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Tit HERALD HERALDESTABLISHED H E R A L D WEA332BR Partly FOR cloucU cloucUSilver SALT 5 L on ontjJ LAKE LAKEPartl1 UM E EPartly
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ESTABLISHED JUNE 61870 6 1870 SALT LAKE CITY CIT T UTAH TUESDAY TI ESDAY FEB r 28 1905 190 PRICE FIVE CENTS st Lead Coppor i in ore casting Nw N j 140 w York iorI i I
HARD FIGHTING FIGHTINGON
ON LEFT FLANK FLANKJapanese FLANKJapanese
Japanese apanese Have Assumed the Offen Offensive OffenLive
sive in Force ForceRUSSIANS ForoeRUSSIANS ForceRUSSIANS
RUSSIANS FORCED BACK BACKENORMOUS
ENORMOUS LOSSES PROBABLE
ON BOTH SIDES SIDESSt
E St Petersburg Petersbm Feb 28 2B15 216 a am arnAccordfng J JmAccordlllg
m mAccordlllg According to the AssociatedPress AS80ciateaPr Associated
Press Pr Ire dispatches from Mukden the theJapanese theJapanrJe the1apanre
Japanese Sunda Sunday evening crossed crossedthe crostledthe
the Shakhe river But iit the place of ofcrossing ofTOffring
crossing was a eliminated by the theenuor thefJ1sor
< nor The advance was checked checkedby checkedby
by Russian reinforcements This Thisis
is f the most Important news from fromthe fromr
the r h scene of war tonight Fight Fighting I Iing
ing is continuing on the Russian Russianleft RussianIfrt
left flank with Indications that the theJapanese theJapan
Japanese Japan e are planning a demon demonstration demontratlon
stration against the center but butthe butthe
the Russians RU 8Jans claim their positions positionsare
are an Impregnable ImpregnableMADYADANI impregnableM
ADYADANI Manchuria a Feb 27 27After 2iAft
MADYADANI M I VI After Aft 1 fighting of the most most desper desperate
ate nature the Russians remained rcmaine1pstErday
yesterday evening In possession of Che Cheand
and Da passes against which the Jap Japanpsl
ariose anes > had been flinging themselves thcmselveslndalv
mrJaly from noon until dark The Rus HU8ialH
Man ialH who were greatly outnumbered outnumberedsUItained
sustained repeated attacks some ine units unitslosing unitsIOfing unitslosing
losing as high as 70 per cent centin in killed killedor
or wounded in handtohana handtoh handtohaJfighting lghting flghtingIth lghtingvith
vith Ith the bayonet to whlch whlctitmtti finft f1 were Wereldu veredueed
reduced ldu dueed < ed owing to having firedtholr 11redthefrlast 11redthefrlastuBpl last
ullPt > In order to hold Do pass the thelast
last reserves were sent t tQ > the firing line lineThp
The Japanese turning operations in the therglo
region of the Gauto pass were checked checkedl L
l F3 > > a battalion of Russian infantry infant and andvrral I
f vrral squadrons of cavalry cava I Ij who re reuhpd rejuled
pulped uhpd the Japanese with heavy hcoV loss lossThe
The Japanese also tried to advance advancem
m n Nangou anbOu and Vanupudzl but b t were werelpfUI
repulsed repulsedThe lpfUI yrpulsedThe Sid SidThe
The present operations commenced commencedIdJ t
JVb 19 when the Japanese made a alught
lught attack on HaJba pass seven miles mUestuth
fHith uth of Tslnkhetchen On Feb 20 20thfY 2
th thfY jy y attacked Vanze pass seven miles mnessuutheast r
southeast of Tsinkhetehen positions positionswhich
which themselves are far In advance of ofthe ofthp 01 01the
the general front of the army arm The TheRussians Thenussians Th Thflusstafls
Russians made a a counter attack Feb
FebI
21 and temporarily gained ground but butIn bu buIn I
in the evening of Feb 22 2 in the face faceof faceof fac facof
of superior numbers they the were flanked flankedand I
and retired on the fortified line at Tsin Tsiukhetchen rsinklwtehen
khetchen I IThe
The Japanese stormed Beresneff hill hillthroughout hil 1
throughout Feb 28 2 simultaneously en cnmading enlilading
fllading the Tsinkhetehen position with withartillery I
artillery and outflanking the Russian Russianinfantry Russianinfant Russiainfantry I
infantry infant The Russians evacuated evacuatedTsinkhetchen I
Tsinkhetchen Feb 24 and retired fight fightIng lightFig
ing a stubborn rearguard action and and1a1ting ant I
halting at Da and andClle Che passes passesMAIN passesMAIN
MAIN FIGHT O Otl O4THE THE THE LEFT LEFTForcc
Forces orcc Engaged Eastward Compara Comparatlvely
tively Small Small SmallSt
St Petersburg Fob 27 2Z530 530 p m mA
Aside A < idt from the thnews news of the resumption resumptioni I
1 ii i the Japanese attack on Gauto pass passthe passth passthe
the th war office has no dispatches from fromthe fromthp fronthe
the front and does not attack great sig significance sigJ1 ¬
nificance J1 t < Knce to the fighting flghth eastward say saying saying
ing that the forces oreelengaged engaged are com com1arativel
jiaratively small though they are suf 5ufffring
fering heavily The Associated Press Pressdispathes 5
PresC
dispatches verify Velif this conjecture The Theoosition Tb C
josition ositiofl at Tsinkhetehen about seventy seventymiles sevent Tby y
miles east of Mukden is far advanced ndancedIn 1
In comparison with the general line lineand
urnS
and itd the retirement of the Russians was wasonJy wa S
only as far as the general alignment alignmentbut waL L
but the dispatches Intimate that the theJapanese th e
thit
Japanese are now concentrating concentrtng against againstthe asinst asinstt1p it
the t1p whole left flank 1ank which whch is being beingHaviy bein g
heavily Haviy reinforced in preparation preparaton for to or orextplslve r
extensive extplslve fighting fightingcorrespondent flghtingCrcspondcnt
A correspondent Crcspondcnt of the te Associated AssociatedPress Asociated AsociatedPrs AssociatePress a
Press Prs who has ha investigated Investgated personally perona
the reports rport that tat large forces force of Japan Japn Japnese Japaneec 1
ese are In Mongolia says sYS they do not notxceed no t
exceed xceed 600 60 Japanese and 3000 300 Chinese Chineseliandits ChineselJandis ChInesbandits e
bandits lJandis I ILEFT =
LEFT FLANK TURNED TURNEDattle TURNEDatte
t
attic atte Evidently Evidc tly in Favor F vor of the Jap JapHt Japanese
anese aneset
Ht t Petersburg Peterburg Feb 27 27CT 7 p m mA mAdlpatch A Adispatch
dispatch dlpatch from frm General Generl Kuropatkin Kuropatkindated Kuropatklndatd I
dated Feb Fe 26 6 says saysThe SS SSThe
The enemy enO1 is continuing contnuing the offer dffenmve offerL fen fenfie I
mve fie against aginst the the front of our Tslnkhet TslnkhetIts Tlnkhethen L
thea hen detachment ad and ha baa turned both bothi bot Ii
Its i s flanks flanksThe flanks
The Japanese Japanee have also advanced advancedagainst advancedagainst advanceagainst d
against Kantie Kate pass ps turning turing our left leftHank lef e ft
Hank but all al his attacks on Tangu Tng and andBcydaling an ftd d
Bcydaling 1 dalng have been repulsed rpuled His Hi anf of offensive offensive o ofePsive f ¬
fensive movement against ainst Bomapudz Bomapudzhas Bomaptdz Bomaptdzhas lz lzI
has also als been ben repulsed At t some posi positions positions pos I ¬
tions our riflemen ritl me forced orcedthe the Japanese Japaneseoutposts Japne posse se
outposts Qutposs to retire retireColonel retre retreColonel
Colonel Gorsky Gorky was n severely severel wound wounded woun I ¬
ed
4 MUKDEN BEING SHELLED SHELLEDA
A Person From the Front Has Ar Arrivedat A r
rived rivedat at Newchuang NewchuangM
Nw M Chuang Feb 27 27Via Via Tien TienTPHI Tlenin TI Sn Sn1sin
TPHI < in 6 p m mAcorlng miAccording According to a a a person personwho peron peronW perst n nwhn
W who hn has ha just returned retured here her from the the11llt ti tie
front 11llt the Japanese Japnee are shelling shelng Mukden Mukd lukden lukdeni m
with i t h elevenInch eleveninh mortars The bom bomllRrdment bor U
liardment llRrdment which was wa recently reenty com comtlfHe cor a a511IiCd
tiifnced tlfHe IB further reported rported to have havea ha e
caused a d great grat damage far behind the theIuffan tI lie
Itnspian Iuffan lines Hne
Advices Adlee from Chinese sources sources say s that thata thata th at
a a general engagement eggement is in progress progressall 55 55l
all al l alortg atrg the line lne The heaviest healet prog fight fightIng fght fghtIng llgli rt
Ing Is reported lported to be occurring ocurng on the theJapanese t he
Japanese Japane right and General Kuroki is isaid Isaid isai
aid ai to be b sweeping far north and andthreatening andtllatenlng ai rid ridthreatening I
threatening to crumple crmple the Russians Iuslana Russia us
l bak > ack on the te railroad railroadA
A special Ipcal force fore is reported refrted to be mov moving r me
ing ng from the south and east et with the theintention the1ntfnton t he heIntention
intention 1ntfnton of cutting cuting off of the Russians Russianscommunication RUlansnmmunlcton S Stommunicatlon
vostok communication nmmunlcton by b railroad rIroad from om Vladi Vladivostok Vadi Vadiostok Vla II IIvostok
CROSSED THE SHAKHE SHAKHEpickets SHAKHEPickets SHAKHErickets
pickets of the Russian Vanguard VanguardDriven VanguardDrivcn rd rdDriven
Driven in by Japs JapsMukden JapsMukden JapsMukden
Mukden Feb 27 2 27The The Japanese Japanesecrossed Japanee Japaneectoed Japane tire tirecrossed
crossed Ute Shakhe river last
ctoed evening e evrnii nlng ig
liuving driven in the pickets of the thecame th t he heI
1 Russian anguud RussIan support suppol rts rtscame
0 came cme up and stopped sopp the Japanese Japaese ad advance ndvance a d dvance
vance vanceOn vanceOn vanceOn
On the right flank all al is i quiet qUiot but butmovements butmovtmtnt b rut rutinovenieflth
movements movtmtnt < of the Japanese Japanee indicate an
intention fntlnton of attacking ttcking the Russian cen center centfr cc ci citfr ¬
ter tfr at least in the way of a demonstra demonstration a atinl ¬
cmonra cmonratiol
tion tionHeavy tiol
Heavy HeaV firing frng continued contnued today toda to the theeastward thestward t he heeastward
eastward eastwardThe eastwardThe stward stwardThe
The soldiers of the Tsinkhetchen Tsikhetch di division cli1sIon
vision i1lon are ar In good spirits spirts in spite spie of
the heavy losses they have sustained sustainednnd sustainedlIJl sustain ad adniiU
nnd lIJl the necessity which compelled them themtt em
to tt to retreat retret They Te Fhq are encouraged encourged by b the theexecution thefXNuton t
7 execution fXNuton tHey tley wrought upon the Jap Japanese Japnnese Jr Jrariese ¬
anese whose bodies bodie were piled pied in heaps heapsoutside heapsutsde her LPS LPSoutside
outside utsde the redoubts at Beresneff Beresnen hill hillarrt hi I illa4
arrt a f the trenches tenches at Tsinkhetchen Tsinkhetchenr Tsinkhetchcnl TsinkhetchenContinued
r Continued O tD c on on P Page 2 2L
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VIOLATION Vi OFINSTRUCTIONS OF OFINSTRUCTIONS OFINSTRUCTIONS
INSTRUCTIONS INSTRUCTIONSCanal
Ca Canal Can al Commission Gom sion Bought Material 1 NaterialVithoutBids teril terilVithoutids
Without Vithoutids VithoutidsMR JBids
MR DRAKES EXPLANATION EXPLANATIONHOUSE
i
H HOUSE HO USE COMMITTEE STRIKES STRIKESJANEW STRIKESA
NEW LEAD LEADASHINGTON LEADWASHINGTON LEADI
I A I ASHINGTON Feb 27 2iAfer 27After After de dePaimina decaring
WASHINGTON V V caring daring lsinvctgton Its Investigation of the thePanama thePanama
Panama Railroad company companyclosed companyclosod companysed
closed clo sed last week the special subcorn subcornmittee subcommitee
mittee mitee init tee of the hQuse committee on in
terstttte ter state and foreign commerce today todaystruck tod todstrck il
struck strck str uck a I new lead which was wa pursued purued puruedWith
with wit h vigor in an a examination exminaton of Vice VicePresident VicePresident
President Pr esident E A Drake and Alfred fred An Anderson
derson der son purchasing agent of the road roadIt roadI
It I developed that for six months be beginning beginning ¬
ginning gin ning early in May lfay of last year the therailroad theraBroad
railroad rai lroad company had acted as the thepurchasing thepurchasing
purchasing pu agent for the Isthmian can canal canaJ ¬
al commission and that a a total of 215 15
000 000cha worth of supplies suppleS had been pur purchased purehascd pursed ¬
chased cha chaad sed in thid thI manner without wihout public publicadvertisement pubJc pubJcadvertsement
advertisement advertsement ad adT for bids bidsThis bidsThis
This T his is regarded regrded as a a violation vlolaton of ofparagraph orparagaph
paragraph paragaph pa four of President Rpose Rposevolts R90sevels R ose osets
ve volts vels vel ts letter of Instructions Jnstructons to the com commission commission cornssion ¬
mission mi nl ssion under date of May Iay 9 1904 1904which 1904which 1904ich
Avl which ich makes it i the duty of the commis commission
sjo sion 1 to make and cause cuse to be executed executedafter cxecute
af after afer aft er due advertisement advertsement all necessary
co contracts Contrcts for any and all kinds of en engineerlng
g gineerlng gin ecririg and construction cnstructon works worksDrakes
Drakes Explanation Explanaton
In I IIt n detailing detlng to the committee commitee how howi howhappened
it i happened that the railroad rairoad had made madeurchases
jju purchases for the commission Mr r rr
DJ r ttke eEld said that shorty shortIy afer after thc zai rail
roj roatl gd property was transferred trnsferred or after afterthe afer
th the e stock had been acquired and prior priorto
to the transfer trnsfer of ther the road to the gov government govemment
er ernment em emBr inent General Davis and Major MajorBrooks 1ajor 1ajorBrook
Br Brooks Brook ooks < requesfed certain supplies supples for forwhich or orwhiCh
vi which whiCh wh ich they made requisition requisiton of Ad A3mlral Admiral
mlral mi ral Walker chairman chairan of the com commission commission cornssion
m mission missionThe missionThe mi ssion ssionThe
The chairman had recently recenty been beenelected beenelected beercted
ej elected ele cted a director he continued contnued and andwas am I
W was wa as at the office ofce and with wih the general genera amL L
jd Idea dea ea that that the railroad rairoad was about to tobecome toa t
be become come a part 6t cf the governments governmentsproperty govemmets govemmetsproperty j
pr property operty he availed Ralpd himself of its fa facilities
ct cilities cUte du ties for purchasing supplies suppliesNot supples
Not Emergency Supplies SuppliesThese SuppliesThese
These were called cned emergency ma materials materials marlals
te terials rlals queried Mr Townsend TownsendAt
At t that time tme they te were not an answered answered
sv swered sw swta ered Mr lIr Drake who then gave a a de
ta tailed taied iled account of the class of supplies suppliespurchased supp1es supp1espurchased S j
pi purchased rchased a large part of which was war 3 j
lu lumber luD mber A hurry hurr order from General 1
D Davis avis for various utensils utensis as a special specialorder I
specal specalorder
OI order der was wa filled filledIn fie
In making these these purchases the oifl oiflcers of offirs
cew c cers cer ce rs of the road followed the practice practicewhich practce practcewhIch S
w which hich always alwa s had been pursued name
ly asking bids by b letter leter from several severl severa severarms 1
fise firms frms fi rms In this case a list lst of eighty eightyven
s seven se ven firms was made from
frms up a much mucharger mud 1 1rger i
larger la labo arger rger list lst of firms frs and all al supplies supples 3
bought bo boer ught
were from rom these firms Jn In n em emergency emegency emgency
ei ergency egency gency cases no bids whatever wJatev r were wereasked wereasked j
aj asked as ked The first firt 18000 1800 Worth worth orth of sup
plies pl ies were paid for directly directy by b the rail railroad ri railad
road rc ad after fer which the commission paid 1
th the e bills bHs
Were Told to Apply ApplyWhile ApplyYhie
While Yhie no instructions instrctons were received 1
for fr fo r the purchase of supplies sU pues from any an V
P particular patll ular firms firs for members of the thecanal thecanal th j
c canal ca nal commission Mr r Drake Drke said that tha
tl the th e list of firms from which the bids bidswere bidswere bid S J
w were ere asked was increased largely largelb largelbappHcaton by b
a application appHcaton of others who said they the i
h had ad been told by b members of the com commission commission
m mission ission to apply Asked Aked what mem
bi bers ers had made such sue suggestions he hementioned hementoned h
rr mentioned mentoned Commissioners Commissioner Grunsky Grunk
E Harrod H arrod and Hecker HeckerDid HeckerDid HeckerDid
Did you OU purchase any lumber lU1ber In F 51 51alifornia
C California asked Mr 111 Townsejid Towns d ad
di ding ng that he understood undertood that waswhere was wherc C Cr
Mr M 11 r Grunsky GrunshJ was wa from fromWe fromWe fromWe
We had bids from California he h C
n replied repled re plied but had not accepted u
ha accepted any up
t to < the time the LI LIf
tme matter mater was wa taken tken out on
o of f our hands by b Mr fr Grunsky GrunskyCheaper Grunsk GruaskyCheaper
Cheaper But No Good GoodIt GoodI
It I was as stated stted later that an order for to r
between b two and five
fve million mUlon feet of c f
lumber lumb lu luc mber r had been placed on the Pacific Pacificcoast 0
Pacifc Pacifccoast
coast c by b the canal cnal commission Mr Mi r
lIr
Drake D rake said Mr 1 Grunsky Grnsky had contended cont nded
ta that t Pacific coast coat lumber was cheaper cheaperand cheaperand r
and a nd just as good Mr 11 Drake said his hi S
fifteen flfeen fi years eRr experience with lumber r
in I n the tropics had led
him to the theopinion theopinion tli 10 10pinion
opinion o that the porous character chnracter of c
Pacific P acific coast lumber
unfitted unfted it for use us e
In Panama He understood however V
that t the lumber was cheaper
Although Althoughquestions Alhough AlhoughQuestons h
questions Questons q were asked as a to whether r
I D > O Mills Mis was interested in the Call Cal 1 1ornia
fornla f lumber purchase Mr 1r Drake Drke e
hadfTio had h ad no information on the subject
No bjds were asked aked from the north northcentral norh norhcentrl nod Ii
central centrl c states it being the policy polcy of f
the t he purchasing department of the road roe d
to t o get its supplies suppJes convenient to the tI te
Atlantic Atantc A or southern seaboard Consid Considerable 1
erable erble c lumber was purchased adjacent it ito
to t o and shipped from New Orleans anc and ar rd
Florida F lorida ports port Questions Questons intended to I
dm develop deveop d that the great quantities quanttes of ofmaterial ofmaterial f
material m aterial bought were not needed for foremergency foremergen fi r
eb c emergency emergen e < Y work failed fnIed of confirmation m
conflrmaton
I by b y the witness witnessSpecifications tncs tncsSpeclfca
Specifications Speclfca ions Changed ChangedHe ChangedHe
He said sid that the specifications specifcatons for f L r
i lumber which had been made up i
t through t long years ears of experience experence re regarding regrding r rI
j garding grding g requirements of the isthmus isthmuswere Isthmu ra a
I
i were entirely ertrl changed by Chief Chie En Engineer Engineer Et l
j gineer g WaJace Wallace who adopted the specl spec
j fications fcaUom fi of the Illinois Ilnois Central spec Rail Railroad Rai Raioad ¬
i road r company and thereby greatly Jy in increased increase F Si
gea
creased crease c the cost of lumber lumberMr Jumberllr
Mr llr Anderson who made these pur purchases purchase pu r
chases chase c gave gve detailed detUed information informaton con concernfng concenling co a
cernfng c them themMr themr
Mr r Drake Drkc In answer nrswer to a question questionas quest0 questl I
as to whether he was aware pf the in inBtructlons Instructons 1 U ¬
Btructlons structons s of President Roosevelt re regarding i igadding ¬
garding the purchase l > rhase of supplies supples said sa rd
that t he was and called ced the same to
the attention atenton of the canal commission
Admiral Walker had told him that th
the purchaser purchase were not covered bythat byth
order as they were emergency energency re requirements re x xquirements
quirements Mr fr
Quiremcnt Drake Drke maintained
that from 25 to 33 3 3 per cent had been be
saved ved to t the
s government in the pur Pu rr
J
chases made by the railroad railroadWOMAN rairoad rairoadWOMAN j
WOMAN CHARGED WITH
ROBBING A MAIL SACKHelena SACK SACKHelena sAc I I K
Helena Mont Feb 27 27D 27Dipu Deputy puty it ty
United Vlted States Marshal Marhal Guthrie today toda todaarrested tod ay J
arrested Mrs Mr Nellie NeJe Leary Lear wife of the t 1re
Montana Central railway rihvn agent at Sil Silver Si S il ¬
ver a sma small station staUon sixteen sixten miles north northof northof nor th C
of Helena on the charge of taking takln a apackage alackage aI
package from rom the United Unied States mail ins I I
It I Is alleged the woman opened a mai1 mall mallsack in all allsuck IJI
sack sck left lef in the depot in transit mal to
Marysvllle 1Iar tne abstracting abstctng some sme merchan in n ¬
dise The postoffice posrfce Inspectors Inspetors claim to
have a clear case caseGORKY caseGORKY caseGORKY
GORKY IN LUCK LUCKLondon LUCKLondon LUCKLondon
London Feb 27 iA A dispatch dipatch to a a news wa
agency agenc from St St Petersburg Peterburg says Gov Gi ov jv ¬
ernor General Trepoff Trepo
GeerJ authorizes authorzes the an in
nountfomont IQurcp mont that Maxim l1 m GOrky Grk tho not a ot
qdiauthor 4 author and one of the leaders of the
raform I r Corm movement will wi be released rcle3ed to
morrow
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CARRIED C DOWN DOWNTO DOWNTO DOWNTO
TO THEIR DEATH DEATHFloor DEATHFoor
Flo Floor Foor r Collapsed CoI psed in Colored Church h ch in inNew inNew
New ew York YorkTHITEEN YorkIRTEEN
f fTHIRTEEN
TI THIRTEEN TH THITEEN IRTEEN PERSONS KILLED KILEDMOE KILLEDPE
MOE MO PE THAN FIFTY INJURED INJUREDSOME INJUREDSOME INJUREDSOME
SOME FATALLY FATALLYNEW FATALLYI FATALLYiv
NEW I I EW YORK Feb 27 27Thlrten 27Thirteen Thirteen per persons persons
r sons were killed kHed and more than 50 50Injured 50Injured 50Injured
Injured some probably fatallq fatlq by bythe bYthe bycollapse
the 1 collapse colapse of the decayed supports supportsof
of the foorng flooring of the Fleet street stret Afri African Afri African Afrin ¬
rr can ca n Methodist Episcopal church in inBrooklyn inBrookyn inooklyn
Brooklyn Brookyn Br ooklyn tonight tonIght Of those killed kUed ten teitwere tenwere teare
were we re women two men and apd one chin chinThose ohh ohhose
Those Th ose killed kled were wereBertha wereBertha wereertha ohh
Bertha B ertha Green GreenTeresa GreenTeresa Greeneresa
Teresa T eresa Ellis EllisAnna EUs EUsSamuel Ellisarnucl
Samuel S ChiSholm Chlsholm Chlsholmnna
Anna Anna A nna Bean BeanAnna Xi v vAnna S Snna
Anna A nna Sullivan SullivanLouis Sulyan SulyanLouis SuulvanouIs
Louis L ouIs A Smith SmUl SmithMary
g fi
Mary Mar Scott Scott J jour
Four F our unidentified unldentfedvpmen women womenOne womenne
One O ne unidentified uni entfed child childOne c childne Ud UdOne
One O ne unidentified unidentfed man manVictims manVictms manVictims
Victims Victms Suffocated SuffocatedDeath SuffocatedD
Death D ath in nearly nerly every case resulted resultedfrom resultedm
f from fro < m suffocation suffocationThe suffocaton suffocatonThe suffocationhe
The T he building buiding was an ancient ram ramshackle rm rmshackle ramackle ¬
shackle sh h ackle frame rame structure strucure erected ereted sixty sixtyyears sixtyars
years ye ears ars ago in the heart of the colored coloredsection coloredeUon colnredetton
section st etton of Brooklyn in Fleet street near nearMyrtle nearlvrte nearyrtle
ai Myrtle lvrte Muti yrtle avenue It I was condemned as asunsafe asuisafe assafe
ul unsafe uisafe uti safe several years ago agoArrangements agoArrangements
ag
Arrangements Arrangement had been made to tonight tonight toght ¬
n night ni ght to hold funeral services senlce of o Sid Sidney Sidney Sidy ¬
ney ne y Tainter one of the older members membersof membersthe
of the church and the Auditorium Auditoriumwhich Auilorium Auiloriumwhich Auiltorlunihich
which w hich Is one the second floor of the thebuilding thebuiding theilding
building buiding bu ilding the ground floor being used usedby usedb usedthe
by b the Sunday school was wa crowded crowdedwith crowdedwih crovdedth
with wih wi th aq audience of more than thu 300 per persons persons perns ¬
sons So ns of whom the majority majort were wo women wom woen ¬
men m en n
Floor Collapsed CollapsedI Colapsed ColapsedThe
The congregation congregton was w waiting waItn in sl sllence since
lence le nce for the arrival arIval of the body and andPastor andPastor andstor
Pastor Pa stor Jacobs was standing stnding at the al a iiir
tar tr ta r awaiting awaitng the summons to meet the thefuneral theneral I Ifuneral
funeral fu neral procession at the door when a asplintering aspJnter alinterlhg
splintering spJnter sp g of timbers tmber was heard and andin andin andan
in an instant the te half of o the auditorium auditoriumnearest
nearest ne nedo arest the door collapsed c lfpsed carrying carryingwn
down do wn more than a hundred persons personswho personswno personsho
who w wth ho were crushed in the wreckage wreckage of ofthe ofthe ofe
the th e flooring 11oOIng and pews A great geat volume volumeof volumedust VoJumeot
of dust for a few moments hid from fromview fromew
view vi ew the victims Yictms The remainder of the theaudience thedience
audience au dience finding themselves theselves cut off
from fr om the door and expecting expectng every in instnt Inant
stant stnt st ant that the rest of ot the flooring fooring would wouldcollapse wouJdcOlapse wouldllapse
collapse cOlapse co core llapse under them fought madly to toreach toreach toach
reach re ach the windows and in some in instances InstncQ Inances
stances stncQ st ances leaped leape from them and sus sustaIned
tained ta med serious injuries injuriesWork injuriesWork
Work of Rescue RescueOn
On the arrival of the police polce and fire tireenthe Ire Iremen
men in inre enthe the work of rescue began bega Th6se Th6seremaining h se seremaining semaining
remaining re uninjured on the portlon portfo1 < of ofe
the th thfr e floor remaining intact werefk were taken takenom n
from fr om the windows by ladders ladder Those
lying Iing ly ing in the mass massot of wreckage wreckg on the thewerfloor
lower lo werfloor floor foor could Only nlYbe be reached after
the th thth e firemen had hewed their thei way afer to toem
them th em with wih axes axe Out of the wreck ten
bodies bo dies were recovered and taken tken to a astton
station stton s house hoUsed and about about thirty removed1 removed
to the Brooklyn hospital where three threewomen
women w omen died soon after afer being admitted
All Al A ll the te ambulances In Brooklyn Brookl admited were Werecled
called cled ca lled out and about a score of those
hurt h urt were able to go home after afer their
Injuries In had been attended to
Heartrending scenes were witnessed wlteMed
in the station staton house which was
thronged th ronged with wih relatives relatves and friends
who w ho came to identify Jdentf the dead deadI
I
UNKNOWN U STEAMER ON FIRE FIRESupposed FIRESupposed
Supposed S at First Fist to Be the Columbia ColumbiaLatter ColumbiaLatter olumbiaLatter
Latter Arrives ves at San SanFncisco
Francisco FranciscoCrescent Fncisco FnciscoCresnt
Crescent Cresnt City Ci Cal Feb 27 27Lale Late
this th is afternoon nfe n two steamers steaers supposed
to be the steamer Columbia and a eel
cl
Her ler li ar arrived arived off ot this port The The vessel esselwhich
which w hich is supposed suppsed to be the Columbia
had h ad a list and presented preented the appear appearance
ance si nce of being on fire The
fre passengers passengerswere
passengrs passengrswere
were w ere transferred trnsferred to the collier cOUer and to
the t he steamer Del Norte which went out ut
from f rom this port portThe
The collier coler put to sea sa today toda and will wI
probably p be b Followed by the Columbia
The Del Norte will
f wl come into this
harbor h in the morning when particu
lars Jar l ass will wil be obtainable obtainableSan partcu
San Francisco Frcisco Feb 27 2 27TIre The steamer
Columbia C passed Into port at 915 915ocloc
clock o tonight Her arrival arival places an anoter
oter o ther phase o onthe the dIspatch from Cre Crecent Cres Cresent
cent c ent City Ci Cal > tonight and shipping shpping
men m en are endeavoring to discover the
identity Identty i of the steamer reported to be
in I n distress off of that harbor harborSan harborSan
San Francisco Francsco Feb 27 27It It is believed beU ed edat
at a t the merchants exchange in this city
that t the steamer reported in distress distres distresat ciy
at a t Crescent City Clt this afternoon afernoon Is the thesteamer r
steamer s Oregon which left let here yester
yeter
day da d ay at 4 t oclock for northern norther points
The T he Oregon was due off of Crescent Cresent pInts City
at a t about abolt 1 oclock this afternoon afernoon Ciy She Sheresmble
resembles resmble r In many ways the steamer stearneiolumbia
Columbia C olumbia and might readily be mis
taken tJcen t for that vessel It I is thought that t
the t he collier mentioned is
coler mentoned the Meteor Meteoroming Meteoroming
oming c here from Oyster Oyter Bay By Alaska laska
and a nd due here tomorrow tomorrowIt tomorow tomorowI
It I has been een learned that thattile ttfe transfer
transferS tnsferof
of o f passengers passengrs took place thatele some distance distce distceoutside distanetutside S
outside o of Crescent City Ciy harbor hence
the t he inability Inablty of the people ashore to toascertain t
ascertain a the identity Jdently of the disabled dIsbled I Iessel
vessel vesel V essel The Te failure faiure of the steamer Del 1
Norte to return to the port por of Crescent
City Cf tonight is explained expJaned by the dan dangerpus dangerpus dangerpus
gerpus condition concUon at times tmes of the bar ba r
there t and the
hazard hazad In attempting attemptng to tomake tomake h hmake
make port at dark darkVESSEL darkVESSIL darkESSL
VESSEL VESSIL V ESSL COVERED BY BYSHOWER BySHOWER BYSHOWER
SHOWER OF ASHES ASHESSan >
San Francisco Feb 27 27For For I
several 1
ho hours h ours on the night of Jan 19 a shower I IPacific
r
or o f black nahos fell on the
hc Pacific Mail ashe fol decks of the tb C
lal steamer San Jose off the tb B
const c of
Nicaragua At
COlst Nicraga midnight the of
fleer fcer f leer on watch made out the flaming 1
tt torch t of the volcano of Momotpmbo I faming
thirty thlrt t miles mn s Inland from Corinto Coruto motmbo and an p S i
fifty tt Y miles In a direct course coure from the th C
San Jose ose and he understood
undertood that the fall fat
of ashes came cae from the erupting moun tal L
tln r ain For several hour hours the eruptng volcano and an d i
its Is i ts flame fame were wrrc in sizht Iht On the roturn rotur n
trip t rip when the San Jose called at Co r
rlnto the facts fao about abut the cruotion were c
eruDton
learned Jeared t It was also learned leaned that the th
destruction destructon caused c used by the volcanos volcnos out
burst burt at first frst believed beleved by b the Nicar Nicr Nicaaguans
aguuns agans to have been bcenextcnslc extensive had been beenremarkably bee a aremarkably
remarkably slight slight Momotombo lfootombo was then the n
only smoking as as of old oldFIFTEEN oldFIFTEEN oldFIFTEEN
FIFTEEN KNOWN DEAD DEADWelch DEADWeJch DEADWelch
Welch W Va Feb 27 ZFtteen 21FIfteen Fifteen men rae a
are ar known to be dead as the result of t
the explosion epJosion In shaft sbafto No o 1pf 1 of the lint I
ed States Sttes Coal Coke Goke company cmpany Uni The TI re renumberr P
of o dead may ma be even even greater
but It Is 8 Impossible now to explore epJor graater the tI
mine because use of the he fire r which Wl ig 1 still sti ui 5 1
burnIng i
I
p
Weary WearyI I thank me lucky stars Ive I ye always escaped aped that job
MAY I M AY NOT NOTBETHEH NOTBETHEHMENWANTEE BE THE THEMEN THE I IMEN
MEN MENWANTEE WANTED WANTEDCaldwell WANT I
Caldwell Ca idwell and Praughton PraughtonProve Fughton LieIYt Like1yto Like1ytoProve f o orove I
Prove rove an Alibi AlibiQUESTIONED Abi AbiaUJSTIONED AlibiUESTIONEDBY
Q QUESTIONED aUJSTIONED UESTIONEDBY B BY LEF0RS LEF0RSDETECTIVE LEF6J LEFORSI LEFORSETEcTIyE I IDETECTIYE I
D DETECTIVE DETECTIYE DOUBTS THEIR BE BEING ¬
ING THE CODY ROBBERS ROBBERSSpeclalo ROBBERSSpecial
Special Speclalo to The Herald HeraldVERNAL
V I ERNAL Utah Feb 27 27Sherif 27Sheriff Sheriff
VERNAL
V l Fenton Fenton of Big BIg Horri Horn HorrcOuirty < auit3 U 1t3 5Vyo fo fominS 3O
ming minS and Joseph Lafors Laors dcpuW diPU diPULn
u ITnited Ln nlted ied States Statesmarsh marshalfor lfor the southern soutern souterndistrict southernstrict
di district strict of Wyoming are here for the thepurpose tht
p purpose pupose of further Identifying IdentfyIng Caldwell Caldwel
a and ntJ Fraughton as the men who held up
t the th e bank at Cody Lafors is the detec dete
ti tive tve ve who gathered the the evidence upon uponwhich
w which hich Tom Horn the slayer sl rer of Willie Willieichols vnUeNIchols
N Nichols ichols was wa convicted Lafors has put putIn
In n the entire day with wih the two men men and andtook andok
tt took ok each one into a room alone and andput
p put ut them through a rigid course of ofquestoning
Q questioning questoning After Afer making every effort efort efortto
tt to toO draw drw the te men out he hegve hegave gave it i as his hidopinion hisopinion hispinion
toF opinion O tonight that Caldwell and andFraughton andFrughton andraughton
Fraughton Frughton F are not the men who held heldup heldP
up u ue P the Cody Coy bank Sheriff SherIf Fenton in inclnes
clines clnes e to the same view iew iewFirm
Firm in His Belief BeliefW Belef BelefW
1 W L Waltz Valt who has positively posiivelt posltivelientified
Identified Identfied id entified the two men still remains remans remansfln
firm fln fi rm in his belief that theyvare theyare the men m n nHe
E He H e is especially especialy positive positve concerning
c Caldwell Caldwel Lafors claims to have known knownof
o of f the whereabouts of the men who whoheld whoheld whoeld
h held eld up the bank bak in the fore part of ofDecember ofDeember ofecember
r December Deember D ecember The date that Caldwell Caldwel and andFraughton andraughton
F Fraughton confessed to have stolen the thesadde
saddle sadde s for which they were arrested arrestedhere arrsted arrstedere arrestedere
h here ere was Dec 13 and Lafors Lafor believes believesthat beHevesthat believeshat
t that the men could not have reached reachedhere reacheelhere reachedere
h here ere from where he knew of them by bythat bythat
t that time tme Both men gave the names namesof namC namesf
o of f citizens cItzens of Wyoming by whom they theyclaimed the thecamed theylaimed
c claimed camed they could account accunt for their theirwhereabouts thei theirhereabouts
v whereabouts whereabout w at the date of the Cody Codyaffair Codyafar
a affair afar at ffair The detectives detectves state that nei neither neither nd ¬
ther t made any damaging confession confessionand confessl confessionnd n nnnd
a and nd if they are the men wanted they theyare the theare theyre
a are re the coolest ones he ever ran against againstin agln5t agln5tin
ii in I n his fifteen ffeen years year experience exprience exprienceWi experienceWill
Will Wi Probably Be Held HeldIn HeldIn HeldIn
In view iew of the alleged confession confessionmade
r made m ade to Thomas Labrum Lbrum and the posi positive positive
tive t tp ive statement sttement of WaIts Valt the menwill men wil wilprbably will
probably prbably p be taken takel to Wyoming where wheretheir wher whereheir
t their identity Identty can be established establshed It I is isclaimed it islaimed
c claimed cllimed c beyond bCond question queston that Sheriff SheriffFenton Sheriffenton herif
I Fenton F is armed with wih requisition requIsion papers papersfor
f for or the two men and tonight it i looks as asif
i if f ah an arrangement will wU be arrived arrved at atby atby
t by b y which the men can be taken to Wyo Wyoming Vy Vyming
i ming Sheriff SherIf Prfeece Pr ece will wH be guided guidedhowever guidedhoweer
1 however h owever by b Instructions Intctons from District DistrictAttorney Distrct DistrctAtorney
j Attorney Atorney D D Houtz who wh has 1as wired wiredthat
1 that t Judge Booth Both has ha refused to lease Jeasethe leasehe ease easethe
t the t he men from his jurisdiction jurisicton This Thismater
j matter mater may be satisfactorily stsfactoriy arranged arrnged arrngedtonight
1 tonight t Lafors Lfora the te detective detectc came camehere canlehere canrehere
here at the request reuest of the Wyoming Wyominggovernor Yomilg Yomilggovernor
j governor Sheriff Sherif Fenton states that
1 therewill t be no trouble over the reward rewardshould rewartlshould
i should s the men m n prove prye on further inves investgton
i tigatlon tgton t to be the right men He has hasexpresed
expressed expresed < the opinion that Sheriff SherIf Hor Horton
1 ton t on has ha no 10 valid vald claim caim to the reward
j GOVERNOR GOVERNORWILL GOVERNORWILL GOVERNORWILL
WILL USE VETO POWER POWERButte POWERBute
Butte Bute Mont ont Feb 27 2 27Heiena A iRelenu Helena spe special specal special ¬
cial cal says says that t at the senate sen le by bJ one vote voterefused voterefused ote oterefused
refused to adopt a house resolution resoluton in introduced introduced Introducod
troduced by Representative Representatve Lanstrum Lanstrumcalling LanstrumcaUng Lanstrumcalling
calling caUng upon Governor Goenlr J K Toole not notto notto
to veto the the railroad rairoad commission comisslol1bU bill billwhich
which has huo just passed Pc1SSe the legislature legislatureTaking Jegslature JegslatureTaking legislatureTaking
Taking advantage advana of the absence Cf qfRepublcan f fRepublican
Republican Republcan senatprs senat r the Democrats Dcnlocrts Dcnlocrtswaited Dento rats ratswaited
waited until Senator Waite Wale had asked askedand askednd askedand
and nd been be bee granted grnte 1leave leave of absence absnceto absncetoatcnd to toattirncf
atcnd attend the inauguration inaugratonot ot the presi president pre president i ident
dent When the permission was grant granted granted granted
ed the te Democrats Democrts sprung the resdlu re8 resolutlon lu luton
tion ton Waite Waic attempted atempted to t vote but was wasruled wasruled
ruled out of order and the resolution resolutionwas resoJuton resoJutonwas resolutionwas
was indefinitely indefniely tabled by one vote voteThis ote oteThis
This It I is believed beIeved settles setles the doom dom of ofthe urthe ofthe
the commission bill bi as the governor governorhas governorha governorhas
has ha expressed expresed his opposition oppositon to it itIDAHO ItIDAHO I IIDAHO
IDAHO POSTMASTERS POSTMASTERSSpecial POSTMASTERSSpecial POSTMASTERSSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldWashington HeraldWahington HeraidWashington
Washington Wahington D C Feb 27 27Idaho 27Idahopostmaster 27Idahopostmasters Idaho Idahopostmasters
postmasters postmaster appointed appointed Barton Custer Custercounty Custercounty
county William WIlam F Miles 1Ues vice H D DDaker DDaker DDaker
Daker resigned Bear
resiged Washington WasbJngtoncountt Washingtoncounty
county countt Marada Marda E Carroll CarolIc ylce Ada Ada AdaR A6aB
R R Smith S resigned res ig ed MHnesrlVGassl 3IIlflr UJq ri 1 Gasii Gasiicounty
county count SHas SlasD D Burton vice vic sa jl 13 13Beckett nBeckett
Beckett t resigned resI eds iA > Jn JnBecke
ADMITTANCE A WILL BE BY TICKET TICKETGeneral TICKETGeneral r I Ieneral
General G eneral Public Publc Will Wil be Locked LockedOut Out While Whie the Colorado Legisla Legislature Legislaure ¬
0 5 ture ure Renders Its Is Decision in the Peabody Peabodyj PeabodyContest
j Contest C ntest Case
S
ENTER Feb 27 2 2Printtd Printed copies of ofhe ofthe ofthe
DENrER the he briefs of the findings fndings of coun counsel counse counse1
sel se for Ji Jfmes Jqmes mes H Peabody Peabod and Alva AlvaAdams Alvadams
A Aw Adams dams in the gubernatorial gbernatorial contest contestwere contestwere contestere
Am w were ere today toda placed In the hands hands of each eachmember eachmember eachember
m member ember of the committee commite which heard heardthe heardthe hearde
tl the e evidence in the case and the he com committee com1Itee cornittee ¬
mittee 1Itee ip p ittee began begn consideration considerton of its it re report report reort ¬
pjo p port < ort which hleh is to be submitted subinitt d to the
Jc Joint ijit convention conventon ot the generalussem se general erl uset assern asserny
bl bly y on on Thursday next nextPeabodys next nextPeabodys
Peabodys brief claims his election by b
2 2433 433 majority majoriy this result resul being cectou reached reachedrejecting
b by b3 rejecting rejectng the entire vote of 104 Den DenVer Denr
v ver ve r precincts prcncts and a number of precincts
in Adams Boulder Conejos and Pueb Puebcounties ¬
lo counties countes which gave aYe Democratic ma maritles ¬
Democrtc
je jorities jorites jore ritles The claim is made that the thereturns theretunlS
re returns tuirns from om these precincts precinct are so soermeated
pi permeated pereated p with vih fraud that the true truesults
r results result re < sults of the election electon in them cannot cannote
b be < e determined determinedAdams determinedAdanS determinedAdams
Adams AdanS Majority is 6955 6955Governor 6955GO 6955Governor
Governor GO rnor Adams brief btiei claims caims that thate
h he e has ha a majority of 6955 after afer cUmin eliminating eJmln ¬
a ating 3tng ting all al precincts precinct in which the fair fairness fairness fairess ¬
ness n ess of the
election has not been
electon ben prov provsn provsn provr provBoth
sn sn er r
snBoth
Both briefs in the
are the form of a re report reort ¬
p port ort of findings of fact and an recommen recominen recomrnenatlons ¬
d dations datons atlons tp the joint jOintconyenton convention of the thegeneral theeneral
g general eneral assembly It is expected that thatoth I
b both oth of these th se reports will wi go before the
joint convention conventon with wit perhaps slight slightchanges slght slghtchanges sligi itchanges it
changes one being presented by b a ma majority majorl L ¬
jority jorl and the others otler by b a mlnprlty h prit of ofthe f
the te contest contet committee committeeThe commitee commiteeThe committeeThe
The report in favor of Governor GoyernorAdams r
Adams claims that the contestant ontestnt t
Peabody Peabod has failed faied to prove that he hereceived hereceived I re rereceived e
received a plurality pJurUt of the legal legl votes vot is s
for the office ofce of governor and recom recommends recommends it itmends ¬
mends that the contest be be dismissed dismissedThe dismU1edJ dismU1edJTh
The Th Peabody Pe body Brief BriefThe BriefThe BriefThe
The report repor in favor aor of Peabody Peabod rec recommends recI re C Commends ¬
I I I ommends ommeds the th adoption of resolutions resolutionswhfch resolutons resolutonsnlJfch s ISs9iieh
whfch submitted
are sUbmIted declaring that tin lt
Peabody received the
highest num ii 1 ¬
ber of f lawful votes ots for governor seror that tin ret t
Adams Adam is holding the office ofce without withoutright wihout wihoutright wlthoi at atright t
right or lawful title tte that upon adop p ¬
tion of the resolutions resolutons Adams shall shal be beadjudged 1 e eadjudged
adjudged to be
ousted from the pos possession possession po a asession ¬
session of the said office ofce and that all allstate thl thlstate
state stte departments depaltment and officials ofcials and all allpersons tli tlipersons
persons are a commanded and enjoined enjoin rd tl
to recognize ecogize James H Peabody as the ti tre Ie
lawful governor Oeror of the state stte of Colo Colorado Colorado Col 0 0radcs ¬
U USpeaker
rado radoSpeaker radcsSpeaker
Speaker Dickson Dickon announced annouled today todr
that during thc sessions sesions of the te joint jointconvention jointconve 101 101convention I J
convention conve ton to consider the contest all allentrances al illentrances n
entrances entrnces to the chamber will wi be closed closedand cJosedand dos i iand
and only onJ persons perons holding holing tickets tcket will wi w J
I be admitted admited Four tickets ticket will w11 be given giveneach giveneach givi givieach n
each member and twenty twent each to the thecontestant thecontestnt t tcontestant
contestant contestnt and contestee for distribu u ¬
lion ton
AMENDMENT A I I TO THE CONSTITUTION CONSTITUTIONDubois 1
J
Dubois D Plan to Put a Stop top to Polygamous Practices PractcesNothing PracticesNoihir Nothing I 9 11 a
Definite Regarding Further Testimony Testimon in the theSmoot theSmont theSmoot
Smoot Case
A I I ASHINGTON ASHIGTON Feb 27 27Senator 27Senatorvv Senator SenatorDubois SenatorDubois
W 1 vv Dubois D bois introduced intr 1ntructd uc Jeb d In the senate senatetoday senatetoda senatetoday
today toda a joint joi t resolution resoluton for a aconstitutional aconsttutonal aonstitutional
c constitutional consttutonal amendment prohibiting prohibitingpolygamy prohibitng prohibitngroJygamy prohibitingolygamy
polygamy r and polygamous cohabita cohabitation cohabia cohabiaton cohabltaion ¬
f ion ton tonThe
The resolution resoluton Is as a follows followsThat folows folowsT followSTat
That T at the committee committe on the judiciary judiciarbe
j be b e and it i Is hereby herby authorized authorzed and in instructed instructed intructed ¬
g structed s to prepare and report to the thesenate thcsenate theenate
senate s within wihin thirty days after afer the be beginning beirning beinning ¬
ginning g irning of the next session sesion of congress congressa conges congesa congressjoint
a joint resolution resoJuton of the two houses of ofcongress ofcongress ofongress
congress c proposing to the several states statesamendments statesamendments statesmendments
j amendments a to the constitution consttuton of the theUnltefl theUnleU theUnIted
UnIted UnleU States which shall shal provide m msubstance AUubstance n nsubstance
f substance s for the prohibition prohibiion and pun punishment punIshment punshment ¬
j ishment of polygamous polygmous marriages and andplural andplural andplural
plural cohabitation cohabitton contracted or prac practiced practiced praciced ¬
ticed t within wihin the United States and In Inevery ineery invery
every e place subject to the jurisdiction jurisdictionof jurisdIcton jurisdIctonof
of o f the United States and ad which shall shallIn shal shalln
j In I n substance also aJs require all al persons personstaking personstaking personsaking
1 taking t office ofce under the constitution consttuton or orlaws orlaws oraws
j laws l aws of the United States or of any anystates an anslates anytates
states s st to take and subscribe subsribc to an oath oaththat oaththat oathhat
that t he or she is not and will wi net n t be a amember amember amember
member or adherent of any organiza organization organizaton organizaion ¬
ion ton t whatever the laws rules or nature natureof I
of r which organization orgnizaton require him or orher orhor orher
her to disregard disegrd his or her duty dul to sup support support support ¬
port and maintain the constitution consttufon and andthe andthe andthe
the laws of the United Unied States Stt and of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the several states statesSpecial statesSpecial statesSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldWashington Herlq HerlqVashlngton HeraldWashington
Washington Feb 27 27Senator Senator Du Dubois Dubois ¬
bois Is of of the opinion at the present prsent
time that he will wi not address adre the sen senate se se fl flate ¬
ate te in support of his resolution reoluton Intro iitro iitrocuced Inti ol 0 0ciuced ¬
duced cuced today providing preliminary prelminary prelimina ry ryGe
procedure prcedure for submission submision of a a consti eons Ge u ¬
tutional tutonaJ amendment regulating regulatng const polyg poly ST ¬
amy and polygamous practices practces
It I Is the belief belef of Senator Dubois Dubi iris <
that no further furthir action acton will wil be taken tak en
this session sssion by the senate committee committeeen commlti 456 cecn
en privileges priv1egea an3 ano elections electens in the t he
Smoot case c s Chairman Charman Burrows and andother andother a nd adother
other members of the committee commitee and andmembers a mi ridmembers
members of the te committee commitee on rules rulesare rles rlesare vu les lesare 1 b
are carefully carefuly considering the tc question questionwhether questionwheter questi questiwhether on
whether wheter or not the committee or sub subcommittee subcommittee st stcommittee ¬
committee has ha authority authoriJ tovisit to vlsit islt Utah Ut ak
to take additional additonaJ teastimony teastmony in the thecase thece I hecase he
case ce under the resolution resoluton adopted at nt
the last session sssion granting grantng such author auth ¬
ity i It I Is the opinion of practically ractfcalj all allsenators anfnator 5i
senators who have
fnator examined the ques qu es s ¬
tion ton that no further authorization authorizaton is isnecessary isnecessa isnecessary
necessary necessa and that the resolution resolutionpreviously lSoJuton lSoJutonprviously vesolut ion on
previously prviously adopted confers confer all required requiredu requir red Qd
authority authorityChairman authorltyChairman u orly orlyChaIrman
Chairman Burrows Is conferring conferri Lag S
with wih the comptroller of the treasury trear treasu ry
who would have final fna1 action in that he hewould
would pass p ss upon the accounts of the he
disbursing officer ofcer of the senate in inmaking inmaking Int
making payments pym nts for the expenses fcf 0t ° r r t
the committee commItee and an will be guided by
the comptrollers comptro1ers opinion PInionI If further furt her ier
authority Is found necessary it Is
nelessal I ex expected expected ¬
pected Burrows will
wil Introduce Intoduce a reso re so ¬
lution luton requesting requestng it i and upon ro the
adoption or rejection of this
adopton rejecton resolu resc du ¬
tion ton some sme indication fndlcaton may be had of
the attitude atttude of oC the senate snatc for or orgalnst
against
galnst Smpot
KEARNS AND SMOOT ARE AGREED AGREEDSpecial
Special to The Herald Herld Herldrashfngon HeraldWashington
Washington rashfngon Feb 27 27Senators Senators Kearns and Smoot have reached reahed a a acompromise acompromise
compromise on the proposition to create a new land land district xin InUtah InUtahand Utah Utahand
and the to public lands committee commitee has prepared a ar report upon the Howell
bill bI along lines lnes of the compromise which1will whlchwU be besubmitted submitted submited por to te the thesen thesenate sen senate senate ¬
ate at the first opportunity opportunl and the th Howell Howel bill bi passed as as amended to
conform contorm with the committees commitees report repor The compromise is along the lines
suggested by Senator Senator Kearns who accepts the Howell bill defining lnes the
Howel
bJ defning
land district but adds Carbon county and leayes leae the question of desig ¬
nating natng the land office ofce to the president preident of the United Unied queton States Senator r
Smoot has not only onl Informed infored the te public publc lands committee commitee Sttes that Sent the toll
as a thus amended will wi be acceptable acceptble to him but he called caled on the officers U i
of the Interior department department and ofcrs
secured seured their teIr acquiescence acquIecence in the pro ¬
vision YiS i on addimj addll Carbon Car Q county coun ty to the the proposed pro Po S d new n W d district is triC t Unless side 8idericked I
Ira trcked ricked eked in in th t > a presa pres of business of the closing doslng 1osIngilitys days ys of t the session the I
t
S final fQal J passage assag of thfc th Jandjpdlfitrlet Jand strlct bill bl rajiyVriaw if they i iJ no bViJxpected b dxpected Rech d dJ dJ
J a
J
LMAZEPPA MAZEPPA RIDE RIDEENDS RIDEENDS RIDEENDS
ENDS IN DEATH DEATHj
I j Former Forer Salt Sal lake Lae Girl Gil Dies Strapped ShppedI
I I to Horses Hore9s Back BackTRAGEDY BackON
TRAGEDY I ON TEXSDESE TEXAS DESERT DESERTI T TWOMAN
WOMAN LEFT UTAH FOR LOVE LOVEI
I I OF OFA A MAN MANSTRAPPED MANI
I I TRAIPED to the back of a ha4t ha4twild bU bUwid ha4fI
I STRAPPED S wild wid horse hore which wlicl1 was vts turned turne loose looseon
I on inc ne desert plains of Texas TexasPauline TexasPaulne
I Pauline Paulne Schuta Schut formerly formery pin a chamber chambermaid chambe ¬
I maid at the Knutsfocd 1autQd Hotel lltel in Salt
I
Lake Lke was found dead de miles mie from any anysettlement anysettement
settlement settement and still tied ted to the horse ho
The particulars I > arUcumn of the th W9mfuts womans tragic rc
death de9th cannot be learned l0re but It is I be ¬
lieved leved that she was found by b a a couple coupleof cupie cupieof
of ranchers rncher who burled her Word of
her death deth came cme to her friends In II this thiscity thi
city clJ yesterday 3esteray but the account aoun wsis vs
wis
brief
and the circumstances HTC re not
cIfcumst o
known knownWhila knownYble ao
While Yble she he was as working at the Knuts Knut
ford fOd hotel she fell tel in love with wih an a em employe e ¬
ploye there and IUd It Is understood uneroto that tltatshe tbatsh
she sh was induced Induce to 70 go o away awy with wih him h
I She left lef suddenly about six six months month ago agowithout agowithout
I without telling teHng any RI of her he friends but butsh butghl
I I sh as she wan Wa afterwards aferwards heard herd rrom tln In Tex Texas Texas ¬
as
I Many ran of her friends objected objecte to her
J nmrrying mf h the train mnn she met at at the hotel hoteland hotelI hoteland
I and triedto trie to Induce her to t nave nothing
i to h t do with wih him himj hhn hh 101aln
j I Miss 1iss Schut Schuta was a converted converte to the theSwitzerland t
I 1lonnon storinori faih faith at her bune borne In Bell
1 Switzerland Swlterlalld and came tUn to Salt Lake Lakej Bl i
I Clt City about to
years YCUS ago After Afet she
j had been eJ here her for a short time she
left the church churh and her friends se
t tIetdH say saywith s
that
It wits IL On aut account or this man
thi Jn
I with whom she had fallen in love
I Mis 1i8 fVhutii was about faU 22 2
t d1t wa 2 years yer of
I use and ln hud no relatives rlatve In this t8 tht coun
try tryNOT tr tri
t
i NOT READY READY iim FOR ACTION ACTION I IBljtsh
British Bljtsh Government Goverent WilLNot WiL WiR Not Inter IterI
fere ferein in Macedonia at atPresent atPresent
Present PresentLondo
London Feb 27 27In In the boose of com coi
mons today tOay during durn the debate dbt b iS in I reply repl c r
to the speech from the throne
speh th tJrne Mr lr Stev
eases elD tadanc advanced jfberaU introduced
an I
lIbl intouc J
amendment amenment arrived tr the declaring delan government that the th to take time UnM stejs had hadto hd ba I
to ensure the th tke 3ejt
nur execution of reformers
eecuton rforme in ii 1 i
Macedonia Iucdol and uH by b the th appointment aplJlntnten of oi > f
ChrIstian IHiwers IHiwersKarl eluittal IHer sovernors overnr rspoiwlbie rponlb to the th e I
Karl Krl Percy Per undersecretary Ufde retr f fOr r foreign i
affairs aftalr replying rlylu said sid the government gofrUlent forgn wa a 4 I
not satisfied stted with Wtl the progress pro f made mado but bt ho t
was Rs s not nreaared Dre to aress the matter r
unduly uoul He declared deJar re that r the villagers Jttl I
j often oren exaggerated oggerte their tr grievances srlea vUle and sue j I 1
I the act acts of the Turklh Turkleh gov govcrnment Ever an r
i since sin the reform scheme had rnmet been in I jcounts
e
augureteti there had been sickening at
augrte hd he slcenln
counts culL of outrarres outrcs but the underaecre undell I I I
1
tarydid tr tRd did not believe believe th thE the r rces races tces In 12 the th In InI J
tenor of
Macedonia
would consent to C
Iaceoni COnnt j
come under any European Euro n iM pwe power > wer The Tt Th J I I I
British Brit government KOVerltEnt did not propose to toalow t 5 a i
allow alow its It hand baDlo to be forced ror er The prope powers S s j
should disillusionize 41lusonze the minds nins of PWe the tb th thVOUtiOflry C f i
J VOUtiOflry ltonar leden leaders of the Idea that tbf tb I I Ipower
I powers power woul would lend tnemselves themsehe to any an I Icipltated I
encouJfnt enCourag1nent If the revolutonists revolutionists pre I
cipltated clpltat matters mattersaccepted mater Gre Gret Briain Britain la had pr not no noaccspte4 t I
accepted any responsibility I apart front ft i i
I
the ee other powers hi in this mutter teart I I
Mr Bryce Bryc liberal berl severely verb criticised 1
the undenworeuirys unde tn s soeech s b He crtiI said sJ it Itshowe I It t
showed showe a Jack of symimthy sml tY which lutlll nU II I I
wch
Lansdowiies Lnsownes fled fle the the J0 jtood orerrtratlons DrerUon arenara effect fftet of dons Foreign Forlbt Secretr SrtaJ > y y i
Premier Premir Balfour Blour said sai It I would woud be b im imi j I II
I possible lbJe for th the British = oernmnt oiernment at I
i I the present stage of the Uu scheme shme of re M
I I forms to sepai eJ lte Isel itself from th the are agree i iment
ment betw between n thE the owers wers He dela declare d
thfre there waR no dUfrne difference of policy ley btWe betee
Lansdowne Lnsdowuf Undersecretary lndereretr Percy and Secretary Secretr Secretar
The TE amendment of Mr 1 Stevens was re r re rejected I
jected jte without a division dlis1oneee
eee I
RODE OVER THE SPEAKER SPEAKERRepresenta i
j
Representative Representa ve Burton urn of Ohio Oho Aided Aded J j 1 I Iby j I
by Democrats Democrts Got Control ontol j
of the House
asbin ton Fb 2 27With lth a hndfuJ handful o f I
Republicans RepubUcns aided aide by the Democrats DemocratsRepresentative S s
Representative Repre tath Burton of Ohio Dmrt today toy toyined teds ly y
gained ined complete control of the house and andf at atforced id 5
bp
forced a al as amendment to the sundry sund civil chf ct I
f appropriation alJpropriaton bill bl reoulrias th the use of ofgranite ofgrnite f
granite grnite in the construction cnstructin of th th public pblc pblct publ IC c I
t I building f at Cleveland his hI home town tow C u
I Chairman n Hemenwy t of ollrheO ollrheOI the approprla u 1 t
I hulls tin us committee commitee was put to rout rout white whil th t CI I IunUUHl I
I unusual spectacle Itace was aus witnessed wlt d of the In tr i ipresiding Ipreiding
presiding preiding officer oCfeer being bein twice twie overruled overul on n I i
I an anneal a Jea from frm his decisions del ons The Theamendment TheImeomlnt Ti el 5 I
amendment Imeomlnt however was as not disagreed dlt disagreeal n1 n1I j 1
t to mal iitiI Mr L Hemeway 1lemetiway bd had exhustt exhust al I
unsuccessfully 1nlclsrl every means m rnea R at t his hi dte dteposal di difl0l II r riinsuceeesfnlly
posal JJ01 to check ehHk the tid td tide agaInst aluat him bl In Inorder Inorder I Ius n
order to adopt the amendment amenment it was wasnCr WI us ts
necessary nCr to revert to a a page of th th the WIill WH b bso ill 11 nalrey
Ise
already passed over a procedure alo air airunusual so 10
alrey U unusual Pse preur as
seeing thtV th thr h hf ha had hd been ben outflanked outflanke by byMr bylr I ICs y I
Mr lr Burton Mr Ir Hemenway Hem wHY several seral times Um Umsu timud Cs
sought su ht an adjournment adjurment after afer th the bill bl had hadbeen hr ud id
been reported reorted to the house houe for favorable favobl favorataction iet
action aeton but his motions moton were wer voted vote down downSo dowSo dow dowSo
So clearly cleri were he hI and an bis followers folwe followerswinorlty 111 t
the te minority mfnort that th1t Mr MI Hemenway Himenwy iater iaterrunted l late latea ter terrUIted
runted a roll rol call Cl to move the t te pa pfS pau paubill sac Je Jeof
of the bill which carried amid loud ap appJte a
cRrr
nlnuse pJte The bill bU carries crrie a total totl appro appeIlrRtion pprolrlton 0
prflition lrlton of 85272250 6
Burlier urler in the day the th conference cnferenee re re i ias e
j port prt on the army arm appropriation 8proulaton Mil bl was wasagreed w as
agreed to and a number numbr of measures measuI per prtlninJ pe r
pr
passed taming tlninJ to the Distict restrict of Columbia Columbi were wecepased we ire
pased pasedHAS
0 0HAS e
HAS ALMOST RECOVERED RECOVEREDnt RECOVEREDI
Senator Clarks Wife Will WiLeave WillLeave Leave the t he I IHspita
Hospital This Wepk WepkNew We k kKew
New York York Feb Flb 27Mrs 1llr William 1llam 1llamCJark WilliamCisr A
Clark CJark th the wife wie of Senator Setor Clark of Mon Montan y yti
tana tan ti is In a private hospital hopitl here Short Shortly Shortafter Sho ¬
ly I after her return three weeks ks ago agofrom aGofrom ai o
from Paris ParJs she sh was taken tken there ther by aier or 01
Qer of the the Clark family famiy physician Physcian a n nan uti
an n operation operton was performed prtomle News ews of ofthe
the young voun womans wo ns illness Une was vS wot 1ot how howerr ha haover rW
ever err permitted permite to become beome public 1Mblc 1MblclhouSh
Although lhouSh the operation oprtoJ wa w Was not of a aserious
serious nature the te highly hlJbl nervous nerous con cn cnditon ci tl
dition diton of Mrs Ir Clark made maCfe her recovery nOo nOoslow or 1v
slow She will wi b b be removed reovod to her hr home homesome ho hosome rae
some time UmeJhls thIs week weekBAILEYS wek weekBAILEYS I
BAILEYS PLAN PLANWashington PLANWashington
Washington Feb 27 7enator 27SenatorBailey 7enatorBaiey Senator SenatorBailey I
Bailey Baiey today toda Introduced as as asamendment n namendment v vamendment
> amendment to the Indian ldlan appro approprintion appr appropriatlon
printion priaton bill bi a bill bllcreUng creating one onestate oe oeslte opestate
state slte of Oklahoma and Indian Indian Ter Territory Terriot Territory
ritory ritorySALT riot ritorySALT I Ie ISALT
s e
SALT LAKE MAN MANAPPOINTED MANAPPOINTEDSpecial APPOINTED APPOINTEDSpecial APPOINTEDSpeal
Special to The he Herald HeraldWashington Herld HerldVashington HeraldWashington
Washington Feb 27 2 2tC C F An Annett Annett Annet
nett net formerly of Cheyenne Cho ennC and andSalt andSalt am I ISalt >
Salt Lake City Cit was today4appoint today4appointed tOdaY
Ip lt lted
ed general neral superintendent o of tl1governmfnt the thegovernment tin tingovernment Lb
government governmfnt superlntenJolt telephono tele hora electric electriclight ot r rlight
eectc eectclght
light lght and other electric service sorvlc on onthe onthe 01
the Panama canal zone 2ono in vannec vannection conn vonraclion 5
lion ton with wih the building buidfnS buildlngof of the te Pan Pananra Panamo Panama
> ama amo canal cdnulINTERCEPTED c canalINTERCEPTED nu1 nu1I
X w
S
INTERCEPTED I BY JAPS JAPSLondon JAPSLondon
S SLondon
London Feb 28 2A 28Acuisnatch A dlsnatch dfsnatc from The Tlietion The Theirta he
the be Jl > rti1y n TQbl Teloh repi irts
Rag
l
ta 1 I repitwo nrt
tllag hat Y Ithe ribse oru eruiOraipt r two wo
Dutoh Duteh1iuers Uaer nel neat Fm Fpzuo eorJlp tM ta1iE ld 1 iga igaaud a
tion ton oWa OfWit that they the were verc carry cardw carryliig lus contraband contrabd contrabdoWa euntrab euntrabOfWit < aud
DIES DI ES BELIEVING BELIEVINGLOVE BELIEVINGlOVE BELIEViNGLOVE
LOVE WAS LOST LOSTN
N P la L Plant Plat Takes Taes life Le LeHappiess Wfcen WfcenHappiness VThenHappiness
Happiness Happiess Is Near NearWIFE Ne NeWIFE NearFEWILL
Wl WIFE FEWILL WILL ARRIVE TODAY TODAYSUICIDE TODAYCIDE
SUICIDE SU CIDE ENDS LAST LAS HOPE HOPERECONCILIATION OP OPRECONCILIATION OFRECONCiLIATION
RECONCILIATION RECONCILIATIONHILJE RECONCILIATIONWHIL
I HILJE the th woman won he loved lodCDli lo ed v vcoming a acoming
WHIL
V V coming CDli to him seeking akg to w adraw t tdraw 1drw
draw drw the te divorce pee proceed ITISTI ITISTIwhich iT1 iT1whldl I Iich
which wh ich she hail bi ha Instituted Insttuted Napoleon NapoleonPlaht apln L 1 1ht
Plaht Plht Pia ht a brickmason brllsn vh w ir < resided reidl residlSouth d dsounl
268 2 South West Vet Temple street stto St 1 t commu commuted conJ1 I ¬
ted te suicide suick yesterday yeterdy mmning n11Illlb by by t ting 11 i ia
ing In a sixteenth sixtt of an ounce tUncE ur of strv st sts r rnine h hnine
nine nine Ilifi s The man In was crazed crazfd with a ih jib s glir glirbelevIng > if ifbelieving
believing belevIng bel ieving that tat his hi wife wu Wi us to t b lw l his hisno 11 1rtlonger
no longer 101er Pressed Pre closely tn tt his hruit hruitwas 111 ii t it itwa t ts
was wa wa s found fOun a picture of hi youns oun oune ouned wi wiajid wjr wjra
ajid a an d by bJ the bed be was discovered diSnJHrd n e eher n lt ltto > t tto
to her with wih Instructions h1lutln written r tel up
it i that tht It be b delivered deJhr to t h ht hi r and lT T f t topened topene tened
opened opene op ened bY bys byanyone a anyone oe elstv el His I i de dt derid d s < ly lywas j r y E Es
was wa Wa s not dtecevce dIVt < l until untl shortly hrty it 1Ir r rnoon ron
noon no on when the chamlxrn iid id
whe chanlb Inid nrut nrutthe < it itthe >
the roon r to set st it in il oidV onj 0 dl fur tl a c clight a aht
night nightBesides light nig ht htesides
Besides Belh B th note to his hiJ WTe WTeothr n ire us usother i ier
other othr oth er one discovered d isover near nea l the T he b lk hl d Jt Jtran It ItrRf t tas
ran rRf as a follows I belong t 1 < the V Vrt i inien jme
nien me ine rt of the World V Ild camp No lo 38 3 Fl Flence Flenc lice >
ence enc en ce Colo ColoN ColoP ColeN
N P Plant I give tve iny IY wife ill t ll v 5 y
longings be > such as a as trunk trulk dii diiUUtlc tI r rle
tle tab UUtlc le grip lip and a drawing drwing lxvi l 1 < 3 a z < l I Ithat 1at
that th at is in my trunk I Ilse > leis
tt tnk PJelM n i i ife i 1wlte v vwife
wife wi fe know kIlO this t at once onct one h ly uir ire II IIaddress 1 1adr I I Idresa
address adr a4 dresa in I Mrs r Beosi Die IviPIant La PIa lt Ml Mleou I 1 1e r rl
eou e l avenue a veue Canyon Cnyn Oty tiR it Colo ColoA Thi Thifootfloe ol olA
A footnote t f said s U William V I lian I I i 1 111 A T ID
427 4 D F Walker Wake block knows lmo U 1 1my ut utail t taU
ail my troubles troublesWife trubl troublesWife
Wife Was Reconciled ReconciledLaPlant ReconciledLP1nt ReconciledLaPlant
LaPlant LP1nt w was a brickmasori ri b by byHe bywas lf lfHe
He was wa lately employed employeIt at t tho tw twte rh rhil s stera
tEnno tera te tEn il In Murray urr building buiding OVPI L H Hnot Hnot iit
S Sc SOt not no t a a man 1 of means mens but bu t us a rr ar a nrlearned r r < < i ibe
be b becit learned Jerne was a sober sbpr idii l adiizen I1 I1citzen s scitizen
c citizen citzen cit citof izen of 0 good g habits habis H ta 1 < J i iage tj tjof y yo
of o ofth age a a member Umer of the Ut W Vldl Vociir Vociire odi f fthe r
th the e World and carried ca lh t rr u i 1gf 1gfthe > a sf4 tI u ue
the th e insurance irc in that broth bthod <
hood ho hoth od some insurance IIISUIan isx
boo srDe 11Surcnee oir iC iCe n nthe 4
th the e old line ln companies cmpnies Ills Hi TI vii vi vi vias < > t twas
w was wa as stopping 8 pplJ with wih her futher fth 1 lir lirfl 1 r ryon i iyo
y yon yo 70 < fl City CIt Col Cole started lor f I yilt llt I Ia Ia Iday
a day or o two tw ago ao it i is uu uwhr uni < levst it ttt f > l i 1 1win
w will wi ll arrive in this
arl1e city toy 1 ii Si w 1 Istituted
instituted insitute in divorce proceedings pr uro I diu uz uzr
her he r husband husbad some sm time tie til tgo 10 bu bugoing hl liLting agIt > S SgOln
S going gOln go ing to return
rt1 to the mm Hal iui lld e ewith ewih
w with wih wi th him The divorce was = sraglii Ci gh t ton I r rthe
on the grounds of incomratibilitv Incomratibit L1 > i t tflt
Plant Plat Pi P flt adored ador her he and ad his nff nr nffstI tl tt < n i ipart >
ii in part pat returned retU Had h ilv Jv J l i ipossible ipoible i issible
ni possible poible po ssible that tht old differences dtfeDes could COI coihlen
r been ben be en forgotten forgott and a that tat mTir m IV IVhappy fi i ippy
happy ha ppy life lfe could culd have follmved tollwed tollwedHad tolleiHad
Had Threatened
Suicide SuicideAtorneyr SuicideAttorney
Attorney Atorneyr w W A A Lee Le in i shaking sakins sakinscouple speakinguple
c couple co < uple last Ja night said I u vis is t tr > T
s
t for fo r Mrs Irs LaPlant Llant in her divorce di0 divor divoredings < j Tceells
c ceedings ceells ce < edings and ad believe beieve that tt she ln 1 I Ir
h her he r husband
kusb dearly del although alnuh alnuhstt althouththe v
Si started stt the Ue proee prCc proeeejn Jllg tn Indeed IJd rl rlI
I learned Jearne the true te state ste ofaffs oC of ffts ft I Iadvised
advised a both
of ofthem them to make ui U urget T 1
forget torget fo rget aM a tkeirKJKT keirn troubles tuble troublesbout 4
rfbout a C bout succeeded suCeec in J my J yeaietm e eaon nl nlwhef V n nwhen
when whef w hefl LaP1t LaPlant ended ende his hi Itr Hi HiW8o Hias
wason w as on her wa to Salt
Jj W8o he way St Jake Iltl 11 jp
d doubt oubt we would have withdravri withdri ithdra ithdrauit i isuit i
s suit uit The wife Ite was wa about i4 4 yei v 1 1 1shouId
i shouldsay shouldsy shouId say and a renmrxubly renmrxublyWoman remkbJy reanarrciblyoman ir irWOJ
Woman WOJ w oman She was somewhat seba semen hit hither t sj sjto q qto <
i to < her husband busbd and I think that t n T J g ge
he h e felt this Besides 1
tis Bee he ar aratholic HJS i < n J JCathoUc
Catholic C with wit all the te hatred hted hatiedorce f r ryorce r rvorce
vorce v orce which hleh that faith
faih possesses post Ii Hp HptoJ lield
toki toJ to l ld me once one when he came ce to tlie tho tl tlat < p pthat
t that th at his hi father fthe had disown dlwn dIsownd d hirn hil hir be because r 1 1ause
cause cuse c he had hd given up his religin r1gi r1gihis relig
his h is wife Ife No doubt d ubt that
hh t j JrfPt prey > reye < i nr If
his h is mind TJie Tje couple had lived led itie itiety ir jp > r tclt
citj clt ci ciI ty for about abt two years ye I should houl houlI houtalways
i always thought tbouht him hi a good stii tt t r ronest 5 +
j honest h onest man mn I have hve no 10 ii doubt doubtbut iouhtut at
but b ut that the the trouble trobf between btw hin hinhis hi hihis hiis
h his hP is wife wie could co jd have hav been n fi fix tid > d up u T
p Plant PJnt lant came ee to t my m office < u at f 1 > > a aand 1 > y yanI >
and anI 51 told me that tht if I he couM oul lU I not nutUe rrIve
live li ve with wih his hi wife that tat h > would wouldhis 1i 1iis f
h his is life
I talked tked him out oU tr of it itI r t ta
a as a I thought thought After Arer that tat it eenis secnse m mbe +
h he e wrotea wote wrote l Jter letter tter to his fatherii fttherilxplnlng father fatherxplaining
e explaining xplnlng biawelf Ilf and a ld Il got got goteemed
a seemed sem to t him hi an ugly Imter in to 1 1urn
t turn urn That Tht no doubt t tk tkourage < k kcourage i
c courage courge out o him and ta ar ar < T wonruii 1mL 1mLtoo om 1 1o
to too t l o do with wi his b taking tking his hi Jiffle ji1 ii1 ii1LaPlants
LaPlants LPlants body bv was taken tak to O 011 011neWs C I Iells <
r neWs n ells undertaking undertkl g parlors prlors and an ud wi vii I Iaui rr rrmain r rmain
main m aui there thire until untl his hi wife wf w fr iirrives lrvfs lrvfsoner irivesner
oner o ner Dana T
Dn Smith viewed vilpo the den rt dennd
a and a nd said that
sid tat no autopsy autop wouTd wouMneesu wouTiecessary
i necessary neesu n A message mCe was sent 8nt L Lnight
i night n ight to his hl brother who Is I livinp Ihilg I iv i r ros
Los L os Angeles Angele Cal Cat His home WI a <
Florence F J Colo Cob where his bi father fathemother fathcrmother
j mother at present reside resitftWYOMINGSENATORS resl reslWYOMING resideWYOMINGSENATORS
<
WYOMINGSENATORS WYOMINGSENATORSAhlD WYOMING I SENATORS SENATORSAND
C AND SHOSHONE BILL BILLfSpedal BILLtpl BILLtSpeeial
fSpedal tpl to The Te Held Herald
Washington Yahlngo Feb 27 27SOfltirS 27SOfltirSnd Senators Senatorsand Sntol <
i and a nd Warren Vae took tok additional ddfUoDJ precau prea1 precio
i to t o protect potet their measure sur for op < j
Shoshone i Indian India reservation reenaton by b bIhg bhg s slltg
lltg i i hg Its Is adoption adopton as a a rider ridlr to the th In Inapproption 1 1 1appropriation 1 1appropriation
appropriation approption bill bl when that that irea ireawas n rraas pa pawa
was as considered in the
wa consder senate thi thh this thisng > t tIng tJng
Ing i ng Representative Mondell 1ondel did i i
have an opportunity opprtunity in the house hOU8f t tto r rto
to secure scur a conference coferne upon upn anv anvmerits amment arr arrnents
merits ment I to the independent indepnent measure measureopening JauJ meastvopening
opening opnlnl the reservation reraton which whichpassed whichpemod >
passed psd both bth house hou and senate sntp ail ailthere a athere r rthere
there is i danger dger that that in the cong cOn g f i icondition Iconditon
condition conditon of business busnes of the closing dux d 3 3of 1or i iof
of the session seon a a conference cnerce migh mighbe L i ibe
be secured seure the te Wyoming Wyo ln senators senatorscided sators senatorscided
cided to guard gad against aginst failure failuredesired of f 3
desired desie legislation legslation through throuh such Sh
tingency tn enCy by having haYlns it inoorporat Inerpati 1
the Indian India bill This action at prart prartrenders pra prarender prarenders
renders render certain certin the enactment enctment of lz
latiotl for opening the reserve at atsession
opnIng reerve t i 3 3session
session sesion sesionWRIT sessionWRIT
t
WRIT OF HABEAS HAB AS ASNan CORPUS CORPUSNan
Nan Pattersons Patersons Attorneys Atorneys Active ActiveHer n nt nHer i iHer
Her Behalf BehalfNew BehalfNew BehalfNew
t
New York Feb Feb 27 writ of lvs lvscarpus I Icorpus
corpus CGru calling cgfor for the t > appe apT1I rtppeltraY wt raTu > I INan
Nan Patterson Paten the to th e show slrl sixIof 1rl a aof < i iof
of the murdpr murdJ of Caesar Ca Y Yung ung hrl he I I I
Justice Justc Geynor In th te the supreme Stme imit
Brooklyn BrooklYtomorow tomorrow was wa Issu Issucounsel < i icounsel
counsel cousl representing reprentIg IQIBB M1su 8 Patter siv e eday
day on application applcton to Justice Jusc Jtit Gay Ga
At the same time
At tho justice
tme Juice gr gran gl gian
an application appIcUon by b Mies 1i Patttrs Patttrscounsel Pattt Pat te tecounsel rs
counsel for a writ i of certiorari Corri to toher t
her case ca before his court cour on the thethat gr grthat 2 2that
that she has been ben deprived deprved of her herstltutional heTsttutonal herstitutional
stltutional sttutonal right to speedy trial
speey tlia
Miss Is Patterson Patteon is now in the Tt Ttprison T Tprion Tprison
prison prion awaKing awa nater another imotherAFTER trial trialAFTER til
1 1AFER
AFTER AFER THE TRUSTS TRUSTSButte TRUSTSBute TRUSTSButte
Butte Bute MontFeb Mont Mont Iiob eb 27 27a A H Helena
2 srr srrsays sr >
that enG Sf
says siS the te senate today by a
mona vote concurred coneura coneuxj in the boos a
calling camnS mien Uon the tQ attorney te general hOi to t
snerl
t
vestlgate v all the
socalled
tgate al trusts op olr o i r
lug lo in Montana onta and where viofetijts vlo violkti r a cf
te the statutes ttute ar dlcloso digclosd to b bring tts P1 D °
cecdlizgsagatxtst th il
ecdg lt te roinines O e

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