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Eleven Witnesses VJitne i8esWent Went Before the theSenate Senate Com Committee Cornr
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mittee Yesterday YesterdayTwo Yesterda YesterdaTwo j jTwo
r Two ExMormons Testified Regarding the Endowment Endo mEmt House HouseOath HouseOath HouseciathBut
Oath ciathBut But ButRefused Refused to State the Exact Nature Natureof
I of the Ceremonies CeremoniesVashIngton CeremoniesI Ceremonies8shlng1ort
0 0Washlngthn <
VashIngton T D C Jan 14 14The The Smoot Investigation f itJ racing to towards towards toWards ¬
wards the finish Chairman Burrows is s expodltfng the th examination of ofwitnesses ofwitnee y
witnesses w itnE g and both he heand and Attorney Tayler put very ver few Questions to toivltne tow1tnfs9et Y YWItnese
ivltne w1tnfs9et sses < although the th questions they the > do put and the answers they re
1 Ivr generally gffI > rally neutralize in a great degree the effect of the direct tes tesoony teslony tesony
oony ony which precedes the crossexamination crossexaminationt croesexaminatfonrom
Jj rpm rom the tenor of questions rellntlve to thqeftect t a constitutional constitutionaln constltutiopal9fl
9fl n prohibiting rohibitln polygamy In Utah might have it is surmised that tlmtjll lat latf x
f will jll be made by y the committee to have such a pro provislonpr prov1sIonprent vision present presentngross ellt elltngrfSS A Angresz
ngross for serious consideration regardless of the resultyOf res Ult 6r the thease theS theslgnifiranre theas
ase asej as S
j significance was attached today todll to questions framedby frame by Sen Senlox Seni i ilOX
i lox and Foraker and propounded to witnesses whether wheth f the obli obliaken obliaktT1 oblitaken
taken In the endowment house operJrted against the the e United Unitedivernmcnt Unitedovrrmunt A Autrrrnwnt
ivernmcnt or conflicted with the duty dut toWards the state or na nattose nahost nahoe
host taking them To these questions Vltnosses Itnese Dougall and andho and1iIo y
1iIo ho had taken the obligations answered emphatically 4n In the theJanice theJamC theJames
Janice A A Miner gave gavetrong ae strong testimony > in Smoots defense He Heain Hetin HeLain
ain polygamy is disappearin and thinks it will end He cerU ccrtithe cerUthp cerUthc
the honesty of Joseph F Smith and said that he is trying to keep keepir Y Yirh i ilrdl
lrdl ir h out of politics
Special to to The Herald HeraldWashington Hera1dWaithington = i iYashingtol1
Washington Jan 14 HSenator HSenatorIJJbols 14SenatorDjfljols Senator SenatorDilbois r
Dilbois today toda proposed amend amendnfents amendnThnt
nfents to the statehood bills pro proelding prok1dlng proid1ng
elding id1ng that in the proposed new newstates ne newstatee I
states no person shall be per perII p permitted r I ImUted
II mUted to vote serve as a a juror jurorfr
fr or fcold o1d any an civil ofiiee ofi ce who is a abigamist
1 bigamist 1 samlRt or o r polygamous or liv livI livLg
I i Lg s 1 In Yl plural or celestial marriage marriagei
i > or DY who teaches counsels or en ent enlc
t lc I ourages > any person to enter Into Intofr tntoSU intor
fr su r ii n relations or who is member memberj
j of r ar aflY > y association organization organizationC or nizntfon nizntfonQr
C gr society which teaches or aids aidssuth ai aidsuh s ssUh
> suth doctrines doctrinesIASH1NGTON doctrinesWASHINGTON doctrinesIAIAHINGTON
> >
IAIAHINGTON IASH1NGTON Jan 14 HEleven HElevenwitnesses 14ElevenI Eleven Elevenwitnesses
WASHINGTON I V witnesses testified today before beforethe beforethe beforethe
the senate committee on priv privileges DrivjJf privliegra ¬
ileges jJf > gr s and elections in the investiga investigati Investlgatln
ti tln n of protests against the seating seatingof
of Jr Srnator Reed Smoot All except excepttvo exceptU
tvo U told of political conditions in Utah Utahn UtahJud Utahmd
n Jud > d of the Morrnqn endowment house houseceremony housefrmOny houseremons
ceremony remons Several witnesses wltnes said the thecpretnony thecftrfmollY theC
cpretnony C Included no obligations that thatwere thatC
u were C rf i In conflict with the duties of a aIMzn aI
I IMzn 112 1 l7n n to his stole Jr < r nation Chair Chairnan Chairn
n nan 31 t Burrows asked two of the vsslt ultcer vssltrevrs It Itrs
revrs rs cer fS to give the nature of the cere cereICT cereeo
ICT C < e eo hut both refused on the ground groundhat groundhat groundhat
hat rhey rnt hex had given oaths not to di diUgf dIugr diugc
Ugf what had taken place within withinh
h lf p temple They both claimed not to tou tot
u < 4 t niuris Tiflrtv J10 otte Off rfe having been e ej f
1 l i1 < d f and the he other having voluntar voluntariv
iv wHVdnwvn thdrawn fcom tsom the church churchformer churchormpr churcht
t former ormpr judge judgE of the supreme court courti
i r territorial tt > rltorlal and state govern governs governrrlts
r rrlts ns s told of the prosecutions for forpt forP forPC
pt P lygnmous cohabitation expressing expressingthe
the th opinion that polygamy pol gatn was now nowalmost nownlmost now1most
almost a thing of th the past and that thatt thattt thatsrntiznent
t tt > sentiment of the Mormons In the thee
e < t ti ri was against plural marriages marriagesTh
Th TJr hearings will be resumed Mon MonTHE Mond MonTHE lon londJ
dJ d
Several Backsliders Put on by the theDefense theDefense theDefense
Defense DefenseWashington DefenseVahlngton DefenseWahington
Washington Jan 14 HTames James E EI EIH1 E1T
I IH1 1T > rih ii of Salt SaitLake Lake was thefirst the first wit witTss witT
Tss T r s t tday day in the Smootinvestigation SmootinvestigationHP Smoot Investigation InvestlgationHI
HP Ii i i a Democrat and a nonMormon nonMormonAtorrey nonMormonAttorllr nonMormontoriiey
Atorrey Attorllr toriiey Van Cott for Senator Smoot Smootexamined SmootX1mlnfd SmootC
examined C X Ui in4d the witness concerning on ning the thestatement thestatfUlrnt theptatenrnt
statement that Angus M r Cannon his histT his1rth hisI
tT 1rth I t th rinlaw < > had said 5 llhitwltnE ha witnessed witnessedtl witnessedrtrriage > s8el s8elthr
tl thr marriage of < Abram non and andIMilan andI
IMilan I Jltn Hamlln in 1S96 ai L 1 ynch nch said smidJ1 sahrl
J1 rl i Investigated InYrltl atro the statenynt staten t bj b Angus An Angus Angus ¬
gus taimon anon at the retjuesk rP rqu < IU of E B BTitblow BrJthlow
4 Titblow P blow and found thatAngus that Anb Angus Can CanT
r > n wits not in California Call Corn I in 189 ISH but butj buttJp butVip
j the witness admitted thatvJiis brother brotherinlaw brolhcr1t1aTf brotherInlaw
inlaw had matle ma e the statement 8tatlem nt H Htlclared Hllared Hlf
tlclared lf lared however that Cannon Cannondrunk was wasdrunk W1Uiidnmk
drunk when wh n he said It Itiha1rnian itlha1rman itla1rman
iha1rnian Burrows asked Mr Lynch Lynchoonrprning LynchI LynchvwPrntng
oonrprning I > the feeling of young Jung Mo Mor M MT
r T vHS S on the question of polygamy poIygamJoVhlfs
w Vftnesa tIff S said they the felt that the practice practicei p
i ut r t be done away with but that be
1 1 a 1 tI l heartl nothing of the young Mor Morrni ror rorTn
rni 11 Tn making a protest to the heads of oftve oftJ
tve tJ e i hurch ChurchEvidence hurchEvidence hurchEvidence
Evidence of Backsliders BackslidersII
II M r Dougall D ugali ga11 of Springville Sprln vilIe m Utah Utahf
f io j t xplained that he wa waa 8 fired from fromMormon fromormOf1 fromS
S Mormon ormOf1 church was called to the theR the5Uud
1 1 stH R 5Uud > d He is postmaster of his town of ofI of3OO
I 3500 inhabitants He could think of ofI o onl of4nl
I r 4nl nl iv v < polygamists In InlLfld Sprinfrville Sprlnvillennd
> I and t1 < id there had been no polygamous polygamousTnariWIfes poly polygmoosins moL6 moL67T1artU
TnariWIfes 7T1artU ins ri n since pln e 1890 His expulsion expu18kmfrom expulsionfPcrn expulsionfrom
from the church chur < h in 1S74 he h said aid had hadT
f I T nt t rnakde rn de a particle of difference In InI IntiS ins
I tiS is s business bu npS6 even though a majority majorityf
Sr f his bOwIneSB b InesA came from Mormons MormonsAs
As A sa a wirmon rmon he took the endow endowments endowTIlPUtS l1dowmpnt ¬
ments in 862 He > was about 25 years yearsItl yearsI
I Itl then anS an was married at that time timenhich timethkh timethih
nhich he sAId a ld was the only time he heJiafl h hb heha1 <
Jiafl b 1 been married About 1M went wentthough wentthOugh wentthough
though with him himJvlri hImtIr himltr
Jvlri WortHington Vortl lngton read the cath ath of ofvmgeance orfn
vmgeance 5 fn fgean anp j gtgen if en enb by > certain witnessesziml witnesses wltnes5eSnItr witnessesnnrl
nnrl nItr Mr Ir Dousull said the oath was to toovenge tonge tovenge
ovenge nge the bfcod of the prophets or orwprtyrs orn ortrtYrs
wprtyrs n rtyrs on tnls tlhs generation and no norjlfthls nor
rjlfthls r J J1 tthls thIs nation as had been bt > en testified testifiedfl
V tr Doup11 sald tid he had served In Int
fl t i legislature and was wa elected In a aMl
Ml > 1 mon rnon county > > untj Vs 1J3 s to his expulsion expulsionf e ul6ion ul6ionfr
f fr jr rh m fl the church heViad he had nothing to say sayhalrman Sa SaDeclined sayDec1inedto
Declined Dec1inedto to Say SayhnJrman Saybalrman
halrman Burrows asked the witness witnessfolstate wltneMstsLtc
folstate 1 state the nature of r the ceremony ceremonycnlownent ceremonJoormed ceremonyrc
rc ormed when he w married In th thcn the theen
cnlownent cn VIIlent house and j lr DougaJl DougaJIpI r rpl rp1
pl d ddo
do doo doot not ot believe I carO to t tell H that thatfpilUor thatt1
fpilUor fpilUorVas t1 e tor LtorVas torVa3 o
Vas thero a penalty penalty attached It IfLrevealed Ityo
110 revealed re ealed what tookwplace tookwplacef tookplaeerYes
f Yes sir sirWhAt V VWnst 7 5 5What
WhAt was that perXlty perXltyi pen ty tyI
i I decline to state stateWas stateWas stateWas
Was it severe severeAs severer severerAs 1 1As
As I remember It was wasK7os wasas wasOs
K7os as it death deathdo d deathdo enthdo
do not believe belle I care to answer answermore answermore answermore
more questions on that subject subjectou 8Ub subjcou t tou
ou have stated a part of t your rec rectlons recuons retLions
Lions and yet 81 you OU decline d lIne to state statewhen stateVho staterho
Vho rho rhoe
e H
S f nmrrlec1 when l you > > ou to k k8lr
8lr 5 5r
r coo could couldThan Id Idintll
Than intll he heIts heta
Its ta but butmonles butmonies
monies monlesal
al mat fnarformed matS
S formed
You YOUWerc were expelled thirty years ago agoyou agoyou
you ou say asked the chairman chairmanYes chairmanYes
Yes sir sirAnd sirAnd sirAnd
And you feel that after these years yearsseparated yearsseparated rears rearsseparated
separated from the church your obli obligations obligations obligations ¬
gations are still binding on you youYes youYes youYes
Yes sir I have considerable scru scruples scruples scm scmpies ¬
ples against divulging anything that I Iswore Iswore ISwore
swore not to reveal revealOn reealOn revealOn
On direct examination the witness witnesstold witnesstold witnesstold
told Mr 1r Worthington that he had hadtaken hadtaken hadtaken
taken obligations An ln < a secret society societyand societ societand societyand
and he had the same Rame scruples against againstdivulging againstdivulging t tdivulgJng
divulging such obligations obligationsA
A A A Nbonon the Stand StandA
A A Noon No n of Provo a Republican Republicanjustice Republicanjustice Republicanjustice
justice of the peace and formeTr formerIot formerIotmono Moc Mocmon Moemon
mon who voluntarily withdrew from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the church in 1870 testified that young Oung1orrnons
Mormons are opposed to polygamy p and andalso andalso andalso
also that the Mormons are not taking takingany takingan takingany
any an > Interest in politics as a church churchHe churchHe churchHe
He has been a candidate for office bit bliennlally bl blennlal1 bitennially
ennlally ennlal1 since 1890 and with the ex exception exception exception ¬
ception of 1896 has hasdefeated defeated Mormon Mormoncandidates 11ormoncandidates Mormoncandidates
candidates He endorsed Senator Smoot Smoothighly Smoothighly Smoothighly
highly and was not surprised he said saidat sal < 1
at his election el cUon as senator senatorAfter s senatorAfter nator natorAtter
After his marriage Mr lr Noon said he hetook hetoolt hetook
took the endowments Mr r Worthing
ton asked him if U he took an oath to toavenge toRVlnge toavenge
avenge the blood of prophets on this thisnation thisnation thisnation
nation nationWitness nationYltness nationitness
Witness itness said he wag W3 perfectly clear clearthat clearthat clearthat
that nothing in the obligation taken takenexpressed takenexpressed1 takenexpressedjzostilIty
expressed expressedjzostilIty jostllity sUl1t to the nation or to tothis t tthIs tthjs
this government He said It was taken takenfromthe takenfrom takenfrom
fromthe from the scriptures Revelations chap ¬
ter vi verses 9 and 10 There was noth nothing nothIn nothlag ¬
lag in it ho 11C8aid said of disloyalty dr loyalt to the thei theUnited theUnited
i United States StatesTook
Took the Oath Oath Forty Lears Ago AgoHe AgoHe figoHe
He said it had been forty yeArs since sincehe sincehe sincehe
he took to k the endowment and he could couldnot couldnot couldnot
not remember the exact language s sit sit aIt
it did not particularly r impress him himOn himOn himOn
On crossexamination Mr Noon said saidho saidhe saidhe
he did not concern himself with polyg polygamy pol polygamy > g gamy ¬
amy and was unable to state who were werepolygamists wertpol werepolygarfiists
polygamists pol > sumlsts in Provo Many names nameswere noameswere nnneswere
were read to him and he identified them themby themb
by b common repute as living in polyg polygamy pOlygamy polygamy ¬
amy amyChairman amyChairman
Chairman Burrows asked Mr Ir Noon Xoonalso Noonalso S oon oonalso
also in regard to the endowment cer ceremonj cerenton ceremony
emonj enton and he declined to state Its na nature naturc fluture ¬
ture He would not say whether there therewas therewas thereras
was a change in wearing apparel apparelwhether apparelwhether apparelwhether
whether there was a severe penalty at attached attached attached ¬
tached to revealing te eallng what had taken takenplace takenplace takenplace
place or anything an thinS connected with the theobligations th thobllJaUons theobligations
obligations obligationsWhat obllJaUonsal obligationsWhat
What al would you sty siy as to whether whetherthe whetherthe whetherthe
the penalty was to have the tongue tonguetorn tonguetorn tonguetorn
torn out or the vitals cut out of the thebody thebOd thebody
body bOd asked Chairman Burrows BurrowsWitness BurrosWi BurrowsWitness
Wi Witness 1ess Pinned Down DownI x xI
I do not feel that I could answer answerMr answerMr
Mr 11 Noon reulied reuliedMr reUedMr elIedMr
Mr Dougall was recalled and asked askedwhether askedwhether askedwhether
whether there was anything in hi hiendowment hlendowJ1Etnt his hisendowqzqnt
endowment oath o th incompatible with his hisallegiance his1t1le hisallegiance
allegiance 1t1le t nce to his state and the na nation naUon nation ¬
tion He H replied that there was nothing nothingMr
Mr 11 Noon oon was recalled and answered answeredthe
the same Question in the negative negativeChairman m negativeChairman atlve atlveChairman
Chairman Burrows again recalled Mr MrDougall MrDougall MrDougail
Dougall and several senators wanted to toknow toknow toknow
know why he would elate ite a part of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the ceremony and would not state it itall itaH itall
all allHe
He said he could not remember the theexact thewordfn theexact
exact wording wordfn of the obligation of ofvengeance ofveongeance ofvengeance
vengeance but ra ss sure it was not nothostile nothostile nothostile
hostile to the government go > rnment And nd that it itAs itwas
was As exclusively religious Jigiousand and not re rela related related
la lated ted In Inrany y manner to civil or gov governmental govemmonbtI govemomontal ¬
ernmental affairs affairsWilliam x xWilliam I IWilliam
William HTatfields J a fie1ds Evidence EvidenceWilHann Evide EvidenceWilliam ce ceiI
William iI 1 Hatfield of Salt Lake City Citywas CityWas Citywas
was Was sworn He was a Mormon until untilhe untilhe untilhe
he was 22 y years ars of age a e and then drift drifted drifted ¬
ed 4 > d away from the church He testi testified te testifled tl tlfted ¬
fled that polygamy was decreasing decre lng and andthat andthat andthat
that he had known of no plural mar marriages marriages marriages ¬
riages since 1R80 1R80Mr 1RIIOMr 1590Mr
Mr Hntfleld took the endowments endowmentsat
at the time Urn he was married He H was KS
21 years old then and left the church churchabout cburchabout churchabout
about a II year later lat r Soon after he was wassworn wassworn wassworn
sworn the committee < took a recess recessBr rccC88rtdy recessBxdy
Br Bxdy rtdy dy Backed UpAt UpAt Up UpAt
At the afternoon session 8es lonJ J H Brady Bradychairman BradychaIrman Bradychairman
chairman of the Republican state com committee committee cornmittee ¬
mittee of o Idaho was recalled by b > Mr MrTayler MrTayler MrTayler
Tayler and examined further concern concernIng concernIng concernleg
Ing the antiMormon campaign con conducted conI eondueled ¬
ducted by 7 the Democrats last autumn autumnMr autumntr autumnMr
I Mr tr Brady Brad said he visited Boise during duringthe duringthe duringthe
the present month and consulted Re Republican Republlcan ¬
t publican mezqibers of the legislature legislatureconcerning legl legislatureeoncetntng lature latureOntKntng
concerning < < thf t tr passage of laws against againstunlawful uglutunlawful againstunlawful
unlawful eoHAitation He said A bill billhad bllJhad billhad
had since been Introduced in the legis legislatuie l leglslatue s slatule
latuie based bae on on the prohibition in the theKdmumJs theEdmunds theEdmunds
Edmunds law against polygamy Mr MrBrady MrBrady MrBrady
Brady said he believed the laws were wereIntroduced wereIntrodu wereintroduced
Introduced Introdu in good faith faithThen faithTben faithThen
Then said aid Mr Tayler you were werein wereIn werein
in error when you said the other day dnythe da dathe daythe
the people were opposed to prosecuting prosecutingold
old polygaiflfetsV poJYJan1i ts such uch as William WilliamBudge WfUlamBUdge WilliamBudge
Budge and ojhers opuor of his class classThe efmsEne classTbe
The Idaho Law IrfiwXo LawNo LawNo
No t l be bei belhre lfeye le I was correct but we weare weare weare
are going to ass the laws and put putIt putIt putIt
It up to Senator Dubois to prosecute prosecutethese vrosecuteth prosecutethese
these th e polygamlsts We Ve knew luring iluringthe luringthe iurlngthe
the campaign that lie k itt would not do doIt doI doIt
It I t Ido I1 O not notbeUeve believe heVvHl h V11l do it now nowWhile nowWhile nowWhile
While I will not personally person l1y prosecute prosecuteriny prosecuteny prosecutejuly
july riny ny of these old polygamsts polygam sts I would wouldnot wouldnot wouldlay
not lay la 1J a J straw in the way w y of Sena Senator Senator
tor Dubois prosecuting theoi My po posltion posttion position
sltion isthat Is tha If Senator D Diibols Dtbols bols and andcases andh15 andhIs
hIs rrlen en ds w11l not prosecite rosec te these thesecases thesecases
cases they cannot expect ot otier er good goodcitizens goodcitizens goodcitizelm
citizens to do EQ EQIt eoIt soit
It was was brought out that thp th Idaho Idaholegislature Idaholegislature Idaholegislature
legislature had just passed aln Rin anti antipolygamy anUpolygamy antipolygttmy
polygamy law and the witness wltn ss sfld sfldthailie s ld ldthat idthat
thailie that 1iellnd ls had advocated < its its jvassaffe MS8 gr grthe or orthe ortheonerdasOn
the theonerdasOn Qnereason neT 1 nthath that heftraTiUd JantCcd to toit toIt toIt
it tip up to tl t Senator DuboTs to pros TZOSi os osthe4 l lth
i th the4 < < old I polygamis l f f if he mear n ni nea J JI
i I v3ontinued i ntlnutd on Fage r e 2
tl Russia RussiaHI I can stand the Jap but that Chinaman mattes me nervous nervousVVVMVVVVVNAiVV
4 4Americans
Americans Heavily interested interestedin Interestein
in Chinese Railroads RailroadsOPPOSITION RaHroadsI RaHroadsOPPOSITION RailroadsOPPOSITION
I Paris Parlt3 Jan 14 Information from Brus Brussels Bruss Brusseis ¬
sels s ls reaching the highest quarters here hereshows hereshows hereshows
shows it Is the U1 extensive internets Intcr Bts of King IvingLeopold IUnsLeopold KingLeopold
Leopold In the CantonHankow railroad railroadwhich railroadwhich railroadwhich
which have passed into the hands h nds of rep representatives representathes representatives ¬
resentatives of J Plerpont Morgan of ofNew ofew ofNew
New ew York Negotiations had been going goingcn
cn for some time as It was contemplated contemplatedto
to combine com ine French Belgian and American Americaninterests Americaninterests AmericanInterf
interests Interf > sts so as to eventually cover the theFrancoBelgian theFrancaBeiglan theFrancoBeigian
FrancoBelgian concession for a line from fromPekin fromfekln fromPekin
Pekin fekln to Htuikow thus I1Ut making a con continuous conDUOU coniuuou ¬
tinuous iuuou DUOU trupk line frjm ry m Pckia to Canton Cantonover tQ1ton tQ1tonOer25QO
over Oer25QO 0 e 2 2500 500 miles uuitingA cutUnS from north to tosouth tosouth tosouth
south through the heart of f populous populousChina populousChina populousChina
China The extent of this project is com compared compared cotspared ¬
pared by b those familiar with the negotia negotiations negotiations ¬
tions with the transcontinental lines linesconnecting linesonnecting linesconnecting
connecting New York and San Francisco FranciscoThat FranciscoThat FranciscoThat
That portion of the project relating to toPekin toPekirr toPekirt
Pekin and Hankow is still In abeyance abeyancebut abeyancebut
but the French view appears favorable to tocombining tocombining tocombining
combining the Interests so as to make a acontinuous acontinuous acontinuous
continuous route from the capital to the thcgreat thegreat
great emporium of the south southThat southThat
That portion relating to tho Hankow HankowCanton BankowCanton HankowCanton
Canton railroad is 1 considered to have havebeen hayebeen havebeen
been closed by the transference trans errcncc of the theinterests theinterests theittereats
interests of which the personal holdings holdingsof
of King Leopold make up the largest larg t part partto partto partto
to 31r 1r Morgan This branch of the ne negotiations negotiations negotiations ¬
gotiations was conducted at Brussels The Theconcession TheQOncesslon Theconcession
concession of the HankowCantnn railroad railroadwas railroadwas railroadwas
was originally American and then passed passedunder pa8 passedunder t tunder
under Belgian controL The line lIu is about
1200 mites long and the extension to Pe Pekin Pekin Pekin ¬
kin will be about 14oO miles a total of
2600 miles without counting the extensive extensivespurs extensivespurs extensivespurs
spurs toward Kloo Chow and Tien Thin Tsinand Tstnand Thinand
and Shanghai ShanghaiReports ShanghaiReports ShanghaiReports
Reports received from China Chln show there thereI
Is much native agitation against a ahlllt foreign foreignrailroad foreignrailroad
railroad enterprises t > and the Authorities Authoritieshere HuthoriUeshere authoritieshere
here may interfere interf < > re with the proper de development development development ¬
velopment of French Belgian and Amer American American Ameriran ¬
ican Interests The native opposition is isnot isnot isnot
not eonfined to the Ignorant classes It Itincludes Itincludes Itincludes
includes Chinese capitalists who are In Interested Intereted ¬
terested in the earnings of the railroads railroadsThese r railroadsThese 1lroadsThese
These have combined with the Portu Portuguese Portuguese Portuguese ¬
guese on the line from Canton at Maoko MaokoThejwrecently MaokoThtYlfrEcently MaokoTheyrecently
Thejwrecently ThtYlfrEcently held h > ld a violent meeting in a aBuddhist aBuddhlst aBuddhist
Buddhist temple at Canton for the pur purposc purpose putpose
pose of opposing control of the railroads railroadsThe railroadsThe railroadsThe
The official report showing the cancella cancellation cancellation < ancellatlon ¬
tion of the British concession for a rail railroad railroad railroad ¬
road from Swatow to Chacheu and Its Itsreissuance Itsre11 itsretasuance
reissuance re11 suance to Japanese Is cited as an another another another ¬
other evidence of national opposition to toICuropean toEuropean toEuropean
European and American railroad develop development deyelopment developruent ¬
ment A curious feature is that the Chi Chinese Chin Chicase
case n e capitalists do not wish for entire entirecontrol entirecontrol entirecontrol
control of the railroads desiring sufficient sufficientforeign sufficimtforeign sufficientforeign
foreign participation to ensure foreign foreigngovernments forel foreigngovernments n
j governments n preventing n the extortion of ofChinese orChinese
Chinese 1 officials tI rS rSvep vep The French authorities authoritiesare i u uare
are seeking to overcome the native < > oppo opposition oPPOmUon oppostUon ¬
sition PO as to permit a realization of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the French branch of the extensive pro projects Drojtcts projects ¬
Boise Saloons Are Open to Women as RSWell asWell
Well as Men MenBoise MenBolFe MenBoise
Boise Ida Jan 14 14The The supreme court courttoday courttlday courttoday
today held an ordinance of tho city of ofBoistt orBolsu ofBoise
Boise prohibiting women from entering enteringaloons enterhigMlorms enteringsaloons
saloons and making makin the proprietor as well wellas wellaA
as the offending woman subject to fine fineto Oneto tineto
to be unconstitutional un < The case was wasthat wasthat wasthat
that of Frank Nelson saloon keeper ar arrested arrfsted arrested ¬
rested for normittinK women to enter en er his hisplace hisplace hisplace
place The court holds thq city may pro prohJblt prohblt prohiblt
hJblt Immoral women from entering sa saloons saIOD8 asIcons ¬
loons but this 111 ordinance would deny the theright theI theriht theright
right of an honest wotnan oan to enter on a aI alcgltlmate aI
I I legitimate errand errandENEMIES errandI errandENEMIES
a aI
Bristow Feels FeelsThat That He Has HasMade HasI I
I Made Both in the Postofiice PostofiiceDepartment PostofuceDepartment
I f
Department DepartmentWashington Departmentrn DepartmentWalngton I
I Washington rn lngtonlJa Jan n 14 HFourth Fourth Assistant AssistantPostmaster AssistantPotitmaster t I
Postmaster Ganeral G eral Bristow who ho has hasbeen hlisbeen hasbeen
been appoints fIspCCIal special commissioner to toInvestigate toinvestgate
Investigate InvestJ 8te trade conditions connected connectedwith conneetedwUh connectedWith I
with tho Panama Paia ma canal said todayi toda thdaySI 4 4I
SI I suppose I hays made nOme enemies enemiessliico ene enemiessihpo lC5 I
sliico 61 1S0 I undertook the duties of assistant assistantpostmaster assistantpostmaster
postmaster general geher J but I believe boll eve I also alsohave alsohave alSohave I
have made some friends At any an rate I Iknow Iknow Iknow
know there are many men who have had hadbusiness hadbusiness I Ibusiness
business with this office who have havesafd said saidthat saidthat 1
that nothvrithstanding their opposing opposingopinions opposingopinions opposIngopinions
opinions of the action I have taken 1 1have Ihavetrled
have havetrled tried to do my duty dul and have acted actedas
as I thought was for the best Interests Interestsof I Iof
of the service s rvfce and according to what I Ifelt Ifelt Ifelt
felt to be the right thing It has been beenin be beenIn > n nIn
in many respects res cts a hard office to fill and andin andIn andin
in many man othir oth r respects x ects a a pleasant one 1 1leave 1leave 1leave
leave the ofce ot ce with wfth regret but feel that thatthe thattho thatthe
the appointbent aPPo nt cnt which the president has hasmade hasmade hasmado
i it
made wllljnc wlU C a pleasant one I am go going golog ¬
t ing to trymy t In best to meet the expecta expectations expectations ¬
tions tlonso of tile e president and Secretary Taft TaftI TaftMr
t I Mr turlstow stoW nab h not formulated any anylaris any1ns anyjnnn
jnnn laris f5r f r his new work as yet and will willhe wll1h
h he remainder of the time between betweenil betweenthe betweenthe
il the date when his hi resignation resignationbfectlve resIgnationterthp resignationftte
bfectlve In closing1 up tho affairs affairscat aalrsent affairsent
ent office
American Banana a ana Comp Company nY Compelled to Ask Help Helpaj HelpajWashington He1pWashington taf tafWashi
Washi Washington gJoq to o Continue Their Business in the theTerritory theTerritory theTerritory
Territory of Panama 1
R R OBILE Ala Jan Jpn HThe Amen AmenI
MOBILE I VI f J can Banana compnny through throughH
H L McConnell of Mobile has hasasked hasasked hasasked
asked the state statedeDartment deuartment at Wash Washington Washington VashIngton ¬
ington to intervene inten ne in their behalf be nlf on onaccount onac onaceunt
account ac unt of alleged interference 1J by the theCosta theCosta theCosta
Costa Rican government with the thefruit thefruit thefruit
fruit companys planting railroad railroadbuilding railroadbuilding railroadbuilding
building and other operation in the theterritory theterritory theterritory
territory now belonging to Panama Panamabut Panamabut Panamabut
but at one time under the jurisdiction jurisdictionof
of Costa Rica and have asked for fordamages fordnmasC5 fordamages
damages In the sum of 2210000 32210000Dates 2210000Dates 2210000Dates
Dates Back to 1903 1903The 1903The 1903The
The matter Is now before the state statedepartment statedepartment statedepartment
department The trouble dates dates back backto backto backto
to the summer of 1903 when w en the Costa CostaRican CostaRican CostaRican
Rican governmen it ig alleged slight slightly slightly lightl
ly l interfered with the purveying of the thecompanys thecompanys thecompanys
companys railroad route but when whenthe whenthe whenthe
the United Unitf > d States government at that thattiro thattime thattime
tiro time instructed d iijniuuster Iik li ste to Costa CostaRica CostaUica CostaRica
Rica to use hia hi gW dL vL J offices omc tb pre prevent preYent preent ¬
vent ent any an further interference Costa CostaRica CostaRica
Rica it is understood disclaimed right rightof rightof
of jurisdiction subject to the render rendering ¬
ing of the Loubet award on Sept 11
1900 Prior to that date the territory territoryhad territoryhad territoryhad
had for a number of years been b en in dis dispute dispute dispute ¬
pute between the republics of Colom Colombia Colombia Coiombia ¬
bia and Costa Rica but under terms
Chicago Jan 14 HA A special from fromNaxrogdoches fromNacoedoch frothNacogdoches
Naxrogdoches Tex to the Daily News Newssays Newssays cws cwssays
says saysIndictments saysIndiclments saysindictments
Indictments charging Charles F Thy Taylor Ta Talor Thybr > ¬
lor and Alice L Webb now Mrs Brodie BrodieL
L Duke with swindling have been beenmade beenmade beenmade
made public These true bills were re returned Tet returned ¬
turned t rncd last September and have been beenkept beenkept beenkept
kept in readiness by the sheriff await awaiting awaltIng awaitlag ¬
ing the return of either vr r both of ofthem ofthem ofthem
them to the state stateNew stateNew stateNew
New York Jan 14 14Irs Mrs Brodie TJ TJDuke J JDuke LDuke
Duke whose marriage to Brodift T TDuke L LDuke LDuke
Duke a half brother of the president of ofthe orthe ofthe
the American Tobacco company was Wa fol followed followed followed ¬
lowed by b her husbands commitment to a asanitarium afnnltarium asanitarium
sanitarium and proceedings to inquire into intohis Intohis Intohis
his sanity made a statement of the cir circumstances SI SIcumstancES 1r 1rcumatanees ¬
cumstances under which she met soul soulmarried K11dmarried andmarried
married Mr Duke today Mrs Duke de deelnrod tieelated
elated that fho Oh xvaiited to he b fet et right riphtbefore rfEhtJfore rightbefore
before the > public She told bow alto met metMr metMr
Mr 11 Duke as the result of an effort to tosecure toS4 tosecure
secure S4 > Cure n loan on tobacco lands In n Texas Texssyaid TexHssld Texasraid
raid sld that she h was di dumf1I1nbfd mf nmbed when Duke Dukeproposed t Dukeproposed > uke ukeproposed
proposed marriage to her that Duke hud hudpromised hudpromised hadpromIsed
promised to give i e her stocks and bonds hondsbut h bondsbitt nds ndsbut
but has never done so soMrs soMrs soMrs
Mrs Duke < said h1 that she bud to been en t large largely largely largely ¬
ly interested In tobacco raising interests interestsnear hlterestsnear interestsnear
near Rodfleld Tex T < X that she sh was former formerwag formerly
ly in bu business intSS In hicago and that alto shcwas altowas
was a land and immigration agent of the thoSouthern tht1Southern theSouthern
Southern Pacific company Mrs Duke Dukethen Duklthen Dukethen
then stated that she had required the thesum thesum thesum
sum of J1S50Q 1B OO to pay for the Redfiold Redfioldland Redtloldland Betifioldland
land as although she had possession ot otit otit otit
it she did not have a clear title because becausethe becauseth becausethe
the th land belonged to the bankrupt firm firmof firmof firmof
of Sully Co which could not deliver a adeed adecd a adeed
deed to her Her first Introduction to Mr MrDuke MrDulce MrDuke
Duke was the outcome of her attempt Jtt mpt to tosecure tosecure tosecure
secure a loan from him to develop d vclop her herlands herlands herlands
lands at Redfiold RedfioldMr
Mr Duko came up and saw me In InXew InNrw inNew
New York and three days afterward he heasked hI hIasked heasked
asked me m to marry him said ld Mrs Duke DukeI
I was QS dumfounded at the request but buthe buthe buthe
he Insisted that I become his wife and I Ifinally rfinally Ifinally
finally consented and we were married on onDec onDee onDec
Dec 19 13When 19Vhen 19When
When Mr Duke asked me to marry marryhim marryhim marryhim
him we discussed his family affairs The Thefact Thetact Thefact
fact that he had been twice married and andhad anClhad andhad
had four children made me realize It Itwould Itwould itwould
would be unpleasant for me to mt1rr marry hUn hUnI nlmand himand
I and enter into his family fnmJI However II w wverI wverItold erI erItold I Itold
told hint that I would sign an apr grqnteflt grqntefltnot etnent etnentnot en1 en1not
not to accept any of his property i in n case caeoof cl1sa cl1saor caseof
of death only securing s curlng lCor for myselfmy n1 niyselfflWown 1el my myown
own roperty at Red1elc4 whiCh 1 1i situ situLS
of a special agreement was under tem temporary temporary ternporary ¬
porary jurisdiction of the latter That Thatdispute Thatdispute Thatdispute
dispute was submitted s to President PresidentLoubet PresidenrLoubet PresidenfLoubet
Loubet of France for arbitration and andhis andhis andhis
his award a fixed tthis this territory as Co Colomblas Celotubias I Ilomblas
lomblas lotubiasS
S Stopped All Work WorkAfter WorkAfter WorkAfter
After Costa Rica had In November
1903 disclaimed the right of jurisdic jurisdiction jurisdiction jurisdiction ¬
tion and under und r that disclaimer Mr MrMcConnell 1IrMcConnell MrMcConnell
McConnell continued his work by byplanting byplanting byplanting
planting fruit and making preparations preparationsfor
for building the railroad and improv improving ImprovIng improvlug ¬
ing the port of Gadocan The latter latterpart latterpart latterpart
part of July Jul 1904 the Costa Rican Ricangovernment Ricangovernment
government it is 10 alleged sent an anarmed anarmed anarmed
armed force to Gadocan and intercept intercepted ¬
ed a valuable cargo of supplies and andafter andafter andafter
after permitting the discharge of the thegreater thegreater thegreater
greater portion of ofthe the cargo confis confiscated confiscatetl confiscated ¬
cated the portion so discharged and andstopped audstopped andstopped
stopped all railroad work at Gadocan GadocanThe GadoeanThe GadocanThe
The Cbetfi JJttoan government goemm nt is still stillin stiltin
in control tro1 oT r the thttenttocy territory anfl at dtOnMnuto Continue Continueto
to prevent the th work it is said although althoughthe
the Panama government which sue succeeded 5Ceeded sueceeded ¬
ceeded to this territory t rritoo although its itssecession itssecession itsaccession
secession from Colombia has declared declaredits
its sovereignty and right of o jurisdic jurisdiction jurisdicI jurisdiction ¬
tion and has since in an oflicial com communication communication coinmullication ¬
I munication to Mr McConnell submitted submittedhis
his right 9f of Dossession
Duke DukeSane Sane ane Enough to Manage His is Business BusinessWoman Woman in the theCase theCase theCase
Case Was Waslndicted Indicted Indictedin in Texas Last September For ForSwindling ForSwindLing
Swindling SWin ling
New York Jan 14 HAfter After a a Confer conferjence Conferencc conference
ence encc with his attorney today W r G GBramham GBramoom GBrambam
Bramham private secretary secretary to B L LDuke LDuke LDuke
Duke who is now confined In a sani sanitarium sanitarium saultarium ¬
tarium on Long island awaiting an in inquiry inquiry1nto iiiquiry
quiry quiry1nto Into his mental condition gave gaveout gaveout gaveout
out the following statement statementMr
Mr lr Duke will have no nothing tains to do dowith dowith dowith
with his wife until all the charges made madeagainst madoagainst madeagainst
against him are thoroughly cleared up upMr upMr
Mr Duke is as sane as any man living livingand livingand livingand
and in my opinion o lnion he will be released releasedfrom r relasetfrom lQas 1 1from
from the charge of Insanity InsanityI
I have known him for years years and he hois heIs heIs
is capable of managing his own af affairs affairs affairs ¬
fairs fairsMr
Mr Duke told me yesterday he hewould hewould hewould i
would not see Mrs Duke or r any of hex heirepresentatives h hexrepresentatives l lrepresentatives
representatives until the charge chargeagainst chargeagainst chargesagainst
against himwere cleared up Mr Duke Dukesays Duke8YS Dukesays
says it 1 any of the charges against Mrs MrsDuke MrsDuke lr lrDuke
Duke prove to be true he will have his hismarriage hisn1arrlage hismarriage
marriage annulled annulledMr
Mr Lr Bramhams attorney Champe Cham pc E EAndrews EAl1dws EAndrews
Andrews and John D Lindsay Lindsa > repre representing representing representing ¬
senting the Duke family conferred conferredwith conferredwith I Iith
with ith Assistant A stant District Attorney Attolne Par Parkins Perkins ¬
kins today regarding regardingthe the Duke case caseI
ated four miles from iCacojjdoches Nacn lls In I Ireply Ireply
reply to this < Mr Duke said I believe believeIn
In yon OU now and anr I will never doubt you youany youany ou
any an more I shall trust you and I will willfind willfind willfind I
find a way wa to give Ive you U while I am alive alivestocks alivestoclcs alivestocks
stocks and bonds and what Is l Idt ft after aftermy aftermy
my death the children can fight over If Ifthoy Irtho ifthey I
they tho want to toDid toDid toDid
Did Mr 1 Duke give you any such stocks stocksand stocksamI stocksand
and bonds was asked askedNo askedo nakedNo
No o he never did didMrs didMrs didMrs
Mrs Duke then told of her marriage by b bRev
Rev XV XV v Coe in n New York Th Thflived They y
lived at a hotel until Mr lr Duke was taken takenaway takenawa takenaway
away awa on Jan 7 she he said saidI
I have nothingto nothIng to fear In Texas Tc as she shesaid shesaid shesaid
said I am not afraid to go back there thcrpand thereS
S and while I have no knowledge kno ledge of any anyIndictment anyIndirtment anyindictment
Indictment against me there 1 can cim con conh connj coneeha
ceive h of no reason r for r one C This pioperty piopertyof
Z eOjer
of mine i nj in Texas I have II Improved by bybuilding bybuilding
building bulldln houses hom for tenants and have havemade havemade I
made it selfsupporting froIC upporUng I also have raised raiseda
a crop rop of tobacco tobaccoMr tobaccoI tobaccoMrs I
Mr Mrs I Duke produced a letter which she shesaid sheMk shefeiki
said was written by her husband to her herfather herfather I Iflither
father in which he wrote of her In af affectionate a afeetlopate ¬
fectionate terms Mrs lrs Dukeu DukcS3iU Duk said that thatshe tbutKhe thatshe
she was wa born near 1 < ar Buffalo thirtyseven thirtysevenyears thittysevfnars thirtysevenyears
years ars ago and came to Mrs Desulalnes Desulalneshoarding Desplainesboarding < > s shomm
hoarding house in this city when 12 1 years yearsold yearsold
old Her H < > r mother she said was He Hden Jen E EChapman EChapman EChapman
Chapman a daughter of the professor pror sor of oflatiKUUscp of18t1hi oflatigiiixges I
latiKUUscp 18t1hi F in the University of New N w Lon London 1ondon Loudon ¬
don Her grandfather was Thomas S SWebb SWebb
Webb ebb the tb > father fathf > r of Free Fr > Masonry in this thiscountry thi thiscountry
country she declared She also told of ofhor orher ofher I
her marriage marrin in ISM to George W V lieu IIopkinson lieukinson
kinson which marriage narrin f she said TV was S an annulled annulled annailed ¬
nulled and of her marriage In 3S97 159 5cn to toEdward toHlward toEdward
Edward F Powell and her divorce from fromhtm fromh fromlihn
htm h In 1003 1003I 1903S 1903WILL i
I Japan Ready to Extend the War WarZone WarZone VarZone
Zone if It Becomes Becomesj
j I t I Necessary Necessaryj N ecessa ry
j Washington Jan 14 HMr Mr Takahira Takuhiraj
j t the Japanese minister had a long talk talkwith talkwith
I with Mr Loomis the acting actin secretary secretaryi
i lof of statetoday state today about the Chinese neu neutrality neutrality neutraiity
trality and Russias circular note to the theI
I powers on the subject subjectj
j So far as the press dispatches show showI showthere
I there are alleged instances instances specified in Inthe Inthe
j the latest Russian RU > slan note of violation by byChinaof byI byChinaof
Chinaof Ctlna of neutrality that have not been beenmentioned beenmtntioned beenmentioned
I mentioned in previous notes on the thesubject thesubject thesubject
subject and replied to by Japan JapanWhether i
Whether the Japanese government will willsee willsee i isee
I see fit further to reply probably will willnot wIllI
I not be determined until the official text textor textI
I I of the note has become generally generallyknown generallyt generallyknown
known knownIt It can be stated that the atti attitude attitude attitude ¬
t tude of Japan regarding Chinas neu neuraUty necI i itrality
I trality remains unchanged The Jap Japanese Japal1Ese JapJ
J anese government was quick to respond respondto respon responSecretary
to Secretary Hays note to the powers powersi powersurging powersurging
urging the respecting of the neutraUt neutraUtland neutrality neutralityand
i land and administrative entity entItyQf of China Chinaand Chinaand Chinaand
and It Is believed that Japan will be op opposed opposed ¬
posed to the suspension of 3 the agree agreement agreement agreemeat ¬
I ment of the belligerents to limit the thezone thezone thezone
zone of operations in the effort to ad adhere adhere adhere ¬
here to Secretary Hays Haysrequest request In the theevent theennt theevent
event however that Russia R ssia determines determinesto
to withdraw her her adhei adherence adhernce ce to this prin principle principle principle ¬
ciple this winhe wiil be necessary n ne < ssa sar for Japanas Japan Iapanas
as the other belligerent to tortillow followi 110 suitmd suit suitand h it itend
and she willprobably will pr probably bab Y dof do doitqdickly tltq itquickly ickly If IfRussia ItIt1Esln ifreaes
Russia reaches rea tlestbis this decision
t I IFrench 1French
French Chamber of Deputies In InSession inSession inSession
Session Yesterday YesterdayPREMIER Ye YesterdaysS YesterdaysPREMIER terdaYa terdaYaPREMIER
ARIS RlS Jan 15 l lt2lg 215 li a rn mPre mPremler niPremier Pre Premler
P mler Combes oablnet weathered a astorm astorm astorm
storm after the chamber of depu deputies deputies deputies ¬
ties session lasted until after 1 oclock oclockthis oclockthis oclockthis
this morning nnd secured a majority majorityof
of ten on a a motion supporting the dec declarations detlarations deelarations ¬
larations ot o the themtnlsters ministers and approv approving apIMOVIng approvlug ¬
ing the policy of the government The Theresult Theresult Theresult
result was was reached after u debate debatemarked debatemarked debateniarked
marked by frequent violent alterca altercations altercations altereations ¬
tions threatening a free tight and dur during during durbig ¬
ing the course of which whl < h an opposition oppositiondeputy oppositiondpput oppositiondeputy
deputy dpput flourished a saucepan ucellan in the thelh thethe
5 if the lh o premier pTmi r The majority al aljot 81Tot alrot
jot Tot large is considered in idt > rt gUm sulMisur gUmt
C t fteur surf < the retention rt lItion of the theienrrally thet theYft thej
Yft j ienrrally nrralh ally expeit expfttd d that the theKJ th thigJ theestiqa
< estiqa igJ KJ xi < ulminate u minatc in the over overgo overthTtr ¬
thTtr W1 go p ministry mini tJ of Premier Premierjg PremierCoiic
Coiic 9 jg tlhth tb t floors and gallerts gallertsy gaUerlIC
v IC ifr Vi y persons ppr olliS who desire desirt1tol I Itwtt5t i iJnal
tol twtt5t J 3Ti Jnal nal it struf trU8S1e le The con confi
ieht t fi f trinistry n lnlstr had been beenAground bet > II IIl
l Aground g mllud The principal principalpr principalqrn
qr qrn pr > > sti llIlIn ii < > 7i were wereii weree
> S ti e ii Opposition Oppositiongsse Oppositionm 01ti 01tiS
S gsse hnseJ 3 < rn batting the policy policyfr polkyill
fsCqi fr ill COTiibes ilb s for separation septlr U n of ofpi O O3t
pi statf i1r 3t ttr second those d dJJ de deflQ dead
flQ ad JJ tut e govpiijments J g i P Timents tIlUectioD c < < illectk iilectionb n nSlpOJrts
1 b t SlpOJrts PQ po ts regarding the > lives of ofai ttarz t trP
arz rP ljJ ai a t d i 1 third t those com comtiKti comla cornpiatif
piatif la tiKti 4kli hi tardiness ot the tb mlnls mlnls3msP mlnlsti ministtff
ti ttff l i 3msP r liig i i law creating cre tng an in in3fittjS Infro inpmE4iuii
fro pmE4iuii pmE4iuiitJlhst i
3fittjS tJlhst h isA Stiptafe ctatti l u elements ci ments sapped the thestrngt thestr thestrngttr
strngt str strngttr 1 ft pttnci i t eaajority ajurity until Premier PremierCombes PremierCC8mb PremierCiubeij
CC8mb Combes fQyid 9 dpJmSoE1f vhlmaelf confronted by byJfigb byt byrcbeiion
Jfigb t rcbeiion Ufcn ron fii1tisth nTgH s th i1 a ran ranks k s His speech speechdays apeechfii speechdays
fii I tt days debate on the thew the11c thethe
11c w spoi uieigo the e getintexit eirnmeiit lmput was a vetie vetiedefchsa vebet veiteitnefdptenge
itnefdptenge > defchsa t l1e ofTj f > l ministry and a de dett
tt Mbr hisitrac rators tors
tr Si stt nguage nguagef
f I > a fe men who sought soughtjr soughtil soughtwho
il t n jr who glorified glorifiedy glorified1Iq19 glorifiedtilouInYiuUJVu
tilouInYiuUJVu i atfY y who ho now seek to toto toroUS toroUAJliaipil1to
1Iq19 roUS roUAJliaipil1to h trJr to the pitch of at atetat atffiff atiptttg
iptttg ffiff As ii detat etat said M Mtime 11o MipmxW
ipmxW o 1i I Ieremier
eremier rem1 erred to the calum calumn ealumnithich
n nithich MO h 11 hdiut ot spared his white wkiteh whitehar4He
h har4He 1rs Ii f witi vxslie h1Irred time to complete completewould completethe
the t iiei orlt Kag rtgauTtlie t fi thp religious associ associatiotJSilJT associntiot1sJipd
atiotJSilJT J tet4t 111 ministry were re retaineLL retaitxxl
taineLL b t would proceed to toconsit toconsidcijhtj J
consit considcijhtj on n Z5e e tax workingmens workingmensReparation workJnSJlenSpensiO workIngnenspenaioirt
pensiO tiR ax 91i Reparation paraUon of church churchHut cl1UIchand cliutchand
and st stxe e Hut itt t the latter would wouldSf wouldbe wouldbe
be mod znodlfiJ4 Sf to avoid any spirit spiritn spiritof
of intol intola En n closing Premier Premiermajority PremlelCombeos Premieroxubes
Combeos CombeosI f ti tiI
I I hope hOlitl majority will be main malnto maintained mahitaixied
tained in iiii to carry out this npl nplrsa pot polk poticy
k icy If t fer rsa s to b Im a ftOtkec ° th r min ministry minisry rainisit ¬
istry isit it w wi wilJ1 2 c one of reaction The Thechamber Thechamb Theqhamber
chamber r must choose < between Wkrch Wkrching mkrchIng nkrchlug
ing + forward or lending lendln itself to re reaction reactioil reaction ¬
Tumult Poliowred Folloiv d dThe dThe
The speech spe h wste ie irS JoterrttiWetl her herdemonstrations ie e < < ynoiSy y ydemonstrations
demonstrations of ofappl applause uHe and Dis Disapproval s sapproval ¬
approval approvalMM
MM Ribbt Rib t and Bos attacked the theministry he hemlnistr heministry I
ministry mlnistr the latter declaring thafiL thafiLQoihbes tbatLG01nbes that thatQoinbes
Qoihbes policy was one of falsehood falsehoodand falsehoodad I Il1d
and dissimulation An indescribable indescribabletumult Ind Indescribabletumult rtbable
tumult tumul followed folowed The Socialists Socahstc en endeavored e endeavored ¬ I
deavored to scale the benches benche to at attack at attack attack
tack members on the opposite oppolite si4e of ofthe
the chamber chamblr and amid cries crIe of Trai Trt ra rator 1 1tor
tor Coward Aassassin Aasasin the thepeas thepeasident pres president pre
ident temporarily t suspended the sea
alert sionThe alertThe
The violent scenes sene were wer renewed renewedI renewe renewedwhen
I when the session was as resumed resume and anda andaprelmiIy a apreliminary aprelimtitVry
preliminary prelmiIy vote showed the th govern government gen genment government ¬
ment had a majority of fourteen fourten The Thedecisive Thedecsive Thedecisive
decisive decsive vote ote was taken on a motion motionof mein meinor
of Bienvenu Martin artn approving the dec declarations de deelarations ¬
larations laratons and programme progrmme of the th gov government govf ¬
f ernment erment which whicl was adopted by a vote voteo ol oli j ji
i i of o 2SO to 279 t
Canal Dock Men at Colon on onStrike onStrike onStrike
Strike ForSl For 1 a Day Dayin Dayin I Iin
in Gold GoldColon U UColon 1 1olon
Colon olon Jan Ta 14 l 14Two Two hundred hundrd canal canaldock ct ctdock esutatdock
dock men and other laborers labore at at1n at1nCrstbel atsSan atsSanCristobel > San SanCrlstobel
Crlstobel Crstbel have struck The men Dlei have haverefused h haverefused
refused reused to work for 3150 150 150 per perdf day de demanding flemanding tiemantling ¬
manding 2 in silver sier which whih te I equiv equivalent equivalent uiv uivulent ¬
alent to 1 In gold and which the th Co Colon eoIon CoIon ¬
Ion dock men receive rtcelve rtcelveThe receiveThe v vThe
The local 1001 resident engineer enginer today todayplacarded todayplacrdel todayplacardeti
placarded placrdel the following followingAll foUowlngAl
All Al canal laborers laorers involved inovein in to tostrike rie riestrIke the thestrike
strike who do not notimmedi immediately telyrepMt telyrepMtfor report reportfor reportfor
for work willnot wiL will not be fe reemployed reemplo3ed any anywhere anywhere m7here ¬
where here on the canal cnal works S SAn on 0 the lath isthmus ishrus lathmus ¬
mus musAn rus rusAn
An effort efart is being bens made moe to bring bringPanama bringPanama hilagPanama
Panama laborers taborersto to Colon to unload unloadthe unlodj unloadthe
the the idle ships shipsy shipsWashingioli i
j ij
ashington y Jan 14 1Panunns 14Panantans Panunvans are areopposed areopposed areopposed
opposed to the recommendation recommcmlatou or ofMr orr orMr
Mr r Barrett American Americn representative representativeat reprsetatve reprsetatveat
at the isthmus that thlt officesof ofceof minister mililr mililrand iniuiterand
and governor goveltor of the t canal mal zone zore be bemerged bemerged e emerged
merged into the oflice otce of governormin governorminister ¬
ister This news comes come in a cable cablegram eablegrm eabiegram ¬
gram grm from the th minister mlnlst1r of foreign fore1 n af affairs uffairs affairs ¬
fairs to the Panaman Paaman minister mlni er at atWashington utVashingon atWashington
Washington Vashingon Mr Obaldia who called calledat calledat aUednt
at the state department d ptrtment today to in inform inform inform ¬
form the th officials of als of the fact fct Mr MrObaldia MrObaldia
Obaldia Obadla also discussed with the the offi officials of ollidais ¬
dais the arrangements for the boun boundary bouxidary ¬
dary dar line lne between Costa Rica andPaflama and andPanama td tdPahamn
NTJhicago Chiaso hieago Jan JUt 14 Hrhe The attempt of ofT3avid ofaid ofDavid
David aid McKenzie reputed to be weal wealthy wea wealthy ¬
thy in mining interests inter ts in Idaho to tosecure tosecure
secure seure his release r lenHe from rom custody on a awrit awrit
writ of habeas htbena corpus which whih was is issuad issued
sued yesterday tsterdy by b Judge Sanborn Sanbor of ofthei ofthe ofthai
thai the United States district distrit court cour failed failedtoduy faied faiedtOdl failedtoday
today tOdl after afer four hours ot argument argumentthe argment
the court ordering the sheriff sherff to again againtake agin agintake againtake
take charge chare of O f McKenzie McKenzie McKenziewho McKenzieWho McKenziewho
who was waS arrested areted some time tme ago ao on ona ona ona
a charge of wife abandonment de declares decares dedares ¬
dares that he h is being illegally ieely held heldin heldjaU1n heldin
in cares jail jaU1n in Chicago The case cae will wi come comeup comeup comeup
up for final fnal hearing a next Tuesday TuesdayFAILED TuesdayI TuesdayFAILED
I Bost Boston nla Mass Jan J 14 14Th The con conference conference < on onCerence >
ference held at the state stte Iruse huSE to today to today >
day on invitation invItton of Governor GovernorDouglas Gveror Gverorougla GovernorDouglas >
Douglas ougla between bet n representatives rpresntaths rpresntathsf rcpcesentativesof f fof
< manufactu nranufactur1 nranufactur1and 1 1and
of f Vie e Fall Fa River muactur muacturad
and ad their striking stking employes employesat eloye
at 6 p m no n setUementJ setement setementbeen settlement settlementieen
been reached notho nothoTVill 110t itothorwill
will wi be held at the sj Sf SfVfidne Stnext
Wednesday Vfidne QaJo next ntt nttI nextIbTI
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i j TAH TA4s IMUT been be made the th e victim yktm or orgo ofgross
gross go frauds fuds In the th way oi 01 b bgns bf bfs higus < >
gus s bounties buUes on on wild wid animal aimal pelts peltsunless plts pltsunl peltsunless
unless unl 8 officers ofces of the law have ha e been beenbadly ben benbdb beenbadly
badly bdb misinformed mittormt When Je the te annual annualreport annualrpolt annualreport
report rpolt of State Stte Auditor Audior C S Singf Tingey Tingeyand Thigeyand
and the tk tI raespage me of Governor Cutler Cutlerto Cutpr Cutprto
to the legislature leiaaturt showed showe that tat there therewould thprewould therewould
would be b a deficit defcit of 33OOO 39000 O In i wild wildanimal wildanial wildanimal
animal anial bounties bunt a disagreeable disgreble sehsa sehsatton sens sensation
tton tln passed ps over oVr the s sQ stjxe oto Vheu b n H Hwas It dwas
was learned later that there
learne tha were werestill werestill re resUI
still sUI other unpaid unpid certificates crtihete standing standingagainst 8tandilCaginst atantiixx atantiixxagainst
against aginst the th state gtat that might mht swell swel this thisdeficit thisciefdt thadeficit
deficit ciefdt to t still stn greater ret t proportion Irprt ion < f fUcials ff T Tticlais
Ucials f older olderOn olderOn < a bean bgan to think investigation invetgatn S t tOn n in inolder inolder iteider
On an order ordr from Sheriff herf Km EmH EmHof Fnry Fnryof ry ryI
I of t Salt > alt I Lake ake tharles t htrles Jon Jones s was av arrested J
1 rested y sterday yc < tt > rday in Ogtlen o just as a h hvas hwas he hewas
was about < but to board bard a I train trin fi for r rall rallfornia tili tilifori 1a1fornia
fornia fori accompanied anompulitd l hy > y his hi wife wit iml imllittle 11 11HHi nilittle <
little HHi > girt ir Th The > hrrwt hr1t was made madleputy i b bJputy > y yT
T Jputy leputy > eputy Slteriff 81 rir G < A S Scbring < bring and andliceman 1 1 1liceman
liceman Albert lbrt Herrick HerrickJones HeiTik HeiTikJonts BetrickJOlICS
Jones Jonts to i known klHwn to have coIls oler u <
000 in bounties hllnte un w iIi anixna > 1 p1 > 1 1h 9 9in aix
in h ix Weber county alone aOlf He Ire has hasknown ha hl hlknown h hknowi > > >
known to collect clet as high as 40o 401 40 ai I all alloo I > d 3
500 00 in ina a lump Web Webei Vebt Bounty fUnly pn 1 P < d 1
12000 120 in bounties bunte during dUin < the yrr yrrJones Yf yexJones 1
Jones Is now alleged altge t to be assoriitod assoriitodwith a8 aS5i Hil d dwih
with wih gross gr frauds friuds thai th h it is claivii claiviiby cn i I t ti tiby
by b the lht officials of cais have havE bteii bu n perpetrated perpetratedupon Jrptl ted tedupn
upon upn the state At this thI6tme time it is i iUmate es estimated e etimated ¬
timated Umate that tht the total rti frauds taud perp perptrated plrp perptrated
trated tlted by b the gang gan which whichhas has been beenoperating beenopratng benoperating
operating opratng will wil run over 115000 10 Later Laterdevelopments LaTPrdenlopmnts Laterdevelopments
developments denlopmnts may a ay uiiko l lkc the amount amountjstitt amoUt amoUttn amontstiIt
jstitt stiIt tn larger h Ir It I is also alto asserted U8rte thit thita
a score re of men are Ue involved ilvohed in III I the thefrauds 1 i1
I frauds fraudi
i Way Money Was Secured
Various ricks rkk it is asserted assrted frive frivebeen htyeben hiebeen
been ben restorted reorted to in jl securing Suring ir lliY lliYudu1Uy > u uy y
fraudulently udu1Uy from IhO the he various v uiou i tlU tlUties ui uities U Utie
ties tie of the state Thy Th law itMjuirts itMjuirtsthe H ieiuirnsthe luires luiresth
the th person prsn presenting prcstnting the tht ih hid bidp t te tetounty rLetounty teOunty
tounty tounty clerk irk to make affidavit tdai to t the thefact thelat thefact
fact that the animal was killed n nUtah nttah aUtah
Utah ttah within lhin sixty fixt days day from rrfm th the ho time timeof timeof tittieof
of presentation pntaton Ktusugh Enogh of the hide hideto hideto hideto
to include the tall heart htar and an ears Ni must mustbe 1 nustbe U t tb
be b presented pre nte The county cunty clerk is aio aiorequired aLiorequired 10 10rtulr
required rtulr to punch hoi hui1 hica < s in the ars arsto arsto r
to prevent prent duplicate dulkatl bounties bUntits A rr tr trtifitate r rtilkate
tifitate tf < ate is i given ghtn the > appikani applkalt i PaY Iayable PaYable > uy uyable
able by the state Itatt auditor Unpaid rnlal ft r rtiflcates rtfcate rtilicates
tiflcates tfcate amounting amountng to upwards of Ofiooo
30000 iooo 0 are now in il thi possession iol of ofthe ofthe
the auditor audtor and more nlre ire ar p still st to t conic fon1en < oniein
in n The Te legislature leiflatu1 win wi be HKkod to toappropriate toapropriate toappropriate
appropriate apropriate money to pay payof off these thesecertificates 1 thsecertificates hl hleertfa
certificates certificatesSecretary eertfa certificatesSecretary te
Secretary Srelary of State Tiagey Tioe3 who wh was wasstate WSsate yesstate
state sate auditor audior last a8t year ytlr said si last lu t Diktat Diktatthat fi ixiglitthat bt btthat
that he knew nothing nothnE of these thft frauOa frauOaIf fraula frauIS
If I he said sid any of the tht certificates erUtcatt were weretainted WHetainted weretainted
tainted with wih fraud and they tb7 could OU i Id se sesegregated > e esegregated
segregated > d from the th genuine certifi certificates IH IHcat rtill rtillCates ¬
cat cates they Uei would not be b paiJ IMj 1 of ofcourse otCOB ofcourse
course courselt COB course1t
1t is I supposed sU that iWborne lK > me meh cases casesthe ca5sthe
the h county cunty clerks cerK have 1n been bn negiig negglt nt ntin ittin
in punching pUI hig holes hols In tb the ear er eere a of 9 pelts peltsfbr jeltl peltsfbr
fbr which they issued isued certifloates mtil atfs In Inthese Inthee Inthese
these thee cases c the pelts were er passed on onto nito 1
to other counties cuntes arid money lney rolleiied rolleiiedfor oJpld
for them th m again In this way ay the puine puinepelts Ilr sarepelts
pelts plts might be b used uS indefinitely in fnifly In Inother Inother liiother
other cases it is known that th4t the holes holeswere ilps ilpswer holeswere
were wer patched ptchesu S4 so > adroitly adoi as to f 1 fat > oi he heofilcers
ofilcers There Ther has undoubtedly bten btencollusion OtenIuslon ocencollusion
collusion Iuslon extending into 1110 a number lUnbPI of ofcounties ofcountes ofcounties
counties countes but no suspicion suspicon is directed directedagainst tin dirtteelagainst ter
against a alnst any a officer lit ii any county
Jones Jone Accompanied by Women WomenWhen WomenVhen WomenWhen
When Jones T e was arrested arrete on tho th tI de depot deJt iiepot ¬
pot Jt platform pltfurm in Ogdeur O dt yesterday yetEray he hefjkjsd heJk heefktd
fjkjsd Jk to be b taken takn to < a hotel hott I ro o oable n nable Dable
able him to provide proidt for f bJswjfe bllwjfe his wife and andlittle aJf tidlittle
little lttJe girl gd of i S years year ot IC 9 age He H was wastaken n as astake istaken
taken take to theVin t tk Wi4 Windsor J or r On being bing bt I I i g tak taken t3 a k ken itCII ¬
en t t9 a room rObwtn he wa was aeon een by the th pm pmcr tfl tflcer 1 fi ficer
cer cr who accompanied acompni him to Un hJw hJwmony iii v vmoney a amoney
money belt blt ni nlol > n the bed h ai an1 a xl l < i t tit e or orit
it i up The Officer cer took tool post ps essior essiorthis i J l > if iflila f ftlm
this tlm but the woman grabJied gabhed it it Aft After A fiC fiCer i ier
er a scuffle 8ufe she be succeeded su ed in II lxiaway s < tti I l g gaway gtWY
away with wiU 40 in money Inon The officer oftievrkept ofhpr ofhprket officerkept
kept ket a watch belonging to It Jones TonE and andthe ald aldthe aidthe
the belt bt in i iii which whih whit ii was W found f und air at atrnothor r rG
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Another Anohr development deniopmtn in i I I ii the story u uwhen i I Iwbfn e ewhen
when wbfn an attorney atJtpy att RII Ut out an at attain attainment at tti a amerit l lment ¬
ment on oh thi money nWltY v ori ti x behalf bhalf of it Lis LisJo T s se stbnea
Jo tbnea es e who is suiiig uiag for fOJ a i i1i i1iJones i i iJons
Jones Jone also asserted aserte that it i ii was w wJltMfls a > Js J Jmans
mans s money and situ that h hp Iiiiig v c cjni J Jins
ins it at her requis rl4ut riqut = t J Jfather 1 1father
father of four children hirel Ti i ifn i iinl v vin
in inl the employ of 1 th t t h 11ttion it ittlon i t > itlO
ttion tlon tlO company < opan3t for fs u t i iiin iiinttae t irJ I It ii iiIIIC
ttae t owner of a t r i > sriu r rC j jt
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