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c T 4I1 I THE SA SALT LT XAST EDITION EDITIONESTABLISHED
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i Silver SHY Z Xrtfeo per ounce
t 4 P A O I Copper 14c s er r pound
r ESTABLISHED JUNE JIDE 61870 o 1870 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH UrAH FRIDAY JA JAN 20 1905 PRICE FIVE GE OIDifTS TS u 40 Lead ° la 1 ar eve Z SoO Kew ow Tar
GENTILE WOMEN WOMENTAKE WOMENTAKE WOMENTAKE
TAKE THE STAND STANDI
I I I 1Two II II
I I Two Utah Women Testify for forSmoot forSmoot
Smoot SmootiGLEN Smootit Smoott
it iGLEN I GL GLEN N MILLERS t TESTIMONY STlrt10NY 11 11n
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ALLWITIqBSSE5 1aL WITSES ON HANJEAVE HANJEAVED
BEBN D BN BXATSTTTTSD BXATSTTTTSDSpecial EXAlIINBDSpElal
Special to The Herald HeraldjASHINGTON HeraJdWASHINGTON
jASHINGTON I ASHINOTON Jan 1 aTwo Two wo wof women woV
WASHINGTON
V f men politicians of Utah were wit witneeaes wltneme witnee
nee today before the sfiiate sfiiatecommittee 8tnltecommIttee
committee on privileges and elections In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the Smoot hearing They were Gentiles Gentilesr
r nd Republicans RepubUe ns and spoke spo warmly of oftheir ortheIr oftheir
their regard for Senator Smoot as asrran It ItJran
iran of high character Both expressed expressedtheir xpls ed edtheII
their abhorrence of polygamists and andsaid andsaid andsaid
said they th would not favor such men for forjn forjtbIIc
jn 1 jtbIIc bile office These women attracted attractedgreat attractedgreat attractedgreat
great attention as notable exponents exponentsof eXJonenlsequal
of equal suffrage and the th woman in inrolitlcg inoUtJes inpolitics
politics oUtJes Their ardent and efficient efficientvork Elfictentvork efIelentwork
vork as related on the stand was wassurprising wassurprIsing
surprising to those who supposed they
had some IOm knowledge of the subject subjectMrs subjectrtJ subjectMrs
Mrs rtJ W V JL B Jones J ne showed that the h un undtrstands unt
dtrstands t rstand the duties of a political boss bossamong bo g gamong
among wQmen She was one of the theoriginal theoriginal theoriginal
original five whom Judge Miner select selected selected electt
ed t > d to start bib endless chain which whichhelped whichJEJped
helped to defeat Senator Kearna KearnaRichard KearJ1 KearJ1Richard KearneRichard
Richard Young when on the stand standtc standtcdy
tc tcdy day was closely clos > ly cro crossquestioned que tloned as asto asto asto
to the line of demarcation between the thettmporal thetemporal
temporal and spiritual power of the thechurch theclUJrclL theclwrch
church He admitted that two tw apostles apostlesare
are now in exile one in Mexico and one oneIn onein oneIn
In Canada Rumor said they the wore worethere worethere wornthere
there to evade the federal laws Young Youngtestified Youn YountrstJled Youngtestified
testified that both absent apostles are arcIn arein
In as good repute in the church as those thoseremaining thoserem
J remaining rem Jnlng behind behindMr behind1fr
I1ITt Mr Miller formerly formerl of the staff of ofthe ofthe
the Salt Lake Tribune was a a willing willingand willingand
c
and eager witness He expressed the theopinion theopinion
opinion that high Mormon officials officialsshould officialsehould officialsshould
should ask permission of the church to tohold tohold toS
S hold political office as the require requirements requlrements
ments of such office would ould interfere interferewith interfere1th interferewith
with 1th their church duties Miller was wasvoluble so sovoluble sovoluble
voluble that he was several times re requested requ requtsted
quested qu ted to make his replies short shortJohn shortJoh shortJohI
Joh John W V Hughes reported having
found seventyfour heads of polyga polygamous polygamous polygamous
mous families in Salt Lake City
At the morning session Professor Tal Talmage Talmage Talinage
mage under crossexamination proved proveda
a very ver tiresome witness His replies to toall toall toall
all questions were evasive He endeav endeavored endeavored
ored and succeeded in n clouding every
issue and in reality realIt contributed little llttleto llttlto
to the actual knowledge sought by the thecommittee thecommittee thecommittee
committee So evasive and indirect was
Talmage in his testimony that he was Wa Wafinally wafinally
finally excused excusedIt
It is expected that Senator Smoot will willi wiI m mi I
i i be called to the stand within a day or o
two
35ECIINED DEQDINEDT0AiIswEp TO ANSWER ANSWEREndowment
4 t Endowment Souse Ceremonies Held HeldSacred HeldSacred I ISacred
Sacred by Talmage TalmageWashington TahuageWashington almageWuhlngton
Washington Jan 19 ItProf Prof James A ATalmage
Talmag of the University of Utah an anauthority anauthority L Lauthority
authority on the doctrine of the Mor Morrnou MorITRZI 101
rnou church was again OH the t e stand standtoday standtoday L Ltoday
today in the Smoot Investigation Judge JudgeIt JudgeR
R It W V Tayler counsel for the protest protestants protestarts protestarts
arts conducted a rigid crossexamina crossexamination ¬
tion tionThe
The witness was asked if there were wereobligations wereobllgatlons wer I Iobligations
obligations administered to him in the theendowment thendowmnt thlendowment
endowment ceremonies and replied in inthe inthe L Lthe
the affirmative but in answer to ques questions questions questions ¬
tions concerning specific obligations he heeald heeald I Ieald
eald he could not remember He admit admitted admlt1fd admittd ¬
ted there was an obligation of chastity
l but > ut in answer wer to a question as to weth wether wether wether ¬
er he could say S8 what the obligation was wasthat wa wasthat I Ithat
that gave rise to the testimony concern
Ing the alleged uo oaths ths of vengeance vengeancesaid vengeancesaid vengeancesaid
said he could not remember as it had haden I
hen > en many years since he took the en enQowment ¬
dowment
His Lips Li1 SealedIn Sealed SeaiecLIn
In answer to Chairman Burrows the thewitness theitnCS8 3 3withess
witness said he felt that he was under underobligation underobligation undeobligation
obligation not to reveal anything con connected connEeted conneeted ¬
nEeted with lth the endowment ceremonies ceremoniesbut
but that there was no penalty to follow followa followd1stlosure folLo folLoIL
a disclosure of what had occurred He Heasserted Heasserted H I Iasserted
asserted that the infliction in i tlon of bodily bodii r
harm as a a penalty was no part of the theceremony theceremon thi a aceremony
ceremony ceremon but when hen the chairman chairmanasked chairmanask I IaskOd
asked ask d if the
ceremony ceremon called for a achange ahanJe i ichange
change of wearing apparel Professor ProfeSflOrTalmage r rTairnage
Talmage said he did not care to answer answerany answerny r rtny
any ny more questions que tlons on the subject subjectIn
In explaining the supremacy of the thechurch thechurch th a ahuch
church over church authorities Pro Professor ProtMsor ¬
4 fessor Taknage said that the officers officersJiave otrlcershave S Shave
have to be sustained at the semiannual semiannualconferences semiannualonerences I Iconferences
conferences onerences He said that at the last lastconference lastconference las t tcnnference
conference President Smith was as sus sustained sustained sustamed ¬
tained and that no hands were raised raisedagainst raIsedagainst I Iagainst
against him In consequence of his tes testimony testimony testimony ¬
timony before the senate committee committeethat committeethat committethat
that he was wa sa violating the laws of the theland th thland
land He was as asked if Senator Smoot Smootwas Smootwa9 Smoowas
was present at that conference and andcould andcould an ancould
could not say He was also asked why wh V
th the manifesto of 1890 prohibiting polyg polygamy polygamy polygamy ¬
amy was not included indu ed in the doctrines doctrinesand doctrinesand S Sand
and covenants and said that there had ha f
been b n no chance in the plates of the book bookBlnce
since 1888 ISS II
1888Major 1
Major Young Recalled RecalledAt RecailedAt i
At the afternoon session Major Rich Richard Rlchard Richard ¬
ard W Young of Salt Lake City C1t a for former former foriner ¬
mer witness for Senator Smoot was wasrecalled wasrecalled wa S Srecalled
recalled and said that the president of ofthe orthe o r rthe
the church has no power to alter a reve revelation revelatlon ¬
lation after it has been sustained by the thechurch th C Cchurch
church He testified further that if a aman aman aman
man and a woman should enter into intoplural Intoplural tat 0 0plural I
plural marriage relations since the themanifesto themanifesto th e enanifesto
manifesto he would consider that they theywere the y ywere I IWere
were living in n unlawful relations relationsChairman relationsChairman I IChairman
Chairman Burrows asHed as ed if there had ha d dbeen
been any vote of dissent at the last lastconference Jastconference las it itconference I
conference to sustain President Smith Smiththe Smiththe I Ithe
the conference having been held since sincePresident sincePresident sinePresident
President Smith testified that he is liv living HvIng living ¬
ing in polygamous cohabitation Major MajorToung MajorYoung r rToung
Toung replied that he had not heard of ofany ofany o f fay
any dissent Tho Th chairman also In Inquired inQuired inuired ¬
quired uired if the absent apostles had a spe special special apecial ¬
cial mission to keep out of the jurisdic jurisdiction jurl jurisdiction dlc dlctlon ¬
tion of the subpoena of the committee committeeoil e eoil
oil privileges and elections Major lajo r
Young Youn said he had heard the absent absentnpoBtles absentapn it itapetle
npoBtles apn tJes were trying to keep out of the theway theWay Ui e eway
way Both absent apostles arc reputed reputedto ci cito
to hf polygamists polygamietsWilliam polygamistsWilJilm polygamistsWilliam
I
William Langton testified t U ecl that James S
H Wallis er who recently rec ntJy gave to t I I
the th commitee what he alleged aJle ed to be the theendowment th thndowment tlvendowment
endowment oaths could not bo be beGlen ¬
lieved
Glen Millers iflers Testimony TestimonyGlen
Glen Ion on Miller former United States Statesrnarshal StatesITlarshalin I Imarshal
marshal ITlarshalin in Utah who had been a can candidate an andldate ¬
didate for office several times testified testifiedthat testlftedthat I Ithat
that he had defeated Mormon candl candllltes ¬
dates lltes In a strong Mdrmon district He H I
declared de elared Mormons to be fair In politics politicsend politicsend 3 3and
end that Mormon officials gave impar impartial Impartial ¬
tial administrations administrationsKearns administrationsXearns administrationsXeai
Xeai Kearns Name NanieStricken Stricken Out OutSenator OutSenator OutSenator
Senator Dubois asked the witness witnesswhat wItnesaWhat wItnnwhat
what had caused the Mormons to toliolt tolioltthe bolt boltthe ol t
f the Republican n candidates at the last lastelection las t telection
election in Salt Lake City CIt MrMiller MrMillerreplied Mr Miiie Ill1 r rrf rreplied
replied rf > plled that they objected to Senator r
Kearns I arn manat0ment of the party and andContinued andconUnue an I ItConunued
Continued on Ease 2Ji i
DEEP LAID PLOT PLOTIS PLOTIS PLOTis
IS SUSPECTED SUSPECTEDRain
Rain R ain of Bullets Is Showered ShoweredUpon ShoweredUpon ShoweredUpon
Upon the Czars Palace PalacePOSSIBILITY PalaceJ PalaceOIBILITY
J
POSSIBILITY IBllITX OF MISTAKE MISTAKEI MISThKEATTERIS
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13 3A B ATTEEIBS IERIE5 ENGAGED IN IJTRI2TG IJTRI2TGSALUTES PBINGSALUTES G GSALUTES
f SALUTES SALUTESSt
4 4St
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St Petersburg Jan 19 19The 19Theceremony The Theceremony
ceremony < Eremon of the blessing of the thewaters thewaters thewaters
C waters this year Ear was accompanied accompaniedby I
by b an event more mysterious un unprecedented unprecedented Unprecedented
precedented and extraordinary extraordinarythan 9 9than
than any afforded by the annals of ofRussian ofRU5lan ofRussIan
4 Russian history For a Russian Russiansovereign Rus = lan 0 0z 9 9sovereIgn
4 z sovereign to tofall fall by the hand of an anassassin anassassin 9 9assassin
assassin is no new thing in RUS RUSalan RusZ RussIMII
Z alan records but that the emperor emperorshould emperorshould Z Zshould
9 should narrowly escape death by a ashot ashot 9 9shot
shot from his own artillery while whilehe whilehE 9 9he
he was engaged in a solemn reli religious relito 9 9gious
+ 1 to gious rite surrounded by priests priestsof 9 9of
9 of his hi church is so difficult to real realIste reallct 9 9Ise
Iste > as to be almost incredible Yet Yetthis Yeta 9 9thIs
a 9 this is what happened today toda and andthe 9 9the
9 the Russian public is left wonder wondering wonderIng 9 9tag
ing and mystified mystifiedBy mstlfiedBy 9 9By
By the merest chance the Im Imperial imperlal 9 9penal
9 penal family famlI escaped unhurt but butpublic butjubUc 9 9public
public opinion is stunnedby stunned by what whatmight whatmlmt 9 9might
might have been the tragic results resultsof 9 9of
of the affair affairST affairST affairT
J
T PETERSBURG Jan 19 lThe The fes festival es estha ¬
ST 0 tival of the Epiphany the blessing blessingOf
Of the waters had Just concluded concludedat
at a t 1 oclock this afternoon wiien wiCLianeously en simul simultaneously imultaneou81 ¬
taneously taneou81 t with the salute fired from fromthe froJmthe frmhe
the t he St Peter and St Paul fortrers a urain arain aain
rain r ain of bullets swept ov o ovar r tho th little littlechapel lit littlechapel tie tiechapel
chapel built over ov r the frozen froz 1 Neva in infront infront Inront
front f ront of the winter ralace laae where whel Em Emperor Emperor Emperor ¬
peror Nicholas and every member mem1r of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Romanoff Roman ff family were participat participating ¬
ing I ng in the service The missiles went wenthigh wenthlgh wenthigh
high entering windows of the splendid splendidrow splendidrow
row of salons along the water front frontfrom frontroOm frontfrom
from roOm which the empress the ladies of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the court and the members of the dip diplomatic diplomatic diplomatic ¬
lomatic corps Including Ambassador AmbassadorMcCormick AnlbassadorMcCormick AmbassadorMcCormick
McCormick Secretary Eddy and Sec Second Seeond Secoxid ¬
ond Secretary Bliss and all the high highdignitaries highdlgnUarles highdignitaries
dignitaries of the state army and navy navywere navywere navywere
were witnessing the glittering specta spectacle spectacle spechLcle ¬
1 cle below Fortunately the bullets bulletspassed bulletspassed bulletspassed
passed over the heads of all present presentstriking presentstrIking presentstriking
striking the opposite wall and clatter clattering clattering clattertug ¬
i ing down on the parquetted floor of the thewhite thewhite thewhite
white salon
Almost a Panic PanicThe PanicThe PanicThe
The first impression of those who whoheard whoheard whoheard
heard the crash was that it was d daze < UC to tofalling totalIlng totailing
falling crystals CI > ostals from the glass chande chandeliers chandeHers chandehers ¬
Hers and caused by concussion from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the booming of the guns Everybody Everybodyhad
j had been laboring unedr a more or less lessnervous lessnervous lessnervous
nervous strain because of the strike strikesituation strikesituation strikesituation
situation and when the truth was re realized realized realized ¬
alized the windows were hastily va vacated vacated vacated ¬
cated and the greatest excitement excitementreigned excitementreigned excitementreigned
reigned within the palace Lieutenant LieutenantGeneral LIeutenantGeneral LieutenantGeneral
General Fulton chief of police of St StPetersburg StPetersburg StPetersburg
Petersburg himself blm 1 picked up a missile missilein missilethe
in the white salon It was the size of ofa ota ofa
a birds egg The police chief was im immediately 1mm ixnmediately ¬
mediately m diately surrounded by officers of the theguards thiguards theguards
guards who examined the bullet and andexpressed andexpressed andexpressed
expressed the opinion that it might mighthave m1ghthave mighthave
have been fired from the battery lo located located 10cated
cated on the Bourse Esplanade and andwhich andwhich andwhich
which replied to the salute of the St StPeter StPeter StPeter
Peter and St Paul fortress explaining explainingthat explainingthat
that a a gun might have been charged chargedwith chargedwith chargedwith
with a loaded cartridge by mistake mistakeSuch mlstakeSuch mistakeSuch
Such a thing7 however it was as admitted admittedwas admittedwas admittedwas
was hard to conceive without a a delib deliberate deIlberate deUbcrate
erate plot From the holes passing passingthrough passIngthrough passingthrough
through the double windows it Is cer certain certain certam
tain tam that the bullets came from the di direction direction dlrection
rection of the Bourse BourseCrowd BourseCrowd BourseCrowd
Crowd in Ignorance IgnoranceIn
In the meantime there was no exi exidence eidence cvidence
dence outside of what occurred The Thecrowds Thecrowds Thecrowds
crowds of people who formed black blacklines blackHnes blacklines
lines along the quays the palace pa1 e bridge bridgethe bridgethe bridgethe
the steps of the Bourse Bourseand and every other otherpoint otherpoint otherpoint
point of vantage in the white Arctic Arcticlandscape Arcticlandscape Arcticlandscape
landscape did not betray belm the slightest slightestexcitement slightestexcltem1mt slightestexcitement
excitement Neither did the imperial imperialparty Imperialparty imperialparty
party in the chapel below Although Althoughthe Althoughthe
the actual ceremony was ended the theempopor theempOJ1Qr theemperor
emperor remained and accompanied accompaniedthe
the metropolitan and clergy as they theycircled the thecfrcled theycircled
circled the pavilion around the chapel chapelto
to bless the gorgeous standards of the thefamous tltefamous thefamous
famous guard regiments assembled assembledthere agsembledthere assembledthere
there Then the procession moved bacK bac bacto bacito
to the palace Pl ace and the original pro programme programme programme
gramme was carried out The emperor emperordisplayed emperordisplacd emperordisplayed
displayed splendid nerve He did not notshow notshow notshow
show a trace of excitement He re received received recelved ¬ I
ceived the diplomats in his usual cor cordial cordial cordial
dial gentle manner reviewed the guard guardregiments guardredments guardregiments
regiments on the square behind the thepalace 1l1epalace thepalace
palace and subsequently had luncheon luncheonserved luncheonserved luncheonserved
served in the state dining room roomWhen roomWhen roomWhen
When the correspondent of the Asso Associated Assofated Assoelated
fated Press who was about to go godown godown godown
down to the white salon when one of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the missiles flew right over his head headleft headleft headleft
left the palace he saw a hole in the thewindow thewindow thewindow
window of another salon and holes out outside outside outside
side In the stucco of the massive red r rbuilding rdbuilding
building
Activity of Police PoliceThe PoliceThe PoliceThe
The police are actively at work try trying toing tryIng
ing to clear up the mystery as to where wherethe wherethe wherethe
the shots came from fromThe fromThe fromrlLe
The strike situation has not been beenchanged beenchanged beenchanged
changed by this holiday hoUda The men are areherding areherdIng areherding
herding themselves in various parts of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the city and a R test is expected tomor tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow
row when w11 > n the employers will ill make a afinal aflnal afinal
final answer to their demands Whilecollisions While Whileno Vhlleno
no collisions have yet been reported reportedthere reportedthere reportedthere
there is a feeling among ail classes of ofhigh ofhIgh ofhigh
high tension The news that an anaUempt anaUempthad attempt attempthad attempthad
had been made m de on n the emperors life lifespread UCespread lifespread
spread like wildfire during the after afternoon afternoon afternoon
noon leading to all sorts of versions versionsand versionsand versionsand
and generally increasing the tension tensionCzars tensionCzars tensionCzars
Czars Miraculous Escape EscapeAdditional EscapeAdditional EscapeA4dttIornti
Additional particulars show that that the theemperor theemperor theemperor
emperor had a miraculous escape escapeThere escapeThere escapeThere
There is no longer any an dcubt < 1 < ubt that the themissiles themlSt themissiles
missiles mlSt nH came from a gun on the Bourse Boursebattery Bour Bourbatter Boursebattery
battery batter which was loaded with grape grapeSome grapeSome rapf rapfSome >
Some of the bullets actually struck the thelittle theUtUe thelittle
little open chapel In which the empero emperowas emperowas emperowas
was standing cut ut the staff of one of the thestandards tl1elaltdnrds tilestandards
standards and fairly riddled the base basement basement basement
ment windows w1n wg of the palace killing a apoliceman apoliceman
policeman outright and wounding an anoflloer anotileer
oflloer and three marines Had the gun gunbeen gunbeen
been aimed a little lower the charge of ofgrape ofgr ofgr
grape gr pe might have wiped out the whole wholeRomunqff wholeRomanQf wholeRomangt
Romunqff dynasty No Noofficfal official state statement statement statement ¬
ment has a atf yet been issued but the thetmsgaetion theugSHl1on thesuggestion
I
suggestion offered that the gun was wasloaded wasloaded wasloaded
loaded with grape as a precaution pref > 8utlon in inview inview inview
view of possible strike rioting hardly hardlym hardlymeets hardlyinsets
meets m ets the fact that it was aimed with withsuch w1thuch withsuch
such accuracy 8ccurac at the chapel chapelDeep ehanelDeep chapelDeep
Deep Laid LaidPlot LaidPlotEverything Plot PlotEverything PlotEverything
Everything on the surface seems to toIndicate toIndl toincjiate
Indicate Indl ate the existence of a deadly and anddeep andd anddeep
deep d p laid aid plot against the emperor in inwhich InhIch inahich
which hIch artillerymen were enlisted It Itis Itis Itis
is understood that all the men and the theoncers theoJficers theojflcers
oncers of the battery were immediately immediatelyplaced Immediatelyplaced
placed under arrest for examination Examlnatlonrhe xaminat1onThe j
The police took charge of the spot spotwhere spotwhere spotwhere
where the battery still stands and drew drewa
a double cordon across the river riversearching rIversearchlns riversearching
searching out everything In the line of offtc or111I0 offlee
ftc Aft nOld old barge frozen In the ice IceCont1n IceContinund
tContlnucd Cont1n d on Page o jyf Z x
i IN INAUGURAL YURAL B BALL LL DECORATIONS AT THE THEATRE j
Showing Temporary Floor Band and Orchestra Stand at right and Governors Governors Booth at extreme left Picture taken Shortly Before Beforethe Beforethe
the Ball Commenced Photo by Shipler I
SENATE ACTS ACTSON ACtSON ACTSON
ON BOUNTY LAW LAWRepeal LAWt LAWRepeal LAWRepeal
t
Repeal Bill Goes Through With Without Without Without ¬
out a Hitch HitchDR1GGS HitchMR HitchMR
MR DR1GGS IS ANGRY ANGRYOFFICIALS ANGRYOFFICIALS ANGRYOFFICIALS
OFFICIALS WORK WITH THOSE THOSEOF TBOSEOP J JOF
OF OTHER STATES STATESLittle STATYsLittle
4
Little short of a miracle can now nowsave nowsave nowsave
save the wild animal bounty law that thathas tltathas thatbas
has been so prolific of fraud during re recent recent recent ¬
cent months in the larger counties of ofUtah ofUtah ofUtah
Utah The senate passed a repeal bill billyesterday bH1e6terday billyesterday
yesterday and the house of representa representatives r rpresentatires presentatlves ¬
tires Is expected to take like action to today today today ¬
day The bill as it passed the senate senateleaves senateleaves senateleaves
leaves the penalty clause cnuse of the old law lawin lawIn lawIn
in effect and the understanding is that thata
a new nC law devoid of the old loopholes loopholeswill loopholeswill > s swill
will be enacted before the adjournment adjournmentof
of the legislature legislatureNo
No intimation Is given out as to what whatwill whatwill
will 111 be done by the legislature to pro provide proYide provlde ¬
vide for the flood of certificates now In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the office of the state auditor The Thejoint ThejoInt Thejoint
joint committee of the legislature ap appointed appointed appointed ¬
pointed to investigate the bounty bountyfrauds bountyfrauds bountyfrauds
frauds and map out a a course to be fol followed followed followed ¬
lowed is at work but will make no nodefi nodefinite deS definite deSnite ¬
nite move until after reports have been beenreceived beenreceived beenreceived
received from all the county clerks in inthe Inthe inthe
the state stateInvestigating stateinvestigating stateThvestigating
Investigating in Other States StatesNo StatesNo StatesNo
No additional arrests were ere made yes yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
terday either In Salt Lake or Ogden OgdenBoth OJdenBoth OgdenBoth
Both County Attorney P P Christen Christensen
sen and Sheriff C F Emery are work working workIng ¬ I Iing
ing quietly on the case and the 1m 1mnression Imnression unnression
nression grows that thatbetorc before they are arethrough arethrough i ithrough
through there t ere will be some sensational sensationalrevelations sensationalrevelations
revelations No Intimation will be giv given given glven ¬
en out as to the nature of the revela revelations revelaUons revelations ¬ i
tions to come or as to who are likely to tobe tob tobe
be b brought into the net of the law It Itis Itis itIs
is an open secret that the officials in inUtah inUtah inUtah
Utah are working In harmony with ith the theofficials theofficIals theofficials
officials in the surrounding states and andit andit andit
it Is assumed from this that the pro programme prograanme prograrnme ¬
gramme is to round up the entire gang gangthat gangthat gangthat
that has been operating in the Inter Intermountain Intermountain intermountain
mountain region throughout the year yearPrisoners yearPrisoners yearPrisoners
Prisoners Arraigned A1raignedToday A1raignedTodayIt Today TodayIt
It is expected that Charles Charles W Jones Jonesand Jonesand Jonesand
and D B Davies will be arraigned and andhave andhaye andhave
have their preliminary hearing be ring before beforeJudge beforeJUdge beforeJudge
Judge C B Diehl today Both will be berepresented berepresented berepresented
represented by b counsel and both refuse refuseto refuseto
to talk talkThe talkThe talkThe
The Information that comes from fromCheyenne fromCheyenne fromCheyenne
Cheyenne to the effect that the Wyoming Wyoming Wyo Wyoming ¬
ming legislature insession there re Is con considering considering considering ¬
sidering an appropriation of 0000 for forbounties forboun forbounties
bounties boun ties on wild animal anlm l skins is caus causing cousing causing
ing a smile to pass pa < iS around among the theknowing theknowIng theknowing
knowing ones in Utah It is wondered wonderedif
if there is a deficit to be cared for in inthe Inthe inthe
the neighboring state as large as the theone theone theone
one here ere In the proposed WyomingJaw Wyominglaw Wyoming Wyominglaw
law the bounty on wolves is fixed at
4 and on coyotes at 1 1FIVE 1FIVE 1FIVE
FIVE NEWCOMPLAiWTS NEWCOMPLAiWTSFILED NEWCOf1PlAINTSFILED NEWCOf1PlAINTS NEWCOMPLMNTSFILED
FILED AGAINST SWAN SWANSpecial SWANSpedal SWANSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldOgden HeraldOgden HeraldOgden
Ogden Jan 19 19ThC The developments in inthe inthe Iiithe
the bounty frauds in Weber county to toda today j
day da were mostly mo tly such a a8 were ere fore forecasted forecasted forecasted ¬
casted in The Herald of this thlsmorning thlsmorningThe morning morningThe morningThe
The five additional complaints charg charging chargIng charging ¬
ing W V R Swan with fraud in con connection conneetlon ¬
nection with the > certificates issued to toJohn toJohn toJohn
John M Lee who acted merely as a adummy adummy
dummy for the purpose of getting the themoney themoney
money mOI1E were issued by authority of the thedistrict thedlstrltt thedistrict
district attorney and were sworn sworn to by bySheriff bySheriff bySheriff
Sheriff Bailey BaileySwan Baile BaileSwan BaileySwan
Swan was takeij take into custody and anddetained anddetaln anddetained
detained detaln d at the sheriffs office om e He has hasengaged hasengaged I Iengaged
engaged Judge W L Maginnis to look lookafter lookafter lookafter
after his interests and is making no nostatements nostatements nostatements
statements for publication publicationOwing publicationOwIng publicationOwing
Owing to an apparent conflict con Ict in the thelaws thelaws the1aw
laws applicable to the payment of ofthese otthesecerttflc ofthese
these thesecerttflc certificates tes by the county treas treasurers treasurers treasurers ¬
urers Mr Chambers the treasurer treasu er for forWeber torWeber forWeber
Weber county has refused to cash any anysuch anysuch anysuch
such paper and consequently Weber is isentirely Isentirely Isentirely
entirely free from any financial loss in inthe inthe inthe
the matter of the bounty steals ex excepting exc cxcepUng ¬
cepting c ptlng as it chares in the general loss lossof lossor lossof
of the state stateMr stateMr stateMr
Mr Chambers Chambersstat states s that the thelaw thelawCont1nuc Jaw JawCoatinued lawContinued
Continued < 7 on Page age e21 2Jt 2
THIRD BALLOT AT JEFFERSON CITY CITYNiedrlnghaus CITYg CITYNiedringbaus CITYNiedringhaus
g
Niedrlnghaus Steadily Losing Votes VotesRepublican Republican State StateCommittee StateComittee StateCommittee
Committee of ofMissouri Will Meet to Consider Considerthe Considerthe Considerthe
the Situation
EFFERSON CITY Jan 19 19Tho 19Thodeadlock 19ThcJ The
J I deadlock in the legislature over the theelection theelecUono theelection
election of a successor JO to Unites Uqt UttaiStates
States SenatorFrancis S itUitor < FrancIs M Cockrell Cockrellcontinues Cockretlcontinues Cockrdllontinues
continues c The second joint session was washeld washeld washeld
held today and after casting one ballot ballotwithout ballot1thout ballotuithout
without definite result adjourned until untiltomorrow untilnoon untiltomorrow
tomorrow noon This ballot resulted resultedThomas resultedThomas resultethThomas
1 Thomas K JJledringhaus nominee of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Republican caucus 81 F M Cock Cockrell Cockrell Cocktell
rell Democrat 81 R C Kerens Re Republican Republican Republican ¬
publican 6 A C Pettljohn Republican lepubJicant
3 t showing a loss since yesterday of offour orfour offour
four votes from Niedringhaus two twovotes twovotes twovOtes
votes from Cockrell Co krell one vote from fromKerens fromKerens fromKereas
Kerens and a a gain of two votes for forPettijohn torPettijohn forPettijohn
Pettijohn PettijohnTwo PettijohnTwo PettijohnTwo
Two I emocrts Democrts > and three Republicans Republicanswere
were absent absentCall absentCall absentCall
Call For Conference ConferenceAs
As a result of a conference among amongparty amongpart amongparty
party part leaders last night Vice Chairman ChairmanRothwell
Rothwell of the Republican state ex executive executive cxecutive ¬
ecutive committee today issued the
following call callA calluA callA
uA A meeting of the Republican state statecommittee statecommittee statecommittee
committee is hereby called to be held
In the house of representatives in Jef Jeterson ¬
ferson erson City Mo at 2 p m Monday
Jan 23 for the purpose of considering
the present grave crisis in the affairs of
the Republican party of Missouri To Tothis Tothis
this meeting T t also invite the officers offlcbrsand omc officersand rs rsand
and members of all the Republican Republicancongressional Republicancongressional Republicancongressional
congressional judicial senatorial and andcounty andcounty andcounty
county executive committees of Mis Missouri MIssourl l1s l1ssouri ¬
souri together with Ith every official o fficfa 1 in inthe Inthe inthe
the state elected by Republican votes votesand yotesand votesand
and also each candidate for United UnitedStates UnitedStates
States senator whose name was pre presented prescnted presented ¬
sented to the recent rec nt Republican sena senatorial senatorial senatonal ¬
torial caucus Every Republican citi citizen citJzen cttlzen ¬
zen of Missouri is cordially invited to tobe tobe tobe
be presentand present and take part in this meet meetIng meetIng meettag
Ing of the Republicans of Missouri MissouriIn IlBsourlIn
In the hotel lobbies the names of
PRESIDENT LOUBET CONSULTING CONSULTINGWITH CONSULTINGWITH CONSULTINGWITH
WITH VARIOUS FRENCH GROUPS
Paris Jan 19 lDPresident President Loubet has hasbegun hasbegun hasbegun
begun consultation with the leaders of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the various parliamentary groups con concerning1 COI1cernlng concorning ¬
corning the new ministry The con consultations oonsultations consultations ¬
sultations thi thIs morning embraced the
heads head of four groups of the senate This Thisafternoon ThisaftenJoon Thisafternoon
afternoon the president will consult consultwith consultwith consultwith
with the heads of five groups of the thechamber th thchamber thechamber
chamber of deputies The latter will be berepresented berepresented berepresented
represented by the presidents of the thegroups t1egroups tegroups
groups except the socialist parlia parliamentary parliamentary parliamentary ¬
mentary group which not having a apresident apresident apresident
president will probably designate M
Jaures as S the exponent of socialist de desires desires desires ¬
sires The selection of a ministry ap ¬
pears to turn more upon policies than
individuals Several groups including
the socialists Ialists insist on the continuance
of the Combes programme including
the separation of church and state an
Income tax and workingmens pensions
Other groups insist that the new lie min ¬
istry be not required to pursue the theCombes
Combes policy polleyThe policyThe
The Temps which usually is semI semIpers semiofficial semiofficial >
official and most of the other nevspa nevspapers newspapers I
pers except the socialist organs urge
the appointment of f a new cabinet and andthe I Ithe
the adoption of a new policy The con consultations consultations consultatlons ¬
sultations going 011 seek to reconcile
these differences differencesM
M Rouvier continues to be the most mostprominent mostprominent mealprominent
prominent among those desiring a new newpolicy newpollc ne r rpolicy
policy pollc but M Sarrien radical republi republican republican repubilcan ¬
can is developing notable strength strengthamong strengthamong I Iamong
among those favoring a continuance of ol I
the old policy
BG STRIKE STRi MAY iMA Y BE AVERTED AVERTEDPhiladelphia AVERTEDPhlladelphia AVERTEDPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Pa Jan 19 lDThough Though both sides are firm and not dis ¬
posed to yield ield anything developments today in the controversy between
the Pennsylvania Railroad company and the Brotherhood of Trainmen
indicated that an amicable settlement of the dispute may be effected
shortly shorU without a resort to extreme measures The chance of a break
was temporarily averted by the decision of Vice Grand Master Lee and
his associates to send for Grand Master P H Morrlssey for the pur ¬
pose I > ose of consultation Upon the latters attitude and the result of a
conference which Mr Morrissey and the Brotherhood committee will
have with General Manager rana e1 Atterbury tomorrow the question of a strike
is dependent dcven ent All of the fortyfive local unions in the Brotherhood east
of PIttsburg and Erie have been supplied with cipher codes c des so that In
case a strike is decided upon the order to suspend work can be carried
into effect at once onceu
S
u >
POSTMASTER KILLED KILLEDBY KILLEDBY KILLEDBY
BY THEJOWN THE TOWN MARSHAL MARSHALEllis SHAL SHALElUs
Ellis Kan Kon Jan 19 19At At Wilson w son Kan Kanthis Kan Kanatternoon iCantii
this tii afternoon Cltg Cl CLtr Marshal Illlman
Gardner Lathrop of Kansas K ns83 City CIt and andSlyrus andyrus andyrus
Slyrus yrus P Waldridgjs 1 former rmer mayor of ofSt oCSt ofSt
St Ix Louis > uis are n mentioned as possible possiblecompromise posslblempromlsee8ndldates possiblepmpromise
compromise mpromlsee8ndldates candidates shoujd shouJdthe thecon thecontfnuance the eon eontlhuance continuance
tfnuance tinuance of the th deadlock dc dlocK make ni neces necessary necessar necesnary ¬
nary sar the choice of another nominee nomineeIt nomln e eIt
It was stated today by Kerens men menthat menthat menthat
that the real fight Is on Thomas J JAkins JAkins JAkins
Akins national Republican committee committeeman committeeman committeeman
man and former chairman of the Re Republican Rept1bIican Reptiblican ¬
publican state committee The declara declaration declaration ¬
tion was made that should Niedring NiedringI Niedringbans ¬
halls be elected to the United States Statessenate Statessenate Statessenate
I senate on the endorsement of Akins It Itwould Itwould Itwould
would mean that Kerens would be beshorn beshorn beshorn
shorn of political power and prestige prestigeOlympia prestigeOlrmpia prestigeOlympia
Olympia Wash ash Jan 19 19Todays 19Todaysjoint ilLTodaysjoint Todays Todaysjoint
joint ballot for United States senator senatorby senatorby senatorby
by the legislature resulted as follows followsFoster followsFoster followsFoster
Foster 44 4 Piles 33 Sweeney 26 26Wilson 26Wltson 26Wilson
Wilson 16 Blethen Democrat DemocratJones 7 7Jonef 7Jones
Jones 8
8Statement Statement of Bolters BoltersEight BoltersEight BoltersEight
Eight members of the legislature who whovoted whovoted whovoted
voted against Thomas K Niedring ¬
haus today toda for Uniterd States senator senatortonight senatortonight senatortonight
tonight gave out a long statement In Invhich Inhleh Inwhich
which hleh they justify their action They Theysay Theysa Theysay
say sa that it behooves the Republican Republicanparty RepublIcanparty RepublIcanparty
party of Missouri to elect a senator senatorwho senatorho senatorwho
who ho is free from suspicion in any way wayi wa waThe wayThe
i The statement then reviews the charges chargesagainst chargesagainst
I against Mr Niedringhaus in connection connectionwith connectionwIth connectionwith
with a contribution of 19000 by St StLcuis StLc StLcuis
Lcuis Lc uis brewers to the Republican cam campaign campaIgn campaign ¬
paign fund and says saysjustice saysWe saysWe
We feel that it would be u great In Injustice Injustice
justice to the Republicans of this state stateto stateto stateto
to elect any man to the exalted position positionof
of United States Ssenator who Is Istainted Istainted istainted
tainted in this manner mannerThe mannerThe mannerThe
The statement protests against the theactivity theactivity theactivity
activity of the federal officeholders of ofMissouri ofMissouri
Missouri in Mr tr Niedringhaus behalf behalfand nehalfand behalfand
and declares that the eight members memberswill memberswlll membersiIl
will iIl continue continueto to vote against him
j
shot and killed Sam Hutchinson the thepostmaster tltepostmaster I Ipostmaster
postmaster and editor of a paper and andthen andt am i itlen
then t en committed suicide Several days daysago daYltgo day I Iago
ago Tillman whipped Hutchinsons boy boyand boy8ld r rauci
and the latter l tter scored scor the marshal in his bispspert hispaper I Ipapcr2
paper Today theg met and quarreled
COAL STRIKE IS ISGROWING ISGROVJING
GROWING DAILY DAILYNearly DAILYNearly
C
Nearly a Quarter of a Million MillionMen MillionMen
Men Out in Germany GermanyEMPEROR Germa GermanyEMPEROR y yf yEMPEROR
f
EMPEROR WILLIAM ACTIVE ACTIVEPUBLIC ACTIVEI ACTIVEPUDLIO
I
PUBLIC SENTIMENT FAVORS EAVOBSTHE FAVORSTHE PAVOBTHE
THE STRIKERs STRIKEBSBerlin STRIKERsI STRIKERsBerlin
4 4Berlin I
Berlin Jan 20 O 4 a m mThe The Voer Voerwaerts Voerwaerts Veerwaerts
waerts this morning estimates estlm tes the thenumber thenumber thenumber
number of strikers in the coal mining miningdistrict miningdistrict miningdistrict
district at 240000 240 OOO The news from the thescene thestcne
theL
scene of the strike shows no change in inthe Inthe inthe L
the situation Several cases of minor minordisturbances mInordisturbances minotdisturbances
disturbances are reported such as ascrowds ascrowds ascrowds
crowds hooting strike breakers and po police police police ¬
lice dispersing crowds wounding woun ing sev several se seeral sevcml ¬
eral with their side arms armsSentiment armsSentiment armsSentIment
Sentiment appears to be drifting in infavor inaor iiifavor
favor aor of the strikers the refusal of the theMine thelUne theMine
Mine Owners association to negotiate negotiatewith negUateIth negotiatewith
with Ith the operatives being regarded as asan asan n I Ian
an affront to the government The TheTageblatt TheTageblatt TheTageblatt
Tageblatt adopts a decidedly decidedJ sharp
tone in censuring the association associationComplaints associationComplaints associationComplaints
Complaints in Writing WritingThe
The government commission has hasabout hasabout liarabout
about concluded its labors and has hasasked lintasked 18S 18Sasked
asked the representatives of the unions unionstn uniumto
tn t put their complaints in writing writingwhich writingwhich writingwhich
which the commissioners will bring to toBerlin toBerHn tc > IBerlin
Berlin and hand to the government It Itis ItItJ II L
I is ItJ j thought that several weeks must mustelapse mustelapse t
elapse before the result of the inquiry inquirycan inquirlcan r tr
can be worked out outMuch outMuch outMuch
Much interest attaches to todays sit sitting sitting sittung ¬
ting of the reichstag where a Socialist Socialistinterpellation SoclaIlstiaterpelfatlon Socialistiiterpeliation
interpellation regarding the strike is isthe isthe h hthe
the first order of business businessAid bu bmiinessAid Iness InessAid
Aid for Strikers StrikersCardinal StrikersCardinal StrikersCardinal
Cardinal Fischer of Cologne has sent sentthe sentthe sen I Ithe t
the strikers 250 to assist the needy needyAccompanying need needAccompanyIng
Accompanying the donation Is a letter letterIn lett rIn rin r
In which the cardinal while declining decliningto
to Judge of the merits of the contro controversy controvus ¬
versy vus shows that he sympathizes with withthe withthe witithe 1
the strikers The Voerwaerts publish publishing publishing publishlug ¬
ing company has contributed 6125 6125j 6125Thagoernment
j Thaugovernment and private owners ownersin owneror 3
ot cq r mries ri S in In the J ottorut Saarbrucken uciteii uis uislaed dIs dIstrfd
trfd tricLhae fe deqlJ deqled laed ed to send no coal coa into intothe intothe Int Intthestrike 3
the thestrike stri strike e regiph More Industrial es establishments est establishments ¬
tablishments t hre re shutting down on ac acaunt acunt accbunt
aunt unt of lack df fuel fuelL fuelEmperor
tb L Emperor mPeror Active ActivetJmperor ActiveEmperor ActiveS
S Emperor Williams VIllI ams active interest in inthe inth ii iithe a
the th coal strike and his personal exer exertions exertions exertions I ¬
tions to settle it have produced a good goodeffect goodetrect gooi gooieffect
effect on the Boerse Today the em emperor emperor emperor ¬
peror received a member of the firm of ofHaniel orHaniel o Sr SrHaniel
Haniel Co one of the powerful coal coalowning coalownIng coo 1 1owning
owning families of the lower Rhine and andsent andsent an S Ssent
sent for Privy Councillor Lueg of Ober
hausen who successfully managed the theDusseldorf theDusseldorf th thDusseldorf
Dusseldorf exhibition of 1908 Herr HerrLueg HerrLueg r rLueg
Lueg is botlf a coal mine owner and a asteel asteel a asteel
steel manufacturer of large wealth and andgreat andgreat an ii iigreat
great influence among industrial lead leaders leaders leadera ¬
ers ersThe
The attitude of the mine owners an annoys anroys ¬
roys the government as much rh as the thehasty thehasty th thhasty e
hasty action of the strikers In quitting quittingwork quittingwork quittinwork
work without giving the legal notice noticeAmong noticeAmong noticeAmong
Among the petty requirements of some someot somS
ot the mines is a rule that the miners minersmust mlner5must minermust S
must click their heels he s together and andstand andstand an anstand
stand at attention when overseers ap appear appear appear ¬
pear pearAUSTRIAN pearAUSTRIAN pearAUSTRIAN
s
AUSTRIAN TROOPS ON ONFRONTIER ONFRONTIER ONFRONTIER
FRONTIER OF ITALY ITALYRome ITALYRome ITAL Yp YpRome
Rome Jan 19 19UneasIness Uneasiness is felt here hereat hereat her e
at the concentration of Austrian troops troopson troopon S eS
on the Italian frontier the Patria go gong gong gong
ng so far as to say that Austria is pre preparing preparIng ¬
paring for war against Italy On pree the theother theother Ui Uiother e
other hand the Tribuna publishes a astatement astatement astatement
statement to the effect that its corres correspondent corresondent 3 3pondent
pondent at Vienna has been assured by bythe bythe b I Ithe
the Austrian foreign office that the theincrease theincrease Ui ie ieincrease
increase in the number of Austrian Austriantroops Austriantroops a atroops
troops on the t e frontier of Italy was wasn wasm w LS LSmre1y
n m mre1y erelyt ely due to the return of soldiers to totheTr tother I 0 0their
their ther posts p pcs after fte having ha ing been on duty dutyalqngYtheRussian dutya1qng dut dutalqigTthe
alqngYtheRussian a1qng alqigTthe the R1lSsian frontier their pres presence presenCe preence ¬
ence being no J longer nger accessary
ASSERT ASSERTTHEIR ASSERTTHEIR ASSERTTHEIR
THEIR HONESTY HONESTYHave
C
Have No Intention of Carving CarvingUp
Up U China When War Ends EndsHAY EndsHAY
4
HAY GIVEN ASSURANCES ASSURANCESCEI02STIAXS ASSURANCESt ASSURANCESCELESTIAIS
t
CELESTIALS SEEM SAFE FOR POBTEE FORTHE PUBTRE
TEE PRESENT PBESENTASHINGTON PRESENTASWNGTOX S SASHINGTON
+
ASHINGTON Jan J a 1 1t1Secntary Secretary SecretaryHay
W N Hay pas has secured ured positive Poeit ve assur assurances aestiralicete sttr sttraltCeti ¬
ances altCeti from the powers JOren that th i there thereshall Uaeresban
shall be no attempt made upon the tI in integrity inhgrlty ¬
tegrity of Chinese Chlne e territory terr1t l7 Recently Recentlyit
it was reported thaL Home of the pow powei8 powel
ei8 el g contemplated cOlltJerwpl ttd exteiMliitgr extetMiin tfee terri territorial territorial ¬
torial possession they already had in inthina InChina
China hintt at the conclusion of the war in inorder inrder
order to maintain what hat thy U called Un Unbalance l1lta1ance ¬
balance of power in the east aaaertiug aaaertiugthat auwerlil1that asertinsthat
that the outcome of f the war w would hl hla 5 > i ia
a readjustment of Chinese territorial territorialboundaries terrttonniLounduries territoraiboundaries
boundaries A circular note was dte dtepatched dI dIpathfd
patched by Secretary H Hsy y to the pow powers pouos
ers os based on this thi information with the theresult HI HIrt
result rt sult that they have now no all positive positivey po ltln
1 ty y disclaimed any such intention intentionIn
In a long cablegram received at the thestate tbestate thestate
state department today from the Amer American AmtrI sner sneritaii ¬
ican I < an embassy at Paris the th Frenchgov Frenchgovernment Fench French gov governmnt goverument ¬
ernment ernmnt reiterates relerate its It position ptn and 1 d an ansurances a aSUMnS assurances
surances SUMnS in favor of preservation lr atl of ofChinas ofChinas
Chinas administrative ulmtnlstnthe entity Uit li > and ter territorial tet ¬
ritorial integrity inlfxrly This practically pnltely com competes c ¬
petes pete the t answers anwtr front all the th powers powersto pwer
to Secretary Seretar Hays Hay latest lat st stTh not notThe note noteThe
The Th American government ovellnt was waspiompted WI8 WI8N
piompted N ompter to Lake l Oils his action a llnb7 by cer certain er ert ¬
tain t dn reports rfport2to from from Its embassies ebma embassiesand said le leri lefKtons
ri fKtons ttIons tlons abroad abrod that tba the powers e tren trenexpecting tPr
I expecting px tng to divide lvie up upCht Chtya Cbi after afer the thewar thtwar
war among themsejAes then t The Tl inquiry inquiryof Inuiry Inuiryor
of has checked whatever whateversf
Secretary Secretry Hay hs cheke whatevEr whatevErs
sf s hme there foot and the ¬
was w s on tot an pow powers pw pwers
ers em are once again 3In down in black blk and andwhite ad adwhite andwhite
white pledged to assist asit in the main maintenance mln mlnt ¬
tenance t nance of Chinas territorial terrtorlai and po political p nolitical ¬
litical Utcal integrity all al of them having havinggiven
given favorable faorble replies reple to the American Americannote Aern Aernnote
note
TABBEACHING ACHNG EFFECT EFFECTHays EFCT EFCTHys EFFECTHays
Hays Hys Note Not Likely Lkey Likclyto to Preserve Presere China Cina Cinafor
for a a Time TimePars TimeParis
Paris Pars Jan 19The l The French govern government government governnent ¬
ment and other powers pwers have received reeive a acommunication acmmunicato acommun
communication cmmunicato commun icatlon from the American Americangovernment Aerian Aeriangoverment Americangovernment
government goverment which if approved apprved by the thepowers thepoers thepowers
powers wil will exert a a farreaching effect effectin ert ertin effectn
in i n preventing preventng the territorial terriorial breakup breakupof
of o f China when peace is eventually eventualy made madebetween m madebetween e ebetween
between Russia and Japan The Amer American American Amerean ¬
ican l ean initiative initatve in this direction directon is dis distinct distnct distinct ¬
tinct tnct from the recent note relative relatve to toRussias t toRussias
Russias protest against againt Chinas alleged allegedbreach aleged alegedbreah allegedbreach
breach breah of neutrality neutralt This latter l ter note notetreats notetreats notereats
treats t of the the continuation contnuation of Chinas Chinasneutrality ChlnaslmtraUty Chinasneutrality
neutrality lmtraUty in the pending pedin war but the theother theother theother
other communication communicaton treats teats of Chinese Chineseterritory Cblneselerrlo Chineseterritory
territory lerrlo after afer the war w Is concluded concludedThis conclued concluedThi concludedThis
This Thi step is based upon information informationreaching inforaton inforatona informationtahh1ng
reaching a lng the United nied States tl tes government governmentthat gvernmnt gvernmnttrat governmentthat
that trat some sme of the powers pwer are tTe apprehen apprehensive apprehenS ppr 1en 1ense ¬
sive that th t the eventual ttntual consideration consIdertion of ofpeace ofpcebetw ofpeace S
peace pcebetw betweren betw5 cn n Russia Sla and ad Japan JapJ will willlead willS i
lead Itad l ead to claims on portions orIons of > Chinese Chineseterritory Chl ChIIIeeCtfrritoly S
territory The Tht American Amerian communica communication communic ¬
tion ton tends t ds to avert the possibility plbmt of ofsuch ofsuch ofS
such claims caims being bing made thus ensuring ensuringK S
K continuance contnuan e of the present pr ent policies policiesof plcie plcieof S
of the th opendoor oP 1door and ad the territorial terioril in integrity Int integrity ¬ S
tegrity t brl of the empire empireThe empireThe
The French British Brltih and Italian Ialin governments go goernment gov goreruments ¬ S
ernments ernment have approved approY the American Americancommunication Amricn Amricnmmunieaton Americancommunication
communication < mmunieaton If I other powers pwer ap approve approve approve ¬
prove it it i will wil constitute < onsttute a notable notbe un understanding undertandlng Undcrstandlng ¬
derstanding dertandlng that the powers pow will wl not notmake n notmake t tmake
make claims caims on Chinese Chie territory terior when whenpeace whn whnpeace whenpeace
peace is i ultimately ultmately concluded concludedCOLORADO condude concludCOLORADOSUPREME
I ICOLORADO
COLORADO COLORADOSUPREME COLORADOSUPREMECOURT SUPREME SUPREMECOURT SUPREMECOURT
COURT HAS ADJOURNED ADJOURNEDDenver
Denver Cole 010 Jan 19 1Eljah 19ElIjah Elijah Wig Wigginton Wigginton WIgglnton
ginton was fined 5500 5 8OO today oay bythe by the su supreme supreme ¬
preme court for fo conduct as an election electionJudge elect1o elect1ojudge et I
Judge irt ir violutkm viohUon of the courts Crs conrtsjunction in injunction injuncton ¬
junction juncton Policemen Plcmen Max Sehradsky Sehradskyand Schrd8k Schrd8kand Sehradsk Sehradskand
and Max Sisach Sisch charged cbe with wih interfer interference Interferec interferenee ¬
ence ec with Republican Republca wab watchers were weredischarged S Sdhcliarged
discharged dischargedThe dilhaed dilhaedTe S
The Te court adjourned adJoured until untl Feb t ttion 1having S
having having disposed or al all the Denver el ele elethin
thin tio oases ease 011 01 tile fe In all al fortyfour fortyfourmen I Imen
men have been sentenced sntenced for contempt contemptof t tof
of court cout in committing omiUng o o conniving comd ng at atelection a aelection
election frauds fraudsCOURT frads fradsCOURT S
COURT COURTMARTIALWILL MARTIAL V WILL WILLRESULT ILL ILLRESULT S
Sr
RESULT FROM F OfINQUIRY OfINQUIRYWashington INQUIRY INQUIRYWashington INQUIRTashjigtOn r
Washington Jan 19 19Courtmartal 19CourtmartalIloceedings 19Courtmartia 19Courtmartiaproceedings Courtmartial
proceedings Iloceedings against certain cerain officers ofcer of ofthe o
the th supply ship Culgoa Culgo now cruising crulin in hi hithe ii iithe I
the southwest Indies Indies are to be insti instituted int
tuted by the navy department it i itid is i C
said sid id as a result of the recent investiga investigaUon invetg
Uon ton by b a a naval court of inquiry of the thecollision thecolsion tb tbcollision C
collision colsion between the Culgoa and ad the themerchant th4 8 8merchant
merchant schooner shooner Wilson Wlso and a1 ai Hunt Hunting Hunting Huntlag
ing off of Barnegat N J last la November NovemberThe Novembe NovemberThe
The collision colslon resulted resuled In the tle total loss Ionof s
of the merchantman merchatn and the drown drowning drwn drwning
ing of the captain and lila is wie wife and two twomembers tw >
members of the crew Action Actin by bv the thenavy thenly tb tbnavy B
navy nly department is suspended pending pendingthe p pendinthe dln dlnthe J
the return of the Culgoa CUloa to the United UnitedStates UnUedSttes I It 1
States Sttes Lieutenant Commander Robert RobertM Robrt RobrtI t
M I Doyle Is in command of the th vessel vessl vesslc vesselVILLARDS 1
c C CVILLARDS
VILLARDSDAUGHTER VILLARDSDAUGHTERFAILS VILLARDS DAUGHTER DAUGHTERFAILS
FAILS FAILSTO TO O BREAK BREAKWILl WILL WILLNew WILLNew I I
New York Jan 19 19B 19By By a decision decisionhanded decisin decisinbanded decisiohanded n
handed down at White Whie Plains today todaySupreme t da ay aySupreme y ySupreme
Supreme Justice Justce Keough eough has bs sue sustained suetainOd ¬
tained taine the demurrer of the thedfeDnts thedfeDntsIn defendants defendantsin Sr S
in the suit suit brought by b Mrs Irs James Jame W WBell W WBell r rBel T
Bell Bel to upset the will wI of her bel father the thelate the1ate th elate e
late Henry Henr VHlord Ylard The defendants defendantscomprise defendats defendatsI a acomprise
comprise Mrs Henry Henr Villard VillardHorace VmatdHorace 1 1Horace
Horace White Whie and Charles Chales A Spofford Spoffordwho Spoffor I Iwho
I who are the executors executor of the will wil Har Harold Haiold
old G Villard Viard and Oswald G Villard Vlard Vlardnpd i 1aid
and more than thirty bcneficiries bcnefieirie In Inthis in inthis 1 n nthis
this country and in Germany German among anion 0
them such 9h Insttutons institution as Harvard Harvarduniversity HarvarUniversity 2
university inherslt Columbia university universiy and andthe andthe an d dthe
the Metropolitan 1letropoltan Museum of Art ArtThe Arthe ArtThe
The he defendants defendnts contend that Mn MrsBell MnBeH C CBell F
Bell by consenting onsntng in writing writng to t the theprobate tl ue ueprobate e
probate of the will w1 in accepting aeceptnb the thelegacies the1egcies tt IC ICegacies c
legacies 1egcies and income incme given to t her under underit undeIt
it it and by failure falure to bring the suit suitwithin sui an anwithin
within wihln the statutory period of two twoyears toyeaI ta tayears
years yeaI had forfeited forfeied tho th right to at attack attack at attack I ¬
tack the will wl These contentions are aresustained iti re resustained c esustained
sustained by Justice Justce Keough KeoughAB3ZONA KeoughAONA KeoughABIZONA
AB3ZONA AONA PBOTESTS PBOTESTSPhoenix PROTESTs PBOTESTSPhoenix
Phoenix Phonix Arts Arz Jan 19 19Te 19The The Arizona Arizonalegislature AIzona AIzonalegslature ia ialegislature
legislature legslature today toay passed unanimously a 8
joint resolution rsoluton protesting protttn against a ent state statehood stathood ¬
hood wt with New Mexico In any an torso fot and anUpreferring andpreforng at atpreferring j
preferring preforng territorial teriorial c government gernment I forever foreverTWO foreverI r rc rTWO
TWO TO HEW NW PROVINCES PBOVnrCESOttawa POVC PROVINCESOttawa
Ottawa Otawa Canada Canada Jan 19 1I 19It It is under understood understo r rstood ¬
stood sto that tat tho autonomy bill bi now before beforeparliament bfre bfref bate ye yeC e
parliament will provide V for two OfSP P prav pravinces ro C
laces f to bo formed rJ from what h OfS OfSthe Is no nothe now nowthe roSW SW tf
the Northwest ortwest territory terltoQ Tbe Th dividing dhidng dividix is
line will run rn north md d south
lne w nr sut
THRONGS 1 H RON GSATTEN GSATTENINAUGURAL ATTENi ATTENiINAUGURAL ATTENINAUGURAL
INAUGURAL B BFunction BI BFuncton Bunction
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Function Functon F for Governor Sri BriForth SriForh BrForth
Forth Forh the Multitude MultitudePOLITICIANS Mulitude MultitudeOLITICIANS
6 6POlITiCIANS
POLITICIANS POlITiCIANS P IN INt INOFICR EV1DEI EV1DEIOFBICEBS EVIDEI EVIDEPPICFJBS
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OFBICEBS OFICR O PBOM PO PBO FT F DOUG DOTJGNBGIiECT DOUGEGLC DOUGNBGIEOT
NBGIiECT EGLC TO ATTEND
ATTE ATTEI ATTERoGI
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RoGI JGID i frinaiity JaUty wa was bill 3i 3ith tei teithe
1 1 the th grand d march at th thball >
ball bU In I the t salt alt al Uik Lkf Lakh Lakhight > Tlioa Tlioanight TII r rnlt
night nlt n TP T4 dancing floor 1om fl flie alh alhpi alhlc alhlcpi <
pi p ie for affairs of an Irthl rdin
pi alain > rljiIBry ry Y Yas i iwas W Wlas
was las w as found roud to bo b too t email SI1al i i iate t tu > t tdate T Tdate
date d ate all al Those th who ho resind d idIIr < sir I i iThe tn I < > L a aiLe
The T T iLe consequent lunt uimvoidiMo uimvoidiMonot U 11 vnill h1p h1p1ot <
not 1ot ti nt only on o the fl nr r but 1 in indeveN 1 ievctped h hdEVtIp
deveN dEVtIp d evctped p d that thost th e who v1i h att attfirst i I Iirat
first frt t social so function functionrnor funct in s b I 1 t trnr f fcrnor
rnor < Cutler were wert a y a ater ablt bl > II i lE P Pflttrf
II 1fnt flttrf cCU11f dMcLIi wj I u I iN
Nt N emarily r St srin 1i nlil 1 I I Icr 1 1ter
ter I cr the thebl bait broturh I iii 1 or I i i 1r I Iel > t tber
ber t el r of persons p on ot of Ilt Ii I thn l o orinl C c cttI
rinl r ttI promiiienr kroininenriate
cjd rlren M i MS I s slatt f ftate
> ii tate latt were we represented TEprtltltett repree te tehe > > rLnh rLnhthe tmh tmhtht
the tht t he legislature liglaturt aiu Hd otlu ot I ILakes
Lkes Lakes vrellkn wlknwn wellknown wn men nWlWEre n nwere v vwere <
were present prent in ruinbeis ruinbeisArzpy rU riiibiArtty 1bl 1bly
Arzpy y Officers Ofco Absent AbsentMember Abs AhsetMembeis < nt ntl1tlb
Member l1tlb of tlv t lii > governors vrn vrnew > f fnew t tnt
new nt n ew aervict i uniforms uni frm frmUU5 ii1 ii1us v vu
u UU5 us on onte onthe the float iua IHad < < th II n v vthe
the t he abeenctt of tii
a nq arniv arn fi fit i r rthe i ihe >
the t he fort for fortGvernor c cGovernor t
Governor GYrnr Cutler Cuttr td nd ndf hic hicof hi < >
of o f whom have bae i ot tt t tioini4i2ntiy h hpi 1 1polnty < >
pi polnty p ohiliienrty bfore before beftr the iPi pubii i i I IobJtsr A < ibjects r robjects
objects obJtsr o of 0 much im inter interrand r > si sigrand t tgrad
grand grad g rand march Inach ati all aiL l the lht iheoI1owed itn q I If u ufollowed
followed f < e Immediately Imm iatel afr a f t tUle 1 u 1 j jrille
rille rle r the governor took tok hi t tbbdtk p rj rja
a bl booth Which whch had bem bC1 vnr vnrth irv v vhe > r rthe
the t he east st side of the hali ha
th et hal vi e eguests 1 r rguests r rget
guests get wer were presented preent to 1 t the ini 1 ch chthe dtthe
the t he evening eveningThe eVein eveningThe
The spirit of informality JDformaIty tht t C r t t 1 1I Io
so I s o apparent appet early e7 in tHe tuemany vrvanf vrvanfmany Yfl1many
many of Ujoee toBe who had
u 110 2 2vening nii niievening nU
evening evnlg e dress dr to appear app on the doj dojfloor d dfor difloor
floor for forlh1lwa floorMusicwas x xaiustowas
aiustowas lh1lwa continuous ctuous throughou throughouevening thr ugh u uYening
evening e enlng Christeusens Chrers orchestra orhp ra a pi pithe pIthe p1he
the t tt he dance dace numbers nubr and ad during dU 1u i ng ig th thtermissions thttrmisis thermissions
j termissions ttrmisis t the te Utah Uta State Stal band I rd rdProfessor it itProfessor f fProfesr
Professor Profesr Anton Aton Pederseri Pede sen plo vI vIld jlned 3 3ried
ned ld airs airsThe a airsThe
The supper sup tabJea tbe were WErp werethe iirra iirrathe 1 ra rathe
the green gen room r at the back baC1 baIwhere > f fwher s swhere
where wher those tho who had hd not staler stalerhome staI sae saehome pr prheme
home early earl were wet Uer served after at t r 11 HThe 1 i i iThe > v vThe
Bne afer
The lower floor for of the te theater theaterthronged thatf r rthronged
thronged t during dnrlnt duringthe the he even evening ins inK Th Thbalcony Thblcny T Tbalcony
balcony blcny was ws utilized utUIz by many m < I as ascation ascaton a acation
cation caton from fom which whJb to view Y eW tb dm dmbelow d31 d31low 1u 1ubelow
below low The second seond balcony b1on which whichopened a hkh hkhopene hihopened
opened opene to the public pub at a charge chargefor cbart1 ii drgP drgPfor
for each eah admission adon was only part partfilled pa par parfilled
filled filledCommitteemen f1ed f1edCommittee filledCommitteemen
Committeemen Committee of the Y Yung Yu unp g 1
Republc Republican club cub under whose whose d < 1irp 1irpthe iifthe jp jpthc
the ball I was given gven expressed exp sEt satt satttion 5 au aulion < t
lion on with th the ramii rt of their teir labors laborsProgramme laoo laooPgmme laoc laocProgramme
Programme Pgmme of the te Evening EveningThe Evnng EvnngTJe Eveuingofthe
The TJe da d ginj Q uBvQiil pro3 pro3of PrJ
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Selection Seton hn II Trovatorp TrY3tI Tm rf rfi
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Gavotte GtTotte Beaumuriv BeaumurivFackeltanz BeaumarjTwo RuaumrTwo
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Fackeltanz Fakeltanz FakeltanzS FackeltanzLanceraqs
6 Lancers Lanceraqs U Arni ArniIntrmeazo
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7 Wat WitzAiidalusia WitzAiidalusiaCaprice Waltz Andalusia AndalusiaCaprice Adw
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9 Wat WaltzKrolFs Waltz Kroirs Krlrs Ball Bl KIaen KIuenp KLngeuSelection e
Selection Seleti OffenbaihlHra OffenbaihlHrawo Offenbhlafa OffenbhlafaTo Otfehl1 5
10 To Two wo Step SteSpr StepSemper Semper Fiiiiis FiiiiisSelection Fili FiliSeletio F s sSelection
Selection Seletio Broadway Brway ID It e eU Tokio Tokio
U National Natio a Quadrille
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12 WaltziBma wtmI1 Waltz TBlie Danube DanubeIdyll Dub DanubeIdyll
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13 13 Two Step Stepale StepYale Yal Booln BoolnSextett Bool B l t tSextette
Sextett Settt from fm Iuia 13 I
14 14 WaltzRevenie WaltzRevenieRu4an Waltz a1zevee Reverie
a1zeveena na Ru4an Dae Dane DaneTwo >
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r Descriptive Dlsve > Mill Ml in the th t Fon 1orpt Fuirut f
IS 1 Virginia Virinia Re ReL ReLCamp Reel ReelCampaign L LCampaign
Campaign Gall GaJn Ga GaWaltzKaurfmans
17 1 WaltzKaurfmans Waltrmns Waltz Kaurfmans Camp < Cosmo Ca1 ts o Ta Ta Tan TanA m mA
A Cautevan evn Bpiilode Et < asis ais taus tausIS
18 1 Two St SeJD SteDeed jHr > eed of the th Pn PnUtah PnUth y yUtah
Utah Uth Republlcars RevbUcars RepuhIireIs
12 1 WatUHyel Waitrtiyneai Waltz Hymeneal Son Sng S ng ngIdyH pp ppIdyll
Idyll Longing for Home Hor JirmpMedley5
30 Xedl XedlThe Medley5 Medley5The Medley MedleyThe Lgn
The floor foor committee emmU wa W made TJ TJfollows 1 1foUos i ifollows
follows Job P Lyon L1n J 1 AVash ash Y YD yD YD >
D H Peery Pee W H Farns Frswor Farnswtrth worth h J JGarrett JGarrett JGarrett
Garrett Garrett Howard Howar A King James JnH > < A Agebretsen Agebretn Agebretsen
gebretsen gebretn W H Folland Foland Harry Har s sderson i idemon
derson Joseph osph T McKnight McK11igtt J Jnu M MKiussen Mms
Kiussen nu ms en X P Palmer Per Clarence C1arcnceJ Coi CoiJ
lj ljJ
I J C Barthel E M Allison Alii Alik fl jr jrThe JrThe JrThe
The executive ex tlYe commit commith commitite ue of the Y TMens YMens YMens
j Mens Republican Republcn dub cub in charge chaf of ofball ofbl ofball
ball bl consisted coit x of > f J I 1 Ii May pre p dT di diJ d dS
J J 3 Greenewald GeeWd C S Buckvra1 Buckvra1Horace Buckva BuckvaHorce BuckvaHorace
Horace Horce H H Smith Smih W L 1 Dunn Dun G GBackman GBakan GBacknian
Backman Bakan T A A Calllster Clstfr J M 11 11mn Mman E Eman
man mn Arthur Arthu E E Graham Gram GramCO GrahamCOLORS
CO COLORS R POMAT POMATTaefu PBZEDtThIThTATE PBZEDtThIThTATETasteful
Tasteful Taefu Arrangement Aget Adds Add to toCTeneral toGer toGeneral
General Ger Tone ToneThe ToneTe ToneThe
The Te national ntB colors clo greeted gttd th tbeverhere Uieverywhere
everywhere everhere In the decorations dfrtQn decoratinsportraits T Tportraits Tprtrit
portraits prtrit of Roosevelt Rov lt and Fair Fairwee Fi r rwere
were wee at a the t extreme etme back back or < r thf thf tb st 5ta atand
and a directly dirty opposite on a a raised rl rlfor radform j
form for was wa the t opte orchestra orhestra Behind Behindlatter B Itebrudlatter hmd hmdlate
latter late and ad rising ria to t the wall val w1th vitlxin aitiafirst vitlxinfirst
first frst circle cIrle sat s the te Utah Lta State Stte band bandder bad badder handder
der the te leadership leadeip of Anton Anton Pedcr Pedcrfurnishing1 Pedefurihig Pthrfurnishing
furnishing furihig promenade promne and ad concert Cncer s stlons son aIjons
tlons on between btwen the t dances daces Oombi Oombithis om ° m mthis i
this thi made mad a total to of fortytwo pieces piecestha pieceS pieceStho piecstile
tile grand march marchSuspended marchSuspended
ma
Suspended Suspne g from frm above abve was wa an a Amrr Acr Acrfag Lmc r rflag
flag fag 24 4 by Y IS 1 feet fet in dimensions dmensions a i d dof dot 1 1of
of almost amt equally euly Imposing Impsin prop propwas pr prwa prpwas
was wa draped dr around aund tha musicians musiciansform musidanform musiclai musiclaiform
form form Bunting Buntn in long graceful geul tost tosthung fAt fAthu to tohung
hung hu from fm the te center cete of the thE ceiiir ceiiirthe cci ccithe eiil
the sides sIde of the the main man part pat of thtorium tn tLtoriuni
torium and ad bunting buntng entwined entwine cacti cac h r ran i iSlId
and an concealed cncE the front frnt of eaii eaiiabove ea eaabvo caabove
above abvo the te dress dr circle crle Five ttur tturyardsof thua tt ttyards
yardsof yards a of bunting bunting Jn the te national r rwere rwere c cwere
were used u In this thi work and ad JnnumfT JnnumfTflags Innumfa in u i um umflags
flags a were draped drp around arUSd the t hI rri rristalls r r rstalls
j stalls sal in which whIch were seated sate the te goi g gand i 1and
i and his hi staff stt stafEach
Bach Eh of the proscenium pelum boxes tvaa tvaaered a aed 13 13ere <
ered ere ed with a flashansinK fa flag hagin hanging In fviS f01sthe t tthe
the frmt front and a geat great flag spnarat spnarats SPI4rsstage
stage s ge proper prper from the te auditorium aUdtor1lm auditori Im
At A the to rear rea where we the th supper supperserved mppersere i pper pperserved
served sere long lnt tables tlt extending etendn thr thr th thof J
of the stage stge and others other in th t sroom b n nrm
room showed simple decorations decorationsc
rm she dertons dertonsand
and fern fer and ad mpo to the t right rght or tr tra f t ta
a room rom was wa arranged age for the vsr a T
the men menDescpton menSOME men
SOME OF TTTP TBPCOSTtV TBPCOSTtVDescription COSTTT
Description Descpton of Gowns G GownsGrand IT ITGrand NGrd
Grand Grd GrdMr SSsc SSscSirs MnMrs
Sirs Mr Cutler Cuter 1ed e ed 3 the thetho u uthe S Sthe <
the governor goveror She woj wojgown wo wogov wotrimmed
gown gov trimmed trmme with withA wit witlA
A bertha of passey paerke passer passeryoke
yoke ke and la lare lao e r fmlng Iniing < j
ming Among AmODJ tli tlitumes Utme ti titumos
tumes tme were e the theMrs te teMr tileMrs
Mrs Mr J 3 M l Bow Bowwith Bowwith Powwith
with trimmings trmming trimmIiiSMh 1 1Miss
Miss ls Mh Mabel Mabelnd abf irj 4
nel nd Josph Joseph Get Getit Jeoa Q Qrw
a row rw of f rink pinl rinkbodice
bodice balce J
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