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2 IE l SALT LAKE HERALD FRIDAY FIIDJ Y MARCH 4 1904
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M 1 nr 0 < to the square u uur p ami 24L found fo w1 the thepi uepJ tI
55 pi p were e > panlcurHtkftu panl < lCMnS W6 W6ivn weInn
Inn nd chll chllolrn < lr n wer were rnnnlnc from fromi fromrII
i rII < ir h homps > m > gKnclnR anxfbwMy behind behindirm beIIln4Hm beInd1m
irm al is < they the hurrl hurried d away AU th thlops the thelP theeps
lops lP l ankii > und othr plate pla In n town at atMP atMosPd t tS
S MP > rtospd We could Me ee two great great4umns greatuJftn gretttS
< 4umns uJftn of smoko IflOkf arisingfrom arltd AJIMflJ 1rnm one o oIMttcrlea oC oCI
I S IMttcrlea tterkz and thought they were wereto wereto wereS
S to an fl explosion but It was wa soon aoonnil 80GnrlJ soonS
S > nil ttiat this thL smoke came from the therniTtura theiril theirttr
rniTtura iril < Suddenly the firing 11rIngtoppel 11rIngtoppelS stopped stoppedl
S > l thf th Japanp Ja tlnp fleet fi t began to liteamo team teJflS teamrny
S o rny Ie y It I t ow TMI mm namertd r d about tl the B towi towitijf t to Wu Wut U Ut
tijf t I t an 8 1 fxploelon fxp1 frton had occurred rre4 on l hoard hoardr oar < l lf
r thr th Japunese Taptnrsurifl vonacU vonacUI VPBBelsYuriOK
I YuriOK > urifl urinie the bombardment the wind windv wlDdtfwllrd
v toward t wurd the th t he forts an aol conmaueaUy conmaueaUysmoke oo coweq1ep47mkp eaUY eaUYmnkf
smoke from oar xum InterTerea Int ktterer rferM it with wfthi wnhaim withurn
i aim urn of th Russian R lan gunners It wm wmirn wsx wsxS S SItnro
S irn Itnro Tn > rU d in Port Arthur and believed believedI
I it 4 t the t 11 e JaDHTiese J a JUW had laode l at atTjltiy PM PMTijluy J9t J9tT
Tijluy T JIII and undtht that they wotfd woU 0 4 attackrt attack k P Pbrt Pbrtrtnir rt rtrth1l1
> rt rth1l1 > iur by land landTI Jalldt lemd5T
TI T t oalimen ihmen in Port Arthur had been beeni
i L I1 I into fltO the mflftarr service and n It Itdmo ItS
vi S L iimost dmo imMM Im SmpoIbe IM lbIe for those leaving leavingT Ieayin Ieayiny <
T t their ba bagme sa e taknn down to the thei thertd
i iiiriil oiir rtd station stationHONOBS stationHONORS MatlonIONOBS
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HONORS TO TOS TOCzar KTTEpPATKIN KTTEpPATKINCzar
Czar C = ar Will Make His GroafiGeneral GrGO GrootGencra1 tiGeneral a aHold nField aPielci
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Hold Marshal MarshalMarch Marshali
i S I March 4 cThe The St Petersburg PeteraborgrVtKjndent Pee1Sbat1r Petersburgr
rVtKjndent r Jlondent of the Echo de Im l ara > aayt aaytwhen y ywhm saswhen
when General Kuropatkln stUtte sta for forMi furS
Mi S I far fa ar 1 post on March 12 he will 5 5i up upsT Nt NtT
i sTirliJ sT T Ital train and be accoinnttnU accoinnttnUt
q t if f his hi staff It i Ic reported reportedir reportedpnndent 1JIe 1JIerrpnndpnt
ir rrpnndpnt pondent continue that th thil r rit rlJ
il ij him himVou himv
it Vou v L win return a hId marshal mar hal halTttrf 3Thrc 3 YiTP1
Thrc TP1 re has Jia not been a fleW mar marshal hal in iniii8ia his
iii8ia i 1113 s ia since Count CountTh Gourko GourkoTh Gourkow
Th N Ni w wsky ky Ship yard Is about to be bein beIn beI
in I 1 th t oonBtruettan oon trued ft of ten tenS suhnmrlne suhnmrlnen suhm Ulne Ulnec
< S ± n js b of the Sngltoh ntIeh h type Work on oniioats ont
t I iioats uats Will be pushed with all allf aUTI
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TI Sl i Ilirhln correspondent of the Matin MatinS atln
S v 8 tiii a deUt detachnteat hnie it of Japanese car cavirnmanded C8Tmman41ed carS
S 4 irnmanded by h Ultehenko bas en ent tmld
I t ld a k Mao Iaf Eur Cban South aiaaohur3a aiaaohur3ato lI ftChutSb ftChutSbIns
Ins S to t he Korean 1orent border borderu
u t is A lieged Jwret Jter he heeonti eoiitiHuei H ut utJllane ttS ar arH
S H S Jnfian Japanese tHi have sow 8oWb6en oW be beeit ii 1aAIed < l lvnsan t tnn tflfl
> vnsan nn flfl in their objedfiveHieing ubjidlve heIn AJandkjU AJandkjUi ndu nduS
i S in Korea the iveaXher to cold a atl atlit ZiI ZiIi < l llir
lir it i S r < JH snow Here it te I compnratlvely compnratlvelyin
in fls The Th sea Is still rough at Port PortArthur Portt
Arthur rth5ir t tI 1t
1tRUSSIA RUSSIA IS rA UNITED TTNITEDAnniversary UNITEDAnniversary
Anniversary of the Emancipation of ofthe ofthe
the Serfs Serfsst
st l trsbunc S March X XFtr For the first
4 in 0 I since itH iflti the th emancipation of the saris sertsr
r ix 1 > i iiie anniversary toaay tfJd tOdft was offlcl offlclh offlclhlved
< h hlved > rved throughout th bout the empire ad adLnlal a
14 Lnlal tv rat holMay hollda and with special ser seri ten teni ers
i th thp chnrches ehnrch me newspapers newspapersif newapaper81K
if 1K S < > k tiif tii occasion to review the reforms reformsrviu reformsId reformsr
rviu Id r i SS d 1 bv b Caar Alexander III Illwbo Illwbotrtlkp who whofrik
1 frik of his 11fn di pen freed tr t 2SJOO00IJ 2SJOO00IJrr 3JKK > 0 0larins
rr larins r1ng that the present celebra celebrai
i n r may Tn 1I he regarded as a a turning point pointJr
Jr r r nvsira T ill history hl tory marking marlnu the recogni recogniM
M I r a l wider freedom In national life lifeti
ti 11 iiltzatlon of which Is S not far die dtei dl dlr
1 i if I r Iikd vided the nation properly exerts exertsth
th 11 h ifiunces which have been so unex unexT
T 1 I 1 ily i 1 k united by the th war warT
T h 110 1 MR central market Jfta1k of St Peters Petersliry PetersT
liry T th n1I thisIids Misauds < 311dR stood > in the open air un unri unToj norj
ri joiilng In the chantins of a To Toi leIlm
i virn Ilm
IlmWill Will Model War Types Typess i
s S 5 nil Russh RuSlttn n sculptors have gone to tot
t tar 1a PIS to model war types on the thef theThj
f Thi is beUeved to oe the first at atmii atml1
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mii T d tht th t1 kind kindv
v S tv Tsjaya r < jaya the Russian Bernhardt Bernhardtjo
jo I kolpino near here and pre pnt pr
1 1 t each man of the pontoon de dewhkh deI
I II L whkh l pft ft Koiplno yesterday yesterdayr
r h i fT r eact a canvas o DIIC De g conUtlnliiK conUtlnliiKi
i 5bsyT IITS a shirt a towel and nlinor nlinorT
nl Ir IrT
T g11trnmnt V rnment takes the view Iew that thatTUIMIKB thatTlil thatTtusrSe
TUIMIKB Tlil I84 > Korean treaty tz ty I Ic In direct directlirtiun dlrfftJdidiun directUu
Jdidiun > lirtiun Uu tUft to 11 th tlw AngloJapanese eon eowi eontw
i the Russofrewcn Ru flusFreflCflU ol ren dtclaratJon dtclaratJoni
01 i U ii i irete lIt rtedtn > elln llnK international a aires atlreeI r ri
i tS Tiroclaimln r mc aiming Karons KoreCathai Independ IndepeaKiI IndependUiai
I thai as a it wAS wa tiJMR WH up upa upaI ttd IiIJ IiIJS r rmmit
I S mmit have legal force forceHard fOtCeHard forceflard
Hard HoadlTbr Road For Japanese JapaneselmcUng Japanese1nl1inar Japnesef
f lmcUng 1 nUng of 2900 O Japatese Japa at Son Soniliksin Son Sonr <
r + iliksin kein Bay Korea February Februaryrt 11 11t 1 1S
rt t S i v h Major Ma1or Gen GeIIew r d Pflug chief chieft fII t tf
t IT I r of n c Y TSceW lceity y AhiXieff A erf Is believed believedT
T t L 1 the origin of the recent rc rei
S > > IL i Jaimnese TaJlIt landing at Posslet Possletia
1 i ia l c Cnilred < nshIfT d to be an attempt attemptvu attemptt1Ilk
vu < tritTik the Kusalan udvanee dvan e from fromn
n r li 1 river The Th Japanese e according accordingt accordl accordlTal
t raj Pfinji I flll > have zone K to a point pointn I
n i niuiintaiti flU i ai ti J51SS pass leads to the theit thet
1 it T > it 01 rs t f thy th Yalu eighty miles milesnr mllellIi
S = < t nr Ii I r Mart Iariling hinjr lit that mountainous mountainousi
S i IF f dlar1 i clart by b experts here to be ber
r 11 r fmpi j irn1eslble mpli > KslbU lblp > The absence ab of roads roadsji tOIIdlI roadsWIP
ji iii lI < i will completeiy tyom 4etely upset tho thoplans thoplans thoI
I S plans the only onl good road m mi Inkadinlf hir
i r Lading h through Ping Yang bt btirulv bodrnly inS
S irulv dy in powession poneoaloflof n of the Russians RussiansEUSSIA2J RuulansRUSSIAN Rua1ansRUSSIAN
RUSSIAN PLANS PERFECTED PERFECTEDIffcr PERFECTED PERFECTEDEirer PEEPECTEDEffcr4
Iffcr Effcr4 Will Ba BeIade Made to Check the theJaps theJape theJape
Jape at Yalu River BiverS1 RiverS
S1 S Ptersburg Starch arch ISln Slnc the theurancr UteUTanef theli
li t urancr tf > f the J Japariesa u neB fl fleftt flefttifort IleetI t tj
j I before Sf re Port Arthur the tb Russian Russianriti I Itllne
riti ti < s have l boon en awaiting sax anxth ant
1 V th t h mxt move of th the Ja Japanese Japaneseh > fteMe fteMeII
h cpa ea a Then h is i an Inclination Inclinationi IncHnationi1It
L i i1It o liev > that the Japanese have haveiis haveiwoUt havet
t iis iwoUt OUIUTOI < pd by the failure of ofMUtrto ofIItUk ofS
S MUtrto Jinl j lterb erhaps > ps by b losses lossesiiv loamss 0 IIeSy
iiv y s iir iiiouuced iiiouucedvideut 11I0UU UIUUl1COdavtleit ed edidetlt
videut cvin VtIi from the th thhnlager thhnlagerl1iIfl Knager Knagerilion fr frI1ion
ilion wtnllnjif the 1 Russian die dlsMS dieiii
MS 0 in Tiortlurn Korea that the ther
S r r th1itig h hlkil < < kiiiw the Jai Jalln Japne5e > anese land landi
i ill < > errt frfrtd r r d d and tfcat t tll t heavy heavyie I
n ie hill > Hng brought up the th Yalu Yaluiery YaluI Yalue Xaiuegy I
iery e < f the < he aiuhoriti aiuhoritii < Is Ish
h i > i Id d t ii prevent fir nt a hlorlwite on oni ondM1 onna 181
i iian na 0 raiiroarl la i r inail J twenty new newMII neweli
eli 1 < > f t L 2206 08 feet are being beingi be
i 1 OVJUR VTIg IIR to the heavy movement movementiling mavemtDtII movementNing
iling II iJlIC ni t sk < k carrying < reinforce reinforceS lelnttrwar
S war munitions Mtl tul < commte commtei conimisIuPe mml mmlIIfft
< IIfft > i eastward thre is great greati at att
4 i hat t in Ai bringing back the einp empt
i h ivliol line may be stopped stoppedil
4 il I 11 sidings Idil now bulldln3 buihlm the SUe SUeS au auhOIt
S s hoie 1ioI > to I > able t te keep thft thftm th tht
t > an m fl4 > l in o send nd etev eleYn n trains in ini ip ipr iprtiOIt
i r rtiOIt ftion tiC I Oiiiiy dj I11iI3 I11iI3xk iI iIiJ j
M xk u j < ivlcs hle Iv Its n < from Siberm Slber say 118 that thatiriy thattI thetf
f iriy tI reHiVfs N I ns from the rural ti tiri di41 di41fnl fi4 fi4tt
tt ri < ttm fnl t to < > i hI e much nwe Anxious Hnxiouci nx1ou nx1outhe 1
i the front than the townsmen townsmenV to toinzjrnen toinzjrnenV mfnJ mfnJI
V v V I the latt lathr r are present peesenting Ins irtiy irtiyertli Ithy1 Ithy1trtllitat hy hyI
I < ertli trtllitat < ales of ittn JOn Illness1Z fl0 fl0i 1 1f
< i 1Z vornors f mflr bank bttianee March aiarcha
I < < a decrease of onlja ODI 54JM 400 400Ill 00 00coid
5 coid Ill in band am amcMut amosuisdJto < Htit e Jto lto 11 11CHINA t tCHINA 1k 1kCHINA
CHINA TO REMAIN MBUTltAL MBUTltALT NBUTBAL NBUTBALps BUTRALT
T ps tS > s Sent 2 North rth Merely to Guard Guardthe Gualdthe Guardthe
the Borders Bordersi
i Mar falh < h 5 CNd6cae Oden < e Is not noti 1otily
i I i ily y th thE foreign orE > lgn office to the > re relhat 1 1lat rodiat
> lhat lat China is i on the eve of Juiu Juiuic Juiutlan joiliian
ic < tlan ian in ih 1114 war ar All the advices advicesr
r K d hen indicate thatChina that Chl Ch1ia a pro proobsrvA
0 4 obsrvA her declaration of ofrlity orrlity ofr
rlity r ljtv atil that the Chinese < troops troopsiiorih troo trooiJl1nh troopoh
iiorih h have > instrtirtloiiis Inlltru < UoIS to toI auforce auforceL
L I f iitrallty iitralltyIt IItraIltIt itralit S S1P
It i Authoritatively annunced that thatFr that1rr thatTr
Fr > has not been fe > n approached appro chfd to tors1 toee1
rs1 1 any aIS islands to Rueete Ru la tel er two as asstations astatl4n asr
r stations tatl4n by b the latter yftyen she sheLer sheLcr sheLr
Ler Baltic BaIt fleet f1 t to t the far Iv east eastid eBltI
1 id I 1 Tlussia T UNIht n nake akf a rc request ne t t to thiy thiyit
I IjtW it j t vlll iii be df denied > llI as a such action actionLie
id i Lie Ie regarded as a breach iJ oh of neu neui neuMtT
MtT i T V To show Frances Frah purpose to toiiiii toin toS
S I iiiii in neutral it Is pointed OfiltO8 out that thatsin thatsla thatS
sin S has US a coal depot at VllleCranche VllleCrancher >
r Nice cP but that UwtRu88lan Russian ships shlp8ill shlp8illbt will willbe willS
S be > allowed to use that station as in intiTc Int Int1e
tiTc t of u peace peacUTAVAIi peaceNAVAL S SNAVAL
NAVAL PRIZE PR COURT COUBTCapture COURTCapture COURTS COURTSCapture
Capture of Merchant M IttcrchantSteatners tChant Steainers by the theJapanese theJ theJapanese
J Japanese Upheld Upheldi UphelditsakI
i itsakI Lsaki akl aiarch 1 3 nk 3 3the The he Jlaval n vaJ prize prizeS priz prizdrt
S jn in seasfoJi atSosebo at zt Sasebo yesterday yesterdaya y > sterdayJ
a J eid the lgaty salty of if the capture by byI byHaS bycruAsers
I HaS cruisers of the t raarohant raarohantumcra rchant rchant4me15
5 umcra Argun Mukden lukd m n Michael and an
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Field FItld Marshal MarsljsLOysnia bll Oyama has hRS steadily steadilyrisen Rteadn Rteadnri8en stendilyisen
risen r in the military organization of ofJai of1al8n ofapen
J Jai 1al8n apen > n with Yattmgata and if the latter latterh latterh
h h ii been the emperors righthand man manOyama manOama manlyaina
Oyama lyaina has Ita been his left Like Yama YamaKMIH YamRKalK YamaaLa
KMIH g aLa he began his career in the War Warof Wari VaroC
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of c i the Restoration In 1S72 he was pro prorooted proz prozmoted prooted
rooted m oted m j0rgeneral rl1Aj r eral and sent to toKurojve toEurole touroi
Ps Kurojve P uroi where he spent three years yearsHtudying yearstudying ears earsfltudTltlg
Htudying s military science Returning ReturningIn
In I it 1875 1ST he was made viceminister of ofwar ofwar ofar
war w ar He added much to his reputa reputation reputation reputaioit ¬
tion t by his skilful conduct of opera operations operatlone operaion ¬
tions t ion in the rebellion of the great greatSalgo grea greaSalgo greataigo
Salgo SalgoIn S aigoIn
In 1S79 he h WHS n promoted lieutenant lieutenantgeneral Jleutenantgen lieutenanteneral
gen g general eneral rll1 Two TwoVeers years later he was made mademinister madeJUlnl madeiinSer
minister JUlnl n ter of or war ur In 1S83 he became becamechief l becamehief e me mechl
chief chl c c o of of the U e general staff From this thistime thIsime 1
time t until the outbreak of the war with withChina withhinE
China C hinE he occupied various rlou positions in inthe Inthe inhe 11 11China
the t he cabinet c blnet usu 118U1l jly minister of war warIn warn I
In I n 1S9A Mt O he was 8S made full general generala generalarAnk generalaank a aYamagala
rAnk r then held onlY bj himself and I
Yamagala I amaala When ben war started he was waslooked waslooked wasooked
looked l lt upon as certainly ertalnl as Yamagata Yamagatai
tc t c command one of the t e armies Ac Accordingly AcCOrdlngly Acordfngly ¬
cordingly c h 1iti was as Biven the command commandof
of o f the Second Army Arm of Invasion Be Being B BIg Beng ¬
ing i ng five 1 years l irtJ younger than Yamagata Yamagataand Yamaatand
and a nd more robust rob 15t he proved full fully equal equalphysically equalp1aY equalhyiiea1ly
physically p1aY p leal1Y t 1 the task and nnl conducted conductedRussia conductedRU68ia conductedRussia
Russia andthe and the whalers Nicola and andAlexander andj andAlexnd
Alexander r Other cases are pending pendingAn 1
An appeal w WfiR as s allowed to be taken takenwithin takenwithin takenwithin
within thirty thlrt days daysThe dQ daysThe s I IThe
The Argun b liiff btngIng < bngns tathe to the Chinese ChineseEastern hinose hinoseEastern e eFftt
Eastern Fftt rn Railroad company was cap captured caPtured ¬
tured by byUte the cruisers Sal Yen and Hal HalYen HatTen Ha HaTen S
Ten in the neighborhood of Fusatv FusatvKorea FU8anKOIea
Korea at the outbreak of the war sr Sh Shwas ShuJ Shit Shitwas
was taken to Sasetto on Feb 10 The Theother Th i
other prizes prJz named reached that port portabout portabout S Sabout
about the same time timeKoreans timeKoreans
Koreans ths th Sufferers SufferersSeoul SufforersSeu1 SufferersSequj I
Seoul March 3 3 3The The e Rusjian Ru JIan forces on at atAnju atAiiju I
Anju nJu are compelling the Koreans to sup supply supPlY ¬
ply > 1 them with < I Ui rice fodder and fuel Th ThRussians The TheRulan ThaRussiane
Russians are fortifying An Tung heavtlt heavilyWith heavtltwith I
With the apparent Intention of preventing I
the Japanese Ja fnnn crossing M08 IDII the Yalu YaluThe YaluThe 1 1Im
The commander of a British gunboat l
bringing 1 > < down residents tf of that nation nationality nationality nationaltty ¬
ality from Sang ChOng Ch reports the death deathof detJthof deathof
of Prince Pr1n Yi il Chat Sun a n n8R nephew pbe > w of the
former King kJn and 80 K man who has from fromtime fromtime
time tlm to tfme filled all the hlgJt posts in inNoNeed Inthe Inthe
the k1nom k1nomNo m mNo
NoNeed No Need of a Loan LoanParis LoanParla LoanParis
Paris March h 3 3Tbe The I4berte quotes
Baron Hayatdti the Japanese minister to toGreat toGreat
Great Britain as saying In regard re to the thestatements th thosiatpflt l lIItatts
statements that the United States does doesnot dOfSDOt doesnot
not favor fa the floating of a Japanese e loan loanIn loanIn loanin
In America AmericaPortttnately Ai IncaJrort AerlcaorLneteiy
Portttnately Jrort T we w have no need of a for foreign forPip forelgu ¬
Pip loan as 8 our own financial resources resourcesure rdOU
ire sutOdeat sutOdeatThe suicleatThe
The French Red Cross ocJiy has hi di dicMed dt dtto theided
cMed to send d to Japan besides two ampalgu am ampalgn
palgn pat hospitals a large r iiuantity of ilnen ilnenand jinenand
and clothing for fO the Japines JaplD i 1 Unitjotiee Unit mnotHlMotie UflOVd1cotiee
Motie to Chinese ChineseVladivostok Chinesead1v ChineseVladivostok
Vladivostok ad1v tok SJarcb S LTe The Oll ollce ollce1aesrded < v > hav havplacarded ap
placarded the city dt with notices a in ii iiI iilese
I neae andRusslan and calling lIlIln n the Lit ctomof ctomofto htnt lrnseit < f fto
to betray btotra Japane pplos flpl miimiueraOii in inJap
IbulI eIqthIn Qttrin S S3Pg
Jap in Manchuria ManchuriaVladivostok ManchuriaVladivostok
Vladivostok Man lfarh h TV r ieiii ieiiiof fTI1 fli4t fli4tof t
of 0 2SW JalNUt Japanese te troop < rvirrit j nflt trti t 1
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the extensive campaign campal that resulted resultedin ret retultedIn ultcd ultcdIn
in the capture of the two great Chinese Chinesestrongholds ChinesestrongholdsP hlnese hlnesestrongholdsPart
strongholdsP strongholds Port > rt Arthur and Welhai WelhtIwel Welhaiwel
wel 61 Both positions were considered consideredimpregnable conslder consideredImpregnable d dImpregnable
impregnable impregnableThe
The mathematical precision with withwhtsh withheh withliIeh
whtsh heh Oyama conducted the operations operationsand
and the gallantry with which he took tookredoubt tookredoubt tookredoubt
redoubt after nft r redoubt until finally finall he heswept hesept heswept
swept into the great fortress itself ex excitedthe excited excited ¬
citedthe cited the admiration of experts naval navalandmilitary nayaland navalandmllitary
andmilitary and mlJltar Crossing the gulf of Pe Pechill PechiU Fechili
chill with an army of 30000 men he heswept heswept heswept
swept the Chinese forces out of Wei Weihalwel Wethalwel Weihalwel
halwel with the greatest apparent ease easeand easeand I
and with the aid of the navy cooped up upthe upthe I
the Chinese fleet within the harbor harborwhere harborwhere I Iwhere
where it was quickly destroyed or cap captures capturca captured ¬
tures Oyama therefore returned from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the war full of honors was made a amarfluis amar
marfluis mar uis and promoted along with ylth Ya Yamagta YamagWta Yamagata
magta to the th splfclal ihtIti1 rank Tikof of field fieldmarshal fi fibidmarshal ltl ltlmarshal
marshal marshalAt
At present besides Jiis pfosltlon on the thecouncil theouncn thecouncil
council of war ar he is chief of the gen general genral genera ¬
eral era ral staff For a time timehewas he was in bad badhealth badealth badhealth
health and It l is possible that he may maybe maybe maybe
be unnble to take the attive part In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the field that hedid eight i t years ago agoOyama agoOyama agoOyama
Oyama is noted for his hiSgeniallt geniality his hiscalmness hiscalmness hiscalmness
calmness under trying circumstances circumstancesand clrcumst nce nceand nceand
and his studious studlouscharAct character characterwhich charactcrwhich r rwhich
which arrived at Song Chin Plaksin I ba baon bay bayon y yon
on the northwest coast of Kdfe1 Fob 13
landed l q ed from three steamers escorted by
three warshIps wur hlps at night and m started on ona una ona
a march to Mao Furooiih Furob h South Man Manchuria Manchutia ¬
churia close to t the he Korean or an border borderMission borderMission orderMis5io
Mission of Ruin Russi n Meet MeetSt Fleet PleetSt
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protecting the right Hank ami rear r tthe i ithe
the forces IH Manchuria IAft hurla from 3Itl the Japan Japanese apan apaneM apanme ¬
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Harbin Manchuria March 2 3Prlees aPrim Prices I
have risen 100 per cent here on some ar ¬
tides like condensed milk milkSHOET milkSHORT milkSHORTWAR
SHORT SHORTWAR WAB W R STORIES STpBEBSVilna STORIESYI1 STORIES5rlhm
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foreign affairs is personally l equipping a ai L
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Berlin March 3 3Adnce Advices received r hdre h re
from St Petersburg Peoterab rg today say that nw nworders n tn w worders P Porders
orders have be seat to Admiral WIre AVfrenius WIreflue re renlus
flue to keep HIt sqmtdnrtt dn l in the Red Redsea RedIIeR Retsea
sea for the purpose ul of watching passing passlnWar
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Clienschow Che ow pwnrtacu ce of KufeHeu Xufeh China
announces ihil tU th4 JL t rebellion r t H ten has h broken t
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yesterday yesterdayTolcio Ye8terdayTokio yesterdayTnki3
Tolcio March i General Inauye J uye the i
Japaneee commander at t Seoul S Korea I or8
with the th consent of the Korean gorn ov ovrn rn
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with the proclamatioi procl matJ II of martfal law lawGOID lawII lawGOLD
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New York March 3 3Barlnt Baring Magoun Mag Ia mn ur
Co announce that they will ship
500000 gold to Brenos B To Ayres This Thismake ThlRmakpf1 Thu 4 4makeo
make i a total of 1 l20000 In s < o far en engaged engagd ¬ Sgagd
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J SEPHf 5EPII H F is mm WIU 1IIG Gm TO TOTIE J JI J JI
I I TIE TIE OiEOIfifES OiEOIfifESKCoatlaued ONSEOUENESl ONSEOUENESlCondu
J Jsgrace
KCoatlaued Condu d from Page ag9 One Onedisgrace
disgrace myself m ell I i could OUld not degrade degrademy de dQ dQmy I Ilily
my family
fatnUyAnswer
Answer Shut Off OffDo Off2Do
I
2Do Do tio S you consider consIder it an a abandonment abandonmentof ia do e t tor
of or your family not to maintain mar marriage marrIage marriage ¬
riage relations Mr Tayler asked askedMr askedMr askedMr
Mr Smith faced Mr Tayler and in a alow alow alow
low hut penetrating voice said saidI
I dont like to be impertiment but JutI butI
I should shpuld like you to ask any woman womanwho womaqwho womanwho
who is a wife wifeAt wife wifeAt wifeAt
At that point Mr Foraker and Mr MrBeveridge 1trBeerldge tr trBeveridgo
Beveridge objected bjected and in discussing discussingthe discussingthe
the question both expressed the opin opinion opinIon opinIon ¬
ion that the witness had stated fully fullythat fullythat fullythat
that he h had d violated the laws and that thathe thathe thathe
he had been frank In regard to his ret reasons re resons retSons ¬
sons and finally that the committee committeewas commlttewas
was advised adi d on that subject Mr For Foraker Foraker Forj Forjaker ¬
aker said that after such a statement statementasliad statementas sthtemenashadbeen
as ashadbeen asliad nad been made by Mr 1r Smith It was wasunnecessary wasun Wfl2unnecessary
unnecessary un ecessary y to 0 > ask the witness con concerning concerning concerning ¬
cerning his opinions on the subject of ofgood otgood ofgood
good morals moralsilr moralslr S
ilr lr Hoar moved that t such questions questionsbe
be not allowed at this time but b t it if at ata Atfuture
a future time It was Was found that Mr MrSmiths Mrmlths MrsmIths
Smiths statement was not full and andcoinplete ondcOIJtptete andcoiiplete
coinplete the committee might question questionhim lUeSUOnhim luestiOtthim
him
p Duty of Polygamists PolygamistsMr
Mr Dubois then asked Mr Smith if ifIt ifIt
It It was a5 not understood by those in au authority authority autliority ¬
thority that it was the duty of the thepolygamist thepolygamist thepolygamist
polygamist to continue to provide for forand forand
and support his plural family after the themanifesto themanUesto
manifesto of 1890 1890Mr 1890lr S
Mr lr Smith answered that It was gen generally genorally ¬
orally so understood understoodResuming understoodResuming
Resuming the Inquiry concerning Mr MrSmiths MrSmIths Ir IrSmlths
Smiths personal polygamous relations relationsMr
Mr Tayler asked How many man children childrenhave childrenhave childrenhave
have you had since the manlfestp manifes of of1S90
1890 1890Mr Mr Worthington objected on the part partof partof partof
of the defense and both Senators Bev Beverldge Be Beeridge Beveridge ¬
eridge and Foraker For ker again said that thatthey thatthey thatthey t
they thought as the witness said his hiswives hiswIves hiswives
wives had borne children since the themanifesto themanifesto th thmanifesto
manifesto it made no difference how howmany howman howmany
many man such children had been born to tohim tohim tohim
him himI I contend that It does make a differ difference difCerence dIfference ¬
ence said Mr lIrTa Tayler ler It makes a adifference adIfference adifference
difference how well the fact was ad advertised advertised ¬
vertised that he was violating the law lawIt lawIt
It makes a difference whether it was wastwo wastwo wastwo
two or twentytwo in the effect his ex example example example ¬
ample might have upon others In the thechurch thechurch thechurch
church
Has Five Wives WivesMr Wivesr WivesMr
Mr r Burrows asked Mr Smith if he hehad hehad liehad
had married any an wives W1 es between the thefirst thefirst thefirst
first ami an l the last he had mentioned mentionedduring menUonedduring mentionedduring
during his statement to the commit committee committee ¬
tee teeI I have said Mr Ir Smith SmithHow SmithRow
How many manyThree man manThrec manyThree
Three ThreeThen ThreeThen
Then you t1 have five wives now nowsaid nowsaid nowsaId
said Mr Burrows BurrowsThat B BurrowsThat rrows rrowsThat
That Is correct was the response responseMr responseMr responseMr
Mr Burrows ruled that the question questionobjected questionobjected questionobjected
objected to was in order and directed directedthe directedthe dIrectedthe
the stenographer to read the question questionHow questloHow questionHow
How many children have you had hadsince hadsince hadsince
since the manifesto of 1890 1880Eleven 1890Eleven 1890Eleven
Eleven Children Since 1890 1890Eleven 1890Eleven 18001Eleveji
Eleven since 1390 said Mr Smith SmithContinuing SmithContlnuhag SmithContinuing
Continuing he said Each of my five fivewives fivewi fivewives
wives wi s has ha b6rne b rne me children childrenSince chIJdrenSince childrenSince
Since that time asked Mr r Bur Burrows Burrows Burrows ¬
rows rowsSince rowsSI Since SI ce that time the witness re repeated repeated xcpeated ¬
peated in answer answerI
I rather think he added that one on1of on onof oneof
of them has had three children chUdrenI I could couldtell iouldS ouldteU
tell you a little later laterHe laterHe laterHe S
He said in reply to Mr 11 Taylerthat Taylerthathe TnrJer that thathe thathe
he had attended the dedication exer exercises exercJses exercises
cises at the St Louis exposition and andhad andhad andhad
had been accompanied by b bl his plural pluralwife plqralwife pltralwife
wife Edna Smith by name nameSenator nameenator nameSenator
Senator Smoot moot had been bee with wlththe wlththeon thenif them themon
on hat occasion when the th thqy < had hap been beeiiphotographed beenphotogr
photographed photogr phed In a group groupIn t tIn I Iphotographed
In reply to a question by Senator SenatorSmoot SenatorSmoot SenatorSmeot S
Smoot he said Each of my families familieshas famUl familieshas s shas
has a home of Its own in Salt Lakd LakttCity LakdCity LakdCity
City and comparatively near to each eachother eachother eachother
other Since the manifesto my custom customhds cuStomh L Lhits
hits h s been 1 een to live with my first first wife wifeher a aher aher
her home but I have visited my m othe othefamilies othefamilies
families familiesRoosevelt familiesThosevelt
familiesRoosevelt Roosevelt Met N t a Plural PluralHe PluralHe
1 1He < I
He also al o said replying to Mr Ir Tayler Taylerthat Ta Taylerthat ler lerth
that th t he had been present t at the recep ¬
tion to the president vre ldent at Senator SenatorKsarns SenatorK8arns SenatoKiarns
Ksarns residence residenceat at Salt Lake City Cityand
and that he had hld had on OWt oso of his plural pluralwives L Lwives
wives with him but that the was w wAs s not notthe noi noithe
the one whom he took to St Louis LouisMy LouisattItude Louisty
My ty attitude toward my m wlves wI S Sof was wasof vai vaiof
of general knowledge he said saidSenator saidSenator
Senator Smoots counsel objected objectedhowever objectedhowever objectedhowever
however to the assumption that Sen Senator Senator ¬ I Iator
ator Smoot knew kne all the circumstances circumstancesconnected I Iconnected II
connected with Smiths wives wivesWe wlYesVe wivesWe
We Ve prefer reCer to put Senator Smoot on ontbe on I IS I
the stand and let him tell what he heknows heknows h hknows S
knows remarked Mr Van Cott CottBeing CottBeing
Being ei asked whether hetht > r he had taken takenthe takenthe L Lthe I
the test oath in ISlS before voting Mr MrSmith 1IrSmith MrSmith
Smith hesitated hesltat and his counsel coun el asked askedthat a asketthat ked kedthat
that he be confronted with the oath oathThe oathThe oathThe
The question was wa temporarily temprriy with withdrawn wih wihdrwn withdrawn ¬
drawn drawnSenator drwn drawnSenator
Senator Snator Overman OvcmnDld OvermanDId Did Senator SenatorSmoot Snator SnatorSmot SenatotSmoot
Smoot Smot ever advise adis you to persist In Inyour Inur it 1 1your
your ur polygamous pJygmoue cohabitation cohabitationMr cOlabflton cOlabfltonMr
Mr Smith Smlth1 I think not I have never neverso
so 0 far as I remember remtmbr discussed diS cussed my myprivato ni niprivat
privato prvat affairs atalr8 with him himAr himAr I
Ar the tht apnptlip apnU your our advisors a 3dvIserI YJsr YJsrI
I rcffive advice vice from all good men
I
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not want wat it i to toappenr appear that I am a aspotter aspotter
spotter spoter or an Informer He H added addedIf
If I there is anything I despise depise it Is an anInfamous anInfamouS aninfamous I
Infamous InfamouS spotter spot r and an informer informerMr Inforer InformerMr I Ir
Mr r Worthington WorthIngon objected also but no noattention noattention
attention atenton was paid ldd to the protests proteststhough proteststhough
though Mr Tayler ceased ceaed the questions questionsobjected questionsobjected
objected to He He asked aske however if I Mr
Smith Smit had not claimed claied in 1885 1891 or 1897 1897that 1897that 189 189that
that his wife Llvirla LIYlra was not divorced divorcedand divorcedand divorcedand
and whether he did not claim a part of ofher ofher
her h > r estate for that reason reasonMr reasonrr reaSonitlr I
Mr rr Smith Smih declined declned to answer anwer the thequestion thequeston thequestion
question queston in regard regrd to the te property but butdenied butdenied butdenIed
denied that he had said she a was di divorced dlvotced divorced ¬
vorced
Couldnt Coudnt Object Objec to Roberts EobertsMr lber RobertsMr
Mr r Tayler asked concerning cncerning Brigham BrighamH
H Roberts position po ion as a first firt president presidentof
of the first seventy sventy and asked aske if I Rob Roberts Roberts Roberts ¬
erts was not elected to that high posi position pi piton position ¬
tion ton after he was elected to congress congres
Mr Smith said he could not remember rememberIn rem ber berIn
In answer to questions quesIons by Senator SenatorDubois SenatorDubois SenatorDubois
Dubois the witness wine said Sid Mr Roberts Robertswas Robertswas Robertswas
was elected by the seventy and that no noobjection noobjecton noobjection
objection objecton had been made to his hiE reten retention retenton retention ¬
tion ton in that high position positionContinuing positon positonContnuing positionContinuing
Continuing he said I could not
Contnuing con consistently on onslstenty consistently ¬
sistently slstenty object to Mr Roberts Rob r myself myselfand mseJfand myselfand
and I do not know krow of any member that thatcould thatcould thatcould
could couldThen couldTh
Then Th n you ou place all of the theavent theaventIn seventy
In the same category ctgory with Uh yourself yourselfsaid yourselfsaid our5e1
said ld Senator Dubois DuboisYes DuboisYe DubolsYes
Yes Ye I suppose so said sid Mr Smith SmithNot SmithNot SmithNot
Not All Polygamists PolygamistsDo
Do you mean mean that because all al mem members members mombers ¬
bers of the th seventy sventy are polygamists polygamiststhey polygmists polygmiststhey polygamlatsthey
they could not object to Mr Roberts Robertsasked Robert Robertsasked
asked Senator Foraker ForakerNo ForakerNo
No not at all aUn said Mr Smith SmithYou Smth SmithYou I IYou
You say that when when you yoq place plac your yourself yourelf ur ureltln ¬
self eltln elf In the te same sme category category as the sev seventy seventy sayenty ¬
enty sid Mr FortUtftr1 FortUtftr1That ForQ Fork4rThat
That was Senator Dubois Duboi word ord not notmine notmlresald notmine
mine mlresald said Mr Smith SmithWhen Smih SmihWhen SmithWhen
When you answered you adopted adopte the theword theword theword
word responded Senator Foraker ForakerSenator ForakerSenatorDubol ForakerSenatorDubois
Senator SenatorDubol Dubois went over the ground groundagain groundagain groundagain
again and brought out the fact that thatobjection thatobjecton thatobjection
objection objecton had not been made to Mr MrRoberts MrRoberts MrRoberts
Roberts continuing contnuing In office ofce after it i had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been proved he was a polygamist polygamistPosition polygamist polygamistPosition
Position Positon of Smoot SmootInquiry Smoot SmootInquiry
Inquiry having been made by several severalmembers severalmembers
members of the committee commitee as to t what whatMr whatlIr whatMr
Mr lIr Tayler expected d to prove by b qer certain qertain qertam ¬
tain tam questioning quetoning the latter later said saidI
I expect to prove that Mr Smoot Smootcould Smootcould Smootcould
could not by any possibility posibit have put puthimself puthlm puthimself
himself hlm el up against his associates aocIates in inhis Inhis Inhis
his actions actionsNot actons actonsNot actionsNot
Not even In his vote as a United UnitedStates Unied UniedStates UnitedStates
States senator asked aked Mr Beveridge BeveridgeNo
No o not even eve with his vote as a sena senator senator ¬
tor responded respnded Mr Tayler TaylerMr TaylerMr TaylorMr
Mr Taylor T yl r said Mr Smoot would be bebound bebound bebound
bound to follow folow the direction of the thechurch thechurch thechurch
church not only in spiritual affairs afairs but butalso butal butalso
also al o in temporal things because bcaus under underthe underthe underthe
the definitions defnitons of the church it Is Im Impossible impossible impossible ¬
possible to distinguish dlstngul h between betwe n the thetwo thetwo thetvo
two He would have to obey oby or resign
his apostleship apostleshipMrTayler apost apostleshipMrTayler shlp shlp1IrTaler
MrTayler asked Mr Ir Smith where his hisproperty hisproperty hisproperty
property should go in case of his hi death deathMy deathMy deathMy
My property would go to my m heirs heirssaid heis heissid heIrssaid
said sid he and the th property propert which I hold holdin holdin holdin
in trust for the church would go to tomy tomy tomy
my successor successorPenrose succeorPenrose successorPenrose
Penrose In Polygamy PolygamyHe Polgamy PolgamyHe
He was asked concerning concring the man
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t TI
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S e Chattered hatered hattered and Your Courage Gone Gonea GoneWen GoneWhen
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but butno no more m re from themvthan th rnthait other el elders elder ¬
ders de der of the church churchPid churchDid
1 Did ld thfey th y ever advise you ou todesist todesistfiom to desist desistrtom desistotn
fiom f otn the practice practicexot
1 Xot that I know of ofHas ofS 1 1Has
S Has Mr Smoot visited you ou at your yourresidences yourresidences our
residences residencesHe residencesIten I
< Iten He has s Been o c to my first hrstwiles vifes house houseVhere housewh housewhere
where wh re I Imake make what may be called my myoflloial m myomulal 1
oflloial 0 rfesldence r sidence sidenceAsked I I IAsked
Asked about Taasdale one of the theapostles theapostlcS I
apostles Mr Smith said he knew noth nothIng nothJng nothng
Ing I ng of his present domestic relations relationsBethoughthowevr j
Hethoughthowever that until two wo or orthree orthrtie
thrtie years ago Mr Teasdalehad two twowives twowives twowives I
wives Mr Smith also was asked about aboutApost1e aboutApostle
Apostle John Taylor and he said he is isreputed Isreputed isreputed
reputed to be a polygamist polygamistI
I could not say of my m own knowl knowledge knoledge knowledge ¬
edge edgeHave
Have you the slightest doubt of it itI itI
I havent much doubt of it itAsk ItAfi1f itAketj
Ask Aketj ed where Mr tr Taylor now no Is Mr MrSmith MrSmith MrSmith
Smith said s id he did not know k ow that some sometvetks somee someaeoits
tvetks e ks ago Taylor had been sent to in investigate Investigate investigate ¬
vestigate a tract of land offered the theMormonf theMormons
Mormons and he had not heard from fromhim
him since He had been in Mr Ir Taylors
home in Salt Lake City only once onceApOstles j I
Apostles as Polygamists PolygamistsCo PolygiunistsCould j
Could Co ld an apostle be a polygamist pobgamistwJthout polygamistWithout j
without your our knowledge asked Sen SenatOr 1 1atOr
atOr at r Dubois DubolsNb DuboisNo
1 No sir not unless unle8s he violated the therules tl1eUl theuIp
rules r Ul s of the church and I dont think thinkany thinkany thinkny
any a ny of them would do that thatThen thatnThen thatThen
Then WlY say I think and I sup ¬
pose poseBecause poseB
Because B caus replied the witness I Inever 1n Inever
never n er saw any an of them married to any lln llnwoman
woman womanMr woman11r womanMr
Mr Smith said that Apostles Merrill Merrilland IerrlllaJd Merrilland
and Heber J Grant are reputed to be bepolygamists bejOlySamIsts beDolygamists
polygamists he had seen two women womenwho womenWho womenwio
who were pointed out as Mr Grants Grantswives Grantswlve GrantsiveS
wives l iveS Mr Grant Is now in Europe in inthe inthe inhe
the t he Interest IntetEStof of the church He has with
him his second wife wifeJohn wifeJohn wifeJohn
John Henry Smith is tho witness witnessstated witnessstated
stated s the th husband of two wives wivesHe wivesHe
IHe He Is a a kinsman of mine he said saidand saidand saidand
and I know positively about him himDid himDid himDid
Did you ever advise him to desist
from the polygamous practice practiceCould practiceCould practiceCould
Could Not Object Objectt Objectulneer
Inever I never flld id I could not consistently
do so while I myself was practicing the thesystem thestetem thesystem
system systemMr stetemMr systemMr
Mr Smith was asked about other otherapostles otherapostles
apostles apostlesMr apostles1Ir apostlesMi
Mr Cowley Is he said a reputed reputedpolygamist reputedpolygamhrt reputedpolygamist
polygamist Roger Clausen Is not He Hewas Hewac Hewag
was especially explicit concerning
F M 1 Lyman L man president of the apostles apostlesand apostlesand apostlesand
and in the line of succession to himself
Mr Smith said that Mr Lyman being beingpresent beIngp beingpresent
present p sent should answer for himself but butthe butthe butthe
the committee insisted and he replied repliedthat repliedthat repliedthat
that Mr Lyman was reputed to have havetwo havetwo havetwo
two wives wivesHave wlesHave wivesHave
Have any of these men taken plural pluralwives pluralwIves pluralwives
wives since the manifesto of 1S90 1S90asked 18901asked 1890asked
asked Senator Beveridge BeveridgeI
I repeat said Mr Smith bringing
his hand down on the table with some someemphasis someemphasIs someemphasis
emphasis that since the manifesto of
1890 no man has entered into plural pluralmarriage pluralmarrIage pluralmarriage
marriage with the knowledge or ap approval approval tipproval ¬
proval of the church churchThe churchThe churchThe
The Teasdale Incident IncidentHe
He was asked by Sir Ir Tayler about aboutMarian aboutMarian aboutMarlan
Marian Sooles Teasdale Tea ale deceased who whoIt whoIt whoIt
It was stated had never met Mr Teas Teasdale TeasdaJe Teasdale
dale until 1908 1908Mr 1900lIr 19iMr
Mr Smith Smlthreplled replied that he had known knownthe knownthe knownthe
the lady lad y but that he had understood understoodthat underst90dth understoodthat
that th CMr Mr Teasdale had not known when whenhe whenhe whenhe
he married her that he had another anotherwife anotherwlf anotherwlfq
wife wifeWhen wlf
When your Qur deacons d acons go out ou and make makeconverts makeconverts makeconverts
converts In other lands do they the not notpresent notpresenl notpr
present pr c s6ift the th rIghtfulness of polygamy polygamyas
as a religious virtue virtueThis virtuTh virtueThis
This Th s question was put by Senator SenatorHoar SenatorHoar SenatorHoar
Hoar and was answered In the nega negative negaUve negatire ¬
tire tiveThey UveThe
They The never discuss polygamy Mr MrSmith MrSmlth MrSmith
Smith said unless compelled to do so soto soSte
Ste to meet attacks They donot do not advocate advocatepolygamy advocatepQlygamy
polygamy in any an way wa Indeed the el elders eldrs ¬
ders are instructed not to advocate advocateplural advocateplural
plural marriages at all it is a thing thingof thingof
of the Dast DastMr DastMr
Mr Taylor then asked a ked concerning in instructions inetructions ¬
structions given to missionaries as to tothe tothe tothe
the teaching of polygamy polygamyPolygamy polygamyPolygamy
Polygamy Is Divine DivineMr DivineS
Mr Ir S Smith said the book called calledReady calleduReady
Ready References Is used by b mls mlsslonaries mlsThis miss1onarJes
slonaries This book he said contains containsn contalnrechnpter
n chapter ir on pol polygamy gam7 declaring that thatpractice thatpractice
practice to be divine He said the book bookwas bookwas bookwas
was an old one and he had no knowl knowledge knowledge knowiedge ¬
edge of recent publications The mar marglnal marginal
glnal note on the chapter on polygamy polygamywas 1
was uPoJ Polygamy gamy right in the sight of ofGod ofGod I
God GodMr < Mr Ir Smith added however that the theuse th theue
use u e f this book is f almost entirely entirelyabandoned entirelyab entirelyabandoned
abandoned ab ndoned by b the Mormon elders do doing domlsslonar doingmissionary ¬
ing ingmissionary missionary work The standard standardworks standardorks standardtvorks
works orks of the church he said were the thebpoka thebooks
books taken with them In reply to toquestions toUegtions toquestions
questions < from Chairman Ch lrma Burrows Mr MrSnhith Ir IrSmIUt
Smith said he did not know whether or ornot ornot
not the missionaries take with them themcopies themcopies
copies of the manifesto of 1890 suspend suspending suspendpobTgam suspendInk ¬
Ink polygamy as an order of the church churchMr churchMr
Mr Il Tayler asked how many wives wivesMr
Mr Smith had In 1S90 1S90Five 1890FIve 1S90Flve
Five said Mr Ir Smith SmithPresidents SmithPresidents
Presidents Divorced WifeHe Wife WifeHe
He was questioned In regard to a wife
Livlrla who was as divorced dlvor from f m him himand himand himanti
and died many man years earl before 1890 1890Mr 1890Mr
Mr Smith protested ted that the ques
Uontiwere UQUO were very ver embarrassing and an ansfycred ansycrec1 ansierecl
sfycred sfycredI
I dislike to aroiounee my private and andpersonal andpErRonal andpergonai
personal affairs > I i do It reluctantly and andsolely and801E andsolely
solely 801E > 1 because bl > caUll I am required rt > to do s so > a
by h this honorable JonorablpCommlttfl committee This mat matter mattN mattct ¬
ter is going before the public and I do d
SACRED IMAGE TO TOACCOM1NY ACCOMPANY AC OMP NY RUSSIAN ARMY I
The Ikon that Is to be carried by the Russian army arm in Manchuria Is the themost themost
most sacred of the Kremlins treasures The Th painting represents repre = fttS the Virgin Virginas
as she appeauedto to St Sergius and in accordance accor nc f with Russian RUl lan customthe euntoiuthepicture l lpicture I
picture is covered co vered with precious stones The ikon is the same that accom accompanied aCOQmpanled aeQmpanied ¬
panied Alexis Peter the Great and Alexander I and was with their armies
in every big battle
II I want to tall you what your remedies have done for me Before
taking them I used ed to have a continuous headache would be very dizzy
would have spells when everything everytbingseemed seemed strange and I would not know 9
where I was wasI wasI
0 I went to our ourDCal local doctor He gave me some medicine but it did not
seem to do me any goOd ood but after taking Lydia E Pinkhams Vege ¬
table Compound I began to improve at once
411 U 4 I can honestly recommend your remedies to all suffering women Wom and
advise all to give it a trial triaLuMns MBS HESTBT H BY SELL Van Wyck Wash Washftn
ftn 1 10 fl FE FElT IjUwocannotforihwJthJlfodUCOtho if we cannot forthwith ptodtico the OrJgintI1ettc and
I 85000 ii 1 i I I I J signatures 0 of above testimonials whICh whichwill will prove their abeoluto gen genuLneneS
I I3UUUU uLneneS Lydia E E PJt1hham Medicine Co Lynn Mass Massti
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agement of the Deaeret De eret News eVls and said saidthere slidthere
there was no more m re independent paper paperIn pQver pQverIn
In Utah and that It was not governed governedby
by the church churchTVho churchWho churchWho
Who is the editor he was asked askedCharles askedCharle9 askedCharles
Charles W Penrose answered Mr MrSmith MrSmi MrSmith
Smith SmithIn Smi SmithIn tho thoIn
In answer to other questions Mr MrSmith MrS MrSmith
Smith S admitted that Mr Penrose Is a apolygamist ap apOlygamist
polygamist polygamistIn p ljgamtstIn
In answer an Yer to questions concerning concerningrevelations concerningreve1atIons concerningrevelations
revelations Mr Smith reiterated reitera ted former formerstatements formerstatements Otmr
statements that such icb revelations were wereaccepted wereaccepted wereaccepted I
accepted or rejected rej ted at will that there thereis thereIs
is no restraint upon any member except ex except cmccept ¬
cept his or her voluntary wish He Hesaid Hesaid HesaId
said he did not always obey o1te the revela revelations revelaUonstrom revolatines ¬
tines Uonstrom from God GodOne GodOne GodOne
One can obey or disobey with im impunity lampunity m mpunlty ¬
punity he added addedThen addedThen addedThen
Then that is the kind of God you youbelieve youbellee youbelieve
believe in said Mr Tayler TaylerSmiths TaylerSmiths TaylerSmiths
Smiths Idea Ide of Mormon God GodYes GodYes GodYes
Yes the best kind of God I believe believein
in declared Mr Smith with emphasis emphasisA
A ruling of the chUrch was was quoted qf1 ted in inregard inregard Inregard
regard to the release of duties of ofcer ofcertaln cer certain cerfain ¬
fain members apostles or others othe in inhigh Inhigh Inhigh
high positions in order to perform other
duties and Mr Tayler asked Was it itnecessary ItncceS8ry Itnecessary
necessary for Mr Smoot to get et consent consentto consentto
to run for senator senatorHe senatoruHe senatorHe
uHe He had to get the consent of his as associate assocIate associate ¬
sociate apostles and the first firapre presi presidency pre l ¬
dency denc said Mr Smith In order to togo togo togo
go before the legislature He obtained obtainedthat obtain obtainedthat d dthat
that consent consentWhen consentrhen consentWhen
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When rhen asked If any anyone one else was wasgiven wasgiven wasgiven
given consent to run for office Mr MrSmith MrSmith MrSmith
Smith said no one had asked for such auchconsent suchconsent suchconSent
consent consentAn consentAn conSentAn
An effort was made to show that Mr MrSmoot MrSmoot MrSinoot
Smoot could not act of his free will willbut wllJbut willbut
but Mr Ir Smith declared the t1r ccptJent ccptJentamounted equsentamounted consent consentamounted
amounted to nothing mqre than a re release release release ¬
lease from his duties in the church ehureJf in incape Inca incase
cape ca he was elected electedSenator electedSenator electedSenator
Senator Hoar asked if Mr Cannon Cannonwas Caanonwas Caflnonwas
was given consent to come to congress cong1cssand eongressand 1 1and
and Mr Smith answered that Mr MrCannon MrCannon j
Cannon had never been b n an official of ofthe ofth ofth
the th church and therefore did not re require require require ¬
quire consent consentCase consentCase consentCase
Case of Moses Thatcher ThatcherMr
Mr lr Smith said if Mr Smoot Smo t had hadpersisted hadpersisted hadpersisted
persisted In running for office without withoutthe withoutthe withoutthe
the consent of the church he would wouldnot wouldnot wouldnot
not have lost his official position but butwould butwould butwould
would have been out of harmony with withthe withthe withthe
the twelve apostle The Moses Thatch Thatcher l ler ¬
er Incident was taken up and Mr MrSmith IrSmith 1tlrSmith
Smith said he had remained for many manyyears m many manyyears ny nyears
years ears an apostle of the church though thoughnot thoughnot thoughnot
not in harmony with his associates associa associaHe aseociafeeHe
He remained in that position until fin finally 11na11y finally ¬
ally removed by the apostles Whenasked Whenasked When Whenasked
asked the reasons of the difference differenceof
of opinion between Mr Ir Thatcher T and andthe andthe andthe
the other apostles Mr Ir Smith said there therewore therew therewere
wore w re various causes causesWas causesWas ause auseVas
Was it because he desired to be become become become ¬
come a candidate for United Unft States Statessenator Slatessenator Statetsenator
senator senatorFor senatorFor S SFor
For United Statee senator or some something lIe lIething pething ¬
thing of that kind answered the iIt iItnese tlt tltnes it itness
ness neseThe nesThe nessThe
The expression or something of oat oatkind that thatkind thatkind
kind created amusement among the thesenators thesenators thtsenators
senators present presentMr prc presentMr nt ntIr
Mr Ir Tayler asked concerning James JamesTanner JamiTanner
Tanner formerly formerl pre president ident of the Agri Agricultural Agricul AgrlcuIural ¬
cultural cul urai college of Utah who it was wasstated wasstated wa wastated
stated resigned his position for the thereason thereason th threason
reason that the United nt d States threat threatened threatneel threatened ¬
ened neel to withdraw UP it support on the theground theground tInground
ground that the head of the school was wa
a L polygamist Mr Smith said saidMr saidMrTanner Mr MrTanner MrTanner
Tanner was a polysanilst polysanilstBrighton pcly polyganlistBrigham antlgt antlgtDri3hnm
Brighton City Matter MatterThe MatterThe MatterThe
The recent controversy at Brigham BrighamCity BrighamCity Brighamcity
City over musicians was declared by
Mr Smith to have b been en a tempest In Ina Ina Itta
a teapot and an an4 only a newspaper furor furorto
to connect cO Ded the chur ChurIt < h with a matter matterin
in which it was not interested offi officially olUtally i idally ¬
dally ciallyMr dallyMr tallyMr
Mr Smith in answer an oaer to questions lS by byp
thainnaa Burrows declared be had hadHfomae41 hadprrormed
p prrormed rformea < no polygamous marriages marriagessine marriagessince f fsin
sin since its anywhere Where on earth earthMr earthMr erthMr
Mr Dubote asked If Ij any ef the apos apostles apesties apostles ¬
tles had performed aath Lh a service lSe tt and andMr andMr andMr
Mr Smith saM s1 if they toM had they would wouldhave wouldbav wouldhave
have bav been lined and imprisoned if iffnnd itf iffS
fnnd f fS end guilty and if the charge could be boproved beproved bepioved
proved the offender would ould be excom excommunicated ex extmmunleated < Om OmITunlcated ¬
municated municatedSenator ITunlcatedSenator 41 41Senator
Senator Hoar made another request requestfor requestfor requestfor
for the four books bo k which have been de described de descrIbed descrIbed ¬
scribed by Mr Lr Smith as the standards standardsof
of authority saying In that they wouldbe wouldbe would wouldbe
be needed In considering couai erb the case caseBut caspButu caseBut
But Butu Interposed Senator Dilllng DUUnSham Dullingham
ham 1 1 saopae we can furnish our ourown ouron ourown
own Bibles BlblesrMr Hlwesr HlwesrII BiblesMr
Mr Smith volunteered TOIunt red to supply all ailthe allthe allthe
the volumes himself even the Bibles Biblesif
if the committee desired to have copies copiesof
of that t book bookMormon 1to beokMormon Jt JtMormod
Mormon Marriages MarriagesMr
Mr r Tayler devoted much attention attentiont
t > a disctnelon of the Mormon marriage marriageceremonies marr marriageetemonIes e etlemonlea
ceremonies It was brought out that thatall thata1l thatall
all high officials of the church and alt alttbe al1the allthe
the elders are authorized to marry P Psons pet petSons I IRons
sons and that such marriages are re registered reg1stered registered ¬
gistered in accordance with the state statelaws statelet statelaws
laws let ws on that question questionThe qUeMt1QnThe questionThe
The celestial marriage or the mar marriage earriage 1 1riage ¬
riage for eternity Mr Smith saM was wasone wasone 8 8one
one of the things the Mormon church chulChbEllend
believed In but the practice bad been beenin beeniii en enin
in disuse for twenty yean or wor worThis morIhls inorThis
This marriage was described de as one to tocarry tocarry tocarry
carry two persons through heaven in inhappiness Inhappiness lithappiness
happiness It often was w performed performedwhen performedwhen > d dwhen
when one party was w dead and some sometimes HOmttimes somttimes ¬
times when both parties were dead In Inthat Inthat litthat
that event the relatives of the contra contlating cootratlug t ting
ing parties represented them When Whenquestioned Whenquestioned b 1 1questioned
questioned closely Mr Smith admitted admittedthat adlftktedthat admittedthat
that a man and woman wo both living livingwere Jivingwere livingwere
were sometimes SOI11U married for eternity ofetendtyMr eternityMr eternityMr
Mr Tayler concluded with Mr Smith Smithand SmithAnd Smithand
and the defense will examine the wit witness witne witneen ¬
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