner and hie freedom. exiM-rienc- URGED TO REMAIN. Liverpool, Dec. 16. The congregation of Pembroke chapel la strongly urging Rev. Charles F. AkeJ, lu pastor, not to accept the paMorato of tbe Fifth avenue church in New York Clty which waa recently tendered him. Dr. Aked aa!d today that he hd nut finally dorlded what he would do, but aald that monetary considerations would in no way influence him. He had not been offered $25,000 a year, be aaid, nor half that aum. OUTCOME FAVORABLE TO CATHOLIC CHLRCH Archbishop Believe Coro prom las With French Government Impossible, Has Faith in Final Result New York, Dec. 16. Archbishop J. H. Bionic of New Orleans said today that he believed that a compromise between the Catholic church and tha French government under existing run t ions la impossible. He aald fur- ther: "I believe the final outcome will be favorable to the established order of things and 1 hive that no far distant date the republic In g France may be replaced by a republic and that all ' inhabitants may learn tha aolomn .lesson of hla lory, that all altompu, no matter how InsidthNialy and cunningly made, to rob man of religion and hla rights, without which .Ufa Jieoames a .curse, pell supreme felly and failure. Reference made to liberal French Catholica la a dispatch .from France are entirely wrong and should bo branded aa a vile misrepresent ting eff facta. Those whose names are mentioned In this ounneetJua are well know n In France for tbelr bought to tho aim .and end iff the French government campaign and they are simply wear Ing the mask of hypocracy for tha purpose of entering the fold, then spreading confusion there and working out under false oover the nefarious schemes of their governmental employers. g God-fearin- , antl-Chrlatl- SEEKS COMMUTATION. . non-expe- NO RELEASE YET. Man Entombed In Wait Several the Mine Must Hours Longer. New York. Dec. 16. Tbe World to--' morrow will say: Albert T. Patrick, under sentence for tbe murder of Millionaire Rice, has signed n petition to Governor Higgins lagging him to commute the . death eemence to life Imprisonment. The final appeal to the governor waa signed bjr Patrick In the death bouse. It I not believed the document .has been presented to Governor Hlgglna yet. John T. Mllllken, brother-in-laof Patrick, who has spent a fortune to save hla wifes brother from a felon's death, la tbe one who Instated that Patrick should aak clemency, DENOUNCE Washington, Dec. FRANCE. 16. The Ancient Order of Hibernians of Washington today adopted resolution denouncing France for the action taken In the con-- , troveray with the Vatican. The confiscation of church property was termed "downright robbery." J. Bprn-tea member of tbe Australian parliament, who addressed the meeting, declared that the people of Australia aspire to Independence and in the end expect to occupy the seme position In the Orient aa the United Statea holds on the western continent. n, APPLICATION REFUSED. Oklahoma City, Dec. 16. Upon re- ceipt of a telegram from Washington advising that a negro applicant nt the United Statea naval recruiting station here was a member of the Twenty-fiftbattalion. U. 8. infantry, discharged for participation in the Brownsville h (Tex. I riots, IJeut, Gault Cole today refused to accept the negro's application for enlistment! n the United States navy. Tbe negm, whom name la withheld by the officer, first claimed to have served In another regiment uf the army. OFF FOR COPENHAGEN. Berlin. Dec. 16. King Haakon, Queen Maud and Crown Prince Olaf started today for Copenhagen. rehe Bakersfield. Cal.. Dec. OO lease of Hicks, ihe miner who ha O been entombed In n mountain of gran- O O ite nt the work of the Edison Elec- o 4 tric company In the' Kern river can- o yon since n week ago last Saturday, o Engineer Killed and Fireman ' O o O was pot effected today Z was planO ned. end the officials In charge do not o Canton. Ohio, Dec. 16 Penn- o expeet the drift to be completed until o late tomorrow night or Tuesday morn- o sylvania flyer, cast bound, due o o in Canton at 9:35, collided with o ing. ' Under tbe direction of the com- o a Wheeling and Lake Erie o The o pany'! resident president, arrange- O freight near here tonight ment for caring for Hick after he is O freight engineer waa killed and o the fireman is dying. Fortu- o rescued have been made. Tbe miner nately the flyer waa Tunning o will be blindfolded and then placed hwly. None of (lie passeng- o on a stretcher which ten employe will o ers waa injured. carry through six rallea of the como pleted tunnel to the companys hospital, where he-- will be giveu consimu 16.-T- 000096000000 000000000009 .