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The Salt Lake herald. [volume] (Salt Lake City [Utah]) 1870-1909, February 12, 1905, Last Edition, Section One, Image 1

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WITH THE SENATE SENATEPresident SENATEPresident SENATEPresideilt
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Fight lightLETTER FightLETTER FightLETTER
LETTER RAISED A RUCTION RUCTIONAMENDMENT RUCTIONAMENDMENT RUCTR3NAMENDMENT
AMENDMENT TO ARBITRATION ARBITRATIONTREATIES ARBITRATIONTREATIES ARBITRATIONTREATI
TREATIES TREATIESWASHIICCTOX TREATIESWASHINGTON TREATI ES ESAI
WASHINGTON AI ASHIGTON Feb 11 HThe The sen senate senate senV ¬
V V ate in executive session rati ratified ratifIed ratilied ¬
fied the arbitration treaties treaU be between b bt betvbeen ¬
tween t cn the United States and eight Eu European Europtun Europeatl ¬
ropean governments It required two twot two68ion8 twotistous
t < salons to reach an agreement At tht thyirst tht1rst tht1rst
1rst session consideration was given giveno
10 o a communication from the president presidentto prC8ld nt nttt
to tt Senator Cullom chairman of the theforeign thefOlplgn theioreJgn
foreign affairs committee in the form formof formIf formof
of If a protest against any amendment amendmentbring amendmentl amendment1Plflg
bring l > adopted at the second session sessionthe sessIonthe sessionthe
the treaties were amended and rati ratifed ratlLed rati1ed
fed with only nine votes against the theamendment theamendment theamendment
amendment made by the senate com committee committee cornirjlttee ¬
mittee on foreign relations relationsHas relationsHas relationsilas
Has Been Hanging Fire FireThe FireThe FireThe
The situation in thE senate s nate over the thearbitration theJ thearbltration
arbitration J rbllr tion treaties has been strained strainedfor strainedfor strainedfor
for several weeks The first protests protestsagainst protestsagainst protestsagainst
against the treaties were mad by sen senators seni seators ¬
ators i tors from southern states who sug sugK SU SUIsted suggsted
K gsted sted an amendment which precluded precludedthe
the possibility of the he arbitration of ofaims oralms ofC
C alms against their states by reason reasonoi reasonof
oi repudiated bonds Later it was sug sugjisted sugIOf suglfsted
jisted IOf tcd that an au amendment should be beplopted bedopted
4 dopted which changed but one word wordthat wor vorlJthat l lthat
that of agreement a reement to treaty in ar artaIe arLde arLcle
taIe 2 making the article read as fol follows follows follows ¬
lows
How Article 2 Reads ReadsIn
In each individual case the high highcontracting highontracUng highcontracting
contracting parties before appealing to tothe to1he toA
A the permanent court of arbitration arbitrationchall arbitrationCohall arbitrationshall
shall conclude a special treaty defining definingc denningIearly delningclearly
c clearly the matter in dispute the scope scopeof scopeof scopeof
of the powers of the arbitrators and andihe andhe
ihe 1 he periods to be fixed for the forma formaton formaton formaton
ton of the arbitration tribunal and the theseveral thesffral theseveral
several stages of the procedure procedureThe procedureThe procedureThe
The amendment amendm nt answered the pur purpose purPse ptir ptirvse ¬
pose of the theprotests protests made by the south southern southtnl southeni ¬
ern senators and in addition to that thatestablished thattabllshed thattstabllshed
established the principle that any anymatter an anluatb anyjisatter
matter > r in the nature of a treaty with withn
n foreign government must be con conr conrunnnatcd conunsrnated
r animated by the president with the thet the0usent thefIsent
t r nsent > of the senate In this form formthe formthe formthe
the committee reported the treaties to totlie totll toIliC
tlie tll senat
Talk at First Session SessionThe SessionThe SessionThe
The treaties were considered but no noff nof4tion noMtion
ff f4tion tion taken beyond arriving at an anjigreement angreement angreement
greement that they would be again againtaken againtaken againtaken
taken up today toda The first session of ofthe orth ofthe
the th senate today toda was confined almost almostentirely almostntirel almostntirely
entirely ntirel to a defense defense by half a dozen dozensenators dozennator dozenswnators
senators nator of the senates right to amend amendtreaties amendtreaU5 amendtreaties
treaties The president was criticised criticisedrharpjy critIclsedtharpJ criticisedrharply
rharpjy p because of lis letter declaring declaringIt
11 t to be a step backward to ratify the thetreaties ther thetreaties
r treaties in the form proposed by the thesenate theft
1 ft senate committee on foreign relations relationsArgued relationArgued relationsArgued
Argued Against Haste HasteNo HasteNo
No 0 defense of the presidents position positioniis
iis 15 taken tak n until the second executive executiveCession executlesMlon executiveftsHlOn
Cession sMlon wh whun n Senators DollLvejr DoIlLv4 Fair FaII1mks FairSikS
1 Miiks SikS Platt of Connecticut C RIECticUt and Hop Hopkins lloplil1S Uopkisa ¬
kins argued against the need of haste hasteTluy hasteTI hasteTht
Tluy TI Tht y took the position that there are areno areo
no o questions included in the treaty treatyhicji treatyhich treatyuhkh
uhkh hicji hich could not properly bs b submit submitted submittd submitted ¬
ted by b executive exeeuU e agreement to arbi arbitration arbitration arbitration ¬
tration Senator Dolliver said that thatthere t1mtt thattiwre
there t lre were some matters of business businessthat businessthat businessthat
that were pressing in the senate but butthat butthat butthat
that the treaties did not enter into the thelift the1t theLt
lift 1t and that if they were amended in inthe inthe inthe
the form proposed the country countI would wouldhave wouldl1ae wouldhave
have no further interest in them themA themA themA
A Necessary Arrangement ArrangementIt
It was argued by these senators that thatTTI thatHI that5TI
TTI amendment ought to be directed If Ifi Ifl11pndment
i m l11pndment ndment were necessary at all to a atter aj aii
ii j tter definition of the class of ques questons quesLons quesLons
Lons to be left to arbitration rather ratherthan rathertl13n ratherthan
than by b an amendment arnenthnentwhich which hlch put the thegovernment thetoypnunent thegovernment
government of the United States In the therttHude theltftude thezttitude
rttHude of agreeing with foreign na nations natluh8 ¬ I I1u1lS
tions in advance that in certain cases caseswould cas caseswould s swould
would make treaties of arbitration arbitrationIt
J t It was said the obligation to do that thatas thatIf thatas
If as already alread p upon us by The Hague Hagueconvention Hagueonventlon Hagueonvention
convention and the oftrepeated state stateTnont statetnnt statenent
Tnont that it Is the national policy to torruitrate tofbitrate toeroitrate
rruitrate The ratification of these trea treattcs treat treeUs
ttcs t hg it was argued offered to thisgov thisgovtrmnent thi thiagovt gov govt
trmnent t lHnent the best chance it was likely likelyto llkchto
to have in this generation to do Its Itsshure Itsf Itshtre
shure f h re toward the abolition of the bar barbarisms barlarisms barbarisms ¬
barisms of o warMotion warc war warMotion
c Motion to Adjourn Defeated DefeatedAfter DefeatedA DefeatedAfter
After A fter the speeches by Senators Platt Plattof PlattI Plattonnectiout
of I Connecticut Dolliver and Fairbanks Fairbanksmotion l Fairbanicsmotion < alrbanksmotion
motion to adjourn was made on the thep therund
p round that there was need for hasty hastyji ha8t ha8tI hastytion
ji I lion on the treaties Those who fa faored raored fuored
ored the amendment opposed this mo mot
t ion nn and on a roll call it was defeated defeatedA d defeatedmotion feated featedA
A motion was 8S then made to adopt the thec thenmmitte thenmmltte
c ommittees s amendment The vote was wastak wastakpn wasti1n
tak takpn n on the treaty treot between the United UnitedBrutes Unitedtates Unitedstatas
Brutes and France as the th other trea treaties treat treais ¬
ties t i are on identical lines A roll was wast wasalld
t alld and the amendment was adopted adopted1v adopteh
1v a vote of 50 to 9 Following is the theVote theyotf theVote
yotf
Vote V lte on Amendment AmendmentYeas AmendEent AmendEentY AmendmentTeasAlee
Yeas Y tAsAlee Alee Allison Ankeny Anken Bacon BaconIailey BaconI BaconIjiley
Iailey I le Bard Bate Berr Berry > t Blackburn BlackburnUurnham BlackburnBurnham BlackburnIluretharn
Uurnham Burrows Carmack Clark of ofVyomlngr orVyomin ofWyoming
Wyoming Clay Culberson Cullom CullomDaniel CuB CullomDaniel om oml
Daniel l > anlel Dick Dlllingham Dryden Dr den For Forkr Forktr ForFoster
kr Foster of Louisiana Foster of ofWashington or8shinton ofWashington
Washington 8shinton Pulton GalHnger Gam GamL
L 1 lc < < XJorman lornhtU Hale Hansbrough Hey HeyVum He HetUfi Heyiuri
Vum Kean Kittredge Latimer Lodge LodgeLong LodgeIong LodgeLorg
Long McComas McCreary McLaurln McLaurlnMoney 1IcLaurlnlon McLaurinMccmey
Money lon e Morgan Newlands Overman OvermanPatterson OvermanPatterson OvermanPatterson
Patterson Perkins Scott Smoot Spoo Spooler Spool ¬
ler l i rr Stone Taliaferro Teller TelleriO TelleriONasDolllver TellerONaysDolliver 50 50Nays
Nays NasDolllver Dolliver Fairbanks Hopkins HopkinsMrCumber HopkinslCumber HopkinsMcCumber
MrCumber Nelson Platt of Connecti Connecticut Connectlut ¬
cut ut Stewart Warren Wetmore9 Wetmore9When Wetmore9When 9 9When
When this amendment was adopted adoptedIt
It was agreed agre d to as tar as the he other othert othert
t eatl aU s were concerned and the trea treaijrs treaijiS
ijrs 1 J5 were t re ratified by a viva voce vote voteThe voteTh voteThe
The Th senate then at 627 p m ad adjourned adjurned adjurned ¬
jurned journedSTOOD jurnedSTOOD jurnedSTOOD
STOOD UPON UPONTHEIR THEIR DIGNITY DIGNITYSenators DIGNITYScnators DIGNITYSenators
Senators Resented Interference of ofRoosevelt ofRoosevelt ofRoosevelt
Roosevelt RooseveltWashington RooseveltWashington RooseveltWashington
Washington Feb 11 Immediately 11Immeditltelynftr Immediatelyafter
after the close of the routine morning mornInu morningbusiness
business business u lne5s today the senate at 1218 1218t
t p m on motion of Mr Cullom went wentinto wentilto wentisto
into exocutive session In moving the thefission theffS5 th ths5ion
fission ffS5 s5ion on Mr Cullom antagonized soy several S8VTal soytraI ¬
eral Tal senators who expressed expr ted a desire desireto
to tl transact other business He said saidthat saidt1at saidthat
that It was especially desirable that thattho thatth thatthe
the th consideration consid < < ration of the arbitration arbitrationtreaties arbitrationtrfatles arbitrationtre5Lties
treaties be proceeded with and ox oxpnssed oxprlssed oxprtssed
pnssed the hope that they might be bedisposed belsposed bedisposed
disposed of today if an early start startcould starteoutd startcould
could be secured securedAs
As A s soon as the doors wore closed closedSenator ClosedStsator loSEdnator
Senator nator Cullom presented and had hadr hadrad
r rad 1 ad the th letter l tter from the president to tot
t 1 imself ia iz which the president had hadt
t iken excatftlon to the senate amejidy amejidyrnnt am nd ndrn 1 1rn
rnnt rn ut substituting the word treaty treatyfr trca trcaf1
fr 1 r the the11JOf word u agreement Theot Theottr The t ttr ttr
tr was WftSscJm something thing of a sdrprlse tS tSContinued t tt t1 t1LCQntiuUCd
LCQntiuUCd Continued on U Pajjo I o 3 I
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CZAR FAVORS FAVORSZEMSKY FAVORSZEMSKY FAVORSZEMSKV
ZEMSKY ZABOR ZABORLand ZA ZABORI ZABORILanParliament OR ORLa1dParl
La1dParl LanParliament Land Parliament ament Will Be Summoned Summonedr SummonedinRussia
r r in inRussia inRussiaWILL Russia RussiaWILL
1 1WILL
WILL BE LITTLE DELAY DELAYYOUNG DELAYYOUNG
DELAyl
Y YOUNG UNG TOLSTOI THE BEARER OF OFGOOD OFGOOD OFGOOD
GOOD NEWS NEWSST NEWSS
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T PE PETERSBURG ERSBtmo Feb 11 1150 1160p p pui pam
ST S
ui I am not opposed to a azemsky nzemskYznbor azerneky
zemsky zemskYznbor zabor On the contrary 1 1believe 1b 1bliewe
believe b lIeve it necessary necessaryIn neeec ar arIn
In these words o ds Emperor Nicholas Xieholaswhose Nicholaswhose Nicholaswhose
whose mind islaw IsI3 Is law personally declared declaredhimself declaredhimself declaredhimself
himself in favor of a land congress congressand congNSSand congressand
and expressed the conviction that the thetime thetime thetime
time had come to prepare to give the thepeople thepeople thepeople
people a voice olce In government governmentThe
The emperors words were spoken in inthe Inthe Intime
the course of a conversation with withCount withCount withCount
Count Leo Deonvitch Toistol son of ofthe orthe ofthe
the famous author and fully confirm confirmthe confirmthe confirmthe
the Associated Press interview with withGrand withGrand withGrand
Grand Duke Vladimir on Jan 31 In Inwhich inwhich Inwhich
which the grand duke expressly de declared declarrd dedared ¬
dared that his august nephew nephewwas was In Infnvor Infttor infavoi
fnvor of a zemsky zabor The semi semiofficial semiofficial semiofficial ¬
official denials subsequently p sent out outare outare outare
are now dlsDroved by b the sovereigns sovereignsstatement soverelgnsstatement soverelgxfsstatement
statement to Count Tolstol TolstoiThe TolstolThe TolstolThe
The I Associated Press this evening eveningsaw
saw Count Tolstoi in a comfirtable comfirtablehouse comf comfSrtablehouse rtable rtablelwuse
house facing the Tsauris gardens The Thocount Thecount Thecount
count is light of build and has dark darkbrown darkbrou darkbrown
brown hair and beard Speaking in inexcellent InexeellpntJPngllsh incxcellunt
excellent exeellpntJPngllsh English Count Tolstoi said saidYblstois saidToistois saidTolstois
Yblstois Tolstois Statement StatementI
1 suppose you have come to hear hearabout hearabout hearabout
about my audience at TsarskoeSelo TsarskoeSeloI TsarskoeSelocannot
I cannot enter into details because I Iconsider Iconsider Iconsider
consider it unseemly to do so but Iam I Iam jam
am glad to state the broad lines of ofconversation ofconversation ofconversation
conversation with my sovereign His Hismajesty Hismajesty Hismajesty
majesty summoned me after receiving receivinga
a memorial which I addressed to the thethrone thethrone thethrone
throne exposing the present situation situationin
in the country and humbly humbl expressing expressingthe
the opinion that the interest of the thecation th thnation thenation
nation calls for the removal of the wall wallraised wallraised wallraised
raised up by b the bureaucracy between betweenthem betweenthem betweenthem
them the urgent need of devising devisingmeans devisingmeans devlsinmeans
means for enabling the sovereign to tohear tohear tohear
hear the voice of the people and rec recommending recommending recommending ¬
ommending the convocation of a zem zemsky zemsky zemsky ¬
sky zabor His majesty assured me methat methat mcthat
that personally he was was not opposed opposedto
to Its convocation but on the con contrary contlmy contrary ¬
trary believed it necessary necessal The whole wholequestion wholeq wholeqiestion
question q cstion Is now greatly simplified and andresolves andresoles andresolves
resolves itself to When is the most op opportune opIOrtulle opportune ¬
portune moment momentNo momentNo momentNo
No Great Delay DelayMI
MI r am not at liberty to relate the theemperprs theemperprs theemperprs
emperprs views iews on the subject but hutyou butyou butyou
you may announce to the American Americanpeople Americanpeople Americanpeople
people that the delay will only be such suchas suchas suchas
as is strictly necessary for the intro introduction Introduction introductiozi ¬
duction of an innovation of such mag magnitude magnitude enagnitude ¬
nitude nitudeThe nitudeThe nitudeThe
The great thing is that the empe emperor cmperor emperor ¬
ror Is In favor of the zemsky zabor zaborThis zaborrrhls zaborThis
This dispels the legends obtaining cur currency currency currency ¬
rency abroad or at home that the sov sovereign sovereign soyereign ¬
ereign mistrusts the people and is ab absolutely absolute absolutely ¬
solutely solute opposed to the idea of a rep representative representathe representative ¬
resentative national assembly These Theselegends Theselegends Theselegends
legends have caused immense harm harmand harmand harmand
and have sown suspicion SU8p ion and discon discontent dlscontent discontent ¬
tent amqng amqOgthe the people P ople leading t to un unrest tinrest untest
rest and agitation and aggravating g la labor 1 Iabor < 1 1bor ¬
bor movements whereas If the Rus Russians Russians Ibissinus ¬
sians only on1 understood under lood the situation situationtHey situationt1fe situationthey
tHey t1fe would refrain from rendering the thetask thetafk tnetask
task of the he reformer well w l1 nigh Im Impossible imJosslble isapossible ¬
possible possibleXonetheless JosslbleXonethetess possibleNonetheless
Nonetheless I am optimistic and be bcUeve beIJco beIjeve
Ueve we will succeed after all in bring bringing bringIng ¬ I IIng
ing the war to a satisfactory conclusion conclusionThen conclusionThen conclusionThen
Then everything will assume its natural naturalcourse naturalCOUr5 naturalcourse
course and reforms including national nationalRepresentation nationaljl nationalrepr
Representation jl repr pr 8entnUon will be Introduced on a asound asound asound
sound basis basisCount basisCount basisCount
Count Tolstoi does not believe the pres present present preseat ¬
ent labor movement will assume critical criticalproportions crIticalproportions crlUcalproportions
proportions lIe thinks a solution of the thedifficulty thedifficult thedifficulty
difficulty would be effected if masters mastersand mastersand mastersand
and men could see the emperor emperorThe emperorThe emperorThe
The emperors words are likely lIkel p to do domore domore domore
more good than any an number of proclama proclamations proclamations proelamations ¬
tions Count Tolstoi Is trying to persuade persuadethe
the manufacturers to be patient by b means meansot meansot meansof
ot articles in which he points Ints out the thepoor thepoor thepoor
poor results of socialistic propaganda propagandaabroad propagandaabroad propagandaabroad
abroad and thinks it a pity pit that means meanshave meanshae meanshave
have not b been en devised for approaching approachingthe
the workmen and discussing matters di directly 11 11recti l lredly ¬
rectly recti with them Instead of leaving the thefield thefield thefield
field open to demagogues The count is IBconducting iscO isconducting
conducting cO tluctlng a phllanthrophlc enterprise in inthe inthe inthe
the form of a cheap bookstore in which whichhe whichhe whichhe
he sells educational books and literature literatureto
to Xemstvo schools and libraries librariesA
A leading political worker Alexander AlexanderStoilpin AlexanderStolllln AlexanderStoilpin
Stoilpin in an interview with the Asso Associated Associated Assoelated ¬
ciated Press says saysI
1 feel certain that the zemsky zabor zaborwill zabarwill zaborwill
will soon be an accmplished fact This Thisis ThisIs Thisis
is certainly based on a universal desire desireof desireof desireof
of all classes In Russia for a resort to tosuffrage tosuffrage tosuffrage
suffrage by the people and liberals and andreactionaries andreactionaries andreactionaries
reactionaries are equally anxious for It Itthough itthough Itthough
though for different reasons the former formerbecause fonnerbecause formerbecause
because they are convinced cO inced and quite quitejustly quitejustly quitejustly
justly that the people demand a zemsky zemskyzabor zemskyzabor zemakysaber
zabor and the latter on the contrary be because bccause because ¬
cause they have come to believe what is islong Islonr islong
long proclaimed that the people do not notwant notWant notwant
want a zemsky zabor and that the best bestmethod bestmethod bestmethod
method of proving this claim Is to ap appeal appKI appeal ¬
peal to the vote of the nation nationI nat1 n nI
I believe the present strike will not notlead notI notlead
lead I > ad to a repetition of the bloodshed of ofJan orJan ofJan
Jan 22 because Governor General neral Tr Trpoff Tro Tropocr Trepor
poff is too skilled in the art of policing a acity ab acity
city b to l permit a crowd to get the upper upperhand upperROBBERS upperhand
hand d
ROBBERS WERE KILLED KILLEDTwo
Two Men Attempted to Hold Up UpColorado UpColorado UpColorado
Colorado Saloon SaloonColorado SaloonColorado SaloonColorado
Colorado Springs Feb 11 11A A special to tothe tothe tothe
the Gazette from Indeoendence says saysTwo saysTwo saysTwo
Two masked men entered the Silver Bell Bellsaloon BEtI811loon Bellsaloon
saloon tonight and attempted to hold up upthe upthe upthe
the Dlace Jace Both of them were masked maskedand maskedand maskedand
and as they approached the bar they or ordered orI ordered ¬
dered the crowd within numbering fifteen fifteenor
I or twenty to hold up their hands and anaat andI andat
at the same time commenced e e to shoot shootNearly shootNearly o
I Nearly ea all flmhetl the men n at the bar r drew re reolvers re revolvers revolvers ¬
volvers and opened fire on the robbers robberswith robberswith robberswith
with the result that both were killed be before before before ¬
fore they could get out of the place Of Ofthose Ofthose Ofthose
those in the saloon there were wounded woundedEdward woundedEdvard woundedEdward
Edward Fay fatally tatalJ Henry Drach was wasshot wasa wasshot
shot in the h leg and groin and dE is in a aprecarious aPrecarious
precarious a u condition u and n Prank a Edmund Edmundson rm d dson
son an ore weigher > r was shot through the thohand thehAnd thehand
hand and abdomen and his condition is isvery Isvery Isvery
very serious The robbers ere e re inknown inknownOKLAHOMA inkhownOKLAHOMATRAGEDY nknownOKLAHOMA
OKLAHOMA OKLAHOMATRAGEDY OKLAHOMATRAGEDYCrazy TRAGEDY TRAGEDYCrazy
Crazy Farmer Kills Wife Daughter Daughterand
and Himself HimselfGuthrie HimsclfGuthrie HimselfGuthrie
4
Guthrie Okla 0km Feb 11 UWhlle While tem temporarily temporarily ternporarily ¬
porarily Insane James Estes a farm farmer ¬
er at their home hoWe at Marshall a smaH smaHtown sma smltown H Htown
town near here early today murdered murderedhis
his wife and his daughter Maude MaudeEstes MaudeEstes MaudeBates
Estes attempted to kil his son Law Lawrence La Lai Lawrence ¬
i rence who escaped set fire to the thehouse thehouse thehouse
house and literally blew his own head headoff headoff headoff
off with a shotgun The house was wasdestroyed wasdetroyed wasdeetroyed
destroyed and the bodies burned to a acrisp acrisp acrisp
crisp before neighbors could arrive arriveLawrence arriveLawrenoe arriveLawrence
Lawrence Estes says that he heawakened was wasawakened wasawaltened
awakened by his father attempting to toattack toattack toattack
attack him He escaped and ran from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the house Mrs M Estes and her daugh daughter d ugh ughI ughter ¬
ter had been killed with 1th a club Miss MissEstes MissBstcs MissEstes
I Estes who was 20 years ears old was Wa a aschool a6ChOOI aschool
school teacher teacherTREATY teacherTREATY
It ItTREATY
TREATY SIGNED SIGNEDtSn SIGNEDf
vLit4sktjj f 1 rid tSn Feb Feb 11 11SecrotnIY SecretaryHay Ha Hay to totwlth toltH toliifl4tt2liIith
liifl4tt2liIith ltH W twlth i t11 M 1 Takahlra the Japan Japanllsl Japhnan
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GOES TO PRISON PRISONVOLUNTARILY PRISONVOLUNTARIL PRISONVOLUNTARILY
VOLUNTARILY VOLUNTARILYBichard Y YRichard
Richard Mclaughlin Proceeds Ahead Aheadof
of the Sheriff SheriffSENTENCED SheriffSENTENCED SheriffSENTENCED
SENTENCED FOR ONE YEAR YEARINTRODUCES YEARINTRODUCES YEARINTRODUCES
INTRODUCES HIMSELF TO TOWAR TOWARDEN WAR WARDEN WARDEN ¬
DEN AND AWAITS AW ITS PAPERS PAPERSj
j j 1 I M 1 Richard McLaughlin a prisoner prisonerI prisonerfrom
I 1 from Beaver county count and this is ismy Ismy Ismy
my friend Mr Ir Puffer son of ofSheriff ofSheriff ofSheriff
Sheriff Puffer of our county You will willfind willfind
find that everything eve thing is all right th thpapers thpapers thpapers
papers will be along aion 4n In a few minutes minutesand minutesanti
and you will find everything straight straightThis straightThIs
This Is the way a Stranger Intro Introduced introtiuced ¬
duced rlucedhlmself himself and and111o his > companion to toGuard toGuard toGuard
Guard Andrew C Ureat 7re 1eatthft6tate at the state pen penitentiary venitentiur penitentiary ¬
itentiary itentiur yesterday afternoon The Thecompanion TheompaJ Thecompanion
companion ompaJ ion was a a slip all > of a abo boy p IS ISyears ISrears
years ealS old oldThe oldThe oldThe I
The statement made byMcLaughlin byMcLaughlinproved b by McLMsghlinproved IcLaughl1n I Iproved
proved to be true to the letter Sher Sheriff Sheriff Sher1ff ¬
iff E O Puffer of Beaver county countyreached countyreached countyreached
reached the city clt P yesterday with two twoprisoners twoprisoners twoprisoners
prisoners sentenced to the pentiten pentitentiary penUtentlar pentitentiary
tiary tlar On the way up from the Rio RioGrande RioGrande RioGrande
Grande depot J D Uternacr the sec second second second ¬
ond prisoner an Italian discovered discoveredthat discoveredthat discoveredthat
that he had left his blanket and other othereffects othereffects othereffects
effects at the depot The sheriff herlf de decMed decfded decEded
cEded to returnto return to the depot with the theItalian theItallun theItalian
Italian to recover the lost articles articleswhile articleswhile articleswhile
while McLaughlin was to remain with withhis withhis withhis
his boy boyMcLaughlin bo boMcLaughlin boyMcLaughlin
McLaughlin and the boy bo went on out outto outto outto
to the penitentiary penitentiaryand and presented presentedthemselves presentedthemselves presentedthemselves
themselves When Sheriff Puffer and andhis andhis andhis
his prisoner returned to whore they theyhad the thehad theyhad
had left the other two there was wastrouble wastrouble wastrouble
trouble in the air The sheriff was wasnot wasnot WaSnot
not aware of what had happened At Atfirst Atfirst Atfirst
first he feared that McLaughlin had hadkidnaped hadkidnaped hadkidnaped
kidnaped the boy bo He finally decided decidedto
to take his prisoner to the penitentiary penitentiaryand
and be free to make a hunt if any anyhunting anyhuntIng anyhunting
hunting were to be done He found foundMcLaughlin foundIcLaughlin foundMcLughltn
McLaughlin and the boy awaiting him himthere himthere himthere
there and the two prisoners were con consigned constG11ed consIgned ¬
signed to t their quarters quartersPrisoner QuartersPrisoner quartersPrisoner
Prisoner a Mining Man ManMcLaughlin Man1IcLaughUn ManMcLaughlin
McLaughlin is in for one year ear for foran foran foran
an assault with a deadly weapon He Heis HeIs HeIs
is well knqwii all over Beaver coun county county courtty ¬
ty especially among the mining men menhaving menhaving menhaving
having once owned part of the pres present present preseat ¬
ent property of the Majestic and the theBlue theBlue theBlue
Blue Acre mining companies For some sometime Sometime sometime
time he ran the boarding house at the theO theo
O K mine Warden Arthur Pratt Prattsaid Prattsaid Prattsaid
said he was satisfied the themfm man would wouldhave wouldhae wouldhave
have gone to the penitentiary just the thesame thesamc thesame
same if no one had been with him himJ I IJ
J G Watkins atkins sentenced by Judge JudgeArmstrong Jud JudgeArmstrong e eArmstrong
Armstrong Friday to one yJar s par ar In the thepenitentiary thepenitentiary thepenitentiary
penitentiary for forgery was also alsotaken alsotaken alsotaken
taken out to the prison yesterday y terday This Thismakes Thismakes Thismakes
makes 193 prisoner now powwIthin withln rlthin the thewalls thewalls thewalls
walls of the the1nstltutlon Institution and the war warden warden warden ¬
den fears he is to have a crowd in the thenear thenear thenear
near future His recommendations to tothe tothe tothe
the legislature were all based bat d on a amaximum amaximum amaximum
maximum enrollment of 200 prisoners prisonersfor
for the next two years He Is now nowconvinced nowcomlnced nowconvinced
convinced that t at the number will go far farbeyond farbeyond farbeyond
beyond that thatBACKBONE thatBACKBONE thatBACKBONEIS
BACKBONE BACKBONEIS IS BROKEN BROKENStrike
Strike of the Coal Miners in Russia RussiaWill RussiaWill RussiaWill
Will Soon Be a Thing of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Past PastEssen PastEssen PastEssen
Essen Prussia Feb 11 ItAccording ItAccordingto According Accordingto
to the government mine bureaus bur aus fig figures figures figurea ¬
ures 46942 miners went into the mines minesat
at the beginning of the morning shift shiftor shiftor shiftor
or 7000 more than yesterday leaving leavingabout leavingabout leavingabout
about 98000 men idle But of these theseprobably theseprobably theseprobably
probably several thousand went to towork towork towork
work later in the day dayThe dayThe dayThe
The strikers executive committee c of ofseven otseven ofseven
seven sent the following telegram to today toda today ¬
day da to Chancellor von Buelow BuelowAt
1 At a conference of delegates of the thestriking thestriking thestriking
striking coal miners held Feb 9 it was wasdetermined wasdetermined wasdetermined
determined to resume work In this thisthey thiSthey thisthej
they met the wishes of your excellency excellencybut ecelenc ecelencbut eiccelencybut
but the workmen were turned away In Inmasses Inmasses inmasses
masses from many man mines Great Gr at ex excitement ext ¬
t citement clt iuent has been caused by this ac action action antion ¬
tion and we in consequence consc < uence fear the theworst theworst theworst
worst We Ve beg your excellency to use useyour useyour useyour
your influence in authoritative quar quarters quarters quarters ¬
ters to prevent these provocations from fromoccurring fromoccurring fromoccurring
occurring again againThe agaInThe agaipIhe
The Mine Owners association reply replyIng replying replyIng
Ing to the assertion that the owners ownerswere ownerswere ownersI
I were excluding workmen by b p wholesale wholesalefrom wholesaletrom wholesalefrom
from the mines aver that thatthe they the are un unable unabte Unable ¬
able to take tak back workmen at some of ofthe otthe ofthe
the mines except in small numbers numbersuntil numbersuntll numbersuntil
until the damage resulting from their theirInactivity theirinactivity theirInactivity
Inactivity Is repaired repairedPEACE repaIredPEACEPREVAtLS repairedPEACE
PEACE PEACEPREVAtLS PEACEPREVAtLSt PEACEPREVAtLSMonte PREVAILS PREVAILSMonte PREVAILSMoute t
Monte Christi Republic of Santo anto Do Domingo DomlnboFeb DoihlngoFeb ¬
mingo mlnboFeb Feb 11 11AU All is 1 quiet quletht here c The Thecqntrpl Thec TheCo
cqntrpl c Co ntlQI Of the customs nt this port 1ort by bythe byI bytius
the Americans 5 has hasbten been accepted ac cpted by bythe bythe
I the authorities
SMILE BEGINNING TO COME OFF OFFHoch OFFHoch OFFHoch
Hoch Said to t beiOn the thePoint Point of Breaking Down DownPolice Police Expect ExpectPartial ExpectPartial ExpectPartial
Partial Confession ConfessionEvidence Evidence Of Murder is Now NowI NowAccumulating
I Accumulating
t b
Chicago I F eblf b 1tJobann Johann Hoch Hochthe Hochthe Hochthe
the sell onfessel1 > I Ithought
selfconfessed bigamist Is Isthought isthought
thought by the police p llce t te be on the thepoint th thpoint thepoint
point of breaking down He no nolonger nolonger nolonger
longer acts the part of ofu n comedian comedianHis comedianHis comedianHis +
His smile Is wearing wearingorr off Inspector InspectorShippy InspectorShippy InspectorShippy
Shippy said today toda that Hoch has hasabout lIasabout hasabout
about reached the point where he heis heis heis
is wllllngiio tell teUsome some things fhin thtngwhlch thtngwhlchhave which whichhavebeen VhJchhave
havebeen have been denied by him before beforeWhile beforeVhlle beforeWhile
While not admitting ile he anticipated anticipateda
a a full confession soon thejirispec thejirispector the hispec hispector Izispeebr
tor saId said the prisoner nsonc migljt migl miglt t tell a ahead an atJme
n at > > na tJaIltpifU tjQ tJme tJmeTod e ee
e Toq ythe y the llne lineIn Jil1Iocl Hoch s fore forehead orl orlh
head h > ad and the furrows In his checks cheeksplainly checksplainly checksplainly
plainly told that he is worried worriedHICAGO worriedCHICAGO worriedC
HICAGO Feb 11 1LWe We already alreadyf alr alreadyhare dy dyhave
CHICAGO C f have sufficient evidence on which whichto
to hold Hoch to the grand jury jurywas jur jurwas jurywas
was the positive statement made by byCoroner b byCoroner
Coroner Hoffman today todayThe todayThe
The coroner intimated that he at attached attached attached ¬
tached most importance to a final re report Teport yeport ¬
port of the he analysis of the internal or organs organs orgnus ¬
gans of Marie WalckcrHoch The Theanalysis Theanahsls Theanalysis
analysis has been conducted by Profes Professor ProfesSOl Professor ¬
sor Haines of the University of Chica Chicago Chicago Chicago ¬
go by b t Dr Rees who attended Mrs MrsWalckerHoch MrsYalckerHoch MrsWalckerHoch
WalckerHoch and by Dr ILewke the thecoroners thecoroners
coroners physician The analysis thus
BROTHERHOOD DISPUTE THREATENS THREATENSTO
TO RESULT IN SERIOUS TROUBLE
Xew York Feb 11 HIt It was expected expectedthat expectedthat Cpectedthat
that the dispute between the Brother Brotherhood Brotherhood Brotherhoodof ¬
hood hoodof of Locomotive Engineers and nd the theBrotherhood theBrotherhood theBrotherhood
Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen of ofthe orthe ofthe
the New York New Haven Hartford Hartfordrailroad Hartfordrailroad Hartfordrailroad
railroad which has threatened to result resultin resultin
in serious trouble on the companys companyslines compan companyslines s slines
lines would be formajly taken up by bythe bythe bythe
the board of directors of the railroad at ata ata ata
a meeting In this city today todayThe todayThe todayThe
The trouble between the th New York YorkNew YorkNew YorkNew
New Haven Hartford and the Broth Brotherhood Brotherhood Brotherhood ¬
erhood of Locomotive Lo omoUve Firemen of the theroad theroad theroad
road grew out of a dispute dl pute between the thelatter thelatter thelatter
latter organization and the Brother Brotherhood Broth Brotherhood > r rhoodo ¬
hood hoodo of Locomotive Engineers En Engineers Engineers Engineers ¬
gineers who had been promoted from fromfiremen fromtlremen trainfiremen
firemen and an retained their membership membershipIn membcr hi1 hi1In >
In the firemens union insisted that they the
Salt Lakers bad a taste of the real realfrigid realfrigid realfrigid
frigid article yesterday afternoon and andlast andlust andlast
last night and from present pre ent Indlcu IndlcuUona indicntona indicatons
tons they are likely to have a con continuance COlltinuance continuance ¬
tinuance of the same today toda When the themercury themercury themercury
mercury touched 7 degrees above zero zeroat zeroat zeroat
at midnight there was as as no one on on the thestreets thestreets thestreets
streets except the usual hackles and andpolicemen andolicemen andpolicemen
policemen to controvert the assertion assertionthat iu assertionthat serUon serUonthat
that It was the coldest night this win winter winter wInter ¬
ter terIt It was a good wholesome dry cold coldwithout co1dIthout coldithout
Ithout a particle of wind to make Its Itsintensity Usintensity Itsinttnslty
intensity unpleasant Earlier in the theevening thecvening theevening
evening the thermometer thermometerrcgh5terei registered 9 9above 9abte 9abOve
above but after daljying dal ing a allttlEVh11 allttlEVh11at llttle littlqjwhi littlqjwhiat vhlle vhlleat
at 10 It dropped to 7 7 i and the proanpcty proanpctyat r np1tl np1tlat
at midnightwas midnIght was wa that it t might nigllCgp nigllCgpes gftvJV gftvJVpeg gf Q Qor
peg es or two jaearer 1earer zero before be rc day dayi 5 f
far has established estab1ishedthe the fact that thatarsenic thatarsenic thatarsenic
arsenic was found In the victims ylc tlms stom stomach stomach atomach ¬
ach but whether this was the direct directcause directcause
cause of death cannot be established establisheduntil establlsheduntil establisheduntil
until the entire examination of other otherorgans
organs has been completed completedCoroner
Coroner Hoffman urged upon Profes Professor ProCessor Professor ¬
sor Haines the desirability of f an early earlyreport earl earlreport earlyreport
report but the professor declared that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the best that could possibly be done donewas donewas donewas
was to promise a final report a week weekfrom weekfrom weekfront
from Monday Monda Before the report can canbe canhe canbe
be made a thorough examination of the thekidneys thekidne thekidneys
kidneys kidne s heart and an spleen are neces necessary neccsI necessary
sary saryPostpowenieaLflf sa
I PostpowenieaLflf stPeJ1lenl Jihe tIhc1nnuest InnuesL until untili tfntllYcdncsday distilWednesday
i Wednesday is 15fo1 for the purpose of glv BlvIng glvIng glvIng
Ing the police further opportunity to tocontinue tocontinue tocontinue
continue investigations and to procure procurewitnesses procurewitnesses procurewitnesses
witnesses witnessesSpeaking witnessesSpeaking witnessesSpeaking
Speaking of two women In Milwau Milwaukee Milwaukee lilwaukee ¬
kee whom Hoch is alleged to have havemarried haveJ havemarried
married Hoch today said that he never neverwas neverwa neverwas
J was wa in Milwaukee in his life and defied defiedany defiedan1 defiedany
any one to come from there and Identi Identify identif identify ¬
fy f him himAccording himAc himAccording
According Ac ordlng to a special from Ottumwa Ottumwala
Ia photographs have led to the iden identification identification identification ¬
tification of Hoch as a man who on onJan onJan onJan
Jan 5 1898 married Miss Anna Pratt of ofthat ofthat ofthat
that city cIt The marriage took place placeafter placeafter placeafter
after a few days da s acquaintance and on onthe onthe onthe
the day da following the man disappeared disappearedwith
with diamonds jewels and money mone be belonging bel belonging ¬
longing l to the woman amounting to
800
should be represented in negotiations negotiationsfor
for the settlement of disputes through througha
a committee of their own selection who whoarc whoarc whoare
arc members of the same brotherhood brotherhoodThe
The matter was brought to a crises crisesabout drissabout riss rissabout
about a week ago when President Mel Mellen Mellea Iel Iellen
len of the railroad denied the conten contention contention contention ¬
tion maintaining that the contest is isbetween isbetween Isbetween
between the two brotherhoods with withwhich wIthwhich withwhich
which the company has nothing to do doThe doThe doThe
The matter was carried by the firemens firemensgrievance firemensgrieance firemensgrievance
grievance committee to the board of ofdirectors ofdirectors
directors of the railroad The Th real realseriousness realseriousness realserioUsness
seriousness of the situation became ap apparent apparent apparent ¬
parent several days ago when It was wasstated wa wasstated
stated that the same issues which bad hadarisen badarlfen badarisen
arisen on the New Haven road were to tobe tobp tobe
be brought by the firemen before the theofficers theoflicers
officers of the Pennsylvania and Boston BostonMaine BostonMaine
Maine railroads
SENATE COMMITTEE GOMMITTEEAMENDS GOMMITTEEAMENDSINDIAN AMENDS AMENDSINDIAN AMENDSINDIAN
INDIAN APPROPRIATION BILL
Special to The Herald HeraldWashington HeraldWashingto HeraldWashington
Washington Feb 11 Consideration 11Conslderationt Considerationot
ot t the Indian appropriation bill was wascompleted wascompleted as ascompleted
completed today by the subcommit subcommittee ¬
tee of the Indian affairs committee committeeof
of the senate and the bill as framed framedwill framedWill framedwill
will be approved by the full commit committee ¬
tee Monday and reported to the sen senate senate ¬
ate The committee has added to the thehouse thehouse thehouse
house bill a number of amendments amendmentsrelating amendmentsrelating amendmentsrelating
relating to western matters among amongwhich amongwhich amongwhich
which are the following amendment of offered Orfered f ffered ¬
fered by Senator Warren providing for forratifying torratifying forratifying
ratifying the treaty with Shoshone In Indians Indians Indians ¬
dians and opening ope ing to settlement part partcf partcf partCf
cf the Shoshone or Wind River Indian Indianreservation Indianreservation Indianreservation
reservation Wyoming amendments amendmentsoffered amendmetltsotfer amendmentsoffered
offered otfer d by Senator Teller providing providingthat providingthat providingthat
that the h Raven Mining company and andFlorence an anFlorence andFlorence
Florence Mining company shall con conform conform conform ¬
form to totuie the provisions of the theact act pro ¬
viding for the opening of the UintahIndian Uintah UintahIndian WntahIndian
Indian reservation reser tlon directing the secre secretary secretary seereterry ¬
tary of the treasury trens r to pay pa p Jarld L LSanderson Lrlndersori Lizinderso
Sanderson of Boulder Colo Cob 7740 for forlosses forlesses forleases
losses sustained by Indian depredations depredationsIn
In 1864 directing the secretary of the theInterior theInterior theinterior
Interior to purchase water for Irriga Irrigation irrigation irrigation ¬
tion purposes of southern Ute Indians Indiansonthe Indiansonthe Indiansonthe
onthe Ute Indian reservation amend amendments amendments amendments ¬
ments offered by Senator Smoot pro providing prodIng proijdiug ¬
viding dIng for the creation of a forest re reserve reerve reserve ¬
serve from part of the Uintah Indian Indianleservation IndianeservaUon Indianeservation
leservation providing that Uintah In Indian Indian Indiets ¬
dian reservation shall be opened to set settlement settlement settiement ¬
tlement under the homestead and andtownslte andtownsite andtownsite
townsite laws by b proclamation of the thepresident theresident theyresident
president resident who shall prescribe the man manner manner manner ¬
ner in which lands may ma be settled upon uponand uponand
and occupied an amendment by Hey Heyburn Heylurn Heyburn
burn providing for a salary of 1200 1200for 1200for 1200for
for th superintendent of the Ul Coeur jCoeur3Alene Coeurj CoeuriAlene
3Alene j Indian reservation
OLD BOREAS BOREASBRUSHES BRUSHES BRUSH S SALT LAKE LAKEIN lAKEIN LAKEIN
IN PASSING TO THE SOUTHEAST
P
light lightForecaster Ii lightForecaster L LForecaster
Forecaster R J Hyatt was quite quiteright quiteright
right when he predicted snow for yes yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
terday and he was also In InUne line when whenhe whenhe whenhe
he said that the edge of the cold wave wavecoming wavecoming wavecoming
coming from British Columbia would wouldgive wouldgive wouldgive
give the city a a touch of what resi residents residents resitents ¬
dents over the Canadian line have to toendure toendure toendure
endure endureFrom endureFrom endureFrom
From the present outlook it Is I not notlikely notIIkeh notlikely
likely that the cold wave will last Ion longer Ionger Ionger ¬
ger than today and It Is possible that thattomorrow tattomorrow tsattomorrow
tomorrow pleasant weather will fol follow follow follow ¬
low lowThe The Mississippi valley is the center centerot
ot a snow area and to the eastward eastwardthe CdStwardU1e eastwardtisti
the 1QW iQ low area has disappeared and andjlcng anp anpnStheAUa andlcing
jlcng lcing nStheAUa the Atlafttlp1 Uo seaboard senboardJt1Qrtflsa senboardJt1Qrtflsacoldhthe seaboarthore thare Is a atcbld aold
tcbld coldhthe old wtave uave which startedlast started last Wodnes Wodnesday WednesGayffofll Vodnesdayfrom
day dayfrom from the northwest northw st v i 1
CLIMAX IN THE THEOREGON THEOREGON THEOREGONCASES
OREGON OREGONCASES OREGONCASESConfession CASES CASESConfession CASESConfessiojt
Confession of Judge Tanner Senator SenatorMtchelTs SenatorlYfitchellsL9w SenatorHitchells
MtchelTs lYfitchellsL9w Law Partner PartnerDRAMATIC PartnerDRAMATIC PartnerDRAMATIC
DRAMATIC COURT SCENE SCENEINDICTMENT SCENEINDICTMENT SCENEINDICTMENT
INDICTMENT OF CONGRESSMAN CONGRESSMANWILLIAMSON CONGRESSMANWILLIAMSON CONGRESSMANWILLIAMSON
WILLIAMSON WILLIAMSONQORTLAITD WILLIAMSONP WILLIAMSOND
QORTLAITD D ORTLAID Ore Feb 11 1lThe The cli clip cllmax clir
P
p max was reached tcday tcdll In the land landfraud landfraud landfraud
fraud cases when Judge Albert Alb rt H HTanner HTanller HTanner
Tanner indicted on Feb S for the crime crimeof crimeof crimeof
of perjury in regard to the date of a acontract acontract acontract
contract of copartnership with Unite Unite1States UniteState tjnitelStates
States Senator John H Mitchell went wentbefore wentbefore wentbefore
before the federal court and entered enter d a aplea aplea aplea
plea of guilty guiltyThe guiltyThe guiltyThe
The scene was a dramatic one im impressive Impl5sive impresslve ¬
pressive and sorrowful Judge Tanner Tannerwhose Tannerwhose Tannerwhose
whose indictment came as a sudden suddenblow suddenblow suddenblow
blow to the public a short time ago agoentered agoentered agoentered
entered the th court room haggard and andworn andworn andworn
worn and an bowed as by b the weight wel ht of ofyears orears ofyears
years ears With VUhhim him was his son to shield shieldwhom shieldwhom shieldwhom
whom the plea was about to be made madeFollowing madeFollowingb madeFollowing
Following both thwas was Harry Harr C Robert Robertson Robertson Robertson ¬
son the private secretary to Senator SenatorMitchell SenaterIltchell SenatcrMitcheli
Mitchell
Sorrowful Scene SceneSeamed SceneSeamed SceneSeamed
Seamed lines ilnesof of sleeplessness cut the theface theface theface
face of the selfconvicted judge and andDrought andbrought andbrought
brought out the suddenly noticed gray grayof grayor grayof
of his beard and hair as he took the thestand theftand thestand
stand at the call lll of United Stat States s Dis District Distrkt DiMtrkt ¬
trkt Attorney Heney to enter his plea pleaof JjJtaof jileaof
of guilty to acknowledge himself a i per perjurer Ierjurer r rjurer
jurer jurerWhen jurer1Yhen jurerWhen
When on Jan 31 Judge Jud e Tanner went wentbefore wentbefore wentbefore
before the Jury he told a story which whichaccording whichaccording whichaccording
according to his confession today bud budbeen bltdbeen hadbeen
been agreed upon in many of its de details d dtails tietails ¬
tails when Senator Mitchell was in inPortland inPortlasid u uPortland
Portland in December last He saM saMthat saidthat saulthat
that there had been an agreement made madebetween mu madebetween le lebetween
between himself and the senator by bywhich bywhich bywhich
which the senator was not to receive receiveany receivean receiveany
any an return from firm firm work done which whichwould whichwould whichwould
would lead him to either of the depart departments departments departments ¬
ments of the government and that this thisagreement thisagreement thisagreement
agreement had been made on March 3 i
1901
Perjured Himself HimselfHe
He introduced this agreement in evi evidence evideuce ¬
dence before the jury and swore that thatit thatit thatIt I
it had been written on the date speci specified sped spedfled ¬ I
tied He said that to the best of his hisknowledge hiSknowledg hisknowledge
knowledge the senator s > nator had no bank ac account a acount account ¬
count in the city and that no moneys moneysdue moneysdu
due du him for work done by the firm or orby orby orby
by him had ever been turned into his hteaccount hi hisaccount
account Ha H brought up the subject of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the work done for Frederick A Kribs Kribsin Kribsin Krlbsin
in expediting claims In the general land landoffice landoffice landoffice
office and said that the senator had hadnever hatlnever hadnever
never received any sum for this work workall workall workall
all of which had been put to his Tan Tanners Tanners Tansees ¬
ners account accountj accountHefley accountHcey
j Heney Knew Better BetterThe BetterThe BetterThe
The government was in possession of ofevidence ofeldence ofevidence
evidence at that time which varied variedfrom vnrledfrom variedfrom
from Judge Tanners testimony testfmon and andlinking andlinking andlinking
linking it together United States Dis District District District ¬
trict Attorney Attorne F J 3 Honey Hen y was able to tomake tomake tomake
make such a showing that not only onlyJudge onlyJudge onlyJudge
Judge Tanner but his son Albert H HTanner HTanner HTanner
Tanner jr were ere indicted by b the grail grahJjury grailjuo grandjury
jury Xeither of theee indictments was wasmade wasmade ssasl ssaslmade
made public publicJudge publicIudge publicludge
Judge Tanner for several days ll S after afterhaving afterl1ai afterhaving
l1ai having g been Informed 1nf nned of the action a actiont tlon tlonthe of ofthe
the t jury maintained his position but butfinally butfiriaJl butfinally
finally firiaJl when he ascertained the t e nature natureof ture tureof
of the testimony testimon which Mr lr Mitchells Mitchellssecretary Mitchellsseeretary Utcl1ellssecIetary
secretary Harry HarryC C Robertson in intended intended intended ¬
tended to give and in order to save f = his hisown hisown hisown
own son from prosecution Judge Tan Tani Tanner Tanncr
i ner yielded ieldcd and went on the witness witnessI witnessstand witnessstand
I stand
Handed Him the Contract ContractWhen Contracthen ContractWhen
When hen Judge Tanner had been sworn swornMr swornlir swornMr
Mr Heney handed him the contract contractwhich eontractwhich contractwhich
which he had sworn before the grand grandjury grandjUr grandjury
jury jUr was the original doeunient and andasked anda8ked andasked
asked when the document was writ written written rU rUten ¬
ten tenIt
It was in December last Judge JudgeTanner JudgeTanner JudgeTanner
Tanner replied repliedJudge repliedJUdge repliedJudge
Judge Tanner was asked if the doc document document doeument ¬
ument was to be used in defense of ofUnited ofUnited ofUnited
United States Senator Mitchell MitchellJudge llitcheUJudge MitchelLJudge
Judge Tanner Tann r in reply made the the fol folIcxYing folicwing
IcxYing 1 wing statement statementI
I will tell you ou the circumstances circumstancesand
and you can draw draw your our own conclu conclusions conclusions conelualone ¬
sions When Mr lr Mitchell was out outhere outhere outhere
here he looked over the old contract contractand contractand contractand
and there was a clause in it he thought thoughtought thoughtought thoughtought
ought to be changed and he told me meto meto meto
to fix it and I then drew up the writ writing wrlting writing ¬
ing here changing the particular particularclause particularclause particularclause
clause that he Senator Mitchell Mitchellthought Mitchellthought I1tchellthought
thought would ould be dangerous for hint himand hintnd hintand
and nd we signed it At t the time that thatwas thatwas thatwas
was done I said to him himThe himThe himThe
The Secretary Knew KnewNow KnewNow KnewU
U Now Mr 1r Robertson is the only onlyman onlyman onlyman
man on earth except you and I that thatknows thatknows thatknows
knows to the contrary anything an thing about aboutthis aboutthis aboutthis
this agreement and Mr Ir Robertson will willhave willhave willhave
have to corroborate this thing Of Ofcourse orcourse Ofcourse
course it mayget yieet us Into trouble > He Hesaid Hesaid Hesaid
said he would see what he could do dowith doIth dorltli
with Ith Robertson or something of that thatkind thatkind thatkind
kind and the telegram was left with withme wUp wUpme withme
me in that shape I have never had hadany batlan hadany
any an correspondence or any an words with withthe withthe withthe
the senator about aboutit it since he left here herelSigned hereSignedin hereSignedin
Signed Signedin in December DecemberThe DecemberThe DecemberThe
The new agreement signed in Decem December December December ¬
ber of last year contained a clause not notincluded notInclud notincluded
included Includ d In the original which provided providedthat providedthat providedthat
that all money m n y received in payment pa ment for forservices forservices forservices
services rendered before government governmentdepartments governmentdepartmepts governmentdepartmepts
departmepts should go to Tanner In Inall Inal Inat
all al other otherrespects respects the last agreement
was Identical with the original con contract contract contract ¬
tract Judge Tanner then went on to toexplain toxplain toexplain
explain < the division of fees between betweenSenator betweenSenator betweenSenator
Senator Mitchell and himself hlms lf Mit Mitchells MItchells l1t l1tcheUs ¬
chells share usually usual being sent to him himin himin himin
in the shape of a deposit tag showing showingthe showingthe showingthe
the amount amountJudge anlountJUdge amountJudge
Judge Tanners son Albert H jr jrtestified jrtestified jrtestified
testified that during Senator Mitchells Mitchellsvisit Mitchellsvisit I1tehellsi5ft
visit i5ft in Portland Porth nd last December that thathe th thathe t the
he prepared on a typewriter the new newagreement new2greement newagreement
agreement between his father and Sen Senator SenI Senator ¬
ator tor Mitchell as confessed to by his hisfather hiSather hisfather
I father
Interview I With Tanner TannerJudge TannerI Tannerl1udge
Judge Alfred H Tanner made the thefollowing thefollowing thefollowing
I following statement state ment to a representative representativeot
ot the Associated Assocl ted Press PressNo PressH
0 H No O one knows the torture I have haveendured haemidured haveqndured
endured qndured since Jan 31 when I made a astatement aSta astatement
statement Sta statement ement to the grand jury concern concerning concernIng concern1jg ¬
ing the date of the copartnership copartnershipagreement copartnershiprigreement coparthershlpzigreement
agreement between Senator Mitchell Mitchelland Mitchelland Mitchelland
and myself Thelast straw came cameHowever camehowever camehowever
However when I learned that the fed fedoral fedor11 fedoral
oral grand jury was preparing to In Indict InI indict ¬
dict my son who w1t had written the agree agreement agreement agreemeat ¬
I ment between Senator Mitchell and andmyself andmyself andmyself
myself on the typewriter for perjury perjuoI
I I aud whenI when I learnedthat the agents of ofths orth ofths
ths th governmentwere government were in possession possessionoI ot otI offacts
I facts proving that the document was wasnot wast wasnot
not signed March 5 1901 as I had hadand hadsworn hadsworn
t sworn sworn but that It had been prepared preparedand
and signed s ned last December DecemberWill DecemberWill DecemberWill
Will Testify Against Mitchell MitchellJudge MitchelluJudge MitchellJudge
Judge Tanner do you expeot ex eGt to totestify totesUf totestify
testify tesUf against Senator Mitchell was wasasked waSasked wasasked
asked askedYes askedYes
Yes I expect exn ct to be called as a wit witness wItne witnesjs ¬
I ness ne iJlitheca Is t t c e against a Inst Senator Senu or Mit Mitfusinauof MitCh Mitcht1J
Ch cht1J 1 llt I th the e wholetruth re rei reI
I 0 Ii c fusinauof gl of the firm with W1tllOU withI
i I OU ouregadtbOnTieCtUCUCCS res t on1leq nccs
GOLDEN SANDSTO SANDSTO SANDS SANDSTO
TO BE LAIDBARE LAIDBAREMiles
Miles of f Ohannel of Snake River Will WillBe WillBe WillBe
Be Drained DrainedCHANCE Draiped DraipedCHANCE DrainedCHANCE
CHANCE FOR PROSPECTORS PROSPECTORSTWIN
TWIN FALLSIRRIGATION FALLS IRRIGATION CANAL CANALTHROWN CANALTHROWN CANALTHROWN
THROWN OPEN MARCH 1 1A 1A 1A
A HARVEST of golden nusets nusetsA nuggetslH
A H A channel in the Snake Snakethirb rtv rteec rteecthirty r rthirty
thirty miles long 1090 feet wMe wMeand wNeand wdeand
and an average It erae of 700 1 1O fe feet t deep repMt repMtto reputed reputedto
to b bu i soldballate t9CI from one < m end endother tothe totheother u tJa tJaother
other but never before accessible acces lble will wiUb willbf wIbe
b bf > open to the prospector and fortune fortunehunter tortuaehunter fortunehunter
hunter on the first day of next month monthand DOhlhand nithand
and for several days ays thereafter thereafterEver thereafterEver thereefterEver
Ever since the beginning this Otisnet elNia elNianeJ eEme eEmendI
net which has been hewn out of the thevalley thevalle tevalley
valley valle through which it runs by b the thewaters thewalern U Uwaters
waters flowing down from innumerable innumerablemountain Innum InnummountaIn innurneraMemountaIn
mountain streams though judged jud to tofun be befull befull
full of golden nuggets has defied tfc tfcefforts Ue Ueefforts theetforts
efforts of the miner to togtrner garner them bV
keeping them concealed eon etlMd deep deepthe feenttttb feenttttbth beneththe
th the surface of the surging torvewta torses in inthe mthe inthe
the riffles made m de in the Java rode whfefc whfefcforms whWltfonus wh4 wh4forms
forms its bottom On the first day dayMarch dayoI dayoIllarclt dayMarch
March the spell is to be broken broJcentII broJcentIImyster brokenmystery UK UKmystery
mystery is to be solved and man fOe tortho ftMrtho fOethe
tho first time will be able to imbatan imbatantiate antbetantiate asbantiate
tiate or deny the stories storie which have havebeen b havebeen
been ben fascinatingly McinIUngl told for fo a apt generation generationpast
past pastA pt ptA
A 4t jterson er n can leave Jev Salt Slt Luke Lnk In tb tbevening ti tbe tbeevenIng
evening even In and he on o t tbgn the be ground In tie tiemorning the themorning themorning
morning If J legend lOnd tit 1 to < de develsp tey p prelt tOes tOesrealIty tn tnreality
reality relt a for form Hint > may J be gathered gatherediisg ath athin 4Mt 4Mtins
ins in the U > day c n aRd d you c tfl n nUt rtrn hotus hotusthe heWiethe
the Ut n Jt next xt If I avarHrto uvar ywu u JQ iay ay we weer weersit r ro
o ot sit t a week weok of yo yoqr yostr ir lucky luk e axfetence in inadding Inadding
adding adtln to your our pile Jll And At then Ue again againthere 3 againthere l
there may n be b nothing thee UtefeSnake u theeSnake >
Snake River toBe to B Drained DrainedOn
On the first fest day of March Mareh the Ut Twin TwinFalls TwnFalls
Falls Land Irrigation I l tSn company comny comnyclo jrJU jrJUclog 111 111close
clog clo close the gates te to its Iu worldfamous wordfantou wordfantouof worldfamousof Ama Amaof
of the snake river at Twin Falia Fal and andduring aMluring
during the several sverl days that tht will wil be Mconsume beconsumed beconsumed
consumed consume in filling fln Its i immense immen rej rer rervoir r rvolr
volr above the falls fals not a single r drop dropot Io hopof
ot water will wI find its way ay into sng the ti rock rockribbed Ik Ikribbe teckribbed
ribbed ribbe cavernous cvernouf channel < banl or canyon canyonfor cy eanjenfor
for lo a distance dktnce of thirty thht miles m e below bw bwrAn the thefalls be befalls
falls rAn The The only Ob water wat r that will wi renuUn renuUnwill re riwainwill
will H be that tht which lih cannot cnuo escape ep from fromthe tG troutthe
the depressions depresions and nules Aole In the hot bottoms N hottomr ¬
toms Thousands Thousnds of bare b believed bleve to tobe tobe
be heavily laden with lh sold gd and an thou thousands th thousands ¬
sands of crevices lrevie In the thru rocks which whichare whichare tl
are believed bleve to have caught cusht th th the heavier heaviernuggets hv heaviernuggets
nuggets nUtgets washed asbe down the th ththrough strOem strOemthrough tr m mthrough
through the ages ase will m become bem bare b ami amimade 1w 1wmade
made accessible acceible to the prospector r rthe In Inthe Inthe
po
the distance named it i is said id there ther are areinnumerable ar zreinnumerable
innumerable place pJace where the thecipitous pre precipitous P ¬
cipitous ciplous banks bnks may be scaled sce and ta tabottom the thebottom
bottom botom of the canyon reached lC and andthere a aD aDthere
there is no doubt that many 1ny 1nywi p peone peonewill rmns rmnswill
will wi jump at the chance to investigate investigatethe Inv inveotigatthe t tthe
the channel
Tales of the Past PastIt PastI PastIt
It I is related relate that twenty twent years 7 or ormore < H Hmore
more ago the waters ater of the Snake sk skbecame yiwor yiworbecame r1vsrbecause
became unusually unusuall low w and an l fr fore or a t1n9 t1n9miners be beminers
miners were able to do d conltieatMe conltieatMeprospecting cosl censhlerdprospecting t
prospecting prospetng along the bare bn which whl h w wt wr wrleft r rleft
left lef high 11gh and an dry dJY Gravel Gve that ti would wouldwart wsddwesk k
wart waJ 1 llf 1s yaKd rar4fa wmi easy et to Jlnd AM n4 andji andjisome g gsome
some sme instances instnce crevices Ic Iii theroefcr theroefcrcarrying the tbecrrying i icarrying
carrying crrying coarse COorse nuggets R i were ee found feuMriBut ftl foundBut
But ev eve even n at I t low water wate the work Wk wars warsrisky wg wgrisky 3 3risk
risky risk and the results reult uncertain uncraba a u asparticular thtt thttparticular i
particular prtiular portions portons of the canyons canyonsbottom Cnyo canyonsbottom
bottom botom that 1 the tle miner was a J5 moat mot anx anxious ax axious anxbus ¬
ious to get at were still sti inacccesethie inacccesethieThe lnc Inaeccessh1eTue b
The work of the Twin Falls Fals company companywill cmY cmYwi connynill
will wi remove the last barrier 1rrlel and a Ue Uemen t theirien
men who wo undertake undertke the task ts Will wWable he heable heable
able to settle sette forever the question questionthe queU queUthe t tthern
the thern riches ric1e thought to be b hidden hidde in inget ingreat h hgreat
great get stream streamLong strem stremLong streamLong
Long Record of Failures FailuresThe Faiures FaiuresThc FailuresThe
The quest quet will wi be a a fascinating farn one oneand O oneand
and the knowledge will be bevalue
gained r1le yil D 4 at atvalue
value to the theminitg mining world Mlttkjnm Mlttkjnmhave Mln Mlnhae MiIt1 MiIt1have
have been ben spent s nt in the introduction iutrouct of ofmachinery o omachinery
machinery mcbinel and devices deple calculated eeut te tereach t inreach
reach and explore the lower JQ t reeesaee reeesaeeof r
of that canyon cnyon Failure Faiure has h followed followedfailure toloe foIiobr1failure
failure faiure Lives innumerable innumerb have ba V been beenlost b boonlost
lost lot but these Ule have ha re not deterred derre others othersfrom oh othersfront
from taking tking up the work and an ccnitln ccnitlning COt coutining
ing the search sreh The millions miUons o o of acres ares aresgral of ofgravel ofgravel
gravel and sand snd along the th bank bnke of o the thefamous t tfamous thefamous
famous stream strem have always alys yielded yieldedenough yieldedenough IJ
enough of the yellow yeIo metal mtl to t excite excitethe e exa1ethe e ethe
the credulous and tempt the more sober sobercalculator mobercalculator
tep mo I
calculator clculato to believe beleve that the botww botwwof t tor
of that stream strejn must mut be b the rl rlslluce re rlhont rlhontslluce
slluce sluce box in the world Men Menold en 1 l aU aUwalk nilwalks
walk walks oC lfe life have always i bIeved lee tb the thegold
gold old was wa there They The will wi > nejyei nv nveonYinced nvet b bconvinced he heconvinced
convinced otherwise otherwis until unti they lhe lhesolved have havesolved bavesolved
solved the problem to their thlr own Satis Satisfaction 3ti tia tiafaction ¬
faction tacton The opportunity opportunit Is upvc 1 IM at athand s athand
hand and itmay It ma be b safely sey iw rdteil rdteilthat ieted ietedthat f
that it I will wi be b taken advantae ad advantagof ot r by byI b bhow byhow
I how many manyWASHINGTON manyWASHINGTON
tCe tCeWASHINGTON o
WASHINGTON EXHIBITS EXHIBITSLOST EXHIBITSLOST EXHIBITSLOST
LOST ON RETURN TRIP TRIPSeattle TRIPSeatte TRIPSeattle
Seattle Seatte Wash Y t h Feb Feb1lA 11 nA A freight freightcar treht trehtcar
car gone astray while whie bringing brntln the theWashington th theWashington
Washington rahlngton exhibits exhibit back to Seattle Seattlefrom 8i Seat1efzoin
from the St Louis exposition xpitol is worry worrying worrylog rry rryIng ¬
ing the officials ofcial of the Northern North Pacpc Pacpcend Pae Paccand
end Burlington Burl ngton railroads rairoads The ear earNo er I is isNo
No 92924 of the Burlington Burlnou line lineThe ln lineThe
The missing mising car with wih live others other car carrying c crln carryin ¬
rying rln ryin the state exhibit left let St St Lows LouteDec L LDec LowsDec
Dec 15 1 1i for Seattle Seat1e Five Five arrived arive bat bwtNo b batNo t tNo
No 29924 924 was not with them All AUforts Allforts < 4 4forts
forts to locate the missing mising car hav havbeen haTlen havbeen
been of no avail aai
CONVENTION OF TAILORS TAILORSResolution TAILORSr TAILORSrResolution TAILORSResolution
Resolution to Unite WithSocialists WithSocialistsVoted WithSo WithSocialistpVoted ialst ialstVoted
Voted Down DownBloomington DownBloomington
Bloomington Ill Feb 11 1The 11The The inter international Int Intntional international ¬
national ntional convention conenton of oithe the Journeying JourneyingTailors Journeym JourneymTaiors JourneymTailors
Tailors Taiors Union of America merlc has h voted voteddown vote4dowIi ot otdown
down a resolution relution seeking to commit committhe comrn comrnthe
the union as an organization orgnizton cn to tMgb tMgbprinciples t tprinciple theaprinciples
principles principle of the SoclalistDemecraafe SoclalistDemecraafeparty SoclaistDeIprt SocialistDempCratparty
party In a speech speec General Geeral Secretary SecretaryLennon set Seereta SeeretaLenqon
Lennon said sid partisan patsn politics polte o of every everSTkind eve everykind
Lemln from the thetrades tk tktrades
kind must be Kept separate sprate fom tie tietrade
trades trade union movement movementPresident movementPre51dent movementPresident
President T A Rickert of the TTnitfeflf TTnitfeflfGarment Unib UnibGarment
A Unltw
Garment Garmet Workers of Ainerica A1 erIC spoke pke i ifavor Ifl Iflfavor t tfavor
favor of o alliance alance with wih the tailors tl0r U Ufight w t tfight > >
fight fght the Merchant Tailors Taior Protective Protectiveassociation Protect Proteetivdassociation 4
association associationThe asociaton asociatonThe associationThe
The convention conventon selected selecte a 0 cominttta comintttato comlmlt
to meet a similar simiar committee commiUe from th thgarment the thegrent thegarment
garment workers to t arrange arrge the terms tarrasof term termsof
of grent amalgamation amalgamaton They The wi ylll meet i iNev iNeW iNew
NeW York or 01 Washington Tuhlngtou within wfhilth wfhilthnext tha thanext t1stnext
next three thee months monthsResolutions monthsReolutons nontlisResolutions
Resolutions Reolutons were adopted adopte favoring voring an anInternational aninternatonal aninternational
International internatonal union of tallofs tiors The gen general genea gencml ¬
eral secretary secretr was us voted otO an a assistant assistantto assJsUnt assJsUntto
to ea assist asist in settling settin strikes strkes and and travel travelin trvel trvelin
in the interests of the organization organizationPANAMA org organizationC organizationPANAMA < ni tof tofPANAMA
C
PANAMA COMMISSION COMMISSIONPanama COMMISSIONPaama COMMISSIONPanama
Panama Paama Feb 11 IDr 11Dr Dr Charles CharlesCooke A ACooke ACooke
Cooke has ha succeeded Chief Justice JusticePonce Justce JustcePonce JusticePonce
Ponce Ponce who yesterday esterd was appointed appointedby appointe
by b tho Panama Panaa government joint < som sommissloner m mi nimissIoner
i missIoner with Frederick Boyd to act actwith 3t 3twith actwith
with the joint commissioner for the theUnited
United Unlel States St te government goverpm nt In the build buildIng buid buidI building
I Ing in of the Panama Paama otinal ona1 Thecommis Thecommissioners Thevosnmissloier5 ¬
sioners lonpn will wi hold their tuir first fnt meeting leetno to todar to todaf
dar dar

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