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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - May 3, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                CIRCULATION EXCEEDING MOTHER vDl In the City Combined THE MOST EXTENSIVE In the Mountain Regions TOT 170 XAKE CITT UTAH SATURDAY MAY 3 1890 PKICE FIVE CESTTS A HOT SILVER DISCUSSION The Sontli and the Vest Will Be Arrayed Against the East A LIVELY SENATE FI6HT PREDICTED riio Uto JjftiHlM to Bo Copyright Mo Kin ley Ex planation of tlio Silver SALT TuuurNK TuuurNK BURHATT oiirUiOiith Biront OX 0 May li 1SOO Wrox The In the Senate next week to be of Interest to Western The bill for the admission of Wyo ming IK to be called up on Monday and the fiilVfir debate will open on Wednesday It Is yet certain In exactly what shape the latter subject will como up The KcjJiibll can caucus committee Is to have another meeting In the hope that It may bo possible to olfectsomo kind of a compro mise satisfactory to all If they fall there will be a lively time In tho Hbnato later on Tim Jones bill will form tbo basis of discus nlon but the great fight will come upon the freo bill ollered as a substitute by Teller This bill will be supported by nearly all tho Western and Southern SonatorH of both parties and will no doubt poll a very largo vote Tlie Eastern Kopub llcans are riot very anxious to have the free coinage bill to a voto and it Is possible that they may make some additional Klons to Senator Teller tomorrow tllH TO UK OlKNKU The bill to restore part of tho Uncorii pahgro Utolndluu reservation to tho pub lic domain may bo reached on tho Senate culerKl ar tomorrow and if BO It will pass without opposition propones to restore two rangus of townships on tho oast side of the reservation In tho oastorn part of Utah adjoining the Colorado State Hue TIMS COIVKIftHT IWIAi Tho Copyright bill was defeated today in the House by Ayes 08 nays Before the result was announced Mi1 nrooldn ridgo of Kentucky in order to move to re consider changed his voto Tho motion was made to table the motion to unfl after some parliamentary thu hour oC 5 oclock arrived and a taken Tho friends of tlio measure were of tlie opinion that If the matter oquld be continued without final disposition that they could recover the ground lost at the evening sosslon Unfortunately hpwover the evening session of Friday is under tho rules to pension bills and the Copyright bill cannot bo reached Noltheicun the bill bo reached tomorrow as thu tlmo Ilxocl for tho of muasuroM roportod by tlie Judiciary Commit tee expired with todays session The bill therefore must take Its regular place on oulomlar of unfinished business aud no further privilege attachesto It Counting the pairs tho roll call shows that ablmt sixty members wore absent and not voting Tho friends the Copyright bill hope to obtain from the a suill ciisut number of votes to overcome tho ma jority of today but tho chances for this arc very slim It is the general belief that tho bill was killed by the vote of today boyond the power of Its friends to resurrect It MlvlNMSV ON WASHINGTON May Dispatch IiVanolsco Uluttniclc hontatlvu MoKlnley was asked tonigbt if he had anything to say In response to tho let tor which Ralph labor loader addressed to him and published In tho news papers y OH tun lay morning in which hu de nounced the silver bill as adopted by the Lie publican caucus Mr that ho had received a letter from Mr Beaumont which ho had not yet been able to road from lack of time but Niipposed it that was published So far as thu silver bill of tho Republican party was he did not consider that was any bill answering that de scription Kupubliean said MeKintoy wants to give the htrgost possible uso to Sllvo1 The Republican party is wedded to no particular bill H wants the bosi bill that can be framed The bill that agreed upon or WHS supposed to havo boon agreed upon was a matter of compromise and as some of our people want something olso ot course thoro is no agreement and thoro Is no party bill Now It is a itHstion for tho Mouse to do tonulno what sort of silver legislation it So far fis I am personally concerned 1 am for silver money 1 bellove in tbo two standards but I do not buliovo silver will bo discriminated against I boUovotbo Win ciom bill Is a vory good TUB INTKItNAlMONArj KAUVWAV The House Committee on Foreign Affairs has taken up actively the subjoot of con structing an intorcontinental railway to connect the system of North America with of tho Argentine Kopublic and Chili as recommended by tho International Ameri can Conforenoo Tho will report favorably at uti early day a substitute for a bill Introduced by Huckalow some weeks ago The substitute will provide that tbo roeomniopdatlon of tho International American Conforoncc shall bo carried out so far its this Government is concerned and for thu appointment ofthe commissioners from tlie United States to form with tho eommissiomMs appointed by tho Other na tions of hemiisphoie a permanent board They aro to si preliminary sur vov from tbo southern boundary of Mexico to tho northern boundary of Bolivia to as certain tlio most practicable and economical route and to report an estimate of the cost of construction Tho sum of will be appropriated to pay tho share of tho United Btatcs in tlio cost of the survey This project is proving to be vory popular and several bills havo been introduced to carry it out AH tho governments hemisphere will contribute to tbo cost of tho survey of Central and South America will offer heavy inducements in tho shape of land grants and subsidies construction of tho road JlKTALIATXON ON CANADA IVECOMMKNDED WASHINGTON May special committee to iltivostlgute the alleged of commerce from tho rail roads of tlie United States 10 those of Gnn acla and tbu alleged discrimination of the Ounadian CJuials against American vessels presented a report today It rcooraTnenda that inasmuch as Canada charges entrance and clearance foes of 50 oonte oaob and every time an American vessel visits dian andas a rebate cents is made oh United States products passing Welland Canal bouudlo Oana dlan ports similar discrimination should btf Jovhnl In American iuko ports and In the Son canal ajjulnst Canadian vessels Con cerning thu trallic of Canadian roads in compotitlori with American roads tho com mittee recommended that olthorsucli license system shall bo cstabllHliodas will be appli cable to Canadian railroads doing business in tin Juitod or some other plan not InjurloiiH to tinKonial trade and commerce of tho oounfry which shall secure to Ameri can railroads fin equal chanco in competition tho Canadian railroads ANXJKTV OVfJKTMB TAKILIT A IUTKO number of IncjuIrSes have been received by the Kopubliofui njombers of the Ways and Moans Committee respecting tlio date of probubio passage ot tlio taritl bill date fixed I the bill for tho beginning of ItsopHiutlons Is July Jst mxvt arid from statements contained in those conununica It appears that thu business of the country is in a very unsettled condition in anticipation of unlookedfor changes in the tariff ft is stated that the sugar trade in particular is depressed and disturbed To these inquiries a reply being made that thf Senate cannot possibly pass the bill finally before tin 1st of July which fact in itself would necessitate a change In the flute fixed Hi the bill and the probabilities aro that the change to be maflo will provide that thebill shall not take clVcct bcforo the beginning of tbo next calendar year and possibly not until tho 1st of July 1801 MKlCCIIANa1 MARINE Senator Kryo will report tornorrow from tbo Committee on Commerce the known as thu Shipping League Tonnage bill al ready favorably reported from the Commit tee on Merchant Marino of tlio House with amendments Also a bill to provide for ocean mail service between the United Status tuid foreign ports and to promote which lias been known as tbo bill The bill authorizes tho Post masterGeneral to make contracts for a term of ten years with American for carrying tlie United States mails in Ameri can steamships between ports the United States and ports of foreign iiations Tho Commissioner of tho General Land Olllce In a decision today holds moneys paid by public hind enlrymen to at local UiiUl ofllees in thoir official capacity as soon as paid aro public moneys within the intent of Uuj law and such payments aro hold to be payments to tho Government In the case hi point Receiver Smith at Tucson ibMconiIed with a largo amount ol money paid tb him by en try men iipou mak ing final proofs Tho decisions have hereto fore been against the allowryico of the entry when the money paid to the defaulting Receiver before the entry is allowed aud final receipt CONIimMATIONS Daniel IHuitlti Assistant Treasurer of the United States Chicago California W D Perry cook Vullajo J T Murlo Santa Ana Kmma Hope Sonoma E E Uranium Jlolyoko J C Koplet Aimcoiidt It F Hammond Ash laud Olf A1UD JjANDS Tho Soriato Com mi I tee on of Arid Land will make a report upon tho subject to tho Senate probably on Monday The majority of the committee will recom mend a transfer of control of from the Geological Survey to the Agricul tural Department for the reason that Pro 1owoll tho Superintendent of tin Hnrvov bollovos tho establishment of a sys tem of Irrigation should bo preceded by topographical survey which will require Urn for completion UtmKHTUAlNJCIJ WIllI CANADA Hit from tho Committee Oir Foreign Alfalrs r op or ted to tlio House a Mibstiliuto for a resolution referred to tho committee to promote aoonnnereial linioi with Instead of repeating tho terms of Invitation therein contained the eommltleo veooiumonds the adoption of a resolution cleelarlngfl readiness to take np the whole subject of eommorciaL Intercourse whenever Canada expresses a desire to have unrestrained trade between tho two countries TII13 IUVKR AND TFAHUOH Tho managors of tho Rivor and Harboi bill havo decided to pass tbo bill In the House on Monday under a suspension or tho riikw CONSCIENTIOUS Congressmen Sayers Texas and Bland havo returned to the Treasury lost througli the defalcation of Sileott and it uuclorstood that some will follow that example on the ground that the llouso should not have voted to repay mem bers stolon money WINDOM ON THE CURHENCY DJStfJKS TJ1AT HIS POLICY IS ONE OF CONTKACTION Tho Por Cupltii Circulation of tho United SfcjiLos Comtwrml of Other CountriosWhat tlio Surplus Amounts To WASHINGTON May SeoiDtory Windom has written a letter hi reply to au article in a liuinclal newspaper on tho general subject of currency in which ho refutes tho asser tion that the Administration favors a con traction of tho uuiTOtioy Ho gives figures In regard to tho circulation and treasury holdings on and mulcos comparison wltih an estimate oE fcho circulation of tho principal countries of TCuropo According to those figures andestimating the prosent population of tho United Statics at tho amount of iiiefcullluuncl paper money in tho United States not inolu clingany portiou of tho amount hold by the treasury is per capita or more than in any of the loading countries of Europe with the ex ception oi France in which the circulation is estimated at per capita1 In ronrd u tho money supposed Lo bo hoarded bv tho United States Seorotivry SJVVP Aside from Uo fund aciiositocl in tho rnnvsurv by Mtuipnul banks for rodoniption of and tho balitncus on Uoposit by hi oHlcors tho only roservo which is kuph by tho Tronssury is in gold for tlie redemption of Untlor Tho socalled surplus whiuli Is thu excess of receipts over expenditures onn lisivcl imdor tho prusont law only in the re demption of the bonded debt of the United States which is being dono as rapidly aj the bonds ciin btIndlciousty The surplus on the llrstrJnstant exclusive frnotional silvor amounted to only of which was on deposit in Na tional hanks performing the duty of a oircnla tin midium It is the pqlicy ami tho purpose of tho Department to withdraw a largo portion of this deposit and invest it in Stitey bonds as ru pid ly as1 Ifcaii be done without clan ofiloowasliip tho actual Tbo Secretary closes 1 bavo metulud animal increase of the currency amounting to about num it should bo evident therefore that this latter Is not Intomlpd to express any opinion as to tho suflioncy of our currency but only tb cor rect a certain asto its A Cheap Ijiteijvtiuo Trust YORK May fTiiTBaNB Sun Francisco pub Ushers of English reprints and of all other of liaye boon long ootapl ai n 1 n g of th o d estr u c tly d oonipo tltlon which haSboon a chief feature of the trade liave lioon nearly a dozen firms Instills city still others1 in Chicago vhich have boen suolV1 that oven a living profit so they say aoomecl to bo beyond the of But inipbrtant houses publishing u ticopyrigh ted books liayo either sold inrientod their interests jQhn Obmpuuy of and jth or d prbmisos to boi a tr us t i n books Itluvt with the and eot THE STRIKING A Frenzy to Quit Seizes ths THEY KNOW NOT WHAT THEY WANT StriTvCS Without Warniiis and With out Aiparent Bos ton and Carpenters Out Philadclphians ConiLdent of Victory CrncACO May threatened strikes in this city whichmay be said to havo yesterday when organized labor took its holiday were not rnado ap parent until this morning the men failed to resume work at many shops The Black road in of McCormieks reaper wbrkshad much thosame appearance today as it had four years ago None of the strikers could bo Every man boy and girl employed in the Malleable Iron Works Twentysixth and Eockwoll streets is out The total number of employees is 1200 No particular reason was assigned by tho quitting work A committee was appointed last night to wait upon theofficials but they scorned disinclined to go before their employ ers President JJalley called the strikers about him and upbraided them for going out without notice and told thorn that when they found out whubjthoy wan tod to let liim know their Tbo men scorned not to know what to say in reply Thechair man oC tho moulders committee says they want ten hours as a clitys liiteen cents advance hi wages and fifty per cent extra for over time At the great Works about fifty went oht but work was progressing its visual A Jarge proportion of at Clio foundries of Uarniim Elehards tho Ajax Forge Company and tho Chicago Car WhoclCompany wont out and those concerns wore closed As elsewhere no formal demand was made on tho employ ers At tho WellsFrench Car Companys shops every one of tho thousand employees wont out and the closed Tho black smithswore the only ones who in ado known their demand which wasfor eight hours as a liys work At E Robertas foundry it was said the men seemed either a strike or a vacation so tlio works have shut down till next Monday to them and to make repairs Tlie uutlio number of employees oC Kalibank soups andVlard will go out Monday Coopers to tho number of eighty struck this This was a surprise as tho men employed by Palibank are re ceiving bettor wages than those paid else whore They want eight hours work and nine hours pay About six hundred men will striko Tho coopers aro earnest in thoir demand for eight and in all portionsof tho city mon aro quitting work ou fusal of to the northwestern districts of the citythere is not one cooper working From throe to four thousand sash door and blind menwalked out of various fac tories In the southwostiumbor district this morning Tho action was apparently with out warning The men came to their places as usual this morning and with a iow ex ceptions proceeded to vyork when the whistles blew An hour or so later they throw down thoir toolsandquietly walked out giving no explanation A report is current tonight that nearly all the planing mills men in the city will quit tomorrow Id was also said that all tho woodworkers in whatever branch of business wore ioin tho striko at any moment Everything re malnod notwithstanding the large number of rnon idle and tho police say they do not anticipate any disturbance Four hundred men in Denmans furniture factory and TOO in tho Chicago Cottage Organ factory struck thisafternoon for eight hours Several thousand lumber sliovrrs in tho lumber the Black road aro dissatisfied anda strike is among Tho board of the dif ferences between the striking carpontcrs and tho new Bosses Associationwas in all day and overling At a hour to il ight Juclge I Kiggs said that they were making favorable progress The old Master Carpenters Association refused to join tho conference THE BOSTON BOSTON May strike ters is proceeding are 1700 men out aiul twenty menat work Some of quIt tomorrow A THOUSAND JjOlUSVILM S May 1200 pcnters in this city 000 and 1000 struck today foreight hours and 25 cents an hour as thoininnnunv wages The non unionists aro fast joining tho strikers iiy tomorrow but at work Ono big contractor luis signed the arbitra tion committees but tho Builders and has sofar igudrod tlio NO STIUKK AX JLTTJWATJKEE strike for eight hours did not malerialixe this morning Many been granted eight hours and no be taken till Sunday to decide on action bosses who comply held1 THE was rejoicing UunongVtbo carpenters headquarters th is rnbruing it was an nounced that the aid of tho strikers by ordering that no bricklayers should window or door frames for bosses who re Cuse to grant the demandsof la some cases bricklayois stopped on th isac count and alt will Fifty eight of the in tho city conceded tlio advance irrasp i RIOTOUS x ispatch an extensive inanufaqtiirihg partriienfc of tlioNbrthV providus trouble has broken The liands employed iii striko Groiitcrowtlsgatliercd abont opOO stiikeiS from Eoubaix Soon all hiiiids beganto show feeling which which was progressing have been oristratioa noisy but Of trades unions kmip as ap pointed to petitionIn faybiSf feet doeliued dcipiita ue XNS manner througliout tho day They impcded all kinds of business stopping market carts and scattering and tralnping upon their contents Tho civil guard was continually eugagedin attempting to disperse theiiotersbutfoiled to Finally a state of scigy Late tonight the strikers fired a tool hut Guards charged tho two of the strikers were Another gang attacked a printing office in which a procla mation was being printedThey put a stop to tho work iind tbc were obliged to get tho proclamations printed under military protection DlSTUnUANCKS AT VALENCIA MADRID Valorioia many mas ters havo conceded to tho demands of tbo workmen but tho strikers prevented tho men work The dry goods porters and dockmen became riotous but were suppressed by cavalry Troops arc now guarding tho threatenedfactories and establishments Similar disturbances occurred at Saragbssa and Alicanti Tin1 IRISH STRIKE DUBLIN May railway strikers will probably resume work Monday Arch bishop Waich having accepted the modified terms of the railway directors GLADSTONE8 LONDON May has written a letter In exhorts theworking class to considerclosely their present position He says vThcrc may como a time when labor will prove too strong for capital and may use its strength unjustly but capital hold its Iiv conclusion ho expresses a see labor and art al lied with a view to alleviating aud adorn ing tho lifo of man TJ133 rHENCH STRIKKKS PARIS May Roubaix strikois ex tending to adjacent com in unities At strikers attacked Hodens fnictory The troops dis persed thorn aftor a struggle IN BOTH ATHLETIC ACHIEVEMENTS A CUSTOMS APMINISTBATIVB DIS C USSION IN THE Statistics Wanted on tho Exportation and of Precious Copyright Bill Defeated by tlio Iloxiao WAsrriNGTOK May In the Senate among the bills reported and placed on tho calendar was the House bill for classifi cation of worsted cloths Tlio Committee ou InterstateCommerco raaclo a report on the subject of American commerce by Canadian railroads Ordered printed Vest introduced a bill to place express oorapimles under fcho provisions of the Interstate Commuroo roportod i resolution which wcntovor till tomorrow calling on Secretary of the Treasury for tis to tlio importation nncl gold and during uicl as to tho bimlc notes riitirijd andthe kmd of monuy issued to take The conourroiit resolution olTerecl by roqneiiting the with Britain and Mexico with a view to scour ing a trciity for thoproven tion the Cliincsc into the agreed A message from wlthV tho House nmcndinont to theSenate DcpenrlCiitiPonsiqivhill laid boforo tiny Senate rcfoirod lo tlio Coinmittue on Lho Customs AdiniuistmUvc biJKwRs the question being on G rays strike out of in cifisos wherein JVppliipaUqiV bn lllctl in the Circuit Court within tito time ami nv tho1 limn nor and insert a provision is not clearly distinct tlio olassitl cation of any imported article thevlowest1 of Tiitcs sliull be levied and collected arid the shall inform tho Secretary of the Trimsnry for roport to Congress i During tlie discussion of the amoixdment Phitt intorruptedto say that ho WHS riot prosent when the ropoit waspresented from tho Interstate Commeruo Committee on the subject of Canadian railways and ns a member of that committoe did notnssontto that TO port tho sections of tlioIntorstnto act as to long anO short haul and pooling should be repealed Jho discussion of Grays amend inonL was re sumed aixTin the course of ilvShermaii declared that if he had his way ho never any of those revenue cases to go to any qpurt H was an Ailministmtiyc not a judicial and if any A HeadSinnin CatchasCatchCau Wrestling SLUGGERS IGNORE THE REFEREE A Mill in Which Rules Ctit No Figure New Orleans Games anil Races NEW ORLEANS May Bis Francisco Chronicle Jack Lawrence of Detroit whipped Louis Gniltbeau of New Orleans in seven rounds for aSGOO purse before the Columbia Athletic Club Guiltbcau was green but proved a surprise having matters his own way for four rounds Ho wasted a great many blows and virtually wore himself out Lawrence broke the youngstersjaw in the fifth round and jabbed away at it ail the time Guiltbeau was knDckcd down a times and finally lay ffat Ho was taken to tho hospital and afterwards arrested for embezzling 800 from a furniture house for some months ago He for tho first time since the discovery of his misdeed A CATC1TASCATCHCAN JfATCH BUFFALO May H Faulkner the English champion lightweight wrestler ofthe world and Dennis Gallagher of this city wrestled match at the Gaiety Theater tonight Tho con ditions of tho match were that Faulkner was to throw or best Gallagher inside of twenty minutes Both rnon wont in for blood when time was called The match was a great exhibition of science as well as of strength Faulkner did some clover head spinning and in the opinion of promincni sports lie won the match At one time it was hard to judge whether tho were wrestling or slugging and excitement ran wild At the close of the battle referee OConnell declared the match n draw Ho was immediately mobbed Both men claimed tho stakes and a general row followed After a long iooUid without discussion Gtiiy ollorod another was rejected Tho discussion was interrupted to recoivo1 a tho House of the Soimto AntiTrust bill with iiivamendimnt which was referred to the Discussion of the Customs bill wasrosuinucl At toclock tho clisoussion closed aiidthe Senate oomnuinciirl to vote on the bill ami pending Vest called for a separate vote on the committee amendment to the thirteen tioji lo sUiko on I tho liquidated accordingly The owner consignor or agent of imported merchandise sub iecfcto rcapprnisembnt by the bpaid ol gemnal iippraisors have the privilegeof with or without counsel as be may and insert or person ncting as such shall ascertain fix and liquidate the rate and amount of duties to be pfncVpnsxiclvJiicicliiindise andduti able charges according to The amendment was to Hiscock8 pro positionto give a trial sby certain cases fiukd to secure the assentofthe and was not the other were agreed to aiid the bill nays being the only Democrat voting in the afllrnmtivo Plutt gave would onnext Mon day Senate to take up the bill Tor the ad mission bnVyomiug On Jones tho bill authorizing the issue of treasury notes deposits bullion was decidedto be up as inoss from WedncsclayMioxl until disposed of conferonce report on the Okhihoma Town sites bill was presented andagreed After May pre sentod a peliUon of the citizens of against thetpbiicco schedule of the TarifJf June 14th was setapart for Ran The House resumed consideration of tueCopy right was discussed all the afters noon and twoameiiclments were adopted A vote was finally th the and third reading of the bill and it was Before the anripiiiicementrif inrklgo who voted in changed bis vote to the negative for the purpose reconsiclern tibn moved tolay the table and A to a A vote on and if was de feated but hour 6clock had arrived the Cliairnian declared under the rulGSlthe in oclock The motions to reconsider anclto lay that thetable po over till tomorrow the evening session beiug for private p V CiitCAG o May vicepresid eh t 3aiita resi triutfeiinaiij EE lONOIlKD STK May hardfought battle occurred last night at the City Hall when Black Frank the champion middleweight of the North Diamond wcie matched Twclyo rounds were fought the men paying no attention to the referee and hammering each other without regard to the length of the round After tho twelfth round tho policbinterfered and tho battle was do draw Both were badly punished The Players Brotherhood CLEVBDAND May wildncss and the heavy batting of thoChicago Brotherhood club was tho cause of Clcve lunds defeat thisafternoon Attendance lopo 0 I 1 2 0 0 04 4 1 21300 Base 7 Chicago Cleveland 4 Chicago 3 and Baldwin Umpires Knight Jones PiTTSnuitG May marked tho Brotherhood Tho batting was light but the visitors won throughopportune Attend ance 2000 0 0000000 1 0030001 G Buffalo S Bnt Carroll Kcefc aiul Maclc uni and Maatlhews THE IHILMES BKATEN PHtLADKrAHiiA May fonr thou sand saw the Boston Brotherhood team beat the a wellplayed game th 4 Boston 8 iPliiilfclclpbia a t lIustud and Cunningluuu and Mulligan and Kelly and Tils rOZZEjli BBOOKGVN May Brotherhood game this afternoon Connie Murphy proved a puzzle to the entire game Keefe was hit at critical stages 00 Score Brooklvn 3 0 00 0 New 3 0 0 000 0 03 10 NewYork 5 Brooklyn 3 Isew York 3 andJiinslow Kcefoand Kwing neyaud Barnes The National Jjeague April League players could not hit Khines after This combined with Lincolns wild ness and a bunching of hits by tho visitors gave Cincinnati another victory 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 01 0 l p 0 0 20 1 5 ChicjnnaU Errors Cleveland 1 Cincinnati 2 ainlZimmerRhines and ILarrington McQiindo AT April The League game this afternoon was hotly contested and was won by the home clab by better fielding wildness proved costly l0 0 0 3 3 7 New 2 0 0 0 Q 0 0 6 York 7 PhilBiielplriiu1 Kcw riuid Deckers Bussie and Buckley Um 1 May aftefndons Clii cagoPittsburg League game was noted for iHunerbus errorsaud heavy with about even 1300 07 1 and ic v jue contest rl 1 M f aouu l r pj 1 i Boston I IS jjrooklyri 0Brobklyiv 2 hs of a won llarsbur second VVurliko third Time TIIK NiSHVIHi May of a milo Consiu looms won Frod Fink second Lovolaml third Time Kournncl i half Jlowani Dtuit Knappsooond Hhaoa thinl Timo Xvi won Bally Hoo second Banujv third Timo Fivceighths of i Brown won siConfT lUirr iliini Timo of u second DahliJ third Timo Fivtiighlhsof a Urigol won Tom Karl secoiul third Tinic H1LX ON BALLOT 11EFOKM Ho Signs a Bill Which He Iocs Not jantirely Approve ALBANY N May Hill to day approved the Ballot Reform bill In the message accompanying it he says in part I have steadily opposed every ef fort if impose unnecessary restrictions and impracticable relations upon our election system which are not adopted to our free institutions or which would render our elections enormously expensive and vexa tion It is to bo regretted however that such endeavor has only been pnrtially suc cessful In the interest of an honorable compromise with divers opinions and with a sincere desire to agree upon a bill which should accomplish something towards per fecting our elections even though it shall not be wholly satisfactory 1 have felt con strained to yield my views as to several pro visions which I must still deem I am not disposed however to haggle about mere words or useless technicalities Pur ing all the controversy of the past throe years I have invariably insisted upon tho right of an elector to prepare his own ballot at home ond bring it with him to the polls and vote it and so long as this bill does not materially infringe upon that right I am THE CASUALTY RECORD TWO KMXED IX TKK ALICE A Trackman on tho Utah Northern Killed Forest Pearl of Ickiu Casualty BUTTE May Special to TUB Tui In aii accident at the Alice mine here this afternoon two miners Gregory Squires and Jacob Gates wore killed The men were descending in a cage and a timber caught thorn mangling their bodies and knocking them oil the cage A TRACKMAN KILLED P OCATELLO Idaho May Special to Tnis J J Noouan trackman on the Utah Northern whileswitching cars at Daly this morning was run over and instantly killed S IN corauft DALISNB SPOKANE FALLS May 2 Special to There aro big floods in the Coeur dAlene A train was near tonight on account of tlie flood FIUKS IX Tlllj Specials from vari ous points in tho Northwest indicate quite a general trouble from forest fires TJio most serious are in the vicinity of and Brahioril where valuable prop erty is in danger The extensive lumber mills of oxGqvornqr Gull River lire in imminent danger FlltKS IN WISCONSIN MILYWAUKHB May J Serious forest fires are reported tonight from northern parts of tho State Much damage was done around Mason along iho Onlaha road wliere tho woods are and two or thieo houses in the town were burned Thcvo is a lire in the stumps and underbrush bftweon Hurley and Ironwood which spread with great rapidity along the section boidering on tlio mines from Ashland to Aurora burn ins three or four miners cottages All the mills and factories at Kice Lake county were kept closed today so that the men could protect their homes THE Olf PEKIN ACC1DKN1 May result of the ac cident on tho Chesapeake Ohio railroad to tho Pearl of Pekiu Company is turning out more serious than at first supposed Bertie Fisch the soubrette is still atStaun ton and it is reported that she is not likely to recover the use of her limbs which are paralyzed Louis the come dian injured about the head is threatened with brain fever and considered in a preca rious condition The season of the company has been closed THE U BILL The Government Directors of the BoardDecide to Endorse It Nuw YORK May Francisco Chronide decided to try and haveCongress put us outof said Government Director of Union Pacific Railroad Kufus B Bul lock of The exGovernor is one ofthe five government directors of the railroad mentioned and has jusi re turned from a meetingof the directors In answer to a question he said We had a very amicable meeting indeed and agreed upon thecompromiseplan now before Con gress The plan simple permits the road to have a long time to pay its in debtedness rate of interests and to place entire control in the h acids of private Could Afford to Resign OTTAWA OntM April C Rykert M P for Lincoln has resigned his seat in Par liament tbe Commons tonight amidst an Kykert was charged with receiving for using his political influence with the limit in the Cypress The Government was paid fo r the which was subsequently sold for Kykerti said bceir Government or the in committee and would seek re election playj at of his constituents J A JJeper at tibn that the CalloupesIslaijaJs badly lep josyv back toher on iiext to France demand another trial A Samuel THE CRIES OF THE DAY A TenYearOld Girl Kills Her Schoolmate A FEMALE EMBEZZLER JAILED She Claims to Be Heir of Million aire Sensational Story the Clayton Arkansas luvestigsition fourtlvclass NEW YOHK May TiiiBUira Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle Annie a 1 enyea rold school girl died at GemverneinHospital lust evening from tho result of injuries indicted by Tillio Brown a classmate other own ago Anniu had been in the hospital for nine days pro coding her death and tho physicians said she was suffering from peritonitis caused by a blow on tho stomach Tho doctors tvied to got at the history of her injuries but tho child either could not or would not tell a connected story and professed her Inability to remember the name of bor assailant Mrs EiTonstoiu said that Annio washurt two weeks agolast Sunday In the after noon she sent tho girl out for some milk Tho child returned without tho milk and crying She said that several girls living in the neighborhood had met her on the street and that after taking her milk away one of thorn had knocked her down and beaten hor The detectives learned that Brown was the girl with whom Annie had the fight Tillie lives with her grandmother next door ix tho Encustoms and for some time there had been bad feeling between the girls They attended public school together and had had several tierce listic On the Sim day In question the two girls met as Annie was on her way home and hostilities wore renewed When tho mill ended Tillie had decidedly the better of it A KMUEEXriBK COVINCIVJN May TRIBUNE DIs San Francisco Chronfote Tho of S4700 was charged against Mrs Calvin Myers by Edward Hathaway a welltodo farmer of this county Tho woman was placed under On failure to give bail she was placed In jail Mrs Myers is well known and for years sho has claimed to be the rightful heir to tho fortune of Peter Gaelot York mil lionaire A SENSATIONAL CLAYTON STORY JEPFMUSON May Associated Jarod Sater left hero lost night to testify in the investigation into the John M Clayton at Little Rock Arkansas His story Ls that the murderer was Thomas Hooper who died at Los Angeles California October 10th last Twenty years ago Sater and Hooper lived in California Hooper then told Sater th at he had already killed two men for assisting to lynch his Hoopers father In Arkansas some years before that Tohn M Clayton also took part in the lynching and that he Hooper him for llooperr sold h is iri California saying He was gohig back to to kill Clayton That was twenty yenrs ago and Sater never again till alter Clay ton Hooper returned to Los Angeles lie admitted killing Clayton Sater told tho facts to the authorities but the story is not credited illlS INVESTIGATING COMMITTED ROCK May Before the Clay tonBrackinridge committco today Colonel W H Clayton told about his going to Plummcrvillti the after he heard of his brothers death He said that no one iii Plummervjllc ottered him any sympathy or any assistance Tho houseswere closed no ono was on the street and evcryhodyaVoided him Ho thought the conspiracy his brother was concocted in Morrillton and it was known to at least twentyfive men in line county that it was to occur Ho be lieved his brother was killed by Oliver Bentley and Bob Bate He was firmly con vinced that the persons who stole the ballot box killed his brother He did not charge the Democratic party with being responsible He believed the Governor had done his duty in his efforts to apprehend the assassins but thought he had been led off on the wrong track AN IDAITO CJUMK Moscow Idaho May Joshua i Tear aged 50 shot and seriously wounded his wife aged 30 and killed himself yesterday because she asked him to go to work A Stanley Reception LONBON May 2 The Emm Belief Com mittee gave a reception in honor of Stanley this evening The Prince of Wales pre sided Among the guests were many mem bers of royalty and other distinguished per sons Stanley paid a high tribute to the devotion and courage of h is associates Tho Wales proposed a vote of thanks to Stanley which was adopted by tion McCalla Testifies NKW YORK May In the Mepaila court martial todayj Commander menced h is testimony by saying that liede sired to assnuie respousibiiity for all acts ori hoard the whether lie waa present or not gave an outline of the line of the cruise At ports the facilities for desertion were Witness assumed all the responsibilities for tying Fitzgerald to the and for the punishment in fifrtod on and Henning Withesssaidthc ironing of the men at llouen almlntely Tlie chaining of men here and at Yil lafranoe for safekeeping and not for punishment McCalla then repeated of ship come on found it sequent of of the deck and one Californias Crop SAN May giving an estimate of the crbpVprbspectsfdr or this says the State as a whole shows a slight increase in acreageV Ten thousand new vintSs in and j trees have bceii set out in libs Angeles itt the TlVe fruif crpftlm ttieStata will be the largest An f desire aiwaa Of realatc a4aiS Gaamalaf   

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