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2 THE SALT LAKE L HERALD RDFRIDAY FRIDAY FEB s 1905 I
a t
EXPERT EXPERTOF OPINION OPINIONOF o1pn Io r rOF
OF LITTLE VALUE VALUEProminent V VALUEProminent AlU E EProininent
Prominent Citizens Voted Ballots allots De Declared Declared Dedared ¬
clared Illegal IllegalPEABODY illegalPI IllegalPEABODY
PEABODY PI BODY CONTEST FAILS FAILSSTFJONG FAILSST FAlLSST9ONG
STFJONG ST ONG POINTS BROUGHT OUT OUTBY OUTBY OUTBY
BY DEFENSE DEFENSEDenver DEFENSEDenver DEFENSEDenver
Denver Colo bob Feb 2 2ono One of the themysteries themysteries themystQr
mysteries mystQr of the alleged aIlc cd ballotbox ballotboxstuffing ballotboxstuffing balletboxtufl1ng
stuffing at the election last November Novemberwas Novemberwas
was was cleared away by a witness in the thePeabodyAdams thePeabodYAdams thePeabocjyAdanis
PeabodyAdams gubernatorial contest contestbefore cont08tbefore contestbefore
before the the joint legislative committee committeethis committeethis committeethis
this afternoon The experts in a anu11 anu11ber num number flWflber ¬
ber of precincts have declared a num number number number ¬
ber of ballots probably illegal me ll because becausethey becausethey becausethey
they were not creased In such a manner manneras
as was necessary for them to be passed passedthrough passedthrough passedthrough
through the slot in such boxes Alder Alderman Alderman Alderuan ¬
man A A D Mauft AfnufT was woe r called > ollorl fr by v the theDmocratle I
Democratic attorney simply to Identify Identifyhis IdenUrhis Identifylila
his ballot He was successful in this thisand thisand thisand
and on crossexamination he was asked askedto
to show he folded ft ded his ballot to put It Itthrough Itthrough itthrough
through the slot slotThis slotThl Jot JotThllJ
This Thl brought out the statement that thatmany thatmany thatmany
many of the ballots in that precinct precincthad precincthad precincthad
had never been In the ballot box be becauso beauso beauso i
auso there was not room for them In Instead Instead Instead ¬
stead with the consent of the election electionofficials electionofficials clectIoiofficials
officials and the supreme court watch watchers watchers watchers ¬
ers they Hvere were cast in the outside case caseof caseof caseof
of the ballot box and were not folded foloedin foldedIn
in the same manner as those which whichwere whichwere whichwere
were put In the ballot box proper properMost properMost properMost
Most of the witnesses wltness s examined this thisafternoon thisafternoon thisafternoon
afternoon were foreignborn persons personsresiding personsresiding personsresiding
residing In Elyria a suburb of this thiscity thisdt thiscIty
city dt whose ballots had been declared declaredby
by b the Peabody Pcabod experts to be fraudu fraudulent rraudufut fraudulent ¬
lent fut They identified their ballots when whenthey whenthey whenthey
they were shown them but were un unable unable unable ¬
able to pick them out of a number of ofballots ofballots ofballots
ballots with Ith any certainty certaint after the theballots theballots theballots
ballots were mixed up by the thenttorneyt thenttorneytEaeh attorneys attorneysKach attorneysEach
Each witness was asked to write the theword theword theword
word Democratic D mo ratic as he had written writtenit
it on the th ballot and in each case the thehandwriting thel1al1dwriUug thehandwriting
handwriting was identical to that tha on onthe onthe onthe
the ballots ballotsThe ballotsThe ballotsThe
The unaealers of ballots reported on ona onn ona
a number of ballots whieh the experts expertshad experts1d expertsbad
had testified were written by the same samehand samel1and samehand
hand In one of the bunches of ballots ballotsalleged ballotsalleged ballotsalleged i
alleged to be In the same handwriting handwritingwere
were found those voted by b John C CTwornbley CTwomble CTwotubley
Twornbley Twomble formerly postmaster of ofDenver ofDenver ofDenver
Denver and Button Aufanger a Repub Republican Republicun Republican ¬
lican state senator and two members of ofhis ofrIs oflis
his family familyA
A Republican Witness WitnessOne WitnessOne WitnessOne
One of the principal witnesses of the thenight the1I1ght theiiight
night session was Senator Milton An Anfenger Anfen Anfenger
fenger fen gel a Republican member of the thelomiiiittee tluol11mlltee theOIflIfljttee
lomiiiittee < < He was shown a ballot in included induded inluded ¬
cluded among the fraudulent ones re reported repJrted reported ¬
ported by Expert Fleury the number numberof
of which corresponded with the number numberappearing numberappearing numberappearingopposite
appearing appearingopposite opposite his name on the poll pollbook pollbook p011book
book of tliq tb precinct in which he lived livedand Uvedand livedand
and voted While he was unwilling to tosay tosay tosay
say positively that this was his ballot ballothe ballot11t
he declared the handwriting resembled resembledhis
his very cry closely and he could not say saythat saythat saythat
that the ballot was not the one which whichhe whichh whichhe
he h vdted vdtedSenator ydtedSenator vdtedSenator
Senator Anfenger testified that he heintended heIntended heIntended
intended to vote a straight Republican Republicanticket RepubUanticket Republicantiekt
ticket and was under the impression impressionthat impressionthat
that he did so However the ballot ballotwhich ballotwhi ballotwhich
which whi < h was recorded as his had two twomarks twomarks twomarks
marks upon it one a cross after the thename thename thename
name of a Democratic candidate for forrepresentative forrepresentative forrepresentative
representative and the other a mark markafter j jafter iafter
after a constitutional amendment pro provision proIslon provision
vision The senator admitted that he hemarked hemarked hemarked
marked his ballot according to the lat latter latr latter ¬
ter r but was surprised to find that an another another another ¬
other mark appeared on the ballot ac accredited accredited accredited ¬
credited to him himNot himN himNot
Not N t an Impartial Judge JudgeOn
On crossexamination Senator Anfen Anfenger Anfengel Anfenger
ger said aid that he believed a great deal dealof dealor dealof
of repeating was carried on at a num number number nuinher ¬
ber of polling places in the city where wherehe where11e wherelie
he visited during the day On redirect redirectcrossexamination redirectossexamlnatlon redirectrossexamination
crossexamination he was questioned as asto asto asto
to hjs Js opinion concerning his competen competency ¬
cy to sit as a fair and impartial juror jurorin jurorin jurorin
in the governorship contest He admit admitted a admitted mit mitted ¬
ted that from what he saw on election electionday electionday electionday
day he believed that a great deal of offraud orfrautI offraud
fraud was committed In the Interest of ofAlva ofAJa ofAlva
Alva Adams and therefore doubted his hiscompetency hisc hiscimpeteney
competency c mpCtenc to Judge fairly fairl and Impar Impartially impartiall impartinIly ¬
tially tiall according to the evidence admit admitted admitted admitted ¬
ted In the contest hearing hearingHad hearingHad hearingHad
Had Attended Meetings MeetingsAsked MeetingsAked MeetingsAked
Aked by Attorney Atlorne John Rush rep representing repres represntIng ¬
resenting res l1t1ng the contestee as to his hav having havIng haybig ¬
ing attended meetings caucuses and andconferences andunferences andconferences
conferences of members of o the legisla legislature legislature legislature ¬
ture at which the question of unseat unseating unseatIng unseatlug ¬
ing Governor Peabody was discussed discussedand discussedand discussedand
and whether or not hose discussions discussionshad
had already been determined his de decision deeh decnicn ¬
cision eh cn on the merits of the contest he hesaid hesaid hesaid
said it would not have any elTect on onhis onhis onhis
his vote He also denied that he had hadreceived hadr hadreeived
received r ctlvd instructions from corporations corporationsconcerning corporaUonsconcecnlng corporationscoicecning
concerning his vote on the contest contestDr contesLDr contestDr
Dr Thomas M Hopkins a prominent prominentphysician promlnontph prominentphysIcian
physician ph sician of this city was wascaUet called to tothe tothe tothe
the stand and identified his ballot ballotamong ballotamong ballotaniong
among the alleged fraudulent ballots ballotsreported ballotsreportod ballotsreported
reported by the expert expertNo expertNo expertNo
No Fraud There ThereRoh ThereRowJ5t ThereRohiet
Roh RowJ5t ct S Lamont a Republican elec election eloctlon dcctioi ¬
tion judge in precinct Six ward Four Fourteen Fourten Fourteen ¬
teen where a number of alleged fraud fraudulent fraudulEnt fraudulent ¬
ulent ballots were found by experts expertstestified expertstestified expertstestified
testified that the conduct of the elec election elecIon electlon ¬
Ion In his precinct was fair and andsquare andISquare andsquare
square and nd that the supreme court courtwatchers courtwatchers courtwatehers
watchers found no fault with the con conduct conduct conduet ¬
duct of the election He told of the thenecessity thene thenecesjty
necessity ne < es fty for using the ballot box case casefor casefor easefor
for depositing the th ballots when the bal ¬
lot lot ot box hadbecome had become filled andyon an on cross crossexamination or05Sexamlnatlon crosscxamlnatlon ¬
examination admitted admltt d < t that th t he was wasaway wasawa wasaway
awa away from the polling pollingpla place for ten tenor tenorfift or orfifteen orflften
fifteen fift en minutes ifetc in the afternoon iiftetnOnHe afternoonHe aUernonHe
He said however that his watchers watchersand watchersand watchersand
and those of the supreme court were werepresent werepresent werepresent
present In the committee during his ab absence absence absenes ¬
sence and he did not believe any ballot ballotbox ballotbox ballotbox
box stuffing as intimated could have havebfeen haveb havebeen
been b en engaged cnga ed in inTwoother InTwo inTwo
Twoother Two other witnesses identified IdcnUfJedbal10ts IdcnUfJedbal10tsdcclarec1 ballots ballotsdeclared ballotsdeclared
declared fraudulent by h experts as their theirown theirown theirown
own In addition to this Deputy Sheriff SheriffShaffer ShcrICtSf1aCrcr SheriffShaffer
Shaffer who acted as a Democratic judge judgeof jUtlgoor JudgoOf
of election In Precinct 6 Ward arc1 4 I Identi Identified fdcntifled Identifled ¬
fled several s cral ballots he prepared for Il Illiterates 111ftcratcs Iiliterates ¬
literates Some of these thes wero cast for forthe forthe forthe
the Republican ticket ticketSOME ticketCI ticketOME
CI CIWOUNDED
SOME OME WOUNDEDMANY WOUNDED WOUNDEDMANY
MANY ARRESTED ARRESTEDContinued
Continued on Pace Paeto 2 2to 2to
to a company of 120 and the total num number nUI11bor nuinbar ¬
bar of ball ba cartrIdges expended e Iend n was
1002 The authorities point out that thatthis t111tthis th4tt th4ttthis
this indicated that there was waS110 no reck reckless reckless i iless
less or general volleying The number numberof
of wounded in the hospitals today tO a is
208 08
208The
The report of Maxim Gorkys release releaseapparently releaseapparentl releaseapparently
apparently either is Incorrect or if iftrue iftrue iftrue
true he was released on tFe promise to toleave toleave I Ileave
leave St Petersburg without the slight slightest slightest slightest ¬
est delay He had not returned home homeup homeup homeup
up to a late hour last night The friend friendwith friendwith friendwith
with whom he lives and who was per permitted permtted permitted ¬
mitted to visit vi it him yesterday afternoon afternoonfor
for the first time since his arrest told toldthe toldthe I Ithe
the Associated Press Pr SS that he found the theauthor theauthor theauthor
author still in solitary confinement cOllfinem nt In Inthe inthe
the St Peter and St Paul fortress fortressThe fortressThe fortressThe
The novelist whose real name is not notMaxim notlfaxlm notMaxim
Maxim Gorky which Is a t pseudonym pseudonymmeaning pseudonymmeaning pseudonymmeaning
meaning < < Maxim the Bitter but Alex AlexIs Alexis AlexIs
Is Pyeshkoff did not expect release for forsome forsome forsome
some time and did not know whether whetherhe
he would be brought before be beore ore the court courtfor co courtfor rt rtfor
for trial or deported by administrative administrativeorder
order He philosophically proposed to todevote todevote todevote
devote his period of imprisonment to tolearning rolearning tolearning
learning the English language and andremedying andremedying an l lremedying
remedying other deficiencies in his hispeasants hispeasants hispeassats
peasants education He begged his hisfriends hisfrIends hisfriends
friends to procure textbooks of Eng EngHsh En En11sh English
Hsh and German national sciences sciencesetc
etc At present he speaks sJ > eaks only Rus Russian Russian Russian ¬
sian sianMARKED sianMARKED sianMARKED
MARKED THE GREENBACKS GREENBACKSHumor
Rumor That Proof Against A t the Cali California California Callfornia ¬
fornia State Senators Is Isat IsatEand
at atEand atEandSacramento Hand HandSacramento HandSacramento
Sacramento Cal Feb 2 2It It Is the th con concensus ooncensus concensus ¬
census of opinion among amon the members of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the state senate that thoblcsest sensa sensation sensation sensation ¬
tion In connection with the bribery briber scan scandals scandals scandais ¬
dals remains to be introduced before the thespecial thespecial thespecial
special committee that Is now conducting j
the Investigation of the accusations accusationswrlght accusationsa11alnst accusationsagainst
a11alnst against Senators Emmons Bunkers Bunkersright Bunkersright
wrlght right and French This opinion seems seemsto seemsto seemsto
to be partially borne out through the cir circulation circulation dcculation ¬
culation of a welldenned w lldelned rumor to the theeffect theerfect theeffect
effect that detectives employed by b the theprosecutors thoc thocJ theProsecutors
prosecutors c of > the e suspected < e statesmen statesmenhave statesmenhave
have succeeded cJ d in locating l gR some o tg of the themarked I Id Ib Io Ii Ild Imarked
marked bills b that arc said ld to have been beeni beentendered f fIt
i tendered d about o the city cityIt cit citIt i
It Is conceded t1at there will be a weakpolut weakpoint weak weakpoint
point in the allegations against the sen senators senators sonators ¬
ators unless It can bo b positively proven proventhat proenthat proventhat
that they the passed some of the paper money moneythat moneythat moneythat
that is said sal to have been be n dven Iven to them themby themb themby
by b Joseph S Jordan JordanAll JordanAll JordanAll
All four of the th accused enators wereab8ent wereabsent were wereabsent
absent from the upoer house chamber chamberthis chamberthis chamberthis
this morning and It was said they were In Inconsultation Inconsultation inconsultation
consultation with their lawyers lawyersThe lawyersThe lawyersThe
The bribery investigation has been con continued continued continued ¬
tinued until next Monday lon a night in order orderto orderto orderto
to give the defense time to assemble wit witnesses witnesss witflosses ¬
nesses The defense will attack the cred credibility credIbUit credIbihity ¬
ibility IbUit of the witnesses for the prosecu prosecution prosecution proseculion ¬
tion
Burnetts Vanilla VanillaIs
Is pure Dont let your grocer work workoff workoff vorkot
off ot a cheap and dangerous substItute substitutsInsist subsUtutInsist substItuteInsist
Insist on having Burnetts BurnettsARGUMENT BurnettsARGUMENT BurnettsARGUMENT
ARGUMENT IN DUKE CASE CASETobacco CASETobacco CASETobacco
Tobacco Man Endeavoring to Save SaveHimself SaveHimself SaveHimself
Himself Prom Solicitous SolicitousRelatives SolicitousRelatives SolicitousRelatives
Relatives RelativesXew
Xew York Fob 2 Arguments upon the thej theppl1eatlon theapplication
j application of B Lawrence Duke son sonOf sonof sonof
Of Brodie L Duke of Durham X I C Cfor CI Cfor
for the appointment of acomtnlssion a mmlssion to toinquire toinquire toinquire
I inquire into th mental condition of his hisfather hl hlI hisfather
father was heard today tod8 by b Justice Lev Leventritt Leveltrllt Leveitritt
I entritt In the supreme supr > me court courtIn courtIn courtTn
In support of the application Delancey DelanceyKIcoll Delanleyaeoll DelanceyNicoll
KIcoll presented aifldavtts of two phy physicians physicians physielans ¬
sicians who examined Duke while he hewas heWas hewas
was confined in Bcllevur hospital and at ata ata
a 1 Long Island sanitarium Mr Nicoll de declared dedared dodared ¬
dared that Duke was Insane and that thathe thathe thathe
he was an habitual drunkard drunkardThe drunkardThe drunkardThe
The motion was wasoPPo5td opposed by b Lawyer LawyerLouis LawyerIouls LawyerLouis
Louis S Phlllipe Ph III ipc who represents Mr MrDuke MrDuke MrDuke
Duke and who maintained that his con condition cond condtlon ¬
dition d Uon is perfectly sane and andThktt That the al allegations all allcgations ¬
legations l < In his sons petition are untrue untrueMr untruel1r untruedr
Mr dr Phillips further con contcnde contendedAhat tend ed < < Lthat that It was wasnot wa warot wasnot
not shown that Mr Ir Duke had any prop property propcrt property ¬
erty crt either real or personal situated in inthis Inthis inthis
this courts jurisdiction and the court courtfor courtfor courtfor
for this reason hao no right to entertain entertainan
an application to appoint a commission commissionHonry commissionHonn commissionHonry
Honry W Yo Younger Youn er counsel for Mrs MrsAlice 1lmAlice MrsAlice
Alice L Webb Duke whom Duko mar martied marned martiOd
tied last December also appeared to op opprse 01 01prse opptse >
prse the motion motionDuring motionDurIng motionDuring
During his argument in opposition to toappoint toappoint toappoint
appoint a commission Lawyer Phillips Phillipspresented PhillipsIresented Phillipsiresentetl
presented an afiiuavit from Duke which whichbegan whichbegan whichbegan
began beganI
I do not think I am a a drinking elrinkln man manMr manMr
Mr 11 NIcoll objected to the presented presentedaffidavit nresentedaffidavit presentedaffidavitS
affidavit claiming that an affidavit from fromthe tromtht fromthe
the alleged aH td Incompetent could not be en entertained ontertained n ntertaineU ¬
tertained on such a motion Justice JusticeLcventrltt JustltcLcventrltt JusticeLoventritt
Lcventrltt adjourned the hejtring het ing until until1m untilIP untillIE
1m IP could decide the admissibility of the theaffidavit theaftidavlt theaffidavit
affidavit affidavitMISSOURI affidavitMISSOURI
iIe iIeMISSOURI
MISSOURI DEADLOCK DEADLOCKREMAINS DEADLOCKREMAINS DEADLOCKREMAINS
REMAINS UNBROKEN UNBROKENJefferson
Jefferson City Mo Feb 2 2The The bal ballot ballot ballot ¬
lot for United States senator taken to today today today ¬
day was without result Cockrell 80 80Niedrlnghaus 80Niedrlnghaus 80Niedrlnghaus
Niedrlnghaus 74 Kerens 12 Petti PettiJohn Pettijohn PettiJohn
John 2 Kinkelberg 2 Representative RepresentativeKHnschitt Reploesel1taUeKllnschitt RepieseiitatlveKlinschitt
KHnschitt 2 Necessary 92
IT TAKES MORE IoRE THAN COLORED COLOREDPRICE COLOREDPRICE COLOREDPRICE
PRICE TICKETS AND > RED PAINT TO TOMAKE TOIAKE TOMAKE
MAKE IAKE A REAL SALE SALECIt SALECJf SALEcit
CIt CJf cit I t requires req requires ulres a determination < t tgive to togive togive
give the public a square deal and anda
a willingness to sacrifice s legiti legitimate legitimate 7 7ate
mate ate profits Thais Tha s whats whatshappened whathappe whatshappened
happened happe ed here You can get getthe getthe
the best clothes made at this thissale thissale hissale
I
sale for very little of the th r rthingit real reali rclthingit
thing thingit i it wouldn wouidnt ij > t do J you youharm any anyharm anyJ anyJharm I M
harm to look into the matter matterICHARDSON matterRICHARDSON matterR
RICHARDSON R ICHARDSON A AA ADAM ADAMA
5 A A CLOTHES CLO HES SHOP FOR MEN MENjft MENAtTheSw 1 EN ENAt
jft AtTheSw The Je Sign rrrrr rrrrrL
JJllb JJllbof THIS THISI72
0 of the L Fottr rour rourijm2 I
ijm2 MAIN STREET
HOPE IIUP ON 1ill8Es RES PR9BES IN hTMl UfAWCont1 hTMlContinued
Continued Cont1 u d from Page 1 1poor 1poor 1poor
poor he needed n eded food clothes cloth s and a ateam ateam ateam
team to get back to his camp He Hethought Hethousht Hethotxght
thought the other chiefs should con concede COJ1cede coflcede
cede him this much They did and I Igave Igave Igave
gave my m own team to the old felloe felloetogether t fellowtogether l1ow l1owtogether
together with a supply of food and andclothings andclothing andclothing
clothing clothingsMy clothing1IJ clothingMy
My 1IJ lease was signed by y every In Indian Indian Indiati ¬
dian present at the council including includingthe
the twentyone chiefs It gave me a alease alease alease
lease on the 480000 acres for ten years yearswith yearswith yearswith
with the option of renewing at the endof end endof endof
of that time I was to Rive the In Indians 111dlans Indians ¬
dians 10 per cent of the net proceeds proceedsof procecdof
of all the mines opened under the tholease thelease theiease
lease My lease was signed slgn d at 2 2oclock 2oclock
oclock in the afternoon and the allot allotment aUotment allotment ¬
ment of land to the Uncompahgres Uncompahgreswas
was agreed agre d to at 4 oclock of the aamft aamftday S11m asmeday
day becue The council closed with a bar barbecue barbecue barbecue 1
Opposition in Washington WashingtonI Was ington ingtonuJ
uJ I went at once to Washington to tosecure tosQCure tosecure
secure a ratification ratific ratlflcafion uon of my m treaty By BySecretary lhSacr bySecretary
Secretary Sacr tary of the Interior 1nt rlor Cornelius N NBliss NBUst NBliss
Bliss I found that my troubles were wereby wereby wereby
by no means over that I had people peopleto
to deal with more uncertain than the theIndians theIndhuls theIndiaiis
Indians I had won on the reserva reservation resenatiOH reservation ¬
tion but that was only onl part of tho thobattle thobattle thebattle
battle Secretary Bliss showed me a aletter aletter aletter
letter to him from George Q Cannon Cannonin
in which that gentleman said that the themen themen I
men at the head of my scheme wei weipoor wepoor weipoor
poor and ignorant and unable to swing swinga winga
a proposition worth from 50000000 to
100000000 Mr Bliss said he would wouldrecognize wouldrecognize wouldrecognize
recognize my claim before any other otheron
on th t the reservation but lie said he was wasgoing waSgoing wadgoing
going to resign that he did not like likethe Ukethe likethe
the work workBliss workBUss workBliss
Bliss resigned and Hitchcock came camein camein cainein
in and my lease was pigeonholed pigeonholedOne
One of the hardest workers against againstme
me was Dick who is now nowUnited nowUnited nowUnited
United States senator from Ohio He Hewas Hewas IIcwas
was a lobbyist then and a particular particularfriend particularfrl particularfriend
friend frl nd of H P Mytons MytonsI
I had not been long in Washingtonbefore Washingtonbefore Washington Washingtonbefore
before I discovered that I must have havehelp havehelp havehelp
help if I expected to win The pres pressure pressure pressure ¬
sure was too strong against me unless unlessI
I could secure the influence of men menhigh menhigh menhigh
high up in Washington A meeting meetingof
of a number of prominent men from fromNew fromNew fromNew
New York was arranged tc be held in inthe intheNanhattan Inthe
the theNanhattan Manhattan hotel in New York YorkCity YorkCity YorkCity
City and I Iwerit went over from Washingtort Washing Washington Vashlngtou ¬
ton to attend that meeting The re result result resuit ¬
sult of it was that I agreed to turn turnover turnover turnover
over a portion of my interests in ex exchange exchange excb ¬
change cb nga for help in getting my lease leaseratified leaseratified leaseratified
ratified by Secretary Hitchcock HitchcockJames HitchcockJames HitchcockJames
< < James S Sherman Warren Hooker HookerJudge HookerJudge HookerJudge
Judge H C Henderson and William WilliamWard WllliamWard WilliamWard
Ward were to give their assistance assistanceThey assistanceThe assistanceThey
They The were all congressmen from New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York at the time Sherman was the thechairman thechairman thechairman
chairman of the committee on Indian Indianaffairs Indianaffairs Indianaffairs
affairs and for f r that reason had much muchinfluence muchinfluence muchinfluence
influence Others became interested interestedlater interestedlater Interestedlater
later Among these were Judge Tho Thoman Thoman Thoman
man of Chicago Postmaster General GeneralHenry GeneralHenry GeneralHenry
Henry C Payne and Colonel George GeorgeF
F Timms The New York parties partiesorganized partiesoranized partiesorganized
organized the Florence Mining com company compan cornpany ¬
pany pan
panyThe < < The upshot of the fthole hole matter matterwas matterwas matterwas
was that my lease was never ratified ratifiedby ratifiedby ratifldby
by the secretary of the interior bat batwhen btwhen batwhen
when the law passed providing for the theopening theopening theopening
opening of the Ulntah reservation 540 540acres 540acres 540acr
acres acr of consecutive consecutlvemineral mineral ground In Inthe Inthe inthe
the reservation was to ge given the theFlorence theFlorence theFlorence
Florence Mining company before the theopening theopening theopening
opening It is not easy e sy for me to torecognize torecognize torecognize
recognize the justice of this arrange arrangement arrangement arrangement ¬
ment If the matter is ever opened up upfor upfor upfor
for investigation there will be some somedisgraceful somedisgraceful somedisgraceful
disgraceful revelations revelationsOperations r revelationsOperations velationsOp
Operations Op rations of Raven Company CompanyThe
The basis for the special privilege privilegegiven prlvilesegiven privilegegiven
given the Raven Mining company is isequally Iscquau 15equally
equally flimsy in the minds mindsoC of those thoseconversant t thoseconversant 05e 05econversant
conversant with the facts Judge JudgeJ JudgeJT J JT JT
T McConnell secured a leasq on a atract atract atract
tract of land fifteen miles square cast castof castof eastof
of Strawberry and south of the Du Duchesne Duchesne Duchesne
chesne in what ha t Is known as the Indian IndianCreek IndianCreek IndianCreek
Creek cguntry CQuntlyJudge Judge McConnell l cConnell was wasunable wasunable wasunable
unable to comply with wl h the terms of ofhis ofhis ofhis
his lease because of Ofa a lack of capital capitalHis c capitalHis vila1 vila1His
His lease le se lapsed but some friendstbok friendstbokhold fllendstbokhold
hold of the matter the he American AmericanAsphalt AmericanAsphalt AmericanAsphalt
Asphalt company was W interested and andthe andthe andtiic
the McConnell lease was w revived Then Thenthe Thenthe Thenthe
the AmericanAsphalt company ompan went wenton wenton wenton
on the rocks after experimenting ex extensively extensvebwith cxtensively ¬
tensively tensvebwith with gikonite Private persons per perMcConnell perSons
sons sot hUd of ofth the matter and JudgeMcConnell Judge I
McConnell was bought out These Tht e men mengot mengot mengot
got seven Indians down to Washington Washingtonand Yashlngtonand
and had them sign a alease lease to take the theplace theplace theplace
place of the McConnell lease and andthtS andthtSwas this thiswas tht thtwas
was ratified by the secretary of the theinterior theInterior theinterior
interior although the law says the theIndians theIndians theIndians
Indians must sign in open Council < T onthe On Onthe > n nthe
the reservation reserv t1on Matters were in this thisshape thisshape thisshape
shape when thebill the bill opening the reser reservation reservation reservatlon ¬
vation came c came me before congress The TheRaven TheRa TheRaven
Raven Ra ven people were given the right to tolocate tolocate tolocate
locate 100 hydrocarbon claims because becauseof
of their lease Their rIght to locate Is Isconfined Isconfinea Isconfined
confined to the fifteen square miles milesI milecovered milescovered
I covered by Judge McConnells original originallease originalease originallease
lease ease but ut they are said to have been beenprospecting beenprospecting beenprospecting
prospecting over the entire reservation reservationand
and their title to any locations outside outsideof
of the prescribed territory will be con contested contested contested ¬
tested in the courts courtsIt CQurtsIt ccuirtsIt
It is also claimed now that the Raven Ravenpeople Ravenpeople Ravenpeople
people and the Florence people p opte are the thesame thesame theSame
same same that th t while the Florence FIQr lee people peoplehave peoplehave peoplehave
have no right to locate lo ate hydrocarbon hydrocarbonground hYdroarbonroUpd hydroarboaground
ground and the Raven people have 1ave no noright norlSht noright
right to locate precious metal claims claimsthey claimsthey claimsthey
they are so situated that they thcymaY may ex exchange exchange cxchange ¬
change if any location is contcsted IscontestedIt contcstedIt
It is a1so claimed that tl1 t as ai the original originallaw orlglnallaw originallaw
law provided for the opening of the thereservation t thereservation e eresenaUon
reservation Oct 1 1903 and the Flor ¬
ence and Raven people under the law lawwere lawwere lawwere
were required to make all their loca locations locations localions ¬
tions thirty thilt days prior to the opening openingand openingand openingand
and that this means thirty days prior priort i
t 16 < 5 Oct 1 190uJ Whatever r the outcome outcomeit
it reasonably Is certain that litigation litigationwill lIUsaUonwill litigationwill
will follow folio the actual opening of the thereservation thereseryatlon thereservation
reservation reservationThe reseryatlonThe
The Sylvanite company is another anotherinstitution anotherinstitution anotherinstitution
institution that will claim a slice of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the reservation r crvation This Th company is ismade 15made ismade
made up of F W W r C Hathenbruek A AC AC AC
C Hatch John Austin Charles Carter Carterand Carterand Carterand
and Monte Roberts The claim of thisompan this thiscompany thiscompany
company ompan is based upon the original originallease orl originallease nal nalleas
lease of Mr Ir Hathenbruck to 180000 480000a 180000acres I800O0acres
acres a < res The contention is made that thatthis thatthis thatthis
this claim will 111 be bcsustainNl sustained by the law lawunder Jn Jnunder Iaivunder
under which the reservation is to be beopened b boprn bopened
opened openedJeorgt oprn openedGoorg > d dGorgt
Jeorgt F Timms who is the vice vicepresident viceprsidl1t vicepresident
president of the Florence J < Mining lIinlngcom lIinlngcompal1 com company cornpatly ¬
pany pal1 is now in n the reservation l erttion looking lookingafter looldna lookingafter
after a > r the Interests Inl rests of his company It Itis ItIs Itis
is hinted that while a great deal of ofprospecting ofprospecting ofprospecting
prospecting has been b en done by the therepresentatives th threpn therepresentatives
representatives repn stntativos of the Raven and tim the theFlorence th thloren thFlorence
Florence loren c they have haY thus far ar failed to tolocate tolocate tolocate
locate the most valuable mineral Il1inertll land landin landIn landin
in the reservation reservationWIND resenrnUonWIND reservationa
=
a WIND RIVER RESERVE RESERVEWyoming RESERVEWyoming RESERVEWyoming
Wyoming Delegation Trying ryjng to Have Haveit J1aveIt
it Opened Up UpSpecial UpSpecial UpSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldWashington Huraldto IcraldWashington
Washington 5hll fr frO O Feb e i 2 2Senutor i Senator tiu t AVnrrpn AVnrrpntoday Vargntoday Jn 1 1features
today to introduced cC a hillin iil In all essentialfeatures O essential ssentla1features
features identical IdEutlcaIwlth with that of Kcprot Rp flepreii flepreiitittive h htatlve n nttttic
tatlve Mondell providing for the oiJenihfr oiJenihfrto OICnlhto
to settlement of the Shoshone > or Wind WindRiver WindRRsr VtndRhsr
River reservation In Wyoming Vomhl War Warrens YarrtnR Varrcns ¬
rens bill omits the provision Inserted InsertedIn
In the th Mondell bill by the hoti Indian Indiancommittee Indiancommittee Indiancommittee
committee giving to II Boyson Bo son of lows lowspreference Iowapreference o oJlr
preference Jlr < flrln < c right to locate 610 acr acres s of min mineral mlnral mm mmoral ¬
oral < < ral land on the reservation r lrUtfon to be located locatedIn locat < tJ tJJn
In advance of Q the public opening It also alsoomits aloomit alsoomits
omits the th prbvislqn Inserted by the th house houseIndian houseIndian houseIndian
Indian committee declaring that Wyoming WyomingWater Wyomingater ominE ominEvntr
Water ater laws shall not operate to secure securewater SMurcwtitcor securewater
water rights having haifn priority to those of ofnif ornHmbrs ofniimbrs
nif nHmbrs mb < rs of o the trib tribe r of Shonhone ShQl 11On Indians Indiansuntil InellansunUI Indiansuntil
until such su < h Utn imn as the United States Stat s shall shallbae shalllae shalllavc
bae perfected allotments to the Ul Slioshone SlioshoneIndians 5110shoneIndIans SlioshoneIndians
Indians and completed the necessary steps stepsund stepstinder tcP tcPundr
und tinder < r law 5j to seeure the desired deslr < d water wsilerright watcrI waterrJght
right for such allotments The > Mil as asintroduced nsIntroduced asintroduced
introduced by Warren and which will willprobably wnIIron willirohabb
probably Iron a b b be reported favorably from tho thoIndian thetudlun
I Indian 111 < 11011 committee commit Is i a mcasuro nionsurq which tho thoentire thoentire theentire
entire Wyoming V ontnJ delegation sacks to have havopa 113QP havePihICd
pa P PihICd < UUItd 8e4 to provide a method and time timctot for foropening forponlig
fl opening pon hi t the he rcservatloii fcBC reserva rr IiUP ion il RcnreachtaUve RcnreachtaUveMjppmletl RcirI8en t aUVt aUVtJpJlllcII lie lieMililileil
Mjppmletl who has charge of thn btlj Inh Jn hitlijujIo
I tlijujIo h JmJ1 = ifi ilQJ5if1l hgJ of of ir5I l 1 Ito t1ffJSi pasS pasSnic
8 nic lIt 1iat 1d ilJ iutlie tlu tomiiig tomiiigwccl o 1t k kq
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U I1ADCONSUL DCONSUl WOODMfN Of Tft WIORD ORJ1DISlb IS ILL
3 <
i 1
J Head Consul F A Falkenb Falkenburg F r
Word was received in this tht city yes yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
terday that Head Consul F A Falken Falkenburg Falkenburg Falkenburg ¬
burg of the Woodmen of the World is isill Isill isill
ill at Los Angeles and the attending attendingphysicians attendingphysIcians attendingphysicians
physicians have given up expecting his hisrecovery hisrccovery hisrCcovery
rccovery He Is well known in Salt Lake Lakeand Lakeand Lakeand
and throughout the intermountain nnd nndPacific nndPacIfIc andPacific
Pacific coast states statesIn statesIn statesIn
In connection with the late General GeneralF
F A Browning he organized the Paci Pacific Pacific Padfle ¬
fic jurisdiction jurlsd ctlon of the Woodmen of the
BOSTON AND PORTLAND MAY SOON SOONTALK SOONTALK SOONTALK
TALK OVER ONE STRETCH OF WIRE
President Preldmt George Gcor e Y Wallace VraUaeo of the theRocky theRock theRocky
Rocky Rock lIOuntaln Mountain Bell Bel Telephone Telephorc company companyreturned companyreturned companyreturned
returned yesterday csteray from Boston where wherehe where11e wherelie
he spent 1pentthe the greater gater part of the past three threeweeks threeweek threeweeks
weeks week In consultation consulaton with the officials officialsof
of the American Telephone Telegraph Telegraphcompany Telegph Telegphcmpany Telegraphcompany
company cmpany the parent paent organization organizton of the thelocal thelocal thelocal
local company When hen asked ake If It was wastrue wastrue wastrue
true that tat a combination combinaton of all 1 the Bell Belltelephone Bel Belltelephone
telephone companies of the country countI was wascontemplated wa wascontemplated
contemplated contemplate as a stated in eastern catern papers papershe papr papersbe
he said saidI sd sdsaw
I saw those statements back east eat and andIn ad adIn aridIa
In reply repl will w1 say s that at present prc lrt fifty fiftyone rJt rJtcno fiftyone
one per cent of all the thBeh Bell companies In Inthe Inthe inthe
the United Cnitc States Slte are ae united unle and have havebeen havebee havebeen
<
been bee for several seeral ycans yearssethat1 can othatyl othatl do not notsee 1ot 1otsee notsee
see why wb there thOe should be b any discussion discussionof lscussi scussionor n nof
of the matter mater at this time timePerhaps tme tmePerhaps timePerhaps
Perhaps It was intended to mean that thatthe thatthe hatthc
the main organization orgnizaton was was preparing pr parJng to totake totake totake
take in all the small tmal Bell B I companies cmpanies In Intho Intho Inie
tho ie various states was w S suggested sugg stcd
Sentiment Sentment expressed xpfesEcd by y members thCmbers of the thehouse thehouso thehouse
house and senate gives give feround round for the thebelief thebollaf
belief bole that t dt hitrd krd rd figjSJt frg1 rrg will ijihl J b b bathrnte wma t < < Je on onthe onthe onthe I
the state land board bill bi before it will wi be bepermitted bePCIllte bepermitted
permitted PCIllte to pass In its jtspreort present form
Opposition Ooslton is based bpaed largely largely on the feeling feeUns
that th t the new UEwbi bill was wa drafted for the he specml spe specie ¬
rfed sPO
cie cml benefit beneft of Jamesf JamesI H Anderson of
Salt Lake LakeAnderson Lke Lkenderson LakeAnderson
Anderson Is the th man m n slated In theminds the theminds theminds
minds of the knowing knQw1ngones ones one for the posi ¬
lion ton of secretary ccJetar knjYr of ote jihe the land lnd board to tosucceed tosuccee tosucceed
succeed succee Byron Groo The hc DI bill how in the he
house hou e provides plovicfQr for air Increase n rease In the thesalary thesalary theSalary
salary of the secretary cQirJfrom from SlSOO lS I9i to 421tO 421tOa 24t 2wo 2woa > o oa
a year Inaddition InJaddltt to this the secretary s crctar
is made ade the custodian of all al the securi securities seurl seurltes seuurities ¬
ties tes of o th board amounting amduntng to jnore ore
than than 1000000 100 at this time tml In addition additionto
additon additont
to t all l this the governor Is iHclmlUted eliminated from fromthc fromilicbenrtI rom romih
thc ih ilicbenrtI botmi boun tJ1s altogether JtogcthCr and the number numb r of ofcommissioners otc ofcOmmissioners
commissioners c Is to be b reduced duccd to threo threoPULITZER threoPULITZER
qreo qreoPULTZER
PULTZER PULITZER MUST MUStOIE MUSt DIE DE FIRST FIRSTEstablishment FIST I IEstbls
Establishment Estbls ent of the S School ol of Jour Journalism J Yournalism ouI ¬
nalism Deferred Defeled Until Untl Foun Founders Fou Pounders ¬
ders Demise Demiseew
Demse Demseew
ew York Feb 2 2Te 2The The Tribune will wi to tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow say ay that the actual establish establishment establsh establshment establishmeat ¬
ment of the te School of Journalism Jouralsm at Co ¬
lumbia l mbia university un1er8It which Joseph Pulitzer Pulitzerendowed Pultzer Pultzerendowed Pulitzerendowed
endowed will wil 0 be oe deferred dererrd until unti the don donors c1onors donors ¬
ors death de th The Tribune Trbune publishes vublshes a let letter letter letter ¬
ter from a correspondent asking If i the therumor therumor therumor
rumor Is true that the the president of Co Columbla Columbia Celunibia
lumbla lumbia could not agree agr with wih jlJ the he donor as asto asto asto
to the advisory board suggested by Mr MrPulitzer MrPultzer MrPulitzer I
Pulitzer Pultzer which l comprised such men as asPresident asPresident asPresident
President Eliot Iot Whitclaw Yhlda Reid Andrew AndrewD AndrcJ ndrevD I
D White hle and John Hay and that in con consequence consequence ¬
sequence seuenc of this the th < project had been de delayed dela delaye4 ¬
layed la c4 by b tho bencfactpr b The Tribune Tribunewill Tibune TribunePulitzer
will 11 say sayJosepll sayJosepll
Josepll Pulitzer Pultzer 1s spending the winter winterat
at Jekil Jek lfsland Island Bradford Merrill man ¬
cia Ial manager mana erof of the World felt author authorized ¬
ized IzCd In his hisabsence absence absllce to make the following followingstatement folowing folowingsttement followingstatement
statement sttement to the Tribune TribuneOriginally TribuneOriginally
Originally Orginaly It I was the Intention Intenton o ot the thefounder thefounder thefounder
founder to have Columbia university unlvri pro proceed proceed proceed ¬
ceed with wih the establishment estblshment of the College Collegeof Colege Colegeor
of Journalism Tournalm at once There arose some somedifferences somOdifferences somedifferences
differences of opinion with President Prehelt But Butlor Butlor ButIcr
lor as to the founders right rght to constitute constitutethe consttute consttutethe
the advisory advisoI board This Thhfwa was wa the original originalBLOOD originalBLOOD originalBLOOD
BLOOD KILLLS GERMS GERMSGood GERMSGood GERMSGood
Good Blood Made by Good Food FoodIf Fo FodIf d dIf
I
If one can n surely 5ur ly turn food into good goodrod goodrod goodrod
rod blood it i will wl combat < < any and every everydiacasc everydbeuse everydisease
disease known and conquer loQquer completely completelymore completey completeylore
more lore tmes times than the disease discac will wil win winAny wInAily vlnAny
Any physician will wI tell tel you that good goodrich goodrih goodrich
rich rih blood IJhyslchll and plenty of It i is the e heat Tjestgermiuido 1cst 1cstgermioido heatgermicide
germicide known ImowJ and surely and safely safelycures safelycures afcl afclCUICS
cures disease when medicines fall so sothe sothe sothe
the effort forl of the doctor is to give giv food foodthat fopdthatdsests foodthat
that thatdsests digests and quickly makes rc blood bloodNo bloQ boqNq
No food ever discovered will wi do this thisasj thisa thisai
asj a ai certainly as GrapeNuts Grap NutS which is ispredigested isp ispredigested
predigested p at the pure food factories factoriesvherelt factorieswhereit s swhereltls
whereltls vherelt is made madeOne madeOneor madeOneof
One Oneor of the many illustrations iuttratons is that thator that thatof thatof
of tuberculosis t which refuses to yield yieldto ield ieldto
to medicine medicne must give way to good goodblood goodIJJood goodblood
blood A man from Philadelphia Philadelphiawrites Philadelphiawites Philadelphiawrites
writes writesI c ctI <
tI I have been fighting fightng tuberculosis for forsome ftr ftrsome forsome
some years and with wih a weak wclt stomach stomachwas
was logins I ing ground slowly every year yer I Ihad II IIh Ihad
had h d trleU ttl d air ahikinds kindsof kinds of food and finally finallygo finaly
go Jof sofar so far along aion with ith the disease dls ase that thatmy 1hat 1hatmy thatmy
my stomach liver lver kidneys bowels bvels and andlungs andIUng andlungit I
lungs were w re affected afected My stomach got gotto gotto gotto
to a point where itwould i it would retain r taln no food foodbut foodbut J
but pcptonizfd milk mi > and a d I was down downto i ito Ito
to 90 lbs In weight The doctors doctor said saidabout saidabout saidabout
about two years ago that I had but a amonth amonth amonth
month or two more to live lve About that thattime thattme thattime
time tme I was wa put on 01 GrapeNuts GrapeNut and andcream undrcm andcream
cream < rcm It I never showed the first firt sign signof algnor signof
of coming cming up but agreed agred from the start startand strt strtndin startind
and ndin in a few days I began b gan to orcel feel In Increased Increased increased ¬
creased creased strength so o 1 I kept on with Wlt the t1C theresult j jresult
result that that the healthy hcalh blood has driv driven driven drlvCfl ¬ I
en the disease frpm frQl fr m every organ of ofiny efixiy
iny body bod except e cpt the lungs and is slow slowI nioily i ily
ly I drivingit from from them I have gained gainedI gainedgreatly I
I greatly sreat in vitality ylaliy and strength and andl andndded andadded I
l added 20 2 lbs to my weight If I I can cankeep cailkeep n nk
keep k p on HP l I have been 1 It seems se sedma ms clear clearthat ch clearibM ar arUu
that Uu ibM i 1 will getentirely well Cl ell thanks tha tp toold
gcteQr y
rpId old t Oazp x Na Nattpehose work workmad sorknia4
mad nia4 tqopeible 1Y bS twto f fQk II could dhCit dtge dtgeNinic I
Ninic r ilc given 11 i 1 4en 4enTflT
01 TflT T TI
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World after afer the Modern lI dern Woodmen of ofAmerica ot ofAmerica
America had declined to take tke jurisdic jurisdiction jurl juridiction di diton
tion ton over the western states statesSeveral statesSeveral statesSeveral
Several years year ago Mr Falkcnburgs Falkcnburgshealth Falkcnburgshealh Falkenburgshealth
health healh began to fail fal and his physician physiciandiagnosed physiciandiagnosed physiciandiagnosed
diagnosed his trouble as Brights dis disease disEase dlsease ¬
ease Ease He was as taken to Los Angeles Angelestwo Angelestwo Angelestwo
two weeks ago in the hope that the themild themid themild
mild mid climate clinate of that tat city ciy might give givehim givehim givehim
him a a renewed lease of life lfe but the thechange thechange thechange
change has done no good
As to that Iknor Ikn nothing and I do donot donot donot
not see the necessity necity r of taking takln them in inwhen Inwhen inwhen
when we already alreay have fiftyone fifyone per cent centYou centor centof
or the companIes workln working as one pr bod bodYou body
You may mu say s this though tha at the themeeting themeetn themeeting
meeting meetn in Boston there was a discus discussion discussion discusslon ¬
sion as to the completion completon of a long dis distance distance distance ¬
tance line lnl by bymeans means pf r which hich the two twocoasts twocoats twocoasts
coasts coats could bo b brought together tog ther At Atpresent Atpr Atpresent
present pr ent the western wester end n of the eastern easternIons ea easternlong tern ternlong
long distance line Un is at t Culbcrtaon Culberton Neb Neband Neband Neband
and the eastern eaten end nd of the te western Ions
distance line lno is at Sterling St rUng Golo Clo Gob The
distance between these thee points poInt is JCH 1Q miles milesand mies miesand miXesand
and it I is not unlikely unUk h that they thl will wi be beconnected beconnected beconnected
connected before long lon We hilve h ve aN asplen asplendid a splen splendid splendid ¬
did long distance service ervicaU all through this thiswestern tblswestern thiswestern
western country count and and an when hen the line lne Is Iscompleted Js Iacompleted
completed between Sterling Sterlng and Culbert Culbertson Culbertson Culbertsoli
son there will wi be a through thrugh stretch from fromPortland fromportanl fromPortland
Portland portanl to o Boston Boton and andthat that means mons to all allIntermediate al allintermediate
pany lJln Intermediate Interme operates < iat points pints where the Bell Bcl com company cm cmlJln coinjany ¬ I
HAND OF FUSSY c JIMMY IS SEEN SEENIN SEENI SEENINPENDING
j
IN I INPENDING PENDING STATE LAND BOARD BILL BltLI i
instead of five t as as at present present including j
the governor goCrnor goCrnorOh governorOn 1 1Oh
Oh Its Jt face the proposed new newlaw law would wouldresult wouldresul wouldresult i
result resul In a financial fnancial saving to the state state
The salary sallI of 2100 0 to be paid the score secretary seorctar scoretary ¬ II
tary tar and the 3000 to be paid the th three threecommissioners thre threecomiiilssioners
I
commissioners commlsloncr would make makoa an annual annualsalary annualsalary
salary Balar expense of 3400 40 400 in addition additon to the theamount th thamount theamount
amount paid the regular office force forcewhich forcewhich forcewhich I
which It I may m be assumed asumed will wU not be bechanged bocllanged bechanged
changed Inder tnder the present law the sec secretary se seeretary ¬
retar retary receives 1800 80 and an the four com commissioners commlssioners ¬ I
missioners missioner receive 1200 each ech making the theannual theanual theannual
annual anual expense 6600 g6 600 This T l shows hqw u u sav saving saving saytag ¬
tag ing of 51200 n2 a year yearThe yearThe yearThe
The supposition suopositon Is that Governor Goveror Cutler Cutlerwill CUter CUterwi Cutlerwill
will wi make no appointments to positions I > osltons on onthe onthl onthe
the landboard landbard for or some sme time tme even should shouldthe shouidthe shouldthe
the bill bi pass pas In a few days das Whether any anyof anyof anyof
of the present prsent members Temers will w1 be retained retainedor
or whether a a clean clcn sweep will w1 be made is isa 15n isa
a question queston In which mariy mar3 aspiring states statesmen statesmen statesmep ¬
men men are now deeply interested just now nowcause nowcause nowcause
cause of delay That difference dlferenee does not notnow notnow notnow
now exist exist Mr 11 Pulitzer Pultze is alone responsi ¬
ble bl for the present preent delay dOla He aone regretted regetted it itat i itat
at first but In the time that has elapsed
he has come to believe that in this case
cse
delay was not dangerous but on the con contrary contrary contrary ¬
trary fortunate fortunateHis fortunateHis fortunatellis
His present determination deteninaUon Is that the theactual theactual theactual
actual establishment establhmcnt of the College Colee of ofJournalism orournalsm ofJournalism
Journalism death deathREPRIEVE deathR ournalsm shall shal be postponed until unti his hisdeath hisdeath hisdeath
i I
REPRIEVE R EPRI EVE FOR MARY MARYROGERS MARYROGERS MARYROGERSUNTIL
ROGERS ROGERSUNTIL UNTIL JUNE JUNEWatcrbury JUNEWatcrbu JUNEWaterbury
Waterbury Watcrbu Vt Feb Feb2Mrs 2 2Mr Mrs Mary MaryRogers Maryrtogers la
Rogers who was as to have been hanged hangedtomorrow haned hangedtomorrow
tomorrow tomorow for torth the murder of her husband husbandhas hURbandhoo husbandha
has hoo ha been reprieved reprlee d until 111UI June The guy governor 10 guyernor ¬
ernor enor said sId the he reprieve was granted l3tc In Inorder Incrdcr Inorder
order crdcr that opportunity p portnlt might be b given givenfor givenfor n nfor
for a a now trial
BILL BILL P PROVOKED PROVOKEDLIVELY PROVOKEDLIVELYUEBA1E OVOK O OLIVELY
LIVELY LIVELYUEBA1E LIVELYUEBA1ESpecial DEBATE DEBATESpecial O B E ESpecia
Specia Special Mail Mai Facilities FacIites Again Agi Won the theDay te teDay theDay
Day DayPELD DayflEWD DayFIElDDAYIN
PELD FIElDDAYIN DAY IN THE THt HOUSE HOUSEMR
8 8MR
MR BAKER BAKER DELIVERED D OF A FEW FEWREMARKS FElREMARKS FEWREMARKS
REMARKS REMARKSWashington REMARKSWashingon REMARKSWashington
Washington Washingon Feb 2 2Through Through an ob objection obj ohjection ¬
jection j clon by b Mr Esch of Wisconsin Visnsin unan unanimous unnJm9us unanImous ¬
imous consent ensent nfnt wag w wa refused efused Mr Mr Wil Williams wu wuIams Wilhams ¬
hams Iams of Mississippi Missisppi the minority minoriy lead leader leader leadet ¬
er to withdraw wihdraw the minority minori minoritfeport raport Iepor on onthe onthe onthe
the bill bl to regulate reglate freight frel ht rates as well wellas wel wellas
as to amend the bill presented preseted by iw b the theminority theminoriy theminority
minority minoriy in connection connecton theJI therewith so as asto a at asto
to t declare private car lines lnes and and re ¬
frigerator frilcrtor car lines lnes common carriers carrierssubject carriersSubject
crrers crrerssubject
subject to the provisions of the intqr intqrstate intqrstate lnt r rState
state commerce act actFollowing act actFollowing
Following Folowing the passage passge of a a number of
bills bUs of minor minr Importance ImportancE the post postoffice Jst Jstofce postoffice
office ofce appropriation appropraton bill bi was again
taken up and discussion discu sion of the subject subjectof
of special mail mal facilities facites was resumed resumedAre reun1edAre resumedAre
Are Really Realy Subsidies SubsidiesIn
In supporting suppring the provision Mr MrRichardson lJrRlcharson 31rRichardson I
Richardson Rlcharson of Alabama Alabam took issue with withthe withthe withthe
the statement of oC Mr Moon 1foon of Tennes Tennessee T Teflnessee lincs ¬
see made yesterday 3estera that it was a south southem southera outhen1
em railway raiway subsidy demand who ho want wanted vanted ant anted ¬
ed special mail facilities facUtes and inquired inquiredof
of Mr 1lr Moon 1loon If he by b3 implication implicationcharged ImpUcaton ImpUcatonchaged implicationcharged
charged chaged that those favoring the Idea ide
did so because it was a gift Sif to the
Southern railway raiway
Mr Moon disdained disdaied to answer answ r but
instead yielded 3ielde five minutes to Mr lH
Hamlin of Missouri Mifur who in denouncing
the appropriation apprpriaton said sid it i meant simply
the hurrying hurng of patent medicine meicine adver ¬
tisements tsement to the southern suthern states sttes
Messrs 1fessr Morris 1Iors of Nebraska Nebrka Finley of
South Carolina Carolia and Mcn Macon of Arkansas Arkansasspoke Arkanss Arkanssspke Arkansasspoke
spoke spke in a similar simiar vein ein the formerin formern formerineetiiig ¬
jecting1 j Ung some humor into Int the dl discussion usslon i iby
by stating statng that if the Southern South6r railway railwaywas rJwa railwaywas I Ias
was as an eleemosynary eleemosynar institution insttuton the theappropriation te teapproprIaton theappropriation
appropriation approprIaton might be called cale philan philanthropy philanthropy ¬
xhUan xhUanthropy
thropy If It was a bankrupt bankrupt it might
be called charity chariy and if I It I was a re ¬
ligious corporation it might be called calleda
a contribution contribuUtn for missionary purposes purposesBill purposesBill u poses posesBi
Bill Bi Full Ful of Them ThemMr Themlfr ThemMr
Mr lfr Overstreet Overtet of Indiana Indiana in in closing closingi
i the debate declared that any man who
voted for the bill on its Is passage was wascompelled wa wacompeled wascompelled
compelled compeled to vote ote for subsidies because becausethe beaue beauethe becausethe
the bill bi was full ful of them themGentlemen themGenUemen themGentlemen
Gentlemen he said cannot cnnot afford affordto aff Ic
to take tke umbrage umbrag at the word sub subsidy subsid sqbsly ¬
sly sidyThen sid slyThen
Then hen turning to Mr Morris of Ne Nebraska Nebraska Nobraska ¬
braska who yesterday moved to strike strikeout strikeout strikeout
out the provision for special facilities facilitiesMr facUtc facilitiesMr
Mr 1r Overstreet reminded reinded him that every everyrural everyrral everyrural
rural rral free delivery delher route rute was a subsidy subsidyThe subsld subsldTI1e subsitlyThe
The motion moton of Mr Morris Mors to strike strlce out outthe outthe outthe
the provision was defeated de ated 77 to lIt 115Eruption 15 15Eruption lItEruption
Eruption of Baker BakerMr Baker1r BakerMr
Mr 1r Baker of New 1 < w York demanded demandedtellers demandedteler demandedtellers
tellers teler He could muster only ten sup auppurlers supfrlers supprters
purlers frlers cmong r them thEm Mr Williams wnUas of ofMississippi ofllssisslppl ofMississippi
Mississippi llssisslppl the minority leader Find Finding Finding FIndbig ¬
ing that tellers teles had been refused retted Mr MrBaker 1r 1rBak MrBaker
Baker Bak r shaking hakirg his fist at those thos Demo Democrats Demoerat Democrats ¬
crats who had rot voted with him and andraising andrisng andraising
raising risng his voice voice to the highest pitch pitchshouted pith pithshouted pitchshouted
shouted That Is the way w to to tokill kill ki ths thsj th thDemocratc thDemocratic
Democratic Democratc party His utterancepro utteranceproi uterance utterance pro provoked proyoked
voked laughter laughterMr laughterMr laughterMr
Mr Baker Baer attacked atacked the Democratic Democraticparty D Dbmcrratlcparty m eratc eratcpartjand
party partjand and Judge Parker its is candidate candidatelast
last year jer He said sd the Republican Republicanparty Relu1Ucn Relu1Ucnpaty Republicanparty I
party paty was 8 showing showing today the shrewdest shrewdestpolitics shrewdestpolitics
politics poltcs it ever showed Jt I is he said sai saidamid I
amid a n storm Ntor of Republican Republcn applause applausegiving arplause arplausegving aplausegiving
giving gving rope rop to the southern Democrats Democratsand Dem ort
and they are hanging themselves themseles themselesBe thernelvesHe t
He declared that t1t the only reason reaon that thatthe tat tatthe thatthe
the Democrats Demorts were members member of f the theparty theparty
party was wa because becaue of the negro nego ques question question question ¬ I
tion Referring to toJudse Judge Parker Mr MrBaker MrBaker r rBaer
Baker Baer spoke of bl nun as a having halg been beenfisted 1ee heeni1sted
fisted lsted on the party paty by men like lke those thosewhosupported tose tosewhosupported thosewhosupported
whosupported this subsidy subsidyRyans subsidyy subsidyRyans
Ryans y ns Southern Trip TripMr TriplIr TripMr
Mr Baker Bakel said sid that Thomas F Ryan Ryanwent Ra Ryanwent
went into the southern states mates and told toldthe toldthe toldthe
the Democrats Democrat that th t Bryan had prevent prevented pr eot eotcd ¬
ed the Democratic Democratc party from winning winningfor wnnin wnnintor winningfor
for eight elght years JearS saying Come with withand iis iisand Usand
and we will wil deliver delver the goods goodsOther gods godsOther goodsOther
Other monopolists monopolsts of the Democratic Democraticparty Democratc Democratcparty Democraticparty
party sang sang the he same song and the te tesouthern thesouthern
southern Democrats listened lstened and be became became
came responsible respnsible for the results resuls of the thelast thelast
last lat election electionJ electon
I J Do > o you mean to denounce Judge JudgeParker
Parker as a monopolist monopolst 7 asked asket Mr MrPou 1r MrPou
Pou of North Carolina CarolinaI Carolna
1 say responded Mr 1r Baker that thatJudge thatJudge thatJudge
Judge Parkers Prkers candidacy was initiated initiatedand ntiate
and manipulated maipulated by monopolists monopolistsWhen monopolst monopohistsWhen
When Mr Baker concluded the house housevoted hone honevoted housevoted
voted down a motion moton to strike cut ut the theprovision theI
I provision provh on for special spe < in facilities faliUes from fromj frm frmI fromKansas
j Kansas City to Newton Kan KanJ
J On a point of crder the provision of ofI
45000 450 to be paid to the Oceanic Steam stea Steamship i ihip
I hip company for carrying caring mails mais to toTahiti toTahiti toTahiti
Tahiti was stricken out outAfter outa outAfter
After a protracted debate an amend amendment amendment amendment ¬
ment was as agreed ageed to allowing alOWln g > 45tCOO 49 out outof outor outof
of the appropriation apprpraton for transporting transportingforeign transportng transportngforeig transportipgforeign
foreign foreig mails mais for carrying car 1 the mails
from rr m San Franoisoo F nWSQ to io Tahiti EhitI h h under iuidercontract undercontract er ercontacL
contract contacL t
Reciprocity Discussion DiscussionMr
Mr Payne of New York challenged challengedsome chalenged
some Sme figures fgures given by Ovorstreet re regarding re regarding ¬ i
garding grdllg the te trade trde with Cuba and them thoreby ther themby
by b provoked prouked a n brief discussion discusson o f the thesubject thosubj thesubject
subject subj t of reciprocity recIproci treaties teates Reply Replying ReplyIng Replylag ¬
ing to questions qestons Mr 1r Payne openly as asserted a asserted ¬
serted that he did not know of any anycountry ay ayc anycountry
country c unt1 that was WUS ready rady to make a fair fairand fairand fklrand
and equitable reciprocity rclprity treaty trat with withthe withthe lh lhthe
the United States Consideration Considerton of the thepostotllee te tepostomce thepostotilce
postotllee bill bU was not completed Dur During Durin During ¬
ing in the day bills bih was passed as fol follows tollows follows ¬
lows lowsAmending lowsAmending lowsAmending
Amending the law laW so as a to reduce the theamount theamount theamount
amount of bend required of agents agent act acting actIng actlag ¬
ing for fr consignees cnsigne on imported goods goodsproviding god goodsproviding
providing for or the construction constructon of irri irrigation irrigton irrigation ¬
gation gton and reclamation reclamaton works In cer certain certin cerlain ¬
lain tin lakes and rivers rlers in Oregon Oregn and ad Cal California Ca California ¬
ifornia granting grtng certain lands within withinthe withinthe withinthe
the Flathead Flatead Indian reservation reseratol Mon Montana Muntna Montttna ¬
tana tna to certain Catholic societies siete for forreligious forrelgious forreligious
religious relgious purposes purpose authorizing an anAmerican anAmericn anAmerican
American Americn register rgster for the steam light lighter 1ght 1ghter ¬
er Pioneer at Honolulu HonoluluAt
At 5 oclock the the house adjourned adjournedIN adourned adournedIN adjournedIN
IN THE COURTS COURTSSuit
Suit was wa begun begn yesterday yeterdy in the thedistrict thedistrict
te tedistrict
district court by Mrs 115 Anna Kolitsi Kolitsiagainst KoUtzaginst KolitZagainst
against aginst Thomas Thoma M L Wllshons Vishons For FOFcauso Fo Focause Forcause
cause of action aton she asserts asrs that she and andthe andthe andthe
the defendant entered into Ilto a a contract contractby contrct contrctb contractby
by b the terms of which he was bound to tofurnish tolurnish tofurnish
furnish the material and build buid her a ahouse a ahouse
house at 230 South Suth Fifth Flth East street streetand strqt streetand
and she obligated oblgted herself to pay 2890 2890The 2890The 890 890The
The building buidIng was to be constructed cnstructed ac according accoring according ¬
cording coring to the plans Ians and specifications specificationsof speeifieat s
of an architect arehiect employed emploo by her anti anilshe amIshe antishe
she was to pay py Wilshons Vishons from time tme to totime totme totime
time tme as the work progressed prosessed It I was to tobe tobe tobe
be completed cmpleted by b July Jul 1 1904 10 On that thatdate thatdate thatdate
date it was wa still sti Incomplete but rely relying rehing relyIng ¬
ing upn the promise of Wilshons Vihons that thathe thathe thathe
he would finish the job In a short time timeshe timeshe timeshe
she moved move in and paid him the balance balanceof
of the 2830 8O It I is alleged tiIcgd that Wil Wilshons Wilshons Vi ¬
shons then stopped work and that that the theplaintiff theplaintiff
plaintiff plaintf will i 111 have have to expend 5750 i 7O in do doing doIn doing ¬
ing In the work that he agreed agree to do She Sheasks Sheak Sheasks
asks ak the tle crurt urt to give gvc her judgment judgmentagainst judJent judJentaginst judgmentagainst
against aginst Wilshons lshons for that thot amount amountThe amountrh amountThe
The rh case of Sarah Sarb Nelson Nels m and others othersagainst othersaginst othersagainst
against aginst the BIngham Copper Gold GoldMining GoldMining GoldMining
Mining company lompan in which It is 1 alleged allegedthat aleged alegedthat allegedthtt
that the defendant has encroached encroache upon uponthe upcmthe uponthe
the the property protel rights of the plaintiffs plaintiffswas plaintfs plaintfsw
w was yesterday transferred from frm the dis district di ditrlct district ¬
trict court to the United Unied States Stte court courtby courtby courtby
by Judge Ritchie RitchieAh Richie RichieAh RitchieAu
Ah Lew Lw the the Chinaman who was ar arrested arrested axrested ¬
rested ten days d3s ago for assaulting aS uling a alittle a a alittle
little ltte girl and who was released reI s on onbail onbl onball
bail bl and subsequently subsEQuenly went to Ogden Ogdenwhere O Ogdenwhere den denwhere
where he became beame violently vloltnt insane Inle will willbe willbe 1
be tried before a jury in Judge Arm Armstrongs Ar Armstrongs ¬
strongs strongR division of oC the district court courtthis curt curtthis courtthis
this ity afternoon afernoon on the charge charga of iutian iutianity lo insdnity n
e 1 1CRANK
CRANK WYOMING ATTORNEY ATTORNEYCalled ATTORNEYCaledUpon ATTORNEYCalledUpon
CaledUpon CalledUpon Called JUpon the Spirit of Murdered MurderedScotchman MurderedScotoman urderedScotolunan
Scotchman Scotoman to t Appear and andTestify andTesty andTestify
Testify TestifySpecial Testy Testycapr TestifySpecial
Special S l to The Herald HeraldCasper HeraldCasper
Casper capr caprS Wyo hreXtUJrt Feb b 2 It is authoritat authoritatively aistheritatively t tIeb ¬
ively suited stde here that disbarment disbrm t pro proceedings Iroceedlng pruceedings ¬
ceedings ceedlng will wil be instituted Iasttuted armliujt Alex AlexT AI AlexT
T Butler Buter prosecuting prseutns attorney jf f this thiscounty thiscount thiscounty
county count on 01 the ground of ineomp Ineompten Ineomptenand lneomptence lneomptenceand ten < p pand
and unprofessional unDrofesslont conduct cBuct Butler Buter has hascome haMcome hascome
come to to beknown b known in lesul circles clrc1e MS I an anoddity anoddity a ao
oddity o c1lt and lie attracts atracLo attention utentul wher wherever wb wherever r rev ¬
ever ev r he appears appearsButler apper appearsButler
Butler Butler came to Casper uAsr ten years < r J ago agoHe s >
He has hR practiced prdctced law engaged e td In tli tlisheep thshel tbsheep <
sheep shel business buslnes and has served ser d one Ofl twin twinas tPln tPlnas trinas
as prosecuting proseutng attorney atore and was wa last fall fallelected fal fallelected
elected eleted for the ensuing ensulR two yeans yeansAt veersAt e
At the several terms ters of court Butler Duter has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been guilty guity of many peculiar putar H and d highly ntghlyamuHiner highlyainusing hly hlyamusing
amusing acts and at the tie presort l < Ct session sessionhe s sesioflhe lon r
he was called down by Judrre Jud t Carpenter CarpenterButler CrJnttr CrJnttrButlr CarpenterButler i
Butler Butlr was addressing addresing the jury In the thePIcard thePIcard tnePicard
PIcard perjury pcrjul case cse and among amQ other otherthings otut otherthings
things thin csled upon Ben Minntek Minnlk the flock flockmaster flockmaster oek oekmaster
master who wlo was murdered murdere on 0 Black Blackmountain Blakm01ntaln Blackmopntain
mountain m01ntaln in Big BigHors Horn county count two tw years yearsago y9arSago 9r 9rago
ago to to enter the court cour room and Ind U tH taR H the thejury thejur thejury
jury jur that tht the the defendant Picard Pici murdered murderedhim mrercl mrerclhim mr4ercdhim
him Judge Carpenter Carynt < stopped Butler at atthis atthis atthis
this point in his addreS address gwp waived walc > the coun county eun eunt eounty ¬
t ty attorney atorEY to u seat at and instructed Intl te the thejury thejUr thejury
jury jUr parley parleyJrst parleyJ1st parleyJrst to bring brng In a verdict without wlbnt further furtherparley trhr trhrparley furtherparley
Jrst J1st wht what action acton the state Jaw board bcanlwill brd brdwi boardwill
will wi take tke in the matter is i uncertain untl but butit butit butit
it is certain that disbarment disbrment proceedings proceedingswill redn s swi
will be instituted insttuted at once onceCOLDS onceCOLDS
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Special SPCia to The TheHerald TheHeraldWashington Herald HeraldWashington crald craldVrashington
Washington Vrashington Feb 2 Representative 2Repreetsn 2RepreetsnFrench 2RepresoatativeFrench RepresentativeFrench
French of Idano today introduced introduce a a bill billproviding bil bilroidnl billproviding
providing roidnl that homestead hometead settlers sett rs whose whoselands whose whoselands
lands are ar arid ard and who have ha ve settled settledthereon settfd settfdthereon settledthereon
thereon with wlh the expectation expcaton of obtain obtaining obtln obtlnin obtainlag ¬
lag in water wte for irrigation Irigton from the govern government government governmeat ¬
ment 05 01 private irrigation Irigton works in incourse incoure incourse i
course coure of construction cntrction but 1Ut who ho have havethrough he hethrough havethrough
fault of their been
through no faul own un unable unable anable ¬
able to secure sCcure such water may ml obtain obtainleave obtainleave obtainleave
leave of absence absence for not exceeding exceding one oneear oneer onesear
sear > ear er at a time tmp until uti they can CRn procure procurewater procurewater procurewater
water to develop deelop their land In accord accordance acord acordance accordance ¬
ance with ih the law Such leave of ab absende ab5ICewi absenCe
sende 5ICewi will not operate operatE against aginst their en entry ent entry ¬
try t Representative Rersentatve French also ao Intro Introduced introduc ¬
duced duce duc d a a bill bi authorizing the th Spokane In International Internltonal International ¬
ternational ternltonal Railway n ana company to t construct constructbridges c01stuct c01stuctbridges constructbridges
bridges across Pend dOriellc dOrielc and Koo Kootenni Ko Kootonal
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