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I TssrjwnoN DESERETEVIiiNING NEW n s Ynnr Hrnueht Who Announcement Annrerlatp lo Hie Attention Value > n the of NIII People
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TUESDAY MARCH 29 1910 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FIFTYNINTH YEAH
1
20 PAG < I
sboY WILL
LIE IN E
At Funeral of President John Rex
Winder at the Tabernacle
Thursday at 11 AM
PROGRAM OF THE OBSEQUIES
One of Last Requests Was That
Family Should Not Wear
Mourning
llcquItI III rrIIllIO
Iofr Iffllioero
Thek ffiilr N 111 to lie
yreciit at 1fllttI
of Present Juhn K
TV
the tabernacle
Indr 011 be held at
Thursday March
111
It ll u k ii I
the
II le furnished by
X1
I
Conductor
hf and
t i h P iuesta that the mem
J on
to be prea
31 i hll bOll arrange
I r aHd
I1 th hour of 11 a m
tn I hIt III president Winder
III
J i MI if Ihe cnolr organlaa
u
i t prevent at l n Ia de
I T
pool
11 I n lie in late at the
01 n be viewed from
V rI
R II ini d > morning
0 < II i t Iteiddwif Winder will
which Ii direct
r a 10 I lcn < e V
the street nt from the
r nti mi and march to then
f n i Ioay
I vi Mdent Wlodera last ret
r Iliad t his wife was that
ramih hould wear black
I r th e
nriil Hla optlmlatlc spirit
t
and his feeHnc
t of he rqurlt an
i thai In 11U irolng to a rrtfttil
n ti i hi he mourned for but
I M I In family ehould rather
1 tin spirit W8I < to be
I I in tlie pre onie of the
j or i fHlIil will therefore III
I i tltli the last requeat of
M mil appear at the funeral
vhlrt WtI and black
i k m lar apparel will ales
ii i v utnr Irs of the holr
inn the lao illneae of Preildent
< ntr i > i ile the member of the
11 ar > l riutlveg gathered ruWtirf
J > IM < II F Ores was his per
i atrndani for more than a week
i t his iith for many nhta
I r lirai maintained a watch
M ihi t < 0I of the departed nt
i t h fiungr und nmlHtlni In the
5H mtun of tIII nufferlnBa of the
i Ki
f a > 1 1 rr to the death of the
in hi In i rant H ye his cnn
i i H apper ntly lmvrove < l Pmt
t n ri r ua ever heerful sad
1 I i n miKlnK weril for tliote
n Id xemed to fi < el that all
1 IK I if he wan cognizant OL
i i i I nit end he did not htray
nk fls I In fact
I llIK TO TIlE END
I th i f ii If hh ever present
n very night of his
i L I n i Irani and his son
J i I 111101 > Jr were standing by
I hriI th clock truck the hour
Cf M ii iu t 0 minute before he
I 1 1 <
i MI PI n ii lock in the morn
I II < k at night Preel
55 H i IIId
i lock father replied
J II
11 i i c to be a great change
I i I Il Hlmt Winder impre
i iU < about hi bedeldc
< great change n
Oon a great change
i 1 vIoI1 said Elder Grant
S a ii ned to hIs own condl
I Ifl i iia liecn a great change
i mounting the rider of
t ain lo the Joy of all about
t U i i HI if the patient had Im
L itirlally half an huur
I h l < th and his attendant
I 5 MI Hinged with the signs
lsp s nt
1 < l H great change re
1 5 1 l < nt Winder and that
> in < later In breathed his
t I < tt > mlant did nut know
i ti red to his own londl
I iiing > In the affair and
F r 1 n world
l VMM up SKftVICUS
l n hIP In the tabernacle
promptly at 11 ockwk
1 I nie program for the
oil
l 1 i i move In a inyiterlous
s h in i Ii holr and organ K
i rtor J J kC IJ Ian
I l Ih K Taylor
Cll n 1 i My FaUMr tabernacle
s i
IT Ill i are Those Arrayed In
I liitxle Tnoma
Rdward
h
I
Hamy MorrIs
IIIJ y Tlolwrt
sr IH U inie H Ennlgn
I l II
Mil IflIS uf confunlnn
r
HILL PREDICTS
HILLTRUFFIC
TRAFFIC TIE UP
Greatest Freight Congestion in
History Faces Railroads
Says Magnate
TONNAGE IS INCREASING
Dueliinw ItuaiN Miuitlcl Spcnil 1000
OUdOOII for Ten Vcurx lo Oulcli li
With Couiitrjs Dciiiiiuli
Chicago March ZLJantse J Hill be
lieve the railroad will experience nest
fall and winter the irettIsttr5flIc con
nection In thtar hltory and ho sets no I
way of prcventln It He pawed
through Chicago yaterilay on his way
from St Paul to New York
The tonnage which I being offered
the railroad for tranportHtlon la con
Mtantly on the increase he said and
there is little doubt that the railroad
will be called on this year to funtiah
more transportation fad Mile than
they have been asked to furnish From
all Indications I seem certain that
by next fall or e arly winter the rail
rouilH will Li 0 tuttlly unable to furnlah
anvttilng Ilk the amount of transpor
tation facilities which will be demand
ed bv the country
I do not think that the railroad are
to blame for this situation for It III
Impossible for them to raise the
money needed tu provide the additional
facilities The railroad of the cotn
try reall > ought to have abqut 1000
000000 anni alh to upend for the next
few sears In ouer to catch up with
the griwlng dnmndB of the countr
but it la a well known fact that they
cnnnot get thl money under present
condition until railroad credit ball
have been restored and until the
American public shall have regained
its confidence In railroad securities
Horace S Ensign and tabernacle choir
Hpeaker
Ifvmn Het for the wry oul
tabernacle choir and organ
Uenedlcltlon Seyrooor U Young
Organ inuAlr
OHDBU OK COUTKOK
At the conclusion of the service the
cortege will form outside the tabwwacl
door The following order will be ob
vrv ed in the funeral proceesion
Rand
First pre4dencv and patriarch
Twelve aiMMtlea
Pallbearer
hearse
Family
First seven president of seventy
Presiding blshopilc
Prtwktetifai of itake
JyiUjiJi II t iUI faHgbju
TrtWpsw WWTsrMW aMiti Vr9ll >
Member Deert 8uMr School
union board
Member Y M M I A bMnl
Member Y L M I A board
Member Prrmory tH ard
Member Heitflkm class board
director of hH la < organization
to which tfceneoil twtonjred
Civic and military organisation
Oencral putolh
Kxercisea M the city cemetery where
Interment will be had will be a 11 fol
lows
Hymn Won stands with hilt sur
rounried Temple choir
Dedication of grave b > ttialolop Frank
lin s Tiwrey
SYMPATHY FROM OOVRllNOIt
Among the many mea 1ltIII of coxto
lane received by the widow and atricfc
en family is the following afiproctatlOH
of the life effort of President Winder
and commiseration at his death from
Oov William Hpry under date of
Mann 2X
S Manh 25 l010ire John K Win
der Salt LAk city Plait
llj heart is tilled with ympathy for
you and vour In thl your hour of deep
sorrow The bun of Rrtef you are
culled upon to bear is shared h y a cir
cle of mournera that is limited only by
the extent of the acquaintance of
President John K Winder
That the life of President Winder
hall been spared to this day In vigor
and strength and power and that b
lay down the burden at a ripe old age
In the full possession of his faculties
In honor bofoi hl bi thrn and
friend and at peace with God III a
iMiurce of eattafactlon that ct n but
ameliorate the sting at parting
Tlie rtiords of the state of Utah
testify to the faithful discharge of
public tnwts placed in the hans of
John U Winder the city and county
at Salt Lake aiul the tAte of Utah
In which we take ao much pride re
necfv In their material development
and prosperity the Influence of such
men aa John It Winder In hi pas
lug the Church loses a pillar and the
Stile one of It foremast citizen but
him Influence and memory will live to
the advancement ami unbuilding of
bath Accept lilY deep commioerstion
Vary incely > our
WILLIAM 8PIIY
Oovenior of Utah
a
NAMED FOR MAYOR
OF KANSAS CITY
genies City March > Cemplete re
turns show that U B Ouyer the present
ma > m and J K Porter were chosen as
the nominee for mayor In the primary
election yesterday In Kansas City Kan
Ouyer is a Republican sad Porter a
Democrat
The election was h1 under the com
mission plan of irmernmetit Fhrht cancll
i1si for cnmmf lnei were hon
u
I Salt Lake iercSiaiits
t
AH iift vpok thert wilt be gathered in this city
Thousands of Conference Visitors
I Ill all parts of Utah and joining States
THE SEMIWEEKLY NEWS
I IS THEIR HOME PAPER
L i t n reach them now in their home through till big edition
J 1 Nai Tliurndas
I
SENATOR ALlOS
HAS RESIGNED
Filed His Resignation With Sec
retary of State of New York
This Morning
HOTCHKISS AFTER BUCKLEY
Inqulrj at Allmny May ho MHilr to
IlirliitlB tlin llfo liixiiruncu
S
KIcliI
Albany N T March M Sonator
AIM ban med his rotisnaUon with ll
secretary of state
Tdera VH every Indication that Wll
llftm If Buckley Albany agent for
fire Iniuranc companies waa In for
another period of severe quoetionltn
with the resumption today of 8upt
Jlutchkisa investIgatIon Into lire in
urencc condition
Mr Hatch Ml Indicated that ho bud
more SheldonBuckley eorroefKmdoiice
to read and there are many urmlea
aa to whether the batch contained any
more letter all Interesting AM that In
which the propriety of contribution to
campaign I und of senatorial candi
date waa discussed and the suggestion
made by Iluckley that this plan might
not In advlaable becaum our friend
forget that they havu been helped
when the crisis toma
Not a little interest eaa excited bv a
conference between Supt HolchW
and two official of life tnimrance
companies which nave rte to pecula
tion an to whether the Jteriulry waa not
to be extended to Include the life In
Hiirancc Held
UK Film vr uoiuincii NKII
Iloldtege Neii Match Fire to
day rlc trovod the elevator of the Cen
tral nrinailex mpanv the Hurling
ton i > al hutf and five reldences
Loss jjoonoo
PRESSING WOLTERS
fOR A CONFESSION
fuusctl JlHK IlPRKccl ror Time fnlll
Wdliic la AMirn Ho Said JleM
Tell Hit AMiolc Tnilli
New York March 30Although Al
bert Welter the youth acvuned nf trap
Ig Rath Vbet r la nU rooms anti
t atjj If ktf Mid ttIImhtK
tiitft tt fm Yas w
him until Uednemluy when ha de
clared TM tall you Ihe whote truth
there was malt Indication today that
his aoeuMn meant to let up for a mo
ment In their pressure for a confession
V91ter iiaMed a mlseruW night In
hid cell In tie tomb lie Deemed to
reaHie to tho full the seriousness of
his ponUlnn Shrinking even from men
tion of the tragedy and revering Ilia
fare with his hand and cobbing at any
mention ef the pitiful tale of the girl
stenographer who hall met such an np
polling fate shortly after applying to
him fora portion the trnmbllne lad
dung to the comfort contained In a to
aMaritiK nieBMRe which came to him
Ittmi tilfl eompinlon Katie Mueller
The ponce declare their confidence
that they have a complete circumstan
tial chain woven about Wolter They
are tilt anxlou however to uncover
the definite motive for the crime and
find out how much Katlft Mueilerreally
knew Nfeout what teSS going on In Wol i
ter1 apartment not only after the
vlelt of the Wheeler girl but on othci
occfwtons when Wolter b eiMpectecl of
having lured young women to his quar
t
PROBABLY MURDERED
BY BOX CAR THIEVES
Che > enne Marrh 11I The body of W
ward Soon a railroad walchnan was
found dead In the I nlon paclflo yards
here last night 11 Is believed he was
murdered by box car thieve but no elu
to their Idnlll has been found
Scott was It years of age and the son
of former Poslmister J C 8e tt of
Slerllne Cob Re ws evidently killed
by a Wow on the head
ALEXANDER AGASSIZ DEAD
VntiirulKt a lit I PrcMilcnl of Ilio Cnl
tinict anil llccln MlniiiK Co
Cambildae Jlaa MKrch t Alrxundei
A gitaI natiirslist and president of the
Afu
Calumet and Hcla Mining company
died y tejda > on the steamer Adrlatlo
uthnipton for New york The new
ws received in II wireless meeeaite to
day
PREST LEVI PWEIR OF
ADAMS EX CO DEAD
New York March M The death here
yesterday of Levi P Well president
of the Adam Rxpress cortipany ui the
fourth In a remarkable sari uf death
of president of MR express companies
Col M J Ollrleu prtwident of the
Southern ICxprw company died 8ept
11 Senator Thomas C Plait president
of the United State Kapree compun > I
tIled two weeks ago and last aatiirUy
occurred the death of fV l Dudley
Rvan president of the Wells 1 c
om
No I n for million wa notalnnlilv todny
a II to the probable successor of > r
Evans Mr Platt and Mr Weir In th
Well Fargo company the three vice
presidents K A Steailruon of New
York n A Well of Kansas city and
A Chriiteson of Sun Francinco are
pointed out as likely candidate
IWiUhoMer declared today that the
clealhi of the four preridenta would be
likely to tenew public Interest In the
affair of the companies which have
tienn much In the limelight during re I
cent yearn i
SMALL BOY SMASHED
GREENS FLYING MACHINE
I
Mtnenfct March I9The Ititerferencu
of a small boy ha brought to a sod
den iitop the aeroplane flight of Or
vYllltam Oreen of the Npw York Aero
blub who hal been experimenting for
d fortnight pat at the club aerodrom
here Ae Dr Oreen WI preparing to
leave the ground yesterday a small
boy who vvua playing tag ran Into
the machine smashing the apparatus
1
YOUNG DAN GROW
SLASHES OffiCER
Youth On Wayto Jail Attempts
Escape by Using a
Knife
MAY LAND IN STATE PRISON
Count UltrllJ 111 Charge lHib
With iXsMiiTir With n 1 null
VXIKJII
f
Olltcel
rawl8g a iA on Probation
Chart Ip ttt viciouSly cuttll
his while Iii taking him to the
county Ja fl JII > to bl removal
I Dan
10 tM la4Islrhi4thOOT at Oden
aii cut short
U y
draw a ulIhi
fW bf SChOOl penanoe
Mi chance g
M MIl sn44eCnd II n romiit my
hi iont t the ssta prison County
AtG hiib l4 + a will 4gw a culflpiaitt
ana t CJfn tIW ifih1 ° ° charging
btm with II4L W1 a dsedl weapon
and W geese IS chttP against th °
heY aa t 10 send him to the I
M7
Ovow is the y1IIi who was arrested
some tim hlK PlftO police nn the
apecle eltet titflng rugs trom
t e Plul ftWI erT ID the weltel a
part 01 twa before Irololl
iorhiuni and aas
Judge IMit
committed t hldUlltrlat eehsoi
lit Ogden lie ai psted In the cue
tody of lrobIIa ollctr harla
4Ir7 and w fltaWir taVen to iho
ounQ > Sl t If iTwRen the aaMUlt
ass roinmlMM
Aa SjwrtT aU hla > oun pnwner
neared the euiy > Ui oung Grow
broke aw jr trS hto fit the aame
time drnwtlW a fweMt knife from hU
pncket ipehlng It amt cutting at the
trying to regain
offl < er whit wu ijwlckly
gain nil iirhwnor The lx > ran trim
him however owd 1IO CCtedtd in get
ting over a bMM ka o 8pf < frl foj
loved after WmU e IMwhll4 hleert
Ing profu 7 Mta hta wounda which
however W IdrJ HOC serious Young
Grow was reeaphured and was taken
to the county and placed In a cell
The county altomey office drlarc
that It win PN the < see against
Orow and at the HOle tlm It will a <
quaint the ceurt with hit previous
reiord which the county attorney de
laeP Include several esees of psitt
larionv grave hnwvr from the fad
hat In rommlUUjr Uw offenses burg
lary war alSo cMMnUted
p I
BETHLEHEM STEEL
COMPANY INDICTED
e
Philadelphia itrch 11I Th federal
grand jury nan re tirned tru bIll of n
dictmtnt agaiiMt ie flelhiehem 8t1
ft lid wd
v
Valle > lt ade 11dft nit
railroad ConceHtfone compJalo ot an
the canrellatlaii by tk CaN COic
nantte of demurrage chaxcM About iwo
vntk ago the railroad eompanle were
Indicted for remitttHs the demurrage
chare
COL ROOSEVELT
HAS A QUIET DAY
Cairo Krtrpt March WThl wa a
quiet day comparatively tot the Rsn
veil following the strenuous praseum
ofi yesterday whleb was concluded with
the appearance of the family In the
khadv fJit et opera beuee where
at the close of the amateur performance
of the The Yeoman of the Guard Col
Itoeeevelt received an ovation
Today Col Kooiievell was the guest at
luncheon uf the German minister Saran
llrnn nn on llHnrlttVtl < l nlburc
who ws fnun rlv rlrst secretary of the
Germs embassy lit WaeMngloa and
teinporsrllv 111 hsrge of German affairs
there following the death of Ambaa
dor Va dIem IIurg
IS 1DRIZ GUILTY
BARBARITIES1
Brother of the Insurgent General
Chamorro Says They Are Be
ing Perpetrated in Granada
WATCHING FILIBUSTERS
legal light Will uo Mailo AKalnU
lprppo cil l4iicilltliin PIttIng
Out ill Ncvt Orleans
New Orleans March 29Jlarllarlti
are being perpetrated In Granada under
the direction of the Madrtz government
according to Carlo Chamorro a brother
of the tending Insurgent ceneral Rtnlllo
Chamorro who arrived here yesterday
Chamorro declared that a wealthy
plantation owner named CAronel was
recently dragged from his home whip
ped to the point of laceration and
killed > cause he Ntlt
finally refused to con
tribute money in support of the Madrlg
faction Hath mate and female rela
tive of insurgent leader Innocmit of
any actunl attacks on the titular gov
ernment have been Imprisoned Cham
Otto assert
A Htubboin legal fight is promised by
the adherent ul the Mndrtc cmaea
against thesending out of a propooad
nilbuaterlng expedition from this JIIIrt
In support of ttte Irnurrectlorwrj more
men t
That an extenalT mibuitering expe
dIllon from New Orleans will be sent
to Hluefields seems certain unless there
hould be some Interfereno on the part
of the United Stale Authentic report
port My that hundreds or American
have been eiigaired to carry on the
warfare against Madrtz An abumlanco
of arms hi been secured An unuetiu
feature of thl equipment according to
w 1 defined report is that It Include
many repenting ihotgun and a liberal
supply of buckshot
HKCOHU CHUIICH COLLECTION
New York March 1110411 records for
church collections In a tinkle Sunday
are believed to hove been broken by
the J1SOOOO contribution to the Raster
service nt Oraee ohurch this oily
The entire amount It wwi announced
today will be devoted to the memorial
for the late Dr William It Hunting
ton formerly rector
HEAVY STORMS IN
ROCKY MOUNTAINS
Terrific Rain and Snow and High
Winds Sweeping Over Region
North of New Mexico
IS FREEZING TEMPERATURE
ltllorllo niul Wjiiinlng IIIlnll Almott
Illluunl ttlherIr Dnui
TrnUw 11111111
Denver March PWIsida of almost
hurricane violence aooonipatiiad by
heavy rain and mow have today al
most u t oft fNMB the outaMe world the
entire retrlon west of Kaaaaa City to
the Pacific oMt rren Halite H N
M Well Into central Wyomhw the
storm baa ramd since lam nKrht proa
tratlng telnvraph and teJtphoM pole
by the wore delaying railroad teat
fly and btoeMng country roadk
The Weaten UnIon kHt practically
evvIv wire to the met of Denver early
thin morning To telephone wire thc
un one axallable mere preoved into
aorvloe but they too aaon went down
before the storm The fmata had a
mall hole through during the mornlnc
but that company hurt It wire before
noon and for several hnura every wire
eal of Denver eta lint
Furious a lade sWipt great Halt Lake
and piled th ln a waters of the aalt
tea agalnit the bunkmrnt of the
Lucln cutoff until railway traffic over
the Southern Pacific was suspended
Around Juleoburg Colo long
strethp of tcli graph pole were
blown down blocking that avenue of
overland telegraph traffic while high
wind rain and now tore down the
ntrea on the Houth Central rout via
Pueblo and through Kansas Telegraph
and telephone com pa ale have doaena
of men out repairing broken wire but
if will probably be many hours tiefore
It la stored to anything like normal
conditions
A FIFTYMILE GALl
Iheyenne W o March 9Ileavy
nua driven In aheeti before a 10
mik anhour wale IK prevailing today
nr MIn Wyoming and weStern
Nebraska Wire are down In many
pla < ex and train arc being delayed
IIKAVIR8T SNOW OF WINTER
Laramle Wyo March 31A alarm
of considerable eev city iii rearing here
It cornea from the northwest bringing
the hcavleat fall nf mow a the Inter
The 51155 5 irtiiig but thua far has
not Interfered with the mav w et o
train The Wuetsin 1nlon Telegraph
comparv i having trouble In keeping
It wIn open over Sherman Hill
tN i R W GAANGE
ON COMBINATIONS
Says Their flay ibis onto nail lhielr
Hrgiitntlon la tile Only Suit
tion of the Inililcni
Albuquerque N M March 21 The
day of ciunblnatioaa has colas n
their regulation Is the only solution of
the problem T beat step ever pro
posed In this direction la the fedoral
Incorporation tax which to a true lisp
toward solving the evils of coMMna
ton dec tared Andrew Cnrneele ba
loC while en route to 1ltUburR
T federal charter xlve uniformity
and corporation can afford to com
ply with the law because If they are
not making money the > cannot be
taxed Wealth la not being taxed
enough In this country he added
GREAT OPIUM SMOKE
link Sum IndulKOs In Oll Tlmt Cost
live Tlioiiximl Hula is
Seattle Waah March Two hun
dred and fifty half pound tine of reflncd
opium valued at 4 a pound selaed
on the steamship Minnoenta after her
recent arrival here were bclrned In the
city Incinerator today In obedience to
the federal statute th 5000 fire bring
under the direction of custom officers
INQUEST INTO MURDER
LINDAHL FAMILY
Scandla Knit March 20The inquest
Into the brutal murder o Alexandei
Lindahl his eon Blmer and daughter
duMtr
IClonnoT In a motor boat on tb Hopub
Ikan river Is In progress here
Charles Nordmark who is under ar
rest is stolidly Indifferent He refuse
to answer questions or to take any In
teiet In the proceeding Four ahol
guns and a tithe were found In Nerd
mark hut and 140 shotgun shell I
loaded with lnichnhit which corresponds
to those found In the bodies of the L
dahl family O of the shotgun had
beon fired recently sail reloaded
T feud between Nordmark who Is
generally regarded a unbalanced jn < l
Lindahl has been In existence for 1
years Five year ago Nordmark wa
accused of ehootln cattle belonging to
Llrxtahl who wa a wealthy farmer
Nordmark I a a bocnelor and lived a I
the bank of the river
hermit near bk rff 111
principal occupation wa hunting an 1
flihlnft
GAVE HIS SKIN TO
PAY DEBT OF GRATITUDE
New York March 20lorty square
Inches of hli skin have been aaernVed
by Wlllam iniborg to pay u debt
o gratitude which he owe to 4ise
Male Wobbetta a yearold nurse
girt for saving the live of his three
children
young chlldln
mf
At the rINk of her own life the girl
fought a Mrs that threatened three chil
dren when Of of the little one over
turned a lighted lamp 8he wa badly
burned anti ha hen a patient In the
Leng Island College hoapltal
LiuiiberR nacrlAced bia skin In a
grafting operation to Insure the girls
recovery It I the least I ran do
for her In return for what she he don
for me and mine I e rfl iert itha
was reported today aa dtI weB
I1IC3 PilOt IX TACOM
Tacoma Wash March 29PI de
trye the plant of the Olympia foun
dry and machine works here early this
mornljiff Loss tlMMM
1
TERRIFIC STORM I
SWEEPS THE lAKE
Water Churned by Furious Wind
Again Destroys Approaches
To Luoin Cutoff
TRAFFIC IS AGAIN TIED UP
IMIrmtl O Metal mi lln fltwiml M
ldds I IIHIHUH linus It
kIII
OGDEN nah March 20The worst
norm experienced on the Gwat Bait
npln < U I
Lake since the < otutncttoa o UM rail
road crow the lake churned U t
at Into a maelstrom and Mot
wave of great height against the nm
bankment of the Ogden Lucln t
wishing out part of the esIt and wet
approach t the bridge over the In
land sea and causing the tieup of all
trade o the ute Pacific to an
Indefinite period
By 1 oclock the railroad official now
on the around a to decide whether
the damage In repairable so a to per
mit of th resumption of traffic tilth
out a long interruptIon If the break
rannot b closed within a abort time
traaa will b detoured at Cubit Ne
vada lent wrath over the Nevada
Northern to a Junction with the Wet
em Pacific at Shatter Nevada and
then over the Weotorn Pacific to Halt
Lake City and then north again over
th Oregon Short Line to Ofdon a
molt circuitous route
The wind attained the proportion of
a hurricane at an early hour this morn
ing the storm gauge at Mldlake In tbe
center of the trestle on the lake recording
cording a velocity of i mil a u
At Oregon Short Line headquarter
this morning It wu admitted that the
storm was u wont from point of
damage don shies the LID cutoff
had been completed
This Information was sent In by
Hupt HaaaoB and AM Sup t
gerald who a with the work train
on the went end of the cutoff T
heat damage l > bet worn Wltnee
and Promontory Point where thjO wind
for th past IK hour has been having
a < lean sweep and has been lending
the draw salt waves pith terrlnc
force iigalnxt iliu embankment doing
great ma
Th tan hovel and the two rock
trains which are kept at Lakealde
quarry for finergenclei with a full
complt inent of men have born nt work
ince the storm alerted the tmlPc
wind however making the undntuk
tag both haxardou and slow
At noon today Ogden reported to Ih
Short lAne headquarter that all b
jag ttt eU ihablrnka would be repaired
tttabec lP stS nUlojTT tomor
row afUlftooR
r f
In the meantime the train afo being
ditoured over the old line which skirts
the lake n gras over Promontory
Die rain load of westbound paaaen
gem today were held up at Ogden
pending development
INDIAN SURRENDERS
AND ASKS FOR TRIAL
Allure Cal Xarch BatUfving
the decree of the chief and conforming
t U law o his tribe by paying the
doctor fee and purchasing the rude
dt for the man he had tabbed to
death Henry Dickens a Modoc coun
ty Indian iurrenderad to Deputy Sher
iff LaWsOn her yeMurday and asked
a trial under the cod of the white
ma
Olcklnu confessed he had killed Oo
polaitv a lawloaa Indian known
throughout the mountain country of
northern California He brought proof
with him which convinced a coroners
jury that In klllliiK the Indian ho had
acted In self defense n after the
preliminary hearing a verdict of Jutl
nabto hotnk Ide with a raoommondatlon
nb
that Dickens be discharged from cue
tody Dckn rendered Dlcken will b
toy a hearing before a Itrat
In a few day
CIIIK1 IOtis MIAWAXO I1ICAIJ
Sault At Marie Mich Starch il41i1f
Louis Bhawano lat nt the Hauleuia or
Hapld fhD Indiana la dead at his
Iapld on Sugar Island aipM I He was a
01 Spr
prominent Indian In this section for
many vears taking a leading part In
tffeitlng several trestliH with the Inlted
States
ROOSEVELT GIVES
BULLET TO ACTORS FUND
New York March ol Theodore
Mooeavelt has piewnted a bullet with
which he killed a bull elephant to the
Actor fund fair which will be held In
New York cm Mat I to 1 He enl It
In ressjuna to a reqnoat from Charlei
f the fair
Burnham general manager ft
with the following letter dated Ont 0
fart Feb 5
t P not any trophies the skins
are for the National muneulH but I eti
clOM a bul 1alonl la killing a bull
elephant I may t > e e no use lo you
If 8 throw It awe >
VERBUND CONDEMNS
W C T U METHODS
IJcnver March EThs lerwn Amer
ican Verbund has adopted resolution
emphatically condemnIng the Woman
epUaly union for offering
Christian Tempera unio oartn
pulses to chonl children for the bet 5
say on The Evil of liquor Ttie reso
lution cOstelidS that 1i home ta tha
irn
plane for children to learn their temper
save lessonS they contend I Is Incoaalit
eat to ask chltdren whose parent d no
object to beer In the Home to write mi
enwy on its evil effect
RESTRAINED FROM
GIVING HIS MONEY AWAY
lAa Angeles March aHI Frunk R
Ciinnlnrlisin a well known and winlthy
dentist Is held In restraint loa > at the
receiving hospital lo prevent him bestow
ing all his available naari on club valets
hotel bell beta chauffeur h waiters
Before he was lan Into custody at tho
Bfor
Jonathan Hub y Iterdy he S si t
Jothan
snug his money among nil who wouhi
take U
k hnd viranged In riot n w hole tin
in one of th newest snd laigest ufu <
bull lllK rmt WCry WwrHMiv us
plans for a palace and marine eaghsesr
had been set to nnirlnc on a caatnurt for
u yacht before fellow flub mensher dls
omred that the dentist ws snffvrlnii
froni mentis and held him Interested
In a mm of arts until the police srrletl
guiRcons ivj the dentist is unlTorliis
from a form uf paresis which mtv prme
fatal jtvW0 rt time
a
SIXTEEN MURDERS
AND NO EXECUTION
Appalling List of Convicted As
sassin Bohind the Bars
In Utah
AND FOUR KILLED OFFICERS
ese rf C XV Itteltw Wh Was fr
Ill Ortlj 1 PrtMMtl Hi Kill
II I SeieH41 Men
MtnillltUIIIM IV IAIL
Convicted murderers serving life i
sentence In th Mat prison
1M Frank Connor ceBteaced Oct j
1MAboo
hill Abe Major sentenced Oct I
IM1Jnaeph
Joseph Sullivan sentenced April
I liii Apil
James Lynch sesilnosd Nor 5
INS
M DaBM Tracy sentenced Oct 1
N hockiey sentenced SeptA
1
JM
A T 0 sentences DM 1 lilT
Nick Ha > worth ventMcod Aug I
liii
liiiA
A F Heaton sentenced Jan It
is
isTo
To this IR mat be added the
name of L E Drlskell He haa not
been sentenced sa yet but th Jury
recomntMMted life imprIsonment
and that will be the Jet of
th court
Para in the county MM h J
al breakfan t et morning I
charged with murder In the 1r t
degree
I E Drliavell
I V Duncan
Laura < Vndov r hUl I t
Traits Kacelsh I I
ittion No
Tom Rice I
Harry Thome I
Jam H
It fa the cvaan of aplalon among r
police oflcer deputy sheriffs guard
I
o the Mate priaoa and new
paper men eoenlly who have done L
crime and ar familiar with condition 1
that of the M ierv4a life term at the
stale prison but MM A T Day de I
W the clemency ihoun him In Mr Ii
mrriaorunuct
t fr i pinion were it nper j
with rnf I to the eight alleged mui i
< er ri II the count Jail perha
Ilic oil irlKiiier w b would lecelv
th i v t if mpalhv la the u miu >
who klllnl Private haunt > at Km
Douglas iicentlv 1 I
J < Hiaot AesWjJMupph I
uUrt n ivnd U f DfUfcaji n Jl con I
vIctM of atOrdorlM Sr Tf fBe c
Tn addition to live murderer and ill
lefjed murderer u be arldett
the name of Thnrnaa Vance
tl Tbf now In
the itate BTlson awiUIInK bin appeal In
the suprenae oun convicted of foully
marderla his wife ami Tom Ander
son I negro serving K year for Wil I
ing a negro oil Cotnnverclai street H
cal month iwro I
PARDONED TO MURDER j
An yet there is another addition to
the toll of i Im 4d the name t
criminals that or c XV Phelps wh j
was wntemid to a term of life Imp
onment for the murder of Joan Krai
In thl cit > several vcan a gn U Itn I
him wa a man named McMillan who
was wntonced to a term a ill yearn s
Both were pardoned A short time a <
Phelps stalLed to death a man at Hunt
Ida making tb second murder he
committed sine hs rel ae from the
tate prtaon b pardon
Frank Connors mudd
nnol mu an I < i
at Pruvo Abe ktajuis shot to deau
an offloti of the Ogden police depait i
raent Joseph Sullivan shot and kill1
Patrolman John I Ford a member of
the Salt Lake department and Drlskell I
b down fjpoolal Policeman C C
Riley In recent year but two mur j
derers have paid the extreme penalty j
for their foul Crimea Both were shot
t death at the Mate prison b order
of the ur
Drtckail convicted of the murder > f
C C Alley remained in the county
jail about aig month before being
brought to trial Thomas Vain v con
vie of tho mot brutal wife murder
In the annul of crime In Utah llvvrt
ala c
aanat U month la th county jail IM I
fore conviction and his case la still
pending on appeal Tom Aadereon wa
in the county Jail t month befoi
sentenced to a term O II year f > r I
killing another negn
THRHB BAD CA8BT
J M Bhockley who shot tu deaLt
two street < ar men while attempting
to rob them wa twice convicted but I
escaped with lifi Imprisonment Ja
Lynch convicted of the murder of Co
Godfrey Prow escaped the death
penalty when his sentence wa com
muted to life Imprisonment The a I >
good fortune fell to the lot > f Nick
Haywiirth convicted of the murdor er
a night watchman named Bandall > r
ayton Connor Major ulllvan end
Drickell all murderers of officer o
Dal
the law r lifer as decribd In
the parlance 0 the police J
Drtskell ii awaiting sentence t > un I
can iU having a preliminary hearing
In the criminal division of the oJtv
court Hayes ha pleaded not guilt
to the murder of George W I
aN Thorn charged with the emma
rim who ha confoned wah1 I
preliminary hearing thl afternoon
INDIAM8 ON LIST F
Elton Ne and T Itice n Indians I
h were brought here from the south 1
em part nf the state mme time ag < >
fr
Thojr with the young woman who shot 1
aad killed Miaunty at Fort Douglas tare
I
are government prisoners fa
Il in an Austrian charged with s
the murder of a fellow countryman at U
HinghHm several month ago
That the lit is an appalling one 11 I
generally admitted by those familial
with criminal history In Utah That I
the laws delay th tat that per in i
accused of murder are allowed to lie < u I
jail for montiM before trial and that I I
when they are tried escape with life I
Imprisonment or less breed cIInn
cannot be 40fli4
5
COURT DECLINED TO ORDER
BANKER MOORES ACQUITTAL
sISi5ts4 i M MJfcM
tMlll I I Wo
Hrunaugh In the sts Irruii url is t
I terday de lined t n order nn axiiilttsl r I
f
Vnltei I Mixin formei Hlilcnt
the defim lrrn Tril H I Juvipg I
I Imlik whu IP lielii Uleri Ck
iriSlVlll ilepn t IUIwl 1
I In InsiiKeil tltssIu t
hug the 1rI > IRHII lh > n
of Cvttiie In Mm > re behulf
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