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Lest dition DESERET D E S E R E T EVENING EVENINGIKUTI E V VEN i N I N G N E W S CALL c l1cun n make Ja < I can man UP your do 3M to It advortlslnR call when n ahyou tft you > want moro nml the cff cfecUH cfecUHi help 51D r N cW cWJa VIII yiumake wn wn51D I llt1 llt1rnake
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1100t 111001 is Now NowA
A Real R1Sena10t R1Sena10tas Senatoi SenatoiVotes
Gicfl Ille l cccssarr Votes Vols V ICS in ll Senate Selala and ald House olse This ThisProceedings ThisjJewoO11 lis lisrlleUOOl
as jJewoO11 Gtcn Proceedings pcoceedtlgs Wcte Full Ful of Interest InterestwwVS Illcrestdl IllcrestdlTha InlcrcseIJlI InlcrcseIJlITkaI
rlleUOOl Tha wow C ° Ge Y wwVS lailS Before ttl tlla Ic ISS ISSclclon lsslmca Isstiaiice of Ille Carti Cartifcale CrificaI
fcale ficaI Wil ha b clclon cCtOI of ° f Tomorrow < r omorOW omorOWI ° morrow morrowr
I 4 4IIon
I row tw iv real United Unlol UnIt States senator senatorjiwBerfflmoo senntort
Utah an rel
crrrou or r ProVO rCW
c4iuoot o Uah
jiwBerfflmoo IIon n reed ed froo OtII In the Tgl TgIIature lnture thB afternoon that will willH wll wlltake williae
lon the
at t H I I be tv3 3 111rn n olls as a he e get t9 hi his certlllcate certlcate which will wl bo i e Issued IssuedwmiochJ Ilsued IlsuedIJ
oo OO2 ° n
take wmiochJ him surh Just u UI u session 1001 tomorrow ge Tli nrocccalriB nrocccdlrml while whie not IOt ot otrrlng tho thof thort thoIrrlnr
IJ hf at artr f Ihe JoInt dl citaruoter cterthat that have attended ntcndel Nimtorlal l nltorlll election electons ot the theM theI
xrItUg rt charleter
Irrlnr M and nd exrlllg plltog7 everiiiele ltheeiB full of If Interest and many Bpcetalorn BpcetalorntWS Pllctatorl PllctatorlJke pectatoriIoketl
In this state CSjKe2Sea were IOelthelcsl tll solemnlly of the occasion occasionkM
I tWS tll lfltMIlY thnt betolred the lolcmnly ocasion ocasionnr
Inten etor
with an lr Tho Thoth8 Thoole Th3te
kM on lt mttnjw B0cnn procmllnr
Is l
Jke at ft United Atatll KtateH lelator senator n lolen IroceClnl
nr the electOn electlOfl pJ Unied S rlmuiumcously In each there was a aLM njoly aiSoriiy
separately and on aTtl B almost hUAt rhnultancolsly ech
LM ole te vii Wa a taken n epnrtclY It could not wli be e Otenv otliertlo o for ho wna ta the llc caucus caucusLjorltr ca cnuoUn1nee UOUI UOUImlnee
Smoot nt wl
Ljorltr iSoriiy joly r for ° V W Save I I him coult Im the th field to himself when the crucial test came camea camehere cameThere
that gave tht lell
mlnee n tact S meml members U who lost 101t no opportunity opor unlty In displaying the their theirIE3p theirppofltnIePt r rere
There here ere were ere a utII fet Most of them had been een favorable favorabto0intria tavorablthe favorablethe
not many MOlt
bu but they were IUn
IE3p ppofltnIePt 0intria ntment for Mr Smoot from trai the beginning beglnnlnl He le wan wal their candidate candidateCa cal1ldate
the Ca candldlY fldLI cL Y y th the candidate of the th party Ha 10 had ha been an Isue Issue ue In tho thoIwnttatlMUethenepubllcnn thomJgn theinpa1gn
y clndldate
was 1 prllcalY both oth icnatora icnatora8n cnatortii
IwnttatlMUethenepubllcnn thnt Is lUe tht the HepuHlcnns won on argued senatorl senatorlr
inpa1gn 8n nnd upn le to them It Bhould now be beCf betIstctor o oItltAcory
satisfactory Ihould
That I
mJgn tiv todny WIS ststnctoryto
r i tprcscntnlleR reprcsCfltatit Cf their XS coiistltuent ItuentB they declared 11 lucd And the Indications Indlcutons are that thatr
ItltAcory tIstctor 1 to o un4uestlonalY tonably cOIRtucnt tho choice of t the gicat majority majoriy of ot the llepub nepuhl nepuhln ltepublln I ITJ
r Slt TS 13 sun Unuestonhly u capable man They believe hn hnEtt2 beli
TJ kno that he Is an honest hIWSt olcv h
Ett2 n r parI rt1 The they nf5ndorln knlw frIends or Influence laence In the national capital cnplal Alton MtoKlther MtoKltherMt together together1ire tar tart
t 11 li Mt not ot Is i be nu mudl wihout without mare trltnll Joy than egret Iegret > Infuencl In the cam amJ amj of the dominant 110mlnalt political politicalP poltcal poltcalf oIiticalthc
P f th h state ute over lveI Mr Smoots election electcn
Hfl h + I Ii + H 1 + H HH HHTHE H + HHH + H + HHHI + I + I + H + H + I + j jTHE
10 10HnwlnR lOI
moot fllOOtItP0 Hep HepKnwlinH Jlp 1
KnwlinH I iDwn it I I
HnwlnR I 1 y 0 0WdUiHip 2 2I
WdUiHip a I rj rjTotal
I18 I18IN lb lbIN
Total ott 1 I f S st
> L 3 3WdlslUp
Fmoot Hep pp r I I t 4 I 3l 3ldlsIHll 1 1I
WdlslUp WdlslUpKawllnstUPin i iHnJuRDpl
KawllnstUPin HnJuRDpl I ai Iiti IIll e i iTot1 j i J JTotal t t tT
J 44 44One 1 I Io j jOn iOne
Total T t I
o t I c v
One On Donocrat Dllocrt absent absentTotal Ib c1t c1totll J JTotal
Total otll vote ot for fol Smoot S1oot in both toandies 1Iall1icu1fl rf1 45 necessary necessaryo nccesmlJ nccessauytoncIioce32
to toncIioce32 toncIioce32moo < o a choice 32 32ij a2H +
+ ij + H 4 + HH4r H + HI + H HJI K K4I 1 + I + lKHHiiH4WKW HI + + i H + H + H + KH4i KH4iImool 1HI 1HImoo +
Imool moo Gels Ten en Voles in ii i the Senate SenateRawlins SenateRawlns SenateRawins
Rawlins Rawlns Six and andav GOD lVels Wells 7 qttv wo l
The he lenite IM t e pot I ot down to business busloRR buIneaere In Intod
tod o ere ehAr immediately Immcltey I after n nlok afteLkk tel 230 230klock
klock lok kk There was a large attendance attendanceouh ntellnlce ntellnlceuch
ouh not at a a large as In the house househen houseti houseUn
hen ti Un the roll rol call cal for fenator came cameMdent cnmeId cameqient
Mdent qient Id nt Allison Allson wn vas tho first frst to re rend rend
nd 1 and ri he cast his vote for Smoot Smootdid
did did nine other of the tht Republican Republicanmbert nepulcan nepulcanembr
embr mbert Its The vote stood as lS follows followsmoot tolows foltowsSnCt
moot SnCtialIns mot 10 10Ilinvllns
Ilinvllns ialIns 6 6J
tt 1A J I II 2 2Total Q
Total I 18 18TUB 18TIIT
Ths hils ill Is how tho senators voted votedFor otedFor otedtFr
For Smooi SmoLAlson rnooLAlilsrjti Allison Gardner John Johnm
m n 1 Lanen Lmn La pn f U J 1 P Lawn Ir en H I S Ievln Ievlnif I IewIe WI WIi
i if e Love LotI McKay Williams WllamSota WllamSotaFor WillIamsTotal WillIamsTotalFor Total TotalFor
For For UawllnsUamberffer naltln lamberler Domes Domesliennlon Ilarnls Ilarnlsrbr homesmttr
rbr mttr liennlon lennlon Murdock Whit Whitttt W hit hitreTci
r reTci Total e CFor
F For r WtlsLwrence Wis ttt Laurence Sherman ShermnnA j erman2 erman2AMIjEflCJ 2 2JMMBERQFR
When Wh n Mr liamberger arose nrse to cast casts
s vots tOI O5 he h s paid I desire Ilesr to cast Clst my
gt Ie e for a gentleman gfnteman who was born orn orn1er
fier 1er the shadow of the Wasatch
Inie nle wlihin wihin IthIi sight Eigh Of our beautiful beaullfulr
IY wbo h ha ha a5 rrt1Vi receirl > J the th greater part
r ii rNIIt1
UU hlluraton u educatjon 1u ° ln in this county nt the iheho
Ate Unlnrmy WhoRe ho integrity has haaloned
I r bn teen qU quesLIo llonl loned who enjoys the
fWrtUon aTtJs of all 11 those Ihosl who have ha had hadfof l9td
e 0 eaur fof ot f
leutp knowing him He Is lathotio
hlT bl t Iescrtd rte by thotio IhO who are not notth
hi Lis Illral poIJtIcI talh fitIi th and has hn served servedi Herell
e peole le i of this IIi stale nnd served servedwni
Iln the rn l Wp wni t llh lh credit rll to himself hllsel IlrlM and andL
L Mtiihttion PlsCatton cf t all al I feel tell confi
nt conf
p every
iery ppy memlxr of this body
QUa U hol
Irtlnlr crtanI can cas bin hi i vole ote for him himtaiYflii
taiYflii taiYfliiUl II I t er not Ul for PoUticftl polUcnl differences
n i rwl dlIerences
rll mvi nyir if honored to have hnll the theWREVTE
icuit lUnly to ole t for or thp tIi lon lion Joseph
RlHO 10 o i I himself
as Sean
rot r f
Ihe th tnltC SlaleWnr Slale 1atesWflEi
FMtor enator then In
wrfnce explalnln
lot Ct
lAid llr Ir Ieslijent hlent
w lt tel
I Ibrs trbmberi ot the ti senatl enat castIng
r Iote Yot for fi Jncaslni
I ate of T a In mn to reprsent represent tht til
tah tOt f th
1ah next six Ix years In
t nap sii IC rf thl thl nti States nnr 1
WUe L of f the enll nm nmthat
tlth rspnlllty IrsntIiIit that tmt restmmiler relt rest
rrbIp eel every mmiler meml > r of thl thk <
ntble leglal3 UtA to tuId otc f to
Ihe hlgh a ma maniul man I
ho o In Inlegrty Intvgrlry and nbllt ability and nnrttt
nt t the nlY JUIgrnl UIgn at wi iii bet hL21t rpr repre I
tm rus grutviri
arid slnb
Ie hej tni gwing i
Indll1r8 at
our stat
t2tIcaai i
ID II tonal that lelaup is au hals halls In exert
wr 1th Inhldunlehoteo choice 1 am 1m
nt Ilr ITr iert Ih 5014 olt Ide Idea ot seuring surIng thl the
011 our OWn tote
ton tIcn at and th thd
latge of f a man or ort0nconiln8 ia
sI ttraan lar Intel
nul fthr I hr tt
alnlnlnp 5It atin ii BIll COncernIng whope
tnt l tln fltrs fo e ht fxperlence ant nd ttnl ttnlIn bll
n i L n that exall cxaltj 011 cIllee U t1wr r
at Ih n fuNtfn U5Ilr0 h I4arInj arlng In mind mindof
to L Ian flan I ho Is elPtc lier here tothay
Tse4 tOay
rpfelnl nt t only °
lt the
fh 1 IhCii r p pepIe ple at
1It rat jhtul of In rrrrnre net to cretl1 cre l or ° r dl
Ip p I ti5 7 t butthat but that he I Is to ton
I hirJi tlal O5tIflgl1hIel lnglll n tll 1 1 body Lxxi of
I ty
hlrJ a
LfiI ni Alincrilni AInerlans l8 the lhoearth
III st aM bdy hicly on earth to toIII a aratrlotlsm as
rrr rt
rfl r 1111 hr part In
> Inl tho IJut
lc dstl0I
VJ of tb flnl < ot j5
oW oi ThA ilhtIJ ti 1111 liiiI Ind lndependenL penlfnt
t 1 a Tl I 1rtel PM n ef til thl cun coun
a biele our ur own slnt Inte Is
ttr t ot s II pr pro
a anJ
T Independent
OI Indelndent
aLlty and
5 ratrlotlsm
Ib hIflIp1 tatrlotm M Mthe
Ut 2t S At the Itnl hp terriOry territory > r lt f the IS
thl Irne m
IOd itNflen Merl Ile ft the Decl3tton Declaration
t I niiJat e Hut li In tn the election electionSIMM
fft lecton
1nldlle for
oltlatt te3 SIMM tats i teillw the mlite Penate at ot f the thev
2 beleve v We should Ihuhl rec recl
aM n llt nl I the they ex exist l lit t In in thin thinevery thll
Ult 2T4t certaInly that every eer man l here e earc
Iq ue t admi tat thue the conditIons
aM cORdlloRa arc arcany
Ithout ar
e u t ttei tt In hhOt thla 1i 1 a trldJn ParahIeIIn any nn of ofn oficrnory
I j4 a Irt Itrtrh tTtt1 tnlon tnIo ot memor icrnory I It requlre In
the re reall
fcl eaI UPJeuant JI allluRtOt diweniioni dl IttiIoi all tllanl ° V In Utah atrl itrife
and onllliscard discord tilseordarnongour among our people over tile tilealleged tle tlenegell tIlerefleged
I alleged Interference In politics 1011el and In Inour InOUI inour
our relations relatons antI Ind duties dute to the tht state stateand stateand
and 101 the national nntonal government govcrment by an nU authority nUthorly nuthority ¬
thority thorly and Influence tnruence In our midst hOled lutedfrom IUIelltrom hOledfrom
from KB A legitimate legttmate sphere In an at attempt atteml attempt ¬
tempt to dominate domlnta or control through throughreligious throughrelcloul throughreiiglom
religious relcloul teml channels our civic llle affairs arnlr It ItIB I ItIs
IB II not my purpose pUTlOSt or Intention Intenton on this thisoccasion thi thisoccasion
occasion to rehearse rehenre or enter Into Ho a dis discussion discussion ls lscusslon ¬
cussion of the affairs nIatrl of church and andstate nnt andstate
state Ita tell any further turthtr than they appear to tome tole toInc
me le to have a I direct bearing benrlul and ald appli application appl apphication ¬
cation catun on ol tho Immediate Inledlnte situation situationAn 6luaton 6luatonAn
An honorable enterprising enteTlrlslng arid com competent comIletent cornPotent ¬
Potent young OUII man has been een named namel here heretodn heretoday herotoday
today todn im lS a candidate canllate for United Unied States Statessenator Bil Stntessenator to tolelotor
senator lelotor In Utah I have no word of ofspecial orspecial ofspecial
special criticism cricism to offer afer ngalrst him himnnd himald himand
and ald I wish wllh every cver ardent supporter luPllort r of ofthat ottmt ofthat
that tmt candidate eandllnte would woull credit me 10 with withsincerity withsincerity lh lhslncerl
sincerity slncerl when I say ea O that the basis of ofmy atI ofmy
my I difference dlterlnc of opinion with lh him U Uthe hthe l lthe
the doubtful doubltullropllety propriety and Ind questionable questionablewisdom quc questionablewisdom tonabh tonabhwlsl0m
wisdom wlsl0m here and now In view of the thecriticism thecritcism thecriticism
criticism critcism within our OUI state Itale and anl that at atlarfrc ntlarl atlarge
large larl relative Ielntv to past and present presentpolitical prescntpoltcal presentolitlcnl
political poltcal conditions conditonlil In Utah of attempt attemptiiifr attempttag
iiifr 11 to exunblno CMhlno the responsibilities rePllon lbltcs of ofchurch otchurch ofchurch
church and state slut In one man I nm nmconscious amconRloul muconscious
conscious conRloul gentlemen Icnten1n that the miggcn miggcntlon suggestion llle llletol
tlon tol of church Influence IIfuelcl In the tIi political politicalsituation pollc1 pollc1IIUlton politicalsituation
situation IIUlton before us UI ID II relented and anddenied ani aniltenled anddenied
denied by the honorable heads of the thedominant thedominant thedominant
dominant church In this thl tate and nll In InBO inso
BO 10 far ns active ntl aggressive tlgh l lve Interter Interference IntertereneI interterence ¬
ence eneI l II Is concerned conctrc I can sea lce that It has hasnot his his10t ha hariot
not 10t been exercised c rclsed Hut Jut gentlemen gentlemenpermit rentemcn rentemcnpermi gentlemenpermIt
permit permi me to ask alk whether a passive passivencqulfcencc palRI1 iasslteacquiscence
ncqulfcencc In the thl selection selectol of a high highchurch hlh hlhchurch highchurch
church ecclesiastic ecclesiastc for political poltcal prefer preferment prlfcl prlfclmcnt prefernient
ment Is not no conducive condurIIe of engendering engenderingdoubt cnKendcrlnJ vtrgerrderingdoubt
doubt and InJ skepticism skpptclsm In the minds of ofmany ofrunny
many 1 a I of our people ns lo the nal tnl ron at attitude attude nttitudo ¬
titude tude of the dominant 10t1lnnnt church In this thismatter thJmater thsmatter
matter mater and whcUfier wMtftr It vlll Wi iil not Rive Riverise giverise 1e 1eriM
rise to accusations of bad l faith and anl bit bitter bi bitCr ¬
ter Cr reproach reproachU rllronth rllronthI
U I Is my 1 belief llet that It la InconsIstent Inconclvtentnnd Ineonpllttnt Ineonpllttntrtd
and rtd unwire to place a dual obligation obligationof oblgaton oblgatonat
of such Ilch a nature Jltu e upon any nn mn 1 an anthat anthat flttthat
that my view Is shared IhlrC by b some of tin tinhigher thhigher tirhigher
higher officials omcoll In the Church of which nhlchyour whichyour whichyour
your candidate tnndlflalo Is a prominent and con conspicuous canpplcuous consptctlous ¬
spicuous member I ask tho Indulgence Indulgenceof
of the senate while whie I read rnd a short Ihort cx extract cxtrnet cxtract ¬
tract from a public pulc and oniclal utter utterance uter uterlnce utterface ¬
face lnce on that tnicstlon rluoston Here ere Mr 11r Law Lawrence Lw Lwrence Lawrence ¬
rence read rnd at l length fiom tlom what hut he hetermed heterm hetermed
termed term ell the th manifesto mnnlesto of H98 H98Now mGNow 159Now
Now gentlemen I believe that thrt today todayn tad a aa
n largo 111e following ololn within wlhln the dominant dominantChurch tnmllnt tnmllntChurch domirirtChurch
Church of thlc thll Elate are absolutely areabMlulcl sin sincere sincere sincere
cere In taking that view lcl of the present presentsituation pesent Presentsituation
situation pltuaton anti I believe el eve that I am voic voicing volcling voicing ¬
ling ing the Ih sentiments entmcnts of a largo part of ofmy ofmy
my constituency con Utuenc In Inm my opposition oppositon to a ahigh ahigh
high Church official ofclli for exalted exalell po political pohitieni ¬
litical Utcal olllcc olle within our Mate With Withperfect Wlh WlhIlcrlct WithPerfect
perfect toleration tolerton of religious relglou senti sentiment senl sentiment ¬
ment hut withan with nn honest nnd ulncw ulncwmotive Fincerntotlve lnc r1 r1motle
motive motle to act for what I believe to be befor betor befor
for the thp future peace Illaee and welfare weltar of nil nilthe n1 allthe
the people eopl uf t our olr state lte 1 am not pre prepared preparld prepared ¬
pared parld to yield Iel my personal prlonl convictions convlctlontIn convicton convictonIn
In this matter matfr and Inll endorse cndor the action actionof acton actonot
of a majority majlrl of my m fellow tel 0 members membersIn mcmbNI
In this Legislature Tgl lntur I believe belHc your our at attitude ntttudp attitude ¬
titude ttudp In this tlls matter In II reactionary rClctonary In InIts InIts
Its effects that It clouds the future
11 cIed thl futur po political 11 PChitical ¬
litical tlcal horizon In this thlltote state with wih doubt doubtand doubtnn1 doubtand
and uncertainty n rtalnt that It I will wi be beproductive beproductive e eproductc
productive productc of n 1 recurrence rl Urrenl1 of old oldanimosities oldaro oldalrnosItis
animosities aro I bickerings and nl1l11lenelons nl1l11lenelonsIhnl dlssenelons dlssenelonsthat
that It will arouse
I wi a widespread pre lIr ¬
judice JUflre In the nation naton at large against aglnlt our ourpeople ourpMP ourpiopb
people pMP at homo horo be b construed cntru 1 as o an eva evnFinn eaInn evainn
Finn Inn If not n direct Ilrct Violation Iolnton of our ourstnto ourstatu ourstate
state constitution lnsthllln In which it I Is II re reeded ro rocCl rectefl ¬
cCl eded them nler Khnll Ihnl be no union of ofchurrh otrhull ofehureh
churrh rhull and state Flnt nor shall phnl any church churchileminate
dominate the thl state tnl or O Interfere Interter with lh Itu
functions tunct ns And nd finally fnal thAt It Is II not 11
in harmony hnmon with wih the spirit of American Amlrl an
Institutions Intlulon8 In placing high church churchofficials churchomclaA churchoCcIitis
officials of any denomination denomlnnton In in our ournctlpnnl ourIclQnAI ournetiQaRl
nctlpnnl IclQnAI Congress CongressSenator Congrls CongrsSenator I
Senator Senltor Sherman Sherm Hid ld that he and Ind
Scnajor SnAtor Lawrence had held a confer conference confernce nfer nferro ¬
ence ro at which It was 1 agreed Ilr that Mr r
Livrcnee Imrrcc should shouidle be the thC0kfman th tpokeman okemart of o otheir
their vl vFws I w8 w He wanted It t distinctly distinctlyunderstood lletnct listlnctiyunderstood
understood undcrltOI hat be hDnda endorsed d the thtle th views vlcwxof
of Mr Lawrence lwteht and therefore voted votedfilr votedtlr te
filr Governor GolrnO Well Wel a aI aI I
Great Crowds CrowdsThzong CrowdsJizpng
Thzong Iolg he 11l House HouseLong houseLong olse olseLn
Long Ln before the time tni set for tho bal ballotlntr battoting il illotn
toting lotn to begin the thr house wan wal crowded crowdedto
to the doors with wih spectalors lectlt siectht rs who were wereanxious WCICnxious vetcanxious
anxious nxious to seo and ald hear the proceedings proceedingsthat Ilocce lngs lngsthat
that were to contribute towards malt maltIng 1011 1011In tuttklag
lag In Air I Btnoot the successor of Joseph
1 L Rawlins Hnwln In the United Unlet Slates senate senateI senlto
I Not ot only onJ 1 did the assembled n clbled throng oc occupy ocCIIIY cccopy
copy CIIIY all ni tho available nulnblo space In th the
house propei rOlel but It extended extendel ou outhrough out
through the cloak loom 1001 Into thc corrl corrlilora corn corntiors
ilora where many mllY clamored Impatient
fcr fN fc admission admissionAmong IllmIMIlon IllmIMIlonmong admissionAmong lllllrcl InJn tcnt
Among mong tliono In the tl house were a con conHlderable cnnIldolable eonsiderable
Hlderable Ildolable number of prominent bust bustne buslle1 busiltem
ne le1 ltem R men Tlio ho fair sex IUX was WUI also ItSO well wclrepresented wellrepresented
represented represelted while whie sevmal levuml advanced advancedoljisscH rlvanc rlvanccllssel at1vaacdCi51lse
oljisscH cllssel of students were In attendance atellauce
lit II charge of their t11 teachers tchtrl Those Thonoyoung ThoseyoUflg lhCso lhCsooun
young oun < people were Intensely Intenlcl Interests Inter
In II tho tm proceedings proceedingsOn proc < ellnKB ellnKBOn tel
On tIme he house hOl80 being boll called calell to order oldor b by >
Speaker Hull Hul and after nter Ihe usualpre ¬
liminaries Ilrlnarlel Hopresontntlvc Iepresontathc Nash NOlh who lto
had hlli been a member Iemer of the thl npproprlu npproprlulions npprllrluionA
lions committee asked he
ionA comllt e nlllll to released relPPII
The request WAR Wil acceded alIedll to end nnlllmln nnlllmlnwun Hnmlli Hnmlliwas Huimniitiwall
was named nalcdlnhls In his stead Several Hlerll minor minormallei minormntell minormatters
matters mntell H then received rlcelvel attention atenlon and andtho nndtho andthe
tho special 1lcClnl order < rtol of business huslnol9 being beingcalled beingcalt beingcoiled
called calt for ne H flcpneeentntise < IJrcsentntvt > roicntnUv Done DOlI of Boll
Lake 1110 got the lloor and undllloko spoke as I follows 101011
In presenting Ilcsentnl the name of Smool fin tUI
United States senator senatorNOMINATED senototNOMImn senatorNOMUAFEI
NOMINATED NOMImn DY DONE 1JONKnoprcscntatlvo DONEleplesentuUve DON1BOirescntattve
noprcscntatlvo leplesentuUve Hone In presenting
tho name lame of Hon Heed Smoot presentng referred
to the Mcredness flcrednesn of the duty Imposed Imposedupon 11II iIlPOsedupon > osel
upon the Legislature Jgllnturo In electing a asenator asentor asenator
senator sentor to represent a I noverelgn olerelgn state
In the highest hlghelt nd ni greatest Jrontest deliberative delberathe
body In the lie world Hence the necessity necessityof
necessiy necessiyot
of having one who 110 should bo worthy In Inevery Ineery inevery
every way of the distinction dl tncton about to
be bestowed Such nn In honor should shoull not
be thrown throWI to the right or to the left leftnor lettnor heftnor
nor bartered blrtlet a ns wares walls In II the market malkct to
bo sold poll to the tlo highest bidder bldlm nor 101 given
to pat pnlenIO parvonue venue Ignorance Iglornnce or unworthy am ¬
bition bitionHe bi bitlonIfs Ion IonHe
He soul SI II some lome of the tests to bo b ap ¬
plied Iled to ono OI seeking Ieeklnl this thll distinction dlstnctr
wete WOle unyielding Unlelllng patriotism patrlolsm to our corn cornnion cor cornplea
plan country and llllellnnce ullegtnnce to ho Irish Institutions In91 IrishtUtions ¬
tutions tUtOIR It I might ho counted clnnlell u U crime crimetherefore cllrle cllrlethereore crimetherefore
therefore thereore to give glll this thll alike olke to on onc ° n who whowas whowae whowas
was In the he least degree Itlc recreant to the theConstllutlon thisonstitution
Constllutlon Constulon or the law Purity lurl and anduprlghtnesH andulrlhtnclI andu1rlghtncr4n
uprlghtnesH ulrlhtnclI of life lto should counl COlnt eoun for formuch tormuch formuch
much Inasmuch Inasluch as the conduct of it f the theIndividual 11 rhoindividual
Individual gave us character charlcler and andstanding andstatidln
standing stlndlf In Die nation IHlton therefore tletlr unl we weshould l weshould
should Ihouhl give the best we have haveHe lucUP have71p
He UP should POSWSK rIOgfM firmness trmnesl to o stand
by 1 the right as nod gave glve it to him to tosee toace tosee
see It Inot Itriot not the wle weak ealt negative ncgutlo quality qualityof Illolty Illoltyor
of goodNW goollles that hesitates heslntes to do for
fear of offending of ldln and trims trhUI the tl Map Mapping lal lalIllng flapping ¬
ping sail ni of self Interest Inerest to the tl vary nt ntIn ¬
lug In w finis wrlla of favor rlor or Influence Inuefrl He Hemust lB lBmust liemust
must have unswerving Inlwervll boldness In lie liefense le lefence t
fence ten e of his hi opinions oplnlol UnfUDstlonCi1 Unfueston Ind IndUllluclonnWf iwd iwdtitiuestionaIdo nd ndunquestionable
unquestionable UllluclonnWf loyalty lo al to our 011 beloved belovedstate Lelolell LelolellIlatf belovedstate I
state Ilatf rind uld her Interests Intellectual Intellectualvigor Intellctuol Intellctuolvigor Intellectualvigor
vigor and Ild brightness rlghtnels which would en ennbli e enitljl
nbli nhl him to grasp IrMp the mighty ques questions Ilc IlcIOIR itle itlehone ¬
hone IOIR confronting lontllltlnl him him nnd 1M to solve solvethem Mollothem solvethem
benefit benefitHe them enlm enlmtc to our our1 satisfaction UHtalton rind lasting Instng Instngenlm
He tc should Ihoul1 roia rMMS osss st a I thorough ac acqunlntinre Ic Ic1Ulhl acfitlalntme
qunlntinre 1Ulhl nle with our state her varied variedInterests sanledInterests nrlclIntfrcatK
Interests IntfrcatK and ann her need nOPI Therefore Thereforewhat Thereforewhiitt herlrort
what man more fit ft than thln one Utah Utahborn Utahborn Utahborn
born and nd bred hrel One 01 who has breathed breathedher brplthell brplthellhr
her nlr haa felt her life lte has seen her hergrowth herowth hergrosvth
growth owth and hUn hOI loved and alil still Atl loves lovesher loeHhlrM lovesher
her hlrM tt te n 1OI son Inves Jilfl hIH11other mother motherbhiity Affa Affability MCIbllt ¬
bility bllt and ani the faculty1 tacII tnc it vhluh fr want wantof Brantof nt ntot
of n better beter word might be bl called calel up upprocliablenefw lP lPIrochablene opiroeimableness
procliablenefw Irochablene A Becoming dlgnltv dlgnltvcoupled dlgnttycoullrd ii Ignitycoupled
coupled coullrd with wih warm sympathies Mil nndstrong Milstronl flflIstrong
strong stronl personal mngnetlmn mn netHt were neces necessary neeeAry necessary ¬
sary ry not the repellent 1Elcllt coldness ot an anIntellectual In InIltelicctual anIntelcctuol
Intellectual Iltelicctual Iceberg IcebHj but the wnrm wnrmgrasp wnrmrlSp wnrnigrasp
grasp rlSp of the hand hhnt the hearty hnlty word wod of ofgreeting otrcllng ofgreeting
greeting rcllng which draw men met to him ns nsthe iS iSth asthe
the th magnet drawn dla I the needle needleHe ncedleHe needlelie
He said wMom and tact tlrt were ele es 63oenllal esaental esnentlal
oenllal aental qualities qualties which guide gUldr from fromclangers tromdnngl8 fromdangers
clangers dnngl8 and prevent groin Iro s errors such sucha
a man said Mr 111 Done I have In mind mindfor minI mindfor
for this exalted enled ollco ollcoIs olee oleeII
Is II ho patriotic IJatrlotc > Enid the thespeaker thoIpwker thespeaker
speaker Ipwker Born under the pro protcctlng Iroteclng trotoctlng
tcctlng teclng aegis argls of the thi Stars Starl and nndStripes nnl andltrIpes
Stripes he has been taught from fromInfancy trm trmIntnnc frontlnfnnc
Infancy Intnnc to o love his countrys countlyl hag lla and nndrevere nnlrelereher andrevere
revere relereher her constitution and her laws as asheavenInspired osheavcnlnsplred ashearenImisplred
heavenInspired heavenInspiredIs
Is he pure lurl7 It has been Impressed Impressedupon
upon him from his boyhood that to look lookupon looleupon lookupon
upon n woman with an unlawful desire desireIs
Is a henloui Bin that unfaithfulness to tothe tothe tothe
the marriage vow li I exceeded In In Infamy Intamy Infamy ¬
famy by b but one other crime crimethe the shed shedding Ihlldln siredhag ¬
ding dln of human blood And UI > to that lliatteaching tlmtteachln thatteaching
teaching he has lived livedIs livenIm
Is he honest His business associ associates associatM associatos ¬
atM will tell ell you 011 thnt his name namels is i syn synonomous AnonomOU8 synonomous
onomous with uprightness uprl htlless In his hiI deal dealIngn dealIn heallags
lags In l
Is I lI he firm The resolute step the theclear theI1r lieclear
clear < steady tend eye the firm set face pro proclaim proclaIm proclaim
claim his steadfastness steadfastnessIs
Is he bold 1 lie Is l not the pilot pilotHint pilotthnt pijotthat
Hint shrinks from unknown seas II OS and nndtroubles andtrouhles andtroubles
troubles before points of controversy controversybut contronrahut
but boldly heidi lIke the vIkIngs of old he heleaves holelllllI hislenveH
leaves It necessary the shore of worn wornout wornout vnrnout
out tradition and sails Into seas of new newdiscovery newdlscoEr newrilseots
discovery rilseots r find splendid opportunity opportunllyHas ty tyIins
Has he ability Ills laborri and lila hlooccupancy hlnoecupnnc lilaocetipancy
occupancy of varied positions po lIlons of trust tnmtnnd trnstand trustand
and responsibility sutllclently sound his hispraises hilipralRIs hiHpraiss
praises In thai regard regnrdPneg re regardioes or1 or1In
Pneg In he know the needs of our ourBtnlc ourIItnte ourstate
state continued Mr Done There aro nropractically aropracllcally aroprne1Icnlly
practically no Inteicsts In this state of ofours otours ofcries
ours with which lie h Is not connected connectedscarcely connectedRcarre connectedscarcely
scarcely Rcarre an enterprise In which he Is Isnol Isnot isnot
not Interested InterestedId
Id he iffablo No one can Maud In InIlia Inhis inhiii
his presence In the light of his eyes eyesnnd eyclIIIII eyesluhi
nnd IIII feel el hln hI ii hand clasp wIthout know
ing nat h hI < is a man and a lover or ormen ormcn ormen
men Herein also Is the lest of his hismngnellf 119I1In Irismagnetic
magnetic I1In nltII dignity dignityI 1I1m1 1I1m1I
I do not speak of him said Mr MrDone MrDone MrDone
Done In excessive o adulation as one onewho onewho onehro
who hro IP Mind to faults and ov oyprlaIh < rlnvlsh In Inhln InhlR inhis
his praise of virtues My candidate candidatenecdi candldntoTlNt candIdateTisedM
necdi TlNt no such unreasoning nor unread unreadonnblc unrenllonnhloprllllll unreasonahie
onnblc onnhloprllllll praise What he Is he Is nnd nndthat nnllthnt nndthat
that N I nil T wish you to think him himnut himDut binRut
nut what he l IA I wish you Oll to know knO that Hintyou thatYOIl thatyrnt
you mav the bettor nnd tho more con conscientiously conscientlously on onclenlloulIl ¬
scientiously cant for him your ballot ballotT
1 T ask k for my m candidate nothing more moreI moreIhnn moretitan
linn I his hi life 1ft and his iil character entitle entitlelilm cntlllohim entItleblat
him to nut as mncti ns n thin I ask askfor n askfor k ktor
for him find that Is the most you ou have haveIn
In In your nur power to give he lie IH I worthy worthvto
to sit It In the senate of o the nation and andhcln antlhelo andhem
hem control HIP destinIes of our great greatnnd grlatnnl1 greatend
end growing stat nnl Hint dl ditlnrtton ditlnrttonr < lnctlon lnctlonT
r n risk k you OU to confer vinon him For this IMshlch thishIgh
hIgh ollee I noinlni nOmlMtA t the upright ell ellIxen citien It ItIxpn
Ixen l the kind and faithful husband hu bnn1 the thevirtuous thelrtunuI thevirtunus
virtuous man n the unswerving lovnl lovnlpatriot lonlratrlnt Ioifthpatriot
patriot the cntemrlalng eroternrl lna flancncler Mm Mmnodfoirlne timflodt hIro
nodfoirlne ro flodt t rlnlr fhilsllan the Horornble HorornbleSmoot UorombleReill liororableflel
Reill Smoot SmootTtm imootrnimlsrArtvr
Ttm rnimlsrArtvr rlTI XOTI3 XOTI3In oT oTIn q qTn
In the house yesterday IRtrrdn afternoon afternoonIloprepenlatlvo ntlernoontteprPIlfnlntl afternoonItehlressntatie
Iloprepenlatlvo Hawley JTnwl Inlroduced n nbill tbill sibill
bill defining the dulles of the th state stateboard statebenrl tntebon
board bon 1 of land commissioners anti pro providing 111Idln providlng ¬
viding Idln that funds derived from the th sale saleor saleor
or < rental of public lands may mil hI > < In Invoslert InnlltClI Invested
vested In stork and bonds of reservoir reservoirnnd rlRenolnn1 rsservoIand
and cnnnl cannllOmlnnl comonnle but not to exceed exceedW Itrce ItrceroO
W per r cent of the actual cash value of ofIhe otthe oflie
the rejcrvolrs re lrolrs or canals with their at atcornpanylng n nrompanln nneontpaiiying
cornpanylng water rights rightsIlcpresenlatlve rlghtRHe rIghtshtepresentattve
Ilcpresenlatlve He Hawley 1111 also Intro Introduced Intro11uccd Introduceil ¬
duced a bill amending section 4SG1 mire mireInUnll re relallnfT remating
mating to t the penalty for grand grnnlilarclnr grnnlilarclnrtnlklnlr grnnilIarccnyinakln larecnj larecnjmaking
making the punishment punt hment not Iris 1M than thanone thanone thanOfl
one Ofl nor more than 10 years eafll nnd nd c fine flnaof finoot fineof
of not less le than 50 O nor more than thantlOW thanIf
tlOW 1001 If 110th Mil 1il11l1wer were referred to tho thojudiciary lie liejudtclar
judiciary committee
Go GavM v Pc Pealody PealodyTakes t vod U UTakes
Takes a tland tlandlie
lie Recognizes the Haijgott Senate Senator Newell NewellWanted NewellUnntecl NewellIIouleI
Wanted Militia Called Om Olilto to Disperse DlsperseOIlcers Officers in inHire inJ inIirc inlliic
Hire of Democrats U mocrotsLoler Later Will WIIlloid Hold the Fort Forit
Denver Jan 20 20Attor After it tumultuous tumultuousconflict tumultuouslOllmct tumultuousconflict
conflict last night In tho general us ussomhly ussernhl tiesombly
somhly In Inn coiirpu Our o of which Oov OovPenbody 1MPea byPeabody
Peabody Pea JO wan requested lo call out ou t the thumilitary thomlllulY themilitary
military forces of the stats In order to losent toBtllt toSISaL
sent seven Hepubllcnu nenntors > dO dOdared qoclnrmt t4ocloned
dared to bo wrongfully excluded from fromtheir flomthlr fromtheir
their places lie situation quieted down downulth 110111with t1ovmistithi
with n Democratic majority in 11 posses possession rJIII Josnn Josnnelan II II610n ¬
sion of the senate chamber A supply supplyof Rup h hot
of if blankets was Kent In to them iind iindthey 11011they inCnithey
they propose o to hold the theCort fort until unUII41I unUII41Ilolln huh 1nllollng huhiotlng
lollng lolln for United States senator begnn begnntoday h begiititoday hs hstOda
today tOda and possibly until time for lie thoJoint thejoint lieJoint
Joint ballot on Wednesday WednesdayThe Wellnesd Wellnesdfho
The senate Is divided Into two or orKanlzatlonv ortalllzallollH orttiIztIoji
Kanlzatlonv one with lth Senator Adnmaps Adnmapspresiding A Adams amll ais aispresiding 4 4preslllln
presiding olllcer and Spnigue us secre secretary lIeertill eefetam ¬
tary till the other with Lleutdov ling linggoy Hillo haggoi
goy goi o and Keoy Iryor as olllcers Tho Thollrst ThoIIrs Thetimst
llrst mimed organization has thrown thrownoul
out two regularly elected Itfpubllonim Itfpubllonimand H IIlhIlO n l lolld
and seated two Dcmociatu for tim pur purpone 1111IIOMe IWpose
pone pose of giving 111ln the Democrats II iijority ma majority rnrtjorJty ¬
jority on Joint ballot Meanwhile the Ihellepubllcans IlialIenubllclln8 theileputjilemutni
llepubllcans have thrown out HCVI HCVIDemocrats Hc n
Democrats thereby gaining a majority
In tho senate cna te Tho oath 0 < tit of oflice wri wrinilinlnlslered W woetadministered lt ltadministered >
administered to the seven Republicans Republicansbut
but they woio refused admission to tine ihebcnate th thoenat tinebenitte
bcnate chamber Judge Jubbert ad administered ntlmlnlstcrfll administer ¬
ministered nt the lie oath to the Ire two Demo Dcmocints Democmts JeniOcrats >
cints cintsAl cmtsAt cratsAL
Al 2 oclock this morning Senator SenatorNewell SonntorNI SenatorNewell
Newell NI wel1 t said < to be ailing 1t < llnl under Instruc Inittucton Instructhin Instruction ¬
ton from roln Lleuifiv HagBott cnll c cntIth cntIthUlO1l IIt1 IIt1UPOII l lupon
upon Guv Peabody In tilL execUtIve execUMvochamber lxecUI1lhnrnJel execUtIveelinmnbor
chamber with u request rfHlu t that nn order oiderbo OIIerbe
be Issued calling out the state militia militiafor mlllllitor
for tho purpose of dltperslng the crowd crowdof
of olllcers In f the ho hire of the Democrals DemocralsOlllcers I IernosralsOIllcers emoClnlsOlIlcer
Olllcers of the mllltlu nnd a number numberof
of o men were held In readiness at U thl thlCurlls thCutls > ti tiCurtis
Curtis street armory Appeals Jenlll were weremade WCIOmnde woremade
made to Sheriff D I p Bcorle f3eor for awilst awilstance awlltance
ance in clearing the Demotrata front frontthu tronltht troiithe
the halls but hu declined lie h < permit permitted
led his dpputyr depUI Pmkriherlft trn Iherlrt Felix FelixONeill FellONflII FelIxONeill I
ONeill to remain nt the slate hoitsa hoitsaIn tIn t
In combination with Hamilton Arm Armstrong Arntronl trmi trmietrong ¬
strong chief if < police acllng for the theDemocrats theDClllocra lieDemocrats
Democrats DemocratsGov ts tsGo
Gov Go Icabody has hn announced that he herecognizes herellnlzls herergiitzes
recognizes the th Hnggott gentile spnnl ns the theono theono theone
ono propel properly ly organized under the state slaleconstitutional IItBteconAlitullonal stateconstitutional
constitutional provisions nhlrh make makeIhe makothe niakothe
the lieutenantgovernor lieu president of ofthat otthnt ofthat
that body bodyAll hoo hooAll bodyAll
All Ilepubllcnns who have filed f11 d cons constesls con cllntest conttstA
test ngnlnpt D lnpt l DenocrnllbIQRI penmocrnileasIatjwhich > flmocrfltl IOHWi llit tolsS tolsStitpli t
w which titpli h hnvcrnt becn rooted upon are nvtsold III IIIsaid aresaid
said to have been notified by b telegraph telegraphto I1 I1w
to come to Denver at once
Kfforts l arc being mndo to eltert elt ct a aeompromlcc acl1lnpromlJe acompromise
compromise between the parties It Is Ispossible Isosslble Ispossible
possible that nn agreement will be bereached beraehed bereached
reached before a ballot for senator Is Istaken 19taken ii iitaken
taken restoring the til senate membership membershipns memJ rlhlll rlhlllas
as constituted previous to last nights nightssession IIIhtl8ellsloll nIghtssession
session leaving the vote ote on Joint bnl bnlot bnltot hallot
tot ot 51 Itcpubllcans to 49 Democrats the theSpanish IheSplnlsh lieSliahilali
Spanish delegation of three member of ofthe atthe ofthe
the house holding the balance of ppvcr ppvcrTho IfIelThe tnverThe
The Democrats ts claim n majority of oftwo attwo ofto
two on Joint ballot as a lesult of yes yoaterdayB yesterdays 03 03lerdn
terdayB lerdn 11 proceedings The llopubllcan llopubllcanmajority HOllUbllcnltmnjorlty ltopubiicartmajority
majority of o the II house unseated unNcn ted six sixDemocrats sixDcmocll1l1 sixIemnocratmn
Democrats creatIng a Republican ma maJorlty majorlt majority
Jorlty of 15 In that body bodyThe bI bIThe bodyTine
The Democratic majority of lie th lien senate lienate ecuate ¬
ate indented Senator Dick DJ I of Huerfano Huerfanoand
and Senator McDonald of Lake making makinga
a Democratic majority of J7 j In the sew senate ACIInl sewate
ate nl
Prior to this action LieulQov Hag Haggott naggott flaggott
gott and 11 HcptililUans ot the senate senatewenl Anntcwent senatevent
went through the form of unsealing unsealingelghl UI1Aelltlll1eht unseatingeight
eight Democratic tic sohilors the llcutcn llcutcnnnlgovernor IIcutenantolrnor llctrtenantgovernor
nnlgovernor declaring various motions mollonscarried 1II01l0n1lcarried motionscarried
carried In spile of the protests of the 21 21Democratic 2 2Democrn 21DemocratIc
Democratic III senntnrs senntnrsUnder sella senatnrsPndcr lors lorsUndcor
Under the orders of the Democratic Democraticmnjorlt Democraticmnjor Democraticmnjorlt
mnjorlt the doorkeepers refused to topermit toPQlmlt topermIt
permit the ho Republican Ih fenntors to leave leaveind IMennl leaveand
and denied Ilt > nled admission nlmls lon to the men thnt thntHie thntthe thatthe
the llepubllcnn minority pretended prct nll to tomvo tohale tohave
hale mvo scaled The Bonnie fen ate therefore re remained reo reomainIll remained ¬
mained In contInuous session sessionHncli sessionI sessionlacli
Hncli I lIch house tnkes a separate ballot ballotfor hallotfor ballotfor
for senator today toda nnd a Joint ballot at ntnoon atnoon atnoon
noon tomorrow tomorrowShortly tomorlowflhorUy tomorrowShortly
Shortly before 10 oclock the Demo Democrntlc DmocraUe Demoeratle
crntlc majority major adjourned yesterdays IJJterIII
At A t an early eorl hour this morning Hob HobLommon UoblAmOlon JobLemnion
Lommon a chaiuctar notorious for his hisirofllgacy hi hiproOlsnc hisprofligacy
profligacy was found tonnelln In a dying con condlllon condillon conditlon
dlllon at the don of Hay Clifford No o
15 Commercial street BtrectAs IItrcetAll streetAs
As soon as discovered Dr Glesy was wassummoned wasJJllmmonC vassummoned
summoned l1 > and at once pronounced pron uncld It a acase nmse acase
case of morphine poisoning but wheth whether ¬
er Bclfadmlnlslered or not remains to tobe tobe tobe
be ascertained As 11 Is well known the IheClifford theClifford theClifford
Clifford woman Is a morphine lend and andt
It t may l1a be that ihe know more about abouthe aJoutthe aboutthe
the he mans condition than she cares to toell totell totell
tell Some arc of the opinion oplnl that tho thornn thlmnn th thman
man Intended to commit suicide whilo whiloothers wh1oothers whloothers
others believe that he rccelwJ the th fatal fataldrug tataldrug fataldrug
drug from his paramour perhaps 9 how however however however ¬
ever to Induce Indu sleep In which event eventphe ecntht
phe ht must have given him an overdofe overdofen
In n the lie room where the man was aa lying lyingvcra 1lngwett hyingtters
vcra found a half pint flash of whisky whiskya
a quantity of morphine and other otherhliigs otherthing othertlritgni
thing which are now being l cln > held by byhe br bythe
the he police pending ndlng an investigation Dr Drlcsy II IIOlellY PtCieay
OlellY lcsy says the man Is I In a bad way
Harrlsburtr Jlarrl buri Pit Jan MSamud Snmur1 W WPennypacker V Vrennypacker I IPennpackr
Pennypacker at noon loday tol Y was In Inuguraled InlIul1t1ltlod inaugUiatel
uguraled gomnor Icrnor of IVnnsylvnnla Inh hanlt to louccted tosucCtCll tosucceed
succeed William A Slone and Ufies Ufiesenrose IILleIent1le ikiesIeflrOse
enrose was elected by the general as asemhly I Itemhly aso aso5emhhy
emhly to succeed himself In the Unit UnllfA United United
ed Stales senate senateTli lenatTnt senateThe
Tnt boUM aRt senate balloted sip p
Ii r
Eshoni Ion of t this senate tc and nn aiint hnt nt 10 oclock oclockidays ocloclI oclocll1aY oclockdays
days l1aY session was 0foned 0fonedAVhen Cllltftl oitCtidtVheri d dWh
AVhen Wh n the roll wag called In tIn 80fl 80flat on onJO
JO nt the its beBlniinK be hllnlj Of todays 10 aYII see BOSIon IICIIun see4uii
4uii Ion un no Kvpubfionti members niiswoied niiswoiedtheir nitwetiID I Ithlll
D their lumttf Only 0111 nine llnpubllcnntomtom H lie llnpubllcnn lubllcunhn uhiicun uhiicuninrttors
tomtom hn tor were ere In the chainber tho t 10 seven sevenhoni twvenhom sevenlroni
honi the Ih Uoiiubllcaii minority had hadcttMj hatltill badCteJ
cttMj till tc tll eat In Place of Democrat DemocratInlnr nl Isntocratsbirg mocrntll
1 l Inlnr lnr tailed fall d nJJ < yd et t tll sal gain admission ndmliilonVhllc allml admissionIitie lon lonthtle
Vhllc Iitie the tll roll was being called Lieut LieutIn 14i5111un
un In 1 llasifott left the th chamber chamberfLlHitOo IhamerJIIUIlol rliimnberiutiuv
fLlHitOo JIIUIlol IJagBOtl shortly after afterhrds afterrOs I IrdH
hrds rdH returned to tao senate chamber chamberId
Id mt took ihe lie chair Ho said that the thellcers 1111tcl1tij timelcers
llcers of the lie ornate had refund to tojoy 10lJo toboy
joy lJo bl his orders and that no business businessluld buslnlslIull
luld ull be transmuted trLInBnr t d while mined men menernalned mlllmalnoll menmainenl
ernalned about the senate chntnber He Heo HuIBo lieIso
IBo o said that the mInutes of yester yestcrsyn yesterR yesterflys
syn > R session Hon ns a read r all wore nol a fair fairorord filiIorora fairocord
orord The forenoon was spent In Inrangllni InrII inrinnhlhlg
rangllni rII 1111 II I over various motions and andolrtH au1ollltK amidoipts
olrtH of order but no business was wasw wallnt wasne
w lov q Ioalwdy has hn so 0 far refused refusedcall fCtu d dMil
call out tho state lta to mlltla for he < pur purIB inmirdisperSIng
IB I of ° r dispersing time theHllald Biinut maintain maintainI
I by 11 tho DttinocrntB nt the doors of ofitt tIII ofno
itt senate chamber chamberA chamberAcrolld chamberAcrowd
A Acrolld crowd thrones the corridors of the theMtol theI
I Mtol Ito hut older prevails prevailsTho IrevalisDemocratIc
Tho DemocratIc senators propose to lonmnfn toTHnafll totitnain
nmnfn In continuous tension and hold holdpwttojwlon huMII1IJe1 holdplsss9ion
pwttojwlon II1IJe1 lon of the ntnuie chamber un unt unIIMon
t IIMon I noon tomorrow whon a Joint session sessionm lIos810nu1lh
m u1lh the bKlBlaltire must be J held to vote votefcr IoteCr votefcr
fcr senator The Democratic sonnlors sonnlorswill
will 11l refufl t In K go > Into a Joint nosslon nosslonat gsiofl gsioflat
at which h Llcutaov IlapKoH presides presidesntid pl slc1eA slc1eAaoa
ntid t two o separate specious will proh prohaMybi prohnM probatl
aMybi nM Ix b > held Klftyone votes nro ro rondlrod roIlIlroll reqtlred
ndlrod to elect 1 cI Teller today iwlvod iwlvodr
r rj > 0 rotes McOtilre the Dtmocratlo DtmocratloHinalor DtlllocratioHmator DmnocratIoNtnator
Hinalor who did not vote ote sld lnl In ox explanation oxpllnntlon oxpbnation ¬
planation Dial IIP prefer IIroteTUx1 ed somebody somebodyelse fUIieb < ° lr dY01J40 lrII
else II I rather lion Teller for senator hut bulhi huth huthit
hi h would vote for Teller It his vote votevould voteuld sotevuId
vould uld elect him himIN hltnIN iihn1t4
The houpe convened nt 10 oclock A Afitrone AstrOllg Aettoila
fitrone guard wn Ins procenl and excluded excludedinl exc1U11NI
inl all uh persons except members and olll ollltecra 11111r oiilcers
tecra of the > hoUHe hOU and one on fln reported for foreach foreach lit litach
each newspaper nal plller The doors were locked lockedarid locke1Rr ocke1nrd
arid Rr d no pornon wJ will IH permltlfil to lolettvo toIplno toleftie
lettvo the chninbcr r unlll after the bal ballot baihot ¬
lot for senator Is taken takenUALIcmNO InllenUTJOIlNtl takenUALIOTINtI
DMIVH P IIVH Culo Jan 20 20A A ballot l1ot for forUnlled forUilec forttlted
Unlled Statffl senator was aM taken In the theseniile thee theSetinle
seniile e lte soon lIOonlltter after noon Henry M Tel Telcr Telel
el recolvcd cetved I > vote the thOfOl1 entire tire number numberVJrtl nlllllllcrfnt1rQhaJ ntmbern4YQ
fnt1rQhaJ VJrtl n4YQ QnaJ StaJIsnocrflt < ino tt10rtar1I0I1IC < Tat MtOulreof lcUu1re ot Arai Arainlloe Ar01nitipe
nlloe roijnty cOlln1 ooifniJVfls pfls HN excused frotn voting votlnion votingon otlngon
on his hilsgequest request Only o nt two Republicans nrpubllcantDcLomr nlmbllcal1DeIona RepublicansIcLoiirr
DcLomr nnd Iryor were ere niesenl and
they refuted rrus d to answer insver to their names namesLieutnov nomesIleutov namesLlet2tflov
Lieutnov HngROtt Jln lo1ott and all the th other otherRepublican othernepubllcnn otherRepublican
Republican members had withdrawn withdrawnfrom
from the chamber before noon but DP DPIionc DpLon DcLong
Long Lon and Pryor lr or were frn turned back by bythe Itythe bylie
the lie HcKjeanlntnrms when they al altempted nttemllle1 aterupted
tempted to follow Senator Adams Adamspresident Adamprp Adornspreeilent
president prp ldent pro tem was In the chair chairwhen rhalrwh chaIrwhen
when wh n the vote was taken lakenThe takenfhl takenrho
The vote In the house for senator was wasn wallOR waras
n OR follows Henry M Teller Dem DemK
K 2 Hdward 0 WolcottfRep IS Frank FrankGouJy FrankGOlllly FrankGeudy
GouJy Rep 13 Irving Howbert HowbertIJeo lIowlJertmpc
flee C N W Dixon Rep 3 3Th 3The 3The
Th The Ilepubllcan He uhllclln senators met In InLieutOov InJIUtOo inLieutOov
LieutOov Haggotls chamber nnd ann bal balloted ballotld batlottd ¬
loted for senator The vote ote was as asfollows nsfl asfOilOtW
follows fl fOilOtWlarrl lwJl lwJlJ
jldward J dwnrl O Wolcott 9 Frank C Cntudy Cr CrtDttly
ntudy r lllh 4 1 Irving Trvln Houborl 2 John W WStinger WR Wiminger
Stinger R lnK r 1 Jess Northcoll 1 N WDixon W WDlxon V VDixon
Deliver eliver Colo CnloJa Cob Jan 20 201 I nm the thegovernor tlloot timegemmior
governor gemmior of the whole peoolc anti not notFilbsonlent notf notebeervient
Filbsonlent f borrmt to any clique of any on polltl polltlr
r 41 t party and I will bo l guided by h this lholaw thoI thislrtt
law I W anil constitution III deciding which whichKile whichM whiichimrtc
Kile M If of the senate IIate should be recog recognized ICO ICOn recogntzei1 ¬
nized n ntzei1 zptlt raid Oov r Ieahody today 1011a I Isknll IIIlnlI IS
sknll S all ho advised a1I ll on that point by h I nt nttfrncys ntt
IIlnlI tfrncys t rne rneys s and will be guided absolutely absolutelyb
b tho law lawdont
11 1 dont contemplate calling out tho thonjllltln thenjilitin
njllltln I think the Colorado national nationalejtard nationnichard
chard too dignified ll nlnoo a body to do police policeduty 1011Ih toIienitity
duty Ih and hint Is I nil that Is required reriulrodTJicrft reCullcdlem requiredViere
TJicrft lem is no occasion for bayonetn I Ithink JI Ithink
think I Ink thnt the Police ran liii keep order
Bob Lemmon a Notorious Character Found in a Commercial CommercialStreet
Street Dive Occupicd by Ray R y Clifford a Character CharacterOf
Of Shameful Galling
and slight hopes arc entertained d for forbin torhili forhis
bin recovery r recoveryflub coIot coIotDou
Bob Lemmon Is n man about 35 years yansOf
Of t age He wan wa horn In n Hnglnnd but butcame Jutcnme butCaine
came to Utah when wh > n a small boy 110 and andbeing andbelllG andbeing
being an orphan was taken Into In to tho
home of Aunt Twlw Young wife of oftho ofthe
the late President Ilrlfiham nrll ham Young Youo As Asa
a lad he was recreant to every eer trust trustreposed trll ernstreposed t trel
reposed rel OMed In him and an he grew to man ¬
hood h od ho became pronouncedly ronounct lI dissolute dissolutea Il nolute
a sphere which he has occupied for formany tormany formany
many years Mrs Young bestowed hesloivedevery lle bestowedevery tolled tolledevery
every kindness upon him but all to no nopurpose noIlurpOe noliurpose
purpose he seemed bent on living a
life of o shame He Is ii a vell t1J known knowncharacter knownthnracter knovnCharacter
character nbout town and ban figured figuredprominently flJurt11Jlroll1lnentl figuredlroniinently
prominently In police circles for n long
time In the event of his death the theClltrord theClifford heClifford
Clifford woman will be b taken Into cus ¬
tody tad until such tlmo as the mystery II1Yllt ry can ClIne
be e cleared up upMAY upMA tipMAY
MAY MA MAYLAte5Abot Y nnCOABU nnCOABULater ItpC fu fuTntcrAhout
Later TntcrAhout About noon today Ltmmon Ltmmonwas
was removed to the home of Mrs MrsVounif ZtirsYoumnf Itll ItllYounl
Vounif In the vicinity of H anti Third Thirdstreets fhlnltrpels hlnlstreets
streets At that time It was stated statedthat slntedthnt statedthat
that he showed Hholl J signs Ign of Improvement Improvementand
and might recover
aratety at1l tely for penntor Ihe Republicans nepubllcansvollnpr nlpubllransvoUlI1 RepublicansVoting
Voting for Pcnroit nnd the Democrais Democraisfor
for Cot Jame JI luffcy CJutteyThe luffcyThe luffeyTime
The Inaugural parade was the finest finestthe flaestthe finestthe
the state capital has ever seen tetnThe 8nThe seenThe
The Inaugural ceremonies > r tre < re held heldat heldat heldat
at the front of the capitol After a fa falute fltute salute
lute of 17 gun had been I en fired the cov covrnor IOYrnor ov ovrnor
rnor read Ills Inaugural address addressla adcIreIii
la funniylavanla PennQ ula conflict bjttmn
concentrated capital and organized la labor IIIvor Iabus
bus are of frequent tre ulnt occurrenc and of
Ion result In equation of proiliiotlon proiliiotlonloss
loss of both pro J1roftt His and earnings vio violations vlolatlonll yb ybhatlons ¬
lations of ihe law unit amllllstut1JaTloi dlttutttariM and andInconvenience In InIncolItnllnco andlricoiivenlenco
Inconvenience to the community
Vhateor lends to bilhif abnut nn Im Improvement tmIlroolnent InnIrovcmnent ¬
provement In tire condition cOIHlItlonot of the themasses the11I0101 themasses
masses nnd ann assist In their thelrcultlvntlotl thelrcultlvntlotlIInd cultivation cultivationand
and olt atlon Is nn advantage to the thotttuto theII hostute
tttuto II tll tl und ought to I h oncourneed by II IIleullllllllon
legislation There Is no oorronpondlns oorronpondlnsKood
good to the state ptn te from the mere ao aocumutallon tolmmulatlon ascumulation
cumutallon of unused resource In the
hands ot an Individual The state Is Istherefore Isthereforo Istherefore
therefore Interested within wi reasonable reaaonabUbounds reuona1J11boundjl reasonablebounds
bounds in brInging bauot a condition conditionof
of If things In which this distribution of ofreunrds oflenNJa oftestarnis
reunrds retailing from buulnow yen yentorso ven ventures en entures ¬
tures capital shrill have > less of profit profitand inl1fttallll ii ° t tand
and labor inoru of compensation No Nocapitalist Nocapllnllsl NocapitalIst
capitalist Is troni strong enough antI nU la laborer Iaborer Laborer ¬
borer Is lUfilnnlllcnnt tliough to eicape eicapeobedience IJICaPIuhe1limlO eeaperilen1ieac
obedience to the law When hien the labor laborer ¬
er sells efl his Inhur for a compentnllon he heoUBht hrouhl heought
ought to render the service durllip IIlIrlh this Iheperiod th th1lroll thisPeriod
period of the contract No man should shouldb
b IJI > p Tlerll1ltted rmltl d to Intervcno on nay II pre prelense IretOilSI liretense
tense whatever whu tovel with lIh another 11110 th f I who may maychoose InaychoOMO maychoose
choose to sell his hi labor und violence violencefrom vlollMefrom vioierneofront
from whatever gouice 5OUI It may come comerhould comlFhoulll conicFliotmtd
rhould be promptly Inl n l rigidly rlil 1I < IUp IUptrtIt su suVrftned u uprettied
prettied trtIt usltic whatever hlt rr force Cor 11 mny be benecessary bel1r behiessesary
l1r necessary 8Rr for the puvpuse puvpuseWhile IIUIIueWhllc puilnuseVhiiIe
While It Is a satisfaction 16 t we II libraries IIbrnrles IIbraries ¬
braries In Hnginnd l nglCn and untveraliUN In InChicago Inhllago inhiengo
Chicago < being erected from tllti out outomo outIomo outofle
omo of the iron and oil of Pennsyl Pennsylvania l letmneylvamila tlnlyl tlnlylvnllia ¬
vania due primarily to lien llbeiallty llbeialltywu
wu may bo pardoned a feeling of mtjret mtjretthai 11Itthut mugrettltit
thai so much of the wealth ot her pro production llroIInctioi lieuniuctiomn ¬
duction IH controlled and utilized else ulsewhoie elsehelI elseithione
whoie I suggest that tho K Il legIslature legIslatureecliMbier lnlnturo lnlnturocciulder Iutnturofrlldl
cciulder r time propriety of ImposiiiB mpoHII1 a aBllplit 1slight aslight
slight tax on tnnio one of her products productsthe
the procicds to be applied to the t1i better leltern hetterIIIlnt bettermilnt
n IIIlnt nt of nUt roads roadsSensational rontlsSen roads8nsatioitah
Sensational Sen otlollal journals have arisen nil nilover nilocr allover
over the thi land the owners In conceal concealment concoolt11ellt correenlftlemit ¬
ment and the writers and purveyors purveyorsundeslgnuted pUIeOMundeMllfnuted pumvoyoreuminleslgnateh
undeslgnuted and they the have thriven > n by bypropiiRattne IJ IJprupllAlIl1ng byprifllgitting
propiiRattne crime and disseminating
falsehood and scandal by piomulgtit piomulgtitInit
Init dlssensjon and anarchy by attacks attacksupon 1I1111Cl181I1 attacksrIjomi
upon 1I1 01l government and d the his agencies of oftlu oCthl if iflie
tlu lie > people They TIle are a terror to house households houseIwllIl houseliable ¬
holds a detriment to t the public ser servCI serke er ervke
vke ke and nn Impediment to the courts courtsof
of Justice e It would be helpful and andprofitable luu1Jlrofllnblo lOin lOinI
I profitable to reputable journalists It ifthey Itthl itthey
they thl > Y could be mippre fUIJpreIH1 sed I suggest suggestfor
for the confederation of the legislature Icftlslalurohclher leAlslaturaIhrther legislaturetvhictlier
hclher or not It would be b well to ox extend oxlond oxtend ¬
tend to ouch cases the law of negll negllcvncc McllCllIee neglimace
mace UH developed by the he decisions of ofour ntJUl ofour
our courts HO thai their should be lia liability lIablllty hablity ¬
bility in damage for the physical and andmental amimentnilluTerltll amidniental
mental mentnilluTerltll muttering caused by publications publicationsmado
made without reasonable core I fur further turIher furtimer ¬
timer suBgpflt MII gtll nn Inquiry afc a to the pro proprlety propriety prodpniety
prlety of requIring the th names amid real residence Iesldl1ceiJ realtieztce ¬
dence of the awneii of otllowspapcrs newspapers to tobe tobo tobe
be publlshod with witireachlmnsue witireachlmnsueCHARLES eaclj Ilcl Issue IssueCHARLES laRueCHARLES
Bt Louis Jan 20Charles F I Kelly Kellymembor T Kellymember IlY IlYmemJor
member and former speaker of the thehnufce thlthouse timehiaue
house of delegates wa WaH today convicted convictedof
of perjury In connection with he IheSlIhllrh1n theSmilnrrhan heSuburban
Suburban street railway franchise e deal dealand dealearl
and 811 < 1 given two years In the ponllcntlary I
Ho mill haH lra to stand trial on two twoohiuges twochanges
ohiuges of bribery In connection with
the punic deal dealThe denliIIe dealIhio
The verdict of the lie Jury was reached
last la t night after nix lx hours shoot iu IlIlun con consideration cumisithiration ¬ I
sideration of the evidence evidenceKelly IvldenceJell evIdenceKelly
Kelly Jell wan charged with hnvltiB hl llhJ nworn
faintly tnh fjly before the th Brand Jury In his hisUdllmony hilitlntllllonr lilaI4ctitmiony
Udllmony concerning tho JJ5000 Sl OO boollo
fund In the Suburban rnlhvay rnl vll fraiwhl trAll hfM o
dtal dtalAfter
After his Indictment Kelly disappear disappeared < ¬
ed from St Louis On Ills lenppcarunco lenppcaruncoIn roapJ llrnnco llrnncoIn
In Now Yorlc lust month it was rumor rumored rumored ¬ I Ied
ed that he had spent his iii time away
from home In Europe uropo Kelly then stat Htnlcd Htlltcd stated
cd that It was his Intention to to return
to St Louis and stand trial on the var ¬
ious indictments which had been found foundbut
but he was arrested In Philadelphia and am
brought back In the custody Of a detcc
lye llveA
A motion for a new trial was mndo mndoand mOlleonll nmmanloand
and Judge llynn said lie would sol a aday IItin aday
day tin Inter for the hearing of o arguments argumentson
on the motion motionJohn mollonJohn unctionJohn
John Ollrlcn and Edward El1wnrlll1utllr Butler Jr JrslpneJ JrEllmed Jrsigned
signed Kellys bond for 10000 and lh lhdefendant thdtoCtnttnnt Inn Inndefendant
defendant left the court room roomDrnnk roomJlrnnk rooniIranik
Drnnk Wood ood Alcohol nnd Died DiedAlbany 1011Albany TIledAlbany
Albany N Y i Jan 20Sanford Van Vanrant nn nn1anl anzant
rant Mrs Martin Stalker nnd Mrs
Hnchel llrookB living on the New
Salem road 15 miles from rom here huvo lI e
died from drinking wood woodnlcohol woodnlcoholCrlllser alcohol alcoholCruller alcoholCrtrlser
Cruller Spclbcr DIsihlcil nt Hen SenNew HenN t4enNcw
New N York Jan 20 20Tho Tho cruiser cruiserSpelbcr cruiserSlellr cruiserSpeiber
Spelbcr bound for Venezuela to Join Jointhe Jointhe jointhe
the Ocrman Meet under Commodore CommodoreBcheder commodoreIclieder re relhcdet
Bcheder became disabled at HUH nas nasIhe 81 81Ihe s N Ntime
Ihe Heralds Berlin correspondent amid nndwill 11111will amidwill
will Iv docked at Vlpo 110 for repairs be before Jefurl before ¬
fore continuing her Journey Journefit journeyrime
rime fit school ships Charlotte and andStoachm nnlStonchm andStonchmn
Stoachm now Aiiadicd to the lent III InVenezuelan IIIVene7u iiiVenezuehamr
Venezuelan Vene7u lnll walern have received or orders ortlerl ordora ¬
dora to return to home und will li IIIIIV IIIIIVsoon iOltVecoca ve vesoon
NOT RESIGN RESIGNColumbia RESIGNColllmbl fE5IgNCdturnbia
Columbia S C Jan M Ithe The report reportthat reportthnt reportthat
that LieutGov Tlllrntn whose term termof tormr tUrinof
of r office expires tomorrow would fond fondIn ul1IlIn nnt nntin
In Ids resignation as lieutenantgover lieutenantgovernor ¬
nor to the general assembly toiiitywn toiiitywndenied tolltt1wnl11enllel
denied by b lot McSv lcSwney iiey and counsel counselfor
for Tlllman
Columt la S C CTall Jan The funeral funeralot
ot N 0 Gunzales who was shot last laatThursday htltThllrada1 lastThursday
Thursday by Lleutflov Tlllman will willbe willbe willbe
be held at 4 oclock this afternoon The Thwrvlew TheItnICIII TheMrvlc1s
wrvlew will bo b conducted C ll at Trinity Trinitychurch TrtnllrhuTCh Trinitychurch
church by tlw tin lit Ilw Ih Itlshop tapera taperathe CApenthe apers aperslie
the lie lifelong friend of AIr Ir Oonsalee OonsaleeThe Oonalrhe 1onsaiaTime
The active et1 pallbearers will lll be the f tel tellowworkfnt LelIowworker l llowworkeni
lowworkeni of II Mr r Gonzales fiapertn paperthtStnte paperthmi3tats fiapertnStnto
Stnto The Knlehla of rylhlai 1thl of ofwhich othlrl ofwhich
which hlrl Mr Gontales was 1111 a mcmbrwlll mcmbrwlllattend ml mernberwihiattend rlIl rlIlattend
attend in a body bodyLltutXkiv br1JI boihyLIautGov
LltutXkiv JI utUo Tlllnmns prwent pnlf < nt linn linnwill tenwill termwill
will expire ol lrc tomorrow tonnorrowWodnesda tonnorrowWodnesdatomnuy tWodneldoAtlltmr Wednesday WednesdayStormy
Stormy ficcno ccmne III InIterlln Ilclolln IlclollnJl llelclnatngBerlin
Berlin Jl rlln Jan 20 OThre There was a stormy slorniyscene stann stanncene stormyecene
scene In the relchslag today tods following followingan fohIowlnCmi
an attempt of Herr Vollrmm Saclnllst Saclnllstto
to raise rnl e a debate on the crwrK crwrKbrought chRr3 chRr3brought chatvsbrought
brought against the late IlAt Herr Krepp Kreppnnd ICnrppand ICrtipprind
and Kmpercr I II11eltlr William tel tlllml < > Brnm and andBpeec lUllp sadeFeeehiea
Bpeec p eFeeehiea ee < has h s on the nibjcrt I1tU I The IlfOIldont IlfOIldontM lro Jdent Jdentof
of if the hpuse + decline to p permit rmlt lh the die dlscUMlon diecueslon < lr lrcushion
cushion and the Socialists violently lolrnU > pro proteatftl protflt8 proteatera
teatftl < against this ruling amrtlng amrtlngtlmt n rtlnt rtlntthAt
thAt he was violating lol < Un the right of lho lhoTlm th1rolcJllllng titniecioiistag
Till Lnlin Is Ilontnl IlontnlGibraltar IIIOltllOIbrnllor FloatedGibraltar
Gibraltar Jan SO OIhe The North orlh Cw Cwman German Geeuoian
man Lloyd steamer Latin from Medi Mediterranean MftIIterraneall MedIterrtrfleami ¬
terranean ports for New eW York which whichgrounded WhIchgroullde1 whIchgrounded
grounded on a sand bank ott Tumors Tumnran
n few t W mills cast of the rock of Gibral Gibraltar Gibrambtr ¬
tar bundav Hutll morning was al floated at atJay Ittda atday
Jay da break today todayThe todnyThe todayThe
The Lahn afterwards anchored in Ihls Ihlsharbor Ih Ihh1rbor thtsharbor
harbor apparently RII6r ntl undamaged She SheIs 6hlIs tiltsIs
Is reshipping her cargo cnr o and andwIiL wilt 111 sail sailtomorrow sailtomortO sailtomorrow
tomorrow for Now York I
Il1cojpotatiOl1 Il1cojpotatiOl1Of Iii C017 0 t a tioii 7
Of 0 l tade U1J Unibns UnibnsDarzow Ol1S Ol1SIfafOTJJ
Harrow Wcclazcs V clazcs it is i i Last Tzciicb of TlpsWho llIO TIosc Who Oppose OpposeOrganized QIPOStOrganized OpposcOrganiccl
Organized Labor Laborlmpudolll Imyndonl and rPr Presunjptuoiis l lp110ll > Cfov Cfoveminent GMewmcnt JocCtlflicnI
eminent by h Injunction a Dangerous Dazigcz ous vfslhod Resorted rlld tc tcBy 10Gll IcB1
Gll By Enemies 11cm tS of Workingmil Hotk lgmcll to Wcsltoy Organizations Oq lzatlols
Jndlnnnpoiig inn JOThe fl fhr t thlnjf tiImm tiImmon III1 III1on
on todays program at the Miners 1net Na I
tlonal tva Ware R < env0ntUm wan the read ¬
lag ot John MltohellN annufcl report
The rh convention met DromiJtly at 8 8oclock Joclock Uoclock
oclock with 900 delegate In their seam 18
Mr Mliohell received teochel1IhCl the tii closest iu
tentlou HI HIM report re ort wlilth was volum ¬
inous was In part as follows
Piuslclew Mitrhvll be blji1n an hlu millions
by linpnMuliig 1t1ll1U hllt upon tho tht d dtlle deieguo leff toi tJ the
Importance of the mtatests com ¬
mitten to their caro Of tho
many Important ev events nin affecting
the Interest InlettIIlolid and welfare uf th the tollers uf u
Home confeiiiice Mr Mitchell cpntln cpntlncoil o1nllncoal n ncoal
coal strike stood preeminent
Vital principles went at stake which
It defeatedwould de Clcated atunh would have given to the
Ametiiimi A umierl I cnimi labor inuveincnt u n shock
from which It would have required
years to rally nnd rocover After civ
Ins a brief history hslor of the great trlk strike
Including tlm iffoitH of tile Civic f foration fd fediratlomr
oration to nettle the controvemy ey be be ¬
tween the minors ami opemtor Ol > II1ll0rl the up uliIlolnlmlIt airlnilimmiiemlt
polntmtmt of the strike commission conllnl lIlon by b
Irealdent lloosevelt and the White Whtte1olllfe
HotWB Ihoii oonforncu Jlr MItchell cunttn cunttnUlll lWllllnu cumitimiUvei
Ulll u lI
It would ot coinno be Improper at
this linen lor or mo nb to comment < ommOII upon the
Investigation now being condliulod by
the imiliracKc coal striKe uommiMton uommiMtonmoro
moro than to say that l Its niembero are aremtin al all1Ien apenmrun
mtin In whose linwrtlnllty und anlljulll Juil Juilment judg
ment 1 have full confidence confi 1loce <
Firm In my opinion of our ability to to11elTloniltraie
demonstrate the Justice of our clulmu I
have no lIofoor fear of the outcome outcome1ulIlhlnK
TuuihliiK romlltlong in Virginia ond ondeet oSHI8t iid iidinat
eet 8t Virginia Inwiilent Mitchell said
the effort to mrure for the miners ice tlmsamtt thaSIIII1 iceslime
slime coitdltlntiK that obtained in tile
districts corned by h the tii lalurstate lalurstateHKruemont tntulltuteRRrllelllonl biutsrstatongrsneuuient
HKruemont hall hot met with the ilc ilcKna dejrfe Osgree
Kna of BUOCMIS > SII that had been hoped
for although a larger numlxtr of lopal lopalunloiiH 10101unlonll lugsiunions
unions had lec been < ti wiubllsli l during the theimst thlIa tireiast
Ia imst t year lnr than during durlll fillY other ixnloil 111I11011II
In II the mining history of thorn states statesThe stutesIlle stateslIie
The effect of the ItiJuncUon was de demoralizing themoralizIng ¬
moralizing 1101 llzlnl to the mlnoia In the Fair Fairinont Fairmoat alr alrmont
mont region regionThe IIIglolI1he regionTime
The litrlko In West Virginia though thoughnot
not a complete HUCC euceerns < IS S had resulted re ult tl In InAH Inaim
AH Improvement In the conditions of ofemployment 0 0elllJIJomenl cCeumploynment
employment earl the increase IncNlA e of 10 0 per percent porant percent
cent In wipes n 8 In the th Fairmont district districtand ihiatrietarid
arid on the Not folk ft t Weaturn etern riillroiul riillroiulThe rhtlrooIThe d dThe I
The fuot that strikes Btr ko nro liocomlng h JIolJlng10M
low numoroiiK Mr MItchell crikl IIIIIIIWII8 IIIIIIIWII8luo vtts vttsduo snathus
duo to the operation of tho lie Joint agree agreement alrremellt agreeniemut ¬
ment mentLoatl niemutLocxii
Loatl and K general iitrnl strikes he mild mildoocuirod eruWoKitliIeI 11111oOCutlliI
oocuirod more often In districts whero wherothe wherothe wherelie
the lie operators refused to recognize r the theoiKaiilztttlon theonmlllzlttlonlJr thisorgamuisation
oiKaiilztttlon or rest tro t with lIh It ItMr Ith itnti
Mr h Mltcliell MllchllIlolltllluell MllchllIlolltllluellWith Iontlntied IontlntiedWith oiitlmutietlWith
With each succeeding year ear the rein relnllcnw reintrnH reinlions
lions become h come more cordial between th6 th6oinrators thtOIIriHors tli tlioperators
operators and miner In in thojc Iho dlmrlet dlmrletuliiro tlllrlclI disurietawhere
I whorl trade agreements exist and a ltd tin tinbond Ihihlnll mimebtnd
bond of mutual confidence and reinett reinettlicneptlbly repel repelllellelJllbly rtpectperceptibly
perceptibly Increasen That tho business businessHlntlniislilp buslnolnll1
I Hlntlniislilp nll1 UOIl8hl1 now no existing will continue continueand
and grow as time goes on is my oar oarntHt lIlI earnest r rlIIst
nest hope and confident expectation expectationConcerning expeclntolJoncHnlng expectationoncnrnlng
Concerning the Incorporation of oftrade ottrade ofteSde
trade unlciiiH Mr Ir Mitchell mibmltted nn nno nnopinion urnollflton
o opinion > lnlon by ClarenCe 8 S Uatrow of Chi Chicago ChiCIgo iiicago ¬
cago nttorney for the miners before beforethe 1Cfotetht beforethe
the strike commission ommls loll In which tho thofollowing thoflJlICItl1J timfollowing
following sentences lentII H occur occurThe occurThe occurThe
The demand for or the th Incorporation Incorporationof
of trade unload IB the lest la t tieiujli of ofthose ofthose It Itthosl
those who oppose organized labor 11 IH IHImpudent IIIimpudellt inImpudent
Impudent and pmuimptous No friend friendof
of trade unionism ever er believed 1 in It Itor itOr
or < advocated It or pnlJ for It It Is Isdemanded IslI1amlell hadeiutmnnled
demanded today toLln by those Interests Interestsniid Interfl Interestsarid tl tllid
lid those enemlos who have used usedevery uelever usedevery
every ever imwng at their command to op opIow op1cPn
Iow trade unionIsm unlonl m to counteract Itt IttIn ItlIntluell itsIntlusmice
In Intluell Hi once < and lItl to destroy It ItHow ItBoll ithow
How the labor III bol orennlaatlonc hall nhallmanage shallmanage hallmanllS
manage their own rmm affairs Is not the iheInirlneBR rhe1JtlPlllellll thelfllPImrsmnR
InirlneBR of the lie corporations or the em emjilrycrs em1If1YIJ emimtryis
jilrycrs This new demand for lh the fns fnsc6rxi In InC fncorporation
c6rxi C corporation atlon of labor unlono Is not only onlyUnjust onl onlUVJllllllhil onlytliijtiet
Unjust UVJllllllhil and unreasonably but hullt It II Impu Impudent Imllue Impuikmt ¬
dent e lt nnd insulting to time last digrw digrwItoferrlng degrlltlterrlnc JegreeReferring <
Referring to Injunctions Mr Mitchell Mitchcrllpaid 3lItchcrllfilld Mitchellrtuld
paid filldliOollrnmpnth
Government by Injunction Is one of ofthit ottht ofhd
thit Insidious linrrawliiR and dangers daogetOUS daolQUI dangersOUM
QUI methods rencrtod to by b the enemies enemiesof Inemltot
of the I I worklnpnen t toJ 0 destroy labor or
He Has H s Been Authorized by President Castro o to Offer Off r the theVenezuelan theVeriazuelan theVenzuelan
Venezuelan Customs as a Guarantee for the Fulfillment FulfillmentOf
Of r His Countrys ObligationsNot Yet Y t Accepted
London Jan JOThe statement that lhat6Ir tMtroTr thatTr
6Ir Tr H nown w n has l been i aulhortaed by by1rMldent JylnMlldellt hiPVieedent
1rMldent Castro to offer lh the V Vneau Vneauelan Venexueiazt ne u uIan
elan Ian custom I a 3 guarantee for tlt tltfuinilment tI tIfull1l1ment the thefnulflhlnuent
fuinilment nf MI countrys obllgattoaa obllgattoaaIs olJll tloaA tloaAI
Is confirmed confirmedThe
The offer ha h1 not yet b been n aecept aceepteid aceepteidbut p61I p61IJut < l lbut
but it Is I thought here that It may af afford artford atlord ¬
ford the opportunity lfppotlu ttr for a withdrawal withdrawalot
ot the blockade Tht flt matter will be beI
ranttotlnn end n1 to clrcumvw th the run cunIlltutllill eonetttmitl
Illtutllill tltutln Mnt ht of o trial liy 11 Jin Jllry Y The i
whnU > 1ln in I uf f go governmcn ernimv In h Injuno Injunolinn InjunoIhn j
linn I grow iiom n I Oi the th rllHtiun iKtru 1 If < > i the tl tltrnniltttlt ulIrnI citrr
trnniltttlt IrnI trr jlltIIiH ti for dunmouj nsfij f
In tI1 Uf r
Tli HMSIIIB r 1 S liS given fur th thiuln < i tilnt of
Injuni tiuir t i H ru nlwajx IIIVn mip m1pjIJUI IUIK Mil MilMmuiliv 1 lie liesfl 111ofUHIII >
Mmuiliv sfl I i 11 fll i IMA > le tfn tur I n S il fs k ii 1191 I < t ii j
junctions juru ue 11 Ie Q Issucfl in nni 11 t tnieM i IPS I ItIll
tbry tIll y nn ivv fl < r Iwuid Iq U1 t vuptimin 1CIjItln in n mirh mirhiiiHiK tluhnIH i
iiiHiK nIH 1 as i n for tin ttXiuin of me mecumin hecrimlllalll tnoC
cumin crimlllalll crimlllallljrrIllllt C I lIriirj il i ui uihnstlli e ei
jrrIllllt i n b IniHlIIIIIlIl iI iIrmrly Il
onl rmrly hOIlIiI Ii s I i I I ClrgllllrN Orga iii ttlur r tnt u tIh If I t III
hnstlli j In I < otiSlllUtlMil llmry If llifl lliflirttilniii tim timr 11
irttilniii r I nil iniplo do ir ii fi1 t i 11111 hii ii h I tblsni this 11
UHrmv IIDVII It will ifuli 011 In the mini
hlliilluii nf 1 U elnr > or r imliii < an niiI h html il M il i iII iI iIoihi l lI
oihi II I II form lIm of associations a ollLlloug disliked by byiIttHII byritmnimietnn
CupltHllKtH CupltHllKtHIn iIttHII tH tHIII I II
In I mu lUMiti I rncmc In lr I f Jiltcbtl 31 i rein tt SMI SMII se II IIr
I ill IIlMh HI t 11 thank > ui uch h oirMnl ihiai cot
lruKU It igtir > ri 11 i h officer nnd nun nm mr n i or f n u 1 1tirtijit
unliiii inr 1 I Ir r In ins nstlstnncH n JIgtnn acid IItlPJULC IItlPJULC1rlllg sunn uppu jr C
during till jmet year ami II ii1 > IIS1 Bk < the theduct ut
IIlIlulen I IUI ci h erItM tllr II Iw 11
duct of ho convention conventionAt 54
At the ooilrluslon of Jlr Jlrriuort MttchiIi MttchiIir Utrh Ji1 Ji1rllIlrl h
riuort r irort WecyTienu lIt Weey > c lIe tIJ < Wilson Illron KUllmlI1 euhiri r 1
his report reportill t
ill Ir Wilson Iieon dwelt at length on onplmfm IUP ii iirlraMnw > 111 111phnlll I
plmfm of the great anthracllr sri stiand suan j
and an nld that wlien 1I1n this mil c all for n fwj f > > i inns u uvapi l
nns issued by b th the rp tjeJal < clal eomi coin < n nmiliiniuned 1 1HU1I111fJn1 iInn
miliiniuned Inn miii ned by b tilt lift lillner mu Imners it I t HHB vnndtirtely i idlutely I IIIl
dlutely IIl tlh tukcn up UIIJ by tIns American I MJ MJerntion j jel8t1on 1 1critlon
erntion of uIahnr Jr Labor Ia hnrr tne I hi marjorie trado la 1 f Iilon i iIons I Iiini
Ions he I ctntrnl I lit mnsl bodluti our cu r rltlrs et n ls j u11 11 11the t l I IthIn
the public at IIllnlle large und rim e mis response rCC pOOiI I iboth i iboth I Ihiotin
both liberal II lJtrn I and prompt IlromtltJhl It Itiiie
The totiil amount don > > i by II t1 t1different 111 111dIIY u udiffsieflt
different dIIY hnllJrlI1hflor brinrhex of the th niiii n i org ir n nIMtion nIlltttOI1 iinrntlon1
IMtion it tiM 268311 g31U4 04 54 T1i a JI tllt tlltreceived nmo nmorecelxed 11m I Ireclhetl
received from Crrl l the fcpttlal IIpllIalnnlillrJlI IIpllIalnnlillrJlItcl nniur nt rr < > rIO i it istssmneilt
t tcl tgsment > was as M UIII7 jrn7nnm > 7 026 O31 31 1 I i llrl in r Itel n ntal I Ital
tal Of n225 822i3703S 3223 3iO38 from the Ih n WIOCJH ottln H < t tthe tthl f ftIn
the tIn United Mine Vorltrs tSOl ra 10 J 1 n IIIId as > i t ttheir ttheir
their brethren In the tin n 1 i i lie lieTo i r rIo
To tInts amount must be her nvUlc1 rri 1 SitU JIlO9M41 SitUfd41
9M41 donated by the th lri I < li > n lon rr ri 1 1Hie Ilie
Hie lie public a grnmmi rand lolal nf t I 0133 153 153Jlelletcommlttew I II
Jlelletcommlttew I Ulief onniinittee were ti i > i > l P3 > y j i iof 1of
of lha local I unions ivjilch ebl I rh v re rr m ms msttL t ttnl
tnl to furnish order for meiiliandiso meiiliandisoon nri nriOn
on th thmlr > > r local grocers tt > any and ill illmilkers II 1 1etmhheirs
milkers lint intght need n nnii5tistn nnii5tistnIpeiultImi l tnni tnniSpcaklni
Spcaklni of the conditions conditionsIng Irsai Irsaihng
Ing lnun tniinlICtMy Jlat61y nft eftem r he storag i ithe f tf tfI
the I nU elk Mr tr Vlliwn tnld tnldIndci
Indci the clrcnmH nic8 s It berrm berrmnecewnry 15 r C p pnieusnry
necewnry to prcpar pt rare foriany for any erne erneKiiuy ennngmry
Kiiuy thinS mlgh mlghderided t I Itit
derided tit ri ti to rontln rontlnmcnl mtintm I m t5mTe t5mTenummt
mcnl of cn the trill fuHoonventlon urn lA b r rornmitIstn
oonventlon un unnext umifht Att AttmmIx
next mmIx and u uRlnal Ut mt 1 t the icI
Rlnal 11 I mini I levy for two rtsku vi > el elcontinue lager a i iernutinmume
continue to accept such donations donationstie lutii loire a aflit
tie public felt It disposed to give ux uxThlij u
Thlij 1 lii policy Iic with the reduced amount amountnecessary amountmIarcesmury
necessary to care for tIre Idle men bun bunplaced tnm I Iinlrtcti
placed our treasury laai lit in heallby licoIth mi midltloti di dihitlOmi
dltloti and wehave nun on hand 102 1O 1Ol2O2
12029 Wc Vu believe this amount v wcnn wcnnthe > i n nthe
the balatiR still duo from local unluiii unluiiithat Uniuunthat
that have not an ynt o Paid the nsfem misaesnisrit nsfemHient
Hient In In full will enable tm for forpresent elm elmInresent > >
present to meet any emergency thnt thntmav thntmmmcv
mav lx > thrust upon tlv tlvJlr tis tisMr
Jlr Vllaon closes lug report with n ngeneral agenirnl
general statement of Iwime atoms antI m mpendlluio r I IIneathltumu
pendlluio durIng this pi pst t yo as fol follows folIosvs ¬
Amount received for ave JjflO 1O43SOi 1O43SOifor S91 S91for
for supplies 8JTI2d for Journal JJ JJS0005 39ooun
S0005 ooun for aj rmsre5sliusnts < FB8 ment 113158124 for fordefence to to45fcmie
defence fund JW5 GIi24V 324ZO for miscel miscellaneous nmcelhtrneous ¬
laneous IJCSS Total W0108JT82 W0108JT82BXPJJNWTlnHS 3O11712IXPINP1TL7fl11
Amount paid for salaries and PV PVpens scIns
pens B SlOOOlTTO fop euppltii Ul Ul07SJ5 illn725
07SJ5 for office expensex JoaTS < lur lurJournal m r rJournal
Journal WSM 6st7e jof tslaphona and andand uilamunh
and IyMtage ynt8 e expenses IS SSQT for foraid firmmiii
aid lsoo20lM for nilscclluneous JM 4 459S26
8 59S26 V2 Total J2OSO8 J2OSO8CMh LOSO4I LOSO4ICash
Cash on hand Jan I 1502 JDTOJT 157OOtImiooumw St StInoonip
Inoonip Jan 1 lt03 to JunvJ Jin 1 19U3 19U3f3010S77S2 iJUhb3o1O57782
f3010S77S2 f3010S77S2Total I I
Total U1079 ibo7273 ibo7273Rxpnmdittmro 73 73Kxpfliidlturo
Kxpfliidlturo Jan 1 1M2 ta Jan I I1W1 c c1lz
1W1 J2OSOM 2OSOO544 4I Imlnnce un hand Jl JlCJ7UOM
CJ7UOM CJ7UOMAmount 7 VO29 l
Amount of money in bank In Indian Indianapolis lmmdtummuimlls ¬
apolis SlOSS462C5 otitatanainKrherkn otitatanainKrherknWSS2J6 artatandlrugc herb herblGZ33G
WSS2J6 balalico on hand 1017120
i ii
considered by the Kurop 1ropam an anUVM r jmremcrta jmremcrtativec
UVM at WashIngton on th arrival arrivaltheor arriv arrivuser
user of Mr Bowcun i iA tr trA
A dtapalch to Retttspi1 Retttspi1pany ThItiutii com comconildered coatpaflP ¬
pany from Port ot SrKtM SrKtMays zrU T1nltn1 T1nltn1stl
stl ays nearly 100 becfc becfcl bleeil sr > S i4 i4been
l been n captured sine thus J fe feV t1it t1itVeluesueban
V Veluesueban uelnn roust eous b bin n nThe 1 1Iho
The reriortf of ° t f ftictjo ftictjoGerman > lcU lcUGerman >
German and BrflUh nar nardenied rnttre 4 i idenied
denied I
Washington Jan I Irtbe Th United UnitedState UnitedStites
State sflptemne nm me court again p passed a on onthe onthe
the validity of divorces granted In Insouth Inouth
south Dakota to nonresidents Tim Timne TISSILife
ne was that of Annie Andrews vs vslat vsIat
lat H Andrews and th the question at atImue atissue
issue it Uwi a as to which to entitle to toadminister tos1mmmttter
administer upon the Mrtat ot Chants Charlet
t Ia Andrews whom both women demised clalmodii
ii its > iuubnnd The record shows thai thaiMr thatMrs
Mr KaU Andrews was lh the drat wife vvlfin1 wifemnt
in1 tlmt her husband secured a dl dlw dlor
or < w in South Dakota after remain remaining nenisIatTlg ¬
ing tli there r fds dx months the time required requiredby
by h the tiC fttdtut nf that state Th MHS MHSKarhuutU Munsehurettscourt
KarhuutU nsehurettscourt court held that th3 th d dsere dserehail r rhad
had b been n frfidulrotly set secured red and r rfuslnR re refusing
fusing to racojcnltc It re rsnoinieh > snl l the theflr thefirst
flr first t wife as the lecal widow Md < of the thedeceased thetieceased
deceased That was the holding nf nftlio oftla
tlio supreme judicial court of MaMa Mamrhufolts MaMachiusCtS
rhufolts and todays oplnonwhlch wa wadcllverod was wasdeliverOd
dcllverod by Justice Vhlt hit aillrtna that thatholdliiR thatholdIng
holdIng He Rld that Andrews neat residence neatdeuce ¬
deuce In the tale of Houih Dakota did didnot dliinot
not conUUtulP legal Uomulle Th ra raarose cace cacearose <
arose out cf the fact that Mr Andrew
frttliir Charle H Andrtwt Andrtwtcertain bequcathet bequcathetcertain
certain properties to the wit of ofsee > y yWrt
see Hiarles S AndiTv Just JustBivwer Justiflrerwsr <
Bivwer i hlras and IrLkhjm dissent dissented ¬
ed edHOW
ChIcago Jan 20 20The Th < d < 1 isbn Just Justhanded usthandenl
handed dmvn bv the tnlii stales si siiwen i ipr
pr iwen nie court huldlng hnt Ui > Sou toufm toufmDahota > H HDakota
Dakota utvorre decree CTanJeJ Ohdi i
8 Andrew of JlawaChuwttJ Is void voidhaii vttJhas
has not created any particular sensa sensation sen sention ¬
tion at Bloux Falls says the porrpf porrpfpondvnt correpondciit
pondvnt there of the Ue ordlIernW UeetrdUeraWOne < ordlIernWOne
One of the moat prominent attorneys attorneysIn
In the stats d declares tH ileulhlou svll svllnot si siirot
not affect the validity of South Dakoti Dakotidivorces rnkotdiverse
divorces In general The decision may mayof mayof
of course nn rfleier < ler void decrees granted grantedIn
In c capes e where only a semblance oC A Arenldenrf arealdenee
renldenrf has been maintained but can cannol cannot
nol apply to t ° divorce applicant who whohave whohave
have estabUxhed n UonalWt resident residentby rcideueoby
by remaInIng within the boundaries of ofthe ofthe
the state fo the six luonthH requlrcU requlrcUby
by b the statute m

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