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The Omaha Daily Bee
OMAHA, FRIDAY MOKNIXO, AFIUL 12, 1907-TWELVE PAGES.
SINGLE COPY TIIKKK CENTS.
PHIZES FOR ARTISTS
Awtr'i for Taintinei Fnl Tint Eaj'i
Izerciis at Carneeie IaeUtate.
MANY DISTINGUISHED GUESTS PRESENT
-f.rml lededication of Enlarged Imtittrte
At'enJed by I rominent Eurcp-ann.
PRESIDENT FODS!VLLT SENDS REGRETS
Ixfcniiti feodi JN'ote Traiiine ?t
Ji'.nter for Gfu to Art and Edncatioa.
EX1RCISES CONTINUE TWO MRE DAYS
DtlrvRtH Will IHscn I'rire Today
and Tonight Trmlcpl Will Kite
Itnnqnet In Honor of Mr.
nail Mr, (iimrale.
PH TSRIiRG, Aprli 11 The formal re
dodbutlon cxrrcise of tn enlarged Car-
nigie Irslltm of Pltisbnra; were brought to j
a close for ihn iIilv with the announcement I
of tho prle winners in tne International
Following are the succes.sful painters:
First prtie. gold n cdul and t,M: Gaston
La Tonehe. Fnris, Finnce, "The Hath."
Second prlae, silver medal and $! :
Thomas Faklns, Philadelphia, ' Prof. I.r-she
Tlilrd prlre, bronze ne liil and $:. i: Olga
de I'.oxnauska, Paris, portrait of a woman.
The following received honorable men
Lawtnn S. Parker, Chicago; portrait of I
an Knglish srl rl. I
W . Granvi.le-Smilh, New York; "The Old j
M,,rin nrin-..b.n Tendon Fnd.n
port alt of his wife.
Mnny Ills! 1 11 u 11 Isheil Cnrl.
At today's ceremonies addresses of In
ternational importance were delivered by
Theodere von Mo.-ller, minister of state, j
Germany; Paul Doumor, formerly speaker j
of Chamber of Deputies, Paris; Andrew
Carnegie, Baron D'Fstournelles de Con- 1 official. Ho says Scotchman's report is
stant, member of the Senate. Paris, and ; based on false figures. Faga 1
Dr. John Rhys, principal of Jesus college, i Dinger Hermann testifies that he re
Fniverslty of Oxford. A letter of regret ; rjulred committee clerk to divide salary
from President Roosevelt waa read, p als- ' wlln h)m Hna ,hat np drew j-( a day gub.
lng Mr. Carnegie for the great gift to sistence ray while on vacation trips,
science and education. During the exer- 1 Faga 1
ciscs the president was referred to 11s the j iMnda of the southern L'tes are to be
gn at peace maker.
Minister of State Von Moeller ln his ad
dress, said his presence here was as a
message of good will from the Gorman
emperor, German subjects ami himself.
Minister Von Moeller said the Institute
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was on of the most wonderful buildings ,
he had ever seen
The notable feature of tho exercises today
was the parade of the Kuropean and Amer
ican gueKts from the Hotel Schenley to the
Frederick Slogel, 83 yeare old, of Loe
Angeles. Cnl., wns arrested while attempt
ing to enter the Hotel Schenley with an
open knife hidden beneatn Ms coat sleeve, j
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jie bu:u lie wniutvu 10 icq .
concerrilng a patent for milking cows. The
man's sanKv'wlire Investigated. : l
The rxerclsea will continue Friday and '
Saturday. Tomorrow tho delegates will
.. r.c.n Tim evenlnv hannuet will i
be s'ven by the trustoes ln honor of Mr. I
tnd Mrs. Carnegie. j
Welcome by President Frew. j
The fi at ceremonies in connection with
the rededicatlon which will extend over
three days began nt 9:43 o clock today when
William N. Frew, president of the board
of trustees, welcomed the Invited guests : Puhlle work ls delayed pending settle
froni Kngland, Germany, France, Belgium, ment of tho dispute over possession of the
Holland, South America, Canada and the city engineer's office. Faga 5
United States ln the founder'a room of the j Burlington supply and purchasing agenta
Institute. Tho meeting waa an Informal visit Omaha and departments will be re
one and was for the purpose of Introducing adjusted. Faga T
Immediately following this Mayor George
W. Guthrie of PittaJiurg und Mrs. Guthrie
held a municipal reception ln the foyer.
They were assisted by Mr. and Mrs. An
drew Carnegie, wh.le President and Mrs.
Fiew presented the guests. At the closo
of the rece ption the museum and galleries !
of fine art. Including the International x- I
of fine art, Including the International ax
hlbltlou of paint Ints, weie Inspected. The .
tour of Inspection gave the visitors tho first i
complete view of the Institute buildings. j
A few minutes bcroro nxn the guests left j
the institute for the Hotel Schenly, nearby,
whrre luncheon was served.
This afternoon the formal re-dedlcatlon j
exercises were held. All the guests assem- j
bled In the foyer of the Hotel Schenly. I
wh'ie they were formed Into ranks ar.d !
proceeded to the Institute under escort of !
tne lacuny ana eiunenis or me i.arnegie
Technical scnoois ine procession paasea
through a double line of students, dressed
In white, which extended all alcna; the
route of the parade.
The foreign and Amerlian guests who
were entitled to wear academic dress did so
and thjs tended to make the pmceg&ion !
one of dignity. i
The route of the parade was to the east '
entrance id niitiuuin nu me guest ,
....mhl. In Muslo hall whn, tk. .
Hrgrel, from President Roo.ctcI,.
President rew 01 in uumru ot irusteea
presided and ln a brief address lauded th
benevolence of Mr. Carnegie. A letter from
President Roosevelt was read. Tha letter
r,1 be "present myself will! yo . tn?rr".Vra
let me. through ymi. express my appreci-
tmn of the gieal work done in the found- rubbish and weed fir Into the yards of
ru"t Vo .h:J,;,V nae'.e nnA b C-h.c-go Lumber company near by.
poses such as those the Ciivrreete instltut The box at Twenty-fifth and Farnam
I o well delgne. to serve. Every nrh street wn pulled again about I o'clook
Institute, everv foundation designed to erv. . . .., i . ,.1..
th. clucticnal upif'ler of our peonle, Wednesday evening, sending in a falae
represents lust s 1 -n:i h gain for American ; alarm. On three former oocaslona re
Ufe. Just so much ciedtt for us collectively , c.ntiy the dtartment haa bean glrtn wild
as a nation. The success 'if our republic . . . ... , . . .
"s predicated upon the hhrh individual ef- , " ,,,a"" ,hl" location and lt la ba
flclencv vt the average cltlr.en. and the 1 lieved boys sent ln the alarma.
Carnegie Institute N one of those Insti. j
r'mddua. 'ency aNout '"IGRANEY'S STORY IS IGNORED
Through you I extend my heartiest con-'
fiat illations lo Mr. Carnegie and my wishes - -i. ,. A ,
h.t he may have many happy returns of I '"'"''- C.rand Jury Too Busy
fits d.iv. togc'he' with the acknowledge- '
ment which all of us make for the publto j
purview 1 1 - - - - . . " ' n
founds Institutions of M, tvw, sincerely
THKOIM iRK Ri H1SKVKLT, I
i. t Church Secret. i'r..-i. I-.
Mr. Carnee was then presented, by Mr.
. k. uia reelv.l mill, .miet, . .
yrew nu .-
Ha aenverru a .uon .oaresa.
Mr. Inr""!'" Addrcn.
Mr. Carneeie aiu William R. Hearst at the primary election
Thlnga material are abundant. Our mills I . 18ol
and factories, numerous, large and pros- j " iru"' '
perous but thlnas malarial. Includ'ng Louia Qlasa. vie president of th Paclflo
money' Itself, should onlv h th foundation : Btata Telephone company, appeared be
ll P on which is reared things spiritual. f Judge Law lor today to answer the in-
rii.r. la aurolv to arte from the wealth ' "
created her a b..dy of men who will find dlctmnta charging him with t.nd.rlng a
In the distribution or ineir iiu. wnrr
n-neV the genuine reward which
urrriu wealth can give, th knowlodee
thut lt Is certain In yr to elevste. re
fine an.l purify the live of tho who sue
ud u and that we have left one art
on rth at leaat a llttl better than w
M Ornagi than xpra4 hla thanks to
fCUiUnuad m Baoon4 FmO
su&imary of tue beeNai inspection figures
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FORECAST FOH NKHKA8KA AND
IOWA Fair aii'l colder Friday. Saturday
Temperatures at Omaha yesterday:
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Thaw Jury was locked up last night
"l ",u aIlpr nuvrng a. iiueraiea lor tnir.
ty-"c hours without reaching h venllct
during the day it asked for the exhibits
In the case and had part of the Judge's
charge and the evidence, read. F.jf 1 i
Annual meeting of Western South Da- I
kota Live Stock association held at Rapid I
. -uy. Keports show cattle have come
; through in good condition and season's
prospects are bright. Page 4
Lutter Day Saints conference discussed
i an rei Bocieue, nui laKes no action. 1
Printing office Is to remain at Lamonl. i
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First day's exercises in redecTicution of
tlie enlarged Carnegie institute concludes
with award of prizes for paintings. Fags 1
President Roosevelt declines to discuss
remark of John Temple Graves regarding
his nomination by democrats. Fag 1
Secretary Wilson replies to criticism of
meat inspection service marie by Glasgow
leased In order to secure an income which
will support the Indians. Faga 1 :
Governor Sheldon completes work on j
bills. Quarter of a million cut out of ap- I
nrotirlatlons hiillriln hill f,-r .fait, In.
Pl'aions. ouiiaing Mil ror state in
Htltutions helnfi the nrlnnlniil sufferer.
stltutlons being the principal sufferer.
Railway commission adopts rules of pro- ;
rodlirA nnd la nrtw r.T.lv In fiiminHnr'. I
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"ii n. n" an uiuce.
LIxaie Rcnkle, engaged to Frank Barker
at the time he killed his mother, and i
alater-ln-law, Is married at Red Cloud
Faga 3 I
Jury at Norfolk returns verdict of slm-
Pl assault ln case against Forrest Ellis,
former attendant at the Hospital for the
Lord Cromer. British clcnlDotenlarr on
the Nile, resigns and Sir Elden Gorst Is i
appointed to succeed him. Faga 1
Time for receipt of bids on the Cohn ;
building has been extended. Several new !
houses are planned. Faga 7
Captain John Webb warna the public to
watch for counterfeit bills. Faga S
National and American base ball season
opens at all places except Boston where
weather ls too cold. eather at all points
COld' but bl CrV" tUr" Ut the
Bam"- . - .
Bernle Cramer. 0 to 1, wins fifth race
at New Orleans. Faga 4
COMMERICAX. ABTD UTDUSTBIAI..
live stock markets. Faga
Stocks and bonds.
BUSY HOUR FOR FIRE WAGONS
Alarm Turned la la Rapid ucce.
lon, but Little Duisc
The fire department was kept on the Jump
for an hour Thursday afternoon, calla ba-
Ing sent In aa fast aa tha men returned
to their houses. A small blase In tha barn
at S13 Chicago street, owned and occupied
by Charles E. Bldwell. waa the flrat to at-
tract aiienuun, aim wui v wuim ui j
. .- . rfnn. flhortlT ftrmrit 1
flats. Seventeenth ana w ener ,,re it. ana
a snant oiaze w lounu
ritblaae ws. rouno oetween tna wai)papftc ra,way oceurred yeBterday near
nd matches are oeiievea .w ' Chapleau, In which fifteen persons are
tha causa ln this tn.Unce, a mta,In, and re believed to have been
no fire near any cnimney. At : blirneJ tJ dBatn ,n thg colche.
k an alarm was sent In from Fir- , . . ... . v,..
"Crth P&Cin T' "
fared th 'mcy high wind prevailing
at the time would carry the fames of
to Follow I n Lnanpported
I SAV FRANCISCO. Arril 11. Tha rrand
! jury ha. decided to p.y no attention to
nun,upported statement, alleged to hav.
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been made ty Itaaie uraney. til.ckamlth
i r.. ..h. ref.ree. to th. .fT-ei ih.i
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j money waa improper , used by agent, of
8 tier Iff O'Neill reported that h waa un
able to find A. K. Detweller. the Toledj
It waa stated that another Indictment
had ban filed against Glaa. By agreement
of counsal th caa waa postponed one
wk so all tha ladlotmanta uajr b hard
arj Wilson Repliet to Critioiimi of
Municipal Veterinarian of Glueow.
SCOTCHMAN MISTAKEN AS TO FACTS
Bare a Emptor 8,000 Inspectors In
a tend of Only Forty and Kamber
of Anlmala Slaughtered
WASHINGTON, April 11. In an author
ized statement Issued at the Department of
Agriculture today. Secretary Wilson taken
Issue with certain strictures recently made
by A. M. Trotter, municipal veterinary In
spector of Glasgow, Scotland, upon tiie ays-
tern of meat Inspection In the United States.
In an offletal report Mr. Trotter Is alleged j
to have said that in 1!06 the number of !
unlmuls slaughtered In the Fnlted States
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was u , iu.iiiu, an average 01 ii.e. iui ontu .
working day and that the number of in-
working day and that the number of in- j
spectnrs was but forty, which made It j
necessary for each Inspector to examine J
the carcasses of not less than !m animhis -i iioimu tinu jiany nein iacn ry uvery ( iu pay Hntuner ciers w no cn.me in mo iivuj
each day "an utter Impossibility." Kecre- team from Gordon to the "twin wind- I two or three days a week,
tary Wilson said the inference was that mills," twenty miles south of Gordon, and The defendant admitted that his slgna
these figures represented the entire federal were told that their claims weie In that j t ire to vouchers which set forth that he
inspection service of the Fnlted States. j vicinity, though none of them had ever : had received payment from the government
'As a matter of fact." he added, ' the re-
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o.n.1 ltt-h .V,nn-. that iit'MOIVt
,,,,, ' were nBrP.tfd nt daMKhter in that .
Tf f engaged In meat Inspection '
on July 1, ISC, according to tho records
of the bureau, numbered 70S, exclusive of ,
The secretary declares that Mr. Trotter's j
fRrf.., wcre evidently garbled from tho re- ,
ort of the committee on conditions In Chi-
Fnder the new meat Inspection law, he '
says, the force at Chicago has been con
siderably Increased, until It now numbers
27G. of whom seventy-one are trained veter
inarians. In the country at large, he ndds,
tho meat inspection force numbers 2.000.
LCRD CROMER QUITS EGYPT
British Plenipotentiary on Kile He
!ans and I Succeeded by Sir
LONDON, April 11. Foreign Secretary
Grey made the most unexpected announce
ment in Parliament today, that I-ord Cro
mer, Great Britain's plenipotentiary on tho
Vila t,al .Auln
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Secretary Grey, on making the announce-
ment, and cx-Premler Balfour, who fol-
Iowcd hlln ,poka wltn depp mol0'n of
t a. ,,n.T.,ni ,rvi... t.. tlie
. j j ... .. . ' sirone OI apoplexy lie waa vxcuai-u irom
empire and voiced the nations regret at; h evld,.ni,n orall.. the record of
1 1 v. , . , j..i u imn..i .ffi1" miming ul11'1 L"c ,
hl, caving his post during such a difficult
period. The foreign secretary declared It
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B e.oinf.t yr.Bo.m. 1. i"1""1-j
service or tne country couiu suner.
The retirement of Lord Cromer will in
volve no change In British policy with re
gard to Egypt. This was explicitly staled
Sir Elden Gorst was appointed to sue-
oeed to the post In Egypt on the advice of
Lord Cromer, whose complete confidence ,
he possessed. He-takes up a difficult task
but will assume the work with the full ap
proval of official circles, both In London
and Cairo. Sir FMden had twenty years'
experience In Egypt, first in the diplomatic
service and afterward, from 190 until 19f4,
ln the service of the Egyptian govern-
ment. He had charge successively of nearly
all the great administrative departments.
a,nd hftd cloBe P"0"'1 relations with Lord
FRENCH STRIKE NEARLY OVER
Baker In Pari and Tnnlnn Returning-
to Work and Cltlc Are
PAR 13, April 11. Evervthlna- Indicates
that the atrlke of the bakers Is oracticallv
. ov.r The cltv tonlo-hf n.ar. It. ,,.,,.1
, ag N(J ,,,,, are tQ he ge(n The
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there were fewer present than at the morn -
1 '"fT meeting. This would seem to Indicate
un-nria i.wiu ca, dt:(.iiiiu 1 1 1 r-t-1 1 1 1 H Lt) 1 1 1 b( II L. I JUL
nKi resumntlon of n,v whiet, t.
I confirmed bv a statement frnm th
prefecture of police at 11 o'clock tonight
that only 600 defections had been recorded
ln Paria and the district. This number is
considerable, aa there are 2.M0 bakeriea In
Paria alone. Nevertheless, as a measure
of precaution tha bakeries will be guarded
tonight for fear attempt may be made to
molest the workmen. The bakers of Toulon
have decided to go on a general strike
tomorrow unless their demands are granted.
SERIOUS WRECK IN CANADA
Nina Adults and 81s Children Mining
After Car Clash Hear
MONTRBAL. April IL-Nln. adulta and
Iz children are missing aa the result of a
wrack on the Canadian Pacific railway
...f of ChaDleau Vesterdav.
FORT WILLIAM. Ont.. April H.-The
wrf(rk , tfce h)gtory of ttf Canad1an
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which ditched the train, tha two tourist
, dQwn n embankment ,to ,
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Passenger fought their way through the
flames and a number of people In the
coachee were pulled out badly burned, but
strll alive. Most of the passengers re-
celved mora or lcs serious Injuries,
BRITISH STEAMER IS ASHORE
Third Vessel of One Company
Be Damaged on Way to
LONDON, April 11 The Great Eastern
Railway company's steamer Brussels went
ashore In a dense fog off Harwich at 11
n'rlnrk last night while outward hound for
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"con.laere be fn any danger .l it
JiOl COnsluerou l I" ny uanger, aa It
r..,ing on a oft bottom. It 1.
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, pectea '-c- " a nign
. w.wr today.
Thla 1. th. third of the company'a ateam.
era to be In trouble recently. Including tho
Berlin, which waa wrecked off th Hook
of Holland February 21. with tha loss 0f
over 10 live.
Th paengera of the Bruiaol, were
takan off thla afternoon and Ita cargo la
being removed to lighten tha vasaeL
, .x. rLlr ta'I'trr,", ''T" .
.1 v..V. nf f i ,,u u . J
cuufMd to having stolon 12 D on Mar, h
WITNESSES TELL OLD STORY
In land Entry
The taking of onil testimony was resimed
Thursday afternoon In the land tilal before
J urine Monger, with John r. Creager. a
real estate dealer, loin ngent and Jusice
of the peace of I.ign. la., on the stand.
Ills testimony was In effect that Thoina-s
M. Huntington had been named In the sev
eral declaratory statements executed by
him for other soldiers as locating ngcnl by
uower of attorney Mr. Creager. In ad.1l.
tion to affixing his 1ur.it to a number of i
these declaratory statements for the old
soldiers, also marie for himself a declara
tory statement at the solicitation of Irving
D. Hull rind wns a member of the partv I
of old soldiers who went from Logan anvil"""1 Monduy, when the defense will con
Woodbine. In., in October, 1H, to Ml; on j ttnue Its cane.
lands at Gordon, with the understands?
that the lands wore to be located within
the Spade ranch enclosure. These pre- .
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"i -- "wr an nrNii,-u in un'
ofllce of Hoyt and Huntington at Gordon I
ofllce of Hoyt and Huntington at Gordon I
and, all the expenses were raid at this j
office. He told further the same old story
ocen shown any particular piece of land
as their special nronertv. The witness
WR8 tree to admit that at the time hl '
w. free to admit Hint of (ho fl,, h. 1
made his filing he did not Intend to live on I
the land, but merely male the entry for
what he could get out of It. which he
understood would be about $.i"0 when he j
made the final proof, and that the ranch i
people sionu roaiy to pay tnai sum ror the
1Bnu wnen unai prooi wns maae ana would :
ln the meanwhile pny all the exi.enses of
filing and visits from Igan, la., to the
'" """'" maae unai proor. ana j
..,.,, y .mpiow.iirius on tnt
innii 111 ine iiieanwnue.
The witness told of his second visit to
Gordon In April. :6, of his conference with
Hoyt and Huntington, the execution of the
grazing leases, and a second visit to his
alleged claim at the "twin windmills." As
at the first visit, all the expenses of the
trip were paid by Hull. Huntington nnd
Hoyt, and the witness and his comrade
associates were given their lease monoy
after the expenses were deducted. The
witnen never visited the land again, nor I
did he ever see it at any time.
Substantially the same evidence was given
by Alfred L. Tobin of Woodbine. Ia.,
Samuel M. Childs of Dunlap and 13. M.
MUlimnn of Ixgan, la., nil of whom were
George W. Guilford, an old soldier from J
Dunlap, was summoned to testify, but
owing to his having recently suffered a :
stroke of apoplexy he was excused from '
his evidence given at the Richards and
Comstock trial being accepted and read by
District Attorney Goss.
With the conclusion of the rending of
Gullford'B evidence an adjournment waa
taken to 9:30 Friday morning.
CATHOLIC BISHOPS ADJOURN
Hierarchy Takes Action on Number
of Matters Affecting; School of
! WASHINGTON. April 11. A number or
important mutters of interest to the Cath-
ou0 world were disposed of at the ecu-
eluding session here tonight of the Catho-
n0 n-eiarchy of America. Cardinal Gib-
plv8ideli and there were prvscnt Arch-
blahops Farley of New York, Moeller of desirable farms ranging from forty to 610
Cincinnati. Ireland of St. Paul, Keeno of ' acres that may be leased for a term of
Duhuquo, la,; Glenncn of St. Louis, Blenk trom one to five years. These farms com
of New Orleans, Messner of Milwaukee. Pr'e the best land ln the Uintah reseiva
WlllianiB of Loston and Kyan of Phlludcl- , tlon and are all located upon government
plila. irrigation canals. Lessees will be allowed
Ono of the important matters considered ! Pl"ce permanent Improvements on these
wns that looking to a more accurute enu- binds, to be accepted ln final settlement
mratlcn by the United States census bu- ln lleu of cash rental. The band of Utes
! reau of the Catholic population of the
' country. A conunittee consisting of Arch-
hl.hnn. l,.bnH U'oor.e Me.-mer filen.
non wa8 nrpolntpd to act ln conjuncUon
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M 1 1 II Llltl Ct'unilB n-Luia a, iiilti c
: accurate estimate of the number cf Cath-
1 oUcs. A petition was received from repre-
'....n., ef th nmf. of r-ti,iie
.hnni. iri. th. e,hi..ct t .rhieh
was to bring about a unification of college
curriculum so a to bring Into closer as-
relation parish and Catholic schools to
the Catholic unlveiolty. A committee .'""'''"; " .i run
s!ting of Archbishop, Farley, Meaner sod ' "fde, "nd makin a" ettort t0 l-
Blenk was appointed to meet a similar , thf'r Ianda for tnem 80 lhy may beco"e
committee from the various colleges and , , "?,PI! , . . . tl ...
seminaries to discuss the question of bring- I Apr?1 Proposals for furnishing 3S0.0O0
tng about a cloanr union between them. if"Und1" T T 1", ln,1connect'on. wlth,
.111 11 1 I L ' 1 ' I O ll,0 t , 1 C. ill.
eral contribution on the part of Catholics
i.,,u i.w . -vC ,u..u
The archbishops discussed the rellglmis
rites and rituals of various societies of the
country, and the committee having In
rhorn thla niiMIIrm Mrvrt tbat lh.
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I rU.ual an? '"
, only nomma' ana n,n 1,01 cr" ,ne rnem-
bo ,nt a 'V religious cult.
nonauon wns anrnmniea irom ratner
A H' Wnlbllr" of Cincinnati of m.OOO to-
wards the erectl, n of a rhair of Teutonic
In the flat hollo university, making the fund
for thnt Purpose 42,OcO. Announcement waa
mnd' ,hat a rPek "thugnlan bishop
should be appointed for that rite in the
United States to work ln unison with Rome
,"ld " be ""'""r WiP who Is to
have Jurisdiction over the people. . Father
Burke of New York was apr-Hnted secre-
uume or rew 1 otk was apr-nntea secre -
tary Ke"'ral "f the bureau of colored mi-
A "Irner In honT of the attend'ng arch-
bishops was g'ven by the rvip.il delegate,
. Monsiimor Falcnnio, and the guests In-
I eluded the Austrlr-n nmbrissador. Esme
Howard of the British embassy and others,
! CALHOUN IN SAN FRANCISCO
Head cf Street Raiiitay Company on
Gronnd and May Tell of
SAN FRANCISCO. April U.-Patrlck Cal
noun, iresiaeni 01 in.
houn, president of the United Railroads.
b" frora the ta"' a"rd.g
l ,h" Chrun"'U'- and' " ,d- h" u"
ihnrli.il th. si a t virion t that he wnnl.l si...
" . . .. ' . '
an interview in regaru lo me cnarges
aalrist the company of brlberv In
: ''"tcHon w ,h he t olU v f ranchlt " i"
' far llnce hit arrival he has been mute
on ,ne .ubject and has rocelved no callera
outside of business associates.
i Th'.a afternoon the grand Jury will re-
' gume ,,g ln,iulry )nto the Home telephone
.ffalra. The examination of Judge John
North yesterday, who waa the attorney of
i ti,e corporation at the time lt received th
franchise under question, did not throw
' any light on the case, but he will be re-
called by the prosecution.
axtortion will proceed thla morning,
,he "fmaUga et ror
GRAFT OF B1NGER HERMAN
When Oonrei!man lie Bequired Com
mittes Clerk to DiT.de Salary.
SU3SISTENCE PAY WHILE ON VACATION
Officials of Hanks la Wisconsin
Testify Regarding Payment of
Large Sams to Stephen A.
WASHINGTON. April U.-The exam.na-
tlon of Bingcr Hermann, which has occu
pied the last seven day of his trial on a
ch.irx'o of destroying public records, was
concluded today and the trial adjourned
Mr. lleimann admitted that he required
Mr. Robertson to divide his salary a-s
clerk to the committee on arid binds of
lha hAiic. ,f" r-r. i.rn.. r. 1 u , i .... it ivhli'h Mr
Hermann was chairman before he became
Hermann was chairman before he became
commissioner o tthe land otllce. He waa
alloweo. to explain that he took this money
'at the rate of i.i a day for subsistence dur-
',,10 .h r.f 1,1. ur,,,i ,.a,,jiinn tritM t,i
Omcnn .la n hlla l,a a.a ..ivnilnivKi iner
, . tri .
He explained that he combinevl business
with vacatl. n on .these trips.
Mr. Hermann said he had acquired 8.(
ares of land, instead of as was
previously stated, while he was receiver
of public moneys at the Kosebuig land
ptn,.0 in iT2. yOT thia iana he paid fl.iS
an Arr hold it h a "lupn nnd rattle much
for many y6arB an(1 thpn gold ,t for ,2 .,
cre Mr Worthlngton read the statute
,,roh, biting officers, clerks and empCoyee of
the general land office from acquiring land
of the government and contended that this
! did not apply to employes ln the govern
ment service outside the land office, such
as Mr. Hermann was at that time.
Charles Chaffee, president of the Wis
consin National bank of Hhynelander, Wis.,
and Henry Close, cashier of the Milwaukee
National bank of Milwaukee, testified for
th ' regarding the payment In ism
of . S' A D Puter. Mr. Chaffee
said his bank ordered payment to Puter
through the Milwaukee bank and Cashier
Close said his bank paid the amount by
draft on the First National bank of Chi
cago and that this draft was cashed by
the Continental National bank of Chicago.
n cross-examination Mr. Chaffee said he
Pam ru'.er in casn a tew nays neroro
th,? '9'0 payment was made. Puter had
testified that he got the two 11,000 billa
- - - ..-
from a Milwaukee bank, the money being
a part of this J9.000 transaction.
UTE LANDS ARE TO BE LEASED
Government Try ins; to Secure Some
Income for the Renegade
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
WASHINGTON, April 11. (Special Tele-
gram.)-.Tb 1V -move . -laJKio- . by ths
commissioner of Indian affairs ln an effort
to aid the Utes, especially those who lift
their reservation last fall and are now
domiciled at Fort Meade, S. D.. Is the prep
a ration of an advertisement which will be
Inserted In the leading newspapeis of the
western country, stating ithat upon the
Uintah Indian reservation kf the southern
Ctes In Utah there are many valuable and
lo 'hom most or this land helongs are
thos8 wno left the'r reservation and wan-
. dered about through Wyoming last fall
and were flnally rounded up and taken to
I Fort Meade. Thev do not desire to return
j to th"r t have expressed a
! wlah to .Bett.,e wl,n tbe 81ouK. ln 'ym'
1 leasing lands there from this tribe. Ne
' gotiatlons are now under way between the
1",,,an , uureu' lne uepanmeni ana
' cmel lul" "i ''" mier-
'!ited 88 to ,h? ProP'tlon. Meanwhile the
I be opened at Belle Fourche, S. D.
The vacancy ln the position of forest su-
; pervlsor of Medicine Bow, Crow Creek,
I ilium Martre natlonul forest In Wvem
1 ,ng caugea ,he resl(,naIlon of Super.
visor L. G. Davis is to be filled by the
appolritnl,nt of jegBe w. Nelson of the
'. .... .... . .. ..
Khoshone Olvlslcn or tne Yellowstone ni.
Uonal forest reserve.
clvU ,crA.k.e examination will be held
May , Bt Fremont. Neb., for clerk and car-
rlBr . the nostofflce service.
; postmatera appointed: Nebraska - Da-
koUl. Dakota county, John . Reanli vlce
E. M. Spencer, resigned. Iowa-Aspinwall
Crawford county, John R. Cavanaugh, vlc
c. j. Holling. resigned; Moscow. Mu.ca.
tln6 county. Elmer Haln, vlca C. S. Ham
-.i south rivnn-i,,.h.nnn pt,.
county Winifred Seymour, vice J.' J. Sey-
I Quy A. McDonald has been appointed
' Guy A. M.Donald has been appointed
j regular and John A. McDonald substitute
I rural carrier for route 1 at Center Junc-
j tlon, Ia.
; jj. A. Stoney of Omaha has been ap-
pointed engineer at Fort Omaha.
W. E. Hoffman of Sigourney, la., has
j been appointed copyist In the land office.
DENNISON SUIT AGAINST NEWS
Hearing of Big
The trial of the 50.0u0 libel suit brought
by Tom Dennlson against the Omaha Daily
News was begun yesterday afternoon be
fore Judge Katclle. No Jury had been se
cured when court adjourned at 6 o'clock
and apparently lt will require most of the
forenoon msslon to fill the oanel.
; --": , ...
; " J- onneii. wno i apiinariug mr irn-
n.son. I. being ...l.ted by Attorney Eagan
of I""". U.. who defended Dennlson In
the c there t" year a' w- R- Pat
, rick I. BJislsttng J. H. Van Duaen for the
I The ault grew out of tha publication, with
' comments, of tha speech delivered at the
' Auditorium by Elmer E. Thomaa. a flay
or so after the alleged dynamite ex-
' plosion at Thomas' house ln November,
19M. The auit waa filed ln December of
that year, but has never come to trial. It
that year, but has never come to trial,
la based on lha charge that tha arti
purporting to b a report of tha apch.
i to hlnw i
HERALD REMAINS AT LAMCNI
Latter Day alnt ote to Reballd
Printing Office at the Old
LAMONI. la., April 11 (Special Tele
gram. An excellent discourse bv F.lder
Wlll'sm F.. iJirue of Independence. Mi.
followed the usual morning prayer meeting '
nt the I. niter Pay Saints' general con- 1
ference at this place. The afternoon ses
sion of the sixth business day of the con
ference opened at 2 o'clock, with President
Joseph Smith presiding. This was the
afternoon upon which the momentous ones- '
tlon of the fut ire location of the Herald
otfice and the headquarters of the church !
was to be decided, the .matter having been
made a special order for 2 o'clock. As
early as noon people could be seen going
to the church, and long before the hour for
opening every available space wns occu
pied, the vestibules, galleries and door
ways being crowded, scores going away
falling to gain entrance. This shows the
keenness of the Interest In these problems,
probably the greatest which has confronted I
the reorganization for years.
A resolution wns presented similar to the
one tai led yesterday In regard to secret
noi letles. S' vernl speeches were made !n '
wmcn consMcrnnie reeling was manifest,
Patriarch Joseph tt. Iimtert charged that
the influeine of the secret order haa crept
Into the church government and that the
vote upon Important questions has been
swayed by that Influence. President Smith
most vigorously and emphatically res-nte,!
the Imputation insofar as It might affect
any quorum to which he belongs. Dcbnte
upon this topic wns cut off by the approach
of tie hour for the special business of tha
a f tcrnoon.
An Imposing committee of citizens com-
,u, .. vi .W1.H..111 .U.-.U.. SS men was pr. s- ttl appeal allocs are hopelessly at act.
ent. and was accorded the privileges of . jUR,1(.e Fitzgerald has not given up hop.,
the floor The afternoon's Interesting de- I of liavin)? a verdict rendered. As yet
bnte resulted In a tesohitlon to rebuild the Demlng H. Smith, foreman of the Jury, has
Herald office and book bindery at Lamonl, j Ilot complained to the court that the Jurors
which resolution was passed by a rising nre unHblo to reach a decision, and until
unanlmoi.s vote. The subscription and ; he doP!( BO lt ls no, UMy ,hat JuWc
pledge of the citizens' committee of almost 'Fitzgerald will discharge them. The gen
HfUKO was accepted by the church. j pra, mp.r.,ori prevails tnat if they are
Elder T. W. Williams of Los Angeles, unable to agree at tho expiration of forty.
cai., was tne speaKer tins evening.
BUTCHERS TO MAKE DEMANDS
rncUlnar Honse Employes In Several
Cities Will Ask Increase
CHICAGO. April 11. Butcher workmen,
who tied up the meat cutting Industry
throughout the country In 1904, and who
finally suffered defeat ln the struggle,
have been organizing for several months
and lt ls said are about to present de
mands to the packers.
It is said the packing butchers In South
Omulia Trnat fir Ttnla St li,..nh arA in i '
. ... , . . ,.' .. . . news that they would have to pasa another
a certain extent In Kansas City and St. ' . . , , . , .
Paul are Joined with the Chicago butchers n," d"bt "
in tho movement. A meeting of the Amal- wllh kpen "PP"ntment.
gamated Meat Cutters and Butcher Work- I Two Call for Information,
men of America Is to be held In New York I Twice during the day the twelve men
April i-i to fix a date for concerted action ' 'ho took ,nelr P1"" ,n the Jury box moro
in presenting the demands. j "' two montha and a half ago. filed intv
Joseph A. Masterson of New York, aec I the court room and asked the court a a
ond vice president of the nntchera' organl- ! ltance ln an endeavor to bring about an
satlon. is In Chicago conferring with Pres. ' agreement.
' idea Michael Donneily. -Mr. Donnelly wild ' .They appeared wan and haggard aftur
tonight that the butchers' union was In ! wrangling through all of last night ln the
I better shape now than at any time since """y little conference room at the criminal
i the big strike. At that time the union court's building with only hard chairs and
I was almost completely disorganized on ac- on0 lon" ,ttbin Provided for their comfort,
i count of the dissatisfaction among its The Jurors wanted to hear again the evl
. members over the terms of settlement, but dpn,e of numerous eye-witnerises to the
j according to Mr. Donnelly three-fourths of tragedy. They wanted to hear what Dr.
the' skilled butchers employed bv the pack-
ers have again Joined forces. Mr. Donnelly
declined to state the demands that will be
made on the employers.
CIL CASE EVIDENCE ENDS
Taking- of Testimony In Salt Again!
Indiana Rockefeller Company
CHICAGO. April ll.-Tak!ng of testimony
ln the caie of the Standard Oil company
of Indiana, charged with rebating, was
V S Holland chief rlerk In the n.l
freight office of the Chicago & Alton Rail- certain portions of the summing up ad
way company, whose testimony was In Are" by Jnl'ln M' r'ln",B be road Ju"
the nature of rebuttal on the part of tho tlce Fltaijcralfl called a halt. He admon
government, was the final witness. His lBh,d ,hj J,'ror" ,,m they w,et ,0 b
...,imv differed from .b.. .f n- r.. ""'V bV h "vldence and were not
gardus, traffic manager of the Standarl
Oil company, who testified for the defense.
Th. point of difference waa as to whether , d,fenaant on gevral occaalonfc
Bogardus had been Informed by Hollands rMr pf)Be was to choer nlm, ,iut h
that the 6-cent oil rite had been filed, with nrpeBred by far ih, most cheerful of the
the Interstate Commerce commission. . Thaw's confident air never leave,
AUSTIN. Tex . April ll.-Judge V.. L. ! ,,lm ,or ftny grMt rngth of time and a
Brooks. In the twenty-sixth district of , nunyancy of .pint Is nearly always ap
Texas. has entered an order ln the case parent.
of Texas against the Waters-Pierce com- Mnny Hnmor nn.l Gnea.e.
pany, the application for which was made I There were all sorts of rumor ard
by Attorney General Davldnon, appointing KUeBsea In the air today as to how tha
Frederick B. Sanborn of New York a a jury stood. There were more different re
speclal commission to take testimony in prts as to the results of the ballot- than
this case. The order gives the special com- there could p.slliy have been tuft votee
mlssloner power to summon witnesses, com- ; taken. None had any degree or au
pel attendance and punish for contempt, ' thentlelty. Some were uttered In Jest by
no ..-. prominent figures connected with the trial.
MRS. SMITH KILLS HERSELF ;and occasionally these were taken In
Wife of Former I'nlon Pacific Ofilclal
Commit Snlclde In Chicago
CHICAGO, April 11. The dead body of
Mrs. Sylvester T. Smith, wife of a wealthy
retired railroad official, was found today m , a 6tilrtimg familiarity with the .vi
lli Lake Michigan at the foot of Forty- dHllc0i ani lhl. testimony they dealied to
seventh stnet. She is believed to have hcHr n?nlr, t,Ven 1u.t by
commltttd suicide by Jumping Into the lake ,,erS..n. v ho were not referr. d to In tho
while temporarily insane. Mrs. Smith is BU.n.1!lr3 up ,,; hrs cf . Ither Mr. Delmaj
aald to have suffered from dementia Pr Dlr.et Attorney Jeiome.
since the death of her mother recently. From inr,r wh( ri the Jurori
Mi'. Smith, the husband of the woman. : wishrd to go over the evidence ln all ltd
was formerly superintendent of the Union ,.otall lt wni( BUrfi'sMl that a verdict. If
Pacific railroad, man-ger of the Denver ,-eachcd lit nil. is culd b- predicated entirely
& Rio Grande railroad and president of the 0 thp evidene and i,ot on the "unwritten
Florence & Cripple Creek railroad. H i,tw
waa prostrated by the suicide. A c roner's Jit;. e FIUki rr.ld si-cnt the entire even-
Jury returned a verdict of suicide.
PRESIDENT DECLINES TO TALK
thief Executive Make Xo Comment
on Remark of John
WASHINGTON. April 11. -President
Roosevelt ti.lav declined nil the m.n..
rviucxts to make son, comment for nub-
llcntlon on the declaration made bv .loin
Temple Grave of Georgia, at the Bryan
anniversary club banquet at Chattanooga
last night, that Mr. Bryan should at th
forthroinlr g demorrutlc national convention
nominate President Roosevelt for another
Telegrapher' salnrle Hlifher.
CINCINNATI. April 11. -Through an
aifi eri.eul announced today 'Sib tc-lt-ij.
ruiii.er. Including every operator on u i
Cincinnati, Hamilton Dayton rallro.d.
will receive increases in salarlvs runln
from 6 to D pur cent, according to present
positions. Tha ag'emnt waa th r.ault
of tho conferrno b-twn tho railroad of.
lUlala and a ouuunUt of U. Ulaarauoara.
THAW JURY STILL OUT
Fanel ii Locked Up for thi cVconl Niirht
at 11(43 O'clock.
JUDGE STILL H0PS FOR A VtRDXT
Thirtj-One Form' D-lileration re With
out Apparent Result.
JURORS ASK FOR FURTHER INSTRUCTIONS
Part of Charee and a u.i h of the Evidence
Bead to 1 h m.
EXHIBITS ARE SEN I TO JURY ROOM
l.ontt Wnlt filves Klse to Many Rnmnra
of Mnniliny of Jn rj lie fencl
j nut's Family In Court
NEW YORK, April 11. nellera1 Ion of
j thltty-nne hours by the Thaw Jury has
failed to result in a verdict. At 11:10 o'clock
tonight the Jury was ordered locked up
f,,r a second night at the criminal courts
building The fact that the Jurors have
not iH.on able to agree after devoting so
nn,cn tn,e to a study and discussion of
(,e ,.,, i,Ha KVei"i rise to the belief thai
the trial will end in a disagreement and
tho whole affair will hnve to be gone over
Although the twelve men have thus far
failed to reach a common opinion and to
eight hours they will be released from
further service. The fact, however, that
no Intimation has been received from the
Jury room that the men are unable to
agree has lieen construed by many who
have followed the proceedings as an Indi
cation that a verdict will eventually be
The mother, wife and the two sisters nnd
brothers of the defendant were In the
criminal courts building up to the last
minute, and when lt was flnnlly announced
that the Jury had been locked up over night
! and there was no longer any prospect of
a verdict before tomorrow, they returned
to their hotel crestfallen. They had hoped
and looked for a decision today and the
Allan JlcUne Mammon nau i.een anoweu
testify to as to Thaw's condition tho
n8ht of tne tragedy, and what Evelyn
: Nesblt Thaw naa sum as in ner nu.ii.ini a
conduct that evening; tney wantea to neur
! crilZ ITJ1
several portions of Justice Fitzgerald's
charge once more and finally asked per
mission to take possession of the writings
of Thaw lntorduced in the trial, to Indl-
j cate his state of mind when he heard the
atory of Evelyn Nesblfs wrongs at the.
hands of the man who was to become his
victim. All these requests were granted by
the court, but when Foreman Demlng B.
Smith, on behalf of the Jury, asked that
entitled to hear again the closing speeches
of the lawyers.
Harry Thaw's family remained at tue
.n.t hn,!.k i.ntlt lain In lh niirht ThoV
deally earnest by per sons who overheard
thorn. Tho action of the Jury in twice
going before Justice Fitzgerald t.o hava
certa'n portions of the teaUmojiy read
cauiied much speculation, lt eeemtd evident
thiit the Jury's deliberations were hinging
on the question of the sanity or Insanity
of tbe defenriniit The turors tthowed al-
ling in his chambers awulth.g the pleasure
! of the Jurors.
Newspaper ir.cn called at tne Tombs early
toi.ay ani s.nt a u.e.-a0-e to Hurry Thaw
cell ark : iin low ho Kit. He said he was
I (till confident and hi pefi.l of u t j'.oiublo
'outcome. It was uaiJ tr.jt '1 haw hud a
: ''od n;fiht re!l af"'r returning to his
cll shortly before midnight.
t u !',:: ' " '" ""a Uu' rr'!'h anJ
, tbe '" v culled mto the court room
I A minute laf r an olli.er wu sent t the
Tombs t ItIiik Thiw to the c .uit room.
The Jury asked Justice Fitzgerald to b
allowed to examine tbe following exhibits;
Pl.in of Mudlnoii S'luare P. of tiarjen.
The letterit from T!.:iw to Attorney Long
fellow. The 'lhi will and codicil.
The OitchIi ck le t. r.
Ilnms hvi' ilet . -il question.
Jeron'e's byrnt l.e'.cal ou'-inm.
The Jury also asked to have the festl
mnny of Meyer Cohen, on of the eye-
j witnesses for the people, read to them,
juattoa Fittgerald ordered It read,
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