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Silver < 48c per ounce ounceSP > THE S ALT I LAKE HERALD
F COPPcr1f4c SP J3te 1 Ier > er Pound New J JLork POB JORsALT SALT TATTTI TATTTIPalrj
I Lork J1255
to 1275 per 100 pounds poundsESTABLISHED
d Ii3Jtop fOOV fOOVcfsunds cfsunds Palrj Fair continued coldL coldLPRICE o d dt dESTABLISHED
Boundary Descriptions in Petition Do NotCSrr8r NotCSrr8rspond NtC Not Corr Corri rr rrspond
spond With Outlines Outl nes on 0 n the theMap Map Filed Filedh Flr FiledStatutes d dt +
i h t t i Z
oj V Ji i < i iStatutes 7 7Statutes
Statutes Provide That Both Must ust Agree Agr AgreeOriginal eOriginal Original Plat of the City CityCannot CitytCan CityIr
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Ir Cannot Can ot Be Found
HERE is goodlegal ground for f r the thebelief theI bC bCbetter
THERE belief better that the incorporation of ofMurray OtMurray t tMurray
Murray Is invalid invalidThe invalidThe invalidThe
The descriptions of the the boun boundaries boundarIes boundaries ¬
daries of the city on file in two of offices offices otflees ¬
fices of the joint building do not fally fallywith 1t ly lywith
with the boundaries shown on the map mapalso mapalso
1 also on file as the law says they should shouldSo
So many other mistakes and inaccur inaccuracies inaccuraCles maccuraeles ¬
acies were attendant upon the filing of ofthe ofthe ofI
I the various documents preparatory to tothe tothe tOthe
the incorporation of the town that thatIt thatIt thatit
It is feared they have vitiated the themunicipality themunicipality themunicipality
municipality end sought by the ma majority majormty ¬
jority of the th taxpayers taxpay rs of that section sectionof
of the county The errors errorslt Jt is claimed claimedare
are so glaring and so directly in con conmet conmi1t
met with the statutes providing for fo fhe fheIncorporation he heIncorporation
Incorporation of cities that they the CQUld CQUldnot eQuhlnot Qu1dnot I
not possibly be countenanced by any anyunprejudiced anyunprejudiced anyunprejudiced
unprejudiced court in the land landIt landIt
It is an intricate question of law lawsi lawwhether lawwhether j
si whether the defects in the steps taken takenV takenpreparatory
I V preparatory cimi ttuiy to iu iiiuuj inc incerporation r iuiuii c > ration < Jii w ca car < m be bermedied beremedied v vremedied
remedied by amendments to the rca records rcaords ¬
ords rds or whether the whole matter matt r of ofIncorporation ofincorporation ofincorporation
Incorporation will have to be enacted enactedagain enactedagain
again from the filing of a petition of ofthe ofthE ofthe I
the citizens asking a5kingfor for an incorporation incorporationr incorpor tion tionto
r to a vote on the question by the popu pepulace I I1ace
0 1 lace of that community communityMatter communityMatter communityatter
Matter atter Being Investigated InvestigatedThe d dThe
The matter Is now in the hands of ofRay ofRay ofRay
Ray Van Cott the city attorney of ofMurray orlIurra ofMurray
Murray lIurra He was not prepared to state stateyesterday slatefsterday stnteyesterday
yesterday afternoon what would be b the theoutcome theoutome theoutcome
outcome of the whole matter As city cityattorney cityattorney cityattorney
attorney he begged to be excused ezcusedfrom ezcusedfromexpressing from fromexpressing fromexpressing
expressing an opinion upon the matter matterat
at that tIme + me But he did say however howeverthat hoWeverthat hoWeverthat
that a cloud had been cast upon the theincorporation theInrorvoration theincorporation
incorporation of Murray MurrayThe MurrayThe MurrayThe
The matter m matterwas erwas was brought to the atten attention attention atteition ¬
tion of Mayor Miller of Murray by an anarticle anartlcle anarticle
article which appeared in The Herald HeraldFriday HeraldL HeraldFriday
L Friday morning He immediately called calledCity calledCity calledki
City ty Attorney Ray Van Cott up by bytelephone bjtdephone bytelephone
ki kity telephone and asked him to make an anInvestigation allinvestlgation au auInvestigation
Investigation of the records Up to tothat tothat tothat
that time the article in question had es estaped esaped escaped
taped the notice of the city attorney attorneyAfter attorneyAfter attorneyAfter
After reading it he hurried down to the theoffice theofflre theF
F office of Recorder Meeks and began an anofficial anoturlal anofUclal
official investigation investigationThe
The further he proceeded in the mat matter matt matter
ter t > l the more thoroughly convinced he hebecame hebe hebecame
became be ame that something was wrong wrongAnd wrongAnd wrong1
u And when he concluded his Investiga Investigation InvesUgatfoh Investigatioh ¬
tion which lasted almost three hours hourshe hoursh hourshe
he h made the implied statement that if 1tthe itthe I Ithe
the question were brought into the thecourts theIurt5 theP
courts Iurt5 for JJF determination q that Murray Murrayas
as a ciy citYof of the third class would wouldsoon wouldsoon wouldmon
P soon become beoma a thing of the past pastHigut pastMight pastIfiglit
Might BeBemedied BeBemediedHe Be Remedied RemediedHe
He was ashotS hot so a1 i sure however but butthat butthat 1 1that
that the defects might Ight be remedied by byfiling byUl1ngaJ11cndEXI byhung
filing Ul1ngaJ11cndEXI amended maps m PH and descriptions descrlltIonswith descrIptionswith i iwith
with the county t uh uhfy recorder But as a the thematter thematter thematter
matter now stands he admitted Mur Murray Murra Murra ¬
ray ra is not In the eyes of the law from froma
a legal standpoint an incorporated incorporatedcity
city ft There are too many defects in inthe InthE inr
the whole proceedings to withstand a asearching a5arhlng asearching
r searching scrutiny of the courts courtsThe courtsThe courtsThe
The first thing City Attorney Van Vanott Vanott V an anColt
Colt ott did was to look up the statutes statuteson
on the modus operandi of incorporating incorporatingcitits incorpora lng lngitiN
citits itiN He found the following in tho thoLaws thoLaws thoF
Laws of Utah chapter 55 5 under the thecaption thecaptIan thecaption
caption Incorporation of cities be beInsr bein beIn
Insr in an act to amend section 169 of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the revised statutes of the state of ofVtah ofPtah ofVtah
Vtah relating to the incorporaUon of ofcities ofItil ofcities
cities Itil > s which act reads in full as fol follows follows follows ¬
lows lowsBe
Be it enacted by the legislature of ofthe ofthe
the state of Utah UtahSection UtahSection UtahSection
Section 1 That section 169 of the therevised therelsed therevised
revised statutes of Utah 188S be beamended b bamended beamended
amended to read as follows followsSec followsec followssec
Sec ec 169 Petition to incorporate incorporateWhen IncorporateWhen incorporateWhen
When the inhabitants of any part o oany of ofany ofany
r any county not embraced within the thelifhlts thelI thelimits
limits lI 1its of any city shall desire to be beorganized beorganized beorganized
organized into a Qity they may apply
by petition in writing signed by not notless notl notless
less l > ss than 100 of the real property propertyINVITES propertyINVITES propertyINVITES
Idaho Legislature Proposes Trip Tripto Tripto Tripto
to Boise City CityRerefer Rerefer Eight EightHour EightHour EightHour
Hour Bill Under Protest ProtestSpecial ProtestSpcclal ProtestSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldBoise HcraldPoise HcmldPoise
Poise Ida Feb 13 13A A concurrent concurrentresolution concurrentrf concurrentrsoIutIon
resolution rf was passed by the Tdaio Tdaiolegislature Tda101glslaturc Idauolegislature
legislature today toda inviting the Utah Utuhlegislature UtullIpglslature Utahlegislature
legislature to visit Boise during the thesession thesessIon thesession
session sessionENGLAND sessionENGLAND
New York Feb 13 13Thc The Dally Dull Tele Telegraph Tha Telegraph ¬
graph a argues this U morning that h the Unit United United ¬
uhes uhesU n dg at
tO tOb tOJnt
ed States has established a a quasi suzer suzeriiJnty b juzerinty
iiJnty Jnt over the republic of South Amer Amerl Amer1a mer merka
ka l < a according to a London dispatch to tothp tothp tothe
thp TribunE The Telegraph says saysThe saysThe saysThe
The Monroe doctrine involves 1n oIve that As Asthings 45thingf Asthings
things are a distinct premium Is offered offeredto ottexedt
to t adventurers and irresponsible Irf sponslble persons personswho personswho personswho
who can caliboast boast of ephemeral authority in inthese Inth intluee
these th e republics to play fast and looso loosewith loosowith loosowith
with their external ex tenUl 1 obligations obll atlons Some Somoday Somuday Someday
day or other citizens of the United States Statesmight Statlsmight Statesmgbt
might be the victims and then tho coy covcrnment JO JOcrnmtnt coycrnment
crnment at Washington a25hln ton would find itself itselfconfronted itselfonfronted itselfontronted
confronted by an invidious In dlous dilemma dilemmaEither dilemmllJlthlr dilemmaEither
Either it would have to put up with withdefiance a adefiance adefiance
defiance or bo compelled C to adopt meas measures measurcs measurea ¬
urea the employment emplo mcnt of which it denied deniedto
to other powers similarly situated Such Sucha
a position would comport neither with withthe withth withthe
the th dignity nor with the interests of the theVmt themttd thelnitd
Vmt lnitd mttd a Slates Slnt At any rate when the theVenezuelan theVr theVonezuelan
Venezuelan Vr > nezuelan difficulty Is out of the way waywr wayw waywe
wr w trust tr lst that American statesmen will willtak willtalr willtak
tak the problem with all its complicated complicatedana
ana nn embarrassing corollaries In most seri serious serious sarious ¬
ous consideration considerationj
+ + + + + + + 1 + + + + + + + + 4 4I + + + +
+ +
+ +
1 1 + New York Feb 13 13A A remark 4 Tablp j
4 4 able increase fn desertions in the therank 4 p prank
+ rank and file fil from the Scots regi reg regiment 1 1ment +
+ ment is attributed to overwork overworkand overworkand 4 +
+ and bullying says the Tribunes TrlbunesLondon TribunesLondon +
+ London correspondent If the thebar thecharges +
+ charges bar es are well founded It will w1l1be willbe 4 +
+ be an open question whether sub subaltcrns subalterns +
+ alterns who wh are licensed l to flog flogone flogone 4
4 one another arc not brutal disci dl1clpllnar1ans disciplinarians +
+ plinarlans of oCthe the men under them themThere themThere +
+ There Is a current report that thatwhen thatwhen 4 +
+ when the Grenadier subalterns subalternsexecute 4 p pexecute
+ execute the sentences of the mess messroom messroom +
+ room courts the victims whether whethersom whethersong +
+ sons of peers or not are hoisted holst hoistedupon d duPn +
+ upon a whipping horse stripped strIppedand strippedarid 4 +
4 + and flogged The prestige of the theprivileged theprivileged 4 +
4 privileged society societ regiments can cannot cannot 4 +
+ not be b restored until the truth Is Isknown Isknown 4 +
+ known about the methods of orHagglng01 offlagglng 4 4Ragging +
+ Ragging Hagglng01 +
+ + + 4 + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
taxpayers s who are are qualified electors electorsof
of territory to be embraced d in the theproposed theproposed theproposed
proposed city to the board of county countycommissioners countycommissloners countycommissioners
commissioners of the proper county countywhich countywhIch countywhich
which petition shall describe the ter territory territory territory ¬
ritory proposed to be embraced in insuch Insuch insuch
such city and shall have annexed annexedthereto anneCedthereto annetedthereto
thereto on accurate map or plat platthereof platthereotand platthereofand
thereof thereotand and state the th name proposed proposedfor
for such city and shall be accom accompanied accompanle4 accompan1et ¬
panied with satisfactory proof of ofthe orthe ofthe
the number of inhabitants within the theterritory theterritorY theterritory
territory embraced insaid in said limits limitsApproved limitsApproved limitsApproved
Approved March 9 1899 1899Errors 1899Errors 189Errors
Errors Are Found PoundWhen FoundWhen FoundWhen
When it came to comparing themap the thexnapon map mapon j jon
on file with County Recorder Meeks Meekswhich Meekswhich Meekswhich
which the county commissioners made madean madean madean
an ineffectual l attempt to alter but were werefrustrated wei weifrustratedby werefrustrated
frustrated frustratedby by Recorder Meeks 1I eks City At AtJtorney Atorney Atorney
Jtorney orney Van Cott found the errors erro re referred referred referred ¬ I
ferred to toSo toSo toSo
So glaring are the errors that a strip stripof stripof striiiof
of land qn two sides of the city site a aquarter auartr
quarter quar uartr of a mile wide is in question questionwhether questionwhether questionwhether
whether it is within the city or with without withozt ¬
out The description of the boundary boundaryline boundaryline
line of the city limits as onfile on file in inthe Inthe inthe
the office of County Clerk John James Jamesand
and with County Recorder Walter J JMeeks Jleeks Jideeks
leeks reads as a follows followsCommencing followsCommen foMowsConmenIn
Commencing Commen ing at a point twentyfive twentyfivefeet twentYfifeet
feet south of the center of the four fourrod rourrod fourrod
rod street streGtknown known as Highway No 67 67where 6 6where 67where
where the same intersects the quar quartersection quarter quartersection ¬
tersection ter sectlon line 80 rods east of the thesection thesectIon thesection
section Imp lln between sections 1 and 2 2township 2t 2township
township t 2 south range i 1 west Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake meridian m rldian thence east along a aline aline aline
line twentyfive feet south of the cen center center center ¬
ter of Highway No 67 to the west westbank westbank westbank
bank of Big Cottonwood creek creekthence creekthenc creekthence
thence southerly and southeasterly southeasterlyalong southeasterlyalong southeasterlyalong
along the west bank of said creelc cre k to towhere towhere towhere
where the same intersects the quar quartersectionline quartersectlon quartersectIonIlne ¬
tersectionline tersectlon line 80 rods west of the thesection the8cctlonllne thesection
section 8cctlonllne line between sections 5 and
6 township 2 south range 1 east eastthence eastthence eastthence
thence south on said line to a point
25 feet south of the center of High Highway Highway Highway ¬
way No 75 thence westerly on a line
25 feet outh of the center of High Highway Highway Highway ¬
way No 75 7 to a point 54 feet west of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the center of Highway No No8 No8thence 8 8thence 8thence
thence north on Highway N Io > S ten tenfeet tenfeet I Ifeet
feet more or less to the quarter quartersection quarterseotion quartersection
section line forming the south boun boundary boundary boundary ¬
dary line of school district No 25 25thence 25thence 25thence
thence west on said south boundary boundaryline boundarylIne boundaryline
line to the southeast corner of the thenorthwest thenOIthwest thenorthwest
northwest quarter of the northwest northwestquarter northwestquarter northwestquarter
quarter of section 13 township 2 2southrange 2sQutb 2SQUtI1ralge
southrange sQutb rapgel 1 west Salt Lake merid meridian meridIan mendian ¬
ian thence the e north on rt the quartersec quartersection ¬
tion line to the place of beginning beginningDescription beslnningPEs beginningj
PEs j Description ription and Maj MapDiff pDi1er pDi1erThe > Differ DifferThe r rThe
The law says that th t the thedescriptfon description of ofthepjatibrmap ofthe I
thepjatibrmap th the pIaLor latAormap map of the city must agree agreewith agreewit agreewith
with wit the map or < 1r plat on onfile file which whichmade taf tafmade h I Imude
made a part of the th thpetition petition of the citi citizens citizens citizens ¬
zens asking for incorporation They Theydo Theydo II
do not agree agreeThere agreeThere agreeThere
There is only on file a blue print It Itis ItIs Iti
is i neither a map nor plat it Is simply simplyan
an outline of the boundary of the city cityThere cityThere cityThere
There is the first irregularity irr gularlty As a amap amap amap
map or ilat or blue print outline it iti Itdoes itdoes
i does not contain two highways men mentioned mentioned mentioned ¬
tioned in the printed description of the thecity thelt thecity
city lt One highway Is marked South SouthSixteenth SouthSixteenth SouthSixteenth
Sixteenth street on the map The other otherhighway otherhlghwa otherhighway
highway spoken of in the description descriptionappears descriptionappears descriptionappears
appears upon the map plat or outline outlineas
as State road Thereis error No 2 2In 2In 2In
In the right hand corner of the blue blueprint blueprint blueprint
print is a description of the boundary boundarywhich boundaI boundaIwhlcoshould boundarywhlchshould
which whlcoshould should compare exactly with the thedescription thedescrIption thedescription
description in the petition for Incorpor Incorporration incorpration 1ncorporation
ration On the blue print a certain certainhighway certainhighway certainhighway
highway is spoken of as highway No
5 In the two twj descriptions it is spoken spokenof
of as highway No No8 8 While that error errormight errormisht errormight
might notmitigate not mitigate against the incor incorporation incorpor incorDOlaIiOn
poration por < Uon if it were the only one it is iscited iscit iscited
cited cit d as but one instance to show that thatContinued thatth
th records are full of mistakes m more moreContinued re reContinued
Continued qn Page 3 3PAT 3PAT 3PAT
Famous Omaha Kidnaper Located LocatedOnce locatedOnce LocatedOnce
Once More This Time Timein
in England EnglandOmaha EnglandOmaha EnglandOmaha
Omaha Neb Feb 13 13J J J Crow of ofCouncil ofCouncll ofCouncil
Council Bluffs la has received a let letter letter letten ¬
ter from England stating statLng that Pat PatCrow PatCrow PatCrow
Crow his brother alleged all ged to have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been connected with the kidnaping of ofEddie orEddie ofEddie
Eddie Cudahy CUdah is now in Liverpool LiverpoolThe LlverpootThe LiverpoolThe
The letter states thatPat that J > at is employed employedas
as a solicitor for or a wholesale house houseand houseand houseand
and Is receiving 200 per month salary salaryIn salaryIn
In writing the relative says that thatwhen thatwhen thatwhen
when Pat left this country he went di direct difcctto dlrect ¬
rect fcctto to England where under an as asHsh assumed assumed
sumed n riame me he enlisted in the En EnUsh Ens Enslish
Hsh army and was sent to South Afri Africa AfriCa Mnca ¬
ca Upon the close of the war he re returned returned noturned ¬
turned to England and secured his hispresent hispresent hispresent
present employment The information informationis
is I also conveyed that Pat is ready readyto
to return to Omaha if he Is guaranteed guaranteedimmunity guaranteedImmunity guaranteedimmunity
immunity from prosecution prosecutionMAY prosecutionMAY prosecutionMAY
Delaware Republican Factions Draw DrawCloser DrawCloser DrawCloser
Closer and Closer Together TogetherDover TogetherDover TogetherDover
Dover Del Feb 13 13At At a conference conferencetoday conferencetoday conferencetoday
today the regular Republican members membersof
of the general assembly submitted a acounter acounter aCounter
counter proposition to the Addicks Re Republican RePUblican Repubilcan ¬
publican members replying to their theirsigned theirsigned theirsigned
signed offer of last Thursday to go Into IntoJoint Intojoint intojoint
Joint caucus caucusof of all the Republican mem members members unembers ¬
bers Addicks to be eliminated It says saysWe saysVe saysie
We Ve ie will agree to join with you in inthe intl1e inthe
the ejection of two United States sen senators seaators
I ators one of whom shall be elected by byus byus byus
us and nd the other to be selected by you youprovided YOUprovided youprovided
provided of course < your selection is isnot isnot isnot
not John Edward Addicks AddicksGEN AddIcksGEN AddicksGEN
Panama Feb 13 13The The Porvenir a anewspaper a anewspaper anewspaper
newspaper published In Cartegena says
that after a heated political discussion
General UribeUribe shot and killed
General Juan Valderrama the com commanderinchlef COmmanderInchle cornInanderInchief
manderinchlef of the Colombian
o e
+ 4 44 + + + + 44 + + 4 + + 4 4 4 44 + + + 4 + 4 + 44 443IELVILDE + +
+ MELVXrjjE TO BETIBE BETIBEWashington RETIREWashington +
+ +
+ Washington Feb 13 13Rear Rear Ad Admlral 4 4miral
+ mlral George W Mplville M lvll1e will re reIfnqulsh 4 4
4 4 linquish hs position as engineer 4 +
4 In chief of the United States navy navywithin +
4 4 within the next few fe weeks and andwill +
4 4 will be succeeded d by Captain CaptainCharles CaptainCharles +
+ Charles W Rea now on duty as asa 4 4a
4 + a member of the examining board +
+ In ttifc t city I1tyI +
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lI1ASHL 7ASHINGTON GTON Feb 13 13Herbert 13HerbertvV 13Merbert 13MerbertV Herbert Herbertg
V vV g V J W Bowen Venezuelan repre representative representative reprcsentativo ¬
sentative in the peace pe e negotiations negotia negotiations egotiotions ¬
tions at Washington tonight signed signedwith signedwith signedwith
with each of the allies representatives representativesa
a protocol providing for the immedi immediate ImmedIate Immediate ¬
ate raising of of the blockade bl ckade and for the thereference th threference thereference
reference of the question of preferen preferential prefer preferential en ential ¬
tial treatment of the claims of the al allies allIes allies ¬
lies against Venezuela to The Hague Haguearbitration Haguearbitration Haguearbitration
arbitration tribunal tribunalThe tribunalThe tribunalThe
The final formalities f occurred Oceu ed at the theBritish theBritish theBritish
British embassy At 1130 1130tdock oclock to tonight tonight tonight ¬
night Herbert Deering first secretary secretaryof
of the British embassy announced an ounced to tothe tothe tothe
the Associated Press that the t e British Britishprotocol lJritishprotocol Britishprotocol
protocol had just been signed fjlknedand signedand and that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the signatures of the Italian and Ger German German German ¬
man protocols would follow in the order ordernamed ordernamed orderflamed
named namedWritten namedWritten flamedWritten
Written in Different Languages LanguagesThe
The Italian Italian protocol protoco was was signed at
1150 oclock and the German protocol protocolat
at 1210 oclock the presence of Baron BaronSternberg BaronSter BaronSterrtberg
Sternberg Ster berg at the White House Hg se musicale musicaledelaying musicaledelayIng musicaledelaying
delaying a final olbse or se tq tqthe thcs th sniotiaV pootFa pootFations iJ oW
tions tfons1intil until after midnight The T e fBnItlsfl fBnItlsflprotocol Brltlsn IBrItIsnprotocol Brltlsnprotocol
protocol was in English the tli Italian Ih IhItalian inItalian irItalian
Italian and the German in German and andEnglish andEnglish andEnglish
English Mr Ir Bowen signed in dupli duplicate duplicate ¬
cate for Venezuela Sir Michael Herbertfor Herbert Herbertfor Herbertfor
for Great Britain Signor Mayor Des DesPlanches DesPlanchcs DesPlanches
Planches for Italy and Baron Speck Speckvon Speckvon Speckvon
von Sternberg for Germany GermanyImmediately GermanyImmedlateh GermanyImmediately
Immediately on the signing of the thelast thelast thelast
last protocol cables were dispatched to toLondon toLondon toLondon
London Berlin and Rome announcing announcingthe
the fact It Is expected that the com
Claims Filed by y Indian War WarVet WarVeteransUnder Vet Veterans Veterans ¬
erans eransUnder Under New Ne NeAct > Act May MayNot MayNot MayNot
Not Be Allowed AllowedSpecial AllowedSpcfIal AllowedSpe1ai
Special to The Herald HeraldWashington HeraldWashington HeraldWashlngtoh
Washington Feb 13rQuite a num number number number ¬
ber of pension claims filed by Utahsurvivors Utah Utahsurvivors Utahsurvivors
survivors under the Indian Indianwar war vet veteran veteran veteran ¬
eran act of the last session are aresus aresuspended sus suspended suspended ¬ I
pended in the pension office because of ofinability ofinability ofinability
inability of claimants claiI 1 1ts to show thirty thirtydays thirtydays thirtydays
days service serviceUnder servIceUnder serviceUnder
Under the act claimants claimantSiIDust must either eithershow eithershow eithershow
show such service or be able to pro produce produce produce ¬
duce proof of pay from the govern government government governmeat ¬
ment While a number of Utah vol volunteers volunteers volunteers
unteers served in the early Indian Indianwars Indianwars Indianwars
wars the old rolls do not show dates datesof d datesof tes tesof
of enlistment enlistm nt and discharge dischargeWhat dischargeI dischargeWhat
What complicates s the situation is isthe isthe isthe
I the fact that these soldiers were never neverpaid neverpaId neverpaid
paid by the government Utah was at atone
lone I one time reimbursed by the govern government governJ government ¬ I
J ment for all expenses expenses incurred by these thesevolunteers thesevolunteers thesevolunteers
volunteers but the money was never neverturned neverturned neverturned
turned over to the th soldiers but was wasreturned wasreturned wasreturned
returned to the United States treas treasury treasUI ¬
ury UI
uryBeing Being unable to show thirty days daysservice daysService daysService
service this other condition disquali disqualifies disquaHfles disqualifles ¬
fles most of the Utah claimants and andit andIt andIt
it is probable that they will not be bepensioned bepenSioned bepensioned
pensioned until the terms of the law lawhave lawhave lawhave
have been changed Apuitable A > itable amend amendment amendment amendmeat ¬
ment is to be b made in the next con congress congress congress ¬
gress gressKEARNS gressKEARNS
Statehood Petition Introduced IntroducedJ IntroducedJRoss IntroducedTRoss J JRoss
Ross Clark at Capital CapitalSpecial CapitalSpecial CapitalSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldWashington HeraldW HeraldWashington
Washington W shinston D C Feb 13 13T J Ross RossClark RossClark flossClark
Clark brother of Senator Clark of Mon Montana Montana 110ntana ¬
tana is a visitor at the capital capitalSenator caplt3lSenator capitalSenator
Senator Kearns has introduced thu thumemorial thlmemorial thfimemorial
memorial of the Utah legislature fa favoring favoring a aVoning ¬
voring the passage of the theomnibus theomnibusstatehood omnibus omnibusstatehood omnibusstatehood
statehood bill billSenatorelect bilLenatorele bilLSenatoreleit
Senatorelect enatorele i Heyburn of Idaho Id ho is ex expected expected expected ¬
pected to arrive at the capital early
in the week weekRepresentative weekRepr weekRepresentative
Representative Repr eDtathe Sutherland today rec recommended recommentied ¬ I
ommended d the appointment of Thomas ThomasL
L McCarty as postmaster pos master at Green GreenRiver GreenRiver GreenRiver
River Utah UtahL UtahL
a 1 1l
Noted French French Political Economist EcoI d nist to toVisit toVisit toVisit
Visit Salt Lake LakeSpecial LakeSpecial LakeSpecIal
Special to The Herald HeraldBoston HeraldBIslon HeraldBoston
Boston Ma MaSs s Feb 13 13The The Alliance AllianceFrancalse AIIlancFranc2fse AlliancePrancalse
Francalse of Salt Lake is soon oon to hear hearthe hearthe hearthe
the famous French j rench lecturer Leopold LeopoldMabillejiu LeotoldMabUlenu LeopoldMabiilenu
Mabillejiu who has just arrived in Bos Boston Boston Boaton ¬
ton He isi i to lecture at the leading uni universities unierstlcl untvarsities ¬
varsities and andAtHaniO Alliance Francalses of the tbelarge tbola11C thelarge
large cities Mabllleau is regarded re r rded as asthe at atthe asthe
the most noted sociologist in France and andis andIs andIs
is a celebrated authority on political politicaleconomy poUticalcconom polItIcaleconomy
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I JL 4 + j jSpecial
+ Special to The Herald HeraldButte HpraldButte 4 4Butte
+ Butte Montr Mont Feb 13 13Robert 13RobertUUT Robert 4 4 4flirt
4 + flirt who claims to be a brother btotherot 4 +
4 4 of Rev T Ci C Hiff of Salt S lt Lake 14 I Idead 4 4dead
4 + dead here In the Butte poorhouse poorhouscHe +
+ He was dragged from a dop dopjoint dopjoint 4 +
4 + joint in a u dying condition a feu e edays 4 4days
+ days ago His brother his been beenwired +
4 4 wired but has not replied 1QIHfeds 4 +
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + +
C 0
manders of the blockading bl rikadlng fleet with within withI within within ¬ I
in the next twentyfour hours will ill re receive rccehc icceive ¬
ceive their orders to withdraw vlthdraw their theirvessels theiryessels theirvessels
vessels at once onceVenezuela onceVenezuela onceVenezuela
Venezuela Gains Two Points PointsBy PointsBy PointsBy
By the provisions of these prelimi preliminary preliminary preliminary ¬
nary protocols which have required requiredmore requiredmore requiredmore
more than three weks of constant ne negotiations negotiations negotiations ¬
gotiations Venezuela makes two dis distinct distinct dlstinct ¬
tinct gains the immediate immedl e raising of a ablockade ablockade ablockade
blockade from froI which she has been suf suffering suffering suffering ¬
fering for or some weeks and nd the return returnof ret rn rnoC
of all vessels war and merchant merchantwhich merchantwhich merchantwhich
which have been captured by the t e allied alliedfleet aIliedfleet alliedfleet
fleet fleetGreat fleetGreat
I Great Britain Germany and Italy re received reI received ¬
I ceived advance payments paymeptsof of 5500 25500each 5500each 5500each
each Great Britain receiving her pay payment payment paymeat ¬
ment on the thesignature signature of the protocol protocoland protoColand protocoland
and Germany and nd Italy within thirty thirtyand thirhrand thirtyand
and sixty slxt days da s from date Germany in inaddition inaddition inaddition
addition will receive five monthly pay payments payuntil paymeats ¬
meats until the full amount m unt paid her herin herin herin
in advance aggregates 340000 As a aguarantee aguarantee aguarantee
guarantee for the satisfaction satlsfa tion of their theirclaims theirclaims theirclaims
claims Mr Bowen pledges pledg s the allies a ashare ashare
I share with the other creditor nations nationsof 1ationsIn
In i 30 O perrcent per cent o pfrthe e C1lltoms receipts Tecelptsof
of the two portsof pSrtsoffl P rts or Jjft Guayra and andPuerto andPuerto andPuerto
Puerto Cabello CabelloAdvantage CabelloAdvantage
i iAdvantage
Advantage Por Italy ItalyThis ltalyThis ItalyThis
This percentage will be set setaside aside be beginning beginning ¬
ginning March 1 and retained in the
Venezuelan treasury trea uI until The Hague
tribunal shall decide whether itshall itshallbe
be distributed without precedence precedenceamong precedenceamonghe precede pee peeamong
among amonghe the claimant nations or whether whetheri
i the allied powers of Great Britain
Germany and Italy shall receive pref preferential prererential preferential ¬
erential payments pa ments
Butte Police Believe They Have HaveRig HaveRig HaveRig
Rig Used by Railroad RailroadHoldup RailroadHoldup RailroadHoldup
Holdup HoldupButte HoldupButte HoldupButte
Butte Mont Feb 13 13The The officers ofil ers
believe that without doubt they have I
located the rubbertired rig used by b the therobbers therobbers I
robbers of the Burlington trnin trainThey trninThey I
They are now nowdiligently diligently searching for i
the man who hired
a carriage at Sloan I
McGoverns livery stable the night of I
the robbery and returnedit returned it within an
hour and a half after the robbery robbe The Thestable Thestable Thestable
stable boy said that the horses were werecovered
covered with foam and appeared to
have been driven at breakneck speed
The police today arrested Joe Kirby I
and George Cole as suspects Kirby 1 1endeavored Iendeavored
endeavored to escape and gave the th of i I
i Seers a run He was armed with a re revolver icvolver ¬
volver volverHUNT volverHUNTEGGSFIND I
Boys Discover Nearly IO000 IO000Worthof IO000Worthof
Worthof Worth of Stolen Sf len Jewelry J JewelryNear welry i iNear I II
Near Albuquerque AlbuquerqueDenverFeb AlbuquerquDenerFeb I
DenverFeb IS 33A A special spe ial to the Re Republican Republican Republican
publican from Albuquerque N M 1 says saysthe uclysthe s sthe
the greater part of the he 10000 10000VOfUoJ 10000VOfUoJwatches worth VorthoV VorthoVwatches of ofwatches
watches and jewelry stolen from flic flicsafe tl tlmIte th thsate
safe of S Vann Co jewelersof AN AI
buquerque Nov Nj Npv 20 O ISO 1P02 was found to today today ¬
day under und r an old barn by two boys boysvho bnyswho boyswho
who were hunting for eggs eggsWANT eggsWANfiTiiENOTiRIKE
Chief of 2ailway Conductors Sums SamsTip StunsUp
Up Santa anta Fe Situation SituationTopeka SituatioTopeka SituatioijTopeka
Topeka Kan Feb 13 13s A conference conferencewas
was held today between the Santa Fe Feofficials Feofficials te teoIDclals
officials and the trainmen relative to toan toan toan
an increase in wages Nothingdefinite Nothing definite
was decided upon but there is a more moreconciliatory
conciliatory cOllciUatoI feeling between betw en the ihEr par parties parties parties ¬
ties now nowA nowB nowA
A B Garretson assistant chief chleor chleorthe ofthe of ofthe
the Order of Railway Conductors in indiscussing indiscussing indiscussing
discussing the probability of a strike strikesaid strJkesuId strikesaid
said saidThat
That is a question which whichido I dp > rPt nptknow rPtlmow rptknow
know quitehow to answer e bhave bhavenever ha have havenever vc vcnever
never had occasion to strike and in Inal1 Inal1probablUty all allprobability allprobability
probability never n er will If things run rUl run1 as assmoothly assmoothh assmoothly
smoothly as they have hefetofpre In Inall Inall Inall
all previous matters of this thtsknd kind we wehave w whave
have always been able to come corn to sat satisfactory satiSfactory satisfactory ¬
isfactory agreements The raise inwagfS In Inwages inwages
wages Is what we e are after not strikes strikesSome strikesSome strikesSome
Some concessions oncessi ns may be b natle na e of orcourse ofcourse
but one cannot always alwa get all allone 1 allone lI lIone
one wants ant
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + f + + + +
+ +
4 F Washington Feb 13 13S 13Senattr Senator natQr + 4
4 Elkins today consulted con tUed the mem nlem 4
4 hers bemof of the committee conmltt on inter intefstate 4
4 state commerce and secured an anagreement n 4
4 agreement to concur in the amend amendments 4 4ments 4
+ ments to the Elkins antirebate a tIreQ8t tIreQ8tblU 4
4 bill passed by the house hou e todays to ay aywhen 4
4 when it Is received by b the th threiiate senate e at 4
4 This action will 111 send the thcliilrlU thcliilrlUthe th bjjf bfc
4 the president 4 4 f ft
4 + 4 + 4 + + t + + + + + + + 4t + 4 + + 4
4 4oJ
oJ 7
Italy by her protocol gains immedi immedii ImmeUate lmme li liate
i ate payment of her firstclass claims claimswithout claimswithOut cialmswithOut
without further adjudication as soon soonas soonas soonas
as the joint commission at Caracas Caracasshall Caracasshall Caracasshall
shall have passed on the remainder of ofher ofher
her claims In round numbers the ad adjudicated adjudicated adindicated ¬
judicated Italian claims amount to to560QOO
560QOO from which will be subtracted subtractedthe subtra ted tedthe
the 27500 to be paid her sixty days daysfrom daysfrom daysfrom
from the signing of her first protocol protocolThe protocolI protocolThe
The Italian ambassador also hasse hassecured hassecured hasseCure4 ¬
I cured cured for his government the insertion insertionin
in tlje1 tle protocol of an agreement that thatVenezuela thatnQzuela thatVenezuela
Venezuela nQzuela will insert in her treaty treatywith treatywith treatyWith
with Italy tal the favored nation clause clausepossessed clausepossessed clausepossessed
possessed by b the other nations nationsManner nationsManner nationsTanner
Manner of Adjudication AdjudicationGreat AdjudicatiomGreat
Great Gr at Britain Br1t in has left her h r protocol protocolunchanged protocolunchanged protocolunchanged
unchanged since it was approved by bythe b bthe bythe
the London foreign office1 officesome some days daysago da daysago s sago
ago agoIt agoIt agoIt
It is stipulated by b the protocols that thatthe thatthe hat hatthe
the claims of the creditor na n naVor tio ionp shall shallbe shallbe shallbe
be adjudicated by joint commissions to toconsist toconsist toconsist
consist in each instance of a Venezue Venezuelan Venezuelan TenezueIan ¬
lan a representative of the claimant claimantpower claimantpower claimantpower
power and jn case ca < c of disagreement an anumpire anullpire anunipire
umpire to be named by b the president presidentof ptes dent dentof
of theIInited Stal
States State5The i iThe 0 0The <
The protocols in providing prov ding for refer reference referen referenee ¬
ence en of the question of preferential preferentialtreatment preferentialtreatment preferentialtreatmej
treatment to The Hague Hag e do not state statein statein statein
in detail d tail the methods of procedure by bywhfch bywhich bywhich
which the case is to be b > laid before that thattribunal thattribunal thattribunal
tribunal This will be done d ne In a second secondset secondset secondset
set of protocols pr toeol5 the preparation of ofwhich ofwhich ofWhich
which will begin at once onceIt onceis onceIt
It is provided however that not notVenezuela notVenezuela notVenezuela
Venezuela alone but all the other na nations nationsshall nationsshall ¬
tions tionsshall shall be permitted to appear with withher withher
I her before the tribunal in opposition to
Arizona Legislature Denies Peti Petition Petition Petition ¬
tion of Utah Delegates Who WhoLeave WhoLeave
Leave For Home HomePhoenix HomePhoenix
Phoenix Ariz Feb 13 13The The report of oftho ofthe ofthe
the committee appointed to confer with withih
ih t t1 1 Utah delegates 8 Represantati wes wesJhn rca7hnon es esJohnson
Johnson Jhn on and Morris oris relative to the thevposed theroliosed
vposed JJO sed cession of a strip of northeri northeriArizona northeriAriiOna
Arizona Ari na to Utah was made to th thegisiiture the theegihture rhoegistature > I
egisiiture today toda together with the theformal theformal
formal proposition of the delegates delegatesThe delegatesThe s sThe
The report recommends that the pro proposal proposal proposal ¬ I
posal be be denied The report was wa adopt adopted adcited adcted ¬
ed and the delegates left for homa to tonignt tonlot tonignt I
nignt nigntAssemblyman
Assemblyman Morrison of Yayapal Yayapalcounty Ya5apalcounty
county yesterday introduced a bill to togrant
grant suffrage to women of Arizona ArizonaThe ArizonaThe
The bill was passed by the assembly assemblytoday as assemblytoday emblY emblYtOday
today and referred to the counciL counciLIS
Senator Morgan Accused of Mak Making Making ¬
ing False Statement Against AgainstColombian AgainstCqloi1bian AgainstC9lomnbianOfficials i
Colombian C9lomnbianOfficials C9lomnbianOfficialsMexico Officials OfficialsMexico OfficialslIe
Mexico lIe ico iCty Feb 13 13ThE The Mexican MexicanHerald MexicanHeraId MexicanHerald
Herald publishes the following tcle tclegr tcleg rolegrrn
gr g grrn m sent to Senator Morgan at Wash Washington Washington Yashbj ¬
ington by General Rafael Reyesmin Reyesminister Rees min minIst nunisteTrfrom ¬
ister Ist isteTrfrom r from from Colombia at thin capital capitalMexico capitalMexico capItalMecico
Mexico City Cit Feb 13 13To To Senator SenatorMorgan Senator1IQrgan SenatorMorgan
Morgan Washingtori Vashin ton I read in todays todaysnewspaper todaysnevspaper todaysnewspaper
newspaper that in a session of the sen senate senate seaate ¬
ate on the 12th inst you declared declaredthat
that a recent chief executive of the theColombian theColombIan theColombian
Colombian government had sold out outand outand outand
and abdicated for 1000000 According
to the Colombian constitution the chief chiefexecutives chiefexecutives chiefexecutives
executives are are the president and vice vicepresident ylcepreshent I Ipresident
president The last president was Se Senor Senor Senor
nor San Clement a venerable old man mani
i I of over 80 years whose reputation for forintegrity forIntegrity forIntegrity
integrity is widespread in all Spanish SpanishAmerican SpanlshAmerican SpanishAmerican
American nations and who died a few fewmonths toe fewmonths I Imonths
months ago and the vice president in incharge incharge incharge
charge of the executive office at the thepresent thepresent thepresent
present time is Senor Manuel Marro Marroquin Marroquin Marroquin
quin whose uprightness is as well wellknown wellknown Wellknown
known as that of the former Neither Neitherof
of the two abdicated ab lIcated and therefore thereforethe thereforethe thereforethe
the charge you have uttered Is false falseI
I must suppose having regard to the therespect therEospe therspect
respect rEospe t which is due to the senate of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the United States and to all nations of ofthe oftheglobe ofthe
the theglobe globe to your own age and Integ Integrity integrity integrIty ¬
rity and na to justice justl e and truth that In Inmaking inmaking Inmaking
making the assertion asset tion in question you youhave youhave youhave
have given credence to false and ma malicious malicious maliclous ¬
licious reports the origin of which I
Invite you to publish And Ari I must mustpe ex expect cxpect > ¬
pect pe t that acting witlTlhe wlt1ih courage and andsturdy andsturdy andsturdy
sturdy honesty of the men inen of the school schoolof schoolof
of George Geor e Washington among whom
towers tcwer the president executive chief of ofyour oryour ofYour
your nation that you ou will in fairness fairnessuifll1
fulfill your duty dut of rectifying a charge chargeas
as Injurious and false against my coun ¬
try tr RAFAEL REYES REYESColombian REYESCoOInbfan REYESColomblatu
Colombian Minister to t Mexico Mexicoj Me MexicoCOLD ico icoia
ia iaeOL
i Sac Sauprnncusco Francisco Feb 13Unusually coM 01
i tceatfeer prevails over 1 > Vtr th lower lo er half of ofvUifrPgHHc ofitii
itii vUifrPgHHc t 111flC dlIc slpc Tn California a1iomb the th thor thorranges r risrrnsl
ranges ucm > J n focr it t > tuirty below low low1JErm
1JErm 1flnrrptd isrrnsl l In II southern outhrnCaUfornla California orange orangegrowers or orangegroweg < lUge lUgegrowers
growers sre Se smudging freely fr ly
> + t k
the allies claim fdr preferential pay payment payment paymeat ¬
ment Upon the sighing sig ing of the proto protocols protocols protocols ¬
cols tonight congratulations were ex exchanged e ecbanged cxchanged ¬
changed by the four negotiators negotiatorsPresident negotiatorsPresident negotiatorsPresident
President Castro NotifiedMr NotifiedMr Notified NotifiedMr
Mr Bowen then dispatched a brief briefcablegram brIefcablegram briefcablegram
cablegram to President Castro Inform Informing 1nformhim Informlag ¬
lag him of the signature of the proto protocols protocoJs protocols ¬
cols providing for the < he immediate rais raising raising mising ¬
ing of the blockade blockadeThe blocltadeThe blockadeThe
The British protocols consist of nine ninearticles nineI ninearticles
I articles and the others are practically practicallyof
of the same length All provide for the therenewal therencwal therenewal
renewal of existing treaties of amity amityand amlyand amityand
and commerce with Venezuela VenezuelaThe YenezuelaThe VenezuelaThe
The customs receipts to be beset set aside asidefor asidefor asidefor
for the powers pending the th decision de Ision of ofThe ofThe ofThe
The Hague are to be deposited in the theBank theBank theBank
Bank of England at Caracas CaracasTeuton CaracasTeuton CaracasTeuton
I INew
Teuton Chuckles Briton Scowls ScowlsNew ScowlsNew
New York Feb 13 lThe The newspapers newspapershere news newanapershere apers apershere
here says the Tribunes correspondent In InLondon InLondon
London are very much > dissatisfied be because beause because ¬
cause ause Germany is to reeeive 3I 3tfMtfQ tOO from fromVenezuela fromVtaezueJa fromVeuezuela
Venezuela and Englandonly En England land only 37500 i Ger Germany Germany Germany ¬
many i i1J is admitted has every reason to tochuckle tochuckle tochuckle
chuckle chuckleThe chuckleThe chuckleThe
The Daly Dal Mall says the net result of ofthe orthe ofthe
the ayiancQ aianco is i thatthe njlatipus IQI tiPD of Eng England En Enland Eusland ¬
land and tho4United the United States have been beenseriously beenteriousIy n nforiou 1
seriously foriou l embarrassed at a time when th thmutual t tmutual the theniuitual
mutual sentiment is unusually friendly friendlyand friendlyand friendlysiad
and when American opinion opinI O was as begin beginning be beginning dn dnnlng ¬
ning to favor the Idea Id < m of a British al alliance allIunce alilunce ¬
liance that to the continent this coun country country i itry
try has nas been exhibited as still in German Germanllading Germanleading j
leading strings strin to the injury of British Britishinterests BritlahInterests Britishinterests
interests outside of America that at a agreat agreat L Lgreatmcplnse
great greatmcplnse expense President Castro has been beenshown beenshown beenshown
shown that it is twelve times as serious seriousa
a matter to injure Germany as as to injure injureEngland injureEn injureEngland
England En land and that the British foreign foreignoffice foreignoffice i
office has been the laughing l stock of the theworJd theworld I Iworld
Handcuffed to Two Negroes Hej HejMakes He HeMakes HeMakes
Makes a Determined Ef Effort Effort Elfort ¬
fort to Escape EscapeFEW EscapeNEW EscapeVTEW
VTEW FEW YORK Fob F b 13 13Vi1Jiam William Hoop HoopJ BO HoopIN op opt
NEW t IN J er Young was taken to Sing SinsSing SingSinb SingSing
Sing prison today where he will willcommence wl11commence willcommence
commence a life sentence for the mur murder murder murden ¬
der of Mrs Anna Pulitzer PulitzerYoung Pulitzer PulitzerYoung PulitzerYoung
Young fought furiously against his hisremoval hisremoval hisremoval
removal from the prison van to the tnetrain thetrain thetrain
train which was to carry him to Sing SingSing SingSing
Sing and the deputies had to drag him himthrough himthroughthe himthroughthe
through throughthe the Grand Gr nd Central depot which whichwas whichwas whichivas
was crowded with people anxious to toget toget toget
get a glimpse of him himHis himHis himHis
His clothes were almost torn from fromhis fromhis fromhis
his body bod his hat broken and his collar collartorn conaltorn collartorn
torn off Young made ma e this fight despite despitethe despitethe
the fact that he was handcuffed be benveen between betweeru
nveen two burly negro prisoners who wholike wholike wholike
like him had been sentenced to Sing Sin SinSing
Sing Once on the train he quieted quieteddown quieteddown quieteddown
down and drew the blinds of the car carto carto carto
to shut shutdtt dftl the gaze of the curious curiousArrived curiouSAhived
Arrived at the prison town he walked walkedquietly walkedquietly walkedquietly
quietly to the thepenltentiar penitentiary penitentiaryYoung penitentiaryYoung
Young collapsed completely yester yesterday yesterday ¬
day In the Tombs All the nerve nerve which whichcharacterized whichcharacterized
characterized his actions actiolisLancj land and utter utters utterjnces j
jnces nces of 1Vednesda Wednesday had gone and he heas heIvas
Ivas as s so miserable he lay on his hi couch couchall coucJlall couchall
all afternoon afternoonHis afternoonHis afternoonIlls
His condition grew so serious that a aphysician aphysicJan aphysician
physician was forced to administer administerstrychnine administelstrJchnine administerstrychnine
strychnine to accelerate the action ofthe of ofthe otthe
the heart Young then yielded ielded to treat treatment treatnuent ¬ 1 1mEnt
ment but his condition was so serious seriousthatIt seriousthat seriousthat
thatIt that Jt w was thought at one time he hemight hcmight hemight
might not notbe be rempged to Sing Sing to today today today ¬
Portland Woman Takes Young Son SonProm SonFrom SonProm
Prom Estranged Husband HusbandPortland RusbandPortland HusbandPortland
Portland Ore Fob 13 13Mrs Mrs Ber Bertha Bertha Bertha ¬
tha Martin kidnaped her 5yearpId 5yearpIdson
son from the th home of her husband
W Yo E Martin a wellknown well known business businessi busInessman businessmart
i man at t Astoria last lad night boarded board d a asteam asteam asteam
steam launch with a male companion companionand
and started st rted up the Columbia river riverMartin riverllartin riverMartin
Martin came to this thi city today t day from fromAstoria fromstorjain fromAstoria
Astoria storjain In search of his hiswifeand wife wifeand and child childHe childHe childHe
He now nowbellees believes however that she
landed on the Washington shore and
has gone to Seattle SeattleMartin SeattleMartin Seatte SeatteMartin
Martin and his wife have notbeen notbeenliving not been beenIlving beenliving
living together but he h says it was wasagreed wasagreed wasagreed
agreed that he should have the custody custodyof
of the child
qjiJI c
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
+ + 4
+ 4 + 4
4 Seattle Wash Feb 13 13The 13Theweather The +
4 + weather has been extremely e t emeIY cold coldat 4 4
4 4 at Dawson for the past fifteen fifteendaS +
4 days the thermometer going as aslow 4 4
4 4 low as 66 degreesTietow degrees 1i lelow tow zero The4 The Thecountry + 4
4 4 country is covered with a th5tkv th k kfOb 4 4
4 4 dry fog making it almost impos impossible +
4 4 sible to see even in the midjSle mlq Ie of Qfthe 4 4
4 + 4 the day da A fuel famine adds dds to 10the +
4 4 the discomforts of the tl e sjituatfon ldtuat on onTh 4
4 + 4 There Th > re is plenty of ootd Qi > td wood near 4 4p
4 p Dawson but the teamsters will willnot +
4 4 not haul it In during the hard hardwE 4 4weather
4 + weather wE > ather +
+ + + + + + + f4 + + + + + + + + + + + +
Mormon Hierarchy Influenced InfluencedStatehood InfluencedLStatehood InfluencedStatehood
Statehood Bill iII Says Depew DepewPOLYGAMY DepewPOLYGAMY DepewPOLYGAMY
tIT 7ASfflNGTON ASHDJGTON Feb 13 13An An n in int iraa iraaV m mYV
YV V t V i manse crowd was attracted ta tothe tathe tathe
the senate today to hear the ini inivocation 1n 1nvocation Invocation
vocation of General William Booth Boothfounder Booth Boothfounder Boothfounder
founder and commanderInchief of the thaSalvation theSalvation th thSalvatIon
Salvation Army Arm Arm31 Among the occupants occupantsof
of the galleries were Booth Tucker and anda and anda
a large number of Salvationists SalvatlonistsI
I When the statehood stateh od bill came cameflatOr up
enator Depew resumed his remarks remarkse remar remare
JEIe e attacked the Mormon church be b bcause beEisuse ¬
cause he said he believed its its1Ilembers its1Ilembersstill members inembersstill membersstill
still clung clun to the practice of polygamy polygamytIre
Mr tIre Rawlins replied saying that if the
Mormons were not Interfered with they
would work out their own destiny
In referring efer ing to the antipolygamy ntipolygamprOVISIon j
provision of the statehood bill Senator
Depew said the Italian hand of the
Mormon apostle has been at wock in
the t e preparation of the measure and the
concentrated influence of the Mormon
hierarchy can be seen in the deter determined determl determined
mined ml ed effort to prevent any amendment
which will completely exclude nolyzr a poJ poJamy nolyzramy
amy amyIt amyIt N
It Is not disputed he said that thatthe thattheVote the thevote thdvote
vote of the Mormon church is abso ¬
lately controlled by the central hier hierarchy hierarchy hIiarchy ¬
archy of that organization org nizatJon He B de declared declared decisred
clared that the migration of Mormons
to different states and territories Has Hasnot nia nianot Ja3 Ja3Ilt
not for the purpose of securing homer honi
but through compact to control legis ¬
b bHe
lation lationHe latlonHe
He read from an anaUegc alleged address by byexhorting
Bishop LUM of the Mormon church churchexhorting t texhorting
exhorting his followers to remain firm r
in observing the tenets of the church churchand churchand churchiI
and tics iI thus maintain their power in p pelt peltRepudiated H
Repudiated Says Sa Rawlins SawlinsMr EawlinaMr Rawlinsilr
Mr Rawlins Informed Mr Depew Depewthat Depe Depethat Depewthat
that itfie e address was fictitious and that t 8t
Mr Depew had been imposed upon Up R j
He never knew of a Bishop Bunt Luntof of
the Mormon church and said the Mor Mormon ror rormon 1ormon ¬
mon organization had repudiated the theaddress theaddress theaddress
address addressAny addressAny addressAny
Any legislation Mr Ir Rawlins de declared d ddared didared
dared in anystate any state directedat dire dirndted ted at Mol Mermonism Molmonism Morifloflism
monism Is futile unless there is a pub public pubHc publie ¬
lie sentiment which will wUlsustatn sustain the thesame thesame thesame
same The question was not as to the theinadequacy theinadequa theinadequacy
inadequacy of the provisions provisionsagaln against againstpolygamy againstpolygamy t I Ipolygam
polygamy but as to the exercise oC oCpolitical efpolitical ofpolitical
political power Persecution is the seed seedof seedof seedof
of the Mormon church he declared and andit aJMlIt ruedit
it did not do any good to arraign arra arraxi 11t the theentire theentire theentire
entire people and brand every e ery Mor Mormon 11ormon jIarmon ¬
mon as a a a slave slavea amost most unjust aoeu aceusation accusation aoeusation
sation sationTo sationTo 1 1To
To do that he said saidYOUS saidYOUSt you s sthose sGi1y
those t 05e who would aid youinbri youinbriabout you In inabout Qri Qriabout
about the very ery conditions you yuhere youliere youhere
here hereThe liereThe hereThe
The best possibiescheet possible school seho he salt it itthe Jfe1 fs fsthe
the correction c of these evils to to tensuii tensuiiclpte jeJJt eroaai eroaaicipafte M MlpCte
cipafte the Mormons and leave Je lea es e theta tlieJntree thetafree i ifree
free to work out their own destinies destiniesMr de dtiulMr tinj S SJir
Mr Stewart declared that polygamy poIygautrIn y yin j
in this country countl is a thing of The pastbecaWie pastbecause past pastbecause
because public sentiment bas con eelldemn condemned j
demned demn that part of the creed of the theMormon theIormon theMormon
Mormon church churchProposes churc1lProposes churchProposes
Proposes Idaho Clause ClauselIr ClauseMr
Mr Dubois said he did not think thlnfcthe thinkthe thinkthe
the references of the opponents 9t 9tstatehood efstatehood f fstatehood
statehood to polygamy were serfows serJbtSHe seribetsHe
He declared that if the statehood bill billshould billshould hillshould
should be allowed to be put on tie tiepostofflce tl thepostoffice c I Ipostoffice
postoffice appropriation bill he W9 w9t11d w9t11dconsent wul1consent ld ldconsent
consent to and advocate the iaclusisB iBc1usl iBc1uslof incIuaisuof
of the Idaho constitution relating to toelections toelections toelections
elections as an amendment and require requireArizona requireArizona requireArizona
Arizona and New Mexico to subscribe subscribeto
to it before being bein admitted Under Tinderthe Undertt Underthe
the tt > test oath of the constitution lie liesaid JIesaid e esaid
said Idaho disfranchised every mem member member nieniher ¬
ber of the Mormon church and for foryears forrears foryears
years they were without a vote voteMr voteIr voteMr
Mr Ir Depew said s id it was well under understood understOOd undestooj ¬
stood that the people in this country countryhave countryhave countryhave
have religion so long as that re religion re1Iion reIigion
ligion in its practice does not strike strikeat StrJkeat strlkeat
at the foundation of the family and aaflthe andthe andthe
the morality of the state stateThere There can canbe canbe n nbe
be he said a socalled religion which whichcan whichcan hieh hiehcan
can be made a cloak for fo immeral immerality im imneorality l raJ raJity
ity for crime for the purpose of break breafcing bre8king breakins
ing up the family famil circle for the degra degradation degtadation degradation
dation of womanhood and for the cor corruption corruption corruption ¬
ruption of childhood childhoodMr
Mr Depew had not concluded when whenat whenat whenat
at 540 p m the senate adjourned adjournedTack adjournedTack adjournedTack
Tack Statehood on Ppstoffices PpstofficesWashington PostofficesWashington F9stofficesWashington
Washington Feb tUThe 43The ilS The senate senatecommittee senatecommittee eDtecommittee
committee on postoffices and pest pestroads pestroads
1 roads today decided to amend the thepostoffice thepostoffice thepostoflice
postoffice appropriation bill by adding addingas addt addtas addlaas
as an amendment the omnibus state statehood statehood stehood ¬
hood bill The vote on the motion to toamend toamend toamend
amend was 8 to 5 The members who whovoted woovoted whovoted
voted for the proposition are Elkias ElkiasMitchell ElkiftSMitchell ElkinsMitchell
Mitchell and Penrose Republicans and andClay andClaj zndClay
Clay Culbertson Dubois Simmons s and andTaliaferro andTaIfaferro anelTrrliaferro
Taliaferro Democrats Those Tho e who whovoted w whovoted O Ovoted
voted in the negative ne tive were BeverMge BeverHigaDeboe BeverMgeRepublicans eeridgeDeboe
Deboe Domf r LodgAand Proctor aU aURepublicans allRepublicans
Republicans Senator Mason chair chairman ebairman chairman
man 9f f the committee presided and did didnot dldnot dIdnot
not vote voteLETTER voteLETTER
Butte Mont Feb 13 13Ad 13Advlces Advices lces have havereached Jiavereached iesvereached
reached here from PlacerviBe Ida Idathat Idatbt Idathat
that two Thunder mountain nwitrcar nwitrcarrlecs mtIII mltcarrteu carf carfT
T rteu rlecs wsMve have been lost in the mountain mountainand mountaiIland mountainsai
and ai all ll hope of their being alive has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeOn
been abandoned Charles Hagena Hagensas Hagensasthe was wasthe wasthe
the regular carrier and was accompa accompanied accompanied accompaflied ¬
nied by another carrier on this trip tripwhose tripwhose tripwbcae
whose name is unknown unknownThree unkno unknoThree unknownThree
Three carriers have arrived and they theyreport t theyreport ey eyreport
report snow an average of eighteen eighteenfeet eighteeufeet eighteenfeet
feet deep and in some places thirtyfive thirtyfivefeet
feet deep They report the death of oftwoj oftw oftwe
twoj tw twe unknown prospectorS Who were werecaught werecauiht werecaught
caught cauiht in a snowslide snowslideThe snowsHeThe e eThe
The > cold is intense in nse No news has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been had of t Hagena and his companion companionfor
for three weeks weeksPEOF weeksPROF
Ithaca It aca K Y Feb Febn FeblProteeTW FeblProteeTWJenks 13 Profefe Pro JJW JJWJenks W WTenks
Jenks of Cornell univrslty unfv ty has ha been5 be Un Unvoted finvited lnvited ¬
vited by the Mexican government ment to za zato a ato CIto
to Mexico to consult with the authorities authoritiesthere authQdtUtero autbgnitttuthere
there regarding the estabHshmaafr t off ofn5w a anew an
new n w monetary system The > Cornell Cornelltees tnfB tnfBtees tr trtees
tees have granted ranted tim a leave of abeeMe abeeMefor ab elliee ellieetor
for one month monthPSOST I IROST
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4 Cape Town Feb 13 13Mzt M bt Chain Chamherlain C11 m mberIaJn 4 4p +
+ p herlain today reached the town of ofGraffteIht 4 4f
+ f 4 Grafflrelht situated situatedfn in a wholly whollyDutch + f fDutcK
+ Dutch district which was as the thecenter + f
4 4 center of operations during the thewar he hewar 4 4war
+ war A hostile reception re < eptipn had been bppnplanned wEn wEnplanned 4
4 planned but at th the last moment momentthe 4
4 the Intention was wa abandoned aban ontd N Nov r rorthel > v 4 4
4 ortheless orthel Ss the welcome ex extended tended to tothe 4 44the 4
4the 4 the colonial secretary S4rEta was any anything 4 4
4 4 thing but coitiial ieor ial The Dutchmen DutchmenhfJIl 4 4
4 held h ld aloof from the receptions and andI 4
I 4 rurrtioiiR rurwthl Many of them openly +
1 4 4 paradrd r rlft red fllag Hags 4 4 4f
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