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8 TDE BAXJSIjASM THIBTHSTE: WEDNESDAY MOEOT2s"G-3 jAmJAKT" 27, 1904. 1
THAT PANAMA REVOLT
H i Senator Stone ef Missouri
CANAL TREATY UP AGAIN
H House Still on Urgont Beffci
H Representatives Williams and Boutell
j Enliveu Matters by n Politi-
H cal Tilt at Arms.
Washington, Jan. 20. The time of the
I' Semite today was again divided be-
j l ween consideration of the Panama
: question and other subjects. There was
, only one speech on the canal and it was
made by Mr. Stone of Missouri, ivho
"poke to a resolution directing' the Sen
ate Committee on Foreign Relations to
make an Investigation Into the Panama
lovolt. He contended that the circum
stances indicated complicity on the part
of the United States In the secession of
Panama and urged that in the interest
of the country's good name all the facts
i hould be known.
I Mr. ITeybum of Idaho mode his first
speech In the Senate In support of a
'pHjiutlon introduced by himself pro
hibiting railroad companies from ta
king up lond In a. solid body In lieu of
l.ind in forest reservations.
The resolution went over.
1 The resolution presented yesterday by
1 Mr. Tillman asking for Information
from the Secretary of War concerning
the appointment of Gen. Wood and
other army officers was taken up and
passed without debate.
A number of bills were passed, Includ
ing one for the construction of a me
morial bridge acro.is the Potomac river
from Washington to the Arlington cs
lite, to cost .OOO.OOO; also 137 private
pension bills and bills for relief from
The Senate at 5:0S went into executive
session and at 5.11 p. m. adjourned.
II IN THE HOUSE.
Boutell and Williams Exchange
I ' Washington, Jan. '20. Mr. Boutell
I rrtep. III.) addressed the House for
nearly two hours today in a reply to
II statements made by Mr. Williams of
) ' Mississippi, the minority leader, on his
"Stand Pat" speech of a few days ago;
Mi'- Williams in turn replied to Mr
i , Hon tell.
l. Te House had under consideration
I it the time the urgent dehciency bill.
J Mr. Boutell received close attention of
f both eides of the chamber, and when
he spoke of the- passing of the last trace
) of bitterness between the North and the
I . . outh he was loudly applauded on both
Mr. Boutell was humorous and crave
pathetic and poetic.
Mr. Williams; In his reply, was llke
, ilse humorous.
lUfcrring to the Philippines-, he said:
If that is another thing you want to
stand pat on. stand pat, then, on your
ui'-American, old Kuropean-army-lr.mtary-camp,
grab nation policy of an
When Mr. Boutell had concluded Mr.
A Illlams crossed over and shook hands
Mlth him. Mr.- Boutell returning the
compliment when Mi-. Williams had
A resolution calling on the Postmaster-General
for Information relative
to the- number of carriages 'maintained
"y the Government for the Pos-tofflce
t (lenarlmont woe .
I debate. lmcu
A PEW FIGURES.
Before Mr. Boutell began speaking
Mi . Hemc-nway nulled attention to
the fact that If all the recommendations
to the committee were followed the ap
propriations will create a defleicncv in
the treasury of S42.000.000, In the bills
Ihus far passed the estimates have been
cut a little over" ?7,000.000, and that ratio
nould reduce the estimates only $1".
000,000 thus leaving a deficit of $3O.O0o'
000. He urged the necessity of paring
and cutting, saying that if this Con
gress did as well as the Inst the esti
mates would be cut $20.000.000.,
In explaining the Item of $1-15,000 for
mileage for Senators and Represent.-! -Uvea,
being -JO cents per mile, to pay
their expense of attending the extra and
present session. Mr. Hemeiiway said
that the committee simply had followed
precedent established In the Flftv-thlrd
-r.a Fifty-fifth Congresses
Mr. Boutell. (111.) replying to state
, ; ments made by Mr. Williams (Miss.)
a lew days ago on protection, evoked
laughter by likening the Democratic
i party to characters in Blbllcnl history
1 r.nd, speaking of Mr. Bryan's trip to
Tsurope, said he- got an inspiration from
Mr, Croker and brought back an Idea.
BRYAN STJLL IN THIS RING.
"You still have got William Jennings
Bryan to reckon with," he declared ad
c'roBgliig himself to tht minority side
adding that he again would plav the
part of Nebuchadnezzar or the part of
Sampson, and charged the Democrats
to f,ee that he did not pull down the
pillar of their house and again brlnq
thorn into the position of idolatora
Mr. Boutell read a largo number of
extracts from Southern newspapers to
.how that prosperity has prevailed
, throughout the South. He said It was
a story of great prosperity with pros
pects of a still brighter year. He aid
not claim that this was due to protec
tion, but said tho Dlngloy act was the
wisest and most beneficlent measure
ever placed on the statute books. He
i rald he was glad he had lived to nee
I the time when the lust trace of bitter
ness between the North and South had
' passed away.
. Mr. Williams, the minority leader, re-
I plied to Mr. Boutell. eaylng that he
( was glad there was not a line of cus
tom-houses along the Potomac and
along the Ohio to protect one side
; ngalnat the other. He tusked if a
stronger word than "impetuous" had
, ( , been used In referring to the President
, -n answer to a question by Mr
O wSL J3 JP O 3tt X -
. Beam tho j The Kind You Hata Always Bought
Boutell, Mr. Williams announced him
self most positively on the silver ques
tion. "Conditions are such that tho silver
question has been relegated to the rear,"
ho declared, amid continued,. Democratic
Mr. Wllllamp explained' that he was
fpeaklng simply an the representative
of the eighth Mississippi district and
for himself alone.
At 5:47 p.- m. the House adjourned un
SLUMP IN SUGAR PRICES.
Staple Goes Down Pivo Cents In New
York and Ten Cents in
Advices from New York suite that all
grades of refined sugar wcro reduced by
Iho trust C cents per hundred pounds yes
terday. This reduction has been doubled
here. The prlci of siiKar In the local mar
kets was dropped 10 cents per hundred
pounds. Instructions received In this city
lute InBt nlnhl from San FranclHCO ordered
a reduction of 10 cei.ts and tho Jobbing
price will bo fixed at J5.S0, less II) cents for
cash or ten duyp.
TRIES BERTILLON PLAN
Utah Pen Introduces Great
SCHEME T0CATCH CRIMINALS
Thomas 0'Donnell the First
Something: of the Way in Which
Hccord Is Kept of Wroner-Doers
by Prison Officials iu -France.
Tho Berllllon systom of measuring
criminals, which Is largely rcspouolble for
tho conviction of Capt. Dreyfus of the
French army, who was accused of hav
ing betrayed state secrets to Germany,
has been adopted at the State peniten
tiary and has Just been installed at that
Institution. It has met with the approval
of the prison officials, who declare it to
be the most perfect system ever pre
In the future each prisoner who enters
the penitentiary will bo measured mi
nutely according to tho system and the
measurements preserved. In case ho is
released or escapes and is again wanted,
the measurements are forwarded to tho
police officers In every cltv and town In
tho country. It Is suld to be even more
accurate than mclo photographs or anv
other device for Identifying criminals that
bas been devised.
The system was bcun at the prison a
few days iiko. Thomas O'Donnell, pris
oner No. ICijO, was tho first to bo mea
sured. ODonnell was sent up from Salt
Lake for the crlmo of burglary. He was
sentenced to ono year in the State prison.
Tho use of anthropometrleal data for
the Identification of criminals was com
menced In Paris In 1SS2, on a plan sug
gested by Alphone. Bertlllon. and Is cm
ployed In connection with a number of
photographs of the criminals. These pho
tographs are divided Into groups, accord
ing to the size of the head, the height,
the length of the middle finger of the left
hand, the length of tho foot, the length
of tho forearm, etc.
These details, in connection with tho
sex and tho color of tho eyes, form CTOups
so small that for any suspected Individ
ual there will be only five or six photo
graphs to examine to determine whether
ho Is among the number.
In the United Slates army the Identifi
cation of deserters Is effected by cards
grouped togather according to tattoo
marks, vaccination marks and other scars,
together with the color of the eyes and
hair, and the height
A photographer's camera and the other
... ....o nvi.cooui.1 iui nit; usi! uv me sys
tem have been Installed at the peniten
tiary Guard Andrew Ure uses the cam
era In takin- likenesses of the criminals
who are sent to tho penitentiary. 'Co
system has been adopted bv the pollco
in many larcc cities and is considered
satisfactory In most all Instances.
Detectives especially regard the system
as helpful In capturing criminals. With
the average pollco officer In most cities,
however, the Identification cards of the
Bertlllon system might be mistaken for
a map of tho Philippine islands.
I For Over Fifty Years.
I An old and well-tried remedy. Mrs.
Winslow's Soothing Syrup has been
used for over fifty years by millions of
mothers for their children while teeth- !
Ing, with perfect success. It soothes
the child, softens the gums, allays all
pain, cures wind colic and Is the best
remedy for diarrhoea. Sold by drug
gists in every part of the world. Be
sure and ask for Mrs. Winslow's Sooth
Auto-Boat for tho Kaiser.
Bristol, R. I.. Jan, 26. An automobile
boat for the German Emperor, designed
by Charles F. Horreshoff, win be built
by a company here. Several boats now
under construction have been examined
by the designer.
French Statesman Dead.
Paris, Jan. 20. Senator Ernlle Descha
v,01, ,ather of Tuul Deschanel, former
President of the Chamber of Deputies,
died today, aged 5 years.
- ' -
The "Ladies' Aid" of the First Con
gregational church hold a rummage
sale in the church parlors, -1th E. and
1st So., Thursday. Jan. 2Sth.
VIICE FROM THE BULL-PEN,
Attorney John Iff. Glover, Who Is a
Military Prisoner at Cripple
Creek Writes a Letter.
Denver, Jan, SC. John M. Glover, for
mer Congressman from Missouri, who In
a prisoner in the military bullpen at Crip.
imhnS' ln l0Uer to tno Denver Times.
!rjhnh0 rccc,lvcd Jn a fight with tho sol
Kin' L nt 1 ',lpo, has necn neglected
and i,nWafl1l0Ck,ep' 0, January 15th.
anrt tlint the inflammation resulting
abfc ualn!''COnEtttnL Und aIn,08t unendur-
WrirtAnni-"r!!f,d Jncommunlcado." Glover
n inn,f,s ,uncxPectcd turn has made
forT wrU Vmm to a"iw to apnlj
lor a writ, i -will never be released nn
matter what Informations are to C flled
undl a writ Is Bought," '
WHILE OTHERS FREEZE
Weather Observer Proves
Zion a Health Resert.
The many people who declared that
Monday night was the coldest night In
the year were mistaken. Weather Ob
server Hyatt evidently found an un
locked coalhouse In his neighborhood,
for he stated yesterday that It was not
bo very cold. He was obliged to con
cede, however, that It was next to tho
coldest day of the winter, the thermom
eter registering 8 degrees above zero
at fi:30 o'clock In the morning. Thus
far the night of Jnnunry 20th holds the
record o.s the coldest night of tho sea
son, the minimum temperature of 7 de
grees being reached early in the even
ing. Warmer temperature and unsettled
weather were the predictions yester
day. The Government has kindly fur
nished the doctor with a book, giv
ing th6 weather signs of all ages and oil
peoples, so wo may now approach his
predictions' with a greater degree of
confidence. Here are some of the signs
applicable especially to Salt Lake:
"A horizontal streak or band of
clouda immediately In front of tho
mountains on the east side of Salt Lake
valley Is an Indication of rain within
one or two days. When black clouds
cover the western horizon rain will fol
low soon and extend to the eastward
over the valley."
An old rhyme says:
If St. Paul's (Jan. 23) Is bright and clear.
Ono does hope a good year
Monday was St. Paul's day, so we do
not get much encouragement from the
A Salt Lake county man who has been
experimenting with a dry goods box
and a carpenters' square has written to
Dr. Hyatt that the latitude and altitude
of Salt Lake as given In the Govern
ment reports, Is all wrong, so tho di
rector will be so busy moving and rais
ing the city during the next three or
four days that ho will be compelled to
let tho weather shift for Itself.
FEAST OF FRATERNITY
Delightful Banquet Given by
Myrtle Lodge, K. of P.
A delightful spread was that placed be
fore Myrllo lodge No. 1. Knights or Py
thias, and Its friends at tho castle hall
last evening. Tho banquet was given In
honor of the twenty or more new mem
bers who have been lnltiuted Into Myrtlo
lodge during the past month. Covers were
laid for 130 guests, and accommodations,
were provided for still more members of
the order who dropped In during the even
ing. Tho menu was most appetizing and
the long tables presontcd a charming ap
pearance. Tho hostilities be.iau when C. J. McNItt
introduced Fisher Harris as toastmaster.
Airy pcrslflago and scintillating wit kept
'the hall In an uproar until the midnight
hour. The best of the after-dinner
speeches was that delivered bv Grand
Chancellor H N. Standlsh on "Pythlan
Ism." In which he defined tho noble pur
poses of the order and spoke of the strides
it Is now inaklnp In Utah. Grand Master-at-Arms
L. H . Karnsworth convevod the
Interesting Information that Mvrtle lodge
was organized In 1S73, a fact which was
not generally known even to Its membors
There are now four Pythian lodges In
the city, all doing a grand work for the
prlnclpleo of tho Order Universal
To Ogden, Jan. 17th.
Special train leaves D. & R. G. depot
at 7.30 p. m Returning leaves Ogden
after the ball. Fare f 1.00 for the round
trip. Everybody invited.
SOLDIERS VS. STUDENTS.
Interesting- Game of Indoor Baseball
The University Freshmen and ther
Twenty-second Battery from Fort Doug
Las will meet In an Indoor baseball gamo
'il ?, 'cjoc,k this afternoon In the armory.
Both of these teams hnvo good records,
and tho game promises to be an Interest
ing one. Tho Freshmen have played a
number of games this season and have
only suffered ono defeat, that being from
tho Signal Corps champions. The Sol
diers have as jet a clean record and arc
determined to win If possible. They aro
the undisputed fort champions and have
defeated several town teams.
Get Ready for Spring.
Milwaukee. Jan. 2,-The Dally News to
Charter members of the American Base
ball association yesterdnv signed an
agreement, it Is officially announced todav
by President Dalo Gear of the Kansas
City club, tho points of which aro as
Tho flvc-chartor clubs In the associa
tion agrco to remain In tho organization
during tho llfo of the franchise; ",ZJU011
Four association teams will not consoli
date with four Bastcrn Icarus clubs
1-our association teams will not consoli
date with four Western league clubs. A
St Raul, Minneapolis. Kansas City and
Milwaukee will not be dropped from tho
American association for at least eicht
year. Tho Bignors of tho agreement arc
Milwaukee, St. Paul. Louisville, Indianap
olis and Kansas City. '
Inning- for Long Shots.
Los Angolcs. Cal., Jan. 2C Long shots
hnd another Inning at Ascot today, ami .
but one favorlto got firot money. Au-
BR. 0BELL BADLY HURT.
: Is Thrown From His Sleigh and Has
His Right Collar Bono
Assistant County Physician Dr. O. T
Odfll was tho victim of a sleighing accl
I dent yesterday In which ho sustained a
badly broken collarbono and numerous
other bruises and a general shaking up.
Thc doctor. In company with J B. Moro
ton, former clerk of tho Board of Edu
cation, wits driving along blast First South
street when, at tho intersection of Second
East street, ono of tho runners of the
sleigh caught In the street-car track and
the occupants wore thrown from the cut
tor. The olelgh foil upon tho two mon
and Iho horse kicked up his heels and
commenced to run. Both men wro
drogged sonic distance before they man
aged to extricate thumsolvos from their
plight. Dr. Odell found that ho hod bro
ken his rlsht collarbone, and. although
Mr. Moreton did not fore so III, ho was
Iwully bruised up. Tho horso made a big
detour and wj'h last seen running In tho
vicinity of Seventh West, so the doctor
was Informed I (Mil niKht.
The Grass Creek Coal company at
Coalville, Utah. Is advertising for coal
BIG WEST SIDE DEAL
Covey Investment Company
Makes Important Move.
SECURES A VALUABLE LOT
Will Erect $75,000 Worth of
Fine Terraces and Court Part oi thc
Scheme Deal tho Outcome of
Depot and Shop Plans. .
An Indication that SalL Lake's boom is
a fact, and a very substantial fact, is
found In thc transfer of a large plot of
land on West Third South to tho Covey
Investment company by Glen R. Both
well. It Is 12x20 rods, between First and
Second West, and tho prlco paid was $11.- i
250, In cash. A. RIchter put the deal I
Tho Covey Investment company will
spend In the neighborhood of $75,000 In I
Improving tho property. They anticipate 1
putting up a row of terraces on Third 1
South and running a court buck, with a j
row of houses on either side. This would I
give between thirty and forty apartments
convenient to the business part of the city i
and tho railroad yards.
It Is understood that the Rio Grande's
Intention to put big. yards close to this
section had a good d.al to do with tin
purchase The terraces and court would
be convenient for the railroad men of the
yards, and It was largely with this In
view that the Investment was made. It
Is- tho first big real estate deal that has
como out of the depot schemes, but It Is
rumored that there are others.
Mr. Coev, when soon lust night, veri
fied the story of the purchnso and the In
tention to build, but said that ho had no
Idea who would do the work and muldn't
say anything about tho plans He said
the lot would be made to resemble Dubol's
court on Second South. The company
was Incorporated yestordav with five
members and a capital of S100.COO.
Through to the East on the Keystone
Solid train of library-smoking car.
sleeping cars and vestlbuled coaches SL
Louis to New York over Vnndalia
Pcnnsylvanla Lines leaves St. Louis
dally nt S. 14 a. in., arrives New York o
o'clock p. m. next day. Tickets via
Washington to Philadelphia and New
York at same fares as direct route. Get
details from J. M. Chesbrough. A. G. P.
Apt., S03 Century Building, St. Louis.
IN THE WORLD OF SPORT :
tvmn Time took the first race at 10 to
1 from Jlnglcr, May Spring third There
wero lourteen horses in the race and
the start was bad Dr. Bernas, the red
hot favorite, failed to get up to the front
at any siago. Brown Studv won the 2-year-old
dash from Azellna. the favorite.
Bishop Poole third. Brown Studv cov
ered the three furlongs in seconds
lowering the track record bv a quartcr
of a second. Weather fine, track i?ood
Disaster for Favorites.
San Francisco, Jan L'0. Favorites met
with disaster at Oakland todav. Mv
Surprlso was the only one to land, and
she closed equal choice with Puss-ln-Boots.
The feuturc was tho mile and u
sixteenth race, in which somo eleer per
formers met. Stuyvo whs the favorite,
but failed to get any of tho monev. Men
don, a 3-year-old, finished strong hnd won
by a. head from Soothsayer, while Jockey
Club was third. Atwood. well played bv
ctablo connections, took the seven fur
long race. He was bid up from JS00 to
3120U. but was retained. Sad Sam was
regarded as a good thing In the Inst race,
but Jane Holly, an S to 1 chance, beat
him In a. drive.
"Will Fight Against Hockey.
Now York. Jan. 2C Fifteen cities wcro
represented at tho annunl meeting of the
National Amateur Skating association
Just held In Brooklyn. It was decided
Jo make war on the Amateur Hockov
league next year, in an orfort to securo
control of the game. The object will bo
to make the hockey championship next
year national instead of an Intercity com
petition as It now Is. The following offi
cers were chosen for the year; Presi
dent. Harry 13, Burmeyer, New York Ath
lotlc club; vice-president, Jerome Klrsh
Missouri Amateur Athletic association5
secretary and treasurer, Francis M
Clarke. Mount A-onion Skating association,
ljEST FOR THE BOWELS "Jf
Catarrh is not only a most disgusting and offensive $ fc'
malady, but when allowed to continue, becomes coustitu- USr'1!
tioiml. The foul secretion and mucous matter arc jtf&V&a
absorbed into the blood, and thc whole system becomes pA'iy, "'5kK
infected with the catarrhal poison, and can't be reached
by inhalations, sprays, washes, powders and salves. Only M
a remedy that enters into the circulation and cleanses and W''A$P
purifies thc polluted blood, can cure Catarrh after it gets 5
to be chrome. It is a disease Gcntlomon. z hnd 0atan.u for ftbfmt flftcon
that attacks the membranes y0arc, and no ono could havo boon worso. X triod
and delicate coverings of all ovorythtntrlcould hoar of, buc no good roaulted.
aua aeucaic covenn a ui ai x thQ bQfran s3tSM and o0uld sou a httlo i ra
the bodily organs. It IS not prov0mont irom tho first nottlo. and aftor taking
"onfinedtothehead nose and it a short whilo wp,i ourod. Thin wcd six yoara
oniinea to tuc. iie.au, uusc. uuu I am Qg to.day a3 any man i think
throat, but the Stomach, bov,- catarrh is a blood dinonao, and know thero io
p1q Vidnpvs bladder and nothing on earth bettor for tho blood than S. S. S.
t' KianTys m , i , " Nobody thinks moro of S. S. 3. than I do.
other parts of the body are rch. M. mats on.
liable to become involved.
The catarrhal poison pollutes the blood, and through the circulation contam
inates every organ, membrane and tissue of the bodr. Catarrh affects the
S sr. general health, injures thc digestion, upsets the stom
I (fE ac' dcstro3rs the appetite, produces nausea and other
iuiscrablc symptoms. S. S. S. reaches it through the
) fcwJ b" blood, goes into thc circulation and drives out all
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torn blanko und wo nlll Kladly advlsoyou xogBgw'ul auU frco iJ
UHb, oHORhS & SHORES, Expert Specialists, 6GVVduhcfr;vUf3h.
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j Brueh! & Franftl
Southeast Corner mh M
6h Third South sieSjl
W AGENTS PORLjQrjoJli
fci Our shop Is not a stotjji
II It a an cxchanee-chaDstard
ft inb' for cash. Emhra PflS
portunlty to save au&w
spendinc; It here.
3 Clothiers and Gents' FsnjA
E 27 South I
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1 Phoae Us m
Cor. Opposite Post 02
t Our Cold Tablets Anft
I Good 25 cents a bcxE
h The"rc Is that much
Yl least, in buyiup; your hnH,gl
& Besides that, we arc n010?
Pi to any ono style. We.4jtl
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fj Hats, 51.00. 52.00, 53.W. WR
fi Already shovslng sprlnf
x If you buy hats here Jv-.MIJ
hat troubles and hat Jo5j:
Rowe & 1
132 Main S
One Price IK,
i Plain Figures.
259 So. Main M
and Diamond K
Vo will sell anything In 'JHfc
the very lowest. Prices nouwm,
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Just como and sec t0LitCfitm
Our workshop Is the Dion JL
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