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iOQD PROGRESS PROGRESSIS
IS BEING MADE MADEGivic MADECivcF MADECivioFederations
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Givic CivcF CivioFederations Federations Being Formed FormedAll FormedAU FormedAll
All Over the World WorldREPORT WorJ WorJt
4 4j1JORT t
REPORT R ORJ OF RALPH M EASLEY EASLEYINTERBTATIONAIi EASLJYt EASLJYDTTERNATIONAL EASLEeU
eU eUflTERNATIONAL t
INTERBTATIONAIi BODY MAY MAYBE MAYBECREATED BE BECREATED BE BECREATED
> CREATED CREATEDNew CREATEDNew CREATEDNew
New Yprk Dec Decl 15 1SThe The creation of ofait o oau
azi international body based on the theiiatlolhal theIat theiatI6ifa1
iiatlolhal Iat civic cl c iederaCion der l n as s It exists existsit ex exd exk3tit
it it preseift iJJesent eset in this thIs country countr dntry was wits fore forested toreIsted foreI
I sted by RalphM RullhMIEllsle Basley chairman chairmanf
I f the flxecutive committee cQ 1mltte in a a re report reJort rePort ¬
port to tlienatlonal the national executive commit committ eommittfe committFe
t tfe e of the th national civic federation at atUie athe atue
Uie he annual meeting meet ng in this city to totay toc3 tocay
cay c3 The meting of the committee committeewns committeewas committeewits
was oxecutlvc and Samuel Gompers Gomperspresident GompersrisIdont
president 1 ald6nt ojf the American Federation Federationof
of c Labor presided Andrew Carnegie Carnegiewas
was as prtsentMr p prtsent JMtSCntMr S nt ntMr
Mr Easley in his report said the themovements thelttovoments thethovement3
movements for the organization of civic civicfederations civIcIt1 civicfdorat1Qmj
federations It1 Qr t1Qni are making good progress progresslit
lit England ElJGl nd France Germany German and Can Canodcu Canadtl Cand9
odcu d9 He believed their success sucC ss might mightlogically mightJulcaJJlead mightJugIcaHyead
logically JulcaJJlead lead to the creation of an in international IntMl11atlonal internationai ¬
ternational bdy to Improve the con condition conMtlon cont1on ¬
dition t1on of wage nge earners and their rela relations relat relatOns ¬
tOns t Ons with employers and to forward forwardeconomic forwardconomlc forwardtconomIe
economic education throughout the theworld theworld theworld
world worldInternational
International Scope ScopeMr Scopelr
Mr lr Baaley Eafle Invited the th consideration considerationoi
oi 0 tbe tbefedaratlon federation to the projected for fornmtion CorIJlntfnll foriiaUw
nmtion of an international Industrial Industrialcommittee IndustrialcJmnl1tte industrialcomndttee
committee in view of the progress in intha Inlho inthe
the formation tot nuUon of International al organi organisation organl7tlon organI7litlOfl ¬
sation of labor and the increasing incl uslng ten tendency tendency tendeney ¬
dency to the internationalization of ofpixfduction ofproduction ofproduction
production pixfductionNever productionNecr productionNever
Never before the report says sayshave sa saysMve s shave
have there been so many evidences evldencasofrh of oft1
t1 rh > 6 growth of a spirit of broad con conwvatism COI8Pratfsm conrvatfsm
wvatism upon the pert of large em employers emItlo empioyers ¬
ployers Itlo ers and upon the part of organized organizedlabor organIzedJabor organIzedIbor
labor It is a significant and encour encouraging ellcouraelnG encouraging ¬
aging sign that from all sides rings a acryfor aClr acry
cryfor cry for ecOnomic ec nomlc education This cry crycomes crywnes cryDmes
comes from the extremists as well as asthe asthe asthe
the conservatives cO lser thes This demand for foreducation foroJucation foretlucatlon
education must be b met The ofganlza ofganlzatibn organizat ogan1zatJDns
tibn t 8 of ofboth both b th labor and capital ca Jt l differ differwidely diflerYldelJ dilTeryJde1y
widely in details They have all been beenlegislated beenIj beenJgis1ated
legislated Ij fsllted against with varying Yar lng de dearses de deot deof
arses of penalty penaltyApprentice penaltyApprentice penaltyApprentice
Apprentice Question QuestionAlluding QuestionAJJudJnG QuestionAlluding
Alluding to the restriction of appren apprentices apprenc05 apprenlces ¬
tices c05 and the efforts to regulate com competition comreLftlol1 cornJL1JtIozl ¬
petition Mr Xr Eatley Ea Uey said saidThe suldI saidThe
I The eternal e rnRI presence lre enee of these ques quesitetis quesSiO quesLiis
itetis Liis SiO o vita Hal to all society and the thel theJrog thelrQgres
l Jrog lrQgres ogress of civiiiztttion Invites the theif thet theJrfrt
if Jrfrt at t Marching and nd devoted study 5tud If
t tney y are insoluble and am irreducable there therentAy thereay there1ay
ntAy ay bt be b found tounc1adJUBtments adjustments that would wouldjrove wouldJrove would1rove
jrove effective so far as they accord accordVtth accordVlth accordWhh
Vtth principles It is for the ascertain ascertainmentof ascertainUHmt ascertainicnt ¬
mentof UHmt icnt I of these principles that the de dejart dej dejivtmeJt
j jart jivtmeJt rtlJleJJt > pe > t of industrial Jndu trJal economics has h s sn
h been < jsn n organized This addition to edu edunttioJMil edulltUaual edutiLtional
nttioJMil agencies should prove the most mostcomprehensive mostc mostcenpvehensive
comprehensive c Pntthen lve and farreaching move moverdon1 mOerl1eqt moverdztt
rdon1 evenJnaugunate eVG jnaugucated foi economic ed educftion dduettlon d duIUo
ucftion ucftionThe uIUo uettlonThe u uThe
The only nIy organized welfare depart departift departJnt departlMht
ift Jnt Mt which deals with the physical physicalcomfort physicalCIJIDtort physicalcoifort
comfort recreation and education of ofemplpyaa of8mplpyes 01empipyes
emplpyaa has received support from L
many omployers according to the re report retort retort ¬
tort of the chairman chairmanM
M I H Vreeland who followed Mr Mrnsley
Kasley nsley eald the
work was practical as aswell aswell a awell
well KS altruistic altruisticLetter a1 altruisticLetter tru Is tic ticLetter
Letter Prom Roosevelt RooseveltThe RooseveltThe
The following letter from rom President
Koosevelt to First Vice President Sam
uel Compare was read to the members
of f the th federation
House Washington D Ii C
Dec 14 1904 904My My I Dear Sir 1 greatly
rqgrot that my m dutieshere do not admit
my m attending atte dlng the annual meeting of
the National Civic FeJeration which
will 11I be hald In New ew York City Cft on
Thursday rnursdnYthe the tith instant But al ¬
though I cannot take part In the con
f flWence jrance or be b present pr aeJt at t dinner r in h con connoction connutton connct1aii
noction therewiUj I am sure you oU un
deratajid that Iumii I 11m h hearty accord
awl sympathy with the t11 purposes urpo es of the
N Nationa tiou tJOI1I l Civic Federation in it its efforts
fo rtbe tabUHhnient e of more rightful rightfulreifitlons rightfulieIatIone I
relations between enipioyers and em employes employea empIGye ¬
ployes It U I a a movement so priUae priUaeworthy priaeworthy prsisew9rthy
worthy and so 0 thoroughly thoroug b American
iotionctption that It akould be a mat
t ter r oC courae receive the earnest sup ¬
port P of otaUood all OOd citizens who wo are awake awaketo
to the vital Un needs of cur nation nationIVawt
TVawR upon economic and ociolog
ieJL problems often oft n differ There can can1s
bt bel1Qeer however no n divJeJan diYJ tn of opinion that
U highest aim of all should be toward towardewtablifihtaff towardestblhshing
ewtablifihtaff lIlihJug onan on aft even closer basis bll ls of ofmutual orJnutual ofmutual
mutual respect and nd friendship trJend blp the ra
lations between e empJoye oyers and work workmen worknMm workinca ¬
men
Much Has Been Done DoneThe DoneJ11e DoneJhe
The men associated in Ui Ute National
Civic Federation have already done donemuch aonelJIuch aoemuch
much la the direction alt direotI ctinOf nof t > f settling labor
dffneuUleo on a basis of conciliation
and just daalinga dAalln
Among those 1oo c most mostprominent mostpromlnen mostpromlnezfl
prominent in this work and largely and
intimately associated Ssocl ted with hh all your yourwork yourwork our ourwork
work WHS the IftteMarcus lt ltw 1rcus A Hnna Hnnasenator l Ifnnasenator nna nnasttnator
senator from Ohio hlo president of the Na National Natinal a atlenal ¬
tional Civic Federation a large em employer emljO emllciyor ¬
ployer ljO for of labor a man of extraordinary
force or e of character lutra ter and great mental mentalHtifength mentals1
I Htifength s1 ngth who whodovoted do devoted voted mueli othte of ohihtIme hIStime hIStimelU4 time timeaiMJ 1
aiMJ efforts tr rt t 18 th ht material Improve Improvement improvemont ¬
mont of th the wagecanerg not only onlywithout I
without Injury to employers but to I
1 WILL WILLAPPEMTOTHE APPEAL PPEAl TO THE
J U tie S SUEMECOUk1 SUEMECOUk1Denver su SUPREME llEMECOUR T
JI JIDenycr
I Denver Dec vAt 4At a meeting t tnight to tonight ¬
night in the t1i office of Milton Smith Smithchairman Sml nith nithehttjrinan h
chairman ch lrman of the Democratic state 3tatecen 3tatecentTal can cantral
tral committee attended by Democrat Democratic ¬
1 ic leaders le ders and attorneys it t was de decided decld d dcided ¬
cided cld d to appeal to the United Un1t d States Statessupreme Stat Staissupreme s ssup
supreme sup me court to review the contempt hontemptproceeding bontemptproceedinga contemptproceedings
proceedings before the Colorado Coloradopreme su supreme supreme ¬
preme court The records are lire nofc ow be being being ¬
ing prepared and attorneys represent representing representing repreenting
ing the Democratic state organization organizationexpect organizationexpect organizationexpect
expect to JeavQ IeaY for Washington withinn within vIthinn
n week weekIMMEDIATE weekIMMEDIATE weekIMMEDIATE
IMMEDIATE TRIAL TRIALURGED TRIALURGED TRIALURGEOFOR
URGED URGEOFOR FOR CLAb CLAbSt CLM3OSt
St Petersburg D Dec ec c 16 6 625 2 a m mThe mThe inThe
j The Novoe Vremya today demands the theimmediate theimmediate theimmediate
immediate trial and complete rehabili rehabilitating rehabilltatingof rehabilitatingof ¬
tating tatingof of Captain Clado and shows showsth showsthvital showstbevital toft toftvital
vital importance of his presence In InParis InParis InParis
Paris as the moat m t important witness witnessbefore witnessbefore witnessbefore
before the international commission on onthe allthe onthe
the North sea incidents incidentsThe IneidenltrThe inoIdenThe
The paper also cotninues its cam campaign campaign campaign ¬
paign In favor of sending the Black Blacksea Blacsea Blaclsea
sea fleet through the Dardanelles DardanellesThe
The Russ prints a long leader argu arguing arguing arguing ¬
ing against this plan on the ground groundof
of the danger to Russia of the free freeentry fr freeentry e een
entry en to of foreign fleets into the Black BlackPOLICY Blacsea Blacksea
sea
POLICY POLICYOFREFORM POLICYOFREFORMCzar OF REFORM REFORMCzar j jCza
Czar Will Issue a Manifesto on His HisName BinName I IName
Name Day DaySt DaySt DaySt
St Petersburg Dec 15 15A A special specialcouncil specl specialcouncil l louncn
council was held this afternoon at atTsarskoeSelo atTsarsltoeSelo atTsarskoeSolo
TsarskoeSelo under Emperor Em eror Nicholas Nicholasa
a which President of the Ministerial MinisterialCouncil MlnisterJalCouncil MinisterialCouncil
Council Wltte Minister of the Interior InteriorSvlatopolkMiraky InteriorSvlatopolkMlrsky IntdriorSviatopolkMirsky
SvlatopolkMiraky and Minister of Jus Justice Ju Jutke Justice ¬
tice Muravleff discussed dlscu 1ed the thequestlon question of ofreforms ofrf ofrforms
reforms rf > orms It is understood thatthe em emperor emperor emperor ¬
peror advised with them on the ques question question iuesion ¬
tion ion of a manifesto which will be pub publishcd pubishcd published
lishcd on Dec 10 on the occasion of his hismajestys h hismajestys
majestys name day This document documentit
it Is i believed outlines a policy of cau cautious cautious ¬
tious conservative reform reformThe reformThe
The St Petersburg Petersburgdouma douma has unan unanimously unanfmously unanImously ¬
imously adopted a resolution similar to totnat tothat
that adopted by the Moscow city coun council couneH councii ¬
cil on Dec 13 in favor of freedom of ofspeech otpeech ofspeech
speech press and travel and an asking for forthe forthe forthe
the abolition of restrictive laws The Thedoumas Thedoumas Thedoumas
doumas voters include many man senators senatorsgeneral senatolsgneral senatorsgcneral
general and privy councillors editors editorsund editorstmd editorsnd
und nd lawyers lawyersStudents lawyel15Students lawyersStudents
Students are distributing a call for formeeting formeetinG fort
t meeting In front of the Kazan ca cathedral 00tledrnl cathedral ¬
thedral on Dec 21 Announcement ia iaexpected isexpected 18expected
expected Saturday of mibilization of ofthe orthe ofthe
the reserves in many provinces pr vlncea on onpec onpecO ogecSOLD Dec
20 O
9O 9OSOLD
SOLD FOR uO000 tOOOOSt uO000St OOOOSt
St Louis Mo Dec 11 1 jJrhe i The contract contractfor contractfor contractfor
for the sale of the property owned by
the Worlds Fair company to a Chicago Chicagowrecking ChicagowreckIng Chicagowrecking
wrecking company for to 450000 was wassigned wa wasIgned wassigned
signed today toda Wrecking of the build bulldinga buUdh1Ss build1iigi
inga wIH begin immediately immediatelyPERTJ immedrntel immedrntele immedrntelPERU immediatelyPERU
e
PERU NEEDS MONEY MONEYLima MONEYLima <
Lima Peru Dec 15 15The The senate senate at ata aH aHa ata
a secret session 8lon yesterday sanctioned sanctionedthe
the governments project for a loan loanwhich loanwhich loanhich
which hich ItIs Itl it is said will be negotiated InT in inthe
the United States for the purchase of ofwar ofval ofwar
war vessels and armament armamentTWO armamenteo armamentTWO
eo eoTWO
TWO DEATHS AT SEA SEASan SEASan A ASan
San Francisco Dec i5 15 15The The tr trans transport i iport
port Sheridan Sherldanbrought brought the bodies of ofseventy ofseenty ofseventy
seventy deceased soldiers and exani exaniployes exomplo exemployes
ployes plo es from the Philippines Two Twodeaths Twodeaths Twedeaths
deaths occurred In < < in the way from Ma Manila Manlla Maiiila ¬
nila Miss Nellie OHare a school schoolteacher schooltoocher schoolteacher
teacher whose who e home was hii 111 Cedar CedarRapids CedarRapIds CedgiRapids
Rapids la and who had been in the thePhilippines thtphilippines
Philippines a year died on the trans transport transport transport ¬
port on Nov 19 of beri ben She board boarded boarded boarded >
ed the Sheridan at Manila in ill health healthThe healthThe
The other death was that of James JamesMatthews Jnm Jnm1atthews
Matthews an exsoldier and employe employeof emplOyof
of the quartermasters department who
died of pneum6ma pneum6 pneum Ia on Nov No 30 O
their marked arked benefit benefit as well as as a to t the thebenefit thebenefIt
benefit of the people pe ple generally When Then
he attended the last meeting of your yourbody rourbod
body bod his condition was wa such that less lessconsideration lessconsideration lessconsideration
consideration of the interests of others otherswould otherswould otherswould
would have prompted him to havstayed hllvPstayed have havestayed <
stayed stayed away in the interests of his hisown hisown hi hiown
own life and health But when he saw sawwhat saww11at sawwhat
what lie deemed a high duty he never neverpaid neverpaid neverpaid
paid any heed to his own physical ph sIcal wel welfare welfare weifare ¬
fare fareYou
You are about to elect a president to tofill tofill tofill
fill the vacancy caused by his death deathand d deathand ath athand
and I am sure your oU1 wise wis judgment will willenable wiUenable willenable
enable you to choose some man able to tocarry tocalry tocarry
carry on in his spirit and with his pow power PWer pewer ¬
er the great work of your association associationAgain aeaocIaUonAgain aeociatIonAgain
Again permit me to assure aS UFe you of ofmy ofmy ofmy
my entire sympathy with your organ organization organization organizatlon ¬
ization which has done so 0 much muc and andwhich andwhich andwhich
which if rightfully conducted will I Iam Iam Iam
am confident achieve HO much more In Inxhe inthe Inthe
the Jnteiests of the people of our com common COntmon cornmen ¬
mon country countryBurnetts countryBurnetts
II IIBurnetts b
Burnetts Vanilla Extract ExtractIs
Is the best and the best is none loo loogood 100ood loDgood
good ood for your our food and drink Insist Insiston
on havlug havh g Burnetts BurnettsWould BurnettsWould BurnettsWould
Would Be a Freak IreakPittsburg FreakP1U5burg FreakPittburg
< Pittsburg Post PostNo PostNo PostNo
No declared decl8 red the accused actrcfs aClr m IC ICacwrltted if ifacquitted iaCQIltt
acquitted < I shall not go 0 on the tl1 stage stageagain staseagain stageagain
again Neither shall 1 iecturc lecture nor write writea writeWhy
a book bookWhy bookWhy
Why should I continued shOo with an anaffable anatfnblt anaffnble
affable smjle when by not icing so 0 1 Ican 1an 1can
can an own a great reRt deal more monoy as a a alopliner alOJlIner atopliner
lopliner In i a freak museum museumMoscow musQumWILL museumee
ee eeWILL
WILL SELL BOOKS OHEAPrOJ5CQ CHEAP CHEAPloeow
Moscow rOJ5CQ Dec 16 lijCoJJnt Count Tolstoi has hasopened bjJSo busopened
opened o ened book stores fttOI s here he and nd at St StPeteraburg StPetersburg
Petersburg and nnqi is offering to provide providevillage piQvidevilJage providevillage
village libraries with books at cheap
II ices
In InW InI
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LI I TEHOSAPHAT jEHOSAPHATlOV TEHOSAPHATTliow HOSAPIIAT < J JlQv
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Tliow lQv can cali you stand Vihege Vihegeibiting f0th6 f0th6lbiti hcse hcseibidig
ibiting lbiti fg breezelets without am amH i1 i1H i1 i1LI
H S M I overcoat Tie Thlemercury Th Thmercury Tiemercury
mercury is liable to go cleaii cleaIc cleaiiout cl adL adLOut
c out osight any day and catcji catcjiyou caisyou
you on the run Dont wait waitday waitf
f a day longer Come in in here heretoday herei heretoday
a i today and get fitted i in in agaj agajment a garr T Tment
i ment befitting beIttin the season seasonRICHARDSON sea seasonR4HARDSON n
RICHARDSON R4 HARDSON ADAMS ADAMSA
< < A Clothes Shop S op for Men Menat Menat MenT1IS
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47a g Main 11 ain Street S Stre tr e et t tt
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fSCHtTlWBftSK fSCHtTlWBftSKContinued tSCHT 1 SCIIETTLER J ER BANK
Ftf >
FtfffNj ffNj fNSO LVE4Nf
1 1tco
tco Continued i1 ed from trom Parga P Pr 3 3olfr jvTa L Lurn
urn people iJ1 iniriunycas3 m ny as s oldwomen oldwomenwhen oldwomeflwhen n nwhen
when his own sworn statements show showundeniably sh showtndeniably w wlndcnlably
undeniably that the bank was insol insolvent Insolvent madVent ¬
vent that its < capital was not only im impaired imJaJred Imlairedbut ¬
paired lairedbut but entirely wiped out that no nocnk
bank cnk could 4 > carry 7000 in expenses expensespaid expensesPaid expensespaid
paid out andjiever an inever to toreturn return as an as asset lSs asset ¬
set s t when the entire capital stock of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the bank was but 5000 The state statePients stateptcnts statePents
Pients of the bank for years ears showed showedthat showedthat
that the expenses carried as an asset assetwere ass assetVEre t tW
were W re at least 2300 greater than the thecapital thecapital thecapita1
capital as shown by byhis his his published bank bankstatement bankI bankstatement
statement in the th Deseret News of Sept
I 16 1904 and that this capital stock had
thus been b en much more than wiped wi > edout edoutD out outDepositors outDepositors
Depositors D positors may Sue State StateSome StateSome StateSome
Some of the depositors depo dtors are already are dy
moving In the th direction dlr cUon of an organiza
tion to take the matter into the courts courtsand courtsnnd courtsand
and fasten the responsibility upon the thestate thes theslate
state s ate if possible If they succeed in
this movement Utah may have 40000 40000Or 4000IJor
or 50000 to pay pa as a result of the fall falltre taUtre failvre
tre of B B H Schettler banker
Others of the depositors are inclined
to move against Mr Schettler S himself himst > IC
The records re ords show that he deeded valU valUable v valuable lU lUable
able real estate m the city to his three threeuives threen
uives n Ives some of it as late as May last
Advised that deeds will not stand If Ifmade Itrllade Ifrirade
made after the person deeding has be became beccme becirie ¬
came insolvent the depositors are In Incljned Ip
dined to take the matter into court courtiith
iith 1th the object in view of having this thisreal thisreal thisreal
real estate returned and made a part partof partOf partof
of the assets of the bank If this move movement movemfntlS movementis ¬
ment mentis Js made it will be made b br a num ¬
ber of the depositors banded together
In the theproperty property in question Is Included inclu ed
the corner of Brigham and C street the thevalue Ulealue tlztaIue
value of which is estimated at 40000 40000Analysis 40000Analysis 40000Analysis
Analysis of Assets AssetsIn
In order to give the tl1edepQSitors depositorsand dep sitors and L
the people peopleJn peopleJngeceral 4n general en Idea of what whats
is i s to be expecteda expected a brief analysis of
the t he assets will not be without profit In
the beginning It maybe may be e said the re report report report ¬
port shows that the amount turned turnedover turnedover L Lover
over to Receiver Anderson when he I
took charge of the bank was 17105
In addition to this thisth th tho State Bank of I I
Utah turned over o er 94793 on deposit
there by b bl the Schettler bank I IThe
The first Item In the real estate as assets assets assets ¬
sets ig 76059 60 9 the valuation placed by
the bank on two Garden City lots three threemiles threemiles threemiles
miles west of theJordan the Jordan river The Theactual Theactunl Theactual
actual value of these lots is about 5 5apiece 5apiece i iapiece
apiece real estate men say sa saThe
Thesecond The second Jtem tem Is the John Mooney ioone
land valued at 34265 This may maybe maybeworth be beworth bcworth
worth 50 Next Is the Lindsay Stevens r
house on Fourth street between 0 and andP andP an anP I rI
P streets atreetsand and 26x5 rods of ground It Itwas Itwas IIas
was as valued by b the bank at 22il5S A
fair valuation would be 1400 1400 or 1500
The next is the John Morgan property
two houses at Fifth and K streets streE > ts and and55x165 and55x165 am I
55x165 feet of ground This Is valued by b bthe r Ir
the bank at 156658 This is subject subjecttp r
tp a life lease to John Morgan and andwife andwife am amwifeand I rI
wife wifeand and is in litigation litigationThe IiUgrtionT1e litigationThe
The next n xt item Is the Richard Duerden L
land five acres acres at South Bountiful Bountifulvalued BeunUfuIv Bountifulvalued
valued v lued by b the bank at 112202 A fair fairvaluation fahaluaUon fairvaluation
valuation would be 400 The next item I
Is the James NicoIJohn Morgan Jarm Jarmnear farailear arm armnear
near Murray lurra containing two o acres and anda an ana
a 1maJl mall house carried by the bank at atJ at t ti0205I
103051 J aO l Being directly dlreell under the th thme1ter
smejter fumes fum Its Value valuels is unknown unknownTlieMillard unknownThe unknournTte
TlieMillard The Millard corner Band B and Second Secondstreets Secondstreeli I
streets streeli is the next item containing 4x6 4x6rods 4x6rods 4x1rods i Ii
rods carried by the t tJi bank at 540552 540552worth 54055worth 540552worth
worth 4000 4000The 4000The 4000The
The next item Is the Cottam ho hOlse ise
618 West NOrth N rth Temple street 46 hopseC l5x 1 15 5x C
165 feet carried by the bank at 316195 i161 5
fair valua YaJuttf ioji f OQQ Q J i iThe
The M J Eilson place ilae 326 fftreet fftreeta l 1treetL str et eta
a sevenroom house and 2JxlO rods of ofground orground o ogromui L
ground Is valued by b the bank at 4000 4000It 4000It 400Qit
It may yield Ield this amount amountFive amountFJve amountFive
Five FJve lots in White VhlteSouth South Salt Lake Lakeaddition Lakeaddition Lab Labaddition
addition carried by b the bank at 1
56683 are worth perhaps 600
This Property Heavily Mortgaged MortgagedThe rortgagedThe
The Irene L3Jjghani L fighm house 3S1 J Jstreet Jstreet Jstreet
street four rooms and S 2hxlO fxlO rods Is Isanother Isanother Isanother
another asset Thls hls property pr perty is carried carriedby carrfedby carriedby
by the bank at 64190 It is subject to toa toa toa
a mortgage of 1000 held by b the United UnitedStates UnlterlStates UnitedStates
States Mortgage Iortgag Trut company and andtwo andtwo andtwo
two notes notetto of Jrane Schettle S hetUel Allen Allenaggregating Allenaggregating I n naggreG
aggregating aggreG tfng tl tlBUO tlBUOThe USLSOThe lSO lSOThe
The James B Reid place 220 M North NorthNinth NorthNinth NorthNinth
Ninth West street was Va wa carried by the thebank th thbank thebank
bank at 670 Reid Is paying lng for this thison thison thison
on the installment plan planA planA planA
A lot in White South Salt alt Lake addi addition add addUon addltion ¬
tion carried earriedby by b the bank at at3t441 at3t441would 31441 31441would 31441would
would sell for 100 100The 100The 100The
The next item Is the Eliza Croxall Croxallplace Croxall1lacc Croxalllace
place lace 323 South First West rest street Th Tht Thtbank Ti Tibank j jbank
bank claims title to a onefifth interest interestIn
In thij propertyand property and values Its interest interestat
at 1000 It might sell for 600 600Property 600Property 600Property
Property Deeded to Receiver KeceiverAll I
All the above described des rlbed property was wascarried wascarried wascarried
carried in the name of Ernest F Schet Schettler Schettler Sehettier ¬
tler until deeded to R RJ R Anderson Andersonreceiver Ander Afldersonreceiver mn mnreceiver
receiver for B H Schettler The same sameaction sameaction sameaction
action was wa taken as to the following followingwhich foUowihgwhich followingwhich
which stood In the name of B H HSchettler HSchettler HSchettler
Schettler SchettlerThe SchettlerThe SchettlerThe
The first item is the old Archie Liv Livingston LiIngston LivIngaton ¬
ingston place It rents ror 4 a month monthIt
It is carried on the bank books as an anasset anasset anasset
asset w worth rth 137555 and Is actually actuallyworth artuo1lyworth atuailyworth
worth perhaps 2500 It Is on n Fifth FifthBast FlthEast F1hBast
Bast street between South Temple TomI i twtj twtjmrst t9iIPirat vl vlFirst
First South streets 50xJ30 feet sobjfct sobjfctto
to the citys right of way ror a m iaiib iaiibNext ul ulNext 11Next
Next ig i the Draper bench dry dfyeighty iind iindeighty i nd ndolght
eighty acres valued by the 11l ltnit finl nit at
162797 It has no known value valueThe valueThe valueThe
The next Item is the east t half of f tLe tLeold tleold tl1eold
old Dunford home 132 13 Wes South SouthTemple StlttTO SRtiTemple
Temple TO ple street tre t 28xlG5 fe fet > t vain ulu d a fry frythebank tythe bythebank
thebank the bank at 932059 VI itr refits JHS fr rr10 rr10a 10 10a 10a
a montK iolu A falrv fatrv fatr valuation r ltJn would i5e i5eabout 1Seaboutt60 leabout
about aboutt60 160 it t foot footThe tootThe footThe
The old blacksmith shop lot ir tie tt 1 e
Fifth ward 33x140 Mrr arrf M t by bythe bythe bythe
the bank at at11 117183 1S3 rents nmtsJfT for 4 tmonth a amonth itmonth
month It might bring J 0 0The OThe 0The
The next nextl is the theanplt Sanpatft Sanpet 111 1Um rm be between between between ¬
tween Moroni and Fwstl Fr Frledtfl Ja > nri n 1IN 20 jures jurescarried tc p1 1 rev revcarried Sr Srcaried
carried caried by tHe bank at otfrGi 6 Gt The Thevalue Thevalue Thevalue
value is unknown Such land llt is i isered armid armidered CJ
ered worth 250 or at t the th most S2 IIacre r t n nacre nacrp
acre acrp acrpI acreEight
r
j I Eight lots In the 11e A A J White hlte Suh SuhSalt 8 SuhSalt h hSaI
Salt SaI Lake addition additon are earned crne at
18201 83201 Lots Lot in that tat vl vigmity nuty are Bil II IIing illug ¬
ling lug for 109 or 125 125The i25The 5 j
f The Clute land lan bet hetuoea swea e Tenth re11t ind indEleventh tr1dEleve4tl1 nt
Eleventh South 5thon Smthon on JTnijith hh 1t 3 bHt bHt8t ft ftstreet
street 8t et facing Emerson Emerso av avnue ue I it40 it40feej Ms M Mfeej
feej fee is carriedat carried ft it 204178 0478 Flv FI htr htrUutton 11 hi hidred r rdrad
drad doUarS doliars would be n a reason1iI reasonlbl vl vli VtiiUttiton
i Uutton UuttonI UttitonThe aHonI
I I The next n xt Item Is 1 one of 206 o OJ n ni nCarlsbad nCarlsbad
i Carlsbad N NM M alued by the bank at
368023 The he taxes on this property propertywere ror rt rtwere
I were 380 a as shown by the r repwt pt 1 in indlcating
I dlcating abouts dia aboutsI aboutsNext tnga a total value of ofabouts WO < 0 01 oj tlCJ tlivie tlivieabouts e eabouts
1 I Next is the Elizabeth EHzabetl Barney Burnl pJce pJeI
I 40 Church Churc street an old irame iranu ranie t treom ifcht ifchtl I bt btt
l t room hou hOUJe houie e valued at 213104 2 St4 It Itf may maysell iiii iiiisell >
sell sel for 2250 2250The 2250The 2250The
f The Hiskey lots on tat t tSOj tet ire rrenext irenext re renext
next They Thevare are on on Fourth FOurt South vte vtetween J 1e 1etween
tween Eighth Ei th and Ninth Nlnt11Vet Wes Ve slr IhH IhHand fl fliand
I I and 1 are caried carylecl at 1 1QS712 lOSU2 flO 1O T Thy i otiir otiirsell Jnay JnaysefI 3riysell
sell sefI for half h lt that ambuftt ambufttAnother amoubtAnother amoufitAnother
Another piece of property proptrt was WcS Ji 1 the thei the1am theame
i 1am ame of Q Mary M f Schettler SthetUer and c was wasconveyedbr wnecOlv wasceiiveyec1
conveyedbr cOlv ceiiveyec1 yel b deed d d to the ecIve ec ive It Itwas Itwas Itwas
was half hat a lot at A and Fourth Fburh streets5x10 stree stree5xl0 streets streetp5x10
5x10 rods carried caried by the bank bak at 65 G5O G5OI 6500 6500It < JO JOIt
It I might mtg t sell Eel for 4000 4000Moneyloaned 4000Money 4000Money
Moneyloaned Money Loan Loaned d to Himself HimselfUnder Hiself HimselfUnder I Irnder
Under Notes Receivable secured Frured I
by deeds dEeds there is 350066 3M65 Under the thohead thehead
head of vnotes note secured seculec1 by b nvrtgagos nvrtgagosor mcttgago mcttgagoor
or deeds of cit trl trust there ig htSl94275 194275 Un ¬
der the head qf Wnotes notes secured secure by col collateral colIateral collateral ¬
lateral Iateral or chattel chatW mortgages mortlaGo there is I
ble 183745 185 Much MucJ iot this Is uncoileota Uncoeot
bleThe
The h hp sjljpshod sIpshodmethods methods lhodf pt thebank the bank are
illustrated l srte In the t1e Jvse Ifl1ge sge number numbernotes f fnotes
notes outstanding outstnding not secured cured in any anymanner anymanner anymanner
manner The total of these theae included
in the the assets Is lt 1t55813 > 55813 5 813 Among these theseIs
Is one note not of B H HSchetUer Schettler for 5 COO QQ
dat dated a Fe Feb 2 15014 Th TllIe f is isnqe a np Ur Urn9tlp
n9tlp nqe p 1 j t15q1 H tn r Ic < Jpr for JiQ
ted in1 l I IOl j
Ol t b a H5 J nf n th r
11
I AlIlUSt AUST BELMONT BELMONTSUCCEEDS
i iSUCCEEDS
SUCCEEDSHANNA SUCCEEDSHANNAvJ SUCCEEDS HANNA MANNAElected
vJ 5 ifr
< v i <
Elected Presidentjf Pres ent f the Civic CivicFederation CivicFederaton CivicF
Federation FederationCARNEGIE Federaton FederatonCAR F der tion tionCARNEWEENF
CARNEGIE CAR CARNEWEENF N E I E SENT AN ADDRESS ADDRESSSHOKT D ESS ESSJ ESSSHORT
EtlANAD J
SHORT SPEECHES SPE t CS AT ANNUAL ANNUALNew ANNUALt
DnER DnERr DINNER DINNERe
r
New e York York Dec Pee J5 August ulustBelmont ulustBelmontwa Belmont Belmontwas Belmontwas
was wa tonight elected Ie t president reside t of the theI te teNatonal theNational
I National Natonal Civic ClvJcterUol federation to succeed succeedthe succeedhe succeedthe
the he late Senator SenatorHfra Senatorflanria H > rnna The election electiontook electon electontook electiontook
took place at the dhinfcr d dnnof nn bf the Nation NaHoal National
I al Civic < h1Ic Federation Federato which whl h was wa held at atthe atthe atthe
the Park AVenueji yenueBhbteL nu tel The Theother other of officers offcers officers ¬
ficers fcers chosen chcen were wereI wereFirst vereFirst
I First vice president re resIdnt l t Samuel Gom Gompers Gompers Gompers
pers second vice v e president Oscar S SI SStrus SStnaus
I Stsaus chairmaTrof chalrm of the Ways a s and andmeans andm andmeans
means m ans committee comlit e Henry Phipps
treasurer trrasurer Charles A Moore chairman chairmane1fare
welfare e1fare department Q p rt ent J H Hchairmantrade Vreeland Vreelandchairman Vreelandcairmantrade
chairman cairmantrade chairmantrade trade committee Francis L
Bobbins Robbfa and John Mitphell l1tchel chairman chairmanexecutive chairmanexecutve chairmanexecutive
executive executve council counci Ralph M I Easley EasIe EasIese
secretary se retary Samuel B B Donnelly Donnel
The dinner dnner was wasaHended attended by y 270 mem ¬
bers b ber rs of the federation tederaton Samuel 1amuel Gom Gompers Gompers Gornpers
pers acted cted as toastmaster toastmaster Mr r Gom Gompera Gomper Gornpera
pera per said that labor laborlad had found out
through thr ugh the Civic Federation that em employers ¬
ployers ployer are not the the modern monsters monsterswfciqhthey
wfciqhthey hiqhthey Ich he used to topi picture pl ture in the past pat
He He said afd he welcomed v lc med advisedly for
labor which he represented the organ ¬
izationswith iztionswlh the he employers employersCarnegie employersCarege employersCarnegio orgn
Carnegie Carege Address Read ReadAndrew BeadAiidrew ead eadAidrew
Andrew Aidrew Carnegie Car gl who wh was ia unable to
be present because of illhealth Uhealh sent sentan sentan sentan
an address whichwas which was read in which
I he said saidIA saidAtrtaras saidAsaras
IA Atrtaras far as the largest r t manufactories manur ctorJes ctorJesanal p pandi
i and anal mines tJne are J < concerne4 conc think the theGre thegreat
i great Gre t cprpot corporationengagedfn cppoMthin t n rgg riigediila t1e f a dispute disputewith flsp tsp te tewih iewith
with wih ifcj lf ifhmeamaksb me maksv mak s a mfstak mrst mrstak1f I Jt it itadopts > it itadopts
adopts the policyor Uci r h yen nconsl considers r It Itof i Itof j
of of running the works w rk with wih new men
First Firt the best be t workmen w woikrnen kmen ae a ar not idle idlej Idleand idleand
j and to employ em lo Jfe the o OAY iy class that can can ari
be b obtaned obtained is to iSyfche l tthe caf fduadatlon 1 1datlon of ofeerlous otserIous olserious
serIous future futre trpuble > t It 4nesrnot l s not pay pa
to lose a body of Q excellent t workmen workmenand wrrkrnenand v rkmen rkmenand
and sober r resp spejai3le le ceuer men so to em empipy emjlpythe emplpythe i
pipy jlpythe plpythe the cjasa Jas o oorkrnenwbeses orkmen whqee e serv ¬
ices Ice can cknhe6btdIied n befibtamed p 6bi or1orkmen 4 to tQItt t flirthelr ftllh wh iplae irplaces places ser I
There Ig I another ponsideratlOn sonsldertJm onsid ratIon of much muchweight mucheJGht muchwe1ght
weight eJGht Justinproportionthat u8t lpro rton that the theworkman theworkman thcworkman
workman Js Is earnest earest and ard ejTipient e ei clent Ient la I
his 11s prtdV Pr prid 3 inhis lP n lis Is Typrk rJ Tb o compel cQmpel him I
to stand ftand jjy Ypn yrtnc1Jsb andJJsejJ s anoutsider r al almostr almost almost
most suie l s ie to be behlh his 11 Inferior Infrur ousJf both as asworkman asworkman a I Iworkman
workman and as man take his place
Is to subject him hini hint tpxi t < trial he should i
be spared spard That Tat the support of his hiswife hi I
wife Ife and 5 children ch1dren depends dcpetds upon his 3
labor of which he b is deprived depred by an another anoth another ¬
other oth r is the most rnosecrciat1ng excruciating cuclaUng thought thoughtof
of f all This is a trial tral to which no noworkman noworkman ncworkman
workman should 6hC1l bS b f subjected subjectedWould s5bjectedWould u1 ected ectedWoud
Woud Would losefby Lose by Change ChangeEven Qhnge QhngeEen ChangeEven
Even when the th employer succeeds I
in running his work with wit new men his hisVictory I
Victory Jctor ic ry is 18ea isxeafly really judaeaj a4eCeaJ Efe i me wiUwj wlIW yllIdi1J
timately tmately timat ly lose l la s mbre tor nir bythe b the change charge than
he hp would would have ha IbsT s had he patiently patientlyawaited iatenU patientl3awaited t
awaited a settlement settement with his old oldmen oldmen i imen
men
menArchbishop Archbishop rchbishop Jreiandisaid Irel IreIhjids sld id in part partI parthave
I have have supreme tl f faith ith th in America
had if any social soIal seciahqkestion qiiestlon g es lon cannot cannotsohe be beaoly
aoly sohe lutonanywhere lutonanywhereSomeUme lutlon anywheie anywheieSometimes 1p In Amera4sDaJ m S1 j o rl8 its so solutonanywhere solutlon
SomeUme Sometimes the the Quoton ourstion Is asked askedw1lth aske I
w1lth bith r e are dritng drifting tn America AmericnFrom
From m my kowledg kowledgf r the laborer iaborers or 0 0America
America I have not met t far
Ameria 50 r a ren renaee men mensee
see of anarchy If there were
danger of this wild wId socialism socalsm it I comes comesfrom comesfrom comesfrom
from those who are not Industrious Industrous and andwho andwho andwho
who do not respect rCpect themselves themselvesAugust themselvAugst themselvehAugust
August Augst Belmont Belnont sajd said in part partThis partThis partThis
This company typifies t plfies the great greatdemocratic Greatdemocatc greatdemocratic
democratic democatc idea of ot o cooperation ooeraton be between between ¬
tween citizens ritzens in alf al all walks walks gf f life lfe that thatIn thatin
In 11 the end en Ih 1 beHermentjQf 1 erm n l Al all so society soci socioty ¬
ciety ci ty maybeattained maybe tl idtahed idtahedthe id IrinSfij IJJ L Vaea Vaeathtj
cea ceatht
the tht bettermenr beterHmtlt betteriientbttthl fsiiV l soc0ty lb = JL Krithe t e In Inspiration Infplr Inspiration ¬
spiration fplr ton of the Ci CiVe lc Federation Federatou It Itaims I Itaims
aims to bring together citizens dtze s of every everyvocation cveryvocatonai everyvocationall
vocation vocatonai vocationall all who togEtht at a Interested In life lifeliberty lfe lfelbert lifeliberty
liberty lbert and the pursuitof puriJtJtof happiness so soby soby soIf
by by united effort efort it niay niayh bf bossible possible to toImprove toimprove
Improve the tUeeturnrbeten returns1 turn bet betxve < n the so socalled 50cnled socIed
called employer and an4 an employed employedJohn emplQYeJUhn employedJohn
John Mitchell lUtQel MltdbeIl amiPresident an anjiPresident PleSident Eliot Et Eli t of ofHarvard ofHarvard ofHarvard
Harvard pbke p le brje brli bxlPARTISANOFALEXIEFF > > i iPARTISAN 7
t tPART1SAN
PARTISAN PARTISANOFALEXIEFF PARTISANOFALEXIEFFSignificance OFALEX1EFF OFALEX1EFFSignificance OF ALEXIEfF ALEXIEfFSignifcance
Significance Signifcance of Appointment Appointent of Bezp Bezpbrazoff Bezebrazoff e ebrqzof
brazoff brazoffSt brqzof
St PetersburgDec Petersbur1 PetersburD Dec c 15 15Vj 15Vie Vic Admiral AdmiralBezobrazoffs AdmiralBeobrazots AdmiralBezobrazoffs
Bezobrazoffs Beobrazots appointment apointm nt as s tempo temporary temporary ¬
rary chief of tjhe te naval staff st t has no nospecial nopecial nopeciaI
special significance 5i nlfMnce except e ± cept in n the fact factthat factthat
that he is a partisan partsanof of Admiral Alex Alexlef Alex10Cr
leff lef recently r iecentlyviceroy cently viceroy of the far east eastVice
Vice Admiral WIrenlus W Irenfus does not rank rankhigh
high enough to o replace cocs Rojestvensky Rjestven kY I IIn
In the naval stafp tfC for or a long period periodadmiralty p periodThe riod riodThc
Thc Associated Zfra Jearn learns that the theadmiralty theadmiralty
admiralty has hasn hasnofritntionof no intentionof frt n ionot court courtmartlaling courtmartQUng courtmartialing
martlaling martQUng Captain jGladci lqd1 lad1l who practi practically praot praoticafly ¬
cally n has decided deided that Uat he shall ha1be be held heldhere heldhere heldhere
here and not permitted permlt d to go to Paris Paristo Paristo Paristo
to testify testfy before the International InternationalNorth Internatonal InternatonalNorth InternationalNorth
North sea commission commissionAdmjral commlaslonAdiral commissionAdmiral
Admiral Adiral KanazakofT anuakof who will wi rep represent r represent p preent ¬
resent reent Russia on the North sea com commossion commossJoJ commossion
mossion mossJoJ will wJ be given iien en an in audience audiencehis a pJen ien e evlt eitb
vlt itb the r empetor I e qr pi4or l to tol5
his l5 tB departure dep dprtureifor rtur for or Paris p 5pf 1 rO
I VGIVEN GIVEN AN AI OVATION OVATIONLondon v TON TONnDec
London LondonDec nDec Dec 15 lSEleanor 15Eleanor Eleanor Hobsons HobsonsTarewelHpejnfocmanoeJri R bsons
TarewelHpejnfocmanoeJri Ifrewrlhp or cefri Iii Merely M rely Mary
Ann 41 at at the he Duke of Yorks theatre theatretonight teatre teatretonighf theatretonight
tonight tonight Was sas the occasion o caston of cf a i remark remarkable remarkbl remarkable ¬
able bl oVation ovat n to the American Americ n actress actressjThe actres actressfrhe
jThe 1he apdlence P9 IQe refused retuE d to be satisfied satisfiedwithout satisfiedwithout atsfed atsfedwihout
without wihout a1 a1speech a speech speechEaqh sp speechEach c cEach
Each of these thesp notes way to o run rU Cx Cxmonths s smonths
months There Tlere was another note pf 0 u40 > 40
by Irerf > Schettler S h tt r Allen t to rn run O Oyears oyearn
years Irerf fr trPJ frppi m JVly faY S L 1803 Thereis WI WIother in inother i iother
other nqle nt upe > of Joseph JoseVh G Jacpbs Jnc9 s for Cr
2000 dlRedsFefa dl difted d Feb e 8 1893 to tor run runyears uvl uvlyears h 3 3yearh
years yearh TJliere he re Is another noter note ot r rman Hw H J
man GwSch G Schettler lter for 225 dated Nov N v
24 1900 to run mn one year yearThe yearThe yearThe
The aggregate of these the p notes is UO 10 10ie5
285 26 and nd In all al probability very littii littiiCan littscan t
Can be collected collectedIn cOleed cOleedIn
In the asasts as t lis iI is carried an Hem i r vf vf42p295 f
42p295 a Judgment udg nt against gal19t C W V Al Aldroch AIdrnch Aldraeh
droch R L LBrItonaht BrJtton ahd V7 H Rcwf RcwfThis Rr Ren RenThis
This has no value whatever it is bc bcllevod bl b bhievod
llevod levcd y yStqcks i iStqck
Stqcks Stqck Have Have iLttle Value ValueUnder ValuetJ1per ValuelJp1lw
Under lJp1lw the head l eid of stocks stoc iand s and inc ancbond incbond mc
bond bQld tJ1per is carried caried one Utah Light LightPower vs vsPower uPower
Power company ompan bond as worth 5i0 5i0and 30 30and O Oald
and ald twenty te ty shares of stock tcl a n 5000 5000mpre 500 500mQre i
more The Tle total value valpcmisht might be bepIaN bepIaNat placJl placJlat
at 1500 500 500Twentyfive 500Twentyfive
Twentyfive Twentyfve shares shar in the ChlcaoPUmice Chicago ChicagoPumice ChicaoPumice
Pumice company cmpany art bh t carried at t an an as asset ass asset ¬
set s t gf Q 2500 500 It I has no known valu valuTwo valu3Two lu
Two hU hundred ndred shares shar es of 0 f the th e Daisy D lsy GoUI GoUIMinlUff GohlnIIJS Gol GolIlIrilug
MinlUff lnIIJS company c mpany arc are re carried cari d as a aa n as aset aset aset
et st t 560 60 It I has ha6 no value v lue Eight thou thousand thousand thousand ¬
sand shares shars of Black Pine tne Mining MlnIn Inln com companys compan cornpanys ¬
panys pan D stock tok are xc valued by h the bank bankat blnk blnkat bankat
at ffi04d 1040 104C The stock never sold for more morethan mOretqan morethan
than 5 3 cents ccnts It I has no market value valueat valuea valueat
at a present presentThree presentThre pr sent sentThree
Three Thre hundred shares shares of stack In thfc thfcArizona th thiAxzona
Arizona fzona Union Consolidated Cdnsold ed Sold SoldCppper O1dCppper ld
Cppper C pper Mines l11I s company comp Y capital ca 141 7500 7500flOO O
flOO fully fuly paid ld andndnasiessabje an i nastssable are arecarried arecarrlcd arecarried
carried by the bank at 515 15 15The r rThe rTJe
The TJe callledjter cal le r of the bank ba1 shows showsthe snowsthe showsthe
r
the following tol owing overdrawn ov rdrwnaccount account B BH BH BH
H H Schettler Scqetter 129354 293 Under the head headof headOf headof
of Of sundry sundr accounts the item of 26079 26079stands 26079qns 26079jiapfij
jiapfij stands against tj G Ch Herman SchettlellTsipdteJKpeQted S Schettle SchettlerI1s1io tt
llTsipdteJKpeQted I1s1io qns Pt djll eicreeted GtedJha1 thalliriythtng thaf Jennpn lAnthLig n yjll Wtu bT bTcblieMeoT b
jolleetetrt cblieMeoT ole eJ ffom oiu B we S hcttir thJIJ ol 01k I
lqlt t
m Vbuve lem Iteni oral oran oner c h r fC aout t l
j P PEN
EN ENSSfJN ENSSfJNqontlnuedvfjroin ENDS mJIFgJ8 mJIFgJ8P HISLtftJN HISLtftJNPOLICE
POLICE P tl bE betl COURT COURTqontlnuerotn t tonqnp
qontlnuedvfjroin onqnp < don Page Pag6 1 1 1d Ld
ed d A sullen plea of guilty was n as always alwaysentered ah t tentered YG YGentered
entered enteredCarrolls enteredCarrolls enteredCarrolls
Carrolls last sentence s tence had the effect effectof Eiectof effectof
of keeping him hin away a a from his family familyAbout familyAbo familyAboUt
About Abo t NOV < S < heTtf h f rt t tor Callente CallenteThere CanentcThere CalienteThere
There he made some money mone and upon uponhis uponhis uponhis
his return a week ago renewed his hisvisits hisvIsits hisvislts
visits to Mrs Carroll Last week w elt Caa Caaroll Caltroll Ca Caroll
roll told his former ror11l r wife tomake him hima hintchamois
a I chamois bag for his razor in order orderthat orderI orderthat
that he might carry it around a rouJd his hh neck neckThis neckThis
I This she did didRecently didRecently didRecently
Recently his abuses so so frightened frightenedthe fd frlhtenedthe htened htenedthe
the woman that upon the advice of ofi orfriends offriends
i friends she secured a warrant for his hisarrest hisaITest hisarrest
arrest arresti aITestlIr arrestMrs
i Mrs lIr Carroll was formerly Miss tiss Em EmLake Emma Emma
ma Johnson Jhnson She was born in Salt SaltLake SaltlAke
Lake where her parents still reside resideI resideFourteert resideFourteerf
I Fourteen years ago go she married Car Carroll CarrpU Carroll
roll in the Thirteenth ward There are arefour aretour arefour
four children chndrenMattle Mattie aged 13 Jesse Jessejaged Jesseaged Jesseaged
aged 11 Marie aged 8 and Claude Claudeaged Claudeaged Claudeaged
aged p P Since securing her divorce divorceMay divorceMay divorceMay
May 12 Mrs Carroll has resided with iItOher withher wlthher
her children at t 728 2S West First South Southstreet Southstreet outh outhstreet
street She has fed and clothed them themby themb themby
by b her own efforts effortsDivorced eiTortDivor effortsDivorced
Divorced Divor c Wifes Statement StatementWhen StatementWhep tatementVhep
When seen se nY yesterday sterda a few hours hoursafter hoursafter hoursafter
after the tragedy Mrs Carroll said saidFor safdFor saidFor
For the past six months m nths I have haveJived 11ayeJived haveived
Jived l In fear of my 111 life because of the thethreats thethreats thethreats
threats which were made by him Not Notonly Notonly Notonly
only did he tell me that t at I should have haveto baveto haveto
to make up with him or he h would kill killme killme killme
me but bu t he 1 often said he would take takehis takehis takehis
his life He Resaid said he would always have havehis have havehis havehis
his razor with I h hin1 hIn that he would car carry ¬
ry 1 it around hfa hksneck heck Heclaimed He claimed to tolove tolove toove
love l ove me and the thechUdren children but few of ofour orour ofour
our married years were happy ones onesj onesOnly onesOnly
j Only my m friends can know my feel feelings feelings feelngs ¬
ings i ngs and they the must know that his sui suiI suicide suichic
I cide was not caused eau e by mistreatment mistreatmenton
on my m part art I acted only for the best bestinterests bestinterests bestInterests
interests of my little ones in refusing
to again ag lnb become ome a wife wifeCarrolls wileCarro wifeCarrolls
Carrolls Carro asseverations in regard to tohis tohis
his feeling toward Mrs Carroll were werenot werenot werenot
not njadeto J 1ade nad to her alone To Patrolman PatrolmanSperry PatrolmanSperry PatrolmanSperry
Sperry when arrested Monday noon at athis athis athis
his wifes wlfe home he said saidI
601 I love that woman better than my
life and Id just as soon die if ill I cant canthave canthave canthave
have her Itll be best for me to take takemy takemy takemy
my life
lifeCarroll Carroll crroll Has fi No NoCarroll Relatives RelativesCarroll RelativesCarrolJ
Carroll has no relatives rclath es in the west westBoth nestBoth westBoth
Both his father and mother died some someyeans somerea1 someyeais
yeans rea1 ago A sister resides In InPhlla InPhlladelphla Phila Philadelphia Philadeiphia ¬
delphia and an aunt in Providence R RI
I Up to date no arrangements have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been made for his funeral services servicesHazor servicesRazor
Razor Might Have Been in Shoe ShoeCaptain ShoeCaptaihof ShoeCaptain
Captain Captaihof of Police J JB B Burbldge said saidlast saidlast j
last night that Carrolls fellow prison prisoners prisoners prisonera
ers declared he had carried the razor razorinto razorinto razorinto
into his cell concealed In his hoe hoeCaptain hoeCaptain i
Captain Burbidge Inclines to believe believethat be1iecthat believethat
that the prisoners statements are cor correct correct correet ¬
rect as be does doeanot not believe the razor razorcould razorcould razorcould
could have escaped escap d notice had it hung hungabout hungabout hungabout
about the mans neck Captain Bur Burbidge Burbidge Burbidge ¬
bidge said he was satisfied that it had hadnot hadnot badnot
not been negligence negltg nce on the part of any anyof anJot anyof
of the force that resulted in the blade bladebeing bladebeing bladebeing
being smuggled in One of the sides of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the handle Is broken This might have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been done when the razor fell to the thefloor thefloor thefloor
floor or as a a result of being carried In InCarrolls inCarrolls inCarrolls
Carrolls shoe shoeHEADACHES shoeHEADACHES shoeREADACHES
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HEADACHES FROM COLDS COLDSLAXATIVE COLDSLAXATIVE COLDSLAXATIVE
LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE re removes remoyes removes ¬
moves the cause To get the genuine genuinecall genuinecaH genuinecall
call for the full name and look forthe forthesignature for forthesignature the thesignature
signature of E W Grove 25c 25cLAST 25lLAST 25cLAST
LAST PAYMENT MADE MADEBelgian MADEe MADEBeIan
I
Belgian e ian Company Has Wyoming Oil OilProperties OilProperties f fProperties
Properties PropertiesSpecial Properties5pecial PropertiesSpecial
Special to The Th Herald HeraldCheyenne HeraldChe HeraldCheyenne
Cheyenne Che enne Wyor Wyo Vy Dec 15 15In In a aletter letter
to a leading citizen cIt n here President Pre5id nt P PM jM
M 1 Shannon of thS th Pennsylvania Oil OilGas j
Gas company which has sold old its Cas Casper Casper Casjer ¬
per refinery and Salt Creek oil wells wellsto we wellstci Us
to the BelgoAmerican Oil Drilling DrillingTrust DrillingTrust i
Trust states that the Belgians Bel ians have havemade i irnade
made the last payment pa ment of 600000 1 and andthat andthat 1 1that I
that the formal transfer of the property property1as j
has been be benmade benmadePresident n made ma e j
President Shannon states that he is isassociated islssoclated isassociated
associated with a company that is ar arranging I Iranging Imnglng
ranging to develop the Wyoming oil oilfields oilfields I Ields
fields elds on a large scale in the hearfu near fu future fulure
lure The Th company has h s hundreds of ofthousands otthousands ofthousands
thousands of dpllars iI lIars behind b hfnd it and Mr MrShannon 111hannon MrShannon
Shannon Intimates that the oil Indus Industry Indqstr industry
try tr In Wyoming WyomingwIIr wiir be given a boom boomn boomIithe i
n Iithe the near future futureDEEP j jDEEP
DEEPWEll DEEP WEIL WELLEXPERiMENT WELLEXPERiMENTWork EXPERIMENT EXPERIMENTWork xPERlMENT xPERlMENTWorkiay e I
Work Workiay May Be Started in the Vicinity Vicinityof
of Cheyenne CheyenneSpecial CheyenneSpecial f fSpeQia
Special to The Herald HeraldCheyenne HeraldCheyenne I ICheyenn
Cheyenne Wyo Dec 15 15Professor 15ProfessorElwood 15ProfessorElwood Professor ProfessorElwood
Elwood Mead head of the irrigation irrigationinvestigations Jrrigatlonnestlgations Irrigationmvestigationis
investigations of the t e department of o ag agiJculture
iJculture who is in the west as an ex exlint cxItirt
lint ii it 1n til the me rvttiiivavuiuiuuu KansasColorado water waterght watersight wuiei wuieiit
sight ght suit it and who is taking the Scot ScotIfave Scott Scottsh
t tsh fh rIte degrees 111 Masonry here will willhave J
have hi a few days for Omaha in incompany Incompany incompany
company with State Engineer C T TJohnston TJohnston l lJohnston
Johnston wherethey will consult with withUading withltacling I II
Uading I officials of o the th Union Pacific Pacificrelative PitcUIcrelative Pacificrelative
relative to the location of a deep well wellexperiment wenctperlmcnt wellexperiment
experiment station here or in the Im Imrredlate Imn mmrrediate
rredlate n vicinity of Cheyenne The rail railtoads raUwads railrroads
toads of the west and nd especially the theT
T tnfon nlon Pacific have in recent years yearsgone yearsgone
gone into experimental farm soil cul culture culture cultare ¬ I
ture and stock feeding fee ding experiments on ona ona
a a t large scale s ale and numerous expert experimental expertItlental expertmental ¬ J
mental stations have been located
I along the lines of railway railwayThe raUw8 raUw8The railwayTh
The Th government g etnment irrigation depart department departmfni departrnent
ment mfni will cooperate cooper te with the state stateengineerandwitfr stateengineer stategineer
engineerandwitfr engineer gineer and with I1ft the tl railroad com comituy cornritny
j puny In conducting co dqctIng a deep well and andfarming andfanning
farming experiment cp riment station here hereGOLD hereGOLD
41 41GOLD
GOLD FOR OB LONDON ZONDONew LONDONNew i
New ew York Dec 15 15The Tho Interna Internaiiuijtti Internatipnal
ti tipnal iiuijtti nal bank banktng UHUKIIJJ ng cvir corporation juraLiWi n will win snip Shl ship I
250000 gold Coin to South America on onwent onsaturday I
saturday The 5hll shipment ment is In pa pay payinent I
went of London obligations obligationsSCHOONER obJlgUlpJfs obligattoilsscao I ISC I
SCHOONER SC scao o91iE ASHOBEMarphfleld SHORE ASHOREMarshfleld II IIlIarfhU
Marphfleld lIarfhU ld Ore bee Dee 15 15The The Drain Drainstage Drainstage I Istege
stage which whi < n arrived here today reports reportsthe reportsthe reportsthe
the schooner s Lucy from San Pedro Pedroashore Pedrolishore Pedroashore
ashore on the Umpatia Urn pqua bar there Find Finding Finding ¬
ing no tugboat at the mouth of the theUmpqtia theUmpqua theUmpqtia I
Umpqtia to tow her the Lucy attempt attempted ¬
ed to sail in over the bar It appears appearsthat lppearsthat appearsthat
that the channel had shifted since sinceCaptain sinceCaptain sinceCaptain
Captain Peterson the master of the theLucy theLu theLucy
Lucy Lu left the ITmpqua on her previous previoustrip preioustrip previoustrip
trip Captain Peterson attempted to toturn toturn toturn
turn but his ship ran hard and fast faston faton faston
on the south spit before he was wasabte wasabteto able ableto ableto
to bring her abo abqJt t She struck late lateyesterday lateyesterday hateyesterday
yesterday afternoon The sea is quiet quietIng qUietIng quieting
Ing down and Captain Peterson thinksthat thinks thinksthat thinksthat
that If he gets Immediate assistance assistancehe assatancehe
he will be able abl to iloat his ship other otherwise otherwise otherwise ¬
wise she he will willgo go to toplepee plepes The crew crewwore crewwore crewwore
wore at no time in danger dans r and reached reachedshore reachedshQre reachedshore
shore safely safelySan safelyABiUVED safelyABRIVEI
e
ABiUVED FROM MANILA lYXANILASan MANILASan
San Francisco Dee 15 ISThe The trans transport transfrt transrest ¬
port Sheridan which hlch arrived today todayhom
from the Philippines brought a num number number number ¬
ber of cabin passengers 3 3b 6 regular sol soldiers solIers aoldiem ¬
diers diem Iers 56 being beingon on the sick list and 15 15military 15wiUtar 15iiiitary
military prisoners The remains of offFlrst otFirstIleutenantl1nrron ofiFirst
fFlrst FirstIleutenantl1nrron Lieutenant Barren assistant sur surgeon surFon surpeon ¬
peon in the hc army who dted at Camp
jjessntan on Oct 20 o last were brought broughtbtck broughtbtck broughttbtck
btck for Interment in Arlington ArUnpton ceme cemetery cemelEry cenietiry ¬
tery Washington WashingtonJapanese Va hJngton hJngtonj n nJapantse
Japanese j p se Cruiser Ashore AshoreChefoo A a1loie a1loieChefoo OI1 OI1Che
Chefoo Che oo Dec 15 15Cptaln Captain Hanson of the theGerman theGerman theGcrmnn
German steamer enmer Tslntau which arrived arrivedtoday arrivedtoda arrivedtoday
today toda reports seeing u a Japanese Ja nneJ cruiser cruiseryesterday crulsorftdnt cruiseryesterday
yesterday ftdnt apparently ashore n Yung Yungchfrifir Yungohing
chfrifir hing bay sLxtyrthree I ty three miles mn outheagt Ut1INt8 pCJjef of p1efo0 ofGtiefoo
Gtiefoo Jjef efo0 U AUrirgemerchaiUwatt Alnr l rcJu1Jt MUir svasS 1R8 nasielr BIj m mgJy j
mkly pigIrefldermn gJy rendering n dcrlng assistances al Iit lUCo The T ot1r ot1rU iiIsLancv iiIsLancvabitd slancB
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J Albany lbhnJ N Y 1 Dec D c 15 liRooseelts liRooseeltspIuraJit iLRoosevelts iLRooseveltsplurality Roosevelts
plurality In the state of New Nc York at atthe atthe atthe
the last election was as 176552a 17e5 17552 as shown shownby ShOrolb shownby
by b the official returns certified certified today to
by b the board of state canvassers canvaSsers That Thatt
t 0 0I I Higgins for governor was wa vas S0560
Parker is shown to have run nearly
9000 behind Herrick the Democratic Democraticcandidate Democraticandldate Democraticcandidate
candidate for governor governordential govesnorThe
Th The highest et eteator tor pn each pr prsI si sientlal
dential entlal ticket is taken ds s the standard standardin
in 1 7 the figures which wh ch follow oUo relating relat ng
to t the choice < of presidential electors
James E March elector for forRoosevelt forRooseveltreceived Roosevelt Rooseveltreceived Rooseveltlcceived
received a total of 859533 votes the
highest Parker elector receiving 6S39SI
The other pt1 r party totals for president presidentare
are re Debs SocialistDemocrat 36SS3
Swallow Prohibition PI1hibition 20787 Corregan CorrE > n
DEPUTY GABRIEL GABRIELSYVETON SYVETON WAS WASCOMPELLED WASCQMPELLEftTO
COMPELLED CQMPELLEftTO TO COMMIT SUICIDE S ICJDE
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Paris Dec 15 1 ldThe The circumstances chc lDstan s at attending attcnding attending ¬
tending the death of Deputy Gabriel
Syveton who was found dead from fromasphyxiation tramasphyXiation fromasphyxiation
asphyxiation In Inhis his apartments at
Neuilly Dec S are developing into intoa
a domestic drama of startling magni ¬
tude tudeAlthough tudeAlthough tudeAlthough
Although the authorities refuse to tospeak tospeak tospeak
speak pending pendil1 their th lr investigation investigationmany Imestigtlonmany Investigationmany
many sensational features have already alreadycome alreadycome
come to light It is established that
the wife of M Syveton Syv ton was about to toJ topply
apply J pply pl for a divorce on the grounds groundsof
of Improper relations between betwe n M MSyveton MSyVeton
Syveton and Madame Menard a daugh ¬
ter of Madame Syveton by a former
husband husbandBoth husbandBoth husbandBoth
Both M Menard and Mme me Syve S ve ¬
ton had accused the deputy of these theserelations theserel theserelations
relations rel tfons and a family amlly council took tookplace tookplace tookplace
place shortly before M I Syvetons S Syvetonsrirath vetons
death at which violent scenes were wereenacted wereenacted wereenacted
enacted 31 Menard declaring that it itwas itwas Itwas
was the duty dut of the deputy to put a abullet abuUet abullet
bullet through his head and Mme
Syveton announcing ann unclng her purpose to toBIDS toBIDS o oBIOS
BIDS FOR OR WARSHIPS WARSHIPSNewport WARSHIPSNewport WARSHIPSNewport
Newport News NewsCornany Company Was WasSuccessful WgsSuccessful WasSuccessful
Successful in the CQJ1 CQJ1petition Com Competition Cornpetition ¬
petition petitionWashington petitionVashington petitionWashington
Washington Dec Dec15Bids 15 15Bids Bids were wereopened wereopened ere ereopened
opened at the navy department today todn todnfor
for the construction of the battleship I INew
New Hampshire and the armored cram cruisers cramera ¬
ers rs North Carolina and Montana The
lewest bidder on two ships was the theNewport theNewport theNewport
Newport News Shipbuilding Dry Dry10ck Dryock
Dock ock company which offered to com complete complete cornplete ¬
plete the two cruisers in thirtysix thirtysixmonths thirtj thirtysixmonths < sb sbmonths
months at 3375000 each or one cruiser cruiserend orulserlId cruer cruerand
end lId the th battleship in thirtysix months monthsat 1
at < SSC50000 SSC50000On 3650000On 600000 600000On
On the battleship alone the companys companysbid compansbId I
bid was as 3650000 3 aOOOO to be completed in inthirtysix Intiirtysix intiirtysix
tiirtysix months and on one armored armoredcruiser armoredrulser armoredcruiser
cruiser 3725000 to be completed in ii the thesome thesome he heB
some B length of time The New Hamp Hampshire Hampshire ¬
shire will be of 16000 tons displacement displacementrnd
cud the North Carolina and Montana 1IontanaH5OO
1500 tons each eachThe eachThe eachThe
The other bids were as asfohlqws asfohlqwsMoran follqws follqwsMoran follqwsMoran
Moran Brothers of Seattle Wash
SocialistLabor 9127 WatsonPeoples WatsonPeoplesiarty W WntsonPeoplesiarty tson Peoples
iarty jart 7459 7459For 7459For
For governor overno a total of 16SS907 16SS907votes 195907votes
votes were cast of which Higgins re received reCQive recalved ¬
calved < 813264 S1326a a plurality luraUt of 80560 over overthe overthe
the total of 732704 cast for Herrick
Other candidates for f r governor rnor received re eled
Pendergast P > ndergast SocialDemocrat 352b9 > 9
McKee Prohibition 2056S De Leon
SocalistLabor 8916 Boulton Peoples
Party Pai 6015 6015Cirne 6015One
One dneot of the results of the state elec ¬
tion proper will be the loss of status statusas
as an official party by b the Socialist
Lfcbor Lkborparty party it having failed to cast
the necessary total of 10000 votes ot s for its itscandidate itsumdhate Itscandidate
candidate for r governor gove por The Peoples
Party was on the th ballot by petition
The vote ote for governor this year sjiows sjiowsan fhowsan hows howsan
an increase this year YfO over 0e1 last Instal of f 69383
secure secure a divorce This was on the eve eveof eeof eveof
of M Syvetons trial for assaulting assaultingar
War ar Minister Andre In the chamber chamberof
j of deputies Nov 4 4The 4The 4The
The deputy foresaw the public dis disclosure dIsclosure disclosure ¬
closure of his relations with his hIswIes wifes
daughter daugh ter and thereupon committed committedsuicide committedsuicide committedsuicide
suicide for the purpose of averting avertIn the
disclosure The foregoing is Interwov Interwoven Interwoen ¬
j en with many scandalous details which
the police and public are following
i with absorbing interest The case has
taken on a political aspect the na ¬
tionalists associated withxM With M Syveton Syvetonasserting SYetonasserting Syvetonasserting
asserting that there were threats of
disclosure which amounted to a con conspiracy consplraCy conspiracy ¬
spiracy on the part of government sup supporters supporters supporters ¬
porters to compel the deputyto deputy to take takehis takehis takehis
his own life This charge does not ap ¬
pear to be supported as ssthe the tragedy tragedywas tragedwa tragedywa
was wa clearly the result of a scandalous
domestic drama dramaIn dramaIn
In the course of the investigation it
developed that SI Syveton had d been beenreceiving be beenreceiving n nreceiving
receiving a salary of 5000 as secre secretary secre secretary secretary ¬
tary for Count Co nt Boni De Castellane Castellanebattleship Castellanebattleslllp Casteilanebattleship
battleship fortytwo months 4140000 4140000one 4140000t 414O000one
one armored cruiser fortytwo months
4387000 both cruisers one fortytwo fortytwononths forty fortytwononths two twononths
nonths the other fifty months b336 336
000 tor both bothThe bothThe bothThe
The Union Iron Works rorks San Francis Francisco ¬
co one cruiser in fortytwo months mo s 13 3
800000 or two in fortytwo months 57 i
5SQOOO for both bothSigns bothSigns f
ca c cSigJls
Signs of Long Life LifeChicago LifeChicago LifeChicago
Chicago News NewsThe NowsThe NewsThe
The woman who desires lonsr life must
have eyes round and wide wide rather than
long Ion iazel and narrow and nd if j they are brown brownor
or hazel life will be longer than If they
are arobJack black or violet violetThe violetIhe violethe
The he brown must be ample am > le and slope
back slightly from an absolute perpen ¬
dicular dl ular Th The head must be wide behind behindana behindanft behindanil
ana over the ears earsThe earsThe earsThe
The brow must be wide and full and andwell andwell andwelt
well set and the chin square and firm l
The nose must be wide and full through
Its whole length I ndh and have open easy elf r
hating nostrils This Indicates a good
heart and good lungs lunssIf lunrsIf
If the orifice ot the ear is low 10 indicat indicating I Indicattag dlcat dlcatiDg ¬
tag a a deeply seated brain there id i a bet better bettar bettsr ¬
tar chance of Ions lon life lifeThe UfeThe lifeThe
The woman who appears taller In pro proportion proportIon proportion ¬
portion when sitting down than when whenstanding whenstanding whenstanding
standing has a good chance to live long
If the body is long In proportion to the thelimbs theUmbs thelimbs
limbs the heart lungs and digestive di estlve or organs Qrgans orgnus ¬
gans are large
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