Salt Lake Tribune, September 18, 1890

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September 18, 1890

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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - September 18, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah THE MOST EXTENSIVE BEST ADVERTINGMEDIUM ROCKY MOUNTAIN REGION CIRCULATION EXCEEDING OF OTHER DAILIES CITY COMBINED VOL SALT WILLiAM AND THE CITY UTAH THURSDAY SEPTEMBER IS 1890 PKICE FIVE The Kaiser Fell on JosephV Keek and Kissed Him OMINOUS NEWS FROM PORTUGAL iho People Incited to Shoot the MiniHtorsA Great Kevsvul oi the Slave TratticTlie Foreign News Sopt William rccelml Emperor Francis Joseph at tuo depot hero this evening Ern pcrors repeatedly and kissed each other Count Kulnoky cordially greeted by Chancellor SAVED FROM THE SEA A Narrow Escape for the History of LONDON Dlspatch SLii private letter from Robert Louis Htovonson giyeVVin Interostlns description of an to his ollccts dur ing a trtitvlcer Samoa and Auckland which nearly resulted in a serious loss The vessel on wblch Mr lire in the Cabin The sallow Ktextl upon tho moveublo articles that had become ignited and hastened to pitch thorn overboard Mrs Stevenson who was stmidlng or wuUhltijf the program of tho lire and preparing to leave thu vessel whon nocoH Htuy saw two of the crow dragging from bo lt w a largo burning box and prepared to hurl It Into the sftft KooojjnlKlng hi an In Kianb tho box boIongVrm to her husband Mrs Stevenson sprang forward with a cry jf dlsinay bho nearest man by the arm andbtKRod him to1 drop ItIIOMf w mid after deluged with water tho box WHS saved It contained allot Stevenson a the result ol many months hard work among thorn Doing a wtorv ho haa written by order for a piornl iiont nWajslno and for which ho is to re ceive S4000 as well as a groat portion of tho history if Samoa LOOSE Inhabitants Torn fcimb From Sopfc Advices from Klm borly in South Africa toll of an awful oo eurronco there at midnight on tho 1st of Juno Some parsons evidently Iwarlng 111 feeling towards tho proprietors of Llllls inon asorlo oponed tho doors of tho capes con ftnlng the wild animals and sob them all Iron Tho most terrible scones followed Four attendants sleeping on tho promises endeavored to round up tho boasts but wore mangled beyond recognition being actu ally torn limb from limb Tho onblro population within a radlim of a mile wore aroused by Hie roaring of lions trumpeting of elephants luul groand arid fclirloktt of other wild boasts Having Misted blood In tbtslr struggle with tho employees regained all their natural fero city arid sprang at every living thing In tho way Four performing Hungarian horses were killed almost instantly and a number of ponies devoured Tho enormous elephant burst through tho heavy Iron Kate and rushed into tho street followed by nearly every animal In the menagerie A little child of James Grtndloy In a roar room opening on tho garden was pounced upon by a oho tab and dragged Into tho open air wherw the enraged monster tore It to and devoured It before help toil Id roach It Other harrowing Incidents nro reported among thorn tho killing of five women who wore fearfully mangled When the malls loft four lions two lion esses two tigers three baara two wolves ono hyena two cheetahs ouo elephant ono camel and seventeen baboons word still at largo Tho police have been organized In hunting parties and tho pooplo aro keeping indoors DOWN WITH THE KING The IortUKUCsc Think Their Mon arch Has SoKl Thorn Our LisnON Sopt 17 fTutnOKK San Friiuoisoo Chronicle Since Ru bftlro niado tho African agreement with Knglaiitl lii Parliament thero has boon groat oxoltontont Thero is a fooling that Groat Hrltaln la riding rough shod over ijho ooun My Tlio Ropublloans aocusc the King of having sold tho country bo England and incite tho people no shoot down tho ollVncilng Cabinet Ministers und the tho traders Tho turmoil Is prowiuft uiid threatens tho dis cAdots A portion of the military press sides with tho sheets and goes so far as to encourage aw uprising of the army against tho young monarch and his Cabinet The city is fall of noise and riot Englishmen un beginning to bo mobbed in tho streets No man British birth ls safe ii ho stirs abroad anil dread pervades the community that murdor may be committed by the tnfti rlatod rcob disastrous international A SLAVE TRADE BOOM TUo Bast African Decree Makes Lively Business slavery procla mation was signed by tho German com manders of tlio respective stations Tho brokers houses aro now full slaves hav inc boon established under the Gorman license Tho permits to recover runaways will tomuch kidnaping of free na tives The news of the proclamation has Spread over the vcholo coast The traffic has revived to an extent unknown in thirty years Sopt RcicMctjizdinyM says The principal Gorman official at Zanzibar reply iris to a dispatchfrom the homo Government denies that a proolaniii1 tJori sanctioning slavedealing has boon published atBagumoyo VLoNJQON Sept dispatch from Bor iin to Stowdcuxi says llerr Vohsen for several years German Consul at Zanzibar snys it Is impossible that tho Gorman East Africa Company issued the alleged shivery EJzcta Is Congratulated LA LiBKitTAD Sep festivities oil the 15th instant celebrating the electloa pf as provisionalPresident of dor were taken part in by A great was Presidents Barillas of Bor gpan of Honduuis Scacia of Rodrlguleso of Costa Prbsldont TDiaz of Mexico have contra tiular tions to PiesidfentEiOta from tho passage of tho McKInloy Tariff bill combined with the fall in gold has lowered the price of mother of pearl 15 per Tho mother of pearl manufacturers closed their factories in order to avoid work Ing at a loss and thirty thousand persons uro out of employment Tho Melbourne Dockmcn Strike stevedores and stock laborers have struck The loading of mail and other steamers Is suspended Tho Western colliers willobey the order and stop work but do not it Ono hundred steamers have been fully manned Tho employers assort that they can dis ponso with tho labor of tho Unionists More Cholera Victims MATHUD Sept weather has in creased tho number of cholera victims in Toledo and Valencia and caused the ap pearance of disease in many villages In Albucte Alcanto Csistellon do la Plana Tarragorfa and Toledo the epidemic Is at tacking tho upper classes Most of tho victims are women and children Tho Alhambra Fire damage to the Al harnbra by tho fire was IiONuOTT Sopt Granada comes tho report that the lire In the Albambra palace was tho work of tbievos to screen tho thoft of works of art In the palace Favor a Republic Rio JANHIKO Sept The official an nouncement Is made that tho election Is finished and the majority secured by tho Government proves conclusively that the people aro In favor of tho maintenance of republican Institutions N All Qoiot at BcllJnzona BeftNB Sopt Reports from Bollin HWite that quietness prevails there Flrlnff has boon hoard In tho direction of huttho Federal troops have beon forbidden Lo po beyond tho outskirts Of Bolilnzona A Queftiislancl Division K Sopt Tn Parliament to day tho Premier foreshadowed a division of tho colony Into throe provinces with a central government which tho proposed general government would eventually su persede Cholera at Massowah Advices are received confirming Urn report oi tho prevalence of cholera at Massowah Traffic between Mussowah and Suaklm baa boon ubsolutcly closed Tho Taurus Arrives Sept The Austrian reported foundered in Mio HIack Sea arrived hero in a damaged condition THE FRANCE OF AMERICA WHY THIS rAKISTAXS AKE SO FOTI OF CALIlOilNXA Alromchmnn Fouls JDiitlrdy at Homo on tho Taken in 3Jordoiuis Will Nf Sept It is aiaiquneod Boulutjger will publijjh planation of th relations betwpeK himself and the as welVas his condition with his own adherent1 I V On Account of JVfcKinleyfs Bill i i mx X Sept correspondent The prospects urisina YOUK Sept Dispatch Frtvnolseo Chronicle sulGonoral liathbono arrived from Paris Ho loaves for San Francisco shortly but what his plans are for the fu ture hojj can not or at any rate does not hell Ho received your corrcs rospondont heartily this ovonlng declaring hlrnseK glad to be oncf more In tho United States but roach Cali fornia as soon as possible California la very much of a place in the minds of tho salcl tho General no other part of tiio United States Is u now n so well to tho people of France Though the whole oxthis country Is lovingly called Sister still there Is an especially warm place In the hearts of iho French for California Ono reason for this Is tho very largo number of French wliu have gone to California larger In proportion I bollovol than to any other pavfc of tho United States This is because California is the Franco of this continent Itsproduots are similar its climate Is not altogether different aud Its spirit Is some what that of so that tho French man hardly Cools away from homo when ho gotu thero vThen California has sent some brilliant artists and others to Paris Bybll Sander son of course is almost as dear to tho Parisians us If sho wore a nativo Harrison andiMatthlois tho artists stand among the best Air Whitolaw Hold who entertains so sploniUdly and many others whom I could name have Riven the Parisians tho Impression that California Is a place whore people have tastes like civiliza tion Is more advanced thoro than in many ymmtrles centuries older It Is enough to sify that lady is from California to make a Parisian understand that slio is at onco bright aud beautiful so favorable lias boon the Jmprosalon ruado by thoso who have boon What Is Franco going to clo about our Chicago will send a flue exhibit quiteas good no doubt as if tho fair had been any whore wines getting a respect able riaixvc In Franco yes Indeed California ships coals to Newcastle for herwines in largo quanti to Bordeaux aud there aro eagerly taken as pure has boon considerable talk hero as to tho European opinion of tho McKinlcy Is if true that all foreign merchants aro opposed to it I cannot suy that Opinion is divided thoio as to Its effect jusr as it is will bo tho outcome of the present expose made by the Figaro of Boulangors intimacy with tho royalists It is stated in papers i that all the members of tbo Orleans family will be expelled from Franco Do this will bo done IshoxiUl muchsurprised if this woro tohappon because little that Is really As to tho attempt of Boulangcrs friends that tho Duchess dMazes gave her ttibiioy to Boulangor because she was in love with him what is your J This can have no effect whatever She woman to be mixed up in such a scandal tho expose will sim ply bo to make a strong government stronger in the hearts of tlio Franco is in a more prosperous healthy condition to than she for many years 1 Carnot Js popular the money aud tho republic js so atronjrthat all the 6C tho have Distress FiLANCiscoi stoanVship Oity of Rio Hong Kong and other continue at tcjitlon of Ohili people are hqmelQSS and the misery in S b aii tu most fas great1 Cholera is andiihb suc f VNBW hard vto Febr it ar y an oi Dry Goods Septv Freideljil dry goods and assigned ftueU if THE LISTS Democratic Registrars Give Brethren a Ohanee the A ROUSIN6 MEtTIHG AT POCATELLO One More Mormon Lie Gang and of State Conven tions Foster for Congress Sept Special to The Morraan Heralds Boise City special of the 13bh stating that United States Attorney Fremont Wood was ooast Ing that ho had the name of every recus ant Mormon cut from the registry listfi in Southeastern Idaho and that all who would vote tho Republican ticket had been re tained is absolutely and foolishly false Mr Wobd is now hero and states positively that he knows nothing about the correction of the registration lists and as far as hoard from the lists have been purged of tho Mor mon registration of two years ago in only one precinct The fact is that about one thousand Mor mons registered and voted at tho last gen eral election In the throe counties of Bing hum Boar Lake and Cassia The law re quires the registrars tor this election to erase from the old lisfc the names of all persons heretofore erroneously registered Tho Supremo Court in the Chamber lain Woodon case deeldod that these Mor mon votes wore illegal Tho United States Supervisors in nil precincts where Mormons registered two years ago have requested the registrars to strike those names from tho lists fouV in the three counties named the wore appointed by Demo cratic commissioners and with two or throe exceptions are either Democrats or Mor mons and with one exception the procincfc registrars have thus far refused to strike tho name oC any Mormon from tho lists In iarls tho name of Bishop William West heads tholist and tho registrar knows that West and more than ono hand red others on tho sumo list nromenibors of the Mormon Church The same conditions exist In Oak in Cassiu county where President ton D Halght heads rogistration Tho report comes from several precincts that the Democratic registrars have refused to reg ister qualified Republicans The Bear Lake county under the load of President Budgo state that they do not intend to vote yet tho church loaders will not allow tho registration offi cers to come at tho lists If they dontin tend to voto they wbuld not compel registrars to violate laws in refusing to tho lists in their Bing ham county and Cassia county Tho Demo crats will not correct the listsand erase the Mormons because they again hope secure this vote but in Boar Lake county tho entire blame and responsibility will rest with the Mormons because they have com plete control of the registration In those precincts whore tho Mormou vote is now registered Tho statements of Democratic papers that tho Republicans arc going to secure the Mor mon vote is simply Intended to cover their own movements in attemptingto secure the same vote The Ropublieans canwin with out tho Mormons and everything possible will bo done to enforoo the State and Na tional election Many of the Mor mons would take desperate chances to defeat tho Republican legislative ticket but they will soon realise that this cannot be and their loaders will soon find that tfio Mormon forces must bo with drawn or else tho Mormon Issue will again bo revived and much more stringent legisla tion enacted than that now upon our statute books Tho laws make it it tho imperative duty of tho registration correct tho registration lists and unless this is done before tho period of registration ex thoso officers reported to the State and United Statesdistrict attorneys for criminal under the laws of their respective jurisdictions A MEETINO Tho Republican campaign for Bingham county was formally opened this evening by an immense mass meeting addressed by Hon W H Claggott and of Shoshono county Nearly onethird of the voting population of tho county was in at tendance special Strain arriving from Eagle Rockand at 8 oclock bringing largo delegations from these places The greatest eijithiisiasni The speech of ORpurke was well received and was delivered from tho standpoint of a man but the speech of Judge Jlaegett was a masterly and scholarly pro duction delivered with a graco and elo queiice never before witnessed in the county Oho of striking features of the occasion was appearance of a commit teo of about twentyfive ladies frora this place who assisted in escorting the distin guished speakers to the platform occupied seats thereon and who through W H Sav iclge tho president of the pre sented most to both of the orators at the ctfmmencompnt of the meeting Judge Clngpreitt is a candidate for United States having received the en dorsement of the RepuDlican convention of his county he is subordi nating his personal interests to success of the Republican party and the triumphant election of aRepublican legishiti ve ticket ludgo conclusiyely that tho Ropublicau entitled to allthe credit for the adinisslou of Idaho jrotec tlon of lotidVtho restoration of silver and tho people party alone nal ad j ustnient of the Mormon question was characterized as tho abomination of Tho meeting wonderful success and indicates inagnlfieentV which the Repbblieans pf Biijgliam countv are sure to andLegis kctsV DANCE A COLOBbO i tionwas Lohdnher GoliseumHaii byvChairiiiau inColorado is de cidedly far as tho Republican party is coucoiped JForVyeais tho political xnacliinery v has been in the hands of termed They have not hesitated at any means by their ends might be at tained they have plundered the treasury and robbed the State until nearly every official was indicted Tho reputable members of the party have opposed these means and have made a bitter figlit this year to defeat theirclcctkm This faction has been termed The gang The latter faction city primaries last Saturday and controlled the county convention on Monday from which the gang party boltecl and organ ized a convention of their own The feeling throughout the State is almost generally tho same as in Arapahoe county conse quently several contested sented themselves at the State Conveation today i The election of Mr Gullett as temporary chairman who is i gang man would in dicate that the gang delegates will be seated tomorrow and that faction control the convention In case this is done it is safe to say that the not endorse the ticket named and the lead ing members of tlio outside press suuh as the Loadville HeraldDemocrat Colorado Springs Gazette and others will absolutely refuse to support tho gang ticket and with the Republican of this city will proba bly support the gang smashers legislative ticket This division of the Republican party will give the Legislature to the Dem ocrats who will send Pat terson to tho United States Senate and re tire Hon fl M Toller TUB COLORADO DENVER Sept Republican State Convention met herothis rooming af 10oclock and elected Alexander Gullett of Pueblo as temporary chairman appointed a committee on credentials and took a recess until 2 oclock There is a bitter factional fight inthe Republican party of one faction being termedthe and tho other the Tbeformer has control of tho State and countyoflices and aro making a strong fight to continue in power while the other faction ing uo tooust them The fight Is so bitterin Arapahoe1 county that at the county convention held horoon Monday the gang bolted held a convention Of their own and the resultis that has a contested delegation before the Stjite eoii vontlon The same state of affairs exists in several counties make the work of the Committee on Credentials very tedious and long and it no ticket will bo nominated until Friday Temporary Chairman Gullet is in sympathy with the and no doubt that faction will control the convention Both Henry M Fallen for reelection for the Senate The convention reassembledat 2oclock but as the committee on credentials was nut ready to report adjourned till10 oclock tomorrow THE BAY STATE TICKET COOPERS FOB RAOM The Republicans of Massachusetts Hold BOSTON Sopt Republican State Con volition was called to order morn ing made temporary chairman usual committees were thenappointed In tho plaliform arrangement was tlioplacing thereupon of three respectively There being n6 contestant head of tho ticket Governor Braolcett and Lieuten ant Governor Hall will be renonliuated1 by acclamation The ballots for tho otherState office nominations all of are eon tested will be deposited at the voting to bo done by counties This system Isdesigncd lor theparticular purpose of business and will tire onect of preventing deal of the log rolling possibleunder the old plan J 0 A Brackott was nominated ornovby acclamation William Hall for LioutonantGovornor State Treasurer W M OUn Secretary of State Albert Tlio committee on resolutions prosentod a platform Itapproves the adnaiiiistratlon of President Harrison praises themembers of the Cabinet Speaker Reed itheartily his coursoan the House and tho work of the majority is on dorsed and the minority The McKInloy and the Disability bill are aieritionfid is especially worthy of praise CONNECTICUT REPUBLICANS They Cheer for Speaker Heed and Nominate a Ticket NEW Sept Repub lican Sbato Convention reconvened this morniisgi United States Senator Orville Platt wasolected permanent Senator Platt addressed the delegates and referred to Blai n Eeed and Harrison The mention of Elaines namecreated a Roods name was loudly cheered andthe mention Satnuul E Merwin was McLean Secretary of State E Lyman Catlinj The platform endorses the administration ofPresident Harrison declares inyfavorpf protection and passage of a National election the action of the House in upholdingithe right of the majority toruleJ v Hampshire Kepublicans N Tlie State Republicanconvention met tbis mornijig with Joshua G permanentfiiJhairj inan Tlie usual committees wero ap The platform reaffirms the Republicanparty stands for protection bf American citizens class and Harrisons is endorsed the Republicans in Coiigress are applauded for maintairiinKthe lights majority en dorsed is aud tlio congratulated their enemy Grover Cleveland longeri iu defeat theijust and generpus purpose of nationr Keciprocity isalsb endbrsed Hiram was nominated ernor State temporary Its Intensity Is Equaled by Raums Love for Cooper EACH CALLS THE OTHER A RASCAL And Other Expressions of Endear raent Pass Between In vefitigation Kennedys Speech to Be days Bond Purchases There ization Jay ay ou dejrtd tRtfib tend upward rather than tconstruction bo feared wotfM 60 nmcl buildinff as long asiinlinicai tin ues f x Sept B Flem ing was the first witness today before tho Haum Committee Cooper asked if Butler Filch had not told him that Bradley Tanner had given the names of six or seven pension office employees who had refrigerator stock Witness replied that Fitch had said so Witness had written an article which ap peared in she Indianapolis paper and had furnished information to a St Louis paper Six or seven good men besides Fitch sup plied witness with information four of them being pension office employees Ho sent a man talk with him and bring infornVation to witness that ho Flem ing desired to use in his newspaper business His object was not particularly to put up a case on the Commissioner but to get at the truth II eh ad never said he was going after the Commissioner because of his dis charge He had said that lie would get even with tho man who got him out Theodore Smith and had done it Me witness had at Charlotte Michigan and tho postofflco had been robbed The Commissioner Inquired whether wit ness had not been involved in some shady transactions in Grand Kapids but Cooper objected to these personal mat ters The Commissioner replied that ho wished to prove that witness was a rascal you gointo that I want to show that it is true of you and that men who live in glass houses shouldnt throw stones think your house is as glassy as anybodys I defy you As tho Com missioner pvresscd tho question Oooper ex claimed If I cant show in his than in that of any man in Washington I will Reference having been made againto the of tho postoffieo Cooper asked if tho Commissioner expected to show that witness had robbed it The Commissioner replied that Cooper had aletter from a gentleman who stated that witness was suspected of the robbery At this point tho committee insisted on cutting off the examination into this matter aud thero being no more witnesses tho case was closed CONNECTICUTS POPUijATiON of tho State of Connecti cut is given by the Census Bureau as increase of YESTERDAYS HOND runcrusES In reply to thocircular of tbe Treasury Department of Saturday September J3th sale of four per Genii bonds Treas Hiry Department received olfors aggregating about of which were purchased at prices from to Thelargest amount was on the first price at the next highest at and thenext An official of tho Treasury De partment met this afternoon called atten tion to the fact the purchase gf bonds today disbursements of the thirtytwodays had exceeded receipts by KENNEDYS SPEECH EXPUNGED A mooting of the House Judiciary Com mittee was called to consider the resolutions censuringRepresentative Ken riedy for his against the Senate and Quay and to expungetbespeech from the a statement in de fense of his action and an argument to prove that the speech as published in the Record was within the requirements of par liamentary law Thocommittee decided to reporta resolution ordering tho printer to omit the speech from the permanent copy the Record THE SILVER The amount ofsilveroffered the Treasury was ounces The amount purchased was to MB WIMANS TUNNED 4 He Describes His Plan to Connect Staten Island With Brooklyn NEW YORK Sept Dispatch San Prancisco Chronicle Erastus Wlman speaking of his scheme to tunnel the bay between Staten Island and 5ropklyn said was now isolated from the railroad conn The purpose ofthis tunnel Is to give that city direct connection with all the running south and west and con tho Now Jersey sbore Staten is accessible and it secnis unbusinesslike in these days of cheap taftneliiig that the little space of two and ahalf miles should keep them out of so great a city as Brooklyn The lengthof the tunnel with its ap proaches Wiman said would be about four miiesitheterminal points being Stapleton and of the approaches have been made has ascertained thatthe formation under the bayis soap stone easily worked yet firm enough topre veiit dolayed North river tuuiieling About would cover Mr said the capital fortlie scheme been subscribed but wouldbe New on topatronize them Here Is a list the Pennsyl vania thaLftbigh Valley thec Baltimore Philadel the Westera Shore and THE MIDLAND SQLtDs Said to the NEW YORK Sept todayrlhat the Atehison trbl pf the Colorad o It is said the paid Color aiSp niaininneirunjjins fronrColorado Springs to branches to Aspen Spring Arkansas Junc at A CHUKCH SCANDAL Members Expelled for Associating With the Pastors Wife ST Louis Sept Dis Francisco CVmMnclo little town of Lathrop is all torn up over a church scandal The Rov Dr Car michael is pastor of the Baptist Church to which all the prominent people in the town and vicinity belong His wife Mrs Oarmi ehaol was very prominent two months ago in tho raids on saloons mado by women Im mediately after These raids tho enemies of the leader of the ladies convinced her hus band thac she had been unfaithful to him He brought suit and got a divorce About half the members of the church espoused tho cause cf the preachers wife while tho rest stood by the preacher A meeiing was held last nightand charges were made against the warm friends of Mrs Carmiohael The accused were taken completely by surprise They were charged with insubordination upholding an expelled member and associating with an adulteress All of them were expelled from the church with very little ceremony Pastor Carmi chaols faction had a majority of only two over the Mrs Carmichnel faction Every Baptist womans character is getting a hauling over by the gossips and several slander suits are likely to follow Tho evi dence against Mrs Carmichaolhas amounted to no more than is not thought to bo susceptible of proof A BOOST FOB PUEBLO The Boston Lombards Investing in the Toxvn PUEBLO Sept to TRIB establishment of tho Pueblo National Bank with paid up capi tal is tho most important move made in Southern Colorado financial circles during tho present year The Lombard Investment Company of Boston hold of the stock Andrew MeClclhuKl president of the Pueblo Board of Trade is president of the new bank Mr George WV Robinson vicepresi dent of the First National Bank of Winfiold Kansas the strongest moneyed institution in Southern Kansas has accepted tho posi tion oC cashier and will make Pueblo his homo The people of this city feel especially good over the establishment of this bank as Mr J L Lombard president of the Investment Company bearing his name made a per sonal visit to every city of importance in tho West and after his trip selected Pueblo The Lombards will place millions of Boston money in Colorado investments making this city the home of their Western institu tion WORLDS FAIR APPOINTMENTS THE LADY MANAGERS BOB IDAHO President 1aliner Names tho Executive Committee and the Salaries of tlio Ararlous Officers are CHICAGO Sept Special to Governor Shoup and Mrs Governor Stevenson were appointed lady managers of the Worlds Fair from Idaho CHICAGO Sept Associated Worlds Fair Commission met tliis morning President Palmer an nounced the selection of the executive committee This committee will name the directorgeneral and by virtue of its po sition will no doubt be accepted by the Commission without opposition as named The committee is as California Kerno Missouri Exall Texas Widener Pennsylvania all conimissioners Harris Virginia Sewell New Jersey Smalloy Vermont Martinaale In diana Thatcher New York Illinois King Iowa Clapp Ohio McLaws Georgia Breed Massachusetts Martin Nebraska Price Kansas Harrison Minnesota Butt AYest Virginia Williams Tennessee Hirst Florida Saundcrs Mississippi Hersbfield Montana Goodell Colorado Dis trict of Columbia McKenzie Kentucky The committee is composed of thirteen Democrats and thirteen Republicans Salaries fixed as follows President 1 year secretary directorgen eral It is believed that George B Davis of Illinois will be made directorgen eiResolutions by Way of Georgia were adopted providing that as soon as the bx exutlvo Committee reports its choice for DirectorGeneral it shall be in order for any member to nominate a candidate and after nominations are made balloting shall begin i There was much discussion over article eleven providing for a board of lady man agers some evincing a to cut very closely their pay and duties Commissioners McDonald Masscy Kysn and Grover warmly championed tbo cause of the ladies and the section as finally adopted provides thai the board shall con sist of two women f roni each State and ler ritory and the District of Columbia to bo nominated by the Connnissioners and of one to be noininated by each of the CommissionersatLargB and nine women of the city of Chicago to be appointed by the a like number of alter nates Each woman is to be allowed SO per day for each day necessarily absent from home engaged in the the also expensesfor transportation The alternates receive no compensAtioa ex cept where are unable to at tend to their duties TIGHT DID II Boston Brokers Suspend With Two in Inabilities BOSTON Sept Gardner Chase KILLED BY THEl3 FATHER Three Young Girls Murdered by Their Distracted Parent A HORRIBLE DOMESTIC TRAGEDY The Terrible CHnje Attempted by Jealotis Canadian Montana Crook Dies in Criminal Record PORTSMOUTH N Sept most awful tragedy occurred hero tonight and the eity is in a fever of exeitetaent Hciu a cooper aged 45 blowout his brains after having killed two of his daughters and probably fatally wounded a third and a tuan whom bo suspected of having done him great wrong Several months ago Heins wife left him It is reported that she had been unfaithful Her name had been connected with Charles W Taylor a wellknown hardware mer chant Since sbo left Hein their daughters the eldest of whom was but 15 have beeia keeping house for him Recently it has been reported that the oldest of these girls Carrie had become wayward This with his other troubles preyed upon Heins mind uutil tonight when bo ovideutlv de termined to end all his troubles to Taylors residence at and as the man was entering the house shot him twice in the back Taylor is still aliyo but vory low While able to converse ao said that he didnt know what prompted Hein to shoot him After shooting Taylor Hein hurried to hia own house and soon after the people intho vicinity wore alarmed at hearing several shots Immediately afterward Maud the layearold daughter ran out of the house and foil upon the sidewalk Neighbors went to her assistance and she said her father had shot her She was quickly re moved to the hospital and It was foundthat one ball had gono through her face another through her stomach and another In her hip She cannot live When the ofticcrs and neighbors entered Heins house thekitchen presented an awful sight everything being smeared with blood Just outside the backdoor lay Carrie the eldest girl with a bullet through her brain Across her form lay Bertha tha youngest daughter Sho was unconscious and expired in fifteen minutes a bullet having entered her head behind the left ear As the officers entered the front room they found the dead body of Hein stretched on the iloor with a bullet through historaple fired by his cwn hand The people are wrought up to a high of excitement DIED IN Tfie Bnrjjlarious Career of a Mon tana Crook 4 BrjTTs to TRIB Gresham a man with many aliases who was arrested last night and put in jail charged with burglary was found dcadin his cell this morning Ho had been drinkinghard prior to bis and it is supposed that lie died from the effects of alcoholism He was old olTender and spent ninety days in the Silver Bow jail in 1880 for petty larceny In the next yearhe was sent to the peni tentiary at Deer Lodge to servo a ytar for burglary under the name of Hardly had he been discharged afterthis sentence when he was given sixty days for petty larceny and again in 1889 he was given one year in tho penitentiary for stealing a lot of cigars This time ho gave his name as Collins This was his last appearance till last night when ho gave the name of Jones It is the opinion of tho authorities here that his rightname is Gresharn and that bo is related somoj manner to the General of that name They know of a mother in California who Is tho owner of a and who was in tho habit of whenever he was in trouble telegraphed to tho mother at once but it was thought she would allow the the here A The Awful Crime Attempted bjr Jealous Young Woman OTTAWA Sept Francisco Chronicle Series Sarah E HarmGr a young French Canadian j dressmaker is under arrest in tbetpwh of Grafton this Province heinous crime of seeking the death bti her V younger sister and aged Jealous revenge Tho prisoner is 24 years of age a brunette of fine ance but with an air that average observer call dangerou3V She was arrested yesterday on a warrant charging her with with the intent to destroy her mother and her sister alive p The omcers of the over1 whelming evidence against her and their story is as follows Sarah Is dark and her sister sembies her father greatly having been left much his rrall property on his death favorite of the There is only two years difFerence uses and crew sisters ages and brokers today assigned both Iov0 with a James Phelps general manager of tar farrnfjr His choice was National Life Insurance pompany Tho learned that aged mother 1 n ImT cVi n templated leaving her share of the firm business t in Westertf railroad Z on the to Alice which gave the in western js entire farm and be general cause f the failureis sfete juid caught shortof the market withjealous anger the It was a almost everybody al though rumors of trouble had been floating left borne and Port ing and rescuedtbelpld woman just assets canonly be determined by examina msike any further state me ot the holuseand noon itroiible is money The calls than we bcyptidrali expectation v Crouchas we orcd to dt No out She Wronged ;

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