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= 2 THE SALT LAKE HERALD SUNDAY NOVEMBER 15 1 1903 SEC1rO SECTION ONE
a Incarceration Morteasen Jlorte 8en had conducted conductedhimswlf conductedhlmMlf conductedhtmIf
himswlf a a model prisoner prisonerAttorney prlllOnerAttorney prtonerAttorney
Attorney C B Stewart then made madelong a along along
long and eloquent plea top a cominur cominurtatton comrnutaton omrnu omrnutatton
tatton of een etmtflf enn iHt > > It Vag wa vashls hl 1Is firstac firstactive flrstl1ctlv first ac active ¬
tive tlv appear appe81lIW met in the case ale for many manymonths J11AtYmontb manymontb
montb inre i nfC the conclusion of the thetrial thettlal thetaital
trial hi brother B J 1 Stewart has hasat hasat hasattendI
attendI at tend i to the active work in the thecourts thedourte theHe
courts courtsHe dourteHe
He prcfaced pnrac pri raced d his remarks with the as assertion aai ¬
i t sertion hat Mortensen oa ut < f Hay had hadalways h hal ha4t
t always al b bn Jtf en > n good personal PfIII friends up upto UDto
4 to the time of the crtm that before beforechat beforef beforethat
that tfnv the condemned man had hadnever hadj hadnever
f j never been accused of any offense al siways ala11 always
ways a11 conducting himself as 5 a law lawaMilU lawabtdlD lawabidini
aMilU abidini > c citlsen Touching noon the theprejudice theprejtJdl theprejndlc
prejudice against Ifortcnaen Attorney AttorneyStewart AttorneJStfWart AttorneyStewart
Stewart paid In substance substanceStrong substanceItrong bIItance8tJong
Strong PuU PublIc PrejudiceYou Pr Prudfcs PrudfcsYou Prejudice JucUceci
ci You all iI know that when a wan a aKuspected i8Rnapecte4 issuspected
suspected of crime and public prejudice prejudiceIs
Is so strong tro j against him as It was as In Inthis inthis inthis
this cam he cannot < bear himself lf up upand upand upand
and overcome such prejudices He may maymake maymake maymake
make statements which are e not wholly whollytrue whollytrue whollytrue
true when pressed by bJ officials as a he hewas hew hewas
was w who were anxious nxlou to fasten this thiscrime th18C11me thiscrime
crime upon someone In this ease the theevidence theevidence theevidence
evidence was wholly circumstantial It Itis Itla Itis
is said that circumstances never He Heyet Hevet lieyet
yet witnesses who testified as to those thosecircumstances thoedrcumlltaDceB thoseIrcumatanceg
circumstances may lie and misrepre misrepresent mlarepreent misrepreSent ¬
sent ent th the facts taetsFacu fethFactajn factsFactsJn
FactsJn Facu relation to the case as shown showny
> y te evidence were then related at atfength atJjangth atlngth
fength by tb the attorney He touched touchedUpon touchedPon touchedflpon
Upon the visit of f Hay to Mortensen Mo the thefatal thetatal theftal
fatal night nl < bt adding that what occurred occurredthere occurredetf occurredtbere
there etf is DOt known excepting excepU from ad admissions adJII adaslons ¬
missions JII aslons made by the defendant after afterli atttrJdII afterarrest
JdII li arrest to the officers officersAttorney otftcelllAttorDe1 omcersAttorney
Attorney Stewart was Interrupted at attMftt attMt atthat
that point by Associate Justice Bartch BartchWho Barteho BartchWho
Who asked him himWas
If W Was It not within tb the power of the thedefense tbeto thedsfaue
defense to make clear what occurred occurredat
at the th house that night Mortensen Mortensenand XorteDilenhi Mortensenaad
and his hi wife are living witnesses to towimt toocc1llled tost
wimt st occurred occurredMM occ1llledI
I I MM h attorney replied m In substance that thatKortensen thatn
I Kortensen rt nen n did not take the stand In his hieHIlaIt hiso hisasm
asm o behalf not think thlnJdu thlnkthg it Itthat necessary necessaryatod necessaryid
atod id that his wife did not testify either eitherQuestion eitherQtM eitherQiestion
Question QtM of Money MoneyLet MoneyLt OIIe OIIeMJet
Let me ask you another question questionInterpolated qUe8UonlaMIpolated questionIatlated
Interpolated Chief Justice Basfcin BasfcinWasnt lnI
I Walt It in I the power of the defense defenseto 4efeDMto
to show that defendant had collected collectedthe collectedtile collectedthe
the money with which whichto to pay the note noteThe noteThe noteThe
The explanation by Attorney Attorn Stewart Stewartwas Stewartwu Stewartwas
was to the effect that Mottensens Mottensenshooks X ken1len ken1len1IooU tenaens tenaensheoks
hooks were In such condition that he heoral beoowl heoovd
oral oowl not have proyen the money in inhand 111MB4 iiihaM
hand without tending for a number of ofwitnesses ofWlaee ofwitnesses
witnesses some of whom were not vtn vtnthe IDUte Inthe
the state te at the time of the trial He Hedid He4Id HedM
did not think the stats was proving proYI its itscase Itsnd itsease
case and nd did not think It necessary to tosend to8IIId tosend
send for the witnesses witnessesWhile wltJ1eanWIllIe witnessesWhile
While relating the evidence adduced adduceddttrias adducedtbe adduceddrg
dttrias the trial the attorney gradually graduallytod radOl1Tp
tod up p to the revelation accusation of ofJames ofJ ofJame
James J Sharp wherein he accused Mor Mort Mort
I t ten Mea of killing his soninlaw in inreply InNJ Inreply
t reply to the oftenrepeated assertion assertionthat anerllontbat assertIonthat
that Mortensen Mort did not dare deny the theallegation thetIoD theaflegadon
allegation tIoD the attorney said saidAn aldJ aId aIdJ
J An a honest neat man would pay no atten attention at attenV ten ¬
1 ties to the charge made under such
circumstances If after the body bodybeen had hadbeen
been bee found and Mr Sharp had again againaccused ap1naccued againaccused
accused Mortensen of the crime Mor Mortensen Mort Mortenaen ¬
tensen t had said you lie I am Innocent Innocentfit
l fit It the crime they would have choked chokedhtai chokedT
T c htai because all U those people knew Mr MrMortensens Mra MrSharps
Sharps a freUn feeftnqa at that tIme Again AplnXorteD8eD Agains
s Mortensens a conduct in telephoning telephoningto
to the police and notifying them of the thefinding theof theShdlng
finding of Hays body that of ofa a guilty guiltyman pUtJDIIUt guiltymen
man 1 I contend that it was not notBrother notJIrotAer notrother
Brother Gives Testimony TestimonyA TtlmonyJIttle
A little farther along In hi his argu arguments a argulnen u umea ¬
mea ments Attorney Stewart was interrupt interrupted
ed toy Associate te Justice Bartch He Heasked HeatIked Hefor
asked for an explanation of Morten Mortensens Mortena Nortensets
sets a statement that the shovel he gave gaveTorgesen gaveTMgssn ve veto
Torgesen to use In digging dlg 1D < < up Hays Haysbody HayabeetJ Haysbody
body was w the only shovel he had when whenaecordtsjff whenaccon1Ial whenaccordtat
aecordtsjff to the testimony adduced in incourt Ineoort Incourt
court there was w another found upon uponthe upontile uponthe
the condemned 1be4 mans pr premises the theblade thebJacle theblade
blade of which hleb fitted the prints found in inthe intM inthegrmve
thegrmve thegrmveRoan the grave graveHenry
tMBeDJ7 Henry Mortensen brother < el 1 the dc dcTendaiM Mnd1It d dYonda
Yonda TendaiM can n dplkln tpara that matter r If tle tleWUt e e3Mrd ord
3Mrd rd will permit permithim him to do so replHd replHdtfee rel rSpldattorney 1tlld 1tlldattorAey
tfee attorney attorneyThe attorAeyIIae attorneyT1
The T1 brother was w given y the ti privileger > privilege mrlvjtegsHesaid ece eceBe
Hesaid Hesaidfrr Be
I frr r Coult had the long handled mnov mnovel 1aoYeI skoyel
el and had been using ua1n it in mixing mbclnrtar
tar He washed It off and returned returnedthe returnedt
It t Jo > the barn afterwards atterwa That hi how howit bowIt howit
it came there Mr Coult is In the city citynow eltJaacnr citya
a now and will tell you the same thing thingif
a if Ifou you win m send for him himReplying himng himaeplylng
Replying ng to a question by one of the themembers theben theibers
members ben of the board Attorney Stew Stewrt Stewarr Stewart
art rt said that that was the t e first timehs time timehe tlmeJaa4
he Jhad heard of it that had he known knownthe kaowntWt kflownt
the tWt t fact before it would have been beenbrfnght bienout n nallt
i allt = brfnght trial out during dvrln < the p progress of n the thei theJMt thewill
I JMt t Will Be B ThE TixatAt nntAt ThEAt
At that Juncture tie Ifs ptetMiing p attor attorney attors attoras ¬
ney as used the Hays murder case as a a acomparison a4OIDput acomparison
comparison oD That man was w pardoned pardonedeven pardo pardonedvs e4 e4after
even vs after it was shown that some of ofthe oftM ofthe
the evidence v eDCe given in court In behalf behalfC behalftM
C tM defendant was false The attor attorney attoraid attorhey ¬
hey said that no one had yet ventured venturedto
to make the assertion that any of the theithnony theJ thetWhnony
tWhnony ithnony J given ven In the Mortensen case casehis cateat capelb
lb his own behalf had been other than thanthe tbaD11l thanthe
the absolute 11l truth truthTouching tnathroael truthroncNng
roael Touching upon the allegation that thatMortensen thatX thaterten1e
Mortensen X erten1e D has been trying to delay 4eJa his hisexecution hladetWtion hiselsendon
execution by grasping at legal techni technicalities ischnleshMes hm hmcalltIH ¬
calities Attorney Stewart 8tew rtI4 rtI4MCJo said saidOo saidGo
MCJo Oo out to the tJa state prison and yon yonwlH Ouflye
4 wlH And five condemned prisoners prisonersPeter prleouePeter prisonersPetet
Peter Mortensen was the last to he hesentenced 1Ie1 1Ie1teaft4 betneed
sentenced teaft4 and win ifl be the first to be beexecuted beetecuted
executed should the Judgment of the theO theoeoIIIt thert I
oeoIIIt O rt be carried out next Friday ldaF I It IIE Ik
IE k t you 0 gentlemen pn tlemea of the beam to toid tothe totad
tad id the opinion of the theeupreme supreme preaae court courtthe courtDe courtthe
the first appeal and on the second secondseal eecoDdRead secondsa1
seal Read the dissenting opinion of ofJfadjs ofJInux ofIadgs
Jfadjs = Martoneaux and consider It care careand careIIb careay
IIb ay and an then determine whether or not notMortensen notMortenMn nOtMortensen
Mortensen has had a fair trial trialTowns trIaLYcnmc triaLYoung
Towns Cited to Appear AppearIn APlUJa
5 Ja In conclusion e Attorney Stewart Stewartfb StewalIPOll
t fb isched chd upon the public prejudice preJa4tjapIMt preJudIc2ad prejudicegainst
ad gainst the prisoner prI He said Id that thatafter tbatr thatI
I after r Mortensen had been taken to the theItenttery tbeteat thenItantIsry
Itenttery teat a newspaper man went out outee oathim outb
b see ee him but was denied admission admissionAlthough admlonIte admission3Ltbeutk
Although he did didDOt not see ie the condemned condemnedman C01I4emnedb
man ia be wont back to his Vesk esk and andwrote andWIOe andwrotm
wrote a column Interview which was wasfates wa wafrom waslaiss
fates from beginning < to end en Theat Theattgranr The at ataid atqrS
tgranr qrS V said that if the board would wouldcommute wouldcmute
commute 18 the he sentence to life hnprlson hnprlsonnt
nt t t withinthe 1Iftbla the next lIxttwo7Kftthe lIxttwo7Kftthedaft two years the theendant thesedans
sedans daft would be able to prove his hisiisMirahrr hwl hisKhce
l iisMirahrr Khce and a n4 clear his name of the thefoal tbeertme theSOul
foal crime of which he had been ilk UltCally 111ey ilkctflvited
Cally cnnvicted cnnvictedSs ctflvitedsaid
Ss said 14 that either that afternoon or orMonday ory oroeday
Monday oeday y he b > would file with the state statea stateSpre4ne
a Spre4ne pretne e court a petition for a rehearthe rehearlag rehear rehearitts
lag on the second appeal He had made madea madattempt de dead
ad a attempt to secure signers BI ner to a peti petition petfdoll petition ¬
tion asking for a commutation of lien sentlMCc lien1aee sontpsee
tlMCc but could get no signers Th Thattorney Thattorney The Theattorney
attorney then asked that Royal B BT n nune 13jung
T > jung ung be cited to appear before th thheard the thebiOard thebeard
heard and give the thetfstlmoDJ testimony which whichJudge whkh3Ud whichJudge
Judge 3Ud e Morrehad MOfI hnd refused ed to admit when whenmotion
4 motion for a iuro 4eLtrI trial in the district districti dtatrlcttourt districtourt
tourt i > urt was argued arguedA argu arguA
A motion to compel com Mr Young to ap appear appear appear ¬
pear was putby put br t Governor Wells anti amicarried anrlcarried anticarried
carried While hlle an officer was sent for forhim forhIm forF
F him Attorney General ral Brweden asked askedthat akedthat askeithat
that District Attorney Elchnor be heard heardagainst heard8plnllt heardagainst
against commutingthe commuting the sentence sentenceArm IentenceJhm sentence7lrni
Arm In JOm Ja KI Otonvictiomi OtonvictiomiThe Q nYlctlcmsThe nvIct1onsThe
The prosecutor stated In a very v few fewwords fewwor fewwords
words wor that the evidence adduced at t the thetrial tbetrial thetrial
trial was w conclusive from a circum circumstantial circumItantlal clrcumstamtlal ¬
stantial point of f view that Mortensen Mortensenkill Mortensenklllfd Mortensenkilled
klllfd kill sl Hay Ha He stated that several severaljurors severaluro severaluro
jurors uro e said th case but hung upon the abll abllhe abllIty ability
Ity of lIorttDaeII to probe > e that hE haft haftthe halthe
the he 3 38flO to give glv Hay ita and nil that as he hedid hedid heI
I did not prove theexistence tb exlsie8ee of that sum sumttiey sumttu sumthey
they ttu y voted for guilty guiltyWhen pDtWhfn gufltrWhen
When T Ietriet istrict Attorney Rlchnor had hadconcluded hadconcludefl hadcoucludeil
concluded Mr Young who had come In Inin InLn Inn
in n the n n1o l1ant1mo > antlme iras as put upon the thestand th thtand thestand
stand H Lp Lr was W8 directed to tell just justwhat Justwhat Justwhat
what happened while he was acting aeUn as ass asspecial a aIal
special s perl Ial l officer of the court and bad d the theJury thejUI thejury
jUI Jury in n charge while they viewed the thepremises thepHmilllea thePremiseL
premises premisesWhen pHmillleaWhEn PremiseLWhen
When we got off the ear at Simpson Simpsonavenue Sfin Simpsonavenue llOn llOnafnu
avenue said the witness ltnf9 we started startedvani startolrd tarttrd
vani rd the east st and I pointed out
Peter Mortensens lIorten ens house Then one of ofthem ofthem ofthem
them asked me where Hays houpe was wasI
I pointed that out to them then tbenBarlow Mr MrBarlow MrBarlow
Barlow a juror started to step tep off offgo offthe
the distance het betven wpen the two hou houSeveral houses housesSeveral I
Several ot them asked me i if the they coul coulgo ool I IgO
go Into Mortensens house I said 1 did didnot didnot I
not know but I would find out I went wentin wentin 1
in and asked Mrs Henry Mortensen If Ifthey tfthey f fthey
they could come in the house She said saidthey saidthey saidthey
they ce c cu1d uld We all went ent in and andtbe andtbejurors the thejurors thejurors
jurors asked which room they were weresupposed weresupposed weresupposed
supposed to be in when wh n they ountefl tourttedthe < ounteflthe oun e 1 1the
the money I did not know so o I asked askedMrs akelIn askedMrs <
Mrs Mortensen She told me which whichroom whIchI whichroom
room It was and we went m mDescribes 1ft 1ftDacrlbe InDescribes
I Describes Jurys AeUon AeUonThen ethon ethonThen I
Then we w went down inthe In the cellar cellarwhen ceUarwl1m cellarwhen
when I was 3S asked a ked which wall the Jars JarsI jarsof an
I I of o money were supposed SUPpos > l to bf un m I Itold Itold Itold
told them I supposed it was the one onewhich onewblcb onewhich
which one of the jurors had pointed pointedout po4ntedout I Ionto
out One of them went to the east eastwall fstwall eastwall
wall and stood up on a keg k g and looked lookedon
i on the waU waUWe waUI
I We then went w t out and went down downto downI downto
I to the intersection Inte tlon of the railroad and andstreet anJstreet anlStreet
street car tracks One of the jurors jurorsstarted jurorstarted jurorsstarted
started to measure oft a distance down downI downthe
I the railroad track when another one oneca1Jed onecafled
I I called to him that he was going g ng the thej
j wrong rOH direction that it was the other otherside otb otbI otherside
side of the street car tracks where Mor Morteneen MorteNlen Mortenei
I teneen was standing when he was seen seenby sesnby n nby
by Motonnan Allen The juror then thencame tbencame thencame
came back and measured m U1Ired off the die distance dittance dietance
tance In the right direction The jurors jurorsand jurori jurorsand
i and myself my el then went down the track trackto trackI trackto
I to where the blood was and I showed showedthem showedI showedthem
them where the blood spots IIJ were wereIn wereIn wereIn
In answer to questions qne Uon I told them of ofthe ofbe ofthe
I the tracks leading leadln to and from the thegrave theave thegrave
grave and showed them where the body bodywas bod bodwu bodywas
was supposed np d to have been put over overthe overthe overthe
the fence I did tell them that the grave graveI avewaa graveWas
I was a little different then from what it itwas ItI itWas
I was when the body bod was found I told toldthem toldthem toldthem
them what Mortensen said IU d to me when whenthe whenthe whenthe
the body bod was found Peter Mortensen MortensenI KortenaenIJtooped Mortensenstooped
I stooped over Hays body and said saidPoor uJIpoor aId aIdPoor
Poor Jimmle he has been roughly roughlyhandled roughlybandIed roughlyhandled
Ipoor handled bandIedI
I Commutation Is Refused RefusedThe 1tefult8ClThe RefuedThe
The members of the board questioned questionedMr
Mr Young very closely relative to his hisconduct hiscondue hisconduct
conduct while with the jury He stout stoutly 8 out outIy ¬
ly maintained maldta1Dedthat that he did not volunteer volunteerany volunteerany volunteerany
any information simply answering answeringquestions 11IIwertneq1leaUOIUI answeringquestions
questions when they were pat to himWhen himWhen him himWhen
When the members of the board had hadasked hadaKed hadasked
asked him all the questions they de desired deIJhied dosisd ¬
sired MrYoung Kr Young was crossquestioned crossquestionedby
by Attorney Stewart and District Attor Attorney A Attornor tor torDe ¬
nor De lachnor lachnorWhen BlebDolWhen ElehuorWhen
When he had been excused the board boardwent boardwent boardwent
went Into executive session on It was wasthen YaMthen wasthen
then 155 oclock At 245 45 oclock the thesession theeaIon thesession
session ended the clerk making JIIkI the theformal theformal theformal
formal announcement that the board boardhad bordhad boardhad
had refused the petition for a commu commutation CGDunutatlon cemmutatloa ¬
tation of the death d ath sentence to that of oflife oflife oflife
life Imprisonment ImprisonmentIRRIGATION Imprl8onmentI Imprl8onmentIRRIGATION Imprisonmenta ImprisonmentIRRIGATION a I
IRRIGATION CANAL RUINOUS RUINOUSHovel
Hovel Contention of Toltac Company CompanyAgainst CompanyApiDat OompanyAgainst
Against TJtabSugar Company
The noval contention that an Irri Irrigation Irrigation ¬
gation canal has rendered agricultural agriculturalland cultural culturalland
land worthless is made m de the basis for a asuit 8lJult asuit
suit that was yesterday flied in the thefederal thefedral thefederal
federal court courtThe courtThe courtThe
The complainant to the Tottec ToltecRanch ToltecRanchcompany ToltecRanchcompany Ranch Ranchcompany
company a California corporation corporationagainst corporationt corporationagainst
against t the Utah Sugar company Be Because Becaue Because ¬
cause of the alleged fact that an arti artificial artlftell artiflcial ¬
ficial canal belonging < to the defendant defendantpermitted defendantpermitted defendantpermitted
permitted alkali and other injurious injuriouschemicals InjurioWlchemlcala injuriouschemicals
chemicals to seep through in solution solutiononto aotutlononto solutiononto
onto the lands of the plaintiff the lat latter latter lattsr ¬
ter asks u for 118000 damages damagesAccording damagellAccordlns damagesAccording
According to the complaint the canal canalruns canalrun canalruns
runs through Box Elder and Cache Cachecounties CachecounUea Cachecounties
counties The water to taken from Bear Bearcreek Bearcreek Bearcreek
creek and to said Id to be sufficient to Irri Irrigate Irrigate Irrigate ¬
gate about 40000 4OO acres The Toltec Tolteccompany Tolteccompany Tolteccompany
company which whl h controls contro a great deal dealof dealof
of land in that section of the state statemaintains statemalntalne statemaintains I
maintains that the baneful chemicals chemicalsheld chemlcalaheld chemicalsheld
held in solution hy b the water In the thecanal thecaDal thecanal
canal have seeped and percolated percolatedthrough pereal percolAtedthrough ted I Ithroucll
through the sides and floor of the wa waterway waterway waterway ¬
terway to such an extent that two xtwoparcels twoparcela twoparcels
parcels of heretofore valuable agricul agricultural acr1eulturaJ agricultur ¬
tural tur 1 land aggregating 3M O acres In Inarea 1ftarea Inarea
area have been rendered worthless worthlessTherefore wort worthlessTherefore 1eM 1eMTherefore
Therefore the suit for damages damagesA
A part of the same action is I an appli application application application ¬
cation by the Toltec company for Z5OO Z5OOfromUie 2500 2500from 500 500from
from fromUie the sugar company for the alleged allegedtheft anedtJMft allegedtheft
theft of rock cement gravel and sand sandfrom fII1dfrolR sandfrom
from the tbeproperty property of the plain plAintiff tint In InBo InJCI4er InBo
Bo Elder county The complaint complaintchanges complaintchaes t te
e changes that the defendant has entered enteredupoh el eiit t red redupgb red redupob
upoh the land d of the plaintiff and re removed re remoq4 reiposed ¬
moved and appropriated to its own use uses izsea I IJam
s > large quantity of material which whicha to toapprised Isapprised
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ADDRESS ON SOCIALISM SOCIALISMThis SOCIALISTha SOCIALISMThis
This afternoon at > t 3 oclock o k Joseph art Gilwill artbErt Oil Oilbert ¬
bErt will lecture at Socialist ll t headquar headquarwill headquarlets I Ii
i lets 68 1 South Main street His H1 subject subjectwill j
will IM Socialism and Social Justice JusticeThe JusticeThe I ITh
The Th hall has been thoroughly loro hlr renovated renovatedand renovatedanti d danrl
and heating heaUn apparatus added which whichmakes whichmikeB whichmakes
makes the headquarters a very comfort comfortable comfortahle comfortohio ¬
able place In which to while away a apleasant apItaunt apleasant
pleasant hour or two Todays lecture lectureis
is I the first of a series of talks Mr Gil Gilbert Gatbtft Glibtrt ¬
bert intends to deliver during the winter winterand winterand I Iand
and as he has complete control of the thesubject the8ubjet thesubject
subject that he has made de a Ufe study of ofhe ofhe I
he will no doubt well repay those who whoattend whoatt whoattend
attend att nd his lectures I ctu Everybody are In Invited Invited invited ¬
vited to attend attendKOLITZ attendKOUTZ attendKOLITZ
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HODGE HOD E MURDER MURDERCASE MURDERGJSEGONTINUED I ICiASE i I
CASE GJSEGONTINUED CONTINUED CONTINUEDi
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5 t tJudge i t
Judge Morse or e Advances It to toJanuary toJlftulry toJanuary
January Term of Court CourtMADE CourtvSTATE
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I JUSTICE NOV 30 30Another 30Another
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Another continuance was granted yes yesterday yesterday yesterday
terday in the Aurora Hod case by byludge byJudge
Judge Charles W Mores Mo in the crim criminal crlminal erlinInal ¬
inal division of the district dt dlMrlet rtet court This Thistime Th Thtime Thistime
time it goes over until the January Januaryterm Januaaterm Januaryterm
term The motion to advance the ca C1ki crswas v vi
i was made by Judge C F Loofbourov Loofbourovher Lootbouroher 1
her attorney It was wa not 3sisted > by b I II
I District Attorney Dennis C Elchnor ElchnorI ZichuorThe
I The last la t time the case ca e came up be before before before I
fore Judge Morse it was 811 set for trial trialon trialon trialon
on Monday Nov 30 After it had been beencontinued beencontinued I Icontinued
continued yesterday the court < set the theMoss tMM088
0 Moss Kifford murder case for that date dateThe dt dateThe i
The tatter is accused of shooting and andkilling anakUlIng andkilling
killing Bad Allie Harvey on Franklin Franklinavenue Franklblavenue Franklinavenue
avenue and Mrs Hodge is accused ecl of ofmurdering ofmUrdering ofmurdering
murdering William X X Ryan last Jab Jahrat 11117at Jabat
at a point near Murray She surren surrendered S1lJTeDdered surrendered ¬
dered to the Detroit Mich authorities authoritiesand authorldeland authoritiesand
and was brought back to Salt Lake LakeCity LakeClt LakeCity
City Clt by Sheriff C Frank Emery EmerySeven Eme EmeySeven T TS8ten
Seven Criminal Cues Set SetThe SetThe SetThe
The other criminal cases set yesterday yesterdaymorning yeaterlYmorning yezteqiaymorning
morning by Judge Morse follow followJohn followJ followJohn
John J obn C Burns and Joseph Gordon Gordonrobbery Gordonrobbery Gordonrobbery
robbery Monday Nov 2 2Edna za zaEdna 2Edna
Edna Spates assault with a deadly deadlyweapon dea41rW deadlyweapon
weapon W apon with intent to do bodily harm harmTuesday harmTueMday harinTuesday
Tuesday Nov 24 24C Z4 Z4C 24C
C F Bray and J E Shaffer selling sellingadulterated aelll aellladulterated sellingadulterated
adulterated milk Wednesday Nov 38 38Mitchell AJOtcbel1 25Mitcheli
Mitchell Childers assault with a adeadly adeadly adeadly
deadly weapon we pon with intent to do great greatbodily creatbodily greatbodily
bodily harm Friday Frida Nov 27 27WilHam 7WilHam 27William
WilHam Moreton battery and resist resisting rNbltlac resistlag ¬
lag a public officer Wednesday Dec 2 3W 2W 2w
W R Smith felony Thursday ThursdayDec ThunKlayDee ThursdayDec3
Dec Dec3 I i iA cA IA
A A E Garber felony Friday Dec 4 4A 4A 4A
A Long Tale of Woe WoeThe WoeThe WoeThe
The complaint of Mary Ann Long Longagainst Irapin8t Loudagainst
against John Long LoD in which she prays praysfor p plJ8tor
for adivorce is a long recital of aft aftabuse alleged alleP4abuae allegedabuse
abuse and cruelty The wife alleges T Ton that tbaton thaton
on July 24 U 1MB 1 her husband took her herforcibly hertorcibly herforcibly
forcibly by the arm and violently pu p pued puedher > d dher
her out of the house where they lived livedand livedand livedand
and told her h r to go away and stay out of ofand ofand ofand
and away from their house On subse subsequent subsequent ubatequent ¬
quent occasions it Is alleged Long In the thepresence thepre thepresence
presence pre ence of third parties called his wife wifeuamw Wifeand wifeapmes
uamw and accused her of being un uncnaste uncba Unchaste
chaste cba te They were married In this city oIt7June cityJune
June 10 1897
District Court Motes MotesJudge XoteJudge NotesJudge
Judge William C Hall yesterday yeate 1ay grant granted granted rant rantceHBMaJU ¬
ed Henry Bullard a divorce cU cUThe from Flor Florence Florence ¬
ence = ceHBMaJU Bullard on the grounds of o desertion desertionThe desertionThe
The Injunction suit aulFf of Sarah A Qibbs Qibbsagainst Glbba Gibbsagainst
against a iD8t the Rio Grande Railway com company company cornpany ¬
pany was yesterday continued until Tues Tuesday Tueday Tuesday ¬
day Nov 17 Only three wlt wltexamined wltn witnesses were wereexamined wereexamined
examined examinedAnna examinedAnDa examinedAnna
Anna A FoOcerson was yesterday yesterdaygranted yesterdaygranted terdaypanted
granted a divorce from Hans P Folker Folkerson Folkeron Folkerson
son by Judge Thomas Tho D Lewis on the thegrounds thegrounds thegrounds
grounds of desertion e He was ordered to topay topa7 topay
pay his wife 9850 50 in a lump sum sumDesertion lJumDeaertlon sumDesertion
Desertion was the ground upon upo which whichJudge whlcllJucItre whichJudge
Judge Thomas Tho D Lewis yesterday yesterdaygranted yesterdaygranted eetentalsrante4
granted Jesse e B Belltnaton a dlv dlvfrom 41yore 41yoretrom divorefrom
from Elisa 011 Bellington BellingtonA
A preliminary injunction was yesterday yesterdaygranted yll8telda7graated yesterdaygranted
granted the New State Gun GaDclub club in Us Ussuit I IBult isuit
suit against John Wringer Wrl et al The Theclub Theclub Theclub
club was placed under IBM boiyds The TIMInunctln TheInjunction i iinjunction
injunction restrains the defendants d from frewtteam fromtearing i itearing
team tearing down the fences of the club and anddriving anddrtvlnr anddriving
driving teams across ac it Its fish and andpre game gamepreserves gamepreserves
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preserves preservesIn pre erVeBTU
TU NATIONAL t UARD 6UARDIn UARDIn
In all the lb organizations tl there has hasbeen hasbeen
been considerable talk regarding the theprospect thepro theprospect
prospect pro peet of being called out for the thecoal thecoal I Icoal
coal miners strike As the strike is isnearing Ienearlnc Isnearing
nearing Its end there hi little or no nochance nochaDce nochance
chance for this experience for the me meof meA meAot mosof
of the guard guardMonday pantKondaJ guardMonday
Monday evenfn evening battery A gave p ve a avery avery avery
very successful Inspection hop The Theaffair Thea Theaffair i
affair was well attended attendedshort attendedTuudaJ attendedTuesday
Tuesday evtinl eveiIng OOIan company H held a aort a ashort
short drill after which a game of base baseball baseball basebail ¬
ball was Indulged in inThursday IDThunday InThursday
I
Thursday evening the signal corps corpswas co cowaa corpswas
was inspected by Lieutenant Colonel H HM toM V VM
M H Lund After the inspection tlon Ser Sergeant ergeant Sergrant ¬
geant Shea and Private Mar werepre wereipresented werepreeented werepreaented
sented with gold Id and silver medal meda by byColonel byColonel byColonel I
Colonel Greenwald and by Captain A AA ASmith
A Smith SmithToday
Today T y the new neweompany company in Ogden OgdeawiU Ogdenwill
will be mustered mUllt red in by 1 7 Lieutenant Col Colonel Colonel ¬ I
onel Greenewald Colonel Greenewald Greenewaldwill
will be accompanied by several officers officersof
of the first regiment and regimental regimentalstaff regmeatalIltatL regimentalstaff
staff staffThursday IltatLThuncJay staffThursday
Thursday evening evenlngcompany company D de defeated efeetH dofeatdd ¬
feated the signal corps In a swift game gameof gameof gameof
of tndoqr ndoq baseball hy a score Icute of 23 to IS ISThe 11Jbe 12he
I ItVaJebed Ifuinlsbed
The he officers omJers room will soon be re refurnished re ¬
furnished and 1 thoroughly renovated a athing ath athing
thing th which has been needed for a alone along j
long time The enlisted mens room roomwill roomWW roomwlll
will also receive receI a few touches at the thehands thehaMta thebands
hands of the carpet layer and furni furniture fumlt furnitut ¬
ture t tut man manAt manAt manAt
At the next drill of the signal s1 < nal corps corpsplans corJ8pia corpsplans
pia plans will be discussed d1 for the reform reformbig j jIng
big 1 of the old signallte association or a akindred a akJA4 akIRdIe
kindred kJA4 society among the members of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the signal corps There are yet those thoseto thoMID thoseIn
to the corps who remember the pleasant pleasanttunes pleuaDtt pleasanttimes
tunes t spent in the signallte days daysRoy da daRoy daysRoy
Roy E Hall of the thesignal signal corps has hasreturned hasretWlMCl baareturned
returned after a trip with a surveying surveyingparty flrveJlhto purveyingparty
party to the Strawberry valley The Themost Thet Themost
most disagreeable weather imaginable imaginableIs
Is reported The signal corps lmactnabhl has two twomore twomore
more of Its men on the same survey surveyand aulVeJand surveyand
and Lieutenant Bero with the United UnitedStates UnitedS OnitedStates
States S tea geological survey along the Salt SaltLake SaltLake
Lake valley valleyOrt val valOd valleyOn I
Ort Wednesday da7 evening next there therewill therewill I
will convene convenet at the armory a court to totry totry totry
try absentees from camp and subse subsequent aubM4IlI1a subsoquint ¬
quent drills The offenders are prom promised promIsed ¬
ised the limit limitSergeant limitSergeant IhnltSergeant
Sergeant Burkhardt has been ordered orderedto
to enforce all the regulations govern governing governing ¬
ing the Salt Lake armory as framed framedby framedbjr framedby I
by the board of control and posted Ut Utthe Jathe 1 1the
the armory and company quarters quartersSeveral quarteSeveral quarterSeveral
Several of the enlisted ted men off 0 the thevarious thevarlOWl thevarious
various organizations who happening happeningto
to be at the armory at the time of ofGeneral ofGeneral ofGeneral
General Cannons lecture last Sunday Sundayafternoon Sunc1ayfteraoOn Sundayafternoon
afternoon were invited in to hear the theremarks theremarka theremarks
remarks The courtesy was appreciated appreciatedby
by the men fortunate enough to hear hearthe hearthe hearthe
the talk and it Itwu was wangreatly greatly enjoyed enjoyedCaptain enjoye4Captain enjoyedCaptain
Captain Webb has commenced com his an annual aDnual annual ¬
nual examln examinations olUJ of the officers ollceraiUIC end endnoncommissioned nd ndnoncommissioned
noncommissioned officers at the High HighschooL b
school The results ulw are said Id to be very veryflattering veryftatterlnc veryflattering
flattering ftatterlncT
THE T 1 m W WILSON TTELBOirEuropean WILSOXEuropean WILSONEuropean
European Hotel Botel Salt Lake Otty attyrooma
200 rooms tt with bath popular pries priesresfaw pr prr prloeresfnms
resfaw r a nt Rates hoe 100 to tt 200 per petS day dayDIAMOND d dDIAMOND
S e eS eDIAMONDCOAL
S DIAMOND DIAMONDCOAL DIAMONDCOALSoUl COAT COATBeTQ COAL COALSoTa
SoUl only by Clttsens Coal company
it West Second South Tel 4t 4tModern 41I 4pModern
S I 1 1Xoclern
Modern Plumbing PlumbingAt
At moderate prices George G Doyle DoyleCo DoyleCo DoyleCo
Co 211 State street Phone 1 1ft 1ftDr ii iiDr 2 2Or
Dr K M Keysors Key ors method of IHfog IHfogteeth atl ng ngteeth llgteeth
teeth is painless N51 la Main str strt strtbach tr Ot t Atlar Atlarbach Auerbach
bach building buUdfn Telephone Tel 1 hone 1120 K K
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FEDERATION FEDERA nON OF LABOR LABORPresident LABOR1raD1at LABORrehint
President Gompers G mpers Criticised For Ex ExBoston ExBoSton
tIa1rapDce tIa1rapDceB08ton
Boston Nov 14 14Tbe The question wheth whether ¬
er r the convention of the Amerkan AmericanFederation AmerkanFederaUoft AmerkanFederation
Federation of Labor should appropri appropriate ¬
ate WOW 1000 to aid tho Western Federa Federation Federation Federalion ¬
tion of Miners in their pending strike strikecame strikeante
came Came up today for a second time when whenthe whenthe whenthe
the committee on resolutions resolu lions reported reportedas
as a substitute for a previous resolu resolution reaolutiOD resolutien ¬
tion that sympathy be expressed for forthe forthe forthe
the miners of the west and that trades tradesunions tradeeuLloa tradesunloha
unions throughout the country be re requested requested ¬
quested qu ted to tender financial ftn nclal assistance assistanceto
to the Western W estern Federation Fed ra tton The re repcrt repert repcrt
pcrt provoked a discussion in which whichncaay whichof whichmany
many of the prominent delegates took tookpart tookpart
part partPresident partPldent partPresident
President Gompers speaking apeak nc from the thechair thechair thechair
chair answered what he termed an in insinuation Innuatlon insinustlon ¬
sinuation of extravagance made by byDelegate bJDelegate byDelegate
Delegate George E Vmcens of Spring Springfield 8prtl1aeld SpringSold ¬
field who said that it might mighthave mightJlave mighthave
have been n well if some of the money moneywhich moneywhicb moneywhich
which the exeeuUte council had ex expended ex expended enpeisled ¬
pended in visiting vtat nc Boston had been ex expended cxpendd ¬
pended in an appropriation apP atlon for the theminers theKr themlnqrs
miners Mr Gompers Gom declared the ex expenses expe8 enpedase ¬
penses of the committee comnlUee entirely jus justifiable instInabIe ¬
tifiable and added addedThe addedThe addedThe
The Federation has now many ap appeals alpeale appeals ¬
peals for funds before it It It is l not notgood notpad notgood
good to give to others ther who are re always alwaysopposed alwa alwaoppMed alwaysopposed
opposed to 70 7 you things tb you deny to toyour totMIr toyour
your tMIr own family familyA falDUrm family4motion
A 4motion motion that the committees sub substitute aulsUtute substitute ¬
stitute rerotatloij retIObI reoo1UtIo be amended ecI to pro provide prowe proride ¬
vide that u nff Ibe 1 s be donated at once by
the federation etaUoa was w defeated by b a show showof sbewor showof
of hands a but a reft ro call was de demanded dead domended ¬
mended and theamended the emoude motion was wasadopted wuadoJatest wssadopteil
adopted adoptedThe adoJatestThe adopteilThe
The committee on resolutions report reported ¬
ed unfavorably vorably on a a proposition that thatunionists that1mIoeIsts thatunionists
unionists ignore unfftfr Injunctions Jl by byany byanJ byany
any capitalistic judiciaries J1I and aavo advocating aavoC aavoeating ¬
eating C tl a a spontaneous tIPODtan S and totted op opposition opptioii ¬
position which h will render rS der such court courtruHngs courtru1Iiopenrt courtrullngstlopratsre
ruHngs ru1Iiopenrt ttoperatftne h and bring brill them into intoridicule intoridicele
ridicule ridiculeThe rldteta1eTlte ridiceleThe
The report of r the committee co was w con concurred c0ncurred concurrd ¬
curred in inVARILLA InVARILLA InVARILLA
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VARILLA CALLS ON ONHAY ONHAYUnited ONHAYUnited HAY HAYUnited
United States Navy Bxpaeted to Pro Protect Protect Protoot ¬
tect Panama PanamaWashington PananUlWashtagton PanamaWashington
Washington Nov 14 Philippe PhilippeBunauVarilla PhlUppeBunau PhilippeBunzuVarllla
BunauVarilla Bunau Var1Jl was at the state depart department department departmeat ¬
ment today to see what information informationthe
the officiate had regarding the situa situaI Bttuatlon sltuation
I tlon on the isthmus i He H said he had hadno hadno hadno
no anxiety over the dispatches dl patchel from fromGuayaquil fromGuanqull fromGuayaquil
Guayaquil that a Colombian expedi expedition expedltIon expedition ¬
tion would endeavor to reach the lath isthmus iathI lathmus ¬
mus musIt S
I It were easier said the minister ministerto
to march from Cape Town to Lon London LonI London ¬
don than from fr Bodpt oiIjt to Panama Pa Pathe for forthe forthe
I the Strait of Gibraltar and thefitig thefitigllsh the DIg DIglIah WagUsh
llsh channel are at least swimmable swimmahlewhile swimmablewbUe swimmablewhile
while the marshes between the new re republic rtt rttpublic repubile ¬
public and nd Colombia are impenetra impenetrable ¬
ble bleThe
The minister counts on the Ameri ¬
can naval force to deal effectively e with withanx wtthanx withanx
anx expedition by sea that Colombia Colombiamay Colombiam7 Colombiamay
may attempt attemptDr attemptpro attemptDr
Dr Thomas Herran erran the Colombian Colombiancharge CoJompIancharge Colosujilancharge
charge daffaires continues to be with without wtthout without ¬
out advices from Bogota The last IIUItvice a4 a4vice edvice
vice he had was on Nov 2 when wbenrlet a abrief abrief
brief rlet message came me announcing announcl the thejour ad adjournment adjourninent ¬
journment jour ment of congress Despite this
fact Dr Herra is I keeping Bogota Bogotacfceely Sogoiscicpely g gclc
ely clc informed on every action ofthe oftheWashington ftheWashington the theWashington
Washington government bearing bearl on onthe onthe onthe
the isthmian situation situationORDERi situationORDE situationORDER
situationa a
ORDER ORDE REVOKED RREVOKEDLands ROOKEDLands REVOKEDLands
Lands Restored to the Public Domain Domainin
in il l Utah UtahSpecial UtahSpecial UtaiiSpecial
Special ta t The Herald HeraldWashington HentJ4WUklngtoft HeraldWashington
Washington Nov 14 14The The register registerand r6g r6ga rogletiraMd
and a d receiver of ot the general E nera1 land landtoda ofties oftiestoday Qootoday
today toda were were notified noWed noIil d that by diceeOon diceeOonof
of the secretary aecretary4f of the interior the theof order OdSrof orderof
of temporary withdrawal Wit dtawal dated May
7 1802 Is revoke 4 regarding regardi the follow following toIJowine followlag ¬
lag described lands covered by that t or order 01del ordec ¬
del which were hot J ot finally Bnall included includedwithin includedwithin Includedwithin
within the Aquarius Aqumuaforeat forest reserve and andthese aJIdtll andthese
these tll lands are restored to public de demain ftmala domain
main mainSection mainSections
malaS Section S l1 I 7 18 1 19 30 21 township toWDpIlllOotJJ
31 IlllOotJJ 1 south range 1 1 west sections t If 7 IS ISand 11 11and 1 1and
and If 1 township 32 south range 1 west westsections Welteetloaa westmellon
sections 19 to X both oth inclusive town township tOWDII township ¬
ship 29 south ranges 1 1 and 2 east eec eoODa eectious
tions ODa 19 20 21 29 t9 31 1 and 82 D town township township ¬
ship 29 sooth range 3 east sections
1 Z 2 3 I 4 5 the north hah and south southeast lJOutheaK southeast ¬
east quarter of sections 6 sections ectlons10 10 10XI 10U I
XI 12 1J 1 12 11 and U township 30 south southrange southran southrange
range ran 5 east and sections ectlo 21 to 28 8 both bothinclusive bothtDcle bothinclusive
inclusive and 33 34 35 and 34 township tOWlUlhipa
33 south range 5 east all of Salt Lake Lakemeridian Lakemeridian
meridian med Utah UtahCRANK UtahCRANK
CRANK OR ANARCHIST ORANARCH1STArmed ANARCHISTArmed
Armed Man Saiaed in Office of Colo Colorado Colorado Cob Cobrado ¬
rado Governor GovernorDenver GovernorDenver
Denver Colo Cob Nov 14 14A A man giving givinghto givinr1WI1UUDe givinghis
his 1WI1UUDe name as John Otto was arrested this thisafternoon thisafternoon thisafternoon
afternoon at the state house while at attempting IttemptbtE atteinpthig ¬
tempting to obtain ob tt access to Governor GovernorPeabodys GovernorPeaotlyo GovernorPeahedys
Peabodys private office He was armed armedand armedand armedand
and it to beUe bell ved > ed by the officers mak making maklaC maklug ¬
lug the arrest that he is the author of ofhalf othalf ofhalf
half a dosen letters threatening the thelife thelite thelfle
life of the governor and fixing 3 oclock oclockthis
this afternoon as the time for carry carrying carrylag ¬
lag out Ilia It threat The governor had hadsobmitted hadlHnJtted hadsubmitted
submitted the letters to the sheriffs sheriffsoffice lIberitsoIMe beriffsomte
office Mid Under Sheriff ONell O ell and andDeputy andDepaty andDeputy
Deputy De Lue were on hand at the theappointed theappolated theappointed
appointed time Shortly afterward Otto Ottoappeared Ottoappeared Ottoappeared
appeared and demanded to see the gov governor covelllOr govomen ¬
ernor He was wA w setxed lIe d and after a des desperate dellperate desperste ¬
perate resistance was as disarmed aM andlodged aMJocIgM aMlodged
lodged liwthe county jail He Is thought thoughtto thou ht htto
to be a crank or an anarchist anarchistCARELESS RrehllJtII
0 0CARELESSOFFICIAL II IICARELESS
CARELESS CARELESSOFFICIAL CARELESSOFFICIALValise OFFICIAL OFFICIALValise OFFICIALValise
Valise Containing 6OOOO OOO Worth of ofRailway ofRanway ofRI1way
Railway Securities Stolen StolenSt StolenSt
St Louis Mo o Nov No 14 14A A special to tothe tothe tothe
the PostDispatch pntcl1 from Dallas Tex Texsays Teteay Tensays
says ay saysPresident f fPresident rPrealdent
President Charles N Alexander of the theYelaeco theVeJaIIco theVelaico
Yelaeco Brasos A Northern railway railwayreported ratlwaJto railwayreported
reported to the detective department departmentof
of the ety t7 hall that thieves test night nightstole nightstole t tstole
stole a valise yal from his buggy contain containing contamIDC containlag ¬
lag IMC900 3SS 100 worth of securities of the therailroad theraflropd
railroad Th The entire detective detec ft force of ofhe ofCke ofh
Cke he h cityis city Is at work en the taecue case The Thehuggy Thebu
huggy bu 1187 fon tJOlft which the property > jw perty was wasstole WIUIuaIea wasstein
stole was hitched on one of the most tIIOIIaIDeRt mostprominent mostprominent
prominent earners of the business Inulin dJs district dJsutct di ditrict ¬
trict while President Alexander was In totaa Inconultlne In52t
aa ofHee consulting with other persona personaIDAHO PeI8Ona PeI8OnaIDAHO personsIIAHO
IDAHO MAIL CASHIKRS CASHIKRSSpecial CAXRIDSSpeelal CA3IE3SSpecial
Special to Dhe Herald HeraldWashington BeralcLWa HeraldWashington
Washington Nov Oy A HTbelle These Idaho Idahorural Idahonaral Idahorural
rural carriers were ere appointed a nted today todayiBmmett toda7tt todaynmett
iBmmett nmett tt regular Halpn RatpflJFomaek Womack sub substftute IJDbIItttvte substititte
stftute Joh Womack Ratudrum regu recnJar reguIns
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