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Reveals New Facts About the theSchettler theSchetter theSchettler
Schettler Schetter Failure FailureEXPLAINS Faiqre FaiqreEXPLAINS
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Ordinarily Ordlnarly I Iam am averse ac se to defending defendingmyself defendingmyself defendingxnyself
myself in the public ubUe print said s id Re Receiver Receiver Receiver ¬
ceiver R R Anderson of the defunct defunctSchettler defunctSchetter defunctSchettler
Schettler Schetter bank bank yesterday yeterday when wh n his at attention attenton attention ¬
tention tenton was called caled to the many conflict conflictIng confict conficting conflicting
Ing stories store which have gained gined circula circulation circulatWl circultion ¬
tion tWl throughout the tho state anent the thehanding thehanding thehanding
handing over off of the sum um of 200 to Mrs MrsCaroline MrsCaroline rs rsCarolne
Caroline Carolne Thompson one of the credit creditors credi creditors ¬
ors of the bank bankI banksincerely
I sincerely deprecate deprec te publicity pU lct con continued contnued continued ¬
tinued tnued Mr Ir Anderson and a HI would much muchruther muchnther muchrt1icr
ruther nther have this subject held In abey abeyance abe abeace abeyance ¬
ance ace until unti the matter mater can be thorough thoroughly ¬
ly y threshed thrrhed out if necessary necessar in the thecourt thdcourt
court at the proper time tme But on sec second secOJld eecond ¬
ond thought it I has h < s occurred to me mE that thatif thati thatIf
if i I remain silent sient my motives motves might be beCjtiestionod beiueaUoncd becLuetionod
Cjtiestionod and and
misinterpreted so soto soto soto
to allay alay any unjust suspucion will wil make makea
a simple statement sttomelt which will wi fully ex explain ex explain e eplain ¬
plain my attitude atttude since Bin e J 1 was appoint appointed ¬
ed receiver receiverI
HI I believe beleve that th t all the criticism criteism now nowcenters nowtontErs nowetiiters
centers < tontErs on my m connection conneton with the Mrs MrsCaroline Mr MrsCaroline
Caroline Carolne Thompson episode This is ismy ismy ismy
my explanation eplanaton of that matter mater Mrs MrsThompson Mrsfhompson r
Thompson came to the bank bnk on or about aboufthe aboutthe aboutthe
the 38th th day of last lat Pctober ctober to see Mr MrB 11 MrB
B H Schettler Schetter about having a settle settleinent settlement
ment of the he deposit depOit of 200 200mad made on onOct onOet onOct
Oct 13 a few days before the banker bankertailed bankerfaied
5 5laIled tailed faied Up lp to that time tme I Know nothing nothingwhatever nothIngwhateCl nothingwhatever
whatever about the transaction transacton and it itvas Itas ituas
vas as only by accident that I overheard overheardher
her on the occasion of that last visit visiton visiton vIsiton
on Oct 28 threatening him Then I Icame rcame Icame
came from the rear of the th bank and andasked andasked andasked
asked her what the trouble was She Sheexplained Sheexplained Sheexplained
explained to me that the county attor attorney attornc attorfey ¬
fey nc or his assistant assistant had asked a kcd her to togive togive togive
give Mr Ir Schettler Schetter one more chance to topay topay topay
pay her and she told me all about it itI itI
I then asked asl < cd her bel if she would be kind kindenough kindenough kindenough
enough to give me until unti the first frst day dayof dayof dayof
of November at 10 a m to raise the themoney then10nC themoney
money n10nC and she promised after afer someheitton someheeltatlon some somehesitation
hesitation heitton tioned toned to wait until untl the time tme men mentioned mentoned mentioned ¬
Urges UrJes Vrg Schettler Schetter to Pay PayAfter rayuAfer PayAfter
uAfer After she went away I pleaded with withIMr wih wihIr withtIr
IMr Ir Schettler Schetter to try toraise to taise the money moneyI
I did this because my sympathies 5 were werestrongly werestrongly werestrongly
strongly aroused by her statement that thatthis thattht thatthis
this tht particular partcular sum of 200 was trust trustmoney trut trutrone3 trustmoney
money rone3 and not her own money at all alland all aliand
and that she must have it itAt itAt itAt
At that time tme I knew practically practicallynothing praclcal practicallynothing
nothing of the dire ire extremity extremiy of the theSchettlers U1eSchctters tileSchettlers
Schettlers Schctters as to any an criminal transac transaction trnac trnacton txnsaction ¬
tion ton the banker might have been en engaged engaged engaged ¬
gaged in Things change materially materialy in intwo intwo Intvo
two months and at that thft time tme I was waswholly waswhol wasvholly
whol wholly engaged enSaged in listing IsUtg assets and li liabilities l 11abilities ¬
abilities abites and had hadmade made no examination examinationto exminaton exminatonto
to spenk qf f When not engaged epgaedin in that thatwork thatwork thatwork
work my myUme < time was t lkfn iken enlledn tip up in trying tryingto tring tringto
to tt pacify patify depositors depositor who came In be bewailing bewalng bewailing ¬
wailing walng their thir losses loses Well Vei I imt ut the theThompson theThOmpson theThOznpaozv
Thompson matter mater up u to Mr Schettler Schettlerard Sch tter tterHr ttler ttlerard
ard Hr bossed hoggedor of f him to try t1 to to raise the themoney themoney thenion
money nion y in this particular parteular caeev Cfe My I at attitudfc attiudt attitudi
tiudt titudfc at that moment towards towais him was wasthat wasthatofa wasthat
that thatofa ofa of a friend andnot and iot5s iiot fis is a a receiver receiverof r ceiver ceiverof
of his bank bunk Be finally tnaly brought the themoney them01tY themoney
money m01tY in a small mal sack ek The he money moneywas moneyWRS moneywas
was In ten UO 80 gold pieties pie cs and he said saidthat saidthat saidthat
that money mont wfes a never ne er jiiqre 1qre hardly hardlyearned hardlyearned hardlyearned
earned than tttatwTvasI t1abwnS hnd that he had hadgot hadgot hadgot
got it i from his bi boy Karl Lester Schet Schettier Schetter Schetber
tierMr ter
Mr Anderson Andersonemphatcal emphatically declared declaredthat declaredthat declaredthat
that he was quoting quolng Mr Ir Sehettlers S < hetters ox oxact exact oxact
act words Mrs 1lrs Schettlers Schetters statement statementthat statementthat statementthat
that onehalf onehal this money mone came from a awoman aoman
woman oman friend to the
contrary not notwithstanding notithstandlng notwithstand ¬
withstanding withstandingTwo withstand ithstandlng ithstandlngTwo lag lagTwo
Two Receipts Given GivenI
1 handed B H Schettler Schetter n I tempora temporary ¬
ry 13 receipt reeeipf or an a order until unti I could couldgot couldget couldget
get the regular or proper one from Mrs MrsThompson Mr MrsThompeon
Thompson Thomtson Mr Anderson went on onThat 01 onThat
That temporary temporar receipt was drawn in infavor infaor infavor
favor of 1f f Karl Lester Schettler Schetter and was wassigned wassigne wassigned
signed signe by b me as an individual indhldual and not notas notas notas
as receiver reeiver of the bank If I it had hap happrned hapPned happned
prned Pned that Karl Lester Lstr Schettler Schetter and andMrs and1lrs andMrs
Mrs 1lrs Thompson Thompsn had mot In the bank at atthe atthe t tthe
the time lme the money was produced produc d I Iwould Iwould Iivould
would not have appeared or have had hadanything hadany hadanything
anything any thinS to do with wih the transaction transacton at atall atall atall
all all I merely mere acted as an agent for forboth forbth forboth
both bth parties partiesWhen parte partierS
S When Mrs 1n Thompson Thompn called caUo I accom accompanied accompanhd accompatiled ¬
panied her over to the Utah tth Commercial CommercialSavings Commlrclal CommlrclalI CommercialSavings
I Savings Saving bank and there deposited the thenoney thenoaey thenoney
noney to my m private prhltp account so that thatmy thatm thatmy
my m own books book would always show the thetransaction thetlanscton thetransaction
transaction tlanscton sheuld that transaction transcton ever everbo everiu
bo 11 questioned flueUone Wh When rhn n that had been done doneI
I immediately immeiat h drew my check for the thein theIn
200 In her favor and anl obtained obtine from her a areceipt aT areceipt
receipt T celpt In favor of Karl Lester Schettler SchettlerI Schetter SchetterI
I took particular prUeuar pains pins to write wrie in her hercavings herEalng heraavings
Ealng cavings book a full tul record reord ofvthe trans transaction tran8aton transaetton ¬
action aton immediately immelatel under the last entry entrythat entl entrythat
that ot thE tht 3W O deposited deposied on Oct 13 13JHO4 13nd 13i9O4nd
JHO4 i9O4nd and nd thn wrote for her beneath beneth that thatentry thatntry thatentry
entry the te funewinl following words words19W words1994Oct
19W 1 1994Oct 0 Oct t 13 3 deposits de olts t 200 which whichhYO 200 200two 200two
two hundred dollars dolars deposited dtpOfed on Oct Octn
3 n 1 1904 1 was wa restored r torpd and paid pid over to me mein meIn
in ash fash by b Mr R R Anderson as a pri priv vrlte un unate
v ate te Individual IndhlduaJ AND NOT AS A RK RKCKIVER RECEIVER
CKIVER VER on this let st day da of November Xovember3IKM ovemberm
3IKM m and an I hereby agree 8bep to participate participateily partcipte
< > > ily 1 Iy in the thedividends dividends of the remaining remainingbalance remainingbal remainingbalance
balance bal nc8 of Q 28fiS6 ti standing stndln on O this book bookto bookto bookto
to my credit c tt and I hereby relinquish relnqul h all allclaims al allclaims i
claims whatever to the the dividends dlvl Ed9 which whichmay whichmay I Ima
may ma be b declared dellTc on the 2 2 200 < 0 which hlch I have havethis havethis I Ithl
this thl day daV received rcceve In favor of said R R R RAnderson It Itndrson
dividends Anderson nfteNn and authorize him to draw drv the thedividends thedividcnds thedividends
Wltnen Vitnt E F Schettler SchettlerYoung i iYoung I
Young Schettler Schctter Schetto Becomes 1ecomes a Creditor CreditorThis CreditorThis CreditorThis
This combined cmbine receipt rEflpt and order was wasSigned wat wassgned
Signed fgned by Mrs r Caroline Carolne Thompson and I
i i day da ortwolater ortwc ortd laer later by her granddaughter granddaughterMiss ganddughter ganddughterU8S
Miss U8S Augusta Hunt Hunt This Tis was w necessary n cssar
because lecause this particular ptrtcu a savings f account accountruns account accountrus accountruns
runs rus to either eIber In cd et1o e pf 9CJhadeatji the death of o one onefar oneOr oneor
Or the otcr other And so It 9Jedeat stand stands tody today So
far fa as Karl Irl Lester L ste Schettler S hettcr is concerned concered
he becomes becmes by this very ver transaction transacton a acreditor acreitor acreditor
creditor creitor of the bank Mrs 1I Thompson Thompsonmerely Thompsonmerely Thompsonmerely
merely transferring trnsfern to him her hlr right rght and andtitle andtte andtitle
title tte for that particular partcular deposit on n the thepayment thepayent thepayment
payment payent of a consideration consideraton of 200 20 In Inall Inal Inall
all al this affair aCalr I never saw Karl Kar Lester LesterSchettler LesterSehett LesterSchettler
Schettler Sehett r until unti some ome time tme afterwards afterwardswhen atErard5 atErard5when afterwardswhen
when he brought to my m office offce my tem temporary temprar ternporar ¬
porary prar porar receipt recipt and Mrs Caroline Thomp Thompsons Thompsons hompsons ¬
sons receipt reCtlpt After he h had read red them
both carefully caeCul and listened lstened to my show
Ing he said Brother Anderson I can cannow cn cnnow cannow
now see the justice Jutce of of3our your claim In ask asking asking asking ¬
ing that your our receipt be given up and he hehanded 1e 1ehande hehanded
handed hande me back my temporary temporar receipt of ofhis ofhis ofhis
his own free will wil and choice choice and I Ithanked Ithanked Ithanked
thanked him He loft the office wit withMrs with withMrs
Mrs lr8 Caroline Carolne Thompson s receipt reelpt and andorder andorder andorder
order In his pocket pocket apparently apparenty thorough thoroughly ¬
ly satisfied satisfiedEegarding satisfed satisfedRegardng satisfiedRegarding
Regarding Regardng Sale Sae of Property Propertyii Proper
I S ii < mUch V for aU the Tompson Thompson iiiuiujiHoii niiintjr mater matter
wii take tke up the allusions aluslonf which have
been oecn een made mnd In reference rEforence to the projected projectedI
I1 sale oC ° f the Brigham Brighm street str et property propety The
ischettlers chette are quoted as saying that
I R R Anderson Anderon had advised airainst a lnst the
calling Boing of certain real estate etatc to tie t < the
I bank over the crisis My reply repl to that
assertion a8rton is this Up to within two days tIat
of the failure faiure of the bank T knew krew nothing
about Sehettlers SehtUlers actual financial condi
tion other than his printed financial fnanchtl quar
terly terl statement statemtnt showpd Consequently
any an opinion that showf I may have Conseuent given him himcsual hintS
S casually csual at any time tme prior r1or to 1pn that t pt Jn Jnrepard Inregard n nrelard
regard relard to selling selng his real estate cannot cnnot b battributed be beattributed
attributed to bias or influence on my
part part
partDuring During DurinI recent refers Prs It i has not been beenunusual beenunusual beenunusual
unusual for Mr Ir Schfttler SchlteI and myself mvselto mvseltomeet to tomeet tomeet
meet by b chance chanct on Brigham ind street tr et as asother asether s sother
other citizens citzens m meet et each other oth r every ever day da daand
and walk along alon that thoroughfare thorouJhfnre Some Sometimes Sometmes Sometimes ¬
times tmes he would pause paust near his house and andwould andwould andwould
would say IY to me me Robert Robert I have been beenoffered beenoffered beenoffered
offered J20000 0 for my home If I you ou were wereTOG wte wteo werenio
TOG o would you sell sPI It it for or that And nd In Invariably tnvarlably invariably ¬
variably I replied reple No sir I would not not
You ought oUtht to get S30000 sO forIt for or It It It I Is Isworth Isworth isworth
worth all ni of that Whenever I made mat1t a areply arepl areply
reply repl like lke that thatou you must remember these thesoconvpraton theseconversatfon
conversations convpraton were held many man weeks and andmonths andmonths
months before the tl bonk h k failed fRledT ailedI T gave gaveutterance govt gaveUtterance
utterance uterance to my opinion as a a friend and andeven andM andeven
even M n If It T had bd made such a reply one onetwo onetwo onetwo
two or three thref days before the bank failed failedI faied faiedI
I had no thoueht thoucht of litlurincr tn1urlnc the the cred creditors crdiors creditors ¬
itors iors or depriving depriving the t e depositors deDo ltors of ono onodollar onodolar onedollar
dollar dolar of any n money mone which B H Schet Schettled SchettlN1 Schettied
tied might have turned turne over if he had hadsold hadsold hadsold
sold his property
It I will wl be noted that Schettler Schetler refers refersto rCfers rCfersto
to the house and land as a om m house houseMrs hou houseMrs e
Mrs 118 Schettler sars a5 the deeds dees for this thisproperty thisproperty thisproperty
property were made in nor favor f vor In 18S3 18S3Talks 1S83Talks S
Talks of Sehettlers Schetters Long Insolvency InsolvencyI Isolvec
I wish to say distinctly distncty and emphat emphatically empbt empbtlean emphatically ¬
ically lean too that no man has been able ableto ableto ableto
to get from me a statement that Schet Schettler Schetter Schettier ¬
tier ter knew knev he he was insolvent while whle he was wasoperating wasoperatn wasoperatln
operating operatn his hank hanl and even today toda I Idoubt Idoubt Idoubt
doubt If Schettler will wi admit that he is isInsolvent isnsolvent Isinsolvent
Insolvent nsolvent How HoW could I Itnorr kno that Mr MrSchcttlep MrSchetUr MrSchettler
Schcttlep SchetUr knew he was ws Insolvent when hen at atall atal atall
all al times Um he was ws insistent II istent that he was wasnot Wasnot wasnot
not insolvent Insolvlnt and that if given f1en a little littletime ltto lttotme littletime
time tme no one would < 2 lose oe a dollar dolar My Myknowing Mykiiowing I IkowlnJ
knowing kowlnJ that he hE Is 1 Insolvent and has hasbeen hls hlsbepn hasbeen
been for years Year is no proof pror that Mr MrSchettler MrSehettler Ir IrSchetler
Schettler Schetler bimsel himself knew he Ill was Insolvent InsolventNearly Insol insolventNearly > nt ntNearb
Nearly Nearb even depositor deposior who comes into Intom Intomy
m my oftce office wants to know w what at wore Mr MrSchettiers 11
Sehettlers Schetlers secret seret or real rtal motives motves for do doIng
Ins Ing up the bank How can cn I tell el what whathis whathis whathis
his motives motves were were He may ma not have had hadanv hodany hadany
any motive motve for all al that I know and this thistr thistrouble
trouble tr ublp mav havepradually hve r ualh come noon unonhim noonhim noonhim
him I am not a psychologist or a mind mindreader mindreadtr mindreader
reader readtr If I was ws nerhaps nerlvs I could cUld fathom fathomthis fathomthis fathomthis
this is a very er brief brllC time lme timeMany
Many any people have aYo asked me mC to idye idyemy dve dvem idvemy
my m personal oninion o lnlon concTnnir cn < rnn Sehet Sehettlers Shptters SehettIers ¬
tIers ters life Jfe 3s a bgnker nker If I I were wprE to ven venture venture yentune ¬
ture an ppinlonsft would sav that ht he has haslived hasJved haslived
lived Jved too O pplnloJ cose to the 1ht Lor1 Lort until utl he has haslost haslost haslost
lost a trroper u per sense of right rlcht and wrong wrongHe wrongHe wrongHe
He Is known amongst amon t many tn r eor 01e le as a anoiy ILhol aholy
hol holy noiy man aim and In in my mv 10n lone IUH UAIJOIVIIIV experience such suchmfn suchmen u < i imen
men mfn ar arf are extremely extrpmei dangerous danterous in bU5Jnes hueineuTheir u ne neTeir
Their Teir hand Is s out nlirht nllht and day da for forsecret forseet f ° r rsecret
secret cornmlsTions eorml = fons tntl nd ther th the are nrnlul nrnlulto ready readyto readyto
to eo IO In on a deal wh where re they can maVe maVemono nakemono akp akpmone
mono without wihout Meonie lole knowln knoJIC ° about H HI Itetc
I I etc tr Mr Ir Schettler Schetter 5 to me mf in a certain certainsense eertlnltDe certainsense
sense ltDe n rzzle zzlc This hiR entire conclusion conclusionI
I has ha < < v eme > i e e to me mt durln r the th past 0t three threemont1s threemonths
months mont1s
Laxative Laxatye Bromo Quinine the world worldwide worldwide orld orldwide ¬
wide Cold and Grip remedy remove removethe r6moVe romovethe
the cause Call Cal for the tht full name and andlook anda andlook
look for signature a of E It W Grove r 25c 25cAIM 25cAIM
Bishop Spalding Spaldingas Says Habit Keeps KeepsMen KeepsMen Keepsen
Men en Down DowmThe Dow DownThe
The Rt Rt Rev Rf F S Spalclln Spa dlng preached preched at atj atSt
j I St St Pauls church yesterday morning morll tak takin takt
I t in inl as his text Phil Phi 111 i 1314 131 Af Au1ot Au1otthe i1t ter not noting notlag ¬
lag the the frct ct that these the word wore St StPauls StPauls StPauls
Pauls Pauls ovrtr motto moto Sod 11 therefore t eliorc should shouldbe sbou1 shouldbe
be the motto moto of a congregation congrp aton which has hastaken hastakfn ha hataken
taken takfn St Paul as It i its patron atronlalut saint the thebishop t1i t1ibishop le lebishop
bishop called cS1N attention atlnton to the fRet that thatall thatRJrelgion thatall
all RJrelgion religion insisted iDdsted on the UI uoslbltC possibilities of ofa oCa ofI
I a man who vho had been btn hiving Uvln = on H 1 low lowmoral lowmoral lowmoral
moral plane chansrin chanfin hi his mental m ntRI t1 and andmoral > nd ndmoral
moral outlook outook and in a definite cfnlte W2 vay ay liv living lv lvInS livlog ¬
log InS a chan chartzod = pd d life lre It I wax WRI therefore thereforestrange th thereforestrange r for forstrnge
strange strnge that thlt so o man many m mon n whoso hOe lives livesw Iheswprc liveswere
w were re xinsftUsfactory n ftfIHtory to thcirwelvcw thtC and andothers Rndothers andothers
others should lould not take advantage adntge of the thepower tm tmpower thepower
power of religion relgion and live lve for better betterthings beter beterthin betterthings
things thin The reason rtson of such neglect nl lCt Is to tobe tofound tobe
be found In the power of habIL habILWo habiLr
r Wo Vo become no 1 fixed fxed in cur tr dr h hbit bit llt of nfthought ofthought
thought and conduct that we act almoct almoctas
I as automatons auto tOD and ao wo w need n something somethingfrom Fomethln Fomethlnfrom somethingfrom
from wltLout to < oU us U off of th the track trk of ofour ofour ofour
our prejudices said the th talshoo This Thiscame Tis Tiscame Thiscame
came to St Paul euide tu lde the th ° Damascus Damascuscrate D Dmascusgate moscu8 moscu8Jte
crate Jte and all a1 of the th reasons reaEns for the trou troubles troubles troubles ¬
bles of life lfe may be that they the compel us usto U8to usto
to stop and think and so let new lijiht Into Intoour Intoour Intoour
our minds In spite spie of our narrowness narrownessThe nrowne narrownessThe
The preacher then showed the change changewhich Mangehlch changewhich
which hlch took place In St Pauls view of his hisown hisown hisown
own personal peronal life lfein lifein In his changed concep conception coaceptlon < oceplon ¬
tion lon of the value of his hi fellow felow men and nndIn andin td tdIn
In his hl new visloi ls101 of CTbd Ge The srlfish srlfishPharisee arlfIsIiPharisee
Pharisee became be me nn ni 1 xznselflah nselfAh himble himbleman hJmbfaman lijntbleman
1 man The oxcluslonlst Ixclusionlst became be01 0 9 i world worldmissionary worldmlsflonary worldmissionary
missionary mlsflonary and an the man who had fnd ho holievcd hc11ep helieved
lievcd in a god od who was little lttf more than thxna thJn thJna
11ep a tribal deity deiy believed in the th God in whom whomall whomal whomall
all al men live llt and work and have haE their theirbeing theirbeing
being In the t11 practical practcl application appJrton of ofthese ofth ofthese
these th e truths trths attention atenton was ns called lcd to the theneed thencpd theneed
need of most mo t men mln today tod8 striving ttrlln more moreearnestly moreearnesU moreearnestly
earnestly earnesU to live 1 up to the high calling callingof clng clngof
of God as illustrated Iustrated in the tle life of Jesus JesusChrist JesusChrist JesusChrist
Christ ChristIn ChristIn
In spite of ou protestations rotetnto U t the thecontrary tbecontrr thecontrai
contrary contrr contrai he said we wt Judre ud ude e ourselves ourselvesnot 1
not by b our possessing psgslng real and nube traits traitsof tris trisof
of character chlracter but by our possessing pelnSlhln tliln thins thinswhose < rs rswhose s
whose possession po session Is If ii often a Issrrace lsJace rath rather rather rather ¬
er than an honor llnor Theoretical Theoretcal vre e be believe bcer behove ¬
hove that h all a men are created equal but butwe butwe
we er erh do rot t act cf on our r rCt Ct belief ri by IUlp IUlpthos helping helpingthose helpingthose
those who most need nlo our help to live lve up upto upto
to the possibilities posibite of their manhood manhod and andour andrellloh andour
our religion rellloh lacks power because our GOd Gddis GOdIs Godis
is not personal pronal and it Is In proportion proporton as asones asoneg asons
ones loyalty loyaly to God Is a personal neJ1onal loyalty loyaltythat loalt loaltthat loyaltythat
that his religion rel lon affects atets his life
f J I These two items i t ms will be on sale saleall saleall saleall
all week weekas as long long as they last lastNothing lastNothing lastNothing
Nothing quite so enticing as s this has hasever hasever hasever
ever happened in Salt Lake LakeICHARDSON LakeR
11 I I
At The Sign of ofthe the F Four FourTHIS FourS FourThIS ur urTHIS
S T I72 7 7 2 11 Main a in S Street Streetw t r e e t tvn
vn vnt
t w
Continued Cntnue from Page Pae 1 1commended 1 1commende L Lcommended
commended commende that the effort efort be to make makethe makethe
the criminal law or othe the Island substan substn substntaly substantially
tlally uniform throughout the
taly archipe archipelago archipelago archipelago
lago and in this view iew I fully fplY acquiesce acquiece acquiesceMilitaij
Military Miitr Needed NeededThe Ncdd NcddThe NccddThe
The union unlonotthemibrarm unionoftheinilitnry ofthemilitnry arm with wih wihthe withthe
the civil cii arm in the Moro oro province has hasproved hasprov hasproved
proved prov d to be an excellent exclent arrangement arrngement arrngementand arrangementand
and I see no reason reaon why it should thould not notindefniely notindefinitely
indefinitely indefniely continue cntnue The Moro oro Is so sodifferent sodifferent
different diterent from the Filipino Flpino and so o much muchbelow mUch mUchbelow iuuchbelow
below him in civil
cvi governmental eapa caIJ capucity
city cty that while whie such a union is entirely sentlrelyunftted entirelyunfitted entirelyunfitted
unfitted unftted for the development ot the theChristian theChritan theChristian
Christian Chritan Filipinos Flpinos it seems ttf t be the theonly theonly
only kind of government goernmetT adapted a a = ted to tothe tothe
the Moros MorosThe
The secretary refers refer to the report of ofthe
I the opium opIu commLsIon commission which vftitedjva vftitedjvarlous srnItedvarious fited fited1ous
rlous 1ous countries c untnies of oCthe the Orient to Invest Investgate InvesnI investigate
I gate the method of regulating regulatng the theopium theI theopium
I opium traffic tafc in those tos countries < ntri and 1 a1i to toIrccommend torecommend
j j Irccommend recommend a proper opium law Forthe Forthej for or the thei thePhilippines
i Philippines Phippines It I recommended reommended the aflop aflopttnn adoption
ttnn lon tion nf of a 11 low law simIlar crlmHof in t Ia tht that ot in tli u fnya Q QTI hl hlFormosa liiFormosa < i
j Formosa providing
a government mo monopoly 1 atenopoly ¬
nopoly for three years year and prohibition prohibitionthereafter prohibitionthereafer prohibitionthereafter
thereafter thereafer except Qcep for medical purpases purpasesThe
The secretary says sa s that the customs customslaws cu cuatozuslaws toms tomslaws
laws of o these th e islands originally orlgino1y adopted adoptedhave adopt d dhave dhave
have not proved to be entirely entrely satlsfac SatSfac SatSfactcry satiafactcry <
tcry and he expects soon to frame a n abill
bill bi amending the tariff tarf for transmission transmissionto
to congress congressProposed conges congressProposed
Proposed Bond ond Issue IssueReCerring IssueReferring f
Referring to the proposed bond issue issueof issueof
of 5000000 for general Improvements Improvement iniprovernentsthe j I
the secretary 5ecret says n H that owing to the theloss the10SS theloss
loss in customs receipts reLelpt which point to toa
a deficit defcit this year er it is very ery important importantthat I I Ithat
that the section secton of the bill bil which has1 has1passed has 11a5passcd haspassed
passed the house and senate already alreadyauthorizing alreadyauthorizIng alreadyauthorizing
authorizing the issue of o the bonds be beenacted beenacted
enacted enacted The secretary setrtry further says saysthat saysthat
that it i is likely lkely theeustoms the uston1 revenues revenuesduring revenue ievenuesduring
during durng the next elx eix months Dlnths will wil sgS sgSthut ins inscrease lzwcrease
crease to their noralm9unt normalamount axoid axoiding uoid
ing the possibility possibity ofa or a deficit deficitIn defcIt defcItIn
In regatd to regulation re laton of opium opiumtrade opiumtrade
trade the secretary socretr says sa s that tlat the plan planof plano planof
of o the opium opiJm committee commitee ought to be beadopted beadopted beadopted
adopted with one variation variaton pndthat pndthatis and that thatis thatIs
is instead of a government gov rnnent monopoly monopolyfor
for three years year that a very high hig1 license licensebo lcense lcenseI
I be instituted Insttuted with wih sale ot the drug only onlyto onlyto onlyto
to officially ofcial registered Iegistered smokers smoker and a atotal atotal atotal
total prohibition prohibiion of the sale of opium opiumafter opiumafer opiumafter I
after afer three years year except ex pt for medical medicalpurposes medicalpuroses medicalpurposes
purposes puroses S SS
S Church Troubles TroublesIn
In his letter letter the thcse secretary etar says s s that thata
a bill bi referring to the controversies be beI between
J I tween the Roman Catholic Cathocchurch church and andthe andI
I the new socalled socale Independent Filipino Filipinoi Flpin FlpinI
i I I Catholic Catholc church has as been drawn by
I Governor Wright and has ha been bee sent to tothe tothe
1 the department for suggestion suggeston The ThebI Thebill
i i bill bI doubtless doubtess win vill be enacted about Feb
1 and it Is hopedthat the disputes will willbe wf
I be ended before the close of the prcs prcsi present prcseat
j i ent year yearThe yearThe ear earI
I The commission recommends remmends that it itbe i itbe
be allowed alowed to issue silver 6Iyer certificates certificateswhich certfcates certfcateswhich certificateswhich
which may be redeemed either eiL er by b the thenew
I new silver slver pesos or United States gold goldccin
coin at the legal and fixed fxed ratio rato of 1 1gold 1gold 1gold I
gold for two pesos The commission commissionwhich commissionwhich commissionwhich
which now has on hand 2000000 In
I goldcoin gold coin would thus avoid the necessi1 necessi1j necesali i
i ty t of purchase and a d coinage of bullion bullionI bu1on bu1onI bullionenough
I I enough to make 4000000 pesos The Thej Theretary Thesecretary
j secretary retary sees no objection objecton to the pro1 pro po I Iposed Iposed
j posed revesion rEvesion and think thil the same samei samewill j jwill
j i will wi facilitate facitte the fiscal f a operations operatos of ofthe ofthe j I 1
the government governmentREPORT governmentREPORT 1 1KEPOBT
Present Orderly Condition Expected Erectedto j jto
l to Be B Permanent Peranent PermanentWashiington I J J
Washington J Jan 8n n 15 1Tp ItThe The annual annufl r6p0rt r6p0rtof r rpOTto ot otof
of of o the th Philippine hIppinc commission commi sjon to to the sec secretary seerotary ¬
rotary of war says s that as soon as the
Ipeople people came to understand undertond that the gov 5government governmcnt go goI
ernmcnt had both the ability abity and the t he will
I to protect them tbEm they began an to an cooperatei cooperateicordially CoOpeeate wi I
cordially cordial with the constabulary conatbulary cootte and other
I peace pece officers oficr by b giving dvlnJ information informaton informatonI Informationegainet I
I 1 egainet 8lnst lnst the lawless so that tha ti t became becameI I 1
I possible pOllblc to kim kt or r caotuiy eaDtu them As Aaa Aaaresult sa a
I result the report reprt says s 5 not a single or O organized
I ganizcd fanlzcd band bnd of Latlrones Ladrone Is s now to be 4 1
I found foune in the island ot Luzon nearly all
the leaders ledQrl gave lave five fvc or six have have narl been beenI all
I killed klod or captured and the thf name fme may nmj b bsaid bsaid be besaid
said of the Vizayan Vlzyan Islands with the I Ii
exception excepton of Samar Samarl SamarPermanent
l Permanent Peranent Order OrderThe OrderThe OrderThe I
The commission adds that there is no noreason no lieS
S reason rt8son to suppose that orderly conditions eonIti ns
will wi be otherwise othcwlse than thn permanent pprmfnet ConiltoHB The Tho I
relations reh tJon3 between tween Airoricans A elcns and nd Fllij FII1
pinos are Hal HIt saId to bo br generally tmerl oordinl c cordi rdIRI i j
with wih a steady t fdy rrrowth owth of confidence and nd
good gfod fepiincr fffln feeiin = between betw n them thfm j
All AI those who pr < nstlr Itt tstl entitled to I I I
enttod I
be called uii i oadrs i
Cled ed na Ofuij Orluhi opinion among I
tf the IUlplno Filipinos5 thp the < report continues contnues hart
deHnltely dffnleIy cast their lot with wih th the Amen havt
cans cansRegarding cansRegarding ans ansRegarding
Regarding the Moros oros the report says
the threat eat area rea of the t Moro province 8S 1 I
which Includes illlutt nracticaly ractcll all al of < f the is
land landl lands of Mindanao and The Sulu archi achi ¬
pelago except for G3JOO wJ Filipinos FIPnos spoken spokenS i iof
S of as descendants desctudants of convict sent fnt from
the iivr north uuitii by u Spaniards otJn Sparinrds > iaiu ie IB inhabited llinaoiica by b Dy i
Mores Jforo professIng profesln Mohammedanism nnd fnd by b 1
other othfr nonChristian non Christian tribes The authority j I
fo the utan = of ff Suite Sul was found Rlthorl1 upon upon
investigation Inv t aUon to bo renudiated by b dattos
regudhte datos
in the th Sulu archipelago
o who poso po poseseij od as asmuch asmuch asmuch
much authority as h hp aUho although tgh eqt ho was
the titular ttular head hed of the th olhotoh Mores 1lors The wa ro roi i
i I port says SQ saysS s i
V S 1
j Moros Poly PoI Polgamists PolgamistsFrom 5mis amists 1 1j
I j
j From time tm immemorial the Mores have havei
i practiced p ctrfd polygamy and have been ac aeh T
customed to make k raids r uoon oth other r non
j Christian h tribes f to o replenish e rhn rhntht their tht stock S k i if
of f s sfirearms shaves hvpg al as w1 well a as to pn engae e In plraC pIrae
while the Arabs t11ht them
I whl Arb t1 the use use of f
firearms frearms The nonChristian nonChristan tribes tribE of the theprovince
I province provincE as soon as they understood tho
i Americans would protect them against
their ancient alelent enemy the Moros wore ugnat only onl onlyI j
I too willfnir WIHnl to recognize American AmerlCn ati AU I
thority thorlt and receive the benefits beefs of ono 110 onoS
S tcctlon In a number pf instances Instanes they the I
l have been ben induced Induce to establish thlh b them themselves thems themsve3
selves s sve3 ves In villages vilss and an till t11 the adtaeent adtaeentsoil afl1een ediacentsoil
S soil ol They The are said sid not to be lacking In
intelligence intclgence intelligenceIn
j I In speaking of the abrogation abroJUon of the theI
treaty tnat with wlt1 the sultan sulan of Sulu the re report report report ¬
I port Fays FaystThUf FaysurhUf saysWhiie
urhUf Whiie ThUf it had hai ncv never < r been recognized reo nized as asv a asvaUd
v vaUd id ldand and binding blndh1J and ao indft Indeed > d as i to the theprovision theproision theprovision
provision relating rplatm to slavery had hd be h been beenrepudiated < n nrepudiated nrppudlRtc
repudiated rppudlRtc by the president prefdent still stl it hart 1141
boon blpn lived 1od up to by the th Americans Amerhlnr in inevery incvpry inevery
every particular pRrtcula including the payment paymentof
of annual subsidies slbidll to the Ull ulan I1an lJrlnt lJrlntof and nn his hisprincipal hisprincipal
principal dattos dalos but it had beon sys s
them tAmatically tmatcaly and persistently prsistenty violated by h r
Big Be Stick Stck Necessary NecessaryThe Necessar
The relJrt report says that t n naclfic tfc pone
toward the Moros lIor08 seemed setmed An ia to give II them
the Impression Imzrsslon that tha the American mrlcn were wereafraid wereafraid
afraid d of them but a short decisive carn carnpaicn caytpaign
l nhd
paicn gave them to understand rt that fho I
Americans had not only the purpose bULl but
the the power to supoort its is authority authort and andnforce andenforce i ienforce
enforce order There Thee is no reason renaont it i
is f added Uto to expect exp t any an urther trouble toubre troublewith i iwith i
with wih the Sulu Morog Mors MorsReferlnt MorosRefarrfna v vReferrinc j
Referrinc Referlnt to the th conference cnrertntc with wih the thesultan the thesultan
sultan sulon of Sulu at Manila 1lanio the report rEport says SO
that upon his explanation cxmnaton that the an annulment annulment anmilment ¬
nulment of the tJptreat treaty left him without withoutmeans wihout wihoutmet withoutmeAns
means met of subsistence he belnsrdeprivoti belnsrdeprivotiof bplnJ < lepriN1 lepriN1of
of the th revenues rtvennc received roelved as sultan sultn the thecommission theeommlRsion thecommission
commission thought thou ht It I would be b Inequit Inequitable In inequitable qult qultRb ¬
able Rb to t permit this and acreed a aerqed r to give
e ie
him and the membersof memhtrs members or hi < household ho sphold
130 13000 pesos annually annualv with wih the he under undrstnqlng
stnqlng 8tandinp that he and they the gate ave every e r aid aidto
to f o the the srovecnor Jovemor It I was found that tho i
Sulu Moros have hvo no general rener nen1 system s stem of
laws each tribe trib having an unwritten unwriten code codeof co10is codeof
of Us is own but nil n1 so irrconsruous Iron ruous as to toake o omakp
makp make ake then Ute orthless orthle5 as a basis noon noonwhich lDQn lDQnwhlch noonwhich
which to build buid As an Illustration lustrRfon it I is isstated i3stated Isstated
stated that in some of the code co murder murder1s
is punisljable punls1able by a small smal fine fnt and In cases casesof c casesof c
of adultery adulery the man Is fined tned and the thewoman the thewoman
woman burlcd burl d alive aliveFriar ale aleFrar aliveFriar
Friar Frar Lands LandsWith Landsco LandsWith <
With reference to t the friar ar lands the thocommission thecommission
commission co ss rcf1 after r rt re repeating e d arthaena the thaena ntate1 ntate1ments state statemeats
ments made of opposition n on 01 tho part of offrain ofthe ofthe
the mfort miodty or the liplnos Filipinos to the
trains frin says caysThe FY saysThe
Te The holy see recognizing that the theman theFfpinos theFilipinos
Ffpinos Filipinos were genera generally lY speaking RO ROman
man Catholics and nd the te wisdom of sup supplying supplyinl supplying ¬
plying plyinl them with wih priests who would woud be beacceptable beacceptable beacceptable
acceptable to them has appointed an anctlcan
American ctlcan archbishop and ad bishops whj W >
havoUfkon h have vo tttkdn k n tho bo placer pljceorJ formerly rly occupiejl occupiejlbV occupl occuplIb
bV Snajilsh churchmd dml has bn pursued
jtRQ Ib I thi thi Wise vl fo and conclllBWyVoilcy cncln concilinty q ty fUC oiicy plrSUI of ofio ofioJlnfn do dopllnfng
pllnfng Jlnfn to torct f rctf objcctlonnl wriesta uriest upon uponreluct uponlucttparhf10n1 uponve1ucttntparbfh1oners
+ reluct ve1ucttntparbfh1oners lucttparhf10n1 nt parlsTiSonprs and bn h haugh1 rotjprht oht ohtI
the the purchase puit e by bythc the government go rnmeJt of the
large landed properties propetes under the control controlof
of the friar orders ordersAglipays ordersglipays
orer orerAglpays
Aglipays Aglpays Church ChurchThe Cu ChurchS c
S The report reIort says ss there still 5tl continues contnues contnuesto continuOsto
to bfii mud controversy cotoerS and ad illteeling
between betw n muc the independent Indcpen m Filipino FipIno church churchparty churchpartyor
party Pa partyor or Apjipayans A ipayans as they the are com commonly corn cornxnofliy om ommonlj ¬
monly monlj called cale calledand and nd the Roman ApostolltT ApostolltTfcliurch Apostolc ApostolcC1urLh Apotolldtiliurh
t fcliurch C1urLh In res regard < ird to t the churches churhes con convents contR Convelits ¬
J vents tR and cemeteries In many localities localitiesJho loltes localitiesThe I
The 110 report says 1S It has been charged that thatthe thatthe II
the movement Inaugurated by b Aglipay Aglipaywas AglipayW45 Aglpay I
v was wn ncitJcal Dciteal rather rat her than religious rlhtious and andhad andhad andhad
had tor its motives motes another Insurrection inturrectionthat 1nsurrecUon Insurrectionthat
that it Is unquestionably unquctonlbb true that he has hasattracted ha hasattracted j
t attracted tnu1c a aar alarge large following folovlng of the irro irroconcilioble Ir Irroconciliabie
concilioble conclale restiess element lemlnt among the theFilipinos theFl1nos theFilipinos
Filipinos Fl1nos but It I is also tru tue true that he has hasa
a a large lar following of those who cannot cannotthus cannotthus i
t thus be bt classified tlassiled and there Is no evi eviUence cvitienco i
Uence which even lends oolor Ior to the belief beliefthat belieftbat lef left
that t t his hlspurp purposes 1Qs are other othtr than tin to build buildup buid buildUI
up UI > a church or his own which w lch he seeks seeksto socksmake I I1i
t to 1i make purely pure Filii FIlno Filiiino Filiiinorho lnp
The report urges n ges tbt that the commission be begiven beshen begIven 1
given authority uthort to mak reductions reuctons In the theriU thetariff
t tariff riU schoules schedules the commission commislonsa saying sayingin ing i
In > t this iis ls connection cornEcton that It always has folt foltJhere foltlher feltihere
Jhere lher t should shou exist mo m most t intimate inUmatetrade inUmatetradeflnllon trade tradetrMotions traderlitions
j trMotions flnllon between hwcE the tjnll5 tnt States Stte anathe ana AfIdthe ra ratl
t the tl Islands 1landsunotstut unotstructedv as a at far as S pps ppsfible P95I ppseble
fible t by tarat tarsierji Bvtn r thatIU thatIUview that a fl flioiv
view I ioiv an K internal f a revenue reventisthtem s tem hns h hput been beenput beenput
put Jn force ror once which the committee cb mHtee hones honesultimately hOEs hOEsu1tJaf hopesultluafely
ultimately u1tJaf ly ten tray f permit lml of material m clnl re reOjntlons 10 10mw re4twlons
rn i
Ojntlons mw < 1ont In inpx existing tfng tariff rates rt at least leastdng IPlt IPlti leastfi
dng < i s cdTiingfcrom fi ifnG fingront om tn tM < lrnited Pnled States StatesDingley Statesi StatesiDigley StatesDingley
Dingley Digley Bates nitcs Too High HighThcDingleytariff Hgh HighTheDinleytanlff I
ThcDingleytariff Thr Dinleytnnf rates rtmon on sugar Hr and andtctmeco Cndtebno nd ndtc
tctmeco tc a o Irnportvnl Import into Ole lnite Onited Statos Statostlltt tto tOtoe tOtoethe
the report s says avsaire ay ltre re proftlUHlve pro1lbIU The he nd ndnJjssioii ndiOl adnhaionof
nJjssioii nhaionof iOl of C theseproducts itieso hDroduct products free of duty dut dutino
into ino the Inited States tates It I Is asserted assertedwould asserW assertsdaouId
would not seriously srousv injure American mri anin aninterests in interestB interests
terests but woulUT e a boon to the he Fill Fillplno FU FUplno Fillplro
j plno sugar sugarphanters ugr planters and a tobauco toba o growers growersA bowel
j A recommendation rccomm ntatfonis is made mtde for the repeal repealof repQulof
of < the law authorizing utJorlng the he h refunding rtundingot rtundingotdutes refundingofduties of ofduties
duties dutes the statement beins bln made that thatsince thutsinc thatsince
since its Is enactment nactent 1069460 10606 has ha been col collected coleeted collected ¬
lected in relundable duties ufl s principally plnclpaJy on onhemp onhemp onhemp
hemp exportation exportton to th dto United Unied States Stat StatThe Stat5sThe
The commission makes make the folio folowln folowlnreotnnendatons following followingrerommendations wins winsrecommendations
i recommendations recommendationsReduction reotnnendatons reotnnendatonsoducton rerommendationsjieduction
Reduction oducton of the tariffs tarifs on sugar ana anatobacco andtobacco
tob tobacco co to not more more than 5 i uer > sugr er r cent of oftl ofthe
t the tl Dlnglev Dlnle rate rtc rateThat I IThat
That authority authort be given the commls commisupon commlsron commlsaton1
upon ron with wih tho approval of the president presidentand preident preidentand
and secretary slcrctar of war to Issue bonds from fromtime fromtime rom I Itme
time tme to time for future Improvements improvementsnot I Inot
j not to exceed 75090000 5OO In the aggregate aggregateTaxation I ITaation
Taxation Taation of Bonds BondsLegislation onds I IJgislaton
Legislation Jgislaton exempting exemptng all al bonds Issued Issu issuedby d dby
by the Philippine Phlppinc government or any fny of ofthd ofth ofthe
the th provincial prlnciai or municipal municpal governments governmentsnot gcrnments gcrnmentsnot
not only from federal or Philippine Phippine tax taxation taxaton taxation ¬
j ation aton but from state tte municipal and oth other other othor ¬
er < taxation taxaton in the United UItd States StatesThat Sttes SttesTat StatesThat
That Tat control of f shipping be left wholly hoJy
In the discretion of tho Philippine PhIpplno com commission commission cornmission ¬
mission subject subjet to the approval apprval of the thepresident thep thepresident
j president p ldent and secretary sertr of war wanThat war7hat war1hat
That theapplicatioix thepplcaton of the United unied UnitedStates UnitedStatescoastwise States Statescoastwise Statescoastwise
coastwise laws to the thetldde trade between btwecn the thePhilippines te tePhUpplnes thePhilippines
Philippines PhUpplnes and nd mainland of the te United UnitedStat UnitedStates
States Stat < be postponed by congressional cnbeslonal ac action i
tion until unti July 1 1909 19 or in the alter ater aterte alternative
native te that the coastwise IU iawa of the theLnited I
United t States a be made not applicable U to tothtt
Ph Pht fa let
the trade a between t i the islands and the thewith themainland i iWladD
mainland of the e UnIted n States except exceptwith
i irates
WladD thaixcig
with a proviso V or o condition I that the theratcs therateS
rates > upon Import froYn fri the te Philippine PhilippineInto Phippines Phippinesl PhilippineSInto
l Into t the ssU United tc States ie iee shall n not n pay P duty dutyIn dutyIn
In excess of 25 per cent e of f the e pingley pingleytariff Dingieytariff n 1
tariff tif
Railroad Rairoad Construction ConstructionCongressional Constrction ConstructionCongressional I
Congressional Si action authorizing t z the thePhilippine i iof
1 commission with wi the approval approvalo ro
o of the 1 president preident and secretary secretar of war to toencourage toencourage 1
encourage railroad ralroHd construction constructon in the isl islands Isianda ¬
ands by b accompanying nccomPlninl the grants grant or orfranchises orfrnhises orfranchises I
franchises frnhises when deemed necessary nccc ncccssnr r with witha
a guaranty by the Philippine Phippine government governmentment governmentot I Iortncoe
ortncoe ot Income on the amouno amount of the Invet invest investment 1 1ment
ment to be fixed fxed in advance in the act actof actof actof
of guaranty the Income jguaranteed gUratt ed not notto notto notto
to exceed exced annually annual 4per p rccnt cent of the fixed Ux fixedtpnincipah
v principal tpnincipahThat principalThat s 1
< That the amount of land which may ma be beacquired I Iacquho
acquired acquho by any an3 Individual or corpora coror corporation i iIon
j tion be extended to 2 2 24xt > 4XX acres and that thatho thatthe
The ho law which forbids forbidtlie the tht filingof fUng filing of more moreto morethen
then one mlnin ciaizfl by the same a u In Individual I II
dividual I lu luIle Ile Ileu u upon di a 1 lode or rb deposit c t be re reICfiled I IIlca
Ilca ICfiled led S I
te Legslation aslattn authorizing the commision commission commissionto I
to make makertductonfnillrc makereductlonstnipreeeit reductionsJoii present eut an and future futuretirlt futuretariff
tariff tirlt schedules schedUe when in its is opinion to do doSo
so will wlt be b In Inthe the public PU1c Interests Interest alpo allo to toprovide toprovide toprovide
provide tjroper rer authority tthori for the extra extrartltlnn cxtr extraIlitiOn
IlitiOn rtltlnn lton nf of fV rinty fUgttivsst itKftM to t nnil am and from the t e islands islandsHarked islnds islndsMarked islandsMarked
Marked Progress rogress Hade MadIn
In his hI annual report as s civil cl governor governorMr governorlr governorMr
Mr lr Wright right says sa s that tht with the exception exceptionof
of of of a very r few w provinces Irovl marked progress progres progreshas progrshas
has be ln n made in the cultivation cultvatiun of fields fieldssrnd tmldf tmldfId fieldsgpd
srnd Id nrodurtioii ro utton of 0 ocops o us s compared ooIHlro comparedi1th
vvSlh lh the preceding pr c lng SCar far and a nd as k a cen censequence censeiuenee en en5uence
sequence 5uence there has been no suffering sufferingamofl
amonsr 1 the h poor for the necessaries ot otlife oflire
life W Mr ir irh Wright says I Wtal that life ir and di dicrty prop proporty proporty
orty are now safe to a decree dCree never be before berre beroe
fore rre oxperietieeW x ttrtll by the people ptople of the theIslands theIsand theisiand
Islands and the t1 outlook optQk is more favorable favorablettn favorablethan
than ttn for years past vastGoernor pastUoveraer
Uoverncr XVrl WrIht ht h recommends rtmmends greater greatersateguards eater I
safeguards Steguards for provlhcai provincial and municipal municipalo municipalfctons municipaleections
o ections < fctons saying it Is difficult dlCfcul to make makcndfdlte makecandidates
candidates cndfdlte and voters understand undertand that thatancient thatancient thatancient
ancient methods mlthods may ma not be resorted resorte to toThe tohe
The he report opor of Mr lIr Worcester as s secre secretary secretab merethry ¬
tab of the interlor calls cnE attention ntenton to tothe tothe tothe
the fact that forestry forestr agents agent visit all allparts al allparts
parts of the Islands i81O without arms and andunguarded andunuarde andunguarded
unguarded unuarde prts as an illustration ilustraj1on of the tht order orderprevailinc orer orerprevnmnl orderprevailing
prevailing prevnmnl Health Healh conditions conditons he h reports reportsgood reprts reprtso reportsgood
good throughout the Islands Islants Cholera has hasdisappeared hasdisapp hasdisappeared
disappeared disapp o < ared and the plague plJue has h been held heldwithin heldwithin
within verr ver narrow narow limits lmits lmitsOpium limitsOpium
Opium Habit HabitMr Thtbittr
Mr 1 Worcesters or8tcrs report rIort says 5S there are areoyer areover
over 200 2 establishments ctabUshmentl in Manila Innla where whereoPium whereojIum
opium is invoked tn oked He adds addsThey addsThey
They are Jilthy fithy and unsanitary unsaniar and andare
ar are at present rcsent not recognized reoJnlzed by law or orrequlrea orrequlre orrequireti
requlrea requlre to take take out license lcense lcenseIn licenseIn
In his report rtport as civil civi governor govonor of Moro Moroprovince MoroprovinceS
province General Wood rood says s S slave trial tad tadI triallag
lag I g has been brought practically practcl to an anend anend anend
end hrouch the seacoast seacost Moro districts districtsalthough districtsalhough districtsalthough
although alhough he says it i undoubtedly con conUnties eontue continues
Unties tue to some extent between the inland inlandMoros inland1oros inlandMores
Mores 1oros and the savage tribes of the tht in Interior intenor
terior General GenEral Wood ood says sys It i would be b8diUlcul bedifficult
difficult diUlcul to Imagine a worse wore form of ofshivery 01 ofslavery
shivery sIlven the slave having absolutely no norights norights norights
rights No effort efort has his been bCEn made madt to re release relr5e release ¬
lease lr5e their thflr former sav 2RVS savOs < s from their mas masters maste mastens ¬
tens te but all al have havE been told tld that they arc arcfree arcfr arcfree
free fr to leave them thor with wih the th result resul that th thatmany < t tmany
many tormer slaves > s have lef heft their ma ama amats I
tcrs With ith all altheir their faults fauls says sR Gen GenOral I
oral erl Wood ood Ut Utile the e Mores MQr < are brave brwp and andrsolutt andrsoluiC
resolute rsolutt anti an under rood ood laws and an anhonest pnhonest anhonest
honest government governm1nt in time tml will wi give a ag agdod
g gdod 0ad O acTotirtt ao nt of themselves themselveslie thmsehHc
lie says sys the th standing standln of the th American AmerlCan AmerlCannet AmericanPOVPI
nfliTple net e among amo the tht natives nuU of his hisprovinco hisprovincolate province provincerap provlncotl
rap tl late been much much f Injured by the th presence presece preseceora presenceuf
of ora a large tousJi tou ckiss cs of Americans AmericanswhOe Amprlcns Amprlcnswho Americanswhose
whose who energies enersf have been principally prlnelpalyexpnded ex expended oxpended ¬
pended pnded In the t1 < construction ccnstructon maintenance malntonanceand
and patronage Pltronae of rum shops which out outlnnb outnumber
number lnnb < r other ofher American business buglnes cstab estb estbl establishments
llshmcnts llshmcntsSENATE l hmcnts
Contnue Continued from Page i iunless iunless 1unless
unless the guest Suet should suddenly suddenlyjjwoon suddcnlyIwoon suddenlyayoohi
jjwoon is to be served at the Wednes Wednesday Wednesday Vedncsday ¬
day afternoons afernoon of the cabinet cabinet women womenMrs womenMrs womenMrs
Mrs Hnnna Hana in Seclusion SeclusionMrs SeclusionMrs
Mrs 111 Hanna Hanna is living lvinS in absolute se seclusion seclusion seclusioii ¬
clusion In the former home of General GeneralCorbin GeneralCOlbin GeneralCorbip
Corbin and while whie she makes no bid at atall ataU atall
all far fQ oilipial oll lal remembrance reJ mbrance she is for forgotten forgoten forgotten ¬
gotten goten by none of the tht thq thousands of ad admirers admirer adrnlrers ¬
mirers mirer of her sterling husband l1shnnd Hun Hundreds Hundreds Huntireds ¬
dreds of Christmas greetings greetngs went to toher toher
her and an equal number of New Year YearfelCttons YearfeliCitations
felicitations felCttons showed that the men of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the republic republc are not ungrateful Airs AirsHanna 1rs 1rsHanna MrsHanna
Hanna se Se 3 all her old friends and is isgenial isgenial isgenial
genial and cheery cheery as of old She even evenmakes evenmakes
makes akea a few visitsand visit visits and is interested Int rfstcd Jn luaU Jnall inall
S all things things mundane mundaneBurnetts mundaneuretts mundaneS mundaneBurnetts
Burnetts uretts Vanilla VanillaIs Vanila VanilaI
Is I pure Dont let ycur grocer work workoff wonieoff
off Of a cheap chen cheapand and dangerous substitute subsUtut1nei5to1 substituteInsist
Insist 1nei5to1 on on having dafSErous Burnetts BurnettsARMOURS Burnets Burnetsc BurnettsARMOLJRSMAIEDENIAL
n o oIteested t tInterested
Interested Iteested Party Part Said to Be 1e Trump Trumping Trmping Trumping ¬
ing Up Charges ChargesChicago Chags ChagsblCS Chargeshicxgo
Chicago blCS hicxgo Jan an 15 1 1A A complete denial of ofthe QCh Qfth
the th h charges charge made by h witnesses witnees of the the1nterstate
Interstate commerce commission commlsJon Investl Investlg Inot Iliveatigttica
g gttica tion to of the business buslnetsmethods methods of the
Armour refrigerator car lines lnes was WW made
by a representative representatve of Armour Co CoThe CoThe
The most sensational senstonal of all the mis misstatements misstatements
statements sttempnt made against us said he hehave hehavc liehave
have been offered oCcrcd by b a Boston Boton commis commission commlsslon ¬
sion man the president of 1 a refrigerator refrigeratorcar refrige a or orcr
car cr company
S uTe The entire entre proceedings against agInst our ourtcnmpany o ourcompany r rmpany
company mpany have been bee characterized by per perIuredhhised
Iuredhhised U ure bJlsed and Sfldr false testmony testimony 1nst math mathllIiDd
llIiDd fDb b > thJs Bostppcar cr onor who whoI whoibeko
ibeko > I o h havh ve th thjttbuIld Bg Y lufi their thoirar8 theiri5wii
i5wii ar8 under pal patiiftufhilu OfI H company companThi
Thi This fea1helteeji I 5 l1 ctet4fuilukoptJzithe ibs4nueuibjn r
j 1 H Parry Describes Orchard OrchardExperiments OrchardExperiments OrchardExperimetts
Experiments ExperimentsMANY ExperimentsMANY
4 S
1 1T G1
In bulletin buU tn No o 2 of the thesouthcr southern Utah Utahiexperiment Ut Utahxperiment h I IxeIimcnt
experiment xeIimcnt farm entitled Q Ut d Orchard Sx Ex j jIJtriments
IJtriments Ifrhnents ii rirnents for the he Promotion PromotQ of oFrlt Fruit Eruitlowing Fruitatuwthg I Iowing
lowing owing in Soutnem SoUtnenl Utah Uta Secretary SecretaryJoseph SecretaryJoseph
Joseph rf r Parry PHrryo of the board boa d of horti horticulture hortieultunc ¬
culture cUlur < deals in tl an Interesting Interetngmanncr Interetngmanncrwih interestingmanner interestingmannerwith manner mannerwith
with wih the cxienrrents cXIeUIent tnus far r conduct conducted
ed at St George and tells tels in detail detai the
aims and neeas ot the farm tarotThe
The bulletin buletn has ha just been issued i sue < and andIs an anIs andis
Is divided In chaiKem Chzt tfeaHHlf d dedii1TvIth lflh with the thefollowing thefolowing thefollowing <
following folowing subjects The he Vame Vale of Ex ISxTrial Expenimeistzi
1 penimeistzi 1hn Jt tl vQrjj Q LtL LQt gfFruit Flui on on1rJal onTrial
Trial 1rJal Introduction IltoducUon of Resistant ResistantVines Resitant ResitantVine ResleitantVines
Vines Vine Irrigation Jrrlgton and Cultural CulturalWork Culurl CulurlVork CulturalVork
Vork Pruning PuInt Jifxperlmcnt xerment Peach PeachGrowing PeachGrwing PeachGrowing
Growing Grwing in Southern Soufhell Utah Semi Semitvopltal Semitrop SemitiopIxti
tvopltal trop J and Other Fruit Frlt Experi ExperimentsFrost ExperimentnFrost Experinients
mentsFrost mentnFrost nients Frost Disaster antiIts anti Its Lea Lesson L Leason ¬
son and Need Needp1 eed of Morq lor MorqExtensive MorqExtensiveFruit Extensive ExtensiveFruit ExtensieFruit
Fruit Planting Plantng PlantngThe PlantingThe
The twenty pages of the pamphlet 5pamphletare pamphletare pamphlet
are illustrated iustrate with haift halrtn halftnjzs nfs of the theexperiment theexperiment theexperiment
experiment frm farm and of o grafted grtted vines vine vinesUnder
Under the head The ho Value of Ex Experimental Experimental
perimental Work VOl It Secretary Parry ParryGays Parr ParrGas Parrysays
Gays in part partAs
As the climate cimate soil soi and other oter con conditions condions conditions ¬
ditions dions of southern s uthern Utah ara a especially especiallyadapted I
adapted to the growing grwIng of vinifera iniferaglpes
grapes figs fgs almonds almonc pomegranates pomegranatesand pomegrnates pomegrnatesand pornegranatesand
and other semitropical fruits fruis and as asthis asthIs asthis
this Industry Is f the chief chl f agricultural agriculturaldependence agriculural agriculturaldependence
dependence of the people peop1 of Washing Vahing
ton county unty the need and value of large largeexperimental largeexperimental largeexperimental I
experimental work has long been felt feltby
by Dixie farmers farmersAims S S SAims
Aims Ams of Experiment Experi ntFarm ntFarmThe Farm ParmThe FarmThe
The work of the farm is i intended intend lntende4to lntende4toSave to tosave tosave
save orchard and vineyard growers growersyears growersyears
years y < ar of costly costy experiment experiment and from fromexpensive frm fthmexpensIve
expensive mistakes In a former forer bulle bulletin bUle bulletIn ¬
tin Nol No 1 Grape Grpe Growing and Raisin Raisinmaking Raisinmaking I
making in Southern Utah Uth tesued hSUe in inJanuary InJanuary
January 1904 19D is shown the value of the thework thework I
work done at this experiment farm in indeveloping indeveloping I
developing cmdproinotipg and JQ pJQmotQgt prolnotiljg the grape grapend grapernd
rnd nd raisin industry in southern o thern Utah UtahFive Utahlve UtahFive I
Five lve years yors ago this industry indust was an aninsignificant anlusignifcant aninsignificant
insignificant lusignifcant factor fact r in the economic economicCflditioflS j I Iclndlto
conditions clndlto s of 01 this region t tft but through I
ft ftthe the infuence influence of the expeniment xperment far farm farmth I
the th growth gowth of the grape gpe industry industr is i al already alrCudy atready
ready rCudy very ver marked and the viticultural vItculurl vItculurlfctureof viticulturalfuture t tfuture 1
future fctureof of Dixieseems DIxie Dixie seems assured assuredThe assuredThe assuredThe
The farm aria has ha illustrated iustrtcyear year after afer afteryear i
year enr the economical and ad proper use useand useand useand
and application applcaton of water when wh n used in inirrigating
irrigating soils sols heavily heaviy charged with withalkali
alkali nlkal salts sals saIt It I has demonstrated d mortrated the thevalue thevalue
value of clean and thorough orcjiard orcjiardculture or orejiardculture ar
culture culure which has not only onl kept the themineral theminerl themineral
mineral minerl in check check but has also con conserved
served the moisture and kept the thetrees thetrees thetrees
trees and vines healthy healh and thrifty thriftywith thrify thriftywith
with wih the use of less than half hul the wa water water va vater ¬
ter used on adjacent irrigated irriguted farms farmsAs fars farsthe farmsAs
As the southern Utah experiment experimentfarm experment
farm has now no arrived at a that etage otagewhere tagewhere j
where exnert exoeit technical t hntal work tbnj is needed neededto
to accomplish aceompJsh the object in view at Its Itsestablishment Is itsertabhisizinent
establishment eftabHshment it I is proposed to trans transfer transfer i ifer
fer the direct supervision superision of the form Carm farmto
to th the Agricultural Agriculural college colege experiment experimentstation experimentstaton experimentstation
station staton associated as ociated with wih the state Alte board boardof
of horticulture hortiulurc for advisory adviso purposes purposesThe
The board holds that for foreonsldera onsldera
tions t0ns of efficiency efciency as well WEl as of econo Oono
my m all al nh experimental exprimentlwork work in horticul horticulture hertiul hertiulture hortieuitune
ture and other lines of
lues agriculture agricultureshould aldculure aldculureshould agricultureshould
should be conducted under one direc directorate directorate
torate There would ouldthen thenbe then be no 11 dupli duplieating
eating catng of costly costy experiments and each echsubstation
substation substton would have J e the benefit eneft of ofall ofall
all al professional engineering engIneeJing and me meebanical
chanical lanial advantages advantge enjbyed at the thecentral thecntni
central cntni station stationildst statonn stationList
List ist of Fruits Fris on Trial TrialThe TrialThe I IThe
The list lst of fruits frit and trees tres planted plantedand plantedand I IExperim
and now no on ontral trial at the Southern Utah
Experiment Experim < nt farm far includes apples apri apricots api apricots ¬
cots cts Jigs fig nectarines ne tarines pomegranates pornegranatespeaches megrnates megrnatespeaches
peaches pears plums prunes quinces quincealmonds quincesalmonds
almonds pecans walnuts and grapes grapesThere grup grapesThere
There are twentythree varieties varctes of ofpeaches ofpeaches ofpeaches
peaches alone and nearly double this thisnumber thisnumber thisnumber
number of grapes grapesIn a 10uble
In It regard regard to Irrigation irgaton and cultural culurnl
experiments cxprimcnts in grape grpe culture culure at the thefarm thefarm I
farm Secretary Secre lry Parry says In his bul
letin that It i is justified justfed in the fact that thatthe I
the th climate c 1ate and andother other conditions condions of ofDixie ofDixie ofDixie
Dixie warrant the presumption presumpton that thatvitculure thatviticulture
viticulture vitculure will wl become the chief horti horticultural hort hortieuitural
cultural culural industry of this entire entre region regionand regIon regIonand regionand
and when it established is establshed on a perma pna pnaI permanet
I net and intelligent intelgent basis Jt will wi ill become becomef
a source surce cf < f untold wealth alh to this see section seeHon seetion
tion of the state stte Early fruits frits of the
I peach and apple will wi also als i soon n become becomei becomeimportant
i I Important economic factors in this dis di district
trict as son sn as shipping facilities facites fa favor ¬
vor or this branch tranch of the Industry IndustryThe Inustry
The introduction introducton of new varieties varieUt8 of ofgrapes ofgrape ofgrapes
grapes more profitable prftable and of better betterquality b bOtterquality tter tterqualty
quality qualty than the old kinds formerly formerlygrown
grown in this congenial CmgenIal clime clme has been ben benof beenof
of Inestimable 1ncstmabl value to the people The Thefollowing Th Thfolowing Thefollowing
following folowing varieties yarietes have been tjiorough tjioroughly t qioroughly orough oroughh
ly tested and are ar confidently confde UY recom recommended
mended for extensive planting plantng Black
Cornlchon Cornlhon Flame Trkay Tk 1ka Purple Da Damaus
maus mascus an Back Ferrara al all noted notedfor
for their anI fine table and shipping quail
ties tiesIn tiesIn
In regord r gord to Irrigation IrrIgaton and a d cultural culturalwork culurl culturalwork
work the te bulletin b UeUn says Modern meas measuring measuring measuning ¬ I
uring weirs weir are ae how now under und6 construc construction construction ¬
tion ton and hereafter hcrearer it is Intended intnded to de derermine detmine derermine
rermine tmine the exact exct amount aJunt of water waterneeded waterneeed waterneeded
needed neeed to mature the th various Kinds of offruit ofI offruit
I fruit frui grown in this semitropical cli climate cl climate ¬
mate mateThis mateTis This Tis line lne of f experiment will wl be of in incalculable Incalculable incalculable ¬
calculable value to this entire entre regin regionwhore reginwhere reginwhore
whore irrigating irrigatng water is so limited limitedEvery lmied lmiedEery limitedEvery
Every inch of water saved sved means an anincreased anincre anincreased
increased incre sed area area of cultivated tulivatc soil soi as asthere asthere asthere
there is in southern 9uthern Utah tens of thou thousands thouulds thouauids ¬
sands ulds of acres of ideal ida gnrp gr graaadd arid atd fruit fruitland frui fruitland
land now lying binS idle and worthless be because because because ¬
cause there is no water for It ItGreat ItGreat itGreat
Great Peach Outlook OutlookIn Ontook
In speaking of peach growing in Dix Dixie Dixie DixIc ¬
ie the writer wrier says that this fruit frit will willcome wi vilicaine
come coe next in importance Imlortanc to the grape grapeIndustry gpe gpeIndutry grapeIndustry
Industry Indutry The bulletin buletn states that with withthe withthe withthe
the railroad riroad once within reasonable reasonableshipping rewnable rewnableshipping reasnuableshipping
shipping distance the southern souther peach peachwill pealhwil peachwill
will wil be ne put on n the Salt Sal Lake Lke and north northern northern northem ¬
ern em markets and will wI rival the Califor California CalCor CalCornia California ¬
nia product prduct Peach trees thirty and andforty andforty andforty
forty years old are still tI bearing bearng heavy heavycrops heav heavycrops
crops crps in the vicinity vIciniy of o St St George GeorgeThe GeorgeThe GeorgeThe
The bulletin buleUn offers of rs valuable sugges suggestions sUJes sUJestins suggestions ¬
tions tins for protection protecton of trees from frost frostThe frostI frostThe
The farm fam was a heavy loser by b the thospring thesprlng thespring
I spring sprlng frosts of 1304 19 but precautions precautionswill prc cautons
will wi i1i be taken taen this tis season 10 to ensure ensureagainst ensureglm esuregainat I
against glm gainat t a ropetltion Jgd ion Utah Uta farmers f rer are areadeisod re readvteed rea
advteed a ld toitplant toiant extensively ex 9V I one one ir irticular jrticular r rtcular
ticular tcular kiriEFof kinn kind toflaut of fruit The statejJxperj statejJxperjment s stateaxpermciii teo p pment n
ment farin farnJntr fariUnteidtO lnteridS ds < to r recommend rmmend the theplanting 11e 11eplanU theplanting
planting planU of certain crt ln trees trennd treeaund nd lines ines need aaidto a1d a1dto needtc
to to give g InstVuctlQnsin instcUons intrUCtiQfls o in regard rgrd to t > their theirpropagation theirpropagaU theirpropagation
propagation n and d Stt SttI SttBARRETIS culture cultureBARRETTS tuituplBARREUS
Panama Panira tTan rpn an IS Representatives Reprcsett tYcS of ail ailpolitical aUpqIJea allpolitical
political pqIJea patUJea pa ttM here have ha e asked aked Ameri American rnerl rnerlcan crl crlcan ¬
can Mlnislto MlnisTe Barret Barrett to to wfthdraW wJthtrav the5gezton the thesuggestion thesuggestion
suggestion 5gezton he made to the tc Washington Washingtongovernment Vhfngtongoverment a5h1ngton a5h1ngtongovernment
government goverment that the functionspf tqnctfdns ot govern government sovern sovernment governinent ¬
ment of ll the the e canal zone and minister ministtr to toPanama toPanama toPanama
Panama b combined In I the the person of ofJho offho offho
fho governor go rnor of o the lh canal zone Jone prn It I is isargued Isargued isargued
argued by the thememorialsts memorialists that the dig dignity dlSnit digititir ¬
nity nit of Panama Panamo as a un independent nation nationrequires naton natonrequire nationrequires
requires a a seperate sepaate legation legationThe lesaton lesatonThe legntionThe
The minister ministr has replied repled that the sug suggestionwas sugJostonwa suggostlon ¬
gestionwas Jostonwa gostlon was made in the Interests interet of o both bothPanama bothPanama bothPanama
Panama and the United Unied States and that thatcannot thatcannotwthdrwltHe thatliii
liii cannot cannotwthdrwltHe withdraw it it He H said ald how howvcr howt howircr
vcr crtbat that thatIie he will wl report the reauestlto reQu renuqstt6lila
I t Ills Tov overnmjnt rnmftnt without 01 prejudice prdu b to toln tt th thittitii thb thbittftih
ittitii ittftih f < i or t Panama j snama
WilliamT Wiliam TJlason Masona Mason a aNewYork New York Lawyer awyer His Wife WifeTwo WifeTwoCfIiIcJren Two TwoCffildren r o I
Cffildren Cfldren and Servant Serv nt Girl Lose Their Lives Livesin
in in Burning Dwelling Dweling
iPW BW W YORK YOR Jan J n 15 l lWIlliam William Yilam T TMason Tt
N t td Mason a a lawyer l wyer and his family familyconsisting fmn familyeonsisungofaife r
consisting eonsisungofaife onsits of wIfe td nd two twoEllen Qhiiaron QhiiaronEllen 8UJlO
Ellen Elen 4 years yers old and Murion Mar1o urion 6 6months 6months
months old with a 8 servant s rvant Annie AnnieWells AnnieWells nnie nnies
Wells s lost their lives 1e in a fire tre that par partially parti ¬
tially t ti ly lly destroyed destoyed the brownstone dwell dwelling dwelllug wel ¬
ing occupied ocupied by them at 133 West Vet One OneHundred OneHundre OneHundred
Hundred Hundre and Thirtieth street street early to today today today ¬
day Although Alhough neighbors neighbor say sa they theyheard theyh theyheard
heard h ird cries of murder and bur burglare burgltrs burglftra
glare gltrs the police polee found nothing to In Indicate Indicte indicate ¬
dicate dicte that the fire fre was w s not tot accidental accidentalThe accidentl accidentlThe accidentalThe
The whole family alni appears appcar to have been beenPOLICE beenPOLCE beenPOLICE
Swoop S oop Down on Hoodlums HoodlumsRendezvous HOQ Ho9dlumsRendezvous lums lumsRendezvous
Rendezvous on Jordan JordanINTERRUPT J JordanS JordanINTERRUPT rdan rdanINTE
Gambling Gamblng games Samc and a dime dimenovel dimenovel dimenovel
novel library lbr have have been formally formallyopened formuUy formuUyopened formtillyopened
opened at the Dugout on the banks banksbf banksQt banksoi
bf Qt oi the Jordan ordan river at Ttvalfth Ti Qlth West Westand Westand Yet Yetnd
and nd First Firt South streetsand trets nd the gang gangof gng gngof gangof
of youthful hoodlums has as begun beg n hold holding 111 111ing holdlog ¬
ing nightly nighty gatherings gtherngs A chicken h ken stew stewwas ste stewas stewwas
was in n preparation prepartonwhQn when Sergeant Sergent Rob Roberts Robers Roberts ¬
erts ers and ad a couple couPe og officers ofcer broke in last lastnight lastnight lastnight
night but the members member of the gang es escaped e ecpd eseaped ¬
caped cpd through throul4 the blind blnd passage pasage which whichleads whichlads whichleads
leads lads to a trap trp door and affords ators a hasty hastyretreat hastyrftre hastyretrezt
retreat rftre t The dugout has been a 8 ren rendezvous rendezvous rcadezvous ¬
dezvous for youthful burglars burglar and andthieves andthIeves andthieves
thieves for the past two years year and last laetwinter lat latwinter lastwinter
winter the gang sng was broken br kEm up and andmost andmost andmost
most of them sent to the government governmentindustrial goverment govermentindJstri governmentlndpstrial
industrial l school at Golden Colo Col The Thegang Thegang
gang which gathered gthered nightly nighty atf al the thecave thecave thecave
cave last year was convicted of a numher num number
her bel of burglaries burlares The members meber also alsobroke alsobroke
broke Into the subpostolHce Sbpostomce station stationat stUon stUonat
at Fifth Fifh West est and Seventh South and andsec andsecured
secured sec red about 150 in postofflce postofce funds fundsThe fUJd fUJdThe fundaThe
The gangwa captured < In San Fran Francisco FranIs Franels ¬
cisco els Is co o and brought back here and con conVic conited coilVicted
Vic Victed ited ted This rendezvous tendevous has been the thesource thesource thesource
source of petty pety crimes and where plots plotshave I
have been hatched to commit burgla burglaries burgiaries ¬
ries rie and thefts theft Many young youngb youngboys boys s have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been induced to spend their evening eveningthere eveningthelc eveningthere
there and ard take a hand in a poker game gameor gameor gameOr
or shooting hootnS craps crps A library lbrr of dime dimenovels dimenovels dimenovels
novels has been collected colected to furnish furnishreading furnishreading furnishreading
reading matter mater of bloody exploits explois of ofrobbers ofro ofrojibers
robbers ro rojibers 1er and outlaws outaws The Dick Dic Turpin Turpinother Turpinad Turpinapd
ad apd Jesse esse James ame srIes series and numeous numeousother numerous numerousother
other books book of similar simiar character charcter are to tobe tob tobe
be b found there and a great get deal del of oftime oftme oftime
time tme is spent in reading reading them The po police polce police ¬
lice lce are watching the place constantly constantlyand cOltant
and every effort efort is being made mde to break breakup brek brekup breakup
up the gang ganS this year yer before it begins beginsoperations bins binsoperatons beginsoperations
operations operationsOld operatons operatonsOd
Old Od Gantj Gan Hay My Be Je Workng WorkngThe Working WorkingThe
The officers ofcer were unable to locate loct any anyof anyof anyof
of the boys b9 last night but btt ltis 1 Is believed believedthat beleve believedthat
that some of the old gang gng are the ring ringleaders rng rngleader ¬ I Ileaders
leaders leader and that they are corrupting corruptng a anumbr anumber
number numbr of smaller smaler boys bo And initiating initiatingthem initatng initatngthem initiatingthem
them into the gang gn At the gambling gamblingtables gamblingtables
tables considerable cOflderable money exchanged exchangedhands exchangedhands exchangedhands
hands last year and the boys bys put at atstake atstke atstake
stake stke their cflt 1t of the plunder which whichthey whIchthey whichthey
they secured Altogether AJogether the gang got gotabout gotabout gotabout
about 300 last year and it was won wonand wonand on onand
and lost over the tables Besides this thisgroceries thisgroceries thisgroceries
groceries and coal were stolen and andsome andiIrome andsome
some of the gang eat and sleep theremost there theremost theremost
most of the winter winterDugout winterDugout wInterDugout
Dugout Remodeled RemodeledThe
The Dugout has been remodeled remodeledthis remodeledthis remodeledthis
this year and it has ha not only been en enlarged enlargd enhinged ¬
hinged but timbered The main room roomis roomis roomis
is about twelve feet square and Is fur furnished furnished furnished ¬
nished with a stove tables and bunks bunksA bunkstin
A tin roof has been put In and held by bytimbers bytimbers bytimbers
timbers iK 30 > as to make the cave safe A Asmall Asmall Asmall
small cut has been made in the wall walland walland walland
and a box Inserted to keep books In A Atrapdoor Atrapdoor Atrapdoor
trapdoor has also been provided wheremembers wherethe where wherethe
the members of the gang can come and andgo andSo andgo
go The rrain entrance leads into the thebig thebi thebig
big bi underground room room from the edge edgeof edSeof edgeof
of the water ater and is about lIve feet in inheight inheight inheight
height A place is provided just out outaide outside outside
side the main entrance where the coal coalte coalfa eoalIs
te kept A screen in the door about abo t a afoot afoot afoot
foot square is the only ventilation ventilationgiven ventilationiven ventilationgiven
given iven to the place and is also used for
a lookout lookoutThe lookoutTh lookoutThe
The Th police have haereceled received Instructions Instructionsto
to break up the gang which has evi ¬
dently dentJ reorganized and theofficers in intend intend ¬
tend ad to 0 a arrest the boys 00 > 5 providing they thorI theyare theyare
are a e able to apprehend them th m
suffocated The bodies bo jes of the the father fatherand frithorand fatherand
and youngest child were untouched by b bthe bthe
the flames and those of the others othersprobably othersprobabb othersprebably
probably were W tre re burned after they had haddied haddIed haddied
died diedA
A policeman and a neighbor who whoheard whoheard whoheard
heard the cries attempted to break Into Intothe Intothe iatothe
the house but were driven back by the thesmoke thesmoke r rsmoke
smoke smokeThe smokeThe 1
The charred bodies of Mrs Mason Masonthe Masonthe Ia on III IIIthe
the servant and Ellen were found in a acloset acloset acloset
closet under the roof scuttle through throughwhich tbroughwhich throughwhkh
which they the are supposed to have at attempted attempted attempted ¬
tempted to escape The bodies e of f Mr MrMason Mr11ason iIr iIrMason
Mason and the younger child wore in inbedroom inbcdroom Inbedroom
bedroom bedroomJONES bcdroomJOr bedroomJONES
Alleged Bounty Beater Enters EntersGeneral EntersGeneral
General Denial DenialSAYS DenialSAYS
4 I t tSherlct I ISheriff
Sheriff C F Emery Emer of Salt Lake Lakecounty LakecouhtJ Lakecoultty
county and Deputy J C Sharp Sha p went to toOgden tuOgden toOgden
Ogden yesterday and brought back backCharles btllkCharles backCharles
Charles Jones arrested there Saturday Saturdaynight Saturdaynight Saturdaynight
night in connection with the charge of ofobtaining ofobtaining ofobtaining
obtaining money mone by b false pretenses pretensesfrom pretensesfrom es esfrom
from the fund set apart by the state as aaa asa
a bounty for the destruction of Wild wfldanImals Wildanhiials tfld tfldanfnials
anImals Jones maintained an air of ofinjured ofinjured ofInjured
injured innocence at the junction awl airlat anlat awlat
at the county jail and asserts that he heis heIs
is entirely guiltless of the charge H Hwould He Hewould liewould
would not talk further than to erifasr a ageneral ageneral
general denial having nothing nothln what whatever whatever Yhatecr ¬
ever tt to > > say about the manner In which whichhe > vihichhe 1ic 1 1he
he secured the thousands of coyote coyotescalps coyotscalps coyotescalps
scalps which he is known to have pre presented presented presented ¬
sented for bounty in Weber r ber county countyIn
In case the charge can be proven provenJones ptovenTones provenJones
Jones would be liable not only for or ob obtaining obtainlng ohLaming ¬
Laming money under false pretenses pretensesbut prete pretensesbut
but for perjury for or swearing to false falseclaims falseclaims
claims claimsThe claimsThe
The identity of the woman with withwhom withwhom
whom Jones was about to so to Call California Callfornia ¬
fornia when he was arrested Is still stillconcealed stillconcealed
concealed She remained quietly at atthe atthe
the Windsor hotel Ogden most of Suit Suitday Sunday
day It Is certain that this Is not notJunea
Jones wife although at the Windsor Windsorhe
he registered for them as C Jones and andfamily andfamily
family The Mrs Jones who Is suing suinghim suinghim
him for divorce is another woman al altogether altogether ¬
together togetherThe togetherThe
The man seems to have an unfortu unfortunate unfortinate ¬
nate weakness for getting iut trouble troublewith troublewith
with women A year or so a ago when whenlie wheihe
lie was proprietor of the GIve restaur restaurant restaurant ¬
ant In Ogden he was arrested on a acharge acharge
charge of criminal conduct with a Mrs MrsMcBride MrsMcBride
McBride This was settled out of court courtJones courtJones
Jones paying foe the womans support supportfor
for a year yearYesterday yearYesterday
Yesterday morning he sent for his hisattorney hisattorney
attorney Joseph Chez and had a Ions Ionstalk longtalk
talk with him him about his various trou troubles troubles ¬
bles He attributes his present arrest arrestto
to spite work of a man who wa for formerly formerly ¬
merly In his employ but whom he dis discharged discharged ¬
charged chargedTHERE chargedRostMaeEasy
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