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VOL. LXX. No. 04. SALT LAKE CITY. UTAH. MONDAY MOKXIXG. JAXUAHV 10, 1005. 10 PAES-FIVE CENTS. H Ieter vTctory " combes mm France Most Have New I Ministry. J Death of President Loubet's Mother Delays Final c Action. s H Eouviei Likely to Become Premier, S and Will Select His Cabinet Next Wednesday. H im i v .'i r . ;i from ;3H, i NiiiLi:' it i-cl-i. it) the 1 rham- ' pyr; i . lis tf i a Di.1 has signified Its H i H tii K' ili littili l- announci d the In- Hti iKkmi of himself and his colleagues, and I the Ministry after a 9 t M of the let Wm l i Mi Mini--tr maintain i hat i(v lh IS -l i t ; K I ! i ' ' f 1 I ' 1 IBbmpil Ms i i The opposition hails the M i 1,-nming 1 hat the sniill mi 'or tin- Ministry List night tyu 10 l- it hi- Hi II S. 13 Death Defei-s Action. t" i conferring with mm 'r. ' oubet. Bui Presldcnl Loubofa dc '.1 it hi. for Monti I Ini ar in attend I !) fu- tM i' -ifffc: i' th t ? He looked BWorii . ft' i .Mrs i f '.ni. moniary K bn li In.' occupied l In- rha, i i thi center of a ika III" -! f i "I Intention Hof his Ir.i ' closing . tbl 1 cMl' ; l ght, although how- inK nt lie "M the Mlnls- II 1 ili' m 1 io instead of Inter ior '" icccfisor will b abl y1 1. ly hi ?Uli to lilm. 9 Exercises Influence. Kci ' ":i t this voluntary wlth- i5 fg I .rnl. ilil a il cIm- H. r ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 i,, 1 1 , i I Wakleck- Qui i i i irlly re- tit 1 oesnr. he ma designati M Brlsson, who I Bis presldi nl "i ih- Ch mbei 1 i . .'. Mr i 5 i ''' Mt J VI . I ' mlw'H, and then nnol bi i II j i majoi ha repented- If- 1 Hi- i I'k'r.i mm.' relating to sepal atlon will bo SB Secret Report on Army I 'I hf' : which pi-nvi d most decisive h hai. I 1 ' K T! i- i Hff the lasl v .-. this The ei her im 1" 111 not be i I sit Premier Comb"? was waited upon this B Ci I " .MP' jOwliis; tn ihr- .!f ith of Mine Loubet th" ' I - I 1 W 1 irmal Ion of n ,; ' m. n to ' 1 M ' as the ful ure ' ' : M. Ber- t. bux to rel port IP I..' t ''Hi tl I "f i ).- . i hi I ., j-r- 1 I fo Pres- ' to 1 ; 1 1 ' . WM tf l'-irll ' ni- ni .i i J FOr? SENATOR IN NEVADA. Hffixcn Will Have Opposition in Ke publican Panics. n tt Pi ' Ncv.. Jan. 15. Nevada's I.e-l- ed 1 1 rA Hbllcan, will be oppo cd 1 R ICO6 xix..nN :,!tn ' SI I , OJ. if Tun -ijjji ir ffl t or tt i w I I karls In tlx- nil.- I r :"' :i rt-. wA PRAYER BY LAWMAKERS. . n3Kar -r- Lerrislature Introduces New new M Fentuie in Opening Sessions. ui-fU ion .1 '' Kan Jon I I'hfro o ru pelW f11 1 ... i . r . i ng W f i i, i i,,. oe8' r '' t n of th 1 wll" J r hel r1 1 ' BBTr il" l ih'.- min- ItPi J r4 LEGISLATURE AT WORK. THANK GOD, IT DOESN'T ALL COME OUT AS LAW. WOMEN BATTLE FOR 01 ME Ask Aid to Suppress Polygamy. Would Proteci the Country Against Treasonable Prac tices of State Church. Stirring Circular Issued by the Na tional Leagaie of Women's Organ izations of Philadelphia. Sn-i ial to The Tribune. PHILADELPHIA, Jan 15 The Nation al League of Women's Organisations, the object of which Is "To protect the coun try against the polygamous and treason able practices of Mormontsm." has Issued the following appeal to the women of America: The growth of the Mormon hierarchy In power and Influence Is a grave menace to the American home The Mormon church as now constituted Is a standing threat against the homo, and a perpetual menace to free govern ment. Polygamy Is now taught and practiced In this country, and elsewhere, by the Mormons. Every tl'UO Mormon owes a higher alle giance to the hierarchy than he owes to the State, and the oaths of the endow ment house ore treasonable to the Gov ernment of the United Slaten. The Mormon religion Is taught in more than 3"0 of I 'tab's public schools by order of the presidency. Controls Fourteen Electoral Votes. An apostle of a solf-confessod law breaking organization la sent to the Sen ate to legislate for the country, and Mor mon Inlluence controls fourteen electoral votes. The power Of this un-American law defying: institution mi)6t be met and over come. It was the womanhood of the nation that drove Mormon polygainist itoberts from the House of Representatives. It Is the womanhood of the nation that now demands the expulsion of Mormon Apostle Bmoot from the Senate of the L'nlted States. One man stood for the harem against the home. The other stood for church against the State. Both stand for Mdrmonlsm against American lam. Lot the twiec-n roused, womanhood of the nation carry on the work, and to the end that our daughters may nevi r feel the touch of polygamy, and our sons nwv hold unimpaired the sovuielgntv that which of tight Is thelis. Let us tear away the mask of religion that Mormontsm wears, and show tint behind It lurks an enemy to home and country. Dissemination of the Truth. The dissemination of the truth In regard to Mormontsm Is the strongest protection against the Mormon mission. u y. Therefore, the publication of "The Mor mon Menace" now Is most timely. It has neon arranged by Alfred Henry Lewis. and his pn fare gives In strongest and most telling niantiei the history of Mor moulsin up to the present time The Nallonnl League of Women's Or ganizations has agreed with tin- publishers to Wko the entire llrst edition of "The Mormon Ml ui' 0 The National Lergue desires lo place a copy In every home. In this country and in every library, it urges every man or woman who can to order a copy of this hook and after reading It lo lend It to as many others as po.-slhle The profits from the sale of the book will be used In prosecute the work of the. league, which Is "To protect the country against the polygamous and treasonable practices of Mormontsm." The National League of Women's Or ganizations may he adili esscd at p. o box If II. West Philadelphia station, I'hlla i delphla, Pa Senators Piod Worry I in thejkioii Trial Supreme Court Decision May Give the Upper House as Disagreeable a Task as Smoot Inquiry WASHINGTON. Jan. 15.-Members of the Senate are anxiously looking for the Supreme court's decision In the case of Senator Burton of Kansas, and with some fear that the opinion of the court may result in considerable embarrassment for the uppe.- house It appears that Mr. Burton's attorneys arc making the defense on twM princi ples: first, that the St. Louis court had no Jurisdiction, second, that the evidence presented was Insufficient to convict. It Is explained that under the English com mon law a crime begun In one shire and cmpb-ted III another was wllle ml the ju risdiction of any court To remedy this defect the English Parliament passed a law making It possible to prosecute In either shire. Congress also passed a stat ute making such a crime subject to trial In cither county and subsequently amended th statute by substituting tho words "judicial district" for county. The first contention of Si nator Hurton's attorneys is tbat the crime of which ho stands convicted was begun in the Dis trict of Columbia and i . mi jh led in Un judicial district of which St. Louis Is a part: that the District of Columbia Is not In any Judicial district, and that th i. fore the St. Louis court lacked jurisdic tion Should the Supreme court, as seems en tirely possible, decide that the St. LOUlS court lacked Jurisdiction, It would not. if it follows Its usual custom, decide the second contention, that the evidence was Insufficient. Mr. Burton would go free on i technicality and the Senate would then io compelled to determine the propriety of his retaining his seat In the Senate or the necessity of expelling him from that Cody. Of course, expulsion could only follow a thorough Investigation of all the faets by the Senate, a disagr. -able undertaking, which Snators desire to avoid, so that the hope of a majority of the upper chamber Is that the Supreme eourt will see tit to decide the question whether or not the Idi ace presented was sufficient to convict. HARD FIRE TO FIGHT. About S5O0O Worth of Damage to Beef Storage Plant. CHICAGO. Jan 15. Thirty-five compa nies of firemen tonight fought a lire In the beef storage department of Schwarrs chlld & Sulzberger company, and When tho fire was finally put out not over J500O damage had been done. The fire caught In sawdust that had been packed Into a Space eight fn t wide between the wnll, and the streams of water poured upon It had no noticeable effect for tour hours. The volume of smoke wS .! ie that tho firemen wen- compelled to relieve each other every few minutes to escape suffocation. ONE DEAD AND EIGHT HURT, Terrible Explosion of Gas Used for Heating Purposes. GARNETT, Kan., Jan. li. Frunk .Tohnnon wan killed and eight persons wcro Injured, one fulally, by the rxploklon of ga u:"il for h.-nt-Inif puniows., in the hart rnent of J. W. Kush Ing'.i bakery here tonight. Thri-e Jitnnll utore l.ull.llni woe Jr-m..i ImIi.j.J und a . .-. n other damaged. Th Injured: J. B. FASHING, fatally hurl. MRS. J. W, FASHING and her three chll fln d ICD. STBWABT. Ml, and UR8 HENRY DEDRICH. MURDERED HIS WiFE. Raihoad Conductor Then Commits Suicide Cnuse, Jealousy. NBEPI'ES, pal., J.m. ).".. While at the din ' ner taldo thin afternoon . C. Slory, n Bants Fe conductor, formerly of L,o Angeles, shot and Instantly killed hln uin Ih linm. dlately afterward Hhot I ' I n im-If through tho head, dyluR almost Instantly. The COUp)0 (Vert! a!on at the tints of the shooting, Jealousj thy oaUSS (.'C lUu tragedy. j POOR SHOWING POR m SMOOT Apostle's Friends Do1 Him No Good. Create Bad Impression by Obvious Efforts to Mislead. Judge McCnrty of Utah Supreme Court Will Take Witness Stand Today. Ey A. F. Philips. Special to Tho Tribune. W ASHINGTON. D. C. Jan. 15. When the Committee cn Privileges and Elections adjourned last evening, seventeen of the forty-four witnesses subpoenaed in be half of Apostolic Senator Smoot had been heard. Three of them, former Governor Mi 'until II and Congressman French of Idaho, and Jlyram K. Booth of Salt Iakc, attempted stump-speeches, and all left the stand leaving an Impression that, to say the least, was not Ilrst-cluss. .Mi l '..in. ell has : Iim'. attempt! d to square lnm. If after the Idaho Legislature read liiru the riot aet. llyram K. Booth will tomorrow ask to correct 1:1s testimony, llo has discovered that with all his knowl edge of legal lore, some of his evidence Will not stand the test or Ctah statutes. Caused His Star to Wane. Burton I French, not having asked to make any corrections In his stoiy. In well aware that his evidence lias caused his political star to wane and that his career in Congress and the polltleal world ends with the next Congress. All three took especial pains apparently to heap mi Upon the people of Ctah and Idaho, When they said that the crimes of tho hierarchy and of other polygamists were condoned by tho people- of the two States. Tho chairman of tho Ropubllean State COmmlttQC Of Idaho frankly admitted that while lie favored and urged the enact ment of legislation to punish the crlmo of polygamy, unlawful cohabitation, and a ehunee of venue In that class of cases he would do nothing to bring about en forcement of the net. and only urged such legislation In order to put a political op ponent nnd I'nlt.'d States Senator, who has openly fought the hierarchy. In the hole. All, however, have caused good peo ple In two great States to hang their heads In shame over the conditions de tailed by the seventeen witnesses. Tried to Discredit Critchlow. In addition, attempts have been made to discredit tho testimony of E. B. Crlt,ch low, one of the protectants and woll known (Jtahn becauSo he suggested tho ailing of Angus M- Cannon, Jr , to testify before the committee. This Is the result of four days of tho pr t-enlatlon of Smool's side, coupled with a desperate attempt to make It appear thai i ho church is not Interfering In pol itic. . 1 1 an while, petitions against Smoot anil favoring an anti-polygamy amendment to the Constitution, pour Into the Senate. All witnesses summoned have not yet ar rlved. It Is Bald Salisbury Is III and will not come. Star witness Postmaster Thomas has not slmwn up. It Is wild thnt he hns been delayed by the Immonso work of signing his name to quarterly re portS Of the Salt l.ako postofTlce. Judge MeCartj of thi Supremo eourt will take the stand tomorrow. Gives Confidence to People SAN DOMINGO. Jan. 16. Commander I . t (' I itllingham. l'nlted State Navy through whose Instrumentality the threat ened revolution here lust June Wns averted, has arrived here as a passenger on board tho United States gunboat Cas llne. It Is reported Uiat Commander Dil lliighani has enme on duty connected with the affairs of the Dominican Republic. His presence gives confidence to the people that a satisfactory solution of affairs win evwli bo l cached- Repubiicaos lay Bolt Niedringhaus Missouri Caucus Nominee for United States Senator to Be Victim of Conference of Legislators. JF.FFERSON CITY. Mo.. Jan. 15. It Is said thnt a ufflelent number of Republicans has "ooltod to defeat the ratification next Tuesday of T. K. medrinsjbans, tho State chairman. rccntly named by tho Republicans In caucus to succ-ed United Slate Senator Cockrell. It was given out tonight that at a dinner held Saturday night, attended by nlno mem bom of tho Legislature, a sufficient number of Republican li-glslo,tors agreed to bolt tho caucus lo defeat NledrlnghAUs. MaJ. J. L. Blttlnger of St. Joseph, who presided at tho eonfi ri-nce, announced that, besides the mcm beiK present, tlvo other Republicans hod agreed to bolt the caucus nominee If called qpon to do so. Representative Orftce of St. Txiuls. who Intro duced tho resolution that caused tho Investiga tion of the Niedringhaus fund held In SU Louis lasl week, was present at tho dinner. A Second conference of boltera was held In Jefferson City tonight, and at it conclusion some of lho9o present announced positively that Mr. Niedringhaus would not bo elected on Tuesday. The followers of Niedringhaus are confident that he will bo sleeted. They malnudn thit thu Investigation at St. IouIh clearly vindi cated him. At the Republican caucus held here on Janu ary i. Thomas K. Niedringhaus was selected to succeed Senator Cockrell, after a spirited 'contest In whlrh itvo ballots wvro taken. The final ballot stood: Nlodrlnghaus. GA; Col. R. C. Kerens. St. Louis, MaJ. William Warner. KnnKus City. lj L. F. Parker. 4; Patrick Dyer. St. Louis. L The conference last Saturday night wan held following a illnni i given by 'v, Kerens. After thu dinner and In-fore the conference began Col. Kerens withdrew, naylng ba did not wish to be a party to tho deliberations. PLAN TO ELECT KERENS. Dinner Given in St. Louis at Which Airnngements Were Made. ST. I-Ot'IS. Jan. 16. Col. R. C. Kerens gave a dinner lu.-t night to a number of his legisla tive friends at his home hoTS, and. us a result of that dinner,! 11 ,H "a''1 that bol. Kerens does not consider himself out of the Bi natorial race. Unless the plan of action formulated Is changed, the men In tho conference, together with tho others, will "crtse-cmss' on the vole in the Qeaenl Assembly on l'nlted Btates Sen ator Tuesday The plan of action will be to vole for Blttlnger, Dyer and so on. ThlK will leave the strength of the move ment undeveloped, so that when they ballot In Joint Session Wednesday the "criss-cross" can be worked by switching votes to beat Nled rtnghnus. If Kerens cannot win. then .some other man Is to be elected If posslbll TRAGEDIES OF THE STRIKE. One Man Kills Himself, and Three Others Tiy. and Fail. FALL niVrCR. Mass., Jan IS. Today, with which began the twenty-sixth week of Its con tinuance, add "d Its quota to the tragedies associated with the cotton-mill strike here. John Neville, a weaor, who, with hln crip pled wife, had suffered much, after reading of the failure of the strike conference ut Ros- . ..n yestenluy. stood before a mirror nnd drew a razor across his throat. He died Immedi ately. Three striking loom Oxers, James Logan, Miehnei Waddlngton an.i pi ter Hudson, who since the mills closed, have lodged together In one small room, were found unconscious from Illuminating ga today nnd removed to a hospital. They will recover. SENATOR MITCHELL'S PLAN. WiH Make Personal Defense on Floor of the Senate. WASHINGTON, Jan. 15. The Post to day says: Senator Mitchell, after consulting a number of friends and fellow Senators, has decided to go Into the Senate today or tomorrow to obtain recognition at the first opportunity and make a statement In self defense regarding his Indictment In COU QOCtlon with the IregOn land frauds. Whether or not he will remain In the Senate! nnd continue to attend Its ses sions he has not determined. Unloaded Gun Fatal Ap;nin. CHICAGOi Jan. 15. While cleaning n re. voiver today, which he supposed iras not load ed, grahk w Welch, s well-known attorney; was accidentally oboi and Instantly killed. BBBBBBBBsf SMUGGLER WAS HKS. CHADWICK Dealt in Diamonds and Other Stones. More Than $250,000 Worth of Jewelry Traced and Located. After Government Collects Unpaid Duty. Gems Will Be Turned Over to Receiver. CLEVELAND, Jan. h'.. Investigation Into the charge that Mrs. Casslo L. Chnd wlck smuggled largo quantities of dia monds, gems and other precious stones into this country has developed that the woman dealt In precious stones to a tab uIoub extent. In order to make a caee on the charge of smuggling It was found nec essary for the Government to trace all the deals for diamonds and Jewelry made. by Mrs Chadwlck. both In this country and Europe. Collector of Customs Leach says that more than $250,000 worth of Jewelry and precious Stones handled by Mrs. Chadwlck bus been traced and located. This great amount of Jewelry has been uncovered with the Investigation still Incomplete. Tho Government Is Interested in about one-third. At Disposal of Receiver. While the Government Is attempting to collect only unpaid duties on diamonds brought from Europe, all the evidence secured will he placed at the disposal of Receiver Nathan Iies.-er und he will be, able to realize thousands of dollars for tho creditors of tho woman. The Investigation has led to the discov ery that only a small portion of the Jew elry was put up as collateral for loans mad. by Mrs Chadwlck and that by fur tho greater portion went as gifts to friends. The regular customs rato of duty on diamonds and Jewelry brought to this COuntrv Is 1" per cent of the value. Fig uring on this basis the Government ex pects to realize between $8000 and $10,OOX Tho rest of the proceeds from the salo of any Jewelry on which duty has not beim paid will he turned over to Mr. Loesecr to he distributed among tho Chadwlck credi tors. Handled Jewels by Peck. Mrs. Chadwlck handled pearls, rubles, snpphlres. emeralds and garnets aim 0 I b tin- peck. Th- testimony of experts shows that i he woman did not handle anything but the finest articles and there l5 scarcely a penny's worth of cheap Jew clry in the entire lot that has been traced. By far the greater portion of the Jew elry Is In tho hands of innocent persons. The work Of Informing them that their claim on the Jewelry Is to be protested Is going on The anticipation Is that all of those who have the Jewelry will agree to i settlement without taking the matter Into the courts. At the same timo the Government authorities, as well ns Re ceiver Loi ssrr. are taking steps to enfOD 8 their demands In the matter, if so com Will Elect Senator Knox. BABRISBUR0. Til, .lun UV United States Senators Penrose and Knox arrived here this evening and will remain until after the elec tion of a l'nlted Slates Senator by the Legis lature on Tui'fdny Senator Knox will receive the full Republican vote of both branches of the Legislature to fill Ihe vacancy caused by the dialh of Senator Quay. Escapes Without Injury. NSW YORK. Jan. lj. The steamer Indus, in round on fire Island bur. wns floated this af lei noon. She arrived nt iUarutllln In tow tonight GSpt. Kydd said thnt In spile of re i . . i the contrary, the hull ot tho vessel was .Uijurcd. 4 ANARCHIST CONFESSES I Tried to Wreck Statue I in Washington. I Also Man Who Sent Infer- Wm nal Machine to Liner Wm Umbria. B2 Ges?ler Rossenu Not His Right iswH Name, and He Refuses to Give Reasons for His Crimes. PHI LA DELPHI A. Jan. 15. "Gessler LL RoSseau," who was arreBted here on Thursday with nn unloaded Infernal ma chine. In his possession, admitted to tho police today that he Is the man who at tempted to destroy the statue of Freder Ick the Great In Washington last Tues day. nnd also that It was he who sent the trunk containing an Infernal machine to tho British steamship Umbria In New York in May, 1903. II The- prisoner made thepe. statements In the office of Captain Donnghy of the Phil- Bdelphia detective bureau after he ha1 H been Identified by persons brought hero from New York and Washington. Ho gives no reasons for the attempted out- rages except that "there are too many J foreign affairs In this country." After having Rosseau under lire all aft- J ernoon the police classed him as "an H American patriotic fanatic." The prisoner gave no Information voluntarily admitting only those things which the police had 1 fastened on him. Both the Washington and New York authorities want the man J and It Is probable that he will bo turned over to the police of tho latter city. Attracted Rosseau. The apprehension of Rnsscau was due to the disappearance of Owen Kelly, a wealthy Irish-American, who Is promlnont In Irish-American societies tn this coun try. Kelly disappeared on October and from time to time the newspapers havo published articles on tho mysterious dls appearance. These the police believe at traded Rosseau's attention. On Thuredav Rosseau called on Patrick Kelly and offered to take him to hi brother In New York for $Go0. He said ho and Owen Kelly belonged to secret so clotles that were organized for the pur pose of blowing up British shins in Amerl can ports. Patrick Kelly notified tho police . and Rosseau was taken Into custody. The valise ho carried contained an Infernal machine of the clock arrangement vn rloty, but no explosives. About tho ma chliie was wrapped a Washington news paper. This gave the clue that he might -know something of the explosion at the statue of Frederick the Croat, and his picture was taken and sent to both the Washington and New York authorities. M In the meantime he was also suspected of knowing something of the steamship Umbria Incident. Identified the Prisoner. LWi Today Capt Robert Boardmnn of tho Washington detective force and Alfred Carter, a negro, and George H. Hazel, H cabmen of Washington. vho .saw the man who attempted to blow up the statue, and Detective Sergeant Arthur IH Carey of Now York and a Mrs. Curry, Who Keeps a boarding-house In the latter City, arrived here When Rosseau was brought Into the office of Capt. Donaghy Hazel said. "I guess you know me." to whbh the prisoner replied, "How do you mm Rosseau bowed to Carter and then . H greeted Mrs. Curry. Having satisfied trg-mselvos beyond doubt that the identill cation was complote, tho police set to work to obtain a confession from the prisoner. He admitted the attempted outrage on mmm the statue. He had manufactured the Infernal machine himself, which consisted of a candle, fuse and "dynamite engine Where he made It he would not say. The failure to destroy the statue must have been due to the melting tallow spoiling the fuse or interfering with the dyna- m-M Expected to Try Again. W Rosseau then gave the police the Inter estlng information that he had intended making u second attempt to blow up th statue, this time with a time-clock ma chine. As It was difficult to get past the sentries after nightfall he Intended going mm to the urseiml at about dusk, arrange tho Infernal machine so that it would explode nt about midnight and then hang It on the statue. Regarding the sending of the Infernal machine to the steamship Umbria, Ros seau said that the police report of all his movements after the I'mbrla Incident up to tho time they lost track Of him was cor ret t. Where he has been between May, 1808, and last week ho will not say, al ways replying: "That Is for you to Und He said he made part of the I'mbrla 1 Infernal machine in Chicago and then took It tn .New York In a trunk. In New York he obtained a room nt Mrs. Curry's place or.d there finished the work of making the machine. He admitted writing the pote to Police Commissioner Greeno which "The ma da greets you and wishes you well. The society has declared war (i gainst England and has ordered the de slruetlon of every ship flying the British ii tg that sails out of New York. The so- IJJH cletv has undertaken to char New York harbor of British ships, and it will sue- mm mmm It was this not- of warning that ld to the finding of the trunk before It was placed on the steamship. An American Farmer. The prisoner was closely questioned re gardlng tho motive for blowing up the I'mhrla. but was non-committal. He snld thnt he was born In America and that he was a farmer. H He admitted his name was not "GeaS lev Rosseau."' He said he had tend much and that he wns a student of social ocon- J omy. Ho took the name of "Gcssler Ros scan'' because two of his Ideals had those 1 names. Albrecht Gesslor. the Swiss die tator, who, tradition says, was killed by H William Tell In 1307. and Jean Jacques H the French philosopher and H writer, who died In 1778, B Rosseau will be kept here for the pres- H snt AS he Infernal machine found In H his possession wns not loaded, he com- H mltted no crime. He is held for attempt Ing to extort money from Patrick Kelly SH Under false pretenses. An affair like the H i n Ident Is a felony punlsliablo bj twenty years' impii&oumcriU