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FULL SE IN THE UTAH WEATHER FORECAST Id THE INDICATIONS ARE THAT SSjSSSbS w "Sou Sachh THE AND OGDEN STANDARD - OGDEN of the party. What wo want am crat!, not near Democrats." Tempk Graves Declares that it Must John CIVIC FEDERATION. Be Done. Now York, April SO. Fifteen have accepted the invitation of the national civte federation to name delegates to the national conference an combinations and trusts in Chicago May 28 to 81. The acceptances of Governor! Hughes, New York; Cummins, Iowa; Folk, Missouri; Warner, Michigan; Davidson, Wisconsin, and Cutler Utah, were received today. This conference will discus: governmental powers over corporations engaged in interstate commerce; the division of power under the constitution between the nations; power in nation and state, aad similar subjects. April 24. d lMim at the ennual Uuquat of the Citato elnb oa "The Regeneration J FKtlri, Party tin hi general Hfktly aa today. -- ' tan aenr North and and la Demo-l- e naka loyalty hang By a hair. giytbUflaa party, formed upon ... Idea aad rebora and tpoa the tlBoa of abolition, IjTingnmed beyond the fMorallat M7 to privilege, aad beyond the agitation to graft tto Democratic party haa bees Miltad aa rapidly from the malm of ib rF'ty la trade that lta platforms to trailed, and in the last earn-)ilg BBBlaatod a oaadidata vhoee commendation wu idMl Rwkas the bold aad lnfamnoa eoo-H- e nH not offeaaire to the ball 1 gov-erao- eon-curra- , j y THAW HAS p i p w ' tan d thnea changed and men tan Waned with them. The cheap imppar aad the rural null deliver hu billded the oleereet and moat pietkal dtaorracy la the world. The practical cltiiea and ho ia ilwOBtha of the republic wante to pad gawiment without regard Noted Alienist Visits the Prisoner at the Tombs. r Democrat save Wtot soaservative hiker with hie conferees enough to put Bryan s Wlgatty ud Heant to shame? ftat lipiblioan la strong enough to toss ths Irrepressible Roosevelt to Utaa . Us Mmstrough asimka of the orthodox In prlvl-bfiu- f whet Republican save Rooe-etm essres the thronged magneton f a baits to a proper humility? k New Tork, April 20. Dr. Smith Ely Jellffo one of the alienists who testified for Harry K. Thaw, called at the Tombs today and aa a result there wre immediate rumors that Thaw had broken down. This was denied by Attorney Daniel O'Roll ly. Thaw, he said, la la the best of condition, both physically and mentally. Thaw and Dr. Jellffo, Mr. OReilly explained, had become close friends ud .the doctors visit wuMr. personal rather than professional. O'Reilly also took occasion to deny rumors that Mm. William Thaw la in flnuclal strait and might ho able to raise bal! for her eon, even if the court admits him to ball. Mrs. Thaw wu ready, he said, to offer hall in any amount The application for hall, however, probably will not be made until next stalwart ranks at either say, tom the aides Of the republic, nub rich and finished east and hm to virile aad militant west, them him risen two grgat meawho, wa toa all others am prevailing tosh tothme the partisan, and to aptt flu patriot Hr. Ryan la great became in nil Ui flh ha has never feared or host-uis- f ts champion his convictions ritat his party and to put them In tta talus, against hie personal In-is the first Democrat of Tlte the . R towwU. Hr. hu Booserelt grown great be-m- ss hq loo, has arisen above the Mrium. Bon ud prospered In the if privilege, he came with a Jmw hart ud open mind to u ' vest Tctotafltoe. He followed orthodox In of hie party and in the path Us predecessor. But one Win. i. Bryn flung at hie foot an day array of Jurora Held a Banquet New Tork, April hfO.Eleven memto prove the jtatoh tatlutlei nutty f the trusts. The challenge bers of the Jury which tried Harry K. foam maai ahlelfl, and Thaw for the murder of Stanford Motor Roosevelt wee never the White, dined together tonight In the toa again. He buckled oa hla Broadway Central hotel, where they Md went forth to wtr with the had their meals during their deliberawas MW Of theee railroad. Hill and tions. The only Juror Absent wae out of town. ""to.MadsHe haa never slam sheath-rit- t George PUS, who Informal and everyThe gathering wu he hared againet thing except the Thuw trial was dlM ud profit they ere the two great cuaed. two greatest men la all the They am Ameiieaa utateemen . RATES ON COTTON GOODS. fo Jf 1 pulse. One or ' ald be the president and t the people In theee tremend-t- o Subject ef Hearing Before Interstate times. Commerce Commission. j true before In nil I' ta tree today, theee two Whahtngton, April 20. RaU on cottoi wdtag several factions have an toi the power to change the face-- . ton goods from southern points to the Pacific .coast, China and Japan were and to regenerate the again the subject. of hearing before t7vm the Interstate Commerce CommisBrjn to fW omnipotent lt sion. R. J. Southall, representing One word from the complainants, moved to postpone ?? to make aurely Inu the hearing until he could serve the d ,oth Mm with defendant railroad and, steamship comwforua- - Roosevelt oould ehn A, panies with a subpoena ducee tecum to the production at the minth President. Never utescompel ui Power of the conference held In 1806, ?!? given, such npportunl- - which in the alleged agreefcwXL2"Vnch rapoulbUlty In ment toresulted raise rates- - The defendant buds before. i finally agreed to produce not re-- 1 companies theee minutes. Roo,eTelti con-- ! Mr. Southall uid he intended to show theee minutes that the conference by RoomvIt reach were iovii. participated In by railroad men, notwithstanding the denial of this. The railroad representatives replied that midnight when the the minutes would not show the presnshrrf ? flnJlle4- - The two ence of railroad men at the conferOb CkmP ences and claimed further that no toW Oreu.iri nd Conner Oomp-- t agrsement was entered Into by them Tork PPoeed regarding the rate in question. It is Vw Qiares1 tot should ,h net presl- - claimed that If an agreement was J. Bryan reached between the steamship lines Congreumnn it la beyond the jurisdiction of the InEto1 fopie,wr.eT- PlB-!t- o to"uudW tiwS terstate Commerce Commission. oe- ta tafek,;ll,nUw of of the China A Japan ta stood tonquetem where' TradingAyres explained the exact company Mr Gfavek sug-h- e toio thtt mi'w method of purchases, price of goods ntfon. Jt and rates fora New Tork to the Orient utjr to nominate vie the Sues canal and via the Pacific todint BoMM-a' Democratic COUL for Boan." The defense rested thrir case after ow of Lincoln Green, Sae5' Ior the nomine-an- the testimony PThut traffic manager of the Souththrough ni a Democratic ern Railroad. Bnf Them Mr. Green told the commission tba S? eouLi an .I1 Demm.vu.ttc the rate complained of was fixed on a:: tond l Presidential exceedingly low huls because of watme !hat heu er competition, end that it had been It party reduced from 81.85 per hundred ije10crtc So to their pounds to San Francisco to 81.50, the Tte commission took Dr"tll,0clnruPr,;nl present rate. Trte the case under advisement. ne for them. Etoewdidlt, H-- oor-Pm- d I 'ry JSA1 re-wo- wvrid-.RoprB- rv7L,rJem ,ln 8es-retar- 3rrTln 1 PtoClaft!?Ih Aai? -- 2"ty ."d jLtosiulu M tor attmL m .vto. to ef JLV that wit Ill take 8hmld Mr. toMmicd by rrwTeit - CITY, UTAH, SUNDAY ANOTHER EARTH SHOCK. .'Constantinople, April 20. Another earth shock eras felt here and In the suburbs at 4 oclock this morning. MORNING, APRIL 21, desired to be heard and th eomutis-sioset May 14. . to beer the argument, directing counsel for both sides to submit written sUements of fart prior to the date. Demo- Former Comptroller Grout criticised President Rooimett foe hla denuncia-tlo- a of Moyer and Haywood, the officials of the Western Federation of Miners, who am now awaiting trial ia Idaho on a charge of murder. Whew 1 take Issue with President Roosevelt, said Mr. Grout, I a up pose 1 am filing aiy application for membership la the Ananias club. I am sorry to say It, but President Roosevelt hat the faculty at Interfering In the business which strictly belongs to other people. In the.ooslroTenteo of the pest two or three yearn I am aum it would have been much mom in keeping with dignity at bit office if be had followed the example of hie predecessors and remained quiet." John Temple Atluta. Ga, speaking WEATHER WILL BE FAIR SUNDAY susscriAD- - S&8,- PRESS .DISPATCHES ASSOCIATED 1907 TO TWENTY PAGES court here today named J. C. O. Morse receiver for the Uncle Bam Gil company under the bankruptcy petition filed recently at Fort Scott by u certain stockholder. Mr. Morae, who la manager of the telephone company railroad commissioner, gave n etate band of TROOPS AT 830,000. stantiates Charge Before Grand Jury. MEDICOS MAY RIDE FREE. Lincoln, Neb., April 20. Under an opinion rendered today by Attorney of Police John Mooney, of the Bush General Thompson attorneys and phyemployed by railroads may street station, appeared before the sicians ride free In the face at the antl-pas- a grand jury today to substantiate his law which mays that no employe of the sensational chargee, muds recently In road except those giving the major of their time te the service of the press, to the effect the houses of portion the company may receive free trans111 vice repute, saloons, and rod light portation. Th attorney general says generally, since the fit have been If the person traveling goes on busifree flourishing in hie district by the pro- ness for the railroad he may ride or1 a la lor a day work hla whether Chief tection of hie superior officers. hundred days. Dinan in particular. The Bush street station haa police charge of a largo residence and shopping district. Charges at Insubordination have developed against Captain Mooney by Chief Dinan as a result of the former public declaration. The calling of Captain Mooney to the stand by the grand Jury le looked upon as the first formal step In aa Investigation of the police department In which bribery graft prosecutors promise shall be exhaustive and productive of results. The officer waa la the witness chair for nearly two hours, during which time many exhibits, comprising police records, were examined. At the conclusion of the eeeloa Assistant District Attorney Haney refused to make any statement indicative of the arength of Mooney s testimony. Captatn Mooney will resume the stand when the grand Jury meets again next Tuesday. Other witnesses scheduled for appearance then are Patrol men P. J. Mitchell Leo Bruneer, Jack Walsh, Charlee Wkrd and Charles Uhl, London, April 20. At todays all at whom have worked under Moonf the colonial conference It wu ey aa plain elothea men, and J. F. of the. Bush street sta- nnnalmonsly agreed ebinge.fhf title Byrne, clerk tion. . . to Imperial conferenced The oonfe. A subpoena la outstanding for former Police Commissioner Alex OGrady, eneea will be held every four years to whom the prosecution bee thus for dlecuea common Interests ef th emfoiled to find. According to 0Gradya pire, This emperor of the United Kingwife, he le'and tot three weeks haa dom will be president and th been in Reno, Nev whither, Mrs. th and the colocolonies of premiere O'Grady says, he went on business and memfor hie health. At hla heme it waa nial secretary will be said today that he ia expected to re bers. The various governments will turn to the city next Monday and it appoint other member, but except wa vigorously denied that he has any with th special permission of the deelm or Intent to evade grand Jury conference not more than two representatives of each government shall summon. th discussion. Each Campbell, Matron end Drew and participate la John J. Barrett, the attorney! who will government win have hut one vote. .This new department of the official defend Mayor Behmttx when It eomee hie turn to be tried on the five counts of the colonial office to created with of extortion which the grand Jury re a permanent sectrarial staff charged turned Jointly against him and Abra- with obtaining Inform tlou for the use ham Ruef, today filed In the etate su- at th department and dealing extenpreme court a brief supporting Ruefa sively with Imperial interests as arise contention in hla application for ball between conferences. It further decidarise requiring th through habeas eorpue that the section ed. that matter two or more govern of The penal cod empowering a Judge consultation of to order a defendant Into custody menta and which oaa eventually he pending hla trial Is violative of the postponed n subsidiary conference may state conatltntloa which provides that beheld. The Eari of Elgin, secretary of etate a person la entitled to hall before conviction unless charged with offense at the colonies, referring to military punishable with death and wherein the defense, outlined the general prince plea of an Imperial military organisaproof ia evident of the presumption. Schmltas attorneys filed this brief tion and the premiere concurred la hla ns amici curiae, or friends of the views. The premier then explained decision whieh will aland their own the defense organisation of thrfr court." hope in behalf of Ruef a apectlve colonies and the extent to client in good atead when hla cate which the general organisation conld ooraee on decision ' which will b an be put Into practice. The draft of a reoolutlon creating n of authority for the admittance Bchmlti to ball when he is called be- general staff for the empire waa tabled. It was resolved that the colonies fore Judge Dunne to he tried. The Ruef trial, which was adjourned be authorised to refer to the commitfrom Friday on account of the illneua tee at imperial defense for advice on of Counsel Acb of the defense, is to local question upon which expert asbe resumed Monday morning, when sistance was desired. each aide will be celled on to exercise Apparently on response for a demand for greeter publicity the colonperemptory challenge of Jurora ial office Isiued a lengthy summary of the proceeding! of this week. The RATES TO,ORIENT.- summary covers singly the discussions that preceded the resolution of Interstate Commerce Cam m lesion today. Case. General Botha thought the adoption of the word council might be an in20. The producApril Washington, of the responsition of the minutes of the conference fraction on the rights Sir and Wilfred Lau ble government the lines Burn between Steamship title 'Imperial conwhich resulted in an alleged agree- rier suggested the waa All adopted. ment on rate on cotton fabrics to the ference" . which be the cbm agreed that the conference should ElOrient resulted in in which these rates era complained advisory only, while the Earl at gin clinched matters by declaring that n of before the Interstate commerce the establishment of a body with an had been It .claimed today. status of authority would independent of the railroads the by reprearatativee to hla majestys govnot be acceptable were sot at that they he represented ernment conference.. , preSir jlcnry Te show this, they agreed to furnish Kingdom, gave a the minutes of the conferences today. mier of the United at Theee minutes were produced by Wil- private dinner to the premier Downing street tonight. Almost nil liam Boyd at New Tork. He submitted that the complainant should not the member of the cabinet and In-a be allowed to inspect them but the number of other prominent persona, commission might examine. and sub- cluding Ambassador Whltelaw Reid, mit as a part of the record such por- were present tions of the minutes ee It might deem pertinent. .The minutes were signed NO FLOT DISCLOSED. by several of these participating in the conference and in answer to question 'from the commission Mr. Boyd Plant to Assassinate Roosevelt Were Hallucinations of Insane Man. admitted that Mr. Burnham, one of the oartlcipatns, represented the Northern adfle and the Paelflc Mall Steamship Washington, April 20. The an ;impany; Mr. Stnbbs was assistant to nouncement was made today by SeMr. Spencer; Mr. Dunlap waa the gen. cret service officials that no further eral freight agent of the Houston end attention would be paid to Jha elate-ment- a Texas Central rill road; Mr. Tendroeck of Jan Bariu'a who Informed was the general agent of the Union the police of Newark, N. J that a Pacific railroad and the Vancouver conspiracy wee on foot among the Steamship company; E. B. Skinner miners et Hasleton, P- -, to assassinate F. W. Btevenron and represented the President Roosevelt. The ' officials Canadian Pacific railway and its state that investigation clearly establines. lished the fact that the story told by Alex T. Southall represented the Bartula. had no foundation end that complainants in the case, offered hie mind had become unbalanced by riloee the esse end submit the death of hla wife several weeks argument, but the rest of the officers 20. PRICE FIVE CENTS at Wichita and formerly wu MUR- Lima, Ohio, April S'V-Lrgg, aged 40, waa shot end almost instantly In market the sukilled in hi meet burb of Sidney, south T this city at 11:40 oclock tonlghL Two strangers entered the at or and while one of them covered Legg with a pistol the other proceeded te rob the cash drawer. Igg made an effort to secure his pistol, when the man with the gun fired upon him, four shots being exchanged. Legg was shot through the stomach, the bullet shattering the apin' al column. The robbers secured about 25 and fled. Police Captain Sub- San Fmnelseo, April SCIENCE OE DERED, FRISCO Captain Name of 'Imperial Conference Has - Been Adopted. ' eee-Mo- u r. it' - Campbell-Bannerma- con--nectl- tj The court also required that the who petitioned for three Stockholm th receiver furnish a bond of 10,000, to cover any injury to the company that might arise out of the appointment. The receiver wu appointed under the bankruptcy law, which provides that the making of n general assignment of the officer of n corporation to act of bankruptcy others conaltutea may be uked. The reud a receiver ceiver wae appointed to take charge of to property end manage it to conserve the intereeta of th creditors. t Richard Olney Most Caustic of Us S. Acquiring the Canal. u Sailed to Truxillo Then Sailed Right Baek Again. DIBAPFEARED WITH 57,000. Chicago, April 20. Wm. Haven, IT Washington, April SO. Critical reof recent developments In Inter- years of age. disappeared With 87,000 while carrying the last national affaire were indulged in at moneyWednesday from the Independent Parking the speech-makin- g session of the Am- company, where he wu employed, to erican 8oriety of International Iw, the Drover Deposit National bank, ud llalelead street. which concluded Hi first annual meetA warrant charging laroeny by ing here today, Richard Olney wu Bailee wu today sworn out for Havperhaps the most cauntic In hla re- ens arrest. Hi young mue parents view of the policy of the United Stale, believe he has met with foul play. He regarding Santo Domingo and the ac- wu a member of toe choir of the quiring of the Panama canal sous Union Methodist Episcopal church. without compensation to Colombia. John W. fteter announced aa a fact that President Roosevelt had proposed to soma of the leading nation of the world "That w at leant make a limitation on the Mae of veuel of war that shall be built la the future. Mr. Foster culled attention to Russia's changed attitude on diurmament, which ha said aha favored at the lint Hague conference, hut opposed now. Richard Bartholdt Representative spoke of the aeesMity of the, making of the Hague corfererfoe permanent, and said that the United States, with the Impetus toward peace with Preel dent Roosevelt bad achieved oould this result by a united at the next Hague conference. Secretary Straus of the department of commerce aad labor, who presided Inat the meet tag, opened the dlacumloa with an expression of the hope that should th forthcoming Hague conferall ence fall to prescribe a limitation aa to armament that It would luu a mandate that any natural nation supplying a warring nation with money should he adjudged guilty of a hostile act. Wuhlngton. April 10. An uhaut-tlv- e Having for hla text "Tha DevelopInvestigation Into nil pbsaea at ment of. International Law as a Bcfc It affects to United Immigration esc. Mr, Otaey said In part: Bute to about to be begun by a Mr "Within a comparatively abort ttmfl tlonal comm lash . The com mis lea new doctrines, officially aad unofficial' j will mart here Monday to perfect lta ly, have been given prestige by being ' orgulxatioa and to discuss plus for regarded aa part of th Monroe docwork. It already hu bees decided trine at aa necessary eorrollaries from ha toe members at ths tentatively to It Under these, it Intimated that commission that will visit Europe either If an American state does not behave a body, or if all toa members cannot Itself well In either Its external or Infor toe study at a ternal relatione good behavior ac- go, nt clou ruga. cording to our own standards, of emigration The commission constat at nine course It may he forced by the Unittoe immied 8tnteu to doing the right thing and members, appointed under gration act pued by congress lest if necessary may- - have Its revenues, winter. Thru at them, Senators Dillrequeetered sad applied by the United ingham of Vermont, Lodge ef Maua-ebussetStates according to the letter's notions ud Latimer of South Caroof justiec and equity. lina were named by Vice President "It ia plain that the Monroe three representatives How. cannot he invoked la support pf Fairbanks, ell of New Jersey, Bennett of New any such pretentions; that they are York ud Burnett of Alabama, by seriously objection able aa calculated Speaker Cannon, and three, Charles P. to wound the pride aad excite the cnmmlMkmer of labor. ProfesNeill, American other of all elates, sor J. W. Jenks of Cornell enmity snj Wiland at committing th United 8 tat of Wheeler liam R. Cal., by Oakland, te undertakings of the moot exactlouu, President RnosevelL burdensome and dangerous character." While some work wtl hs done by the Turning hie attention to the Isthmus flommiaeion In this country by way of of Panama, Mr. Olney continued: Its Inquiries, the general "The United Staten la now execut- beginning Idea la to extend its tabors to Europe. ing a great public work on territory The most Important porta of embarkawhich but recently wu tha property A will bo Halted. tion at emigrant no Is There of n ulster republic. preInclude Grant Brit tentative Itenlrary ever tense that that republic parted Austria-Hungarwith Its territory voluntarily. The ter aln, France, Germany, Ruuls, It Is exSpain and Italy, rltoiy wu practically expropriated by the United Statu, claiming ud It ia pected that the tgp will ooeupy tons toe beat justification the dream-stance- s or four months. toe commission will be The work of afford claiming to act as the when It returns to begun fairly only if but toe of civilisation," "Mandatory InUnited Btatu Is to be known to have America. Every possible source of will be formation Reports sesought to held n mandate from clvlllntlon of to world wlll.h questrate Colombian coll for a great from allat parte of tbs eommla-sttthe public work. It should also be dramed placedand expertdisposal on immigration may to have held a mandat to see that Co be employed to collect data. lombla wu duty compensated." It la the purpose of the ooiqmlsslon to Inquire Into the restriction placed SPECIAL HONORS. upon Chinese and Japaneu Immigration, but It Is not probable that It Will Be Pall to Chlneu and Japaneu will visit Asia. i Officer at Jamestown. The eommlMkm will report tts findings end recommendations to Congress Wuhlngton, April 20. Rpedal hon- to he used aa n heels for legislation. ors will he pell by lb United State It Is regarded aa likely that, out of the government to thb distinguished offic- work f the eommlulon will grow er ef the Japanese ud Chinese ar- international conference to deal with mies who are to represent their gov- the whole subject The la creaternments at '.he Jamestown exposition. ing the .commlasloo autborixee th General Bell, of At the suggestion to issue a call for such a president sent been chief of staff, order have conference If he should deem such acto Lieutenant General MacArthur, the tion advisable. of the United highest ranking officer States army, who 1 now in command COLONIAL CONFERENCE. of the Pacific squadron at Sen Fran' Seto hla staff with to proceed cisco, Jxmdon, April 20. The Colonial attle in time to meet and give official snul-mouslwelcome te General Kurekl, one of the conference nt today's aesslog agreed to support the creation heroes of toe late war with Russia; Lieutenant General Ktgoahl and twelve of a new permanent department of the other officer of the Japanese army, j Colonial office, with an Independentto deal with matter of genwho are due at that port May 1, and i secretariat ' esuort them to Jamestown by way of I eral Imperial interest ud also deev-- , this city. The members at toe party cided to hold Imperial conferences to new four of years, ery paydepartment the for purpose will utip here i with question arising at . Ining their respect to toa president who dealing tervals between th conferences. A probably will give a dinner in their central staff whose duty will be to honor. The representative from China In- deal with matters of Imperial defense aad include clude three military officers with rank will alsoofbe constituted colthe nil self of In governing Capreport! who are charge of colonel, onies. marine to of Leonard tain Henfy oorpu recently relieved from duty a YOUNG WOMAN INSANE. military attache at toe United States legation nt Pekin. They sre expected Stockton, Cal., April 24. A young to arrive, nt Ban Francisco about May woman traveling alone, en route from 1 Captain Brewster, Ninth Infantry, SL Louis to 8u 'ffuclaeo, was tanow on duty at the army war college In this dtp, hu been charged with the ken off a Bants Fe train lari evening be officers and removed to the detenduty of meeting toe Chinese officers on their arrival at Bu Francisco and tion hospital. She could not give her escorting them acroa the continent name, hut the name upon her ticket I Julia F. Mancon. She wu evidently to the Jamestown exposition. Inune and fought for her liberty. Upon her person wu found 8?8 ! RECEIVER OF U. S. OIL CO. ud currency. Her trunk Is being 20. Judge J. C. held here pending a disposition of her April Topeka, Ku, aa as ( R perl view d Porty-aeoon- TO VISIT E de-nfa- Immigration to Be vestigated in Its Branches u u u ta doe-trin- e y, u . --A y 1a Ik. ftaMaA MON- DAY. u MERCHANT BRUTALLY AND MaU ilialelef cue. 1 Correspondence riated Frees.) at the A .se- Puerto Cones, kpril 15, vis Mobile, Ala., April 80. On Sunday, April 14. at 5 p. m., the Nicaraguan fleet sailed from Puerto Cortes for Blueflelda, to take on board the Nicaraguan forces which had been landed nt Truxillo, La Cribs, Balado and Coast Point. The entire force involved numbered about 1.200 men. Monday, however, the steamer Omotepe returned to Puerto Cortex and dloembarked about 600 men and it la understood that the entire force received orders to return here. The reason for the return te the invasion hv toe allied forces of Salvador end feoullta of th western departments of Copan, Gardes aad Intubu-ea-t. It ia rumored that Bents Roan, the capital of the department of Copan. waa taken yesterday by theee troops and that force are marching on Uraclu, Capital of Gracias, ud og Eeperuaa, capital of 'IntubucaL The force that captured Bento Roue Is now marching against Banta Bare bars ud from there will move toward 8an Pedro, hence the Nicaraguan force will he required to defend Bu Pedro. The result In the west departments will depend upon the attitude of the men of Copan, Oracle ud Ihtubucat becuee 76 per cent of too fighting men ef Honduras live te those depar- tment. , SILENT SMITHS MILLIONS. - Slater ef the Deed Has Left England r America. - New Tork, April M. A London dta patch to the Times says that - Sir Oaorge Alexuar Cooper and 'Lady Cooper sailed yesterday on the steamer Deutschland for the United States to eld in toe aotlemont of toe aetata at Jamra Henry ( "81 lent") Smith, who died la Japan recently, while on a honeymoon trip around the world. Lady Cooper la a sister at Mrs. Smith and her English friends understand that the greater part of his estate which la reported to amount to over 170,0001100, hu bran left to her hr his wL Tha Coopera, It la raid, Vrftl May te the United Sutra until July, by which time. It Is hoped, the plans for the settlement of the estate wlU have hern completed. According to the Information ( obr, tained te London, to Duohese of daughter of Eugene Zimmerman of Cincinnati, who with her husband, th Duke of Manchester, wu on the trip with Mr. Smith nt to time ef his death, has been remembered in Mr. Smiths will. Mu-charie- Now Tork, April 20. Ttady draper and Jamee Henry Smith were children of George 8. Smith, of Eranrinn, lilt., n cousin of Geo, Smith, the Chicago real estate owner and promoter of the A SL Paul railChicago, Milwaukee road ud other - western enterprise. George Smith left Jamee Henry Smith n fortune of 150.000,000 end Lady Cooper Is said to have fecelvod equal amount from bis estate. Sir George Cooper waa a country barrister when his wife Inherited her millions. Before her marriage she wae Mias Mary Emma Smith, ud popular - . In Chicago society, Sir Georg end Lady Cooper have two eons and n daughter. Tha heir to the baronetcy, Georg Jamee Robert aon Cooper, who may be on of toe richest men te the world In time, wa horn In 1880. According to the Time every effort I being made by thoee moot concerned te prevent uythlng being mad public aa to toe contents of th will until after Mav 4, the date uet for Mr. Smiths funeral. The document te in charge of Sir George Cooper. It wu drafted by Mr. Smith himself aeon after he ud Mrs. Rhinelander Stewart were married In Scotland lari September. It wu carefully examined et that time by Sir Georg hi his capacity as a lawyer, before It wu executed. Herman S. Leroy of tola city, confidential mu to Mr. Smith for many year end now te charge of th office of the estate at No. 10 Wall Street, naya that although he ha nevar eera toe will he has every rraaon te believe that Mr. Smith provided liberally in it for all of hla relatives. new bring Mr. Smiths body ! brought to tote country from Japu by hla whlrrw. The Times say That should the new cabled by 8 London correspondent he confirmed. Lady Cooper will become the richest woman In the world. u BREWERY WORKERS RETURN TO WORK. , Springfield, Mum., April 24. A strike of 150 brewery workers In this city for better working conditions ended today, tlte men returning te work under n compromise agreement that each be allowed n gallon of beer a day ud reduction in the hours of. work. Previously the men were allowed to drink a much beer as they pleased. .