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f. LX- ' Salt Lake Cu t, Utah. Friday Morning. December 30, 1904. 10 PAGES.- five cents. I I
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L Work by Life-Savers
K Battle With Seeth-
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BfnMen From Craft Stranded
en Diamond Shoal.
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Cause of Surprise
In Paris Supposed to Be Due to Re
newed Activity in Russian
PARIS. Dec. 29 The members of the
International commission on the North
sea incident were surprised today to hear
that Admiral Kaznakoff tin- Russian
member, had been recalled The dispatch
from St. Petersburg announcing the
change, was laid before Admiral Kazna
koff tonight, but he declined to discus?
ST PETERSBURG. Dec. 20 Ad
miral Kasnakoff la returning to Russia
and will b2 replaced by Vice-Admiral
DoUbaseoft as Russian commissioner
on the International commission t Par
is, which is to Inquire Into the North
sea incident. Doubassoff will start for
Paris next week.
Admiral Kasnakoff is returning ix-cnnse
of Ill-health it seams not yet deter
mined absolutely whether he will be able
to continue as a member of the cr.inmls
sion. At iik- admiralty th- news of his
break-down did nol cause surprise, it be
ing feared when lie was appointed that
he could not support the strain.
PARIS Dec. 80. The EJcho de Paris
learns that Admiral Kasnakoff received
a elplier distati h from Urnnd Iiiike Alex
is Informing him that the Bmperor wished
to confer with him concerning the North
.- .i . ommisslon, There is time for the
Admiral to go to St. Petersburg and re
turn before the commission meets on
January 9. It Is possible, the Echo do
P.iris says, that some other appointment
awaits lilrn. but if SO, he is not aware of
the fact Vice-Admiral Poubassoff, the
paper adds. Is expected here on a matter
not connected With the North sea. affair,
nam lv. the ordering of torpedo boat dC-slnjV'-i's
t . i r his Government.
TELEGRAPHS DR. CHADWICK.
Expert Alienist Makes Study of Pris
oner in County Jail
I.KV ELAND, O., Dec. 29. Counsel f..r
Mrs. rhadwlck said today that nothing
would be done in regard to securing ball
for Mr? Chadwlck before next Tuesday, if
Mrs. Chndwlck has sent the following
telegram tO her husband. Dr. Lcro S
Chadwh'k, In care ..f SIk i HT Uarr- in Ni v.
York, to hi delivered immediately upon
the doctor's arrival from Europe:
"Comt i" Cleveland with Sin riff Rarry
Immedlati ly li not light extradition and
avoid losa of time and money.
'CABBIE L CHADWICK '
Mr C. J. Aldrlch an alienist, called upon
Mis Chadwlck at the county jail today
and had a conference with her
Iir Aldrlch hits been culled :is an expert
In a ninnh'-r of criminal c;tses In n-toforo
Where the defense claimed Insanity The
visit ol Ir Aldrlch today Is taken to In
dlcati the line of defense that Will bo set
up In Mrs Chad Wick's case.
Dr Aldrlch, when seen shortly after hln
call upon Mrs, Chadwlck declined to say
Whether or not he had visited upon the
request of her counsel.
I talked with Mrs Chadwlck and made
a thorough studv of her mental charac
teristics " said the doctor. "1 am not
in-, pared at this time p. make any state
nu nt as to my conclusions In her case
Lab r however, 1 may decide to talk on
Carried Away the Courthouse.
ABERDEEN, S. l. Dec .-The
crowd of men Who went from bi iby to
Hini'or Tinsdav night and carried off by
force the county records in the court-
ai d then left Word that they would
iclurn last night for the courthouse Itself,
kept then promise.
The building has been torn down and
idled on wagons and is being hauled to
setb in sections and rebuilt today.
Sultan Must Reverse or Fiplit
PARIS Dec. 29 Embassador Porter
called on' Foreign Ministe r Inlcasse today
and discussed the situation in Ui ICO
Which Is seriously Occupying the Minister
No definite naval or military steps nave
vet been decided upon but It Is evident
Dcit Prance is determined to act decisive
ly unless in. Sultan reverses his offensive
attitude toward KVai cv
Wild Cat Promoters Sentenced.
CHICAGO, Dec. 29. C W. Jacobs and
Charles W Van Anden were today sent
to prison on charges of using the mulls
to promote ' wild cat'' Insurance deals,
I-,,.. I,- was sentenced to two .ais in the
n nltentlary and fined JPXO, while Van
Anden was s. nten- ed to the ltou.se f cor
rection lor uiio yva.r and fined JWW.
I Will be issued Sunday day -
v after tomorrow.
i' News dealers must order ex- v
-I tra numbers in advance, as
only enough will be printed to v
Z' supply immediate demand. v
DAVID KEITH LIKES MEXICO.
Sajs It Is Wonderfully Rich in Re
sources and May Invest Heavily.
Special to The Tribune.
CITV OP MEXICO, Dec 29. David
K Ith, president of the Silver King Min
ing company of Salt Lake City, Is in
Mexico for the purpose of looking up
Mexican Investments He expects to stay
in the Republic some time, and will in.
VBStlgate mining and agricultural propo
sitions Concerning his visit Mr. Keith
This is m first trip Into Mexico, and
I am here to seek opportunities for prof
itable Investments, Just what will result
from m visit J am unable to state at tho
present time, but it is altogether probable
that I will become ope of the numerous
American Investors In Mexican enter
prises. If my associates and I decide to
Invest in Mexico, our operations will not
be on a small scale. We will enter the
Mexican field to sta. and will a.sslst In
developing the wonderfully rich resources
of the country."
RUSSIAN LOAN ARRANGED.
German Financiers, Headed by Men
delssohns, Tnke Whole Si 15,500,000.
ST PETERSBURG, Dec. 29. Arrange
menls for the Issue of a 4 per cent loan
of Jllf..fi).000 have been definitely con
cluded with a group of financiers head
ed by the Mendelssohns Of li-rlln and
Including the Blelchroder.s, tho Dlsconfo
OessellBchaft and the Mandela Gessells
Chaft of Berlin: the Eippmuns and Ro
St nthals of Amsterdam, the International
Rank of Commerce of St. Petersburg, tho
Discount bank, the Rurslan bank; tho 1
i . reign Trade bank and other St. Peters
burg and Moscow houses. There will be
no drawing of bonds for compulsory re
I demptlon or conversion for twelve years.
Chicago Not Liable lor Damages.
CHICAGO. Doc. 29 Judge Charles M
Walker today decided that the city of
Chicago is not liable for damages grow
ing out of the loss of life In connection
with the Iroquois theater fire.
This was the last day In which, under
tho law, cliilma for damages could bo
filed. In the last hour of the court to
day forty-nine suits aggregating WfiO.ftiO
were filed In the circuit and Supremo
Senator Clark to Sail for Home.
PARIS. Dec. 89. United States Senator
William A. Clark of Montana, with Ins
wife and child, will sail for New York
on board the German Lloyd steamship
Kron Prinz Wllhelm on January 4. and
thev will take up their residence In Wash
ington, D. C.
Mrs. Clark has lived several years In
Gives Up Practice of Law
LONDON i 1 losepfi "1 i'i.. .ai.-
the Aroorlcan embassador here, does nol
intend to toki up law practice when h -returns
to New York, as reported in tie
press here. He considers he has been
away too long from tin1 bar to resume
ptactfee at his m;'-
Data for Life of Mark Hanna.
CLEVELAND . !. 29.-Elmer Do
ver private set retary to the late Senator
Marcus A Hanna. Is collecting data to be
used In lh.- official biography of the
statesman. Mr Dover has undertaken the
work at thu request of the iioxuia family.
THOMAS WILL BE
Sail Lake Postmaster
to Save Smoot,
Has Record Against and for
Ecclesiastics So It Is
Other Names Which Apostle-Senntor
Hopes to Conjure With at
By A. F. Philips.
Srclil to The Tribune
WASHINGTON. D C, Dec. 29. Post
ms tor 'I homos of Salt Lake Is to be the
Dtar witness for the defense In the Smoot
case. His knowledge of the Mormon
question, his familiarity with tho en-dewment-house
ceremonies, his friend
ship for Senator Smoot. the fact that he
has been a Federal officer In Utah since
his rcsidctn e in the Territory and State
and his known antipathy to the methods
of the hierarchy until within the past
ftw years has Induced the defense to ask
that he be summoned This leaked out
In addition it Will enable the Postmas
ter to stop at his old home In Pennsyl
vania and secure signatures to petition
for a federal place, nearly four years
having i lapsed since tho last one was
circulated In the Keystone State. This,
loo. at the expense of Uncle Sam
it is such a and that Postmaster Thom
as will almost be struck dumb when
Marshal Heywood walks In with subpoe
na It is not believed hem that the post
master will attempt to evade service by
t.. i ing to .Mexico or Alberta. If thero
are other witnesses, they have not. been
STRAWS SHOW HOW
WIND IS BLOWING
4. Special to The Tribune. .J.
J. WASHINGTON, Dec 29.-Clip-
.J. pings compiled by the Romelko .J-
J. Press Clipping bureau of New
York for ono week show fifty prom- 4
J- inent papers throughout the conn-
try against Senator Smoot and tho
.j. Mormon hierarchy, twelve against 4.
.J- Smoot alone, flvo, including the.
i Pcscrot News, for tho apostle, and
three non-committal -J-.j.
.j. 4. 4- 4. .j. 4. -J- 4- -J. -J. 4. -J- 4. 4.
Three Witnesses From Idaho.
Special to The Tribune.
BOISE, Ida., Dec. 29 United Suites
Marshal Rounds tonight received subpoe
nas for the following persons to appear
for the defense in the Smoot case be
fore the Senate Committee on Privileges
and Elections In WnshlnKton. James H.
Brady, Republican state chairman. Poca
tello; William J . McConnell, Moscow.
Congressman French has already been
ulip.ji n.o d
From private sources In Salt Lako last
night It was learned that Marshal Hey-
u 1. who will not reach hero until some
tune tomorrow, would de directed to sub
poenae a L rhomas. Hiram E. Booth
and James E. Talmugi -f Salt L:ke. J.
V. N WhlteCOttOli of PrOVO, and Georgo
Barber of Logan.
Can't Give Away Railway Transfers.
NEW YORK. Doc. 29 Justice olmsti-d
banded down an opinion In lite t'ourt Of
Bpi lal Sessions today, holding that tho
law against the Belling or giving away of
Street railway transfers is constitutional-
Land Frauds Keep
Grand Jury Busy
Likely to Be in Session Three Weeks
Longer on Conspiracy Cases
PORTLAND, Dec 29, Congressman
Binger Hermann finished his work before
the Federal grand Jury today and this
afternoon United States Marshal w P
Mathews, Slate Senator George C. Brow
null of Oregon City and Former Surveyor
General Henry Meldrum, now under con-
lotion on charges of forgery, went before
the Jury as wltiv - Bel
It was expected that W. F. Valk, who
has been In Portland for soma time, wait
ing to go before tin- grand jury. Would be
called today, but he was not among the
number who entered the Jury room lie
was chief of the special service division
ol the General Land office under Con
gressman Hermann anil at the present
time holds the offh e of principal examiner
In the Land office.
The present session of the grand Jury
will last probably about three weeks
longer. Deputy District-Attorney F. J
Heney has delayed his departure for
Washington for another month and Will
not leave here until some time In Febru
ary. George Sorenson, one of thus. Indicted
Tuesday, returned to Portland todaj and
was given until tomorrow to furnish
it is understood that S B Ormsby of
Salem and Dr. w H Davis. Mayor of
Albany, have, obtained sureties and will
tile their bonds tomorrow.
TRACING MRS. BOUTON.
Colorado Detectives Convinced That
She Is the Murdered Woman.
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo , Dec,
29 Proceeding on the theory that tho
victim of the Cutler mountain murder
Is none other than Mrs. Bessie Bouton,
the Chief of Police Is engaged In cheek
ing up the movements of Mrs Bouton
and Milton Franklin from 1 he time they
arrived In Denver. The results so far
atttalned. In brief ap these
The couple arrived In Denver May 15,
and left there on July 13. They arrived
In Salt Lake City the following day and
left two days later for the Pacific coast.
They arrived In Santa Barbara about
the middle of August, and left there
the latter part of that month. They
finally reaa bed New 1 irleans, but from
there the Chief has been unable to
trace them. Nor has he been abb' to
learn the time of their arrival In this
lIi or where they stopped while here
Th- conviction has been reached that
the woman vvas murdered on one of the
last four "lavs of November, and If the
deed vvas committed by Franklin, he is
probably In the safe seclusion of Lon
don. England, by this time.
HUSBAND SHOT AND KiLLED.
Wife Taken Into Custody and Throws
Responsibility on Her Paramour.
SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 29 Early this
morning Bruce Metcalf. a photographer,
was shot and kllKd In a room at IS
Seventh street, which ho was occupying
with his wife. She was arrested on sus
picion of having murdered him. Today
she told a story to the police which Im
plicates a man named Edward Plerco
Keelcy with whom she had bet 11 keep
ing company The woman, who had filed
an application for divorce, met her hus
inmi yesterday. During the night they
Hero heard quarreling and soon after
ward other lodgi 1 s in the bouse were
startled by two pistol shots The police
found Metcalf dead on the floor with a
bullet wound In his nock. His wife had
Bed to another rocm. whore she was la
ken into custody
She declares that she Is Innocent of tho
crime, but says the man resembling
Keeley came to the room while be and
hT hushind were cnu'ngol in an alter, a-
tton. Metcalf, she asserts, knocked her
down when the door wi-s broken In and
tho shooting occurred
The police nro looking for Keeley, who
is a structural Iron worker
Mrs MetCSJf Bays she was hoi p In
Auburn. Cal., and married to M'.i-
calf In Sacramento twelve yean ago.
Also That tie Wilt Be
So Does Governor Odel! and
This Wakas Election
Harmony Triumphed in Republican
Circles in Empire State When
Odell and Piatt Got Together.
NEW YORK. Dec. 29-Tho following
statement was given out tonJght at Re.
publican State headquarters In regard to
the Pnlted States Senatorshlp by f.ov.
as cnairman ot the Republican State
committee of New York, after a long se
ries of Inquiries extending all over the
State, I have reached the conclusion that
party harmony will be best subserved by
the re-election of Senator Depew. In the
position whl h 1 occupy I am frequently
called upon to pass upon the claims of
friends and while my sympathy may be,
as was the case In the present Senatorial
contest, with one stronger than the oth
er, yet one must recognize the fact that
personal Interests must always be sub
servient to party success
"A month ago my knowledge of the
situation In He St ite was not as com
plete as it Is at present and those of my
friends who thought that a change might
be desirable for party reasons must now
recognize the sentiment which has mani
fested Itself all over the State so strong
ly for the return of Senator Depew. Such
being the ca30 t would have been the
Worsi kind of party generalship to have
run counter to this expressed public opin
ion." Gov. Odell was asked:
"Did you Just find out that the senti
ment ot tie- partv was for Depew""
"No. I did not just find It out. I have
been working on the matter ever sin. ..
ell " t Ion day."
"Did the Piatt conference last week
have any effect on your course'"'
"I can't say that It did Many of my
friends attended that conference, and It
brought out nothing particularly new. 1
knew all along that there was a strong
sentiment for Depew "
1 hi colli', i'i 'ii must have hern as amic
able as it vvas brief, as sounds of merri
ment could he heard. Senator Depew had
been in conference only a few minutes
when he hurried out, his face wreathed In
smiles Ho said:
"The optimist wins as ho always does,
and 1 am It. The Setialorshlp Is settled
In my favor and through Gov. Odell har
mony has been brought about He is the
only man In the State who could have
brought harmony out of the situation. I
am very grateful to him "
"How about Black?" the Senator was
"I understand that ho is satisfied." was
the rcplv; "In fact, that everybody Is
now satisfied that the matter has been
settle, 1 amicably and that there Is gon
eral harmony '"
DEADLOCK IN DELAWARE.
I Addicks Republicans and Regulars
Clash Over Offices.
DOVER, Del.. Doc. 20. After spending
the entire day In fruitless balloting, the
new Delaware Legislature, which con
v.md In extra session today, adjourned
Without having effected a permanent or
ganization. The House elected Representative
Baggs, Union Republican, temporary
chairman '1 he two houses will meet
again tomorrow morning
The deadlock over organization was the
rosult of differences between tho Union
(A)l)lck-i Republicans and tho regular
Republicans over the division of the
Legislative Offices Toe Unions, who uvo
In the majority Insist on having two
thirds of the offices, while the regulars
demand that they be equally divided.
The Senate continued In session until
thirty ballots had been taken All the
ballots were alike, showing seven Union
Republicans seven Democrats antl three
regular Republicans Then all the bal
loting was declared Illegal and expunged
f 1 inn the journal
REHEAR AMERICAN CLAIMS.
Russian Admiralty Court Grants Re
quest of United States.
ST PETERSBURG, Dec 29. The Ad
miralty court has agreed to a rehearing
of the American claims In the case of
the Portland -Asiatic line steamship Ara
bia, captured by the Russian Vladivostok
squadron July 83, if It can be shown
that the claimants wore unablo on ac
COUnt of lack of time to perfect their ap
peal from th.' decision of the Vladivostok
The rehearing w-lll at least assure the
release of ths Hour and if the Vladivo
stok court Is sustained, as has been In
timated, in th case of the machinery1,
it will enable the authorities at Wash
ington to make diplomatic representations.
Fencing Accident Proves Fatal.
BERLIN. Deo. 29 Anton Von Holle-
ben, a relative of the ex-Emhaasador to
America, has lost his Hf through an
Injury received In fencing practice.
Ho was a student of the Technical
high school at Dantzb . His opponent's
rupler passed through Holleben's wire
mask and prnelrat d the Skull. Tho
j young man died alter an operation.
Oppose Removal of Tobacco Tariff.
HARTFORD, Conn., Dec 89. The i'mi
nectleut Tobacco Growers association
has sent to each Senator and Represen
tative from Connecticut in Congress a
circular letter protesting againsl the re
moval of the tariff from Philippine tobac
PRiSON GUASDS I
KILL CONVICTS I
Desperate Attempt to I
Seven of Nine Men Riddled
by Bullets and Three
Bold and Clever Plan to Get Away
From California Penitentiary
FOLSOM. Cal., Dec. 20 A break that
was clever In plan and bold to tho ex
tremo in execution took place at the
prison here this afternoon. The guards
obeyed the standing orders of the warden
lu suooi regarciess or tne uangor to rre.
men, and as a result seven of nine con
vlcls, who had planned to get away were
almost riddled with bullets. Three are
dead and three In a critical condition
Capt. R. J. Murphy Is wounded by a
shot in the leg and received two slight
knife wounds. H
The break was similar In plan to the big
emeulo of last July, but thv fact that it
was within range of the guns of seven re
liable guards, all dead shots, and one of
these within fifty feet, makes It more bold
At the Rock Crusher.
The convicts who engaged in the break
were all employed In the rock Crusher.
where B6 of the most desperate prisoners H
ware at work. Capt. Murphy was acting
as general overseer about the rock crusher
and four other prison attai h I. Dalv .
M. Hogan, Churl .-: Taylor and Charles
Jolly were employed ai "pushers" to keep
the. men at work.
A large sledgo hammer was thrown Into
tho crusher, causing the ponderous ma- H
chine to come to a standstill This at
traoted Capt Murphy, Charles Jolly and
Taylor to th- place Immediately. There-
upon the convicts rushed to seize Murphy, H
Jolly and Tajrlor. They succeeded only
In catching the two first mentioned. The H
others endeavored to lake the other 1 r H
men. who managed to escape them H
During this time the scene of trouble H
Was under cover and tho guards on tho H
11.. 1 struggling men
The convicts with their captives made.
their way toward a small post comm ended H
by Guard W. ET. Harris, who was armed H
with a rlfln. Five of the gang surround- H
ed Capt Murphy and two of them had
The convicts had knives Jn position for H
Immediate ue)'. but had no sooner stepped H
into the open than the seven guards began
llrlng. and within twenty seconds seven H
convicts were on the ground helpless. H
Approached the Guard
The convicts approached Guard Harris.
who stood read) to act according to the H
standing ord r to shoot regardless of con- IH
sequences When within forty foot of the H
outside guards, one of the convicts gavt H
the command, "Hand out vour gun, or W0 H
will stab MUrphy to the heart"
Instead of handing out the rifle. Harris
m a bullet Into th' fellow's body, and H
h. fell to the ground In quick succes- fH
Blob, Harris llred at each of the remain- B
me 1 onviois. who were trying to shield
themselves behind Murphy and Jolly. H
"Roughhou- Kellv, the last of tho H
convicts shot, had borne Murphy to the H
ground with him and was under tho offi- 1
cer for protection. With wonderful cool- I
ness and nerve, Murphy wriggled about H
until II rls could draw a bead on Kelly. IH
and one shot took all the tight out of 1
In ths meantime, bullets from other pjpjB
posts were living thickly about. Capt fH
Murphy vvas struck by one of them, a H
slight wound being Inflicted in the log, H
and Jolly was struck in the nock, thn H
bullet coming out through the check and H
mill) ting a serious wound. H
Courage Failed Them
Two of the convicts, named Campbell H
and Ford, hut Intended Joining the others H
but tin courage failed them whin thn fl
shooting began. Tho guards who did th fl
si ting b"'sii-s Harris were O G Tewls. H
T Polt v. w. Gallagher, L Anderson. D. H
w Wiley ami J. Woods, 1
At the time tho llrst shot w-as fired. H
Warden Yell was in his office. Grabbing H
his revolver he rushed to the scene. Ha H
signaled the guards to continue shooting, H
anil he put his revolver Into operation. H
also, at the same time giving orders to th H
remaining convicts, who were crouchin H
behind nil: in "ller saf.- pla s. to H
line up and march In. This they did In H
quick order, going on the run. H
Tho appearance of the wan Ion gavo his, H
guards Increased courage Lieutenant of, H
the Guard Cochrane Immediately lined up, H
twenty guards from ahout tho yards, toj H
resist a general uprising H
Killed and Wounded.
The following convicts were killed- H
II. C. HILL of Placer county, under sen-, H
t.-nce of thirtv -six years for robbery H
.1 1. H I XI. AN of Sun Francisco, serving1 fH
years for H
W MORALES of Marin county, undrs H
'sent m for robb ry H
The following wounded will probably H
D. KELLY of Ban Francisco, serv ing sbbbbh
sentence of eight years for robbery. H
E ot EYADA fr..m I..w Angeles srrv- ffH
ing a life sentence for murder. HH
W P FENI.CV from Mendocino coun- H
ty. serving life sentence for murder. H
Slightly wounded: H
iTIAUI.ES ("ARSON from Marin conn- IJB
ty, serving life sentence for robbery. H
CONFER ON CHINESE TREATY".
No Definite Answer as to Arbitration
Made by China.
WASHINGTON, O Tim CMnssa
Minister had a long tali; with Secretary
Hay tola;, about the arbitration treaty H
which this Government has invite)! Chi- H
na to negotiate. No definite answer has H
yet been made to tin Invitation and the 1
preliminary exchanges on tho subject H
So far as the Chinese exclusion treaty M
Im concerned, tho latter is doing his nt- H
most to the Secretary in conolud- H
iIu. In . . 1 nil.e, ii. tune fur it to b
k presented tu this i-ongress. (