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f oi Tilt THE T HE r SALT SA LT IVLAKE I k t1 t1r r J j KE H HERALD E Rl j D I WEATHEK wEA LAST LASTED Part Partly cloudy FQBa POB EDITION EDITIONESTABLISHED local SA1T T = rON rONk snow snowSilver IASE IASEPart TAIq <
t I HERA HEFPLD JD Silver < 0c c per ounce
Copper opper Coasting 1Ute H HI 5
wwww ESTABLISHED JUNE 6 1870 SALT LAKE L CITY UTAH THURSDAY FEB Lead er1 in ore Qr 5330 OO New ew Yok
THVRSDAYp B 2 1905 PRICE FIVE CENTS 460 1
GREAT SPEECH BY BYSENATOR BYSENATOR BYSENATOR
SENATOR CLARK CLARKMontana CLARKMontana CLARKIlontana
Montana Statesman Advocates Sep Separate Separatc Separate ¬
arate Statehood StatehoodPLEA StatehoodPLEA StatehoodPLEA
PLEA FOR THE TERRITORIES TERRITORIESREMARKS TERRITORIESREMARKS ES ESREMARKS
REMARKS GIVEN THE CLOSEST CLOSESTATTENTION C CLOSESTATTENTION 05EST 05ESTATTENTION
ATTENTION ATTENTIONSpecial ATTENTIONSpecial ATTENTIONSpecial
Special to U The Herald HeraldASHINGTON H ratd ratdW rakIASHING1ON
ASHINGTON Feb L LScnatQr Senator Clark Clarkaf ClarkoJ ClarkV
W V V af Montana made a notable speech speechin peecflin
in the th senate lIen te today todR on the stale staleIvod stalehod stateb
Ivod b oct question Recent speeches on the thestatehood thesfathO thCfathnid
statehood sfathO l bin have not attracted much muchattention muchnUlltJon fliuchatteution
attention but that of Senator Clark to today todav today ¬
day was wa closely followed by all of the themembers thempmb themembers
members mpmb > r8 on the the Democratic side of the theliamber thehamlJfr theharnter
< liamber ami l by y a large number ol Re Reimblicnn HeI1JhllcAn Reiiihllean
imblicnn members At the close of his bisi hi hi1rmarks hisremarks
i remarks r mark Senator Clark was warmly warmlycongratulated warmlYengrattIiated arml armlnn
congratulated nn ratulated l by y his fellow senators senato and andTeller andTllr antiTelfrr
Teller the veteran orator on the Demo Democratic Demoratlt Demotratte ¬
cratic ratlt side said It was the best speech speechthat tWccchthat apeeelithat
that had been delivered on the statehood statehoodquestion statbhoodquestion statehoOdque8tlon
question In part Senator Clark saJdjS saJdjSJoint sa1 sa1Joint saIU saIUJoint
Joint Statehood Injurious InjuriousHaving InjuriousHavln InjuriousJIaving
Having Havln an Intimate knowledge and ac acquaintance alClualntancc acI ¬
quaintance I with two territories Involved Involvedthat Involvcdthat Involvedthat
that Is to say Arizona and New N < < w Mexico Mexicoby llexlcob
by b reason of large Industrial and mining mininginterests mlnln1r miningInterests
interests 1r In both of them I feel I would wouldlip would1w wouldh
lip h derelict d > rJct In my duty dut to the people of ofihese ofihese
ihese 1 hs territories and also as I firmly firmlyItelleve firmlybelieve
believe 1 > IIve to the Interest of this govern government gocrnmfnt governinnt ¬
ment and country countr at large were I to tort toTt toTi
rt main silent I > when an attempt Is being beingmade beintmad be1n be1nmade
made as I Interpret the th meaning and andsignificance andFJ andeguiflcane
significance FJ l1lrlcancc of thin bill to inflict great greatinjury greatinjury greatInjury
injury upon at least two of these terri territories terrltorlls terntories ¬
tories which will bo Irreparable IrreparableOklahoma Irre1 IrreparableOklahoma > arable arableOklahoma
Oklahoma and Indian Territory TerritoryI
I never vIsited Y181 d Oklahoma and Indian Indianterritory Indiantrrrttor Indiantrrnttory
territory trrrttor with aview a 1 ow to studying their theirconditions theirondltlons theirvondltlons
conditions or possibilities but I am told toldboth toldc toldboib
c both bnt It are prosperous and prepared for forstatehood torttatehood forstatehood
statehood I learn further Mr Presi President Presldfnt President ¬
dent that each of these territories has hasa hast
14 a t population approaching close to half halfa halfV
V a million of people which is Increasing Increasingery
tery ery ryo rapidly particularly In Oklahoma OklahomaBoth OklnJ1omunth Ok1aomaBrth
Both territories contain large areas ar as of offertile orfprtllfl of1ertil
fertile agricultural land and ample amplestreams ampletnrfIRms amplestrPms
streams of running water and are fa favored fared a aorfd ¬
vored orfd red with sufficient surn lont rainfall to preclude precludethr
thr 1h necessity of Irrigation I will say saytills sayt saythis
tills t r I much with reference to these two twot tworritorieS
t rritories that they thc are both undoubted undoubtedly ¬
ly i entitled to statehood admission and If Ifh IfI
11 I is i the desire of these people separately separatelypresscd separatolyprNBed separatelypreseed
< presscd to be thus admitted they theyshould th theysitUld y yslmuld
should scornfully protest against tho thoattempt tho1tempt thettmpt
attempt < < to consolidate them intoono intoonosate Into intoonoslate ono onoSTate
sate From the best Information I can canobtain can1otaln cantta1tt
obtain < I fully believe bell eye that S5 SZ per cent centof centIf
of If the people of Indian territory terrltor are In Inlavor inlaol Inlavor
lavor of statehood for themselves and andfurther andiurther andiiirther
further that a great majority of the thejrople thelfnple theople
jrople ople of Oklahoma entertain the sjame sjameopinion ame amepinlon me me1Inlon
opinion < ts to that territory territoryShould territoryShould territoryShould
Should Be Admitted AdmittedTf
Tf therefore thefe th e territories or orth orJUwr orthr
< JUwr th r of them are of their own volition volitionknocking volitionJinokil1f volition1noekIng
knocking at the door of congress seeking seekingj seekin seekinflmls aeekinlmlsaton
j flmls i mission wn into the union of states I cajTfc cal cajT etjIs >
fc 2 s E no good reason why their request requestshould requtjt
should not be granted grantedI
1 would consider that an expressed expressedv exprcs expressesu c < 1 1h
v u ish h on the th part ot these people in both bothterritories bothrrltorte bothtirritontea
territories rrltorte < l for joint or separate statehood statehoodh
1 < ib < h speaking for themselves alonet alonehuId alone aloneHiouid
Hiouid t be b deemed necessary necemmr as an ab abs abIuh
s 5 Iuh Nt 1t < condition precedent to any action actionn
411 < < n the part of congress and my vote will wIllcast
TV cast at strictly In accordance with this thisthtory thisu
thtory 1 u tory so far faras as these two territories are aretoinerned areIJ arectiirrned
toinerned toinernedNow ctiirrnedNow IJ rned rnedow
Now ow Mr 1 > 11 President I will leave these
two territories to work qut their own owndestinies owndstiule8 owndestiuIe
destinies promising them my cordial cordialsupport cordialISlIll cordialsupport
support ISlIll > ort In every effort they the may ma make maketo maketo
to reach the thcolll goal of statehood statehoodArizona stntehoodArizona statehoodArizonaand
Arizona Arizonaand and New Mexico MexicoThe MexicoTh MexicoThe
The Th other proposition Involved In this thisDili thisb11 thisbil
Dili is s to couple the two great territories territoriesi
< i 1 Arizona and New Mexico exlco and make makelhm
1 111 lhm Ivm < m one sovereign state To this scheme
I r im unalterably unalternbl and emphatically op opposed oplosdo ¬
posed Senator Clark then pointed out outii outil
ii il il i forceful manner the claims of ArJ ArJi ArJno An Anna
i na and New Mexico to be admitted admittedindependent admittedildependoot admittedtdependont
independent of each other as separate separatetats separateMatrs separatetats
tats He gave gln an interesting historical historicalIT historical1Iw historicalIrview
IT 1Iw view of New Mexico and Arizona and andoi andci
oi the efforts which had been made for formany tor11al1Y or oratiy
many atiy years to obtain statehood for New NewMexico NewIfxio IewMexico
Mexico He presented the resources and andp
p 1 oductions of the territories in a man manjur manu
jur u r which attracted attention and point pointtf
tf C i out clearly that each was is capable of ofuuatchood oruHatthood ofsiathood
uuatchood He alluded to the disadvan disadvantages dbadan13Jes disadvanlage ¬
tages of territorial lorms of government governmentrd
I nd rd d said he was of the opinion that the thetm thet thetm
tm t m had come when with the possible possiblex possibleEXption poesiblexeption
EXption x < eptlon of Alaska territorial govern governzncnts govemmntl governmenve
zncnts should be eliminated and the re remaining remaining remaintng
maining territories made states Sena Sanat Senatr SenaL
L t tr r Clark then called attention to rea reaF reafpnJ rearns
F fpnJ < > ns why New w Mexico and Arizona Arizonashould ArJzonaEhoUld Arizonahouid
should not no joined b1ea in a a single state stateArizonas stateArizona staterl
rl AnizonasjGreat Arizona sGreat Great Work WorkArizona Workrizona WorkI
I Arizona rizona under tts s enabling act as a ter territory terntorr terJ ¬
J ritory has devoted its energies to the for formation formation forat1on ¬
mation at1on of a model government in the es establishment establishment ostablishment ¬
tablishment of territorial institutions to totho toth tothe
the th building up of an admirable school schoolnjstem tichoolt schooltstein
t njstem stfl adapted to its own conditions and andrequirements anaTluirements antirqulrements
requirements for the education of Its Itschildren itshildrcn itschildren
children to the adoption ado1 > tlon of a cede ccd and andthe and1td adI
the I ie enactment C of appropriate P legislation legislationatd u utl1talh
1td 1tdC ft IJ t sIet1 Iet1
atd Mr President conditions s there are aretotally aretritally
totally different from those which exist existin existI existIt
in I I New N w Mexico where the dominating dominatingp dominatingIulatldn dominatingIpulatidn
p Ipulatidn r ulatkm > is of Mexican origin In every everyrrspect everyn everyrespect
respect n < p d dissimilar dls lmilar in habits customs customslaws customsIdwf customslaw
laws language religion and traditions traditionsNew tradltlonsNew tradittonsNew
New Mexico Also Deserving DeservingT
T desire d lrc it to be distinctly understood
tli tl1at < t 1 do tb not intend to draw any an invid invidt ¬
t ious 101 comparisons as between the inhabit inhabitant Inh inhabitaiits bit bitant ¬
ant aiits of these respective territories The Theptf Thepptf
1 pptf > < < ptf ofNew or New Mexico 1 > are Intelligent In IndustriouH Indllslrious indusLnious
dustriouH and lawabiding and arc 111 equal
H J deserving of separate statehood and andon andn anden
on n this basis my appeal ap al for that territory
Is 11 1 > equally t > as a earnest as for Arizona Ari Arizona Arlznna Ar Aranna ¬
anna has however built up certain con conclilfons condiUn eondiLflS
clilfons adapted to Its own needs nee s and re requirements rejII noiuirtmeflts ¬
quirements jII Nmcnts and hence I ask Mr lr Presi President PrCIIIdnt Prcsileaf ¬
dent would it be fair or just to ask it to toiPiirrlfire toFd to5drifiee
iPiirrlfire Fd < rifkn tho work ork of nearly half a cen century cent centur ¬
tury t tur ury and share Its hardearned hardO rnec1 advan advantngfs advanwith advantigts
tngfs with others without adequate com compcnsatlon eom10atlon1 cornprnatIon
pcnsatlon Mr President Pro ldent these two ter territories torrltl1ris lernitonies ¬
ritories are almost as widely different ditCcrentathe as asthe asthe
the antiDodee antiDodeeDiverse anUDodcsDiverse anthodceDiverse
Diverse Conditions ConditionsLying ConditionsLying ConditionsLying
Lying on opposite sides of of the great greatcontinental greatecntinental
continental < divide topography geology geolo geoloclimate I
climate and resources are dissimilar dissimilarIn dI5 nmllor nmllorIn
In New Mexico while there are valu valuable valuable valeable ¬
able mines of precious metals and the thepeople thepeople
people ople arc largely engaged In coal min mlng mm ¬
ing g agriculture and pastoral pursuits in inArizona inArjzona InArizona I
Arizona agriculture stock raising and andtrultgrowinG
fruit trultgrowinG growing are largely JarGelypur pursued uod but I Ijt8
HH greatest industry is the mining of sil silver au aurer ¬
ver rer I gold and copper ores and the tb reduc reduction reductn reducton ¬
ton of the same samePeople samePeople samePeople
People so absolutely separated eparat as oj these
by natural barriers and with such diverse diversepursuits dler dlveepursuits e epursuUs
pursuits and proclivities should have sep separate 0 0rate J JIrate ¬
Irate rate state governments It is absolutely absolutelyimpossible ab801utel1mposslble absolutelyimpossible
impossible to harmonize these interests interestsin
in l either < the enactment of laws or ex exution eXtqUon exe exeution >
< ution or the same with any an semblance semblanceof
of justice to all allConsent allConsent allConsent
Consent of the Governed GovernedMr
Mr lr President I think it Is F enepilly enepillycrncded nerally nerallycontcded JOrallYCfmded
contcded by all fairminded mon who ap appreciate appredate appretiate ¬
predate the blessing of a republican form forml
1 01 l of If < f government that the consent of the thagoverned thoglvrrnetl j
p should always be resoacted
governed 1 j jstance Isubmit i
submit then whether or not In this in instance J I
stance we should ascertain the wfobes wJ be of oftTif ortn ofth
tTif tn people of thoso respective repectlvcttrTit r0pectIvOternitnles r0pectIvOternitnlesaud tcrritdVles tcrritdVlesand ries ries31rJ
and onco obtained whether or not we weshould Weshnuld weshnuld
shnuld bo governed by the same In then thendisposition the thedisposition thedpos1tion J
disposition of this measure measureSpeaking tneasurepak1nS measureSpeaking
Speaking of Arizonas resource rcsour e Mr MrClark MrClark MrClark
Clark said
Arizonas Resources ResourcesAt Resources0At s sAt
At least 760000 acres in Arizona are areeasily are4al1y areeauiy
easily available for Irrigation and nd that thatarea thatar thatarea
area ar < > a owing to tho uparalleled > d fertility f rtUity of ofthe ofthe
the th soil will sustain a population l > or ofthreequartors ort orthreequartetS t
threequartors t hreeQuar ors of a million people This ThisIs ThisSs ThisIs
Is however a matter of secondary im importance Jmorlance lmportanCe ¬
portance Tho mountains of Arizona aro aroliterally areliterally
literally ntrall Impregnated with flh valuable va lunb 10 mnr mnreral fnf fnfera1 iniera
eral era deposits andmlnlng an lnlnb Is tho pti ptiIndustry purarnotin parainoDntj parainoDntjIndustry c cSndustry
Industry there Now ow only on onlyin In n t tContinued thCW tluoiijlContiiiuCd I IContlnu
Continued d on Page 2
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FOUR FOU SENATORS SENATORSUNDER SENATORSUNDER SENATORSUNDER
UNDER CHARGES CHARGESBribery
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Bribery Scandal in the California CaliforniaI CaliforniaLegislature
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j I Legislature LegislatureINVESTIGATION LegislatureINVESTIGATION
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INVESTIGATION GOING ON ONITESTIMONY ONT ONTESTIMONY
ITESTIMONY T TESTIMONY OF THE MAN WHO WHOSET WHO WHOSET WHOSET
SET THE TH E TRAP TRAPSACRAMENTO TRAPSACRAMENTO TRAPCal
Cal Feb 1 1Ordi 1Ordiany Ordin Ordinary OrdrJ1ary ¬
SACRAMENTO
ary legislation at the capitol Js Jsstill JssUIi Isstill
still overshadowed by the bribery briberyscandal briberycandal briberyscandal
scandal involving Senators Emmons EmmousFrench EmmonsFrcnh EmmonsFrench
French Bunkers and Wright Joseph JosephSx JosephS
Sx S Jordan who is accused of having havingpassed hayingpassed havingpassed
passed the th money to the senators was wascompelled wasrompolled wascompelled
compelled to spend the night in jail jaildespite jaIldespite
despite the efforts of his friends to se seeure seure soeuro
euro ure his release on bail Up to the thepresent thepresent thepresent
present time he has been merely held heldon heldon heldon
on suspicion but formal charges charc s will
be tiled against him himThomas himThomas himThomas
Thomas V Cator one of o the counsel counselfor counse1lor counselfor
for the accused senators stated today
that an effort would be made by the thedefense thedefense thedefense
defense to show that the money was wasnever wasncver wasnever
never passed to those suspected of oftaking oftakinG oftaking
taking it
Inquiry Begun BegunAt
At 220 p m the inquiry of bribery briberyagaipst bribezyagainst orlberyagainst
against the four our state senators was wa W 5 re reopened r ropened ropened ¬
opened in the senate chamber Gavin GavinMcNab GalnMcNab
McNab who first addressed the court courtof cou courtof t tof
of Inquiry Inqul stated that th t he had had a aconference aconference aconference
conference with the accused senators senatorsand schatorsand sehatorsanti
and on their behalf asked that the rule ruleallowing ruleallowing ruleallowing
allowing but one of their counsel to toconduct toconduct toconduct
conduct the questioning be reversed reversedThis reversedrhls
This was granted on motion of Sea Senator Seuator Seaator ¬
ator Simpson of the committee of in inquiry inquiry inquiry ¬
quiry McNab was then cross ex examined cxamtned oxamined ¬
amined by byAttorney Attorney Thomas V Cator Catorof Caterof
of the defense defenseWhat defenseWht defenseWhat
What was wa your motive in trapping trappiithe trappi g
the senators asked Cator CatorJust CatorJust CatorJust
Just the same incenthe as you youwould youwould OU OUwould
would have in catching the th incendiary incendiarywho Jncendiarwho Incendiarywho
who would make an attempt to burn burnyour burnyour burnyour
your home answered McNab McNabIn
In answer to aseries 0 series of questions questionsMcXab questionsMcNab questionsMcNab
McNab stated that an auditing auditin com company companJ cornpany ¬
pany had been employed by b outsiders outsiderstodnspect outsidersto
todnspect to Inspect the books ofthe of the theContinental theContinentalcompany Continental Continentalcompany l lcompany
company and had found them to be besound besound besound
sound
Wanted to Trap Them ThemWhy ThemWhY ThemWliy
Why was it then that you did not notcourt notcourt notcourt
court an investigation by the senate senatecommittee senatecommittee senatecommIttee
committee instead of resorting to the thebribery thebribery thebrIbery
bribery scheme schemeBecause schemeBecause schemeBecause
Because we wanted to trap the theblackmailers theblackmailers theblackmailers
blackmailers answered McNab McNabWho 1IeNabTho MeNabWTho
Who Tho was It suggested the employ employment emploJment employment ¬
ment of Moses Helnz aelnz and George N NTichnor NTJchnor
Tichnor in the detective d tective work to trap
Jordan and the senators senatorsI
I did
What instructions were given to toTichnor toTlchnor
Tichnor when he left San Francisco FranciscoMy Franclscoly FranciscoMy
My instructions were to identify
the senators with the acceptance of ofmoney ofmoney ofmoney
money said McNab McNabI
I was positive in my instructions instructionsthat instructionsthat
that Joseph Jordan was not to be bemade bemade bemade
made the only person held responsi ¬
ble he added addedThe addedThe addedThe
The testimony of other witnesses witnessesthis witnessesthis witnessesthis
this afternoon was corroborative of ofthat ofthat
that previously given givenJORDAN givenJORDAN givenJORDAN
JORDAN MAY CONFESS CONFESSEffort CONFESSEffort CONFESSEffort
Effort to Make the Alleged Agent AgentScapegoat a aScapegoat 1 1Scapegoat
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Scapegoat ScapegoatSacramento ScapegoatSacramento ScapegoatSacramento
Sacramento Cal Feb 1 1A5 As one out outcome outcome outcome ¬
come of the bribery scandal In the state
legislature Joseph S Jordan the al ¬
leged agent of the accused senators senatorswas senatorsa5 senatorswas
was a5 this afternoon formally charged chargedwith chargedwith chargedwith
with felony felon The specific charge is that
he obtained 1650 1 50 from George N Tich Tichenor TIchenor Tichonor
enor on the representation that he hewould hewould hewould
would improperly influence the action actionand actionand actionand
and votes of Senators Bunkers French
Wright and Emmons in the investiga ¬
tion of building and loan societies The Theproceeding Theproceeding Theproceeding
proceeding against ag lnst Jordan was insti instituted ¬
tuted at the instigation of District At ¬
torney torne Seymour of f Sacramento county
who unexpectedly entered the case and
his appearance in the matter is said to
have caused considerable agitation agitationamong agitationamong agitationamong
among the men under suspicion suspicionThere suspicionThere
There are rumors that Jordan has hasmade hasmade hasmacic
made a confession confe slon to Seymour Se tIOur or in ¬
tends doing doln so It has been represent represented ¬
ed to the prisoner that he is to be made
the scapegoat of the scandal and that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the legislators under suspicion will de declare declare tiedare ¬
clare dare he was merely merel a bunco b nco operator operatorworking operatorworking operatorworking
working with their names as his capi cap ¬
tal talThe
The investigating committee of the thesenate thosenate thesenate
senate resumed Its session this after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon and heard a number of witnesses witnesseswhose witnesseswhose witnesseswhose
whose testimony was corroborative of
that already given givenGOLD givene givenGOLD givenGOLD
e
GOLD ENGAGED FOR FOIL FOREXPORT
EXPORT TO EUROPE EUROPEXow
Now X < < n York Feb I ILazard Lazard Freree will willship willship willship
ship W08000 OOO in bold bars and SlTWCKK 3t 71m in inBold InJold ingold
Bold coin and the National City It bank
1508000 1 OOQOO in gold coin to Paris tomorrow
Some SOOOOO u additional dlllonRI gold coin oin has
been engaged at the subtreasury today toda
This makes the Jotal total engagement thus thusKiiKagemetus
Car Including gore bars 4OOOPG 4OOOPG1nagements t OIJIJ OIJIJEuragtntnts
KiiKagemetus of gold coin for shipment shipmenting
bv TnursdAvS Thursdays steamer Include the follow followi following
ing i g By B Goldman Sachs Co n 52000000 000000
Hofdelbach lakleheimer I Co J1000000
Royal Bank of Canada 1000000 11000000Philadelphia 1000000Philadelphia 1000000Philadelphia
Philadelphia Feb 1 1rh The Tradesman Trade man manatlonal
National bank of this tliI city has engaged ngagediOiOOO
ISOftOOO in gold coin oln for export to Paris ParisCOLD Parise ParisCOLD
e 4 4COLD
COLD WAVE SWEEPS SWEEPSOVER SWEEPSOVER SWEEPSOVER
OVER NORTHWEST NORTHWESTChicago
Chicago Feb b I IThe lThcmost The most severe cold coldaTe
wave aTe of the winter has overspread ovcr prcad the thenorthwest thenorthwest
northwest Points in North orth Dakota and andontnna
Montana ontnna today report 30 0 to 41 I degrees be
low zero z ro Five to S below z zero ro is pro
dieted for Chicago tonight
Reports from northwest soUitr oi1te today todaytures todn todnshow todayshow
show the following below zero tOnJpera tOnJperab
tures turesRodfleld b turesRoduleld I IRodC1eld
Rodfleld S D 45 Devils Lake N D
36 6 Miles City Mont 38 MoorhcnU Minn MinnSI nnn nnnM
SI St Paul 31 Duluth 21 I and LaCrogse JuCro se
WIs 15 18 18In 18In 18In
In some parts of Montana the mercury mercurywent mercurywent mercurywent
went to 44 below low zero zeroAt zeroAt zeroAt
At Omaha It is 6 below zero and at atDfia atD atDes
Des D Moines olnas S i > clow clowWOODCHOPPER clowWOODCHOPPER elowW000CHOPPERBADLY
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FROZENJN FROZEN IN MONTANA MONTANAMissoula
Missoula Mont Feb 1 1William Willlnm Me MeNalley McNallev le leNallfY
Nalley a laborer aged 28 s years is in the
hospital here so o badly frozen that am amputation amputatlon ¬
putatlon of both feet and ankle and hits hJ hJIQCt hisloft
loft arm rm is omperatlve MeNnlley M Nnne started sturwdfor startedfur
for Lolo Monday night to seek work as u uwood uood anood
wood ood choppen chorpcr He 1I had been bc > en drinking
for or several days but was suppofOd to be beable beble
able ble tft t care arc for himself When he hereached hfrC liereached I
reached rC cl1ed Lolo Lob he h became demented and andwandcrd afldwandered
wandered into the Bitter Root river As Assoon AsSOfn s sseen
soon as > he h reacheddeep reached 41 4leep > cp waterhe water hf swam swamand sWdmand snand
and landed on the th opposite oJ > Osltf bank The Thethermometer Thethtrmometer Thethermometer
thermometer flJtlster registered > d 5 below zero at atthe atthc itlh
the lh time tIn but McNalley lcNaJlc tramped around
in the brush calling for help h lp until 4 4oclock 4Qcloek 4oclock
oclock In Abe 1h morning mornln when w1en his cries crlosworn crJIswurn criesworn
worn Tic4rd fl HJ a rancher rllneh r who took him
IP U and an1otlfl notified d the authorities aU horIUos hero heroTh horoThere heroThsr
Th There ris ip btllttlq llttlo ilttlqbope hope hopeo of tho mans recov recovOLD recovery rocovcry
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OLD EMPLOYES PENSIONED PENSIONEDTecroKantInd PENSIONEDtr
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I tAtho u3 > Qy trHUJlpy plD of tno Vandalla aJ1duliaraltro railroad railroadv d
v 1l 7iia jgTlay a rCofth fcaJhcd d the t he age of C 70 years MIS was wasretired wasretIje4 as asret
retired ret red on life pension today
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MASS MEETINGS MEETINGSFOR MEETINGSFOR MEETINGSFOR
FOR FAIR PLAY PLAYColorado PLAYColorado PLAYColorado
Colorado People eople Doubt Integrity of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the legislature legislatureEXPERTS LegislatureEXPERTS LegislatureEXPERTS
EXPERTS PUT TO SHAME SHAMEBALLOT SHAMEBALLOT SHAMEBALLOT
BALLOT MARKED FRAUDULENT FRAUDULENTPROVED FRAUDULENTPROVED FRAUDULENTPROVED
PROVED GOOD GOODENVER GOODO GOODD
ENVER Colo Feb 1 1A A call has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
O been made madeby by labor organizations organizationsof orgal izations izationsot
of this thiscSty city for mass meetings of ofLiberty 0 0Liberty oLiberty
Liberty leagues throughout the state to todemand todemand todemand
demand fair play pl J for Governor Adams Adamsin
in the settlement of the contest insti instituted Instituted instituted ¬
tuted by b former Governor Peabody for forthe forthe forthe
the office of governor The Liberty Llb rty
leagues were organized during the late latecampaign latecampaign I Icampaign
campaign and their membership con consists consists conslats ¬
sists mainly of union workmen Sev Several Se Seeral Soeral ¬
eral labor unions have adopted resolu ¬
tions asking the legislature to discuss discussthe discussthe
the gubernatorial contest Resolutions Resolutionsadopted RefolutionadoPted Resolutionsadopted
adopted by the carpenters union of this thiscity thiscIty thiscity
city declare that the investigation beg beggars beggars beggars ¬
gars all description for falsehood and
baseless innuendoes perjury and cor corruption eorruption corruption ¬
ruption and is only intended to deceive deceivethe deceicthe deceivethe
the public by carrying out gigantic agigranticconspiracy a giganticconspiracy
conspiracy against the th people under undercover undercover undercover
cover of a righteous indignation against againstknown agalnstknown againstknown
known election practices practicesI practicesIDENTIFIED practicseIDENTIFIED
I IDENTIFIED HIS BALLOT BALLOTIt B 1LOT 1LOTIt
It Had Been Marked Fraudulent by bythe bythe bythe
the Experts ExpertsDenver ExpertsDenver ExpertsDenver
i Denver Colo Cob Feb 1 tThere There was a adramatic adramatic adramatic
dramatic scone this afternoon in the thecommittee thecommittee thecommittee
committee room where the gubernato gubernatorial g bernato bernatorial ¬
rial contest is being beln heard when Fred FredHummel FredHummel FredHurnnlel
Hummel who Is Democratic commit committeeman committeeman committeeman
teeman in precinct Eleven ward Seven Sevena
a a residence district identlfied ldentifledhls hls bal ballot balIQt ballot ¬
lot from a bunch tif < 5f f seventy or eighty eightywhich el eightywhich hty htywhich
which an expert had reported was wasfraudulent wasfraudulent wasfraudulent
fraudulent fraudulentMr
Mr Hummel gave the number of his hisballot hisballot hisballot
ballot and wrote the word Democrat Democratic ¬
ic as he had written it Win in the election electionballot electionbaUol electionballot
ballot ballotLook baUolLook ballotLook
Look over these ballots and andpk pck out outyours outJolIUrs outyours
yours said Attorney Ward for the thecontestants thecontestant thecontestants
contestants Mr rr Hummel began to toturn toturn toturn
turn over the th ballots rapidly scanning scanningeach scanningeach I Ieach
each The situation was tense and the thecommitteman theI theconunittceman
committeman conunltt eman and a11 < 1 spectators almost almostheld almosthCld almostheld
I held their th > ir breath as the large poster posterlike postcrballoUi posterlike
like ballots were turned turnedThis turnedThis turnedThis
This is my tn ballot said aid Mr Hum Hummel Hummel Hummel ¬
mel straightening up upThe upThe upThe
I The ballot was turned and nd on the re revere reverse
j I ver verse e side wasf was wasund und the numBar r which whichcorresponded whichcorresponded
corresponded to o that in the poll book bookSeveral bookSever bookSeveral
Several Sever 1 othtfr witnesses were on the thestand thestand I
stand but as the fiSjlIotR llIots from the pre precincts precincts procinets ¬
cincts in which they vote l were were not in inthe inthe I
the rorm ro m they were ere not croissexam croissexamIned crolsexami crolsexamToday crossexammed
med InedToday medToday i
Today marked the opening opemmingoof of Gov Governor Go Goernor Governor ¬
ernor Adajns side sid of the contest and andthe andthe andthe
the supreme court chamber where whercthe lere the thehearing thehearing
hearing hearln Is held tmekt was crowded crowdedBefore crowdedBefore
Before Before the th < > witnesses were examinedtoday examinedtoday examined xamlnedtod1y
today there was a long discussion on onseals onthe
the matter of proqedure Ino opening the thesealK theseals
seals on the theballota ballots It was finally finallyagreed 11nall finallyagreed
agreed that the ballots alleged aH sed to be befraudulent befraudulent befraudulent
fraudulent ballots ballotsS hould be turned turnedover turnedovOr turnedover
over to apeners P ners half of whom Iiom should shouldhalf shouldbe shouldbe
be appointed Iby bV U1e Dd d10crats pocrats and antihalf
half by the Republicans The Th open operters openers opeitera
ers will work in II grqutfs grqunstwo graurspf pf two one onefrom onefrom
from each oh partyunder party undcrl the eye Ve e of a awatcher awal awatcher
watcher wal < her appointed by the committee committeeand ennmltteesnit
and report port at subsequent sessions sessionsAt
At the t nirht I1lrhtsC5SloJ1 session of the committee committeeIt
a number of residents of precinct 11 ward
7 identified ball9ts included Inclu ed in the list listof listof listof
of those > declared to be fraudulent by Ex Expert E Ert Enpert ¬ I
pert rt Hanna as having been cast 38t by them themOn themOn
On crossexamination ero these th > E witnesses 4witnesseswere witnesseswere witnessosWcrC
were reauired to write for or comrarlson comrarlsonwith Q 0rlpurisOflwith rJwrlsol1with
with words appearing npJ urlng on ballots William Williamlumrof WilliamIlummel
Hummel lumrof > l Democratic judge of this pro proclnct proInct procinet
clnct teqtljledihut testified uhut he assisted assl lcd abo fif fifteen fifteen fitteen ¬
teen persons to preparethelr prep rcothflr ballots bl lIot5 and andthat andthat andthat
that about twentylive in all were ler < > aided aidedby ald aidedby d dby
by election officials He identified bal ¬
lots of ttyo t o persons assisted who were werepresent wereprefent werepresent
present as u witnesses but failed to sep separate separatE soparate ¬
arate any Others from the bunch declared declaredfraudulent deClaredfraudulent declaredfraudulent
fraudulent by thf th expert ex rt In tho precinct precinctIn precln t tIn
In question the th expert reported seventy
three ballots written in similar handwrit handwriting handwrltInJ handwritlag ¬
lag The ballot npt qpeners reported r on con considerable considerAble consldorpble ¬
siderable work assigned themand them Jmd the thechnlrraun thec theehlmm0n
chnlrraun c turned thdunssajed the pnaap1e1 ballots over oorto overto
to the sorgeantatarms cautioning him himto himto
to keep close watch upon them
SMOOTS NEW LAND LANDDIsTRICT DISTRICT BILL BILLUintah BILLUintah BILLUintah
Uintah Reservation Rese Reservationand vation and Uintah County Comprise the Proposed ProposedDistricf ProposedDisJricf ProposedDistri
Districf Distri f arid1he a and 1heLand Land Office Is to Be Located at ati atVernal atVernal atVernal
i
Vernal Uintah County
7Special
Specialto Special to Tho Herald HeraldJ HeraldWASHINGTON
I A J I ASHINGTON Feb 1 1Senator 1Senatormoot 1SenatorV Senator SenatorSmoot
WASHINGTON V V Smoot moot today introduced a a new newbill newbill newbill
bill establishing a land district districtin
in I n Utah along the lines recommended recommendedby rec mmended mmendedby
by the interior department His bill billprovides billprovides billprovides
provides that all that portion of the thestate thestate thestate
state of Utah included within the pres present present proseat ¬
ent boundaries of the Uintah Indian Indianreservation Indianreservation Indianreservation
reservation and Uintah county is con constituted eonstituted constituted ¬
stituted a a new land district to be
known as the Uintah land district dl rtct and
the land office shall be located lo ated at atis
Vernl Ulntah county Th The president presidents 1
is is i s authorized to appoint a register and andrecehrer andreceiver I Ireceiver
receiver for the new district to be paid I
the same compensation as officers of I
the land office at Salt Lake City This Thiss i
is i s similar to the Howell HoweJlbill bill excepting
that it establishes the land office at
Vernal Instead of Heber and cuts
Wasatch county out of the proposed I
district districtThe districtThe distrIctThe
The interior department endorses the thegeneral th thgeneral thegeneral
general features of the Howell bill but butfavors butfavors I I
favors Vernals Vern ls natural naturallocatlon location for the theand
land l office Instead of Heber In a let letter letter letter ¬ I
ter today to Senator Smoot the Interior
department says the objections to the
aCearns k01 K n land district bill which hleh was wasprevented wasprevented
prevented from passing the senate by bymoots b
Smoots moots objection are as follows followsThe followsThe
The description of the land district districtproposed dlsttictprQposed districtproposed
proposed by the bill is Imperfect as It Itgixes ItgJves itgives
gives the north boundary as the 41st 41ststandard 41ststandard
standard parallel when it was probably
intended to say the 41st degree north northlatitude northlatitude L Llatitude
latitude the west boundary is given as asthe asth asthe
the th lllth meridian which is a line not notmarked notmaJ1ked notmarked
marked on the ground and it would be beimpossible beimpossible beimpossible
impossible to determine in which land
district any land was which lay in Intlie Intlievicinity the thevicinity theYlcintty
vicinity where this meridian is drawn drawnon drawnon
on on the t ie map In addition this meridian meridianeutsof L LCUtSoff
cutSfofC eutsof a portion of the Uintah reser reservation reseryaUon reservailon ¬
vation from the new district and leaves leavesit a ait
it in Salt Lake district which would wouldmak wouldmak
mak it difficult to open the reserve in inthe I Ithe
the manner proposed It appears that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the boundary of the proposed district districtwhich districtwhich districtwhich
which would be most convenient for forsettlers forootUfrs fottiettlprs
settlers would be one which would in Include inelude
dude only on I the Uintah reserve and andUintah andUhttah I Ilint
Uintah lint li county countyHdwell countyHd
HOwell Hd vell will modify his bill In the theho thtlioO
house ho lioO s to the recommendations of the theinterior theIntellor theInterior
interior department and conforming to tothe tothe I Ithe
the moot moot senate bill and expects to tosecure tosecure tcsecure
secure its itslJassage passage in the house at an anearly anearlJ anearly
early day
SEVEN ARE KILLED AND SIX INJURED INJUREDSleigh
Sleigh Containing Thirteen Women Struck by a Train Near NearArkport NearArkport NearArkport
Arkport N Y YUnfortunate Unfortunate Victims Hurled in All AHDirections AllDirecti AllDirections
Directions Directi ns
ORNELLSVILLE N Y YFeb Feb 1 1A 1Apassenger 1Apassenger A Aj
H j passenger train on the th Plttsburg PlttsburgShawmut PlttsburShawmut PittsburgShawmut
Shawmut Northern railroad to tonight tonight tonight ¬
night crashed into a sleigh leih containing containingthirteen C eontaini eontainithirteen lttuHlJh lttuHlJhthirteen
thirteen women killing s se seven ven cn of them themand themand themand
and seriously Injuring the the remaining remainingsix l1cmaln ng ngIx
six Ix Three of the latter have since sincedied sincedied sincedied
died The accident occurred occ rred near nearArkporU nenrArkport nearArkporL
ArkporU The sleigh was onaof one of throe throecarrying throecnrlYlng threecarrying
carrying a apart party from the thountversaJIst thountversaJIstchurch theUnlversaiistchurch Unlversallst Unlversallstchurch
church of this city cityThe cityThe
t tThe
The Dead Deadk DeadMrs DeadMrs
k Mrs Mary 1 > Gillette GilletteMrs GilletteMrs GilletteMrs
Mrs Charles Thomas ThomasMrs ThomasMrs
Mrs Eugene Shaw ShawMrs J JMrs JMrs
Mrs Joseph Hallett HallettMrs HallettMrs 0 0Mr3
Mrs C C Graves GravesMrs GravesMrs GravesMrs
Mrs Berr Moore MooreMrs MooreMrs MooreMrs
Mrs Ruth Patchen PatchcnThe PatchenThe PatchenThe
The Injured InjuredMrs I InjuredMrs jured juredrs
Mrs rs E Boughton BoughtonMrs
Mrs E It Rowley RpwleyMrs Rowley1Tr RowleyMrs
Mrs COates COatesMrs Cbat CbatesMrs s sMrs
Mrs Bond BondMrs Bond1Is BondMIS
Mrs 1Is Fred Green GreenMrs Green11r8 GreenMrs
Mrs Wallace Clark ClarkMembers ClarkMembers t tMembers
Members of the Ladies Aid society societycf
cf f t the Universalist church went to a
farm arm house 1ou near Arkport to spend the theafternoon theaneonoon a aaftenoon
afternoon It was nearly dark when whenthey whenthey whetthey
they started on the return trip to the thecity thecit3 tliicity
city The occupants of the leading leadingsleigh leadin leadinsl leadinsleigh
sleigh sl l h saw the train approaching as asthex an anthor
thor U cx neared the Shawmut crossing cros ing The Therh
driver rh crurged urged his horses ahead head and the thesleigh thesleigh thisleigh
sleigh passed over the tracksin tra ksln safety s1fet
Thevcmen The vcmen in the first tiJ t sleigh then at T
tempted to warn those in the one fol following following following ¬
lowing of the danger and they did suc suceecdtin sucecdCin sueceedLin
eecdtin < directing dir tlng their attention to the theratfidly therapl tiii tiiiraiidly
ratfidly rapl < Uy approaching train trainStopped trainStopped trainStopped
Stopped on the Track TrackThie TrackTh TrackThe
The Th driver quickly pulled up his hi hiliqns
hqnjes hqr sbut but be could not check the th I
Jignyy htn hcnv bobsled quickly enough and andWheh andhen ant antlih
Wheh hen it came to a standstill it was wasdl wasdlrtJy di dirtSfctjly dlrtt
rtSfctjly rtt across the tracks The pilot of ofthe ofthe o f ftheengine
the theengine < engine struck the bobsled with withgreat withsre I Igre
great sre force reducing it to splinters and ars I i
hurling the women in all directions directionser i
ffivery er woman on the sled was killed killedoQ I Ioil
oil ijBjured ijBjuredThe iBjurcdT1c iijuredThe
The train was stopped and the dead deadand deada dea deaajj1
and a d injured were brought to Hornells Hornellsvfpe HornellsJie HornellsMrs
vfpe vfpeMrs Jie Jielrs
Mrs J Coates and Mrs frs Fred Green a atifOd
dFBd 1t d at the th Mercy llerC hospital late tonight
Mrs Fred Boughton died shortly after afteriritdnight after1nidnlght r rmidnight
midnight bringing the death list up to ti a
ten
I
SPECIFIC CHARGESNECESSARY CHARGESNECESSARYSpecial CHARGES NECESSARY NECESSARYSpecijal t tSpeqial
Special to The Herald HeraldWashington Heraldrasl11ngton HeraldWashington
Washington FebM4Representailve Feb lRepres 14Represelitatiye > ntuilye Hog HoS today called upon Presi President President Prosdent ¬
dent Roosevelt in reference e It lu alleged irregularities connected with withpreference withpreference withpreference
preference claims of mining compahles on the Uintah reservation which
Is J 10 be opened to settlement during thp coming season S ason The president presidentauthorized presidentauthorIzed presidentauthorized
authorized him to state that It any properly accredited cfiarges should shouldbe
be preferred in reference to the Uintah reservation r they the would be in investigated investlgated investigatcd ¬
vestigated and if necessary a special inspector In petor would be sent on the thereservation thereservatlon thereservation
reservation to make investigation Inv sl gatlon The T e president stated further that thatno thatno thatno
no one should bo permitted permlttedon on the reservation r excepting under underregula underregulatlons regula regulations ¬
tions to be prescribed and tf there has been b < > cn any violation of this rule ruleor ruleor ruleor
or any an irregularity on the part of > f the authorities in charge Char e of the thereservation thereservation thereservttion
reservation he would be glad gladto to dlreot a thorough Investigation InvestigationRepresentative investigationRepresentative
Representative Hogg had ad been requested by b a Denver newspaper newspaperto
to secure S curc the release of one 011 oi e of He representatives repres represd nt6tlves who ho had gone on e on ont the thereservation thereservation he hereservation
reservation without authority anl n hail at been Ijecn eeii arres n g I but t he h presi ¬ I
dent declined e Jined to accede 61the1feffUesQ t hereJfUes hereJfUesNt M > > el ft
Nt r tr trI <
I
RASCALITY IN INSUCKER INSUCKER INSUCKER
SUCKER STATE STATELegislature STATEI I
I
Legislature Stirred TJp UpOver Over Charges Chargesof
of Boodling BoodlingMEMBERS
S I
MEMBERS CARRY I II
CHICAGO I GOREPORTER REPORTER VICTIM OF OFASSAULT OFASSAULT OFs OFASSAULT
ASSAULT ASSAULTSPRINGFIELD ASSAULTSPRINGFIELD ASSAULTePRINGFIOPLD
s
ePRINGFIOPLD Ill Feb 1 1An = An up uphcaval
SPRINGFIELD 0 heayal 0 0iI in iI the Illinois legislature legislaturepossibly let181aturepossibl legislaturepossibly
possibly rivalling rhallln the recent bood
ling 1inSc exposures in the legisiatyre of Mis 1U 1Usouri
souri may be the outcome of an ad
dress made by Representative Frank
D comerCord omerford of Chicago to the stat > > tu
dents of the Illinois College of Laiw L w re rece
cently ce centl p Thegeneral The Rcneral assembly today todayappofnted
appointed a committee cf Jf seven to in invesUJ3te
vestigate Mr Comerfords charges cbargeswhJch
whjch are reported as specifically al a
legingthat lcg leging l1g that theIllinois legislature is isa
a great public ublle auction where special specialprivileges speialprivileg specialpnlvilegx
privileges are sold to the hignest cor corPoratlpjl corpomtJQJl
Poratlpjl poatipjiddrsnd bid < lersand rkand that Avjtlvout ajtboutra re respect
spect 1 > party affiliations the grafters graftersseem
seem to be in the th majority majorityReporter majorltyReporter
Reporter Assaulted AssaultedFor AssaultedFor
For the first time in the history histor of C
the legislature ofIllinois of Illinois many mesa eftl
bers of 0 the general assembly are armed
Threats have been made against Rep RepresentativcComerford
resentative resentativcComerford Comerford who acknowl acknowledges acknowledges
edges that he carried a revolve in his hisp
pocket p ck t lo defend himself in an emer emergency
I IOne
gency
One assault has already been record rerocd
ed as a consequence of the the Comerford Comerfordcharges
charges James Burdette a reporter reporterfor
for a Chicago paper was knocked down downjust donjust
just outside out Ide the entrance of the Le Leland Leland Leland
land hotel by alleged friends of one of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the accused members He was roughly
handled Members of the legislature le1slaturer
rescued r > S < ued him from the assailants who whoescaped whoescaped whoescaped
escaped arrest arrestHidden arrestHidden
Hidden From the Public PublicThe
The investigation inve trgation committee this aft aternoon
ernoon Immediately went into executive executivesession e
session Soon afterward R Rlive Represent RepresentUve I
live Comerford Operord was technically tehnialy placed placedunder jJlacd placedunder I Iunder
under arrest arest and summoned SUIoned to appear appa
before the committee committeeMr commitee commiteeMI
Mr Comerford protested strongly stronglyagainst srougb srougbagainst
against executive session but
executve the com committee commitee
mittee mitee notwithstanding nohlhstanding voted ote to ex exelude e cxelude
elude the
press pressMr pressMI pressMr
Mr Oomerford Cmerfor also aso demanded that thathe
he be allowed alowed a stenographer at his hisown
own 0 expense expenseFair
Fair Treatment Denied DentedMr DeniedoIr
Mr Comerford spoke briefly rlen saying a ilG
he hoped the committee commite would be thor thorough thorough thorough ¬
ough and impartial in the Investiga Investigation Inve investigation tga tgaton ¬
tion ton The speaker called Comerfiord Comertrd to toorder toorder toorder
order demanding demandng that he confine him himself hitsself
self to the subject at hand handI
I ask aC consent of ofthe the house to speak speakfive speakfive speakfive
five minutes on this subject shouted shoutedMr souted soutedlIr
Mr Comerford ComerfordAmid ComerfordAmid
Amid much confusion a chorus of oflioes ofu1is
u1is aloes came cae from both sides of the thehouse thehouse
house houseThe houseThe houseThe
The committee commitee refused to allow alow Mr MrComerford MrComerford MrComerford
Comerford a a stenographer and desired desiredhim desiredhim desiredhim
him to proceed procee at once with wih what proof proofhe proofhe
he had h d of his hlscharge hischarges charges This Th < he was not notprepared nt ntprepae
prepared prepae to do d and insisted Insiste that he be beallowed beaJowe beallowed
allowed aJowe to go goto to Chicago Cliicagoget get his h copy copyof COpyor copyof
of the speech s ech and prepare his proof proofGrand prof profGrard proofGrafld
Grand Grard Jury Juryln Juryin In Cession CessionThe sessionThe ession essionThe
The grand jury jur Is in session here heresaid herh
said Mr lr Comerford to the newspaper newspapermen neW5papcrmen
men outside If I I cant get a fair fairhearing fairhearing
hearing before this committee commitee I will willtake wintake willtake
take the t e matter mater before that body bod bodAfer bodyAfter
After Afer being in session for over two twohours twohours twohours
hours the Investigating investgtng committee commitee ad adjourned adjourned adjourned ¬
journed until u 1tloIonday Monday Mr Comerford Comerfordwas Comerord Comerordwa
was wa finally tinalt allowed alowed until unti that time tme to toprepare toprepare toprepare
prepare his case and he Immediately Immediatelyleft Immediatelylef
left lef for Chicago Mr Ir Comerford Comerf rd says sayshe saysbe sayshe
he will wil be prepared prepare on Monday 1Iond to sub substantiate subst substantiate ¬
stantiate st ntate the one charge made against againstmembers asint asintmembers againstmembers
members of the present presentassembl assembly that thataffecting tat tatafetng thataffecting
affecting afetng the alleged aleged use of money in ina Ina Ina
a party caucus caucusNight caucusNight caucusNight
Night Meeting of Committee CommitteeThe
The investigation Inve t alon committee commitee held an anInformal anInformal aninformal
Informal meeting this afternoon afterno and ad de decided decided tiecided ¬
cided to ascertain acertain ns ertain if It possible sslble how the theComerfordlecture theComerCordlecture theComertordleetUre
Comerfordlecture gained ained publicity pUbUcly It i be being bI being ¬
ing common reaort re ort that Mr r Comerford Comerfordbrought Comerfordbrought
brought the matter mater to Springfield Springfeld and andgave andgave
gave it out to newspaper men here This Thisevening
gve
evening a number of rcDresentatives reresentatc of ofChicago ofChltago ofChicago I
Chicago Chltago newspapers were subpoenaed subpoee to toappear toappear
appear before the committee and tell tel what whatthey whatthe whatthey
they the know concerning concernJn the manner In Inwhich inwhich I
which Mr Comerford s speech got into intonewspaper in Intonewspaper
newspaper mens hands handsWhen handsVh handsWhen
When Vh n the committee commitee met m t Mr lr Comer Comerford Comerford Cornerford
ford appeared app > nred and entered the room mak making mak makIng ¬
ing In the request that he be allowed alowed to be bepresent bepreent bepresent
present preent durins durin the examination examinaton of the thenewspaper thenewspapcr thenewspaper
newspaper men It I was as refused refuse and thefive the thelltT he hefve
lltT fve five reportlrs reporters I fJJUl < I were v Ci r then ltl < > caIed called c j jand one by one oneand oneand
and questioned Quctoned as ac to how hoW the Comerford Comerfordmatter CQmerfordmatter Cornerfordmatter
matter was obtained obtined Three Thre men ques questioned QUe questioned ¬
tioned toned by b the committee comittee were unable to toanswer toan toanswer
answer an wcr and the t1c other two declined declned to togive togive toive
give ive the source of their Information Informaton It ItIs I itIs
Is possible that several of the professors professorsof rofer
of the law school at which hleh Mr Comer Comerford Comerford Cornerford
ford delivered delvered the lecture leture will wil be sub subpoenaed sub subpocnaed ¬
before the committee committeeto
poenaed poeaed to appear apper commitee commiteeto
to tell t < U In what manner it was s given pub publicity pubcity pubhefty ¬
hefty city
i iTHE
THEDEATH THE THERECORD RECORD RECORDPfttsburg RECORDittsburg RECORDPittsburg
Pfttsburg Phil PhilAshville Phi PhiAshncle PhilAhtivI1le
Ashville Ashncle N C Feb 1 lerse lerseSmith 1eorg 1eorgSmith JGeorge JGeorgeSmith
Smith better known as Pittsburg PittsburgPhil PittsburgPhidie PzttsburgPhildled
Phil Phidie Phildled died today todaaged aged 40 years yearsVeteran yearsVeteran ea eaVeteran
Veteran Horse forse Tainer TainerNew TainerXcr TamerOrleanb
New Xcr Orleans Otns Feb Ee 1 1Tom Tom Berry Berrythe Bt Btte BerryOle
the te veteran horse nore owner and traner tranerdied trainerdiedhera trainer trainerdied
died diedhera her horok tod todayof yof o pneumonia pneumoniaWell pneumonlaWel pneumoniaWell
Well Known nown Painter PainterDusseldorf Paint PainterDussoldorf r rDusseldorf
Dusseldorf Feb Feb Peb1Oswald l Oswald Achen Achenbach Achenach
bach ach the thewel well known painter died diedherethisafternoonof diedh diedhere I
herethisafternoonof h here re this afternoSa of inflammation infiammaton of oftIle ofthe
thisufernoqnof
the lungs IUlSs
4 Descendant of Penn PennPhiladelphia PennPhiadelphia PennPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Phiadelphia Feb 1 1Colonsl Colonel ColonJ1 Peter PeterPenn PeterPenn PeterPenn
Penn Gaskill Gaski Halla Hala Hall a retired officer ofcQr of ofthe ofthe olthe
the United States Slates army a descendant descendantOf de desotindaniWilliam ndant ndantQf
Of William Wiiam Penn died today of paraly paralysis pilaly pilalysls paaalysis ¬
sis aged 75 years yearsOldest JenrsOldest yearsOldest
Oldest Engineer EngineerHelena EngineerHelena
Helena Feb 1 1 1M M Sherwood who whoIssaid whois whcissald I
> Issaid is sald to v be the oldest oldet oldestlocomOtive locomotive locomotve en env engineer cnineer engineer
gineer ineer inthe in the United Unied States is i dead dead at athis atllis
his home in Billings Bilngs aged 83 8 He ran rn rnlocomotve I j
11 locomotive locomotve on the Michigan Central Centralabout Centrl Centralhout ratI I
about bout fifty fif years year ago during durIn the theplbneer theproner thepioneer
pioneer proner days of railroading riroading Two of ofiliis ofils
iliis ils sons are engineers one on the theJRock theock thea a
Bock ock Island at Kansas City Ciy and the theother theother th thtither a
other on 01 the Northern Pacific In Mon Mon1a Monlena
talia 1a lena Until Unt a year ago he e filled fil d light lght lghtp lightsltions j jpositions
positions p sions sltions with wi1 the tje 4e Northern Northcr Pacific Pacfc PacfcIG PacificHOCI j jHOCH
IG IGHOC
HOCH HOC INDICTED INDICTEDChicago INQICTEDChIC 1NDICTEDChicago
Chicago ChIC gO Feb Feb 1 lTwo Two indictments indictmentsJohann Jndictmentscllrglng Indictmentscarging
cllrglng bigmy bigamy were voted against againstJohann againsti
i Johann Hock by tho grand jury jur to today today
day dayThree day1r Three 1r e of Herbs supposed SUIPO e wives wiveswere wiveswere wiveswere
were witnesses wltc ses before the grand grandjury grnd grndi
i 5 jury When nt t the criminal court courtbuilding cOrtbuUdlng Cotirtbuiiding
building waiting to appeuV uppeur before beforethe beforethe
0 the grand undjur waltng Jury the he three women womenmet womenmet omcn omcnmet
met each other for br the first frt time timeShey tme tmearhey timeaiwy
Shey arhey shook ahooichmand hand h d and cngJtu cngJtui q cpngratu cpngratu5att rngratu rngratuiliito4
iliito4 c i 5att tt1 < jbliXitlter ach UC1tl tlier r over thMi tl e4upa 0 p
2
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KEEPS THE RENT RENTAND RENTAND
AND SKIPS OUT OUTA
A W Jffountney ountney s Accounts Acco1nts Found Foud
1500 Short ShortRESULT Shor ShorRESULT ShortESULT
RESULT R OF O 01 POKER GAME GAMEWAS GAMEAS
WAS W AS ONE OF SIMON SlMONBAMBER SlMONBAMBERGERIS BAMBER BAMBERGERJS BAMBERGERS
GERJS CONFIDENTIAL CONFIDENTI L MEN MENRTHUR MENA MENA
A A 1 RTHUR RTHR W Yo MOUNTNET MOUNTNE formerly formerlysecretary f nerlY nerlYseret
M secretary seret of the Baiiibergur Blbergr Ex Exploration Exp Exploration ¬
ploration p oralol company compauand and also 818 of ofthe ofthe ofe
t the th e Salt S U Lake LkoVaUe Valley Loan Loa Trust Trustcompany Tust Tustcompa Trustompany
J c company compa c is missing mising from the tn city ei and andhis andhis andis
his h is accounts are ae reported reporte short hoi to the theextent theextent thextent
e extent of 11600 1600 Two weeks ago he dis disappeared disapp disppeared ¬
T a appeared app d unexpectedly and no n m word wordhas wordhas wordsa
n has li sa been received from him since either eitherby eitherby eithery
h by y relatives relatve in the city or by his former formeremployer tormererployer formermployer
e employer erployer Senator Senator Simon Bumberger BumbergerWhen Ban8 BanibergerWhen rgel
When hen he did not show up at hisoffice hisofficeat hIs ofce ofceat
at a t his accustomed hour inquiry inquir was ws at atonce at atonce atnce
0 once nce made made thinking he was wRsil ill at a his hisome
home h ome Then the truth came cam out that thate
he li e had left the city dtyAn cityAn
An examination examinaton into his accounts accountfolmted accpunts accpuntsollowed
followed folmted f and to the complete wirprfce wirprfceof s rinise rinisef rif
of o f his employer and associates sSeate in I the theotlice th tho theStee
L o otlice ce it i was discovered thathe tbt that he he was f
1500 150 short So far as known the tneort tneortage short shortages shortges ¬
j ages age a ges are ar confined to the business busInes cf r the theSalt theSalt thealt
Salt S alt Lake Valley Y le Loan Lan Trustcoqi Trustcoqipany T Tntst st COl COlImn coii coiiany
pany Imn r p any They consist of f failures faiures to ac account account acount ¬
c count c for rents rent collected Senator SenatorBambcrger Setor SetorBamber Sentorarnberger
j Bamber B Bambcrger er reposed such suCh absolute ablutt trust trustin trUldin trustn
j in n Mountneys integrity Integriy that he did not notkeep notkep noteep
j keep kep k eep a close clOe check on theste the t1at Collections Collectionsand flleetionsad iettons
f and s ad tints tlit gave gve his secretary fecretary the oppor opportunity oppr opprtUllt opporualty ¬
tunity tUllt t for or r peculations peculationsCaused peculatons peculatonsus peeuiationsCaused
Caused us d by Poker Game GameThi GameThis GameThis
This This has been a shock shock tp t me Sen Senator Sentor n nator ¬
a ator a tor Bamberger Bmberger said last la t evening eveing
Mountiwy Iountmy had been with me about Ibut six sixyears sx sxears sixears
years y ye ears ears He was a firstclass firstcass man > in inevery incCO Inver
c every e ver way and I trusted trsted him ab abslute abslutey > lute lutely
ablute abluteh
ly l y as a did every one else about the of office ofe ofice ¬
J ice l < e He was accommodating accommdating and a com competent cm cmJetent cornletent ¬
petent i in even way wa If I h he he had ba come cometo cme cmeto comeo
to t o in me feeling feelng toward him as I did I Inothing IwouJdh Iwould
wouJdh would have ve adjusted mters matters an and sid sidnothing said saidothing
r nothing n more about this shortage shortageThe sh shortageThe 1tt
The whole trouble toubl is that Mount Mountney Mountoy toUlt toUltne
ney ne s oy was drawn into a poker pker gani ganithrough Snt ganuhrough
through t the influence of tends friends and andwju andvas awlwas
vas > in trouble before he realized relze just justwhat jQstwhat jpstwhat
what was going on l Then Ten It was that thathe thatlekept thate
j he lekept h e kept back the rents rets belonging to the theSalt theSalt thealt
Salt S alt Lake Lke Valley Valey Loan Lan Trust Trus Tru com company cm cmpJ cornany ¬
pa j any pJ p until un t the total reached reche 11iOO l 1500 I Iam Iam rm
am a m inclined to think he was ras too t proud proudthen woud woudhen oud oudthen
then t hen to face the consequences conseuene and left leftthe leCtthe leftthe
t the city cf
No Legal Action Acton Likely LikelySenator Lkely Lkelyo LikelySenator
o Senator Bamberger Baterger regretted regreted that th t the thematter themter thematter
r matter mter had reached the public pU li He said saidhe saidhe saide
he h e would take no legal legl action acton against againstMountney aGRlu5t aGRlu5t110untne3o againstMountney
Mountney and was wa sorry he left th thcity the thecit theity
city cit c ity He considers consider him afthonest ahone t man manand maJ mannd
and a nd is inclined inclned to think thin he yielded yielde to totemptation totemptaton toemptation
temptation temptaton t through good fellowship fellowshiprather feUowsh feUowshrather fellowshipather >
rather r than through dishonesty dishone Mr MrMountney Mrountne MrLountney
Mountney ountne made his hi home at 49 4f Twelfth TwelfthBast Telfh TelfhEast TwelfthEast
East street streetThe streetThe streetThe
The shock that this 1bs has been eea to to Sen Senator sentor ¬
ator at a tor or Bamberger is iitdicattjd in 4ms hI de determination tieermination ¬
Inlcatq hd
termination teminaton t to compel vry man in inhte Inhi lithis
his hi employ in any a similar capacity cpacUy to toMountneys toountcs toMountheis
Mountneys ountcs to toturif iuraishwa feepd feepdI B
1 reached this dctermmelfdit detel detmt1O < R after afterdiscovering afer aferdIsoerlng afterdiscovering
discovering dIsoerlng what it i wevthaC Sfl that Ie led l u uMountneys t tMountneys
Mountneys M untnesfa11 fall he hemld Jttld id B Bj this thisI thismean Is IsI
3
I mean no norefectoh reilecxtioh on the character eharaete of ofany ofan 0fny
any an a ny man working for me but I purpose purposeto purp
to t o require this bond bnd as a safeglard safeglardHenceforth hafelardHencforth safeglardHenceforth
Henceforth Hencforth this will be a fixed fxed business businessprinciple bUBlne bUBlneprinciple bvsinesprincIple
j principle with wih me meEMPHATIC meo meEMPHATIC meEMPHATICDENIALIS
o
EMPHATIC EMPHATICDENIALIS DENIAL IS MADE MADEBishop MADEBishop MADEBishop
Bishop Conaty 01 of ius Los > fMiycico Angeles iiu iiunounces Pro Pronounces Proflounces
nounces the Bard Charges ChargesAbsurd ChargesAbsurd ChargesAbsurd
Absurd AbsurdLos AbsurdLo AbsurdLos
Los Lo Angeles Angelc Cal Feb 1 LRlt 1RIght Right Rev RevThomas R8 RevThomas
Thomas Thms W r Conaty Conat bishop bi6op of this Ro Roman Romn Homan ¬
man mn Catholic diocese diocee today ta entered entere an anemphatic anempaUc anemphatic
emphatic denial deal to t the 1 charge cgemd cgemdyest4rda made madevesterdav naideyesterday
yesterday in Washington ahln ton by b United UnitedStates tnie UnitedStates
State States Senator Bard that the th Roman RomanCatholic RonutnCathlc RomanCatholic
Catholic Cathlc church had endeavored Enevore to influ influence infu infuence influonce ¬
ence the senators senatrs action ctin In the th matter matterot 1er
ot distribution ditribution of Indian funds by the thepromise tbo thepromise
j promise prml6e of political support supportThe supporLThe mpportTh
The Th charges chrge are absurd aburd said s the thebishop thl thebishop
bishop In the first rt place plce they cannot cannotapply ennot ennotapply cannotapply
apply to this tbf district ditrict because bus we do d not notreceive notreceive notreceive
receive any government goverment funds uDs for use usein usein sp spin
in the schools 5boI8 AVe Ye take tke care cre of our ourIndians or orIndians ourIndians
Indians with wih our own money The Cath Catholic Cth CthoU Cathour ¬
our oU church does doe nothing nothl that tht is not nt open openand opn opnand openand
and above hoard brd and the th statement statnumt that thata tht thtI
a I representative rpreenttve of a Catholic C tholc association associationpromised a aesockuionpromised olon olonpromlsr
promised promlsr to carry cr certain certin districts tetric for forSenator forSenator forSenator
Senator Bard Brd in consideration cnslder ton of a con continuation cn cntinuaton eontinuation ¬
tinuation ulously tinuaton Ujoust absurd absurdThe absurThe absurdThe of favorable favorbe eontracts nu1 t ie i ridic ridiculously rie rieUjoust rldtvufously ¬
The bishop bsho stateo sttE that Scharf whom whomSenator whm whmS whomSenator
Senator S uator Herd rd said was wa his hb informant informanthad iRormnt iRormnthad Informanthad
had caused previous trouble
Cusd by repr representations repre representations ¬
sentations entatQ regarding regrdlng his connection nnetlon with withCatholic withCathoik tk tkCathoh
Catholic Cathoh < institutions Institutons and influence influenceamong infuec influenceamong
among Catholics CatholicsPENALTY Catholc CatholcI CatholcPENALTY CatholicsPENALTY I an
PENALTY ATTACHED ATTACHEDCongress ATJACHEDC ATTACHEDCongress
Congress C ngress Will Wi Put Check Upon Ex Executive Executive Exccutive ¬
ecutive Departments DepartmentsWashington DepartmentsWashington s sWalbington
Washington Walbington Feb lieb L Ln In It It its tbsrt It to tothe tothe tothe
the house hous today toda asking askln favorable favorble consid consideration cd cdernton conldoration ¬
oration ernton of the bill bi imposing a I a penalty penlty of ofa ora ofa
a 52000 0 fine and two years y ars Imprisonment Imprisonmentngninst imprlmnmnt imprlmnmntglnst imprisonmentagainst
against glnst officers of the executive exeutltdert exeutltdertments exeoutivdepart exeoutivdepartmeats depart departments ¬
ments of the government governmet who expend expendsums exPd exPdsums epsedsums
sums in excess of appropriations appropriatons or makft makftthe makAthe makthe
the government overment liable 1able for such suh sums
through contracts contract the te judiciary jUdlciarcmmtt cammit
tee says saysThe HYs HYsThe saysThe
The penal Jlnal clause clause Is rendered rendere impera imperatively impea impeatvely imperatlvely ¬
tively tvely necessary neesr by b reason reaon of the fact factthat tactthat factthat
that a vicious and unlawful
unlawtul practice prctce of ofextending otextending ofextending
extending appropriations by various atu de departments de dopartrnents ¬
partments Prtment Is il growing oing rapidly which whic the thepresent thelresent thelaresent
present law without penalties penalie for viola violation violation ioa ioaton ¬
tion ton does do not seem sem to have succeeded sucede in inpreventing InprevenUng Inpreventing
preventing preventingOIL prevenUngOIL preventingOIL
c
OIL LAMP EXPLODED EXPLODEDBaby EXPLODEDBaby
I
Baby Burned to Death and Its Mother MotherCannot MotherCannot MotherCannot
Cannot Live LiveGlendale LiveGlendale
livc livcGnale
Glendale Gnale Ore Feb 1 IFire Fire which whih de destroyed deftroye do dostroyed ¬
stroyed ftroye the home of O B Lane Lne of this thisplace thispiece
tis tisplce
place plce at an early hour this morning
burned burne the 2yearold child chid of Mr I and
Mrs rs Lane Lne fatally fntly burned Mrs lrs Lane Lne and andseriously andserto andseriously aR
seriously serto sly burned hor purse nure Miss jUss Mary Maryooper
Cooper ooper of Medford Ore Mrs r Lane had hadbeen badbeen hadbeen
been ill i for some sme time tme requiring rculrn the theservices theserl theservices
services serl es of a nurse nure At 2 oclock this thismorning thismorin thismorning
morning morin an oil oi lamp which was used in inthe inthe Inthe
the sick chamber exploded throwing throwtn us oil oilon oUon oilon
on the occupants oceuvnt and burning burnin the room roomThe rm rmTe
The Te door to the room was a locked and andthe andthe andthe
the victims vietms could not escape The hu huband hua bus busband
band and father aroused escpe by the screams screamsgot SCrm scroomsgot
got out of the house and placing a a lad ladder Id IddcI td tdtier ¬
tier dcI against aclnsl a window in Mrs lr Lanes Lanesroom Les Lesroom Lanesroom
room managed mana ed to remove his wife wie and andtho andthe antithe
the nurse nur but not before befor Mrs Lane Lae was WHSfatally wasfatally 8
fatally fataly burned The To baby bab was s burned burnedto bure
to death dea tho
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FINED ONE CENT CENTSpecial CENTSpecal CENTSpecial
Special Specal to The Herald HeraldSheridan HeraldSheridan HeraldSheridan
Sheridan Wyo W o Feb 1 IBert Bert Williams Williamswas Wlma s swag
was fined in police polce court curt here hereon on a pe peculiar pecular pecultar ¬
culiar cular charge He was wa driving drlvln In the thestreet te testreet ti tistreet
street and met JohnvRoberts who was wasaccompanied wasaccmpanie wasnecompanied
accompanied accmpanie by his daughter duuch Q Emma EmmaWilliams EmmaVUUas EmmaWilliams
Williams VUUas owed Roberts a dollar and las lasthey as astheJ asthey
they theJ paSe passed ho h cr tossed it toward towad Rob Roberts R Rpberts b ¬
erts in tho other carriage cariago The Thosilyer Thosilyercoin silver silvercoin allercoin
coin struck Miss 11t Roberts Roberta on n the brldg0 brldg0oi
oi ci the nose < Inflictinga Inrtctlul wound thebrldCA thebrldCAci Robarta Robartahad RobVtsh2d Rotartshad
had one cent Williams llams arrested arret d and ho was fined finedone fn fnone tip4one

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