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HHff Dynamiters Arrive At Leavenworth
IB And Are Quickly
BHt' Leavenworth, Jan. 1. Tbo 33 la-
flflf bor union ofllcials sentenced (it In
Bji dlanapolls for complicity In tbo Mc-
flBk amara dynamite plots arrived at the
FL ' federal prison here at 7:15 today'.
fl 1 They Immediately were photographed
UlB dressed In penitentiary clothes and
HBB formally enrolled as 'convicts.
HBV As Frank M . Ryan, president ot the
BBg Iron workers International union, Olaf
IBS A. Tveltmoe, the Pacific coast labor
PB leader, Herbert S. Hockln, John T.
flj Butler and the others stepped from
HH the special train which brought them
HH from Indianapolis, they wcro taken In
HH chargo by the prison authorities.
HH New Year's ray thus found the la-
H bor leaders beginning In tho federal
HIE prison hero punishments for their
flflj connection with crimes with which
flflj the McNnmaras, confessed dynamlt-
HHJ crs, are Bcrvlng terms in the state
Hflj prison at San Quentln, Cal. .
HHJ Garbed In Prison Uniform
flflj Tho prisoners wcro taken by rail
HHJ directly into the prison grounds.
HHJ Their first view of tho Interior was
HHJ from tho windows ot tho train. With-
HHJ in an hour after the arrival each man
Hflj bed been suojectcd to a hair cut and
M garbed In prison uniform.
Hflj On account of Its being a holiday
flflj the details of assigning the mon to
BH work wag delayed until tomorrow.
!Most of the new prisoners are iron
workers; it is understood the war-
J den Is to put them on the construe-
BB tlon of buildings.
HB Olaf A. Tveltmoe of the California
BSj building trades council Is the only
Bfl convicted man not afllllated with the
HB Iron workers union, and it 1b expect-
fl ed he will be given clerical work.
HJ llyan may bo given similar work be-
HB causo of his ago and apparent feeble
BB It wub a memorablo trip which
Bfl brought tho prisoners over 1,570 miles
HH from Indianapolis on New Year's eve.
BB Once started, United States Marshal
BB E. Schmidt decided not to reach Lea
IB venworth before daylight, so that nl
HB most 20 hours wcro passed on the
Tho train was guarded nt windows
,1rjfc'k and doors as a rolUng adjunct of the
HpH' penitentiary, although the curtains
"IBV-. wcro drawn and no one was permit-
'L' ted to give out nny woid as to tho
BB happenings within.
BB Tbo trip across Indiana, Illinois,
BB Missouri and Into Knnsas was to have
BJ been kept secret, but at every stn-
BB tlon crowds greeted tho train as the
BB dynamiters special, and cheers and
jflfl singing at midnight showed tho dts-
flj position of the prisoners toward n
I J We Sell The Earth
I Loan iloney on It
HJ Farm and City property, thi
HJ Cholcot for 5.ite ami excruiig
flj Commcicial fctocfci Orughl anil
flj told Plct, o money to loin
BJ cn c'1 Jr 'arm property.
BJ lfttei c' - i ' firth tor rj
BJ estate ar.(j ioniiiier-ial irctt
I H. A, PEDERSEN
BJ And Company
I S Over 1st National Bank
JL I LAND FOR SALE
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B J Three quarters of a section S
fl of dry farm land In Blue Creek ?
fl i About 30o acres under cultiva- j
fl J tlon, 200 acres planted and J
fl ; growing. Write or call on 3
I j W. H. ROSKELI.EY, i
I J Smithficld, Utah t
1 flcS!)! GoodCfimr "
I H frAii rwpo j
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New Year which for them was to be
"glu with Imprisonment.
Coffte At Midnight
At midnight wiillo passing Jeffer
son City, Mo., Marshall Schmidt pass
ed around coffee which was drunk
from tin cups. Each p-lsoner was
permitted at that time to write out
New Year's messages to members ot
Beyond that outbursts ot cheering'
It was a long monotonous rldo for
tho men, each of whom was required
to sit 'throughout the night facing an
P. J. Hlgglns,. Boston, fo'mer New
England organizer for tho Iron work
ers' union, became unconscious on
tho train and was placed In a physi
cian's care. He Is sentenced to serve
When tho prisoners were rcghtored
It was found that Ryan, aged 58
years, was tbo oldest, and Krcd
Sherman, 28, tho youngest.
Charles Wachtmelster, Detroit with
eight children, has tho lnrgest fam
ily. Ho Is sentenced to two years.
Tveltmoe Asks About Library
Almost tho first question asked by
Tveltmoe on entering tho penitenti
ary was about the library.
Among the treasures which he ask
ed to bo allowed to retain was a book
of Latin verse Inscribed by Anton
Johannscn, another San Francisco la
bor leader, who has been Indicted In
Asked whether he Intended to re
linquish! any of his affiliations on the
Pacific coast, Tveltmoe replied: ,
Near Kansas City the prison train
passed within sight of tho railroad
bridge across the .Missouri river
which Ortle McManlgal confessed he
It had not long been daylight when
the train pulled Into the penitentiary
yard. Tho prisoners' last view of
the outsldo was a placid expanse of
the Missouri river.
Prisoners Called Forth
From tho train within tho prison
gates, the prisoners were called forth
alphabetically and stood two abreast
"Iteddln and i.ynn,' read tho United
"Cooley and Clancy," or "Bcum
It was tho last time tho men wero
to bo called by namo. Hereafter they
will bo merely numbers.
Ryan Seached First
In tho offices of Deputy Warden
W. H. Mackay, tho prisoners wero
relieved of their pocket possessions.
Among these were photographs of
wives, mothers nnd children. Hyatt's
pockets cro the first searched. Ho
faced tho deputy warden with his
shoulders thrown back nnd head held
erect. It required about threo min
utes thus t dispose of tho prisoner.
Ho then was taken to another room
to have his prison clothes fitted.
Beum Cries Bitterly
A photograph of threo girls fell
from tho pocket of Charles Bcum, a
member of tho Iron Worker's execu
tive board. Ho could scarcely repeat
his namo. As tho photograph was
folded in a largo yellow envelope, ho
raised his hands to his face and cried
As "Herbert S. Hockln" wns an
nounced In stopped the man who dur
ing the trial was called "tho lago of
tho conspiracy." Ho had $1.08.
CUT THE HIGH COST OF LIVING
W II. Chapman, Winnebago, Nob.,
tells how ho did it. "My two children
had a very bad cough and tho doc
tor's medicines did them no good. I
got a bottlo of Foley's Honey nnd
Tar Compound and hoforo It wns all
used tho children wero freo nnd cured
of their cough. I saved n doctor's
bill for ono 25c bott'o of Foloy's
Honey and Tar Compound." No op!
ates. Co-op Drug. Co. (Advertise
RUPTURE EXPE7T HERE
Seeley, Who Fitted Czar of Russia,
Called to Logan
F. II, Seeley of Chlcngo nnd Phila
delphia, tho noted truss export, will
bo nt tho Llnco'n Hotel and will ro
1 main In Logan Thursday only, Jan
uary 9. Mr. Seoloy says: "Tho Spor
matlc Shield Truss ns now used and
approved by tho United States Gov
', ernment will not only retain any case
ot rupture perfectly, nffoidlng Imnjo
; dlato and complete relief, hut closes
, tho opening In ten days on tho avor
; ago case." This Instrument rocolved
tho only award In England and In
i Spain, producing results without sur-
gory, harmful Injections, treatments
' or prescriptions. Mr. Seoloy has
, documents from tho United StatoB
Government, Washington, D. C., for
j Inspection. All charity cases without
, charge, or If any Interested call he
will bo glad to show tho rMd with,,
out chargo nr fit them I desired Any
!ono ruptured should romombor the
, dato and tnko ndvantneo ot this op
j portunlty. (Advo-tlsenient) Jfl
Logan 1 February 23, S. F. Bat
lit, O. II. Budge, N. W. Kimball.
Logan 2 Febiuary 16, O. II.
Budge, John Quaylc, Andreas Peter
son. Logan 3 January 2G, 8. F. Balllf,
Jos. E. Cowley, Isaac Smith.
Logan 4 January 12, S. F, Bnlllf,
O. II. Budge, J. 11. Anderson, J.
Logan 5 February 16, Jos. Qulu
ney, Jr., S. F. Balllf, S. II. Mltton.
Logan 6 March 9, S. F. Balllf, O.
H. Budge, B. u. Thatcher.
Logan 7 January 19, O. II.
Budge, It. O. Lorsen, N. W. Kim
ball. Logan 8 January 20, O. II. Bugo
J. H . Anderson, Isaac Smith.
Itlver . Heights January 12, Job.
Qulnney, Jr., Jos. E. Cowley, G. W.
Greenville February 9, S. F. Bal
llf, W. W. Houndy, G. W. Undqulst
Hyde Park January 26, Jos. Quln
ney, Jr., J. Z. Stewart, Frederick G.
Benson February 23, Jos. Quln
ney, Jr., J. E. Carlisle J. E. Car
Ion. Providence 1 January 19, S. F.
Balllf, S. B. Mltton, Andreas Peter
son. Providence 2 February 9, O. H.
Budge, J. E. Carlisle, Isaac Smith.
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without griping, nausea, nor any
weakening effect. Ask your durgglst
for them. 25 cents per box. (Adver
WE KNOW NOT
I have hung my guns on the corner
And never ngaln shall I follow
Tho call of tho wild and tho lonely
Through tho wood clad mountain
Tho autumn had tinted tho shelving
Where leafless branches wero sigh
ing And birds of passage bad gono with
Of a summer In glory dying.
I had followed a troll but it mutters
It was bigger gamo I wns hunting;
But tho caveman In mo fired a shot
At a llttlo snow vrblto bunting.
Ho fell to tho ground with broken
A blood stained, fluttering feathet
And" ncTer, never again would ho
O'er meadow and lilac heather.
I lifted him up, and I heard the call
Of his mate from a cluster of wil
lows; And I thought of the nest with Us
And tho north cold, wintry billow.
For never, never again would ho fly
With buds nnd tho young eras'?
Wing shot and still, on tho nest ho
And who would tho food bo brin
ing? That's why I've hung my guns en
That's why I shall nlways remem
ber Wo do not know when the guns will
Nor the coming ot life's December.
Wo know not tho day till vesm r
And know not when suinmn ,s
Twilight may And us with brok i
In a Hold of blossoming clove:
John Francis Becltwlth
A lnrpo. husky negro fli " u . 1
Frenchman were est.'Iuk a largo piece
of timber for tho Boston subway with
a heavy cioBscut saw, each In turn
pulling it back and forth. A pugll
Istlv Irishman stopped to watch tho
operation. After a few moments ho
strolled up to tho negro and dealt
him a blow, saying:
"Givo tho saw to tho llttlo follow
If ho wants It." Harper's Magazine.
Tho rights ot all aro equal. Jus
tice, poised and balanced In crtenal
calm, will shako from the golden
scnles In which are welghod tho acts
of mr-n, tho very dust of prejudlco
nnd casto: no raco, no color, no pre
vious condition, can change tho rights
of men. Robert G. Ingeraoll.
Frlndchlp Is the highest degres of
perfection In society. Montaigne.
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