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ton tonight cloud clowdy clowdyNUMBER ht Tomorrow p3rtl partly partlycloud m fi t a ht U g I t OU tCr t m C t ft I OOc OiS TIE S TO i OTHE HOME THE M HOM HOME GOERS GOERSNUMBER WITH WITHTffi jT jTcloud L LNUMBER i
t May Be Compelled
Obtain taus Separate SeparateIndictments SeparateIndictments SeparateIndictments
Indictments IndictmentsCOUNSEL IndictmentsCOUrlSEL
Case Against Agail1 t Miss bs Patterson PattersonStrengthened Pa PattersonStrengthened tefson tefsonStrengthened
Strengthened by bythe bythe b bthe
the Ruse RuseXEW RuseEW
SEW EW YOJUC OJUC Dee 34 14rbe The prosecu prosecutions proeeeutione lle8eCI lle8eCItlOns ¬
tions oftae ea a against ta8t 1faa > nu Patte Patterson oa the theFlontdora thlFlorulora theFlortdora
Flontdora g ari charged with killing killingl Jdlllrgllfl
l llfl > er lev 10r v r Caesar Ca r Young will 111 depend dependtu
tu a girat gt Nat degree J on the decision cJecltdonJ > t tJustice tJustice
J Justice lU Uct Davis who will today detetininr detetininrwhether dtennlnrwhether destermiuewhether
whether tLe State may y Adduce evidence evMenorconnecting evtdeIHflonnfOCting evidenceconnecting
connecting J Marian Smith Sn th brotherin brotherinlaw brotberlnlaw brother1nItw
law of the th defendant directly with lith tin tinrrime thtrime thecrime
rime alleged without Itbout finding separate separateIndictment separatehndletment rate rateIndl
Indictment IndictmentIt Indl tmntt tmnttIt
It was w to hear this decision that the thecourt thpourt thecourt
court ourt room r om where the young woman Is Isbeing i ibeln isbeing
being beln tried t r fti was crowded this tla morning morningfor morningtor
for ih lbo tint time In many day dayProw clayRan days daysBands
Bands Ran ACCIti ACCItiPr08cuto AtxneaUeas AtxneaUeasProieutn
Pr08cuto Prow cut or Rand when the deters defensobjecUnl deeT1SbjtUtl deterstbjN
tbjN objecUnl tad to th the Introduction yeaterda yeaterdan
n I Irnoon t Nrno rnonn m of testimony t tbnoat tending tell tendN ig to ahoyttt show showthat ahowhal
that hal Smith rnlth had evaded a wttJMos wi sub subpoena subona subpona ¬
poena ona and had left the jnriadiction of ofi orthe ofthe
i the lie St Slate ate asked sked that the jury be excus excused n excusf1 us usfod ¬
ed and then charged lbarg that Young YOUD was waskilled waski1l waykilled
killed ki1l d as a the result of a conspiracy c D8plraey b btween tH tHt tot
tween t wren en J l Morgan Smith his wife a am amin IHIIU1 ot otth
in defendant t The prosecutor pro > ecuter expiain expiainl expjamtht
l that it wa was A not the intention to the thejirst th thift thtst
jirst st Instance lli ti1ne to kill Young YQtI but to tohim 1 1dm L Lliim
him dm a wrong
Smith SmfthRaa Ran Away AwayThe Aayhe AwayThe
The he pr pruseettter jsecntor foltowed this statement Mt trtient nt
by aaylg aayIi W We htteod pgs to prove that thatSmith thatHmlth thathmtth
Smith ran away way aaddealyao suddenly yo so suddenly
in n fact that Nans Nau
father fta had to toUrn carv carviim eurvtjm
Urn his hi clothe We W a iwM show that thin thiniv t tWaS thins
iv WaS s as a s a after f ttr t e r a l confinmu coat between betw n bet
f ftther a I her and ait her counaaf co md Start skb h
When Rand made tMI Ifat tnoote tIo Aodtdl
oharg eh rge the prosecutor p tatraed mod to Abe Abeud
IfY thif grief COUll counsel tw ue Rotr
laid laidI
I escduq ud relKs1w r 7RAND friMiJiliif Iat IatRa iiionijiu iiionijiuRAND
As the eU dimax az to a aeries of successive successivef
dffltu f feats that T hst had shaken h en the prosecution pro eutton
in Van an Jitterona trby tit L Assistant Dls Dlsi
jet i Alt AttI1t At t rney > > Rand baa suddenly u 4cuJy ehang
d 1 hia ntire ntlr e method of trying tryln to proveI prove proveguilt
I tH guilt of f the
young woman and In aa asrrgumt aargumi aDgumnt
rgumi gumnt nt yesterday y trrda before Justice Davisnrowte Davis Davismnound na namour
mnound nrowte mour d that he would sow ab bow tW there th
hd h bhn t n a conspiracy
racy against Caesar Caesaroung Caearounc
Young oung ana that the
partic to this con conj e eonItrac n nllrac
j llrac iracy were Nan N Patterson J Morgan JiIorpnmllh
Stntth s nith < her ltr brother brotherlnla + and Mra Mtsmeth Mramith Mftmlth
mith her sister sisterMr abterfir
Mr 1 r Rand announced that It was wa not
ti til t i object ot t of the ponaptratora torJ to kill kDIl1b
YismE ups but to injure Ia N him in another
Way WayTh w wV1h
Th remarkable assertion of tb the prOs
f utor came when he was trytoig tnt to anew ahewI
w viy I I y certain evidenoe ev6den reiattnaf relit tbUr to th UN
INnce nce of Btnith should be admitted adidtfeClte admittedPorcoa ttted tttedForce
Force te Shew Hand HandHe H HHe Handlie
He Uied to get the evidence in with without wttllflut
out disclosing his ultimate object but
I Nvy vy and ad Unger attorney atto for Mia M hiss Pat Pattrson Patt
trson t rson had objected ao o strongly trol1 trol1h and andhd andtd
hd h d argued ao effectively against stttpt nat the theinii8Hion tilelmllon theImlasion
< inii8Hion of the tit evidence that almost almostJM al alI almootdespair
JM I despair e 1r the prosecutor utor decided on ont
i 1 new tH W course and announced that he hewould 1MlId hevtld
would lId prove conspiracy But even In InCib IalIo InIa1
Cib Ia1 lIo = he waa defeated for Justice Davy Dav Davurted Davyt Oavtsverted
t verted Nrted that if Smith mlth tb and his wife wifeu wifecoconeplntQrw wifevile
u vile ft cocans coconspirators nothing they tbe had hadMU badlit hadIII
MU III lit It after af p the conspiracy cy came to a ai aad
i ad a d could be admitted against the theII denatant de
r natant natantInable i II > iint iintenable
enable I liable to move the justice from his h hist
t < i IiOft ion Mr Rand finally appealed for forunie forimle forcame
came imle to consult e nault with Assistant District t
Attorney A I lorp t rpey Oana 0 who handled the tb appeals appealsi appealsthe Ia
i the district attorneys omce otDce otDcehha and andtsk
tsk k dim to look up u decisions d < < bdou of the Ita the court
i appoala appee on the 4 4In question questionIn qUU8I1Ia uestien
In Hurried FMf PHclit PHclitJ Figst1etore kt ktBefore
Before J tfo listening Hate to the argument on onudmisaion onst
st < 1 udmisaion udlDl ton of evidence YIde as to IImtitbsaLaenex Smiths SmithsulseiK tII tII6lL84
aLaenex 6lL84 ulseiK > U < Justice Justk a Davfat 1M DavI diammsed the thety mery ther
r ty > for the day da Mr Rand then sid aaUix sidb
11 ix would show Smith u had absented aaeat ab ated hhn hpss hhnsif tate
5 sif It after a conference with the de dei liteIt de deIt
It i nUanfs allt attorneys at and ao burned waa wwla
1 la night that t John X t Patterson Pat the thei tileuun theuung
i oung uun womans father ted ssd to send the thepuling theutiralns
Dlllilllq puling wit witness ate raGtIMe from rent the theh Utehll 1k 1khi
h hll hi tel telThe IIThe tt 1 1The
The announcement a t that the theContJlltMd pibooeYCalunued pronteu pronteuContinued
Continued on Second Page PageTHE Pa PaTHE Pag PagTHE
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the Goo4 MwnnoB Held Forward With the Palm Upward 4 I Eyes Are Raised to the Havess avenl
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U1 t Ii eDUi aittM1tt F Falways
alwayahe al always Teen ii > aria elmir of a oattrrw oattrrwof bj tfmm tfmmof c cot
of a dreadful character but never untIl untjlyeaterday untIlau untilyesdsy
yeaterday has > su au it been poaalbie pe afble for th thSenate t tt the theBerate
Senate Berate t Committee eoUuuee on Privileges and andElections aa4cUona andEkcttons
Elections cUona to hear directly dtr8eUJ from a swornwit sworn swornwltceaa aWOlltwlo811
wltceaa wit > ess just what th thfIP thoaths oaths oat are and andwhrt andwb andwhet
whet wb t penalties are attached for reveal revealing revealInl reveallug ¬
lug thembey them themThey thlftThy
They bey were ere repeated to the Senators Senatorssitting Senate Senatenine Senatorssitting
sitting nine in the Smoot Inquirer by J MWallis M MWallia MWall
Wallis Wall of 0 Salt Lake City p witness subpenaed sub subpenaed aublI8ed
penaed lI8ed by the commlttf eonumt on OIl request of ofAttorney orUorney ofAttorney
Attorney Uorney R W Taj TAN ir of counsel counsel for forthe tortbe forthe
the protestants protestantsEvery protHtanuEvery ProtestantsEvery
Every Mormon who ho goes through theEndowment the theEndowment theEndoment
Endowment House Hou must first put on onI
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Tea Tearfjal rfq 1 Widow Says Apostles Death De th Was WasDue WasDue WasDe
Due to Remorse on Taking j FourthWife Fourth Fourthj FourthWife four 1 1Wife
Wife After Manifesto
A reettml re e 1talby IaI by a sousing oeI woman of how howher bowher howher
her husband had gone away from theirhome their theirhome thrire
home e to take another Ur woman as a a plural pluralwife pluralwlte pluralwile
wife and how he had returned ttrned homeand home homeand bonaeaad
and died within a month afterwardhispfd afterward afterwardhis afterwardhiseed his hisnd
pfd nd hastened hart ed in the witness wit opinion opinionby opinionby opinionby
by remorse was the principal feature featureof tflatureor featureof
of tile Basel m i > t Inquiry today before ore therate the theSenate thekaate
Senate rate Committee on Privileges l ilep11 and andElections anetB1ctioD andElections
B1ctioDThe ElectionsThe Elections ElectionsThe
The witness wit wn was Mrs Trod Ellis of ofBah ofBatt ofBan
Bah Lake City ctt who was wn w a daughter of ofAngus ofea ofAagua
Angus Cannon ea and married rrte4 Apostle ApostleAbraham JpoatklAtwatauIIH ApostleAbrahamH
Abraham AtwatauIIH H fmwn aa hiM plural pi wife witsApostle wifeApostl wifeApo8tlt
Apostle Cannon Call had nrat i r t married rrIed Emily EmilyJenkins EatlyJenkins zJlyJftll
Jenkins Jftll fUl th t then Wetheimtea V Cannon now nowMrs nowIIn nowMrs
Mrs Eli i is > then t Mary Croaall and andanally all4Uy andsnahy
anally Uy UlNan inside HamUnThis insideThis UII UIITb1a
This last marriage marrta IIUlrr e was w the one which whlehwaa wbtrhbroupt whichwas
was brought forward lorw prominently tJ Jut laatprtog Juteprtac tutsprlag
prtog when beD Ptes President > Ideat Joaeph K Kmllli 11IIaUb P Pflstlth
IIaUb mllli was w on the witness wit stand He Hedenied Hea1e4 liedeaied
denied a1e4 having vi performed ptrt the ceremony cerelbonyat ceremonyat y yat
at any place plae on earth although he ad admitted admitted d dJlliU ¬
mitted JlliU s contended by b the protestants proteataatthat protestantsthat l lt
that t be bad accompanied nJed Apostle pCNMJ Can Cannon CannOlI Cannon ¬
non and nd Lillian Hamlln in an open boat boatgeiea boattbe boaton
on the Pactfte OeM Oeeaa I between etw Loo ro An Angeles J Jplea
plea and Catalina Island In the early earlysommer earlJe earlysummer
summer e auner of UN is The proteatanta claim claimed dalmed claimed ¬
ed that Semlths denial tal was w an n evasionframed evasion evasionframed enaioftt1lUMd
framed to omit reference to a aon marriage marriageon
on the high seas nwisToday aeaaTDday seasToday
Today Mrs Kill Ellis described how herkuaband her herhusband herhuaband
husband had announced his Intention of ofgoing ofto ofgig
going to California utorn to marry Ulllan UlllanH LOllapu LllllanH
H mlin and that she had packed his hisluggaav ht htlu hIlug
lug lu f tm < H him The marriage took tookpUce tookPce tookplace
pUce she believed between June 12 and andJuly andJuly andJuly
July 2 and said Id that her husband on onhl onhi onhia
hl hia return bad h d coafctsed to her h that he heiuid hebad hehad
bad been married marriedHe marriedHe marriedIi
He Ii became Ill two weeks later witnesssaid witness witnesssaid 1tn 1tnald
said and complained of pains pall in his hiahead hblhead hishead
head and a cheat became worse WOI and fin finally IInaU ¬
ally aU died within one 0 month of the eere eeremony eereJDeftY ceremany
many the date cia being July II 13NAt 19N 19NAt 11MAt
At this tl a point Mrs BlUa broke down downand donaDd downsad
and between betweettlMl her answers aaswe rs sobbed con continually conUauaUy ¬
tinually Attorney Tayler proceeded proceededwith proceetl d dlth
with lth his questions queaU slowly 1I10wl and gently and andthe Andtblt andthe
the witness ltD gave bur responses In low lowtous lowton lowtoms
toms ton She S told of Apostle poetJe Cannons Cannonsfuneral CallftOPtun1 Cannonfuneral s
funeral from hqr her h l house hou Services fol followed followed followed ¬
lowed at t the tabernacle in the presence presenceof preaeaeeor presenceof
of an enormous jormou crowd crowdTier crowdTien
Tier 1 hunband8 Ia doath tIa I wlUeaa wi tbou thought thoughtwaa Uleutdatdue fist fistwas
was due to sartal o t tal l angvtoh WI IN h eowoe eowoetuoeat ooqeJtII ooaeetluos4s
tuoeat of hit kb fourth mrrHk8
ghat w at I o uJu1FktIo ularly Rw as asJWttl s a on oneit
eit JWttl i e pawpidctl upiece 1Sr1i fr cve OBverinB rt g Wlo Wlobotfy tl tlbody tJ tJbod
body bod tram head to foot From Fromtbat tJis tjifct < t mo momem moeM moneiltto
mem neiltto eM to the end of life a good Mormon Mormonnever Mormon MOIn101lMyer Mormonnever
never wholly removes such a garment garmentfrom prmentfrom garmentfrom
from his hI person according to th the declar declaration declaration declar declaration ¬
ation of of those tb who have Jtay been investigat investigating InvHtlg Investigatlag t tInl ¬
lag the Mormon ormOl1 practices practicesHe pnLet1cesHe prncticeelie
He may y take off part of it at one time timeand timeand timeand
and part at another but never draws abreath a abreath Itbrnth
breath but that aome part of his hi till body bodyIN bodyIII bodyis
IN incased in the garment or ora a dupli duplicate duplleat duplicate ¬
cate eat worn when he went nt through UUO through Ck the theendowment thendowent theendowment
endowment endowment house houseThe bouI bouIThe honorThe
The verbatim ver Um oaths oaU concerning which whichWltneaH wblchWltnfMI whichWitness
Witness Wallta testified are are given here herewith here herewith ere erelth ¬
with lth In repeating the fifth obligation
He lI did not nt have a well day after re returning returnlnefrem returning ¬
turnlnefrem turning from that trip trip t Jibe hft jsild kf H Htold ntold Ile Iletold
told me oI o tb the marriage marriage n and M1 tasked iulkt my myforgiveness MYfonfY myforgiveness
forgiveness fonfY forgiveness lie wall a coneeiantlMMi coneeiantlMMiman een coelonttouyman el9fttllHliff el9fttllHliffaDd
man and I think be beHoveil be ed h JUt lad ha habroken ladbroken nadbroken
broken the theDo law lawDo lawDo
Do you y mean the statutes or tk tkmanlfeotoT tk tknlfo themanifesto
manifesto nlfo Inquired ued Van Paft an Cott Cotto of ofmoots ofSmoots C CImoot
Smoots Imoot moots roan roanTh counselThe counsel counselThe
Th The statutes l tN and the manifesto tW both bothwas bothwas otll otllwa
was wa the reply replyOn rept reptOn replyon
On further croaaexamitMiUon c crossxas htJon lnaUon wit witne wttn witnoes
n noes ne maid she bad objected ob l9d t to Cannon Cannonmarrying eaDllOltrIq Cantonmarrying
marrying rIq Lillian llamlin U JWc MctWte ue ahathought aha abesuch be beuch
thought such uch things Uab could Id not nQtalter be beafter btafter
after the 11 Lb manifesto 0 SIte iad hadatoo aIM gone goneto goneto
to President Smith Ub to ask k him If such suchthings suchthings eh ehlblnp
things could be but withholding the thei thena thenames
na names i of 0 th the persons NOn cotiuerned Smith Smithwas Smithwas Smithwas
was not ct then president pr klen of the HI Mrirmon MdrtnbnChurch MrirmonChurch rormCHaCburcb
Church but said hi a marriage of that thatsort utort tl t tsort
sort ort could not take place She repe repeated repeatedwhat re > 1lted 1ltedwbat std stdwhat
what she a had prt previously 1orwly teatlnod toconcerning to toconcerning toIIIC
concerning IIIC Cannon + Unot not having had j twell jwell Iw
well w J1 day afterward afterwardxTwo oartttWardwo afterwardTwo
xTwo Two wo Witnesses Witnee u Recalled RecalledTwo RecalledTwowltnlies d dTwo
Two Twowltnlies witnesses who had been l > een a on the theatand thrattndellterdlty thestand
stand attndellterdlty yesterday were reeall recsalltd d They Theywere lh lhwMe Toywere
were George Reynold R no djl of Salt LilkeCity L Lilke Lnkecity tke tkeCity
City the fourth of the seven president presidentsof presidentof pret entiJ entiJot I
of seventies ventlH who wished wthedto to make m ke Home Homecorrections MomeCOIreetioas comecorrections
corrections in nls testimony and J II IIWallis nrm IIWallin
Wallis rm the witness who gave ga the En Endowment Endoment Endowment ¬
dowment F House Hou Ioue oath oathWitness oathWtln oathsWitncaa
Witness Wtln Wolllu raid d he wished to tocorrect tooorreelhl tocorrect
correct oorreelhl his veralon v ralon of yesterday refer1 refer1ring refer referI ieferring
ring ria to the th nations of the theorld world and andaald luutId antisaid
said Id he Iftfllnded ir tended to say y instead Inste adsad d this lhlRnation thisnation thisnation
I nation as the one 9n referred to in Inthe Inthelaw the theIaw he helaw
law of vengeance vengeanceWitness venKeunctoU vengeance vengeanceWitness
Witness U was as asked by 11 Mr Worthing
ton whether hether he had over ov r roduee reduced l towriting to towriting
writing the ouligations Obli Jf lIona of the Endow Endowment Etulowment Endowment ¬ I
ment House lie answered Itu wered uNo No but buthad buthd buthad
had told the ulMtancu Itub tanco to many Gen Gentllea Gentile Gentllee
tllea tile and Mormon alike although he becould hecould hecould
could not at this time recall any names namesexcept nllmnsexcel namesexcept
except t Mr Owen the antiMormon Itntl lcrrnon In Investigator inv investigator ¬
excel vestigator vestigatorPrestflng v vestigatorPressing t ptor ptorPrelnl
Pressing for an explanation e phUatlon of howwitness how howwltnefti howwltnHtl
witness came eam to do closlre lre the correction correctionMr correctionfr correetlosMr
Mr fr Worthington pined the following followinganswer followingIUUIwer followinganswer
answerit answer j
When it ben I read the report of my tes testimony tQStlmon testimony ¬ I
timony tlmon in a newspaper last evening I Ifound rfound Ifound
found that I bad made I ute this mistake It I i j jwax
wax w IHJCKUH l eettUMe I wa WitH confused horo in inthis Intbl 1stthis t
tbl this meeting I did not speak paal to any anyone nnyon n non
one on about the matter until Icnme I came hpre hpretblK hpr hprLblll hprthis 4
tblK morning Mornln when hon I me mentioned 11 lIon d It to toMr tdMr i
Mr lr Owen OwenJ OwepIIttVttnd Oweniieveral
J IIttVttnd v ral wltneesea + r on rouse rou e having I
been b en delayii1hy delays br by a storm tho commit comniltt oommltteo
teo te t Mdjournoii adjo + sriled at Itll 11 110 oolodk olodk until 2 p m
e Oat1 oath of t veng e nee JMBVMter er F Fwttaea be bewitness h hwitness
witness stated Iftat It a 1s atJptTWff to tonation tlrk tlrkn
nation n osw II of tlaq th 11k world S ji jnsientf wt of Q only onlyte OQI7te onlyto
te ttt this t nation the latter bel being the theform UMform theform
form In which wJtk the protestanta slabs eiahnis t tIs rs
is s in reality adminiatored adminiatoredToday adlnl adtntdietelredTay lt ltTOOft
Today TOOft however Witness WItn Wallis cotreeted cot rerrected fitrreeted
reeted rected his h testimony tetfwftonyof of yesterday yutMdayrepeated and andrepeated andrepeated
repeated the law awot of vengefinee mak makIng malt making maltIpg ¬
ing it applicable to this t nation only onlyas onlyas
as 0 the protestants say it is isObligations IsObUgattoM IsObtfgttttona
Obligations of secrecy taken by byeveiY every everyMormon evefYlonnon
Mormon elder in the endowment J oWJfteJlt Howe Howebefore HCMUMbelore Itoesebefore
before going on any nrimtfon and on
being raised to the priesthood
1 We and each cf us do solemnly solemnlycovenant
covenant and promise proml e that we will wiiiSENATORS willpfimiTir wltlSENATORS
Kuox uox Made Chairman oi oiConst ojCOlst i iCoast
Const Defenses DefensesCRANE DefensesCRANE DefensesCRANE
New Pennsylvania Senator Senater Laos to toSenator toSenator toSenator
Senator Spooner in Judidary JudidaryCommittee JudiclaIyCommittee JudiciatyCommittee
Committee Aspirations AspirationsVacancies AlpirationsVacanc AspirationsVacancies
Vacancies Vacanc hi the Senate standing com committees COptIftItteo comndCteels ¬
mittees cauwHl by Iatbe the death of seNt Senatow Senttors
tow tor Hanna Quay and a d Hoar have 1 > teen teenailed eenfilled ea eaatled
filled The report of the changes chanc madeneoeaaary made wadeneelspary 4 4ec
neoeaaary neelspary ec ry wassuuniitted was subnjtted u tittecl to to and 1td approv approved I1Pimtv I1Pimtvby approved ¬
ed by the Senate today The Th jgrea XNitttt XNittttintereet kresttsistInterest tact tactinterest
interest concerns the a slgnment8 t of t th Uw Uwnew tJwoonew +
new Senators SenatorsCrane tortfCranQ Crane of oL Massachusetts Massachusettsand MI f 88chtNetlll 88chtNetllland
and Knox of Pennsylvania Penn Pennsylvaniaand ylVanlllnnt and Sena
ter Dick of last session whose as assign assnmenta assignmenta < sn snmenta =
menta were wer i not > ot made until today todtt
There was a considerable rivalry be lH ¬
tween Senator Knox 88 former At Alienator ¬
torney Oen General JAI of the Lntted lnlt StlttoMl Stsrsesand StlttoMland
and Senator Spooner Spoon ri nor r of WIseon Wlsconiiin Iseontilin irs to toet to toet
et t a lL J place > > > lace ace on the Judiciary Judlelltr Cominitiet Cominitietftnator Commlltefanator
SMator ftnator Spoon Spotnr r won out by b iv giving ingo tn nlJ 1 1Assignments
his hi position on Cuban Relations RelationsAssignments RelntlonAssignments Relatios
Assignments of Knox KnoxSenator KnoxSenator KnoxSenator
Senator Knox was as chairman chairman of theCoast the theCoast thpCoa
Coast Coa t Defense Committee Conultt and becomes becomesa
a member of Indian Affairs Ihteroceaiiic IhteroceaiiicCanals InLeroceftttCanals
Canals and Organization of the Exocu lf ocu ocutlve
tlve IIveDflPflrtmt Departments > nt Senator Crane gets gctathi se sethtt getsthst
thi thtt chairmanship of Industrial UxiKMl UxiKMltlona MXltO 12xpoellions l
lions and membership of Canaulan Can tiNt
R Relations lation Civil Service Post POII Quiets and
Post Poet Roads Public Buildings and
Grounds GroundsDlek GroundsDick l lDllk
Dick of of Ohio bocom becomes chairman c alrmall of
Indian Depredations and a amember member ef efNaval 8fnToae4
Engrossed nToae4 Bills Mints Rlld Mining
Naval Affairs and Terrltocles TerrltoclesSenator ierritosiesSenator terrltoale terrltoaleonator
Senator onator Atlas AUtO of Delawar exchanged exchangedthe tCchanctdth exchsrngedthe
the th chairmanship of Indian Depreda Depredations Depredatlous ¬
tions for forthat that t ha t of Orgunlsation of the tht1X6CUU thelxacutlve
Kxecutlve 1X6CUU Departments Buratiam of oCIew
New Iew Hamp Hampshire hlr Industrial Expo Exposition Expositionfor Itlon Itlonfor ltloltll
for Cuban Relations Mitchell ot Oregon OrogoMCoast OroG OregonCoast
Coast Defenses D for Interocennic Canals CanalsPlatt Canal8Jall CanalsPlatt
Platt > Jall of 0 Connecticut Cuban Relations
for the Judiciary JudiciaryBurnham Judlclar JudlclarBurnham JudiciaryBurnham
Burnham on AgricultureSenator Agriculture AgricultureSenator AgricultureSenalor
Senator Burnham was assigned ail a amember Iimber nmRmber
member mber of Agriculture Hopkins Illinois Illi Illinois IllinoIs ¬
nois Commerce Lodge Maaaachusetta Massachusettsgiving Maaaachusettaglvinic MachuttxlirlK
giving up Post Po t Others and PMt Roads Itoadsto HOMdto
to Rule Rules Klkias West W t Virginia Appro ApproiHtioua ApIunrl
rl rlatlona Uon nPIl Minnesota C Gslxtn buu Re lleHosea
lU iHtioua Hosea > U I Dillingliam Vermont Indian
Aftelcg Att I ISenntlor
Senator Senut + or llatt 1lattoC of Connecticut CJnn6ctlctttals also gave gaveup cove gnveup coveupJtpla
upJtpla up hl hlspla place e in 11 the Committee C mmlttee on Indlnn
Affaint ffat 8I ass assmost 11t ivinff Ii savln1utsceeeied ving ucoc e lllf le4J to one of tnfl tnflmost ifs tftmust
most Important chairmatuhl hlrmanilidps s In His tits
Senate ant that on Judiciary
Its wotr wotrWhen nt ntto
token to or prjutry hlkould fhould uJd we do doJW doJWacne so we weagree weagree
agree that oar u threads may be cut eatour and andour andour
our tongues tonlJlleatona torn out by th the roots JOOtWf
2 We > and d each ea h cf t ua do solemnly solemnlycovenant solemnlycovenant 1 1coyrant
covenant and promise that we wlK wlKnever wll wllnever wllnever
never reveal any of this the second secondAaronic second secondAaronic cond condAalonIt
Aaronic priesthood word sign token tokenor tokNOJ tokenor
or penalty Should Sboulde we do ao we agree agreethat agreethat IM IMut
that our left breaats blel itll may be torn opta optaand opeiand 1 1and
and our heart Mart and vitals taken there therefrom theretrom therefront ¬
from fromt
t We e and nd each ac1l of ua do solemnly solemnlycovenant lIOIetaft4 lIOIetaft4eovenaDt solemnlycovenant
covenant and agree ee that we will never neverreveal neverrinI neverrveal
reveal soy a Y of this the first Melchiaedek Me1chlsedekpriesthood Melchiaedeki 3fe1cb ltdek ltdekPrleathood
i priesthood word ord lIsn gn token or pen
The Th prospect IN ta are re that Mrs Ira Chadwick ChadwickwtilbecomjKHea Cha Chadwickwiltbe lck lckwUl
wiltbe wUl wtilbecomjKHea be contpse Om1MI to go t lO Jail unless unleashe unleMhe unlessshecan
she shecan he can give ball to the amount of ofW ottO te te10e
W tO 10e an aittl d else h na wiajr aJ be asked ked to furnish fumiaksurety tut furnishsurety Ik Iklaurety
laurety surety as high hh as s sI 183 h62lOi h62lOiUnited 08 08United
United UnILedSUt State District XMatrict rtet Attorney Sulli Sullivan SuUiald Suhitvan ¬
I van said ald Me did not n t care cire to dtac discuss what whataction whataction hat hataeU
action aeU he would witt take after Mrs Chad Chadwicks Chadwlek Chadwkt
wicks wlek r arrival rrl l but bl1t added stdded significantly significantlyI
I bel bUe W that they tb Y held her In bonds bondsOf boooor bondsof
I Of I000 6000 in New N w York on the charge chargewhich ehawPvhictt ehargewhich
which she > > h il I to answer here I will not notMy notsay tOty
My y what r willask I but you know 1C when whenshe whenahe whensite
she comes here Its the same old oldcharge oldcharze oldcharge
chargeCounty charge chargei charzeCounty
i County Prosecutor Khitfl Ko ier was dennite denniteOf deanlteand deantteand
and JH6C peeelpe peeelpeOf
Of course CoUrM he said aW the case of ofCuyahoga ofcurahOl ofCuyahoga
Cuyahoga curahOlI I county against Mrs M Chad Chadwick Chadwick Chadwick
wick carnet come clime me up until after the theFederal theFederal
Federal F case Case has h been lseepdiapoetied disposed of 0 If IfMrs Trr ifMri
1 Mrs r Chadwick gives the bond b nd which whichDistrict whichDlatrlct
District Attorney tlorn y Sullivan will demand
1 1 snail immediately ImmtMlat W cause caue her itr rearreat rearreatj rearrestunder
j under the th two Indictments found against againxijher apllUlti againsther
jher i her Monday Mon s and 1 will ask that she shegive sheshe shegive
give a bond of u 12500 on each indict indictments Inltctm Indictments ¬
ments m nlll or or a total surety of r rReceipt 2WO 2WOReceipt Os10 Os10Receipt
Receipt for Prisonor PrisonorMra PriHnor1lril PrieenorMrs
Mrs ChadwIck will b be delivered ta taMarshal t8Ilanhal toMarshal
Marshal Chandler in his ottiee in In the theFwleral UUtodeMll theIrederal
Fwleral odeMll Building by by the deputy marshals marshalsRare mars1talRare marshalsRare
Rare Art ArtCol1cction ArtCol1cctionEmbradnc Collection CollectionEmbracing CollectionEmbracing
Embracing Tapestries Persian Can Carpets CIIWtaand Carpetsand > et8 et8and
and Rug Rugs l Furniture f of the French FrenchItalian Fr FrenchItalian cb cbItalilm
Italian and English 1 nKlhh school IIChoolJ1tUKr IIChoolJ1tUKrw1Ua gathere gathered gatheredwith l lwith
with an exquisite eXQut he knowledge knowledStand and un uuUHUHI unustUtl untisual
UHUHI facllltl tltelllthw i will b be on exhibition in inthe lathe inthe
the Arlington Hotel lJ tel ballroom l > Uro m December DeeenlbftI
14 I 18 15and n m 10 from 10 a su m to 11 l p I i m mNo mNo inAo
No coUectlon co 11ection of 0 like merit Jlu rll was W1I wail wailever ever everhovn overholn evershown
shown in in Waakineton 11sphl ton In value Idu the dbv dbvplav d drI dbl dblplay
plav rI play raproaonUs repreadntsabout at1MMtt 9out a ti l million n Jlkln dflllanT dflllanTKn < < QllantNo slian slianAn
Kn ailmlsfilAn aharze ekar I s made madeAd Adv
fir aj jr ahould rMul4we we do so we e ajrref a arce that thatpftr thatmyue tha t
pftr btflltos may myue ue sawn jMun4 aaun aaunore un unour K Kour
our bowels bti + wets gu gush h out outi c t tof
of i j Law or o cr11lceWe sacrifice We and each teh of ofwe of11I o ous f
us d0 aomnly 11I covenant an and agree ha haw that thatW t
we W will aaeriflce rtaCf our time taltnt and andproperty andVIOperty an anproperty th d td
property to the upbuilding of 1 the Church Cburehof Churchof Trc Trcof h
of Jesus Christ and nd lAtter Day Saints 8 SaintsL nta
L 5 The Jaw of vqeaDceWe vongeance We and andeach an anpaell aneach d
each of us do solemnly covenant and andhtree andENe an anyrea d
htree ENe that we will wll pray and never neverceaae nevereea nev neveeaae
ceaae eea to pray Almighty God to avengthe avenge avengethe avengette e
the blood b100 oftb of the e prophet u upon n tM t tis tisUon t fa ° nn nntion oatioa a
tion and that we will teach the tJMunto same samennto rte C Cunto
unto our cbiUSroi cbiUSroitand tand and our outcbUdren chlktren chlktrenchildren ebftbrenchildren
children until the third thtrd anl l1i fourth tOtPotbera fotrtberatton pen penera
eratton era t tloa Ion
Curious urtous People PeopleI eope Gather at Cleveland CI veland Station StationFederal StationF
I Federal F qeral Grand Grand Jury Commences CommencesInvestigation COlnmencesInve omrr encis encisInvestigation
Investigation InvestigationCLB Inve tigatioI1
7 > CLB CLmLANI CL VaLD LA3sD Ohio Dec 14 HTMIe J Jat was tt crowd of ofat cul culat Ir F11ri1 F11ri1hi
at the t hi Un Unto Station here at 11 oclock awmiUnc tile nrfirml of fIICJi Kin KinChadwick is isChadwick
Chadwick ChadwickTlit CJi ChadwickThe dwlek dwlekrIIt
The train w was vary late but the th crowd did not ot aspen aspenTke dlsgeas dlsgeasihe
Tke Ftdoral Olal fvand nd jury this raomia morning C oomnatiMd 00ImII aa la 1inm rNStttlottaf rNStttlottafi < ttalUMi irf atl1 irfUM
UM l1 i Ckkdwick Ckkdw Ckkdwlek k cite ct It i Is eompoeod c mpoeed of nineteen nlaeteenmade meiwtletie meiwtletiemade membarm Jari Win Winmade
made a brlafchtirfe brlateha1J V cautioning the th utmost secrecy ajid talifam tk tkJurorc tile tilejuror thejuror
juror they were 1I 8re especially called together to consider a cue cauu so imaortAat imaortAatthfttlt lJlllOltaatthAtft IV > s1tahat s1tahatthat
thfttlt that It could not wait wait for Investigation by the regular lory loryBIG JarY JarYI jurgBIG
from New York and he will sign a a aenipt re receipt roeeel ¬
ceipt eel pt which he has in readiness lf8 mutlncos l He Healso Heall10 ID C Calso
also will III dm p the Federal cottrta court eourtsof ore orGet °
of removal vaJ which
the tb deputies eseo eseoJig escort K
Jig Mrs Chadwfek bring with them
The marshal announces he ha bail aisti aistipateed antici atleIpattwt ¬
pated the curious crowd and will winthe keep k cep
the Federal building bundID clear of all cept but bit t
those Uto e who had business to transit transact
He further said that Mrs Chdwick k
would wo ld be brought before Judge Jud Whin Wta 1Y
who would be b sitting in the United Unitedgiv trnt
Staten Stat district court WhfTel where If she cooN sou ld
giv give bocds she would be be De releated resex roie o oMl rd
Failtng iltng to do this thl she would w uId be handed band d
over to Sheriff E D Barry Barr and wlllbe will be
placed in jail gullAnotlser jailAnother jailAnot
Another Anot r I IadictuutDt > dictinat Poacihle PoacihleThere PORi PoaieThere
There Is a possibility poaalb lty however of an a
Indictment being be found tou against AI Mrs > x
Chad Chadwick wick by the Federal grand ju jutoday Jury jur ry
today y In that event she will be bemflClla bemediatey Im Immediately ¬
mflClla mediately teb brought before Judge Wing Wingon Winsen Win WinOtt 3
on that indictment Indldl t > Jlt Instead of holding holdingon hold boletlon holdon ng
on a warrant arrant as a she h Is now no detained I
Sheldon Sh tdon O Kurruah Kurru
h will
probably ap appear a apear p ¬ I IIWar
pear In tltrc Lr rll Chadwick8 Chadgii s behalf Judge JudgeAllmugh J JA1baugh Ju4atAlbaulh
Allmugh of Canton C nton who has appeared appearedHd appea I Ihi
Hd hi 5 counsel for htr on former oceato oceasiontt oceasiontthas n
has announced that he would not be beMtl teltulc t table v
Mtl able < to IM in Cleveland today Mr Kui Kaurush Kuirush Kwruah
rush received word on from Mrs Chad ChadwteR Chad1c2 C Ctv1eR hM
wteR 1c2 asking him to meet her thething the hMt lint nrstthing lintthftt t
thing thftt this thl morning and his bl snppoaitton snppoaittonIH tttsn t n n1M
IH ISV that UaR t she he wishes whl wish him tall to conduct e t her herdefense be bedefense l ierr r rdde
defense defenseCHADWICK dde ddeClJAD
NEW XEWYORK YOIIK Bee Dec14Bf1Dc 14 l < Braving lrani fitg all allchargess tb tbcliarges Uk Ukcharsea
cliarges heaped heaJ ed np p against her in OJ Ohio OhiooonfttkKt Oh Ohsgnlidot h o oCOdeCt
oonfttkKt of her ability blUe to escape pe put pnaC0nthM putConktttuM j jContcl
< C0nthM Contcl d m Moond Page p
3 3FR J
Case Taken Up Before BeforeBar Beforei
i Bar of o t the th e U S 5Senate SSenate SI
j Committee Committee of Representa Representaj Rpe resento resentotiV
j hveb tlV S Lays LZY s Frn Forma al I Charges Chargesi Cj i arges argesj
j i I fteiorc e 4 e ore Upper House HouseI
B I H4tjrf ore ore the bar of the be Senate ePA of the theSwtea
4 HnUl 1rtlt i states at JZa JS oclock today toda todaJU1
dudg Ju JU1 l Charles Swiin was Impeached Impeachedof tmpeaehed
I of hjfch III Ii i rimes r i rnt3 and misdemeanors ua In of
I I Lice
Jwt Jus = t
an the Senate wax about to give giveunaiimoua gtY6nIIlmlIK gtv gtvt gtvnatirnouc E
t unaiimoua nIIlmlIK conafd conal
ration to a private privateiil
IJ tall > iil at 1 oclock oclo k this tbt afternoonturn afternoon afternoonni Atternoon Atternoonwat
ni turn r was a stir at tn tits > main door A Ae Atwat
j twat IIgtr of the Louse ou toUowed by
i iJ he e ojt e jet hl commit e of five appointed appojntedI
I i I to > irninarh Irn alh Judge JudeeCbarJea Charles Swayne of
J he h Northern urt urthern hero district
of Florida FJ r1da en entere entereti 0
I tere t tereti teretiJuet red < i iJ
J JJuHt Juot a moment announced nou oh ed d the theI
I I < lair I air turning to S < nator Dubsis Du whose whoseuuI
iJiil 1u a before tre the Senate 4enateMessenter SenateMeBsenftr te teMessapr
MeBsenftr Received RoeeivedThen Reeeivedhf1 ReceivedThu
Then hf1 facing the
messenger ha said
The TIs Senate 8enat
will receive a meaageI mssage
from lOM the House of KHpraentatives KHpraentativesTh ttnp sentattves
I Th jioise Jluls in the chamber became etiU etiUi etlllNd
i td d as th t tht h me8
messenger enp reported the it i nlu nluI solu solution ¬
I Uon c r 1 > impeachment adopted b
by the theutic theiruae
I House iruae utic tIC f Itepresenttives R lUpreaenm pre ent lives ve reading it In Inlull Infull Infull
full He had
hardly finished a sweep ¬
lug bow 00 as he atei atelp tell < p < 4 d aside when heu the theassistant th thlit theasslslant
assistant lit Hant eFlreantalanna ergeant atarms of the Sea Senate Seaate hnate
ate announced announcedI
I announce announce 2nnounceto to the th > Senate the special specialcommittee tipedalcommitt specialcommittee
committee committeeThe committ committeeThe c cThe
I The Senate Will will receive the commit committee ccmmtttee comtnittee ¬
tee said the President pro tern ternThe ternThe temThe
The delegation leaded h tided by by Representa Representative Repr ReprNSntalive slmta slmtatlve ¬
live Palmer of Pennsylvania and nd con consisting conFlattDg conflating ¬
sisting of himself and Rlrt Repwaeniatlir ReprearntattyttJenkins enathf a aJenkins ifJenlUna
Jenkins of Wisconsin Giilett of f Cali California ea eaforma a i ifanla ¬
forma Clayton Clay toft of Alabama A ma and Smith Smitliof 8mll 8mllof Smithof
of Kentucky advanced to the bar La r of oftba ortIIeaM utthoS
tba tIIeaM Senate ueso Absolute aUence e tee prevailed prevailedtfcroufcnovt relU d dtile
fit the chamber and in the theCrowded theowdecl thewiled
Crowded wiled galleries n rles Eves Ev eye was 3 ctti cttifered eCIered ectelMd
fered UIQn uj > on the committee as a rltai hair hairman harman
man Palmer in a firm strong voice voiceannounced ti oce oeeannounced oceI
announced his mission missionJudge mig D DJdll
Judge Swayae Impeached ImpeachedHe
He H said saidMr saidMr
Mr President PresidentIn Pr 8id rt rtIn
In obedience to the order of the Itcusti Itcustiof lcud HCUJlldot lcudof
of Representatives we appear appe r beforo beforoyou beforyou
you and in the name am of the House of ofRepresentatives orBepre
Representatives Bepre ntaUves and of all the people peopleOf peopleof peopleof
Of the tta United States of America we duImpeach do doimpeach dotJapeeeh
impeach Charles Swayne judge of t thet the thedistrict tbet
district t coon of the th United States for forthe tortile forthe
the Northern district of Florida of high highcrimes big bigand highcrimes
crimes and misdemeanors ll in office officeAnd oftkfaIt oMee1ad
And aIt we further inform the Senate Senatethat senatethat Senatethat
that the Houae of Representatives will willin willSa willla
in do d due time exhibit eJtt blt articles of impeach impeachagainst impeacht imrenachawit
awit t against t him and make dooQ a d < t thesass the theAnd tbe4aII
sass sassAid
And IB their name we demand thatthe that thattlk that8a11
tlk the IsmUi uste ahall taN order for th the ap apHearance apof apoearaoe
Hearance of the th 1M said Ak Charles Chari Swayn Sway as toanswer to tomm toaN
mm answer w MM aN hepsachmentThe mipanchment mipanchmentThe c
The S Saats Mt s Reply Roplyt ReplyPresident ReplyPresident
President t pro team Fry Frye who had hadstanding hadataA hadins
ins ataA standing dwrteg the entire prnseeedltd pr prMMd prMMdat teeed teeedat
ltd at the eoodMlosi of Mr fr Palmers Palmerasealmrks Palmersi Pa rs rsI
sealmrks i slowly I and deliberately deUberate an anM aneed anaetgteed
aetgteed aetgteedMr eed eedMr
M Mr Chairman tad Gentlemen of < rf f the theCommittee thetlH theCommittee
Committee tlH of the House of Represents Representatives Retiretau RetiretaCbair Representsthe ¬
tives u
The Thethe the Chair bags to aawwe you ou that thattbe tkatalae
the Senate wffl take proper erd ardr r m fa the theprcmlsfs the11ft thepremises
premises 11ft notice of which will he > e given givento givento ven vente
to tile HOUM in to due time timelie uelIeaowed tineIke
lie lIeaowed bowed a as be concludedChairman concluded concludedChairman C01telu6edC1uahwaaa
Chairman Palmer and tile mom members hers b of ofthe ottM ofthe
the eommittee bowed IB recognition recogl iUon andturntagg and andturning sndha
turning ha were wu escorted lliilC < < tetl from the chamber chamberby chamberby chamberby
by SergeantatArma Ransdell Jtan < < lell who had hadpreceded badpreeeded hadpreceded
preceded them to the bar of the Senate SenateIn SfmateIn SenateIn
In the Houae the Senates reception of ofthe ottbe ofthe
the Imoeachment wan reported by MrPalmer Mr MrPalmer MrPalmer
Palmer and tbe committee coItt was dis discharged dlscbarpcL discharged ¬
charged chargedThe cbarpcLThe
The impeachment 1mpea resolution Pw passed passedthe pusfdthe 7Pd 7Pdthe
the House H uee late yesterday afternoon byas by byan byan
an vn1I unanimous rote roteThe ToteThe
The resolution introduced intIMUC by Repro Representative Reprosentative Reproaentattve ¬
sentative Palmer of Pennsylvania is I as uroUow asfoltow6 asfollows
follows followsHesoUed roUowkettohd
HesoUed That ChaHes Chari Swa wa > T te e eJudge ejlldpo
Judge tif ° f the United Unit States district court courttor courttor conb
tor th u rise Northern district 4i triel of Florida be beimpsuehed bet e
impsuehed t cMd of high crimes and mi m1a1t m1a1tmeu1OfJ mjsitmeanovs 1c 1cmeanors
meanors meanorsAt At UM t e Bar af the Senate ScuteThe SaateThe
The House lfot1 ee paated t8t sped also a reaoiuUon reaoiuUonproviding utlnl utlnlpr
providing pr vidtnfJ for the actual frpl impeachment nt of ofJudge ofJud ofJudge
Judge Jud Swayne at the Lou of 0 the Senate SenateThe SenateMtfo SenateThe
The resolution rods rodsResolved read readReaolved reedaRt
Resolved Rt > anlv That a cetomittce of five be beappointed b bnPfMlntiI
appointed to t00 go to the Senate aDd at the thebar thebar
bar therecf tbCl < < t in ft the tic name alle of tb Housa Housaof HOliBSor
of Rtpws RtplHffttntlvc41 itativ and a o of all all th neoye neoyeat 1el pe pethe
at otO the United States ta impcarh IInpca t tinatle Ciiailea CiiaileaSwayne har lea leaSwane > a
Swayne of high crime crl and stir 1i mean meanors raelnhn saranrrs
ors in ufflce like and to rrquaint Quaint t td > > Senite Senitethat enlte enltethat
that the House J < UfI of Rpreentuu RI Ptall t i v will willIn willin ill illIn
In dm time exhibit rrtleWcr i irticuio atiie a < I Ldt tt fie of ofImpearnmjnt It1UptalhmJlt
Impearnmjnt agalrt bias ud d rato n > uo uoirood
irood v od the th same IIiIrn and l that at the IorlIltHl nrnJuedo nrnJue
do demand deDt nd that the Senate tdiu t < ill onler onlerfor nrslerfar rler rlertor
for lilts Ius appearance ranc of aid I arlwa arlwaSwsyn Irl IrltJ
Swsyn tJ y to answer ia isi 1 lmpenn 1NJMtPlIn Impetu ht I ot otIn M MIn
In accordance uConftncfI with the be temif IIr f this thiareMlution thlJlreeoluUon thisresolution
resolution rise Speaker appotoU pa 1 Ttprw TtprwKentativcs 11 pr prfttattva pru
Kentativcs fttattva Palmer of Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaJenkins PeftDIiHlialn Peapsl lint
Jenkins ln ft of Wmeonrto Ofllett ur > f Cali California < 11 11fGnds ¬
forma Clayton of Atabama Aht awl Smith Smithof Snlitkot smithof
of ICentucty ICentuctyA ICentuchyTe
T Te Praipart IMftet IMftetA IpwkmentA
A resolution r lutJoa was also paaaed i lroYII lroYIItg irovitiIrg rovld rovldIrg
Irg for a special commltt eomll committee nfe of seven sevene e evenlnemltkra en enKembero
Kembero e abfm to preoare articles ot im impeachment 1mpetbIDmt lutpcsebment ¬
peachment peachmentlirmediatelr petbIDmtIJrIl pcsebmentIrrmedi
Irrmedi lirmediatelr IJrIl atel > tet xatelx after the reading c the theJounwl thejattrrel
Jounwl Jntel h the Hou House today Speaker SpeakerOtenitatliigi
lhEiw Otenitatliigi O aretc t tht a 914 914AII 9t4Ate

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