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2 THE SALT LAKE HERALD SUJNUAY 31A1 14 J 1H05 SJGCTIOX SECIIOXOXE SEC IOX ONE
MONTANA Mor TANA JUDGE JUDGEb 1 1i
i IL b TRY MITCHELL MITCHELLBellingers
Bellingers Belling rs s Successor Has as Not Been BeejiSelected BeenSelected e n nSelected
Selected SelectedU SelectedUI1
U UI1 S MARSHAL IS REMOVED ISREMOTEtJi ISREMOVEIIs REMOVEDHIS
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1 1PolS
HIS WORK DID NOT SUIT ATTOR ATTORNEY ATTORH ¬
NEY HENEY HENEYWashington HEN LIENEVWahisigton Y Yy
Washington y a hin ton May a 13 IJAttomey Attorney Gen Genoil GenCt
oil Ct 1 Moody lood had a conference today todayWith todayt11 todayWAth
With t11 the president regarding the euc euctf eucfl uc uc5Ur
tf fl sor flr to Charles C rle8 B Bellinger United UnitedStates Unitedtat UnitedStates
States tat s district Judge j e for the district districtf
c f f f Oregon r gQn who died last night Judge Judgeiv Judgelunger Tudge1lingt
iv llinger > r was ItS to hare tried the case base of ofator otator ofator
ator John H Mitchell and others In mdi Inild Inti
di ild led ed for conspiracy to defraud defraudiitd the theI t
I iitd Iitfd itf > d States in certain laud cases No Nodecision Nodrflsion NodIsion
decision yet has been n reached as to towho toho tosho
who ho will be appointed as Judge BelUn Bellingers BelUngrs BelUngrs ¬
grs successor The situation In Ore Oregon Oreg0n Oregon ¬
gon Is peculiar One senator and one onerepresentative onerepresentative onerepresentative
representative are under indictment In Invirw Inicw Ink
virw icw k w of the condition which exists it Is IsqJite IsqJite Isqlite
qJite probable that Judge William H HHunt HHunt HHunt
Hunt of the district di trict of Montana will be bedesignated betignated bedignated
designated tignated to try the land fraud cases casesif
if 1 t may ma be some time before the perma permannt pennaTlfnt periannt
nnt successor to Judge Bellinger Is Isramed 15named Iet
named t
MARSHAL REMOVED REMOVEDWas REMOVEDWu REMOVEDV3
Was Not In Sympathy With Land LandFraud LandFraud LandFraud
Fraud Prosecution ProsecutionWashington ProsecutionWashington ProsecutionWashington
Washington May IS 1SWaIter Walter F PMatthews Fftlthews FlIathews
Matthews of Portland United States Statesf StatesarshaI Statesarshal
f marshal for the district of Oregon has hasbeen haslpfn hasjPcn
been removed by order of the president presidentIt
It is understood that this action was wastaken wastakEn wastaken
taken at the instance of the govern governments governments governmerits ¬
ments attorney attorne in Oregon who it Is Issaid Isaid Issaid
said aid believed that Mr lr Matthews wasr was
r ot sufficiently In harmony with the theI tbeIosecution
I rosecution of the land fraud cases now nowbeing nowbeing nowbeing
being conducted in that state stateCharles stateCharles stateCharles
Charles J Reed Has been appointed appointedto
to succeed Mr Ir Matthews MatthewsPortland latthewsPortland MatthewsPortland
Portland Ore May Mar 13 13Charles Charles J JT5d JBI TRn
T5d Rn < 1 who was today t y appointed United UnitedSrates UnitedSates UnitedSates
Sates marshal for the district of Ore Oregon Oregn Oregcn ¬
gon to succeed Walter aIter F Matthews of ofthis orthis ofthis
this city removed Is the local agent of ofthe oft1H ofthe
the Mutual Life Insurance company of ofNew orXew ofNew
New York He has never been In poll politls pollUs pollt
t tls and beyond be ond being United States Statesjury Statesj41T StatesjAry
jury commissioner in this district has hasrf hasIf hasrc
rf v oer er field public office Mr lr Reeds ap apr apT
r intment is one that meets the hearty heartyapproval heartyapproal heartypirova1
approval of the better element of the theiy they
c iy yo y In politics o1itics Mr Reed is a Repub RepubLand Repub18n Repubj
18n j an
LandOffice Land Office Removed RemovedOregon RemovedHegon RemovedIregon
Oregon City Ore May Iay 13 13P031t1 13P031t1tMie 13Positivetoi Positive Positiverntiie
rntiie toi was received here today of the theremoval therrllwal therHnjval
removal of the United States land office officeto
to Portland July Ju y 1 A remonstrance remonstrancecontaining remonstrancecontaining remonstrancecol
containing col itaining several thousand signatures signaturest signaturesbtair signaturescbtair
t btair vl 1 from all al over the district will willlf willI
lf 1 Hfnt to Washington in a few days daysand da daysaT s smd
and aT 1 tniied rni d States Senator Fulton will willatreal wlUaIfeal willarreal
atreal direct to tho th president for the theretention therflention therLentiOn
retention o th office here hereH hereQ hereHRAL1
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H HRAL1 RAM CRONY DEAD AGED 105 105Ava 105Ava 105Ava
+ Ava N Y Mar Ma Oh 7 13 1iHlrxm 1iHlrxmCronk Hiram f 4 4Cronk fCronk
+ Cronk the only survivor of the thef thear thewar +
+ f war ar o of 1S12 181 died today t y aged lie lieJeas 1 13ears +
4 + jears +
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+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
FAMILY EAMILYONCE EAMILYONCEMOREREUJNITED ONCE ONCEMORE ONCEMORE
MORE MOREREUJNITED MOREREUJNITEDAged REUNITED REUNITEDAged
Aged Mother Welcomes Erring Nan NanPatterson Nanlattcrson NanPatterson
Patterson Home HomeBIG Eomeo ffomeB16
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BIG B16 CROWD AT THE DEPOTTHE DEPOT DEPOTCHEERS DEPOTI
CHEERS FOR THE GIRL WHO ES ESCAPED ESCAPEDTHEGALLOWS ¬
CAP CAPED CAPEDTHEGALLOWS CAPEDTHEGALLOWSwaaidjigtou ED THE GALLOWS GALLOWSWashington GAL O S SW
Washington W waaidjigtou IRbtoo May Iay 13 13an Nan Patterson Pattersonaccompanied Patters6a Pattersonaccompanied
accompanied a otnpanied by her h r father and Mr Mraud lilrbd Mrand I
and bd Mrs 1rs J Morgan oibftn Smith arrived in inWashington inVashlntton in inWashington
Washington from New York this morn morning mornIng mornJag ¬
ing and upon leaving leai the train the theparty thepart theparty
party at ence proceeded to the Patter Patterson Patterson Patterson ¬
son home on Columbia Heights a mod modest modest modest ¬
est twostory cottage cot e where they ar arrived 8rded arrived ¬
rived in time for breakfast breakfastCrowd breakfastCrowd
v vCrowd
Crowd of Curious Ones OnesA
A crowd of curicus persons awaited awaitedthe a1aitedthe awaitedthe
the arrival of the train at the Penn Pennsylvania PennSylvania ¬
sylvania depot After some minutes in inthe inthe inthe
the station the tb sleeper in which hleh were werethe 1 werethe ere erethe
the Patterson party was withdrawn to toa toapiace toaT
a apiace aT place Oft K siding The car was soon soonsurrounded soonlIurrounded soonsurroundoil
surrounded by b a a much larger crowd crowdwhich crowdhich crowdwhich
which hich as the delay deJa continued grew re in insize insize insize
size It was announced that Miss Pat Patterson Patterson Patterson ¬
terson had M not completed her toilet toiletIt toiletIt
It was just S oclock when WI1 < R Miss Pat Patterson Patterson Pattersoit ¬
terson made her appearance from the thestateroom thestat thestateroom
stateroom stat room she S e had occupied with hor horsister liorsister
I sister during the night nightJ nightI
J Crowd Cheered CheeredA
A carriage was in waiting the police policepressing policepres policepresahig
pressing pres iRg the crowd < back while all of ofthe ofthe
the party p rty entered tered the vehicle As the
door of the carriage shimmed uned the thecrowd thecrod thecrowd
crowd which Jliek h had l been bt > en silent voiced voicedIts
its approval in cheers chC > Mis Misa li Patterson Pattersoni Patte oft
was dressed dr in a costutrte cotwAe of blue with
hat to match and looked weir and re ¬
freshed fr hed by the good ood sleep Ieep she said she
had enjoyed As 8 she reached the car ar
door her h r father who was with her said
to a number of newspapermen on the theplatform thevlatform theplatform
platform platformThis platformThis
This is Nan Patterson PattersonI Patter on
hI I can only ool say sa that I Am glad to tosee toe tosee
see e you immediately responded Miss MissPatterson MissPattersffl MissPatterson
Patterson and that I am so glad to toget tol toget
get l t home
Hurried to Her Mother MotherWhen Motherhet1 MotherWhen
When het1 the carriage conveying the theparty theparty theparty
party reached the tit < corner of the street streetadjacent streetadjacent < tretI
adjacent to the Patterson residence residencethe
the impatient girl Irf could restrain herself herselfHO ber elf elf1m
I HO longer Sl Site e sprang from the vehicle vehicleand vehicleand ehitIeAnd
and ran down the block stopping to
hug and kiss her relatives as s she came cameto cameto cameto
to them on their way ay to meet her She Shehesitated Sheh Shehesitated
hesitated h itated only onl long lon < enough eno h to give a
brief greeting to each in her hurry to toreach torcaC1 toreach
reach home h me and nd mother She disap disappeared disappeared disappeared ¬
peared through the door after running runningup
up the steps with Uh outstretched out5tr tc1ied arms armsand armsand armsand
and the word on mother on her lips lipsAn 1115An lipsAn
An Old Ladys Joy JoyMr Joynr JoyMrs
Mr nr Patterson who ho was prostrated prostratedby
1 by b the th news of her daughters freedom freedomyesterday freedomYt5ten freedomyesterday
yesterday Yt5ten ay stood supported by b the arms armsOf armsof armsof
Of her husband on the front veranda verandaand yerandaand verandaand
and with ith tears of happiness glistening
in her eyes and a quiver of emotion emotionIn motionIn
In her voice said hM My daughter is with withme withme withme
me now AU my children are home I Iam Iam Iam
am so happy happyNans hapPans happyNans
Nans ans father said that although althoughmany althoughmAny althoughmany
many flattering offers of engagements engagementshad
had come to his daughter < r none of them themhad themhad themhad
had been considered and none would wouldbe wouldbe ould ouldbe
be for some time She 5 will m remain at athomo athome athome
home and take a good rest r < St after that thatshe thatI thatshe
she will ill take up the question of the thefuture thefuture thefuture
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STRIKE TRIKEpERT1P1N TRIKEpERT1P1NTeamsters CERTAIN CERTAINTeamsters CERTlrTeamsters
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PECTED PECTEDChicago PECTE PECTEChiCio I IChicago
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Chicago May Iay 18 lThe 13The The strike of the thetealnst thetealflStY3
teamstsrs tealnst rs te expected to spread rap rapIdly rapidly rapkity
Idly during tlurin the next xt week At a meet meeting meetin meetlog ¬
log in held tonight between bet wee the Teams Teamsters Teamstern reamste1S
tern Joint council which hiCh is the gay governing gO gOerning gayernin ¬
erning ernin body of the local unions of the theteamsters theteamsttIS theteamsters
teamsters and representatives of the theTeam theTeam I
Team Owners association as iation the latter latterinformed latterinformed I IInfor
informed Infor ned the representatives repres ntalhes of the thetfam thet i it
tfam t amters ters that the conditions of their theirbusiness theirbusiness j
business made it necessary n ry for them themto themto themto
to make deliveries to houses which had hadbeen hadn hadbeen
been n boycotted by b the unions un1o and that thatthey thatthey i ithey
they would do so next week heedless heedlessof
of the fact whether or not a strike strikeexisted strikeexi8 strikeexisted
existed exi8 d at such places The council councilwas councIlwas councilwas
was urged to agree to this procedure procedureand oeedure oeedureand
and avert av rt a general strike After an anextended anextended anextended
extended debate among its members membersthe
the teamsters council decided that it itwould itwould itwould
would not agree to the delivery of ofgoods orgood6 ofgoods
goods to any of the boycotted houses housesby houssby
by 30 union teamsters and that strikes strikeswould strikesouhl strikeswould
would ouhl be called whenever wheneverdischarged a a man was wasdischarged wastUschaJ1ed
discharged for refusing to deliver delivergoods delhergoods delivergoods
goods
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Compelled to Take a Stand StandAmong StandAmong StandAmong
Among the members me 1 rs ofhe of the Team TeamOwners TeamOwn
Owners Own rs Association are many of the thelargest theJargest thelargest
largest firms in the city engaged in inthe inthe inthe
the transportation business and some someof gomeof someof
of them employ several hundred team teamsters teamters teamsters ¬
sters The members memb4 > rs of the associa association 8S8OClation asoelation ¬
tion have the contracts in large 1ar meas measure measmire ¬
ure for the hauling of goods between betweenthe betweenthe betweenthe
the large business < houses in the city cityand cityand cityand
and the railroads and they have here heretofore heretofore heretofore ¬
tofore sided with the teamsters teamstersrather teamstersrather teamstersrather
rather than with the members membersof
of the Employers association They Theydecided The Thedecided Theydecided
decided last night however that they theycoukl theycould theycouhI
could no longer refuse to make de deliveries deJlveries deliveries ¬
liveries and when the th teamsters teamst rs union unionrefused unionrefused unionrefused
refused to agree to this the tb matter matterwas matterwas matterwas
was laid over for one night to be bei beplaced beplaced
i placed before the joint council of the theteamsters theteamsters theteamsters
teamsters This body bod having havi g decided deckledtonight decidedtonlgbt decidedtonight
tonight that no deliveries shall b bo ° made madeby madeb3o madeby
by union men the situation has reached reachedi
i a point where practically pract pra tIcally l811 all of the theI theteam theteam
I team owners in the city are lined up upagainst upagainst
against the teamsters union The num numbtr numbEr imumbr
btr of men now out is about 45W 45Wand 4Mand 4OOand
and It is expected expect that tit at the t strikes that thatare thatare thatare
are now sure to come next week eek will willi willmore willmore
i more than double this number n u ber It Itmeans Itmeans Itmeans
means that practically allof all of the truck truckdrivers truckrlers truckdrivers
drivers in n the he city will be on strike strikewithin strikeUhin strikewithin
within Uhin a few days da s and that deliver deliveries ¬
ies between many man houses not now noW af affected affected affeeted ¬
fected by the strike will be cut off offThere offThere
There is also great danger that the thecitys thecitys thecitys
citys supply of food may be seriously seriouslycurtailed seriouslycurtailed seriouslycurtailed
curtailed for the reason that the themembers themem themembers
members mem bers of the Team Owners associ association association association ¬
ation do the major part of the haul hauling hauling haullug ¬
ing for the commission houses in South SouthWatfr SouthWat SouthWater
Water Wat r street through which pass 8ffi the thecitys tbecitys thecitys
citys supply of fresh vegetables vegetablesThe eetab1es eetab1esTbe
The arguments in the meeting Jneft nb of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Teamsters Joint council when hen the thequestion thequestion thequestion
question of acceding or 0 denying den ing the theproposition theproposition theproposition
proposition of the Team Owners o ners as asi assoeiation associatlon
i sociation was up for settlement were wereat werent ere ereat
at times tI s heated but only on the ques question questiot1 questiomi ¬
tion of whether or not it was advis advisable advliable advisable ¬
able to call a general strike of all allthe aUthe allthe
the 35066 3 M teamsters in the city elt or al allow allow ¬
low 10 the employers to force snch sbch a con condition conflition condition ¬
dition by b insisting upon deliveries to toboycotted toboycotted toboycotted
boycotted liouses The latter plan was wasfinally wasfinally wasiually
finally decided upon and a messenger messengerwas nger ngerwas
was at once sent to inform the mem members members mmmcmbars ¬
bers of the Team Owners association associationthat a acaociationthat soelationtJ8t
that if they made deliveries deUver to houses housesemploying bou housesempoying s sempk
employing empk ing nonunion teamsters their theirmen theirmen theirmen
men would be called out at once The Theteam Theteam Theteam
team II wners had expected this reply replyand replyxoo replyand
and announced that they the were pre prepared prePAred prepared ¬
pared to accept the situation They will willcommence willcommence willcommence
commence at once to make deliveries deliverieson
on Monday and any driver who wh 00 de declines delines dorUnes ¬
clines < to take goods ootls to any place where wherehe wherehe wherehe
he is ordered to take them will HI be dis discharged dlselNtrged discharged ¬
charged immediately immediatelyMembers jmmediatfIMembers immediatelyMembers
Members of the th teamsters council councilannounced councilannouncH councilannounced
announced after their meeting mtetin that thatthey thatthey thatthey
they confidently expected e te that the thestrike thestrike thestrike
strike would ould now no spread until It in involved inohed incolvemj ¬
volved every union teamster in the thecity thecity thecity
city cityIn cityIn cityIn
In addition to refusing the requests requestsof
of the Team Owners association the theTeamsters theTeamsters theTeamsters
Teamsters Joint council tonight ton t took tookaction tooKa too4aflion
action a k > n that may ma cause a general strike strikeof strikor strikeof
of all tH tile carriage and hearse drivers driversin
in the city The Liverymens associ association association assoelation ¬
ation an organization of employers re requested requeooted requested ¬
quested the council to order the driv drivers drivers drirers ¬
ers to deliver passengers at their des destination destJfttttion desthiatioti ¬
tination instead of stopping at some somedistance somedistance i idistance
distance from a store The council re refused r4fused refused ¬
fused to do this and announced announ that thtIf thatif t t tJf
if te t liverymen did not receds re ed edm from fromtheir frQIDt fromtheir
their t ir position a general el1iral strike of all alldrivers alldriver alldrivers
drivers including hearse h drivers dtie would wouldbe wouldDe wouldbe
be called oalledThe calledThe calledThe
The Ice dealers alfrs of Chicago icho ho o have havebeen bayeen havbeesm
been een requested by b the Icemens union unionto
to grant rant an increase of i 10 a month monthtonightdecided monthloni monthtonightdecided
tonightdecided loni hldeclded to refuse the th demand demandThey d demandThey mnd mndThey
They have offered to pay the same samewages sameagts samewages
wages agts as heretofore and make an anagreement anagreement n na
agreement a nt for or two years ear3 A strike Is Isexpected ise Isexpected
expected expectedPREFERRED e expectedPREFERRED ted tedPREFERRED
PREFERRED DEATH DEATHTO DEATHTO
TO 9 DEPORTATION DEPORTATIONSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldHailey HeraldHally HeraldHalley
Halley Ida May lay 1 11A A Chinaman Chinamannamed Chinamannamed Chinamannamed
named Lou I Don w ws arrested here hereyesterday Mreytit hereyesterday
yesterday ytit nia by Chinese Chin Inspector McPar McPartemd 1JcFalJanel MeParland
land for not being beln able to JlrodU produce < e a acertificate acertificate acertificate
certificate entitling eoUtUn him to remain in intiie inUle Inthe
the United States He was as lodged in intl Inthe hithe
tl the e county jail and last night be com committed committed cornumitted ¬
mitted suicide by hanging himself him etf In Inhis Inhl1 inhis
his cell < ell with a bed cord fastened to the theceiling tooceilll theceilbig
ceiling ceilll of the cell II He was as net discov discovered c1lseoered discoceyed ¬
ered until this morning Fear F r of being beingdeported betngdeported beingdeported
deported probably prompted hInt to totake totake totake
take his own life lifeMURDER lifeMURDER
CQI CQIMURDER
MURDER CASES DISMISSED DISMISSEDCripple DISMISSEDCripple DISMISSEDCripple
+ Cripple Creek Colo 010 May Iay 13 1 1District 4 f fDistrict
4 District Attorney C C Hanilin Ha > > dfn to today today +
+ 4 day dismissed the cases on the thecriminal thecriminal thecriminal +
+ + criminal docket against a inst leaders lendersand 4 4and f ff
+ f and members of the WesternFe WesternFeeration Western Fed Fedoration + +
4 + oration of Mln 311nezs nnersc rs charged with re ref l l8PoosC responsibility +
+ f sponsibilKy 8PoosC lllty for and parttelpatfem puUeJpatloRIn + f
+ 4 in the Victor riot of June 6 1 1 14 14The 4 4f >
4 f The murder case against a inst James A AWarford + f
4 + W7arfo Warfoni and Tom Brown who ho hot + f ff
4 f shot t and killed Chris Miller X ler and andf AndIke andIke +
+ f Ike Lebo at Go4dfteld ou election eJect ion iontUt 4 4i + f
+ day tUt i last November was also dis dismtssetl 4 4missed +
+ missed mtssetlTHREE 4 f ff
+ f 4 4THREE t tTHREE
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
THREE WORKMEN KILLED KILLEDFlorence KILLEDlilore KILLEDFlorence
Florence lilore e Cole May 13 13Tbc Tbc heavy heavyroof heayroof heavyroof
roof of the kiln room of the I Portland Portlandcement Portlandcement > ort1andement
cement works caved In today killing killingReuben knUn knUnReuhen killingReuben
Reuben Boyliss Grove Miller and andSeorge andleo andGeorge
George leo e Leonard workmen workmenEXCURSIONS workmenEXCURSIONS
4 4EXCURSIONS
EXCURSIONS EAST EASTVia
Via Oregon Short Line LineSalt Ln Ln51lit LineSalt
Salt 51lit Lake to Chicago and return 544M 544MSalt 344iSalt H
Salt Lake to St Louis and return 98M 98MSnlt 31 31S 3iISalt
Salt S Jt Lake to St Paul or Minneap Minneapolis 3tinnea7oils Umle J ¬
oils and 00 return n 4190 41DOSalt 4190Sail 4190Salt
Salt Lake to Omaha or orcity Kansas KansasCJty KaUMSCity
City and return returnSalt u ito SStOSalt itoStilt
Salt Lake to Denver andreturn an4ret m 3900 3900Correspondingly ttoCorr 0 0Correspondingly
Correspondingly Corr spondtnglY low rataa t to many manyother manyother manyother
other points pointsTickets JMthltsTickets pointsTickets
Tickets on sale May 27 1 aad ad 59 9 and andJune aBdJue andJune
June 3 5 itlt 16 and 12 1 good for return returnuntil returnuntil returnuntil
until Sept 15 s4S st S4sgepts gents for further furtherMain fultberptlrtieular furtherpsrtleulars
ptlrtieular Cit CitP1dkeC TIdket earM 211 211Main 1 1Iln
Main street
DEATH CAUSED CAUSEDBY CAUSEDBY
BY SOME DRUG DRUGContinued DRUGContinued DRUGContinued
Continued from Page 1 1toclaEBBia 1toila 1teaaLjld
toclaEBBia toila d particular attention to this thisphase thisph thisphse
phase ph s sendeavor wan m an endeavor to determine determinewhether detehplnewhether detgiminewhether
whether or not CroKer had died from frompoison frompoi frompoiesn
poison poi ft or from m the effects of being boiwgdrugged boiftgdrugged beingdrugged
drugged druggedCH druggedH
CH C H NorthfosK the theultdertaker undertaker whoprepared whoprepared who whoprepared
prepared the body of Croker testified testifiedthat testifiedthat testIedthat
that he found no bruises and 85 s far as ashe ashe aslie
he knew me1 there were no traces of poison poisoning poiaonlng poisonIng ¬
ing ingtrain lngOther
Other memhers memnbersq qtthe the train crew t tea teatitled I
titled again 116 toseefll t seeing Crokcr on the thetrain thetrain
train between betc n Kansas Kan a9 City and New Newton Newton
ton but nothing Bothln new ne was a8 elicited from fromthem fromthem rom
them themLater themLater themLater
Later in talking with ith the Associated AssociatedPress j
Press over the long distance telephone telephonethe
the coroner at Newton gave Ye it as his hisopinion hisopinion hisopinion
opinion that Croker had been drugged druggedRichard dru druggedRichard ged gedRieh
Richard Rieh rd Croker jr Is expected to toarrive toarrive toarrive
arrive at Newton on Sunday night The Thebody Thebody Thebody
body will be held until his arrival arrivalWHISKY arrhalWHISKY arrivalWHISKY
WHISKY AND OPIUM OPIUMCause OPIUMCause OPIUMCause
Cause of the Death as Sized Up at atKansas atKansas
Kansas City CtyKansas CityKansas I
Kansas City Clt Mo May 13 nThe The death deathof 1 1of
of Herbert V Croker on a train be between between ¬
tween Kansas City andNewton and Newton Kan Kanyesterday Kanesterday Kanyesterday
yesterday was due to over indulgence indulgencein
in whisky whisk and opium according to toCfiTef toClUe todnref
ClUe of Police Hayes Ha es of this city elt who whomade whomade whomade
made this statement today tOOa after mak making making maltlag ¬
ing a thorough investigation n of the thejwung theyounJ themung
jwung mung New Yorkersmovements Yorkers movements here hereon hereon hereon
on Thursday ThursdayAs
As a result of the work of the detec detectives detectiv detectives ¬
tives tiv > 5 here since yesterday C5terda Charles CharlesWilson CharlesWilson CharlesWilson
Wilson the negro hotel porter who whoplaced whopJa whoplaced
placed pJa < e Croker on the southbound southboundSanta southboundSanta southboundSanta
Santa Fe train on which he died Ah AhLee AhL AhLee
Lee L > e a Chinaman who ho sold Croker Crokeropium Crokeropium Crokeropium
opium at his place in the north end endand endand endamid
and Ah Chee a Chinese Inmate of ofLees ofLees ofLees
Lees place are under und r arrest arrestThe arrestThe arrestThe
The stories of all three told to the thepolice thepolice
police today were the same to the theeffect theeffect theeffect
effect that Croker had gone to the theChinamans theCisinaman theChinamans
Chinamans place of his own free will willto willto witto
to smoke opium opiumLee opiumLee opiumLee
Lee told the police that he had given givenCroker ghenCroker givenCroker
Croker five opium pills and that the thelatter thelatter thelatter
latter had smoked three of these the e Chee Cheetold Cheetold Cheetold
told the same story Wilson declared declaredthat declaredthat declaredthat
that his only onl connection with the case casewas casewas casewas
was in piloting Croker at the New NewYorkers NewYorkers NewYorkers
Yorkers request to the opium den to toseveral toseveral toseveral
several saloons and to the railway railwaystation Tailwaystation railwaystation
station Chief Hayes says sa 9 he believes believesthe believesthe believesthe
the story told by Wilson to be true and andthat andthat andthat
that he is confident that neither the thenegro theI thenegro
I negro porter nor the two Chinese are arecriminally arecriminally
criminally responsible for Crokers CrokersI Crokersdeath Crokersdeath
I death
WORE CHEAP CLOTHING CLOTHINGYoung CLOTHINGYoung CLOTHINGYoung
Young Croker Had Evidently Been BeenTraveling BeenTraveling BeenTraveling
Traveling Fast FastNewton FastNcton FastNewton
Newton Kan May 33 J3Ehe The authori authorities auUorities autborities ¬
ties here are convinced that Herbert HerbertCroker HerbertCroker HerbertCroker
Croker was drugged and robbed at atKansas atKansa9 atKansas
Kansas City The clothing he wore woreevidently woreevidentl woreevidently
evidently was not his own being of ofcheap orcheap ofcheap
cheap material and sadly soiled The Thehat Thehat Thehat
hat that he wore had on It initials initialsother initialsother Initialsother
other t Ulan an his own and bore the trade trademark trademark trademark
mark of a Minneapolis Minn firm firmHis firmHis firmHis
His own clothing evidently had been beenstolen beenstolen beenstolen
stolen and other garments given him himPhysicians himPhysicians himPhysicians
Physicians say that from the symptoms symptomsCroker symptqm9Croker symptqmsCroker
Croker might have died from opium opiumpoisoning opl1mpoisoning opflmm opflmmpoisoning
poisoning though they th are not sure surethat surethat surethat
that this was the drug used They Theyagree Theyagree Theyagree
agree however with the coroner that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the man had been drugged and that thatthis thatthis thatthis
this caused his death deathNO deathNO deathNO
NO WORD FROM THE FATHER FATHERFormer FATHERFormer FATHERFormer
Former Tammany Leader Probably ProbablyGreatly ProbablyGreatly ProbablyGrcatly
Greatly Shocked ShockedNew Shockedf ShockedNew
New f > W York May M n lNo No word had hadbeen hadI hadibeen
been received at the Croker home here heretoday heretoday heretoday
today either from Richard Croker who whohad wjmohad po pohad
I had been cabled of his sons sudden suddendeath sudd suddndeath n ndeath
death or from Richard Croker jr who whostarted whostarted whostarted
started west w t yesterday when news of ofhis ofhis ofhis
his brothers broth rs death was received r ehed While Whileit Vhileit
it is not yet known whether the former formerTammany formfrTammany formerTammnany
Tammany leader will decide ded e to come comehere comehere cainehere
here to attend the funeral intimate intimatefriends Intimatefriends intImatefriends
friends of the family are almost unani unanimously unanimously unanimously ¬
mously opposed to su s su1t h a course cour They Theysay The Thesay Theysay
say that the last voyagev voyage made less lessthan lessthan
than three months ago toattend to attend the thefuneral thefuneral thefuneral
funeral of his son Frank Fr nk was a severe severestrain severestralh
I strain on Mr r Crokers strength and andthey andthe andthey
they the fear the result of another ordeal ordealIt
I It Is their desire that Mr Ir Croker de defer defer defer ¬
fer his coming comjn until September when whenthe whenthe whenthe
the family mausoleum in the Cavry Cavrycemeywy eafiryceme Cavsflrycemetjry
cemeywy ceme now under construction will willbe willbe willbe
be completed completedGIRL completEdGIRL completedGIRL
GIRL IN THE CASE CASEYoung CASEYoung CASEYoung
Young Croker Was to Have Been BeenMarried BeenMarri BeenMarried
Married Marri d in Two Weeks WeeksNew WeekseW WeeksNew
New eW York May IS 13Ilss Miss Toinette ToinetteHorton ToinetteHorton ToinetteHorton
Horton of Horton N Y from whom whoma
a letter is awaiting Herbert Croker at atP101
161 ranch in Oklahoma said today todaythat todaythat todaythat
that she was engaged to young Croker Crokerand
and that they the had planned to be mar married ¬
ned in Oklahoma in n two weeks w k As Assoon
soon as the young oun man could make ar arrangements arranement ¬
rangements for the th marriage < after ar arriving arrivlng r rrivin ¬
riving rivin at the ranch Mss xn Horton said saidshe saidshe saidshe
she and nd her mother had planned to go gothere gotht gothere
there tht > rt > Miss Iiss Horton added that she he did didnot didnot didnot
not believe that Mrs Croker the young youngmans youngmans youngmans
mans mother approved of the engage engagement elgagement engagemont ¬
ment but she did not think Mr 1 Croker Crokerhad rrokerhad Crokerhad
had started for Oklahoma as a part of ofa ofa ofa
a plan to prevent the marriage marriageHeart marriageHeart marriageHeart
Heart Not Affected AffectedDublin AffeetedJub1in AffectedTDublfn
Dublin May Iu 13 lRichard Richard Croker does doesnot doeJt doesiQt
not iQt t Intend to go to the 1Jnit United States Statesfor Statesfor Statesfor
for the funeral of his son Herbert HerbertMr Herbertr HerbertMr
Mr r Croker said he had no reason reasonsuspect tO josuspect tOsuspect
suspect foul play pIa as Herberts heart hearthad he hettrthad rt rthad
had been b n affected for five years Her Herbert Herbert Herbert ¬
bert was k making the trip west for his hishealth 11fthealth hishealth
health Mr lr Croker said and he wag wagconvinced 1aseODlnced wasconvinced
convinced that his son had died a nat natural natural natural ¬
ural death deathThe deft deathThe tho thoTbe
The shock occasioned by b his sons sonsdeath sonsdeath sonsdeath
death has deeply eepl affected Mr Ir Croker CrokerAt CrokerAt CrokerAt
At Mothers Request RequestSt
St Louis May fa 13 13Zach Zach Mulhali who whohad whohRd whohad
had given a letter of introduction to toHerbert toHerbert toHerbert
Herbert V Croker to take with him to tothe tothe tothe
the ranch at Bliss said today that thatyoung thatyoung thatyoung
young Croker came west at the re request reqUe request ¬
quest qUe t of o Mrs Irs Croker his mother who whohe whOhe whOhe
he said thought a visit on the ranch ranchwould rancht rancjwQuld
would wQuld t ld benefit his hI health Mrs trs Croker CrokerhaYi Crok CrokerlitJ r rJ1
haYi J1 consulted with Mr 11 Mulhali ulhall before beforetheyoung beforethe beforetheyoung
theyoung the oung man started from New Ne York YorkWORTH Yorka YorkWORTH YorkWORTH
a
WORTH CONSIDERING CONSIDERINGBell
Bell had the cream of the business businessbefore buslnpssbefore businessbefore
before we began Bell and Boston en enjoyed enI enjoyed ¬
joyed it Salt Lake didnt Thats why whywe whywe whywe
we began beganBell beganBell beganBell
I Bell residence rate was 80 0 then then48 then48now tlien4Snow 48 48now
now S36 3G Why Vh do o you think thinkOur thinkOur thinkOur
Our new directory director will contain 1100 1100new 1100ne 1100new
new ne names Are you ou in it Individual Individuallines Individuallnes Individuallines
lines unlimited serviae servi with nil th thper the theprhlleges theprivieges
prhlleges of our Infotnmtion only onlyver 3 3per
per month monthUtah monthUtab i iUtah
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PORTLAND EXCURSIONS EXCURSIONSVia Ex uRSIONS uRSIONSVia
Via Oregon Short Line LineSalt LineSnIt LIneSalt
Salt Lake to Portland and return returndirect returndirect returndirect
direct directSaItLake 5S150 5S150Salt 3150Salt
Salt SaItLake Lake to Portland and return returnone returnone returnone
one way via San Francisco 45ff 45ffSalt 4 45 45Salt f fSalt
Salt Lake to Portland and return returnone returnone returnone
one way ay via 111 Los Angeles mngelesTickets 5030 5030Tickets O OTickets
Tickets to Portland and return di direct dfI direel ¬
reel on sale daily from May Iay 24 to Sept Sept3f
I 39 Inclusive Tfckets reading one way wayvia wayvia
via Ia San Francisco or Los Angeles on onsale onsale onsale
sale May lay 24 25 2 26 30 and 31 All tick tickets tickets ticketa ¬
ets good for stopovers are limited to toninety tontnet1 toninety
ninety days da s from date of sale Addf Addftlonal Addftlonal Addftional
tlonal selling dates for tickets via viaFrancisco Saji SajiFrancisco 5lmFrancisco
Francisco or or Los Angeles quoted later laterCity laterCity laterCity
City Ticket Office 201 Main street streetHealth streetHealth streetHealth
Health Is wealth Eat Royal Bread
GRAFTING GANG GANGIS GA GANGIs G GIS
IS BROKEN UP UPPolice UPPolice UPPolice
Police Make Pour Arrests ArrestsOne One Is an anOld anOld anOld
Old Hand HandVICTIM HandVICTIM ifandVICTIM
VICTIM IDENTIFIES IDENTIFI S HANEY HANEYTWO HANEYI HANEYTWO
1 1TWO I
TWO BUNCO BUJ4CO MEN CAUGHT AFT AFTER AFTER AFTER ¬
ER LIVELY Y CHASE CHASEThe CHASEThe CHASEThe
The organized gang of grafters which whichhas wblchh85 whichhas
has infested Jllre9t Salt Lake for the past p st ten tendays tendays tendays
days was practically broken up yes yesterday yestwda yestarday ¬
terday twda when four more members of the thegaits thegang thegaTh
gaits gaTh were arrested by Police Officers OfficersBdward Offiee OffieeEdward Officersldvard
Edward Davies and Charles Sperry SperryThis SpemThis SperryThis
This makes six arrests within Ithin the last lastthree lastthree lastthree
three days da s and the police authorities authoritiesbelieve authorlUesbelfeyc authoritiesheiive
believe that the rest r < S of the gang left leftSalt leftSKit leftSalt
Salt Lake last night ni hL J W V Haney HaneyCharles HaneCharles HaneyCharles
Charles Carlisle Samuel Hall and Hen Henry HenIT ¬
ry 1 Higgins were the men arrested yes yesterday yesterday es esterda3o ¬
terday Later in the afternoon their theirroom theirroom theirroom
room on West South Temple street str et was waslocated was10Mted waslocated
located and several decks of marked markedcards markedcards markedcards
cards dice and catch locks were found foundJ
J W V Haney and Charles Carlisle Carlislewere Carlislewere Carlislewere
were arrested on the tabernacle tabernaclegrounds tabernaclerounds tabernaclegrounds
grounds rounds while trying to flirt with a astranger astranger astranger
stranger Officers Davies and Sperry Sperryj Sperrywatched Sperrywatched
j watched them until their attempt attemptproved attemJtprocdfutlle attemptproved
proved procdfutlle futile and then brought them to tothe tothe tothe
the police station The deputy sheriffs sheriffsbadge si1erUrsbadge sheriffsbadge
badge which was flashed on their vic victims victIms victhus ¬
tims was found on Haneys person personi personGrafter personGrafter
i Grafter Identified IdentifiedL
L H Simms of De Lamar Nev Ne was wassent wassent wassent
sent for and Identified Haney Hane as the theman theman themann
man to whom he gave 510 10 as a bribe bribeMr bribeIr bribeMr
Mr Ir Simms was caught the day before lforeand heforeand beforeand
and he says Haney flashed the badge badgeon badgeonhim on onhim onhim
him and put him under arrest Ha also alsosays al alsa alsosays
says sa s that Carlisle is the man who pro proposed propoeed proposed ¬
posed to bribe the officer and slip slipping slipping slipping ¬
ping him 10 each they were released releasedWhen releasedWh releasedWhn
When Wh n Haney Haneyvas was searched a roll of ofgreenbacks ofgreenbacks ofgreenbacks
greenbacks amounting to 3171 171 was wasfound wasfound wasfound
found in his coat sleeve Carlisle Carn le had hadbut hAdut275 hadbut75
but ut275 275 Their ball was fixed at 259 259and 251and Z t tand
and Mr lr Simms wil remain here to pros prosecute prosecue prosceute ¬
ecute ecue them themAn themAn themAn
An hour later Officers Davies and andSperry andSperry andSperry
Sperry caught Samuel Hall and Henry HenryHiggins Henr HenrHiggins HenryHiggins
Higgins leading a stranger to the tab tabernacle tahernacle tabernacle ¬
ernacle When the men discovered they theywere theywere theyvere
were being followed they tried to make maketheir maketheir maketheIr
their escape escapeCaught eSC8FJeCaught escaeCaught
Caught After Chase ChaseBoth ChaseBoth ChaseBoth
Both men started down North Temple Templeand TeR1pleand Templeand
and entered an alley aIle just back of John JohnSilvers JohnSihers JohnSilvers
Silvers iron foundry foundr Hall was dis disappearing disappearing l lappearing
appearing over a tenfoot board fence fencewhen feRcehen fenceWhen
when hen Officer Sperry nabbed him Hig HigXins Hi Higins Higgins
gins made a break In another direction directionbut directionbut directionbut
but was nailed by b Officer Sperry The Thestranger Tbestranger Thestranger
stranger was also held as a witness at atthe atthe atthe
the police station and gave the th < name nameof nameor nameof
of J L Abemathey of New York City CityHe CIt CItHe CityHe
He told the police he made Halls ac acquaintance acquaintance acquaintance ¬
quaintance on the street and that he hevolunteered hevolunteer hevolunteered
volunteered d to take him to the Warm WarmSprings WarmSprings VarmSprings
Springs Hall made some excuse he hesaid heI hesaId
said to seS se a friend and asked him to togo togo togo
I go with him When they reached reachedNorth reachedNorth reachedNorth
North Temple and West Temple Templestreets TempleI Templestreets
streets they met rii t Higgins Higgins then theninduced thenInduced theninduced
I induced them to go with him While Whilethey Whilethey hne hnethey
they were standing there Hall caught caughtsight caughtsight caughtsight
sight of Officers Davies and an Sperry Sperrywho Sperrywho Sperrywho
who had been following them themJohn themJohn themJohn
John Johnson John on another victim ap appeared appcared appeared
peared at the police station and identi identified identifled ¬
tied Hall as the man who tried to get gethis gethis gethis
his signature carboned onto a blank blankcheck blankcheck blunkcheck
check Higgins is supposed to be a anew aI
I new member of the gang and is an anelderly anelder anI
I elderly elder I man He wears a Van Dyke Dykebeard Dykeard Dykebeard
beard ard and the officers believed yester yesterday yesteras yesterdny ¬
day was as the first time he tried his hand handHall handHall handHail
Hall in Rogues Gallery GallerySamuel GallerySamuel GallerySamuel
Samuel Halls photograph was as found foundlast foundnight foundlast
last night in the rogues gallery at the thepolice thepolice thepollee
police station He was as in Salt Lake LakeCity LakeClt3 LakeCity
City two years 3 ars ago with a gang of ofbunco ofbunco ofbunco
bunco men prd was arrested Al Althat AitlHtt Althat
that time tim he heent went under the name of ofJim ofJim ofJlm
Jim Meyers Spme S me of his friends fur furnished furnished furDished ¬
nished him 3100 tOO bail and he left town townIt townIt townIt
It was believed at first by b the police policeBilly policethat policethat
that Charles Chapman and his partner partnerBilly
Billy Chessman who ho are known here herewere herewere
were ° members of the th < gang hut they theywere the theere theyI
I were ere unable tor tolocate locate them themComplaints themI themComplaints
Complaints will be filed tomorrow tomorrowagainst tomorrowagainst tomorrowagainst
I against them for obtaining money un under under nodem ¬
der false pretenses Haney will also alsobe alsobe alsobe
be arraigned Rrr 1igt1 for impersonating 2 peace peaceofficer peaceofficer peaceofficer
officer officerDENVERITES officerDENVERITESGRATEFUL
eo eoDENVERITES
DENVERITES DENVERITESGRATEFUL DENVERITESGRATEFULDebaters GRATEFUL GRATEFULDebaters GRATEFULI
I
Debaters Pleased at Treatment Ac Accorded Accorded Accorded ¬
corded Them by U of U UBefore UBefore UBefore
Before leaving for Denver last night nightWayne nightVayne nightWayne
Wayne C Williams illiams J Paul Lee and andC andC andC
C C A Bassell Ba9S lI the University of Den Denver Denver Denver ¬
ver debaters victorious in Friday Fridaynights Fridaynights Fridaynights
nights meet expressed expresse their grati gratitude gratitudE gmnttude ¬
tude > to the U of U students for the thefair thffair th thfair
fair treatment given them during their theirstay theirsta theirstay
stay sta The Coloradosns C010rtido ns were i pertlcu pertlculaxly artkni artknilarly rticularl
laxly larl impressed with the Im impartial imjiirtiHlIplrlt impartialspirit rUa rUaspirit
spirit exhibited in the local students studentsyells studentsyells studentsyelIs
yells These were wt > re given Iwn for the theDenverites theDenerites theDenverites
Denverites ts well as the home speak speakers 5pettker speakers ¬
ers er each ca h of the visitors receiving reeiin nine ninerahs ninerabs ninerabs
rabs as did each of the U of U de debater debater debaterr ¬
bater baterHoward baterHowan baterrHoward
Howard Harold H ro1 < 1 rendered two twosplen twosplendid splen splendid ¬
did baritone solos before Friday FrirJg nights nightsdebate nightsdebate nightsdebate
debate This fart by b omispion did not notappear 1otappear riotappear
appear in yesterdays account of the thedebate thedebate thedebate
debate debateTRANSPORT debateTRA debateTRANSPORT
TRANSPORT TRA JSPORT STRANDED STRANDEDBuford
Buford Went on Coral Cor l Reef at Full FullSpeed FullSpeed FullSpeed
Speed SpeedWashington Speedal5hlngton SpeedWashington
Washington May lay 13 13Gcnera General Cor Corliin Cordn Cotbin
bin at Manila has cabled the following followingaccount followingaccouQt followingaccount I
account of the stranding of the army armytransport annytransport amnytransport
transport Buford BufordColonel BufordColonel BufordColoneI
Colonel Philip Reads reported BM BMford BuCord Baford
ford with part of Nineteenth regiment regimentUnited regimentUnited regimentUnited
United States infantry InCantr on board run running running runfling ¬
ning at full speed struck coral reef reeffour reeffour reeffour
four mites from Malabang Navy has haslent haslent haslent
lent assistance but at latest accounts accountsBuford accountsBuford accountsBuford
Buford had not been gotten otten off Re Reported Repottod Reported ¬
ported no leakage and condition not notprecarious notprecarioug notprecarIous
precarious unless storm sets in of ofwhich otwhich ofwhich
which there are no signs Transport TransportThomas TransportThomas TransportThomas
Thomas leaves lea yes today to give assistance assistanceand
and bring up TxventyUiird regiment regimentUnited resimentUnited regimentUnited
United States infantry which was to toxome tocOme tocome
cOme on Buford Cable communication communicationwith
with Mindanao very ver v ° ry uncertain Thomas Thomaswill Thomaswill Thomaswill
will be necessarily delayed several days dayson dayson dayson
on her voyage vo age Will hasten hasttll her de departure departure depamlure ¬
parture in every possible way under the thecircumstances thecircumstances thecircumstances
circumstances circumstancesDANAGES circumstancesDAMAGES circumstancesDAMAGES
= a
DAMAGES OF OF14I000 14000 FOR FORBREACH FORBREACH FORBREACHOF
BREACH BREACHOF OF PROMISE PROMISEPittsburg PROMISEPlttsburg PROMISEPlttsburg
Plttsburg May Ia IS 1 13Miss Miss Iiss Edith Isa Isabella Isabella Isabeila ¬
bella Gibney of St Louis was today todayawarded todayawadcd todayawaeded
awarded 5HOOO In a 550000 damage suit suitfor 25Uftwr suitfor
for broachofpromise br against Klaus I ous J JStehier Jstetner JSteiner
Steiner the son of o Gottlieb A Steiner Steinera SteInerwealthy
a wealthy iron manufacturer of Alle Allegheny Alfegheny Allegheny ¬
gheny ghenyImmediately ghenyImmediateb ghenyImmediately
Immediately following the announce announccment announcement announcenLent
ment of the verdict the defendants at attorneys attorne attorneys
torneys torne s moved for a new nc trial trialI trialA trialA
I A 50000 damage suit against the thef thefamily
1 family f mny of the defendant for forconplracy forconplracyWas conspiracy conspiracywas
was nonsuited at the request of the thei thepl theplttlntlffs
i plaintiffs pl lntlfCs counsel counselPOSTAL counselPOSTAL
87 87POSTAL
POSTAL CHANGES CHANGESSpecial CHANGESSpeCioJ CHANGESSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldWashington lIeraldWashiJigton HeraldWasiitpgton
Washington May lay 13 13A A postoffice has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been established est bUshed at Ross R ss Lake Koote Kootena
na n county counto Ida with L P Hyde as aspostmaster nspostmaster aspostmaster
postmaster Mary Iary C Williams has been beenappointed beenapR beenappdlnted
appointed apR infed postmaster at Teagdale TeagdaleWayne TeasdaleW Ten dale daleWkne
Wayne W yne county tOun Utah vice George Cole Colei CoIemiln Coleumthm
i man resigned
CITY IS FILLED FILLEDWITH FILLEDAJITH FILLEDWITH
WITH MINISTERSCumberland MINISTERS
crand Presbyterians Pres yterians on Their TheirWay TheirWay TheirWay
Way to the Coast See Zion ZipnBIG ZionBIG ZionBIG
BIG RALLY RA Y ON FOR TONIGHT TONIGHTON TONIGHON
ON THE WAY TO TOATTEND ATTEND AN IM IMPORTANT 1MPORT IMPORTANT ¬
PORTANT PORT ANT CONVENTION CONVENTIONA CONVENTIONtrain
A train load of Cumberland Cumberl nd Presby Presbyterian Presbjterian Presbyterian ¬
terian ministers and elders numbering numberingwith numbering1Uh numberingwith
with their wives s sons and daughters daughtersnearly daubhtersDearly daughtersnearly
nearly three hundred porsons arrived arrivedin
in Salt Lake yesterday afternoon on ontheir ontheir ontheir
their way wa to the national Conferencehlch conference conferencewhich conferencewhich
which hlch is to be held at Fresno Cal be beginning beinnln beginning ¬
ginning innln My Iay IS and to continue for forseveral foreend forseveral
several days daysIn datiIn daysIn
In the party were representative representativemembers reprcsentatiyemembers representativemembers
members of Presbytery from Texas TexasKentucky TeCasKentuchy TexasKentucky
Kentucky and Arkansas They The were weremet weremet weremet
met at the Rio Grande Western de depot depot dopot ¬
pot by Rev Dr William M Paden Padenpastor Padenpastor Padenpastor
pastor of o the First Presbyterian Presbyterianchurch Presbyterianchurch Presbyterianchurch
church who 00 delivered a brief address addressof
of welcome during the course of which whichwelcome whlehwelcome whichWelcome
welcome during the course of which whichhe whichhe whIchhe
he said it was a real pleasure to ex extend extend cxtend ¬
tend the hospitality of the city to such sucha sucha
a distinguished and representative body bodyof bodyor bodyof
of men and women womenThe womenThe womenThe
The street railway roilwa had provided half halfa
a dozen cars for the visitors and in a afew afew afew
few moments they the were on a sight sightseeing sightseeing Iht Ihtetnt ¬
seeing etnt trip through the principal principalstreets princlDaIst princi al alstreets
streets st ts of Salt Lake Later a number numberof
of them went to Saltair while < others otherswent oUtersyent otherswent I
went to the homes of many man leading
Salt Lakers where they the spent the theevening theevening
evening eveningTheir cemgTheir eveningTheir I
Their train consisting of six Pull Pullinan PnJlJ3 Thmllrsan
inan J3 cars and one baggage ggage car was wassidetracked wassidetracked wassidetracked
sidetracked at the Rio Grande depot depotand depotnd depotand
and nd was later shunted down the yard yardThe yardThe ard ardThe
The majority of the visitors slept in inthe inthe inthe
the cars last night while a few went wentto wentto wentto
to the homes of friends In the city This Thismorning Thisnwrnlng Thismorning
morning they the will attend services at atthe atthe attime
the various churches in the city cit in intlie iiitime i ithe
the afternoon the majority will go to tothe tothe tothe
the tabernacle and in the evening all allwill aUwill allwill
will attend a rally at the First Pres Presbyterian Presbterian Presbytrian ¬
byterian church returning later to totheir totheir totheir
their train which Is scheduled to leave leavehere leavehere leavehere
here shortly shortJ after midnight going to toFresno toFr toFresno
Fresno Fr no by b way of Ogden It Is just justpossible justpossible justpossible
possible that a stop of a a few hours hourswill hourswill hoursnill
will be made at the latter city in or order ortkr ormier ¬
der to let the delegates have an oppor opportunity opportunit opportunity ¬
tunity tunit of seeing setin bow thriving a city cityOgden dt dtOtden cityOgden
Ogden can be when it wants to be beAltogether beAIt beAltogether
Altogether AIt ether four special trains from fromthe fromthe frontthe
the east are conveying delegates to tothe tothe tothe
the conference at Fresno One train trainIs trainis
Is going ng over the Santa Fe another is isproceeding isprOtee isproceeding
proceeding prOtee ing by way of Fort Worth Worththrough Worththrough orth orththrough
through Texas New Mexico and Ari Arizona Arizona Anzona ¬
zona by way of the Southern Pacific Pacificrailroad Paciticrailroad Pacificrailroad
railroad and the third will go direct directthrough directthrough directthrough
through from Chicago over the Bur Burlington Burlington BurIington ¬
lington and Union Pacific lines linesThe linesThe hinesThe
The train which arrived here yester yesterday yesterday ester esterday ¬
day is the vanguard and started suffi sufficiently sufficienUr sufficiently ¬
ciently ahead to enable the delegates delegatesto
to do a little sightseeing on the way wayIt wayIt wayit
It Is not unlikely unlik b that the others after afterthey afterthey afterthey
they hear the stories told by b the pres present present prosent ¬
ent delegates will arrange to stop over overin overIn overin
in Salt Lake on their way back to their theireastern theireastern theireastern
eastern homes homesLEADERS homesLEADERS homesa homesLEADERS a
LEADERS ARE AT WORK WORKMen
Men Who Will Take Charge of Y H HC MC HC
C A Classes Receive First FirstInstructions FirstInstrnctions PfrstInstructions
Instructions InstructionsTh
Th The first class work done in the new newT newY
T 1 M C A gymnasium was last even evening evening eviins ¬
ing when Physical Director Burtner Burtnergave Burtnergave Burtnergave
gave his class leaders lea ers instructions instructionsThe instructionsThe
The Y ai 1 C A will have three thr e die dietinct distinct dietinet
tinct class leaders to take chargeof the thedifferent thedifferent thedifferent
different classes in the gymnasium gymnasiumThere gymnasiumThere gymnasiumThere
There will be the senior leaders the thestudent thestudent thestudent
student leaders and the evening inter intermediate inttrme Intermediate ¬
mediate me ate leaders numbering about abouteight abouteight abouteight
eight each These leaders will carry carryout carryout carryout
out the directions dir tions of Mr lr Burtner in inall inaU inall
all class work workLast workLa8t workLast
Last evening was the first work done doneby doneby doneby
by any of them in the gym and from fromnow fromnow fromnow
now until the first of the month when whenthe wbenthe whenthe
the opening of the gmnasium will take takeplace takepJac takeplace
place < thes leaders will receive their theirinstructions theirInstructions theirInstructions
instructions three times a week weekThe weekTbe weekThe
The gymnasium is practically com competed compIeted cornpleted ¬
peted pIeted with the exception of the run running running running ¬
ning track and is now open to visitor visitorA visitorftA
A new folding surgeons table the gift giftof giftot giftof
of Dr W F Beers has just been re received rece received ¬
ceived ce ed and will be used in connection connectionwith connectionwith connectionwith
with the examination department departmentLOUIS departmentLOUIS departmentLOUIS
LOUIS LONG MATCHED MATCHEDTO MATCHEDTO
TO MEET MEETDICK DICK HYLAND HYLANDThe
The Miners Athletic club of Grass val valley vatley al alH ¬
ley H > Y has secured a boxing match for May Mayin Tay Tayin
27 in lAmb Long LOti who knocked out Jack JacnCofdell Ja JaCotdell JackCofflell
Cofdell at MHrysville last monthand monthandFighting month and andFlghting andFlgIvting
Fighting Dick Hyland H JAnd the S San m Fran Francisco f4 Francisco aJ1 aJ1cisco ¬
cisco lad who fought fOIl ht Frankie Xeil for the thecoast thecoast thecoast
coast championship These lads a M are e to tomeet tf tfmeel tomeet
meet in a twentyround contest for a apurs apu apurse
purse pu of 3mti 739 I and a side idt bet of 5509 0O the thewinner th thWin thewarner
winner Win er taking the entire amount Long Longand Longand Longand
and Hyland are In good OOO condition and andpremise andprcmise andpremise
premise te put llIt up the warmest fight ever everseen everSeI everseen
seen in Grass valley v lI Much interest is iscentered iscentered iscentered
centered in the match all along the coast coastand coLand coastand
and the fight has already alread excited much muchspeculation muchspeculation muchspeculation
speculation with Long a warm favorite favoriteLong faorltJong favorltLong
Long hag t the advantage over Hyland in inheigot inh inheight
height h lgbt weight and reach reachSluggers reachSluggers reachSluggers
Sluggers Bat Some SomeThe SomeThe SomeThe
The Miller Sluggers beat the Richard RichardHapgood RicbardHapgood RichardHapgood
Hapgood team yesterday esterd y by a score of ofi ofto
26 i to 4 The winners lined up Teddy TeddySawyer TeddySawyer TeddySawyer
Sawyer c Lee Flandro p Arthur ArthurFlandro ArthurFiandro
Flandro 1 b Eddie Christenson 2 b bClyde bCIde bClyde
Clyde Armstrong 3 b Arthur Ber Bcrqutet Berqul8t Berquint
qutet 1 f A Curby Curb c f Peter Mac Mackay Mackay Machay
kay r f
Game at Fort Today TodayThe TodayThe TodayThe
The Rooky Mountain Bell Telephones Telephonesand s sand
and Bone Yard Twirlers cross bats at
10 oclock this morning on the Fort FortDeuglaS FortDeuSlaS FortDouglas
Douglas grounds groundsSmeltermen groundsSmeltermen groundsSmettermen
Smeltermen Win WfnThe WinThe WinThe
The Highland Boy Smelter team and andthe andthe andthe
the Soldtera oIdIer met at Murray uTrny yesterday yesterdayand Qstcrdayand
and the Smelter boys bo S won by a score of ofIii
15 to 1 TJie he batteries were Ames Amesand Amesand Amesand
and Marx 18ttfor for the Smelter team team and andKirby andKirby andKirby
Kirby and nd Patsy for the ie Soldiers SoldiersDate SoldiersDate SoldiersDate
Date of State Meet MeetEditor MeetEdltor MeetEditor
Editor Herakl Please state in your yourSundays yourSundRYs yourSundays
Sundays paper per the date of the state statetrack staletrack statetrack
track and field meet Also give the thedates thedates thedates
dates time Salt Lake team plays at home homethis homethis homethis
this month
Yours respectfully r pectfulb It A AThe AThe AThe
The state track and field fiel meet will willbe willheld willbe
be held next Saturday Satrdn on the Univer University rnivtrslty University ¬
sity campus the date May Iay 20 The TheSalt TheSalt TheSalt
Salt Lake I ke team plays at home today todaywith todajwith todaywith
with Ogden the last five days in the thecomine thecomln thecoming
coming week with Spokane and front fromM front1y frontMay
M May 1y y 21 to May lay 28 Inclusive a with wih Boise BoiseFLOUR Boisea BoiseFLOUR
FLOUR MILL BURNED BURNEDCaldwell BURNEDCaldw BURNEDCaidwell
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ornoon Oro at about 5 oclock ocloc with Wih a loss or orabout oraot ofabout
about < H8WO < 00 It I was wa insured inur for forThe p000 p000The 8000 8000Tho
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andI anti 1d I I knew 10m I was to get well wel again agin Then T the dt hair on 0 my n head J began I T Tgrow to togrow ii iigrow >
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me cannot caul t fail i to cure anybody 8n by of this awful dieeaae die If I any u on int < Mdbh Mdbhthe dubu dubuthe tietubitIi
the tIi truth tuth of this letter Jtr toll them t1tm to t write te t me e e135Thomas
135Thomas 135 Thom iliomas St t Newark Nowtrkt owsrk N J J 3 1S1rET 1S1rETThe RS WMLBOSE WMLBOSEThe 1HiIIITime
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