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KUROPffTKIN KUROPATKINLAUNGHES KUROPATKINLAUNGHESOFFENSIVE LAUNCHES LAUNCHESOFFENSIVE LAUNCHESOFFENStVE
OFFENSIVE MOVEMENT MOVEMENTDesperate MOVEMENTDesperate MOVEMENTDesperate
Desperate Attempt A1 tem t to Crush Oyamas Left teftCenteL LeftCenter LeftCeflter
Center CenterBattle
J JBattle IBattle
Battle Raging RagingAlong Along the Entire Line LineCoyntles LineCountless Countless Thousands of ofKilled ofilledantf ofKilIedanil
Killed illedantf and Wounded WoundedVictory Victory Still Hangs HangsIn
In the Balance BalanceSt
St Petersburg March 6 6230 230 p m mT1e Thc Associated Press hast hlst just justlearned justl justlearnd
learned l alnPd that General Kuropatkin has launched a blow at Field Marshal MarshalOyamas MarshalOyamRs MarhaIOyunias
Oyamas left l ft center just west of the railroad The fighting is desperate desperatealong desperatealonS 3 3along
along almost the entire line Kuropatkins losses in killed and wounded woundedup voundeIup i iup
up to last night are placed at 23500 Oyamas Is thought to have been al almost almost almost ¬
most 80000 The Japanese according accot l ng to the prisoners are greatly ex exhausted exhausted exhausted ¬
hausted They repeat the statement t that some me of General Nogis men menhave menhave menhave +
have not had any food for two days duysNew daysNew daysNew
i
New Chuang March 6 GIt It Is reported re ported here that the scouts of Gen Genoral X XcraI
< oral 11 Nogis and General Kurokls armies are already in touch behind Tie Tiepass 6 6pasl 4
pass 3
I IGeneral
General Rennenkampffs Headquarters March 5 night nlghtVia Via Mukden MukdenMarch MukdenMarch iIukdenMarch
March 6 6AttacQ Attacks by the Japanese today near Tupintai and on the theforces theforces theforces
forces of General G neral Liubavin were repulsed rcpll s d l with heavy losses to the Jan Jananese Jananesc Jananee
anese The Russian left has been advanced slightly slightlyLondon slightlyLondon t
London March 7 7The The correspondent at St Petersburg of the Times Timostelegraphing Timesfle X
telegraphing fle raphing March 3 says saysReassuring sa says1eussurlng S i
Reassuring dispatches tonight claIm that the Japanese already have haveused haveUlofd baveuwd
used all their reserves If he receives position information on this thispoint thisiotut t tJolnt
point General Ivuropatkln wjll Jll hurl hu rl his entire force tomorrow south southand southand j jtnd
and southwest of Mukden and try to break Oyamas army armyAt armyAt armyAt
At a preliminary meeting of the war council today Monday Gen General GenrraI ¬ t tCral
eral Dragomiroff presiding General Gripenberg was present It was wasproposed wasi wasioPfB wasproposed
proposed oPfB < to send > nd an J additional 1 14 400000 00 men el to the 1h far l east elfsL v
HERE was no cessation of the fight fighting fightIng fightIng
THERE T ing between the Russian and Jap Japanese Japanese Japanese ¬
anese armies In Manchuria yes yestTday yest
tTday t rda rday Russian reports state that at atdistance atdistance atdistance
distance the tide of battle in the im imi ImIIIPdiate Imdiate
i nediate diate vicinity of Mukden seemed to toi toh
i h < ebbing f > The most that the war crit criti
i s at St Petersburg Petersbur seem to hope for forat forl forat
at l present presentlg is that General Kuropatkin Kuropatkintus
1il tus succeeded in reestablishing his hislm hisUt
lm Ut 1 r > i uf > f retreat in the direction of Har Hari Harlin Harill
i lin in Word has reached New Chuang ChuangviTkh Chuang17kh ChuangV
viTkh V 17kh however has no confirmation confirmationiom confirmationiom
iom other sources that th < 1t the Japanese Japaneseare
are tr already north of Mukden with a alarge aj aiarg
large j argp force and that the Russians are areiiiring1 areladng areiang
iiiring1 a disastrous defeat There ap apj upjars
j jars Iars ars to be a possibility that General GeneralKuroki GeneralKurokl GeneralKuroki
Kuroki has drawn off a portion of his hiearmy hislTmy hisirmy
army from the center and sent it to re reinforce reinforte reufrce ¬
inforce the divisions engaged In flank flanking fIankIlIg flankin ¬
ing in movements mv ments General Kaulbars the thern thetrusted them
rn st t trusted of General Kuropatkins Kuropatkinsofficers Kuropatkins4ffipr8 Kuropatkinstfl1rs
officers is personally In command of ofthe otthp oftlu
the Russian forces in the triangle be between 1kt le let ¬
tween t eon the railway and the Hun river riverwhich riverwhkh riverwhIch
which vital position the Japanese have havebfrii havbfen havebcrn
bfrii assailing for several days Rus Russian Russial1 Bussian ¬
sian reports admit that that12000 12000 men havebtn have havebeen havebecn
been wounded but make no mention of ofthp orth ofs
thp th number killed and at the same time timeassert timea timeassert
s
assert a HOrt that the Japanese have lost 30 30CMHI 30Iltl 30T
T CMHI Iltl in killed or wounded woundedRUSSIAS woundedRUSSIAS woundedRUSSIAS
RUSSIAS ONLY HOPE HOPENews HOPENews HOPENews
News of Attack Attack on Japanese Jap ncse Center CenterAwaited CenterAwaited CenterAwaited
Awaited With Anxiety AnxietySt
St t Petersburg March Marehb7Z1 > 7 315 n 1 m mA nlt mI
A < cording to correspondents with the theiiussMan thei theiAian
iiussMan i j 11 army the tide of otbattle battle yester yesteruty ycsterua yestertiy
uty ua < was gradually grathially ra lltaJly setting back from fromth fromtl
th 11 immediate vicinity lchrit of oCl1ukden Mukden op opcration opration oprations
ration up to noon having resulted in inth inth inth
th tapture of several villages west and andsouthwest andnuthw andeuthwst
southwest < nuthw t of Mukden but late in the theiifternoon thet theittPrIioon
iifternoon t tf > rlloon the Japanese inaugurated a aDories nrj aries
Dories rj ries > s of desperate deprte attacks attck the out outoint outT outTre
< oint T Tre of which Is still stil not chronicled chronicledJtnrral chronicledr chronicledtI1eral
Jtnrral r Kaulbars Kaulbas who is considered consideredt
t t1 be the best of General Generl Kuropatkins Kuropatkinsut KuropatkinsubordInate Kuropatkinssuhordintes
suhordintes ut ubordInate ordinatea has taken personal personalliarge pernl pernlharge personalharge
harge of the operations opertons in JI the field fieldTJif fieldlh fieldrhr
TJif lh oornnianderinchief mmand rInchlerls is devoting devotng his hisattention hisatIUon hisattntjon
attention atIUon to the fighting fIghtn in the same sameAttack sameII
II 145 4i JIlt lt
ltAtack Attack Atack on Putiloff Hi HiAt Hill HillAt HillAt
At latest latet reports reprts the Japanese Japnnee had hadalso hadal hadalso
also al o launched an n attack atack against aginst Puti PutiV Put Putirf
V < ff 1 hill hi and other othe points point on the Rus RusjRiun Rusl
jRiun l ft front fron presumably with wih the th inten intention intent111 IntentLcIt ¬
tion t111 of regaining rgining positions psitons from which whichthe whih whihthe whichthe
the Russians had ousted them during duringtht duringth
tht th night and an also to prevent preet General GeneralKuropatkin GeneralIuropatkn GeneralKuropatkln
Kuropatkin Iuropatkn from dispatching further furtherreinforcements furher furherrTforcements furthervirforcements
reinforcements rTforcements against aginst General Nogis NogisTiardpreseed Nogs Nogs1lardpred NogVshardpreseed
Tiardpreseed 1lardpred veterans veters The latter latterhowever latterhowpyer latter1iorever
however have gotten oten up heavy heav field fieldartillery feld feldart fieldartillery
artillery art i et to their teir support making makin a an anuh anuh
n nuh u < h more even Pght fight ght against the Rus Russian Russia Busslat ¬
slat sia n cannon cannonomparative cannn cannnr cannonI
r omparative mPrtve jnactivlty JfCtVl is i the rule on onli onIli
li 1 11 extreme left leftThe lef leftThe
The Russians claim minor successes successesii successesgainst
1101
ii Igain gainst t Kuroki Kurki who W11 presumably hay having llavin haying ¬
ing in shot his bolt 11t an and anti won one of the thebjerts thejfds thebjctts
bjerts jfds that tat of drawing Russian Russl rein reinforcements re1nforpmet reThftremits ¬
forcements forpmet may m have forwarded fOMvaded a part partof partor partol
of ol his hi army y to reinforce the center and andwc andHt andwct
wc Ht t flank
fak fakRussian
Russian Wounded WoundedTht
3 Th war olce oce estimates etmates the number numberwounded nuulberundP numberunded
wounded undP unded In the battle batte of Mukden at atKOOO at at10flO
KOOO including Including 234 officers ofcers but makes makesJK
JK r > statement leet regarding regrding the he number of ofrt ofdad ofI
rt dad I ad This his undoubtedly undoubtel is a conserva conservative conserya conservat ¬
tive t W statement sttement The Japanese Japanee losses lossesiiiirding loees loeesrdln lossest
iiiirding t rdln rdtng to the same sme source soure of infor information Inor Inorration lnforiation ¬
mation ration are estimated estmate at 30000 30000The 3000 3000Thf 30000Thi
The Thf optimistic optmistc tone of the war corre correspondents correIfnent correSijfldeflt8 ¬
spondents Ifnent is reflected efieted in military miitar cir clri circs
i cs s here It I is considered cnsidered that that even evenif
if i r General rlrl Kuropatkin Kurpatkin has not succeed succeedin
1 in il delivering delvprng a crushing blow low at the theJapanese theJapant theJapanee
Japanese Japant he has at least leat insured the thepossibility theJ thelSM1
possibility J lSM1 iblh bility of withdrawal wihdrawal which whih was wasRT wasrat wasgi
RT rat catty jeopardized jepr zo by the operations operationsof opertons opertonsf
of if f General Unerl NogI and General Gen ral Kuroki KurokiThe KurokiT1i
The Tit T1i result rul of r General Kuropatklns re re1iited rehd rertfd
1iited hd counterattack couneattck west of the rail ralliMid rU rUl
iMid l 1 d which whch if successful succesful would drive drivea
a t wedge w dg between the western wctern army armyami arJ armyanl
ami l the Japanese Japanee forces on the Shakhe Shakhenv Shakhe7Avr
nv 7Avr nr r is awaited waled with wit keen anxiety It Itis
is i felt that tht this is the 1e opportunity opportunitywhich opportunithidl opportunitywh1Ii
which hidl he missed ml ed at Liao Yang and andwhich andhkh andVllih
which hkh deprived derve the Rusieans Ruisns of victory victoryT
T hen it I had almost been won wonWAITING wonWAITING wonWAITING
WAITING FOR NEWS NEWSJapanese NEWSJapanese NEWSJapanese
Japanese People Have No Doubt of ofOyamas ofOyamas ofOyamas
Oyamas Success SuccessTokio SuccessTnkio SuccessTnklo
Tokio March Marh 7 10 a m rAl mAIi All Japan is iseagerly isCaglrly Isedgerly
eagerly Caglrly watching developments development at the thepreat therat thercat
preat rat theatre th te of war in Manchuria The Thepeople Thepeo Thepeopk
people peo lp are confident confdent that Field Mar Marphal Mari
i phal haI Oyama O ama will defeat defet General Generl Kuro Kuropatkin
7 patkin The only qu quhstlon ton cousiderod cousiderodte
18 the extent and severity seyerly of the blow blowthat blowthat blowthat
that h he will wf inflict intct and its it effect efet te upon uponthe upontht uponthf
the tht course roure of the war warIt warI warIt
It I is believed beleed that the possession 108Sesson of
Mukden and d a line lne on the Hun river is isalready isalrNldy isalready
already assured and
asure many predict even evengreater evena
a L greater geter disaster disater for the Russians RUflans RUflanseneral
General < Kuropatkin Iuropatin seems to be de devoting deyoUng devoting ¬
voting his greatest g test energy pnerg to tl the th pro
tcrtlon tccton of Fushun In order to preserve preservea
a line lne of retreat rtet He has sent set masses massesof
of reserves reeres there there The Te positions poeltons east eastand eastand eastarid
and south sout of Fushun have already been beenoperations
the scenes of 1ot mpst bloody fghtng fighting The TheoperatIons
T1e T1eoperatons
operations operatons of the Japanese Japanoe left lef and andpart andpart andpart
of the center
part continue contnue to be suc successful successful sueceasful ¬
cessful cessfulIt cessfulI
It I is Isboioved isbelioved believed that the te Japanese apanese will willsucceed wlItuccccd
succeed 8uccccdt th m cutting cuttng the railway raUwaynorWo north of o oc
c
Mukden MukdenVarious MukdenVarious MukdenVarious
Various estimates estmate of the losses al already already already ¬
ready sustained sustaine by the opposing oppoting forces forcesare forcesare forcesare
are being made One OneS OneSToklo Toklo newspaper newspaperplaces newspaperplaces newspaperplaces
places the Russian loss at 25000 and the theJapanese theJapanese theJapanese
Japanese at 10000 10000The 10000The 10000The
The estimates stmate are unreliable on ac account account account ¬
count of the meagerness of the Infor Information informaton Information ¬
mation at hand handThe handThe handThe
maton
The Japanese spoils spoiI of war promise promiseto
to be heavy heavyOYAMAS heavy heavyOYAMAS heavyOVAMAS
OYAMAS REPORT REPORTRussians REPORTRuss REPORTRussLns
Russians Russ ns Were ere Still Sti Offering Stub Stubborn Stubborn Stubborn ¬
born Resistance ResistanceTokio ResistanceTokio ResistanceTokie
Tokio March 1rarch 6 63 3 p m mThc The head headquarters headquarterS headquarter ¬
quarters quarterS of the Japanese armies In the thefiQld thef thefield
field f ld reporting reportng yesterday yesterda said saidIn B BIn saidIn
In the Singing or Yenden direction directionthe directon directonthe directionthe
the enemy enem continues contnue a stubborn stubbrn resist resistance resistance resistance ¬
ance at several lines lies of defense defenseIn
In the Shakhe river direction direton one de detachment detachment detachment ¬
tachment which attacked attcked the northern northerneminence northerneminence northerneminence
eminence of Plnnipuao Saturday has hasoccupied hasoccupied hasoccupied
occupied Pinnlpuoa JInnlpuoa four fo r miles west we t of ofWaltao ofVahao ofWaltao
Waltao mountain mountainOur mountainOur mountainOur
Our forces fores In the neighborhood of ofHousupsoatzo ofHousupsoatzo ofHousupsoatzo
Housupsoatzo occupied a redoubt on a aheight aheight aheight
height northeast of the village Yiase at dawn dawnSunday dawnSUnda dawnSunday
Sunday SundayEast SUnda SUndaEast SundayEast
East of the railroad rairoad at S oclock oclockSunday oclockSunday oclockSunday
Sunday morning our force occupied occupiedLuiehentun occupiedIuichentun occupiedLulehentun
Luiehentun Iuichentun three thre miles mie southwest southwet of ofTVanpao ofWanpao ofWanpao
Wanpao mountain rountI and pressed presed part Jart of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the enemy pnennr Into the te center of the vii village viilage vI ¬
lage where it is now surrounding suroundin themWest them themWest themWest
West of the railroad ralrad on Sunday our ourforoo ourforc ourforce
force forc captured Hanchangpao and nd Siao Slaosuchiapao SiaoI Siaosuchlapao
suchlapao and now continues to ad advance adance advance ¬
I vance Suchiatun railroad rairoad station staton is isburninfl isburnln isburnlnfl
burninfl burninflSuchiatun burnln burnlnSuchlatun burnlnflSuchiatun
Suchiatun is the starting strtn point of the therailroad therairoad therailroad
railroad rairoad the Russians constructed west westward wet wetward westward ¬
ward to Subupao SubupaoKUROPATKINS SubupaoKUROPATKINS SubupaoKUROPATKINS
KUROPATKINS ACCOUNT ACCOUNTJapanese ACCOUNTJapanese ACCOUNTJapanese
Japanese Attacks Atacks on Sunday Were WereAll WereAl WereAll
All Al Beaten Off OffSt OffSt OffSt
St Petersburg Peterburg March 6 6eneral 6eneralKurpatln 6GeneralKumpatkln General GeneralKuropatkin
Kuropatkin Kurpatln In a dispatch from from the thefront thefront thefront
front dated March 5 says saysThe sa saysThe s sThe
The situation siuaton at the Mukden front frontremains frontremains frontremains
remains quiet quietOn quietOn quietOn
On the left flank fank on the right bank bankof bankof bankof
of the Hun river near Machiapu llacllapu the theJapanese theJapanese theJapanese
Japanese have resumed the offensive offensiveenergetically orensive orensiveenergetcalj offensiveenergetically
energetically energetcalj Two attacks atacks were re repulsed repulsed repulsed ¬
I IThe
pulsed pulsedThe pulsedThe
The battle batte continues contnue successfully successfullynorthward succ successfullynorthward Sfun Sfunnorthward
northward of oflIachiapu Machiapu All Al are show ¬
ing the greatest geatest bravery In the cen center center center ¬
ter our positions poltons on the Shakhe river riverso rivers
so s far as a Shahpao are retained Night Nightattacks NIghtatacks Nightattacks
attacks atacks at Poutlloff Poutlof and Novgorod hills hillswere his hiswere hillswere
were beaten off of We counter attacked attackedthis attackejthis
this morning mor In and captured two ma machine machine machine ¬
chine guns In the Erdagou region region the theenemy theenemy theenemy
enemy is only bombarding bur our posi ¬
tions tionsThe tons
The Japanese duringthe during the night at ¬
tacked were repulsed repulsedAn Kandolizan Kandolzan AH the assaults assaultswere asauls asaulswere assaultswere
An attack atack on Gaotu pass at 11 11oclock 1 iioclock
oclock last night was beaten off offThe of offThe
uThe The Tight night was quiet in the extreme
left flank fank fankANOTH
ANOTHER ANOTH ER SEDAN SEDANComplete SEDANComplete SEDANComplete
Complete Success of ofJapanese Japanese Move Movement Movement Movement ¬
ment Predicted PredictedNewehuang PredictedNewchunng PredictedNewehuang
Newehuang March larch G 6There There Is every
Indication indicaton that the great gret Japanese Japanesemovement Japan0e Japan0emoement Japanesemovement
movement for the envelopment of oflluk ofMuk Muk ¬
den has so far met with overwhelm ¬
ing success and that that stronghold sronghOld of I Ithe
the Russians will wi prove another anothC Se ¬ i idan
dan danIn danIn danIn
In the past few days little ltte has been
heard from the fighting fIghtb along the thestrongly thestrongl thestrongly
strongly fortified fortifed central positions positons and
it I is believed belevd that the Japanese center
is only required reuired to hold its is ground groundwhile groundwhile
gound goundwhl
while whl the wings wing stretch far to the thenorthward thenorthwar thenorthward
northward northwar for the purpose of encircling
encrclng
the Russian flanks fanks and threatening treateIng the therailway theranwa therailway
railway railwayGeneral ranwa ranwaQenera railwayQeneral
General Qenera Nogis Noglr third army ar from Port
Arthur has ha advanced far on the left leftwing letwIng leftwing
wing and swept all before it it Xogis Xogismen Nogrsmen Nogismen
men are revelling revelng in the field feld work workwhich vorkwhich ork orkwhich
which they theJ consider childs chids play after
afer
the siege of Port Arthur ArthurRUSSIAN ArthurRUSSIAN ArthurRUSSIAN
RUSSIAN SUCCESSES SUCCESSESJaps SUCCESSESJaps SUCCESSESJaps
Japs Gradually Gradualy Being BeingForccd Forced North Northand Northand Northand
and West WestMukden Westukden WestM
Mukden M ukden March lrorch 6 GNoonFlglitlng Noon Fighting
began begn this morning as soon as the fog
cleared c ared and up uJ to the present time for
tme
has been ben increasing intensely The Rus Russians Russians Bussians ¬
sians are gradually gadualy forcing the Japan Japanese Japanese Japanese ¬
ese north norh and west and have taken the thevillages thevllaes thevlllages
villages vllaes of Tzuanvanche Tzuanvache Fantziatun FantziatunTinvichin FantzlatunTInvlchin FantziatunTlnvIchin
Tinvichin and two others General GeneralKsulbars Gnerl GnerlKrulbars GeneralKeulbars
Ksulbars and his staff staf are on advanced advancedpositions advancedIositons advancedroSItIOflS
positions Iositons directing dlrectin operations operatons The TheJapanese TheJapanes TheJapanese
Japanese artillery artler Is pounding away
fiercely in the regiqn of Ulinpa Ulnpa Some Someshells Someshels Someshells
shells shels from from eightinch field feld guns gunscharged gunscharge gunscharged
charged charge with with Chinese ChInes powder pwder are also alsoexploding alsoexplodin alsoexploding
exploding not far away awa and shrapnel shrapnelis
is roaring roaringThe roaringThe
I
The attack was a spectacular sectacular sight sightThe sightThe sightThe
The regiment rgIment advanced as if on par parade parad parade ¬
ade ad supported by two batteries baterIes and andattacked andatacked andattacked
attacked atacked and captured two villages villagessuccessively villagessuccessively Uages Uagessucce5
successively succe5 lvel The Japanese are said to tobe toe tobe
be e attacking atacking Poutiloff Poutof hill hillJapanese hi hillJapanese
Japanese prisoners prIson r are filing flng past to toward toward toward ¬
ward the rear They are ravenous with withhunger wih wihhunger withhunger
hunger They say sa they started with withprovisions wih wihprovision withprovisions
provisions provision for three days and were then thenordered thenorered thenordered
ordered orered to make them last lat for six days daysOJhey daysDhey
OJhey Dhey had ha not n t eaten eatensince since Sunday morn mornContinued mor mornJi1
Ji1 r
Continued on on Page PaJc 2l 2lo 2
o
LIMIT LIM1TREACHED LIM1TREACHEDIN REACHED REACHEDIN
IN PEABODY PLOT PLOTRepublicans PLOTRepublcans PLOTRepublicans
Republicans Republcans Charged Chared With Buying uyng a aVote aVate aVote
Vote Far Adams AdamsINVESTIGATION Adas AdasINVESTIGATION AdamsINVESTIGATION
INVESTIGATION ON FOOT FOOTACCUSED FOOTACCUSE FOOTACCUSED
ACCUSED MEN FOREMOST CITI CITIZENS CITIZENS ¬
ZENS OF COLORADO COLORADOENVER COLORADOD
I
ENVER ENV1R Colo Cob March 6 6A A commit commitI co committee t ttee
O I I tee was wa appointed today byx byth bythgenera b the thegeneral thCgeneral
general genera assembly asembly of Colorado Colordo to toinvestigate toinvestgate toinvestigate
investigate investgate charges of Iriber bribery In the thecontest thecontest thecontest
contest for the governorship govern hip Charges Chargeshave Chage Chargeshave
have been be n made mae and published publshed in the thelocal thelocal thelocal
local newspapers newspape to the effect efet that a afund afund afund
fund had been be raised rised by corporations corporationsand corprtons corprtonsad
and ad was being bing used use to purchase purhae votes votesfor votesfor votesfor
for James Jaes H Peabody who seeks the theoffice theofce theoffice
office ofce held by Alva Adams but no no notice notce notice ¬
tice tce of them teJ them was taken taen by the general generalassembly generalassembb generalassembly
assembly Today ay Immediately Immeiately after afterthe afer aferthe afterthe
the joint convention cnventon which is hearing hearingarguments hearingargment hearingarguments
arguments argment in the te contest was called calledto caled caledto
to order orer Senator IV V Morgan Morn Repub Republican Republcan Republican ¬
lican lcan of Boulder Bould r strode stoe down dow the aisle aisleholding aislcboldIn aisleholding
holding boldIn aloft a paper which he handed handedto hande
to the presiding preflding officer ofcer and which hich was waaread wasrea wasread
read rea to the assembly by a clerk at the therequest therequest timerequest
request request of mf f the writer wrier This Tis communi communication communicaton communication ¬
cation caton was as follows followsMorgans folows folowsMorgans followsMorgans
Morgans Statement StatementTo
To Jesse F McDonald cDnald as a president presidentof
of the senate and as a presiding officer officerof ofcer ofcerof officerof
of the joint convention conventon of the Fifteenth Fifteenthgeneral FIfeent Fifteenthgeneral
general assembly assemblySir asembly asemblySir1 assemblySirI
Sir Sir1 I have to inform you that on onthe onthe onthe
the 2d day of March lIarh 1905 < one ne James JamesHerbert M MHerbert MHerbert
Herbert and Daniel Danel Sullivan Sulvan offered offeredand ofered oferedand offeredand
and promised promIse to pay py the undersigned undersignedthe undersiged undersigedthe
the sum of 51500 U l500 OO to vote for the te Hon HonAlva HonAlva HonAlva
Alva Adams Adas for governor gov rnor in the con contest contest contest ¬
test now W pending before this ti joint con convention cn cnventon coilventlon ¬
vention venton Of this sum said James M MHerbert MHerbert MHerbert
Herbert paid the sum of 750 50 This Thismoney Thismoney Thismoney
money I have given to George Gorge Stidger Stidgerdistrict SUdgerdistrIct Stidgerdistrict
district attorney atorey gven for the city clt and coun county county county ¬
ty of Denver for his official ofcial use I Ihave Ihave Ihave
have also given gven to him such informa information infona infonaton information ¬
tion ton as he requires In his official ofcial capaci capacity ¬
ty t I also desire desre to t lay 1a the matter mater be before Ie Iefore before ¬
fore the people of the state the te senate senateand senateand senateand
and the joint convention conventon as It i affects affectsthe afect affectsthe
the question queston now pending before this thisconvention thIsconvention thisconvention
convention conventionSigned conventionSigned conventionSigned
Signed uR R W MORGAN MORGANSilence lORGA MORGANSilence
Silence Sience fell upon upn the the joint convention conventionfor conventionforseverl convenflonforseveral
for forseverl forseveral several minutes after afer the te reading of ofSenator ofSentor ofSenator
Senator Sentor Morgans 1lorns statement Then ThenRepresentative ThenRepresentatve ThenRepresentative
Representative Representatve B J J OConnell OConnel a Dem Democrat Democrat Democrat ¬
ocrat expressed surprise surrise that the mem members members memhers ¬
bers of the te Republican Republca majority ap apparently aparenUy upparently ¬
parently did not propose props to take any anyaction an anacton anyaction
action acton on the te charges hags and he moved movedthat movedthat movedthat
that a a committee comte of five fve be appointed appointedby appinted appintedby
by the te chair to t make a thorough Inves Investigation investgaton investigation ¬
tigation tgaton of the whole matter mater and report reportbefore reportbefore reportbefore
before a vote ote is taken in the contest contestAfter contestAfer contestAfter
taen
After Afer brief debate in which several severalRepublicans severalRepublicans
Republicans Republcans joined In the demand demad for foran foran foran I
an investigation Investgaton the motion moton was wa unan unanmously un unanmously
mously carried caried Lieutenant Governor GovernorMcDonald GovernorMcDonald GovernorMcDonald
McDonald named name Sepator Seiator Oornforth Oornforthand Orforth Orforthand
and Representatives Representatves Sherwin and andBromley ad adBromley andBromley
Bromley Republicans Republcans and Senator SenatorBallinger SenatorBalnger SenatorBallinger
Ballinger Balnger and ad Representative Representatve OConnell OConnellDemocrats OConnel OConnellDemocrats
Democrats Deocts as a the investigating invetgatng com committee commitee cornmittee ¬
mittee mitee The committee ommitee organized this thisafternoon thisafternon thisafternoon
afternoon afternon by electing electng Senator Corn Cornforth Cor1 Cornforth
forth chairman chaina and hogan Qog an a1 Jnvestiga Jnvestigaj 1Jvesti investigalion
j lion ton this evening eveningi eveningAccused eveningAccused
i Accused Are Prominent Men MenJamea Menames MenJames
James ames M Herbert Herbrt whom Senator SenatorMorgan SenatorMurgan nator natorltgI
Morgan ltgI charged chaged with wih having given him
750 50 as a a bribe is vice president preident and andgeneral andgenerl andgeneral
general generl manager managr of the Colorado ColoradoSouthern ColoradoSouthern ColoradoSouthern
Southern railroad rairoad and stands in the theforemost theforemost theforemost
foremost ranks of railroad rairoad officials ofcias in inthe ir inthe
the United Unie States Daniel Sullivan Sullivanwho Sulvan Sulvanwho Sullivanwho
who Is accused accued by the senator of hav having havIng haying ¬
ing offered ofered the alleged aJeed bribe is post postmaster postmaster postmaster ¬
master of Cripple Creek and one ome of the themost themost themost
most prominent Republican Republcan workers in inthis inthis inthis
this state stateEight stateEight stateEight
Eight informations Infonalons charging chargn bribery brlber briberyand
1 and conspiracy were filed fed against againstMessrs aginst aginstesgr againstIessrs
Messrs esgr Herbert and Sullivan Sulan in the thecriminal thecriminal thecriminal
criminal court by District Attorney AttorneyGeorge Atorney AtorneyGeorg AttorneyGeorge
George M almost simultaneous simultaneously
l Stidger Stdger simulaneous simulaneoush ¬
ly with wih the springing of the sensation sensationin sensaton sensatonin
in the joint convention conventon by Senator SenatorMorgan Senatr SenatrMorgan SenatorMorgan
Morgan Bonds for 5000 each were vcr fur furnished furnished furnished ¬
nished by the accusedmen accusedmenDistrict accused accusedmenDistrict men menDistrict
District Attorney Attorey Stidger Stdser said sid in ex explanation explanaton cxplanation
planation planaton of the promptness promptnes with ih which whichhe whichhe whlchhe
he was able to act ac that tat the matter had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been brought to his attention atenton last Sat Saturday Saturda Saturday ¬
urday urda by Senator Morgan MorganMr MoranMr
Mr Herberts Statement StatementMr
Mr Herbert Issued the following followingj foloing foloingetatemelt follocvlugstatement
j statement etatementMr etatemelt etatemeltIr
Mr Ir Morgan came to my rooms rooins in inthe inth inthe
the th Brown Brwn Palace hotel last Thursday Thursdaywith Thurday Thurdaywit Thursdaywith
with wit Mr 11 Daniel Sullivan Sulhan Mi 11 Mor Morgan Morgan or organ ¬
gan stated that he and ad his people were werefor werefo werefor
for fo the seating seatn of Mr Ir Adams that thatBoulder thatBoulder thatBoulder
Boulder county had gone gne for Mr r Ad Adams Adams Adama ¬
ams and the laboring people peple in his hissection hissecton hissection
section secton of the state were for Mr r Ad Adams Adams Adama ¬
ams and he had told them he would wouldvote wouldyote wouldvote
vote for Mr r Adams and that he had hadtold hadtold hadtold
told Governor Adams the same thing thingthat thingthat thingthat
that the pressure presure was so great from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the Peabody people peple that they might mightdrive mightdrive mightdrive
drive him out of the state stte if he did not notvote notyote notvote
vote with wih them as they were brow browbeating brw brwbeatng browbeating ¬
beating beatng and nd bulldozing buldozing many man Republi Republican Republ ¬
can members of the legislature and andmaking andmakIng andmaking
making threats against them in busi business business bustness ¬
agnst
ness and in politics pltcs That he was con convinced convince convinced ¬
vinced vince the Peabody people peple had no case caseMr casefr caseMr
Mr fr Morgan stated that he had been beenoffered beenofered beenoffered
offered ofered 3000 by Peabody people and he heought heought heought
ought to have ave 3000 if he stood by b Ad Adams Adams Adama ¬
ams and incurred the enmity of the thePeabody thCPeabody thePeabody
Peabody people I told him that I Iwould Iwould Iwould
would not pay any member of the leg legislature legilature legislature ¬
islature ilature to vote one way or the other otherin
in the governorship goverorsh1p contest contest Mr Mor Morgan 1101 Morgan ¬
gan gn was wa very ver insistent and ad finally fnaly said saidhe sid sidhe saidhe
he would take 1500 I
tlte absolutely abslutelY re refused rpfusd refused ¬
fused fusd to have anything a thing to do with wJh him himand himand himand
and he wentaway went awaj Mr Sullivan SuJvan was waspresent waspresent waspresent
present during the entire entre conversation conversationSigned conversaton conversatonSiged conversationSigned
Signed Siged J M 11 HERBERT HERBERTPostmaster HERBERTPostmaster HERBERTPostmaster
Postmaster Sullivans Sulvans Story StorySenator StorySenator StorySenator
Senator Morgan ltorga approached me ser several 5 sereral ¬
eral days ago ag said Postmaster Sulli Sullivan Sul Sullivan ¬
van and told me In the presence preence of ofwitnesses ofwinesses ofwitnesses
witnesses winesses that that he was anxious to vote votefor votefor votefor
for Governor Adams because beausp Peabody Peabodyhad Peabodyhad Peabodyhad
had failed faie to make a case I told him himthat himthat himthat
that I had always believed beleved that he was wastied wasted wastied
tied ted up to the Peabody side but he ve vehemently yOhementy yebemently ¬
hemently hementy denied denie the charge char e He plead pleaded pleadccl ¬
ed with wih me to take tk him to Mr Herbert Herbertand Herbert Herbertand Herbertand
and while whie I suspected that he was as not nothonest nothonest nothonest
honest with wih us I could see no harm in inpermitting inpermittng inpermitting
permitting permittng him to have a talkwith talk with Mr MrHerbert 11 MrHerbert
Herbert Fortunately I was In the theroom te teroom theroom
room during durin the conversation converston and andheard anrlherd andheard
heard herd him solicit sUcl the bribe brib and Mr MrHerbert MrHerbert MrHerbert
Herbert emphatically 6mphatcaUY decline cecIne to con consider consider consider ¬
sider it itDemocrats it itDemocrats
Democrats charge chage that Senator Mor Morgans Morgans Morsans ¬
gans statement statem nt is part of a criminal criminalplot crimInalplot criminalplot
plot concocted concQct d in the interest of former formeri fOrmerGovernor fOrmerGovernor
i Governor Peabody PeabodyPart PeabodYPart PeabodyPart
Part of Deep Laid Plot PlotI
I do not believe beleve the charges chages Gov Governor Governor Governor ¬
ernor Adams said in reply to a ques question question question ¬
tion and I believe beIee that they are made madesimply madeslmpl madesimply
simply as part of the programme progamme Sen Senator Senator Seaator ¬
ator Morgan came in to see me of his hisown hisown hisown
own accord on March 2 the day on onwhich onwhIch onwhich
which he sayp say a bribe was wasotered offered him himand himand himand
and he volunteered volunteeret the information informationthat Inforaton Inforatontat informationthat
that tat he would vote for me I thanked thankedhim thankedhim thankedhim
him for his ls vote and he said that he hewas hewa hewas
was wa convinced convince that I was wa honestly honestlyelected honesty honestyelected honestlyelected
elected and entitled entted to tothe the vote voteThis voteTis voteThis
This Tis afternoon ateroon Postmaster osmaster Sullivan Sullivanassaulted SuUhanasauled Sullivanassaulted
assaulted asauled Richard Broad B 9ad a Peabody Peabodyi Pebody PebodyContnued PeabodyCoutinucd
i Continued Contnued on iEa Pafio cl 2J v
I
f PREPARING RING FOR ORA A VACATION VACATON
CORPSES PILED PILEDUP PILEDUP PILEDUP
UP AS DEFENSES DEFENSESBloody D I Iloody
Bloody Picture Pictue of the Great Battle BattleKbw BattleNow 3attleNow
Now Edging EdgingNO Rgg RaginNO J JNO
NO QUARTER IS IS GIMEN GIMENw GIMENAWFUL Gi GIENAWFUL EN ENAWFUL
IAN IANWOUND w
AWFUL TORTURES TORT RES OF RUSSIAN RUSSIANWOUNDED Ru RUSANWOUNDEP
WOUNDED WOUND WOUNDEPI D t It ItEA I
< <
r rHE
I 11iDQUARTERS EA > QUARTERS Q T RS of f General G r rni Ren R en ennenkampr n
HE 11 11 nenkampff nenkampr Near Oubenepusa OubenepusaSaturday OubenepPsa OubenepPsaSaturday OubenepisaSaturday
Saturday March 4 8 a m mVia mVia mVia
Via Mukden March 6 6The 6Therad 6Theroad The Theroad
road rad northward Is crowded rowdd so sofar sofar sofar
far as S the eye e e can an reach by bya a continu continuous cOntnu cOntnuous continuous ¬
ous tile te of twowheeled Chinese Chines carts cartsfull cartsful cartsfull
full ful of Russian Rusi n wounded the best tea testimony te tetimony teatiniony ¬
timony of the valor with which the thearmy theany thearmy
army any of the east fighting fightng continuous continuously cntnuous cntnuously ¬
ly for a 3 fortnight has defended defende every everyinch eveninch everYinch
inch of the ground gound over which it i has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been cojnpelled dpeled by superior superor numbers to toretire toretre toretire
retire retre Each cart bears bear from three to tofive toe tofive
five e wounded wounde men whose exhaustion exhauston s salmost salmost salmost
almost too utter uter for them to feel pain painScarcely paiHSarcely painScarcely
Scarcely Sarcely a groan gron or cry Is heard herdnot herdnoteyen heardnot heardnoteven not noteven
even the moans of the dying dyingnly only the thodismal thedismal
dismal disal creak of the rude wheels and andthe ant andthe
the thud of 1f the ponies hoofs are audi audible audILe audiLIe ¬
LIe Le
Corpse in the Middle MiddleMost Middle108t MiddleMost
Most 108t of the wounded have their heads headscovered headscovere headscovered
covered with Chinese blankets or dirty dirtycoats dirtycoats dirtycoats
covere
coats stiff stf with wih coagulated ± blood hiding hidingwan hidingwan hidingwan
wan and dirty dirt faces distorted wit witpain wi witpain
pain sunken eyes eye and expanded epanded nos nostrils nostris imostrils ¬
trils tris Here and there is seen a cart cartwith cartwih cartwith
with wih two wounded men between whom whomis
is a corpse corse which with wih every ee jolt joltpounds joltpOWds joltpounds
pounds pOWds against aginst the hapless living lving com comrades c cornrades ¬
rades of the man ma on whose face death deathhad doathha deathhad
had ha sealed seae the distortion distorton of unbearable unbearableagony unbeaable unbeaableagony unbearableagony
agony agonyThe agonyThe agonyThe
The valley vle In front of the Russian po position positon p0sition ¬
sition siton has ha become a valley valey of death deathCorpses deathCorse deathCorpses
Corpses Corse strew StTeV the debatable ground groundfrom gund gundfrom groundfrom
from dead ded which neither side can remove its itsdead is isded itsdead
No Quarter QuarterAgain Quarer QuarerAgin QuarterAgain
Again Agin aid aid again the Japanese Japanesecharged Japane5echarged Japanesecharged
charged down the slope sope and up the thehill thebill
hill 1111 Again Agln and again agin the Russians Russianscounterattacked Russias Russiasounteratacke Russianscounterattacked
counterattacked trying tr to grain ¬
ounteratacke nS gin pos possession po possession
session session of the hill hi with the tower towerNo towerNo towerNo
No quarter was asked aske for or given by byeither byeith byeither
either eith r side The enmity ceased ceae only In Indeath fndeath indeath
death deathHere deathHere deathHere
Here sits sts a Japanese Japanee upon a stone stonea
a moments pause for rest having havingstretched havingstretched savingstretched
stretched him out into eternity eterniy There Therelie Thorele Therelie
lie le two foes with bayonets sheathed in hieach ineach ineach
each others breasts breastsBreastworks brests brestsBreastworks breastsBreastworks
Breastworks of Dead Men MenEverywhere MenEverywhere MenEverywhere
Everywhere corpses corpse corpsescorpses corpsescorpsesFor corpses Icorpes IcorpesFor corpees corpeesFor
For two days da s the Russians had been beenconcentrating beenconcentrating beenconcentrating
concentrating concentrating a a heavy artillery artier fire fre on onthe ontbe onthe
the hill hi with wih the tower stopping the theJapanese theJanese theJapanese
Japanese Janese sapper spper work wor At 2 oclock in inthe Inth inthe
the th morning yesterday the Russian Russianskirmlahers Russianskirmishers Russianskirmishers
skirmishers heard herd a a noise at at the hill hillwith hi billwith
with wih the tower towerCreeping towerCreeping towerCreeping
Creeping forward they thc discovered discoveredthat dis dlsdoyeredthat overed overedthat
that the Japanese were heaping up upcorpses upcorpses upcorpses
corpses as a defenses The Russian field fieldbatteries feld feldbateries fieldbatteries
batteries bateries immediately opened fire fre and andforced ad adforce andforced
forced force a cessation cesaton of the work workBayonet work workBayonet
Bayonet Fight FightAt
At dawn yesterday Yeterday the Japanese at attacked attaclted attacked ¬
tacked the Russian positions positons near Ou Oubenepusa 01 Onbenepusa ¬
benepusa The attackers attcker were scarcely scarcelyrecognizable scurcebrecognizable scarcelyrecognizable
recognizable as valiant valant Japanese so somechanically I somechanically
mechanically mechaniealy did they the move forward forwardand forwardand forwardamid
and with undying persistence perittence attack attackonly atack atackonly attackonly
only to be thrown thrOnl back bac They repeat repeated ¬
ed this at ten in the te morning mornllg after afer a apreparatory apreparatolY apreparatory
preparatory artillery artiery bombardment bombardmentand bombardmet bombardmetand t tand
and reached the Russian trenches trencheswhere trencheswhere 1 1where
where a bayonet ba onet fight fght ensued At the thecrucial thecrucial 1 1crucial
crucial moment General Alexieff Aleierr com commanding com coihrounding ¬ I Imanding
manding the vanguard angard arrived arive on the thescene thescene i iscene
scene with two companies and turned turnedthe turnedthe I
the scale against the Japanese Among Amongthe Amongthe Amongthe
the wounded was Lieutenant Colonel ColonelHrostitsky ColonelHrosttsky ColonelHrostitsky
Hrostitsky Hrosttsky of the general staff sta who whonevertheless whoneverhcles whonevertheless
nevertheless neverhcles remained at the front frontToward tront frontToward
Toward evening evenln the fight slackened slackenedThe slackenedThe slackenedThe
The Japanese employed an ingenious ingeniousscheme Ingeniousscheme Ingeniousscheme
scheme to deceive deCeive the Russian artil artillery nrti artillery ¬
lery whose shells shels though having the theranges thern theranges
ranges rn e appeared to be exploding in the thewrong theong thewrong
wrong ong direction diretion The officers ofcer were wereabout wereabout wereabout
about to resort to experimental experlm < ntal firing firingwhen firingwhen rlngwhen
when skirmishers skIrmisher reported that the theJapanese theJapanee theJapanese
Japanese Japanee were exploding small smal mines minesand minesand minesand
and even throwing dirt in the air all with withspades wih wihspade withspades
spades spade to effect etft a deception deceptionWYNDHAM decepton deceptonWYNDHAM deceptionWYNDHAM
WYNDHAM FORCED OUT OUTIxmdon OUTLndon OUTLondon
London Lndon March 6 GPremier Premier Balfour Balfourannounced Balfourannounced Balfournnounced
announced InjHhe In n the < house ho se ot commons con commonstoday mrnoristoday b ng ngtoday
today that th t Mr Mr Wyndham the th eshief eshiefsecretary qhiefsecretary bl f fsecretaI
secretary secretaI for ZorIreiand Ireland Ireand has ha resigned refg
DECISION IS AGAINST HARRIMAN HARRIMANSupreme HARRIMANSupree HARRIMANSuprepe
Supreme Court of the United States Upholds J J Hill Hil in the theDistribution theDistribution I IDistributon
Distribution Distributon of Northern Securities SecuritiesStock Securiies SecuriiesStock SecuritiesStock
Stock
I
l1I IV j ASHINGTON A HINGTON March 1larch 6 GThe The su supreme sUyy sUvv
vv yy preme court cur of the United Uied States Statestoday Statestoday Statestoday
today affirmed atned the decision of the thecircuit te tecircuit thecircuit
circuit court of appeals for the Third Thirdcircuit Thirdircui Thirdcircuit
circuit ircui in thecase l e of Harriman vs s the thei theNorthern
i rarv t1ar > t v vNorthern
Northern Securities Seurities company involving involvingthe
the distribution distributon of the shares in North Northern Norh Norher Northem ¬
ern er em Securities S urite5 company The decision decisionis decsion decsionIs
is favorable to the
company companyTiie Cmpany CmpanyThe companyTee
The decision of the court was as an announced announce announced ¬
nounced nounce by Chief Justice ustce Fuller Fulle He Hedelivered HedeJe Hedelivered
delivered deJe d no written writen opinion but said saidthat sid sidthat saidthat
that one would be b filed fled later There Therewas Tere Terewas Therewas
was no dissenting dissntng opinion The de decree decree decree ¬
cree of the circuit circui court curt of appeals appealswhich appeaLwhich appeaLswhich
which was affirmed afned today toda merely merly re reversed revete reversed ¬
versed vete the decree deere of the circuit circui court courtfor coutfor courtfor
for the district of New Jersey The Thelatter Thelatter hc
latter later court issued an injunction injuncton re restraining restrining restraining ¬
straining strining the securities securites company compn from fromtransfering fromtransering fromtransfering
transfering or distributing distributng 717300 i730 shares sharesof sharesof
of the common stock of the Northern NorthernPacific NorthernPacic NorthernPacific
Pacific Pacic Railway Ranwa company cmpan acquired by bythe b bythe
the securities securites company cmpany in the merger mergerof
of 1 the the Northern Norther Pacific PaClfic and the Great GreatNorthern GreatNorthe1n GreatNorthern
Northern roads This
decree deree was over ¬
I i
ruled rled by b the circuit court of appeals appealssitting appealsfiUngIn appealssittIngin
sitting fiUngIn sittIngin in Philadelphia Phiaelphia and todays todays ver verdict verdict verdiet ¬
dict sustains the reversing reversin decision decisionThe desion desionThe decisionThe
The court of appeals appls held in effect effectthat efect efectthat effectthat
that the te securities seurite company had ha be become b become ¬
come the absolute legal lega and equitable equitableowner euitbl euitbloler equitableOwner
owner oler of the stock sto k of the te railroad rairad com company om ompany nt ntpany ¬
pany pany and and that the te question queston of owner ownership ownership ownership ¬
ship had not been Involved or even In Incidentally incIdentaly incidentahly ¬
cidentally cIdentaly passed upon by the supreme supremetourt supremour supremecourt
court our of the United Unie States in the gov government governent government ¬
ernment ernent case for the dissolution dissoluton of the themerger themergr themerger
merger mergerThe mergr mergrThe mergerThe
The suit was brought by b E H Harri Harriman Hari Hariman Harrlman ¬
man Winslow S Pierce PIece and other own owners OWl owlera ¬
ers of the Northern Norter Pacific Pifc stock held heldby heldb heldby
by b the securities securites company companJ to obtain obtainpossession obtainpossesion obtainpossession
possession possesion of the shares sares of stock orig originally oig oiginany originally ¬
inally deposited ep05led by b them and to re restrain restrain restrain ¬
strain the company from pursuing puruing its itsplan itsplan
plan of distribution distributon which was o give giveto giveto giveto
to each stockholder tokholder a proportionate proportionateamount proportonate proportonateamount proportionateamount
amount of the stock stok of the two rail railway rl rlwa railway ¬
way wa companies The par value of the thestock thestocl thestock
stock involved involve is 82491871 8249181 The case casewas casea easewas
was a argued arg ed only a week ago ag and the thedecision thedecision thedecision
decision came cme with a promptness promptnes that thatwas thatwas thatwas
was quite quie unexpected unexpeted
KANSAS SENATE SKINS GARFIELD GARFIELDPresident GARFIELDPresident i I
President Asked to Appoint Some Man With Wih Experience Inde Independence ndependence ¬ I I Ipendence
pendence and Nerve Enought to Investigate Investgate the theBeef theBeef I IBeef II
Beef Trust
TOPEKA OPEKA Kan March lach C GThe 6TheKansas The Thei
T Kansas senate i tod8 today j jresolution adopted a aresolution
resolution reoluton denouncing the report reportof
of Commissioner Garfield Garfeld in the beef beeftrust beeftrust
trust investigation investigationWhereas Inyestigton InvestigationWhereas
Whereas The secretary secretarJ of the de department departmnent ¬
partment paltment of commerce < e has made an analleged analleged
alleged aIeged investigation Inveatgaton of the beef trust trustand trst trstand trustand
and has reported rported that said trust in inspite inspite
spite of the enormous enorous disparity disparl be between between between ¬
tween the price of beef on 01 the hoof hoofand hoorand hoofand
and beef on the block and in spite spie of ofthe orthe ofthe
the fact that the heads of said trust trusthave trusthave trusthave
have in the past twentyfive twetyfve years yearsby yearsby ears earsby
by the operations of said trust accu accumulated accumulated accumulated ¬
mulated fortunes beyond the dreams dreamsof
of averice a is now doing business on a amargin amargin amargin
margin so small smal that hat there is little ltte or orno orno orno
no profit profitTherefore profitherefore profitTherefore
Therefore be It i resolved by b the j
senate the house concurring therein thereinthat thereinthat
that we request the president of the theUnited theUnited theUnited I
United States to reject rejet this report and andappoint andappoint andappQlnt
appoint some man with wih experience in independence indepenlence independence ¬
dependence depenlence and nerve that shall shallqualify shallQualfy shallqualify i
qualify Qualfy for the task of investigating investigatingthis inyestgtng inyestgtngthis
this gang gng of commercial highwaymen highwaymenknown highwaymenknown highwaymenknown
known as the beef trust to the end endthat endthat endthat
that the public publc may may ma be fully ful informed informedas
as to the sources soures of their teir enormous enormousprofits enonous enonousprofts enormousprofits
profits profts and the foundations foundatons of their thelrcollossal theircoUossal theircollossal
collossal fortunes and the means in instruments Instruments instruments ¬
struments and agreements ageement by b which whichfor whichfor whichfor
for a generation generton they have robbed robbedboth robbedboth robbedboth
both the purchaser > rehae and the te consumer consumerto
to the end that legislation legislaton protecting protectingboth protetn protetnboth protectingboth
both may be Intelligently intelgent devised and andthat andthat andthat
that the light of publicity publci that light lightthat lght lghtthat lightthat
that is i destructive of all trusty trust trus < and andcombinations andcombinatons andcombinations
combinations combinatons may be thrown upon the theoperations theopertions theoperations
operations of this vicious
opertions and iniquit iniquitous ¬
ous conspiracy
LONG THREATENED THREAT NED STRIKE ON THE THENEW THENEW THENEW
NEW YORK ELEVATED HAS BEGUN
New 1ewYrk Yrk March 6 6The The long threat threatened threatene threatened ¬
ened ene strike of the employes of the In InterBorough InterBorough IiiterBorough ¬
terBorough company operating operatng the thesubway thesUbway thesubway
subway and the elevated railroads rairads of ofManhattan otManhatan ofManhattan
Manhattan Manhatan was determined on at a ameeting ameetng ameeting
meeting meetng of the Brotherhood Brtherhood of Locomo Locomotive Lcomo Lcomote Locornotive ¬
tive te engineers engineer and the Amalgamated AmalgamatedAssociation AmalgamatedAssociaton AmalgamatedAssociation
Association Associaton of Street and Electrical ElectricalRailway Eletricl EletriclRilway ElectricalRailway
Railway Rilway Employes held In Harlem to tonight tonight tonlghL ¬
night night This action acton followed foJowed the receipt receiptfrom reeipt reeiptfrom receiptfrom
from General Manager 11anager Hedley Hedle of the theInterBorough theInter theInterorough
InterBorough Inter orough company tonight of a aletter aletter aletter
letter declining deUning to agree agre to the terms termsof tens tensof termsof
of the amended demands
of the repre representatives representatives ¬
sentatives senttves of the men at a meeting meetng held heldwith heldwith heldwith
with the officials ofeials of the company cmpany today todayIt to a
It I was nearly midnight when President PresidentJenks preSIcent PresidentJenks i
Jenks Jenk of the Brotherhood Broth rhood of Locomo Locomotive Locomotive ¬ i
tive Engineersannounced Engneersnnounced that the men menhad menhad menhad
had voted unanimously to > > strike strke and andthat andthat andthat
that the strike had been ordered ordeed for 3 3a 3a 3a
a m to be put Into full ful operation peraton at
4 a m About 5000 60 employes employe of the thesubway theuDway thesubway
subway and elevated system are af affected a1 affected ¬
fected by the strike which will wi tie te up upall upal upall
all al the traffic trnc except on the surface surfacetrolley 6ur1ace 6ur1acetroJey surfacetrolley
trolley troJey lines linesThe lne linesThe
The utter ut r Imposslbit Impossibility of the multi multitude mult multitude ¬
tude of travelers trvelers in the upper part of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the island reaching their places down downtown downtown downtown
town tomorrow is one of the te most se serlou serJou ser1ou
rlou features fiatures of the situation situaton and It Itla Itt itis
la feared fenrei epw1 will be the cause caus of much dis disordej2 disorden
ordej2 ordej2Air orden ordenstir t m fu fuU
Air U police JeUce reserves rS Me8 were ere summoned S summonedon ur m oned onedon
on dut tonight and atrong ton guards
dutj g
were re placed at all al stations statons both bot on the thesubway thesubway thesubway
I subway and elevated roads roadsThe roadsThe roadsThe
The InterBorough company brought broughtto
company
to Jersey Jer City Ci last night a body bod of 500 500to 500to 500to
to 700 00 strike breakers who
breaker were quar quartered quartered quartered ¬
tered on the big sound sund steamer C H HNortham HNorham HNortham
Northam Norham on which they were con conveyed cn cnf convEyed ¬
veyed f ed to the companys power plant on onHarlem onHarlem onHarlem
Harlem river Tonight these men were wereescorted wereestorted wereescorted
escorted estorted under guard of private detect detectives detectives detectIves ¬
ives to the northern terminus of the thesubway thesubwa3 thesubway
subway where many were wre placed placd on ontrains ontrIns ontrains
trains trIns to act as motormen and guards guardsOthers gard guardsOthers
Others were placed under the care cr ot otexperts otexperts 0 0experts ±
experts to receive preliminary pr lmi r instruc instructions instructons Instructions ¬
tions tons in their duties dutes In addition additon about
500 men m en were were engaged engagd at a recruiting recruitingoffice recruitng recruitngofce recruitIngoffice
office ofce opened by the company compay down downtown downtown downtown
town townSENATOR townSENATOR townSENATOR
SENATOR KEARNS K S IS ISEN ISEN ISEN
EN ROUTE FOR HOME HOMESoccial HOMESD HOMESoeclal
Soccial SD cal to The Te Herald HeraldWashington H HeraldWashhmgton rld rldVahlulton
Washington Vahlulton March Iach 6 EsSonator 6EScnator 6EScnatorKears 6ExSonatorKearns EsSonatorKearns
Kearns Kears left Icf Saturday Saturay evening evenInl for his hishome hishomo hishome
home In Salt Lake Le City Cf Kearns Kears will willcontinue willcontinue
continue contnue looking Iookng after afer pension DCslon cases caseswhich cses cseswhic caseswhich
which whic ho has had ha in charge ca e and which whlcnare whichare arhicbare
are not completed and correspondence correspondencein coresDondence coresDondenceIn
in regard reKad to them from applicants aDPUcnts for forpensions forpensions
pensions may be sent to him at Salt SaltLakfeCIU SaltLnk SaltLakC1t
LakfeCIU LakfeCIUAlnzaTB Lnk LakC1tAl Cl t
AlnzaTB AI t2 imt B Irwin of gait alF al Lake Ll City Cit was wasadmjttpdto wasadmitted
admjttpdto admlt admitted a t to IrwJn practice practce toclay t toda a Jn lnthe the su supremo suremc9 supremnc ¬
premo remc9 court ro of the e United J1edState States
FRANK FRANKJI J CANNON i iCUT IS ISCUT ISGUT
CUT OFF FROM CHURMDisfeliowshipped CHURCH CHURCHDisfelovishipped CHURCHDisfel
Disfeliowshipped Disfelovishipped Disfel Iowshipped by Mormon tormon Authorities For Edi Editorial Editarial I Itonal ¬
tonal Criticisms of President Smith SmithExSenator Sm SmithExSenator ih ihExSenator
ExSenator Had Accused Leader of Encouraging Polygamy of ofUsing ofUsing ofUsing
Using Tihing Tithing For His Own Aggrandizement and of ofOther ofOther ofOther
Other Offenses Ofenses
rRANE J CANNON former follr United UnitedStates Une Unitedr
FRANK r States SttP senator son S of George Ge Q QCannon QCanon QCannon
Cannon Canon and editor eitor of the te Salt SaltLake Slt SltIake SaLtLake
Lake Tribune Tribun has been bee dtefellow dtefellowshipped dielow dielowshipped dlstellowshipped
shipped by the Mormon Moron church dmrh for forwriting forwritn forwriting
writing writn two editorial ediorial articles artcles in criti criticism ertticlam ¬
cism c clam m of President Prrid nt Joseph F J Smith Smit eru1 In Inthe Inthe Isthe
the articles artces referred to President Preident Smith Smithis Smit
is i accused accuse of encouraging ecur g polygamy poly y of ofserving ofserving
serving rving Mammon rather rtber than thlu God Go and andcharges andcharge andcharges I
charges charge affecting afeUnr the handling handlng of the thetithing tbetthin thetithing
tithing tthin fund are lre made madeIn made madeIn i iIn
In addition addlton to being big excommunicated excmunicat excommunicatedfrom j
from the church churt1 it is understood undensto great greatpressure greatpreun greatpressure
pressure preun has las been bten put put on o the executors executorsof exeuto exeutoof
of the will wil of George G orge Q Cannonin Cnnon Cannon in an aneffort aneffort
effort efort to cut off of the inheritance inberltnce of ofFrank orFrnk ofFrank I
Frank Frnk J 1 Cannon Cnnon in accordance a < ordanc with a aclause aclause aclause
clause in the t1e will wi making mng that tlat possible possiblein pibe pibein
in case ase of apostasy apostasyThe apt apostasyThe
The first fnt editorial edioial referred rerl to t ap appeared appare apneared ¬
neared pare in the Tribune of Jan 22 2 and amiwas ant andwas
was as entitled fntIUe An Analysis of the theChurch theChurh theChurch
Church The second d editorial eitrLi appeared appearedFeb appar appearelFeb <
Feb 1 under the heading htdin An Address Addressto Addrs Addrsto
to the th he Earthly FArhl King of the Kingdom Kingdomof Ki dom domof
of 3od 3odAccuses odAccuses
Accuses Ac fo uscs Forcing Women to Marry i iIn 1In 1 1In
In the latter latPr Mr r Cannon Cannn makes mke a I se serif series ¬
rif rit ries of charges da e He ae a aimeuses ul es President PresidentSmith Predent PredentmitJ PresidentSmith 1
Smith mitJ of trying tring to build buid up his personal personalIHICT prsoal
IHICT 1 er by the sacrifice SCrfce of the interests interestsof tteres tteresf
of 0 f ti 1 th e church ehurh charges charge violation violaton of of3grements ofgn of3glTheflts
3grements gn ents with the United Unie States State gov government gorernment ¬
ernment erlment accuses a < use the president prei nt of tak taking taking taklag ¬
ing the bodies bies of the daughters dauthter of his hissubjects IdssUbjects hissubjects I
subjects and bestowing betowing them upon up his hiefavorites hi hisfavorites
favorites He also als accuses a < cu President PresidentSmith Preident PresidentSmith
Smith of having taken the property propertywhich poprty poprtywhhh propertywhich
which belonged to the te widow and to t the theorphan te teolpban theorphan
orphan and having absorbed aborbl It into the thepossessions thepossessions
possessions posesions of the crown crwn and with withoppressing withoppresing withoppressing
oppressing oppresing poor Inemben members of the tb church churchto
to enrich himself himselfTho himselfTh himselfThe
The Th other editorial eioril charges President PresidentSmith PreWent PreWentSmih PresidentSmith
Smith Smih with wih building bUiding up an alien ali mon monarchy monarhy mooarchy ¬
archy arhy hostile hotle to the principles princpe of o Amer American Amerlean ¬
lean government goYcrnm governmentFormal t
1 Formal Charge Made MadeFormal MadeFormal MadeFormal
Formal charges charge against Mr Cannon Cannonwere Cann Cannwere Cannonwere
were filed fed by Elder tns Wilam William G Rack Rackham Rek Rekham Rackham
ham of the Fifth Fith ward in Os Oten Og4en en where whereMr whre whreM1 whereMm
Mr M1 Cannons home is The two edi editorials ei eitorials editorials ¬
torials are offered ofered in substantiation subataton of ofcharge ofcharges
charges charge of unchristian unchristan conduct conut and andapostasy andaposts andapostasy
apostasy aposts A hearing 1earing e ring was hed held Feb 24 24in t4in 4 4In
in the vestry vesr r of f f the Fifth Flft ward meet meeting met metIng meeting ¬
ing house hous in Ogden before bfre the ward wardbishopric wardbishopric wardbishoiric
bishopric Bishop John Watson at51 presid presided pre ¬
ed assisted assised by his first frt counselor cunslor H HH HH HH
H Thoiras Tho13S and by Elder Eld r George Ge e W WLarkin WLarkin Yo YoLarkin
Larkin who acted in the tle place ofSec ofSecond of 3ee 3eeond ee eeond ¬
ond Counselor T A Shreeve Shreve the latter latterbeing latterbeing
being eing held to be b disqualified diquailed became becamehe becmuehewas
he hewas was awitness awitnessMr a wite
Mr Camion C nnon filed ted comprehensive comprehensivewritten compren eomprehenalvewritten ve vewriten
I written writen answer R1sver rlR d lf WRic wHich he admitted admittedwrltlnpr admittedwr1ting
wrltlnpr wlitn the editorials eIorf but declined declne t tretract t to toretract
retract retrct He declared declar the te course < ur of ofPresident ofPresident
President Preident Smith Smih if continued entnud wouldbe wouldbe would wouldbe
be sure sre to work great get hardship on o the theMormon theMormon theMormon
Mormon people pople and an maintained that all allhis aUhis allhis
his charges charge against aginst Smith Smih are true trueIn trueIn trueIn
In his examination examinaton Cannon Canon said sid I Ido Io Ido
do o not think Joseph Josph F Smith is a aphophet aphophet aphophet
phophet of God Go I think his idol Iol is isMammon isMammon isMammon
Mammon He also declared declare his belief beliefthat bU beliefthat r rthat
that Joseph oph F Smith Sih is i falsely leading leadingthe leadingthe
the Mormon ormo people peopl peopleA x xA
A unanimous decision deiion against a nst Cannon Cannonwas CannonWM Cannonwss
was rendered last lat Saturday Satudy but the thefact thefact
fact act did di not get et out until unti yesterday yesterdayPosition yeerdy yeerdyPosition yesterdayPosition
Position of Mr Cannon CannonMr
Mr 1 Cannon Cannn declines delne to be b quoted in inregard il ilregrd 1mmregard
regard regrd to the matter Jlter but a t friend friendspeaking friedskln friendspeaking
speaking skln for him hin said sid he was as one of ofthe ofthe
the men men who made the pledge pldge to the thegovernment thegovernmnt thegovernment
government of the nation naton on behalf bhlf of ofthe orthe oftime
the the church lhurch that the organization organiatin would wouldi wouldabandon
abandon abndon polygamy pI3gm and cease c to Inter Interfere Intrtere Interfore ¬
fore in politics pltis that he knows the pres present pn present ¬
ent leaders leder of the church chulh have hv been and andare andare andare
are violating violatng that pledge pleg that he felt feltit fet feltit
it his duty to protest prte against againt their theircourse theirc theircOurse
course c urse that tht the action ncto 6t the church churchauthoritIes < hurchauthorities hurh
authorities authrite in diBfellowshipping difelo lppin him is istaken i istaken
taken take as an 8n in indication Inicto tlyit tht free fr speech speechis 8h
is to be denied denie a member of the Mor Morinan Moeman or orman
memb te
man church > an an9 < J that he bem will continue continueliis contnUf continuehis
his course cure in n opp81Uon opposition to acts act of the theauthorities theauthorti theauthorities
authorities authorti which whlh he believes belee to be beagainst beagainst
against the best interests interest of the th Mor Mormon Morrnoii for formon ¬
mon people in general genrl and in vilati violation violationof
of the good goo faith of the thecAuck church H Hwitl ne newi Hevill
witl wi not appeal appealPROCEEDINGS appel appelPROCEEDINGS appealPROCEEDINGS
PROCEEDINGS TAKEN TAKENi TAKENAGAINST TAKENAGAINSTMR
AGAINST AGAINSTMR MR MRO CANNON CANNONThe
The proceedings lro eing which resulted reled In Inthe inthe inthe
the excommunication excommunl aton of Mr XI Cannon Cannonbegan Cannonbegn Cannonbegami
began begn on Feb 19 On that tat day Second SecondCounselor SecondCounselor cond condCounslor
Counselor Counslor Shreeve Shreyc And and n J Elder Back Backham Backham Backham
ham who is i it one of the te ward ard teachers teacherscalled teacher teacherscalled
called cned upon Cannon at his hi home in inOgden InOgden InOgden
Ogden and the following folowiug conversation conversationtook Cfvertln Cfvertlntook
took place pla between Cannon Cnno s a and d Rack Rackhain Rck Rckham Rackham
ham who acted as a spokesman sRokom for the thevisitors thevisiors thevisitors
visitors visitorsDid visiors visiorsDld visitorsDid
Did you write wrl e theeditorial the edioril edItorial in the theSalt theSai theSalt
Salt Sai Lake Lke Tribune on the te 22nd day da of ofJanuary ofJaauay ofJanuary
January Jaauay pO p06 190i entitled CtUed An A Anaiygfe Anaiygfeof Aaly Aalyof na1ys1sof
of the Church Churll No1 No1e No > fo l 1Yes r rYes
Yes YesDid YesDid e
Did you write u the editorial eioria In the theSalt theSRlt theSalt
Salt SRlt Lake Ike Tribune dated date February 1 1Itmo
1906 106 Itmo under uld r the title tte An A Address ddre to tothe tothe tothe
the Earthly EArthl King King of the Kingdom Kidom of ofGod ofGod ofGod
God
GodYes GodYe Yes YesDo Ye YeSDo
Do you J01 retract rebtct the te sentiments sentimentstherein sntments sntmentsterein sentimentstherein
therein terein expressed expressedNo exp expressedVNo ssed ssedXo
No NoDo XoDo NoDo
Do you think tlk that tat Joseph oeph F Smith Smithis Smih Smihis
is a prophet propet eC f God or do you yo think thinkthat tink tinkthat thinkthat
that he is
wohiDPiDg worshipping mammon mammonI mmmo
I do not think that Joseph F Smith Smithis Smth Smthis
is a a prophet of God I think that tathis tathisidol his hisidol hisidol
idol is mammon mammonThen mammonhen mammonrhen
Then hen you think that ttt Joseph F PSmith FSmith FSmith
Smith is falsely falsel r leading the people eple do doyou doyou doyou
you youYes youYe Yes YesThe Ye
The visitors visitor remained rerainc la 1f conversa conversation cODvers conversation ¬
tion ton with wIh Mr lfr Cannon for fGr some time timebut tunebut timebut
but failed faied to secure s re anything ythg in i the thenature thenature thenature
nature of a I retraction retreton orqualification orqualificationof or qUaifcaton qUaifcatonof
of his charges chargesElders eharo chargesElders t tElder
Elders Elder Shreeve and E Neuteboom Neuteboomclerk Neutebom Neutebomclerk Neuteboomclerk
clerk of the Fifth ward ward of Ogden Ogdencalled Ogdencalled
called caled on Mr 111 Cannon Cnnon In f Salt St Lake LakeFeb Lke LkeFeb LakeFeb
Feb 22 2 and served on him the te follow following folow folowing followIng ¬
ing the
complaint complainti complaintText complaintTect
i Text Text of theCharge theChargei theChargeFollowing theCh theChargeFollowing rge rgeFolowin
i
Following Folowin is tim text tt of the te charge chargeBishop chargeBishop chargeBishop
Bishop John oln Watson Vaton and Counselors CounselorsOgden CosneiorsOgden
Ogden Fifth Fith Ward Weber 1ber Stake StakeDear Stke StkeDear StakeDear
Dear Brethren BrthrenI I hereby hareb prefer a charge charseagainst cha chargeagainst e ea
against a nst Brother Frank J Cannon Cnnon for un unChrlstianllke unChrlstanlke anChristianlike
Chrlstianllke Chrlstanlke conduct COlduct and aaostacy aostcy For Forcause Forcaue Forcause
cause caue of complaint complant I allege allegeFirst alege alegeFirtHe allegeFirstHe
First FirtHe FirstHe He published publshod or caused cused to be pub published publshe pubhished ¬
lished in the Salt Lake Lke Tribune of Sunday Sundaymorning Suuda Suudamoring Sundaymorning
lshe
morning moring Jan an 22 2 1905 19 an article art le headed headedrAn headedAn headedAn
An Analysis Aahsls of the te Church Church a 8 CODY of ofwhich otwhich ofwhich
which is hereunto annexed anexed and mde part partof partof partof
of this tis complaint complaintSecond complaInt complaintSecondHe
S Second SecondHe ondHe He nublishcd Cd or caused to be bepuOushed berud bepuUlished
puOushed rud shed an Itb1 artlelS artl artIcl in n the t Slt Salt Lake Lke Lkerbune Lake1Ibune
1Ibune of Vednemmdny iiy morni morning I Feb eb t teade
1905 rbune headed eade An enQ Address Atidreasto rc s to o the te Earthly
King Kn of the th Kingdom of o o < < i a copy Cfc p pwhich of ofwhich tr trwhh
which whh is t i hereunto nto anncxti and < lid mad nuim IK p t tof tof I Iof
of this ti comoJaint comoJaintThe conmiaJntThe
eanL eanLTe
The Te aenttmtfUs tt expressed in tiies t tb re ¬
tides tcle beins bbu contrary ctry to the fan r i iteachings a1 a1teachings <
teachings teci a aD and d principles Sndplts of t th t Ii rlrr rlrrwhich t h m mof r < 1ote
ote of Jesus Cri Christ of Lalerh Latterdty Saint Saintwbich Saim Saimwhich
which he claims cia < aim mIs to bo 0 a ni ufm member mber r A
having visited wit and UK labored labo with it hiru hiruthe hinlthe I r rthe
the capacity cIPcty of a a te tehr teacher rher according aordlrgruleg horlng i t trule trl
rule rl ruleg of the church curh ai ald i < ndeavoii ndeavoiiconvince ndfHr ndfHrcovln nde3 r rcolivinee >
convince covln him of o his hl error frror and a 88k skd k ri <
in regard to the he abovo abu mnttonil mnttoniltorials mnHollJ mnHollJtorlals mnttoitorials
torials torlals he hf having admitted admitd that h hthem htem v vthem
them tem and thit th t they thE re r hi n his j sentim sentimH Kft snflrmclie iE
H He further slated s1h in UHPIVT t to Icthin u ution c clon
thin lon Do D you ou sustain Jus pii F Si Hri mnm o
head of the thur hurch < h Hi aaiswrr aJ amNo tI tINo wa waNo
No as President Preident Jos Josm Of i > h 1 K k Smith SmIh Srrlm h tis a aleaving 1 1IeviDg
leaving IeviDg th th the worship othip of God Oo to the mi miship vv vvship Wship <
ship of idols or mammon and was wslag T Ting 1lu
lag lu the aeople ple astray astrayXow atra astrayNow <
Xow therefore teefore I ask ak ou that Kr KrFrank nrFrank TrFrank <
Frank J 1 CanMon CanN be b sunimoued mmoled t tfore tbefore < > > r rbefore
before fore you ou to show sow cause caust If any anywhy Iny m mwhy < > 1wh >
why wh be h sbrmld not have th the h hand baniluwship < > r f flowship f fluwthi
lowship luwthi withdrawn ihdrawn fnnn ruJl him hj ml m as S a n I mher r n nber ror
her or of o the th Fifth Ifh ward wad in il ilif lmn W WIf > b hr < r y j jof if <
of If f Zion Ziol ihurtn I of J Jsu sus m irtet 11t of lit litday 11 I Id
day d v Saints SaintsSigned Sints SintstSlgf SaintsSIgned
tSlgf Signed WILLIAM WILL1 O RArKiTViT R RAT J iT T TSignd T TSlgnd j
Signed this thi 21st st day da of February lebary lebaryCIted tebruarvCited v vCited
Cited to Appear AppearThe AppearThe AppearThe
The following folowing notice to appear appar nas nasalso vSalso as asalso
also served servedBrother 8rM 8rMBrther servedBrother
Brother Brther Frank J Oa amol anr > inor Ytvi are ar h
by requited reutEd to appear ap i > f r v > th thric thrc ihne
ric rc ne of the th Ogden O dn Fifth Fith vtrl 1 n J ti tiher ttbl t ther <
her bl stake of 2ion 2on on at ooi o oemk oemkon < i > ok k i Lon T Ton
on Friday Frid Feb b 24 Iftft ITh I ii m the vor vr vrthe fr f fthe
the Fifth Ut Ward ar meeting m tng house HUe to l prswer prswera l t r ra WP1
a charge filed fie against aginst you 01 u by b by Krotrf KrotrfWillJam J r < f c cWilliam
William WiHm G Rackham in which h accuses accusesyou scusps scuspsO a iPS iPSyou
you O of unchrtotianlike unhriRUk ronduct and apos apostasy apn apntay tr trtaey ¬
tasy tay according aCrig to the th complaint mplalt nifi nifiwith 1111 I IC t twith
with wih us against ItDt you ou a copy OP of f tvhi h ii i t < Ihereunto s shereunto S Sberemmnto
hereunto annexed annexedAnd annexedAnd
annexe
And An you yo are se hereby h4by notified notif that if f y i ifall 1fal Ifail
fall fal to appear aPa and ao answer answtJ as a ato atoquire atvvr atvvrqulre4 ov r rquiref
quiref quire without wttht reasonable rfaonabl ex eXM exie < tj e < t twill 1wil twill
will wil be b dealt d alt with wih ucoordinj to the th tiidoses evi evidence 1 1du ¬
doses du and an the t law of th < hurrh matters mattersJOHN matrsJOHN rn rnJOHN
JOHN WATSON WATSONi VA SOX
WATSONfls
i Bishvp BishvpJfiVBRT B5hpVRT fls p p15VERT
JfiVBRT VRT NKUTKBiHM NKUTKBiHMClerk NEUTEBJIf mM mMOgden
NEUTEBJIfCfrk Clerk ClerkOgden Cfrk CfrkOgden
Ogden Fifth Ffh Ward Utah Ut Feb 2 2Mr 2 21Mr o
Mr Cannon repaired repare to the vestry vtt vestr eg egI lS lSrequee s srequested
I requested requee on o Feb 34 Church om ofdaip ofdaippreent > iais1 iais1I ae aepresent
I present preent included Bishop Watson Watsn cour courselors 01T 01 01selors
selors Jo Thomas Thom and ad Shreeve Shreye Elder Eder IJ IJkin j Ikin v vkin
j kin Elder Eler Rackham Rackha and ad Clerk Neut Neutboom ut utboom utboom
boom Bishop Bihop Watson Watson declared delae KloShreeve Elc Klo EloShreeve >
Shreeve Shreve disqualified djsuaifed to sit si in the thpa rrr rrras rsas
as a he had ha acted acte in the capacity capi of ofVldug ofvisiting t tvisiting
visiting Vldug teacher tec er and ad appointed applnte KM E f r rLarkln l rLarkin
Larkin LrkIn to sit 5t hi i his place placeFollowing plae plaeFolowlnS placeFollowing
Following FolowlnS the reading readinl of the tbpplaint c cplaint eplaint
plaint Cannon CIDO said he ytas as prepar v vaiswec i ianswer t8i8W >
answer 8i8W orally OIy or in i jfltinff wltng rish ii h p
Watson 4aked ke that that the te written wrt n r rread rf rread
read red and Mr Cannon Cano read red It ItMR itMR ItMR
MR CANWQNMAINTAIN CANNONthKNTAJNSHIS ir
HIS WORDS WORDSWERE WERE ltUE ltUEMr J iLJE iLJEMr I tUE tUEIr
as A Mr Ir follows Cannons Cannns reply rply to the th chare char1s < > s p pas f nas >
followsSlt
Salt St Lake Lkp Utah Uth Feb 22 inoc
1x0 1x0Blsbo
I Bishop Blsbo John oh Watson WatsonFifth v VatsorFifth an
Fifth Ffb Ward Wa Ogden Vt I 1My t
My Dear r Bishop Bhop Ogen
Communications Communitons from jou OU rertivo rertivome rei reime o ome
me at the hands bns of Eld Eldir r E Noun NeuuriIn eutprl eutprlIn
In the presence pnence or Elder Eldtr Thorn TuomI a aI
I Shreeve Shreve at the offices of es of the te Q Ggr t oigr m
I i Cannon annn association 8aton in the tH Manx buili btd btdI iuL L
j S St Salt lt Lake Lke City Cit rtah today request requestto r ls1 iu s sto
I to appear ar before bfore the tht bishopric bi hopr f fFifth fJifth cm cmFifth
Fifth Jifth wa ward of Ogden Ogdfu at a a certi Ctrd eert i Iand rr rrand r
and plact to answer ans < r certain Nrt ln uluri uluriagainst har hargf < r f fagainst fa
I against a ham hamThe hamTh hamThe gai nt me by Elder William Wiiam G i IT ITham r F
The Th charges harg < are arf that I im m RUI RUIChristianlike gUlt gUltChristianlke guilt guiltChristian
Christianlike Christianlke Christian like conduct cnduct and a ii i ihaving apost aposthuxing 111
having hain written wrnen two tw ciitwial oiiuriawhich imal rii riiwhich r =
which appeared appare In tho tl Salt Lake rit riti ritdf nitof >
df i > f which paper pPr 1 am editor N torundF undFr uinci uincifolluiwing 1 1following lfulowin >
following fulowin titles tile An Analyst Ala1 Aim ti sl ala alathurch cf cfhurch f fhurh
hurch No 1 anl an ii 1 Addrrs Addr AddrI ddresErthiy r rKtarthly
Ktarthly Erthl King of th thu KiiK Kildom Kimgdom < 3om of ofThanking if ifIhanking < 6Thanking >
Thanking you for the thE courteous turttous m 114 114inhlCh r riii i iin
I
in inhlCh which you YO I and the others other inv tnYh tnYhthis > l lthis l lthis
this proceeding prelDg hay ha yO act aetL jil l toward towardiwrsonally towa towariI rj rjronal
I personally ronal 1 present preent the following folowing n uI nIswer nI
I Iswer IswerI swer sweri
i I wrote rote the articles atcles in question qicestirmThey
questnn questnnThey
j I They are ar true tre in letter lEter and in ii iigiving SIM SIMgiving
giving due duf consideration < onsidertion to o the thf fat ls lsOne r rone
one of thm them la written writen in the f 11 t tparable > n nparable
parable parableThey prble prbleTfY parableThey
They TfY were prepared prparpd and print prnt < b bof hof bof
of an apparent appret public publc n nE nd < e < S to knw knwtruth kn kntrth m mtruth
truth trth concerning 6onieninR the manner mannEr mannErthe ir 1 1the nv nvthe
the present plnt president prtident of th tt churli churhcs hur i icfse v vcfses
cfses cs the tbf authority authort of his office officeAdmits off officeAdmits
Admits the Accusation AccusationElder AccusationElder AccusationElder
Elder Rackhaia Rackba aR also BO charges c ha 1f1 rges thtt t h d i t v vhe The v vbe
he visited Yi5te me and endeavored endfaure to o eu euJoe cinc u ume
me of error errr and an asked aske me mF if jfJoseph I sustv sustvJoseph sl r rJoph
Joseph Joph F Smith Smih as head hfad of the the hr u uanswered 1 1answered
answered aDwere that tbt o < did not sustain him himthat himthat himthat
that Joseph oph F Smith was W leaving leavingworship Itang Itangworhp
worship worhp of o God Go and nd was s worsMiT worsMiTmammon worsi orsIIT orsIITmammo i imammon
mammon mammo and an was leading Ipadin the timeastray y yastray
astray astrayThis atry astrayThis 1
This J is a correct corrt presentation pr4fntton r > f fanswer ranwe f fanswer
answer anwe given gven by me to Elder der Rackr RackrI Rckl RcklI Rak RakI
I maintain mntin that tht the language lanaf languageme ii I Im > i ime
me m to Elder Rackhm Rackham i < = the truth truthAt truthAt trutiAt
At the present presnt moment momtlt of writing wrtiIj writii writiipert v vpect
pert jt to attend the te meeting meetn of the th thrl l lrlc z znc >
rlc rl as a requested requee and to there t h rf mak makfurther ma makfurther k
further oral answer anSWfr as the occasi occasidemand oas oasdma ocias ociasdemand
demand dma But In case ca any ciroums ciroumsshall crcum crcumshal cirmumshalL
shall shal prevent I hereby protest protestmost protc5most i imQt
most mQt fraternal frattrnl spirit spiri and an yet YEt YEtI yetmost i imost
most mot positive psitve way against aainst your yourof yourof yourof >
of jurisdiction Jurtsicton or the exercise execse 01 01diction ordictin n ndiction
I diction dictin by any other tribunal tribunalchurch trbulal trbulalchurch tribunalchurch
church to try tr me with possible possibleQuences Jsill oSsiIiI oSsiIiIluences
Quences qunc of dlsfellowship dlsflowship or ex e ecation HPI HPIcation 1JI 1JII
cation cton for having written the arii ariistated aris arisstatedtruthfuly uri uristatedtruthfully
I stated statedtruthfuly statedtruthfully truthfully and to answer anwtr anwtrne answerneed i ineed
need ne Further Furher I claim < that tha by b btempted y ytempted t tI
tempted ttmPte exercise exercis of such juris jurlsdkti jurlsdktiright jurlsli < liiti liitiright Ii Iiright <
I right bing being as assailed assailedBut asqUe assailedBut a citizen citzn In I this free fre repub replb replbbing rpmmbbeing i s sbeing
But in case cae you OU shall set SE aside asd ihpt 1 I Itest T Ttest
test tfsL and shall Ihal desire dESire further furhfr aristvpv n yn p pthe ethe i ithe >
I the charges chaes of Elder Elde Rackham Rackam 1 Ibrief vft vi vibrief a abrief
brief observation obaUon on the subject subjecthave subj subjectI t tI
I I Havng Having bn been brn born In th the conol coy coyhave
have hve deemed dtme myself myslf by race r a Mn MnIn M MIn J Jf
f In the present ppent hour of plenitude plfntude and andi ard ardI an anperity
i perity priy It may seem gm to 0 be that ta t I a aI mr mrwith r
I
wih with my pple people but 1 wa was with thl Ui UiI
I 1 their thei time tm of adversity adverlt and tok tokwith tOk tOkI to k kI
I with wlil them tem in their suffering BUfein Wentirely W a aentirely i
entirely entrey bespeak b our own ow ruturv futu in inworld ir r rworld
f world word out bt I can c ask no n better tr > t t tthat ttbaif Ithatif
that tbaif thatif if woe w shfcU sbl again agin descend dt dmrudthem erd erdthem i ithem
them as a In In former ore years yeI yearsI I may mO nmu nmumitted > t il ilmlte > f fmitted
mitted mlte to have the tb same sme share in m a asorrow t tsorrow tsrrow
sorrow srrow if thereby therby I can c to the thf s spp sppt i itent rr rrtent >
tent ties t UOI nt give ve aid In securing securn their ni nition lllUOI i ities
Fears Fear For Mormon People PeopleIt PeopleI
It I bas b been bo a belief beie that tt such i < ui uiwould i iwould
would wl come cm to the people pepe f if f presetn presetnctea pres pros proselsa t tei
elsa ei in the church cur should shoul be persist persistthat pr persitthat it ittbat
that has caused cu the public publc assert assertmy asr asrmy assr assrmy
my present vront attitude attitudeI atttude
I do not believe bleve that the churTr churTrever eh chiui chiuiever r T Teve
te 1
ever eve been b able ale to resist reist the te laws ani anitiments an antlmet intlments <
timents tlmet of the United Unt States Sttl la labelieve I Ibelieve t
believe bleve that t2t it can cn do so 5 now nowWhen nowVhen nowWhen
When It i made mde official oUcal relinquishrtt relinquishrttendorsed relnqui relinquir relinquirendorsed 1 1endr
endorsed endr by general gener confidence cnfidenc confldenctpublie a apuWIe apuBic
puWIe puBic sentiment snUm t in vaious various ways wayt waytfeature wa wafeatures t tfeatures
features feature antagonistic at nistc to the law law at atsentiment a asentiment I Isentment
sentiment sentment of the country countoP countryFr countryFrWiiford Pr PrWllford
Wllford Vlord Woodruff Vodr declared dar that tat thathave it i ihave w whave
have peace pce with the te world Suh Suhwould Su1 Su h hwould
would have given to it it in Its it gererati gereratian gltfrat geneaTan j ja
an a opportunity opporunit to work out the Btr Btrproblems gC gr grproblems
problems prblems of social socalroorm reform and of < iviiu iviiutlon t ttion 1 1tlon
tlon for this earth erth and the wonder wurI wurItheology 1 1theology Ithelo
theology thelo by b3 which It connects man w I Ithe 1 I Ithe
connet
the world to come cme But It has ba DOt Id tal talpeace 131 131peace I I Ipeace
peace in recent rett recen t3 years je ears The To leadership leadershiptho lederhp leadershtlthe 1
tho church eurch bas aa pr provoked oked conflict cnflct with withworld wi w i I h hworld 0 0world
world and that conflict cnkt continues ontnuc5 becanso becansoof OaISI OaISIof lie a S Sof
of violation violaon of 01 the to conditions condtons uj u upoa > > oa on wltica

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