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NICHOLSONS MEMORY Y WA WAAPPARENTLY WAS WASAPPARENTLY
2 APPARENTLY DEFECTIVRecord DEFECTIVE DEFECTIVERecord
Record Keeper of the Temple on on the Stand inVvashington in inWashington in inWashington
Washington WashingtonLundstrpm Washingtone I
e 1 j
Lundstrpm Lu strp Recalled Recalledand and Testimony Given Concerning the Gar Garment Gari Garment ¬ S
i f to
ment Worn by Those Who Have Gone Through Throughv Thro g gt
v t the Endowment Endowm nt Ceremony Ceremonyx f fe fSJeclal
e
x Special t > The Herald He nld 4
t + W AI 7 ASHINGTON Dec 15 15Todays Todays hearing in the Smoot moot case was wasbrief wasbrief I 4
yy brief but frulttul John W V Lundstrom Lundstromho who was recalled rocaJd proved provedone provedon provedone
+ one on of the most Intelligent witnesses w before the committee committee and andof +
+ + he bas given very clear and Important testimony relative tf tfl the doctrines t
of the Mormon church endowment oaths and assumption a of temporal
+ power by apostles and other church chur h leaders
+ f 1
Some laughter was vas as caused used by b the witness description of fhls f his experi
4 r ences enco after he had renounced Mormonism atidv ahddellvered delivered his lectures in +
+ the winter of 10011902 in Salt Lake IoJ < e He was waS asisked asked how the Mormons
+ treated him after that and replied r p1fed in mournful tone They used to call i
+ f me liar liarAttorney liarAttorney liarAttorney
+ Attorney Worthington obtiined > from witness the explanation that he
+ wag wa not referring to high oflllu3 > ffi 1113 i i Jf f the church in this connection + 4
+ He then asked ask d Has y Ylr ar throat ever ben be n cut +
+ Not yet was the lacini nply 4 +
+ John Nicholson chief recorder r trIr of the temple had many man lapws lap or 0 t
+ f
memory while on the stand ara lis la testimony added little to the knowl kIlowl +
+ edge of committee members wji vi 11 > > sought ught some definite Information i un < n + j
+ f rei rePnlng nlng the records of the cVar ei iri Ii 1 particularly relating to marriages
4 Under tho thosharJ sharp questioning qu stionlng f Attorney Taylor he admitted he had not
+ obeyed the subpoena which Mrvted tr ted hIm to produce for the connnite3 +
t + the temple records H He said h hq j m n mid d not brought br ught them th m because he h hail
i 1 + no authority over them th m ex vpt Pt on J n which he said was the record r cQrl of f
+ every marriage from the th opening of the temple to the present tinvx tinvxston tlm timilIt 1
+ It Js o expecte pecte9 State Chnlrna 1 Jackoon of Idaho end William Bal1er +
+ ston of the Boise Statesman will be examined tomorrow tomorrowi
+ ± + + + + + + 4 + + + + + i + + + + + + + + + + + + +
Washington Dec 15 15August August Lund Lundstrom Lundrtrom ¬
strom was wa recalled for br crossexaniina cr08sexamination
p tion when Senator Smoots Investiga Investigation ¬
tion was resumed today before the sen senate senate sonate ¬
ate committee < on privileges and elec elections electlon dcc dcction ¬
tions tlon Attorney Vancott for Senator SenatorSmoot SenatorSmoot
Smoot asked the witness If he had ever everconsidered everonsidered everonsidered
onsidered < the obligations taken in the thetemple thetfmple
temple as a huge Joke jok or in the light lightof lightof lightof
of a vaudeville performance performanceI
I always regarded the oaths as assacrod ass8rcd assacred
sacred he said Then he declared that thatmen thatmen thatmen
men cannot pass through the temples templesto
1 to take endowments for women womenStory womenStory womenStory
Story Repeated RepeatedMr
Mr r Lundstrom again a ln gave to the thecommittee lheommtltee thecominittee
committee the oath of vengeance or or1a oraw
law 1a aw w of retribution over which there lhere1811I thereia
has 1811I ia been controvery between wltneeses
The oath was as given by Mr Wallis
in his corrected testimony The wit witness wit1lets withers ¬
ness told the committee also alsooC of the thepractice thepractice thepractice
practice of mutilation mutlla tfon prescribed pre crlbed for forrevealing forrtoeaUng forrevealing
revealing the tokens or violating the thecovenants thecovenants thecovenants
covenants The whole congregation congregationpassing congregationpassing congregationpassing
passing through the temple repeated
In the first person the obligation and andpenalties andnaltles andpenalties
penalties > naltles and executed the signs ac accompanying accompanying accompanying ¬
companying them The last ceremony
he attended the witness said was in
1S38 at the tample when Apostle Mer Merrill Merrill Mernil ¬
rill officiated at the sealings Lectures Lectureswere Lectureswere Lectureswere
were delivered by the witness at the
Swedfeh SwelUehLutheran Lutheran church in which he hegave heg8ve hegVe
gave his h hi reasons for leaving the church churchCalled churchCalled churchCalled
Called Him a Liar LiarWere LialVero LiarWere
Were ieu eu u ever taken to 11C 11Cyour < tfisT Ik < Car Caryour Jryour
your statements asked Sen Setn teRI nil
lx bois te
> T TWell
boisVel1
Well the officiate of the tb c1mrccalJd church churchcalled churchal1ed
called me a liar hiT said Mr Lund Lundstrom Lundstroln Lundstrom ¬
strom stromlie strolnHe stromHe
He was asked if he had ever married
in polygamyOnly polypmyOnJy polygamy polygamyrOnly
Only In a av H he hor replied repliedHave riIed riIedFIa led ledlIa
Have lIa ve e you ha fuiy l a a plural lvitf1J vIfe lfol lfolYes
Yes sir etrThen Ir IrThen k kThen S
Then he explained that the dead deadwman dead1v4man
woman had been sealed to him for foreternity foretfrnlty foreternity
eternity but that he had newer lived 1Iedwith livedwith
with but one wife wifeNicholson wifeNicholson wifeicholson
Nicholson icholson on the Stand StandJohn Standa I IJohn
a John Nicholson the dhief hlef recorder of ofthe ofth S
5 the th Mormon temple at Salt Lake City Citywas Citywas Citywas
was sworn He proved the most re reJutant reudaut reJuetant
Jutant witness of all the church of official oCfida offlciaL ¬
ficial who have been brought before beforethe beforethE beforethe
the committee committeeBy
By R slow process the attorney for forth forthp forth S
th thp > protestants prote tants drew from him the fact factthat tactthat factthat I
that he keeps the records or marriages mftrrfngesbRpUslrns marriagesbaptiBims
baptteims and endowments which are aresolemnized I Isolemnized
solemnized within the temple He ex explained oxplalned ¬ S
plalned that the endowments are the theplacing thep I Iphicing
placing p n < ing upon Individuals blessings blee lngs that thatwill thatwill thatwill
will be upon them during this life and andall L
I L all eternity eternityWitness eternity1Vitness eternityWitness
Witness Was Cautious CautiousAttorney CautiousAttorney CautiousAttorney
Attorney Tayler questioned que Uoned Mr
Nicholson closely clo ely
concerning the
man manner manler ¬ I
ner of keeping the records and ob ¬
tained from him a statement that he
had h d access s to all the records but he h hwould i
would not admit having authority over
them or that he knew who Is in author ¬
ity He said he knew where to tothirl find the thrrecords
records of nil persons J > married within
the temple or who had taken the en ¬
dowment and nd could give such informa ¬
tion upon demand adding however
that tha 1 uulesg unle the person
making ak1t1g the there re ¬
quest wns entitled to information intonnatlontt ft iiwould
would not be given to him He said he
was responsible for the safekeeping
of the records r records ords and thai th t to o far a as he
knew no part of o them had ever been
taken from the temple templeI
I believe you were ere served with a s
subpoena to bring all the records in I
the temple asked Mr Tayler
At the request of Attorney Worth S
ington the subpoena wag wa produced prj S Swhich
which called tor
the marriage records recordeinly
cnly
Brought Only One Record Eecordords RecorduDla RecordD1a
uDla ooU on b bi1ii 1 all of the temple
rc ret
ords naked Mr Tyter TavJfro
No o slr I could not i had
no au ¬
u u4xHf
thority sp p to ti do poH o oHe
4xHf H He aA ad adeed ed that he brought one on record
that of the marriages performed within
the th temple He e was WK asked whore h hI
kept th the e0rd of the endowment
house hou e marriages He said that they the
were in the temple but that he had no
authority 8uthorft over those nor would he ad ¬
mit knowledge as a to who has ha such au ¬
thority thorityMr thorlt thorltMr thorltyMr
Mr Nicholson Ni < hoJ5on said the book h >
brought with him contained the record recordof recordof
of < r marriage
every performed within the ti
temple since it opened May Si 1 iS iand isss
and that records of
S marriages p per < 1 110rmed
formed outside the temple are not kept
within this book bookOn bookOn bookOn
On crossexamination the witness de declared ¬
dared that no marriages had been per ¬
formed orm d within the temple except when
the legal license had been issued by th thclerks the
A clerks of the courts that the marriages marriagesperformed marriagesperformed
performed there had always been per per er ¬ I
formed there had always been for time timeand timeand timeand
and eternity none for time only onlyr
Mr r Nicholson also al o said no record of ofmarriage oCmarrJage ofmarriage
marriage ceremonies is kept by him himWallis himWallis himWallis
Wallis Recalled RecalledJ
J H Wallis who was on the th stand standyesterday stand9stprda standyesterday
yesterday 9stprda was recalled He said thai thaiIn thaLin thatIn
In addition to others he had revealed revealedthe revealedthe revealedthe
the secrets s crets of the endowment house to toa toS
S S a number of Salt Lake City ministers ministersand mlnist r rand
t and also to other residents of that city eft eftAmong
Among them were Drs Page andChrls andChrlstlanson alldChrlstlanson andChrlstianson
tlanson tlansonReferring tlansonReferring S SReferring
Referring to the statement of thewitness thftwltness the I Iwitness
witness yesterday that the penalty nenal Yf Yftemns foj fojtelling fo i
telling these aeerets la to have lljo lljothroat tllOli tlohroat >
thro throat tcut cut cUts Mr Worthington asked the
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witness if his < the witness throat had hadever ha haver d dever
ever e < ver been cut He replied in the nega negative negaive ¬
I tie t ive He H had been Qnce assaulted on onthe Olathe oi oihe
the t he street but did not know by whom whomHe whomHe whomHe
He also said that he Is not connected connectedwith connectewith
I with the Mormon church churchUat at least not notoo no nono
100 oo far as 4 I know I told one of the thebishops
1 t bishops of J f my mv desire to withdraw
He e had ceased paying the tunings tuningshe tUhingshe
he said since upon a certain occasion occasionhe occasionhe
he had paid 255 25 to the wife of the thebishop thebishop thebishop
bishop and had failed to get any ac account account account ¬
count pC o it He also said that Mr MrNicholspns MrNichoiririns MrNich01spns
Nicholspns act of giving out the se secrets Seerets Sncrets ¬
crets of the endowment house had hadmuch hadmuch hadmuch
much to do with the changing of his hisestimate hIsestimate hIsestimate
estimate of otthe the sacredness of the cOVt covenants cOVtnants covtnants ¬
nants of that institution institutionLundstyom InstitutionLundstrom institutionLundstom
Lundstyom Was Sealed SealedMr SealedIr SealedMr
Mr Ir Lundstrom at the afternoon ses session session session ¬
sion explained his marriage to a dead deadwoman deadwoman deadwoman
woman and said this ceremony is iscalled Iscalled iscalled
called sealing and ani Is for time and andeternity andeternity andeternity
eternity He also was sealed to his hislegal hislegal hislegal
legal wife he said but no record or ormemorandum ormemorandum ormemorandum
memorandum was gven him The wit witness witn witnes ¬
ness n said aid he had heard the endowment endowmenthouse endowmenthouse
house obligations administered six sixtimes sixtimes sixtimes
times to congregations of from thirty
to sixty persons each Not to take takethe takethe takethe
the obligation the witnes said is re regarded rerded rearded ¬
garded rded as a q sign of weakness weakn ss in the thefaith U Ufafth thefaith
faith Robes are worn orn In the cere ceremony cer cermony cermony
mony There are no marks on the therobes t1 t1robes therobes
robes but there are marks m rks on the thepriesthood th thpriesthood thepriesthood
priesthood garments gRlmen t6 These marks ar tt ttto z zto l lto
to remind r mindJh Jth person of the covenants covenantshe co cosntj n nhe
he had madeT madeTThe madkThe thadeThe
The witness Wltlt SS said there are marks marksover marksQf marksQ
Qf Q the th cOltmPSS and the square 011 on the thefelt the11t
felt and rJIntllreasts rThht bjeasts a rent like a abtfU abtittOiThOle
btfU btittOiThOle rth le OVer file navel and another anotheroer anotherover
over the knee kneeRobe kneeRobe kneeRobe
Robe Always Worn WornYhen Wornthen
1 When then do QU wear w ar tills thfsgarmenf garment garmenti
i Mr l Mr Lurfflstfom Lu asttom was asked askedAlways askedAlw askeiAIwsys
Always AlwaysHe Alw AIwsysHe rs rsHe
He abided a ded thai the garment was re removed r rmoed removed
moved only long enough to change to toa toclean tot
a t clean one oneIt onoIt oneIt
It is supposed to be a shield against againstall againstS
all danger temporal and spiritual he hesaid hesaid hrsaid S
said saidAnd
And the marks are to remind you youof youof I Iof
of the obligations takenasked taken 7 asked the thechairman thechairman i ichairman
chairman
As a Simple Reminder ReminderThe ReminderThe
The witness answered In the afllrma afllrmaare
thfC repeaUn repeating that thc breast marks
are for the purpose of making the marktS ob ¬ S
ligator remember his oath not to re reveal reveal reveal ¬
veal his covenants under penalty of ol
having his hlsheart heart and vitals > cut out outOn oUtOn
On crossexamination he said the themarks themarks
marks n ntfvfar r had been explained to him himand I Iand
and thatThe thathe put his own construction constructionon L LOn
on them because of their association associationwith I Iwith
with the ceremonies ceremoniesThe ceremonie8The ceremoniesThe
The hearing was continued until to toHARDING tomorrow tomorrow
morrow morrowHARDING
HARDING IN CONTEMPT CONTEMPTChicago CONTEMPfI CONTEMPTChicago S I
Chicago Chi ago Millionaire Must Pay
Alimony Alim ony to the Extent Extentof
of 33401 33401Chicago 33401Chicago 33401Chicago
Chicago Dec 15 1iiGeorge George F Harding
Chicago Billionaire frtiiltlonalre lltlonalre and clubman has haskstv1iislboutest hasluatl1I hatlcthis3
kstv1iislboutest luatl1I lcthis3 outest utst over the payment of orOO ol ol1OO
1OO OO CO a month alimony to his wife Mrs MrsAdelaide MrsAdelaide MrsAdelaide
Adelaide M Harding H rdlng and in an opin opiniuj opinilJ opinLu
iuj Lu given today l < day Judge Gibbons found foundHarding foundRrt L Lrdiiig
Harding Rrt rdiiig l1g not no ottly responsible for future futurepayments futurea futUrepayment
payments a ments but in contempt of court for forarrearages lorarr totarrearages
arrearages arr rages to the amount of 33301 33301This 33301This 33301This
This amount Harding must pay with within withIn withiii ¬
in ten te l days or he will be lodged In the theco theCounty
county co nty jail according to the decree
a bitter contest and an ap ¬
peal l t1l1 to the supreme court Harding
Brought a riuit uJt for absolutedivorce in Innn
inn nn Dlego Diegoial Cal al charging desertion
Harding Hardingwas was as granted the decree orig ¬
inally inal1 the decision eclsion being sustained by
the supreme court of California
In a decision here today however
Judge Gibbons Glb ons holds that the theseP8rate theseP8ratenudntenan separate separatemnJntenancp separatemaintenance
maintenance > 1 decree d cr e of the Cook county count countourt
< ourt is sflll binding Upon the thereai real es ¬
tate man notwithstanding the divorce divorcegranted
gi granted anted by the San Diego court
un It is i claimed said the court ub by
Mr Harding that the decree decr e of divorce divorcegranted divorcegranted
granted by b the superior court of San
Diego fptunty unty and affirmed 1
t by the su sujeme suI sut
jeme I ema court of that state absolutely I
severed the relations of a man and wife wJfet
bttween t tween himself and Mrs Harding and
that under the federal constitution this thiscourt thistourt thiseourt
court is bound to give the same force
and effect to said decree as If the de dec deet
c ee et had been rendered by the circuit
court of o the state of Illinois Illnois IllnoisHad IllinoisHad
Had the suit sui in California Calfornia been for
therecovery thereCO r of money mone or property pr opert the thecontention thec
contention c ntenton would probably be substan ¬
tially taly correct crrect but the California CnlCorl1 de decree decree decree ¬
cree cree cannot cnnot abrogate the circuit ercuft court
decree ecroe of divorce divorceRECEIVER dlvore dlvoreRECEIER divorceRECEIVER
RECEIVER RECEIER REMOVED REMOVEDTaeoma REMOVD REMOVDTacoma REMOVEDTacoma
Tacoma Wash Dec 15 1 1ZJudge Judge Hus ¬
ton of the superior court today toda made madeun madeun
un order removing Otis D Swain as asreceiver asrtciver asreceiver
receiver rtciver of the Gale Creek Coal Mining
company compn and appointing appointng Frank S
Plattner Platter of Tacoma Tacoma receiver with wih bond
fixed at 25000 The court distinctly
says as the change Is made without wihout dlstncly any
contention cnQentp on o the motive or Integrity
ftt JtWp5t1i rt r j J J but because beC Y8 of o othl Integiy hlg hl intl fnt intizjilaWtis
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THREE MEN MEET MEETTERRIBLE MEETTERRiBLE
TERRIBLE DEATH DEATHFour
Four F ur Others Horribly Scalded Scaldedby Scaldedby Scaldedby
by Rush of Steam SteamA SteamACCIDENT SteamACCIDENT
4 4 A
ACCIDENT ON BATTLESHIP BATTLESHIPOFFICER BATTLESHIPI BATTLESHIPOETICER
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OFFICER INJURED INJRED WE WHILE TRY TRYINCr TRYIG
INCr IG TO SAVE SAV OTHERS OTHERSPhiladelphia OTHERSI
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Philadelphia Phiadelphia Dec Dee 15 l 15Caught Caught in a atriip afip afrtp
triip fip and helpless to toa save ve themselves themselvesthree themslves themslvesthre themselvesthree
three thre men lost their lives lve ilve and nd four fourothers fourpthrs fourothers
others Including LieutenantWilliam Li ien ten 9t nt William Viam C CCole CCote
Cole wdre w re trniblyScalde terribly Scalded scpled dtOday < today by bya b bru byxu
a rugh ru pf p steam tean teamanabo1liiig andboilings blln wuter ntr In Intffe intl Int1t
tffe tl t1t fire Q roomof room 20C oC t the e battleship baLUchlp Mas Mass Massachusetts Masgachunetts
s achU6etts lying at ar the League Lage Island Islandnavy Isl nd ndnav
navy nav yard yurd
I IEdward
The The Dead DeadEdward D DeadEdward ad
Edward Bub married marrledboier boiler maker makerand makerand
and civilian civilianAndrew ohlan ohlanAndrew S
Andrew Hamilton Hamion married m rrled boiler boilermaker boier boiermalter
maker and civiMan civiManx clvlan clvlanCharles
x Charles Ritzel Rizel boiler boicr makers helper helperand helperand helperand
and civilian chJnn
5 Injured InjuredLieutenant f V VLieutenant
JDj Jed t tLieutenant
Lieutenant William Vllam C Cole U S SN SN SN
N assistant assi tant chief engirieervof engir engln prof iro1 the theMassachusetts theMassachusets theMassachusetts
Massachusetts Massachusets scalded scal ed about ab utthe the head headand he head headand
and ad back back S SWlllVam JK JKWilliam
William Wi am Anderson Anderson shlplsTboiler ship boflcr mak maker malter maker ¬
er badly scalded scaldedJames scald scaldedJames d dJaes >
James Jaes Wilson Vllon boiler boier makers helper helperand helperand helperand
and civilian chian employe scalded scaldedJoseph scaldedJoseph scaldedJoseph
Joseph A A Duran boiler boler makers makershelper makershelper makershelper
helper and civilian civian scalded scaldedWith scal iecl ieclWith ed edWih
With Wih the exception excepton of Lieutenant LieutenantCole LieutenantCole LieutenantCole
Cole all al the killed kied and injured reside residein residePhiladelphia
in Philadelphia PhiladelphiaHeroism Phladel PhiladelphiaHeroism hia hiaHeroism
Heroism of Cole ColeLieutenant ColeLleutelan ColeLieutenant
Lieutenant Lleutelan t Cole Colere received eived his Injuries Injuriesin
in a I heroic effort efort to rescue the others othersThe othersThe othersThe
The accident ac < ient was caused by the giv giving giving glvIng ¬
ing way of a gasket or rubber washer washeron vasheron
on a boiler on the starboard side of the the6hl theDhl
6hl >
6hlThe
The Massachusetts Masachusetts has been at the thenavy thenavy thenavy
navy yard for some time tme undergoing undergoingextensive undergoingetensIve undergoingextensive
extensive etensIve repairs particularly partcularly to the theboilers theboier theboilers
boilers boier and machinery The boiler boier on onwhich onwhich onwhich
which the accident accdent occurred had re recently recenty recently ¬
cently centy been ben cleaned and thoroughly thoroughlytested thoroughlytested thoroughlytested
tested andthe and the boiler boier makers were to today toda today ¬
day da 4 at work on another boiler boilerRush boier boierRuh
Rush Ruh of Steam SteamWithout steamWithout SteamWithout
Without warning the gasket ber be between
tween the boiler boier plate and the boiler boilerhead boier boierhed boilerhead
head hed gave way and a terrific terrifc rush rsh of ofsteam ofstom ofsteam
steam stom and hot water occurred The Thedoore Thedoorl Thedqors
doore doorl of the fireroom frerom were closed at atthe atthe atthe
the time tme and the only avenue of es escape escape escape ¬
cape was a safety sfet ladder Only OnlYone OnlYoneman one oneman oneman
man Bramlet a ships shlpsfreman fireman thought thoughtof
of the ladder and he escaped without withouta
a scar scarFew scarFew
Few on the upper decks knew what whathad whathad whathad I
had happened happeno until untl untt the steam came camelow camerushing camerushing
rushing up from the seethlng seething pi pit be below below
low The Te work of rescue was wt prompt promptand promptnnd promptand
and to this promptness promptnes those thoe who es escaped escaped ¬
caped cped death owe their thanks The Thefirst Thefrst Thefirst r I
first frst to enter the firehole frehole was Lieuteil Lieuteitant
ant Cole ole Without hesltatInr on ac
count of becoming scalded by b the hot hotwater hotwater hotwater
water he dragged thE thq th men from the theplace theplace theplace
place to the door where wh re they the were tak taki taken taken
i en In charge by others Bub and Ham Hamllton HamIon Hamilton
llton Ion were dead when found fOU 1d and flit Ritzel flitzel
I zel died die a few minutes after a r being tak takj tk tken taken
j en on 01 deck deckWAIVED deckWAIVED deckWAIVED
WAIVED EXAMINATION EXAMINATIONI EXAMINATIONAlleged
I Alleged Aleged Murderers Murderer of Robbers Ar Arraigned Arraigned ¬
raigned raiged in Court CourtLos Court CourtLos
Los Ls Aiigeles Cal Dec De 15 15A A special specialfrom specialfrom
from Sah Bernardino Berardino Cal says that thatArthur thatArthur thatArthur
Arthur Swindel Swindell and Sidney Sid ey Jarvis who whovere whoIfre whoere
vere Ifre ere taken into custody custdy at San Fran Fransco Franisco
fso isco sco charged with wih the murder of ofWellsFargo oflsFargo oftellsFargo
WellsFargo lsFargo Messenger Meseng r Roberts obert were werearraigned werearrigned werearraigned
arraigned arrigned there this morning m rlng on a amurder amurder amurder
murder charge h a r e and their preliminary preliminaryexamination prelhnlnaryexamliatonset preliminaryexamihation
examination examliatonset set et for next Monday
F FJ J Mackay the mllHonaire in whose whoseemploy whosetploy whoseemploy
employ the two suspects susp cts were at the thetime thehme thetime
time of their arrest has as arrived In InSon InSo inSon
Son So n Bernardino Berardino And nd will wi assist in the thedefense thedefense thedefense
defense of the men He declares dellares his histeller histelet hisieilef
teller telet In their innocence and says that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the men since they have been In his hisemploy hisemploy hisemploy
employ have have always shown them themselves themEelves themselves ¬
selves honest and an worthy He says saysthat saysthat saysthat
that he has entrusted entru6tedthem them with Wih large largesums largesums largesums
sums of money mone on different dlferent occasions occasionshut ocaslonsrut otcasIons1ut
hut neither has ever shown any dispo disposition dispoefon dlspoeition ¬
sition efon to violate e his trust trustGAMBLER trustGALE truste trustGA1eBLEB
GAMBLER GALE ACQUITTED ACQUITTEDSeattle ACQUITTEDSeattle CQUI D DSeatte
Seattle Seatte Wash aah Dec 15 15Dave Dave Argyle Argylethe Argle Arglethe Argylethe
the first frst gambler to o be tried In King
county under the law making It a fel felcny telcny felfly
cny fly to operate oper te games gaJCs of chance was wasacquitted wascQulted wasrcqultted
acquitted cQulted by a Jury junln In the th superior superiorjgQujgLJhlsjncrnlng superioro
jgQujgLJhlsjncrnlng J hi J Jrnlng inarning The T h eJuras Jury was ouU ouUaogigh ou ouIhvn out I
hlj
aogigh o ffligl4eii g sLbal1ot baHot Ihvn n hours ho n and < aid toc tckttt took I j thirty thIrtyS S
i OWA MANt t f Ct CLAIMS IMS TO TOHAVE HAVE RIGHTS RIGHTSA I I
0 0A
A W Boyson Bo Boys9i sor of ofGreyJsks oftlreyAsks Grey Asks Congress to Let Him Have First FirstChanceat FirstChanGe I ICinceat
ChanGe Chanceat at Coal CoalLands Lands When hen Shoshone Reserva Reservation ReservajOy Reserval ¬
S
jOy l tion Is Opened
4 4Sp
S Special Sp ct 1 to The Herald icra1d icra1dW HeraldI
t I I ASHINGTON Dec I5The 15 The sub subcommittee subof
W V committee of 0 the house houe Indian Indiancoirtmlttee IndiancOtlmftee Indianconimittee
coirtmlttee cOtlmftee today toda gave av a hearing hearingto h arng arngto
to t o A W Y Upysorr 130yon of Grey Gre la who w wio o asks
that the Mondell tondel bill bl providing for the theopening thepenIng thepeniing
opening u of Shoshone Indian reserva ¬
tion ton t lon Wyoming Vy nling be amended Jdlan so as a to togive togive togive
give him preference precerpce right rght for torG40 640 acres acresof acreso acresmineraibjand
of o mineral mineraibjand and wh wjfen > n toe be reservation reservationacre re ervaUon
Ilope h opei mJnaraltand d t tor lor ihich hefers heoftera 10 an anCe anacre
acre Ce BoYtdn Boysdn bases ba eg his claim cl lm upon
the te fact that In1899 in 1899 he was WAS wa granted granteda gr nted ntedu
a u lease of 178000 acres of coal laud on
the t be reservation rS eserat1on iJ lon upon upon the Purvey urvey lau of
which hlch he claims he faisexpended 2500 2500t
tud nd h deriVM denIydnd Jrbe benefits fl He cIted
t k < the Committee ommitee ommittee the the action ttol of ctel con congress congress ¬
gress in opening the Iintafi tintub Indian Indan res resaton yesvation
f ration aton when preference preference right tght to take takemineral takeminerl takemineral
mineral minerl land was given several milling
companies companiesRepresentative c omJanlesRprc8r ompaniesRepreentative milng
Rprc8r Representative nt1tve Mondell londll protested l > rtestcd to
the t b committee against
t commiteE granting granting Boy Bo
sons request or to granting grantng anyone anyonepreference anro e elrCer
preference lrCer nce rights over the public pUblc when whenthe whenthe whe whethe I eI
the reservation reservaton is opened He sub submitted submitted ¬
mitted a letter leter of f the secretary scretary of the theinterior th thI e
I interior showing that Boysons lease leaseof leae leaeof e
1 I of coal lands was abrogated and can cancelled cancpled ¬
celled cpled June 9 190J because becaus he canfi had hadfailed hadfaied ha hafailed fi
failed faied to perform any an work under it itand Itand I t tand
and had complied compled with none of its is pro provisions proIsions provisions ¬
visions visionsAgent Isions
Agent H E Wadsworth a sworth of Shoshone Shoshoneaency ShoshoneaetcJ Shoshonaency e
aency aetcJ testified testfed that Boyson had per performed performed performed ¬
formed no work on surveys surve s upon leases leasesi leaes leaesI 5 5I
i I I Curing Curlng his hisadmlnJstraUOI administration or that of his hispredecessor hi s
J I predecessor Th The subcommittee subcommitee will willtke wi wE 11 11tike
tike the Boysons request r < quesL under undr considera clsidera cousideration
j tion
tionMonHelr ton
f tontonelr MonHelr tonelr will 1 continue ontnue to qppose qpposegranting opposgranting e
granting galttg the concession concesion he states be because because
J
cause he considers Boyson Bo son has no valid validclaim vail aUd d dI
i I claim for such right rlgM and because an anI a a aamendment
I I amendment to the bill bi may tend to de dela
I lay la its passage and cnd defeat dtfeut the desired desiredcfEnlng desireI deci ci
I I crenjng of f the reservation reseralon during the til e
coming year
T MBER ANDUlRliH AND ANDALDR A1DRICH ICHDOWN DOWN AND OUT OUTPostmaster OUTIostmaster OU r I IPostmaster
Iostmaster Postmaster General GeneralpWynqe Wynqe Has Summariy Summarily Discharged DischargedJwo DischargedJwo d drwo
Jwo Rural Afeil J1i MaiI Carriers for Pernicious Ac Activity Activlty Acf
f tivity in Politics Poltics
t I 1 ASHINGTON Dec 15 l 15As As the re resuit i iV
WASHINGTON V V suit of an Investigationof inestgation of their theiractivity thMracthity thbiractivity rf
activity during the thereCent recent re ent politi political poUt political ¬
cal campaign campatg Warren F Timber umbar a ru rulal lu luJI rual
lal l al mail mai carrier at Lockpprt LoCkpt N Y and
li 1 W Aldrich a rural rurl carrier of Con Concord Conrrd Concord ¬
cord rrd N H both officials ofclals of the Na ¬
t tional nal Association AS9clation of Rural Free Fr thNa De Dever Dovery
lvery I ver very Carriers today were wer removed
forthwith from frm the governm6nt governm ntservice service
13 Postmaster General Wynne WynneTumber WynneTumber V nne nneTumber
Tumber Is secretary secret of the National
ir Natonal
Association Associaton of Carriers CarrJers and he and
Aldrich are members of Its It executive
executve
board The charges the investigation investigationoi investigaton investigatonoi
oi which by
postofllce Inspectors re resulted resuled resuited ¬
suited suled in today action acton was wa that the
dismissed men sent out circular letters
during the th last campaign to candidates leters
for congress congess urging legislation l gislatoh In the
interest of the carriers carrier and a ld demanding Lg
I that the men to whom the letters letars were wereaddressed wei weiaddressed
addressed a < dessed pledge themselves thems h s to vote for forsuch forlegislaton f fsuch
such legislation legislaton President Presidelt Cunning Cunniir ¬
I ham who was dismissed Tuesday Tues a and andecretary andI all tci
ecretary Tumber according accordng to the thepcstal thep U e epstal
I pcstal p stal authorities authorite framed fmied the circular circularand circularand ir irand
and Tumber signed It as secretary secretar and an id
issued It ItAldrlch ItI itAldrich
Aldrich Aldrch was one of Lhe he executive executivecommittee to tocommittee
executve executvecommittee
I committee who agreed ageed on the work workI wor k
I vbich hleh was subsequently subsequent carried out A Airumber
j Im number mber of the letters Iter sent out are In I
the possession of the postoffice depart department department t tmeat ¬
ment In one of the papers paper on file tle is
f the expression uwe we must look out for forourselves forurselvEs f r rourselves
ourselves urselvEs and help the fellows fclows that th it
help h lJ us u A number of other cases are areunder areconsideraton ni re reunder
under consideration consideraton but the question n
j of ° the guilt guI of the employes involved involved11as queston questonof Inyolvedas d
11as las as not yet been decided
SUSPENSIN SUSPENSION BRIGE BRIDGE CRASHED DOWN DOWNThree DOWNThree hi
Three Girls Killed Kiled and nd Five Persons Seriously Injured at atv atCharJestol IL a
v Charleston CharJestol W Va VaAuthorities Authorities Knew the theStructure theS
S Structure Was Unsafe
jHARLESTON W Va Dec Dee 15 15I 15Three 15S 15Three
I I CHARLESTON S Three persona arc known to have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been killed kied and andl five fv others seri seriously sell sellously sezlously ¬
ously injured by the collapse coUa e of ttte tttesuspension tHesuspension taesuspensIon
suspension bridge across acoss thefEjlk ther theik lk river riverwhich riverwhich riverwhich
which connects East and WestFgharles WestFgharleston wes harles harleston arle3 arle3ton
ton At the time tme the bridge brdge went wentdown wentdown wentdown
down there tier a were six teamsarid tefms tetms and six sixchildren Ix Ixchidren Ixchildren
children chidren on their way to school s hool and anda
a number of other pedestrians on thestructure the thestructure thestructure
structure The bridge went down downwithout dow1without downwithout
without warning but a number Jumber of ofthose ofthose ofthose
those who were werE near the ends of the thestructure thestrueture thestructure
structure strueture managed to reach land landThose lmd lmdThose landThose
Those who went down with wih the th wreck wreckage wreckage wreckage ¬
age fell Cel a distance distnce of forty feet feet Into Intothe intothe Intothe
the icecovered waters of the river riverThe riverThe riverThe
The depth of the river at thispoint is isvariously Isarlously isvariously
variously estimated Ctmnted at from ten to totwenty totwent totwenty
twenty twent feet and when the iron and andumber and1umber
lumber umber wreckage struck the tlu Ice It Itbroke itbroke itbroke
broke into fragments and those killed kied kiedand killedand
and several of the Injured were thrown thrownIno throwninto
Into the water or swept under the ice Icefurther icefurther
further down the th stream streamDead streamDead streamDead
DeadMamie DeadMamie Dead DeadMamie
Mamie Higginbotham agexlijill aged lyears lyearsAnnie years year yearAnnie
Annie Humphreys s agedI1 agedI1OHIe aged l lOle 1W 1WOllie
OHIe Ole Gibbs Gbbs aged 15 15Injured 15njured 15Injured
Injured InjuredZella InjuredZella njuredZela
Zella Zela Smith aged 17 compound frac fracture fracture fracture ¬
ture of elbow elbowWilliam 2 t tVllam
William Vllam Holmes colored driver dfivecut dfivecutand th9vercut th9vercutand cut cutand
and bruised bruisedHenry bruisedHenr S Slienry
Henry Henr Fielder driver drver serious serl usin usinternal in internal internal ¬
ternal Injuries InjuriesElma InJ injuriesElma ries riesElma
Elma Tucker aged 13 both arms armsand armsand armsand
and leg broken brokenXnown brokenXown brokenXnown
Xnown Xown to Be e Unsafe UnsafeThe UnsafeThe UnsafeThe
The bridge was a a single span 500 500feet 500feet 500feet
feet In length and was wa built mlt in 1552 1552It 1 1852It 2 I It
It t has been known JO to bj e unsafeVfor t1 unsafefoLfiQiti f 9
1 LfiQiti Qme qm time r an and e erytrafiic yasot yasot11o I
11o < db to I tie taf ac accidntva accidntvadd Jd n Io YE1 YE1Utedboco1lH
dd H Utedboco1lH b wo cab1 on th ht i r n nthtb
side slipping slpping from their moorings moor1n s
When Then that side dropped another cable cableon cablen cai de deon
on n the other side
otherilde snapped the oor 0 or orir
tilted tled and turned completely over ov ir
During the civil cvi war the cable of this thisthe U us
brld bride e was cut by General Wise when whi en
the U e evacuated Charleston the brid
Charletn bridge bridgeat ge geat
at the same time tme being partly party burned d
The same cable was afterwards aferwards spliced splicedand splced splcedand splic ed edand
and has been In use ever since sinceHINT slnceHINT sinceHINT
HINT AT CROOKEDNESS CROOKEDNESSResolution CROOKEDNESSResolution
Resolution Introduced by Member MemberFrom MemberFrom Meml er erProm
From Texas TexasWashington Texs TexsVashington TexasWashington bY
Washington Dec 15 15RepreseltaUe 15Representati Representative ye
Stevens Stev ns of Texas
today toda Introduced a aresolution aresoluton aresolution
resolution resoluton desiring the secretary secretar of o the t he
Interior to inform the house of
repre representatives repre rept 0 0seritatlvcs ¬
sentatives sentntvcG whether or not any member memberof mcmli er erof
of the commission to the five civilized civlliz ed
fve
civized
j I tribes In Ir the Indian Territory Terrtory common n ¬
ly known as the th Dawes commission or orany orany orany
any clerk or employe In the Indian Indianservice Indianserie lad an anservice
service serie In the Indian Territory who are arerequired arer a re rerequired
required r Qulred to swear that tlat they the have no
financial fnancJal interest In any person or cor corporation corporaUon c r rporation ¬
poration dealing dealng in Indian lands lads as asrequired asrequired asrequired
required by the act at of ofcogrecs cogress COg s approved approv ed
April 21 1904 have refused to make makesaid makesaid ma ke kesaid
said oath ath and have not drawn their theirsalary theirsalar th sir sirsalary
salary salar because of such refusal and the thename thename t he hename
name or namesof naes f any such officer ofcer or orcmploye oremploye
employe failing Calng to draw drw their salaries salariesunder salarleunder salarI
under said law In w and whether or not L1r he
has hs any knowledge of or Is In any way v ay
advised that any any such officer or em employe employe e In Inploye ¬
ploye has been or is now now guilty of
dealing dealng in Indian lands through gltY Cor Corporations cor corporatons r rporations ¬
porations poratons or otherwise otherwiseCANTEEN otherwiseCAEN otherwiseS otherwiseCANTEEN
S
CANTEEN CAEN BILLWashington BILL BILLWashington I
Washington Washingon Dec 15 lSA A bill bi was in i
troduced today by k y Representative Repreentat1 Merr Merrarmy IP IP7rniiytposts rer
f penn5 U 1
11 prCI
O OfarmYposts
farmYposts 7rniiytposts army posts bJsHi r le ¼
SCHETTLER SCH ETTLERBAN BANK K KlONG
LONG INSOLVENT INSOLVENTStill
4
Still Stil State Permitted Permited it to S Re Receive
ceive Deposits DepositsRECEIVER DepositsRECEIVER
3 3RECEIVER
RECEIVER MAKES REPORT REPORTt REPORTISTITuON
t
INSTITUTIONilMAir ISTITuON Y NOT PAY 50 50CNTS 50CENTS
CENTS CNTS ON THE TH DOLl DOLL DOLLrl DOLLAR DOLLARS AB ABTHE
S
HE report of Receiver Recel R R R Ander Anderson Anderson ¬
rl
THE son on the Schcttler Schetter bank filed filedwith fled fledwJh
with wJh Judge W V C Hall Hal of the dis distrjct ds dsttict
ttict court yesterday reveals reca1 that the thefigures thefgures
figures fgures now available anlable indicate Jndicte the In Institution insttuton ¬
stitution sttuton was insolvent for yeurs De Despite Dcspite ¬
spite spie this the state stte allowed alowed the bank bankto bankto
to go on all al this time taking money moneyon
on deposit deposi from simple confiding confding peo people people peopie ¬
ple Incidentally Icidentaly this report and a ascrutiny
scrutiny scrutny of the published pUblshed statements sttement of ofthe orthe
the bank will raise rai the question of the theliability thelabity theliability
liability labity of ot the state to the depositors depositorsJt depositor
Jt 1 will wi also raise the question queston as fS to towhether towhether
whether Banker Sohettler Sohetler was as legally legallyauthorized legaly legalyauthorized
authorized to deed away valuable real realestate re ree
estate e tate when his siuorn orn statements dem demonstrate demnstrate ¬
castrate < that his bank was was really realy in insolvent inolvent ¬
solvent solventIn olvent
In considering considering the report It i must be beborne bebore
borne bore In mind that the the figures fgure sub submitted submited ¬
mitted mited do not represent the valuation valuationplaced aluaton aluatonplaced
placed on the assets aset by Receiver Rece er An Anderson Anderon ¬
derson deron dersontheyare they care re the figures taken tken from from31r from11r
31r 11r Schettlers Schetters bank ledger For this thisjeason thisHason
jeason interested persons will wI not be bejustified bejustfied beS
justified justfied in taking as a sanguine s ngine a view viewof viewf viewof S
of f the situation siuaton as the figures figrs would wouldseem wouldscem
scem to indicate indicte As a matter mater of fact factand factand
and in common justice justce to all concerned concernedIt
It t must be said sid that that the cash cah valuation valuationof valuationS valuatono
of o 01 the assets asset as shown will wi fall fal far farbelow farbeJow farbelow S
below the showing showing made by the report reportIt reporLI
It I II Is for the future to demonstrate dem nstrate what whatthe whatte E
the te assets asets are really realy worth in cash cah but butgood butgood bulgood
good judges of real estate values In the thecity thecity
city and men who know something of ofthe orthe
the nature of the other assets asets wilt wiL be besurprisedIf betrprlsed
surprisedIf trprlsed i the bank pays 50 cents cent on onthe onthe
the dollar dolar when the te business is finally finallyclosed tnaIY tnaIYclosd finaIl onr r r
closed closd It I Is plain to any person who whoexamines wholxamines
examines the report made With wih such suchcare suchcute 1
care cute by Receiver Recehe Anderson AnderSn that the theassets thesset
assets < sset as shown by the te books of the thetank thetank
tank can never realize realze anywhere near nearthe nearthe
the value at which they have been car carried carried ¬
ried for years year as shown by the dates datesof datesOf s
of the deeds deedsSummary eeds eedsSumar
Summary Sumar of the Report ReportThe BeportThe por
The Index Ind x of Receiver Andersons Anderons re report reI ¬
port I ort shows that the nominal assets assetsamount ast 5
amount in the banks figures fgures gures to 100 10013C84 0Q 0Q13C84
13C84 and the liabilities labites amount to t
10728736 The index of the report is isgiven i ii J
given in items iems as a follows followsAssets folows folowsAsets
Assets AssetsCash Asets AsetsCh Assetsh
Cash Ch h on hand hanl Oct Oct 19 1118 ln898 9S 9
Real estate etate formerly fonerly fn name of i
Ernest H Schettler Schetter 22804 54 5 5 4
2S
Real estate formerly rorer in the thename I i
name of B H I Schettler u 3529771 3S7 1 I
Real estate formerly In the thename thename 327
name of Man Mit M I Schettler Schetter 8500 65 00 0 2 i
New York correspondent corespndont 35 3 9 951 >
Notes receivable secured ib toy
deeds dees 352065 3 3520 6 6 3 I
Notes receivable secqred by bymortgages b I Imorgages
mortgages morgages i Wf f 304275 1042 6 I
Notes receivable secured by bycollaterals bycollaterals I IoUatercs
collaterals oUatercs 3837 3837sXotes 7 46 5
Notes otes receivable not secured seoured1i3 l5 U5S 13 13Judgments 13JUdgment i
Judgments JUdgment h 428sK 4 i i
Stocks Stock and one bond 4615 46 42 00 00Personal iK K I IPeronal
Personal Peronal property prpert u uC 7314 7314Call 314 ti
Call C ledger overdrawn account accountB
B H id S 1293 12i M MSundry 4
Sundry accounts overdrawn 44977 44977H 449 440L 7 T I
H S L T X O 0 flnu G8 Gas Electric Vtctrr S oerrawI Co Co ISO 1 Oi OiTotal 0 0
Total assets asset per pe ledger lege 1IO136 l16 84 84Liabilities 84Libiites I ILiabilities 7 I
Liabilities Libiites I
Savings Svings depositors depositor accounts aount I
balance balan e 5324237 9t 3 17
Certifiedchecks Certlfedcheck Certified checks m 4001 4 to
Cashiers Cahlers checks check 29 2 29Certificates 00 0 JJJ O
Certificates C rttcntcs Of deposit 275399 275399Sundry 7 ThL1 9 l 19 I
Sundry S accounts c not subject j to tocheck
check k 33157 13151 13151Cal is1 i7 l
Call Cal ledger account subject to tocheck tocheck
check 454000 454000Taxes 40400 4o40 I 19
IIT
Taxes Taes itO 51 ° 07 0 I 17
Rent v SO S Sot SotForeclosing 00 0 10 J I
Foreclosing Forecosing mortgage mortgge bill I for 6000 6000Advertising 60 x
Advertising Adertslng ° 2 50 50j 5 Q o
Judgment Third district j court i 3m > n i 1 I
Abstracts Abstrcts recording etc ele ISO 1 00 00Miscellaneous 0 X
Miscellaneous bills bum 31636 31636Total 36 36ota 6
lscoJaneous bis 3 j
Total ota liabilities labItle per ledger107287 Sfi SfiStatement 36Sttement Jfi
Statement Sttement by Receiver HeceiyerAccompanying ReceiyerAccompanying
Accompanying the report reprt to Judge JudgeHall JudgeIal e
Hall Ial from Receiver Anderson Anderon was the thefollowing thecowlng th °
following cowlng letter Jeter outlining briefly the thesituation thesituaton th e
situation situaton at the bank bnk and asking asking for forfurther fortther ft ftftrther T r
further tther authority and Instructions InstructionsHaving instructons instructonsHlngb
Having been Em appointed on the 18th 18thcf 18thcf 1St n
cf cf October last receiver for B H HSchettler HSehetter I
Schettler Sehetter banker in the action acton enti entitled ent i ¬
tied tEd The State of Utah Utfh etc vs B H HSchettler HS f
Schettler S < hetter I herewith herewih report to yoar yoarhonor yo r rhnor
honor hnor my findings fndings which comprise all allof al a ad H
of the assets totaling totalng 10013684 and andthe andthe an anthe d
the liabilities labiUet totaling totalng 10728736 107 S36 of the thebsnk thetEnk Ui Uibank l
bank up to date You authorized and andempowered andmpowered an
and
empowered me to take tke takechurge charge of said saidtank suidLnk sal salI d
tank Lnk and wind up u the affairs afairs thereof thereofI f
I am anxious to do this In a manner mannerthat manner mannertat marined > 1 r
that will wi meet your approval and andwould andwould an d
would therefore therefore ask your yur authorization authorizationto authorizaton authorizatonto n
to retain a a leg1 adviser advisr to guide me mewhen meh iv ivI Le e
when h n necessary nlces mry I have hlle already in incurred Incurred Ir I L
curred a L personal persona expenditure expendiure for re reliable rellble r rliable ¬
liable llble legal legl advice adviceI
I believe beleve that during the next net forty fortydays fortycays fort y
13 13das
days cays just sufficient sufcient funds can be col collooted co colcted
looted from past due notes receivable receivableto I e
to pay pa off the unsatisfied unsatsfed balance near nearly neary rJy r ¬
ly y 4000 of the Miller Ier Judgment judgmelt which whichin wha n c
in drawing drwIng S per cent interest and I Inow Inow
now no ask your permission to make such suchcollections sucholectonc am h
collections olectonc and ane pay n off of this lien len now nowencumbering nowncumberlng no
J
encumbering all al the banks real estate estateWith estateih C
With ih no surplus left lef from the notes re receivable recElvable r rceivable C ¬
ceivable cElvable fund after afer paying the Miller Millerjudgment Milh ier ierudgment r
udgment I find that a 10 per cent centeven or oreven orten r
even ten a 5 per cent dividend d can cn never be bepyld bepd 1 1pid
pyld pd without wihout selling selng real estate estte If Ifyou I
you yo should wish me ne e to sell sel the th real es estate e e s ¬
tate kindly designate dig ate the time tie and andmethod andmethod an eed id
method of procedure you desire me mefellow anto to tofellow tofcUov
fellow fellowInvestigation fcUovInvestgation fellowInvestigation
Investigation Investgation by The Herald HeraldEver Herad HeradEver
Ever since this bank went Into the thehands theIands ti lie
hands of the receiver The Herald Hrld has h hI as
1 een trying trlng to get at the facts fact as to toUs toI tolie
Us I condition condi Ion This was done for the thereason theloason ti tie
reason that a number of the depositors depositorswere depositorswere rs
were anxious to know what they the might mightexpect mightxpec mig ht
expect < xpec The depositors deposior were as a rule rulejtople rulelople ru LIe
jtople ople in moderate circumstances chcumstancesIn chcumstancesInm In Inmany
many m cases they were poor and all al their theirlittle theirlttle thE > ir
little lttle savings svings were W re kept in the Schettler Schettlerbank Schetter Schetterbaqk Schettl er
bank Banker Schettler Schetter has maintained maintainedfrom maintainedflom maintain maintainfsom ed
from the first frst that hat he he would pay 100 100tents 100ents I 00 00ot
tents < oh the dollar if he were not notpushed notpushed n npushed ot
pushed too much by the courts and if ifgiven i iSlven ifgiven
given Slven time tme to realize realze fully ful on his real realestate realtate re ftl alcstate
estate tate Receiver Anderson has never neverhad neverhad nev er erhad
had a word to say as to the conditions conditionsas conditons conditonsas nsas ns
as he found them His Hs official ofcial report reportIB rope rt rtis
Is the first frstlnformqton Information he hehas has given to toanyone totnyone toanyone
anyone tnyone Believing Belelng that the tht public publicow Is Isnow isno
now no ow entitled entted to the facts The Herald Herald1as Heraldtas Hera Heralas
las made a thorough to ough inspection inspecton of the thereport thereprt t e ereport
report reprt and the facts are submitted submittedState submited submitedState submittedState
State May ay y Be e Liable LiableMany Liable LiableMany
Many Man of the depositors deposiors have felt for forsome forsom I or ortrpe
some som time tre that much much of their money moneywas moneywas mon eywas ey
was lost but they could not know kow the th thfaNs t he hefats
facts The claim elafmia is strenuously str nuously made madenow madenow ma de denow
now by many of 0 these poor depositors depositorsthat deposiors deposiorstat rs irsthat >
that tat the state of Utah Ut h has made itself itselfliable itself its elf elfliable Jl
liable 1le for all a1 the shortages S hor ge s of the th e bank bankby b ba InkbY1ei Ik nkby
by bY1ei 1pexrmitting tng Mr 11 Schettler chetter to t take takeon t heug ke
h e t if ms m JI ajJ ug
lotfliuoi on O Page 3
J tl
E ENDS NDS HIS LIFE LIFEIN INPOLICE IN INPOLICE
POLICE POLICECOURt POLICECOURtacing COURTFacing COURT COURTlI
I
Facing F Wife and Cursing W Y J JCarrol J JCarrol iCarroll
Carrol Carroll Slashes His Throat ThroatWOMAN ThroatWOMAN ThroatOMAN
tt WOMAN W WS OMAN FALLS IN A SWOON SWOONSHE SWOONSH SWOONHE
S SHE HE HAD BEEN GIVING TESTS TSTIMONY
SH H E GIING TSTI TSTIi TSTIMON t tMONY
i MONY MON AGAINST GANST HIM HIMHIS IM IMI IMHlS H11flt
t I
HIS u ls left leC hand pointed jo oInthd nl tbJeatetnly tbJeatetnlyr threateningly threateninglyf
i I f at his diverted di e wife wife and ma mawords ue uewords a awor
S words wor s you I told tol you OU what whatdo
Id Id do still sti lingering lngeing on o his hi lips lip Wil William WU10m Wilm ¬
liam 10m 11a m J Carroll a drayma 35 3
CarrH drayau 3 jyears jyearsold ea oars oarsd
old ol d slashed his
slaae throat troat twice with 1 t a arazor arnzor azor
razor ra zor in police court at 250 oclock
polce oclok yes yesrday ¬
ye
terday te rday afternoon and five minutes mlnut
terdJ aternon fve later lateruas later lateras lateras
uas as dead dea frpm fr from m loss los of blood blood Death Dathcame Df Deathme
came ca me e to Carroll Ca l before Mrs Mr Carroll
Cal
had hu ha d completely recovered from th thswoon the theswon theflfl
swoon 5 flfl in which she Jhe had h fallen fallenCarrolls fae fallenCarrolls
Carrolls Carls dramatic dmatc selfdestruction selfdestructionoccurred seltdestucUoO seltdestucUoOocurr seltdestructfopcurrOd
occurred ocurr oc just jut after ater Mrs 1I Carroll Cal who whoobtained wh whotained
obtained ob obha tained a divorce divore from him last laCM 1aatIay May
had ha d finished fnishe testifying testfing against galns her he for former fo forer ¬
mer m er husband husbnd who no was wa charged with withabusive wih wihabusive withusive
chag
abusive ab usive
language langage Mrs Irs Carroll Carrollslightly Carrol a aghtly
slightly slghty sli ghtly built bnt woman on whom care cre h 1ia 1iaft 1
left le ft its It imprint imprnt had 11 ad told Police Polce Judge Jud h
C B B Diehl In a voice so low that that she shecould sheuld
could cold co uld bardly be heard hed of the abusive abusivenguage se secold
language la nguage which Carroll Carol had b used usedagainst U usedgainst
against aginst a her She finished fnished her hr teeti teetimony t tsettony
mony m ony and then the court said to the
Sd t
defendant defendat de uDo Do you 3OU wish Ish to ask the thewitness th thwitness
witness w any ay questions questionsCarroll questons questonsCarol questionsCarroll
Carroll Carol arose as from the prisoners Iiner pritioucrench
bench be nch
and staring at the woman woma on onthe onthe S Se
the th e stand scarcely six feet away away said Sld SldNo
No if that woman wants want t to make makethose mk mkthose makeose
those th ose charges against againt me let h her r do doEazor
It I
Eazor azor Beneath eath Shirt ShirtThen Shrt ShirtThen
Then before any anJ of the officers ofC offi ars In ine
the th e court room could divine his
cour rom culd pur purpose purpose punose
pose p ose he reached reched beneath his shirt and andwith andwih
with wih w ith a final fnal curse cure at the womanhe womahe h hd had hadst d
lost los lo st through cruelty cruely and ad a reference refeQc to tos
his hi s oftrepeated orrepete threat to take tke his life lifee
he h e drew the te sharp shar steel acrosshls aroS acrosshlst2iroat hi throat trt
The The T he jugular jular vein was wa severed at die therst
first trt fi rst slash sah Again Agin Carroll Carrol sever cut ct deep into intothe Int intte te
the th e flesh fesh severing severng the carotid catd the prin principal pri prinpal ¬
cipal cpal ci pal higher vertebrate artery arter file HJaarm R filerm
arm an a rm raised rais again but before beore the th knife kni knifeuld e ecould
could co uld reach rah agn his neck nek It slipped slppd from froms
his hi hito s clutch and the man mn reeled reled and fell fellto
to the te floor foor on his side sideEven sideEven sideEven an
Even as he staggered sggered and ad pitched
like lke li ke a log to the floor foor Carroll Caon attempt atempt atempted attemptd
ed e d to take tkp a step In the direction directon of the tlwwitness U theitnes
witness witnes w itnes stand stad HJs Hs warm blood bloodrced was wasforced V
forced fo rced by b his efforts efor in every eveI direction directo directionhe
The T he press table a ad d Prosecuting Proscuting Attor Attorney Attorne Attorey ¬
ney ne n nw ey D O Wllleys Wieys desk dek were sprayed sprayedwith
sryw
with w ith blood bloo bleedCarroll k kCarrolls
Carroll Carol oath oa and what hat so quickly
followed foUowe fo occupied ocupied possibly posibly ten seconds secondsme od6 od6tme
time tme ti me Of the many may physicians hsicas sum summoned sm smmned sumtoned ¬
toned a Dr W Y F Beer <
mned Ber was the flr 1 ftrt t to toarrive torrive
arrive a reaching reching the court room while whilethe wh whthe whilee
the th e man was wa apparently apparent yet alive ah e So Somuch Souch
much m uch blood had been lost lost however bowoverthat howeverbatnotbtng hOAveverthat
that t batnotbtng nothing noting could coud have saved sved hlslife hIsie his life lifeCourt
Court Cou Room Rom in 11 it Confusion Confusion ConfusioLHorrorstricken
Horrorstricken HOIolsticken in the face fac of sue suesudden such suchudden
sue
sudden s violent death the thescore
smiten riolentdeh thesore score or more moreof mONoC
of o r prisoners prisoner and ad spectators spectbrs in the tq court courtroom cO coutS it
room r made mde It i fora tr a time tme the t saaneoJ saaneoJgreat sero serogreat oseneo oseneoreat S
great g reat confusion Court nrken
cnusion was htkn uji ujifor a aor
for f or the day The woman oman whom Carroll Carrollhad Carrollad ao 1J l lhad
had h ad cursea curelay curs lay on the floor toor only a a aeet few fe
feet f eet from the the dying man Any attempt attemptT
at a t raising the latter later only opened wIikK wIikKthe wid wideee
the th e wounds which were wer letting lettng his life Ufeblod lifelood
blood blod b lood out out outAs
As quickly as possible pssible after at m r it had hadbeen ha hadeen
b been bt een ascertained that Carroll Carol was wa dead deadthe deadthe deadhe
t the he morgue wagon was summoned summone Ten Teaminuteg Teelnute
n minuted m lnute after ater the body boy had been re re reoved
moved m oved Mrs r Carroll Carol left polioehead polae pollee he head headuarters
Q quarters quarer q for her home 728 West Wet First Frt FrtSouth Firstouth
South S street to tell tel four little ltUe ones one oneshat
l that the man who had ha lost the rights rightsof risht
of ° f father had taken his life lifeCarroll lifeCarroll I ICarol
Carroll Carol was arrested aresed Monday by b Pa Patrolman Paroirnan
t trolman Charles Chrles Sperry Sper on a warrant warrSnIworn 1 1sworn
s sworn to by Mrs Mr Carroll Carrol On thr thrpreiou three threerevious
previous p occasions ocsions since the couple cupl coupleere
were w ere divorced dioredllay May 12 1 1904 had th thmnn the thean
man m an been In police polce court cour on a charge cbage cbageof chargef
of o f abusive abU ive language langge In each instance instancehad Jltce Jltcehad Instancead
had h ad the charge been be n proved Ca Canrotl CarrpiIad b bhod
had b ad come to be regarded regrde as a partlaiftr partlaiftrinsane pQrtI pQrtIinsne pantiaHynsane
insane insne i nsane by the the police plct department departmentthrough dtmf t3epeztmoetlhrough
through throug t the continued cntnue troubleS trouble5IDt troublehocking troublehockingith eking
with wih w ith his divorced wife wifeTuesday wifeTuea wifeTuesday
Tuesday Tuea afternoon aternoon Carroll Carol entered entered a aplea Ilea
plea p lea of not guilty iy to the charge Cblra el ofusing olsing
using u abusive language langage Hit Hif attitude attitudeat attite attiteat
at a t that tha time tme showed considerable Csdeli Csdelibryado eusidorabLravado
bravado bryado b The case was continued contnue until uPt untilhusday
Thusday T hu husdayDuring a aDuring
During Tuesdays Tedays hearing hering and ad durhtg dune dud dudhe
the t he entire entre time tme of imprisonment imprisment Car e Caroll
roll rol r oll had the razor ror with wih whioh hio hish he ended endedH end endhis S
his h is life concealed in a 8 chamois chamoi bag bl bagwhich
which hung around his neck nec necSent neckSent
Sent Note to Mrs M Carroll Carro1 CarrollTuesday
Tuesday Tueday he is is said sid to have askei akd akdwhether aske4hether
whether w his former wife was wa wa Dros Dr present t tUpon
Upon t r P learning that she was not he h ex e
presed p ressed himelf if as satisf satisfied d 3 irltV wit with tint the thecontnuance theontinuance
continuance contnuance c The following folowm morning morninge I Ihe
he h e asked that a a messenger mesenger boy by be bedispatched beispatched
dispatched d to Mrs M Carroll Carol with wit withote s snote
note n ote The note warned warne the woman womanthat wom4 womanthat
that that she would better beter be preent present at i atThursdays
Thursdays Thursda s hearing closing closingYou Mrttt MrtttYou U UYou
You know what m do ifyou ifYludont ifYludontMr dont don t tMrs
Mrs Mr Carroll Carrol halfdreading haldrcading the or ordeal oreal
deal d eal of going oh on the stand as a a wit witnes witness
ness nes which in the former cases ca she shehad su suhndavoided sluhad
had hndavoided avoided would probably have havenored havi 1 ig ignored
nored Carrolls Carrols request had not He Hebeen skieen ht htbeen
been b een subpoenaed by bythe the court courtBefore courtBefore
Before the case CBie in which she was w t tappear tc to toappear <
appear appef as a complaining complaining witness wites wet waicalled wa wacled wetcalled
called cled Mrs Carroll Carol remained reained hi th tblobby the theobby <
lobby l She was sworn with CarroB Orrol CarroCand
and other witnesses winese when the case Ce Cereched waj wajreached tvaiS S
reached reched rechedBeieve reachedBelieve 5
Believe Beieve Carroll Carol Was Insane Isane IsaneCarols InsaneCarrolls
Carrolls Carols sense snse of the dramatic drma hi hi Mrdesire
desire deire to make his end as a spectaculai spectaculaias speteulal speteulala
as a possible are among the te things thingswhich tln tlnwhlcl thlngiwhich
which whlcl lead the police plce to agree wit witfriends wit It Itfriends
friends of the th family fimly that h h6 commit cmmit cmmitted committed
ted suicide suiide while whie insane Insne InsneBe insaneHe
He laid his plans so that Mrs lrs Car Cr Crrol Carroll
roll rol should be be the means mennsof of his hi qar r rfIng rrying
rying fIng his razor rzor into jail jai unobserved unobv
It I was she who on his request requet4J it ii iidays lew I
days da s ago made m de the chamois chamQlspouchu chamQlspouchuhold pouch pouchhold u
hold the blade This hls bag ba hung hunifltbOl hunifltbOlthe Jb Jbthe abo r
the mans neck easily eRsty escaped 8lcpednoUc 8lcpednoUcof ho notice noticeof tin
of Patrolman Sperry who searched ached the them theman
man m = m carefully ceul before turhlng turflng him hI over OVe overto
to the city ciy jailer jnier jnierCarrols jailerCarrolls
Carrolls Carrols note to his hi former former wife wat wa waworded va vaworded
worded throughout so as to t sugges sugge suggevegeance suggesvengeance
vengeance vegeance if I she did not come come tragtdj t tragedlshe agd agdif
If she did didSince didSince
Since his h wife was granted a a divorce divor divorceCarroll
Carroll had frequently frequenty forced for e his waj wa1Into waifrito
into the home where whee the woman wom8 sup supf sup SU SUnrted
Jrted nrted te the f four t lte little 111 ones nB At A tVi th thtme these thesetimes < V4i
times tme he would take one Of f he chit chitdren chil chitdren
dren on o his knee knee and drawing dr1n his hi ra r rzor razor
zor out of his pocket make as If U Ucut tccut ftcut
cut his throat throat Then turning turing to hh hiswife hhwlff hhwife
wife wlff he would tejl teJ f1 f1would her thit that unles unless she shewould shewould
would square Suare t things he woul woulil kl Idi Idiher
her and take hte hl h own life lfe lfeShowed lifeShowed
Showed Children Chldren the te Razor RazorHe nzpr nzprHp
He often ofen would take the cold cl coj cojout sjee s S
out of Its is caseand ease and whet It it on mshoot hIs ht bool boolthreatening
threatening case his hi divorced wife In th thmeantme Utmeantime
meantime meantme On nearly every oecaslor o lor lorhe
he subjected her to t great getubuse abuse Ii IIJune IiJune
June ag and twice twio since snce then previom previomContinued prevlomEo
Eo nl h lifarrest s1 arrt he hud been arrest arrestContnued arresteConthiued
Continued Contnued on Page 2
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3tght Iffejftt a t street ste for forws ovr ovrWR8 cv cvgot
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rrftsrnoou afteroooti n by her hu huGI 1 ii iiIth9rheels l
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i e er iraiHbMiiil what vhat bad h hi hSJiar ht htI ht < >
SJiar t I kcr week I k in the thf kit kitaucttienly kittsdQ kitI
I aucttienly sdQ appeared appare at n nit Iit I It
it t gaytHe a word he h > walk walkm waIkm s sm
m and ant grabbed gb her b r by tho thotoOBQn th thlmn V VkstIr
kstIr moaey h he e1emayi emanjl j jbr
br toOBQn 1 his grasp gap on onitfC onInt 1 1ti
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lmn rhe hfrymOf hf shoved ShOe nr nor DM 11 n nsiSuIg d drom K KHaaplaiag
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aiwere He K found the smu m meonIned I i ifcv IOIUi
fcv combined OIUi sora 8 sirr sirrwhen r rr rrwbe
when wbe he l saw 0 thvro th thr thrin < r w wIttJt =
1 IttJt 1 in Jt he threw tbrtw it i on ti titiedher t i ielher I Idla
tiedher dla elher backwKrds bCkw s i itutH I Icmmence r rei < > >
tutH ei Sjfce t commenced cmmence f tlgn tlgnWJp ftg i g n I Ihis i ilite
his WJp jjjrln on o her hfT neck neckIf k ini iniMtsrr ld
If Mtsrr 1 han arms s Sho scream Mream Mreamctb avreamta 1 1orite
ta orite ctb would wo an anue anueefad 1 nu u T i iBMtttd
BMtttd tcl efad her A on th t h head fd a at ar aest
est t Wit r from under IJndEr inderZi h tw twB r rIld
B Ild Zi r r He then ten escap e p1 p1aor l ldeor Idoor
door deorren aorren doorron
ren in the House Housej HouseJJ
t j Is I fa doMcaie d u Health n scaithd < lh an antheJ3o a au
d theJ3o u tie J Or r rendered reere tcr te r rr r r5sr
5sr r two t children cUdre the old niude r rold
JJ 6 old o1ore were playing plyfJ In th thTfWent thA thAJe t tldentiy
TfWent ldentiy r d not at bear btir the thems th ths tbearns
Je earns ms s W When her be busbar hUSbaJ hUSbaJJ husbardiid d dltd
ltd his rlren
J htrr crying cryingfough cryingoeigh Iinc IincSk
fough oeigh Sk 9ie f8 house ht iIiuIe he saw uw aw his hisft histe
ft the te for fWor unconscious unconscioussome uuconscttueI nconsioU
I some m of the neighbors n bor fur furn furt firI
t I n wOD wontal < meli seem M i regained r tlnd 101 < on oner n nIJcr
IJcr er wlIoh which she se WZ waa cared caredfec for for
4 to for some sme time tme and W wasa was wasa a
a cl cll c1r c1rvem r story storyere str
I vem > ere r notified N d and Dtertivps DtertivpseJelgh Dtecnp Dtecnpa11J Dctentr Dctentra1eIgk
eJelgh a11J were ee detailed dfla on I t tkmtan tn tnnan I Ia
kmtan nan a wag JU unable to give gtv gtvthe I a athe a
the t man further trhtr than thai thaixtmpiextoned thai V Vftxrmpl
ftxrmpl xtmpiextoned xloned ne and heavy Ia heav heavI n s i ireer Lre
I op rear re of the U t lot his fom fomt f fr fre 1 1lh
e t seen lathe lh La the mud mu and nd srmw srmwid snwjl Sri Srid
id d jumped jl jeimp over OVfr the thf fence f1e f1ethe f re rethe
I the street t He could oe oeytorthcr beter 00fsrtirer
ytorthcr ter a aiki d the th detectives detectivesnothing detttr S Shlng 8r
r nothing ° t hlng te work wok on onralking on ong onrulking
ralking g Night g1t Before Beforeme Beore Beoreme
me home with wt h Ins s fathpr fathprJL fattpr fattprn fat her
JL oclock oeck Thursday TUrdY ni night nightthe nigLtthe iit
i the front gate pt they theyover aw awaver a
aver Q the te fence fce In II th thl < rear rearThey rf rrrliey
They T did di not Rt follow uio hintm hT hin Nrra
tm J a crofs e cross through trough the th iio IOK IOKI to k kaj IiaiL
aj aiL > wf I f the same Sme build as a e t the theMr tIeb tie
i b Mrs Mr StiHeid SC ld and an is b bthe bse t tCe
the Ce same se follow falow Mr Schpni Schpnit Slhll Sh < i it Ib
b ut t the th1 fleowrn IumsLliet tajn c ina inaIng t h a i iiithlng
iithlng Ing In p9re l JIv11 W1 VM thougut thouguttftAinoon thouSlt thouSlte thcaitftejeoon
tftAinoon some e of of the n nlgh nlghaing ncg1en igTi igTiNt
Nt standing aing around au on m the theHftl theer V
Hftl 1 Inter er w a tb t the day Ia y ii iiL tlt 1s 1sa >
a L vacant t hairs bz acros a1 wros s the theW theIrSehfs th thIr
IrSehfs Ir Seh4ds J reldeeee e Tr T TS
S W I kilors > ors had h bc baen bce outside de f fte I Itimes > r rtimes
times te but they t heard heardsaw hta heal 1 1saw
saw W nothing notig t uf f the b man manED m mfD manEDth
ED fD EDth BY ODELL ODELLSupporters ODELLupporlers ODELLupporters
Supporters Claim He HeBe HeBe HeBe
Be Reelected With Withjt Witht With3t
jt 3t I t Opposition OppositionH ppositon
bite H HFom ItFront Prem all al that ran cn cnay cantday
tday day ay it is more mre than ei eie fj eva evaleads
r leads e ds 5 of Senator Ser Deoew tb tbi < io iovonferenoe 0 0nteOWhih
i vonferenoe nteOWhih which was wassrnor wasernor as asar
srnor ar Odtfl Oe and a which Vah met metlte mptcit mettNet
lte city cit at all conclusive conclusivesifiiatie ceU ceUIjat conc1ueimiatie
sifiiatie Ijat today toa in the state stat statemeotlng
1 meeting called cll they said saidiy
fmet1ng fy 1 and proceeding proeing without withoutpuld wlbJlt wlbJltGUld wIthtt
t could GUld net be regarded re as R
tided e idtt effect Uet except e re that t tfitftrely t68eJ V Vcedvely
fitftrely 68eJ that tht former forme p Governor GOfrno1 Govrrbe
fj be regarded reste a 8 as deflnkeiy deflnkeiyithe defnkoi defnkoii defink defink21se
ithe 21se i whole meeting met is said saidcalm Sid s i ihrs
hrs calm c1m and a friendly frendly tone tonetor tnnpto tnn tnntor
to tor r Depews most partisan rartsa rartsak
i DepVs mot Jaisa Jaisawih
k 9 with wih some warmth wth Thor Thort Thf Th ThsL
sL t there tere had b existed exste prior priorejections print pri r rocdons
ejections eton a 8 tactlt ttl consent consentjcSood consnt consentFttood
jcSood t 0 d it It It that tat there tere was to topn t tt i0tjn
pn to t Seator Senator Depew Depw for foron frfiwl
i fiwl afl one on of them thm declared declaredfeBat dead deadt declaretat
I tat t It was the te support supportt uppr of ofrfitends
t 11 rfitends particularly tha thai til tilt
pcuJaiy
i t rof o of New York York that tat had hadTstete hadtis
tis 8 bl biggest et facto factor in the thestate
t3tte Tstete state ticket tcket They felt feltpWs f feltpews lt ltpws
pews pws right in the senate senatey senate senatet senatevolved
y t S 1lve involved as the governor governorS coveror coverorsen governorprseia
I present sen at t the te conference conferencet onferennEe
p t seven sveR of whom whm wer werteletur Wfr Wfrgla werTgis1aur
t Ee Tgis1aur gla teletur ur Of th t seven sevenegtelftture sevenat fen fenlegiture
at legislature legiture present pe t four fourBocgffC fourSeU tourortCet
BocgffC ortCet Senator SeU Depew Depw DapewmWt or onf A
mWt 1 and al two two were 1ere for forunderstood fn fntl fnt
tl t lh understood uneto that t a ma maof mar mart
r rt of t the tie conferees clferH s wire wireS wireoOIcnor
S o oOIcnor nor r Stack Blk When Wo the thebOost
I 1I been r concluded Clued Louis Luis F Ft Fd
4 to t commit emmlt the th party h hI by bya bya
I a a vote vet t b be t taken ad and that thatregarded thearded t tde
regarded arded de as expressing expt ing th tbtie
iti9 I tie state st organization organlzcn This ThisiMr Tb Thk1
IJ k1 iMr Nixon Nion and an Senator Senatoritem Sena Senatorrein tor
item m > feet In vigorous vgorous opposi oppositvexBor opposiwernor
opp
1 tvexBor l Odell Ode promptly prmpty re reobjection TfC TfCobjUn reobjection >
< objection objUn and overruled Qverule rite thaf lla llat ritePRTED
t
f PRTED RTEB RTED I FRIENDS FRIENDSeneGoes FRIENDSn FRIENDSene4Goes
eneGoes n Goes to Boston to t totom
tom 1om Lwsn Lawson Lawson16Colonel
4 16Colonel Colonel Co1l William Wilam C1 C1infcStork Cork C Caeork
infcStork aeork ork who ho last las we W K ac a
ipgjW l W Lawson Lwsn of this thi rtry rtryrjgle M i igrble
I rjgle nble for the recent rent breaK breaKcame brfa hra1trO
111 rO came cm to t Boston Btn today to1V to1Vth todsvat
i at the th Hotel Touraine ToIine b be o oChe flo
Che e nature nture of the theVt stat statbth tat
rf Vt 41 both bth Colonel Conl o Green Greeni Grn Grnbu GreenusaR
usaR i bu but particularly prcularl particularlygewlr by byivho 0
gewlr ivho considered clllde tht t iliattdkme It 3Jr 3Jralsmc Mr
tdkme alsmc itc for th t the r J raid id d ufKin ufKinGrean Ut1n Ut1ntrO upflthji5reen
trO thji5reen Grean Consottd CooH it reed tf d Cop CopgeUior C 0 0t1Q
4 geUior ether t1Q with Wth the marks markstlw matk inarbcuIth t
Qta uIth tlw past n Itew I days teysci a aaiggaat ad
d 4 > suggest Sgget the te piK pElbiUty pElbiUtythe pssloLry pssloLryt3en lbility lbilityIn
t3en In the the two operaU opera operars operarsbhamo or orI > r raino
bhamo aino o known how h01enr h01enrR over overRjed v r rsk1nd
sk1nd R nd t took 00 It pl paee ee ln Col Colad ol olIUned
IUned Rjed ad to Now York on tn tnttols t tIs tt
I t dlils ttols Is atterneon after ifl fr hav havl ha harenee hapoijirence
poijirence l renee with Mr r Lawson law Lawsonrn UawsonEGOB3 on onECORD
rn rnL
L w wECOBD
ECORD EGOB3 > PRICE PBICBIK PRICEmt
mt b IK laStock Stock of the re Nortn NortnimDany Korth1JimnanO Nortlrbtnpany
1JimnanO imDany sold in the curb curbj I rur rurC U r 11 11at
j C jgt at 123 12 the highest price pricet priett
fit tt t stock stpokENTIPIEp stockJDNTIPIED
JDNTIPIED JDNTIPIEDI > ENTIPIEp ENTIPIEpSb
I Sb Dec 16 16The The bo bol bolbay < lr lrgay
gay bay yesterday with a ajiis a ati
ti gas jiis pipe fastened to the thepjje theoe
oe pjje and the pockets pocIcetsL of ofsighted
sighted with stones bar harpE bari
L
i pE that of A H Larson Larsonifhe
3 ifhe 0 Lumber Handlers Handlerswn
wn He disappear disappearits
S its ago The official officialgt offcia1lIt
gt lIt as to whether it ia iaiLiJ Isde
de deljIiL
ljIiL WILL iLiJ ACCEPT ACCEPTSeiHitor ACCEPTI
I iSeaatnr SeiHitor Francis Francisrl FranCiSpisciirnl
pisciirnl rl IS i Said to have haveriad havehad
riad had dOOMed i ifi e ea
a fi t ameiabor ttt taB th5merc
merc coututissLU
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