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VOL IINO 349 OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY DECEMBER 18 1910 SIXTEEN PAGES PRICE 65 CENTS PER MONTH
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1 Armed Officers Are Protecting
GiftofTongues Church
Against Mob
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ARE IN HIDING
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I Guards Are Watching All Roads
1iIJ Leading to the Mission
1 Quiet at Midnight
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ic ALLIANCE 0 Dec 17Sherlrt
Wilson and deputies and the Alliance
I police force have been guarding the I
a IL GiftofTongues Missionary Homo
L t and the streets leading to It in ex i
dl pectation of a mob made up of Clove
iFlatyC land and Canton persons appearing to I
t do personal violence to Rev Levy R
Lupion I
The cause for activity on the part I
0 cf the authorities was a telegram
Epp signc by County Prosecutor Kline of I
Cleveland warning Major Spiedol that
Crt hi had information that a mob bad
JI planned to mob tho Lupton and the I
ei rTjjf lon buildings tonight Lupton
t j ulun informed of tho telegram hastl I
trot h departed nnd is reported iu hiding I
I < Ip to midnight all was quiet with I
3m no signs of trouble Authorities are i
watching all suburban cars Reports I
of conditions alleged to exist in the
I i n
rdfam home are said to have angered iesl
by a dents of Cleveland and Canton
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t ° tt Washington Doc 17Horse race
Are and market tlpstors and others who
J propose to have exclusive inside in
formation of sure winners at the
ff
races and of what may happen in the
DEJA
r stock market may soon find the de
f1 partment of Justice calling upon them
to show that tholr business is legit
irate
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It Is the department intention to
l rid tho United States mails of all
frauds Complaints havo been made
to the bureau of Investigation iigalnst
E some of the Wall street tip agencies
I and r v partial Investigation is afoot to
i determine If there is any evidence of
j wrongdoing
GINR3
AGREE TO
t EDIATIO
Commissioner Neill Meets With
Representatives of 61 Railroads
and the B of L E
PROCEEDINGS WILL BE
UNDER ERDMAN ACT
Controversy May Go to Arbitra
tion Enginers Uphold De
mand for Increase
CHICAGO Doc 17 Labor Commis
sioner Charles P No ill today began
his effort to avert a strike of the en
gineers on sKtjone western railroads
He was called to Chicago by officials
of the roads to uso his Influenco under
the Erdnmn act with approximately
31000 engineers who voted to uphold
their demand for a wage Increase
Mr Neill spent the morning in a se
cret conference with the railroads
management ocmmittce This after
noon lIe conferred with tho engineers
The conferences will be held dally un
I til a basis of negotiations is agreed
upon after which a joint conference
i will be held preparatory to opening
arbitration proceedings
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t EAl THY FARMfR IS
lllEO BY U JKr OWN
Sheriffs Posse Searching for the
Assassin Who Shot
I Down Stockman
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GUTIIRIE Okla Dec 17Androw
Russell a wealthy stockraiser and
farmer residing two miles south of
this city was Bhotand killed it his
homo tonight by an unknown assassin
A sheriffs posse is searching for
I the assailant
Russell was called into the yard
A few moments later tho family was
startled by four shots They rushed
to the doors to be met by the father
who staggered into the room and fell
dead Members of the family heard
the murderer ride away on horseback
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COLORED MAN IS +
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1 + WASHINGTON Dec 17 +
+ President Taft sent to the sen +
+ ate today the nomination of +
I + Charles A Colter of Toledo +
+ to be collector of internal reve +
+ nue at Honolulu +
I + Cotterlll is negro Protest +
+ from Honolulu that a resident + I
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t t CARNEGIE COMMENDS THE ACTION
ttnkl TAKEN BY CONGRESSMAN TAWNEY
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Ar i WASHINGTON Dec 17The stand I
1 taken by Representative Tawnoy j
J chairman of the house committee on
npproprlaUons regarding the report
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from tho war department concerning
t i Jic countrys preparedness for war
J Brought the following letter from An
Te < J i firncgle today
7 Mj Dcur Mr Taw ncy In military
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end naval circles officers seem to havo
owe fever of madness those days
May I express my admiration for the
stand you are taking Slick to It I
do not bcIlco Woods andoDIckinsona
views arc shared by those In author
ity nnd surely the American people
cannot he Stampeded Into absurd ox
flditures
ANDREW CARNEGIE
GOVERNMENT ATTORNEY EXPECTS TO
NOT ONLY BREAK SUGAR TRUST
BUT SEND OFFICERS TO PRISON
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WASHINGTON Dec 17The pros
ecution of Washington B Thomas
president of the AmerIcan Sugar Re
fining company John E Parsons for
mer chief counsel of the sugar trust
and other directors has been made I
certain by the decision of the United
States supreme court through Justice
Holmes sustaining the indictments of
Gustav E Kisscll and Thomas B Har I
ned growing out of the Pennsylvania
Sugar refinery case The highest trib
unal reverses the decision of United I
States Judge Holt who sustained a
plea in bar to the indictment that a
conspiracy under the Sherman antitrust
trust law is not continuous and that
the statue of limitations had Interven
ed United States Attorney Wise will
prepare to try the men higher up In
the sugar trust Attorney General I
Wickeisham is mule elated over the
decision He will not prosecute Kls
sell and flamed who wore Indicted
for participating In the wrecking of tho
Pennsylvania Sugar Refining company I
with directors of the sugar trust All
officials of the sugar trust according
to a government official will be
ll to the bar Those who havo
not been Indicted will have to show
good cause why they should not now
bo indicted Thomas Parsons Arthur I
Donner and others who wore indicted I
on the same conspiracy charge as KIs
sell and Harncd pleaded not guilty
but did not plead the statute of limita
tions The Kisscll and Harned cases
were In tho nature of a test upon
which the others rested
SUB W 1 r
COMMiTTEE CLEARS
LOR 1M ER Of CHAR GES
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WASHINGTON Doc 17 Senator
Lorimer of Illinois was given a clean
bill of health today by the subcommlt
teo of the senate committee on elec
tions which Investigated charges of
briber In connection with his elec
tion
The report of the Investigation was
made to the full committee on privi
leges and elections which then ad
journed until Tuesday to give tho
members an opportunity to study tho
evidence and the subcommlttoes re
port
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OARING HOlD UP I
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GAMBLING DEN
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NEW YORK Dec liSeven men
walked Into a tenderloin gambling I
club early this morning held up the
twenlyllvo Inmates and robbed them I
of their valuables The exact amount
of the haul is not known
The raid evidently was carefully
planned for it was executed with pre
cision The leaders brushed past the
outlook at the door shouted Hands
up and then fired a dozen shots over
the beads of the men In tho room to
lighten them One man demurred
and jumped from u second story win I
dow Ho was found later lying on
tho pavement vvSth 8l hrokon arm
Some shots were relurned and in the
exchange one man was wounded by a
stray bullot
There was blood on tho Moor when
tho police entered but the rooms wore
empty The injured man on the pave
ment said the whole affair was over
in a twinklSng The robbers lied down
tho stain to the street and the club
who did not
members court the ac
quaintance of the police followed
swiftly i
No arrests were made I and the idon I
tRy of the wounded man la unknown
Evidence that there was money
passed between certain members of 1
the Illinois legislature was not Ig
nored by the subcommittee but it I
was declared that if the votes of the
members charged either with receiv
ing or paying money had been elimi
nated Mr Lorimer would still have a
majority of thrco votes
The subcommiftcp was a unit In
asserting that the evidence did not
show Mr Lorimer had been connected
with the alleged distribution of a
jackpot 01 anj money to Influence I
the legislature In the preferment of
CAVAlRY HORStS I
fORD RIO GRADE
DURrm BA un
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EAGLE PASS Texas Dec 171bo I
engagement at OJinaga above Presidio
between Mexican troops and insurrec
tos reported last night Is described
bv wire today as a draw
Nineteen Mexican government cav I
alry horses with saddles and snbrca
and four pack mules that came to this
side of the river during the fight are
reported In possession of United I
States cttstomsvpfflccrs at Presidio
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TRYING TO GET ENGINEERS
EL PASO Totns Dec 17 Agents
for the Mexican Northwestern rail
road are in the city today trying to
engage engineers and other trainmen
to operate the trains Owing to tho
threatening attitude of the Insurrectos
old employes have refused to work
and the road Is Uejl up
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BOOM FOR TAWNEY
WASHINGTON Tec liA boom
for Representative James A Tawnoy
chairman of the house comnJltten on
appropriations for the governorship
of the Isthmian canal ono was start
ed In the house today Mr Tawney I
was defeated for reelection
himself for the senatorship
I There were rumors In circulation
about the capital today that two or
three members of the committee on
prlvIeges and elections would llle
statements of their views indicating
their bolleT that it had been shown
that money had been passed between
certain members of the legislature
It was the understanding however
hat these statements would not In
any sense in the form of minority re
I ports and that they would not in any
manner however indirect reflect upon
the junior Illinois senator
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IN fAS1IONABlE
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NEW YORK Dec iOne of the
new fashionable hotels In Now York
under international management has
lifted tho ban and now permits wom
en to smoke In any part of the house
A horrified guest reported to the man
agar today that spveial women were
smoking In the palm room
Why not asked the mnnngur
There Is no law against women smok
Ing Sinco coming to America I have
been amazed at the way in which ho
tel managers hero regard this habit
which Is FO common In all the hotel
I of England and the Continent I
thought this was a free country but
such discrimination Is an outrage
against women I certainly should
much prefer to see n woman smoking
than drinking a cocktail
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AVIATORS IN A RACE
ATLANTA On Dec 17 A race
between J A D McCurdy In his CO
horsepower aeroplane and Jimmy
Ward In a horsepower Baby Cur
tlss marked the close of the aviation
meet hero this afternoon Ward won
on every point remaining in the air
36 minutes and 11 seconds
STEAMER IS
TRY NG fOR
NfW RECORD
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The Mauretania After Being in
New York Harbor 33 Hours I
Departs for Liverpool
TO MAKE ROUND TRIP
IN TWELVE DAYS
English Newspaperman Came
Over to Do America Be
tween the Trips
NEW YORK Dec liTIilrt
eight hours after she put In at her
dock tho Mauretania departed at G
oclock lonlght and it waR hoped to
make the round trip from Liverpool in
12 days and thus establish a now
worlds record On board was W P
Holt British Journalist who came
over to do America for tho London
Dally Mall In the thirtyeight hours
between trips
The Mauretania was ready to sail
shortly after noon although Captain
Turner had expected to have his
hands full in getting ready for the
scheduled departure at G oclock The
cargo principally apples was stored
by awarms of longshoremen
Rushed Cargo Aboard
The bunkers received their G200
tons of coal from a fleet of 36 barges
The ships laundry forty thousand
pieces of linen was rushed ashore the
minute the Mauretania docked yester
day morning and was back again and
the refrigerators were stocked with
provisions
Threequarters of an hour before
sailing time the lost of the thousands
of Christmas mall sacks left the post
office and were hunted to the pier
The 160 cabin passengers climbed
aboard and the Mauretania backed
into tho river
To Reach Queenctown Thursday
Captain Turner hoped to touch at
Queenstown Thursday night If ho
does he will establish a worlds rec
ord for the round trip
Mr Holt completed his continental
assignment today with a round of
sightseeing in Now York He took
in Grants tomb Fifth avenue the de
partment stores and most of the oth
er tourists delights with a brief in
terview with eyiorolcct Dlx for
Christmas
Nice chap he said fine chap
You follows over here have your po
litical people better trained than we
I do They arc really quite docile
This freshfaced blueeyed man
with crisp gray hair met with one
disappointment He could not find a
department store that checked babies
for its customers while they shopped
Scribe Explains Jt
I want to see them check the ba
bies he Insisted until It was ex
plained to him that the practice had
been discontinued because of compli
cations which once followed an ex
change of checks
Just before he left Mr Holt ex
plained the meaning of his visit
YOA Americans set up champion
ships with conditions which you
frame he said You admire your
aptness for doing things In a hurry
cveu when there is no reason for it
Perhaps the proprietor of my paper
saw in this trip a chance to set It
down on record that hustlers as tho
Americans are they havo no monop
oly of the quality
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FOUR BURIED IN LANDSLIDE
NAPLES Dec 17A landslide at
Pisclotla in the province of Salerno
today caused the death of four per
sons and the serious injury of several
others One house collapsed and nine
were damaged
EMMA EAMES AND EMILIO
GOGORZA ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED
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PARIS Dec 17 The reported en
gagement of Emma Eames and Emilio
Gogorza the baritone who lived many I
oars In Now York but who IB now a I
naturalized Frenchman le causing
much talk iu artistic circles here In
tho spring of 1309 Emilio Gogorzas
wife Elsa sued for a separation from
her husband Emma Eames WOK re
ferred to In the suit as IOn prominent
opera singer with whom Gogor7n Is
now on a tour for whom tho baritone
JURY fAilS
TO AGREE O
ON VERDICT 1 i i
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Mrs Daisy Turner Krauss May r
I I Escape a Second Trial on
Serious Charge
WOMAN DID NOT DENY
ATTEMPTED KILLING
Divorced Husband of the Accused
Woman Testified in Her Be =
half During Trial
LOS ANGELES Dec HThe Jury
I trying Mrs Daisy Turner Krauss tho
Memphis Tonn society woman
charged with assault with Intent to
kill Franklin H Griffith a reallY brok
er was discharged at G oclock to
night after reporting its Inability to
n ree upon n verdict The Jury la said
to have stood 9 to 3 for acquittal
The jury had been out only since
noon but after questioning Jurors
I Judge Willis of the criminal depart 4f
ment of the superior court decided
I that the prospect of a verdict was
hopeless and discharged tho panel It
Is not considered likely that tho wom
an will be retried
Mrs Krauss shot Griffith several
months ago following a short ac
quaintance during which Griffith had
paid her and her former husband a
visit at their home In Memphis She
entered no denial of her act but de
clared that the wiles of the man
coupled with his alleged betrayal of
her drove her mad and that she was
mentally Irresponsible when she forc
ed her way Into his office one day last
summer and fired a shot which slight
ly wounded him
Dr William Kraujgs dean of the
Medical college of the University of
Mississippi who divorced tho woman
on account of her association with
Griffith testified in her behalf say
ing that she was mentally deficient w
and about as responsible as a child
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SLOW PROGRESS
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MAOf IN HOUSE y
Macon of Arkansas Against All
Increases of Salary in Legis
lative and Executive Bill
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WASHINGTON Dec 17 Because
Representative Macon of Arkansas
made a point of order today against
practically every increase of salary
no matter how small provided for In I
the legislative executive and judicial
bill slow progress was made In tho
house where the bill was under dis
cussion almost the entire day
Efforts were made to dislodge Mr I 1
Macon from his attitude but without
result
The various savings brought about
b > Mr Macons objections amounted
to a few thousand dollars as compared
with more than 35000000 carried in
tho bill
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+ EL PASO Texas Doc 17 +
+ Fog a phenomenon rarely wit 4 1
+ nessed here enveloped tho cjty V
+ this morning with such density + o
+ as to obscure objects across +
+ the street No similar visita +
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had conceived a mad infatuation
Later Mme Gogorza sued Mmo Earner
for 60000 for alienation of her hus
bands affections She made no alle
gation of improper conduct against tho 1
two singers intimating that it was an
artistic attachment solely Mmo
Eamos did not comment on the suit
for publication Nothing has been
heard of tho suits since Emma Eames
and Julian Story were divorced In the
spring of 1007 Story is married
again
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