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SALT LAKE CITY UTAH MONDAY NOVEMBER 30 1968 It gets gesrtsUts results n U1tS
Startling StartIjn Condition of Affairs Shown to Have Existed for forMany fofMany fora forMany
Many Years in the thcDcprtmcnt Department and SeveralOfficials Several S Seyera1Offlciiils y ral ralOffidalsth
Officials Offidalsth Charged rged WithBribery WithBriberyT With 1fkry Brberyhow
7 7ow
How ow Varies Worthless Devices D vic s Were foisted Upon tfee toofiOY th fioyernnient fnmenl t by byServants byServants
It Servants of the People reoplcS reopIeBeino Being ing Given f ivtn Stock in inthe u the Concerns tI UayingI UayingThem Raving RavingThem ving vingTlI6m
Them for forSilJeNam Sale Names s of 1h6iuilty the th Guilty tees <
tIl ArHLNGTOH A H OTOf Nor ILFollowtnK ILFollowtnKn roUo roUoVI Followin r t tI
VI I a ttricr of tbs tlaeleport report of Fourth FourthtaaL j
A lgitant taaL Postmaster PoHln 8ter General GeneralIsriatow Genera7rhto I IHrieto
Isriatow on the result result of the inveatiga InvestIgtiin i itJon IUon
tJon of the poetofflce po pOto4flcdepartmcnt pOto4flcdepartmcntBippIyr tomc department tdepartmentSupply < departmentSupply
Supply Division DlvisionOn 1 1On IOn
On April 17 18 188 7 Michael W LouU LouUof Lo1l1Of LouiO
of O Cincinnati van wa appointed cashier i itho Ui Uith > i
tho th Kansas City Mo postofflc po tofftce and anduas andill ands
uas ill s detailed to t the department as act actIns I IIn
4 Ins In sur flulrintendeont i intendent of the supply divl divli
fin I i n Tiic 1 u civil cervlre commission was wasiskrd wa wafrI vaeakrd
iskrd frI r except < the position from the thet theintl theItcjflI
t ItcjflI ir5ifi < intl service Ere This the commission commissionn commissionr1IineJ
n r1IineJ IinMI < < iin l but in July following it did didIMV didJI didp
p JI IMV a special examination allowing aflowlngI i iviis
I Iuis viis n rating of 50 O points for exper 4xperJncf experpflce i iejjce
Jncf ejjce > atijuired at a uired during dqrln the three months monthhad monthshad I IJr
Jr had been bf > en In charge > of the division divisiona i iA
trA A a result of this tht rating ru tlng Louis passed passedji passedsuctu1
ji successful examination t and was ap ap apinted ap4inted I Itinted
4inted 4intedntrat tinted tintedcontract intedntrad i
contract ntrad For Fo Canceling Ink InkShortly InkShortlyII Shortly ShortlyHfter
Hfter II rtfI Liul L ui was aa pltxed in charge char e of ofrostoffl ofPtoffl ofp
rostoffl p tffii > siipplieB th contract for can canroling canPlIng an anpiing
roling JDK III li was as awarded to Ault Wi Wirnirj Wihtrg i ihftl
hftl htrg rnirj cotupany nJ1an of Cincinnati < Ohio at 1
4 cents On tf JCr r poundv Jloun 4 cents ent > nts higher than thancthT thanIf thantflr
cthT If iJr hs bo Muh Mu h of the ink furnished fumilhedb j
by b tho th nv n w v contractor was wa of inferior bferiorI1aIty J Jquality
quality IJal ty and od instead of being Hln < returnel rEturnelt 1
to t the company it was paid for and andbin andbllrnfd andburud
bin bllrnfd rifd or thrown away flwa on the city citydump eltyllIp citydLIup
dump llIp During the fiscal fl cal year far 5101N 31DH1dS > I
ji 1 unds of f canceling nk were ere brought broughtfom broughtfm
fom 1 rn th h Ault Wlborg company cost coSting < 08t I
Ji ing 14rs7r2 hUe during the previous previoustr
< tr 1 r hi i OOOO pounds had been used usedf
f > a co O of 1430265 1430265Kor 4302e5ior I
Kor 01 t 0 fiscal year 1S98JW 1198 9 no contract contractt I
t 0 is awarded a a rrIEd for the canceling ink and andfrom andqrn
I I1ron
from Marrh M h 1839 until the beginning beginningf
wf > f th rtsral year yt > ar 11W2S lSO Louis bought boughtcaricrling bought1lllng boughteonrlIng I
caricrling ink J k from the Ault ft Wiborg WiborgoArr
< oArr r any arl at SO t teRta wts per pound 6 cents cents1hcr cpntsJhpr centsthan
1hcr than th the lapt competitive CNllpt > tltlvp bid bidPt
1h > 0 11 1 higher than was pHid pd pitibefort pitibefortS befonj befonjijjs bEforIi I
S ijjs Ii h am irnn m Miporlrfendent tprlrtfnd fit and from tromI
4 4 t 9 fnJs ntf TilghPr fll bfr than pre prEnt > iif < ost nst1nkin r rinkinc I
inkinc Pads PltdfilFtr For the th fiscal year Rr be beginning hejiinjng ¬
ginning Innin July I 1 LI tJW upon false ptat ptatj ItatpJ state <
j Pots ntlll < > f Iou Louis the tlf11traltfOTlnkln ortract for inking inkingTiuls InkingTuls = I i
Tiuls was wa awarded to V V C Lon at atI atcpnt
I cpnt < f ent > nt < e PHrh rh in prrfprenc to 14c 14tf 14tent 14tentP1 > nt I I1Ho
I 1Ho > tfls oftTPrt f roil by Herman Baumgarten Baumgarten7no RsumartenL I I1n
7no L iig v is not a manufacturer FO he hen heIttght
11liht in < n inferior Jad i < ad from Baum BaumF BaumfI Baumgi I
F fI ffon 1 li 1 12 I cent each ea h Long Lon re reivd re reqJ yeI
> ivd I v qJ I r l net rake off of flttS 1 1I5 on the theyears theyI
years yI 1 r ra raFr business businessFr tI ln > s sFr
Fr till ti flpral year 1MO1MT t 1 M AI D Dfeln Deln
feln eln 111 liul th thp ° contract ontra < t for twine at atJin ato
Jin 111 o or 1 p hundred > d pcunds for the fol folrl folI
I n si rl y year ar thnrke thc price droppt1 to I
7 I Jill 1 hiring flring rinl the closing clorein months of ofth oft ofVa
th t Va h P < > year 1f I 101 > oi when the t hp price of twine t twinevas Inp j jVMS I IH I
VMS vas H 10 1O5 and after Ihe contract had hadri hadgI
NT < > < ri fc Jrh gI n for the succeeding yen Yfur at atT atr I I
r T C I > Louts bought Ian large quantities of ofth ofth ofth
th < twin t at S1095 1095rtvhich hlch was wa carried carriedovr carriedo carriedor
ovr o r int > the next fiscal nFa year yesrHo VERrII yearlit
Ho II was wa removed Oct 21 21 1903 1903Purchase 1903Purchase 1903Purchase
Purchase of Xxnifold Books BooksIn Boo BooIn
In Septiinbor SEpt Im hr 1901 George I 1 Mor Mort Mortl
t tl > u 2 representative rerp < ntalie of the General U neral Maul anlI >
f I Ajl i company of Franklin Pa SUb SUbilTrd 8UbI
ilTrd I WI uid d a i proposition to h t furnish maul imuilld I Ifld
fld f ld borkf made of a patented dupHcat dupHcatIn i
In i mr < i f fo for the registry system W Wwas WIi WLan1
Ii LanJ igl was th th1 ii sujtnnten Uitrlntenrlnt Uitrlntenrlntr < 1nt 1ntf I
air f the t 11 pystem After Morton rton JubmittEd jubmittedthis submittedthis
this thj proposition prn ltt ln < but before any an books booksv
v IP 1 P in ilired li rd he proposed to secure sauret8 cure cureLdlllitl
Jm Ldlllitl < 1v < iuts t8 eon employment with the thejt theIf thede
jt > side de > of the General Manifold Com Omjlny Lomany Company ¬
pany any The proposition was W accepted by byr
4 r 1 inrtveiit who considered It a great great3Tsonal great1r01131 greato
o 3Tsonal ona favor favorIt
It I I va < I La andvoigts ndoIKt duty dut to pass upon uponV UP uponand ft ftPI
PI V < m nWjs > is and quality of the t th supplies
1 iirnlsh 1lnih1 7 nih 1 by the company and the ac acitan acitan
< plane itan f therefore t > of o a favor of this thishiri UI UIllract thishal
< hal llract < t r ixas Ii as ronsitlcred on Iilrd highly Im ImI
I a m l1rf l his resignation was re rec re relleI Yetd
c > stf > < i iu lleI td aneptf u ieptedih eptet eptetYh I IIh
Ih iu required Mir th t department to toj toI
j > uiiha 11 I i ha manifold supplies from the theuh I j1ub iJu
1ub Ju uh > Printir hut the Public Printer PrinterrmiUJ Print Prineru11 I j
rmiUJ 1111 u11 It buy rnmplfted books Mnr Mnrton Mnrtl1 Mortn
ton sue IJ tl o fdd < iPd in having the law changed changedV hangt > d j js5 j i IIII
V s5 ti III > authorize the Public Printer PrinterVL j
V I buy 1111 omilrtrd manifold manifoMr books foksIfr I
tor r I iis the use u of hook bookof of the tb ef Jen kne > n j jr i
4 r M blnifld I M niflld i fold ompany was elttnileJ elttnileJf > t nde1 j jf
f IH < imludo indudCall all books used in th thjKictr t thtgFtr
jKictr 1 clr ervko ervkoMI
MI 1 jn J 1 fl 1 < 1 W louis Knipner Kf > ll1pnr bf bfitnf betnc Inr I
itnf tnc nr u nIlntnrJnl rintcnfient nf t the resistrv resistrvsfin re reYistrvMotn lltrv I If
f > sfin Im and under his hi administration administrationale j jMiaclo Innk
nnk Miaclo 1111 ale > bj1 bY the Jenpral Manifold Manifolda i iinia1 1r1a I
< inia1 a > have been used u d In a lavish lavishinanti4 la 1aishnantto flh flhl1i I
inanti4 l1i nitro The Th original proposition wa watn was WaMt wasfur
tn t fur fm i jh h a book ntnining < i 5 600 > o re ref rea
rn < f t t 1 2 12 1 cents fnt each aeh This Thl hook bookJjouovtT hooktoI hookt
JjouovtT toI t WP wovr vat < not UF1 ut but In itf tad toada j jc II
c hook iontaining 11 La Inlng IixiO I ° O receipts which whkht j jf
< it f l > 10 1 1A i iKempne iJ
J A 0 > Kempne Kf > mpn appointin lit as a assaaiIn i ii3iTit I
saaiIn i3iTit < n ndnt lont of th till ti registry rt > gi8try system systemnniiOi sstmti I
nniiOi 1 bonks wer not furnishr furnl hpcl > < l tn t tri j jrn I4I
4I rn os I pre less 1 than 2000 pi pk s of ofjfjjlstf ofclst I I
jfjjlstf clst Itf r I mail wet 1 hardled > d p 111 r an anJlll1l anIW
111111 IW ti Knipntr utpnvr dlsncrariled > d thin thi rule ruleftnfl IIlhpn ruleann 1
ftnfl pn ann SM II l hd lite iSP expensive eqensIvehokS mmlfold mmlfoldroks mlnlfoldnnkl
roks f > third and fourth cless rlt > tII ufflce ufflceTin mecerli
Tin rli b bI ks > < < are mad of material ma tf > a I rc rcfi rc1irin
fi liring 1irin < artful haniiiinR han ing yet they have havej haveIen I IJtn
j Jtn on nt to hundreds of offices officesthrougnuit tftresh fII i I
througnuit h r ig a it the th country cuI try I rv that are k kpt > t in inf Inuntry I IFlal
f Flal = nintry stor s and farm hoses bousesh hu hoseshic f t I
h hic ro > not a t more 1I10r than th a twentyflvo pieces peCe5v peeesCf j jc
c Cf ma are register rfltlsteJol in a year yearThe Yr i iThe i iThe
The suit ult has ben that the cist cistof It st stof
of inaiifild na r Id suppli for the th flsral n al year yeare fltr
300 1 I ri p Miss as against J4l4 J4l4S4 4199 >
S4 4 fur tho t 1 fiscal y Ylt u 1901 wh whn n sup supI suppliel up upII
II pliel if I I ih I h Public I Irinter inter an inrease inreaseT j 1IrR8Et rease reaset >
T 54 t > Ihl I After h < books WT r f lnl > nce OCOit e j jfor
it 1 for II w ffener Enfr I < 1 use U f the coip II1I pany JaflYsVl any i itr I
sVl 11 > I tr 1 r < 1 th t h price to t Illustrate Illustraten L j I
In > n < 1 f 9 I 190 t vntyliVE ntynv < books booksu hlokf
u f er rn I nilrod r rd for f r Ailanta Irnta Gn at a arn j I Ient Ie
rn ent e ° Ft = t r t while on t ho h Ifthof lt11 ot Xovem Xovembor Nvcmbi m I IJtpJ
bor fl v v iks kM lat atc < t xventyflvr vntyiv ntyIit books booksjtml hnkxat
0 jtml xat the same tjo a mE < ordered fur fv 111 > KS KSflon g glirn
flon 111 iah tal1 for wiih u ih i h the rnmpanv rnmpanvJrtfti nmlN nmlNlt ompvr
< Jrtfti lt r j7 7J5 < 5 < > i nc < Vf ci > t 13 1 1502 1W 1Wt 1 1tonk 1Wtnke
t tonk o k A ro order < i fr Boston Mass Massfor MYfn Massfri
for fn w h n the th corfnany colT OfIln ny charged J1265O J1265Owhllf 12650 12650n 12650ewhlle
ewhlle whllf n April pril l lere 1 r ilK vo of r the same samefor samehkt
book ere r ro orderi J for fn f the th same city cityfnr cityfnr cityfor I j
fnr h SII 155 was wa a harmed h1 rIrge1rit r > 1 1DII i iDM I
DM i the th inv in < k tnrit t il c > it itrr was wasrr Wt Wtrr
> rr riat ia I 1 Kmpner N nipner h < Ml d 1 i > f ri 1 rrjciv rrjcivjn r tL ci citl i iItig 1
jn Itig tl t luha uba numerous package of ofr otrigo
r rigo Iga j tIlt 1 paying duty as required requiredby > d dh
by h 1 Ity mi Ii order of the president presidentlatP
d3t late Nov N j in 14 18 1I911 anyone employed employedin
in t United States service in Cuba
was a permitted pe to send gifts Ifts or sou tou ou ouveais j jvenSrs IveaIH
venSrs Is t ncMbers 111 of his family free freeof treeor freeat
of duty Kempner had parties parti in Cuba Cubabiay 1 1buy
buy 1Ma cigars ra for him hii and send them to toMm toMm
Mm Ittmby by registered mall marked Qfrt Qfrtbf Qftthereby < Wtt < r rthereby t
thereby bf evading ev dlD the duty dut Seventy Seventyeight Sevetat Sevetatpaekatrel Seveflteight
eight packages were received by Kempncr Kemp Kempner 1
ner in this way y many of which wt ct he hesold hesold
sold soldHe I
He was ss s removed rem > ved Oct 25 1903 1903Office 1903orne
Office of Assistant Attorney GfensraL GfensraLThe easraLThe I
The administrative methods of Ty Tyner Tyncr i incr
ncr and Barrett are clearly illustrated illustratedIn Uhtrat UhtratIn
In a number of cases which were werepassed werepti8lled werepessed
passed upon by them themJ I j
K J O Le LeWaE Ta K G Lewis of St StLouis StLOuis SLLouis
Louis Mo was conducting what bat is isknown I Iknew1l Iknowu
known as an endless chain scheme schemeBarrett fleme flemeBarrett >
Barrett ruled that his scheme was w a alottery alottery I
lottery but no traud order was Issued Issuedand Issuedand issuedand
and as an acknowledgment acknowl gment of Barretts Barrettslenient Barrettttnlent Barrettslenient
lenient treatment Lewis presented him himwith 1 1with Iwith
with a gold watch watchSalbIjel I
Samyel 8am el Harris Harrl88amuel Samuel Harris of ofNew ofNew ofNew
New York published pubU hed in the papers a apicture apicture apictUre
picture of an eye then the letters D Dand Dand Dand
and A followed by the picture of a ahoe ahoe ahoe
hoe The advertisement announced announcedtint j I
that ItCO 100 reward would ould be given Slv to toanyone toanyone tounyoie
anyone who would ould correctly answer the thename thename I Ihim
name him of the state represented repre nted in the thepicture theplctun thepicture
picture When hen an answer was as sent in inthe j jthe
the correspondent was advised alld ed that thatunder thatunder i iunder
under the rules of the company it wae waenecessary w wnecessary
necessary before a cash prize could be begiven beIven begiven
given Iven for him to purchase one package packageof
of o the renowned Curaline tablets cost costlag t I Iing
lag In 50 cents After buying buyln the pack package package I I
age the victim was advised that so sogreat j jgreat
great a number had answered correct correctly correctly ¬
ly that It became necessary to divide dividethe dividetbe dividethe
the 1100 too prize among mon them equally
The amount due each would atot exceed exceed2or3eents
2 2or3eents 2or3eentsA or 3 cents centsA I
A fraud order was issued u 1 against againstHarris a iust iustHarris nst I
Harris but after ftet Barrett arrett retired from fromofficehe fromomce 1 1Cftlce
officehe Cftlce he became Harris attorney a had badthe j 1 1the
the fraud order revoked reYokeclIt U44lrriw1 U44lrriw1rw Htmrrls 1
rw It the same old business slnea tor J4naaantlls months monthswithout monthswithout
without lntemiptn lntemiptnCattsiu lntrrupseCIur
Cattsiu M Upton ChKUp CaJUuwi M Up Upton tpton ¬ 1
ton publisher > r of a cheap iUttstrt n 111sItetpacer t tpa a apaper
paper pa in Chicago sought to extend extendhis ex extendhis nd 1 1his
his circulation by the puzzle plan In Inone inone I
one of his schemes Bchcm he submitted the theinitials theinitisis I
initials of nine leading railroads run running runnlntr running ¬
ning out of Chicago with the ntfmes ntfmesof nlttOesof uSmesof
of the roads spelled 8pell d out omitting a afew afew afew
few of the letters He H offeted 511 508 re reward reward ¬
ward for full correct answers to the thelist thent thelist
list The condition was that In order orderto
to get a price it would be necessary to tosend tosend tosend
send 2 for a years ar8 subscription lIUb Crlption to toUptons toUpton toUptons
Uptons Illustrated lIIu trated Weekly W kly The Tb puz puzzle puzzle puszie ¬
zle was wa iso simple that anyone could couldaMWfr couldanswer
answer it correctly The result was wasthat wasthat as
that the 500 prize would have hv been beendivided beendivided
divided up until the winners winne would re receive re rephe receive ¬
ceive less than 5 cents each and nd this thisUpton thLsC thistnton
Upton C ton failed to distribute He was wasarrested wa waarrested wasarrested
arrested for unlns uldn the mails to de defraud defraud defraud ¬
fraud Assistant Attorney General GeneralTyner GeneralTyner Generalryner I
Tyner protected against the action of ofthe oftill ofthe I
the postofflce Inspector InllPf < tor In causing the thearrest thearrest
arrest And upon Barretts urgent ap appoai 1
peal the attorney attorn general Jt neraJ over the theprotest theprotest
protest of the th district attorney dl dlrected
rected ret th t ha t the case a8f be dismissed
L M Cushman CUAhmanAt At the same time timethat tim timethat
that Unton was operating In Chicago ChicagoL Chta o
L M ushman < publisher of the Co Columhtan 0 0lumhn nlumbian I
lumhtan of Boston Mass was also alsoooerating alllOor
ooerating or > schemes 8Ch mes of exactly the th same samecharacter 8amchrarter samecharacter
character and on July 1 1 1W9 Barrett Barrettdeclared Barrettct Barrettdeclared
declared ct hvc1 his schema hemf fraudulent stat Ktating IftatInlf stating I
ing tlwt th t the tb cas ca < should be presented presentedto
to the th district ctl trlt attorney with a view vlf > w of ofhl5Indictment ofhisjndictment
hl5Indictment hifC nd jctmfnt Yet a short time be before
fore he b hqd d declared the > prosecution p prosecutionof 1Itlon 1Itlonof I Iof
of Upton for exactly the same me offense e i i1tnwarrnlt I Iwas
was unwarranted unwarrantedBond 1tnwarrnlt unwarrantedBond j jBond
Bond Investment InTe tment Schemes SchemesWhen SchemesWhen
When ben the Louisiana Lottery com company companY cornpanT
pany was ciS broken up by the federal tEderalKovernment federalgovernment
government a number of bond Invest Investmmt InestInint investincnt
mmt schemes sprung up over the thecountry I I1O
country 1O Dtr embracing lottery features > s in Intheir I
their methods of business businessAssistant buslneMAuistant businessAsSistant I
Assistant Attorney General Thomas Thom Thomdec1arro Thomasdeclared
declared in 1893 1 that thatThese t j
These Tbf t socalled bond Investment Investmentschemes InvNtment8hemeA Investmentschemes
schemes are more dangerous da ngerous to society eocietythMn j
than avowed a owed lotteries IotterleESltorUy lotteriesShortly 11
Shortly after Tyner and Barrett were wereirfetalied wereirIlt8fd wereiretaled j
irfetalied in office o ke eight of these e bond bondinvestment bondInvetttment bendInveament I
investment companies against which whichfraud
fraud orders had been issued by b Thom Thomas
as s formed an organization orga nlzatlon and sent sentrepresentatives sentrepresfntaUvea sentrepresentatives I
representatives to Washington for or the thepurpose thepurpo thepurpose I
purpose purpo of having these fraud orders ordersrevoked ordenrevoked ordersrevoked j
revoked G A Vlllere of New Orleans Orleansj Or1eansa
a representative repre8 > ntaUve of these companies companieson I Ion
on June 24 4 wrote the secretary of his j jcompany i ic Ic
company c mpany as follows followsI I
I have got the strongest trong t assurance assurancethat aSIRurancethat aseuraneethat
that the government govenun nt is our friend and andi andiwill andwill j jwill
will do all they the can for us u Being sure sureof sureof i
of this I wanted to return home but butButtorworth hutButlerworth I IButh
Buttorworth Buth > rwortb Dudky and Tyner him himself
self tell me that I must stay here herethat heretbat herethat
that I will be needed neededOn neprJedOr neededOn
On June 28 four days da 8 later he again againrote i iw irot
w ro rot rote roteItad e j I IHad
Had a 1 long Interview with the law lawclerk lawclerk I Idt
clerk dt > rk ivery erv satisfactory He H ia a nice n fliefeUi te I Ifellow IfeUO
fellow feUi and iI nd a relative of Tyners wife i IHt IHis
Hi Ht name IIi mE is Barrett rr tt and he has change changei j jof
of this 1hi matter of ours and nd 1 Is conduct co conductlag duet j I
lag the investigation i EtIUatlon I ex expect cxpect I I
pect a I suspension Iu pen8ion order by b about aboutThursday aboutThttraIuy
Thursday ThttraIuyThi i iThis IThi
Thi letter was written on Monday MondayJune MondayJtne I IJ
June J > The fraud order was revoked rf reokedon > okt > d don J
on Wednesday We4n la the th loth th one day earlier earlierthan earlierthan > HlIerthan
than Vllere expected exetedAftr expectedAfter
After the fraud orders against these theselrsltutIons II
institutions lrsltutIons were ere revoked bond invest investment inv Investment tlt tltment
ment schemes lKh > m s multiplied until there therwere therewere j jwere
were several hundred In the United rnltedt8t United4tatps i iStates
States StatesEarly t8t
4 t8tEarly Early in the year rear l 1900 oo Barrett and i iJ IJ IJ
J Henning H niDC Nelms ntI an agent a8 nt for a bond bondInYHtment i iInvestment Iinvestment
Investment company c made a verbal verbalagreement verbalalrleement verbalagreement
agreement to enter into a law part partrershlp partreJShlp partrership
rershlp Jan 1 1 1S01 Shortly after this thisaJTfPtre11t thisagTSPlVeflt
afrrwrrent Barrett announced that he hfIntpndpj heintende1
intended to render a decision as to all allhnd alliOfld j
bond investment inv > ltm nt schemes Fch < m > f This Thi opin opinion opinltt
ion wit rndered r deeQ on Dec i lOJ l lJ and nd it Uheld itheld itheld j
held all bond be4 Investment In tm nt concern as asfraudulent asfrauduect asfrauduett
fraudulent But while declaring them theminimical th themInImIcal rn i
inimical to the postal laws Barrett Barrettsuggested BarrEttImggetlted Barrettsuggested j
suggested that they th y be given an op opportunity opportunHy opportunlty ¬
portunity to make such changes as asJ
r < = f
< c <
win eliminate all n bs obJwUkmmble fea features features teatures ¬
tures before beret belt mutter f action 1 ia tsJwa a by bythis b bthl bythis
this thl department In Is fh 0 dtrecUon tJOIi of ofdepriving of4epJ1ftb8 ofdepiiw4ng
depriving them tbeinot of the Mfrv sib 0 of the themalte tilemeal themalls
meal mealAad mallsAnd malteAnd
And the same maR thatvcarri d the theoplnkni UreOItJnto theopInlo
oplnkni with this Sttggesfl eggeIQn a to the thebond teboad thebond
bond Anvettnt iDvest investinfot t concerns Iu na aHK a > carried carriedthe eurtedthe CarF11the
the anWMincenent neetnent th tMt t Barrett had re resigned reBinecSnd resigne4 ¬
signed BinecSnd and formeda fonned a law partnership psrtnershipwith partnershipwith
with tth Neuns The result r su1t was that many manyof mlln mllnof manyof
of the concerns immediately Immedtat lJ sought soughthis sougbthi Soughthis
his hi services In a letter to the secre secretary IleCretary secretary ¬
tary of one of them written ten days daysbefore 4 4before daysbefore
before he retired from office Barrett Barrettsaid BarrettsaJd Barrettsam
said saidI
I believe we can ft eliminate all the theobjectionable theobje theobjectionable
obje objectionable < tlonable feature feat in IDth tho contracts contractsand coatractBand contractsand
and put them in such u h form that they theywill theywill theywill
will meet with the approval of the de department department department ¬
partment Our fee would be Jl 1 1001 0t re retainer re retaln retaInr ¬
tainer taln r and nd 100 a month ma th for twelve twelvemonths twelvemontlt twelvemonths
months monthsA montltA
A number of representatives of bond
investment companies were in Wash ¬
ington during the holiday h lday v v vek ek of 1MO
but they could get t no satisfaction out outof outof outof
of Tyner Tr r But on ontlle the list of Decem ¬
ber after 4 oclock in the afternoon afternoonthey afternoonthe afternoonthey
they the met Barrett by appointment and andemployed andemploYed andemployed
employed him as their attorney On Onthe Onthe Onthe
the next day da he presented the matter
to Tyner and had their certificates ap
proved provedSouthern Jro jroIredSouthern ed edSoutbern
Southern Mutual Company CompanyTbe The
Southern Mutual case of Lexington ln ton
Ky K probably more Jl re clearly illustrates illustratesthe
the scheme Mme of Barrett Tyner and
Nelm Nelma than any aDJother other N Neh NeIma Jma was the theattorney thOattorney th thattorney
attorney for the company A fraud fraudorder fraudorder ud udorder
order had been issued against It by As Assistant Assbtant AssIFtnt ¬
sistant Attorney General enera1 Thomas on
Jan Ja 21 1817 but afterwacd revoked by
Barrett BarrettOn arrttOn BarrettOt
On the Jttst lst of December 1MO 1 Nehns Nehnssecured Nelmssecured NebneSSCUTed
secured the approval of Tyrer of a aplan aplan
plan which enabled it to operate Its
business buill according aceoldlto to fft the old ld J JwhlchB i iWbIctarrett
WbIctarrett whlchB cIaBarttl rreU la hl his iate thioa 1oa deefctred
fraudulent A AIIdotIJa don ftao 9fotMnrtmr 9 fo fowrote foflwh
N Nki ms wrote Bowman secretary of the thecompany UteCO thecompany
company companyI
I wish 18h you would sate pate to your board boardof bordof
of directors just what J stated to you youand youand youand
and Mr Bronston when wh n you and he heagrtfld
agrtfld to p pay y meJleqc qael me 1OQC fee to get Gen General Coneral ¬
eral Tyner to say he would approve the thecontract thecontracts
contract submitted to him himThe himTbe himThe
The issuing of this tht opinion of Bar Barretts Barrett Barretts ¬
retts rett caused d a panic among 1Un0 bondin bondinvestment bondInvestment din dinveatme ¬
vestment t concerns K G PuUiam of ofthe ofthe
the American Investment company had hademployed hademployed
employed mploy d exSecretary Carlisle Carll as at ¬
torney torne to represent repre ent him in his efforts
to prevent the issue of ofa a fraud order
Fttlliam in a statement says 7S that Mr
Carlisle advised advl ed him himThere himuThfre himThere
There are only two ways 71t1 of accom accomplishing atC9 accomplisbng s ¬
plishing this First t to take the matter
into the federal te eraJ courts 4t t a likely IIke17ex IIke17expenile ex expense ¬
penile of 25000 the second to employ
Messrs Barrett A Kelms a newly nfI or organised orcarbed orgarlzed ¬
ganised law firm who stood Od close to the
Tyner crowd but if It was to be done
this thl way he would have nothing to do dowith dowith o
with It ItPnlliam itPulliam
Pulliam however was 8 not so sensi sensitle sensithe nl nlth
the th e He employed Barrett t Nebns Nebnsand Neimsand
and contracted contra < ed to nay them 31000 1000 as a a aretainer aretainer
retainer and further turt compensation of
600 90 per annum In monthly installments InMtallmt > nts
The books of Barrett NelmA show showthat showthat
that during the first fiftyfive days of oftheir ofthElr oftheIr
their partnership they received re < ehe 1 COO COOfrom I00from
from these bondinvestment concerns concernsPkysiciaxa concernsPA7 concernsPkysicIazs
Pkysiciaxa PA7 ielaJla Institute InstituteThe InstituteThe Institutelhe
The Physicians Institute of Chicago Chicagoadvertised fhlcacoadvertlfiled hkao hkaoadvertieed
advertised a magnetic belt free rrpfany To T Tany
any ore answering anawert this advertisement advertisemEnta
a symptom blank was wa sent to be tilled
out and returned In every ever case ca tille41 this thisconcern thtllonCfrn thldconcern
concern < claimed Ialmdlha that the th symptom symptomsheet ymptomsheet
sheet showed such jv i complication compli < atiol1 of
dl8ea diseases eF that the belt alone would ren ¬
der dEro o service and a package paka < of spe special Be4clalm specia ¬
cia clalm medicine dlrlnf > was wa forwarded in con connection conrctlon eonreetloti ¬
nection with the belt by express c O
D J660 J660When I
When > n an investigation InHUga tlnn was ordered orde red
the th company engaged engactd the services II rice of ofParrett ofparr ofParrctt I
Parrett parr t and paid pid him Jim a fee of oft 5OW 30I0to 5OWto
to t represent reprfft them thm before b rore Tyner Tyncr On
Nov NO 13 1901 191 Barrett Bmtt prepared pN red a letter letterand lettr lettrand letterand
and sent it I to TyrerR TY1f > rf home address addN addressinclosing
inclosing lndofln a note Indicating Inhatng the kind of ofa
a decision he would oul like lke A few days dasaferward daysafterward
afterward aferward the case cs was as disposed tJd of o as assuggested assuggested
suggested su eted by Barrett Brt In this tlls note noteTurf noteTnrf
Turf Tur Investment lnvtt Companies CompaniesB OomPn
E J Arnold a Co C of 8t 8 t Louis Loui Mo Mowerf Mowere
were conducting onductn what Is I known as a aUturflnEstment H t tturfinvestment
turfInvestment scheme HChl On Nov ov 25
1902 192 the inspectors in ct having h4Vg investi Iwest lisvestigated ¬
gated the company om pn y recommended IQunendd that tbata
a fraut fraud order orer be issued Iue against aalnt it In Inthe Inth Inthe i
the th meantime meantm the company mpny had em employed e employed
ployed oyed Barrett Barrtt as its It attorney atory and nd paid pid paidhim j I
him a fee of 5000 0 And Instead Inted of is issuing i I Itulng
suing tulng a fraud order orer Tyner Tyf r gave > the thectnpafly he hecompany he4ompany
company a letter of commendation commendationTwo commcndaton I ITo
Two days after afe Tyifa Ty wro w wrotjt e this letter kter letterBarrett I IBarrett
Barrett Baret received a ac1ck cbt lk > k of 6 f SlCOO 10 as a an anadditional j
additional addltOnal fee fe The fenvptmy ny mpany failed tatM in inFebruary
February Fbrar 1903 193al8tts 1903assets assets 75000 j OOO liabili liabilities UablUUps liabilities ¬
ties 3120776 3120776J 3I 76 76J I
J J J Ryan I Co CoJ J J Ryan RyanIf ft aIlf Co
of If St Louis was a kindred institution in8t1tutlonto i
to Arnold Co o In October 1902 190 the theinspectors j jagainst
inspectors recommended a fraud order orderagairs
against agalr this company The company companywas companywas companyvss I
was given n a hearing by the assistant asMantattorney
attorney generals gn ral office and another anotherIne anotherinvestigation i iinvestigation
investigation Ine tleatlor by the tbelnspeCtol1l inspectors was wa re releteted j i
quested In the meantime J M Johns Johnan Jobnean
an attorney of Rorkville Ind made > a aproropitior aploroFitior aptorositior
proropitior to Ryan that tor a fee of of5U60 or4jt of4t
5U60 4jt 4t he could h Mlp ip bin lalQ through his I
friend trl nd D V Miller of the assistant tant at attorney j I
torney generals mCe Wter fter some ne negoUaUlns negotlations
goUaUlns it was 88 agreed that 4500 34500would 4500would 4500would
would be paid to John by Ryan If he hewould hewould hevou4
would give him a clean bill before bet re the thepnptoffl thfpOFtQtnl thepoetoffico
pnptoffl > department This Johns Johnsagreed Johnsngrerj Johnsagreed
agreed to do and Miller 1I1Fr secured a fa favorable tavorable
vorable ruling rullactor for Ryan A Co which whichhe whichhE whichhe
he sent to Johns As a result of this thistransaction thistrarAaction thistraraaction
trarAaction Miller and Johns were in indicted Indicted ¬
dicted dictedRifling GI dictedRifling ted tedniflln
Rifling niflln of the Safe Sateon On April 21 21 21iiO3
1S03 while the th Investigation of the > ac acsiiant 8 8F asSisIaflt
siiant F tant attorney generals office was Wa in illrogr ittprogrss
progr progrss s 111 Mrs J 1 N Tyiter in a clan clandestine danduttn elandEStinO
destine duttn manner mann r admitted Mrs Barrett Barrettand Barrettand
and Mr Hamn Hamnfr r a safe expert into a aContinued apiivate
pllate reom or the assistant attorney attorneyContinued
Continued on Fate Paet 2
t L e fJ c
A Brisk < Run Run to the White Whi e House to Renew Re ew V Vows ows O S of Allegiance Aiiegiancea l gianoe gianoeTIrud
a TIrud
s u urRRY 1
tr tIouT RT fJtLSf FIS IN fVfRY rARUCULAft rARUCULAftfourth rARTICUIARFourth 1 1fourth
fourth Assistant Postmaster General Declared to be b Impertinent Impertinentand
and to Have Sholp honMalit Malice Throughout the Investigation Inv stigation
Wbep W former f rJm F First A Ajajstnt ri tnt Xpstmaster StfllaSter t ter Gen QenCTa Gene1a
4 CTa ert4 l pctTY 1erry9 cnT 9 I Heaftr Mmf M Mr MrIrtsiow frw Er Erhteiittt1ie
Irtsiow hteiittt1ie w jkiidtne udt1le eiaoraiKhut ftlDftm of t the e President residmt l hat 1utniM hatnight at atnight
night be said saidI
I shall f not Hesitate Iie itate to topubJi poWiaii h in the Salt Lake LakeTribune LakeTribuDe LakeTribune
Tribune tomorrow morning mornjJgitery every word of this re report report report ¬
port and also every wordrf word this memorandum of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the president although there isnot a syllable in inthem int inthem
them t except official al cxmua eomantso nt so far ar as pertains to tomyself tomyself tomyself
myself that is i news or new hew w to thepnblic the ppblic I hope hopemy IIopemy hopemy
my enemies as well as wy friends frien will do me the thejuntice theju thejitice
juntice ju tice to read it all Ca caefuIIy car ftUly The newspapers newspapershave neW newspapershave paPe 8 8have
have been kept informed informedCd md have Ie been publishing ptibliKhuiit iNbli biDg biDgit
it all 11 during the past year 7etir That which has hither hitherto ¬
to been generally regarded r rded as s newspaper J1eWflpper criticism criticismit
it is now revealed was wso official criticism eriti imi in disguise disgniaeBBISTOW disgni disguiseBBISTOW e eBRISTOW
It It i iCJ < t no surprise to me to tolIBe see tb t denunciation denunciationof
of me in this report rIM authorof aut1aor of it it from the thetime thetime thetime
time he entered the postoffiee edeparh department ent up tp to the thepresent thepre thepresent
present pre ent moment has in J1 M J official ofIcialtitlpaeity capacity pur pursued pursued pursued ¬
sued me personally in aeanon euon and out as every everyone everyone everyone
one who has been in inp public e life in Washington Washingtonduring Washingtontiuring VashingtonJuring
during the past six years 38arsknQWL know knows Innuendo is art artfully artfully artfully ¬
fully eontrivedand malice mli ill jconcealed arcoJ1cealed throughout througltoutthe
the entire document ai q u e everybody ev ry1ody familiar with the thefacts thefacts thefacts
facts may see I He to very opening pages attack my myfriend myfIVnd myfriend
friend Mr M W V Louis an honest t gentleman as asthe astbr asthe
the report itself it is compelledto te admit him to be beand beand beand
and it closes cl with impertinent i JUJdiJltnJsive a d > iatrusive anim animmdversions animadversions animadversions
adversions upon my administration administrationPAOTS admia admininLrationPAQTS lJtration lJtrationFAaTs
The author seems 8 to tobave have mou studiously ly avoided avoidedmentioning ayoidedmentioning avoidedmentioning
mentioning the important fact that t many 11V if not a alarge aarge alarge
large majority of those tmfeDMS bffenaes occurred after I Ihad Ihad Ihad
had left the service Nor or is 1he he M slightest li1tte9t reference referencemade refereDmade referencemade
made to another important fact a that I had hadUpOn heaped heapedupon heepe4upon
upon me ten times a u much adininistratife nitratie and ex executive executiTe cxecutire ¬
ecutive work by reason of the SpanishAmerican SpanishAmeriCanI
war as I should sbO slu ld hare havettndertaken undertaken n or the fact that thatdarina thatGari that4urin
darina Gari the time mot i of the onus of performing performingthe Jg Jgthe
the military mit postal dati dutha4kI Mi ttpim upon we together togetherwith toetherwith
with the distr3 di distribution ribution > ution of much 1 of the t1aepatro patronage of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the service in the way of appointments app Dents and that thatwe thatwe thatwe
we had to establish precedent as we had no 0 mili military military miiitary ¬
tary postal laws and lastly the fact that if any anyone anyone anyone
one conjured with my my name for corrupt purposes r Icould rcould rcould
could not know it except somebody told me JTo o in intimation int intiioation ¬
timation t of the kind ever reached me till lately 1 1through latelythrough
through the press pressTHE pressPEE
Men like Louis whose supplies iies were purchased purchasedthrough pu puthrough purchasedthrough
through a committee of three appointed by the thepostmaster thepostmuter thepostmaster
postmaster general by public achert advertisement ment under underthe underthe underthe
the direction of the postmaster postuaas r general neral hebeing hebeingmerely be b being beingmerely i imerely
merely the distribution clerk are censured and andmade andmade andmade
made to suffer for responsibilities reA they never hao haoWhen ha haVhen haiWhen
When Louis entered the service he found his di division diVi divii4on ¬
vision Vi OJl in a demoralized condition A committee committeecondemned committeemudmnNf committeecondemned
condemned the ink in use and recommended the theink theink theink
ink purchased The tremendous increase in the theregular thcrttUlar theregular
regular postal postallllenieee services required the tilling of thou thousands thousands thouSailds ¬
sands of new orders in new offices as well as old oldones oldones oldones
ones and the military postal service necessitated necessitatedthe n itatled itatledthe
the supplying 8 of thousands of offices in newlyac newlyacquired newly newlyquire newlyacquired = ¬
quired < territory territoryWTLLIMG te1TitoryWILLDfG territoryWILLIMG
Because I cannot be truthfully accused acc ed of ever everhaving everhaving YeI YeIhaving
having received anyreward iii cash < bonds stocks stockspresents stoekspresents stokspresents
presents or other form while Iwas was in the depart department department departmont ¬
ment or since 8in e I left it for Or acts while in the gov government 80 80rnment goernment ¬
ernment employ y appears to be especially esp disappoint disappointing disappointSiiig ¬
JIg to the author of this report But since much muchof muchof muchof
of the report is occupied with the t be cases of men menwho menwho menwho
who have been tried and acquitted I am willing to totrust totrust totrust
trust the public p ic to draw etca its own conclusions I Iwelcome Tweleome Iwelcome
welcome the opportunity to publish it hi its en entirety entirety entirety ¬
tirety in the columns colu D8 of the TriBufte TriblllA
A m W
Finding of theBody the Body of An Unknown Man Nrar Kaysvillc Kaysvillcby
by Duck Kuntars HuntersVictim Victim Appears to Have HaveBeen HaveBeen HaveBeen
Been Clubbed to Death
Special to The HertlOO HertlOOAY8VILLE Beri Beri17AY8ILLE
T7AY8VILLE AY8VILLE Nov 2 t ILThe The TheI JNkkta JNkktaK J
I 1 K of the body of an unjuiown unnowu man manat luauat 1 1at
at 1 oclock c1ock this afternoon af oon near nearSouth nearSouth I
South Weber by two men m n who w wtre re out outduck j jduck I Iduck
duck hunting may develop into a mur murder j jder ider
der case An inquest will be held at atnoon atnoon atnoon
noon tomorrow when the authorities authoritieshope auth rItIe rItIehope
hope to either clear up the ghastly tl7 eBye eByelery 1 ItJtery zpyeLery I
lery or glean sufficient information as asto 81 asto
to the mans man identity to t give them a aclue Gdue aclue
clue to work on which hleh will have bavel11a ma material material ¬ I
terial reeulta 1f u1t18 towards clearing up tn tnaffair the theaffair
affair affairIn
In the pocket of the man man was wu a alettef alettefaddressed tett tetter tetteraddNSted f faddressed I
addressed to KdwandHaliday l d ward HaUday at Croy Cro Croden rQy rQyden
den It was written at Ogden Od D l btan b > an anly anpnknown i ipnknown
pnknown person at the request t t 8 x xIy I Ity
ly Ualiday Hallda presumably a brother brot rof of ofi ofthe j jt
i the he dead d ad man The Ogden jr J11an n ap aplfalfcd apJlfaltd uptealed
lfalfcd to his brother for financial as assistance usltan assistane ¬
sistance sltan The latter indicated that thatHarry thatHani thatHarry
Harry HaUda is a paralytic paralyticThe par paralyticThe Ue UeThe
The body was found face downward downwardon
on the ground about 190 yards from fromthe f ftht fromthe
the > Weber river near South Wsber Wsberone Wberone Veberone
one mile west from the U Ulntab in tab bridge bridgeThe bridgeThe e eThe
The pot is i about ten miles north from fromthis fromthis frontthis
this place The clothing wa WM moldy moldyvhcrp mold moldhr moldyhere
here hr it vas a in contact con tad with the theground th thI1lIJund thebround
ground sliowinjc t that the man n hadbeen had been beendead beendead i idead
dead several days daysEvidence daysEvidence daysEvidence
Evidence of Poul Play PlayWhen P1ayWhen PlayWhen
When the body was turned turflet over on onits onitt onits
its back b Ck the first evidences of otfoul foul play playpiesentod playp
piesentod p 1 C esented < ntd themselves thfm t lves The head was wassuolITi waspllTl waswiin
suolITi pllTl evidently the > result of what whatappears whatappears whatappears
appears to be bruises but etlon on the theea1P scalp T Tlips Till Thelips
lips were badly puffed as thougfc t tboug th thman tatma the theman I
man ma n had been struck across the faee faeewith tewith
with a club The mans hat could c 1d not notbe notbe nutbe
be found foundOn foundOn I
On the feet were shoes which were
0 0c
not mates One was wIU of coarse coar leather leatherand
and the other a higher priced one On Onthe OnUae Onthe
the lapel pel on the coat was waa a Masonic Masonicpin Masonic4u 1 1pin
pin 4u beyond the letter which was not notin notn notan
in n an enveope there was nothing else elseupon elsethe elseupod
upon upod the body which mightthrow m ht throw any anylight anylight
light upon the mans identity identll The re remains remains remains ¬
mains are now resting at the under undertakers undertaker undertakers
takers takersThe takerrhe takersrhe
rhe man appears to have haY been a la laboring laIblg inboring
boring Iblg man above the average for he hewas hewas
was fairly well ell dressed sed In one pocket pocketof
of his coat were found the mans false falseteefh falseteeTh
teeth The body is that of a man mantWe4D be between between
tween the ages of 45 and 50 He was wasflvci wasflv
flvci flv feet and six inches tall weighed weighedbetween welbedbetween weighedbetween
between 159 t e and 1W pounds had dark darkair darkhair
hair air and mustache
i Victoria B B C Nov 29 29Advlces 29AdvIceswere Advices Adviceswere
were w received from South China by y the theAthenian j I
Athenian of the loa losE of thousands of oflives oflives i iJives
lives as a a result of tht destruction of ofseveral ofseveral
several se ral hundred fishing blng junks unks in a aloon atyphoon I
tJoI typhoon loon on off Swa S Sw Tow The havoc havocwu was wasawful wasaWful
awful when the gale swept down on onthe onthe I
the Chinese vessels masts were broken brokenrudders brokenrudders brokenrudders
rudders carried away sails ripped and andgeneral andgeneral I
general destruction rife For days da p num numbers numhfrs numhers ¬
hers of disabled junks drifted helpless helplessly I Iiy IIy
iy about their theiroccupantl occupants suffering sufferinggreatly sutteringfJrom sufferitigeat1b
greatly eat1b from extreme thirst and hur hurg huner > J
g er rv The Hongkong government oe > rnment tender tenderStanley tenderStai3ey
Stanley Sta JeY rescued a number picked up upeight u ueltrht upeight
eight junks and took 122 men off yes vessels yesael eSEels ¬ I
Eels ael that were abandoned The Stan Stani
Wh WhiW4 iW4 iW4v3EYffEI
v3EYffEI v3EYffEIu1i
u1i 4t44K 4t44Ki
Providence Idtnfll R I Nov 2 23The The new newwage newwage newwage
wage schedule adopted by tae cotton cottonmills ottonmin ottenmills
mills of the state which reduces the thewages thewajfeS thewages
wages of operative o ruUvfP 10 per cent eon t re restoring restortlt restoring ¬
storing < the price llat of two years ears ago agowill agom agowill
will m go SO o int into affect ect tomorrow Thirty Thirtyseven Thirty6eVfn Thirtyseven
seven mills wih Ih employes aggregating aggregatingmore
more mo than 17600 will be affected No Notrouble Notrouble Notrouble
trouble ia anticipated by the mill own owners ownen owneve ¬
ers The employes are dissatefted with withthe withthe withthe
the new schedule ehf ule but believe that tiiatmany thatmany tiatmany
many of the th manufacturers tnaDufactu would not nothesitate ot othesitate othesitate
hesitate to close their milto if a strike strikewas strikews strikewas
was Imminent They The will iII await a mar market market market ¬
ket more favorable to the manufac manufacturers mHIUfacturer manufactmera ¬
turers before pressing for a return to toformer toformer
former figures figuresFAILED ftsureFAILJmTo flguresFAILED
New York Nov 29 Charged with the therobbery therobbe therobbery
robbery robbe of 93MXX > worth of Jewelry from fromMr fromMna fromMrs
Mr Mrs William Waleh Wa < h Harrfson of Glen Glensldo GIEnsldt Glenside
side 8 Biiburb of PhiladelphIa Phtlad lphla Aflolf AflolfV 4jolfWaits olr olrWalta
Waits V 1U a i servant formerlv QrJ erh employed by
Mr Mrs HanrisoB wa was arrested arre ted h herr r > and all allthe anthe allthe
the jewelry except two pieces was found foundon
on him
l Iy y reported that there were 400 junks junksfishing junksfishing iunkafishing
fishing off Swa Tow when hen the typhoon typhooncame typhoottcame typhooflcame
came on Nov o 8 and fiftyseven dis disabled disabed dieabed ¬
abed junks were seen flying distress distresssignals dlptr distresssIgnals s seral
signals Several eral Junks were towed to toHongkong toHongkoug
Hongkong and then a third relief cruise cruisewas cruisewa cruiseWas
was made madeMeanwhile
Meanwhile three torpedo boat de destroyers deetroyers ¬
stroyers the naval water boat Cherub Cheruband Cberuband Cheruband
and a Chinese > cruiser were > sent er out and andrescued andrescUEd andrescued
rescued many Several hundred men menvere mfnwer menWere
Were wer taken from wrecked craft an suffer suffering qifforleg ¬
leg greatly some Being Mt without ut100 rood roodor 1or
or water vatel froro two to qve ve days daysOf daysOf
Of the 4M ftMing f lln < junks at least l ast 300 300are 300are
are disabled dlsabl d or sunk and thousands of oflives otIi of1ive
lives Ii 1ive yes were lost lostt
t c f
CRISIS IN COAt STRIKE STRIKEEnglishSpeaking STRIKEI STRIKEEnglishSpeakingltnefs STRIKEEngIishSaking
EnglishSpeaking EnglishSpeakingltnefs liners Seem tHave tGJt H8ve Joined Joinedfortunes JoinedFortunes JoinedFortunes
fortunes Withthe With the Otters OttersEvictions OtherSct OtherScEvictio OthersEvicUons
Evictions Evictio S Also Expected to Befia BlfilhuiNaata Incfateiiti IncfateiitiCoal If f8 a i Utah UtahCoal UtahCoat
Coal Camps iPi iPif f
IS Special lal to Tn TbHera1d Herald Heraldf Heraldj1NTER I
V v tJ1lIe L One of the t strongest roDC t card of ofthe f fthe fthe
the union men will be e played pla etl t tmprrow tl tlma ti timprrow
ma mprrow now Before this Issue I sueot of The Her Herald HNatf Heta4 ¬
ald reaches Salt Lake subscribers subscribersClear subserihiiClear ub cribll cribllClear
Clear leek Creek Winter Quarters and Sue Sconeld 3coIIeId Suefleld
neld will be placarded with jth official no notices notfces o oflees ¬
flees of t the United Mine Workers f fAmerica rAmerica fAmerica
America declaring a strike in these theseCxiinpa th thm theicctmps
Cxiinpa m 8 and calling on all miners mine in the thvemploy t theemploy h hem1
employ em1 loy of the Utah Fuel company here hereto hereto
to toceaae cease work The hands of John JohnKitchen Jo JohnMitchell n
Kitchen Vlieh n and Con Ketliher are manifest manifestm > st still
ill m this tk more The posting postingof of this no notioe notloe nofloe
floe marks I arke the introduction for the first j
time tbneot of system into this labor struggle struggleThis struggleThis I
This has been a day and night t of fierce fiercethough i ii
i though bloodless struggle stru < ge between the tt i icontending IDteadlng Icontending
contending forces in th the coal strike strikedann At Atdawn t tJt
dawn it commerced At midnight both bothsides bothaides bothsides
sides are still active Sleep has been beenrelegated Iwfnrelegated beenrelegated
relegated to things of memory m mor Be Between Heheen Betacen ¬
tween Clear Creek reek and Scofield asui asuiI an anWinter aaWinter
I Winter Quarter men are hurrying on onthe Oilthe ontb
the tb open highway or through the woods woodson
on foot and on special trains trainsCrisis trainsCrisis trainsCrisis
Crisis at Hand HandThe RandThe BAndThe
The crisis crt In this industrial war is ishere ishere I
here although no man may say y when whenthe whenthe hen henthe
the tide will be turned one way ay or the theother theother theother
other Today it has been a battle of ofbrains orbraJDIJ ofbrains
brains and tongues with an ominous ominousShadow ominousdow ominousbadow
Shadow dow of something more potential potentialnot
not fr to the background Strategy Strategyjras StrategyFhs
jras Jthe same today Thirteen agita agitators agitatorsIncludlng ita itatonlacludlng ¬
tors tonlacludlng including one woman the Mother MotherJ j
J n Etss ot the Utah camps invaded invadedClear Invadfdeer invadedear
Clear ear Creek only to be driven out of oftowirby i
towirby agents of the mine operator opratonTIle operatortTh operatorThe
The Th luckless l thirteen were known how howmany hwman7 howmany
many other representatives of the union unionswepecded unioned unionsucceeded
succeeded ed In getting close to tile miners minefswho minersWho
who 0 were working yesterday ye terdJlld mud rest resting re restlug t tinc ¬
inc today the he company could not ascer ascertain a aseertam Cer Cerfln ¬
tain tam but there were enough of them to tobring tobrl tobring
bring brl their gospel to the ears of nearly nearlyevery nea nearlreery r reery
eery man In camp and fn that mans manslanguage mansIa manslanguage
language Ia Company agents including includingSuperintendent IncludingEuPertDtllndent includingSuperlnwsdent
Superintendent Forrester were at work workas workas ork orkas
as missionaries mia8l before the sun U1started U1startedum started startedbusiness startedbuatSu
business um The Clear Creek mine mlnemust mlnemusthe must musthe mustbe
he kept open oen at whatever cost That Thatwas Thatwb Thatwhs
was the order Pressure of oftbe the strong strongest strongnt strongeat ¬
est sort was brought to bear orf men menwtoo menwho menwbo
who have not yet deserted to remain remainloyal remainI remainloyal
loyal I al to t4i t the company Every one who whocould whoco whocould
could co l4 be trusted ws tnrbed tdrbe d loose to totam totaUIo totalk
tam taUIo Co the men meni
1 y Oteesw Oesr JDeDOarrl Carried Oarrl Guns GunsKfn
Kfn N MpMseatatives seatatlVH of the United UnitedMine UnitedMin
Mine WinTlMrs esbats Were m 1q4 a atthe the town townttntfti
by deputy eput shorflts In the pay payor or ortin oft1iedop
t1iedop tin ttoiOBhwiy and tot told to return whence whencethey wbencetbey whencethey
they came They returned Deputy Deputysheriffs Deputys Deputysheriffs
sheriffs s in Inpaee lnthem these times in this locality localitycarry localitycarry loeaiitrcarry
carry loaded Winchester lneh8ter rifles Miss MissKcshby MissKostiby 1 1KotdIby
Kcshby a female union enthusiast e tbu la t from fromWinter fromWmter fromWtnter
Winter Quarters was found in a Fran Franhouse rhtnhou1I Finnhouse
house hou1I here eloquently pleading pl the thecause tbecause thecause
cause of the striking miners She was wasadvised wasadviaecl wasadvised
advised to leave and did so Three Threeothers Threeothers
others who tfad succeeded in passing passingarmed pdlngarmed passingarmed
armed guards were found and expelled expelledfrom expelledfrom I Ifrom
from town The remit of f all this thisstrenuous tblsstreDUOUII thisstrenuous
strenuous work may manifest itself in inthe Inthe Inthe
the morning perhaps not for several severaldays I Idays Idays
days Labor leaders profess to be begreatly befMtly begrntly
greatly encouraged e ced Company officers officersand oM o4fleersand rs rsand
and agents smile tired smiles smU and say saythe saythe y ytbe
the outlook outlooJt is pleasing pleasingMINES pleaPlngMINES pleasingMINES
Groups of Men Gathered at Various TaxiousPlaces Tarlousmeea VariousPlaces
Places to t Plan for forActiu Tntum TntumAction PntutsAction
Action ActionSpecial ActiuSpeclaI ActionSpecial
Special to The Hera HeraWinter dt dtWlatft 11reJtWinter
Winter > Quarters Utah Ngy tof aAU aAUmtMe 20AUmines AU AUmines
mines were ere closed tadita today In ob observanceof 0110 0110sena observane ¬
servanceof sena servane of the Sabbath la the thelittle thlittle thelittle
little Finnish Lutheran charch eJaechMormon and andMormon andMormon
Mormon meeting house atWlaQuar atWlaQuarten at Winter Quar Quarters Quarters ¬
ters services were held this afternoon afternoonThe ftenaooaThe tt rnoon rnoonThe
The day da was productive of few inci incidents IDetdenu IneSdents ¬
dents worth w llth recording Under the sur surface 1I1Ufale surface ¬
face there was much activity hot o ot otardl t twardly
I wardly ardl all has been smooth today At AtClear AtI AtClear
Clear Creek small groups ef f Finns Finnswho FInDwho Finnswho
I who have haveheretofore heretofore remained at work workstood workI workstood
stood about discussing the question of ofi
i I I whe vhethef > thtr to join the strikers strike Repre Representative RepreSfltathe Representatives ¬
I sentative of the union were not much muchin
in evidence in the camp owing to fear fearthat feerthat ferthat
that to talk of strike to a working workingminer workingminer orklqminer
miner in Clear Creek means quick ar arrest arrtst aTrest ¬
rest quick qutektHal uIck trial and conviction and
IAN JUAN P R Nov 29 23Gtneral 29GeneralWoe General GeneralWos
SAN Woe os y Gil arrived last night on the theGerman theI theGerman I
I German cruiser Falke The Falke Falkestarted Falkestarted < alke I
started at daylight this thi morning on her herreturn b herreturn r rreturn
return to San Domingo In the course courseof j jof IIOf
IOf of an interview nterve with a representative of ofthe I Ithe
the Associated Press Pr ss General Yos Vii O y yGil yGU yGil
Gil said saidNo aidNo saidNo
No significance slgrUic nce attaches to the fact factof factofmy
I of ofmy my traveling on the cruiser Falke FalkeUnited FalkeUnittd FalkeUnited
United States Minister Mlni tPr Powell offered offeredme
me passage on the gunboat t Newport eplrt tn tnNew t inNew n nNe
New Ne Orleans or Kingston Jamaica Jama Ca but butI bu buI
I preferred to come toSan to San Juan and andthe antithe I Ithe
the German officials kindly offered m mtransportation rrtransportation intransportation
transportation transportationRegarding transportationRegarding transportationRegarding
Regarding the overthrow of my gn gneriMnent g gerrment gs gserrment
errment I can only say that it was a duo du duI luto j jto
I to the impatlence of the people Wirh r h hI j jI i imy
I my respect for the constitution con tltl1tion this I s im irapatience impatience impatience
patience caused the revolution If the thenew thenew thenew I
new government vernment starts constitutionally constitutionallymy
my people will agree with It if not notthey nottb notthey
they tb y will try evolution rather than rev revolution revolutton revolutlon ¬
olution I had the chair through peace peaceI
I do not wapt w Jlt It through war which if ifdemoralizing I Idmoralizlng Is Isdemoralizing =
demoralizing the country The futun futunof futurof i iof
of the Djminloun Dminlcan republic devolves deviIvsupon i iupon i
upon the th recognition of the protocol protocolsigned pr protocoisigned locvl
signed by tWfc t Vasquez government with withMinister withMinister withMinister 1
Minister Powell I never wanted the theprotocol theI theprotocol
I protocol ratified unless the th Dominican Dominicancongress Dominicancongress I II
I congress accepted It my acceptance of ofit ofIt I IIt
it was W8 forced fon d when the revolution came cameThis cameThis I
I This protocol demands deti a 015 the > arbitration arbitrationut arbl I ra I iOn iOnt I
ut u t certain lell diffcivnips Jirln p between tw n Sam SamDomingo a ani aniDomingo 11 i iDomingo
Domingo and the United States In Inaccordance Inaccordance
accordance with Pre President Presiden iden Roosevelts Rooseveltsagreement Rooseelt1agreement Rooseveltsagreement 1
agreement with me personally signed signedby elgnedby signedby
by the president pre ldent and received in San n nc
c > Y c
j t
quick transportatlott transportation to the th ewnty t all allat Ianat allat
at Price But in tar imtosi aen er erproselyting ere ereproselyting re reproselyting
proselyting Just the sane 1Dea1thJgh 1Dea1thJghkeeping alt aith h jsnkeeping jsn ighkeeping
keeping out of sight of the civil 1 i jth jthorities tthorities th thortUet
orities and the th > military as mu < i ipossible all allpouible aspossible
possible pouibleOperaton
Operators Were Busy BusyNeither BusyNeither BusyNeither
Neither were the operators idlo 1 11 < > to today toda today ¬
day da Efiytbtnc Kvry thing possible was wa ion ionto lone loneto loneto <
to hold men who have not struck Th Thmost Thmost Thmost
most has teen h n made of ii the govcnors govcnorstelegram go gov SirS Iorstelegram SirStelegram
telegram to General cannon annon in v ii tilt lid1the tiltthe < h hthe
the executive execut e urged urs d tho th utmost iubli iublicity JlIhlicity tibliCity
city be given the order to protect I > > r irk irkInl ctrklug > rk rking
lug miners and their families X xi xicontainln ices icescontaining leescontaining
containing containln an extract from this thi i nl nlsap ttes ttessage iep iepsage
sage in Knglish Italian and Finnish Finnishhave FiL tisa tisahave Sil Silave
have ave been posted in very conc con i ibl iblpublic lblpublic tblpublic
public plat i and repeated verbal verbalAt verbalAt rbal rbalAt
At Winu f J Quarters 11 tools bo np nping nhIn nglng
ing In to the striking miners min r8 were h II bit tlelout 11 11out bitout
out of the ti mines and deposited < th thrailroad thO thOr1l1road tbr4ilroad <
railroad truck I Many Man of the th theclaimed vn vnclaimed knclaimed
claimed th thjr ir tools whil whilt > others oth rs iz rod rodthem tdthewn d dthem
them The union nnn Ill are mu mud < h en encouraged tl tlOt1ragtd ncouraged ¬
couraged < i > rer the reported ret rted earl ri rival rIval rIval ¬
val of Organizer Con KHiher h nlber wh h iay iayreach a arlach au aureach
reach Scofjjld Stj ld tomorrow tomorrowThe tomotT tomotTThe < r rThe
The following follovln message sent 1m octHelper > m mHelper
Helper by horseback messenger nl ngel n I te set 1E1Scofield setScodeld < l lSconeld
Sconeld today todayWilliam todayWIlliam
William Lewis Sccjfleld ScC SuofleldDear eldDea Dear Sir Siraud Sirau Sirand
and Brother BrotherPleasE Please let the J spic spicthere < pl plthere plthere
there know kno that they win ID get lif lifMonday lifMonday
Monday Tell them not to be dis discouraged dIscouraged discouraged ¬
couraged couragedSigned couragedSlgne1 couragedSigned
Signed > CON O KELLlHFfi KELLlHFfiMeeting KELLIH KELLIHEItMeeting E rt rtMeeting
Meeting Was Authorized AnthorixedThe
The arrival of Dr Cimeo tmeo Italian con conCul COllJul eonul
Cul Jul ul from Denver last l lt night tsatM tsatMstir t atr atrstir atelstir
stir among his countrymen This Thismorning Thi Thimorning Thimorning
morning a large number of 1lIu Pliuistrikers
strikers gathered ga thered at union headqu headqutp headqutpto headqulto tea teato
to sele se1cet < t representatives to intewl inteIov inteIovthe < > w wthe Wthe
the consul on their thf behalf Dpu Dpumarshals Dpumarshal L pii piimarshals
marshals attempted to o break u > the themeeting tl tlmeeting tlemeeting
meeting but were shown an ord orrk < Y 1 n nSeneral nGeneral 0General
General annon Cannon < granting pernissi pern pernsiafor J si1 si1for n nfor
for the gathering ga therlng Cuneo ufleo held a ain cv cvin e eIn
in his hotel all day dayCompany dayCompanv dayCompany
Company F stationed at fV1eM fV1eMheld f iIIy iIIyheld el1 el1held
held an el election < ction this morning for or lieu lieutenants 1leutenants licutenants ¬
tenants Ernest Jorgensen JOrl nsen foivuerly foivuerlysecond rOIlIellsecond for terty tertysecond
second lieutenant wa was chosen f th thhigher thhlgber tbhigher >
higher rank Sergeant John DomKaarl DomKaarlwas
was w elected ecte 1 second lieutenant and an Axel AxelPeterson AxplPeterson AxelPeterson
Peterson was promoted to Domgaard Domgaardformer Domspardformer Domgaardformer
former position positionGeneral po positionGeneral ltlon ltlonGeneral
General Cannon and staff have been Ueenabsent bfpnabsent beenabsent
absent at Sunnyside ill l day Colonel ColonelGreene ClonE1Greenewald C lone loneGreenewald
Greene Greenewald w a Id commanding the trots tro II In Inthe inUte Inthe
the meantime It ia i stated no evi ev tion tionwill tionwID tiotiwill
will be attempted ftt t Winter Quters Quterstomorrow Qu tfr tfrtomorrow ters terstomorrow
tomorrow as most of the men wn twubosses > wnboasts 11bo1l
boasts e8 on company land The Thei e trill trillbe willbe viibe
be served with notice to s7 r quit hi ry r rciays rv rvdays
days At Clear Creek Crlf > k the situati situatientirely ei ituatientirely tua t i ien <
entirely en tire I different dltr t A great 8t major > f ftheminers 1theminfiT8 of ofthe
theminers the miners bosses In addition i > th thland the thplaud theland
land are owned by b tho t he company Tio Tiooccupying r T 1f1 1f1occupying ieee ieeeoccupying
occupying them have but five dny 1i1 d = i i iwhich in inwhich inwhich
which to to move and it is understoo hat hatthis hattbls listthis
this times expires tomorrow in i most mostcases nostcases tiostcases
cases casesD Dexnollf D s Cans CansFriends CMeJlrtends CaisFriends
Friends of DoW Mine W Woragniser < iters itersoragnizer er erorapiser
oragnizer who Is in Jail at Pri Prio < ar ardetermined ardetermined are aredetermined
determined that the hearing of th tht > ha habeas haCfIIPUS habeai ¬
beas corpus case tomorrow shali aha I I not notbe notbe notbe
be a repetition rp tltlon of the farcical trial held heldat heldat heldat
at Scofield A delegation dele tlon will nl zn 0 to toPrice t tPrice
Price to testify t ttfy in hip favor Interested Interestedparties Intf int sted stedparties tpd tpdpartie
parties have taken exception to news newsI 11 newspaper
I paper reports of Demollls arrep ani anlconviction aniOnlction aniConviction
conviction < that as a matter of fat fa t th thtruth the thotruth thetruth
truth was as told very ver mildly Proeed ProeedIngs Pr Proeedinga ped pedInp
Ings with military attachment were wereperemptory Wfreperemptory veraperemptory
peremptory and not in accord with or ordinary ordiDal ordm51 ¬
dinary dm51 American Ameri < an standards standardsRumors RtandardllRumors standardsRumors
Rumors were current today tht th thUtah the thlUtah theUtah
Utah Fuel fompany ompanz has arranged arrang > d to t1bring to1trt tobring
bring 1trt In a large number of miners from fromoutside fromoutside frontoutside
outside this district dl trkt Company lirprBtate fleer fleerstate flcersstate
state that many men want to come conrhre comelire oml omlhre
hre and state that offers of help have havecome ha hacome havecome
come from Virginia Other met th thcompany theompany the thecompany
company states > s have volunteered from fromSanpete fromSanpete fromSanpete
Sanpete valley Miners who ha have e left leftwork Ieftwork leftwork
work are being paid j iiid off as s rapidly a athey athey athey
they present p nt themselves 1eIIJ ehee at the company companyoffices companyo8Ices companyoMcee
offices at Winter Quarters QuartersCOAL QuartersCQAL QuartersCOAL
Bt B c of th the IteaJan Are mpty pty and andTh andiDIe andThsea
Th Thsea r Seam to iDIe Ba Little Littlepeat Pros Prospect Prospeat ¬
peat of Xtlllnff Wunc8peeIaJ Thorn ThornSpecial T TSpedal
Special to Ta on HstsJd HstsJdBoreka HenJcLEIIftka IIeTh1Eureka
Eureka Nov NovTlae 29 30The The coal alttatlon alttatlonin alt tatlon tatlonin
in Koreka is becoming 1lIeI1o serious the bins bineI bin binConU binsContinued
I Continued ConU on Page 3 3
Glad Hes Alive liv and nd Intimates That the United States Stat Will WillBe WillBe I I8e
Be Asked to Establish a Protectory Dyer OvrSanto DyerSanto OverSanto <
Santo Domingo f
Domingo Mr Roosevelt Ro hevelt cannot accepk accepkany a at eepi eepiany p pany
any other arbiter than mine nor nor ijal ijalvan J al alvan I Ivan
van who was 8M appointed by b the th regular regulargovernment rpg regularkovernment ular ularkovernm
government kovernm nt and nd is now in Washinuton WashinutonI Washir ashintorI tor torI
I do not care to say 88 more now nowGeneral nowGeneral nowGeneral
General Wos y Gil will remain here heretwo heretwo heretwo
two months l When asked a ked if h were werecontemplating > verecontemplating ccccontemplating
contemplating urging the United States Statesgovernment statesgovernment ates atesgovernmeDt
government to t establish estab sh a protectorate protectorateover prote4 Orate Orateover
over Santo San to Domingo the he general neral p pOced pOcedhis iced icedhis teedhis
his finger upon his lips Ii and wave his hishand hi hihand hihand
hand significantly i nftcanUy his hi entire manner mannerindicating maLDerIndicating matnerindicating
indicating the truth p < > the rumor hat hatsuch hatsuch
such a step tPp was th object obj t of snor snorGalvans nor
alvan mission to President K l 1to 1toveit ose oseveH OMvelt
HELD OUT BY ENEMIES ENEMIESDocuments ENEMIESDocuments j jDocuments
Documents Favorable to Dreyfus DreyfusBid
Did Not Reach Court CourtParis CourtParis
Paris N J9 91l U s affirmoj affirm that thatGeneral thatGen tnatGeneral
General Gen al A i th WI t minister mlnlst < r who whoamiiif wh whtxamll1pd whoexamined
examined amiiif i J i 1 Teyfu ret fu > lllllier rier ha ia or ordered ordered ordered ¬
dered vrnfii i of u < atjons tOn acJnst acJnstofficers a lnst Instofficers
officers iiuvi in I I In thrUryfus the U yeUS itu cas and andthe andthe nd
the th stHtii 1 i it two tw 01 1 1 uments which whichinflu s jich jichinflUfn leli leliinPut
influ inPut n tly th tho 1 t at R ics icsbeforv 1e11bpfor teabfur
beforv 11 h Dreyfus ws w ied ed we wedoubttiiy m mdoubttiiy 111douhtuliy inlouhtiiy
doubttiiy forgeries It is J ther theri a > rt rtni rtaL
ni < i that a number of i i > ts t m mvorable my n > a avorable avorable avorable
vorable to Dreyfus wn i T t own t tRennes Ua Uabeforv e eRenD iiiRennes
Rennes RenD court courtIn courtIn courtIn
In the event of a dIT irri I an anpellation j r rpellatlon rpellation
pellation regarding th t ii inK Ie IeIn Icin
in the th chamber of i t e go gonnent g gment goment
ment Intent to ask 1 l t jjour jjourof jo Jr t tof
of 0 that liwv Ii h l iif 11 ainaispi ainaispiwhih Am nmisiv s > j jwhi
whih v hi < h was wa w ii f I I j < i Dossier oS5l r an anpetiliui I It i iisettUut
petiliui > < 1 of sertonc sertonchave sertenihave t
t nJ l1fT fT i ri ribe
have rendered ed a u uecision l1 This a 9rti 9rtibe < ti tibe
be taken ir ix order to prevent par parfrom pa parfrom r
from interfering in an investigation investigationpurely InestiatLzpurely z zpurely I
purely judicial character cbaractern
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