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2 'rInD O\fAIIA : ; DAILY J&EE : MONDAY , MARCh \ 2lS0 / .
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PACKING PLANT DESTROYED
F Reid Oompany's Largo Property at Kansa.s
i City . , Kan. , Burned. .
GREAT QUANTITY OF MEAT CONSUMED
nnort" of the Firemen of Uoth Cllu Not
t Bumelelt to . Mitcr the l'I"ne Unti
Iver.thln/ : II Reach WR"
WIed _ : Out
J ANSAS CITYb March 24.-At G:30 : o'c1ck
tonight fre broke out In the ho bullling of
the Hehl Packing company's pl nt at Iansn
and . Hal road . annuls , Kann City , Kan. .
. an1.aln08t the entire grou'r , of buldlhs were
' completely detroye1 . causing a loss of $ ,000.-
, 000. A 10:30 o'clock the tolowlng buildings
Ilad been destroyed and the fire was nol yet
unller control , owing to want of water pressure -
; sure :
. The thr-.story hog building : the storage
. . . . building . four stories high : five Ice house :
the engine house ant the bed . house.
: When the fire was dlsco\.tret a watchman
' tlr phont(1 for the Kansas City , ICun . fire
department and a general alarm was sounded.
, The faml1 : spread : over the top floor of the
hog building with incredible rapidity . the
; flames feeding on the meats and oils . Iefore ,
. the firemen hall laid a line of hose the roof
had fallen In. The flames tram the hog I
building commulcato : with the engine house
on the south and soon wrecked the boilers
. and deslro'ell the eleetvenes of the corn-
panle' fr apparatus.
' A , lsastrous accident was narrowly averted
r by the firemen , wheat the risk or life and
limb . rolled twenty barrels or gasoline from
. \mb. . gasolne
the building. From the engine building the
fire spreII.o ) five one.slory frame ice houses ,
: each 200 by 125 feel. These were rapidly de
vourM by the flames . and then the four-story I
Itorac building . , whIch was , right In line. fel .
! a prey tD the clement ofdestruction. . There
Tk. was $100.000 worth .pf meats In the basement
of thil . * . building. - .
t MUCH IEAT DESTROY1D.
' The first leer was ted as a warehouse :
thD second was fled with dry sal meats ,
on the third floor wore big hog heals fut oC
meats ready for shipment while the fourth
floor was nacJ(1 with dressed meats. Time
fro leallel1 from room to room and roared
k and crackled until the roof tel In and the
1lnes : shot fifty feet In the air. At this "oint
the Kansas City . Mo. , fire Iellrlmenl was
, appealed , to for assistance and six hose corn-
panics all two engines responded. The water
tower from the Armour lcllng cOlpany
Al 7:20 : the west wall of the hog building
, fell. The flames hurst over the bridge con-
'nctiYig the t slorehouEe WI tim the beef hout
nnll the bridge burned fiercely. The firemen
turned their whole attention to saving the
; - beef house . all a dozen strelns : were turned
ohto the burnIng bridge. Notwithstanding
"th klenuous efforts oC the fire department
section _ after seton oC tIm brIdge was par-
Ualy destroyed and finally fell to the ground
where the work oC destruction was compleled.
: - Finally the beef house caught fre. al thc
fremen were powerless to slay the greedy
flames as they ale their way Into the buildIng -
Ing through the bridge.
: . . WORKED FOR THE nEE 1IOUSF.
- When It was seen lhat the entire plant was
11 Imminent danger of complete destruction
. more aid was called for , and the entire force
: on the ground was turned to saving the beef
' warehouse In 1 short time time building and
" c9ntonts were saved , and then the firemen
: concentrated their efforts on the storage
r. building , which was burning fiercely. A
, heavy wind coming up caused the flames to
- burn with renewed tury and within twenty
S minutes the ref f l ; and soon . thereafter
' 7 the south and west wills tOPPed over. But
c little time elapse b roreJ11e building was
, 1 complete wFeclc . .
The 'three-story ' 'smoki nlse' Is separated
from the storage building by thirty
foot a small one.story building
standing between them. This was
. spon blazing. The wind veered to the
. cost before much damage was 'accomplished
bere however and the buiding was saved :
At 10:4 : the fire was brought under control ,
4 but as a heavy wind was blowing tIme fIremen - I
men were kept on duty to avoid any possi-
bity of the fire spreading.
' , The entire plant Is valued at $600,000 ,
; whie the estimate placed on the stock ranges
from $800,000 to $1,000,000. The loss on the
buildings dcroyell ! will probably reach $400-
000 to $500,000. and that on the meats. oil ,
- lard and other 'producta consume wilt bring
tmo total to over 1250000. The Insurance
is \ amplE to cover all losses. Four men were
slightly InJur d. '
INDIANAPOLIS , March 21.-In 'an Inter-
vIew with an Associated press representative
. tonlplJt : , , Samuel Reid . one of the firm of Reid
4'fliks & Kingan & Co. . owners ot the burned
Kansas City plant. sold as to rebuilding that
the directors would decide I , but that there
. was little question that the plant would be
replaced at once.
JOUU DIN"EU : nlllKN WJItfi RIr.LIU.
; .aU of the Floor In Limo Nt. James hotel
Took time ( 11tal" Ilul Three Cthor .
DENVI . March 24.Four firemen lost
tlmolr lives In tIme fire In the Sl. James hotel
this morning. They were :
'UAROLD ' . IAlTWELL , captain.
I' . S. DtAWLEY , lieutenant.
. RICHARD DANDDUOG.E , fireman .
4 . STEVn MARTIN firemnn.
: \ were members of hose company No. 3
I and all except Captain Ianwcl were colored
z men. They went' down with the for of the
ootunda and were horribl mangled amid
; . burned.
There were IG5 guests In the hotel , all of
. whom eHcallel1 umiimmjured. The damage by
the fro amounted to $40,000. about hlf of
which Is on time building and half on the
C furiitur& , _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
. /10':0 Thenl"I' l'arttally UnrnlHI.
i CHICAGO . . , Mardi 21.-Flro tonight nearly
deslrdyed the Empire theater. 'he loss will
b about $50,000 , fully 'Insured. Time theater
has not been In use for several weeks and
the lIre , It Is thought , was IncCUlhlr ) ' . 'rime
building Is owned by the Union Amusement
, compammy _
, . n"vl. "Ut VUU , tip , \g"II.
rD IIU'l'TE , Mont. . March 21.-Time A. J.
' , , , . Davis will case I ! to be revived here. -On u
remitter fll the 8upremo court , the con-
test ot lnrrlet Sheleill al(1 lel' ) ' J. Davis
; was taken up II Judge Mcilatton'H court
p yesterday timid the . / ' , '
) IHII case Ict for JUle 11.'Imen
L the contest was originally , J Ilge
, , . McHnton ordered It IHlllled tulEd , lut un UII-
peal was taken amid tustaln d on the ground
thlt the court lu makIng the order had cx-
, Ioeded Is jurimmdietitn . 'ho contest this
! time ts between brothers amid 811ters \ \ Il
c reside In New Yorl ( . 'fimey are chmiidrcmm or
Ala Jlvbl brother of the ( lead multi-mull.
lonalro whose e tlte has ben the cuusc
or much litigatiomm .
I ' : . ' so _ _ _ _ . _ _ _ _ _
1) > 111.1 , 11" 011 Ier hiomtIi UUII.
N1\V YOHK , March 21.-Soiomomm I.
. . Mlnn , the alleged hetrucr or I.oretu Han.
nlgan , who died lust nllht from the effects
. ot a erlmlli operation , was surrendered by
, hhl bondHmcn. Mann was taken to the
room of time dying girl for identification.
When he entered the rom her eyes were
L. partly retcd and Hhe loked to le In a
a- dying comidillon . In answer to questinims
she ) I10wly raised hel' arm , amid , I.olntng
r lt Mnnn , saul : "There Is the m:1 whmo'm
: responsible for troubte. "
r5pon _ my _ . _ _
Clmurmei'i with 1(1111 'wn ( ' Imikireim .
. , hUNTINGTON W. Va. . March 21.-Se\-
t erul days ago two bars , uged 7 amid 9 re-
? epeotively , suddenly disappeared from their
home here mind I was thought they hlul
L been kidnaithi. Thil moriing Beverly
lllkey swor\ out a warrant for the arrest
r of John iummgo . colored . wh la their tather
claiming that he had ) disposed or them by
I foul means . Itiakey . wha Is a former lover
: ot IUngo's wife , cIa his he can Ilrove the
: children were murdered and thrown Into
the Ohio 11 nr. .
f 11.rll\ fur OIL hi ( : .llnrnl" ,
, ' LOS ANQ1TRS . Cal , March 21.-I was
: learned today that '
) l'arUes front Wilkes-
barre. I'a. . have leased 2.0 acres or lanIer
ueamiVtmittier : , where they 'viii bore
Ier ' wi halo etln-
, Ivdy for oh. They will ship their machln.
Ir ) from th3 Penns'lvunta oil rqtiuns . 'i.mt'y
ire esperienced and wealthy mcmi.
, . . . "
GOLD IN TRB ANDES ,
Ne" Yorkers organize thin an RIlurll ; RIndt-
A committee of three representing a dozen
business men of New York City . will . within
a few days , leave for South nmerIca . In order
to InvestIgate the report oC gold . precious
stones and copal that ha\"e recently been
brought to their notice.
The investigating committee will be led by
J. A. Coraut , 1 wellhy contractor and engi-
neer. I will also be p. accompanied by a United
States naval officer and Inother engineer 01
whose report the expedition was orgsnlzeml
Another person Interested Is a United Slates
senator from an hdJacent state.
The committee Intends to sail by the next
laclfc mal steamer for Colon I the In-
\'estgator fnd What reports say exists the
Investor expect to realize many millions oath
from time vemittmre The reports tel of \ntolt
weahthm. Gold In countless millions Is to be
hal , for time mert tAking. Diamonds rubies
sapphlre1 mind emeralds are In ahundncc.
It a\ an Jose HodrlRuez Zelayn . R mln-
Ilg engineer anll nltvc ! f time United States
oC Colombia but who was educated In Emmg- !
lalll , determined a year or so ago to start
un a tour over the Anllc8 tn Peru. His
oltelslhle IlurpOto was to imivo.tiga'o ' the rulrs
of ancient temples ot tIme immeas. Ills real
object was to discover , I . possible some
Ilromlsing gold fieliL
The reports of his trip , which arc filed In
the New York omce ot a United States senator .
ator , are whn led to the proposell ell dlton.
The cnineer , after many harlhlps , reached
an elevation oC 7,000 feet on the Atlantic
slope or the Andes. He foulll a tribe ot
friendly Indians , who showed him the ruins
of ancient temples but these mild not interest
him as much ns the gel trinkets and ornaments -
ments worn by the indians He Cound al
the mouth of a stream emptying Into probably -
ably the Amazon the Indian village where , In
a crude fashion natves had washed out I.GOO
pounds of pure gold within as many months
This was In a locality , he says In hIs report ,
never before seen by . ammy white alan .
At a nearby locality he found a large area
or alu\lal gold dellosls that yielded from
70 cants to $1 In every pan. After care tUly
taking Ils bearings hc retraced his steps
and landed at the moulh of the lagdaleJ
river In Colommibia lie hecamo acquainted
with au ofcer aboard a United States man-
or-war stationed there all told him ot what
le halt seen. The olcer secured six months'
furlolgh and the two came to New York.
TheIr visit resulted In the formaton DC the
'he oller and the engineer wi accompany -
pnny the expedition amid wi each receive a
share ot the profits. Those Interested In the
enterprise sary. wi furnish all the capital neces.
I'OSTUISTlU 0TIlC IIUWUC JIID
l.ycurJul Illlon SuecUlbs II nitacle of
" ' . \SIINOTON. Mardi 24.-Lycurgus
Dalon , 10stmaslel' of the house oC rellre-
Fentatves for five terms : lled short ) . he-
fume 1 o'clock tonight of bronclittlim. Ills
death was not unexpected , as he has heen
ill with nervous prostrlon for a real- and
hnH been nt the 10li of death for the past
two n's He leaves a widow nail four
children. lie will he burled on Tuesday aft-
crmio mn In Glenwool " . .
ern09n cemeter" :11. Ualol
was I native of Bedord , Imid His first
public service was as state lhbrariamm. After
two ) 'eal1 In that olce lieVLLS elected to
the state legislature for one tenn. In ] 88
he was elected postmaster of the house for
the I.'ort-elhth congress and was reelected -
elected for the Forty-ninth and Fiftieth , In
the Fifty-first he was the democratic nomi-
nee. but was defeated , as the house was
republican . lie was howe\'el' elected for
the Fifty-second and Fifty-third.
UeUI u or 111'1 Ir'ln limiter.
lELnOUHN" . March 2t-lenl He'ln
Hater , C. M. G. . a distInguished statistician ,
died today. He was U years old. He was a
member of the Statistical association of
Boston and ninny other statistical . sclen-
tlcal and geographical assoclatlumma. In
1S : he was created an officer of the French
Order of Public Instrtmctlon . and In 18S1 an
olcer ot the Order of the Crown of Ial ) ' .
. r Upnnrnl S'mimtcr W. OruonlBll1 De'H' '
PITSBURO , March 21.-General Walter
W. Greenland. cx-adjutnnt general of Penn-
cylvanta died at 10:3 : o'clock last night at
his illness. home . , at . Claion , Pat : . . , after 1 lngering
" V .
Julro "lren If Nr" ork.
FI1EDONIA N. Y. . March 21.-Hon.
Emory Fore Warren died at 8:3 : last even-
Ing at his home here. Judge Warren was
born at Eaton , N. Y. . November 6. 1809.
't. i.oimi s II pr lug Eu III"r Iead.
. ST. LOUIS March 24.-Captain Clement
\v. Delalres , well knoW throughout the
country as 1 fOrtnl editor . died here today
ut the age of 52.
lewis Ix-Cblof Justice 1'1108 A"'RY.
OSlALOOSA Ia. . March 24.-Ex-Chlef
Justice Severs , late or the Iowa snpNme
court died this morning aged 73 , ot I'sr-
utysls. _ _ _ _ _ _ _
DeRth of Frank J. Iliunge . I
Frank J. Ramge died at his Omaha resl-
dance at an early hour this morntng. He had
been In a precarious condition for a long time.
ilainrism , . 1111 l'r .r " " 1,111' Do'ut . : :
MUNICH , l arch I-Daron von Iteidel .
Uavarlan minister of worship , Is i dead.
Qlurralll01 AIIIu8t Irumnmunr4.
LITTLE ItOCIC Arle . March 21.-Evcry
city on the line oC the railroads In this
state except Little Rock Is today quaran-
Lined against ' all commercial . travelers. Se\-
oral drummers arrived .
here today and re-
IOrted ) they were not permitted to get off
at any station along the line or the Iron
Mountain road. Time same reports come
from the Little flock & : lelpll18 moati. The
local authorities claim the Camden case
wheretn Sam Iiuckclow I traveling m/n
from Kansn/ City . was talum with small.
IOX ) yesterday justifies the action . Several
exposed parties were male to leave Camden .
lien ttilny. The Oulchla hotel at Camden.
when' Buellelow stopped has been CIEl'd )
and the Inmates and boarders have been
quarantined In time houso. .
.Jlry Hrllroll , In tim , , "a710r CBSO.
CAHHOI.TO . Mo . March 21.-'fhe trial
of the Taylor hrothers for the murder of I
the tUII ) of Gus Meells was begun YfS-1
terday. t Time day \us taken up selecting 1 I
Jury from I elwciai'enhme of 150en. .
Whnt II I colHhlered an Cx'clpllonul good
let or tutu was finally ! lel\d unit the trial
adjourmicil till Wedncsdny mmet. It
l jourel tl lext. I was the
'l'mLylor brothers who were cllsel EO closely
several montha ago by hnlf 1 cozen iOSSCS
umid Arkansas. harely escaped lynchinG by getting into
Jpmmtmi Itel w.'nhm Stin.'r4 immmi.hri1y , Cottleil
)1'llt" Irl'ln nllrA tllhirnly Ietted.
OUTUnE , 0\ , March 21.-At Harts-
here this morning two miners naled Lee
Haley and Sieve Elhlorth were working
1 time same room of time Indlanola coal
mine Each tired a imlast One shot went
off amid the other failed. Time mcn disputed
us to which fuse ( ailed to Ignite 011 Bale ) '
wcnt to his. Just 01 he got there Ihe blast
CXllolcd , blowing Bailey's head oft' , fatally
Injuring mlsworh and / seriously wounling
two other immiticre. .
U"verntr " 1011 "Ior , time f.IABtlrl.
I"I"ERSON CITY , dn . , Malh 21.-'he
general assembly alJJurel sins die at 10:3 :
last mmlghmt Goveror Stone tln mlted a
scorching message crltelslnl the IElembl ) '
for not enacting n fellow servant law all'
Illkuhle to railroads amid toe refusing to
amend the election laws relating tl St.
Louis amid 1\lnsls City so iK to pre\ent
frmmuds . A special Hesion may be called to
take action on these . matters.
C"lulbln eauhB tu Jiin the I'leot.
NEYOltK , Murch 21.-Th Unied
States cruiser Columbia went to sea thta
I\Heroon. She will Join the squadrn 0/
evolution In the West Indies. reporting to
Admiral Meade at the first convenient Imort ,
which will probably t be at Ktngstumm. ) Ja-
\llla , where Assistant Secretary of the
Navy McAdoo , who Is on bIrl : , wi leave
senger thu 'olumbla stemirner unl return . home by a pus.
( ilII'11 ( 'Utmtm , , Ilrl.t 'yUh ? 'i 111.r7 ltatior.
DlTltOlT . Mich. , March 21.-'he remains
of Geneat ; I > hlip 13t George Cooke were
buried with appropriate military honor
' ' attermmoomm . 'fho funeral , .
) yesterday ) Iteroon. Proces
/Ion was escorted br tour complnles ot the
Nineteenth United States Infantr and the
regimental baud ( runs Fort'ayne. .
1.'lchln : ttorr frul 'llnu.eo mi . .k. .
N.SIYH.Ll Tenn. , March 21.-A rigid
investigation imiade ot the rlportetd InchIng -
tag oC i negro WOmlU hear L'nChburg , thts
state IhoWI the report was a malicious
fabrication. wihout the slightest hasls ur
truth 'fimere was no lynching unJI no attempts -
tempts at lynching , mind the woman was
not Int'rCered wll <
. ' c. _ . , ' _ _ _ _ . " . . , ' j ,
TH PRAIRIE EXPRESS
1eeDloclonl at timnl.'nny Jb\ CarrierS on
"The frt express ever run across th
plains was started by 1 man named Butter-
field In 1838 . " said 'Iexanter Denham of
Montanl , manager oC the first overland express -
press 10 the Chicago , Journal "It started at
Little Rock Ark , mini ! followed a southern
route tbrough ICansas Ne , Mexico , Arizona
and then to Los Angeles , Cal. About two
years later tn 1860 , our company was formed
for the purpose of carrying the mails to the
1lclfc coast. 1 was known as time Central
Overland , California and L'ike's Peak Express
company. William 1. Russell . Alexander
Majors and n man named Wadel formed ! the
eOlpan ) ' , mind the contracts with time gover-
ment for carrying mantis were male out In
their names. I was chosen mlnager and lied
my office In Denver.
"The souther route run by Butterfield . did
not have as much promilenee as ours , which
for years .was known as the 'pony express'
route I started In nt St. Joseph Mo. , run-
ning througb Nebraska to Fort ICemtrmmey . to
Fort Laramie , W'o. . thence to Denver. to
Salt Like City , to Placervle , Ne\ , amid to
Sacramnemito Cal The whole trip , extending
half across the continent , was minnie In seven-
teel day . when no accident befell [ , ant aecl.
dents were not so numerous as some people
hl\'e Imagimmed . From St. Joseph to Denver
time trill took seven days , anti from Denver I
to Sacramento was a Journey oC ten ( lays. ,
That was , of course , b ) the regular stage
rout , and little time was lost In making It.
"To accommOlatl our huslness we hot
about IGO coaches , 10st of which were kept
runnlu all the tinie . To haul them we had
I.GOO horses scattered along time route from
St. Joseph to Sacramento. In additIon we
halt G.OOO to 7,000 head of atto , which were
used In hauling heavy freight amid transport-
Inl feed for the horses and provisions for our
men. You cu see thal the busIness ws nol
by any means a smal one and I coutnued to
grow os bug as there was any USe for such
menns oC tratmsportattomm . This was until the
conlpleUol oC the Union Pacifc railway to
California In 180. Then overland trafc ant
mall service could be maluige tD bettor pmmr-
pose hy the railroad , and our pony express
went out of existence. limit up to that time [
Crom time day that time roule was first opened
tn 1860 its business had steadily Increasll.
E\en the buiding of the railroad asslsled 1s.
for our line was time best adapted for carrying
to wester stations employes and provislomma. "
A FUTURE GENERAL GRAl T.
Ulysse' 1. ( ; rl\nt II. Likely (0 Emmter time
. \cluloI1Y It \ < lt i'olnt
Ulysses S. Grant II. , son of Colonel Fred-
trick D. Grant , Is now 13 years of age and
It Is likely that In 1899. when he reaches the
required age he wi be nllmlled to West
Potnt. In April . lS8 , when General Grant
was very ill , he called for writing materials
amid wrote a letter to the man who would he
president of the United States fourteen year
Crom that time . asking that his grandson
should be appointed to a cadetship at " 'est
Point Soon after this time hate General
Sherman called on General Grant and the
later secured Sherman's endorsement to tIme
application , which has been carefully laid
away to be presentcd at the proper tinme.
The boy was but 3 years old when this let-
ter was written. He was born In Chicago on
July 4 , 1882. and he Is a remarkably bright
lad now. lie Bttended school tn Vienna and
Is at the present time far ahead of the re-
qutrements to enter West Polut. He edits
and runs u newspaper called the Junior
1dontimiy at the Cuter school and he has an
army of some 2,000 tin soldiers with which
he occasionally amuses imlmseif. Dr. Cuter
declares that the boy will need no reflected
light to help him tl fame and fortune.
'V'omlur U.lneatonlt lu ttnton .
CHEYENNE , 'Vyo. , March 21.-Speclni.- ( )
At the meetng or time t Dcard of Trustees
oC the Wyoming University n resoluton
was adopted . to the effect that the present
faculty should be retained for another year.
'lh board peclcled to change time site , or the
govrnment ag'rlculurt experiment ' station
ut Lander to ' the location which' the ' iieope
ot that town have donated to the Itate' .as
the site for the Wyoming Agriculturmsi.col.
lege. An approPI'aton ! ot $ ,20 was. voted
tOI use tn carrying on the work of the sta-
tion. I Is the Intention to start what 1 $
termed a live stock school for the purpose
of carrying on experiments In the fattening
and breeding of live stock and also for the
treatment or all varieties of diseases.
Inlt I'Rll RuouJh to h.a'iL 1 J.letml.
KANSAS CITY . March 21.-Arthur , craig .
colored was arrested today for stealing
pants. le had 20 pairs ot them In hIs
possession when taken In by Detective Ca-
kill of Kansas City. Kan. On the night of
February 5 1 clothing store of , I. M.
Her lmwlz In Kansas City . Han. . was
broken Into and $1.I0S worth of clothing
stolen. Cahill has been shadowing Craig
and has finally secured enough evidence to
cause his arrest. The Ilrlsonel was bound
over for trial next Thursday
Built ii Un.enm ; with Surplus Simud , .
HAN FRANCISCO March 21.-Tho me.
morlal museum built In Golden Gate park
from the surplus funds of the Midwinter
fall was dedicated this afternoon . Several
thousand people attended the ceremony.
The building and a magnicent collection
of curios , bought at an expense of $17,0.
were presented by the board or directors of
the fall association to the Board ot Parle
CommlsRlonel ! lS the lepresentath'es of
the people. I was stated that the total receipts -
ceipts of the Midwinter fair wpre 1,260,112
Ild the total disbursements $1,133,121.
ColnnlBI War naY8 lteviveti
NEW YOHK , larch 21.-Time . Society ot
the Colonial Wars atended a service In St.
Paut's chapel today tn commemoraton of
the lth annlversar of the departure of
the New England troops for I.oulsburg ,
March 21. 1743. and of the services held In
the churchcs In this city on that date 'fhe ,
services were conducted IHe \ ' . Morgan
] . D.D. assisted by Rt. He\ . Thomas
Underwood Dudley , blsllll or Kentucley.
" Clnou : le''nbIIIU'I. -
Rocldand Tribune : "There are some points
ai.ut your wrings that much resemble
Shakespeare , " said thE editor.
" )0 you think so ? " crIed thc delighted
author , who had brought his contribution In
with his , oln hand
" \ es. " the editor continued : " ) olploy
I alr.it : . the same IUncluaton ) marlli. "
ilILl 'I'iIlll IuuJU4.'lr.
"alr and orth\"lsterl. Uluh for Nobrsm :
amid iowa 'Itil ) . ) ' .
tomorrow WAShINGTON : , March 2 i.-Forecust for
For Nebraska and Iowa-Fair : : mmortimw 'st-
erhy svlmuls .
For I Ailssourl-Genernhly fair : westerly
whuls : cooler In nortnnllnn portion.
For Kan9a -I"ulr ; norberl ) " winds : slight-
h' I cooler .
For South Dallota-Falr : northwesterly
OFFICE OF' TIIIVlAT1IIfl nUI AU ,
OMAIA , Murch 21.-0mnlm record of tern-
purature and rainfall . compal'll with the
correapomiding day ot the lat four yemirs :
) l89 ! jj. 1191. Ib93. IS9. .
Maximum temperature . . 70 24 29 58
temJel'ature. : 2 lS
llllmul temperature . . . .1 I 18 2t 31
Avrmige temperature . . . 5 , 23 25 4G
.V lr\clllltaUon \e . . . . . . . . .0 lj .0 : .01 .00
COllUon of temperature ant , precipitation
at Omaha for the day oimd since March 1.
1S $ :
Normal temperature . . . . . , . . . . . . . . -
gxccs" for the day. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Normat IlrletptaUon . . . . . . . . . . .0 Inch
Ietclency for the ay. . . . . . . . . .06 Inch
'fotal lreclpltaUon ) since March I. .4G Inch
Delclene ) ' since March 1. . . . . . . . .491ncl
lolHrU from Other "tatlnl' at I 1' . 33. :
. " .
ITATIOXS ; ! ! t F tTAU or
B . _ g = : W.ATUII.
c e 0
i i. I
m" . . . . . . . . . . . " - o -
tlortImPltui . . , : 111 70 .00 clear. ;
Platq. . . l4 71
\'alcnlm' . . . . . . . 11 O .00 ParI cloudy .
(1Icao . . . . . . . . . cal OU OU (10 ( ) . )
! I. Lll. , . . . . . . . . UII 7.00 i'arleioudy .
SI.l.aul. . . . . . . . . . a : - .u ( ) 11.t.tolly
O l.I > IOrl. . . . . . . . 1- 7U .00 Cloudy
Davenport..4 1\ \ .00 Ctear.
! lver. . . . . . . . I" OU .OU 1'artclouu1r .
Salt Lithe . , . . . . ( . . I'nrlclout.
! Llke City . Tt GO .00 Clrr
1II'ldOI1. ; . , . . . . . 0 14 .00 ( Par Iloud ) . .
lulla. . . . . . . . . 41 /U ' l'urtelumu1y.
1ltUlrl. . . . . . . . . ; 62 au 'Ilrleoudy.
61. Vlncon . . . . . . :1 .1 42 ,00 Clar .
ChelouII. , . . . . . .it . lt .00 Bear
Miles . . . . , , . . . , , . .
Cleyouime.4 ( 60 .10 Cler.
h.L.llon. . . . . . . _ _ iii _ _ tiu Foriy.
' ' ' indlcatea trtce of precmpmatlen - ,
1 A prelpl\Uon W1LI. Obseryr.
PIUE E Q , SINS LOVED FAIR
. ' 0
She Tells n eRn 1lncIBOO Paper They Wore
Eii9d V to Mary.
ROMANCE O' . ' : , IIEI LIVES UNVEILED
1. j' _
Uver"hlhnrlBQPS Greatness Whln They
I'lrs 33cC . ShuJ0ln Learned tl I.ovo
nlul I'inmfliy Arl(11 to Ito-
. Cdl ,
cIi1mtbiii. I " lfo .
I' ! q 1
SAN FRANCISCO , March 2t.-Tho Call
' publishes a long " tory tolling of the affection
that exited betcsn time lute James G , Fair
and Miss Phoebe Cousins time well known
lecturer and Woman's rights advocate. According -
cording to the Cal , they were engaged to
bo married , and only time death oC the mull-
10nalro provente(1 their marriage
Miss Cousins Is at present In lan Jose
taking care of hmr brotimer who Is III. To a
Cal reporter she told of her affection for
Fair. She told her story freely . candidly
amid without hesitancy Before speaking
about hersel she said :
" 1 will begin by stating that there were
lany confdcnc s betwecn Mr. Fair , and ,
myself which I cannot touch upon at miii.
Ito toll mime nil about his life-hits successes ,
his failures . his joyS anti his sorrows. Prom
these confdences I concluded thai ho had
been moro sinned against than sInning.
" 1 first lot Mr. Fair In the Iggs imolise
Washington , D. C. , In 1883 , while he was a
United Statcs senator trol Nevada. I tool
a liking to him at once. The evhlont defects
In his education ammd manners were coni-
plotol overwhelnNt ant by his natural greatness .
ness , as I saw hll
"I soon learned to admire him \"er ) mucim
and I could see thalha also like ! ! to be In I '
conmmpammy . and seemed to tall an Interest In
my work and In my views of social antipolitical
political commditiona. But this , our . first
friendship , did not grow at omico to an.thlng
moro or Warmer than mutual midimmiratlon. I
In the course oC a few months wo parted , as
true friends Part. lie returned to Nevada
and California and 'I ' resumed ) work tn
11rerent parts oC time world Several years
Passed and we did not meet until some time
after thy mothor's death " tmo
Miss Cousins then : related her trouble with
the World's fair board of lady managers and
her efforts to have a bill passed by congress
to secure panent : for her servlce3 as secre-
tary. She applIed to Fair for Doltcal as-
ststance , and allhough ho said ho hall no
such influence . ho wrote very kIndly anti
asked her to correspond with him. She
"Anll this , " Miss Cousins resumed , after
a pensive pause Iopened time correspondence
between us which eventually led to our
betrothal. For sense time after that letters
passed betweeu us nt regular Intervals , and
time spirit of th orrepoudenco grow warmcr
and more cont1dnt'al with each letter.
"Simortly after returning to .
"Shorty afer rnllg Chicago Ire.
calved a letter ' ffm Mr. Fmiir . In 'hlch ho
stated that hc , \ voSib ! soon see nie . and that
ho was comlnl'Hf11"serlou3 Intentions to aSk
amy hanll and 11af II marriage.
"Mr. Fair , a& nnlot by his secretaries ,
liresse and Antmsad . J think , Mr. Crothers ,
arrived In ChicagoMay 'f , 18V3 , and took
apartments at , tlo prall Pacitic. Mr. Fair
Immediate sc4m hts card. I ICt htm In
! of time parr ! fnd ho expressed great
happiness at sleln ' mo again lie told me
then and thori''mt ho bad come all the
way from Cal f rn f for time purpose oC ask-
tngime to become his wife. I told , 111m that.
I would give h\1 \ andefnlte answer within a
tow . days , and)1eiiqstely intimated that ho
need not , havolcpr ! Qf my"fnal decision.
Ho seemed very . } lupl pleased nt tbls. "
Then MIss . opmgs , told how Fair was
taken \ a fewda3 1 after this and Ient for
her to come aud nurse hIm : how she min-
istered to his : wunts. In spite..oLtho objections -
joctons , of hIs secretaries . who endeavored to
, keep her from : IIIt mu. ; " _ - "t
Vhem Mr Fats' bad'recovered
Mr. 'llr bad'recovert Itlfclehty
to enable him to be u and walk"uround , lie
.calod mo aside ono'day , . "I' ' want to settle up
my affairs , ' he said 'In such a manner that
I shall . do , justice jto al my family connec-
tions . I love my family and I want to mallf
fair provision for them I love you and I want
to provide for you at , all haz1ds 80 that fnan-
ctal trouble can never cOle to you , " I' ' want
you to be my wife Will you marry mo !
. "I answered 'Yes '
"He then said : 'Thank you ; wo must be
married soon-ver soon. ' But ho was stilt
' more or less ill . and this . prevented our "arly
'marrlage. One evening when he was feel-
tag much better . 'we sat . together and talked
about time World's fair and he sold we must
see mill of I together . and that 'as lila own
dear and gifted little wife. '
andled Ile wle.
"I should explain all the 10ns of Interest
with which ho was not acquainted from an
historical pint of view.
"And that was time last evening that we
were together " said Miss Cousins with a
deep-drawn sigh. "On the following day Mr
Fair was whisked out of Chicago as I ho
lad been a prisoner or a fugitive from Jus-
2Ir. Fair managed to tel mc that he was
called away by very ' ) mportant business nmat-
ters . but ' that he would return very soon and
mlke 'me his wife. I } Iever saw hIm again
I received a hotter Cram him after ' he arrived
In San Francisco , In that hc stated that he
was wel and begged mo to write often .
"I did write but J never got an answer
after that. I am ' positively certain that ho
wrote to me also , but the letters were Unquestionably -
questionably intercepted HIs secretaries
were constantly on time watch "
Miss Cousins F a's she asks nothing now
Except to bo left In peace wWi ' her sorrow
ATIEI CLAIMANT TO FAIR' , ISlA1'E
Sevomi.Yoir.Olti , Chmildlrougimt Forwlrd for
"lhRru or thl 33oiiey .
OAKLAND Ca ! , March 2t.-A new claim-
ant to timd estate Of . '
th G. Fair hal all-
pearcl In the person of 7.year-old Ethel
Jacoba. AccordIng to the story ot her foster -
ter mother , Mrs Jacobs , the chid Wil
hroulht to her In 188 In reepaimse to un
advertisement for s bah ) ' to rise I ) ' I
man calling imimseif H , 11. Hoe amid who
said he was noting for the .
actnJ tOI father. For
el/hteen ' months $0 was cent ! Is. Jacobs
monthly' hy Hoe fdr the chmliti'n main ten-
Then the remitance ceased and six
l.onths later n letter was received bv Mrs.
Jacobl stating thnt thereafter Seimat6mFiili
would help support the child . ns he was the
father With thl infant's wardrobe hal
come a photogrph , or lime aleget father
whom 11'Jacohs , Icognlzell as FiiI when
she met him sUbseIJuent ) ' . During the
next few years 1110 ' "mln says mihme saw
the ex.senatoraferirkllctmhly , . sometmes re-
celvlnl money Ttumin" him directly all ot
olhcl' times Iy leter , Mr. Fair , ) aceortlnl
to the statemnemmtmh1fl1e much of the child
and commentell o6lr growing resenmimiance
to iimnmseif 'l'hew.mun clalrK resemllunce
documentary pr "q al her assertions .
J'U.VJfR.Sf. ( P "UI71C.t . . ,
} v.nm.lT If ( html ir.z r
tcrleel Alp.utl.d ! Iii , 11""y : lelbora of
I he 'hr,1 rl.ti I l'rnf" 8Inn.
BOSTON Mlrw , rlThe mineral services
p\er the body o ( S'lf ( ! IlthawaYL who shot
herself at the J'I ' ! house last Tuesday ,
were held In the : 'laJ1el ' nljolnln the local
undertaking yfI5 ' 11n Lagrange street
Ihorty after 1 l'cto < le today. 'fhe ohse-
qules consisted . mor4 or the reading of
the gllccopal .1\erfr } : ' ice by 11ev. George
J , Prescott ot tiiqfhii.ctm oC the Geol Sh-
hmerti after whlc , lh \ interment took place
itt Mount Hope * ( nimtery . Over fifty men
and wommmemm . Jclp ( ly mnernimers or time
theatrical profe:810n. with Steve llradie .
through whom the funeral was provided
were present ut tb ' services . whie a large
and curious crowd , "urroundlng the place
were kept lt proper ilttance by a detail of
Police. . _ _ _ _ _ _ _
( I bmcqimlrs uf I'ror".ur 1'.ppee
BETIII.EIIEM , Pa. , March 21.-Dr. henry
COllpee , late acting prpsldent oC the I.ehlh
university . was burled home thts afternoon .
Hundreds oC alumni from null parts of the
country attended Ue , . obsequles .
loceu'll Tiirc. . fr l1 A lurnllj Buid luG.
DALTIMORI March ,21.-'Che , resilience or
, A. K. Heath , 2 Mount Royal I avenue . was
destroyed by Ore early thb morning. Mr
Heath escaped and two children and three
servants were reecimd by Ueorcu 'I' Inumnus .
a neighbor who flooll ot n fence anll , Iude
a bridge of hll hotly . ' Mi-a. heath . who was
on the Sfcr Joor.-"flJ Inlly burned before -
fore rescued by time , liremen. Mr Heath
I Js probably \palth die. ) ' ftoek b pk.r. mlrj. Heath will
AT ASSOCIATION . FOOT BALL ,
Two l.ocmst Teams l'ntln n 1.lvl , 5Kturdny
Afternoon nt the Uht-Tllo ORnH .
Time best gall of association foot bal
over Illa'ed here took place Saturday after-
noon between Jlnm ) ' Oardlner's team 1\1
the 1' . lu. C. A. team I was originally
intended that 1 match should take place
between time Y. l. C. A. anti the railroad
clerks , but It was found that mill the mu- .
reader could not be got together . and so
Gardlnr anti , Riley dIvided up the men ,
Oanlner tnkimig the odd maim. Che tOlms
lined UI ) ns follows : ,
Jlnm ) ' G's Temimmi Position . 1' . : t . C. A.
DIln . . . e . . . . . . Goal . . . . . . . . . : . Riley
Ho-tnlr ' . e . . .I ul back . . . . Plckerln
'rrusweil , "an Camp ,
'Cruswel Neller . . . . . .1alf back . . . . . Smithson
Onrdlner . . . . . . . Center . . . . . . . .Hldllner .
McDonald . . . .I.ef win ! . . . . . Pricket
Gardiner won the toss ammO took advantage
oC time h l amid sun. ' ' 'hlre wa 1011 very
good iilnv In the first hBtf. Pricketoods
amid 1 ! 11Iner worked the hall up the lick !
Very wel amt lelt In som hot shell , which
keN Olrdlner'l .leflnse hitmey . In return
Garlner mind McDommalml malte several gooll
: le\onnlll s\eral
ntempts on the Y. 1l. C. A. ioai I , but they
were too closely wotchl11 imy Van Camp )
I'lcllerln . 'rhe first limIt of the gaimme wus
ot a very even charcter , mme lanlJ being
scored by chimer side.
After chnn/In ends , Gardiner kicked off ,
1\1 his side minnie aim Immeelate athul ; of
time Y. M. C. A. l'al , but Riley , by 11 long
kick transferred the ollerltons to the other
Nll of the ground , nml lllll hnt I lively
time In keeping his goal Intact. HOlc mc-
, curetl the hull II a sc\mlma"e 11\1 ! gave It
' to Truswehi . and by some good /avl -
'I tweel Garulnlr nml 1eonllil time latter
cored the first point by puttng the hal
through the Y. :1 : C. A. Roal. Almost Im-
mcdlately after the kickoff , Gnnlner kicked l
nnothrr goal . This performance created
great excitement , ammd some clever lmliu ' was
Indulged in 111 ends were visited In
tlrn ami each goal was defeudpd very
cleverly . Hle"s display In goat was mimer-
velous Time Hlectatrs got excited ald
cimeet . ed both sides aim Ultl all lt once the
clime of the bali hurst amid lid to
Clle ! ai Illl hut mimi enl u
most pleazant anll lively game. Gardummer's
Hile won by : goals to O.
I"olhe I' . lit. C. A. Plckerln nI\l Riley
limit Up a good defense. JtckerlnJ If de-
veloplnJ Into I splendid hncl \an Camp
II I nervy pll'cr anti kept a good eve on
McDouflld Irlclet. 'Voolls nml Hclllnger (
mmle 1 good atacking lIne ali got up
quite game. 1 cOlblnaton toward the ' end or the
On Omirdlimer's side nlmn , Hole anti Mull
mire old turners and hut In lome old-time
hicks which Ieet d ) rlrlze time 01)1)05-
Ing forwnrds. ' 'ruswel worked with dtscre-
ton , mull GII'dlner and McDonald ( two old
hands ) worked hlrll for hmonor.m . which they
divided , scoring one goal eachi.
.JOIN I. 1ULL1'.N1.f. . I.H'E YET.
i'neymoola hIts IlinmIlmurti , hut the Big
Fellow Hrnt thin "Count Out. . .
lOS'ON. Mass . , March 2t.-John L. Sum- !
Ivan rested cOICortobl ) ' nt hIs hOle today
hikm ph'slclans If the " the
Ils ) say timey can keep
big fellow In doors for 1 few das longer
all danger will hnve Passed Su\van his
been confned to his room for four days mind
on Friday night his conditIon was considered -
BOSTON , March 25.-1 a. m.-At this hour
John J. Sulvan Is restng Iulet ) . .
N11' YORK. March 21.-I was reported
tonight that Sullivan was dlng In Boston.
Champion Corbet was seen and when told
or the report sall :
"I can hardly believe I. for I had n tele-
grimm this evening saying there was no
danger. Poor John. lIe was hIs own worst
enemy. nut for nil that he was the best
man or his time. Ho was the greatest
fighter In his tme that e\'el' lived . lie was
an older man thnn I , and I al content lo
represent my time ; let him have all the
credIt for hI" Time only trouble with Sul-
van was that he did not know how to tale
care or htmself. I he had tllen care or
himself he would have been as good 1 lal
today as ever. I remember the lick that
knocked him out I was glad to win , but
when I saw Sullivan lYing In the riimg there
I felt awful ) ' sorry for him , and the thought
came Into my mind that some day I would
be In the same position m'self. You can
say that I was sorrier for Buiiivan's condi-
ton than words can exprcss , "
. \1 Thro" Wern IIsqtmmiuhlird.
NICE March 24-Saturday's race between
the big cuter Alisa , Drlannla and Valley-
rle , In which tUlsa won by about three miles
over a thirty-mile coprse . has been an-
.ulcd by the.ractng committee. The com-
.mander decided that both Alsn amid Drlan-
pin crossed the line before the firing of the
starting gun. Valyrlo I , which arrived at
the finish at 7:30 : o'clock was disqualIfied
for not carrying side lights after dark.
VRluabJo Lilly Stained , by R . Fonc
LUDINGTON Ky. , March 24.-While exercising -
ercising at the association track yesterday ,
L on Ferguson's valuable 2year-old , Pirate
of Penzance . filly . ran Into a fence tnjur-
lag her s badly that she had to be idiot
The boy Eiits . riding her , was seriously in-
jured. _ _ _ _ _ _
Tyler' Record I"m t'n.
SAN JOSE , Ca ! . March 24.-Allan Jones ,
at the Garden City closed track today covered -
ered 1 third ot a mile In 42 1-5 seconds
beating the world's' record , held by Tyler .
I 3-5 seconds.
Creedon mind hiiiIc'r , Shmitchmed .
ST. LOUIS . March 21.-Dan Creedon ot
thIs city was tonight matched to fight
Henry Baker 1 heavyweight of Chicago
The fight will come off on Mon ay. April
1 , In Chicago. _ _ _ _ _ _ _
I.ewis Intl IIurn8 : 1111elrll.
CHICAGO March 21.-Evan Lewis the
"strangler , " all Martin Burns . better
known as , "Farmer Burns , " have signed
artIcles to wrestle here on Apri 20 for
$ oJ 1 side _ _ _ . _ _ _ _
Contractors Levy on 1 flntiroad .
lULWAUKEI . Wis. . March 21.-Donald
McIntosh and John McIntosh of this city
have fed 1 complaint In the United Slates
court ut South Bend , immtL . asking for the
sale ot the Illinois , Indiana & Iowa railway
on 1 mechanic's len to satisfy a claim ot
$12.0. The compllnt : Is Ilso directed
against the Metropolitan Trust company or
New YOlk and Albert r. Gould. 'fhe ptaln-
tiffs are railroad contractors . _ - of Milwaukee.
Will Con Sllto IJoguo Ituttor.
lULWAUKgI' , Wis. , March 24.-Time
state of Minnesota has ItlUonod an In.
specter at Dululh , whose sole duly will
be to confiscate contraband " 'Isconsll prod-
uct" I Is alleged a grout deal of oleo-
mnargarimie hued cheese multi spullous lard
and butter ts IhlpJel Into Minnesota
In violation of that state's laws . anti an
ntempt will bo Inde to break up the
iwact ice. .
'ollrch fur "Iulol Ituilloim.
SAN FRANCISCO . March 21.-A search
warrant was issued today tOI' the schooner
Anita due here from Mexican ports The
plunder of the robbers who visited time
town of EnKenlla last l.'rhlay night.
amounting to $26,0 In gold and ' siivem ; Ii i
thought to le on hoard. 'l'he Anita nlell
from the port on the afternoon of the day
following the robber 6 .
HeUlou Must ieop ( ) T the ( Irmmi.s .
IA Yl. C1T's' Kan. , March 21.-CustodIan
Fox line received Instructons from Com.
missioner I.amoreaux to allow no persons to
settle on Fort hays military I'eselvaton.
which his been wihdrwn from imettienmemut .
'rhlK action was taken In response to re-
pleats sent In by Governor Morri amid
others - '
FIII T.nrnImoct 1 llr"l , Ilrl , II ,
TRA\'FlltB CrfY. Micim . March . 21.-'fho
village of Fire Lake , twent.three miles
south of this city . was vlsltel by a con1u.
1mton ) 'csterIY wnlch wIped out 1'lrlr
all time huslles ! 1101101 uf the town 'Fhme
total loss Is about $ 10.0. Insurance wi
not aggregate maIo p than ; 0,0.
'ilircu Ulac'"ulli ' 111 thin nun ( Jelt .
CINCINNATI , March 21.-A Commercial
Gazette SIIclll frol Youngstown , 0. , 1'S
1.0 employee In Andrews Unl . ' roiling
mi there truck ) yesterday ) ' because . the
Irm chargell three ptmdtllers. Time conmm-
pany says these puddlers were IHchal'Sed
for enumse .
Wil Ito l"rlle" hereafter .
DB''UOIT. Micim. . March 2 l.-ilwartl
\lllms. alias lcl.eo , alas Scol , col.
ored , was sentenced to Itato prison at
Jackson for life llterda ) ' . Ills crime was
crlmlnol assault 1.on u 17.year.oiti , colored
girl. Uo was also suspected of having
murdered George Lavender a year mme .
Two Killed hr i.Iglitimtng ,
IIIIIMINOIIAM , Ala,1 Marcim 21-Durlmmg
a terrific thunderstorm wimichm passed near
Pine lull yt'sterduy ilgimtmming struck time
residence of Jelmiithma W'hliiamns , a tarmer.
ills wife mmmd eon vere instantly killed and
Williams was rendered totally blind.
I. , , , r.i s him ( chOral ,
MADI1ID , Marcim 21-Flye ministers tim the
cabInet of Senor Canovas dci Sateilo are
liberals. Time irlnns minister imimnachf is a
canmmervattve , Time greateet tmunmber of the
high government o1llcinl are re8tgnhn ( ,
rIrTIrdi OZ'RUA Ti I'JCS M.l Y S TltIIU ,
Mercimuunts Doing AlITtiey emma t iimn-
conrisgi , a S'mlk Ihiit.
PItOVIDENCE , it. I. , March 21-Al-
timoumgim timero limit ; imeen no real developments
lii vies' of time
strained immduimtrlai sit-
untloim between time mIll operatives at Ol
neyvihie and their employers , tIme litmbilc
fear of a gemiemni strike ham not hemsenmeil.
Time btislimc'ms inca of time district have not
takemm fennel ntctlomm , yet time } ' have gemmer.
ally discussed time advimaimility of mioimmg
soimmctimlmmg to imreu'ent the reietltion 01' the
great stilke of iMi3. Time storekeepers imave
not yet recovered ( mmmi time effects of that
strike , anti time3' declare It tIme thmrezmtened
mu ilce' occurs timey mmmumst abandon bumslmmes ,
as they would be tamable to trtmmt strikers
Time striking operatives of time Atlantic
mliii. mire to hold a. meetimig tommiorrtnv to
discuss time troubles mmmd In it fess' days a
muass Ymmeetlng of all time olmerativea in time
i'miwttmcket valley ivuhi be lucid. At time hatter -
ter nmsetimmg mu commmmmilttec wilt be mippotfltt !
to ruk time' agents of thm mnlhis for a restorn-
tlomi of time wage list In force before the i5
uer cent reduction thmut precipItated the
strike of lSi3. Iii view of time recent declur-
atlon of time iuantmfmictmmrermu that they ivcmtmld
ignore mulch a eonimrmittee it is believed gcmm-
emily time request wii ( calico a gemmera !
l'IiOVIIENC'E it , I. , March 21.-Time op-
eratlvcs of time Atinmmtic tmmtIi of Olneyvillo
hiitl a mass immeetiimg thiS nftermmoon multi
mliscummmeti time lockout , All time almu'dimcs
were bitter ngmuinst time imitil owmmers mutt time
mneetinmg imuimteti several imotmrs , hut it % as
decitleti to delay ngmremlve umctiomm , rim it itt
( 'xpecttti that a ienerni strike will lm or-
ilered by tIme district eunuch of' the textile
voriCers witiiimm mu few days , 'limo locked
out operatives more iii IL tttnte bordering emi
riot , urni it is feared that time leamlers cmiii-
not keep thorn Iti commtmol until murrrnmige.
aments are lmerfcctel , ( or a reimoral strike of
time 11,000 textile workers lim time district ,
ThrEats ngnhimmt time mmmiii ProPerty arc betmmg
freely immatie miami time owmmers are imecornlmmg
uimmeasy. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
FL1I2.VThIIL'U A . ' % 'lDI CIIIft.'iTt.I'S' 1I.1Zl.
[ ' 1mm iiiiiii K to 1i mm Ic a thin I a stitum ti nil S oh f-
cii u lomi I air.
NI\ ' YORK , Marcim 24.-'riio ammnmmul humid-
mmess mmieetiimg of time National Cimriatlmun
League for time Promotion of Social Purity
ivas hick ! mit time resitienmce of its presi-
doimt , Mrs. Elizabeth ii. Grannls , Time him-
dual umiitter : discumssctl suus time new itmdus-
trial imomno which time league lit to opeim on
Mmuy 1. Mrs , Caroline liueii spoke on ways
mmmii itmeaiis of furnishmiimg time new hmommie.
hue nk'o rend a reIOrt 015 time result of time
W'ommmemu's Nmttioimnl coumimeil hmehut rccemmtiy iii
W'aehmington. Time object of time league ts to
ninito time hmonme as far as imossibie self-sup-
porting , mmmii for thml Imuruoso it comimimmittee
mints nimpointeti to oitaimi mvork mmiii secure
furmmiture for time irnimme. Timero wits mu general -
oral discussion emi iiygiemmic mmmd physioiog-
teal facts niid a lmiil whmlcim time league huts
IntroItice ttito tlm leglitlatuire regurdimmg
time mmccliii evil and ( hue hmresemmt hnws govermm-
ing divorce , 'rime bIll imrolmoses tlmat where
tummy coutmie sues for dIvorce cmi the statutory
groummid lhmit time gmmuity party be imot ommlS'
( reed frommi time immatriummommimil yoke , btmt lie
fimmeti not lees timnn $1,000 or inmprisommed
for from one to fIve years ,
IfrliI"E PI'I.VZ'El ) 1.5 COU.'mUIL JlI.UPl'S.
l'ohlco Arrest ilium hum ioumthm Cmtmniiummt htmL
U'crui Conipelieti it , Itt'Isiuo ii timi.
COLUMBIA , S. C. , March 21.-Somime tiimme
ago Chief of Police Daly received a tele.
gram fromn time cimiet of police of Coummchl
Bluffs askimmg imimui to arrest Siefert Itiefe if
ime came to Coluimmbia. Itiefe arrived today
( roam Cimarlotte Witim a carload of horses
anti nmmotimer of farnming tmmipleniemmts , Daly
arrested 1dm , lie ommmployed an attorney ,
who sued out a warrammt of habeas corpus ,
clahmmming tIme police Imad no right to arrest
Itiefe , as they imad no warrant beyonti cmi
unauthenticated telegram. Riefe was released -
leased , thmotmgh another telegram was re-
calved statimmg tiuat a warrant wouid be forwarded -
warded and extradition proceedimmga insti-
G.ING OF .INILUt.1 .flJJ2GL.4I
Fort Wayne Pollco Surround a iloimso Full
FORT WAYNE , lad. , March 21.-The biggest -
gest catch of burglars ever nmade in nortim-
em Iimdianmi was scored Imere today , For
six months burglars , highwaymen and
cmacksmen have plied their work here , also
at Vm'aiienm , Cherubusco and Huntlmmgton ,
hooting twenty or more stores.
Captain Ilorreimtomm and imts police surrounded -
rounded the entire gang in a imouse here
and captured them. Among timeun were
Ocorge Dolan anti William Timompson , Pals
of time notorious Marvin ; Jack Guy , Ilcimry
L.ncey , Adolph 13e3'iiing and a locksmith.
One coumfessed to thirty jobs. Time imousc
hias timousnnds of dolhsrs worth of mstoln
goods in it.
vill Wait ; UntIl lltmniagton ( 'ouet i't'eL ,
SAN FRANCISCO , March 24.-C. P. Hunt.
tngton hues , it is said , made arrangements
to come to California ha the near future.
The nnnual meeting of time directors of time
Cemmtrnl Pacllic and Soutimermm I'nclhic coma-
lnntcs will be held here April 9 and 10 anti
about timat time time aiummuai mtmeetimmgs of
several mInor corporations coimnected withi
time two big corporations will be held ,
huntington wIll attend these mneetings. Time
United States autlmorities have bceim hn-
furmimed of Huntingtomm's ccnmiumg , aumd it Is
ahtl mme attempt mehil lie made to aruest hum
utilier time indictniemmt returned yesterday 1mm
time United States district court before imIs
arrival imeic. 'flue iimdictmemt is summpoecd
to he for havhmmg issued passes in violation
of time lumterstate commimerce act.
( ICy ? Ciuiumui ' ( urea lluuyg to Reply.
NEW YORK , March 21.-A special die-
patch from TolcIo to time World says : Time
peace amnbasmadors of Japan mmmii China immet
yesterday at Siminmonoseki mtnci proceetleti di.
reotly to busIness , The condition' . upon
which Japamm will conseimt to end the war
were stated in explicit terms. After mtoimme
consideration , Li hung Chang' asked ( or
three days' delay timat lie mnigimt consult
time authorIties in I'eictimg upon certain
points , It was graumted. Unless time govern-
nmemmt at Pelting instructs Li Ilummg Clmang
to reject time demands which Japan con.
ehmiers immdimpensablo to mm Imernmatment imeace
time treaty may lie speedily executed.
ttrlkmi on Clue I. of I. . .Iouirai ,
PIHLADEL1'ltiA , Marcim 21.-Time Kfligimt
of Lahor In timls city have just dishuoseti o
a strike In timeir own ranks. Last Timumrsday
the live printers employed on time Knigimts
of I..zmbor Journmml , which Iii puhulm.imed hmeue ,
tienmanded back wagcs. 'riucy imad been
womking elm itimort tiimme iimce Febm'mmmury amid
claim time smallest sum due any one of the
meumibers 'was $50 , Timely tlemnnmmtl was reused -
( used , wimereulmomi tiiC ( oreimmimum i'esigmmetl ammj
three of time mcmi struck. 'rime local TYPO.
grmmlmi'icnl union took imp timtlr cases amid
time strikers vero lull 1mm full amid die-
cheurged. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
1 nile of htotahiuttlm In litrxic'm.
CiTY OF' MEXICO , Iuhzmrcim 21.-Timere he
a strong feeling hmero him favor of retaliatory
measures mmgalimst time United States ( om its
legislation against time Moxhcmmn free zone ,
jtmmd It time Uumiteti States tuimould evemmtualiy
iumodly time legislation in time ( reum zone
mmmatter ( limit time mnotlihicntiomi milmoumid he ii-
mmorcd anti time m'etalimmtiomm schemimo puelmoil to
time utnmost , If this govcrnnmeiit imerimilts
( liii hrmtroiluctiomi of geouls ( or time fret' zoume
through 'l'mtumiplco amid 1mlntmuitmoras it will ime
imist unfavorable to Mexhcan railroads ,
Ihulgimi i'ropeetu. fr ( tiummhu.riuurmi Z'.uric
NASh Vi i4i1E , Merclm 2 i-Everytimiimg
poInts to time greatest meetIng ever imeitl iii
time eoutii lit time mipproacimlmig mimeet to be
given at Cumberlmnti Park. Ittchmard Iw'er ,
time iveil kmmouvii starter , hums becmm secir , i to
do time starting. iloreetm mmiii arriving daily
( rota mull 1mar15 of time country , amid there are
over 300 imorecti already eu time grounils.
Aurll I mviii be the opentumg tiny , nimmi nouns
high-class macing xviIi be humid during time
immeeting , whuiuiu etmfltinue4 until April 27.
Sevemmty thouusammd dohismi's mviii be distributed
among time hmormit owners ,
Beechain's jIIIS arc for bilious :
ncSS , bilious headache , dyspep.
sia , heartburn , torpid liver1diz.
ziness , sick headachcbad , taste
in tile mouth , coated tongue ,
loss ofappetitcsaflow skinctc. ,
when causcd by constipation ;
and constipation is the most
frequent cause ofall of them ,
Go by the book , Pills id and
254 a box , I3ook frs"e at your
druggist's or wrjte 13.F. Allen Co. ,
365 Canal St. , New York ,
FAVOR THE INCOIE TAX LMV
Supreme Oonrt Expected to llanI Down a
Decision In that Line Today ,
ANXIOUS TO SETTLE ; r AT ONCE
V'oumll Cansti the , ( lovernmnent Too Mtihu
'Emouiio If thia Matter Wn hclmmyetl
i.ouigcr Timumn 4thsohuitely Necessary
hinter thin Circuuuustnmmccs ,
Vt'ASIIINGTON , Marcim 24.-Tlmo recess of
tIme United States smmprenme court s'Iht ter-
mimmato Moumtlay , but as Momiday is the day
of time imeek on whmtcii time court tmsualiy
imatmd down decisIons , there are sonic whmo
timink that a decision nia' be given thmen on
time incommmo tax case , it Is understood timat
the mmmeimmbers of tue court have been tim con-
suiltatiomma comicerimlng timete cases , mimiti while
it would ho mmmo'st mlmmusual for timeimi to coimmo
to a commcitmsiomm 1mm so lnmportant a nmattor so
moon after the commclusion of murguinmemit , it Is
suggested that tito exigencies of time gov.
ernlmmemmt are sticii that a special effort mvii !
be mmmatie tim time lmrescmmt timstnmmce ,
It is conceded by those who advancO thus
idea that it mvtmumld bo too mmiuchm to expect
tlmat aim opinIon giving time reasomis for ii
decision cotmiti ho Itreseuiteti on Monday , but
It is timotiglmt posatlulo thiat time court immlglmt
ammumoumnco its bare tlt'clshon as to tlmo con-
stitutionahity of time law thou , amid tesorvo
time lmrolmaratiOii of time decisIon for mu tuna
of greater iesumre. 'Flue course is occattoim-
ally Imumrslieml toward time ommd of a terium , but
it is umot believes ! to ho at miii ! mrobalmie titmut it
will ho followed iii time immco.ummo tax cases ,
Timore mmiii stith memumaumm alter Mouitlay three
weeks of tinmo before the latv shall go into
effect , and it is argumed timat the decisIon
mmitgimt be postpqmmed tmmmt'.l April 8 witimoumt
luittimlg time goverimiumemmt to sPecial incouu-
m'emiiemmce , Thee mmmnst fammulliar mvitii time
lmractlces of limo supreumme commit say timat the
court will not hue inclined in a case of so
nmuch inmportammeo to ammumommmmco a decision
citimer favorable or umimfavorabie to time law
muitimimut at time sammie tlmno giving its reason
( or It , Tltcrc appomura to be a growiimg be-
hot that time law milil be sumataimmed by time
court , and : renmbers of congress , btim among
tlmose wimo advocatetl alit ! those whmo opposed
time Ian' wlmen It was boiore commgross as a
part of time tariff bill , gemmerahly express
timeimielvo to this effect.
They appear to base time imelief principauly
on time fmuithm that the court will be loath to
lumterfere whtim time lmrerogattve of law toumcii-
ing ummeamms to secure rovenumo , Tue lawyers
generally bolt ! that tim Moore case will ha
thmrown out 0mm time tecimmilcality that a eol-
lector eanumot lie onjolimed froumu eimtorcimig a
law. This Imomnt ima lmeen several tiimme decided -
cided hn the court , amiti it seemums quite uni-
formmmiy against procoedimmgs 1mm that way.
lilhlS' ( lAsil WI ib COME LII' TODAY ,
lluubeas Corpue. l'mocou'llmmgs of Limo A. hi. 17.
Lvairrs I , ) lb iilihmoteI at at Oiic ,
WAShINGTON , March 21-Time habeas
corpus case of litmgene V. Debs amid others of
time American Hallway umuiomi who were engaged -
gaged him time Chicago strike of inst summoner
will be argued in time United States suimremne
court on Mommtlay , Bobs and timoso associated
with lmlmn contend that the United States cir-
cult court hind no jumrlstliction while sltttumg as
a coumrt of equity to restrain tlmeun by Injunction -
tion in proceetilutgs with time strike anti asIc
for a writ or Imabees corimus for their release ,
l'uhhi he , . im , Ti uom r Cuuiml y.
ihmes Watson of Ilebroim , cimairmnamm of
time Thmayer coummty reimublhcan central corn'-
mittee , hiatt beemu iii the ity a couple ° r
days. Speakimmg about politics in Th iyer ,
lie said : 'V'e imave fl pretty much our
owu way out there , though In time last few
ycam's a comnbimmatiomu of deummocrats and hmopu-
lists hiatt made time local campaigns acme-
vhuat'tnterestunmg , But we imave contInued
to hut otmr nmen hate ofilce , Next ( nil we "
will have mnost of the cotmntl' officers to
elect and tim time judicial district a judge ,
\7tm are aimthcipatlng no hot contests. "
Fretl Stoic BIcycle 'loch. ,
Fred Olsen , a 13-year.old boy living at
2816 Caldwcii street , was arrested last even-
lag for stealing a set of bicycle tools and
case. Wimeom arrested time tools were found
iii his Postiessiomi mmmd humid been stolemu fromn
Iii front of a restaurant on lower Farnnni
street , Commipinimits ( or sImilar offenses hail
been made to time police recenthy , mind It
uvas kmiowmm us'imere a Etot of tools lund been
tlisjmosetl of' , itmt time timlef could not be np-
lureimendeti mmnthi yemmtcrdtuy , whmen Othlcer
lialdovin nmado time arrest. Yuummg Olsenmes
501mb hale for wimummm time police are lookimmg ,
uu'ecumhuirg Is hmniuuigiut Ituitlc.
Morris Greenburg , mvlto is wanted in thiia
cIty for stcaiimmg a gold mvatchm and a dla-
mimonfi from 1. Siegel about ten dmuys ago ,
wait caught In Kansas City Fridmuy. Officer
1)ayis of Limt city went tlowmm to Kamisus
City and returzmcd with Grecnburg yester-
Spring Is Here
tmud i'hui'ilmg is I imo tIluit to atlemmd to tico
t' iiii ( I loll of youml' hmeuil I ii. 'l'iie blood
lutist ho piii'ifletl , Ilium imtoiimnchm mmmmd digetm-
tls'e oi'gmiiis louied , time lim'e'i' i'cgiiluiteil
utmiti tIme mm'hole' tiiliOhlI built tip. If tiliB
Is tiomie mmow' bY time hum of Iloomi's Smirsit-
I ma t'ii 1mm , time gi'ut t I iltuomi c'lu'a heeL' amid
mtt'i'iigthu lniiitlu'i' , tim're ms'ili be lit tie
dtmigi'i' of heliies w'lmumi time hot ms'coi ,
titer commleol ,
Is the Oiily
True Blood Purifier.
l'i'ommiItmehitly Imi thu jimmlilie eye liiy ,
'I'll lit itt u' umy I t itt I lie bm'st $ il'l ) II g imieui 1-
chin' . I iIUIHt tlPlt ) Ijtioil'n. Do itot lie ill-
duict'th to Iimy ally Htilttituie.
14) liii ' , OhIS to
H 0 0 c1 S 1 S tumku , t'mty mu ) tuhleeL , bc.
1'hatmis , blacl.ttead. , red , rough amid oily .kitm
. ummti imaimih. , , iry shIn , niud Telimog
. imuir , iu2mti 5i101d0 baby bhcmiuiibea
utro prevemutod umumd cumreul by Cur , '
cumlu iiom' , most effective skin.
ltm , rIimug muumt h.cauti f lug coap Ia
tim' , world , sit well n purc.I und
. , ov'u'lesL of toliel lund mnmrsery
s'm 1' , Ptm'.i tim reum ginmut thu. world.
_ nvnL Toiiight.
Ju I 11 ) MatIiicVodn3day \ ,
iugit i i 1 , ,
Seaosj. Prices : Nlglit-23c , 50c ,
7c ; , $1.00.
Mntliwo-2r , 50c' , 7.ie.
'by M , 0. A.
( ( , $ LEIIT l'opulusr , 1.uW
7 Full 'l'hhl l'rloed , heel
l'lil 'l 4)1' 'immicuit 1mm Ommualma
Opening Conceit ? fonday1 Mar , 25 ,
Sulorus Mimadoilu Club , 1Iss flay , Cope.
l'ric'emm-Memnbers , lOc ; course , G0. I'ub1i
20c ; course , LOO.
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