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TODAY Local snow, and coldor.
rxTN'o. 69. Salt Irakis Oitt, Utah, Thursday MjomnirG, December 22, 1904-. 14 phges.five cent.
lial Washiogton in
.Glover Becomes Bride
f Minister From The
jfeident-Elect and Mrs. Fair
gjad Other Distinguished
Karwi Van Swlndcrcn, the
grfjnlntoter, and Miss Elizabeth
gSr.the only daughter of Mr
?Sr a a Glover, were married at
s In the church of the Epl-
HRr Rov Honr YatC3 ScUter
, of Washington, tho rector of
& Rev. D. McKlm. reading the
ffc ceremony the wedding guests
at breakfast at the pal
KfS Mr. and Mrs. Glover on
lrtMM Ofllclal Washington
tfdlns in full force.
tteat wcro Count Adam Do
L1! Hultfeld of Denmark, Count
PifctaC SUrum and Baron Van
fitoonkerken of Holland L Maj.
ETl McCawloy of the Marine
EWlttr Van Renseolaor Berry and
tv. TVilfoa. , . ,
iHirrtr. Mrs. Rcosovelt's sccro
tSffii ot honor The brido
b'i tt man was Baron Moncheur,
fato embassadors were presont
S fiwptlon of Count Casalnt. the
iu tatit3dor, who Is indisposed.
tit entire diplomatic corps wan
ctzy'ot State and Mrs. Hay ar
irtlrbtforo noon and wero Riven
ill tii front of tho church. Secro
lefWirand Mrs. Taft. secretary of
"Sirricd Miss Morton, and Sona
tel Mr?. Fairbanks also were as
t! in the middle aisle,
k'ttath ras beautifully decorated
fcj chrysanthemums, bride roses,
ked BlJta of tho valley.
lEiiiitr and his brldo left Wash
Bb Ibi s.fternoon for a brief, wed-tf
BGEANCE FOR MURDERS,
Ask Committee Formed in
Miern Part of Minnesota,
ttSTH, Minn., Dec, 21. Incensed
ci hrja number of murders and
iSa till have been committed late
Ifjb&u in the northern part of
ealy near the international
jjTi ttt settlors and homesteaders,
frj !o Enoch Lclghton, a settler,
ra tire today, have formed them
ej i vigilance committee for tho
iwtttrenglng tho deaths of some
jii't trigedy in tho north country
Hucoaa to light Lb that of a set
.npis McKlnsley, aged 0, who.
In his cabin at Pclland, was
..V two Indians In order to
t!agf. the old man fired, killing
other fied across tho lino
mw??V, 'o braves, with tho
jm JlcMii5lc!''s life Is now men
tU1? applied to tho authorities
wtwn. Dan Cameron, a fur
B!iVhot 10 dcatn several days
Mi n. . ? Ccnter. and Wakl Tl
K 5,on reservation Indian, la
W'Sti Francis charged with
jkts Pelt Within Radius of
1 150 Miles of Panama.
A. pec, 21,-Earthquako shocks
thln a radius of 150 miles of
iL Co,on last night. Tho dls
CnlrlquTpanama, Dec. 21.
j ten blight earthquakes fol-
ChJm sh0Qk at about 12 "SO
'rKi ;r .Vmci0U8 bouses hero
tt&,dlJt.urbanco 'a aupposod
Rica 5ed by th0 Poa3 volcano
YARD LOSES STUDENTS.
Wogue Shows Considerable
'i falling. Off.
iltoeay a V a'osuo for 1904-03,
ttehW8 Harvard rcKl3tratlon
S&SeUSA , of lho mmcr school
ea feV0 b0 1Sfi. a com
(.erelty1 car'r a loss of 102
WCSBHffo and tho
i Jmakinp tho loss 450.
stuf?Bish0p of Montana.
K-' rlfriJff-Jl-ncv. John P.
RS d'cwo or it' """crated
ml Atchwil U(1US ofclated
:brt the hP Gennon of
Murder -,J ry today on
R? e" out nf m"ica lfls t
1 rtttaanMerUlUfXCr be"
Studeots Pine After
Fp During Pay
Columbia Faculty to Tako TJp Ques
tion of Hazing- of Kingdon
NEW YORK, Doc. 21. Although King
don Gould was not present to graco
their dinner, tho Columbia Sophomores
had a morry gathering tonight at ono' of
tho up-town Broadway hotels. In a hard
fight early In tho day, in which about ICO
of the eecond-year men wcro pitted
against tho Bamo number of freshmen,
the sophomorco succeeded In capturing
H B McCutcheon, the vice-president of
the class, and his brother. This battle
took place directly In front of the Ono
Hundred and Sixteenth street subway sta
tion on Broadway. Tho" fancy work of
the subway cntranco was wrecked and
not a fow of the students wcro severely
Tho tiring of a revolver at some of tho
sophomores by KIngdcn Gould tho pre
vious day somewhat dampened tho
ardor of theso young men, and with tho
exception of tho engagement at One
Hundred and Sixteenth street, little effort
was made to capture freshmen for tho
Faculty Intervention In tho Gould af
fair began today, and an Investigation
will be made at onco with a view to sus
pending tho hasera of tho young fresh
men. President Butler, It was announced,
had wrltton to Prof. Frcdorlck R. Hutton,
dean of tho Echool of applied science, ask
ing him to institute a thorough Investi
gation of the affair and enclosing a list
of names of mon President Butlor
thought had been most prominently lden
tllled with It. Dean Hutton has requestod
theso sophomores to meet him at his
Younc Gould did not appear at Colum
bia today for lectures
SWELL CLUBHOUSE BURNS.
Home of Most Fashionable Organiza
tion in Wasliingion Destroyed.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 21. The Metro
politan clubhouse, the home of the most
fashionable club In Washington, was
gutted by Qre today, Involving an esti
mated loss of from 560.000 to $100,000,
partially covered by Insurance. The
fire was caused by a spark from an
electric wire. The club has a large
membership, embracing some of the
best-known m 2xi in public life, but none
of them was in the building at the
time of the fire, the only occupants be
ing the four employees, all of whom es
caped. Watchman Deponal was over
come by smoke and carried out by the
firemen. He will recover.
Manager Knight of the club estimates
the loss of the building at $100,000 and
on contents $33,000. The police estimate
of the loss iq considerably lower .than
"these figures. " ' " '
$150,000 FOB OBSERVATORY,
One of Great Value to Bo Established
Near Los Angeles.
LOS ANGELES, Dec. 21. Today a tele
gram was received from Washington
stating that tho Carnegie Institute for tho
promotion of science of that city had
made a grant of $150,C00 for the use In
1905 for tho purpose of establishing a solar
observatory on Mount Wilson. It further
equipment and maintenance will bo pro
vided for by subsequent grants. It Is
estimated that the equipment of the ob
servatory will cost not less than $300,003
Dr. Georgo E. Hale, director of the
Yerkcs observatory of tho University of
Chicago, has been appointed director of
the Solar observatory. In the work Uo
will be assisted by G. W. Fltchoy, super
intendent of Instrument construction
and assistant professor of practical
astronomy at the Yerkcs observatory, and
by Ferdinand Ellorman and Walter S.
Adams, instructors In astrophysics at tho
CLAIMS AGAINST SULLY.
Small Creditors "Would Expunge
Those of Cotton Exchange.
NEW YORK, Dec. 21. Application was
mado today by small creditors, reinforced
by Edward Hawley and Frank H. Ray,
to have nearly three million dollars' worth
of clnlmn against Daniel J. Sully & Co ,
set aside. This would permit Mr. Sully
to pay nearly a hundred conts on the dol
lar. Magranc Cox, referee In bankruptcy,
Jb asked to direct the trustco of tho prop
erty, David H. Miller, to have tho cotton
exchange claims expunged and dissolved.
Thero are slxty-thrco of these attached to
the petitions, which represent sums duo
to various firms as a result of transactions
In cotton. The petition says these claims
arc not based on actual sales.
COURT MARTIAL ACQUITS.
Maj. Hardin Not Guilty of Neglect
MANILA. Dec. 21. Maj. Edward E.
Hardin of tho Seventh Infantry. U- S. A.,
has been tried by court-martial and ac
quitted of the charge of neglect of duty.
Maj. Hardin was charged with neglect
of duty in not having sufficient guard at
Malato prison, from which thlrty-threo
I natlvo prisoners escaped recently, after
killing thrco guards.
RENEW LUMBER COMBINE.
Reorganization on Puget Sound, and
Adopt Price Schedule.
VANCOUVER. D. C, Dec 21, British
Columbia lumbermen arc tired of rate
cutting nnd have reorganized tho com
blno formerly oxistlng with a new sched
ule of prices, which, while hlgbor than
havo been quoted by individual mills, are
luwfir thnn tho rates formorly uphold by
tho association. Tho chcdulo gives an
average reduction of roush lumber of
from ia) to 23' per cont and on other grades
of 20 per cent
Now Yorker Bobbed of S10,GOO.
NEW YORK, Dec. 21. John II Ruther
ford, a well-known NoW Yorker, is re
ported to havo been robbed of a $10,0-30
letter of credit and $7W) In currency whllo
en routo to Parla, according to a dispatch
Hiding Behind the Temple, Read Smoot, Draws the Fire of ths Protestants.
Increase sb leaver
Deeper the Courts Dig Into the
Matter, the Worse for tho
DENVER, Dec. 21. Tho report pro
Bcnted to tho Supremo court today by tho
handwriting experts who examined tho
ballots In the box from precinct 2.
ward 4 of thJs city, showed that of
23G votes H-l wero apparently fraudu
lent. One hundred and forty ballots with
the Democratic heading were reported to
have been written by llvo persons, ono of
whom had written 11D. Four ballots
with tho Republican heading had been
written by two porsons. Thero were In
tho box 177 Democratic and 23 Ropubllcan
ballots which) appeared to bo rgeular.
Aftor receiving the report tho court pro
ceeded to hear from further testimony on
tho contempt charges against Isaac Gold
man and Edward Swconoy, olotttlon
Judges at thlfl polling place.
M. M. Hammo, Republican export, testi
fied to his bolief that on closer ex
amination at least 100 of tho ballot
which appeared to bo regular would provo
to be fraudulent. George H. Klnff. Demo
cratic expert, also testified that thero
wcro probably some fraudulent votes
which had not bcon detected In tho hur
ried examination of tho ballots.
Sweeney and Goldman, who conducted
their own defenso, disclaimed knowledge
of the fraudulent ballotn, and denied that
they had wilfully violated tho courts
orders. Both threw themselves on tho
mercy of tho court. Sweeney said his
wlfo was dead and ho wlBhcd to tako her
remains to Chicago. Chief Justlco Gab
oon announced that tho case would bo
taken undor consideration, and ordorcd
the defendants to report in. court Satur
Each of tho twenty-threo men now
serving sentences in Jail for contompt of
court has filed it petition for a rehearing
and alloviatlon of sentence. Tho pe
titions are Identical and the grounds upon
which they are based arc solely technical,
the principal one being a challenge of tho
right of tho Supromo court to assumo
jurisdiction of tho election.
Patrick Higglns and William TP Daly
were arrested today on warrants. Issued
by tho court charging contempt. Tho
specific contempt alleged is that of ren
dering assistance to persons said to havo
been engaged In tho work of repeating.
Silver Coins Arrive at Panama.
COLON, Dec. 21. Tho second shipment
of new Panama sliver coins, amounting
to $323,000. arrived hero on tho steamship
Advance yesterday. They will bo placed
In circulation noxt month.
Three Moro Bodies Found.
MINNEAPOLIS, Dec. 21. Tho bodies of
John C. Kenyon. William Llllyblndo and
William Emmermon have bcon taken
, from tha Crocker hotel ruins.
v- . Expert advortiscrs and skilled
I wrltors have been! working on
The New Year's Tribune for
some time, and that issue will v
"V occupy a large part of tlmo of !
4 tho editorial staff and tho busi-
-V ness office from now until the
mammoth edition goes to press.
'h For this year's issue pains-
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ovory detail, and the advertis- r
ing, so far as accepted, exceeds
4 that of any previous issue.
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GERMAN COUNTER STROKE.
In Round-About "Way Is to Oppose
' Prussia's Coal Plans.
BERLIN, Dec. 21. Tho Government
proposes In tho forthcoming revision of
tho incomo tax law to bring under its
provisions limited liability companies,
which heretofore havo not bcon subject
to this taxation. Tho chlof object of tho
Government Is to lncroaso tho rovenue to
meet tho deficit, but tho measure alo
embodies tho Government's countor
otroko to tho Horno company (which was
organlzod December 12 with a capital of
JO.OOO.OOO for the purpose of checkmating
tho Prussian Government In getting con
trol of tho Hlbernla Coal company )
In recent years this form of organiza
tion has been In great favor with Ger
man capitalists. Heavily capitalized com
panies aro so organised that foreign In
vestors ospoclally havo adopted It, to tho
dotrlmont of tho Imperial treasury,
lakes Oemaed for
the Missing Jewels
Mrs. Chadwick Valuables Supposed to
to Bo at the Hoffman House,
NEW YORK. Dec 21. Nathan Looser,
receiver In Cleveland for the affairs of
Mrs. Casslo L. Chadwick, mado a demand
today through his legal representative in
this city, on J. P. Caddagan. the proprie
tor of the HofTmnn house, for all tho Jew
elry and other valuables alleged to bo In
his possession, bolng held for the owner.
Mrs. Chadwick. Under dato of December
19, Mr. Looser wroto to him as follows.
"I wired you this morning as follows.
'I hereby demand of you all tho property
of Casslo L. Chadwick now in your pos
session or under your control, and I hero
by notify you not to dollver samo to any
"Information has reached mo that cer
tain property, consisting of valuables and
Jewelry, belonging to Mrs. Casslo L, Chad
wick, Is now at tho Hoffman house, and
under your control, and I Bhall hold you
responsible for a faithful accounting for
same. If you will advlso me na to tho
charges which you have thereon, I shall
arrungo to pay tho same, that tho prop
erty may bo delivered to mo In Clove
land." Charles L. Grccnhall of this city Bald
tonight that as the representative of
Louis Grossman, a Cleveland lawyer, ho
had called at the Hoffman houao and
seen Mr. Caddagan. Ilo said that ho hail
mado demands for tho property, but that
he did not rocelvo any satisfaction, nor
did ho learn whether thero was any prop
orty of Mrs. Chndwlck'e In tho hotol. Ho
declared that tho proprietor said that ho
would communicate with him later
through his lawyer.
ANOTHER SATCHEL MISSING.
One Belonging to Mrs. Chadwick and
Supposed to Contain Valuables.
CLEVELAND, O.. Dec. 21. Still an
other satchel, one thought by Receiver
Loeser to contain valuables belonging
to Mro. Chadwick, was today found to
be missing. This developed In an ex
amination of Mrs. Mary Londravllle,
Mrs. Chadwlck's former housekeeper,
held beforo Refereo In Bankruptcy
The dlscovory Is In addition to the
missing trunk and grip that disappeared
from the Holland house In New York
the day before Mrs, Chndwlck was ar
rested. When tho hearing was rcnumed In tho
bankruptcy court In tho afternoon Mr.
Pino was presont. Ho admlttod that ho
secured tho satchel and kopt It until Emll
Hoover. Mrs. Chndwlck'n son, called for
It last Sunday night. Emll told him that
hip mother a attorney, J. P. Dawley,
wanted It. Ho said ho was not curious
as to what tho uatchel contained, hut
thought thorc wero psipors In 1L Recolv
or Looser said he would ask tho attorney
to tell tho contontu of tho satchol.
Tho hearing was then continued until
1 Friday morning.
by Big Tidal lave
Tons of Salt "Water Sent Tumbling
Over the Decks of the
NEW YORK. Deo. 21. After a stormy
voyage, during which sho was struck by
a tidal wave, tho Red Star lino steam
ship ICroonland arrived today from Ant
werp. The voyage was tho worst the vessel
has ever experienced. There was noth
ing but bad weather from tho time sho
left Antwerp, on December 10. until sho
was almost in port. On tho second day
out a stewardess went insane.
On the morning of December 12. whllo
the vessel was making fair tlmo In a
strong northwest gale, alio was struck by
a tidal wave, which brought her to a
standstill and sent tons of water tumb
ling over her decks. Plerroto, a Belgian
cabin passenger, was standing under
shelter and close up to the deckhouso
amidships. He was picked up ami wa3
thrown ncrosB tho deck. When rescued
It was found his left leg had been broken
In two places.
Officers of the Kroonland say that when
the wave struck tho vessel the water
dashed higher than her funnels and
swept the hurricane deck. Fritz Sort
landy. lookout, was thrown out of tho
crow's nest and fell a distance of forty
feet, but sustained no Injury except a
badly bruised side.
RECEIVER IN CHARGE.
Man "Who Controlled Bank Borrowed
Its Money for Trolley Line.
BUFFALO, N. Y., Dec 21. J. W.
Whoclotcr, president of the Western Sav
ings bank, has been appointed receiver
for tho defunct German bank, nnd his
bond fixed at $200,000.
In a statement mado public today. Su
perintendent Kllbum of tho Stato Bank
ing department, says In part:
"Ono A. E. Apployard, residing In
Brookllne, Muss., seemed to dominate tha
situation so far as tho control of tho
bank was concerned.
Before closing the bank It camo to my
knowledge that Mr. Apployard had pro
cured from tho bank large loans for him
self and on account of trolley railroads
In Ohio In which ho was largely Interest
ed and of which he was tho controlling
Tho statement then enumerates tho Ap
ployard paper which makes a total of
S&U.SCO. Referring to this paper, Super
intendent Ivllburn says:
"Tho payment of theso obligations I re
gard as extremely doubtful."
SURRENDERS BANK FUNDS.
Fugitive President McGreevy Makes
' """ SomeReveYations.
PHOENIX, Ariz., Dec, 21. Startling
revelations wcro mado here today by
Bernard B. McGreevy, the fugitive
O'Neill. Neb., banker. He admitted that
ho was In possession of funds that might
help to extricate him from his share of
blame. Going further, he actually placed
In the hands of Captain McDonald, the
arresting officer, a personal bank receipt
for $25,000 of tho missing money, and
told him he could at once place his hands
on at least $15,000 moro once they arrived
at O'Neill. That the bank was $65,000
short, he emphatically denied.
"I was bookkeeper and 1 ought to
know," he maintained.
McGreevy says ho Is willing to turn
evorythlng over to tho bank to cscapo
McGreevy Insists that $10,000 Elkhorn
Valley bank's money Is porfectly safo.
OPPOSED TO TREATY.
Thirty Thousand Hibornians Think It
Might Precipitate "War.
BOSTON. Dec 21. Tho Ancient Order
of Hibernians of Massachusetts, number
ing about 30,000 membcra, went on record
today as opposing a treaty of arbitration
botween tho United States and Great
Britain. A lotter of protest, enclosing tho
resolutions, were sent from tho Stato
headquartors to tho presidents of each
division of tho Order. Tho resolutions de
clare "that the ratification of tho treaty,
coupled with tho willingness of Secretary
of Stato Hay to take concurrent action
with tho English Government In all tho
important questions, may precipitate war
with ono or moro of the great powers of
To Change Time of Election.
WASHINGTON, Dec 2L Representa
tive Livingston (Ga.) Introduced a Joint
resolution today providing that hereafter
electors for President and Vlco-Presidont
and Representatives In Congress shall bo
voted for In each Stato on the first Tues
day after tho first Monday In September,
and that tho Fifty-ninth Congress shall
assomblo and hold Its first regular ses
sion on tho first Monday after 1905.
Contract for Army Trousers.
WASHINGTON. Deo. 21. Secretary Taft to
day Issued an order direct In t: tho quartennaii
ter Kcnernl to uwartl tho' m.aklnp of somo t-S.OOO
pnlrn of trouscre for tho cnllstod men of tho
army at tho Schuylkill nrscn.il. Philadelphia,
to ecamatrccios In that city, mcvlnlr tho widows
and orphans of eoldlero, thus nettling a ques
tion raised somo tlmo ago, ro fur as tho present
lot la Involved.
Two Killed and Fifteen Iuj'urod.
MENOMINEE. Mich., Dec 21. The fast
train from Chicago to tho copper coun
try on tho Chloago & Milwaukee rail
road was wrecked oarly today by a brok
en rail near horo. Engineer Martin Ga
van and Firoman Louis Miller were killed
and fifteen porsons wero-lnjured.
Out for the Senatorship.
ST. PAUL. Dec. 21. Gov. Vansant to
night addrcsGCd a large audlenco at Hast
ings, Minn., on "Freight Rates," and
his speech Is regarded hero as his ontry
Into tho Senatorial contest for a scat in
tho United States Scnato now occupied
by Senator CUpp of St. Paul.
Plan to Exterminate "Wolves.
BLOOMINOTON, 111., Dec. 21. Hunters
from all over central Illinois assembled
In Bureau county today for a wolf hunt.
Tho wolves havo been Increasing alarm
ingly of lato years and an organized at
tempt at extermination was .planned.
Member of Executive Council.
DENVER. Colo.. Dec. 21. Charles IT.
Moyer, president of the Western Federa
tion of Miners, has boon appointed a
member of tho oxuoullve council of tho
American Labor union, to sorvo until tho
noxt annual convention.
Little Hopes for is I
Will Make a Defense, but H
Has Lost Confi- H
Another Administration Newspaper
Takes Strong Stand Against JH
By A. F. Philips.
Special to Tho Tribune. IH
WASHINGTON, Dec 21. Apostle JH
Reed Smoot has read the writing on the
writing on the wall. The representative IH
of tho hierarchy has lost confidence. He jH
will make a defense, but he realizes that IH
his Senatorial career will soon end. In IH
plain English, the case made out by the jH
Protestants Is here regarded an unusu- IH
ally black one. jH
Next Sunday evening the chief coun-
f?cl for Smoot. A. S. Worthlngton, will jH
leave "Washington for Salt Lake. His jH
arrival there will be foltowed by a pro
longed conference with the hierarchy
The Committee on Privileges nnd jH
Elections has been given a partial list IH
of the witnesses desired by the defense. IH
Others will follow after the conference
in Salt Lake. It might he well for
Utahns to "take notice of results after jH
the subpoenas are Issued and are In the
marshal's hands and make a comparl
son with those Issued for the protest-
ante. No spotters will trail the mar-
shal and his deputies. Tho temple will OM
not bo guarded. The book? desired will
bo produced. There will be no heglra tM
to Mexico, nor Canada, nor Alaska of IH
apostles, polygamlsts or plural wives. VM
and there will be no trouble in finding
the witnesses. The reason If obvious. IH
Smoot No Longer Joking. IH
The Washington Times this evening
"It has been a matter of comment re
cently among persons who have been
giving attention to the Smoot hearing?
that the Senator does not bear himself
as confidently as he did last spring. Tn
the past week, since the evidence given tM
by Apostles Penrose and John Henry
Smith, and by Mormons of lesser Im- IH
portance. and by Democratic State jH
Chairman Jackson of Idaho, the Sena- jH
tor's demeanor has changed perceptibly, OM
Instead of treating all the evidence as a
huge joke, as he did at first, his coun-
tenance has Indicated signs of worry. jH
and he has made much more frequent IH
suggestions to his attorneys in tho IH
course of the cross-examination of va- IH
rious witnesses. While- maintaining hia IH
declpion not to make any statement of
his defense in the investigation, tho
Senator said! today: IH
" 'Why don't the committee send out
to Idaho and investigate the charges of
a woman there that I am a polygamlst? tM
She eent a protest to the commltteo jH
three months ago, and I would like to IH
sco It investigated. Why don't tho
commltteo look Into such things as
Strong Point Against Apostle,
"The Pharp questioning of Attorney
Tayler of the last batch of Mormon wit-
nesses Is believed to have had its ef- jH
feot on members of the committee. One
feature which has been discussed out- IH
side the committee room as having
purely injured his chances of reclaiming
his seat, is his presence last July at the, lH
meeting of the apostles, which elected! JH
Editor Penrose, a known polygamlst, as
one of the quorum of apostles. jJ
"Smoot's attorney admitted his pres-
ence there and tho apostles called to IH
the stand testified that no one had ob- IH
jected to the choice of a polygamlst. IH
Tho comment Is hoard that if Smoot
had wished to show his disapproval of
actions In defiance of the law of tha
land, he might have made a good stroke
by registering his objections at that JH
time. His failure to do so Is regarded
as strong substantiation of tho main jJ
contention of tho protestants, that he jM
regards his duty to the Mormon church lH
as of closer interest than his duty to jJ
the National Government under his jH
oath as Senator." jH
Apostle Smoot left for his homo to-
night to spend the holidays. Congress- jH
man Howell accompanied him.
Information About "Women. J
DENVER, Colo.. Dee. 20. Mrs. Sarah
Piatt Dcokor, presldont of tho National
Federation of Womon's clubs, today an
nounccd that sho had about completed ar- IH
rangemonts for tho establishment of a H
bureau of information, concerning the
work of women In this country, their
clubs, their roforms, and all tho nuittern
In which thoy ore Interested. Bulletins
will bo Eont out,