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J THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SUNDAY MORNING-, DECEMBER 22, 1907. ' 21 ! ,
11 flews of the Intermountain Region
m I PETTJBOHE CASE
V jilorncys for Prosecution Pro
, fcss to Be Well Satisfied
or$ ' With Showing Made.
; fi?E0lSE, Ida- Dec. 21.-With the ex
TC vjicm o tbo examination oC two
1 1 3 (Ejado witnesses, which Senator
) .' announced would not consume
'! -ijt ib3n an hour, tbo State con-
' ' qej the presentation of its evidenco
' abe trial of Georgo A. Peitibono for
nuurdcr of ex-Governor Frank Steu-
' Ijlrj. Ida Toney, Harry Orchard's
Lorado wife, "was on the witness 6tand
'uorning and part of the afternoon
Lhj cross-examination. Her son,
' ff'l Toner, was the only other wit
, Q 0f tbo'dav, and his testimony was
-i j Wtiwlly the same as that given by
" l lsnies H. Hawlev and Senator W. E.
'fc-ab leading counsel for the State,
i I Wht stated that thoy were well sat-
Ja Sidivitb tho case and . regarded it as
W. i fei stronger than that presented
- Gust Havwood. The same testimony
J Sic the former trial was given, and
. S iddition 2frs. Toney and her sou,
i vj Charles Neville, whose evidence
" i : V.f Slate rcgardB as damaging, were
' ' fecsses for tho prosecution.
Told to See Darrow.
Tie redirect examination of Mrs.
i jrser was begun this afternoon. She
VHthat before coming to Boise, James
lflj Enow, acting secretary of tho "Wesfc-
& Federation of Miners, came to her
and told her to be sure and see
j J; Darrow on her arrival here. Sho
sjid that after Orchard's arrest,
I! frfl Millpr, tbo Spokane attorney,
Uflt tji to bcr and she told him what she,
j fctiv of the case. .
s 7 j On farther cross-examination the wit
o'irti m id she bad written for Miller to
olC but denied that she asked Miller
1 iiTC Darrow come to see her. Mrs.
Vjtf , toy asked concerning her efforts
j fe find Orchard after his disappear
1 vf, and she said she told Haywood'she
y I Hanking of selling her property
.: : cl using the money to employ Pinkcr-
.i rki to search for hifn.
IE "Did you ever have anything to do
I nth ihe Pinkertons before that?'5
"No, but T was distracted and I
n'i ' iajht getting tho Pinkertons after
j h was about, the worst, thing I could
1 I b," she replied.
' f ''Yon thought the Pinkertons were
1 ' ftritr bad. then 7" was asked.
2f U''Y. and I do yet," the witness rc-
: Mrs. Toncv said she bad made a true
i aliment in" writing to the Pinkertons
.1 ilti knowledge of tbo case, and that
Ij Ihd been brought back to her sev
. j ol times for correction.
Jfark Toney wns called and testified
PI wceming the visits of Pcttibonc to
'' thir home. He said Pottibone car-
tel ; Hsdk grip, but he did not sec it opened.
' ! then told of meeting Pottibone in
-! i fever the evening they arrived there.
1 it Cripple Creek, he said. Orchard left
1 ; fie country tho day peforc the Tndc-
1 icdencc depot explosion.
' On cross-examination young Toney
- f u qnestionnd closely in 'regard to be
. Bjhrougbt as a witness.
! "Did you write me n letter about
iwkago askiug for money!" asked
futon-. The State objected nnd Judge
! Tftsi held that the letter would be the
I lat evidence. Darrow said ho would
'iirsduco it, and the witncsB was ordered
sjKd.h&rc until Mondaj.
; tiGLESON TO RECEIVE
I FURTHER INVESTIGATION
9lal to Tho Trlbun.
:' BOISE, Idhao, .Dec. 21. Surveyor-.-A
c fiscral Eagleaon, of this State, -who
j i I-n')7 bad charges proforred against
s J , in ,wbicb insubordination in of
' f, l'.ira"B alleged, and who has just been
j ' E11 a noAT investigation by Score
' u: arficld, expresses himself as be
V '.jrell-pleased with tho action taken
' t epartment at Washington. He
t j M he would welcome a further investi-
iiplion of his office, especially by an
pendent agont of the department,
C1 "presses himself as being coufi
' I m t ' au irop-T-rtial consideration of
-a' I ,ch?rR0 profcrred will whollv vin
1 I- lf3 "ia Drthcr John ha's been
1 3 v ',al0lnRtou some time, and it is
CSS.1 Jffiwtd.the matter is up to tho dole
3' ? Won m Congress from Nebraska,
' We ho formerly resided. John was
Kl0ne time county treasurer of this
. 'tf ?-nd la6t fall was a candidate
ill $T P)0 Pocatollo convention for
III treasurer. The Encleaons and
,x delegation in Congress are
; i3;n tho best of terms, cspceiallv with
p Junior portion of the delegation.
' s ' f'VADA MINT SOON
MAY BE REOPENED
i JEJCO Dec 21. After being cloned
- , ' ''""gc purposes 1'or more than
i I,;" ho United States mint at
1 I ? l,t-y may be reopened within tho
! It? lcw months.
) IKS'&.PaBt throe months, Supor
; m Ti 1 VoIcord li:,s received more
r IStiS?D ,h-p onn handle. In spite of
f. Ifn!. hlPments lo f5au Francisco
ftfilijcl; H'P -vaulte ;it Carson are
nilcd to their full capacity with
fie W ,s thc amount that no-
j aj?, Eet from Sau Frnneisco Sat-
! PtL i aiJ"tbcr treasure safe for
J KJyoJd is to be shipped from
( felt0Cthc conJitions thc an
Cf. a Sc prenst WashinRton arc now mak-
3 ffl fr 10 reovon ihe mint for
5 wlff.'1 Co"Hf?ssman Bartlett will
" h in -to introduce a bill ask
: V u appropriation for this purpose.
, J Vw.i 7ayB Idah0 ls for Taf t.
1 A4 of Tfint IfPlli'-an State commit-
iiv la ?ao. in an interview hero Lo
!. WenS ihal tho Idaho Republicans
?r norr?r0i!dent BooaeveU to any
' out ?fC0 -,n 1908' bl)t' that now h
be for Taftthe Idal' flelesation
I' Kn1'1011-0- Manson. June
I Wo Northern.
I "9ec-MrS. Wcnta, Saratoga.
STATE DISMISSES CASE
Spocial to Tho Tribune.
OGDEN', Dec. 21. When court- opened
Saturday morning, TUr. I-Iulchlnson, who
defended Fred Walker In the Bocra coso,
arope and nkcd Judpc Howell what dis
position was to be mndo of the case
against Lawrence. Answerlnp the query,
District Attornev T-Talvorsou addressed tho
court, stating that lie bollevcd thc Jury
which heard the case against Walker was
a representative no of Weber county,
and its vordlct showed the evidence hud
not been strong- enough to convict Walker.
For this reason he considered It a useless
cxpenso for tho county to pu6h tho cusc
against Lawrcnco. With thc court's per
mission tho case was formally dismissed
against Lawrcnco. Walker sat beside his
friend in tho court room.
Three young men In tho employ of Wal
ker, at Salt Lake, learning of thc verdict
Friday night, came to Ogdon on the 11:45
o'clock train and Immediately went to tho
jail, whore they rousted Walkor out of bed
to offer their congratulations.
S. P. EMPLOYEES WILL
GET PAY ON SABBATH
Special to Tho Tribune.
OGDEN". Dec 21. Thc pay checks for
the employees of tho Southern Pacific
Railroad company arrived in Ogden Satur
day afternoon, and the officials will be
busy all day Sunday distributing checks
amounting to something llko 5150.000 to
employees of all departments of the rail
The .pay roll this month Is the largeFt
In the history of the Southern Pacific road
at this point, It is said, and the merchants
of the city are. anticipating- a big incroaso
in Kales Monday and Tuesday over thc
sajne days last year.
W. A. CLARK PAILS 'TO
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN, Dec. 21. Former Senator W.
A. Clark of Montana passed through Og
den Saturday morning on his prlvato car
from the north. The ex-Senator has been
engaged during thc past week In an in
effectual effort to settle the differences
between the labor unions at Butte and
tho Boll Telephone company, according to
his private secretary. After remaining at
tho station for several minutes the ex
Senator's oar was attached lo Union Pa
cltlc train No. 10, and he continued l)ls
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN, Dec. 21. As a result of the big
rabbit hunt arranged primarily for the
benefit of tho poor of the city, eighty
hunters returned to the city Friday even
ing with fiomething like 2000 long-cared
"jacks." It is wild that thc Salvation
Army had made special arrangements for
the disposition of the game, but few were
delivered to the officers. Instead of a
hunt for charity's sake, it appears that
it was simply a pot hunt.
On thc grounds of cruelty. Ella Keller
was granted a decree of dhorce from
Gliarlcs .T. Keller by Judge 1-Jowell, Satur
day morning The evidenco showed that
Keller had frequently beat and slapped
his wife, and on one occasion spat cof
fee in her face. With the decree of di
vorce, alimony In the sum of ?10 was al
lowed the woman, and the custody of her
After all that has been said and done
with reference to the franchise granted
lo the TTarrlman lines for the erection
of a viaduct over Twenty-fourth street
granted by thc City Council last Monday
night, the railroad companies have re
fused to accept IL. W. II. Bancroft ar
rived in tho city Saturday morning and
made this announcement for thc Interests
whhili he represents.
The County Clerk issued marriage cer
tificates to thc following couples Satur
day: Franklin Hcnrv Payne. Ogden. and
Elizabeth Brown. Coalville; Fred Peter
son anil Emma Anderson, both of Hunts
vlllc; John T. Lawlor nnd Gertrude
Church, both of Corlnne. Frank J. Cox
of Lane and Anna E. Wllfong of Ogden.
Weber lodge Xo. C, A. F. and A. M.,
held a meeting Thursday evening, at
which the following ofriccrs wore elected:
ValcntJnc Gideon. W. M.: Dr. W. G. Dnl
rymple. S. W.; B. G. Blackman. J. W.;
G. F. Mcintosh, treasurer, and F. E. Nich
ols, secretary. The officers will be in
stalled at a meeting next Monday night.
In the District court Saturday, thc Ore
gon Lumber company instituted an action
against the Salt Lake &. Ogden Railway
company for $i 217-13. Thc lumber com
pany claims this amount as a balance duo
for crosstics sold to tho railroad company
in Oregon during the past year.
B. O. Watt is. manager for California
of the Utah Construction company, has
arrived In Ogden to spend the holidays
with mombors of his family, after an ab
sence of nearly three years.
V. C. Gunncli. judge of the Juvenile
court, committed Ivan TUcks and Doug
lass Caplau. two wayward lads of this
city, to the State industrial school, Sat
urday. The boys wcro formerly wards
of the school.
Coal dealers in Ogden have announced
that beginning Monday the price of Kem
meror coal will be reduced from 50.50 to
$6 a ton.
SENATOR HEY BURN PUSHES
BILL FOR BIG "DEAL"
Special to Thc Tribune.
WASHINGTON". Dec. 21. Senator
JToyburn reported a "modest" bill to
the Senate today from tho committee
on Public Buildings and Grounds. It
ia one he introduced last session and
again this session, appropriating $10,
000.000 for thc purchase of what is
tochically known as the '4 Division,"
the tenderloin of Washington. TIip land
lies south of Pennsylvania avenue.
Senator Hey burn "wants tho Govern
ment to buy thc laud and hold it for
public buildings. This real estalo deal
is being "touted" by tho local news
papers 'and property owners. It looks
as if there was a determination to rush
thin "deal" through thc present Con
gress. Tho land is not immediately needed
for public buildings. But it is ex
plained by those urging Congress to
make tho purchase that tho land may
enhancp in value. That is tho argu
ment, being advanced by those who
want to sell their holdings to tho Gov
ernment for ten millions. There is a
lobby back of fho bill and a group of
indu'strious publicity agents who are
printing interviews with public men
urging the necessity of tho purchase.
Helena Men Indictod.
HELENA, Mont., Dec. 21. Among
tho twenty-.iovon persons indictod by
the federal grand jury yesterday, two
were made public touov with tho ar
rest of O, C. Dallas, chief dork, and
J. D. McLcod, at tho head of the sur
vey department rh tho oJh'ro of TJniled
States surveyor-general in this city.
Tho indictment alleges forgery and con
spiracy to defraud the government of
tho United States. Both aro well
known citizens of Helena.
Park City Ore Shipments.
Special to Tho Tribune.
PARK CITY. Dec. 21. The ore ship
ments. In pounds, for tho week ending
December 21 were .m follows:
Silver King 1.153,380
Daly West l.OOQ.Soo
Total .'...'.....'.'. .0,81)5. SS0
Special to Tho Tribune.
BINGHAM CANYON. Doc. 21.
Guy Bologeuese, formerly owner of tho
Oxford rooming houso in camp, has es
tablished a hotel and rooming houso at
Lund, to which place ho has moved.
Ho still holds his interests bore.
Miss Hattio Piko of tho Central
school will visit her father at St.
Goorgo during tho Christmas holidays.-
Cashier Buckholz of tho Bingham
bank spent several days iu Salt Lake
during the week, called thcro by tbo
sad death of his oldest child, Jdarion.
A charily ball will bo given for the
two little girls, Vcluia and Evelyn Sco
villc, both of whom recently had their
legs broken in a coasting accident.
Tho dance will tako place Mondaj' even
ing, December L'3, at Miller's hall.
The "Women of Woodcraft gavo an
elaborate card party Thursday .it
Smith's hall. Prizes woro won bv
Messrs. Cornell, White and 3;"Ved Bcmis,
and Misses Buelah Wittlo, Jacobscn,
and Mrs. Smith.
Charles Stewart, a. prominent man
of the camp and for manj j'ears owning
a tailoring establishment here, died
last Sund.ay and was buried in Salt
Lake. His funeral was in charge of thc
local I. W. W., to which ho belonged.
Mrs. Inlow has returned from Salt
Lake, whero sho recently underwent a
serious operation at. tho Jfolj- Cross hos
pital. She has complctclj- recovered.
The Women 's Unity club met at the
homo of Mrs. E. E. Dudloj' Wednesday.
Light refreshments wero served.
Tho Whist club gave ono of its week
Ij entertainments "Friday at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Mij'ei'S. A good lime
was had bj- all present. Among those
present wero Mr. and Mrs. J W. Quinn,
Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Uileman, Mr. and
Mrs. C. E. Addcrly. Mr. and Mrs. F.
Darrangue, Mr. and Mrd. C. L. Country
man, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Dudloy, and
Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Schlcip.
The pupils of tho advanced grades of
thc Central school have formed a Jit -terary
societj'. Tho following officers
I wore chosen: President. Luke May;
vice-president, Curtis Hair; secretary
and treasurer, Willis Goodrich; man
agers or trustees, David GciVou, Charles
Claj's and Clj'de Sanger.
Superintendent II. S. Oliver ol the
Utah Apex mine has gone to IJscanabo
Gulch to spend Christinas with relatives.
Miss Fanny A lion, teacher of tho Cen
tral school, will spend Christmas with
relatives at 'Salt Lake.
Mrs. .lack Osborne, formerly of this
camp, but now residing in ' Crested
Butte, Colo., is visiting her sister, Mrs.
A. L. Houston of camp,
The L. D. S. Sunday-school will give
a Christmas dance, December 25.
Mr. Wittle of Denver, Colo., paid a
short visit to his son-iu-law, Dr. Matt
N. II. Cart wright of Park Citv was
a Bingham visitor last week.
The I. O. O. F. lodge of Upper Bing
ham elected the following officers for
the ensuing term: Ernest Kurz, N. G.;
Hich TJogors, V. G.; Prank Fairholm.
secretary, and Oscar Holstein. treas
urer. The Kuth Kcbekah lodgo also
elected officers as follows: Genevieve
Inlow, N. G-; Maggie Evans.- V. G.;
Mrs. Cellvpnt ura, secretarj'. and Mrs.
Pinguej' .Hornsbv, an old gontlemau
aged 7(5, was found dead in bed Friday
morning. Ho wns staying with his
daughter and as ho did not arise she
went to call him, finding him dead.'
Hornsby was for a long time watchman
at the Vampa smelter. Death was thc
result of heart failure, due lo old ago
and general debility. He was born in
England. Tho remains will be buried
Tho Boston Consolidated has got up
tho framework of its new hotel." Last
Fridaj- Beveral men were laid off be
cause of lack of cars.
Tbo Tampa company is also crippled
on account of car shortage. Several men
have been laid off and it is possible
that these men will not be put back to
work until tho tramwaj- is finished,' in I
about two weeks.
Thc Utah Copper company has llol
reduced its force as reported.' It; is pos
sible that .all workings and build incs
will be moved to tho east side of the
road, owing to the great danger of the
continual blasting and excavation on
tho west side, the present location of all
tbo eompanj-'s buildings.
.7. Thompson, a prisoner, escaped from j
an olficor who was watching hiin. .Jc '
asked to be temporarily excused and
never came back. The' officer let hiin
get out of his sight. j
KIRK IN IDAHO KALLS
Special to The Tribune.
IDAHO FALLS, Tda., Doc. 111. An
derson Bros, store, one of tho largest
mercantile institutions in this city, was
almost completely destroyed by fire,
which broko out in the basement at au
carlj hour Saturduj- morning. Lt was I
caused by a defective furnace. The I
loss is placed at .'j-lO.OuO, with an insur- j
a nee on the stock of $31,000. It is by
far tho oldest business in the citj-, or
even in this section of the State.' hnv- i
ing been established in 1.SU5, and it has 1
been in operation since that ditto. It j
was ownpd by F. M. Sheppard. tho well
knowu capitalist of this valley, nut had
rocontlj' been sold to Victor 'O. Boll of
Market l.ako, Ida., who was lo have
assumed charge January 1. Tt will re
opon as soon as the instirnnoo is ad
justed and tho building repaired. i
CANNOT BAR CHRISTMAS !
SONGS FROM SCHOOLS j
1IELKNA. Mont.. Dec. 21. -In an opin- I
ion today. Attorney-General Albert .r. I
Galen ruled that Chrlotmns songs canny t
bo barred from tho public schools of
Montana on tho ground that "such use
constitntoH denominational or sectarian
teaching." Tim decision was made at the
request of l.ho State Superintendent of
Public Instruction. William K. Harmon,
who had received a protest filed by Rabbi
Tsrnel Klien of Helena with tho nchool
board of this city. In concluding his
opinion, the Attorney-General says:
"It i? n-r violative of the provlsloim
of thu Constitution to penult tho ute In '
schools of ?ongc or literature, oven '
though based upon thc fundamental
teachings of the Bible, provided they urn
used only for instruction or entertainment."
Notes of Kayrivillc.
Special to The Tribune.
ICAVSVILLB. Doc. 21 William Alex.
Smith died at his homo here JFrlrtuv
evening, of cancer of the faac. from which
he had, .suffered for a number .of yearn,
lie was about years old and a natlvo
LACKS NERVE; ASKS
. WIFE TO KILL HIM
Hcrold, With Many Aliases,
Wants to End Worthless
Admitting that he was lacking in norvo,
W. T. Ilerold, whose police record In Salt
Lake is of thc blackest character, and
who Ib now being held In the county jail
ponding an Invcntlgatlon, last Monday
night, at, his room in the Imperial hotel,
attempted to force his slxteon-ycarrold
wife to shoot him, saying that he witmed
to die. and that she could attribute his
death to suicide.
Mrs. Jlerold, or Irene Ray as she Is
known, tolls the story, and says he plead
ed and begged her to end his life, which
sho declares could not possibly be so mis
erable as ho has mado her own. Sho re
fused to 3hoot Kim, and, three days later,
lie was arrested on a request from Poca
tollo, where ho Is wanted to complete a
sontenco he had been serving for forgery.
In Salt Lake he made an attempt at
disguise by shaving away his mustache
and changing tho appearance of his dress,
lie fled from the Boston restaurant, on
State street, when a Deputy Sheriff came
to take him, and after being captured ex
plained his running by saying he did not
want his name to get in tho papers.
Hcrold had won tho position of trusty
at Pocatello, and about llvo days before
his sentence expired, while dump!ig
axhep, ho took "Dutch leave" and came
to Salt Lake. The officers at Pocatello
concluded, after he was arrested here,
they did not want liim bad enough to go
to the trouble of getting out extradition
papers to havo him transferred to Idaho
to servo out less than a week. Thc
authorities here are holding hlni ponding
an investigation, for they now havo evi
dence that makes him a suspicious char
acter. ills wife declares that though he never
worked he always had money, and that
on the evening of December 1-1, when al
most "broke," ho swore that he wns "go
ing to got money or do something des
perate," She says that In a few days
ho had money, but wus Ignorant as to
how ho obtained it. The authorities know
he has traveled under at least six aliases,
and are suspicious that thcro ai'e at leust
that many more,
His record in Salt Lake has been so
dark thoy aro determined to llnd out all
they can about him in other places. When
asked why ho used aliases he said ho
was a broncho buster anil that, he used
assumed names so that In case he was
hurt his mother, now living at YVlllard,
would not know of it. Ho also staled
that he wns a miner and railroader. His
age Is twenty-nine years, and thc offi
cials here are inolim.'d to doubt his nu
merous occupations when compared to tho
opportunity ho has had for experience.
ilerold induced Miss Ray to marry him,
whllo she was on parole from the reform
school, without the consent of the school
authorities. He was accused by Lillian
Jordan, the tlftecn-yoar-olcl girl who com
mitted suicide by poisoning herself, with
having overpowered Iioi' in his room while
hts girl wife lay sick in an adjoining
Miss Ray reiterated that charge Satur
day afternoon at the county jail, in the
presence of County-Attorney Hanson and
Trustee Harry Joseph, face to face with
Mr. Hanson said Saturday night that
after an Investigation or Herald's record
he considered him the most despicable
character he had over mot, and If ever
tho term "degenerate" was applicable, It
was In his case.
OF THE PACIFIC FLEET
WASHINGTON. Df '-'I. A reorgn ni
dation of the Pacific (loot, to become of
j fective after January 1 nol. wns (in
I nounccd at tho Navy department today.
It is largely an administrative step, and
inohU-nt to tho arrival of vessels at tho
Parllc coast from the Asiatic station and
of Admiral Sebroo's special service squad
ron, consisting of the cruisers Tennessee
and Washington In these waters. As
now. the fleet will continue in command
of ltcar-Admiral James II. Dayton.
Tho make-up of the Moot is to be: First
squadron, first division West Virginia.
Colorado. .Maryland and Pennsylvania,
second division Tennessee. Washington,
California and South Dakota, lo be as
signed later. This division Is to be In
command of Roar-Admiral Scbreo.
Second squadron, third division
Charleston. Milwaukee and St. Louis;
fourth division Albany and Yankton.
Third squadron, fifth division Chattu -nooga,
Galveston. Denver and Cleveland;
sixth division (special service) Rain
bow, Concord. Helena, Wilmington, Cal
lao. Quiros and Vlllalobos.
Coast defouse Monterey. Monudnork.
First lorpedn flotilla Barrick. Baln
brldgc. Dale. Chnunce.y anil Decatur.
Fourt.li torpedo flotilla Perry nnd Pre
ble. All thc vessels of the third squadron
are in Asiatic1 waters.
The intention of the Navy department
at this time Is to transfer tho Chicago,
now at San Diogo, Cnl.. to thc Atlantic
coast for the use of thc naval cadets at
j MOTHERLESS WAIF OF
j THE SEA IS LANDED
j NEW YORK, Dec. IM. Among the pas
soiiROis on board the Mauretania. which
1 arrived in Now York yesterday, was Ruth
! Lang, thirteen days old. The child was
born at sea olT the west coast of Africa,
and her life cost that of her mother, who
dl,cd without over seeing her. On. board
the ship was Miss Mattio ("rossby. a mis
sionary returning to her homo in Hough
ton, N. V.. from SU-rra Leone. Mlwi
I Crosshy volunteered to tako care of the
child and bring her to America. Tho lit
tle one's grandparents live In Toronto, and
tho baby will !) tnrued over (o them.
Ruth's father and mother went to north-
I crn Algeria two years ago as misslon-
j FLEET IS ENJOYING
; FINE, TROPICAL WEATHER
i CHARLESTON. S. C. Doe. 21. The De
Forest station tonight picked up the bat
tlesldp Connecticut, and received tho fol
"U. S. S. Couuonllt-ut, December L'l
From WodnoKday to Thursday wo have
made 210 miles, and aro nov 000 miles
! duo enst of Jupiter Inlet. Florida. Speed
. has been Increased to elevob knots. Still
In double column formation. All hands
i in white dross."
WILLIAM F. WALKER
I WILL BE EXTRADITED j
NEW 1 1 AVION. Conn.. Dee. 21 -Go.
Rollln S. WoodrulV today signed extradition-papers
for William F. Walker, tho
defaulting treasurer of tho Savings Bank
of New Britain, who was arrested a few '
days ao In Mexico. The papers wero i
turned ovor to Chief Esan of thc Stat"
police, who l?ft for Ensenadn, Mexico, to j
bring tho bank looter East. Chief Egan
will stop at Washington for a warrant I
from the State depart mont.
of Liverpool. England. II rame to Utah
about thlrty-ilvo years ago, locating In I
Kaysviljc. which has boc-n his homo ever
ainee. Mr. Smith leaves a. wife and
daughter and ono brother. Thomas J. i
Smith of Kaysvlllo. to mourn his demlee.
The married people of Kayavlllo and t
Lay ton gave a dance last night in tho
Kaysvllle Music hall, which wns quite a
Diphtheria has again mndo its appear
ance in this town, a llttfo son of Mrs.
Notlie Juno being afflicted with the
" OBERLIH GLEE CLUB
GIVES FINE CONCERT
Spirit of College Life Permeates
Interior of House of
There was a genuine rollicking college
spirit throughout the concert given Satur
day evening at the First Congregational
church by tho Glee club of Oborlin col
lege. There wero many ambitious num
bers in the programme which ranged from
tho serious to tho comic, but by far the
best were fhoso of the second part given
by the club seated as they would havo
gathered on nn evening to sing on the
chapel steps. Hero were included thc best
of thc college songs, thoso which would
have carried tho old "grads" hack to the
days when they, tpo, sat on the chapel
steps 'In the midst of their college friends
and sang the merry songs which only col
lcgo boys can render properly.
Mr. Morrison, violinist, played God
ard's "Adagio Pathctlque" and a composi
tion dedicated to himself by Dctt, and re
sponded to an encore with Schumann's
"Trau merle." Mr. Graham, pianist, played
Mosjikowski's "Caprice Espagnole' and
also responded to an encore.
Mr. Morrison especially showed himself
tho possessor of a good deal of niuskal
temperament, and produced full, round
tone from his Instrument, which was gen
erally true both In technique and intona
tion. Of the work of the glee club the chorus
members wore the best, and In many in
stances showed much conscientious work
Tho voices were well blended, and al
though there was a tendencv lo Hat ai
the planlsslmos. the Intonation was gen
erally good. Gibson's "Summer Lullaby"
was especially well done, and showed
painstaking work. There were a number
of amusing songs by a quartette, and b
Mr. McConnaughuy and Mr. Vail in duet.
Of the more pretentious pieces, thc bes
was "The Song of the Viking.'' bv Fan
On the whole tho concert was an ei-e
lent on The somewhat meager audlPno
was generally appreciative, and entered
into the spirit of the amusing features of
the concert, and followed carcfullv moic
The club Is composed of twentv men
under tho management of Professor Perk.
They left Oberlln. O.. December 11. and
will make a trip of over throe weeks, ex
tending'' over many of the principal cities
ol tho West. They came to Salt Lake
from Lamar, and will go from Iwre to
Poise. While here the mombors will br
entertalned at the University club, and ,
will leave Sunday on their private car for !
REJECTED LOVER KILLS
MOTHER AND DAUGHTER j
MA RY VILLI?, Mo.. Doc 21. Mrs. Wll-
Hani O. Roatrlght and her grown daugl -tor
were fatally shot while asleep, hv an I
unknown assassin, on a farm near here,
last night. The women were sleeping to
gether and the husband and fath.-r Un.-v.
nothing of the outrage until his daughter
staggered Into his room and fell on his
Bert O. Tolbort. a young fanner who
was in love with Miss Boat right, was ar
rested today on the charge of doing Hip
shooting, and is in Jail at Marwllle.
Lute today Tolberg confessed that he
had shot the two woinon. Ho desired to
kill Miss Boairlght because sho had re- '
fused his attentions. lie said he had
dotet mined "to fix her so she could not
go with any other man." Ho said ho did '
not intend to shoot Mrs Roatright. but
had Intended to kill the girl's father, but
his last shell missed lire. Thef? War
home talk of lynching tonight, but it Is 1
not believed any such attempt will be
WORK OF RESCUE IS
JAiUf.;S CREEK, fa.. Dec rt..t '
thirteen bodies had been roeoveierj from
the Darr mine when darkness -ame to
night, and all hope of reaching it!.- ollio
before tomorrow was nbandourd.
The rescue work progressed steadily ail
day, but was slow on account of a hoaw
accumulation of gas. which nocessitat. '
more precaution in the work of explora
tion. Tho mine has been penetrated
about 10,000 feet, but the stope Is nn' old
one and the workings aro located nearb i
three miles from the surface. In then ,
endeavor to teach tho victims, several
members of tho rescuing party wore soil- :
ously overcome late today by black damn. 1
ONLV VACATION FOR
SHORT LINE EMPLOYEES .
SACRAMENTO. Cel.. Dec 21. Ordois
from the goneial Southern Pm-lfl- oftlior
In Snn Francisco were posted ldav i:i
the local railroad shops, to the e'tTe-:
that the shops will oIofc with tho r
eoptlon of enough men to handle round
house work, next Tuesday, and remain
closed until January J.
It Is staled unofficially that after f
first or the year the force in each r
the shops will bo j educed, or the too i
will bo given front three to four dtps a
week. It also is reported that a similar
change wll) be made all over Ihe linnl
man system in tho West. Two thousand
men In this city will be affected.
W. II. Bancroft, vlco-prcoldont an.'
general manager of the Oregon Short
Lino, Saturdnv afternoon said that no
men on hl system would be luld off un
til January 1. "A fow who have asked
for ii wook's vacation will bo given a
week off beginning Christmas day. but
that Js all. There Is no reduction contemplated.'
The Spanish postmen a'ro not paid by
(he slate; the recipients of the letters
have to remunerate them according- to
the amount of their correspondence, ami
each letter costs the addressee at lo.-ist
a half uenny. It is a joko amontr the
caHV-Koinji Spaniards that he who treats
th postman bet receives the most lot
tors, whether thoy aro intended for him
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AS XMAS GIFTS ;
arc. more popular
this yenr than
ever Boxes of
We have cigars for
PERFUMES. mc" aro
BRUSHES. nore In v
MANICURE rj- j
SETS. No dir.-
MIRRORS. appoint- j
and many other ",c"t
approprlntc art.- jf.you
We make thc $1?
price rlciht. No j.rm
floods carried llolc'
i Halliday Drag Co.,'
Jjp State and First South.
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