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THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY DECEMBER 28 1909
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MARY ALICE SPRY
Who was sponsor for the Battleship Utah
Whether the place Is adver
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the want ad rli > > irs virt
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Fall xhHtI te
Always in new eaatroi the
ebell to your table Booths Ooanu
teed Oysters carry the temp fne
aroma of the sea the Haver
newlycauaht the purity o 4eep
atrs They are a delicate treat
for levers of good things to eat
At all fimOaes dealer r
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ZELAVA OEFENDS
DRASTIC ACTION
Declares Execution of Cannon
and Groce Had Justi
fication
Salina Crws Mexico Dec T De
claring that the attitude of Seere
tars Knox toward him could net tell
to t > e disapproved by all fairminded
people and that he believed the aec
iei Ai ry3 jud nient was warped by false
rtpuns Iron the American vice consul
at Managua former President Santos
Keiuya endeavored in an interview to
day to justify his treatment otthe
Americans Cannon and Groce as an
act that any one lu his position would
jiavc committed I I I
Zelaya debarked I from the Mexican
EunLoat Gen Guerrero this afternoon j
ana left tonight for Mexico City in a I
pr te car attached to the regular i
passenger train due in that city
Wednesday morning I
J am going to Mexico City to re I
main tor six months said he If
the climate agrees with me I will I
BCnd or go fur my family It it does
not agree with me I will go to some
plitce in Europe I am going to Mex
ico City to iliank President Diaz and
Mexican officials for their kindness to
mE or board the Guerrero Zelaya die
cuse 1 < i the killing of Cannon and
Uroce and the note of Secretary Knox
Cannon und Groce Zelaya de
cliuvil j were engaged by the Conser
vative party and were brought from
Guatemala by that party which was
working huniinhand with Cabrera
As they never had any ground for ac
r using me of any infringement of the
treaty adopted by the Central Ameri
can republics they attempted to cre
ate a cause and began trying to in
Fti < rate a mutiny and an armed rebel
Ih to force the United States govern
niiru to intervene
As regards Cannon and Groce no
one else in my position would have
crred other than I did Neither of these
men had any property in Nicaragua
Americans nud other foreigners hold
1i property In Nicaragua enjoyed
Tiro lection at my hands the same as
nitiveborn citizens and they had the
rojnrage of not having to pay direct
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Zdava delined r to discuss the ar
rest of Paso nil brotherinlaw and
of Martinet his finance minister who
l1e charged with misappropriation of
I r < is of tile itovernment
X lava left the gunboat at 5 oclock
rTii entered I the private car Attached
a I freight car in which there was
mirh baggage
WOMAN HIT BY A TRAIN
Suction Draws Her Under Wheete of
a Filer
P1 id Alto Cal Dec 11Hn Annie
J rs 54 years old a member of a well
kn TVII Alabama family was struck by
a 0 uthern Pacific train on th depot
1 < il form today and died before she could
I r ten to ih hospital Mrs Jones at
tn d to iross the track In front of
n fast train wlih does not stop at Palo
At to She had cleared the rails and was
tv feet away when the train passed
i mini I at high speed The suction drew
1 against the care which struck her
xn uoh force that shs was thrown ten
fr striking on her head Mrs Jones
ttu3 tht mother of Mrs Grace Harde
nan wife of the late Captain ThosM
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WAGE INCREASE IS
Ali Of CONfERENCE
Washington Dec 2T Frank Morrteon
EnT iary of the American Federation of
La I explaned the coming conference
cf kJlers of the railroad department of
tuf Kderation l as a step in the general
tdiu i for wage Increases all along the
Jin rui r I railroad men
While the tour big railroad brother
l oouenginats conductors firemen and
trainmen not members of the rail
tfiaa > clepartiiiont Secretary Morrison said
lived they would be represented at
ir ronferemf or if they are not repre
tfiit J directly they will work in a
r itus are with those organizations which
are Tilegraphei5 boilermakers machinists
fivigh handlers 01 rks switchmen and
x a t nous unions of the shop workers com
rise the railroad department of the fed
eration
iiarles P Nill commissioner of labor
uj Tonight that he had heard nothing
< > the contme but supposed a poll
of all organisations affected would have
t > ndiCate a strike pentiment before one
t n be ordered
II K Perhain president o the tel
t lapluTB j I is chairman of the railroad de
irtnient 1 of the federation
TROLLEY LEAVES RAILS
AND A MAN IS KILLED
TIt rlit Mich Dee 17one man was
i Mif < i to death a boy was seiiously in
< 1 and a seore of other passengers
TMT 1ss seriously hurt when an inter
l I iiir on tho Detroit Tnttea railway
iriTPd the track last right four miles i
x of tue v huge of Wayne
There is satisfaction in
knowing your Presorip
tion will be filled with ex
treme eaae with absolute
ly pure drugs and that it
will cost you no moreif
as muchas it does at any
other drug store
The Pure Drug
A Dispensary
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South Street Main
TO CUnB A COLD IN OXB DAY
Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine Tab
lets Druggists refund money if it falls
to cure E IV GROVES signature Is on
each box ZiiC
Other people wait for things
to happen want advertisers help
BROKA DENIES DESIRE
FOR RECONCILIATION
WITH HIS WIFE
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out what was going on in the house
He wanted to inquire about Mrs
Brekaws health
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He was wry fond of Mrs Brokaw
Yes I think he was
A session of the court was held tonight
at which Brokaw oMtmtied as a witness
Mrs Brokaw took a lively interest in the
grilling of her husband She burled her
face in her muff to smother laughter
when a letter was read which the de
fendant identified as one he had written
to her in the fall of 1908
Among other things the letter upbraid
ed her for flirting and for saying
damn One passage said
I assure you dear that woman do net
interest me If they did I would not
have married you and given up all my
life and happiness to you
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COMPlAINT IN HENEY
DAMAGE SUIT ON FilE I i
Prosecutor of San Francisco Grafters
Demands 250000 of William
H Crocker
New York Dec 11Th formal com
plaint te the damage suit of Frances J
Honey ef San Francisco against William
H Crocker the California raNltonaire
for S50060 on an allegation of libel was
tiled here today Mr Honey says he
bases his acUon on an open letter bear
ing Hr Crockers name which appeared
in a New York evening newspaper on De
cember 3 in which Mr Crocker defended
his action in first supporting Heney in
the San Francisco graft prosecutions and
later withdrawing his support
James M Beck counsel for Mr Heney
said today
As soon as Mr Crockers letter was
published Mr Heney telegraphed me to
bring the suit Mr Honey who nearly
gave his life to the cause of exposing cor
ruption m San Francteee desires te settle
once and for all the question whether he
conducted the prosecutions against the
Saa Francisco grafters in an honorable
and legitimate way In too heat of the
great contest in San Francisco many
charges were made by irresponsible men
against Mr Heney but when Mr Crock
er assumed responsibility for these
charges and gave them wide circulation
in a responsible organ of public opinion
Mr Heney felt his opportunity had come
to have a jury of his fellow countrymen
determine the justice or injustice of the
accusations against him
In San Francisco the graft prosecu
tions have so divided its people into hos
tile camps that it would seem to me a
matter of exceeding difficulty to obtain
a jury that would consider the questions
involved with absolute impartiality In
New York however there can be no self
ish interest in the issues that grew out
of the San Francisco graft prosecutions
and here therefore a jury can be select
ed that can impartially and fearlessly
judge between Xr Crockers grave ac
cusations and Mr Heneys account of his
stewardship as a public official
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Photographed at the launching of the Utah i I
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SWINGING THE
CONSERVATION CLUB
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fuse with the loftiest scorn to do for
themselves Fortunately for us all that j
delusion is passing rapidly away i
Attacks on Service
It is the honorable distinction of
the forest service that it has been I
more constantly more violently and I i
mere bitterly attacked by representa
tives of the special interests in re
cent years than any other government
bureau These attacks have increased I i
ill violence and bitterness just In pro I
portion as the service has offered ef I
fective opposition to predatory wealth
The more successful we have been In j I
preventing land grabbing and the ab
sorption of water power by the special j
interests the more ingenious the i
more devious and the more dangerous I
these attacks have been becoming A I
favorite one is to assert that the for I
est service in its zeal for the public i
welfare has played ducks and drakes 1
with the acts of Congress I
Has Law Behind Him j
The fact Is the service has had
warrant of law for everything It has
dcne Not once since it was created
la8 any charge of illegality despite i
the most searching investigation and
the bitterest attack ever led to re
versal or reproof by either house of j
Congress or by any congressional com j
mittee
since the forest service called pub
lie attention to the rapid absorpOn I
rf water power sites and < < tho threat
en nip growth of a great power mo
nopoly attacks upon It have Increased
with marked rapidity I anticipate
that they will continue to do so Still
greater opposition is promised In the
rear future There Is only one pro
tetoran awakened public opinion
That Is why I give you the facts
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FIVE ARE KillED IN
A HEADON COlliSION
Seymour Ind Dec 27Flve trainmen
ww killed and two wcr fatally hurt to
day in a collision on th Baltimore Ohio
Southwestern railroad between freight
trains No H and No 99 twenty miles
southwest of this city near Fort RItner
Th train mt adon on a sharp
curve apparently because of a misunder
standing of orders
YALE PROFESSOR IS
STRICKEN SUDDENLY
V w York Dec 27Dr William Gra
ham Sumner professor of social and pc
Mica science at Yale university r fell un
conscious at the Murray Hill hotel to
day as the result of the rupture of a
small blood vessel in the brain Tonight
his conditions is Eermis although his
ultimate recovery is expected
Dr Sumner came to New York to ad
dress the convention of the American His
torical association He la 70 years old
Sixty Little Tots Have
Time of Lives With Santa
For five hours yesterday sixty children
romped and played In a land before un
known to themthe tend where Santa
Claus is king His domain extended no
farther than the walls of the home of
Mrs E Mahesy jr bat K was a conti
nent to the nttle folks many of whom
were given their flrjt glimpse at a reaL
Santa Clans
Santa had only expected fifty little
guests to greet him on his return to the
northern home but he found sixty ten
little sisters and brothers who couldnt
be left at home hadnt been counted on
but they were just as welcome
Whatever Santa Claus opinion of his
party yesterday may have been that of
the little guests was easily understood
evnn though It had to be guessed Plump
round little stomachs bulging with
turkey relishes sweets plum pudding
almost tn the point of danger to the cloth
ing rapturous expressions ef joy as the
eyes continually dropped to the tightly
gripped sled or doll sleepy eyes showing
fatigue from romp In parlor games but a 1
sameness to stick as one little urchin
expressed it all spoke more than words
what the children thought of Santa Claus
And then the climax In the joy of a real
automobile ride to their boms found the
youngsters absolutely speechless
Santa Claus of course was Induced to
return to Salt Lake for the benefit of the
sixty poor children by Mrs Mehesy To
lighten her labors she found willing as
sistants in Mr Mehesy Mr and Mrs W
Tyler Mrs Edward Johnson Mrs Jami
son Miss Cook Harold Teasdale A Q
Potts of Philadelphia Frank John
son at the tree relieved Santa and filled
the role in a manner that deceived the
children When the night was over
Messrs Littleton Price John Qilmer and
Mr Sadler bundled the boys and girls
into their motor oars and drove them to
their homes
The affair was not surpassed during tha
present holiday season for the enjoyment
and pleasure obtained by the children
who otherwise would have had only the
bitter thought that there was no Santa
Claus for them
VALUE OF BRIQUETS
FOR LOCOMOTIVES
Conclusions Reached by Two
of the United States Geo
logical Survey Forces
RESULT OF EXPERIMENTS
POSSIBILITY OF GETTING MORE
WORK OUT OF ENGINE BOILER
Some conclusions as to the value of
briquets for locomotive fuel and a few
suggestions as to the possibility of get
ting more work out of a locomotive boiler
are given in a report by Walter T Bay
and Henry Kreismger that has just been
published by the United States geological
survey as bulletin 412 The survey w
investigating the mineral resources of
the country and is making tests of va
nods kinds and forms Of coal with the
object of determining how to reduce
waste in the utilisation of coal how to
increase the value of the abundant low
grade coals and how to adapt different
coals to briquetting
Objects of the Tests
The primary object of the teats de
scribed in bulletin 112 was to study the
relative performances of two sizes of
briquets and of coal with reference to
efficiency tendency to smoke and the
ease with which steam could be kept up
when each of the three forms of fuel was
burned at several rates of combustion
One object kept in mind was the finding
of ways for working locomotive boilers
ardor i although with present locomotive
designs the steam production may some
times be made sufficient to keep the
wheels slipping so that the engines have
no us1 for additional steaming ability of
the boiler
The more important results and conclu
s5 < ns for the locomotive used may be
briefly summarized as follows
At low rates of working nmofmire
coal gives a higher equivalent evapora
tion than briquets at medium rates there
is little difference at high rates briqueta j
do considerably better
There Is little difference between thei
large and the small briquets the large
ones crumble less the smallr briquets I i
are easier to fire and to level on the fire
than the larger ones either form gives
the fireman far less work and trouble I
than runofmine coal
In spars briquet fires lose less than
coal fires
On roads haying heavy grades it will j
probably pay well to barn briquets at i
least part of the time I I
The highcapacity teat run with fcri
tjwts by no means reached the upper j
limit of fairly efficient combustion and
evaporation but it was higher than is
likely ever to be attained by such draft
as is feasibly available from a nozzle
These particular briquets l produced
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about as much smoke as the coal under
similar conditions some of the blame for
th l tendency to smoke may rest on the
pitch binder
F Thais it would pay to add combustion
chambers several feet long to the front
ends IIf < some locomotive Are boxes and
to us a larger number of boiler tubes of
shorter lengths and smaller diameters
liC moat useful secondary conclusion
ikmonstrated is that the combustion of
stlitabh fuel can be kept about the same
m completeness over a very wide ranaa
Tl1LJ result is a consequence of the scrub
bing action of rapidly moving currents of
gs in th ecombustion in the fuel bed
t > COJ formed at the surface of the par
ti Ies of fuel and clinging to it is scrub
bed off and replaced by fresh uncombined
oxygen
The bulletin comprises thirtytwo pages
and is illustrated by several diagrams It
may he had without charge by applying
ti the director of the geological survey
at Washington
FORGED CHECK AND
INVESTED IN BONDS
Cincinnati Dec 27 Police and postal
authorities are hunting for a man who
gave his name as W M Rtehton wanted
in connection with the forgery of the
name of M M Ralner a New York cap
italist to a J15WO check and the myf
tirloue disappearance of the santo amount
In bank stock of the Citizens National
bank of Scobic MISS J which was pur
chased with the fergea papers
The man who carried onthe deal forged
check the order of u
the to Ricbton and
then signed the name of Richton as 6n
dorsec I
NATIONAL PRESS ClUB
HAS ANNUAL ElECTION
Washington Dec 2lTIte annual elec
tion of the National Frees Club of Wash
Ington in whose membership newspaper
men In all sections of the country an
represented Arthur J Dodge correspond
ent of the Kansas City Journal was cho
sen president Elmor B Payne of the
Associated Press was reelected vice
president and Arthur C Johnson cor
respondent of the Denver News was
gain name4 for secretary
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ERWTh MOW
fjTRE All
Real Estate Business Is Ac
cordingly Dull at This
Season
wpV ple seem tn > be more interested
jus t the Present time In buying
ClirlMrIas present for relatives and
fnend than in buying real estate
aid u d > niinent natty dealer yesfi
Uay V > a result the general cundi
tirti of the market itaaot be gauged
i ihe artK ity lirinj the past Jew
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ThPr luav1 Ie 1 vea of where 110
generu fathtol loving 1Il0tlo
haS lHchasNi t ii season lit till
tL r a house ani to be preesnti
1 C1 uon or dauf1 all a Chr1tIlI
gfr t these cu are few and fal
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1 uust nw the h lasher the jtw C
fi I r dad the dry z 01 UI are balug
tJ l II r luning V i j 5r JII U hi
JI u tlc seas < < j DY UIltO jle
i ut a time iB YbeDth re
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a ruuibcr of bl a oDdeall b
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a nsumm I Ufltfl after t
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mirmess is I I t Irely different
t d u Imst I all iii lines In bu
lnj l dresses nd Jewelry It j
I T fl11 the wok ofa fw mtaut
t St that whl1 is wanted But
It I fn < j i > al estat > there are no matiy
PI iiiiintries to bj attended to so
muiy ij stions to be answered so
niiiii seeming flaws in title Ie ht
straightened out that sometime v
deal drags along over a period of it c
months before it Is finally cloned In
dications are for a good business with
the opening the new year
YOUTH ENDS HIS liFE
AND PROMISING GAREER
Seattle Wash Dee 27 Raymond
Lloyd aged 35 an insurance agent and
Yale graduate in the class of 94 commit
ted suicide in a shabby room in thitj city
today by swallowing an ounce of carbolic
acid Lloyd who was unmarried aS
a son of Mayor Henry P Lloyd tratr
League club New York Raymond LkJylil
came here six years ago He was de
spondent because of a fear that his mind
was failing His father is said to have
been a law partner of President Taft In
Cincinnati at one time
In Lloyds effects l were found letters
from his father saying that be bad spent
many thousands of dollars on the son
and could do nothing more for him
Lloyd was found in a dying condition
by K Vanderburg who occupied an ad
joining room Vanderburg stated that be
fore he died Lloyd said that be had wal
lowed poison
In a satchel 116 was found with let
ters from young Lloyds father In one
of the letters the father wrote
Of course you can go to a public in
earatton
I have expended many thousand ol
dollars upon you which you squandered
very foolishly
1q51 have denied myself many contort
and have worked hard when I shoal1
have rested to keep you in luxury at eoi
leg and since Think this over and ax
swer my questions and write me again
The manager of the insurance agent vf
where Lloyd was first employed state i i
that hu accounts are in good shape and
that he rvlvcd r osd Kanrv
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A MAN TO THEIR TATC
Boston Courier I cant quite grasp
your idea that the alderman hi our Ward
was elected by Italian votes hes Irish
isnt her
Yes but his name Is MacArony

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