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! THE LASTMOIHENTS
I tuii:s to find i:xcisi:s T() dk
1 Konico When IaiI to Dcnlli (luvlr
i Alnumt (."ollnpod nml Hnil to Ho
Supported lly Deputy Sheriffs
i Displays Conxldrrnblc Irrltntlon
' On ItoliiK Ileftmeil llrcnkfnut.
Confessing his guilt of tho lnur-
, dcr of Abnor V. Jonktns, gambler,
i at Sunnyslde during tho early mor-
nlng hours of Sunday, Kobruary 6,
1 1911to Oov. WUItam Spry tho day
beforo his execution last Thursday
i In tho ponltontlnry yard at Salt
i I,nko City, Frank Itomoo fs also sup
i posed to havo reviewed othor crime1,
' ono of thorn a. previous capital of
, fonse, that to this day romalns a
I mystery lit Carbon county'n largest
coal and coko producing camp.
, "Komeo deserved all that ho got,"
i said Governor Bpry last Thursday
evening, after ndmlttlng that tho
' Italian did confess to crimes othor
, than that of murdering Jenkins.
i Uovornor Spry romnlns firm In
i his determination not to violate a
dying man's confldoucc. Should It
bo necessary to clear others of hus
' plclon In connection with previous
, crimes to which Itomeo Ih said to
i havo confessed, It Is probablo tho
i governor will furnlih Information
1 to tho authorities Interested, hut
under confidences as strong as
, thoso requested by Itomeo.
Itoiuro Aliuool Otlnpo.
When Itomeo was led to the
death chair ho almost collapsod,
and during tho death march had to
bo supported by two deputy sher
iffs. Throughout tho fow hours of
tho morning that ho was permitted
to live ho remained irritable. Only
nfler ho had been placed in tho
death chair did ho display nlgiM of
cordiality, then extending hU arm
to Sheriff Thomas I. Keltor for n
farewell handshake, lllfles flashed
from tho door of tho aid blacksmith
shop In thn prison yard nt 7:58
o'clock last Thursday morning, four
bullets penetrating Itomco's heart
and causing almost Instant death.
Priest Makes Visit.
llov. Francis Vincent of All Hal
lows collego at Salt Lako City hnd
his last conferonco with Itomeo nt
daybreak, remaining with him tnoro
than an hour. Father Vincent hnd
visited Itomoo in tho death cham.
bor for u porlod of three weeks nml
tho pnrtlng of the priest and con
domned man was pathetic
"I can, of course, say nothing,"
said Father Vincent, "of what Ito
meo told mo In tho confonstonal. I
can, howovor, say Hint ho was welt
prepared for death.
"Tho man, was somowhnt down-
hoartod when I wont to him, but he
. met his ond with romarkablo fortl
, tude, shaking hands with thoto
' around hlni aftor ho hnd boon blind
1 folded and bound to hU chair."
Officials In Dcntli Crmmttcr.
Whon tho priest had finished lib
prayer with Romeo, Sheriff Kolter
and Warden Pratt with othor offi
cials walked to tho doath chamber.
"Aro you roady?" asked Bhorlft
"No, not yot," replied Itomeo, al
most with a whine. "I want my
"You cannot havo any broakfast,"
Interrupted Warden Pratt firmly.
Shorlff Keltor commonced slowly
rending tho death warrant.
"Everybody knows thnt," shouted
Itomeo, "and I don't want to hear
It. Lot's go now," and ho stepped
forward only to 'find hU trombllng
knees almost unnblo to support Mm.
Two deputies stopped to his side,
supporting him until ho wax plnced
In tho chair.
lUflcN Hplt Out DcaUi.
Itomoo was bllndfoldod when tho
march commoncod, and he was not
given an opportunity to soo tho
chair. Aftor ho had shaken hands
with Bhorlft Kolter and othor offi
cial witnesses of tho oxocutlon ho
steadied hlmsolf in. tho chair to
incot doath. Shorlff Kolter gavo
tho riflemen a low signal and a
sheet of flamo loapod from the
loopholes. Komoo's head tilted for
ward. Four buIloU pierced the con
tor of tho target.
Dr. H. Z, Lund, prison physician,
quickly nppllod tho stethoscope to
llttton for heart action. Tho last
pulsation camo about four minutes
after tho crash at rides. The body
was uraed over to Or. Lund, to
whom Itomoo willed his remains.
After Itomeo had been refused
hto broakfast and the march rom
uencod to tho doath chair tho ion
domned man uttorod curves and,
raado threat at Shorlff Keltor, who
arrosted htm aftor a long chase two
years ago. Shorlff Keltor commeut-
.MOTIIKUS CAX HAFi:i(Y 1IUY
Or, King's Now Discovery and glvo
It to tho llttlo ones whon ailing and
sutrorlng with colds, coughs, throat
or lung troubles, tastes nlco, harm
less, onco used, always usod. Mrs.
II. It. Crawford, Nlagra, Mo., writes:
"Dr. King's Now Dtscovory changed
our boy from c palo woak sick boy
to tho plcturo of hoalth." Always
helps. Buy It at all dealers. Advt.
6d that ho wag acting Ilko an "old
tlmer.'" The past erlmes of Itomeo as con
fided to Governor 8pry were not di
vulged to the Carbon county sher-
He Iihwm Hero Hungry.
father Vincent had requested the
warden not to glvo Itomeo anything
to oat after midnight, lie was In-'
formed that thoro would bo no
breakft Ho stormed and curivxl
and A particularly nbiwhe to
ward Sheriff Keller, who Hrrestcd
him Desperately ho tried to find
an excuse to delay the execution.
Ho would not move, but deputies
took him by the nrm nnd drew him
forth I'nUI ho reached the yard
ho was quiet. Then, nlthough the
cloth oor his eyes hid the chnlr
and the screen with tho rifle loop
holes from his view, ho squirmed
and trembled. When ho hnd been
tied to tho chnlr ho shook hands
with the sheriff and wltii Dr. Lund.
In the last nine months five men
havo been Bhot In legal execution nt
tho state prison J. J. .Morris, Ju
lius 8lrmny, Hnrrj Thorn, Thomas
lUIey Bnd Itomeo. AH oxcopt Ito
meo went to their ilmths calmly.
Itomeo was the only one of the flvo
belonging to tho litln race. Tho
others we.ro Teutonic and Celtic.
I'nmi .Men Hate Intrnlew With
I'liglneer of Oml Itnml. ,
I'UOVO, Fob. 23 -W. 11. Itny, Jo
soph anner nnd Preston (J. Peterson
returned from HTnlt Ijike City yes
terday feeling very Jubilant over
their Interview with William Ash-1
ton, rhlef engineer of the Utah Coal
railway Ho practically assured
them that Provo would he the ter
minus of tho road from Spanish
Fork Unnyon to the Junction of Hie
SAn Pedro Itoute
Tills will mmn extensive shops
and terminal grounds here, nml a
Inrge expenditure or money for the
buildings In connection with the
trriiilnnl. Spanish Fork was tjio
rhnl of Provo for this term Wis I of
the new road. In fact, the city to
tho south was nanml as ths rail
ml for the road In the bluo prints.
Provo people got Imhq and suc
ceeded In Intermtlng the offhlils of
Die roi.d In Provo, tho largest .city
In I'tah county. Their sfforu, It
U expected, will be rewarded.
itto (iitAMii: piawiNo
t' .MUCH WOltK IN I'TAH
"Condition on tho Denver nnd
Htlo (Irnndo aro as good or bettor
for this tlnio of tho year than they
havo over been," said F. A. Wad
IoIrIi, gonernl passenger agent for
the road nt Suit Lake City last Sat
urday. "Wo nro preparing for it
vast amount of Improvement work
In Utah and Just as -won rm tho
wcathor will permit thing will bo
gin to 'hum' nlong our main Hue In
Regarding tho electrification of
tho main lino from Salt Lako City
to Holpor, Wadlelgh said that ho
understood some preliminary fig
ures had. already boon submlttod by
tho OnnonU Hlectrlc company, and
that tho Investigation work would
bo resumed oarly In tho spring.
mini: accidknts aui: dim: '
TO IHtDAKINtJ OF nVhVM '
Owing to tho fact that many of J
tho fatal accidents which have re- '
conlty occurred In and around Utah i
coal nnd hydrocarbon mines iavo (
boon Uio rosult of tho victims '
breaking somo law of tho stato or
rules of tho mine, J. K. Pottlt, ,
ntato coal mlno Inspector, has docld- '
od to Issuo bullotlns In tho future, '
advising tho various mlno officials
of tho occurrence and nnture of ,
thoso accidents. '
Tho chief abject In vlow Is to '
point out tho many ways In which
rules aro brokon and tho chanccu
minors foollslily tnko, oridangorlng
their live, for a temporary pecun
iary gain. Tho bullotlns aro also
designed to enlist tho co-oporaton
of all mlno officials In an endeavor
to lowor tho number of fatalities In
JACK JOHNSON' IS ILL. '
'CHICAaO, Fob. 21. Jack John-
son, tho pugilist, Is HI nt his homo i
hiiro of pneumonia, according to a i
atatoment made by his attorney to ',
Judgo Carpenter in the district court i
today. The court said that If the
fighter is well by Fobruary 2Sth ho J
would bo placod on trial charged (
with smuggling, leaving tho wblto ,
slavo chargo till later. Johnson i
was tuk'on 111 Sunday, but waa re-
ported to bo Improving today. '
Standard oil rig In good condl- '
tlon, four to six ratios from railroad
station, closo to Sunnytldo, Utah.
Tonus to rosponslblo party,
Also, ono slx-horeo power Fair-
banks, Mono & Co. special oioctrlc i
gasollno engine with pulloys, abaft-
lng, bolting, etc., utmost as good as i
now, on terms to suit. May ho soon '
at Tho Advocate offlco. i
n. w. oitocinrrr & co.,
NEED TIE MM ROAD
Omnty Attorney McWIilnuey Plug
i K'"K For Homo City.
"Carbon county needs the Midland
trail. So, for that matter, do all
tho othor counties of Eastern Utah
through which It will pass," declar
ed County Attorney McWhlnney nt
Salt Lako CUy lost Thursday even
ing to n reporter for the Herald
Republican. McWhlnney was nt
'.hm to nttend tho execution of
Frank Itomeo nt the stato prison '
Inst Thursday. '
"Wo havo a rich county, tho rich-
est In tho state with tho possible
exception of Salt Lako county. Prlco
Is prosperous, now buildings going
up, tunny residences planned for the
spring, everything undergoing n
hoalthy grofrth. Tho plans of the
Denver and Illo Urnndo for tho de
tour and double track will, when
' completed, old us materially.
"Hut that automobile road will
lie tho biggest asset we can hnvo.
liven It tho national hlghwn) fol
lows somo othor route, tho Invest
ment will bo worth whllo by opt
ing up n road from our side of tho
hills to tho state's oapltnl."
The Hcratd-ltepuhllonn further
soys: "McWhlnney, who has been
actively connected whh the republi
can party In Hasteru Utah nlnce
coming to tho stato somollilng over
four years ago, says that his coun
ty's affairs aro In a muddled shnpo
as a result of tho alleged shortages
of various county officials and In
j competency of others.
"Ho bolloves that much litigation
I will b necessary to straighten mat
ters out. At present, said tho coun
! ty nttortioy, Carbon county's affairs
aro quiet, temporary pence resting
over tjio heads of bull moose com
missioners and Inoumbents of other
Till: .MOTHHIt OF rU'OI'lHI.D
ItHHIDHNTH DlltH Hl'DIH'.MA
Mrs. Jano Kvans, widow of the
Into William J. Kvnns, was found
dead In her backyard about 6
o'clock Tuesday afternoon of last
week hi Spanish Fork by her son,
Joseph. Sho was found I) lng face
downward In the snow, holding u
en n which contained n little wheat
Mho hnd evidently gone out to feed
her chickens when setied with a
sudden nttnok of heart failure nnd
died beforo anyone could reach Jier.
Mrs. Kvnns was born nt Dowlals,
South Wales, March C, 1811. Sho
embraced tho gospel In her native
land and emigrated to Utah In tho
early tittles. Flvo chlldrun mirvlvo
her. Wllllnm John Kvnns nnd Jo
seph Kvnns of Spanish Fork, Mrs.
Joseph Itlchnrds and Mrs. lice
Phillips ot Scoflold and David Kvnns
of Lake Shore, also a number ot
Old ago as It comes In tho ordor
ly process of nature Is a beautiful
and majestic thing. It stands for'
oxporlonce, knowledge, wisdom nnd !
counsel. That Is aa It should bo,
but old ago na It ofton Is nutans i
poor digestion, torpid bowels, slug-'
gUJi Hvor and a general feeling of !
Ill health, doapondoncy nnd misery.
This in almost ovory Instanco Jaj
wholly unnecessary. Ono of Cham
borlaln's Stomach and Liver Tab-1
Iota taken Immediately aftor suppor
will Improvo tho digestion, tono up i
tho llvor and regulate tho bowol. !
That fooling of despondency will ,
glvo way to ono of hopo nnd good '
cheer. For nolo by all doalors. ,
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