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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                Part First VOL 2 7 7 TQ KING GEOSSE SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SOTTDAY MOBKESG NOVEMBEE 23 1890 The Dreifennd Will Interpose in a War Against the Turk A CRISIS IN EASTERN EUROPE The Public Disappointed hy the Ke sults of the Koch ProfosHor BlanriCH the A French LiMn Tho i From Abroad Nov Copyrighted by New York A wifilfl In tlio riuestlorirt has sprung upon the Ailianrjo by tho sudden adhesion of tin Kinof Oriccc to tlso project to foment oponly and a rlsing In Crote slimil tancjoiisly with in Kplrus and Mace donia OhinBCllor Von Caprlvi and Count Kulnoky wjnt a joint note to Athons wurn that In tho event of iiiiusurus being tukcm tending toward war vviMi Ttirkov a Jirulliiinfl squadron would blockade of Gruwitj and leave tlio firrny to take isolated action on tlio Turks Tho decisive chur ncujr of thin Htuppod the of war ovor I Is aro rooolved regarding a railway murder at show that when the train Jeff station all tho passon save thu niunhrnrs and their victims hui ijiilttod tho Tho rnur dcccrs throw a quantity of Insect powder in Liu oyes of thutr vlutims and dispatched one with Unife and the Other with a blud geon Th boflltis thrown out of tlio and this rniiidorers ftpraiiK oil tho train as it was HlowlnK up Thi by Wllllnm Mm Inuiil tirortsof tho Ordftr of tho Uoil Kutflc upon IrofiiHsnr Kooh was tonight Thi is tho first time that this decoration luis bestowed upon any ono who did not tlio pncdlnK claaaos of tho order hough confidtnoo in tho ultimate valm ol ochs I iHOdVory not abated puhllo tlls the immodlate r nan Its of Ko apiiolntnient over te mmoa prows dally irofessor Kooh s assistants and others estimate that cases tro already bolncr treated tho number of whom aro sulTerinfj from exterior There aro comparatively fow CHHOS of on the Tho exports nro to concur In the opinion that MIC euro of this dlMoase is uncertain Professor Kooh blames tho press for raisins hopes of Insfant bonoUb in ovrry form of tuborcoloqls Many physloiana are expressing oplulons Homo say tho possibility of the euro of lupus alono han boon provod and not scion tl dually Or Ultman an eminent au thority says It will take fully a year of fro quont Inactions besides rigid annibary oon dltlons to enable ono to form a reliable opinion an to tho curability of consumption of either advanced or early stages The opinions oxproHSod by others aro varied but nearly all advlso conservatism until further make more positive the offset of the An Irish Suppressed BKrjbAftT Nov romorrow will bo tho anulveraary of tho oxouutlon of Allon Gouid and Lark tho Munch ostfir martyrs Notwithstanding tho fact that the Government had prohibited a demon stration Jiu attempt was made here today Tho police promptly suppressed the demon stration and arrested thirty persons Search for Padlowsky LONDON Nov 22 Foreign Oflloo ban promised to extradite Padltiwsky suspected of having rniirdorod General Sollvorslcotr In Pirls If arrostod within British Dominions Tlio police aro searching for him In London A Railway Lioan Fails P mis Nov 22 The Ooraptalr National failed to float the South Bimil iiiu Kfiilway loan Only onethird of the amount of tho loan was subscribed A Spy Suicides PArtifi Nov 22 Tho man arrested at Belfast on suspicion of being a spy has con ftssod that he was In employ of a foreign govortimont and suicided African Murderers Nov 22 native who mur clorud Kroigol and Hussol olltoialfl of Gorman East Afrioa oompauy have boon executed at Klllwan An Irish Nov 22 Tho Government has forbidden n meeting to bo hold at Now Ross tomorrow to ox proas confidence in Paicnoll A New French Loan PARTS Nov says A now lVsiifh loan of tho francs will bo issuod January 12th A ItUSSlAN KOMANOK A BJjOAV TO COIjOItADO A Few Brolcero 4iKoHOlve to Stop the Production of Silver DBNVEK Nor to little oxoltoment wsifi created today when It was rtirnorod that a meeting of the princlptil sllvor mlno owners was held hero bittt arid It had been agreed that owing to tbo great decline In the prlco of hllvor all the big producers In the State should bo closed down until Congress had donn something for their relief Tim action was pronounced suicidal to tho Interest of Colorado by ovury ono but when It wan discovered that tho rosolutlog had heon done In a brokers office by some dozen brokers who wers Interested in a few lead prospects Ustod on the Colorado Mining Ex rrhangt1 the excitement subsided A nioet inH howevor of tho mint owners will bo called soon to take somo action in this mat ter and a reduction of tho output will prob ably bo agreed to but no such radical action as closing tho minus will bo taken TWO BIB CHICAGO FAILURES TSJK UNITJRO STATICS CAt A HANDS thn Concern of tho Kind In tho liaiilc and a Lumber Coui pmiy SJsul The Story of a Jilted Sweetheart and a MtoainjBr Babe NKW YottK Nov Dispatch Bui Knuiolaeo Series Tvusalun rutninicf waa dovolopod at the bargo oflico today Mark Koss was a prosperous tailor of Klol Russia Sara Rowinskl was his sweetheart Tho lovers quarreled Mark made lovo to another girl whoso name was Hannah and married nor Two years later lUMiitmeto America leaving his wife who was 111 In KHl with a tonmonths old child Tho doctors advised Mrs to KO to Odessa for modloul treatment She could not take her child and advertised for a nurso Sara Grmberg responded was After several months Koss returned homo much Improved in hut nurso Grinborp Imd loft and fctvkon tho Koss child with her Mrs Koss was well frantic Lojvrnlup that the nurso had a husband In America Mrs Koss naturally concluded that she had Rono thither so she houpht a ticket and followed At the barpo ofiieo she met her husband on Wednesday and related tho circumstances to him Thon for the tirnt time she learned that nurse Sara GrinberR was her husbands old sweet heart Sara Rowlnskl This cleared tho mystory away Burn had avenged herself ou Mark by running off with his child CHICAGO United States Rolling Hfcock Company Is placed in tho hands of n receiver Tho liabilities aro and assets Attorney Hltfhof tho company says tho failure was praolpated by slow collections and tho de pression in tho money market Tho com pany Is tho largest builder of railway cars in tho woHd and has plants at iiogowisch Oooatur Aunlstcr and llrbana Ohio Tho capital stock is 000 The assets consist of tho plant at llotcdwlseh worth the plants at tho other placos mentioned worth 000 car trust bonds worth voll Inp stock leased to various railroads worth supplies and material In process of MiiUHifacturlntf Si and accounts Hinmmllntf It Is understood tho taihmj was duo to Inability to collect tho duo from various roads for rent of CiiiS Tho property was put into tho hands of a friendly receiver Tho company employs 2200 men Its cash payments to employees and for ma terial monthly Thostringency In tho money market compelled tho mil roads which bought cars of the company to pay thoir bills In long time papor Instead of cash and Jb has boon extremely difficult to difllcult to discount tho papor Juclgo Blodgett of tho Federal Court appointed A Hegowlaoh receiver Hogowisoh Is tho pres ident The Judge ordered tho receiver to continue tho works Nirw YOHK Nov Roys of tho United States Rolling Stock Company made a statement tonight con firmatory to that niado by the oillcials of the company In Chicago today Ho said auxiliary proceedings would bo had In all tho States whore tliejcompariy has All tho creditors are satisfied with the ar ratiKornont for a receiver which is to on ablo the company to tide ovor tho critical point The London committee advised It and the feeling had boon fully reciprocated by tho boavcl of directors In Now York A ChicagoBank Fails CHICAGO Nov private bank of W L Pretty man on tho North Side closed Its doors this morning Prottyman ooulcl not be found so no statement of the assots and liabilities is obtainable Many poor pooplos hard earned savings are Involved Lyons dealers In crookory have 000 on deposit This Is bollovod to be the largest slnglo loss This aftoruoonau assignment was made to tho cashier of tho bank Johnson and at tho samo tirno ho was made assignee of tho North Division Lumber Company in Which Prottyman was tho heaviest stockholder Prottyman also assigned his roai and per sonal estate The assets and liabilities of tho two oouoorns and Prottymaus will roach It is believed millions of dollars Assignee Johnson refused to make anj statement of theassets or liabilities either of tho bank or lumber company Ho said the cause of the assignment was the tight money market and Its bad elTect on the lumber company This concern and tho bank wore closely connected Ono of tho former depositors oC tho bank however who asserts protty good knowledge of affairs bollovos thd liabilities of the bank will reach half a million and that the assots are problematical Ho said Prettyman had heon speculating heavily this year In real estate in putting up houses for sale and that the business hud not proved profitable largo number of depositors in tho bank are yoor pooplo Tho Siivings Panics NRW YORK Nov run on the Oit Savings Bunk continued this morning Tho bank otllcialssjiy tho run will bo broken today Tho payments alroacly mudo mountto nearly NKWAKK N Nov run on the Howard Savings Bank was considerably abated this morning Many depositors uro returning their money Knnsns Banks WICHITA Nov Commer cial Hank of Newton olosod today after a rush by depositors Tho capital stock Is No statement of Its alValrs Is made Tho Hantc of Whltowator whichIs branch of tlio Newton aud Oklahoma banks Is also closed THE FIRES OF A DAY THE HOUSE AT TO T1IE Several Other BulltHnpr Wore Destroyed Torsey Silk Works Gljuss Hulldlng Destroyed Children of the Teinpost NKW YOHK Nov Dispatch Francisco duy before ono of those suddon though briof hurricanes that often assail oteamers in the North Atlantic descended on tbo Lloyd steamer on November 15th two children of tempest came to Hpht Twins wore born to Mrs Marlanna Fabslak who with hor husband Joseph and four children woru sTooruKe Tho babes wore promptly christened Adam and Stephen and thfl saloon on hearing of tho oc currence ralsod a purso of and sqnt It happy parents Adam howover died during tho storm and tho body was buried at fiea the same day Jackson Goddjird SAN FRAJSCISCO iNov steamer from Sidney brings news that Peter Jackson and Joe Goddard fought an at Melbourne October 20th Jackson wasln poor condition They matched to tight to a finish in Sidney iu February for a purae of Idaho Nov to b f oclock this morning a fire broke out in tho Dewoy Hotel Shoshone and In a few minutes the entire building was In flames The loss is 5SOOO The town has no waterworks and the scarcity of water lit the vicinity of tho hotel made it Impossible to check the flames which spread and burned Koifers saloon owned North Ogdon Their loss is S3000 Thomas Way dwelling SHOO Struckinans photograph gallery S500 The only Insnr anco was on S2000 Sen tors shoo storo narrowly escapod and would have boon consumed but for Its stone walls Tho fire originated from the range In the kitchen Nobody was Injured THE FIRES ELSEWHERE BKtiLAiRE Nov destroyed tho most valuable part of the Eellaire Stamping Works this Loss insurance Nov flint glass factory building of tho Illinois Glass Works was burned this morning Fivo hundred hands aro idle VAKIS Nov velvet factoryat Lyons was francs PATKUSON N Nov morning tho extensive silk mill of Bamfofd Brothers together with the residence of tho prbprlQtora Loss tnsni ranee The 300 employees including women became panic stricken j but it all escapod Will DANCE UNTIL SPRING The Warriors Propose to Whoop It Up Until Christ Appears THE ORGIES TO BE STOPPED BY FORGE Tlio Ghost Dance Described by a Post Traders Troops Will Interfere Scared Trouble Feared Ex cept at Pine OMAHA Nov special to the Bee from Pine llidgo Agency says Census Enumerator Loo who arrived this morning from a trip through tho more distant portion of the reservation la of thti opinion that the ghost dances will result in trouble before many days Tbe on the borders of tho reservation ho says are flying out Gonoral Brooke is noncommittsU but is evidently much troubled He thinks the crisis is riot far away Agent Royer received a communicatlOJ from Little Wound the high priust oC thu dancers In which the chief said ho wants t know what tho soldiers aro coming for Tho danoe ia a religious said he and we are going to keep it up until spring II we find that Ohrhit docs nob appear w will stop but not In the meantime troops ur no He announced that ho would start anotho danco at Mecliolue Root crook tomorrov morning He says he has been inCormec that tha soldiers would atop their rations He dont caro ho says as what they ge dont amount to anything but if such Is thi oase he wants Lo know it so iris people wll not have tho trouble of going to the agency Ho concluded with an emphatic reiteratioi of i ho statement that they would not stoi dauclug Doctor Roy or has not yot replied THE GHOST DANCE The Savages Swoon Prom Exhaus tion and Then See the Christ KANSAS Francisco Chronicle Series James A Fluloy wife of exOouncilmai Finley of this city now postmaster and post trader at Pine Ridgo agency is in thit city Mrs Flnloy left the agency a few days ago by direction of her husband who sent her here for safety In an interview boday she described tho ghost dance She said these dances in progress foi some time The first she learned of them was lust August when a crowd of Indians left tho reservation to hold as they said a council and when the police found them they in the dance Since then they have been holding them regularly One ghost dance that I saw was partici pated In by 480 Indians In preparing for the danco they out the that they can find and having a plooo cf prairie sot It up In tho around Under this tree four of men stand Tho others form In a olrols and begin to go around and around the tree They begin the dauoe on Friday alternoon and it Is kept up Saturday and Sunday until sun down During all this time they do not eat or drink going round In pue direction untilthey become so dizzy that they can scarcely stand then turn and in the other direction and keep it up till they swoon from exhaustion This is what they strive to do for while they are swoon they think they seeand the now OhriKfc AVhon they regain cbnscioushesa they toll their experiencesto tho four wise men under the tree All of their tales end with the same story about the two moun tains that ars to belch forth mud and bury the white man and hasten the return of good Indian times They lose all of their senses in the dance They think they are animals Some get down on all fours and bob about like bulTalo Whsn they cannot lose their senses from exhaustion they butt their heads to gether beat them upon the ground and do anything to become insensible 8O that they may bo ushered into the presence of the new Christ One poor Indian when he recovered his senses said that Christ had told him he must return to earth because he had not brought with him his wife and child His ohild had died two years before and the way the poor follow cried wan the most heartrending thing I ever saw At the end of the dance they have a grand feast the rovel lasting allSunday niphli They kill several steers and oat them raw and drink and gorge themselves to make up for their fast arrival of the troops thore will make Mie Indians much worse and they will surely tight Thoy have said all along that nothing should break up tbe ghost dance even If they were all killed but Mvlf they had been allowed to continue it think they would have gone crazy so that they would have the warpath anyway They aro all armed arid have plenty of ammunition At last one of the braves was to go into a traucQ and remain in this condition four days Ah the close of this period he was to oome to 11 Co as a buffalo would still have tho form of a man but would be a They wore then to kill him and every Indian who did not cat a piece of him would become n dog The man who was to turn into a bullalo was perfectly willing and I suppose they have killed and oaten him by this timo the Government just lets them alone thorn will be no need of they will kill themselves by dancing Seven or eight of them died as a result of one dance near Wounded Ivuee They are now dancing ou a oroek about Jive miles south of Wounded Knee and dancing with all their arms Every Indian has about four war made out of round stones twisted in raw bide They throw these around during the danco strew the ground with their and boat their heads against them The agent with his Indian police cannot control tlaem and It was necessary to have the troops en the FREEING TO THE The Indian Scare Is General Along the Missouri Nov Tribunes Aberdeen S special Reports indicate that the Indian scare is general all along the ease side of tho Missouri river north of Pierre to The settlers are becom ing very much alarmed and are ileeiue to the most of their possessions behind them At Gettysburg there to be the most excitement and Governor Mellette has gone with a large supply of arras and ammunition hoping to quiot the Telegrams were received by him this afternoon from several points asking assistance the and Sully say that everythiiiig is quiet most of the alarm BoioM jEjedvw 11 li Usin g th e pTaiioisco order that he may have more credit for maintaining or restoring and order and that hisPresidential aspirations may bo promoted His boom was launched at a banquet in San Francisco last July An officer of tbo War Department said today Miles Is predicting a general In dian war and virtually asks that the com mand of tho entire army be turned over to him He wiints to create a scare and pose as the savior of the country In fact he is almost In tho attitude of a political mes siah such as tho Indians themselves aro looking for I have no doubt in the world that ho Is honest in his candidacy He has shrewdly enlisted the favor of nearly every newspaper man in California and has by his agreeable manners and the expenditure of his means managed to make himself very popular in a certain way in the West He is one of the most ambitious mon in the army and he is pulling his wires KG SABBATH FOR THE MAILS Wanaiaaltcr Replies to the Criticisms of the Preachers THE MAILS IN TRANSIT CANNOT STOP THE PINE RIDGE SITUATION The merit d iao tro u a DD Wr possibly in Ghost Dancers Still Dance and Arc Reinforced Hourly OMAHA Nov special to the Bee from Pino Ridpe agency says Two of most reliable scouts la tbe Governments employ reported to Genera Brooke last night that 150 lodges of the Wounded Knee fanatics Includine some of tlio most des perate and treacherous redskins in this part of the country have moved to White river twenty miles north of here and again begun the ghost dance In a wilder manner than known thus The scouts talked with several leaders and all declared they would shoot any Government officials or soldiers who attempted to suppress the danco This Is by far the most menacing news that has come to General Brooke since his arrival All the Indians in these 150 lodges are armed with Winchesters navy revolvers and knives They have large quantities of ammunition and provisions and aroreceiv ing heavy reinforcements hourly General Brooke received a telegram from General Miles last night giving him power to call just as many more troops to this point as he deemed expedient Somo of the scouts and Indian police sent out Thursday to notify tho nondancing factions to move into the agency precincts until tha trouble is settled have returned and report the friendly Indians willing to come in Some have already done so and it is believed all will be In by Sunday night The dangerous work of bringing the dis turbers to time will begin Monday morning General Brooke received an Intimation that tho War Department will certainly In sist upon a suppression of the ghost dance at all hazards Both tho commandant aud the agent are greatly chagrined and nettled at learning last night that another lot of some yOO Rosebud warriors put in an ap pearance as if tboy had risen out of the earth only twelve miles northwest of here and were preparing to establish a ghost dance These have Wfnchestoirs and aro loaded down with aannunition PROCTOR AND NOBLE CONSULT The President Is Also b Cavalry From Arizona WASHINGTON Nov Depart ment has authorized the number bit Indian sconts In the Division of Dakota increased by five hundred men they to be selected from the Indian police and other disci plined this afternoon said that eyeryhbur passed without air outbreak breighberied the prospectsfora peaceful settlement of the pending disturb ance Secretaries Proctor and Noble were In consultation this afternoon with the President who manifested much tho subject and decided that the two regi ments of cavalry should be sent to Pino Eidge from Arizona and Now Mexico from General Miles state that the separation of the friendly and turbulent Indians is proceeding rapidly at Pino Ridge General Brooke anticipates no Immediate trouble thesepara tion will thetaskbf restraining the turbulent Indians from overt acts Tel egrams are also received confirming the reports that the Messiah rapidly extending north and across the Canadian line under the operation of Sitting emissaries SITTING BULL WEAKENS He Stops the Dance at Standing Rock for the Present MINNEAPOLIS Nov Standing Rock Agency N special to the Tribune pays Major McLanghlins visit to Sitting1 Bulls camp had the effect of stopping for a time at least the ghost dances received a letter from Bull yesterday who says he has taken friends advice and stopped the dancos Bulls child very sick or he wouW come to the agency today to draw hia rations It is reported here that Bulls followers are growing less because the Messiah has not appeared and that discourages thechief The agent thinks there Is no probability of trouble here at present and maynot he this winter or In the is working hard on the Indian with a corps of able assis tants and making strong argu merits against the craze Tho people on sideof the river are fleeing for their lives with no one in pursuit The excitement is all un warranted The reports of a massacre forty miles south are believed unfounded MORE SCARED SETTLERS The TwentySecond Infantry Starts lor Fort Lincoln MINNEAPOLIS special to tbe Tribune from Maudan N says settlers were coming to Sims forty wert of here all day Roving bands of c scared them More guns were shipped tonight Adispatch from Port Keogh statesthat the Twentysecond nfantry leaves Keogh Monday morning for Fort Lincoln It is reported at Keogh that troops from Ellis and Missoula have received similar ordurs to bo ready for active work in North Da kota The action of the Indians satisfies everybody that grave danger exists of outbreak in the spring not before Parties In today from Mercer county re port indolent behavior of Indiana The Scare Subsiding MINNEAPOLIS Nov Tribunes special The Indian scare in this section is A dispatch irom Gov ernor Mellette of South Dakota to the offi cials in Bismarck says there is tion for the rumors that Indians are crossing the riAer into Campbell and rumors of an outbreak in South Dakota are roundless is be at Pine Ridge and other Southernagen i No Danger of an SAN ANTONIO Nov commanding the Department of Texas was Liere today He had received tion from theWar Department troops for the Indian country as reported last He also said lie thought there was nodangerof an No Danger Canada i Indian riot expected rumors are The mounted policeforce of 1000 of quellingany jbeing miiini alned alongthe V Tho Postoffice Is Not a Private Office Likely Candidate for tho Su preme Court Nava Notes ativesj mirie in een wages stpikev i twelvemouths boutraet WASHTNaTON NOV Dis Francisco Chronicle A reporter interviewed PostmasterGonera Wanamaker in regard to the criticisms made upon him by a Western Pennsylvania clergyman because the niails aro carried and postoffice business is transacted on Sun day Mr WanamaRor says bethinks Con gress la the proper place to go to for action in tho matter and then he gots on to say To stop the handling of Sunday niails means to stop the wheels of tho railroads through the country at 12 oclock Saturday In that event there would be no protection for the mails in transit Hundreds of thou sands of dollars pass through tho mails every day and the custody of the mail in a car standing on a track while crossing tho prairie or oven at a small village would bo a serious matter It would bo a great ac complishment for Sunday rest If mail dis patched from Omaha or San Erauciscocould lay up at 12 oclock Saturday night but what would become of the postal clerks en gineers and train hands Is not The PostmasterGeneral said that if any community by petition of a considerable majority of its population asked for the ab solute closing of its office on Sunday the re quest would receive favorable consideration It must be that the postotlice is not a private office and that it Is the duty of its servants to serve according to the law Those who have different views of Sundaykecpltig have a right to MIIJLEttS SUCCESSOR The rumor that has been set afloat within the last twenty four hours to the ellect that President Harrison has settled upon Alfred Russell of Detroit as Justice Millers succes sor appears to have more foundation than most rumors of like characters Mr Rus sell was considered a possibility one year ago to fill the vacancy by tho death of Stan ley Matthews but he was at tho eleventh hour turned down for Judge Brewer NO MORH TRANSFERS WASHINGTON Nov 22 Associated Windom has instructed the assistant treasurer at San Francisco to receive no more deposits of money for pay ment at Now York The orders for such transfers were temporary only and tho pur pose for which tlioy were made is regarded as already accomplished NAVAl RECOMMENDATIONS Commodore Ramsey Chief of the Bureau of Nilvigatlpn in his report recommends that vacancies in the lower grades of the pay corps bo filled by graduates of the naval academy It Is recommended that the number of rear admirals be Increased from six to ten lietenants of the junior grade from 75 to150 chief engineers with relative rank of lieutenant and lieutenant of the junior grade from CO to 120 75 with the relativerankof lieutenant junior lieutenant assistant engineers with rela tive raiik of ensign from 40 to 30 Officers of the same rank or relative rank should receive tho same pay The statute giving precedence to officers according to length of service should be repealed aud all officers take precedence according to date of com mission A WABM SPRINGS COMMISSIONER Patrick W Walsh of Augusta Is ap pointed a member of the Warm Springs ndian Commission vies Deil of Pennsyl vania Declined Deputy Collector Downing at Wilming ton is ordered to take temporary harge of the office Collector Stowe having TWO PRETTY IRISH MILLINERS They Bring Suit for tho Bonus Their Undo Promised Them FiTTSnuRG Nov Dispatch Chronicle was begun in tho United States Court for damages against James Gummlsly and Ed ward 1 Melley executors of the estate of Dennis OHarran The plaintiffs aro two Irish girls uoloes of the testators In tho year 1881 Dennis OFlarran went from his ionic in Luzerue county on a visit to his brother in County Tyrone Ireland He was also very much pleased with tho pretty aces of his nieces and before he left made an agreement with them He said if they would go to work and learn the milliner and sales business in a thoroughly good way he would bringthom to this country at his own xpense provide for them while completing their trade here and then would furnish them with capital to start up busi ness In any cloy they might choose The girls went to work in 1867 They completed their apprenticeship in Ireland and true to his promise their Uncle Dennis OHarran sent for them to come to this country and in 18SO they finished their trade inNew York Then their Uncle died and his will left no provisions for them hence the suit In tbe meanwhile the girls are working in New York and are threatening to make it warm for the defendants In the oase THE SIBERIAN ASSOCIATION Kennan Advocates a The Petition to the Czar NEW YORK Nov meeting of the Buieau of tho Siberian Exile Petition Asso ciation washeld this afternoon George Kennan advocated the publication of a pe riodical for circulation in this country and Russia as a means of bringing to public no ticeto the condition of the Siberian exiles He declared that wouldbe felt inbringing Russian officials to a sense of their disgraceful aunounced that 100000 names had to the petition to be forwarded to the Czar with a viewito induce him to set some of ther Siberian exiles at liberty 1 BY TWELVETO That Is How Harvard Did Yale Up at Football iSpuiNOKiELp Har vard eleven defeated the Yale team here Vthis 12 to cue of the most brilliant games In the history of before an of probably 20000 Both teams clockwork and for the ableto though a strong wind lialf Harvard forced the The Yale men fought the crinisons dogged deter heldvtbenv down The Harvard tile streets rejoicing landvred tpprpfthe Gettyslj and IIR f in 111 tla No one here wdltis i A HORRIBLE SUICIDE A Brooklyn Woman Jumps a Sixth Story Window NEW YORK Nov Charles Con nors of Brooklyn daughterinlaw of the newly elected Congressman from the Third district committed suicide in a terrible manner this afternoon She went to tho Pierivpont Hotel and asked for a room on the top floor saying sho wis troubled with palpitation of the heait and wanted to bo away from all excitement Tho conducred her to a room in the sixth floor Sron after she scut for a b tte of wine aiid later rang for tho chambermaid When tho latter entered the room tiielady was stand ing with a vino class in her hand Without a word she dashed tho glass to the floor and rushing To tho window jumped She turned over and ovor si ruck with terrilio force on tho roof of he extension bounded ofl and landed on a iargy flower urn stand ing in front of the hotel and thencerolled to the sidewalk She was doad when picked up Her mother is in a critical condition from the shock The suicide has been married seven years She had lately suffered from Hlhenlth and was undoubtedly temporarily d em en tod WORLDS FAIR AWARDS JJROXZB M15DALS AXD SHKKPSKIN CERTIFICATES KKCOMMEXDIiD The LIvo Stock Men Must Hftvn Cash or They Wont Arc tho Ladies Thoro For CHICAGO Nov Worlds Fair Commission today adopted a number of committee reports including that of the Judiciary Committee approving the reduc tion of salaries The report of tho Execu tive Committee on the establishment of bureaus of ttiriff and transportation and the in regard to apportionment were referred to tho special committee which reported on tho powers ol tho Coin mission Another important action was a decision of the question whether any money awards should bo granted to exhibitors The live stock men demanded substantial awards in cash threatening not to make any exhibit unless their demands wore complied with Commissioner Kussell of Nevada introduced a resolution to let tho local directory bo asked to appropriate for live stock premiums This was carried and Immediately afterwards the re port of tbe joint committee on awards was introduced providing that thcro shall bo awards to consist of parchment certificates and bronze medals to bo awarded upon specific points of excellence or advancement formulated by the board of judges or exan Iners In the opinion of the joint commit tee It is eminently fitting that the Govern ment should furnish these certificates and medals especially In case of foreign ex hibits but there does not appear to be any provision made therefor In the appropri ations of Congress This report was laid over more complicated matter came up on the question Whatam the mana gers hero for After somo talk tbfi Commissioners laid the matter on tho table and tho ladles left to settle it to suit themselves The this evening The local board of directors propose to take dofinito issue with the National Commission on tho question of jurisdiction they not liking the special report made to the Commission terday Tt is learned tonight that the story Is true that the directors under tbo opinion of eminent lawyers have formulated a docu ment setting forth that the directions of the work of preparing grounds putting up buildings and tho agencies employed are entirely within tbo control of the local di rectors nor has the Commission nny right to exercise any general or other supervision over the construction of buildings or the expenditure of money connected therewith except to require that the buildings are constructed in accordance with tho plans adopted The directors hold that the cap ital of the corporation is not subject In any manner to control the Commission It is further declared that while Congress con fers upon tho Commission power of Inter course with exhibitors It does not pre clude tho directors from establishing ar homo or abroad any agency for tbe purpose of promoting the Interests of the exposition A conference will be held with the Com mission committee on Monday THE RAILWAY SITUATION PROMINENT OMAHA OFFICIALS SUM MONED TO THE EAST The Retirement of Considered it the Went Thing That can be Done OMAHA Nov to S H H Clark vicepresident of the Union Pacific yesterday received a telegram to depart at once for New York to hold a con sultation with Jay Gould Upon the heels of this telegram came another to J H Mil liard of the Board of Directors of the Union Pacific Railway and evidently from Presi dent Adams asking him to meet the direc tors at Boston on Tuesday next Mr Mil liard will leave for New York this evening Mr Clark left for New York yesterday afternoon In conversation with an ex official of the Union Pacific Railway he stated that while had no definite in formation upon the nubject he bad no doubt that Jay Gould was in control of the Union Pacific Railway and that Sidney Dillon would bo made president as a matter of vindication A vicepresident will bo reated and ho thoughtthat Mr Dodge general manager of one of Goulds Texas lines would come to Omaha as the general manager of the Union Pacific ADAMS WILL RETIRE He Has Wanted to Drop the Presi dency for a Year BOSTON Nov San Francisco CJironicle is no longer a doubt that Adams is toretire from the Union Pacific For more than a year he has drop the but he has been induced to remain In office through the importunities of Ames Mr Ames after consultationwith Gould Rockefeller arid Huntington come to the conclusion that peace among the warring railways can best be secured by reorganizing the Union Pacific on lines which does not apparently care to pursue The alleged ownership by Gould of a con trolling interest in the Union Pacific stock s a matter of very serious doubt Never ihcless his heavy ownership In the Atchi mail Rockefellers ownershlpjn he Northern Pacific andHunttngtons con trol of the Squtheru Pacific give the two a comhi an d of tb e si tu ation w b i ch j ust us control of the UnionPa The talk hereUs that the Book Island and the combine aud julldto f Pacific OioiuitRato8 Advanced depart Associaiioii DusJness beKinTjirijrlDecember PRICE FIVE CEKTS A TERRIBLE EXPERIENCE An Ogden Ian Robbed and Thrown from a Train DISCOVERED THREE DAYS AFTERWARD His Skull Was Fractured and He AVamlered Helplessly About With out Food or American Woman ou Trial in Criminal Record BUTTS Nov to TRIB man was picked up wandering about the vailey nine nilloa south of this city tonight in a demented condition and sintering from several frightful wounds in tho head Ho was brought to this city and under skillful treatment soon recovered reason sufficiently to tell a strange atorj regarding his Injuries Ho gave the name of Martin LInnegan und said ho had loft Ogden last Wednesday bound for Butto expecting to enter the railroad hospital hero aud when near this city ho stopped out on the platform of tho moving train and whilo thero was assaulted and robbed of in money When his assailants had secured everything of value on his person they threw him off tho train which was going at tho rate of fully forty miles an hour From that time on he know nothing until found under the surgeons oaro three later During aU that time had been wandering in tho hills without food or shelter and without attention to his in juries which showed most plainly tbo effects of being so long neglected The movt serious wound was a fracture of the skull above the left eye but tho Burgeons hava hopes of saving him even after delay He can give no description of tho as it was dark at the tiroo and they ap proached him from behind officer are working it up A Beautiful Yountf American a Mexican Court for Murder SAN AITTOMIO Dta Fmucisco ChronMt The trial of Mrs Inez begun at Matainoras Mexico on the 15th inst and is progressing with thatsIowneM and tlon characteristic of Mexican oourta Hrt McCabe is the woman who ilXjOT ago started an inter national tion by and killing Judge Max Stein of Starcountyt tba little town across the the woman who Is about 18 yearn of age and possMued of remarkable beauty has been in a Mexican dungeon since the shooting Her trial will probably consume several months ENRAGED DAGOES A Runaway Team the Cause of a General Riofc PARIS Nov 22 flan Francisco Chronicle A lively fight occurred this morning between citizens and a gang of Italian laborers engaged upon tbe new waterworks here laborers were rundown by a pair of horses which had become frightened at a steam drill While none of them were hurt they became so enraged that they attacked the driver A number of citizeng came fco bis rescue and a general conflict ensued The Italians were soon put to flight and driven out of the city No one was killed but a number on both sides were injured A Indicted OnKraNNK Nov Special to In the District Court the grand jury returned thirteen indictments against James ICingren for eattle stealing The netted him all the way from three to fifty head Kingren llrad In Western Nebraska and ran off the Wyomlnn ranges selling them to Burliagfcm railway graders Washington Turned TACOHA Nov 22 In tbe oaae of a burglar arrested when Washington was a Territory and convicted subsequently under the Btate law the Supreme Court holds the conviction illegal because the State law Is not retro active It will ielease fifty prisoners from the penitentiary A MISSOURI DRAMA Mrs Fleming Alimony ST Lours NOT TnruuNB Francisco Chronicle la tbe little town of Clayton St twelve miles from St ILouls today Annie D Fleming was granted a dlVorca from Albert W Fleming and allmoor cross This is the culmination of a markable Tho richest people inMissouri He wus one of the heirs to the famous Mine property and has never engaged i n any bus ness The home of the Flemings on Vhe Manchester road is the most boauti fulplace in the West embracing five acres with hot houses lakes lawES and everything on the finest brderr v Two years ago their only child a daughter died and this nearly broke the hearts both parents They both became oonfijrntd spiritualists and a medium was employed at 100 per month to live In their simply to keep them in communication witk the dead Mrs Fleming took to drink Mr Fleming left her some time s took up quarters In The medhim continued to live in tde house Mrs Fleso ing petitioned for a divorce and was granted A strange feature of the case Is that Mr Fleming in his infatuation with spiritualism actually took the medium before the proper tribunal and formally hinv making him heir to the vast estate VV TEE IDAHO SENATORSEHPfiL Republican States the Situiation BLACKFOOT M Sheriff of Nez Perce county j is in South Idaho on met by a of Vthsfe most rep 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