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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - June 12, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                THE MOST EXTENSIVE CIRCULATION EXCEEDING In aCotuitfcln VOL 216 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH THUBSDAT 12 1890 SOME STARTLING FIGURES Bcxt Years Pensions Will Reach Two Hundred Millions FORTY MILLIONS ADDED YESTERDAY Tlhc Senate Committee Make Radi cal Changes in tho Tariff Bill Speaker Kectl in a CornerThc Sundry Appropriations Capital Notes thl TBIUTTNU BUREAU 517 Fourteenth Street D Juno 11 1800 An agreement was reached by tho con ferees on tho disagreeing votes of the two ITouses on tho General Pension bill and the report of the conferees was submitted to day and explained in the House IThe meas ure agreed upon will add names to tho pension rolls Increase the pensions of men who arc already on tho roll will add to the annual disburse ments for pensions Theso figures are given by the advocates of the uiousure and may bo regarded as tho minimum In all previous legislation of thin kind whnro estimates wore presented they fell very far short of tho actual ex penditures and It Is probable that In this case the forty millions or dollars which the gave us tho probable cost of this piece of legislation will be double that amount when the rolls are completed Tho amount otthlfl bill will swell the pension roll for tho fiscal year of ISO to an aggregate of nearly one hun dred and sovontyflvo million dol lars if It doea riot exceed that sum Tho expenditure on account of pensions for tho current fiscal year will bo about one hun dred and tori million dollars and tho bill agreed upon together with tho numerous Individual pension bills passed by Congress will place the aggregate expenditure for tho coming year within tho shadow of two hun dred million dollars The bill provides for tho pensioning for all dependent parents of noldlors of the Into war and gives a pension of from to S12 jior month to all portions who served three months or morftIn tho army or navy and who arc now or who may be hereafter suffering from mental and physi cal dlflablUltas of a permanent character which incapacitate thorn for tho perfor mance of manual labor to such a degree as to render thorn unublo to a livelihood This pension is to bo proportioned according to tho Inability Of the pensioner to earn a living and Is to continue during tho exist ence of his disability HEED WAS conNiariEt WASHINGTON Juno Dispatch Francisco Chronicle Speaker Ileod admits that tho light In the House on tile Slvbrnmr gave him tho closest corner rind sharpest turn ho over had In his life 1 the first place tho report of tho Committee on Ivuloa sotting apart a day for tho consideration of tho bill was carried by only one majority tho oblcctloa boing not to tho committee making such a report nor to tho considera tion of silver legislation but to tho provision of tho bill that was to bo considered UHMI again there wore twentynine men on tho Bonublloan side who wero determined to re commit tho bill and pass a froo coinage measure unless the caucus sehomo was stricken out Rood rocliicod this number to nineteen by skillful working of political wires and then to fourteen by diplomacy This was as far as bo could go on tho Repub lican party and loft tho supporters of the bllUna minority Hart ho stopped then It would have boon recommitted but ho wont to work on tho Democratic sldo and by the use of tho Inlluoncethat tho Speaker only can exort succeeded In persuading tho ant silver Democratsto veto for tho caucus bill instead of voting against it or declining U veto as most of thorn had determined to do It was a desperate situation but tho bpoaker hauled his party out of it and won a groat victory TUB lllU WASH TNGTON Juno Associated Senate Committee on Finance today considered and amended tho Houso SUvor bill Tho proviso making tho issued In payment ot bullion logal tendoi for public and private dpbts was str ckon out leaving thorn receivable for customs taxes anil public duos The bullion rodornp tion clause was stricken out also the sec tion providing for tho free coinage of silver whenever tho market price Is one dollar foi 171 25 of pure silver Tho not Isnuido to take effect in thirty days after passage nnd shall terminate at tho expiration of tei voars therefrom action of tho committee was not unanimous but tho minority will make no report rosorvins tho right to offor amend ments on tho floor of tho Sonato a ho strik ing out of the bullion redemption clause was THuetleaHv unanimous Tho Dependent Pension bill as agreed upon bv tho conference and reported to the Home loday after urovlding for ponslon inr dependent parents of all persons who sorvo1 three months or more hi the military or naval service of tho United States during the war of the rebellion and who have been honorably discharged therefrom nnd who now or may hereafter bo suftovlng from mental or physical disability of a permanent chiraotor not tho result of tholrowuvl cions habits which incapacitates them from tho performance of manual labor in such a clcgveo us to render thorn unable to otun tholr support shall bo Dittoed upon the list of invalid pensioners to bo entitled to rooeivo pensions uot to ex ceed SI per month and not loss than per month proportioned to their Inability to irn support suoh pension to continue dur the existence of such disability Rank service shall not bo considered in the ap p ieatlons filed under this not Provision Is n ado for pensioning at the rato of per month tbe widows of men who served ninety days without proving that death was tho result of army service and likewise grant ing per month to each child under sixteen years THE SUNDRY APPROPRIATIONS Chairman Cannon from tho Committee ron Appropriations today imbmtttod to the llousft tho sundry civil appropriation bill It recommends total appropriations of being less than the regular and special estimates aud in excess of the appropriation carried by the last bill The report states that It is apparent that the excess Is largely due to not Incorporated lnthe last sun dry civil act among which nro the eleventh oensas artificial limbs dis abled soldiers homes for disabled volunteer soldiers aid to State homos for soldiers lighthouse es tablishment irrigatlpn marine hospital at San Francisco and a largo num ol appropriations for public buildings will result In their uniting under the namo Norwegian Lutheran Free Charcl of This is tho largest eathoSevor held in the Northwest and fncludc the ablest men of tho denomination from all over tho United States THE QUEBEC BOOJLERS Investigation of Them Checked by Witnesses Heliining to Testify Jan Francisco Ciironicte pro ceedings of tha Royal Commission which is nvestlgating cliargos of boodllng by con tractors and corruption by tho Quebec Gov ernment wero blocked today by the re fusal of two witnesses to answer questions One of the witnesses was AY P Whelan a contractor who swore that ho had given fully to tho Govcrncnt election iKents to be used for bribing electors 000 going to Ernest Pecaml editor of the Elceteur in Quebec one of the agents lue othexwitness was Pocaud The hitches oc curred when Whelan was asked to say from whom he got tho information that the money was intended for the purpose of brib ery and when Pecaud was asked to state to whom he paid the money he got V for the commitment of both witnesses for contempt of court have been issued and they Will bo sent to jail tomorrow if nil at tempt Is not made to impeach tho author ity of the commission or tho witnesses do not reconsider their determination CONGRESSIONAL PROCEEDINGS THE SENATE P VSSES UVE STOCK MEAT BILXS Groat Britain to 5Jo Koquostod to Modify Hur KofirulatioiiHTho Pension 1J111 Isortod by tho THE QUEENS UNITED STATES Our Antipodean Prototype Demands a Fleet of War Ships A DIVISION OF AFRICAN SPOILS England and Germany Will Cut the Disputed Territory in Chronicle in af Foreign News s of WASHINGTON Juno tho Senate adverse reports wore made from tho Finance on Stanfordsbill for Govern ment loans ou real estate and on iho bill to abolishiiiotnl rhoiioy Tlio bills wore in definitely postponed Tho Committee on Finance reported back favorably with sundry amonclmonts tho Houso Silver bill which was taken up and Eusblsaddressed the Senate Ho spoke in favor of unre stricted coinage and was followed by Sen ator Turplo on tho same side Tho Silver bill wont over until tomorrow Tho Senate bill to prohibit a monopoly of tho transportation of nattlo to foreign coun tries was passed with an amendment that It shall not apply to vessel room already contracted The Senate joint resolution in regard to export trade in cattle was then passed It requests tho President oT tho United States to cause correspondence and negotiations to bo hud with tho authorities of Groat Britain for the purpose of securing an abrogation or modification of tho regulations now en forced which require cattle Imported luto Great Britain from the United States to be slttiiffhlorod at pott of entry and pro same from being carried alive to othor places in said kingdom Tho Senate billto provide for tho Inspec tion of vo cattle and boot production in tended for export to foreign countries was then arid passed It requires the Secretary of Agriculture to oanso to be niftdo a carofnl inspection of all live oattlo and boef products Intended for export to foreign countries from tho United States with a view to ascertain whether such cattle and beef products are free from and for this purpose bo may appoint In spectors wlu shall be authorised to give ofllclal stating the condi tion in which such animals and beef products are no clearance shall bo given any vessel having on board cattlo or beet products for exportation to foreign coun tries unless tho owner of such cattlo lias a oortillcato from tho Inspector stating that said cattio or beef products are sound and free from disease Tho Senate then proceeded to of the Individual pension bills on tho calendar and passed seventyfive of thorn After executive session adjourned House WASHINGTON Tuno Speaker an nounced tho appointment of Mills as a mem ber of tho Committee on Rules and Tumor as of tho Committee on Ways and Moansto fill tho vacancies occasioned by tho resignation of Carlisle and MoriIll Tho conference report on the Senate Dependent Pension bill was presented Springer asked that tho report go over until tomorrow that it might bo printed Morrlll objected Tho previous question was 110 nays 70 Morrlll Inexplanation of tho report stated that tho conference committee struck out tho rtopondoufr feature of tho Senate bill and tho service feature of tho House bill Tho measure as determined upon was not exactly what ho would desire but was the best ho oould obtain It would distribute among tho poor soldiers of tho NatUrn Yocler Ohio protested against tho con ference report holding that it ignored tho demands of tho soldier Springer entered a vigorous protest against the manner In which tho bill was brought1 before tho Houso No opportunity was offered members to examine its provis ions Cannon favored tho bill on tho ground that It would place on tho pension rolls names and Increase tho pension of mon now on tho rolls MoConms elicited a round of applause by referenceto Morrlll as tho bestfrleud tho sold lor had had in tho House for many years Tho Conference report was agreed 145 uays 50 presented tho conference report on the Senate AntiTrust bill It went over without action until tomorrow and the House adjourned A CHURCH STRIKES ODD LONDON July TRIBUNE Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle The colo nial governments of Australia have all passed the necessary acts providing funds for construction by the British Government of several ships of war to be devoted ex clusively to tho defenseoC Australia lue colonies also propose to establish inter colonial free trade throughout Australia Whether the Imperialfederation as advo cated by Lord Kosebury comes or not all signs point to the certainty of an Austral an union that will present on of the world a copy oftho United America The Australians are satisfiod with tho course of tho British Gov ernment in permitting other European na tions to gain a foothold in Polynesia and with a fleet athand their might take a vigorous form AN COMIHIOMISE LONDON June 11 Tho St James Gazette in an article ontno negotiations now being carried on by Eng land and Germany relative to territory in Africa says that probably asettlement will bo reached by tho terms of which tho Ger mans will evacuate WItu their claims to tho territory behind Wltu Ine Gazette further saysa lino will bo drawn across Victoria Nyanstaone degree south of tho equator to the eastern boundary of Con go State territory north of this lino will be British and all south of it Gorman action of De Peters and the treaties ho has made with tho native chiefs tho Gazette says will bo expressly disavowed at Berlin THE CHHONtCLES RAGE Tho Chronicle commenting onthe pro posed settlement of the East African ques tion as announced by fin tf zctlo says it mostabject and ignomln ions surrender of British interests tuat has been made since England aban doned tho American colonies It auos Little is left to surrender now except Egypt A of AlsaceLorraine to France which would have given Europe some hope of would have boon a cheap price to demand from Germany for such a concession Tho Dublin New thinks the announce ment in tho St James Gazette 5s a feeler to ascertain publicopinionon tho question It says concedes two minor points for one main point The British Government is likely to bo in the ridiculous position of tho 1 ady who saying that shedneer TUB POPUJjAR PKSTir Juno 1 the the Foreign Commlttoo of Hungarian Diet today Hcrr that the gates joyfully endorsed onoo to the Emperor of Germany by Count Kalnolcy Minister of Foreign Aflairs for tho whole in his recent speech to tho high terms of tho position occupied by Italy in the triple alliance He also asked whether Count Kalnoky wquTdendeavor to secure recognition by the variouspowers of Prince Ferndinand as tholawful ruler of Bulgaria Count Kalnoky said the recognition ot Prince Ferdinand althoughof groat was vet of secondary importance Austria he said sought to strengthen and develop tho independenceof the Balkan states as far as possible She would countenance sharper measures He de clared that Austria in ac cord with England especially in regard to affairs in the East BALfiOUBS OOMPIjAIHTS LONDON June a speech at a com plimbntary banquet tonight Balfour said the Irish Socretaryslilp was a target for Parnelllte abuse Ho complained of the obstruction measures of Parliament and expressed regret at what he called the degradation ofthe once groat Liberal which ho said beingdragged in the mud at the heels of a sensationalist mob Balfour also said that the closure was a powerful though dangerous remedy upon single Governmentquestion but was pow erless to deal witlv obstruc tion of long and com plicated measures BISMAllCK DEPENDED BKRMN June Nach richten action of Prince Bis marck In giving his the me dium of foreign There surely was no it inexplaining the policy which the1 Government approved of three mouths whichthovEmperor professed that ho SUPPRESSED June Servian govern ment has seized all the Austrian and Hun suirian be foundin itsterri Kalnokys speech to plot In this the Countsaid that he re gretted the excessive growth of radicalism in Sorvia to receive fromeightto ten shillings for each receipt they return showing that the consignee had received the package which had All the swell Lon don tailors have their agents who come to this country put the and solicit orders The visits agents pc cur in winter to secure ordtors for spring and summer clothing anB in summer to take directions forfall and winter suits In summer they go direct w the watering places especially to Newport atoga and Gape May They rent rooms in tho hotels and prepare rather bountiful luncheons and are all ready to show sam ples of goods and take measurements it is stipulated that they will provide the clotu ing at Lorfdon prices and if the clothing misfits they to pay the expenses ofaltora tlori in this country on board of big steamers the names of a large number of prominent and wealthy people who get theirclothingthis way have been secured by the officials and thereis talk of bringing them up for FORTY PEOPLE BURNED A Terrible Fatality At Spokane SPOKANE FALLS June to Moresi a native of Switzerland was killed yesterday afternoon by being crushed under a twoton crate of plate glass He with a number of other men were unloading acar load of glass at the Northern Paclilc yards Astheywere removing this heavy crate Ittipped over and before Moresi could escape he was caught between the crate and the car Ho was immediately extricated but before medical assistance could be was dead Moresi was 25 years old and single TrjK DAMAGE WASSERtOUS LIVERPOOL Tuce daniago sustained by the steamer City of which struck Hor net rock Sunday was much more serious than aV first Ex perts who have examinee the hull declare that the prompt closing of the sliding door in the bulkhead ileparatlng the foredeck from adjacent compartments alone pre vented tho steam ei from instantly sinking Tho prow is torn for a distance of twenty feet 3TORTV PERSONS BURNED ST PETERSBURG are received here of a disastrous conflagration avid grout loss of a rnm inV district of tho Ural mountains works at Ufaleisk and New Jansk a thou sand dwellings four churches and hospitals and magazines com pletely destroyed Forty persons were burned to death and 18000 made homeless KILLED BY AWINDSTORM CINCINNATI June windstorm this evening destroyed eighf houses suburban village of Elmwood occu pants were turned out in a drenching rain Mr Hoop was tjM ouly casualty known AN ILLINOIS BLOOJUNGTON special to the Pantaarapti gives the particulars of a cyclone which swept Jewitt county about noon today The schoplhouse near Birkbeck was demolished andfive nju red of whom it is feared two will At Wapello the and Methodist1 church wero wreckedarid a man named finally all telegraph poles vere ses iion of the Norwegian Lutheran Amorlcai represented abbutv here to d ay of threes6ciions of the church boon cepuatad for From Poverty to New Version oi OKI Hundred NEW YORK Juno 11 Dispatch gft11 Francisco Chronicle Sun spocial Pltteburg The Forest Grove Presbyterian congregation Is in luck and nil its members promise to become rich through a strike iu oil made on a few acres of ground thoir rickety old chapel called a church The site is located about eleven miles from Pittsburg and is right In the center Of the New Grove oil Holds For years Doacon Beacom has been pastor of the congregation and it took the combined receipts from a few acres of farm ing land the district school and the offer ings of his small congregation to keep tho good man alive but by good fortune this is all changed Three good producers have boon struck in the past week with an average output of about one thousand barrels a day This gives the church peo ple a dailv income of125 from royalties in addition to a cash bonus Two new wells ato being sunk which will increase the church incomO to S7500 a month of the nowwells has boon dubbed Old Hun dred booauso of thorf allowing re vised ver sion of the familiar hymn which one of the drillers has tacked up on the derrick Praise God from whom all blessings flow PrrtlsoTfinVfor putting oil holow 1 Praise1Him ye drillurs give hearty thanks praisovllhn for tho overflowing tanks Would nt Lower the Flag KINGSTON Out Tune There excitement at thovwharf this noon as an k excursion party under the auspices Canadian of Foresters was steamer St boat The trouble over Uhocpmniandor bfthO battery on boardthe steamer ausp the yroiild not the Wiis THEDEEDSOF EVILDOERS A California Bigamist Escapes Through a Rule of Evidence HOW MURDERER EYRAUD IS BEING DUPED A Train Robber Den ver Defaulter Massa chusetts Father Murders His Child Last Hope Gone was a while ago and that the closer rela tions which the railroads formed among themselves were better both for them and C Magoun of the Atchisonbourd declined to discuss the matter Jay Goiud could not be seen ON THE TURF AND DIAMOND directions trees demolished A MANIA FOK THEY MEANT BUSINESS Constitution of Jthe Proposed Fili hiisterers Repudiated SAU FBANCISGO Juno Chronicle special from San Diego United States Marshal Gard arrived from Ensonada Low or California wherehe has been making an investigation of the filibustering investigation a copy of the provisional oftho new republic which the filibusters expected to form was secured and the docu ment has been The constitution asserts political freedom A Tricked Spends on a Worthless Title San Francisco Chronicle Series Mrs Kos alie a pretty little French woman was yesterday discharged from the Insane Asylum where she been for sev eral weeks She was placed there because sho had a mania for spending of money In defense of a worthless She is said to fecently in attorney fees on the title to property riot worth a nickel Her trouble Is duo to a young man named Henry B who claims to have come from California and has posed as a lawyer Garrett madelove to Mrs Charpentlers daughter and won the mothers confidence She wanted to buy a piece of property in the to which was a flaw He was very much ana promised to examine the title for her A few days later he reported therewere five claimants all of whom he undertook to buy out with He the money and after that he was sweetheart i Finally to1 thewidpw a paper of some sort a deed Her suspicions were aroused and she caused an investigation to be made Her discovery was he had actually spent about seventyfive dollars for herthat he was not a lawyer and finally that during his engagement to her daughter had married Miss OSullivan She caused his arrest and bail was at first furnished for him by his motherinlaw who afterwards crew fearful and surrendered him to police He swallowed a considerable quan tity of with suicidal intention was resuscitated and imprisonment at Sing Sing is now serving It is to bolster up the filinsy title obtainedfrom Garrett th at Mrs Gharpentier has since THE IT Some of the Questions and A Years v Iniprisoriment from the declares United that States of Mexico and people hereby delegate their authority to a council of administration for the purpose of a war of and that the authority of said1 council when aconstitutional convention of thepeople should be Allilegislative r judicial and executive functions vested in said declaration of martial law should prevail ouVthe peninsula The the duties of taryGeneral TreasurerGeneralvSuryeyor General and other officers composing the council of r V THE patch San Francisco Clironicle A court tried Trince Iturblde and despite the defense his lawyer he to one years im prisonment He appealed fronv the sen tence The officers were asked tpdewde which are their answers Is the prisoner guilty Yes Is he Yes Did his crime cause a scandal to the army and VaslheYScS fSerlynoted forgood con duct or was be meritorious as soldier JSo NEW YORK June Dispatch Francisco Chronicle Mott formerly of California charged with bigamy was acquitted at Jersey City yes terday Motb came into court accompanied by a very pretty young woman who was known as wife No 2 She had made the complaint They had recon ciled She testified that she had been married to Mott by Kov George Nicholson on January 20th After living with him three months she had discovered that he had smother wife living in California Motts counsel objected to the witness tes tifying any further he said that the State shall prove that this woman 3s not the legal wife of Mott A wife cannot testify against her husband and unless it is proved that this woman is not his wife she cannot Thejudge sustained tho objection The Judge turned to the jury and said There is nothing to show that a previous marriage existed except the defendants admissions andthey are insufficient The Court directs that you return a verdict of acquit tal Tho jury did it without leaving their seats and airs Mott smiled through her tears and loft the courtroom on her hus bands arm KrRAUD TO BE TRICKED HAVANA June situation of the Eyraud affair remains unchanged The morning papers say that Eyraud is unjustly treated being innocent until he is proven yet he is treated like a man con demned before his trial begins It is an nounced as a travesty on justice to set a deathwatch on a man not yet tried how ever much the evidence may be against him Eyraud swears he is innocent of the actual killing of Goullc and demands a trial It has been decided to keep him in prison until the steamer sails on Monday Then heavily Ironed ho will be put into a carriage and told that hois to be taken to court Instead of that he is taken to the steamer Lafayette and delivered to Gail lard and the detectives under the French flag and then the Spanish officials willwash their hands ofthe responsibility and breathe more freely Eyrauds terror of1 returning to Paris amounts to a mania and when he discovers the played on him his despair will be and all admit that from that will try to destroyhimself Today Eyraud lay flat on the Gtpne floor of his a picture of misery and despair He refused to speak Tliis is his condition while ignorant of the French will itbe when ho earns the truth A TRAIN ROBBEH CAPTURED DICKINSON N June sheriff captured Charles E Bailey one of the bandits who held up tho Northern Pacific at New Salem Sunday The prisoner confessed and says there were The sheriff started out of tho others who are headed Black Hills THE WALTjACK THIEVES ARRIVE NEW YORK June Koland Wallace and J B Lowitz the prisoners charged with robbing the editor of Wallaces Monthlyot arrived from Cuba today HIS LAST HOPE GONE SYRACUSE N Juno Wal lace has dismissed the writ of lidbeas corpus in the Kemraler case and remands him to the custody of the warden of Auburn prison to be executed by electricity MURDERED HIS CHILD PALMER June W Cos tello brakeman by the New London Northern1 Railroad instantly killed his son 19months today by shooting the child as it lay asleepin its cradle Cos tello then fired at his wife one striking her corsetsteel which saved her Domestic trouble was the cause 1 ilHE DENVER DEFAULTER SENTENCED DENVER June NickeJl the defaulting cleric of John M Beikly was today sentenced to two years m the penitentiary TRAIN ROBBERS ELUDE ARREST TEXARKANA June Sheriff has brought in Parish Howard and four other men whombe arrested this afternoon at Basset on suspicion of being train rob bers Howard is still held but the others are released having convinced the au thorities that they had nothing to do with the affair Governor Boss has offered f or the arrest of the robbers A LARIAT DUEL MOORE day1 two Mexican Jose Carrasco andManuel Bosco bad a singular and fatal duel The two quarreled over the posses sion of a cow and as neither had a gun they drew their only weapons lariats After a severe battle Carrasco finally luissoed bis A TEMPERANCE CONGRESS A Minister Comes Out AgaJnst Pro Days Discussion CHICAGO June Dr Deems was president of the National Temperance Congress which convened here and hemxn by discussing the question Is State and National prohibition desirable and feasible He held it to bo desirable and instanced the condition of Maine now ann before its temperance legislation Robert was introduced as a representative of ttea church movement m behalf of temperance took the ground that National or State prohibition was Cither desirable nor feasible Total prohibition of the sale or manufacture of wines and fer mented or distilled liquors he said would be an extreme law and should have an im Prohibition ho asserted He was iu favor of high Brother Ban Drops Dead Me Coming Down the Streteh pregnable basis was not effective license Telegraph Rates Reduced LONDON June At a telegraph con ference today the Brazilian companies an nounced that their press rates had been re duced 50 per cent HYPNOTISM IN SCHOOL ITS BALEFUL EFFECT YOUNG LADIES ON TWO The Passive Condition Fostered to Brace Up the XervosA Curious Sort of School tJio Instructor Did he act believing liomil motives to be usmg a legiti mate The prisonerheard his sentence unmoved Many spectators were present including the prisoners turned pale onhear in ihe by the accused mankind his attorney were cellent It isbelievedthat the to which probably is literally one y ear s with employ honors Oiiv gen erally i prove V Corter oently Guerrero shot They and Tlieirtbndoii T ut San Francisco the New Yor k justnow l ing developed which of divorcesreportedUnvovorol willful NEW YORK June Dispatch San Francisco GVironicZtf Series 1 Sun special from Aubuendale Two Lasell Seminary girls have been reduced to a serious condiiionof illhealth by reason of a curious course of study in that institution It is called nerve training by the seminary authorities but the doctors who for the past six months have been calling upon all their medical resources to save tho lives of tho two young ladies affected thereby declare that it is hypnotism Both girls wore com pletely hypnotized and their nervous sys tems wero almost shattered They were forced to leave school last December and not until today were they able to leave their beds The Instructor in this branch of study is Miss Annie Call she believes the system one of creafc advantage to her teaching them their nerves and to recognize nerveforce A pprtion of hei in struction is to have ttio student He at full length and endeavor to allow her nervous system to This relaxation which Is an essential point in must be so perfect that when the instructor lifts an arm or a leg or a tinner of tbe pupil ana lets go it will fall as if lifeless If tho in structor directs the student to move a head or eyeor tho controlling nerves and those only must be used and entire relevation must immediately follow the A class of ISOyoungladies undertook this course andsuddenly the nervous system of two of thein coilupsed their brains wore i too susceptabloaudboUl were completely mesmerized some time before their condition was understood and until proper counteracting influences were brought to bear therewas no mprove rnent Much opposition to the course of instruction has developed since its elleots were so unpleasantly shown in the case these two students The unique system of instruction which resulted so seriously inthe cases of these two students is dignified with a conspicuous place in tho catalogue of the seminary It has never been introduced elsewhere in this country in ah institution of learning so lar as known here says about it This is what the catalogue JWo have used a systematic treatment of tho inindinitsollaswellas in its gmaancc ofthe body and the results should bring young women to a better nervous bnlnncc and so prepare them to meet Wo on t of school with strong nerves thoroughlycontrolled according to tho natura laws Call has Riven this instruction the entire year but it has been recognized only as an experiment She Is an enthusiast and tbe principal of the school Is still in clined to believe there are good points m and many physical beneUts to be derived therefrom Miss Call is very much exercised over the publicity given the cases of tbe two young ladies In explain ing the system of instruction she said I work to obtain a perfectly quiet mind and then to get that mind Avell ocnteredor focused by is owner at pleasure and to secure a better di rection of the mental faculty The idea us that the aws governing the use of the body may just ml consistently operate m gov se opponent dragged him from his saddle and j r Rricnns nfnlr rode away broken with IN HOSPITAL AS A PAUPER A Bercsford AVho Is an Heir but Has No Ready Money NEW yoBK June It Dis San Francisco Chronicle Times special old man broken in health walked Department office morning and Syearily asked that to the county libspital at He t said his name aged 50 was a relative of the English family of Jiwh ieli ord Charles Beres the EnglishAdmiralty is one of the According tp f or yearsfor complicity in He left the prison only a short time ago and thought tiecpuld live down thepasf and become a respected man It however he had been a convict and be could jiptcbtam em A GOOD DAY AT THE VARIOUS TRACKS Tho Races at Kansas City St Ixmfs and Morris Park Yesterdays Baseball Innings at Postponed YORK Tuno Garrison lad a marvelous escape from death today at Morris Park He had a mouut on Brother Ban in tho second race and in coming down the stretch the horse dropped dead probably from overexertion Garrison waa thrown to tho ground and beyond a few bruises was uninjured Luckily Brother Ban was in the rear when the accident oc curred Had ho been up with the bunch Garrison would probably have been tram plod to death The Races MORRIS PARK N June fourths of a Kansom won Fair view second Blithe third Time Mile and a sixteenth Eancho del Taso Koyal won Pelhaxn econd Pratherrthird Time Bay Chester stakes throeyearolds mile Adamant won Granite second Gloaming and Clarendon a dead heat lor third Time Fort Schuylor stakes Seymour won Bravo second Flitter third Time Mile and Raceland had a walkover others Seveneighths of a Monmouth won St Valentino second Raymond third Time AT ST LOUIS ST Louis June 11 Mile and elevensix Marie K won Nina Arches second atalpa third Time Rod Loaf won Harry Ireland seo ond Lilly Gilraore third TImo Elwood Percborou stakes and Good Bye won Norotta second Carter B third Time Five Nomack won Doug Knapp second Plunger third Time Nine Glockncr won Hypocrite second RhodyPringlo third Time AT KANSAS CITY CITY Tune 11 three yearolds and Churchill Clark won Hyde second Whittier third Time Mile and seventy yards threeyearolds and upwards free Cashier won Little Minnie second J T third Time 1 45 Fivofurlongs Liberty stakes twoyear old filliesEthel won Hazojhurst second Lady Trowbridpe third Time Tbrecyearoias and upwards five fur Balance won both heats sec ond Servla third second f Mile and an eighth threeyearolds Brown Dnke won Melbourne Jack Time Thei Players JJHOOKLYN The visiting club won a lucky Kaino from tEoBroofclyns today Attendance 200 Brooklyn 0 000 A Boston 1 0 1 0 HitsBrooklyn 7 Boston 9 lv i 5Boston 3 BiitUjriosKiIroy and Kelly and Kiuslow UmpiresMatthews and 1 0 o n u Gunnin The local Brotherhood clnb won an exciting ganio today Attendance 1700 8 ODay and Vaughan piresKnight and Jones TWO thousand pcoolc saw Brotherhood team win their third cocsecuuvo series today UmpircsHolbcrt King Rd Boyle son BUFFALO The Cleveland Brotherhood wet grouuds gamo ivc body and then to be able to use muscles or nerves necessary whether we are to play the piano sing or sustain a pad hi an act on the In this way the body is for naturalexpression m any form Scott Not on The Ground CITY or MEXICO Tune Vollsco who represents tbe Mexican Land and 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