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The Salt Lake herald. [volume] (Salt Lake City [Utah]) 1870-1909, February 05, 1905, Last Edition, Section One, Image 1

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I j J TZOUBpAQ1 WEJl FOUEPAGEIi Sfhrfor SIY G1 1c Jeroun j
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Story That the Russian Commander CommanderWants CommanderWants CommanderWants
Wants to Resign ResignFAILURE ResignFAILURE ResignFAILURE
iT T PETERSBURG Feb 4 45 6 p m mRumors mRumors
ST 0 Rumors of General Kuropatkin Kuropatkinhanding Kuropatk1nhanding Kuropatkllthanding
handing over his command to Gen General Genral Geflcral ¬
eral ral Linevitch commander of the First Firstarmy Firstarmy Firstarmy
army have been current In In St Peters Petersburg Petersburg Petersburg ¬
burg since the announcement that Gen General Gen1al Genftal ¬
eral 1al Grlppenberg had been relieved of ofhis ofhis ofhis
his command of the Second army The TheAssociated TheAssocIated TheAssociated
Associated Presa is unable to obtain obtainany obtaInnny obtahiany
any confirmation of the reports The Thevvar Thewar Thevar
war office declares they are improbable improbablebut
but in unable to deny den them themA
A distinguished general told the As Associated Assolatod Assoelatod ¬
sociated Press Pr 5S that evidently there had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been friction between General Kuropat Kuropatkin ¬
kin and General Grippenberg and andadded andndded andadded
added addedI
I have heard a great deal of talk talkabout talkabout talkabout
about Kuropatkins asking a klng to be re relieved rejvP relievd ¬
lieved jvP < l but nothing positive can be said saidon saidon
on the subject at present presentConflicting presentConflicting preeentConflicting
Conflicting Stories StoriesThere Stori StoriesThereare s sThere
There Thereare are two conflicting versions of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the incident According to one of them themGeneral themGeneral themGeneral
General Grippenberg complained to the theemperor thetnperor theemperor
emperor > that General Kuropatkin had hadrefused hadrltu hadrefused
refused rltu cd to support his flanking move movement movcm movemeat ¬
meat m > nt in view of which whIc Grippenberg Grippcnbergneked Grippenbergatked Grippenbergasked
asked to be relieved The T1i emperor it itIs ItIs
Is added add d then telegraphed to Kuropat KuropatItin Kuropatldn Kuropatlthi
Itin asking for an explanation in reply tfeplyto 1eplYto
to which Kuropatkln wired that his hishealth hiSb hisbealth
health b < < aIth was shattered and requested requestedpermission requestedpfrmlssloll requestedpermission
permission to turn over his command commandto
to General Linevitch LinevitchAccording LinevltchAccording LinevitchAccording
According to the second and more morecommonly moreommonly morecommonly
commonly credited version of the af affair aff affair ¬
fair Kuropatkin complained to the theemperor theemperor theemperor
f emperor that Grippenbergi undertooK undertooKthe
the flanking movement in defiance of oforders oforders oforders
orders and demanded the generals dis dismissal dlsInl disIn ¬
missal missalThe Inl In issal issalThe 8aJ 8aJThe
The hope Is generally expressed that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the incident will be satisfactorily ad adjusted adjusted adjusted ¬
justed as it is realized on all sides that thatKuropatkins thatKuropatkins thatKuropatklns
Kuropatkins departure from the front frontwould frontWould frontvould
would prove a severe blow to hopes of ofvictory ofItory of1tOr3r
victory in the near future futuretSrippQnbergs futureGrippcnbergs futuret
tSrippQnbergs t withdrawal wI has not notchanged nothunged nothanged
changed the th situation The Russians Russianscontinue Russiansontlnue flussansontinue
continue to hold their positions around aroundtdandepas aroundSandepas aroundtandepes
Colonel Gaedke Says Kuropatkin Is IsToo Is IsToo IsToo
Too Cautious CautiousBerlin CautiousBedln CautiousBerlin
Berlin Feb 4 4Colonel ColoncQ Gaedke since sincehis sincehis
his 114 return from the far east where he hewas hewas hewas
was war correspondent for the Tage Tagelilntt TageNatt Tageblatt
lilntt writes his opinion opinlonot of General Ku Kulopatkln Kulopatkin
lopatkln lopatklnAlthough lopatkinUAllhough 1
Although a through and a through throughhonorable throughlOnornble throughlionoiable
honorable man benevolent personally l >
brave admirable In the th quiet of his hisworkroom hisWorkroom hisA
A workroom simple In his tastes and an anexcellent anxtcllent ancxeilent
excellent administrator Kuropatkin Kuropatkinlacks I Kuropjtklnlaiks uroPittklnlwks
lacks says Colonel Gaedke that thatSlance thatglsuce I Iglance
glance that penetrates the darkness of ofA ofa i ia
A situation quick decision dccl ion immediate immediatecorrelation Immediateorrehtiou i
correlation of means and before all the thein theuts31tkt4lt4tat I
UT uts31tkt4lt4tat I ftIPM iftH tit t 1JOne dOnetttu > tittil mm im im1i
in war that rhatwit1lout without compassion com ns lon uftes uftesthe u uesThe cs csthe 1
the bodies and souls of his men in tak taking takI taking ¬
ing their last and best to compass compasetc vic victory vietor ¬ i itOIJ
tory tor Such men as Kuropatkin are not notleu notff not1rw
leu ff in the Russian army and their theirqualities theirjuaIftle theirIUalItI
qualities IUalItI attach the soldier to his flag flaglout fiagut flagbut
lout ut they do not win victories Kuro Kuropatkin KUrolatkin Kuropatkln ¬
patkin at Liayonpr burdened his mind mindwith mindwith mindnith
with placing individual regiments bat battalions battaiions battaHons ¬
talions and batteries and lost thereby therebytho therebyiht
tho ih conception of the whole wholetoloncl wholeolonel wholeoIone1
toloncl Gaedke regards Kuropatkin Kuropatkinas
as a overcautious and concludes concludesNo
No leader is so bad as he who whoviH whoviH11t Vill Villnot vilj viljrt
not 11t take a risk riskKUROPATKINS riskKUROPATKINS I
Russians Destroyed Railway South of ofLiao ofLiao ofLiao
Liao Yang YangFt
Ft t Petersburg Feb 4 4General General Ku Kuro KuTopatkln Kuropatkin
ro Topatkln > atkin telegraphing under date of of3Vb ofJb ofFeb
Feb 3 to Emperor Nicholas says saysThe sasThe saysThe
The village of Chautandhenau has hasbpn lias1n hasben
ben completelytxicuyied by b our troops troopsfter troopsfter troopsafter
after fter a fight at 5 oclock this thl morning morningWP
WP Y reconnoitered the villages of Fan Fanslun Fan1itn
slun 511 and Pudzova occupied by the en enemy enm encmy ¬
emy m and after several volleys the thefharpehootars theFharpsl100ters theFharp1Iooters
fharpehootars entered Fanshen and andshot an1shut an anshot
shot and bayoneted many Japanese JapaneseThe JapaneseThe Japaneserhe
The latter were reinforced and at attacked atttked attuked ¬
tacked the sharpshooters who retired retiredarrying retiredarrin retiredarrying
< arrying arrin oft their dead or wounded woundedOn
On our right Hank the Japanese left leftlf left1M leftjflp
lf 1M corpses eo pses of which number we burled burledeightyseven burledight buriedcightyeven
eightyseven eightysevenA ight even evenA
A later dispatch from General Kuro Kuroratkin KuroJItkin Kuropatkln
ratkin dated Feb 3 says saysNo SRSo say3No
No o reports of further encounters encountershave on encountershave counterslla
have lla H been received receivedOne receivedOne receivedOne
One of our patrols blew up the rail railivay railWR railuay
ivay WR eight el ht miles south pf Liao Tang TangJHII YangJail rangJaii
Jail 31 and Feb 2 2UNABLE 2UNABLE 2UNABLE
Terrible Weather Holds Back Armies Armiesin
in Icy Grip GripSt GripSt
St Petersburg Feb 4 1140 p mInterest m JJ1Intere ipInterest
Interest t In the Illstarred attempt to tocapture toapture toapture
apture Sfindepas Is eclipsed by the thewithdrawal thewlthdrawal thewIthdrawal
withdrawal of General Grippenberg Grippenbergin
in llld I id unconfirmed reports regarding the thei theTtlrement
i Ttlrement firemen t of General Kurooatkln KurooatklnAccording KuropatkinAecortHng KuropatkluAccording
According to the latest information informationTfreived informationy informationteIved
Tfreived y teIved by the war office operations operationsen
en l the th right flank of the Russian army armyire armyte
ire te at a standstill The extreme right rightof
of r the Russians continues to hold holdhiantsanhenan holdhiantsa holdehlantsanhenan
hiantsanhenan < hiantsa henan on the Hun river six sixaniUB sixJ sixui1Es
aniUB J ui1Es lfs northwest of Sandepas Appar Apparently ApparntIy Apparlitly ¬
ently both sides are unable to move moveing movewing moveViflg
< wing ing to the terrible weather There ThereTP
TP I rf 25 degrees of frost accompanid by bytind b bind byind
tind ind but in view iew of the sudden fluctua fluctuations fluctuatiN18 fluctuatis ¬
tions in temperature at this time of the thear thef
> f ar the frostmay frost may suddenly decrease decreaser
r nd the Russians would then be con confronted conf1Onted coniionted ¬
fronted with the alternative of with withdrawing withdrawing ith ithrawlng ¬
drawing in order to avoid being Inter Interpted Interpted interpted
< pted by b a a Japanese column from rom Shi Shilikhe ShiHkhe Sbiilthe
likhe or of undertaking a general ad advance udance advanee
vance The latter view iew finds some somejnftrmatlon somecmfirmatton someC
< jnftrmatlon in a L dispatch to the As Aseifiated Asa
eifiated 6 fated < Press Presp from zoI71 Tsinkhetchen re rejorting reIortlnS reJortlug
jorting a reconnaissance r by General GeneralRennenkampfFs GenoralHpnnenkampffs GeneralJtnnenkampffs
RennenkampfFs force on the Russian Russian3tft Russian1E Russian1ft
3tft 1E ft which perhaps is preliminary to tot ton
t n advance advanceThe a advanceThe vance vanceThe
The military authorities here are en encouraged enuraged enJuraged ¬
couraged uraged bythe report as showing that thatthe thatthE thatif
if the Russians Rus lans are able to repeat repoo the ther ther ther
r r r an of reaching r the enemy line of ofcommunication ofI1munieation oft4unlunication
communication communicationMUKDEN t4unlunicationMUKDEN < I1munieation I1munieationMUKDEN
Russian Activity A ivity on the Shakhe River RiverNot RiverNot RiverNot
Not Ended EndedMukdan EndedMukden EndedMukdon
Mukdan Feb 4 4Though Though there th re Is a amomentary anlomentary t tmomentary
momentary pause In the operations operationsRussian operatlonaRussian operationsRussian
Russian activity a tlvlty on the Shakhe river riverLas rivel1as riveras
Las as not ended Two hundred Japanese JapaneseIrisonors Japane5eirlsonorswere Japaneselrlsonor
irlsonorswere Irisonors were brought In today They TheyT Theyere Theyere
T ere bntliydressedand bfil1nr dressed and suffered sucre red frotp frotpQld from fromtold fro froiold
told Qld The Th Japanese report that J 11LuIinthrs > QQ QQItUBSlan QoHURhnSrt
ItUBSlan HURhnSrt tverP > taken prisoners durljpl durljplContinued dUT1ytpC durWContinued
C Continued nUnued on Paso 2
Vice President J T Ross Clark Talks Talksof Talksof Talksof
of San Pedro PedroPLANS ledroPLANS PedroPLANSFOR
V V J of the San Pedro railroad arrived arrivedin
in the city yesterday morning ac accompanied accompanied accompanied ¬
companied by Mrs Clark They left leftfor leftfor leftfor
for Butte last evening and will return returnWednesday returnVCd1esda returnedesday
Wednesday VCd1esda leaving here Thursday Thursdaymorning ThursdaJmorning Thursdaymorning
morning for Ol Los Angeles over the new newroad newroad newroad
road roadness roadJ roadthe
J J a 9QL ts tst
t the c San Pedro cdro office gOing ovcriJiisr ovcriJiisrne55 ovc at atness
ness matters with Manager Wells Du During During DuriflE ¬
ring the noon hour he met the com committee commltt cornmitthe ¬
mittee mltt e of f the Commercial club of ofwhich ofwhlcll ofwhIch
which J W T Houston is chairman and anddiscussed anddiscussed anddiscussed
discussed the outline of arrangements arrangementsfor
for the proposed celebration in con connection connection connection ¬
nection wth the opening of the new newroad newroad newroad
road Mr Clark told the committee committeethe
the road would probably be operating operatingregular operaUngregular operatingregular
regular through trains early in April Apriland Apriland Apriland
and when he had finished his trip over overthe overthe overthe
the line l1n next week he thought he could couldapproximate couldapproximate couldapproximate
approximate the time for the celebra celebration celebration celebration ¬
tion closely enough to indicate exactly exactlyhow eactlyhow exactlyhow
how much time could be had for prep preparation prep preparation preparation ¬
aration and arrangements The con connection connccti conneetioi ¬
nection nccti < m of the rails he said make it itpossible itpOlSlblc itpossible
possible to expedite the work incident incidentto
to the final completion of the road in inanticipation inantlcipatlon inanticipation
anticipation of regular traffic and he hethought hethought hethought
thought there would be no question as asto asto asto
to having everything In readiness in inApril inApril inApril
April The rolling stock will all be bedelivered bedelhered bedelivered
delivered by b that time the roadbed roadbedwill roadbedwill roadbedwill
will be In shape for business and all allthe allthe allthe
the conditions will be favorable to toopening toopening toopening
opening In a satisfactory way wayPlans wa waPlans wayPlans
Plans to Be Submitted SubmittedAt
At Mr Clarks suggestion the Com Commercial Commercial Cornmerciul ¬
mercial club committee will consider considerits
its plans early next week and give him himsuggestions himsu7gesUons himsugeations
suggestions on his return to Butte so sohe SOhe sohe
he can take a tentative programme programmewith programmewith programmewith
with him to Los Angeles and discuss discussthe discussthe discussthe
the celebration with the people there therewho therewho therewho
who are interested in arrangements arrangementsfor
for the affair affairWhile affairVhUe affairWhile
While nothing definite has been de decided decided decided ¬
cided either by the railroad officials or orthe orthe orthe
the committees in Los Angeles and andSalt andSalt andSalt
Salt Lake it seems probable that the theSalt theSalt theSalt
Salt Lake delegation will be enter entertained entertained entertamed ¬
tained In Los Angeles Angel s when the an announcement announcement announceinent ¬
nouncement Is made of the opening of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the rood for regular regul r through traffic trafficand trafficand trafficand
and that a return visit will be made madeby madeby madeby
by the Los Angeles people some s me time timeearly timeearI timeearly
early earI in the summer when conditions conditionsin
in Salt Lake are most favorable for forvisitors forvisitors forvisitors
visitors visitorsi visitorsYesterday visitorsYesterday
i Yesterday afternoon the committee committeeof
I of the city cit council met Mr Clark and andit andit andit
it is expected will work in conjunc conjunction conjunction conjunction ¬
tion with the committees from the theCommercial theCommercltll theCommercial
Commercial club and the Real Estate Estateexchange Estateexchange Estateexchange
exchange in making the final arrange arrangements arrangements arrangements ¬
ments mentsMr mentsIr mentsMr
Mr Ir Clark found things progressing progressingon
on the road as rapidly as could be beexpected beexpected beexpected
expected All of the new engines have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been delivered except one the cars carsand carsand carsand
and other equipment will all be on onhand onhand onhand
hand soon surfacing on the new grades gradesis
is being pushed as fast as men and andmaterial andmaterial andmaterial
material can do the work and the thefinishing thefinishing thefinishing
finishing touches are being put on the theline theline theline
line in anticipation of the inaugural inauguralruns
runs in April Senator W V A Clark Clarkwill Ch Clarkwill rk rkw1J1
will not come out until after the ad adjournment adjoun1ment adjournment ¬
journment of congress con ress 1n m March but butis butis butis
is expected to be here when the road roadis roadIs roadIs
is thrown open for through traffic trafficMr trafficMr trafficMr
Mr Clark Clar called attention to the thefact thefact thefact
fact that unscrupulous promoters have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been working the public on alleged allegedtownsite allegedtownsite allegedtownaite
townsite sales along alon the line of the theSan theSan theSan
San Pedro and advised adI ed investors gen generally generally genorally ¬
erally to look out for frauds In such suchtransactions suchtransactions suchtransactions
transactions u One ne man he said safdh sardhits saidhas
h hits s platted pl tted land at Las Vegas two twomiles twomi1es twomiles
miles from the railroad station with without wlthout ith ithout ¬
out any water ate1 rights or prospects of ofwater ofwater ofwater
water and Is selling lots to people peoplewho peoplewho ppIewho
who take it for or granted he has a le legitimate IeglUmate legitimate ¬
gitimate proposition The railroad railroadcompany railroadompany railroadcompany
company < < owns all the available water waterthere waterthlre waterthere
there and expects exp t8 to subdivide a town townsite townsite townsite
site close to the station which whlt > h will be bevaluable bevaluable bevaluable
valuable property for business s and andresidence andre andreldence
residence re ldEfflce purposes and will be sup supplied supplied uJ uJpli ¬
plied pli d with water Jter from sources owned ownedby ownedb ownedby
by b the company It would be b well for forthose forthoe forthese
those who contemplate purchases in inLas InI InLas
Las I a5 Vegas or elsewhere to be sure of oftheir oftheir oftheir
their location before they close any anydeals anyeals anydeals
deals eals
Washington Feb 4 4The The Interior Interiordepartjnpnt Interiore1art1n interiordepartiWnt
departjnpnt e1art1n nt has withdrawn from all allform allform allfrn
form of o disposal whatever what v i six town townjBhipg town11p townihpi
jBhipg 11p umbracing O > rrtcing 138240acres 1 l324O 240 acres of pub pubilfifMafidSv pubitI
1 ilfifMafidSv iil 1 Itilt iiithe itI the h Glenwood od Springs Springsdtrlct = prlllgsf
4 d dtrlct ict on account of 11 1111gJFIop
f 11gJFIop eroject5
4 4Peabodys
Peabodys s Contest Has Fallen Flat Owing Owingto to the tiij Great Gre t Cloud Cloudof CloudotRepublican
of Republican Witnesses For Govenbr GovenbrAdams GOV GOVAd GoveorAdams
Adams Ad 4
BNVER v RFeb Feb 4 4For 70 For rUlC the tliefit first time timesince timesinCe
DENSER 0 since the PeabodyAdains PtbodyAdarnsnatorial guber gubernatorial gubernatorIal ¬
natorial contest contcstbegl1ll begun before the thejoint tIlejoint thejoint
joint legislative committee 01JU 1Jttee a hearing hearingwas hearingwas hearingwas
was held today in the themorn1n morning so that thata
a night session could be dispensed dispensedwith dispensedwith dispersedwith
with withDepositions withDepositions withDepositions
Depositions of voters whose whoseballols whoseballolshave ballots ballotshave balloLshave
have been declared illegal by b the ex exTerts oxerts j jrerts
rerts erts are being taken before be ore twelve twelvenotaries twelvenotaries twelvenotaries
notaries public today At least It > at 300 de depositions depositions tIepositions ¬
positions according to Attorney John JohnA JohnA
A Rush will have been secured before beforenight beforenIght beforenight
night including 100 secured last night nightNearly nightNearly nightNearly
Nearly forty witnesses wit esse > had been pn pnmorning QntAe n nInorninK
tAe JW j jo
o s on Wag J1 100 00J er lis lismorning
morning AU of these baas identified identifiedtheir idtuUfiedtheir identifiedtheir
their ballots
Easily Identified IdentifiedA
A number of witnesses both Demo Democratic Demoerotic DemoCratie ¬
erotic and Republican today identified identifiedas
as their own ballots which experts had haddeclared haddeclared haddeclared
declared to be fraudulent fraudulentAttorney fraudulentAttorney fraudulentAttorney
Attorney P J E ERoblnson Robinson a Re Republican R Rpublican Republlcan > ¬
publican judge identified his ballot ballotamong banotamong ballotarnong
among forty Republican n balfotp balfot > whichan whichan which whichan
an expert had declared decla ed written by the thesame thesame thesame
same person He also Identified lden11fled his hisinitials hisInitials hisInitials
initials under the numbers on the bal ballets ballcts ballets ¬
lets and declared they were all ballots ballotswhich ballotswhich ballotswhich
which were cast c st in his precinct on elec election electlon deetion ¬
Dismal Failure of Expert ExpertThen Exp rt rtThen rtThen
Then said Attorney Rush when whenExpert whenExpert whenExpert
Expert Fleury saysthatthese says that these forty fortyRepublican fortyRepublican fortyRepublican
Republican ballots are In one hand handwriting handwriting handwriting ¬
writing he is somewhat qf q a failure as asan asan asan
an expert expertAbsolutely expertAbsolutely
Absolutely said the witness witnessThe witnC witnessThe s she
The he witness declar declared d that it was as ab a
solutely ImpoSSil zat tll these se ballos balloshad u
liad been switched switchedOn switchedOn
On examining th th4 Jfct 3t t of fifty Demo Democratic Dernoieratic emot emotraUc
cratic < and forty > Republican publican names namescorresponding naJ1escorresponding namescorresponding
corresponding to thejiullots the thea1lots allots which Ex Expert Expert Expert ¬
pert Floury Feu reported report glere ere in one on hand handwriting hatdwriting handwriting ¬
writing the witnessldeolared witl1 declared that tl1athe tl1athewas he hewas hewax
was personally acquMnted aci1u ted with w hfort hfortfive forty fortyflve fortyfive
five of the Deraocratsgand Democrl t iU1d thirtyfive of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Republicans anSLknew till 1tnCW that they theyvoted the thevoted thevoted
voted at that preefhjlt predh predonplection on election ec on day dayThe dayThe dayTh
The Th other ten he h hJThew Jmew ew wcraflegaliy wcraflegaliyregistered wcr1eallyregittcred wera1egaiiyregistered
registered but did dldJ1Aqknow njatkuov them per personally 1 wr wrsonaiiy > r rsonally ¬
sonally jjf jjfProof iJ1 r
Proof < Positive Eo5ttivecrat P Positivecml ttive ttivei ttiveiX i
n ncrat
crat she had acted as a Republican Republicanwatcher Repunllcanwatcher RepublIcanwatcher
watcher in precinct Fourteen ward wardSix waldSix wardSix
Six on election day da In that precinct precinctExpert precInctExpert ireelnctExpert
Expert W V B Pfoutz P utz had testified that thateightythree thateightythree thateightythree
eightythree Democratic and twenty twentytwo twentytwo twentytwo
two Republican ballots were in the thesame thesame thesame
same handwriting Mrs Hogan stated statedthat statedthat statedthat
that when she read of charges of fraud fraudin
in her precinct she made the personal personalcanvass personalcanaS5 personalcanvass
canvass and out of the 350 people who whovoted whovoted whovoted
voted she checked up 347 The others othersshe othersshe othersshe
she could not find and understoodthey understoodtheyhad understood they theyhad
had moyed moyedThe
The names of the alleged fraudulent fraudulentvoters fraudulentYoters fraudulentvoters
voters were read to Mrs Hogan and andwith andwith andwith
with one exception she stated they theywere theywere theywere
were bona fide residents and voters votersThirteen votersThirteen votershirteen
Thirteen witnesses in all were exam examined examIned exammed ¬
ined today with a view of having them themidentify themidentify themidentify
identify their ballots from among those thosewhich thosewhich thosewhich
which the committee considered prima prlmafacie primafacie primafade
facie fraudulent on the reports of the theexperts theexperts theexperts
experts In every case the witness was wasable wasable wasable
able to Identify his ballot and in some somecases someca somecases
cases ca s his wifes ballot as well wellThe wellThe wellThe
The committee will resume its hear hearings hearIngs hearings ¬
ings on Monday afternoon
f II
Special tu The Herald HeraldWashington HeraldW HeraldVvishington
Washington W shlngton Feb jt cSeJlator Sefoator Kearns has undertaken undert ken to find out outwhy outwhy outwhy
why there has been so somu much h delay d lay in opening the Uintah Indian r rlser rlseryutlon res ser servatlon r rvatlon
vatlon and who is responsible for such delay Today he Introduced Introducedand introducedand
and secured sec red immediate adoption o a resolution as follows followsResolved fonowsResolved followsReSolve
Resolved That the secretary seoretar of the Interior be and he is hereby herebydirected herttbJdirected herebydIrected
directed to report to the senate without delay what steps have h vebeen vebeentaken been beentaken beentaken
taken to comply complyWith with the provisions of the act making makl appropriations appropriationsfor
for current and contingent expenses of the Indian department and andfor andforfulfiJUng for forfulfilling forfulfilling
fulfilling the treaty stipulations with various Indian tribes for the fis fiscal flBcal flecal ¬
cal year ending June 30 0 1908 and approved May Iay 27 1902 which provides providesfor
for opening Uintah reservation r serltlon and that he further furnish the senate senatewith senatewith senatewith
with all causes which operated to stay the opening of the reservation reservationtogether reservr reservitiontogether tlon tlontogether
together with a copy of such order or orders made by him or his hi di direction direction direction ¬
rection to carry out said act of congress in relation r latlon to said reservation reservationCHURCH reservationCHURCH reservationi reservationCHURCH
Worthington and Van Cott Will File Separate Briefs in the theSmoot theSmoot
Smoot Smo t Case CaseF9rmer Former Sets Up a Plea Which Will WillCause WillCause WillS
S Cause Discussion
iA ASHINGTQN Feb cb 4 iSeparate iSeparatebtiers tSeparatevv Separate i iIf
W If 11 x ied i Stondny SV tonduy 1 with withthe withthe lfh I Ithe
vv briefs willt will be > e flIed
the senate committee < on privi privileges privileges privileges ¬
leges and aJeetions l1 etlons by bYA A S Worthing Worthington Vorthingtop
ton top of this city and arid Wuldenlar Vildenar Van VanCott VanCott VanCott
Cott of Salt Lake City Clt counsel for Sen Senator Senator Senator ¬
ator Smpot In Inthe ° the investigation of pro protests protests protests ¬
tests against the latter jretnl retaining lng his hisscat hlBStat hissat
scat In intJ10 the senate Mr Worthington WortShingtorideals Worthingtondeals YorthingtonIoJs
deals with the question whether it re requires requires ¬ I Iquires
quires a twothirds vote or a majority majorityvote majorityvote I Ivote
vote to vacate Senator S nator Smoots seat seatHe seatH seatHe
He H contends cont nds on principle and amlon on pre precedent precedent precedent ¬
cedent that when Senator Sm Smat ot was wassworn wosworn Wessworn
sworn in the th question questionof of his qualifica qualification quaIlCIcation quallfication ¬
tion was passed upon ofic odes for l1 nIl and andthat andthat an anthat
that he can be removed now only 011 by bya byote byvote
a vote ote of expulsion and q ud d onlyion only Jn n th thground thCOfound the theground
ground that since ho was 138 elooteS oete to the thesenate theRenate theseflate
senate he has comntittifd aQme e criminal criminaloffense rhnInnlGfflnse riinlnaIoffense
offense and that to dothis do this will ro roqulro roqulro 1 0 0quiro
qulro a twothlrdSr twothlrdsevola vote voteCombines v vCombines 1 1Combines
Combines Churchand Church Chu chand and State StateThe StateTue I
The endowment endowm nt ceremony c renoIJp polygamy polygamyand l gamy gamylnd I
and nd the alleged Interference of the theMormon thealormon theMormon
Mormon people in politics are discussed discussedby
by Mr Worthington following practic practicclly pracUcI1y practicclly
clly I1y the same line as his is oral argument argumentto
to the committee He I1einslsts = insists that hat while whilethe whilethe whilethe
the constitution of o the United Unl Qd States Statesprohibits StatesiJrohlblts Statesprohibits
prohibits the th national government from frommaking frommaking frommaking
making any law regarding the th estab establishment establJshment establishmeut ¬
lishment of religionJtdoes religion lLdoes not forbid forbidthX forblatl1 forbidtillI
thX tillI states s ntes from dOing so but leaves leavesUicj ICLvesllgJl1l1Jler leavehthd
Uicj llgJl1l1Jler Tnu nn4ter tcr to the states stat s themselves tht > mseh8 to toOeteTmine toTe todTeTtthi
OeteTmine < Te ilfmine e
Mr Worthington Worthington contends that it is isentirely IsEntirely isentirely
entirely competent compet nt for any any religious religiousorganization reUgiQusrgllnzatlon religiousorganIzation
organization to o become a political or organhjation oroani organi1ation
ganhjation oani aUon also for any religious or organization organization organization ¬
ganization to make religious r principles principlesa
a part of its platform and to work workthrough workthrou workt
through throu t h religious organlzatiohs orgnnlzatlohsthat orgnnlzatlohsthattbi8 that thatthis
this is a matter not of law but of taste tasteand tasttand tasteand
and of propriety proprietyMi proprleIi
Mi Ii Van Cott in his brief discussed discussedthe discussdthe
the political phases of ahe investiga investigation InvestigtiHon investiguton >
Hon almost entirely He said saidThe saidThe saidThecoatention
The Thecoatention contention of the protstants protIantsisille is isidle Isidle
idle to the th < effect that Senator SenatoSmoot SenatoSmootcould > Smobt Smobtcould Sm ot otcould
could be unseated because ho h hebIie hebIiethat believes believesthat bellelesthat
that man is capabl of receiving receivingrove receivingrovelatlons reve revelations reelations ¬
lations from God If the objection is isgood isgood Isgood
good Utah should not havo hhOo been ten ad admitted admlUffl adisitted ¬
mitted as a state because this belief beliefof belleIf
of f the Mormon people was knpxvn be before before before ¬
fore statehood If th > objection objecti n is ten tenable tenable tenable ¬
able no Gntilo G ntllo in the United States Stateswho Stateswho Stateswho
who believes In in n mans mans capability apahUitfor apahUitforttcPlvlng for forreceiving forreceiving
receiving revelation revtion could become a aUnited atUnlttd
United States senator The Reorgan Reorganised RcorgataIaed Reorgataized ¬
ised Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Latterday Latt Latterday r rday
day Saints and many people p oplc of fdltfer fdltferent differ different dIffereat ¬
ent religious persuasions believe In Inmans tnmans inmans
mans capacity to receive revelations revelationsIn
In conclusion Mr Van Cqtt argus argusthat argusUat arguSthat
that Senator Smoot should be encour encouraged encouroherl encouraged ¬
aged as asbe he is opposed to the practice practiceof
of polygamy and stands for obedience obedienceto onedfenceto
to all the laws l iwS and good citizenship citizenshipand
and if he is ousted it logically logl ally followsthat follows f911owsthat followsthat
that 110 Mormon can bo bea a UnitedStates Unlt United Sln Stuts Stutssenator S Ssenator
senator that 1w1J1 1pipons s Wl11 pniF2flt pniF2fltto Q l n nto
to vote fOI Get1tI1tonatorsvq CejUle senator senatorhot AI AIlJot
hot themselves be senatorsi senators < < t1 r
Members tI mbers of Senate and House to Visit Visitthe Visitthe Visitthe
the Arid West
Special to The Herald HeraldASHIXGTON HrraldWASHINGTON HeraldI
I AASHINGTON ASHIXGTON Feb 4 4Represen 4Representathe 4RepresenV Represen Representative ¬
WASHINGTON V V tative Mondeil chairman of the thecommittee thecommittee thecommittee
committee on irrigation of the thehouse thehom thehouse
house hom e is arranging for a visit of mem members members rnembers ¬
bers of the house alid senate irriga irrigation irrigation irrigalion ¬
tion committees commJtt slo to the irrigated dis distion d s sm
m 4 q qlD th j U u1u tjwconG tjwconGt 4is cotujn cotujnh
t tp7e i th h n I Iono
tion ono on of members rs of the e com comvisit comm t eew ee to tovisit 0 0Islt
visit Islt the various irrigation projects In Incourse incourse Incourse
course of construction by the recla reclamation reclamation reclaination ¬
mation service s rvlce under the national ir irrigation Irrigation Irrigation ¬
rigation at It Is the intention of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the visitors to assemble at Omaha Omahaearly Omahaearly Omahaearly
early in June and proceed to El Paso PasoTex PasoTJC PasoTos
Tex and nd from there visit the Hondo Hondoand Hondoand Hondoand
and Engle projects New Mexico then thenthey thent thenthey
they t eJ go to Roosevelt Ariz and visit visitthe visitthe visitthe
the Tonto project thence to Laguna LagunaCal LagunaCal LagunaCal
Cal and thence by way of San Fran Francisco Francisco Franclsco ¬
cisco to Hazen Xev Se where on June Juneii
17 they will witness the turning on of ofWater ofwater ofwater
Water on 50000 acres of aridlands aridlandsThe arid lands landsThe landsThe
The visitors will then go to Salt SaltLake S SqItLake lt ltLake
Lake City Cit to examine the proposed proposedUtah proposedUtah proposedUtah
Utah lake and other enterprises In Inthe Inthe inthe
the Salt Lake valley and possibly may mayrun mayrun mayrun
run down to Gunnison Colo Cob to visit visitthe Isit Isitthe isitthe
the Gunnison tunnel project return returningto retUrning returningto ¬
ingto ing to Salt Lake and from there they theyKo the thego theygo
go to Idaho where they will examine examinethe examinethe examinethe
the Minidoka project on Snake river riverand riverand riverand
and the proposed BoisePayette pro project project project ¬
ject Projects In Washington and andOregon andOregon andOregon
Oregon will then be visited and the thecommittee thecommitt thecomrnitte
committee committ e will return east by way wn r of ofBillings ofBillings o oBillings
Billings Mont and Cody Wyo ryo where wherethe wherethe wherethe
the Shoshone reserve project will be beexamined beexamined beeva
examined examinedThe examinedThe eva mIned mInedThe
The western representatives > 6 of the thecommittee thecommittee thecommittee
committee are Mondeil Wyo Reeder ReederKan ReederKnit
Knit Williamson Ore Hitchcock HitchcockNeb HitchcockNebh HitchcockNeb
Neb Nebh Van Duser Nov Ne Bell Cal Caland Caland Caland
and Senators S nators Bard Cal Warren WarrenWyo WarrenWyo
Wyo Stewart Nev Kearns KearnsUtah KearnsUtah ReamsUtah
Utah Dietrich Dlc rich Neb Hansbrough HansbroughCM
CM N D Ankeny WaSh Fulton FultonOre F FtiltonOre lton ltonOrc
Ore Patterson Colo Cob Gibson GibsonMont GibsonMont GibsonMent
Mont and Newlands Nev NevThe NevThe NevThe
The members of the committee who whomhke whort1hlte whomhke
mhke the trip will be accompanied by byseveral byseveral byseveral
several officers oU cers of the reclamation serv service senice service ¬
ice The expenses of the trip will be beborne beborne beborne
borne by b members of the committee committeeOPPOSITION committeee committeeOPPOSITION committeeOPPOSITION
Special to The Herald HeraldWashington HeraldVashington 1leraldWashington
Washington Feb 4 Representative 4UepresentativelIondelt 4R RepresentativeAIondelfe presentativeMondeli
AIondelfe today called up for passage his hisilll hisbill hisbill
bill illl providing pr vidlng for opening o enlnS the Sho Shoshone Shoshone Shoshone ¬
shone Indian reservation Objection Objectionwhich Objectionwhich Objectionwhich
which previously hal been made to tothe tothe tothe
the bill by Representative Fitzgerald Fitzgeraldof
of New York had been withdrawn and andthe andthe andthe
the minority leader John Sharp Wil Williams Tll TllIIams 9lHams ¬
Hams stated that there was no oppo opposition oppos opposition ¬
sition s lon to the bill from his side of the thehouse thehouse thehouse
house Opposition however came from froman froman froman
an unexpected source Representative RepresentativeMcMorran Representativelle RepresentativeMcMorran
McMorran lle lorran of Michigan interposing an anobjection anobjection anobjection
objection which served to prevent preventpassage preventpassage preventpassage
passage as the procedure was under underthe underthe underthe
the rule requiring r unanimous consent consentMcMorran constntMcMorran consenthlcMorran
McMorran was labored with by his hisMichigan hist1lchi hisviIchigan
Michigan t1lchi = an colleagues to withdraw his hisopposition hisoppo hisoppositloal
opposition oppo itlol but he declined to yield yieldajid yieldJ1d yieldapd
ajid J1d the bill went over McMorran McMorransaid McMormansaid I Isaid
said his objection was made at the therequest therequest i irequest
request of Representative Smith of ofMichigan ofllIlhigan ofMichigan
Michigan who ho Is now critically crfticall ill and andunable andunable i iunable
unable to give attention to business businessMondeil businessMondell i iIondeII
Mondeil will again make an effort effortearly effortearl effortearly
early earl next week to secure favorable favorableaction favorableacUon favorableaction
action on the measure measureNOT measureNOT
4 4NOT
1 helena olena Mont Fob 4Upon mo motipti moti motiQflOt
tipti ti tiQflOt n of District Attorney Rasch Judge JudgeW Judgew JudgeH
W H H Hunt FI nt in the th United States States court courttioday court courttkday courtibday
tioday quashed indictments returned by bythe b bthe bthe
the federal grand rand jury against former formerMayor formernor formerlayor
Mayor nor Frank Edwards Ed war s former Chief ChiefoS ChiefJ
oS o J Police Tom Travis of Helena and andSam andS andSam
Sam S m Goodman for assault upon George GeorgeO
0 Freeman receiver of the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States land office in this city several severalmonths severalmonths severalmonths
months ago agoThe agoThe agoThe
The district attorney asked for the thedismissal thedismissal thedismissal
dismissal because the government could couldnot couldnot couldnot
not prove Its jurisdiction Edwards EdwardsTravis EdwardSTravis EdwardrTravis
Travis and Goodman are alleged to tohiive tohave tohave
have attacked Freeman in his office be becauselhe beQaUSe bel
causelhe QaUSe l aaeje he would not tell tel who whom n the ih heard heardthat heardUitlt heardaay
aay that Mayor lht or Edwards Ed wards and Chief Chiefvis ChieIJ
IJ f L1ituI5 rfiis vis received rec reclt led ed rtoreentag from roJT1 guam jtamaV g guamrbhzi
rbhzi b lB aV or alloAVftig l1 ilng th thnm m in to ttr run run4 1 an ifnHpliJi ifnHpliJicffi Hel HeidaleflanCe
cffi daleflanCe A ll 7 of thel
Roosevelt Says Catholic Contracts Are AreAll AreAll AreAll
All Right RightA
I 1ASRINGTON ASHINGTON Feb 4 4Prcsldent 4PrcsldentRoosevelt 4PresIdentvv President I IRoosevelt
WASHINGTON vv Roosevelt has sent V t letter to toSecretary toSecretary toSecretary
Secretary Hitchcock on the sub subject subject subject ¬
ject of authority for granting con contracts contracts contracts ¬
tracts for the education of Indians in indenominational indenominational liidenominational
denominational schools schoolsThe schoolsThe schoolsThe
The president says that inasmuch as asthe asthe asthe
the legal authority exists e dsts to grant the therequest therequest therequest
request of the Indians I dians unquestionably unquestionablythey
they are entitled by moral right to tohave tohave tohave
have their moneys used to educate educatetheir educatetheir educatetheir
their children at the schools they theychoose theychoose theychoose
choose The presidentdirects president directs cts that the theinterior theInterior theInterior
interior department continue the prac practice practiceunless practIce ¬
tice ticeunless unless congress directs otherwise otherwiseOr
Or the courts hold that the decision decisionof
of the department qepartm i1t of justice to this thiseffect thiseffect thiseffectis
effect effectis is wrong wrongThe wrOngThe e eThe
The president Also urges the passage passageof
of the Lacey bllf bill authorizing the allot allotment aU allotment t tment ¬
ment of nultfesln annuities l in severalty to the theIndians theIndians theIndians
Indians In the same same wa way as their land landis landIs landis
is allotted
Roosevelts Letter LetterThe LetterThe LetterThe
The presidents pr sidents letter l tter follows followsWhite foIlosW followsWhite
White W lte House Washington Washington1 D C CFeb CFeb
Feb 3 190 1905To the Secretary of the theInterior theInterior
1 Interior I have received from you youtjie youtlte youthe
the letter lett r of thecommissioner of In Indian Indian Indian
dian affairs pf If Jan 31 1905 in rela reiaI relation relation
I tion to the theinqulries inquiries of the Honorable HonorableJames HonorableTames HonorableJames
James S Sherman as to the author authority authorIty authorits ¬
ity for granting contracts for educa education education edueation ¬
tion of Indians in denominational denominationalschools donomlnatlonalschools denominationalschools
schools This letter of the commis commissioner commIssioner commiaSiorer ¬
sioner of Indian affairs asks that the thegeneral thegeneraf thegeneraF
generaf questions raised in Mr Sher Shermans Shermans Shermans ¬
mans letter of Jan 23 be united with withthe withthe withthe
the special question raised by the com commissioner commisioner cornmissioner ¬
missioner in his letter of Jan 21 1 a ad adpresented adpresented d dpresented
presented to the president for submis submission submIssion submission ¬
sion to the attorney general generalThe generalThe generalThe
The letter or orJan Jan 21 1 concerning the thepayment thepaym thepayment
payment paym nt of a claim filed in the office officeof officeof officeof
of the commissioner of Indian affairs affairsin
in connection with the contract with withSt withSt withSt
St Labras school on the Tongue River Riverreservation Rive Rivereseryati Riverreservation
reservation n stands by Itself and will willbe willbe WiIIbe
be submitted to the attorney aU orney general generalfor generalfor
for his consideration and report reportThe reportThe reportThe I
The Original Petitions
UAs As regards the general question I Ihave IhaY Ihave
have received fr6m the attorney gen general general gencml ¬
eral under date of Feb 2 a letter a acopy acopy acopy
copy of which Is enclosed Early ar1Y In h
1902 petitions on behalf of the various variousCatholic variousCatholic variousCatholic
Catholic and Episcopal schools were werebrought w werebrought e ebrought
brought to my 01 attention by certain certainecclesiastics certainecclesiastics certainecciesiasties
ecclesiastics and laymen who request requested ¬
ed the interior department to distrib distribute distribute distribute ¬
ute the rations and annuities through throughthe throughthe throughthe
the mission schools of their several severalchurches severnlchurches severalchurches
churches when the children were in inthe inthe inthe
the care of those schools The attor attorney attorney attorney ¬
ney general decided that this request requestwas
was illegal and could not properly be begranted begranted begranted
granted Over a year ear afterwards the therequest therequest therequest
request was made originally on behalf behalfcertain behalfot behalfof
ot certain ce taln Ckthplic qqtl1PllCS schools mool OIS in inIndian iiiIndian
JJ L Ij I Is1J
s1J OI n a re reIndian
Indian moneys held h ld in trust for the theIndians theIndians theIndians
Indians by the secretary St > retary of the interior interiorthe interiorthe interiorthe
the interest on these Indians moneys moneysbeing moneysbelnS moneysbeing
being distributed among the individual individualIndians indidualIndians IndividualIndians
Indians or in such other ways as the thesecretary thesecr thesecrdtary
secretary secr tary of the interior might di direct direct direct ¬
rect and where certain Indians peti petitioned petitioned pettioned ¬
tioned that the moneys so distributed distributedto
to them should be used for the sup support support support ¬
port of the particular denominational denominationalschool denominationalschool denominationalschool
school which they desired their chil children children chitdren ¬
dren to attend this petition should be begranted begrantod begranted
Question Was New NewThe NewThe NewThe
The question raised was of course coursewholly coursewholly coursewholly
wholly different from that originally originallyraised originallyraised originallyraised
raised on behalf of the Episcopal Episcopalchurch Episcopalchurch Episcopalclmureh
church and of the Catholic church churchThis churchThis churchThis
This new request was submitted to the thedepartment thedepartment thedepartment
department of justice and the depart department department departnient ¬
ment decided as set forth in the ac accompanying accompanying accornpanylng ¬
companying report that the prohi prohibition prohibition prohibition ¬
bition of ofthe the law as to the use of pub public publie publie ¬
lie moneys for sectarian schools did didnot didnot didnot
not extend to moneys belonging to the theIndians theIndians theIndians
Indians themselves and not to the thepub thepublie pub public public ¬
lic and that these moneys belonging belongingto belonginto
to the Indians themselves might be beapplied beapplied beapplied
applied in accordance with the desire desireof
of the Indians for the support of the theschools theschools theschools
schools to which they were sending sendingtheir sendingtholr sendingtheir
their children There was in my myjudgment myjudgment myjudgment
judgment no question that inasmuch inasmuchas
as the legal authority existed to grant grantthe grantthe grantthe
the request of the Indians they were wereentitled wereentitled wereentitled
entitled as a matter m tter of moral right rightto
to have the moneys coming to them themused themused themused
used for the education quca ducation ion of their chil children children children ¬
dren at the schools of their choice choiceMust choiceMust choiceMust
Must Be Genuine
Care must be taken of course to tosee toSee tosea
see that any an petition by the Indians Indiansis
is genuine senulneand and that the money appro appropriated approprhlted appropriated ¬
priated for a given school represents representsonly representsonly representsonly
only the pro rata proportion to which whichthe whichthe whichthe
the Indians making the petition are areentitled areentitled areentitled
entitled But If these to conditions conditionsare
are fulfilled it itis is in my my opinion just justand justand justand
and right that the Indians themselves themselvesshould themselvesshould themselvesshould
should have their wishes respected respectedwhen respectedwhen respectedwhen
when they the request that their own mon money moneynot moncynot ¬
ey eynot not the money of the public publicbe publicbeapplied publicbeapplied be beapplied
applied to the support of certain certainschools certainschools certainschools
schools to which they desire to send sendtheir sendtheIr sendtheIr
their children The practice will be becontinued becontinued becontinued
continued by b the department unless unlesscongress unlesscongress unlesscongress
congress should decree to the contrary contraryor
or of courseunless course unless the courts should shoulddecide shoulddecide shoulddecide
decide that the decision d cision of the depart department department departmeat ¬
ment of justice is erroneous erroneousLegislation erroneousLegi erroneousLegislation
Legislation Legi lation Needed NeededIt
I Ithat
uIt It is however greatly to be desired desiredthat desiredthat
that the bill introduced by Representa Representative ¬
tive Lacey Lace and providing for permis permission permission permisslon ¬
sion to allot these annuities in sev severally sevoralt sevcmalty ¬
erally oralt to theIndians exactly as is isnow Isnow isnow
now done withland witl1 land should be enacted enactedinto enactedInto enactedinto
into law Its enactment and admin administratloh admlnitratloh adminitratioh
istratloh would woudprevent prevent the raising of ofany ota ofany
any a h question of this character for foreach foreaoh foreach
each individual Indian would then be beleft beleft beleft
left free to use se the money mone to which whichhe whichhe whichhe
he Is entitled outright on his own in initiative InIt1ative initflatlve ¬
itiative instead of having it used for forhim forhim forhim
him by the secretary of the interior interiorin
in consequence of his petition I ear earnestly ca cane earneatIy ¬
nestly ne tb hope that congress will at once onceepuct oncecpuct onceepuct
epuct this hs bill into In o law lawThe lawThe lawTIme
The special case of the St Labres ILabresschool Labresschool Labresschool
school stands stan s by itself its If the question questionbeing questionbeing questionbeing
being whether the contract entered in into into Into ¬
to is is one authorized by the finding of ofthe orthe ofthe
the department of justice In January January190J
190J 190 or whether it is one of those thosecages thosecaSes thosecases
caSes forbidden under the decision of oftha ofthe ofthe
the department of justice of January Januaryl9
1002 19 The attorney general gen ral will speed speedI speediiy
I Ily i1 report the t e category cat gory in which this thiscase thisca thiscase
case ca comes comesSigned com cometiSigned > 0 0Slsned
Signed SignedTHEODORE
Leupp Interviewed InterviewedCommissioner Interviey InteMeydCommissioner d dCommlssionet
Commissioner of Indian Affairs AffairsLeupp AffairsLeupp AffairsLeupp
Leupp in an interview regarding the thesectarian thesectarian thesectarian
sectarian school s hoOl question today said saidthat saidthat saidthnt
that all these contracts < were made un under under Under ¬
der a previous administration and that thatbe thatbe thathe
be had not yet yetfha ha < d I time to review reviewtncni reviewtbel1 revlonthe
tncni tbel1 the i J H e said Sllidhehadno he had1 no knowledge Imowte g e Of Oftfielsu ortfi dtfront
tfielsu tfi J19 l c < < fx t pt from f m a very ei hasty h hastyiqontIrndon sty styJ99j
J99j iqontIrndon f C 1Jt pagorL 1i l <
y1l y1lI y1lVisit
Visit Agricultural College Co ege and Hear Hearof Hearof Hearof
A I ERE it in tle tqe power po er of the 200 odd oddf Od Odvisitors odvv
WERE vv f visitors exclusive e of members pf pfthe 4f 4fthe qrthe
the legislature who mad the thetrip thetrip thetrip
trip to the Agricultural college c llege at fjt fjtgan Iigan Itgan >
gan yesterday to grant the apprepda apprepdalion appropriattion i itlon
lion of 280000 asked for its maffttjen maffttjenanee uwtenanee ftt en enance
anee for the next two y years ars it is safe safeto nafeto saifto
to say that it woulu already alread Abe Abeawarded AD ADawarded fbawarded
awarded for fornever never were guests mar marhospitably mttDa mttDalospitably mnewhospitably
hospitably and genuinely welcomAft welcomAftthan welconMIthan w6lcornthan
than were ere those who spent yesterday yesterdayat yest day dayat
at the Cache county institution institutionFrom institutionFrom InstitutionFrom
From the tenor of the speeches speechesmad speechesmadby made madeby madby
by members of the legislature at th thcollege the theeoUege thecollege
college yesterday afternoon it would wouldseem woutdseem ouId ouIdseem
seem hardly necessary however that thotthe thatthe tlmathe
the plea for a liberal appropriation appropriationneeds appropriatloneeds appropriationeeds
needs champions In either upper uppereor uppereorlower or orlower orlower
lower house for the faculty was as assured a asured assured ¬
sured that every effort would be beStraq beStraqul traia traiafed
fed d to allow the college sufficient sut cient fund fundfor fU1It fU1ItrOr tul tulfor
for maintenance and improvement dur during Il aiimlag t ting ¬
ing the next two years yearsThe yearsThe yearsThe
The Agricultural colleger asks for ap approximately approxImately approximately ¬
proximately 280000 for the next two tweyears twoYC8rs twayeams
years If the nuances ftn neesof of the th stat st81IQlr will willin wMtIC
in any way permit th tht t will 1b be t tamount th thamouRt theagnoust
amount which the present p ent legislature ligistetiirewill
will 1 III appropriate alproprkLteMake > t rv T TMake
Make an Early Start StartThe St StartThe rt 7 7The
The special train for or Logan pulled pulledout pufledout pultedout
out shortly after S oclock yesterday yesterdaymorning yeSter yesteraymorning ay aymorning
morning with about 175 legislators and andfriends andfriends andfriends
friends aboard At 1 Qgdenthe Ogden the numpAP numpAPwas llum uumj uumjwas At Atwas
was swed by b fourteen while at Brig Brigliam Brigham BrigItamn
liam City a delegation of seven from fromthe tromthe fromthe
the Cache County Commercial club clubboarded clubboarded clubboarded
boarded to act as a committee of weir weircome vel velCome welcome
come This committee consisted of ofMayor otllayor ofMayor
Mayor E W Robinson of Logan Fred FredTurner FredTurner FredTurner
Turner of the Logan Republican n Wee Weeley WeaIcy VefJley
ley Jacques J J A Hendrlckson CUD Cgltain CUDtain Ceitam
tain tam James Styer Orson Smith F FNfibeker K KNfbeker ItN
Nfbeker N beker and nd Moses oses Thatcher ThatcherThe ThatcherThe ThatcherThe
The house standing committees on oneducation on oneducation or oreducation
education and art claims antI public publicaccounts pubneaccounts publicaccounts
accounts and ways and means had left leftfor leftfor leftfor
for Logan Friday night in order to tocarry tocarryon tocarry
carry carryon on investigations Saturday Saturdaymorning Saturdaymorning Saturdaymorning
morning The representatives and sena senators senators seflatom ¬
tors an board the train were Senators SenatorsBarber SenatorsBarber SenatorsBarber
Barber Lawrence Husband Holtirtgs Holtirtgsworth Holl1 Holihigsworth s sworth
worth Love Bamberger Gardner Lar Lars LarSEn LamSen
SEn s n and Johnson and Representatives RepresentativesAllen Repres ntathres ntathresAllen
Allen J A Anderson Austin Carroll CarrollCromar CarJ CarrojiCromar oJl
Cromar Curtin Hull Johnson Mlller4 Mlller4Pace lIiller lIillerPace MlIterPace
Pace Pancake Roberts Simons Stoo Stookey Sookey loo lookeJ
key Thompson Wilson and Tolton ToltonSix ToltOSl ToltonSIc
Six Sl hours were spent by the vfgitobp vfgitobpas vl6ito vl6itoas
as the guests of the faculty alt aiul stais staisdents t tdents Ui Uidents
dents of the institute and o of the Caches CachesCommercial Calh CalhCommercial Cg11Commercial
Commercial club a committee froiffe froiffewhich trOf trOfwhich froit froitwhich
which boarded the train at Brigham BrighanfCity BrighamCity BrlghanCity
City and accompanied the party to tOgan 1 > fl flgan H Hgan
gan Conveyances at the Logan Logansta LoganstaHon sta station staon ¬
Hon on carried all to the college buildings buildingswhere bufldJnsCwhere buiidlngvwhere
where for two hours the domestic sH sHence sience d dence
ence and arts and the commercial de departments departments dopartments ¬
partments were inspected inspectedStudentShServe inspectedic InspectedStudents
ic StudentShServe Students tude Serve rveLut1cJ Luncheon 9 I IThe
4 ac acThe 1 v
The large library and jHsad yeaqJng roadln lnar w 700 m mhad I mhad J Jhad y
had been bee turned into a acllrIrddibl acllrIrddiblthe dlnlngv h1tn5 roaMfctt roaMfcttthe Jdin Jdintoo
the occasion ot slolJ and in this cwfolMK cwfolMKbeen CIIIIW areP tMif tMifbeen 1i 1ibeen
been laid for over 200 OO The dining diningroom ellA ellAroom dn1ttroom
room and tables were V re prettily decorated decoratedwith decoratedwith decoratedwith
with flowers from the college collegeconserva collegeconservatory conserva conservatory conservatory ¬
tory and the college colors purple and andgold andgold nd ndgold
gold were everywhere to be seen seenAbout aeenAbout seenAbout
About twentyfive senior students o othe 0the of ofthe
the girls domestic dom stlc science department departmentserved departmentserved departmentserved
served the guests with an inviting invitingluncheon Invttingluncheon invftingluncheon
luncheon whichut which j ut to flight all doubt doubtany douDtany doubtsany
any present may have had as tq the thepractical ihepractical thepractical
practical value of the instruction given givenin
in this branch of domestic science scienceFollowing scienceFoUowlng scienceFollowing
Following luncheon speeches were weremade Weremade weremade
made by W Yo S McCornick president presidentof
of f the board of trustees President w wJ WJ V VJ
J Kerr of the th Agricultural college collegePresident coIIegePresident collegePresident
President S H Love of the nenate senateSpeaker nenateSJenker nenateSpeaker
Speaker Thomas Hull of the house houseSenator houaeSenator houseSenator
Senator Simon Bamberger Represen Representative RepresentatIe Representative ¬
tative W V McCrea Representative F FK FK FK
K FIshburn Representative Harry S SJoseph SJo SJoseph
Joseph Jo ph Senator T C Callister and At Attorney Attorney Attomney ¬
torney General M A Breeden BreedenAt
At the conclusion of the speechniak speechniaking speechJ11dJting
ing which consumed about two hours hoursthe hoursthe hoursthe
the visitors were invited to inspect the themechanical themechanical themechanical
mechanical and engineering depart departmerits departrnel1tS departmerits
merits and the farm barns The train tralareturning tr301l1returning trainreturning
returning for Salt Lake left Logan Loganshortly LOa1tshortl Logaftshortly
shortly shortl after 6 oclock Through mis miscalculation miscalculation miscalculation ¬
calculation about twenty Salt Lakers Lakersarrived Lakersarrived Lakersarrived
arrived too late to catch the returning returningtrain returninstrain returningtrain
train The party was under the super supervision supervision supecvision ¬
vision of General Passanger Agent 3X 3XS D DSpencer DS
S Spencer of the Oregon Short Liee Lieeand Li Lfemnd e end
and nd Hi Dunn traveling passenger passengeragent jstssengeragent passeugeragent
agent for the same line lineMcCornick lineMcCornick lineMcCornick
McCornick Presides Over Meeting
President W S McCornick of the thaboard tb tbboard thebeard
board of trustees who presided over the thomeeling tmomeeting themeeting
meeting was the first speaker HJ He Hestated Hastated t tstated
stated that he appeared at GovernVir GovernVirCutlers GovernQrCutlers GovernbtCutlers
Cutlers request to represent the latter latterin latteIn latterin
in his capacity as executive The gov governor SO1ern governor < ¬
ernor ern or he stated had intimated that he hefavored hefavored hefavored
favored an adequate appropriation to tothe tothe tothe
the college by the present legislature legislatureHe
He asked the legislatprs to examine examiiwcarefully e examinecarefully um1na um1nacarefull
carefully carefull the claim that duplication 1m 1mcourses Iii Iiicourses t tcourses
courses existed at the Agricultural col college cQtlege cqIlege ¬
lege and the University of Utah Af A Aftnr Aftnrcareful tar tarcarefully tbrcarefully
carefully careful weighing this question the thelegislature thelegislature thelegislature
legislature he urged should bring lot lotan il ilan inan
an appropriation sufficient to cover the theneeds theneeds theneeds
needs of the Logan institution institutionHe
He stated that the members of the thehouse thehouse thehouse
house and senate might well invoke the theaid theaid th thaid
aid of the Almighty in case they did dlflnot danot didnot
not grant the popular demand de111 nd for a just justappropriation j justappropriation st stappropriation
appropriation appropriationKerr >
Kerr Makes a Speech SpeechPresident t tPresident 4 4President >
President W J T Kerr of the Agricul Agricultural Acil4 Acil4tural srlc I Itural
tural college followed aijg 1 McCorniqHy McCorniqHyHe lIcComi lIcComiHe
He extended < l the formal welcome of tkify tkifyday th thda thday
day da to those present He briefly brlefl outs ouiftlined ou ouHned outslined
lined the laws under which h industrial industrialcolleges ind industritticolleges ustn Ul Ulcolleges
colleges were weri created and the condle condletion cond condtion condttion
tion under which they exist The Thegan LOf LOfgan Ld Ldgan
gan Institutute he said was one onesixtyfour at atsixtyfour ot otsixtytour
sixtyfour maintained with government governmentaid
aid throughout the country countryThe countrThe countr3The
The sources of income of the Agricul Agricultural Agricultural Agrlcultural ¬
tural college he explained were thr thrthe thrthe
the aid given by the governmentthrough government govern goverurneVthrough 1hl 1 1through
through acts of congress in 18SX 1863and 1S l4ftl l4ftland 1 1and
and 1890 appropriations by b state leglsj leglsjlatures leg leglatures legi legilatures
latures and student fees The toai toaiamount to toamount toamount
amount of income through these thesesources th thesesources e esources
sources since the founding of the therlcultural thericultumat A fe fericultural
ricultural college in 1890 lS90were were as fol follows fQllows foLlows
lows United States stites government S8iT li9r
000 state 521000 miscellaneous 10f
000 000The The aggregate of these sums sums had hadibeen hadbeen hadlbeen
been devoted to two lines of work worknamely wot wotnamel wotkraamnely
namely namel instructional and andexpelimentat andexpelimentatFor experimental experimentalFor
For purposes of Instruction 973000 930 < 10 haift haiftbeen h41 h41been hd1been
been expended while during the same sameperiod sam samperiod e epEriod
period 273000 had been used for pur purposes purposes purposes
poses of experimental work The valuecZ value VTalufc alu alui
c cZ i the entire agricultural h1 uJtJ1ral college plants plantsPresident plal1taPresident plautPresident
President Kerr placed at 544000 544000Speaking 54000 54000Steaking 344000Speaking
Speaking or the growth gowth of the le Insti Institute Inst tnsttrtute ¬
tute with Ih Increased facilities tucites he cited citedthe cItedthe citedthe
the fact that tht where four years ago agothere agothere agothere
there were only about 300 students studentsThesor studentstbez i ithere
there tbez nerq er toda today reglstevd registpredpuPil9 registpredpuPil9Thesliiflesented pupls puplsTheotep
Thesor Theotep Thesliiflesented represen representContinucd aented t eatYt1iree nt ree cun coun counContinued
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