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WiFE TELLS OFA OF OFAbraham OFi
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i A POLYGAMOUS MARRIAGE MARRIAGEAbraham MARRIAGEe
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Mrs Mrsi Fred Ellis liis the th Sensational S Wit Witness e s at thIISIIOotHeariq thIISIIOotHeariqYested the Smoot Hearing HearingYesterday HearingYesterdayMore I f t i
v Yesterday YesterdayMore Yested p YMoreAb More About ut Endowment7 Endowme f t v f t tS J JVr
S 5 f Vr j A Obligations Oblig Obligationss2r tions J I ISpecial r
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4 Washington sh1nton Qac ic il4 14Tot1 l4 Toclhiys To4 tY s hftiring hwin I in the h Smoot moot case cnseQQ t oacupjftd oacupjftdv nl
4 1Q88 than two h 4 urs time but was41ot dfvOhpof3 ddvo1dof Interesting roaturds1 ootur S tt
+ 4 the mOKt en otwn1 of which h was the le recital < IaJ ofn of a sobbln woman Q Qf f h h9w V
+ her husband Ula U gone fmr homo homoIhtIe Wlth fIt 9 djUrposotharrith PUTllOsilorrtiarollqga
+ PIUntlVife plural wife and1tow he had returllC 1 tome Om aj dIed wtth within n a month i
1 afterward mor rnore rnoreThIS I his B detith eflth hast ned in ti e Oinlo op1n1ouslpf f the w1tnes by re
+ v This was a8 the he story story S told told b by Sirs Fred Ellis I s of C Salt Lake City City who 4
+ 4 f
was w the daughter of
Angus Cttnnou
It and married mar IQd Abraham H Cannon
as hte plinal Mjife Willie giving her he festimonyieMrs test1mony rrs Ellis broke down 3 +
4 f
and between her answers sobbed continuously
+ August Lunatroin aiormon apostate over whom
+ to whether he lt w was s aMviiltng counsel disputed as n +
orunwilling or unw lIling witness gave interesting testi testiHe te tl
+ 4
many ot his difference +
with the
apostles of the clurtlh regarding lts ts doa
+ trines He could not agree wtth Apostle Aro tJe Cowley Co wley that words of living
4 f oracles o racJ e priests of the
church were the same as if 1fsp spdken p ken by God him
4 self sel or by his hl angels tLngelaAt i
9 At the th cloSE of t the henringChIlJr an BUrrOws inquired to
as the
+ health ot Record Recorder r Nicholson > n who who frd bedn reported +
1 k + 4 f his hI seriously III since
arrivalln arrival
111 the city CounaellorRichards CounaeUor RIhardsstated stated that
Nicholsons Nlcholson Nhchoisoziscon
r + 4 dlUon < wa Wft8 Jmpr Improving ilng Iug and that his physician thought he might attend nttertdthc s con the f
hearing and testify jfy tomorrow tomorrowTodays
+ 4 Todays Washington Times contains contnlns a lacge photographic t
production
roducbion
4 of 4ormolls Af = + it u
taking the hs
oR OJC the emaowijient house
The photo photowholly
4 + 4 graphs represent the ftgure of a man wenrln vearing > the endowment garments i
which Is nevOr wholly removed from the b body dy dy11 af aL a good Mormon the T
9 9 figure of a man taking the oath of rthe the secontl AnronIc
I priesthood
and of T t
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another taking the oath of the second Melchesedek priesthood J
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garments will be exhibited to the committee T
+ plained pJalnedH and uses ex +
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RI ASHINGTON Dec 14Testlmony 14 Testimonj Testimonjrelating
WASHINGTON V V relating to the alleged polyga polygamous polygamous paygamous ¬ I
mous marriage of the t1telale late Apos
tie Abraham Cannon annon and DUlian Ham
Jill and additional testimony testknoi concern concerniig ¬
ing iig the obligations taken by persons personswho personspaeed
who ho passed through the Mormon en enS ¬
4 S dowment house was offered today in
1 Ihp th investigation Ine tlgntlolJ of the protests ts against againstpnator againstpnato1 againstcnator
pnator Reed R ed Smoot before the senate senatecommittee senateommlttee senateommittee
committee < on privileges and elections electionsTESTIMONY electionsTESTDrONY electionsTPISTINONY
TESTIMONY IN DETAIL DETAILTlural DETAILlural DETAIL1ura1
Tlural lural Wife ofAbraShm of Abrnhnm Cannon on onthe onthe
the Stand
Washington Va htlJtton Dec 514Wheh 14 14Vhe When the Sen Senator Senntor Senflior ¬
ator Smoot investigation was continued
today to 8 George Reynolds R Reynol ynolds ls a high omclal omclalof
of the Mormon church was called to toi torred toS
i S rreft his 1I1 testimony and then Mrs
Trod Jirp Ellis of Salt Lake City was sworn
She he is the daughter of Angus M Can Cannon ¬
non 1011 and married her cousin Abraham Abrahamallnon
Cannon allnon when she was 19 years of age
ihe > he testified that she was Abraham Abrahamannofn Abr Abrahamaiinoiri am amaunodf1
annofn first plural wife jf and that thatwr that1Pr
Ji wr i husband married Lillian Hamlin Hamlinon
on Oh June is 1 1896 He ws at that time timepiif time011f timeOIW
piif of thr th twele apostles Mr Can CanJion CanuFI
Jion uFI according to t thaTivItneas then lbenhad lbenhadthn had hadtVnee hadthree
three thn f wives j n and he told her he intend intended ¬
ed > 1 to marry man Lillian Hamlin He told toldwr
hpr 11 wr > that Lillian ad ad been engaged to tohis tohi tohis
his hi brother David who had died and andshe and8h andhe
she 8h he therefore wanted to marry Abra Abraham Abraham Abraham ¬
ham Mrs Ellis En detailed a conversa conversation converoottUII conversaulII ¬
tion sha sh had with h hr r husband in inVhirh Inhilh inhih
Vhirh hilh she told him she did not think thinkhe thinkhe
he could uId marry inarr Lillian HamHn HamHnjMarried HamnMalTied HamtlnTttarried
jMarried For Time Only OnlyMr OnlyMr OnlyMr
Mr Cannon said he CuJa < > uld marry 111nrr out outtide outt outtid
tide t tid r1 > the state that hp wpuld marry
her for time and she would be Davids Davidswife DafdsHe
wife He for or eternity eternityI eten1ityIold eternityItold
I Iold told him that IC he did marry Lil LII11ai ¬
lian said Id the witness that I could couldtint couJd110t couldtmt
tint live with him when htn the church or orthe 01j orj
j the law wouldnot would ouJd not recognize r nlze his mar marriage marriage ¬
p riage riageMrs riageMrs triageMrs
Mrs EKis EI 1ia I told of the departure of
Mr Cannon C nnon and Miss U8B Hamlin accom accompanied accomanlld accomlanled ¬
panied anlld by President Pre Smith who is said saidto saidto Saidto
to have b performed the marriage cere ceremony cereninny cerenony ¬
ninny on the high seas and of their re return return ret
turn turnThey turnThfY t U rn
They rnThey returiM about July fi 1SC6 ISU Mr Mrfannonwas MrCannon lr lrCannon
fannonwas Cannon waa HI and andded d ded ed about three threetveeks threeteks threeiveek
tveeks teks later laterConfessed laterConfessed laterConfessed
Confessed on Deathbed DeathbedHe DcathbeHe
He confessed on hisdeathbed hIS > d athbed that
he h4 had married Miss lfss Hamlin said
Kirs Mr Ellis and he said I have never neverSad neverad I
Sad ad a well day since I think It killed killedJjfrn killedlim killedtim
tim the witness added sobbingly sobblnglyMrs sobbtnglJMrs
Mrs Ellis could not testify t stlfy from her herown herwn herDWI
own wn knowledge who performed the thereremony th thtprflmony theteremony
reremony between her husband and andVIIss andUlf andItss
VIIss Itss Hamlin and said she had sup supposed suposed supposed ¬
posed osed President Smith had done so s un until until unill ¬
til he testified te Uftecl on the stand here last lastipring lastIpring lastspring
ipring S
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Why She Was Opposed OpposedOn
On crossexamination cr0S8ex inatlon Mrs Irs Bills was wasisked wasasked wasIsked
isked why wh she opposed the marriage marriageBetween mrriageet marriageetweefl
Between et wen her husband and Miss Uss Ham Hamin HamIn Hamin
in She said it was because she he bo bcpved beeved
teved pved the manifesto prohibited such suchnarriages suchl1arriages suchnarriages
narriages She went to President Presidenttmith Presidentmith Presidentsmith
smith mith and asked him if such a mar marriage martiagf marnage ¬
riage > explaining the case hut with withJolding wlthtnJding withfolding
folding the names could be legal and andVas 1U1dla andlas
Vas la told it could not notAttorney notAttorney notAttorney
Attorney Van ran Cott asked kcd the witness witnessthat witnessthat witnessthat
that she meant by saying that she be
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OBJECT OF THE VISIT VISITSpry VISiTSpry VISTspry
Spry and Booth In the East on onBehalf onJ onJBehalf onBehalf
Behalf of New Repub Republican Repubfican Republican ¬
lican Daily DailySpecial DailySpacIal DailySpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldASHINGTON BeraldWASaL HeraldRlAsnNGrON
RlAsnNGrON ASHINGTON GlON Dec 14 14Repre 14RepreeflWV Represen Representative el eltatlve
WASaL WV tative Kowell today tod y introduced introducedState IntroduceaState IntroducedState
State Chairman c arman Spry of Utah to toresident torident toreIdent
resident Roosevelt Attorney Booth Boothif
if Salt a1t Lake City was today admitted admittedpractice adplittedi adnittedpractice
i practice in the United States supreme supremelourt supremeloutt supremekult
lourt Attorney Booth said today todayrlative todaytaUve todaytlative
rlative to the visit of himself and andJhairman andhairman andhairman
hairman Spry to Washington and andto
q w York that the principal object < t was wuso
to examine various v newspaper plants plantsn
n the east and get information and andtotes andates andates
ates of news service with a view to toJio tol tohe
Jio l establishment In salt Lake City of oft ofRepublican ofRepublican
t Republican dally nowspapar Ample Ampleapital Ampleapital AmpletpitaI
apital is available for the enterprise enterpriserrIch enterprisertich enterprisehlch
rrIch hlch If unddrtaken will be pushed pushedtlth lJUshedlth PUShOdtlth
tlth lth vigor vigorSenator yhorSnator vigorSenator
Senator Duboisha Dubois ha secured an 11 allow allowticp a1JowTf allowTcP
TcP for increase In Teage < of pension for Mike MfkeKenton Mikeit
it It5 Kenton Idaho Falls and back pen penIon penIon penIon
Ion of 170 170Dr 1 170Dr O ODr
Dr Amos W V Barber has been deslg deslglated dost dostlattd dosigtated
lated as a member of the board of ex examining exnining cxgoining ¬
amining surgeons for the pension panaionhireau pon pensionturean 1on 1ontureau
hireau at Cheyenne CheyenneSTEAMER ChpyenneSTEAMER CheyenneTEERMINNESOTA
STEAMER TEERMINNESOTA MINNESOTA MINNESOTAARRIVES MINNESOTAt S
t ARRIVES ON THE COJST COJSTSan COAST COASTI
I San an Francisco I a Dec 14 14me 4 The e eIIlnnpso steamor steamorMinnesota steamor1nnesot5a
Minnesota < l the largest Jargt > st vessel ever In Inhe Inhe Inhe
he Pacific ocean arrived hore todayr todayrtorn loda lodatom toda41om
torn Norfolk NorlolkVtl Va on the way ay to SeatJ SeatJje SeatlIe Seat SeatIc
je where she is to enter the service of
1
lieved her husbands last marriage
killed him himMrs himMrs himMrs
Mrs Ems ascribed worry and con cons
science as the > cause of her husband
illness She S he believed eUev d her husband knew
he had broken q ken the laws of the land and
of the o diurch iurch
iurchWallis
Wallis W lis Recalled RecalledJames R RecalledJames called calledJames
James H Wallis YaUls sr who divulged
the endowment house oaths was re
Qalled by Attorney Worthington repre ¬
senting Mr Smoot and said that he
had been telling of these obligations
for several months perhaps a year yea
but he h could uld not remember any names
who Is In Ingathering ingathering
gatheringtestimony gathering teslimJny for the protest protestants protestan protestants
ants an ts
antsMr tsIr
Mr Ir Wallis corrected his testimony testimon
in regard to the oath of vengeance
This oath he now says contains noth ¬
ing concerning vengeance upon Inhab
itants of the earth but Is a pledge to toavenge tOi
avenge the blood of the slain prophets prophetaupon prophetsupon prophettupon
upon the nations nationsThe nationsThe nationsThe
The attorneys a tor eys for the protestants protestantswere
were not nOVTeat1r notread ready to proceed further of
the no norarrhal arrlval of ofwftnesses witnesses who have
been delayed ilelayedoY Jby by storms Thehearing Thel1e rins
waojidjaurriea wau djQurnea until afternoofo <
Sacrifice and Retribution RetributionAt
At j 2 p m August Lundstrom of Salt SaltLake SaltLIlkewas
Lake LIlkewas was sworn sw rn He was born in Swe Sweden Sweden Sweden ¬
den and became a Mormon six years yearsbefore yearsbeCore ears earsbeore
before < foming ming to America He had hadhfld hadhliTd hadh
hfld h 1id high positions In the church both bothin bothin bothIn
in Sweden and In Utah He testified testifiedthat testifiedthat testifiedthat
that he went through the temples In InSalt InSalt InSalt
Salt Lake and Logan He had heard heardthe heardthe heardthe
the endowment obligations taken six sixtimes sIxtimes sixtimes
times he said each ceremony consum consuming consuming consuniing ¬
ing from six to eight hours according accordingto
to the size of the crowd He said saidoaths saidoaths saidoaths
oaths of sacrifice and of retnoutlon retnoutlonwere retrlDutlonwere retrioutlonwere
were administered administeredThe
The whole proceeding was a series of ofobligations ofobUgaUonssald ofobligations
obligations obUgaUonssald said the witness but he hecould heould hecould
could not remember all of them The Thefirst Thefirst Thefirst
first In order he said was wa the law of ofsacrifice ofsacrlfi ofsacrifice
sacrifice sacrlfi e which bound each e8e > h person to togive toglvf togive
give his entire means and talents to tothe tothe tothe
the upbuilding of the Mormon church churchThe churchThe churchThe
The next obligation was that of retri retribution retribution retribution ¬
bution in which each person covenant covenanted ¬
ed and promised to ask God to avenge avengethe avengethe avengethe
the blood of Joseph Smith upon this thisnation thisnation thisnatIon
nation and to teach our children and andour andour andour
our childrens chlldr ns children to do the same sameto sameto sameto
to the eridfpf e Rf the earth The next ob obligation obligation ¬
ligation was S that of chastity
No Longer a Mormon MormonMr
Mr Ir Lundstrom said he remained remalnerl a aMormon aMormon aMormon
Mormon until he found many Incon Inconi inconsistencies inconsistencies
i sistencies In the beliefs taught I Ifound Ifound Ifound
found a weak spot In the Wall and andwhen andwhen andwhen
when I touched it a ahote hole was made that thatwas thatwas thatwas
was big enough to crawl through The Thefoundation Thefoupdatlon Thefoupdation
foundation was Hot sound he said saidi saidThe sakLThe
i The witness had discussed these theseweaknesses the theweaknesses theseweaknesses
weaknesses with officials of the church churchThe churchThe churchThe
The hearing was continued until to tomorrow tomOrrow tomorrow ¬
morrow
Witnesses Prom Idaho IdahoI IdahoSpecial IdahoSpecial
I Special to The Herald HeraldWashington HeraldI HoraldWashington
I Washington Dec 14 14Chartes 14Charles Charles H
Jackson Democratic state chairman of ofIdaho ofIdaho ofIdaho
Idaho reached here today toda He will tes testify testlt testify ¬
tify tlt in the Smoot case relative to th thalleged thalleged thalleged
alleged interference of the Mormon Mormonchurch Mormonqhureh Mormonchurh
church in Idaho politics and possibly possiblymay possiblymay possiblymay
may be called to the stand tomorrow tomorrowWilliam tomorrowVllliam tomorrowWilliam
William Balderston editor of the theHols theHolsStatesma theBoiseStatesman Boise BoiseStatesman
Statesman is expected to arrive her herSaturdayto herSaturdnyto herSaturday5to
Saturdayto give testimony on the same samesubject samesUbject samesubject
subject in the th Smoot case ca
the Great Northern Railway company
The Minnesota has a cargo capacity of ofmore otmore ofmore
more than 20000 tons Though built ex expreasly expreaslj cxpreasly
preasly for or freighting purposes she has haspassenger haspu3enger ha hapassenger
passenger accommodations accommodntl s for 218 first firstclass
class cabin eabl eight secondclass cabin cabinand cabinund cabInand
and 2400 in the steerage She Is 630 6aOfeet 6R0feet
feet long 73 feet beam and 90 feet feetfrom feetfrom
from her keel to the upper up r bridge She Shewill Sh Shwill Shewill
will probably aall from from Seattle for the theOrient theOrient
Orient in January JanuarySUFFRAGIST Januar Januarilia
ilia iliaSUFFRAGIST
SUFFRAGIST HEARD HEARDAsks HEARDAsks HEARDAsks
Asks That Word Mare be Stricken StrickenOut StrickenOut
Out of Statehood Bill 13111V
I Washington V shlngton D Dec C 14 HThe The senate senatecommittee senatetOmmlttec senatecommittas
committee on territories gavo gavea a hearing hoarlngI
today on the statehood statehoOdbUl bill to Mrs 1rs
I Clara Bewick Colby Cotb editor ttor of the theD
Vomans Tribune late of Washington i
D C but now of Portland Ore Mrs
Coby Co by asked that the word male be beistrtcken beatzicken I
istrtcken out of section 2 2 so that thatwomen thatwomen thatvomen
women may be eligible to vQte for dee delegates deegates deegates ¬
gates to the constitutional conven eonventions ¬
tions of the proposedstates She argued ar ed
tbatwomen that women have so shared In the de development deveiopment ¬ I I
velopment of these territories that they theythose I
are outIUed to a voice in selecUng i
those who ar Kr to frame the state legia
latures lj ljlaturcs
tI Q 11 11NEW
NEW FORM SUBMITTED SUBMITTEDWashington SUBMITTEDWashington
Washington Dec Je HRussin Russia has sub ub
milted to this government a new n w form of I
arbitration treaty which that country count is n
willing to negotiate As the th Russian draft I
differs radically mdlcall from that suggested by S
Secretary Hay Ha jt is expected tho nego ¬
tiations vHl require n qulr > pome time timeJEWS timeJBW timeJ5BWS
JEWS JBW PETITION PE REJECTED REJECTEDEllzabethffrad REJECTEDEllzabothgrad
Ellzabethffrad Russia Dec 14 14The The j
town council has rejected the petition of ol
Rabbi Tetkln In ftYor avor of t the qualification i
o CJC ofJys J wsto 1i to O D nartjqlpats a r t fCIPat In munleiHsI I nJ l elec
UqnjSi JYPjS 4 acowd arhwdcjf of Jews Jewsg flUJ pul1de i Ida Id the town tow tow1uiJIlipted I
fuill 1uiJIlipted Tit jhjSipwd tJdthe the mayor m ror and nd a shouted out d Down 1
w1thTt nJilf aCllnlt
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DIES SUDDENLY SUDDENLYProminent SUDDENLYS SUDDENLYProminent Y YProminent
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Prominent Singer Passes Away Awayat
at Midnight MidnightILL MidnightIII
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ILL TWENTYFOUR HOURS HOURSM HOURSLEAVES HOURSLEAVES HOURSLEAVES
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LEAVES A WIFE AND AN SON IN INHENRY INLO INLONDON
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LIENRYS LIENRYSSETONGODDABD SETONGODDARD SETON GODDARD one of ofSalt ofSaItL ofn
HENRY n Salt SaItL Lakes kes best known singers singerspassed singerspassed singerspassed
passed away at twelve minutes minutesafter mInutesafter minutesafter
after 12 oclock this morning at his
home 674 North Sixth West street streetafter streetafter streetafter
after being 111 only twentyfour hours hourswith hourswith hourswith
with pneumonia His sudden demise demisewas demisewas demisewas
was a great blow to his hi family and andnumerous andnume andnumeious
numerous nume ous friends many of the latter
being unaware that Mr Lr Goddard was wasill wasill
ill Coming over from Europe this fall fallhe fallhe
he caught a znlight slight cold and was oiiged oiigedto
to cancel several of his concert aates aatesIn aatesIn aatesIn
In Canada on his way to Utah His Hisindisposition HisIndIsposition Hisindisposition
indisposition was not considered seri serious serious serious ¬
ous however About LLweek a week ago Mr MrxJoddard 1lroddard Mroddard
xJoddard oddard was taken with a slight at attack attack attack ¬
tack cf la grippe and was unable to tofulfill tofulfill tofulfill
fulfill his part p rt of the programme at the theGrand theGrand theGrand
Grand theatre concert last Sunday Sundayevening Sundayeenlng Sundayevening
evening eveningThe eenlngThe eveningThe
The early part of this week the child childof ehildof childof
of Mr Goddards sister Mrs William WilliamWood WilliamWood VUlinmVood
Wood jr was taken III and a physician physiciansummoned physidalsummoned physiciaisummoned
summoned At the time Mr Goddard Goddardthought Goddardthought Goddardthought
thought the doctor might as well exam examIne examInc
Inc his condition white makinit the call < all
The noticed nothing nothI serious seriousand seriousand seriousand
and Tuesday TU J1n morning Mr Goddard Goddarddressed Goddarddrlssed Goddarddressea
dressed to go downtown and arrange arrangefor arrangefor arrangefor
for tho opening of a studio in the Tem Templeton Templctn Ternpleton
pleton block He changed his mind mindhowever mindhoweer mindhowever
however and remained at home That Thatevening ThatevenIng Thatevening
evening the i attack of la tagrippe grippe devel developed developed developeci ¬
oped Into pneumonia which caused the thesingers thesingers thesingers
singers death the following night nightMr nightMr nightMr
Mr Goddard was the son of 0 the late lateGeorge lateGeorge lateGeorge
George and Mary ary Seton Goddard He Hewas Hpwas Hewas
was born In Salt Lake Sept 25 1863 1863He 1863He 1863He
He commenced his musical career in inearly Inearly inearly
early life the natural Welsh talent for forsinging forsinging forsinging
singing showing when he was a boy boyHe boyHe boyHe
He took part In the early juvenile op operas operas operas ¬
eras his first public appearance being beingin beinginSu1Uvans beinginSuIlivansPinafore
in Sullivans inSuIlivansPinafore Pinafore where he took tookthe tookthe tookthe
the part of Dick Deadeye the sailor sailorOn saIlorOn saliorOn
On Nov 71890 7 1890 he was married to Miss MissHattie MtssHattie MISSHattie
Hattie Kerns Three sons were the re result result mesuit ¬
sult of this union Of these the Pruette
13 years old is the only child alive aliveMother alivelIothEr
Mother and son are at tt present residing residingIn
In London
LondonStudied S
Studied in New New York YorkFrom YorkFrom
From 1883 to 18S5 Mr Goddard ful fulfilled fultitled fultilled ¬
filled a mission to Wales In 1892 he hewent bewent
went to New York where he studied studiedfor studiedfor studiedfor
for nearly three years ears under George GeorgeSweet GeorgeSw GeorgeSwet
Sweet Sw et During this period he conducted conducteda
a studio in Jer Jersey y and sang In various variouschurch varIouschurch variouschurch
church choirs He then returned to toSalt toSalt toSalt
Salt Lake where he remained the thegrenter thegreater
greater part of the time as a teacher teacherof
of music He went to Chicago during duringthis duringthis duringthis I
this period and for a month sang In Inthe Inthe inthe
the Castle Square Opera i company company He Hereceived Hereceled liereceived i
received a flattering offer to go on the theroad
road but declined as he was doing well wellfinancially wellflnanclr4hly
financially nanl ny In Utah an Mrs Goddard Goddardobjected Goddardobject Goddardobjete1
objected object to the wandering life IIf of an anactor anBelor anactor
actor He took tO k part in many concerts concertsin I
in the west and was vas it a member of th thI the thefameus
I famcus old Salt Lake Cprtcert Co cert com company company cornpany ¬
pany which toured the country countrybetween countrybetweenDomer countrybetweenDenver between betweenDanver
Denver and nn t the coast with the follow following followIng followlug ¬
ing musicians muslcianscomposJng composing the organ organization organIzaUon organization ¬
ization Mrs rrs Lizzie LlzzeTJ1pa ThfjnaigEdward ThfjnaigEdwardsoprano ThLnaPEdvardsopiano Edward Edwardsoprano
soprano VIoJa Pratt contralto con ratto George GeorgePyper GeorGcPyper GeorgePyper
Pyper tenor H S1 SG S Goddard ddard bass H HSL HS HS
SL S Krouse jrtttno bla Qf > and Willard V llard Welhe Welhevklin Weiheviclin
vklin r rsuc
Successesin suc ssesln Europe EuropeTwo EuropeTwo
Two year pso ago Mr l11GOddard Goddard went ent to toEuropefirstjsj3endlngvt toEurop toEurope I
Europefirstjsj3endlngvt Europe firsFWendlngl shorttime short time in inBerlin InBrlln InBerlin
Berlin then making a brief visit Ioil to toParis toParis toParih
Paris but residing most mOfito of th tb time in incess inEngtond inEngland
England There he mel With great eat sue succe sueceas
cess ce s all the musical critics c ri es giving gh1ilg11lm him himthe himthe t
the highest praise Since January ho hohad hehad I
had seventy engagements engagcmehtsln In London Londonalone Londonalone
alone A few months ago agoij he started f Crr Crrhome fcrhome r
iiome home leaving leaving his ins1 famn f lauuty in1iyJn ni ll1 England EnglandAttr englandAfter diujmiiu I
After reaching reahlu America he journeyed journeyedslowly journeyedslowly journeyedslowly
slowly west through t roueh Canada gIving re recitals reunts
unts He also alsopald paid a visit Hdt to his sis sister sister is ister ¬
ter Mrs Orson A Wool WooHey ley in MP MPGrath 11cGroth MeGmath >
Grath arriving in i Salt Lake takethie the early earlypart earlypart earlypart
part of November NovemberSince NoyenlbcrSln NovemberSince
Since Sln e returning home Mr Goddard Goddardappeared Goddardappeared Goddardappeared
appeared at a concert concertit in the tabernacleNov tabernacleNov tabernacle lbernacleNov
Nov 28 with J J McGlJlIanl 1f M I lt lthni in1 Willard WillardVf WillardVoihe
Welhe Vf l e Arthur Art r Sheplero Shep1erdatd and a Jl the Tab Taborjiajei TabC1J1 TaberpaoJj
orjiajei C1J1 KJhojry 101r On Dec D Dec1 C1 5 ph helsanp sang at IhS IhSContinued t thefirnphim e
firnphim 1 D c concert ncek R tn Inrthq nFth < r aII aIIS aIIContiiued C CConlJ
S < Continued ConlJ ue oh o on 1jb as23 i d z1 ill J
WAR UPON RAILROADS RAt LROADS IN EARNEST EARNESTPresident EARNESTf EARNES1President
f
t I IPresident
President Rdosevelt Roos v velt t Determined That the Powers of the theInterstate theInteIstate thiS
S Interstate InteIstate Commerce Commission Shall ShallBe ShallBe ShallI
I Be Increased
1 1ISHINGTO
r
lSHINGTONfc Dec D c 14Pre3i Pjesiaent PjesiaentRoosevelt ent entRoosevelt entvv
WSHINGTON vv Roosevelt considered o s eed today tda with withseveral withseverat I h hsev
several sev t friends his recbmmenoa recbmmenoation re r bmmentla ctmmenfiatloii < bmmentlalion
lion that lncreaS increased d powers be conferred conferredby conCerredby
by legislation upqri upo the interstate com commerce commerce commerce
merce commission Thpse to wjiom wqm hq he hetalked hetalkedwerenot hetalked
talked talkedwerenot were weienct not onlyjnomberis ont onlY4nOmbcrfi mbcr of con congress congress eongr
gress gr ss but men In inot lnertvalkS otfifer er ivalks j alks of life
TO T all 11 he indicated his h s earnest desire desirethat desirethat desirethat
that action of a definite nature natureaction natureactionthat action actionthat
that would bring results to the people peopleshould peopleshould peopleshould
should be taken as soon as a practicable practicableA
A day or two ago he considered the thequestion thequestion thequestion
question with Judge Grosscup of Chi Chicago Chicago ChIcage ¬
cago Today he discussed it with withJudge withJudge Hh HhJudge
Judge William W Morrow of the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States circuit court at San SanFrancisco SanFrancisco SanFrancisco
Francisco FranciscoBy
By Invitation of the preident a aspecial aspecial aspecial
special committee of the Commercial CommercialTravelers CommcrcIalTravelers CommercialTravelers
Travelers Protective association called calle
+ + + + + + +
+ Toklo Dec 15 noon noonIt It is re reported f 4 ff
4 f ported that the Japanese have havef havesuccessfully 4 4successfuily >
+ f successfully torpedoed the Rus Bussian Russian +
+ sian battleship Sevastopol SevastopolMukden SevastopolMukden +
+ Mukden Dec 14 14Late Late dis dispatches +
4 4 patches received at headquarters headquartersf headquar ers ersfrom +
4 f from Port Arthur by way of Che Chefoo Chefoo Thefoo +
+ foo declare that the situation there thereIs 4 f fIs
+ Is by b nomeans no means as desperate as It Itf + 4Is
+ f Is reported by foreign newspaper newspaperdispatches newspaperdispatches + 4dispatches
+ dispatches The line of main de defense +
45 fense forts is unbroken and there theret theretIs f fis
+ is plenty of ammunition and food foodii +
444 ii + > l LiLiliLlLL t 454 t 4 444 tt + 4 JL + f + + + O tl + L + i + TT V t Ftf FtfT T t T A t A T t + A T + A T TOKIO
OKIO Dec 14 3 p m mThe The report reportof
TOKIO T
of Vice Admiral Togo was re received received mecelved ¬
ceived Tuesday night It Itstates states as asfollows asfollows asfollows
follows followsOommander followsOommander followsGommander
Oommander Kasama commanding commandingthetorpedo commandingthe commandinghetorpedo
thetorpedo the t torpedo flotilla on Monday Monda night at atmidnight I1t1lidnlght
midnight r attacked nttack d the Russian battle battleshIp battlehip
ship s hip Sevastopol lying outside outi1e Poft Ar ArthurA Arthur Arthun
thurA thur The result of this attack atta k has hasot hasiot
L ot been a ascertained certalnedsubsCqU Subsequeiflly Qt1y Qt1ytwo
two t wo toryedo boats b ats under Commander Commandering
lasado attempted several attacks fac fachlg facug
ing l ug the enemys vigorous fire fire The Th Thhockor Theshock
shock hockor of the explosions px > losfons of torpedoes torpedoe5as
vas as felt f lt but the next day the Seva Sevastopol Sevatopal Sevatopol
topol remained In the th same position positionNone positionNone positionNone
None of our vessels was damaged On OnTuesday OnTuesday OnTuesday
Tuesday at 230 oclock oclocklu In the morn mornIng mornug I
Ing l ug another torpedo flotilla under Com Cornnandr i inand
ruander nand 1 Arakawa Araka a attacked atla ketl the Sevtts Sevttslopol Sevttstopol
lopol but the result of this attack att attackwas k kW13
vas not learned I arned In this thl attack attack a shell shellItom shellitom
Itom the enemy enem struck the funnel of ofcne ofne ofCue
Cue ne of oUr our toroodo boats andanother andanotherstruck nrd andanotherstruck another anothertruck
struck the engine room disabling the thevessel thevfssel thevcssel
vessel and sh shl1 lost her freedom of mo mot moton
ton t on and anq anc was towed away by her cccn cccnrtdOs comtadls corntds
rtdOs There were no casualties casualtiesAgain la5ua1UsAgaln casualtiesAgain
Again at 6 oclock on the morning morningof
of f the same day a torpedo flotilla un under under ¬
der command of Commander Sekf at
t rnpted anattatk an attack but was exposed e po cd by I Ithe
the enemys searchlights and blng b lngsub sub ¬
jected to a ahoav heavy fire was unable to toaccomplish toh totecomphish
accomplish h < its purpose purposeSimultaneously urDoseUSimultanecusl
Simultaneously Lieutenant Lleutena Li eutenant t Adochcommanding Adtldtfccmmandfng Adoch Adaclilcemmanding
commanding two torpedo boats ap
1 1 reached the enemys ship and din discharged dincharged ¬
charged torpedoes which were wereseen seen to toexplode ccexplode j
explode > but with what effect is not i
known These attackers were also ex exposed excsed oxrGsed ¬
posed csed to a heavy fire and both were i itit
hit ence and three m men n were ere wounded i iuTh
uTh The commander of o tho naval guns gunsoverlooking gunsoerlooklng i ioverlooking
overlooking Port Arthur reporting at aliO I
10 0 oclock Tuesday Tuesda night flY Todays
bombardment was principally directed directedagainst dlrect d dagainst I Iagainst
against the arsenal and andtCrpedo torpedo store I Ilouse i I
1 louse ouse at Tigers Tall peninsula penln ml3 and the thevefesels thevessels th thvesels
vessels anchored In that vicinity The Thestorehouse Thestvrphouse Tlustorehouse
storehouse was set afire and burned lnN lnNabout illiabout ii I Iabout
about an hour About six shells struck struckthe i
the ships and three thre vessels used for forarious 101 101arlous I
arlous purposes were destroyed One Onet I
t tcok < ok fire and sank The bdmbardment bdmbardmentof b mbardmmtor mbardmty1
of buildings caused serious damage >
The Indirect bombardment of the Se Sevastopol Sevantopol ¬
vastopol has notrbeen not rbeen resumed owhigj
to the inclement weatner weatnerRusstalt > > S
1 S r ty 1yJi Daring s lg Eejb eas r1 r1Russh
Russtalt Russh 1lheadqu headquarters rters at Mukden I l kden 1
on him today to consider his recom recommendation recommendation recoflimeridatlon ¬
I mendation that the thepowers powers ofthe ot t Inter Interstate l ipterstate ter terstate ¬
state commerce commission be ex extended extended ¬
tended so as to enable the th commission commissionto 1
to pass upon questiojis qu suQ stlens s of f railroad railroadfreight llrond llrondfreight ti
freight rates subject only to review raflroay by bythe bythe b bthe y
the courts courtsThe courtsThe
The committeevassured c fumitt assule thepreaidont thepreaidontthai thepre thehpreshloritliat S WJt
thai in the stand he hadtaReri regard regarding regurltlug rttr rttrlug ¬
lug railroad rates he had the cordial cordialsupport cordlnJupport cordialsupport
support qf the 25080 travelers and jobbers job jobbers jobhers ¬
bers which the committee represented representedAt
At the conclusion c of the conference conferenceChairman confereneChairman conferencethairman
Chairman Crandall of St Louis issued issueda
a statement in which he h Said SaidThe iSaIdThe daidThe
The Travelers Protective association associationurges a associationurges soclationurges
urges the adoption of the Cooper CooperQuarles CooperQuarles CooperQuaries
Quarles bill as affording a means of ofutilizing ofutilizing
utilizing the present machinery of the theinterstate theInterstate theinterstate
interstate commerce law as the basis basisfor basisfor basisfor
for a more completesystem complete system to be de developed developed developed ¬
veloped as the need is made apparent
SENDING SENDINGN IN THBIR TH IR TORPEDO BOATS BOATSSeries
Series Seri s of ofAttacks Attacks Upon Remaining Russian Battleship at atPort atPort atDort
Port Arthur ArthurDefenders Defenders Not So Badly Off OffI OffAs
I As Reported
Tec ec 14 HDurIng During the lull in serious serlousJ
lighting J htfng the soldiers enjoy engaging enga Ing in incaring in1arlng
caring feat fe feats u and andwcptoIts exploits The other QherHIght
night volunteers volunt ers went to a Wooded WoodedIrnoll woodedlmon
knoll guarded with wire ire entanglements entanglementsvhich entanglementshich
vhich hich the Japanese Ja 8nesc usually occupy in inhe 1
he day time and Cut ut down wood and andcarried andI
carried < it to the Russian positions positionsFrequently positionsFrequently positionsFrequently
I Frequently volunteers creep up to the theJapanese thef theJapanese
Japanese J panese lines and carry off 100 feet or ormore ormore I InJore
f more of barbed wire The dugouts dugoutsalong dugoutsaiong dugoutsalong
along the front whfch in reality are areI aref aretnderground I
f constructed underground barracks are splendidly splendidlyconstructed I
1 I 1 i
Worth the Sacrifice SacrificeHeadquarters
Headquarters of the Third Japanese I IArm
I Army Arm via Ffasan Dec 14 HThe The Russian
battleship Sevastopol S > vastopol the only Russian RussianI RussianwarshIp
I warship that escaped esCll ed destruction bslng b Jng
1 docked when the other vessels were sunk sunkafter sunkaft sunkafter
after aft r the Japanese captured cl1P ured 2 < J3Metre Metre MetreS
hill escaped from the dock and harbor harbor1at S i
last night and is now anchored under a
j S protecting mountain Some torpedo craft crattare S Sare
I are also outside of the harbor
The tremendous trcm > nclous price pri e in Htf > paid by the theI
j I Japanese for the capture of S66Metre lI tre hill
I has been redeemed bv b the utter destruc destmuctioti
don of the Russian fleet fleetJapanese
Tho Japanese teot t et will now go into intoi
i dock
Port Arthur Exposed Exposed ExposedHoadquarters
Headquarters of the Third Japanese
Army via Fusan Dec W HEver 14Everypart Everypart part of
the city and harbor ot Port Arthur is isvisible
visible from 208Metre hill The streets of
the city pre doserttm and but few aol
dlers are doing patrol duty Many build buildS
Ings have been bet > n burned and others shat S
tered The shelters of the harbor present presenta
a strange appearance with the turrets turretsTnasts turretsmusts turretsulasts
musts and funnels of warships showing
just above thc water There Is not notvesgOi a avegsQl av8sQI
vegsQl afloat In the th harbor The docks docksand docks8Udbpildlngs i
and 8Udbpildlngs buildings on the water waterfront front are torn tornand tornund I Iand
and burned burnedThe burnedThe burnedThe
The Japanese shells search every part partof pllrtot partof
of the city and harbor harborQuiet harborQuiet harborS
S Quiet on the Shakhe Sha1heSt
St Petersburg Pltor bnrg Dec 15 1iiGW1craJ General Saka Sakarorr Sakaroll
roll telegraphs that the li1gl riigttts ts of Dec 13 13and 1 I Iand
and H passed quietly quietlyAppointed quietlyAppointed
Appointed Chief ChiefLondon ChiefLondon
London Dec 15 15A A dispatch from St
Petersburg to a news agency says Vice Vtc
Admiral Bezobrazoff has been appointed appointedChief appointochief > Polnt ld
Chief hief of the marine staff stqtf replacing Vice Vlc
Admiral Wirinus WirinusJapanese WirInusJnp WirinusJapanese
Japanese Jnp nese Advancing
Headquarters of the Third Japanese JapanesiArmy i
Army Arn via lit Fusan Dec 14 HThe The Japanese Japanesearc Jap nese nesearc
arc working their advance on the shores shoresof shore shoreof I Ior
of Pigeon bay ba on comparatively level levelground leveground I
ground against asaln t the thCTh Taiyankow nkow Jdzehan Jdzehanand I zchan zchanand i
and Antzeshan forts arts The approaches lOzehaii to totho tothe ti i >
the fortifications are jasy < S but the forts fortsarc fortsarC forCare tiS S s
arc enormously strong and the near ap
proach will be all the more m re Clfflcult as upS the thesapping thesa til S
sapping sa ping of trenches will have to be done donethrough donethrough donthrough 0
through frozen ground fnoundThe l1oundThe
The naval guns mounted on < m n 203Jletre q >
hill will bo befJbtc able to cover the advance of 0 r
Infantry tr against aza1n t any of the western westernWATER westernWArER westonWATER 0It It 1
WATER FAMINE FAMINEr
r
Columbus O Dec 11 HPro4th Drouth has low lowthe Jower lovered 5
er ered dthe the Scloto river to a low lage und an a 1
the river from which Columbus secures
Us water supply is today tOdaytroz frozen CIl solid I
O UJt rlie ife situation has alarmed Oievfiwater Oievfiwaterofraasan the Ji nter ntetWprki I
wJ Wprki > rf > ofraasan 0trU1 officials 1ffr Lt th superlittodenut0 > iUP rJiHjD4enttto Is
> day d IssuecfV Issued n < atjifngao warping to th thgrpeople people ttf to t 0
hoard their water supply
MRS CHADWICK CHADWICKALMOST CHADWICKALMOST CHADWICKALMOST
ALMOST MOBBED MOBBEDHooted MOBBEDI
+ 0 I FHooted
Hooted agd aj I Jeered Through ThroughStreetsof ThroughStr ThroughStreetsof
Streetsof Str ets of Cleveland ClevelandPOLICE Clevelandt ClevelandPOLICE
4 4POLiCE t
POLICE WERE POWERLESS POWERLESSUP POWERLESSLOCKED
4 4IOCKED
LOCKED UP IN DEFAULT OF OFLEVELAJJD OFBAIL OPBAIL
BAIL BAILS BAILG
4 4G t
LEVELAJJD TELAND Dec 14 14Flvc Five times
G indicted by the United States Statesgrand Statessrand Statesrand
grand rand jury at the exact minute minuteher mIn minlitohet to
her trhin tr in rolled into the station Mrs MrsCassie lIrslassle lUrsCassie I
Cassie L Chadwick came homo to toCleveland toCrevelond
cteelltnd Cleveland this afternoon She was wasgreeted wasIgreeted wasgreed II
greeted with tears hoots and nndhls hisses hIss es by bythe bythe bythe
the crowds that had gathered in the thestation thetation thestation
station when her train arrived howled howledat
at by hundreds gathered in front of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the federal building1 The fast sound soundthat BOund11Jat soundthat
that reached her from the outside world worldas
as it she passed into the stuffy stuff illsmell illsmelling fUsmeUJng lusmellIng ¬
ing office of Sheriff Barry in the ooun oountty counIty oun oun1ty
tty jail was the hoot of derision from fromthe tromUle fromthe
the people massed in front of the door dooruay dooruy doorvay
uay uy She Sh made no attemptto attempt to give bail bailand banand bailand
and after a brief stop in hi the office officeof o omeeof 1ceof
of the clerk of the United States court courtwas courtwas courtwas
was taken to jail She is held tonight tonightJa
Ja a cell in the womans womans department of ofthe oCth ofthe
the th jail and her palatial palatf 1 residence on onEuclid Oftjuclid oniuchid
Euclid avenue of which the furnishings furnishingsiuone furnishingstone
tone arc valuedat valued at 2WQOQ is i occu occujied occufled occutried
fled by b her maid maidWeak muidWea maidWeal
Weak inBoly inBolyHer inBoftyHer
Her courage courage held to the last feat nt her herbody herbQd herbody
body bQd failed her and when she l1e had hadivounted hadnlounted hadmounted
mounted the three flights of stairs lead ¬
lug to the tierof lier of cells where she is to toremain tolmaln toranlain
remain she collapsed utterly and fell fellin fellill louis
in a dead faint But for the aid of
Deputy United States marshals who whoheld whoheld whoheld
held her up and almost carried her heralong heraong heralong
along as she mounted the stairs she shertvor she1ver sherfSer
rtvor would have been able to reach
her cell Breathless paie and stagger ¬
ing she was barely able n 0 Ie to reach a atfhair achair
chair as the steel doo of the womens womenscorridor wonnsorridor womenscorridor
corridor < orridor swung swun upon to receive her herShe 1
She sank feebly into the chair her herell
hffid fell ell backward and but for the thewatoiicils themarshals I
marshals 1ia hals she would have rqlled to the I
floor Water Va l was quickly brought to to11cr
her and In a few seconds she revived revivedand revivedand
and was again a woman of businessSent businessSent business businessSent
Sent For ForRer Her Lawyer LawyerHer LawyerHer LawyerIIcr
Her first request was that her law lawyer lawYer lawyer ¬
yer Sheldon Q Kerruish be sent for fornd forrd forand
and nd she was soon engaged in a con conference COI1flrencc conference ¬
ference with him concerning her de defense defense detense ¬
fense There is small chance that she sheVill sheill sheiI1
Vill ill be able to leave lea e the Jail before
her trial There are now seven indict indictments Indictments indictthents ¬
ments against her he hdrflve five additional additionalcharges additionalcharges I Icharges
charges having been b nhtfd laid against her in inthe Inthc I Ithe
the federal court courtthis this afternoon It Itwould Itwould Itwould
would require surety to the amount of ofa orto ol S Srt
a to least 100000 to give her freedom freedomand freedomRnd freedomand
and there is nobody nobodyill In Cleveland who whowill whowI whcill
will wI ill furnish furish that amount for her She
has herself hr lt no idea ide of o giving bail and andvill ant antwill
will I remain in Jail Jai She has h s the 6ast 6astCQU S t tc t teqli
CQU c l in the place but it i fc not a accii nice nicecell nl nl1ar
cell 1ar nor Or1s is the county CO un JaU 3aUofCu of Cuyah Cuye sra sracounty L Lounty
county a nice Jail n even et J ag Jails J go goTrain goi
S i Train TrnIWas Was Late
Is lrs Chadw Chadviajs s ta14t W8 WftS sc schediled I Ite
tr
to arrive allve at lltSO 10i in n Che L rtiornmg but buti
rOli
it i was three thre hours later tter befdre fde it i
leached Cleveland The Th delay of the
train served but one purpose pur purposethat that tat of ofincreasing
increasing the crowd of curious at the thestation tbestaton
station staton As early as a 11 oclock fcIock there therewere thereWre
were several hundred hunded persons at the thestation thestaton
station staton but their presence preme unns was wa hardly harJ harJjUcaable
Idtlcoable There was inore noe than the theusualnumber
usual usualnumber number of ofpoJcemen policemen present but butr ut utrot
peet
r rot ot enough to excite excitesu9ljlcln suspicion of any
thing tIlng unusual unusual Shortly before 1 oclock oclockthe oclockthe cock cockthe alJ
the train was wa posted on the th bulletin
buletn
board lcard as three hours hours late The news newsof n W8 W8of
of this delay quickly quickly readied rea < hed the burt burtess bul
tess ess es centers center and from frm 1 oclock oclolk on the thefIowds
crowds began b gan to increase Inlra InlraPlatfor
Platform Platfor Crowded Crowded
I ISoon
Soon the platform and d approaches
to t 1 the th thestation station stilon patornM wore throngefl thrnge J and nd more moreIolico moreIoJca
Iolico IoJca were ordered ordeNI to keep clear the thefxlts theExits
cear
exits fxlts from the train trin shed shedAbout he
About 130 Uuiled Uull Satc Slates Marshal MarshalChandler Mahal MahalChandler MarshalChandler
Chandler drove drOe up p to the station ton in Inn
R carriage and an sauntered sunere out on on the theplatform thepJatform thePlatform
platform He said Mrs MrCbwick Chadwiek had lad ladfelegraphed
telegraphed t him lim from Ashtabala AShtbla ukh t3bg askhig g gbefore
lat t itat she be alowed allowed to con consult ult hr coun
sel s d Sheldon Q Ierrulsh Kerrfllsht at the statkl statkm
before b being be ing driven dtIEn to the federal federl build bulldng buJd buildng 1 i
ng The marshal marsha stated state however that thate
he I e would object objet to t any ln consultation consltton in inthe inthe inhe
the t he station stton because of ot the crowd crowdBush I
Bush Ruh of the th Curious CuriousV CuriousAlmost CroU V I I IAlmost
Almost with every minute the crowd crowdgrew
grew In size siz and the patience andvef andveffcctlveneas and6lctl andeZctiveness I
fcctlveneas ctl nes of the th police plee were ere severely sverel severelyaxed I
taxed taxed t Soon it i was wus rumored that the thetmin thetrain
train tlain had passed paed Oollinwood Colnwoo a suburb suburbabout auborbubout suburbtbout I
about i six miles mies out and the police Im Immediately itsmediately ¬
mediately cleared clerd the platforms drove droveback drn drnback drovtback
back from the gates gte the crowd and andformed andformed
formed a line through which Mrs MrsChadwick Mr MrsChadwick
Chadwick chadwlck would have to pass When Whenthe en I
ps
the train finally tnaUy rolled roUe into the station stationthere stationthere I
there was a rush ftdln f ln hefurther t t rther end endf
t < f the the Iron fence fen ee that keeps k eps the crowd crowdf crowdcurious
Jf > f curious from fIQm thetracks the 4zacks tc This mob mb mobbroken I
Kod J q broken brok n through the the police potee swarm swarmed swarme swarmed ¬
ed e ever the fence and through the gate gateupon gte gatenpbn I
upon tp n the tracks so that when the train traincme trin trincfc traincme
cme cfc to a a standstill standsti there were about
1000 100 persons about the cars carsWoman carsWoman < Is
Woman Woxan Shrank Back BackWhen Back BackWhen
When When the train drew into in C the station stationj sttion sttiont
at t Cleveland Mrs lJrst phadwlck caught a aclimpse atlimpse
CldwlCk cag1t
climpse Elmpse of the great crowd which whic whichswarmed
swarmed about the thetrall thetraip train shell e and ad was wasgrouped wasfTouped
grouped ouped on vantage points poJnt on the the1tights thel1gllts
1tights Ight surrounding surrouding the station staton She SheIrst1netively
instinctively flSUnCtVelY shrank shrtt back back into a corner cornerf crBer cornetlf
uf f the drawingroom drawing room and an said saidI sid sidhI
hI I can un not see why all aI those people peopleshould S Sshould I
should be here hereAfter hereAfter ere peope
After Ater the train had been emptied empted of
its it passengers pasengers United Unied States Stat Marshal MarshalChandler Irl
Chandler of Ohio stepped steppe aboard her betcar
car where he W as introdpced to Mrs Mrschadwick rs
Chadwlck who hoasked asked askedthatshd lntrodJcd that atsh she be beten betencut taken L Lctit
cut as speedily speediy as possible and pre precdfded preceded
ceded ded by Emil Emi Chadwick and Freda Fredaite L
Swatrm Swanstrom the nurse the party made
ite j way wa to the platform and ad prty thence thencethrough tbe then t ttFrough 1
through the dense den e crowds to a car carriage carnags ¬
nags f < ge In waiting waitingHoots waitng waitngHoot waitingHootsana
Hoots Hoot Hootsana anoV ad Jeers JeersAlthough Jeersthoughrin JeersAlthoughin
Althoughin Although thoughrin in her own city cit cIt no friend friendiyface friendJi friendlface
iyface Ji face greetedher greeted her at at thecarand the ca and Mrs MrsChadwick MrsCbadvick MrsCbadviek
Chadwick stepped Into her carriage as asif iii iiit >
if ishe t she had been an an entire entre stranger strnger to tothis tothIs t tthis 1
this community As A soon as Mrs Mls MlsCJadlck MrsI
Ciidwlck was recognized by the crowd crowdt erow I
CJadlck
there t ere was a spontaneous spontaneus outburst of ofjeers orj o ojeers I
jeers j ers whistles whistesnnd and shouts shout of coarse coare epi epithet epttheta
theta thet The crowd was W Increased increasd by byethers l lethers y ythers
ethers that that were attracted attract d by the dem demonstration demonstraton dernonstration
onstration onstraton People ran rn from alt al dlrec dlrectlons dlrecUons
tlons and crowded about the central centralfigure centrl centrlf 1 I
figure f re qf the case and not until untI the thepHce tb tbp a J
Police p llce were verecaled called upon could cuJd the oft of
cers rer attemptto nlenlpt attempt to to conduct their prisoner prisonerto prsoner prsonerto pnisoneto r r
to the carriage c carrag rrJag In waiting waitingShouts waftng S
Shouts of Heres the notes and andWheres andhVheres ani 1 1Wheres I
Wheres themoney the moneyT greeted Mrs lri r rChadwick
Chadwick upon her appearance appearnce and nd as a S Sthe s
the U e viclousness of the mob iob dawned dawnedupon 1lwned 2 2upon 1
upon her she seemed med to grow rw faint and itu d dti I
wiivered > y verod as a though abaiiti abeuq to fall if ifsegrned I Isemtcj ti
tu tl It
segrned s jvercd me that t a 1 luZ y Jr > > for or the thf deputy peputYr peputYrlC6nlhOea mar marCOfliihfied
lC6nlhOea COfliihfied on Pige Page J 2
ALCOHOL COSTS COSTSCITY COSTSCITY5OOOOO I ICITY
CITY CITY5OOOOO CITY5OOOOOThis I1500QOO I1500QOOThis
This Ttis Amount Spent In Sajoonsr SajoonsrDuring S SaJobnsDuring Joons JoonsDuring
During the Year Y ar 1904
2142 IS THE PER CAPITA CAPITAUTAH CAPltAt CAPltATA
4 4UTAK t
UTAH TA HAS LIQUOR ESTABLISH ESTABLISHMENT ESTA STABLISBNENT
MENT MNT TO EACH E H 139 PERSONS PERSONSCCORDING PESONS PESONSA PERSONSC
C
A A CCORDING to cum eetinwtes securajlvby securajlvbyThe 3eu securby securbyI afbY afbYThe
I The Her Hor Herald W Salt Sl Lake Lae wilt wDtbla wDtblasnt wiltspent ha e espent
spent snt at th tb4 dose 0 of the te yejr Ye194 Ye194apprximateb yej1Ufi4 yej1Ufi4approximately ISM ISMI
I approximately apprximateb 1560009 SO for fowbiBk fowbiBkwine whisky
I ber wines wine and ad similar sndlr beverages Dnraes Tak Taki Takingt Takjagthe
i ing ingt jagthe tie population ppulaton of the th city cty at 7600 7600this 710u 710uthis 70OOflthis
this means mes an average of 2142 214 for forevery foreer forevery
every eer man woman oman and and child chtd residing
Inside the municipal munlcpJ limits limitsThere lit litThere 11m116There
There are ninetyfour nlnetyfourslons saloons in th thcity thcity the thevIty
city Men familiar famia with wlthfe the business businesssay buslns businesssay
say sy the te average avere receipts reJpts are are 60 a H day dayor dayor dayor
or a total of 4100 each d
10 day Eliminat Eliminating Elmlnat Elmlnating EHznlnattog ¬
ing Sundays on which no JO liquor lquor is issupposed 1Ssupposed a asupposed
supposed to be sold sld there there are 314 314working 3Urking 14 14Working
working rking days day in this thi leap ap year Thl Thlwould ThwouJd Thi3would
would make the total totl sold old during durng th thyear thp thpyer thyear
year yer 1475790 47 7 which wbih is easily esiy brough broughtto broughto
to over I1560IW 1 by quiet selling selng on nnSundays onSundays onSundays
Sundays and by the te sale s of liquors lquors for forfamily forfamiy forfamily
family famiy use useReport ueRepor useReport
Report Repor of Revenue Reven e Collector CollectorThe Colectr ColectrThe CollectorThe
The annual anual report rpr of o Oaited State StateInternal Statl StatesInternal
Internal Intenal ReveDUt Revenue Collector Coctor K l H Cal Callister Callster Calister
lister lster shows that during dubJt the twelve twelvemonths twehemonths twelvemonths
months prior to t June JU 30 11 1SW the total totalcollect totalcolectis totalco1lect1on
collect colectis co1lect1on tons in his district dstict which whichcomposed Is Iscomposed I IcmpO
composed cmpO of o Utah Montana Motla and andIdaho andIeaho andIdaho
Idaho Ieaho were wee 44291978 89i8 Of this ti sum sumthere fum fumthere sumthere
there was collected eUfe in Utofe lta 1210074 1I21OO4In 1210074In 121 < 74 74In
In Montana lOtana 27597396 939 and in Idaho IdaO 44 4 449S5
98508 9 9S5 Utah Uta at a tie tie time tme of o taking takhl tie tielast t telast e elast
last government governt census tMUS had 8 27674 27674Montana 2i6 276749Montana 4I 4IMotana >
lation Montana Motana 243JK9 243 and Idaho 161772 Jij2 popu population ppu ppuJatin populatlon ¬
lationThe Jatin S SThe
The government collects colets 110 a gal gallon galln al allcn ¬
lon lcn on ail whisky whilky and fruit fit brandy brandymanufactured brandymuf8ture brandymanufactured
manufactured muf8ture In this or any other dis district dts tim timtriet ¬
trict trct bat permits prits the t thi shipment fhipet of the theliquor thelquor theliquor
liquor lquor in bond bn4 from the district in inwhich inwhich iTtwhich
which It I is I manufactured IJnuCacture to another anotherdistrict anothtrdisUt anotherdistrict
district disUt and ad the tb tax may be paid pid tvheu tvheuthe whetithe hEl
the liquor liquo te 1 taken ten out of bond The Thetax Thetax Thefax
tax on beer is 1 a barrel the payment paymentof pa ent entof
of which yhch must be b evidenced evidece by stamps stampsbefore stmps stmpsbefore stampsbefore
before the th be b beet r leaves leave the brewery brwelY
There Ther are in Utah one oe fruit fri fn t brandy brandysilry
distillery silry fourteen fourt rectifying reUfyg establish establishments etablsh etablshmets establishmeats ¬
meats mets nine breweries brere iltwentyfour iltwentyfourwholesale t2twentyfourwholesale twentyfour twentyfourwhoe1e
wholesale whoe1e liquor liuor dealer delle 900 D retail retailliquor rtJi retailliquor
liquor liuor dealers deaers ninetysix ninetysi wholesale wbeale malt maltmanufacturers maltmnufacturer maltmanufacturers
manufacturers mnufacturer and ad dealers delers and ad fiftysix fiftysixretail ffysix ffysixretI fiftysixretail
retail retI malt ml manufacturers maJufacturer ami H dealers dealersThis del dealersThis r
This is I at the rate te of one saloon soon for forevery forever forevery
every ever r 307 3j 307i4 persons prss of all ages aes and both bothsexes bothsee bothsexes
sexes see in the state stte as asshown shown Ijjjr i the thelatest thE thelatest
latest government ovemmDt census ensu6 Deducting Deductingthe Datutng Datutngthe
the children chidren 15 1 years 3ers of age and under underof underof
of whom in 1300 100 there were Yere 101888 161g 84360 84360males 8436 84360males
males mles and 73988 79 9 females f male it will wi be befound befound befound
found that in that tat year yer there thee were vre but butiizzo
11380 1310 males mae and a female eale above abve 15 15years 1 1ears lyears
years ears of o age ageSaloon ae aeSaoon ageSaloon
Saloon Saoon to Every Ever 139 Persons PersonsTfee Peon PersonsThe
The Tbe population p ulaUon of the th state sate is now noweatimated no noMm nowestimated
estimated Mm te at MC900 H and if iftii tJiUs estimate estimateis elmate estimategood
is 1 good od there the are at least leat ttJ 12MOO 1pron6 1pron6f 12L persons personsof
of f 16 l years yes aa4 n4 over ov r now uowl in Utah Uth not notonjntn
onjntn tnttr5t By dtddlD tt4 4n thp th 5
saloons sloons saloonsinto into the 135900 le population com composedof conposedui ¬
posedof psed f boys bys and girls who whbhave have a atalnedthe a1 a1tafne aalnedthe
11 talnedthe tafne t t age of 15 years YCrs and of males malesand mal9I maband
I a and a nd females female of all al ages age above 15 years yearsit yearsU yearswilt
I it U will wi be seen teen that tha Utah Uth has bs one resort resortin reerl reerlin resentn
in i n which vinous
vmousspirtuu spirituous and ad malt maltbeverages ma mateverages t tbvtrKges
beverages bvtrKges b everages are ae dispensed dispnsd to every evey 139 of ofsuch ofsuch ofuch
such s population populUon lacking a small sml frac fraction ra raUon rae raeics ¬
ics t Then Ten if all the theapostlox apostles apostJe bishops bishopspriests bishopspriests bishopsriests
J priests p riests elders elder deacons deacones denes deasonesses deasonessesnd os osand fS fSand
jj and a nd members member of the Womens VoesCbrlstan VoesCbrlstanTempere Christian ChristianTemperance Christianemperance
Temperance Tempere T emperance union unon and others who pro profess prnfe proees ¬
1 fess fe f ees noj no to partake pk of distilled distild or fer fermented fermented ferented ¬
mented m ented liquids Uqu4 are ar deducted deucte it wi will bo boseen hrsn hecn
seen sn cn that the number numbr of actual a t1aJ patrons patronsof ptrols ptrolsof
of o f the 900 90 iO saloons slons i is w emaIl tman as compared comparpdto cmparfi cmparfito
to t o the whole holp population Imputatin of the stat statnd statand attnd
and a nd that they must Uhi hit a pretty prety good goodlick goodIrk goodick
t lick Irk l ick and af keep k p it up In orfter orer to enable enablethe pnahlethe enablehe
tt t the he owners of the dram shops sbp to keep
l the thl he wolf olf from frol the door doorThe dr drThe doorThe
The The report repr quoted quot d from shows sho s that in inthree il iiihree
t three thrp states ste tlt that I t constitute cnstute the district districtthere dtstrit dIstrithere
there thfre t < was w f29C2977a m75 paid during thp thpyear thpYfar thesat
3 year Yfar y sat by brewers bwer as tax upon upn b brtr brtrmanuffturecl beer beermanufmtured er ermanufactured
manufactured manuffturecl by them at the rate of ofU
U 1 per J barrel The amount mountMi1d paid on onwhtekyand Cf1whll8ky onwhisky
1 whtekyand whisky and fruit brandy brand manufactured manufacturedin
in i n the district during the year WHS tvts2O742
J 203712 at the rate of 11 a gallon gallonCigars gallonr gallonigars
Cigars r i rs manufactured In the district districtpaid dlstritaid
paid p aid a total tax of 3391575 a157S and to tobacco tob3 toacco ¬
bacco b3 b acco o made from cigar clippings a tax taxof taxof tetxf
of o f 112582 ll2S8Saloons 1125
Saloons in Salt Lake LakeThere LakeThere LakeThere
There are in inSalt Salt Lake City ninety ninetyour
tt four t our saloons saJ DS each paying an annual annualtax annualI
tax t ax of 1SM lO In Biitgham Bin bam there are aretwentythree arptwentythree ar arwentythree
twentythree t in Musray twelve i iSandy in inSandy inSanely
Sandy six and in Forest Dale one It Itwould ItVould Itwould
would seem hat Salt Luke L City is far farahead farahead farahead
ahead of the rest of the statein the thematter thematter theutatter
matter of temperance for dividing its itsninetyfour itsninetyfour itsninetyfour
ninetyfour drink shops into Its 70000 70000population 70000popUlation 70000POPulation
population the proportion of such suchplaces su suchplaces < h hplaces
places wlU be ascertained to be one t teach to toeach Ieach < >
each 744 jHJ 744S persons To high license is isattributed isattributed isattributed
attributed the smaller proportionate proportionatenumber proportionatfnumber proportionatenumber
number of saloons in Salt Lake City
than t in other parts of the state stateIt tateIt
It is not difficult to finda On flud a saloon saloonkeeper saloonIteeper saloonkeeper ¬
keeper who will assert a that the days dayswhen daswhen dayswhen
when a man m n could get t t rich to hi this city rityselling cityselling lt
selling s m g booze and the other ntb r articles articlesof
of commerce usually handled h ndJ d in a Met Metgrocery actgrocery et etgrocery
grocery have passed to return no more moreAlmost moreAJmost moreAlmost
Almost any dispenser of inebriating
drinks will say that there is a living
in lnthe the business bUsl Si and that is all allBig al1Big alLBi
Big Bi Profit P ofit in Whisky WhiskyIn Whis WhisIn
In view of this this theonientIonthe contention the follow following following followlug ¬
ing figures will doubtless proveinter proveinteresting prove inter interesting WintereStIn ¬
esting estingj eStIn eStInA
j A recent report in a Cincinnati paper papercontained paperCOJltaJned papercontained
contained this item The whisky whiskymarket whiskmarket whisk whiskmarket
market is steady and the demand demandfnirly demandfl1irl damandfairly
fairly fl1irl active 1451 barrels barre finished finishedgoods finishedgootis
goods roo s selling upon a baste basof of 124 124That 124That 124That
That is 124 a gallon the tax of 110 a agallon agallon agallon
gallon to be paid when the whisky te tetaken ir3taken istaken
taken out of bond making the price to tothe tothe tothe
the buyer 234 234 a gallon Adding AddJn the themiddlemans themiddlemans themiddlemans
middlemans proflit and freight the thewhisky theVhlsk thewhisky
whisky Vhlsk would cost a saloon man de delivered de delivered delivened ¬
livered i in iwSa1t Salt Lake City 4 fl gallon gallonThis ganonThis gallonThis
This price furnishes a basis from which whichto
to estimate his profits Of Of course he hewill hewm hewill
will sell beer wine cigars and other otherthings otherthingB otherthings
things but to avoid a multiplicity of ofUsures offigures
figures it will be assumed that he looks looksto looksto
to his whisky to pay all tHe expenses expensesof e penses pensesof
of running his place includlngthe buy I Img
tag of more whisky to keep ktDPrbis k p1hfs his stock
from depleting depletingMany depletjngMany depletingMany
Many will doubtless be surprised at atthe atthe atthe
the large sum that a barrel of whisky whiskywill whiskywill
will yield when sojd sod over overasoloon a asaloon saloon bar barIt ar arIt 1 r
It is said that from eighty to 100 drinks drinkscan drmkBcan drinkscan
can be obtained from a gallon nllon of whiff whl whlkJ trhicky
ky in a gentlemans saloon where wherefew wherefew wherefew
few patrons require more than two twofingers twofiners twafingers
fingers at each draught Of course coursewhere apursewhere coursewhere
where Imbibers are determtnod d tQ give givethe givethe givethe
the saloonman and thE barkeep b the theworst theworst theworst
worst of it and insist upon taking tii1dngthrea takIr takIrthree
three fingers eighty el hty drinks Is about aboutas j
as many as a gallon will yield But Butthe Butthe Butthe
the proportion of that class of drinkers drinkersr
is small except In the lower low r classes ol8s of ofresorts ofresorts ofresorts
resorts Whll WhUaln in the better class casseC casseCsaloons of ofsaloons
saloons two drinks drl ks are sold soldfor for 2 2b cents centstwo centstwo centstwo
two bits there must be two persons persousdrinkIng personsdrinking
drinking on one order to tog get tthe the cut cutrate cutrate
rate When a solitary man seeks to toquen toquenCh
quench quen h his thirst with a lone lon drink he hepaysUj hppaJj Itopa
paysUj pa 4 ients Averaging the twofor twoforao tVofora tto for foraquarter
ao a aquarter mrter a and nd the straight Slral ht 15cent 15NmtContInued 15centContinued
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