FULL ASSOCIATED IN THE pKAMINER j UTAH WEATHER FORECAST IT IS . eaiCE IT CHARGES. MEDIUM 4J L ADVfiRTlBING THE EXAMINER AS WELL Te,TY. THE M jyOL'n llACHES SUBSCSIH- - ;eMN.T0W OGDEN TODAY That Unless the Trainmen Declare Govern- UNION PACIFIC That the Strike March J9.-W- h.thcr cm-thcrei to be a atrike ot the of the to the train aervfce me.tr Fvfrtem railroad depend on a moru- tomorrow here held L. to ha beta.cn two of the aovernmeirt of the , fficui, and the reprcenUtive The meulr and the rallroada. IIBi about by the general :i4 WM brought uf the manager who railroad, for a aettle to Washington of the difficulty under the act. piwided in the Erdmann be repmmnted The government will the hvSiartin A. Knapp, chairman of aitd militate commerce commission,of la-- , P Neill, cunimLsIimer chairman of ,,iie ofC. K. Brown, will be the board manage, and for the railroad .nukMman of the orand Chief P. H. Morrinsey Chi-i- l alia)' trainmen' union and run.luctor A. B. Garreteon of the organization will look after Term ibe latereat of the men. Before leaving Washington today for Chicago on their mission to bring about the adjustment of tha trouble -Yensra. Knapp and iiy conciliation, Neill had the assurance of both that everything lntereatg would be done pos-u- hi a to prevent strike. The name stumbling block that presented the railroads and the men from roarblng a peaceable settlement still remains, however. TIN railroad to night declare that they have conceded everything they possibly can, and the union representatives are uat as In their declarations that further concession will have to be made meeting will by them or tomorrow us a failure so far as preventing n strike is concerned. Qoth sides held separate meetings lousy, bnt nothing new developed, as r was the general sentiment among h, representatives of the men that nothing should be done until the govrat-lihat-fc representative had an to try and settle the trouble ernment by mediation. The Brotherhood of Locomotive Flrrment and the railroads are still .tying to settle their differences, Denver Is Worried. Denver, Col., March 29. Officials of the Colorado Manufacturers' Association and the Denver Chamber ot Commerce received telegrams fro iff Chicago tonight expressing the belief that amicable settlement of the difficulties between the employee of the western railroads and the general manager will be had. The telegram ere In response to appeals addressed to the Illinois Manufacturers Association to nae every Influence to prevent a general strike. One addressed to Charles I). Griffiths, president of the Colorado Maniifartiirere Association, from John M. Glenn, secretary of the Illinois Manufacturers' Association, reads: "Have your telegram. Rallroadpeo-plfeel that an amicable arrangement all) he made to arbitrate the differences." CITY, to Be Over Chicago, March 29. Attorney HenCrawford of thla city announced toan ry 16.3 increase of 2.766,863, or 168, that bill in equity, on behalf of day per rent, over that reported at the' the Crocker estate company ot San twelfth census. Francisco and Thomas H. Hubbard ot New York, has been filed in the cirFOR INDUSTRIAL PEACE. cuit court at Austin, Texas, asking that the Southern Pacific Railroad Washington, March 29. Five of the company be restrained from pay lug seven trusieea of the foundation for dividends upon Its common stocks the promotion of Industrial peace au- amounting to (4,000,000. thorized by recent act of congress, to The court is naked to decree that take over and administer the (40,000 the Union Pacific railroad's control Nobel peace prise, awarded to Presi- and operation of the Southern Pacific dent. Roosevelt, and which forms the system of railroads la Inconsistent nucleus of a fund whose income is to with natural competition with the be uaed in bringing together in Wash- Southern Pacific between Ban Franington representatives of capital and cisco- and New Orleans, contrary to labor with a view to arriving at a bet- public policy and in violation at the ter understanding between employes laws of the United States and the and employers, met yesterday and per- law of Texas." a permanent organisation. fected The bill asks that the court enjoin Those present were Secretaries Straus Union Pacific company and Us and Wilson, former Mayor Seth Low the and agents from hereafter votof New Tork and Thomas G. Bush of officers on any stock of the Southern Paing 'Ala., Birmingham, representing the cific Railroad company, or exerclajng general public, and Martin A. Hughltt, any direction or control over the of Chicago and Northwest Southern Pacific or over Us finances, president ern railroad, representing capital. the Galveston, Harrisburg The absentees were Chief Justice including A San Antonio company. Fuller and John Mitchell, president of It is said by the complainants that. the United Mine Workers of America. Chief Justice Fuller was elected pres- In order to fully protect the hens aud mortgage ident, Seth Low treasurer and John priorities of the second court must "west division bonds," the Mitchell secretary. Those elected to be members of the either appoint a receiver for the west"International peace commission" of ern division or direct the mortgage and nine required by the act are as fo- trustees to enter into possetrion operate the linen trader the direction llow: On the part, of the publie. Archbish- of the court. The complainants say they hold op Ireland, Marcus N. Marks of New York and Ralph M. ESasly of New Tork. more than (2,000,000 at the total of On the part of the employers, E. H. (6,354,000 of aeeond mortgage bonds Garry, chairman of the finance com-mtt- of the Galveston, Harrisburg A San I?. 8. Steel corporation; Luiaua Antonio company, and aver that the Tuttle, president of the Boston A interest and sinking fund installments Maine railroad and J. Gunby Jordan of past due amount to (2,500,000. They claim that. Inasmuch aa the Southern Columbut, Ga. On the part of the employes, Sam- Pacific assumed and agreed to pay the uel Gompera, president of the Amer- Interest and sinking fund Installments, ican Fed eaton of Labors Daniel the bondholders hare the right to enKeefe, president of the Longshore- force their claims against the Southmen's association, and Warren 8. ern Pacific. It la alleged In the bill Stone, prealdent of the International that the railroad paid Interest on Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers. bonds and declared dividends when - The meeting was suspended In or- they should have paid the Interest on der that the trustees might take the mortgage bonds and the - court la luncheon with President Roosevelt. asked to decree accordingly.- SCHMITZ TRY8 TO FORCE Startling Announcement Made By Detective Shoot Ruef First Are Orders If Burns Attempt to Rescue Boodler is Made. Millions. Washington, March 29. The live leading cities and their estimated population in i96 are as follows: New You,. 4.119.045. ChlMtgij, J .049.165. . 1.44i,735. Ihlla.lrlphU, s'. Iuiis. 649.320. Boston, 602.278. bo-fo- The report presents the census of ion; 0f the fourteen itates making an fntcrdecennial enumerator. together with the estimate of I'f'jMilstini! of these states for 1904 and "o ur. of the remaining etste and rrit.i; leu 1904. 1905 and 1906. The taking a census In 1905 are r .nrl'la, fowa, Kansas, Massachusetts, M.ntn-sots- , ew Jersey, New Tork, oith Dakota. Oregon, Rhode Island, 'onh Dakota. Wisconsin and Wyorn- ,n Mlrhlgan the census Is taken in he jesrs ending with n 4." The l'PiiIa'Inn returns for these Staten r 377, an Increase since 1900 re-tit--nr I fr i111 ,r:r'2. or 7.8 per cent "inaii.ir.g states and For the territories the 1905 as determined by he m thd of estimating adopted by e bureau f the census was n increase over 1900 or 4,174,-4 "r per cent. population of the fourteen making an enumeration, If estl-- f : ln the same manner, would be ',2, a difference of only 0.2 per n from the actual returns. .I1! . Population of Continental U. B. 0 obtained by adding to the 'VllR "f the states which took a hsijs in that year the estimated the remaining states and I T 92.575.193. an increase L v', t 6.579.620. or 8.7 per cent Pld growth of urban popula-"- ? , The total esti- J noteworthy. Population of Incorporated Pn0 or m nre Inhabl- tin.!, V,n9 P'P. anon for f ' pop-iTn,- of 0f f lr--- .l V" 'vrr c i Tv-irm- oe 1" l'J-- t. wVIe ' -- he - o- "p. - -- ". ii i lo.i showed an increase of or onlT 8 Per cent , a tjjnuTa-ex- d isiv . San Francisco, March 29. No meetof the grand Jury being held today, a pause va given In the bribery-graf- t investigation so far aa official action was concerned. Tomorrow the grand Jury expects to conclude, at least temporarily, Us Investigations Into the alleged bribery of eighteen supervisors by the Pacific States and Home Telephone companies, to which, according to the prosecution, seventeen of the eighteen have already confessed the Inquisitorial body. The investigation of this subject baa rerutted In the Indlctjnent of various corporation officials end several members of the municipal administration. It ia the understanding that no more indictments will be returned thla week. On Monday the grand Jury expects to rrtumo its investigation of the alleged bribery of supervisors in the granting of trolley franchises to the United Railroads, and the trial of Abraham Ruef on the French restaurant extortion cases la scheduled for resumption Tuesday. Should Assistant District Attorney Heney desire to go ahead with the bribery Investigation Instead of with the trial of Ruef, case may be again postthe latter ' poned. Schmitz After Members of the Board. A sensational statement was gjveu out today by Special Agent William J Burns and otber members of the prose ration, to- the effect that Mayor Schmitz is desperately trying to force the resignation of five ot the supervisor so aa to defeat an alleged intention at the supervisorial board to revoke certain qf the public service franchises which the prosecution claims were secured by bribing tho board. The hoard of supervisors la composed of eighteen men, sixteen of whom (as the personnel now stands) are In the llpt of alleged confessors. One of these, Faoderson. is absent for an Indefinite time. He la mortally 11L and ONeil, were . 'th' ri rs. Oer the !gou fran-- j w . This situation ave? tft-r- n supervisor! aligned, or than necesary 'to override 're more vi? veto by the mayor. ia The statethat fourment of the prosecution teen of these are prepared to revoke the certain franchises alluded to and that the mayor, backed by the corpo ing of 4.-t- i! cltls, wlth M eilniJlted pjjp. or more In 196 had of .ri.non fsiimatr.j population tit 19,771,- - 1 rations which ars formally accused of wholesale bribery, today began suddenly a campaign to indpee five of them to resign, in order that be may in their appoint five "dependable places and so destroy the power of the board to do that which the public service corporation fear or to override the veto, which, the prosecution claims, he would place upon any revocation act. The mayor refused today to be Interviewed on this or say other subject. Bprecklcs Will Spend Fortune for the Prosecution. Rudolph Sprockets, financial guarantor of the prosecution, today gave out a statement respecting the fund tof (100,000 which he has guaranteed. It was upon thla guarantee that the bribery graft investigation was commenced. Mr. Sprockets said that thus far less than half aa mush a has been expended has been contributed by the cltlsens of San Francisco. iHe added that "The prosecution will never be hampered by lack of funds," however. Mr. Sprockets said the prosecution, with reservation, expects tv send all of the chief bribe givers, high public service corporation official and others to the penitentiary for the crimes charged against them. Ho thought the investigation and prosecutions will extend throughout the present year. "Shoot Ruef Flret, the Others Afterwards." The sensational statement that every person identified with the prosecution of the alleged grafters and bribers is carrying e revolver, concealed about him. that several of the more prominent are employing a bodyguard and that an attempt to rescue Abe Ruef by force la not unlouked for was made today by one of tbe chief Inveatl gators. He said, and it was subsequently confirmed, that Ellxor Blggy has given orders to Rnefs seven guards to "shoot Ruef first, the others afterward," If to rescue the indicted by armed made. Tie swnera of the 'j FU' more street house to which Ruef has been removed from the Bl Francis hotel threaten a civil suit against tne lessee of the dwelling on the ground that he has allowed It to be turned Into a prison. The district attorney's office has advised Ellsojr Blggy to "stand pat." - ce MORNING. MARCH 1907 jo. AND SUN- PRICE FIVE CENTS over six weeks ago. The pitcu mil trend of the vein aud the Lmuiiou in tiicmsd l but on the spot where the Nu. 2 .baft is uuw being kuuk (lie uri would prole to tie wider, aud develop n:em work thus tar proves that tiiu. theory was correct. It is apparent that from 4mi t GOtt feet iff this vent penetrates the Eaglet Nest ground sad that the vein coutimies ou througu Hailstone ground fur an equal or greater distance. Ail Fairv lew is adf9 over the strike. Daring me past hour upward of ik visliors have been shown through tbe wurk-ii'of the Eagle' Nest and by Superintendent McAuiy. I I THAW . i POSSESSES A ( 4 i s f ; i : i ' ight Hail-ston- DECIDE ON The Switching Crew is Crocker Estate Wants U. P. Kept Out of B. P. e Elghty-tw- FAIR SATURDAY forty-e- SUIT. POPULATION OF COUNTRY New Estimated SATURDAY UTAH. Upon that occasion the Prealdent thanked them for their cooperation and stated that he took a very deep interest in the work of the foundation. He agreed with the trustees that it had a great future if Judiciously handled and that great care had been taken in selecting the different officers who have had experience in this kind of work. While the amount now In hand is but (40.00V, it is the expectation of the trustees that it will be considerably augmented ky contributions from various sources. These, it was stated, would gladly be received la sum of any amount. ment Can Urge the Officials to Concede, i THE INDICATIONS ARE THAT THE WEATHER WILL BE DAY. BE DECIDED 10 iqnt DISPATCHES 5vektise A Th PRESS Trainmen and Conductor Csme to an Commission, Bravely Agreement. Blamed for the Accident. Buffalo, N. Y , March 29. A secret conference between delegate of the Brotherhood of Trainmen mul the Older uf Railway Conductors, which has been in progress here fur two days, Colton, Cal., March J9. A a result closed today after ratifying ihe agreenf ihe wreck of the Bun-- ct expre.? ment formulated at ludianaHilis reon the Southern Pacific's Hue ui Col- cently. It. ralla fur cooperation uf uf ton yesterday afternoon ihe ileath Ur. firen. of both bodies III order to preThis sent a bold front to their employers. tonight had reached twdiny-iau- . number is absolutely known to have perLhed and the bodies of nearly all SOLDIERS SENTENCED. have been Identified. . Aa 10 the numberemain still bodies ber of (bat Salt Lake Match 29- .- FUteeu neath the pile of debris ami half de- years lu stateCityi at bard labor prison difmolished cars, accounts untight U tho sentence passed today upon I fer. The wreck has not been Michael McCabe and W. J. OLeary, sway with the rapldiqr that had been 1 nited States soldiers, who were constate-menexpected, and whlla positive victed of attacking and robbing Harhave been made to the effect old Uerruni of last mouth. It: that then are from four to eight passing seutence, (75 Armstrong of bodies under one of the cars that ha the district court Judge severely scored the not been moved, the railroad official men for the oath they hud as positively declare that there is no taken to violating dtlwns. Upoa orevidence to that effect. None of the ders from protect Washington, the men were injured have expired daring the day. deprived of their uniforms before belocal the those at of several although ing brought into court to receive senhospitals cannot live more than a day tence. i clt-ar- u or ; i I : I ! ' twe. One of Ihe most pitiful incidents of tho disaster was the death of Fltvmau Walters, from Sacramento, who was returning home as a passenger. He was uncoBiiclous when taken from the mass of debris to tha Colton hospital In a doom places he was crushed, rut and tom. Walters had been married but on month. Engineer Warmlngton, who was in PEACE IN BUTTE. 29. Groat Butte. Mint., , Mtrrb Falls mill and emetier men, operating In the big electrolytic plants of the Boston and Montana company of the Amalgamated Copper company, today toted to accept the five-yea-r wage agreement In line with the well. of charge iff the wrecked train, today the Anaconda and Rutle smelter men, made the following statement as be and the miners and stationary enginlay on a cot at the Sisters' hosplul: eers of Butte. This action of the I Jo not remember much that hap-- , unions insures indnstrlaJ peace lu pened along the road as we approached Muutana for rear to route. the switch, he whispered. "I did not use the flagman, and don't know COMPRESSED AIR TO FIGHT FIRE. whether there was anything to I remember about the wreck Dead wood, B. D., March 29. Comin. All we ia that Jumped into the open pressed air ia being used in fighting Then I must have become the fire which broke out in the 60n-fowitch. unconscious. I do not remember level of the Hoincstake mine on Several hundred nn-throwing oa the emergency brakes or Wednesday. reversing the engine, tll that must have bees overcome by gas .wjiliq have bePn an nnooaactous- - act' oa my fighting tbe-lirbut no fatalities have part. It wa not my fault. - We were eccurred. The firs has been brought s not running faster than thirty-fiv- e so far under control that miles an hour." of the regular force of men employed Responsibility for the accident will in the mine were able to return to nut be officially determined until to- work today. morrow evening, when the coroners inquest, which was begun today, is ELECTROCUTED IN BUTTE. was Tho adjournment concluded. taken ia order that the depositions ot 28. While Butte, Mont., March the injured engineer and fireman of working an electric drill puucb tills the Overland might be secured. The morning in the blacksmith shop uf the wltneesee examined number half a Canyon Kerry plant of th Missouri dozen, Including tbe switching crew, River Power company, near Helena, which has been blamed for the acc- Thomas Pink was UUed by a rbarfcs ident The testimony deemed of most nf thirty hundred volts of an alternatImportance was that relating to the ing current which paaeed through bis experience of tbe mm who composed body. The wire feeding the electric the crow. It was admitted that one punch became grounded and the had bora at work but two days; that chatge punned through Pink. the service of a second bad been but of two weeks duration, and that the CANT EVEN PLAY WHIST, third had Jmen employed In the yards three weeks. One, the fireman of the Austin, Tex.. March 29. Governor switch engine, had never read the Campbell today sent the bill making roles of the yard. gambling a felony In Texas. The bill L. E. Alvord, foreman of the crew, a penitentiary sen tone for testified that he had been notified at provided any person convicted of gambling, a 5 oclock that the Overland waa eight Jail penalty for the owner of a buildhours lata and that he had received ing In which gambling devices are no subsequent notification of lu kept and Imprisonment for thirty Jays whereabouts. The other members of for any person found guilty of playing the crew had received the informs-tio- cards in a private house for a prize. concerning the Overland througu Alvord. Farther then this, each man PANIC IN BRUSfiELLSh testified that ap to the moment of its appearance they believed that the Brussels. March 29 There was a Overland had gone through. panic on the bourse here yesterday. Four banka were unable to meet their MURDERER HANGED. liabilities and four others were obligw ed to obtain an extension of time n Cut tha Jhroat of an Old Woman and which to settle thrfr accounts. 4 Took Hr Money. Ghent broker was (166,000 short, and tbe total losses la the Brussels monMarch Tho29. 8. C., Bpartanbnrg. market are estimated at (3,000,-000- . ey mas Harris, a young white man, formerly a Baptist preacher, waa hanged in the Jail yard at Gafney this STRIKE AVERTED. afternoon for the murder of jdrs. Horten m Morgan, an aged white woman, Beattie, Wash., March 29. Late tolast November. s committee of the Puget Sound night Before the cap was adjusted Harris Steamboat Owners Protective Assopreached his own funeral sermon. He ciation arrived at n agreement on tbe killed Mrs. Morgan by ratting her wage question, which will avert a throat, after which he took (800 from trike and tie-uof all Poget Sound her. freighting. The committee agreed upon s sulMisutlsl nil so in pay for all EAGLES NEST PROPERTY. engineers. !; e, three-fourth- n p Falrvlew, Nev., March 21 The on the Eagle's Nest yeln hL the banging wall today. The vein feet wide. A prove to be twenty-siconservative sample has been taken across the entire twenty-si- x feet, including ledge filling, low grade, medium grade, high grade and all, and the average values obtained are (52 cross-cu- t HOT IN WASHINGTON. Washington. March 29. Washington had s hot ware today, the maximum temperature of which reached 92 at 3 p. m.. which is within one degree of tbe record for March made last Saturday. All along the Atlantic eastern coast unseasonably high and ton. per prevailed today. temperature ore the will of feet Over elx ship. Assays from selected rock go into tbe DR. MARVIN'S CHILD. thousands. n the ha ore dump Sorting of the Dover. Delaware. Marrb 29. Dr. II. been commenced and sacking begun I Marvin, whose three and a half year for early shipment. disappeared The ore being hoisted to the sur- old child mysteriously face shows that much leaching has March 4th. this afternoon received the following: taken plane and also discloses tbo letter containing Go to 143 East 2.".th street. New presence of sulphur. Mining expert York and get your boy Bruner.' who have examined the property Dr. Marvin Is in vest heating. declare that when the sulphide cone ia reached, the values will be BURNS DEFEATS PARR. found to be Infinitely higher. JTa it la, if the values disclosed at the Omaha, Marrb 29. Farmer Bums feet, of over (3J thirty-fiv- e feet defeated Jim Parr, the Englkh wre-lU- i. Per ton for the entire twenty-si- x champion, tonight, of the vein, do not increase a farthwinning the second and ing at depth, the mine will still elava reas one of the greatest milling propo- third falls In 154 and 13 minutes fall first the took Parr sitions in the state. Angus McAuiy, spectively. superintendent of the Eagle's Nest In 36 minutes. announced today that he would atart OVER THE RIVER. Inking on the vela immediately to more depth. gain An Niagara Falls. N. Y., Mareb 29. over All work Is now centered In the No. ? depth 2 shaft In ihe S 1 abaft, only ion unknown woman Jumped the brink of the American falls from feet awtr. eight f as ere. Prospect park late today. up opened mostly shipping . to-d- pres-mtTev- catch--catch-ca- tl Remembered More About the Trial Than Counsel Met Examination Before go to tho Jury late Thursday or Friday morning." OReilly, who visited Thaw New Tork. March 29. The commission in lunacy examining tlu prerout mental cundltlun of Harry K. Thaw may finish it work tomorrow and be ii'aitv lu report to Justice Fitzgerald l'J Monday. The Thaw Jury will re I'oi-in Ihe court room once more at I".'!" o'clock Monday morning, and it is i he hope of tile presiding Judge, aa well aa the comuiiaslou, that the of the defendant's sanity may be dikHuu-uf by ihat time. If the com mission should submit a report to tbe effect that Thaw fully understands tbe uaiure of the pro-- i tellings against him and bus rationd ally adviaed bis caunrol. Justice will simply direct that the tiUl proceed without making public tbd t'ou.inlsslrm'a finding. - If the report should be sgalust Thaw, Justice Fits-ser- a Id will aunounee the decision front tbe bench, and If be deems the pris- at the Tombs today, later said that tbe defendant was ia unusually good spirits. He added: "1 feel confident that the commission la lunacy will wurk all day tomorrow and be so near through their examination by Monday that they caa band their report to Judge FUagerald on that day. Tha trial will bo na Tuesday, I think, and I the case will bs finished and go to tbe jury on Friday of neat week." i ui-t- ex-Ie- ct Report That Dr. Hamilton Will Bo Fl'a-yi-rel- Called. From source assumed to ho autkoi U I live it waa eanininoed late tonight that Dr. Allan Melons Hamilton, alienist, will be called to testify tomorrow before the lunacy comtuiaalnii which Is to determine whether Harr K. Thaw Is mentally competsnt to understand tho nature of the proceo.1 1 lugs in his trial for tho killing Htniiford White and to rationally ad- oner's release to he dangerous to tbs public peace and safely be will sign an order directing the confinement ia some state hospital 'for the Insane, probably Matteawan. Today being Good Friday, there was no session of the lunacy board, and Thaw spent a quiet day in thi Tombs prlsou, preparing for a renewal of his nieni.il text tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock. Tit session of the eoramiitslou at that hour agslu will bs private, and there will be no public bearings at all unless ihe commission decides to call witness other than tbe defendant. It , was reported today V he estremeiy unlikely that .any witnesses will lie examined. It t possible that several aiMirkecpcra la tlid Tombs may be ceiled to give a lay opinion as to Thaw'n conduct also bis Incarcera- ' j vise bis reunsel. Dr. Hamilton, It was ststed, will s witness no the request of the eommlsifioa and will be the only rt examined. The declaration that cxpi In-- . Hamilton would he called wae a surprise, as It had been generally understand that the commission wouul mil hear any expert teeUnmay aa to the defendant's condition of mind. Dr. leupnld Knlsell, one nf the ornnmlv .Inner, ft wa expected, would bo rolled on to determine any medical points involved. sp-1-e- sr OBITUARY tion. CommlaelM Reaches Cenolualen. Tbe cemmlselon yesterday Indicated that It had reached the conclusion that Its members eould decide tram their own examination of Thaw the simple DIES SUDDENLY. CARDINAL Rome, March 'qiiualluns plaTuJTliTortrihem by Jut tire Fit sgerald. It was reported again today that neither ThsWa own law vers nor District Attorney Jerome would to question Thaw or who may ho cailej suy other wltm-aaeThe upon to testify at th inquiry. commission apparently has also to keep Its record clear of any expert tesllnumy. Chairman David McClure practically told tho district attorney on Thursday afleraoua that tKe question as to whether Thaw la capable of appreciating Ihe nature of Ihe court proceeding against him and of rationally advising bis counsel is n matter subject wholly to a lay opinion. Any medical opinion whlrh the ((immlxHlon may desire will come from Dr. Leopold Putrol, ose ot ilt members. Thaws attorneys are so sanguine as to tbe outcome of the lunsry Inquiry that they were today making plans for the resumption of the triel next week. It serins now that If tbe trial la taken up again the defense probably will annonaee that it rest withe out further teatimony. Dr. Alisa Hamilton, the alienist, wbo examined Thaw last June and July, wa on the stand when the trial was Interrupted. Hamilton May Be Recalled. There Is IK tie likelihood that Dr. Hamilton will be recalled. If Thaw is decided to be of sound mind today aud the trial is resumed, it shorfld not. last more than three or four days Tha atiomeya in their summing-uaudresset will f be allowed to refer in any way to tbe lunacy commix-slon- , for im appointment and proceedings ars not a part of the trial record. During the trial all the alienists who bad examined Thaw and who were called to tbe stand paid a tribute to the prisoner's remarkable 29. Cardinal MarchL gweretary of Apoetoite . Lai if brtefv-dte- d today, after a etekness of only twelve hours, of apoplaxy. Ha celebrated max yesterday morning. Tho cardinal waa bora In Brasil la 1182 sod was elevated to tho Sacred Oui-lc- ,M( - a ge la 1689. BALL PLAYER DEAD. Dolan, an outfielder In the Bgstoa Na- tional League team, died here this morning of typhoid fever. Ha waa taken HI when tbe team started south for practice sod was brought to the Norton infirmary tea days ago from West Baden. DR. JOHN M. BANNISTER. Huntsville, Ala., March 29. Dr. John M. Hannlster, for forty-seve- n church of Huntsville, died today. lie was the father or Colon! John M. Banister anJ Major William B. Banister of the Unite Scales army. J1 89 years of age. MME, CAfilMIR-FERIE- March. 29. Mme. mother of Urn Isle CssImlrPerier, is deed. Paris, Csslmlr-Pi-rie-r, Premier MADE PURCHASING AGENT. . Omaha,' Neb., March 29. Cspts!i Hacker of the sustenance department ot the United Wales army, connected-witthe department of tha Mlaaouri at Omaha, has been notified by take graph that he has been appointed puis chasing agent of the Red Cmaa society for the Chinese famine relief work. Tbo same telegram authorised Captain Hacker to purrfaaae 3,744.010 memory. pounds of eornnmsl for immediate It was thla memory, it waa aaid. shipment to Chins. which served him In auch good stead Csiitoln I lacker accepted tbe apbefore the commission on Thursday pointment and has asked for bids from and which led Attorney Hartrldge to a number of Nebraska millers on ail make the statement: or a portion of the meal desired. Thaw Remembered All About Trial. The funds for the work were raisM more the about "Tbaw remembered by subscription by Dr. Klopseh of the trial than I did." Christian Herald. Mr. Hartrldge was with Thaw for two hours this afternoon, and upon INCREASE OF TELEGRAPH RATES. leaving the prisoner, frankly admitted that the present aituadon pleased Chicago. March 21. The Western him immensely. Union Telegraph company has an"I have been with Thaw (or two nounced n new scale of telegraph rates hour," the attorney said: "ami in my representing sn Increase in oome cases opinion he is in good shape physically, ff twenty per cent, effective April 1. mentally and he will pi through the An order to this effect was received remainder of the ordnal as well as he yesterday hr the local office of the did throughout tbe session of yester- company. An Increase in rates la not day. the same In all InMsnces Between "Of course, the examination In a Chicago and New York the rates have for would be trying one for him. as it been increased twi-ntper cent anyone, but he has met it hrsveir Where forty cents has been charged ibe and ia greatly encouraged at for a message of ten word between course of events. anil New York, It will he raisChic "I am pleased to find him In such ed ogo rents after April 1. The fifty good condition today, and personally night rate between Chicago and New am well satisfied with the case as it York has been Increased, from 30 to stand, aifd confident of an outcome 40 cents. his Mr. Tbaw and alter to agreeable neys." ARRESTED AS A MURDERER. The Secrecy ef the Examination. The secrecy Ot the commission's ex29. A lawyer namamination of Thaw wa not, Mr. Hart- ed Moscow, March of the MosAlexandras, secretary conas a to be construed rldge said, of the Rusof the cow section League cession to tbe defendant. Necessarily, was arrested here today sian , people case matters pertaining to the original of the murder of Dr. were brought up at the present heal- as the instigator editor of the Rusoki Ytedomo-t- l ing, and it would be maolfevtly un- Julios, of this city, who was shot, and killsuitable to have tlie proceedings mod; March 27th, by an unknown man. public while the trial proper was pend ed The arrest was niade as tbe result of lng. 1 am In hopes." he added, that a oonfesMtut of a member of the the conclusion of the lunacy board Ireague wbo made a statement to the will he reached by Monday and that effect that he was approached by secretary with a proposition tbe trial before the Jury ran le re-Fbuuiil thi-- I tu kill Tr. Jolltw. No trade of he acsullied on Tuesday. bn been found. piore to be so, 1 think the case should tual murderer p . J I .