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J SALT LAKE CITY UTAH MONDAY 1 IOND Y JANUARY 11 1904 It gets 8 ta results 1tJJ 1tJJno
Tells Tel ls Police P Hce How He Shot Motorman Mot rman and Con Conduator GondU Coni
i duator dU tor Last Wednesday WednesdayNigbt WednesdayNigbtl Night NightRelates NIghtL
4 4Relates I IRelates
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Relates AH Jr the he Details of the Crime and Expresses a Desire to toDeed toDeed toDeed
Deed all His Property to Families FamiIiesoIHis of Hfs HisVictims HisVictimst Victims VictimstlMES
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tlMES I is8 MePHJCRSON Me SHOCKIJBY dicUed mnd signeda signed a confession at t the theMotormnn thestate theJ
J J state penJ penltefltiazYfeltrd7 afternoon tht t be WHale was the man who ho mJllder mJllderMotorman rnurderdMotormnn
Motormnn Amsuaa A An L I Olemson OI1 and Coirihac owctOrThomaM etThos tor Thomas B Brighton onWed onWednesday onWedJlesday onWedjesday ¬
nesday night at 1145 oclock while attempting attetllptbagw hold them tWm up on onaSaoond onaSaoondSouth a Second SecondSouth SuondUth
South Uth street car at the terminal of the lIRe I TKfc T Ttenth enth Ut B J it t and Second South Southstreets Southstrcet Southstrctg
Remorse the fear that some Innocent JUllocent nan might mfrtuKec suffer for the th crime and anda
a desire to make reparation to the he families tandU of the de deac1 ded d men were what whatprompted whatprompted whats
s prompted him to make a clean breastof breut lot of the terrible sjftiir I 3r Without W1tJJ ut t tjie te e er least leastreservation leastrervatorz
reservation r rvaUon on his part Shockley Shockle told every detail 1t of the crime hne and dilated dflat upon uponthe upOnthi uponthe
the incidents leading up to it and his ht wflfl w1ttI1ttPt fflsfct b t to tofa t t WK aer fer Its com commission eommission cornflhi81on ¬
mission He Jle realized from the very moment of his asps that Uw police were wereconfident wereonftdent wereCoflfldpnt
confident in their own minds that they bad the rightykphn rtPat when they took 10 k him himinto bIJninto himi
i into custody custodyHfs custodyHla cuetodyHie
Hfs conscience began to prick him when ben he trted n4fn to lay the double murder murderat
at It the feet of hie former companion compon Burley Walsh Val In h the hope of saving savinghimself savJnghimself sarhgIurnself
himself The more he e thought of the crime he h says ys the K more > ore it troubled hint hinti hintnfl
i nd fl remorse Iemor finally filled his very aoul Not being a crtmiiial 1 at heart rt it itwu itwulIot was wasnot waenot
not long before be be be art to break down In his hisJWn own thoughts Then came ine the thethoughts theI
thoughts I of the wives wlvesand and children of the two men hV h had h kiltedtv killed 1 iu cold bleed WeedAnd bleednd bleediid
And nd added to all that was the incessant sweating weatt tg of the thep police policeNight J1ceNlCht po1ceNlht
Night and day he had nothing to think of but h crime and the misery
JH Ju i had cast ca t without just cause cau e upon two defenseA defeneewomen ewOIDen women and their little littlei littleht littlehlidren
i h ht hlidren dren ren It grew to be a nightmare with him his nature was not steeped in inf Iny Intil
y til > rime r tn sufficiently before the murder to enable him to bore it out with his con consrience CORodence contience
f srience and he broke down When he did that he forgot for t hill own misery suf sufficiently auCf ¬
i ficiently f long to pay some me heed to the suffering he had hadcMlled caused and to attempt attemptome attemptlme attemptI
I SOme ome reparation reparationIn
In a few f w years y arH Shockley Shocxle > says he will m come oome into some property It Is his hisintention histntentlon
intention so he told the police yesterday to deed this property over to the thej tbeY theIves
j vives Y Ives ps of Gleason G lea son and Brighton that they may derive the pecuciary peeu iary benefits benefitsvhich benefttsh beUCfltsheh
vhich h heh eh raiHy m y arise ari e from it Although he admits money can never assuage as the therain theptin theiIln
rain and sorrow which ho h has inflicted hp says he has aa nothing else to offer ex excfpting expiing eatpttng
cfpting < piing fcis life which he expects to forfeit forfei for the crime crimearrived crimeshortly 1 1Shortly
Shortly before noon yesterday Shockley sent ent for the police When th they theyirrive4 I IHrin
arrived Hrin > d ai a t the penitentiary he made a complete confesstoti loQe exonerating ffttlns every everyonp everyt1nf everyThe
The < of tbe crime He Fays he did not intend to commit murder urder that If he had hadthought battthought baitthaught
thought he h would have not been killed by the two street car car men when hen they theyresisted theyrfs theyresisted
resisted rfs t1ted his hi attempt to hold them uphe up w would have lNrreD irrendered erecl He thought thoughtthey thoug thoughttiiCy t I
they were wtrp going to kill him and he shot shotWith shotWith shotWith
With terror in his heart he threw thre away his gui Js s he fled eel back ck to town townHe townHe I IHe
He went ent direct to his room confessed to Percy ercT Prothero his b roommate andthen andthen and sndthen
then spent a restless night in bed unable to sleep TAe nxt xtm morning I when whenhe whenhI whenhe
he read the story stor of the crime in the newspapers he almost died Ied fromheart fromheartfailure frOm iromheertfailure heart
failure I
failureTh Th T remainder of the day before he was as arrested a rra ted was spent speno spenot t in trying to toiid toI
I iid ld 4 wor worft o He oven ven went ent to the barns of the street car company where he heHeard heheard heheard tol
c cShockley
Heard the men discussing dls the crime < which he committed committedSiiorkiey committedM
M Shockley s says = he is not a criminal at heart hearttllattbeAnMi that the flrat crime he ever evercommitted evernrnmltted I
committed was in this Hty when he held up a street car hut siwuct vmmet when he hei
i ade dE hi bit first visit Iit to o Salt LakeCity LakeCityHe LakeCltyHeIR <
i He HeIR Heita i a native of MariN county Miourt1aIeamIIy Missouri > Mm er hitfamily r rgk1es aWes They Theyjvrv Th Theytift y yhiGhly
jvrv tift ° highly rwpected fP pe ctEd he says and have haveIc up ieans W1ie a Y Wi3ilOw loW M MIft liekft
Ic Ift ft home and sr na eer e PeIUP tIIMe fnee then has been dNt lel lelthn eHMe idiIi W994 B i + fi0 fi0tiMi efna efnatij11
tiMi to work the ne need d of money momyJed led him to ffy U7 lijfcwignflPJgjWe g tOZS tOZSprrifessliit rg rgprafessidn b bJTffeNlitl11
prafessidn Success SU > fI was his in that 11 line tt ut4 M laM WsXfiMmij kt Ht when wh lie lieattompted weattCmpted hetempted
tempted to rob GJeason and Brighton Br1 toD t tTh t 1 1Tbe
Tbe Th man i is a complete wreck both men mentJly anl Vgjfaglyjii WJ b iIeML The strain Miainpathetic JK1tnha strainhas
ha has been too muc for him and he us an all But o CbUaPee6 uta l feAroeteriMty etenlity i8 i8pa lepathetic
pathetic pa thtk but he > desires desi to shoulder all the blame for the crime and make What Whatreparation whatreparatiox bat batTepara
Tepara reparation tion he can canTh canTh
1 Th reward offered for the apprehension and andc6ln1ct1en odnvietlon of the themurAerel themurAereli murderer murderers
i s to be divided between bfotw n the wives of the two dead ead men and Prothero who first firstpave firstgave t taye
pave aye the police their clew At the penitentiary yesterday afternoon aft he hearily votan votantariiy YOlun1arily
tariiy signed i < ned an agreement a ment whereby 1 1110 W was wa to b > given en to each 5 1 of the wives wivesnnd wivesnd wivesnd
nnd nd he to take the remaining IO IOrblef 12S0hief WO WOrhief
rhief hief Lynch and the other members uf f hIS deportment d me t also signed the theagreement theagr thea
a agreement agr ment relinquishing Telinqui blq any right to the th reward in tfew ew ot its being beiz Olvidedalmost II IIB1Il1ost divided
1 almost wholly between Mrs MTLG1OaOit Gleason and MrsSHOCKLEY Mrs Mrsrigbtp MrsrigbtpSHOCKLEY Brtghttrp BrtghttrpSHOCKLEY
1 1Shortly
Shortly brfore 1111 11 oclock yester yesterrj yester111Oft1ing yestermoring
rj moming Chief of Police Police W J Jnch Inlh 1 1nb
nch received reei > d a telephone message messageK mesueZthat
K that 1 Sborkley wanted t te ee ee him to to11ade toade
made ade a statement The chief caught caughtji
ji The T iii Iw 113 oclock car accompanied by byDetective byDeteUve byt
t Detective G A Raleigh Captain Bur BurLidge Burlidge
Lidge had aa not returned from Ogden Ogdenhere n nhrt
vhpre here he was 3 ae trying tryin to get some trace tracef
< f the mysterious R tprinus Burley Walsh and andDirective andI andIIitective
Directive I tective 4hae < hae ha e was attending the fu fufk fuLI fue
fk e LI lal al of Oleason c Ja leasThis I1 I1ben
is When ben they th < y arrived at the peniten penltenuy
uy Guard Andrew Ire told them themrial themat themIt
rial at It SlHKkley ShOtkl Sho ky had expressed expre e a desire desiresoe de1lirethf desirep
soe p th the > 01 hief ief as he wanted to make makestatement mketatelDfnt maketatemIlt
statement After being shown into intoV intoYarden intorilen
V arden POWP Dow private office Shockley Shockleyis Shockleybrought
is i brought in from his hi cell ell in the th tharh thith
vjth ith cell bouse After taking a seat sestL
In 1 L said he was ready ady to make a con coni
i t sKion sKionA siont SiOlLtyperitr
A t typewriter < l was ffrured eured and the thenun thefln theI
nun I fl dictated dl < tatPd the confession relative relativet
t rhe ht GkasonBrighton affair and a ashorter ahorter ahrter
shorter < one on about attempting to hoM hotda i iip
np a Fort Douglas Dou las car last July 1nIyAfter 1nIyAfterT After Afteribey
ibey T h were erp written writ ten thc man signed signedthin sl i131e4I nf CI CIT
thin T h hiii 11 and the t hf witnesses wi tr > s affixed their theirs theirnaturef theirnaturee
s naturef to the two statements Aft Aftr j jr
r making a verbal statement to the thehief j ji
i hief h ief and the detective Shockley > was nastken at t tTiken Itlkfn
Tiken bat back k to his hi eel c l The mans mansFtory man mantnry mansLory
Ftory was as follows followsShockley followsShockley followsShockley
Shockley Tells His Story StoryThe StoryThe StoryThe
The night of the holdup I went ent al alj almust
j most 1110 t to the scene on a Second South Southstreet Southctret
street 1 car I got tff ff at Tenth Fast Kastf5 Fasttr Eastl
l street tr t and then walked to the ter terminal tt terroinal > r rminal ¬
f5 minal of the First South street line I ICarried Iarrled Ic
c Carried the th > white soft hat and the gun gunwith gunwfth gunwith
with me Before r rrt > the > ear flame I took tookoff tookcfT tookof
off of my Mack stiff tlff hat which I wore woreout woreout voretit
out tit and tpking t > klng my handkerchief handkerchieff handkerchitfwhich
f which hicb I used u > e as a mask from my myj myJocket
j Jocket I ocket tied it i across my face Then I Ij Iut Ilit
j ut on my m white hat and waited for forth j jth ith
th car carThe carThe carThe
The man then recounted J the scene scenethat 8enthat scenethat
that was aa enacted t in the oar ar which is isgiven IIIghen isgiven
given in detail in the th > signed confos conftsnn confstnn j jvion
vion tnn nn After telling huvv he forced his hisi hisay
i ay a pas the last roan he shot and andaped anda andaped
< aped a from th tho oar Sf Shookley gh < kley said saidAs aidHAs saidAs
HAs As I l Ifft ft tho th 1 oar a I lost ln t or dropped droppedniy droppp41f drope41Iv
niy Iv frnltf iihItt < hit hIt on n the platform built at atf atIf atI
f f the If terminal term lal fur the oonvenfenc onnft > nct of ofhI ofI j
f th5 hI h poblif pbI That fI Cecned epn nPf1 > d to unnervo unnfnJ1f uflrtervT
1 nip T romp rompity iv I sern FtInd d to l lose < se roy royjead j jfehead If
fehead f ad from that instant ii tan t went ent over overp pr prto
jead p 1 to the ditt dith h where I had hid my black blackhat blakhat tiiakhat
hat and picked iekel it up Before putting DuttingI uttin
f I it on I took off my rr mask > n k anC put it itn itii
3 ii In n my pocket Then I started off on ona onI
I I a arun ron
Got AtTay Prom the Sceae SceaeV
V I ran a bock south and cut across acrossf acro1SJots acrossp3
p3 f Jots to the next nt > tt Ftret lelow h > 1ow going in ina Ina Ina
a southwesterly dire dirutJor ft ion Just what whatstreet what8lrfet whatstreet
street I va aii on I do vt i t remember I > as asI 2BI ccI
I was wa to > xitd I iooleot oflect rros ro rosattig rosattigth slng slngthe fngthp
the th FV Fort > rt Douglas < ar liv Ii > tnirktt v hpre ahrethe h hprethe re rethe
the car anr puss i te ach t < Ih oth1 oth I assi ai pf nsi nsitve i ith
4 tve th abu tha th Ji < f < > I remember remm t dter dltr dic dictnctIy j
tirctly tr tly v i MJ t nfwFry IHHT vas on my Inyrt mylft
3 lft rt ft I I t ot < if 1 reninnber Ile1HI1berorrectl lieuctnbercanal i icorreetl
correetl < i iif I < d the anal I Ihave Ibave
have It i P rtooilwiion of t the theI
bridge Ten ea I went south th to Sixth SixthSooth SixthSouth SixthSouth
South street and turned west heading headingfor headingtor headingfor
for the center Gt f the city
9 I 14Jd 4M not ka w lw m how far I had gene PM PMuaW goneUntil
j until I heard tHe engines In the e yards yardsTheir yardsThe1rh1stkL I
Their The1rh1stkL whistles wlt t tbe ringing of the bells bfttisan4 bell bellr1II bellsrumblIngt
an4 Hw mmbUngs r1II 1allap of the ears on seemed seemedto JM4 JM4to
i to bring 1 me to my m senses sensesAlt 8en8etlAll sensesAfl
Alt this tit time I was deliberating lIf deliberatingwhether > lllteratin i ibetber
whether I would ald > take tak my life Three Threetimes Threetimea Threethnes
times I cocked my revolver with the tbeintention theIntention theiitentlou
intention of committing committi sujeiie 811 but buteach butfacb buteach
each time I put pu the gun back Into my mypocket myp mypocket
pocket p ktt The > last time I put It back I Idetermine IcetermlDel IetermIne4
determine to wait until I got to jay jnyroom JII1room jayroom
room It I t was my intention when I Igot Igot Igot
got there to write lite a letter to my folks folkstelling fnIktelling
telling them isfi fl ft explaining lainnx everything everythingand eve I
and then kill myself myselfBid j jHid
Bid tb tlte BYT9r BYT9rBut svoFvarifi
ifi But I changed han my mind one oace more moreAfter ntoreAfter 11
After I had < gotten down town a Httte Httteway IItt IIttway
way I rtoonsideredthe rOcOflsidered eonlde the whole matter matterarid matteralid mutterai4
arid cached < the gun I took it from frommy frommy I
my pocket and dropped it over a afence afence
fence It fell betveen the fence and anda I
a big poplar po lar tree As near near as I oca ocarecolfcftet onat
recolfcftet HcOI t t the1 th tree was Wa as about a foot footin fOotin I
in diameter diaJntl tf > r m ft1Ct t where I dropped d ItI it itI ItI
I cannot tell you youAfter youAfter youAfter
After throwing the gun away I Icontinued Icontinued
continued west we t 1 do d not know kno how far farI farI I
I went as I am not well enough ac acquainted aeo Scquninted ¬
quainted with the city to tell what whatstreet whatstreet whatstreet
street I I was 8 on by the buildings buildingsHxonno buUcltnpHJOuntt buildingstmnn j
HJOuntt Hxonno > me t tlfce ai
lfce 1 tea 1 turned north and kept en engoing ensolDg engoing
going until ntH I reached South Temple
When I reached that street I turned turnedeast bhBetleRst turnedestat
east a coj 4 kept goir goirg y until I got t to Main Maintret XaitJt Mainstreet
street Jt I turned CT t cnsth > utb on Main street streetand atreetand Streetand
and walked until I got ot t to the corner of
First 8 8eSIth mith uth etrct l trc t At that point I cut Ut
djegoaaDy d goany across the street going goi at atsuch atsuch atsuch
such ar angle that 1 landed almost in infront infront infront
front of the door leading up to my myroom myroomTld myroom
room roomTld Paid Roommate of Tragedy j I j
I went to my room a at quickly as asnoMible a asporIbIe I IpO
noMible pO ihle Prothero was there th re and 1 1tod ltoW E Etold
toW him that tba I stuck up a stree streecar streear streezar <
car ar and 8 d had shot t two men There was wasnoi wasroo wasflOt
noi roo much tc tnl4 14 a atout tout the matter then theni
i vent to bed hect he but could not sleep My libmf1 j I IDS1
oair DS1 was a all in a whirl hITl I was too ex exMLEd cxiied j joiled
oiled to s eeo ee I could do nothing but butthlrk buthirk j
cMrk end fll go over the > whole thing < tr trand ttrind i iand
and cain ir r iry y thought thoughtTt j
The Tt rixt mornl mornig > g when a len en ve W got ff c cI p
I heard hf > ard th till newspaper neW parfr boys oaliin oaliinContinued camltontinu eulJIuttContinucd >
Continued tontinu d on Pare Pa e Two
I AME 1 1Y 1I Y
< f
rENATOR kENATOR REED SMOOTs reply to tothe tothe
SENATOR the charges cbar < ea contained in the th citi citizena c1Uzel1 citizeiss I
zena petition agaict him filed filedi
i the United Ul ted States senate sente te has called calledforth calledforth I Ith
forth the th following toll OM comment come comient t from fros the theRev theRev
Rev Re William Paden o one of the th lead loaders leaders leadcrc ¬ I
ers of the antiSraoet cruej CI1Illde CI1IlldeApcstte crpoa1eApcstle e eApostle
Apostle Snaoots Sjno ts reply t ply to the citi citizens cittrens citiTens ¬
Tens protest Is a good piece sf f work workfor worktor workfor
for us Itdeniea It deniEtJ eo amen that is easy easyto e easyto sy syto
to prove Why he almost defiles that thathe thathe thathe
he is one of the twelve apostles apc Ut1 He Hecertainly Hecertainly
certail certainly Y does not ao ssmgvW agoM his JUsas dffiee dffieeas
as one of the prophets seeitt ithd id d rev revlatora eYe eYelQoha rerelaotu
latora of the Mormon church ckurcbAccording < 1I4 i iAccording
According to Mr 1hnQot noot allowing t4 oylnt
he and hte ht fellow aprtlji a apotI foIU are re merely merelyapostolic n1ete17apo IIreIYapotoIc
apostolic apo olle delegate who are tmder the thedirection Uted1re thedlrettion
direction d1re < tion of the presidency The pro protest Pr PrtE5t protEet ¬
test did not go quite that far t for fore ac according accordiq C Cflflg ¬
cording flflg to the Doctrines Doetrt eil and fl Cove Covenants COvenalata e enants ¬
nants the twelve twev apostlca farm f a quo quorum quorum quorum ¬
rum equal in authority auth U1t < to the three threepresidents threepreddents threeprevldents
presidents when deoteion on ie i made by byone byone byOtto
one unanimous voice ofce of the seme me In Inrase Incae Inace
rase ace one on of r the t apoptlee refuses to ac acrtdp CPtdt acredo
redo > to the > will of the t titeothrs hl others he can canbe cantH canbe
be dropped as W waeI va r Apostle Thatcher ThatcherAp TbathforAp ThatcherApoatle
Ap Apoatle < stie < Smuot moot h h4e H also o added the themanifesto themanif themanifesto
manifesto manif to to the canonical writings wrlU of
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+ +
+ 1
of 4 Wttsburg Jan W lOrthrs Orders were > issued Is u d on Saturday to the management mana managTnentef t + 4 + I
+ cf f tc the Edgar Thompson Thomp on steel works and blast furnaces nt o t Braddocfc and anda54 +
+ also a54 et the Carrie blast furnaces at Rankin and an the th Duquefne blaft fur fUrnSi 4 + j I
4 traces nt Duquesn < all under the tb Carnegie a J1egie FiH F < t company to t get tike du idle 4 + I
4 blapt ruma furnace f in shape for immedi Immeditft t resuivption elun pton + I I IT1e
4 4 The blarting of the big fttaeks flltaE at Braddock within
five fl e dy pf j ags f + f F
4 tlPrl an n early rly resprjptlon of all the st tel el mills of the United t ntt d Uts St et t cot 4 f
4 + fJ fatOQ par too in western t > T Pennsylvania The furnaces fCTI1t S at Braddock BaddNkJn6 InepdiAg 4j 4 +
4 + tho0 t > start started today and Faturday Faturda turda and tr tto others thr to go on oh this week week take 4 + I Ion
4 on about 1000 mm + i I IS
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Principal Actors ActorsintheStreet ctors in the St Street eet Car Murder MurderREASON MurderA
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Tl Dee o of4tah t hStatc tatc Pnon ta 1u 101tJ04
ICtt f iiij f tJ peibe tiuiMe je thai t aii ni innocent man might mig t suffer suff r for peJpfB peJpfBbly littt the man mAn I implicated impli pro probably proba probai1iul
bly migfrt wot tp1Oft ot prove Iris jaMoeence cnee Hy true tu name i Ii Iii as I staled 4ifc 4ifcK i1iul d mother and two sisters s in III IIIt inc jf jfitttiL
t K c Manes d1t county Jliaoouri I amSaot siiisot a criminal at t heart and fd icvef veF JstrtraJi birt itttiL prcvi previously JHy Ay record can canC canWithe canbetractdup
5 be betractdup betractdupUt traced up upI < C
Ut I MB the man that t tstcuEed tcaus caused 4 the tJ ik death tb of these two tW Afreet street iearnight iear psu Withe oi Lt1ie tl1e1e night igbt of J Jan n 6 On the thet theJUght theiat
night iat of this tla trfcgexfer Ir I taek j tJuHSeednd dI South street ear ar tad ii and walked to the scene of ofi1ae ofz
z the holdup Wbeu 8 L 1we 1n ill tp trnitJ J bad my gun l in BtY J Uten to Jiold up theIr hands handsK
K Xef ciL1ier J eeaMM1t aeeiued o bs J l nd itd die smaller man of tyo tyoh tyol1etter ad je4better l1etter Plt up your ands I 3 i
t t H re4ae4 t y Jwn a feat t1 ft inej g gil 1Jt fo make 8 fig fight h t ft fJ h itftbe the e ear a r bit 111 kefore M ore I reached reachedWhen ftchedt I
t tiai tim tojM1 I a utat lat i1l ii I eo1 d1ln kiDPd k both bt1latetI 1
latetI 1erorethsy JIMijptw gedJjTbisi I ikIed ikIedwIt > > > t
When 4ber t toi o InHfl li kl of t aie mc tI I11argeM m largest man J aD first the tl a iaIiji ae i dr clrc p liu ffun gllflldjiOiutf1eI n < f Jointed noi t l it in H my myeye fI
eye fe It I i t could not tha hare ben more than a Ziwi tot and a half awajriv awQ awn l1 Sfcyj er ioUL IQ held nie aDd I f was po positive positivethat Ui e ethat 1
t that he would shoot and adrwi TWited d to hoar ar ffie ffi report pf f the gcuji go II F Furtae QIB reason he did not fire and I Ie IIt
It e wrenched wrenc myself free fr from the other man manAt iC K i
5 At the same tune timotJlis tiiis nan 78n stepped back ba k and andtook dll look his gruain IjoQi IOtI 1 hjai inrh cli < ls and a even at this time the thethought thethought t
thought pas psscd xl througli tho my m YJI niiid ti tl I 1 wonder w r if its t possible to bft hjt t tt jnajyr ma arm rm in n ease ase he goes to firef firefand fire C CiC
iC and I drew d w down wid wt4 vitb tf na gun gt1 Lzn n 1titll itli the iajtent to bit his arm but t at tt the same me time that I drew mv my gun n down downother 5 5my I
the other man gn grabbed gt IV arm ad threw w the other arm sroidmi r flager ngcr was on the trIgger and andt t II
went 01 at that A and I did not know whetlier wh thcr I had hit biIiiin
t my gun off4 off4at snie l10 him or x or > r not netAt 4 4Ij
Ij At the saJUtin same intfiltttvtliwt my gu gull iin fired I wrenched loose ooscfrp frmt ether fcj r wait an again and started for the theie t I
ie door hut thtr larger Pf wa mego sot between I ate e and the do door > r At thIs t tiaki rteI I trie4 to force the larger man out outK 5
K of the door but eoD ciaalj not At the same 4ime the larger man rhi rUnSfliql i infta his s pocket whether > f to get t a 4 4weapon g gor I
weapon or do away ft with witkkif Jrfs ki money I do not DO t know but supposed at II t the tJJcA tbC4I Ra that thath n must be to get gets a weapon weaponI
5 I I remember r wall the thought passed througn my mind ii Jfy f3o4 Got t qaut take chances with another anothergun tc i ignn I
5 gun and I fired to Wl him 1 im After I 1IMd toad fired l td the man seeaa to saji ti perfectly rl still and an I forced myself myselfk j I
< k by him and left the place v v1c X
1c If I had thought these men wanted to make me m a prisoner or 9r had ereia oven told me to give them the j I I
T r I would have d dne it i itrather jathcr tftl than thansoot shot the The first washit I
gonr nc men man Bi 1l hit lr bin by an accidental idental shot eJotwhieh which ro retr roK j jsuited
tr K suited in his death tIa and as the last resort I 1hot shot the other man m when Lth I thot tboibt up it t lie JIewould would kill me Had I j j
known at the time ti tb that t it WAS w wa only a term in the penitentiary 9fi 1W1 tfi thtgIi eh ft ithad had been a lifetime Uf I w wuld wuldnever > uld uldIfitaesses k tl
Deer hare fi lited bQt btat at t1aa lat ttj tiinc it looltcd Iookcdnothing Dot but death T3 jueicc lePCC of myaetiouia my action is 88 I have K Khere I
here sated end nd 15 is as 8ao above J Y SHOOlUJa I
i K Ifitaesses JitDeS8eS IitI1CS5OS AV V j Lynch L G li HlWeigltThoinas Hakigh Thomas C Wrikh Wnghtjand j f J J i1t haStowc haStowclStmte Stowe Stowej Stowecvit1state WC I
t cvit1state lStmte S te Prison Jan 10 1904 19044he fc f
4 In regard to the 1 Iwddiip W on the Douglas line last Jtilywtett July wIrastw 4he he CT ea gduetor dufrtor u or ran from me I did not K Kfire I
fire at a t him a im with the ihtention of hitting him only onJ to stop him rQl Oftfaernp UrtLerT 1 T never ne vtr wanted aD ed to hurt these theseman c cmen
t men also Io assured 8 nred them diaL I did not want their t t twb > vh watches orflfo o oMonmygki lrmelt ch h they will bear me out ou in inSIa8d tn tnt
t i un SIa8d > i t f J M SHOCKLEY SHOCKLEYic j
ic Witnesses Wjt AYiiKain ViUi n J Lynch G GA A Ealeigh Thomas Wsj W WgWandTpjtn andJ9hn and John Stowe Stowey
y yy y V V v m J iAA AA A J icliW OO Y V YY YY yr VY V Y
+ 4 4SaltLacc
SaltLake Salt Lake Diyine Comments Upon the th Answer A swer Filed RIedSenator b 1h 1hSeoatorJtl1Ot he heSenator
SeoatorJtl1Ot Senator frOm Utah to the Charges Preferred Against AgainstHim Againsthim gainslHim
Him in the t e Upper House of Congress Congr ss y i
the church chul > h If btB declaration de4arationls i ithe
the manifesto is of equal ai a awith thc thcwith
with wi th the youmustbelierein youmustbelleveI1b blideclaratJGne po poamyorbedamned
amyorbedamned chapter chapt of tli
I DoctrlD61 > octrines and Covenants wI1Yir wI1Yirnqt wh why fc fcnqt as > It Itnot
nqt been published f by the t tchurch > Mfc Mfcchurch C9rmon C9rmoncburrh
church in some of the canonic canonicThe canon1cJ4oolmV OJ
The latest editions of t tRd the theand Ddzies
and Covenants contain th threvelation t trefe1aUon ggiay ggiayreVelation
revelation without wlthoutllote note or orhut orbut
hut it has been left for forRevelator Ap A ABevelator
Revelator Smoot to give the Wdofcruff Wdofcruffmanifesto WikIrLIZImanifesto
manifesto JWL manifesto ifesto mandatory Value vahieApostle valuez valuezApostle ValueApostIe
Apostle Smoot denies k nles that the itet itetpresidency lizatpresidency t
presidency Dft dency or twelve apoatle or or4lift thja thjaMormon
Mormon church or any part theraJK ttir theraJKor r
or any person 1son therein inculcate in < ulcatetlol or En Encourages 5 5ecarages f ¬
courages ses a belief in the practice pracdcpolygamouI ef efpolygamous f fpolygamous
polygamous cohabitation < How7 Ho about aboutPresident aboutPresident aboutPresident
President Joseph F Smith whj w is I lii l lwith III IIIlug
tag with five wivr Or thoaf th thrstow el his
fellow apostko 3 who are Jivwtt1l Jivwtt1loD1 living with
fioni oD1 two to f3ven f fn vMVf3 Wo v4v o 3 Th church ch chsen chirobsensa
senos 8 Apostle > Heber J Grant ara Qranaotf off offp tp
t qake ke charge of its missions maon in tigtnH tigtnHapd In InR
apd R d proteots prot > tl him from P protfutton protfuttonfor ppIe l futIOft futIOftfor ° uitonfor
for nr pJJnulm6 > yaamiiR fSinsr in ing Is th thi rhif r ejiiuh ejiiuhdtIotra4inr cb cbdiotra > i idf
df diotra dtIotra4inr fouraaine nz pilygamouf pI ga11lu living
AprtFtl Apn tk trnoot nioot admits tla UtatpJIl UtatpJIlga1DOUS tilat pnly pnlygamous oly olygamous >
gamous cohabitation has ha htM htMtfnued b od odtinued 1Ii
tfnued by b smc s mc for a timegbth timegbthago time Stifle WitW de deago
ago h ws w s more definite deftn Ite anti acV acVnowledg aC1rnowldgpd acknuwldgi
nowledg d that th t there > were some 1SCln4Rtn somemen jt jtr
r men en in the i o fnrlh nrrH Whn hr h were heads heoadsof heoadsofpnh of ofpolvsrsjrrr ofpoivaiTriIc
polvsrsjrrr pnh url1 > us f rmPi > > Tni < Pp P p S < nt Smith Smithf Smithaprl
f aprl opr In n My < r ° tVr > t e had of offiriil QifciI offehl
firiil knovledc kron 1E1z of r tOT t beads of ofWl ofWl11rrmus poly polyTimoas polynmnus
Timoas fnrnlipp fnrnlippApostle f f9ri1eApctlp > mU mUUA > =
UA Apostle pn th > Prroof JT1nt rtoos n > not like I > pr or im import 19port report ¬
port of the = = en n nn ° vr r ra3c r at trW the theep UteapFt theapastlec
ep apFt apastlec ptle on The 1 Thntohfr Thl Tbitch tel o o The re repnJr TP TPpt repv
pnJr pv was takn tar from f t I > nT nlftcl81otyan nlftcl81otyanof ritsl clsl orjan orjanof
of h on ohnr rlllrrh h th T rca > p A > jjt t Nes NesRut NrsItu Jey
But Itu it is airrst > f fuivv f1 1 the way waySenator nayenator ay aynator
Senator nator Fmfwt tries tri M tj hide t tit5fet tit5fetthat ff ft fttbat < t
that he s iH apoftl atid nd tt rniWcqM rniWcqMlii i ith
th prJYtin f hi af1 af1JJl1irht area tQaw
JJl1irht > 11 rieht dfls 1i tw twdiroftinn t o odiCftin
diroftinn iiteti r I the t ht I t irt rt r t preFidfncjr preFidfncjrsuit preftdn tiidc nc c1U c1Uuit n 111 111stiit
suit uit 1t C just ju I iI > v < n 11
1 13NVKB TVxn Colo Cob Jan T W 1tllre lire R RI ftu i iT
u I T Anthony a newspaper ne paper wo woman j jman
I man who is well known in infly j j jO
ABy fly O p parts rte of thW t tI e country under the thefceof theme I Iof
f me R fceof e of f OCIoUO PflMy P Uy y Pry was Wlaot shot at twice twiceat tWicekome twiceat
t at at tof home fa this city by an unknown unknowtJonItTH unknowzoedL
Infer I tonight JonItTH oedL Thebullets The DalJeta balleta went wtdj
lo ed the mark mukAwtt markMrg
lof Mrg Awtt Aathny ny answered R ring at bet I
ben about SM tonight tOl Jat and a as I
ffiperlal S al to The Herald HeraldMt > i ir
r Mt Pleasant Jan 10 IOA A crowd of the tBeto theowng f
j I itoong to owng men who went from this city cityWeek j
fUBW Week ek to take position J itioot in the Car ar artion i ijw IW1t
jw tion > n scanty W1t coal fie fieda ds tell stories storiesi I IjjBhicb Ihieb
jjBhicb i hlc hieb throw U1t a little tit tlf lieht ont on onto t the tlWY thewar i iway
way Y things rh inRB are rondu ndudd ttd t ° d in that coon coontry nuntry I Itry
try and show f lOW that t 1 imat il < tilt story told tl l by b blb
the lb h5Lriker3 alrikefo there t ere is not altogether altoge her a aThese i
ttu Theee Voyr n ray that the first firsttf fintCJIat flrntthhtt
CJIat > tf required utre4 of them after the they theyreached theyreached j
reached the camp caIr and had been he < n nO nignet1 as naa j
O a ignet1 to work was that they pur purchastfor purcbast putchaseor
chastfor cbast or sign for f0 40 worth o of tools toolsa tools I Ia Ia
a machine etc tc Then they in CTQ re requhred requtred required
quhred to min the rtrgulati r guiati n 3100 3100Pftupds 3 3SdB 34O1puds
Pftupds of o coal to the ton onethird onethirdpitu j
SdB pitu deducted ded1l te4 for eack e ack and 2240 2240pouttdp 240 240b4p i
pouttdp b4p I being marked against them for fortn <
4 tn After board was a paid at the thend theend
end of the flrsrmotith they the fisrured fi urt > d that
Hf they had worked real hare had l1 d had hartgncd hadd hadgtGd
gncd d lu luJk k and had bton tf > n in uith th tho thobow t1Ibml t tboss >
bow they th wiud flUI he hI tioslh r 1Slh > hl uplc upedollars pIe
dollars ahead and pr pcdhly eiijjy a i coupl elJu eouplTeWd lt f
TeWd behl l Aft Afttr r the first fir t month war warV wafthfY wasot
V ot vCT they calculated they couM earn PitT arn arnfrorn I f
fror 5 25 tft SW t i flt1 trrcanstidered > er nwnj5i lnenl As they hlYefUt65idt i irnnaidered
rnnaidered efUt65idt > rEd that altogethr iyo iittle ttle f fr frthe r rthe j
the th > work ork thy would bf b rtquircii s to L do
Fear Their Country May Maybe MaybeScene ay beSc be beScene
Scene Sc ff of pfH Hostilities HostilitiesMANY Hostilitiest HostilitiesMANY stJlitles stJlitlesMANY
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
I + London Jan 10 IGIt It Is tleegned tleegnedby earned 1
+ 4 by the Asstfdfuad d Prose on the Utehighest thehheSt +
+ 4 behest authority that it has been +
4 4 decided in the event of vrarbe war be between be between 4 +
4 + tween Russia and Japan that thatGerllltUl thatGermany +
+ Germany will 111 maintain a strict strictneutraUty strictneutrahts 4 +
+ neutrality and that t at other mem memberg 4 4
+ berg of the drelbund will ill observe observesimJhtr observeasimilar 4 44a +
4a + similar attitude attitudeThe attitudeThe + f
+ The importance of this decision declionwhich 4 4which f
+ which the Associated Boclat d Press under understands understands 4 +
+ stands will almost immediately irnmedlatel be beannounced b bannounced + f
+ announced in some official manner mannerin mannerIn 4 +
+ in Berlin cannot be easily over ver veregtimate < 4 4estimated
+ estimated I It will in a measure measureensuretbat measureensure + f
+ ensure ensuretbat that hostilities ho will HI be con COJfined 4 4 4fined
+ fined to the tw two powers concerned conernedand 4 4and
+ and it will iII be certain to give a areat 4 4 4great
4 + great stimulus to the t theefforts e efforts which whlehFranee 4 f
+ France and Great Britain are aremaking 4 4 4making
+ making in St Petsrshury Pet nb1trg and andTokio andToklo +
+ Tokio respectively Jn favor of ofpeae 4 4 4peace
+ peace peaeInc1on 4
+ +
+ London Jan Ifc lAt At the Japan JPftnfiIe Japanese +
4 + ese legation l fa on tonight = it was w Still slclthat 4 4 4that
+ that the tk far eastern situation re 4 4
4 mained unchanged unchau J fIlo > fo o news news newsI had hadbeen + 4
+ been I een received ived by the legattoa Ieatle and andj andit 4 +
+ it j t was believed that some days IlYSm 4 4might
+ might m igh t elapse before any develop deveJopmpnts developmonte 4 44m +
4m + monte < > nts occurrwl urpecl as Japan was wassrm 4 4 4still
4 + still considering con cons1derIgber Jde her reply 4 4 4No
4 + No news Iews h hs fs 8 been received at 4 4 4the
+ the legation concerning eo alug the re re reportea 4 4 4ported
4 + ported desn d dejtch tch 1t of trccpy troo S to toKorea 4 4 4Korea
+ Korea + 4 4i
i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i I i iEKIJfG
+ + + + + + + + + 4 4rEJCING + + + + + + +
rEJCING EKIJfG Jaii J ran li 1 f I4dIctIona P Predictions in the thenative thenaUve ther
PEKING r native ores > r that a war is inevit inevitable inevitable ¬
able and immediate te and that thatChina thatChitea
China Chi will eeKtainly eeta I t be involved are arecausing arecaaetDg arecane1ii
causing cane1ii great ttnetsfneas nnss Many Chi Chinese Cliinese ¬
nese f tear ear Jf g asfptftkm ftl9n of the scenes of ofpillage orpUJqe ofptlIwge
pillage nid warder mu which icb made th thyear tM tMYE tbsyear
year ar > 100 1 memorable memorableNumbers DJeQ2 meuornbIeNumber ble bleNumbetl
Numbers of the employes on n the rail railroad raUroa railr0a4 ¬
road roa between bet een e e frcltwaD rchw ng and Shan 5hatliaikwan SlunHawan Shan1latwan >
liaikwan have deserted duert their po posts poststhinking poststhinkingtt ts tst
thinking t thinkingtt that the country traversed by bythe b bthe bythe
the railroad will iJl SbreJ7be Surely be e the scene n ot
the Ji gntiae gntiaeReports t tR SR
Reports R IIiori t1S jfrtyn 0 Manchuria ifJLDe IIU ria are a to the theeffect t theeffev4 e eeffect
effect ttsjt9ie Ii great et 1 military ac activity activity ¬
tivity these r rlw h raHfrQads ntads are brics brii
ing ingtr troop from Ruaete R1I2elaand and the women womenand womenand womena5dckjt
and a5dckjt c cnffiben it Port Arthur and a New NewcawangTiire Newcor1 Newehwgngr
cawangTiire pJJQfljrlng 1 pgozrtnto qrtnSto to leave le n e The
Russian staertjiifat sue nsraL r t 2wchwair has
been calleg cJ1eto to Pat 1irt Arthur for service serviceEvery ervlceery serviceEvery
Every ery s Mkaifl ait SFfor for Japan h 18 carrying earr lng
the t Japanese trim North China Chi who whoQe whobelong be beHmir
lon to tothe the reserves 1IIRrw 1IIRrwTfte reservssaetilorchip
TJ Tfte Jabamssfc oeasorsnip aetilorchip mip of military militaryone mtltt mIrytewfliv ry ryCJtIit9rbttlOr
tewfliv CJtIit9rbttlOr ojijitittr fOr anklnds or orne
lie1c one ne of whch is that Jap ah aht apwitiyiXCotn
t EavjfcibeeTiS j 1an lan lanwitft t PIa PIaWe
We com comwjt1i
witft witiyiXCotn Kefs Xor if through Japan J aP8J1 it is im imposriMe Jm1D unJfJl4II
posriMe to ftblain btafn1i1ibk liable rfew rfewT wfd III IIIl4
T i l4 fd d t to Wreck W eck Warships Vlarsh VlarsMpsLon4onJan ps psLoncowJan
London LoncowJan Jan II lLThe The reassuring reas news newsteat newsthat newsthat
that the tbeJtuS Russian lan war qfcips ips which re recently recently recently
cently left VladivostocK have returned returnedthere returnedthere returnedthere
there is confirmed Cln ed In a Vladisvoetoek Vladisvoetoekdpatrh Vladisvoetockd VIadisvooekdspafrh
dpatrh d pat b recetred rec rec tftd at t St Petersburg PetersburgThe
The dispatch dlsga b asserts rt however that thatonly thatonly thatonly
only the armored l cruiser Gromover Gromoverwent Gromoverwent Gromoverwent
went to o for 0 a couple of days prac practice practce practke
tice the other er strips pC the fleet having haf9gremain hav1gremained I ISpecial
remain remained VIa4II VIa4IISpt VladtVstok VladtVstokSpeetsi
Special Spt > iU di dk dItsbEe peteIMe MtlcHra front Tokio printed printedin p nted ntedin
in this thfBmortI morfcfcftgs newspapers are very verywarlike verywarlike verywarlike
warlike but a41dfttle add IH Utie e or nothing to the theknoWle theknowledge
knowledge knoWle e of f the situation They re reiterate isiterate i
iterate that Japan ha Ia o idea of send sending sendIng sending
ing an uUfagltVftl 1Ilt to Rop R Rasdia RasdiaAnxiety a a aAnxietY
Anxiety w is apparently felt in Tokio Toklofor Toiclofor
for the safety ty of the t e cruisers Niasin tiaz1nand
and K Kactaa which left Genoa Satnr Saturda Satnrday I
day da and ti cmuieotion iOl1 with the depar departure depsrture r rture ¬
ture of which the Genoa correspondent correspondentI
of the IJa1t7 lI the 1IDrnlq give a I
curious c rous story 017 to the effect that an iron ironbar ironbar
bar was foonft f 1 rwl ittsMe the t e ammunition ammunitionhold amlPunltJonhold I
hold of th Ute Ninsin n placed in such a po position poIltion p0sition ¬
sition that tWit ft 4hertclrctiited tho clrculted the elec electrical electrical electrical ¬
trical apparatus a UN with th It is suggested suggestedthe
the object of destroying the vessel al althovi altho attbov1i
thovi tho i there is no evidence to show showthat showthat showthat
that its betas there wai waP > not accidental accidentalNo
No serious eerlo damage was done doneS doneSeoUl doneSeoul
S SeoUl otil dtepatch report the Arrival Arrivalof rrivalL
of ad addltl < Ut < oa a Btuasiaii and Italian Italianmartnea ItalianmarineS L
marineS m8rlntThe tmrec therecThe A AThe I
The Daily Dati Mail Msfls Tokio ebtrespond ebtrespondContmUad ethrespoudContlnsd espond espondcc
ContmUad cc nt D1Qd on Page e 3 I
f PoHy ollY Pry Well We Known Newspaper Newsp pSf Writer Writ r Shot at atTwic atTwici Twice Twiceby Twicei
i i by bv Unknown Man at Her Door DOol1in Dbonx
C x in Ill Denver 0 i
soon as the door was opened a man manfired I Ifired
fired d two shots tots at t her from a pistol ansI attdthen L Lthen I Ithen
then fled fledFor liedFOI fledFcr
For thjepist t the RSt aat Juee f1e Booths bs airs Irs An Anttu AnthJ Anthony
ttu thony > uy b haabesncOnJuCting a 1ttencomlutting b ca cOndutting a weekly weeklypaper weekbpal weeklypaper
paper in 4hl ow city itncf n4 4 site attribute attrl1Juthe attr1butethe attributethe
the sboeUng OOUn to the offenee o e given n by bysonte bY bYonte hiconic
conic article appearing ap ng i fa h her r pcblfca p pubifeatln pcblfcation blfca blfcatitn
tion tionSo
So far farUte the police e have no clue to t the thewouMbe thewouhIbe th 1 1wouldbe
wouMbe murderer m rdMr rd mr
and tbetaUnts the taunts and insults they wouM wouMhave wauWhave I
have to submit t to tiO from the strikers strikersthey strikel8they strlkenthey 3
they Jumped the work and struck out outfor outfor on t tfor
for fextme e on oj foot footTAK3S f fTA1a footTAKIIS
New OtUMi4 aiMfc 4s4ewiiSiept 4s4ewiiSieptl < a > a aD 3e itSjei > b n nI S
I D ef Z Wf aW ariMM tb the > offof offofmandr ofJle of V o omsndertiioMkf H Hmai
mandr msndertiioMkf mai JeTfi5oiitef let pPlt otte UnJlsd Confider Coafedecat
at Vet Veteteni < 4 isswfetio J made vacant vacantby V8cttty vacan i ii
by i y the death d UI of General John J I JI BGordoft Qordoi t I
Bodies of f thfrB8nCkJii Thfihaln ThfrenCIjlimyic ThfrenCIjlimyictimsreFovAd cl iIJYJc iIJYJctimsAre Vc Vcx
tims timsAre timsreFovAd timsreFovAdGRIMES Are AreGRIMES Folld FolldI FolldGRIMES
+ 4W 4WS
KATTLwa Wash Jan 1K i1Tte The day claydevelopments daydevelopJ daydevelopments
S developments developJ in the Meaner H r Cl Cllam CIlam cllant
lam Asaster saiter t 1 are the rrctverr r of ofbodies f 4J 4Jb
b tt bodies 4i of efnt ht Vaore tiore of the Wtlms tits titsthe s t tthe ff ffthe
the CtaUam CIaIJa disaster and the spcarti pt pearsi pearsiIn ra 11 11In
1 in life of W H Grimes one or f the pa pai one paIJMIIAen oneaesgere
i ceagers reported ft drowntd ThirtcOV ThirtcOVbodies Thirtc ThirtcbodI Thirtembodsea
bodies bodI all n told hsv havF been be n take takoatrom from the thewaters t twatWII thewaters
waters of the Strait of Juan Jua a 4e e Fu FuThose FuThose u uonoe
Those recovered Je tciHy tc 1st inefcide inShide de Miss Missi MI8J MI8JLou M t tLouise
i Louise Lou Harris of S SMkane kano Mrs Thomas ThomasL Thorn ThornL
I L L I Sullans of Mount Sicker hi < klr > tos Gaunt GaJlatley GauntJay Gallatl
l Jay y of Victoria Miss be Ethel Oeprote D D proeGf proeGfTacoma proie Of OfTacoma f fTacoma
Tacoma Alexander Alex nder Harvey a deck deekon hand handon hfldon
on the Clallam and three unwenurwomen unidentifiedwomen unidentified unidentifiedwomen
women These are alt at Victoria Yi V ictorIaThe rta rtaThe
1 The Victoria tug Albion on her way ii iiYa t tVancouver fo foVancouver
Ya Vancouver ncouver nicked up the Olaltam M
boat No 1 1 containing xhf remains remainsMine t
3 Mine 18 Diprose and near it the body bodyanother bodyanother bodyanother
another since identified 95 n that of M M Mf MfSalMna
SalMna J JTile i iThe 1The
The body bod of MISs OaHptley Galletli was as foUSl foUSlat fO fOat foat
at Clover Point near D8r Victoria and iq tp tpof
bed bodi of Miss Harris Ham came ashore at BM BMf BelIr Bi5 Bi5con
f con wi HiH IiiI Pllk PllkThe ark irkThe
The bodies of Hluvey KiLne arid three unldom unldomifle unldo unldoIpel unldeut unldeutiteS 4 <
ifle Ipel > women ere found aft ff WIIHl3ead WiWs lilt liltHead
Head n nar ar Vinoria V ttrla All o of the bodidR bOiaeovered bodi bodicovered 1 1covered
covered today toda are those of p e pets petsdrowne4 rd
drowned from the t tb tbree Hfrboate if dJoats w wki wkiwere bMi Ml <
were were lowered IoW1 from th the > Clailim aboui abouioclock aboutjI aboutjIoclock aboutIoclock
oclock Friday lend ty afternoon when heft tt the > e v vsel vsel vm vmsei
sel was wa almost within sight of Netl VietiiSW
they were carried on by the wind windtide 4M 4Mtide i
tide tideThe
The Albion will aatrol the th Vaocoa Va o
island coast for two days day SS She has haschartered haschartered I II
chartered for this purposl purposs and ue ueWill thewill
I will be prosecuted under the directisp dJftCtf directia
the provincial ponce ponceTuys poCtTucs polleeTugs
Tugs Bad SearchThe SearchThe Search SearchThe
The tugs Sea Lion and Richard Ricbardll Richardohs lt ltoke Bfl Bfloke
oke which whi h rendered ren 1f such valuabe valuabesaving aluabl li lisaving
saving service li when the Clailam ailSin ailSinvn wijftt
I dcvn vn concluded their starch arm a arsud vi
Smith L Lopez jpez and San Juan islands Islandsthis islandsthis Jfc Jfcthis
this aftern atternlIu 101 and returned to this thistonight tb tbtonight tbI tbItonight
tonight They found no b bl b4tes dies te1l todp to toThe <
The tug Manters informed the coast rasi rasidents r rdents rdents
dents of th these ae islands and an search parties partieswere par parwere partS partSwere
were formed the islanders Saying iUKt iUKtthey t tthey tirn tirnthey
they would cheerfully patrol tbe beaA beaAand bea beaDd bcaand
and Dd rende any other assistonca in n thwfif thwfifpower th thpower
power Ther can be no ni < bubt 1 > ubt that thatthree thatthree thi ofi ofithree
three of the boats lowered from the ClaA Cia Cialam CIalam
lam capsised ca or or had their occupanfti occupanftiswept occuanlJaswept occuan occuanswept
swept out of them Various survivors are uispositive t tpositive
positive that they saw all three boats at ata ata t ta
a time when none nad a stogie fnUIantOrtm occupantOrima occupant occupantOriniis
Oriniis Ortm the u unzees unexaected survivor VOl w wamong wa waamong s samong
among the test Ja t to leave leavetJae the ClaHatn H Hand Ito Httand Itoans <
and five or six ottoews othi alter being waUi waUiinto wuhed
into the sea m managd Mgs4 to elimb imb uppn the theIrffot thepilot thepil
pilot pil house which wbl h md d been D swept t from fromtre fromUoe fromte
tre deck TJ They 1aey ey were w rescued ufd by the lK
Holyoke And taken tak n to Port FortSMALL To4 To4ye Towieadyesterday
ye yesterday yesterdaySMALL terday terdaySMAll
Three Men en Cause C use Trouble Trou leffy lyJA by bytacking I Itacking
tacking Sisters of Charl Charlw CharIty CharItyinPtttSbtJr CharityT
T w in inPtttSbtJr inPtttSbtJrPtttaburg Plttsburgv PittsburgPtttsburg < fc fcPlttsburgr
Plttsburgr Jan 4UI 19 ItTbn Three e men en creatiH creatiHa
a small riot today in St Caslmers LitM LitMuanian Litltuanlan Lithuanlan
uanlan Roman church by making the dec ¬
laration that Sisters 5 tera of Charity were not notgood not000en neCgood
good women 000en The Men were denounce dEJlOun
by the pastor Rev Father John 8 Sut
keitels as anarchists a ts and he boldly de declared dttelared d dciarcj ¬
clared that they were implicated in tttn tttnplot UIaplot tileplot
plot to assasnate President McKlnlejr McKtnleThe
The occasion lon for the trouble was wa wameeting a
meeting to arrange for work in tbe pare parochial p pehtal pareehial ¬
chial schools of the church The useful usefulness usef usefness usef5lness ¬
ness of the sisters in this work had Jute j i
been praised by one of the speakers what wiMfca w wa
a man In the audience arose aro e and nd said saidWe I IWe IWe
We will not have the sisters itVUfl 1 1are
are not good women and being eucfco au aushould suck suckshould
should not have control of our children i
Immediately there was confusion confosionspeaker n nker T Tspeaker
speaker ker was joined by two Others Othersstanding otbenstAnding othersstanding J
standing In the uew u w they defied ute MB MBof WIllIot mesaof
of the meeting to attack thorn th thA
A rush was < being made ma ie < for the th thr thrmen three tbleemen I Imen
men when the priest told his COB COBtlon congre coligretUrn
tlon to Jet them depart in peace peacemeantime In Inmeanttme 0IiIa 0IiIameantime
meantime a police call had been sent in
from the episcopal epis < opaI residence but whStt whSttthe wneathe wh5 wh5the
the officers arrived the intruders halt
been allowed to depart The Th priest later latersate h htbe lasrsai4
sate tbe disturbance was 88 not raised JIIilledcame raisedcause l lcause
cause of the sisters but because lt the an a aarchists aaarchlst5 ¬
archists bed declared his life forfeited L
The reason for this he is unable to ex explain e ¬
plain He said a band of anarchists e esists eslats
slats In this city and holds regular meet meetlugs
lugs He said he learned this from Law Lawrence L Llf1ce Lawrence ¬
rence Pious a college chum of his in I Rus Russia u Buaala ¬
ala who drew the lot which made him
the choice of the reds to amrder der Prst Pr Prdent
dent McKinley Pious refused to carry carryout CurJout caagyout
out tbe plot and an fled to Mtebisan D wh wheu st
he died Father Fath Sutkeities told toe poBe poBetbat po5that
that he was convinced the anavcfcisra anavcfcisrawere an anwere anw anwwere ttJiPO
were preparing to take his life and aa4t aa4tnight w 1 i inight
night hIS residence is being beillparded < strongtjf1 strongtjf1guarded strt strtguarded
guarded by officers officersFAMOUS officersFAMOUS officersFAMOUS
Springfield Ma Mass Janl0w Jan 1OWIllism 1OWIllismReid m mReid
Reid alias L O Hoffman who whocharmed W Wcha
cha charmed wlt1 witl 8wiDdU swindling thirtytwo botc hotel hotelu
091 ° u of about ItCIOt fro irom the AtJ8htic tO tOthe
the Pacific in l1U 15 and 1e now und undsentence undrn t tsentence
sentence aggregating ten t n years for thee thesoffenses the theeoffenses
offenses 1 broke jail here today under re remarkable re remarkab1e ismarkable
markable circumstances c ee and is still at atlarge tJar atlarge
large largeReid Jar JarReid largeReid
Reid was arrested In San SanJranci francteco co un UQ us usder ¬
der sensational circumstances in Jfuni Jfunifor Jun
1t02 and after a legal batttt was brougto broug brougPto Junt
to Sprl Springfield gfle1d He was senteuce to fou fouyears four fouryears
years and ab months in the CtJnt ceinty Jail jadfor >
for swindling Iwlnd hotels bote here and immediate immediately AtnmedIatecly c
ly sentenced nt d in Boston to live I1v years ears ifl iflthe i ithe iz iztbe
the state prison prisvnGUT prisonl
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4 Sjrecinl S l te t The Herald HeraldPortland HeraldPor 4
4 Portland Por and Ore Jan Ja Jane BxDetective John F Oordano Corda no and Barry Harryv + 4Ford
v + Ford ofjjuj Portland police force are threatening to sue the tte ffi tl Utah Utahfor U Utor +
4 + for Sl99 IOI reward offe offered > d for the arrest and conviction of Nick HnWorth IIrJWOrthfor 4 4f
4 + f for r toe m murder JI1 eT of o aniglit a DightW nigbt walch4Mji a1 At Dayton Utah srnu Iofl5 llH fl flV > years yearsstK y nj njttetectivese3 4 4age +
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4 where he ice t taok Ok jefuge ltuJe uge after fte fkMltl lnf from Utah rtil l t9h h Although they have ave made madeupon madvertd 4
4 sever4grn4b vertd upon the State of Utah for t th ho reward rEwa rd offered they t b y have havehan hwee 4
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