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I I i 5 1 t ll T THE liE I + t If t 0y Sil SALT I LT p J n LAKE i KE HERALD IIERALDI G I i u blS1 Probable BATHEB DBER AAWAWA shower FOR EDITION EDITIONBATHEB W J4 J4i eAir S warner warnerSilver LT LAKE XJVKEProbable O Oi JjW
i 7 cN7H T Silver Stver614cp 6Mic per rounce ounce ounceCopper
> Copper casting JS 3Wc c per peund peundLead n
H IE R 1 1 C > > Lead LeapS In ore 388 3 8 New York 4Si U Uv
= v 4 Established June uue 6 1870 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY EDNESDA Y SEPTEMBER 27 2 1905 Pric Five Cents CentsLI
LI 1
Two SawedOffs Sa edOffs Take Takefhe Jhe Bank Roll Rolljprom Rollom Roll1om
jprom 1om om Roulette Wheel WheelONEOF WheelONEmOF eeI eeIONEOF
f 4I3
k OLD OLDlIELD IELD Nov No Sept 38 ST The he in inmate JftmAt htnuttes ¬
G mate of a saloon IOtn belonging to toJake toJako toJako
Jako GoodfrJ Goodfriend nd a IlIId zid d W N NBriggs NBrigg
Briggs located on the main street of ofthis oftbls ofthis
this town were held up by to men menearly ine ineearly I Iearly
early this morning and the place rob robbed robbed ¬ I Ibed
bed of nearly 1000 The highwaymen highwaymenwho 1 1who
who were masked then treated the thecrowd t theerowd I Icrowd
crowd and made good their aacape dur during durIng ¬
ing the confusion which hl h ensued ensuedThere enliuedThero enueLThere
There were eight men in the saloon saloondrinking sloundiinktn loon I Idrlnkhllt
drinking diinktn and playing roujette when a ashort al aliort
short man masked with a red hand haridtorahlef h handkerejilef rid I Ikcrehlet
torahlef entered and stepping up be behind behind ¬ I Ihind
hind the man at the bar levelled a re revolver reOlver reVolver ¬
volver over his shoulder at the barton bartender 1mrtender bartonder ¬
der El Ettie te Ross and commanded Jlm Jlmand jliand him himand
and all in the room to throw thro up their tfieirhands thehl1and theirIiand
Thought He Was Joking JokingAll JokingAll t tAll
All thought it a joke j ke but the first firstman prstman irsLman
man was quickly followed by another anotherarid anotherand anotherand
and still ti1l shorter i man who backed up upthe upthe upthe
the command command of hands up The Theright Theeight Theeight
eight men were lirttd up against the theback thebatk theback
back of the bar room and the two hold holdups hpldups lipidups ¬
ups walked to the roulette wheel wh whoelb l lwhere j jwhere
b where they laid their pistols pl tol upon the thetable tbeIii thetjuble
table Iii tjuble ble and the taller busily spun the theUill thelXlll thelEii
Uill while the other swept the money moneyinto moneyirto I Ii1
into i1 to a grip They then forced the wheel wheeldealer wheeldeiler heel I
dealer de ler to unlock a drawer of gold and andquickly i I IiUttkiy
quickly the shorter man emptied the thetwo thet thetl
tl two t 0 cash registers regi ters getting altgether I
945 94 Just at this time a man entered enteredthe enteredthe enteredthe
the saloon and the shorter holdup holdupwho hoWupwho holdupwho
who was wa as nervous as the other was wascool wascool wascool
cool backed l > > tcked into the street at the point pointof pOhtor po1itof
of his pistol and then disappeared disappearedSet dl appearedSet
Set Em Up to the Crowd CrowdEven CrowdEven CrowdEven
Even then the other man was not notiliHmayed 110ttllNmayed notdismayed
dismayed He laughed and throwing throwingi0 throwlnO
i0 50 O on the bar ordered all up to take takea ta e ea
a drink The thoroughly cowed men menobeyed mOilobeyed menobeyed
obeyed This robber sat at at the end of ofthe Ofthe ofthe
the bar while one man handed him a awhisky awbisky ashlsky
whisky bottle and another handed him himsi
a glass He drank this just as two twomore twomore twomore
more men entered from the outside outsideThese outsideThese outsideThese
These men were asked to have a drink drinkand drinkJ
J and laughing the robber disappeared disappearedthrough dJppooredtbrough dIappearodthrough
through a side door fully five minutes minutesafter minutesatttr minutesafter
after the flrat man had left eft The lar larger 11gtr laiger ¬
ger of the two weighed not more than thanlot thanit
lot > 0 pounds and the smaller about 130 130pounds 130puundll 130POUfld
pounds None of the men in the plare plareore
ore robbtd A po IUS s has seaivhed for forthe forthe I
the ri rbbcr < bbei > but no ilu lti to their idrn idrntitv t1fltty
tty has h < ls bwn fount
Jury Brings s in iii Verdict v dictofGuiltyJ dictofGuiltyJiA of Guilty GuiltypjiRecommendation Guiltyy
y pjiRecommendation pjiRecommendationJUDGEMAY iA th Recommendation RecommendationJUDGEMAY co endation endationJUDGEMAY
1 c IJ IirJJhnn p Jmnrlsonmont Json ont at hard labor is istha IStit isL
L L tha tit Verdict veUct er lct of the juryin jUry In the case caseagfclhst easciagilist so soanlhst
agfclhst James McPherson Shock Shockley Shockle ShockIcy
Icy le for tlus murder of Motorman Amasa AmasaLi Am AmL
Li Gloasorii Glooson but Shockleys life is not notyet notyet no noyetsavod
yet yetsavod saved Vlcd It fe within the discretion discretionof
of Judgfr Jud e l Seorge eorga G Armstrong the trial trialjudge trialju trialjudge
judge ju ge to Ignore Isl ore the recommendation of ofthe ofth oftil
the th Jury uryr hyTjnpofrfngthe tfnpo tngthe death penalty penaltyj P9na1ty P9na1tyrhla pnnityTitle
j This is one onefftctor factor that enters the casol casolAnother cao caoAnother
Another A othel factor is the attitude of Die DIstrtetAtt Dlstr1etAtijrnW DietrttAttQrW1v
trtetAtt tr1etAtijrnW riU r Fred A Lofboufow wlio wlioannounce 110
announce that if Shockley escapes escapeswith escapeswith escapeswith
with a life ltf sentence Ii ntence he will bo tried triedupon triedupon triedupon
upon the information charging him himwith bimwith himwith
with the murder of Conductor Thomas ThomasBrighton ThomasBrighton ThomasBrighton
Brighton who was mortally wounded woundedon
on the night of Jan i 1904 when Glea Gleason Gleason Gleeson
son was U killed Lnockley L ockiey has never neverbeen neverIMen neverbeen
been tried tti rtdtor for the murder of Brighton BrightonHis 13rlghtonHis BrightonHis
His two convictions 18 were for r the mur murder murIeI murder ¬
der of orQreon GTeason The Brighton informa information Information information ¬
tion is on file in the court but no pro PiOceedlngsJh proceedingsiiare proceedings ¬
ceedings ceedingsiiare have e been btH tl taken under it itThe itThe ItThe
The jury retired a few minutes after afteroclockyesterqay
2 oclock oclockyesterqay yesterday afternoon and at
506 06 oclock almost precisely three threehours threeoura threehoure
hours oura later the verdict was read in incourt Incort IncoUrt
court The jury did not follow the theform theform
form of o verdict submitted to it and andemploying1 andemploYing andemploying
emploYing the words recommend the thedefendant thedeIendant thedefendant
defendant to t9 t the mercy of the court courtbut courtbut courtbut
but returned a verdict that specifically specificallyJocomm specificallyrecommended
1 recommended Jocomm nded that he be imprisoned imprisonedat
at hard labor in the state prison for forlife forUte forlife
life The Thelows laws of the state leave the theAdoption theAtlopUon thedoptio
Adoption doptio of this recommendation to the thediscretion thediscretion thediscretIon
discretion of the court courtJudge courtJUdge courtJudge
Judge Armstrong designated next nextFriday nextFriday nextFriday
Friday as the thetime time for passing sentence sentenceShockley sentenceShockley sontenceShockley
Shockley Highly Pleased PleasedShoeWeyis PleasedShockteYis PleasedShoek4ey
ShoeWeyis ShockteYis is satisfied with the verdict verdictand verdfctAdd verdrct verdrctadd
Add evidently believes Judge Armstrong Armstrongwill
will adopt the jurys recommendation recommendationImmediately recommendationImmedla recommendationImmediately
Immediately Immedla ly after court adjourned H HA HA HA
A Smith attorney for Shockley SaidIn Saidin said saidin
in response to a question thathe tHat he had hadnot hadnot hadnot
not decided whether he would move for foranew fornew foranew
anew new trial Shockley at once broke in inwith Inwith inwith
with a negative shake of his head and andin andin andIn
in a low voice said saidNo saidNo saidNo
No there will be no motion for a new newtrial newtrial newtrial
trial This is I the beat I could expect expectDuring expectDU1ln expectDuring
During DU1ln the thetime time the jury was absent absentfrom absentfrom
from the court room Shockley re remained remained rernained ¬
mained quietly seated at a table He Hewas Hewas
was plainly ill illat at ease < > S although he bore borehimself borebimsc1f borehimself
himself ciulctly jUiti Part of the time tln he heflllil hefin hefll1
flllil fin 1 b lursultJiig a opy of the Re Revised Revjsd RevlsedStdtutcs ¬
vised vlsedStdtutcs Statutes s that lay before him and
James ames McPherson Shockley F Found Guilty y a Second Time of Murder er
Powers Notify Notif the Porte That the De Deoision Decision Decision
cision to Control Macedonian MacedonianFinances Macedoniances MacedonianFinances
Finances ces Is 1Jrutlterable 1JrutlterableConstantinople UnalterableConstanUnoi4e Unalterable UnalterableConstantinople
Constantinople Sept 26 stA A collective collectivenote collective110te collectivenote
note from the six powers as e been hand handed handed handed ¬
ed to the porte declaring that their de decision deo81on doLslon ¬
cision to assume international control of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the finances of Macedonia is unalterable unalterableThe unalterablelhe unalterableThe
The note informs the Ottoman govern government Covernment governrnent ¬
ment that the foreign delegates dett gate appointed appointedas appointedas
as controllers will ill arrive at Salonlca Ionlea Oct
1 and requests that the necessary neceual in instructions instruction Inatructionu ¬
structions be sent to the provincial au authorities authorities authorlUe ¬
thorities so that the delegates may enter enteron enteron enteron
on their function without delay delayThere d delayThere la laThere
There Is I Increasing friction between the theBritish theBritish I
British embassy and the porte in conse consequence ronlltquenee conse4uene ¬
quence of the delay elay in the payment of an anindemnity anlOdmnlty anindemnity
indemnity to the owner o r of British dhows dhowsattacked dhowsatta4ked
attacked 1 by Arab pirates in the Red aea aeaThe aeaThe seaTie
The embassys latest note pointed out outthat uutthat outthat
that unless uBI the matter was soon satis satisfactorily MUaf1torlly saUsfsctoriiy ¬
factorily settled the incident would as assume aa8ume assome ¬
some graver aspect aspectSUIT AlipectSUIT aspectSUIT
Boston Police Believe They Will Un Unravel Unravel Unravel ¬
ravel the Mystery MysteryBoston MystcryBoston MysteryBoston
Boston Sept 2f tThe The police activity activityIn actlylt actlyltin
In the suit ca caM mystery increased increasedtoday IncretUedtoday increasedtoday
today Y iBterday < the solution was be believed believed behewed ¬
lieved to be in sight An identification identificationof
of the suit case and the finding of a abundle Sobundl abundle
bundle of bloody garments gave Vt the theauthorities theI
1 I authorities much expectation that the1 the1efforts the thetangle thejangle
tangle wo would ld be unravelled III their theirefforts theirefforts
efforts to accomplish accO l Ush this result they theyarranged tIIeyarranged theyarranged
arranged today that a corps of divers diversshould diversshould diversshould
should visit IBtt Winthrop harbor to March Marchunderneath Marchunderneat searchunderneath
underneath the water for the missing miaainghead mlutnghead missinghead
head and limbs of the woman victim of ofthe ofthE ofthe
the tragedy tragedyThe tragedTbe tragedyThe
The police have decided that Mrs MrsRosa lIrsRosa MrsRosa
Rosa Schaplro a blond formerly of ofBaltimore oCBaltimore ofBaltimore
Baltimore who disappeared d from this thiscity thistity thiscity
city several weeks ape 1 Ia not the thodllld thodllldWoman thewoman dead deadwoman
woman Sirs MrSchaptro Schnplro lived here h re with withher withPI withhr
her PI husband Dr Maurice Sfhaplro Her HersappeflrltflCD j jUisappeariUM tdisappeftriln
UisappeariUM as a well eU as hat of her herhusband bel1msband herhusband
husband led her Baltimore relatives r to toconsult toonsult toonsult
onsult with the loial poiirt lK1U with Uh ref reference r r rfrpnct ferenee ¬
erence to the possibility that she he was wasthe WaNthe wasthe
the victim of the homicide
at Intervals he read from a newspaper newspaperMost newspaperMost
Most ost of the time however he sat star staring stKrInS starlug ¬
InS at the wall before him a nervous nervousmotion nervousmotion
motion of his fingers arid a tapping tappingwith tappingith tappingwith
with ith his hand across his mouth incH indicating ludlcating incHeating ¬
cating the tension under which hq la labored lRbored Iabored ¬
bored boredOccasionally boredOetatilonaUy boredOccasionally
Occasionally he conversed coner Qd with the thedeputy thedeputy
deputy sheriffs attorneys and others in inthe Inthe iiithe
the court His voice I Iand
room was steady steadyand aretidyand
and his answers cool and collected collectedShockley collectedShockle collectedShockiey
Shockley was in charge of Deputy DeputySheriff DeputySheriff Deputyt3heriff
Sheriff Isaac J aac A Emery for a time be before before before ¬
fore the jury cam In As a precau precautionary precautlonan precautionary ¬
tionary measure he was handcuffed handcuffedduring hunrlcuffedduring handcuffedduring
during this period but just justbefure before the thearrival thealrival thearrival
arrival of the jury j ry Deputy Sheriff John JohnSharp JobnSharp JohnSharp
Sharp came in removed the handcuffs handcuffsand handcuffsand handcuffsand
and took tile place with Mr Emery EmeryThe EmeryTue I IThe
The jury In charge of Deputy Sheriffs SheriffsFred SherIffsFred 1 1Fred
Fred Butler and Claude Y Russell ap appeared appeared appea ¬
peared pea a few minutes later Shockley Shockleyfastened Shockleyfasteed hockleyfa
fastened fa teaed a l searching glance lano on the theJurors thejurors thejurors
Jurors as they took their seats ats Then Thenhe Thenhe Thenlte
he settled ttled back and gazed steadily at atthe atthe atthe
the verdict in its settled envelope enelo As Asit AsIt AsIt
it p LasOd 8ed from thejury tbe jUry box to Judge JudgeArmstrong1 Jud JudgeArmstrong e eArmstfonS
Armstrong the lines about Shockleys Shockleysmouth Sbockle Shockleysinogth s smoutk
mouth grew rew tense and his HIM 1I > a became becamewhite becamewltJte becamewhtu
white as the judge opened Ol ned the envelope envelopeSo envelopewteadtutu
So steadfast wteadtutu was the prisoners gaze gazethat gazethat aze
that he scarcely lIICa ly appeared to wink and andhis ancIhhi andhis
his eyes c oea followed the paper from the thehand thehand thehand
hand of the judge to that of Howard HowardA
A 4 King deputy < county clerk Mr r King Kingread 1lngread Kingread
read the verdict iu a clear voice and as asthe Il8the asthe
the words onts imprisoned im lisuned at hard labor laborin laborIn laborin
in the state jwiabn > > C risbn n for life fell f ll from fromMr fromMr fromMr
Mr Kings KJ s lips Shockleys Shockle s chest rose rosewJUi rosewit1l rosewith
with the inhalation of a full breath as asa ua asa
a wave of unmistakable relief passed passedover PRs passedovev ed edoer
over His face At once he straightened straightenedup
up In Ii His chair and glanced about him himfor himtor himfor
for the first Ar rzt t time since the jury had en entered 00tered ontered ¬
tered Up U room He sat t at ease se while whiletbe Whllothe whilethe
the judge ftxed the time for sentence sentenceafter senlenceaft sentenceafter
after aft which hl h court adjourned adjournedTalks adjournedTalks adjournedTalks
Talks of His Mother MotherBefore Mothert018 MotherBefore
Before t018 leaving the courtroom Shock Shocklay Shocktey Shockjoy
lay said i jd to U fha Herald Heraldsay HeraldIt
It mIght have bo buen n worse ab ni you yousay ou ousa
say sa Yae Y I lam am glad I know this thisinwiM thislillealla
inwiM 11 lillealla that I shall halI be burWd alive for forth forthe
th the pwt WIt qf my 1ft lIfe but It is better batterEhan betterfhan betterthan
than death 3 Jr dr r myself mYfl 1 I do net notcnre notcnreso care careso careso
so much I night r fght have hft havegono gone along and andjust andjust andjust
just let things slide slid but lormy tor m poor poorContinued poorCont poorContjnued
Continued Cont nued onPage on Page 2
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A Touch of the Campaign Fever
Receiver Asked for the Little Kana Kanawaha Kanawaha Kanawalia
waha Properties PropertiesSMALL PropertiesSMALL PropertiesSMALL
IINCINNATI INCIN INCINNATE ATI 3 i n j f S 1Apllication Application for forthe forthe torthe
C the appointment of a receiver for forthe forthe forthe
the community Tjf interests int reliita known knownas
as the Little Kanawaha syndicate sndleatean sndleateanorganization an anorganization an1 an1organization
organization controlling contron g coal co I lands ami amirailway ant antrailway andrailway
railway interests intor4tt ts InWest In Vest Virginia was wasfiled wasfiled wasfiled
filed in the United States circuit court courttoday courttoday courttouay
today At the head of the thelUndi syndicate te are areOeorge arePorge areiorge
Oeorge Porge J Gould Joseph Ramsey jr jrpresident jrpresident Jrpresident
president of the Wabash Waba h and William WilliamE
E Guy of St Louis LouiThe LouiJIlhe LouisThe
The plaintiff is John S Jones holder holderof
of 100000 worth of stack st ak in the syndi syndicate syndlcate synthcatc ¬
cate He lives in Chicago ChI ago and is s J rep reprsnted eP ePrsnted P Presented
rsnted by Attorney Jktatthews of Cin Clncinnati Cincinnati Cm Cmiinnati ¬
cinnati and William Burry of Chicago ChicagoRestraining ChicagoRestraining ChicagoRestraining
Restraining Order Issued IssuedJudge IssuedJudge IssuedJudge
Judge Richards set Oct Q as the time timeof timeof timeof
of the th hearing and a restraining re tralnlng order orderwas orderWiS orderWts
was issued temporarily tempo ri1 restraining the thedefendants j115deftndants thed
defendants d > from selling contracting to tosell tosell tosell
sell transferrhg or parting parti with wIt any anyproperty anyproperty anyproperty
property of the Kan8wahK syndicate syndicateThe syJillicaterhc syIklicateThe
The grounds set forth in the bill of ofcomplaint ofcomplaint ofcomplaint
complaint are numerous among them thembfing thembfinl thenibting
bfing several prominent ones It is al alItged 81lg alkgcd
Itged lg d that the antagonistic ant oni Uc attitude of ofGould orGould ofGould
Gould and Ramsey is detrimental td the thewelfare thewdfare thewelfare
welfare of the syndicate that an ef effort effort offort ¬
fort is being made by the defendants defendantsthat defendnnUthat defendantsthat
that might destroyprem d8StrOY prl lfit at the expense expenseof eX l1se l1seof
of the lesser IC I8er holders that Ramsey and anilGuy andGUY andGuy
Guy have voted that any two of the thethree thetl1ref thethree
three heads of the syndicate l5n tcate may trans transact transact traruact ¬
act its busineH thus eliminating Gould Gouldthat Gouldthat Gouldthat
that the lands are bains sold at about aboutonehalf aboutomhalf aboutonehalf
onehalf of the true value ue The j plain nlalntiff plaintiff > lain laintiff
tiff takes no aide between Ramsay and andGould andGould andGould
Gould but the action is brought rou ht to pro protect protNt protec ¬
tNt tec t the plaintiff tftnP ecni those holders who whomay whomay whomay
may be similarly situated situatedJones situatedJones tuntpd tuntpdJapes
Jones Wants to Know KnowIt
It is alleged all ged in the petition that sOOO sOOOOOu S OO
000 has been subscribed u rIJI d of which Gould Gouldput Gouldput GouldPut
put in i00080a Ramsey Rm > J300000 OOO Guy Guy3O00t
300000 James T 1 Blair Dl tr mCO Edward EdwardPultonv I ldwardFulton dwarllFutton
Fulton 100000 and Others like l1 e and small smaller ¬
er amounts It is alleged that the heavy heavysubscribers h heavysubscribers > avy avysubscribers
subscribers have not jwid in over overper overper 5 5per
per cent of their subscriptions rlptlon8 that an aninquiry animlulr au auinquiry
inquiry should be e made ma e as U to how the themoney themoney thenioney
money has been spent that the man managers manIIlers managere ¬
agers put JTpOttOO in the construction of ofa oCIi ofa
a railway from Zanegvllle to the tI e Ohio Ohioriver Ohioriver Ohioriver
river and then th n abandoned it when Ium it itvas Itwas I
was found that the now line would nQt nytbe nqtbe
be for the advantage of other enter enterprises tnterIrlset enterprlses ¬ I
prises in whieh the th managers mana rs were en engaged eupged engaged ¬
gaged that information as a to the pro progress progress progress ¬
gress of affairs of the be concern has been beenrefused beenrefused beenrefused
refused this petitioner petitionerPROPERTIES petlthmerPROPERTI poUtlonerPROPERTIES
First Offered to Gould Who efused Refusedto efusedto
to Pay the 10000000 Asked AskedPittsburg AskedPlttsburg
Pittsburg PItts burg Sept 26 2 26Joseph Jw tiel nh l Ramsey jr jrpresident jrpre8ldent jrpresident
president of o the Wabash railroad an announced announ annouuwecl ¬
nounced noun ed on S Seat t 16 that the sale of ofthe ofth
the th Little Kannwaha uroperties had been beencompleted beencompletfll beencompleted
completed The purchaser were inter interests Interests intersets ¬
ests representing the Plttsburg Lake LakeKrie LakoJ LakeErie
Erie J rle railroad and it was wa said the Penn Pennsylvania PennBlvanta Pennsylvania ¬
sylvania and Baltimore Ohk > railroads railroadswere r railroadswere
were also intereatou in the sale The Thaproperty Theproperty rhoproperty
property won 1i first offered to George GeorgeGould GeorgeGould GeorgeGould
Gould who hold a minority In the syn synillcate sndlcate syndlcate
dlcate but it is i a selti i 11 < I ho refused r fused to wv wvthe nnvthe wvthe
the price < demand demanded which whlcbwas was 10 1OOO6iOO 1O0000The > OOQ6XI OOQ6XIThe
The Little Kanawaha properties are ex extensive extensive cxtonaive ¬
tensive and include vast coal lands land from fromwest fromWE8t fromtscmt
west of Parkarsburg W Va into Green Greencounty Greencount Greencounty
county count Pennsylvanui PennsylvanuiSUES PennsylYanI PennsylvanfsSUE1FOR1BTDAMAGES
Peruna Company After theLadies theLadiesHome the Ladies LadiesHome LadiesHome
Home Journal JournalChicago JournalChicago JournalChicago
Chicago Sept 28 87Sult Suit was begun in inthe inthe Inths
the superior court today todnytQr for 360000 0O0G dam damages dllmaces damages ¬
ages against the Curtis Publishing Fubll hln com company company cornpany ¬
pany publishers of C the Ladies Home HomeJournal HomeJournal HomeJournal
Journal Sam B Hartman of Columbus Columbusproprietor ColumbusproprIelor Columbusproprietor
proprietor of the poruna Medicine com company company cornpany ¬
pany is the plaintiff In the suit In the theAugust theAugust theAugust
August Issueof the Journal the declara declaration declaration declaration ¬
tion says sa s that an advertisement of the thePoruna tMPoruna thePoruna
Poruna company campa contained 09 telned a testimonial testimonialfrom testimonialfrom testimonlarfrom
from Congressman Con res8mQn George H White of ofNorth otNorth ofNorth
North Carolina In the next issue I ue of the themagazine themagazine themagazine
magazine the depuration < alleges that the thetestimonial thete thetestimonial
testimonial te ttmol1i81 was Wa feroumuon renrlntod r rlntod but with it itwas Itwas itwas
was a signed doniu from torn Congressman CongressmanWhite CongressmanWblto CongressmanWhite
White that he had given the testimonial testimonialto
to the medicine company This denial denialoriginal denialJartmnn denialIJertinan
Jartmnn allBSQsWQIt alteges was IQoltred throuJiha throuJiham13undorstuUdl through a arnIsundcrstamdlrm
m13undorstuUdl nkIAaaJ1 mun White hit hitit
it 1 said In the dhoamTJfl 1Jt C r4tAOU ijlgnod the theonglnal theorigInal
original testimonial
Western V stern Life Indemnity RecBJvesrPremiums Re eivesPremiumsrom from Policy Hold Holders Holders Holders ¬
ers ers But the Latter Latterare are Practically PracticallyUninsurea PracticallyUninsureaIntervening PracticallyUninsuredIntervening Uninsured UninsuredIntervening
Intervening Petition Filed
r i iHICAGO Sept 2C 26ttvOOtiStUoq 26JpvestiguttIor Iiwqetigatior of ofi oftlEt ofI
I i tha affairs of the WestBrt West WestetstDlCs L1f I11tt tii tiidemnity ndemnfty n ndemnity
demnity company by b a state ex exaniiner cxaminer i iamtner
aniiner today firought rou rought ht to light Jftcts Jftctstending cUi ctstending I Iteudlng
tending to show that claims of perhftpc perhftpcthousands porhapsthousands i ithousands
thousands of policyholders in assess assessment RSt assessmost fti8 ¬ I Iment
ment apmpanies have ba YO been praa PJ pra4icalfr pra4icalfrwjdout Ieally Ieallywjo JcaU JcaUwt
wjo wt wjdout d dout out tkmugk tJLrQ k company C IftpaQ manlpufcT manlpufcTtfon manlpu1ti111on manlput manlputThrn
tfon TSjtarnTher Ex mJner Lifcjus Pouts discov discovered dl disoovercd ¬
ered no fewer f wei than than1 i r eighteen lchtM small in insurance insurance ¬ I Isurance
surance companies have terminated terminatedtheir terminatedtheir I Itheir
their existence by merging m rlng into the theWestern theWestern I IV64
Western V64 > tern Life LlteIndemnit Indemnity company companyThat companyThat
That means said the examiner that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the policyholders of the original com companies COmpaitles cornpaiiies ¬
panies have gone through a 11 sort of ofevasive ofevhsive i
evasive process which leaves them thempractically thempracUcnlly thornpractically
practically uninsured although they theyare theyare
are still paying payhigthelr their premiums and andhave andhave andhave I
have been doing so for years yearsAccording yearsAccording yearsAccording
According to Law LawThis LawThis
This condition is not particularly particularlythe
the fault of the Western or other ab absorbing ahorbing aborbing ¬ I
orbing companies for the absorption absorptionis
is done according to law lawA la iawA
A new complication was added today todayto
to the legal entanglement of the Wee Wewern Weeern Wetem I
ern em Life Indemnity company Federal FederalJudge FedoralJudge FederalJude
Judge C C Kohlsaai t grantod permis permission permission permission ¬
sion to Attorney Clark Varnum to file filean fllean filean
an intervening petition for the appoint appointment appointment appointmeat ¬
ment of a receiver for the company At Attorney Attorney Attorney ¬
torney Varnum told the court he rep represents represents represents ¬
resents claimants who have been un unable unable unable ¬
able to collect in the qggrgate I1sgr gate 50000 50000from iOOOOfrom 00OUfrom
from the Western Life company companyHearing tompanHearing companyHearing
Hearing on Demurrer DemurrerThe Demurrerrhe DemurrerThe
The case went tu a hearing on a de
Body Found Horribly Mutilated in Merstham Tunnel of London LondonSoutheastern LondonSoutheastern LondonSoutheastern
Southeastern Railway RailwayCrime = Crime Evidently Committed Committedin Comm tted ttedin
in Separate Compartment Car
I I ONDONY ONDONSupt NDON Sofife SC GThe The Meratham tun tunnul tuntlcl tunL
L L nul of tho U London Southwestern Southwesternrailway SouthweslelJralhvu7 Southwesteiilrailwr
railway railwr where the brutal murder of ofFrederick otrrrMerick o oFrederick
Frederick 1 I Gold by Percy Pe c LeJroy L Froy alias aliasMapluton aHasllploton aliasMuipleton
Mapluton occurred June 27 18SI again againIIHK asalnhltfi againhas
has been b en the scene of a mysterious trag tragedy ti8 ti8ed tr tredy ¬
edy ed the details of which so far as ascer ascertained uscertalned ascertalon ¬
talon arc markedly marl edly similar to that of a aquarter aquarter aquarter
quarter of a century ago agoIn ago1n agoIn
In the present case the victim is i a ayoung ayoung ayoung
young woman whose body was horribly horriblymutilated horrlblmutilated horriblymutilated
mutilated A long veil was tightly wedged wedgedin
in her mouth and the police are confident confidentthat confidentthat confidentthat
that the woman was murdered in the thecompartment thecomlmrtment thecompartment
compartment of a train on which she was wastraveling wastruveJing wastraveling
traveling and that her body was thrown thrownfrom thrownfrom thrownfrom
from the car
niurror filed by the defendants the de demurrer demurror domurrer
murrer attacking not only onl the jurisdic jurisdiction jurisdiction jurisdletion ¬
tion of the court but the form of com complaint complaint coinplaint ¬
plaint in the bill billA billA billA
A charge that officers offit > etS of the Western WesternLife WesternLife WesternLife
Life Indemnity Indemnltcornpany company have violated violatedthe violatedthe violatedthe
the oral restraining order decreed by byJudge byJudge byJudge
Judge Bothea BG hea at the first hearingwas hearingwasJtnadetedffy hearing wasanatItedtry was wasdeteaw
Jtnadetedffy deteaw bofoge boCo e Jijdge Jdg KoKlsst bji bjiAttorney b bttolneySO bAttorney
Attorney ttolneySO SifO O Laviriisbn appearing for forsome fOfOme f fsome
some of the policyholders The attorney attor attorney attorney ¬
ney declared that moneys had been dis disbursed disbursed disbursed ¬
bursed by the officers since the pro procaedjjig lJrocoedlits IrocoecHjmg
caedjjig before Judge Bethea BetheaJudge BetheaJ BetheaJudge
Judge J age Kohlsaat continued the argu argument arguInent arguPleat ¬ I
Pleat until next week The court Instructed In Instructed iuistructed ¬
structed the defending attorneys to o let letthe letthe letthe i
the affairs of the company meanwhile meanwhileremain meanwhJlreQ1aln meanwhilereryialn
remain in statu quo quoCpmpany quoCpmpany j jCompany
Cpmpany Milked Dry DryCharges DryCharges i iCharges
Charges that the company was being beingmilked beingrnllkeddry
milked mUkeddiY dry were made at the hear hearing hearIng hearing ¬
ing before Judge Kohlsaat by b Attor1 Attor1ney Attor Attorney Attoriiey
ney Levinson of the complaining pol policyholders polIcyholders polIeyliolder
icyholders icyholdersThe IcyholdersIhe IeyliolderThe I
The company is paying money on onits onits onits
its big contracts said Mr Levison and andis andI andIs
is I being milked dry It has issued a astatement astatement astatement I
statement giving its it assets as 917000 917000on
on May 1 Now the assets are 300000 300000Levinson 300000Levinson 300000Levinson
Levinson said that he had been told toldby toldby toldby
by Mr Long formerly attorney for fortho fortho forthe
tho company that the concern had paid paidthe Imtdthe paidthe
the claim of a banw said id to be involved involvedin
in the th 152000 l 2OOO deal between Presi President President President ¬
dent Rosenfeld and Promoter Gray GrayThe GrayThe GrayThe
The company may transact ordinary ordinarybusiness ordinarybusiness Ordinarybusiness
business but the assets may not be beused beused beused
used for anything except to pay death deathclaims deathd deathclaims
claims d ims ruled Judge Kohlsaat
The fact that none of the thf doors of the thecar thecar thecar
car on its arrival at Kedhlll TIe hlll was open op < > n is isconsidered iscon8ld Isconsidered
considered con8ld red to prove conclusively conclu lvely that it itwas itwas itwas
was not a case of suicide Miss Money left lefther lefthet lefther
her home on Sunday evening saying the thewould fhewoutd shevouId
would not be gone long longl11
The l11 affair Hait thereafter is a complete mys mystery mystory mystury ¬
tory No ticket WAS found on the body bodyand bodyand bodyand
and no one has been able to explain under underwhat underwhat underwhat
what circumstances the young woman en entered Entcred entoyed ¬
toyed the train or where she was going goingIf
If she was murdered as is supposed to tobe tobe tobe
be the case the murderer disappeared disappearedwithout disappearedwithout disappearedwithout
without leaving any trace The cars fur furnilsh fur1lsh fur4ilsli
nilsh no clew to the crime which could couldhave couldhave ouldhave
have have occurred nowhere but in a railroad railroadcar
car divided into separate compartments compartmentssuch
such as is used on the British railways ranwa s
Hundreds of Buildings Unroofed and 8000 Persons Are Home Homeless HomelessFive HomelessFive
less lessFive Five Filipinos FilipiqosKilied Killed and Two Hundred HundredPersons HundredPersons HundredPersons
Persons Injured
RIlliW iTSW YORK Sept 26 26The The Evening EveningSun EveningSun EvenIngI
NEW I 1 Sun has a dispatch frqm Manila Manilareporting MtmUreporting MttnhlltreportIng
reporting a destructive typhoon In Inthat Intbat hithat
that city The native districts were wereswept WOPOswept ere ereswept
swept away 8000 are honioless five flveFilipinos fiveFUlpinos liveFilipInos
Filipinos were > killed and 200 persons personsinjured personsinjured personsInjured
injured Hundreds of bulldtpgs were wereunroofed were wereunroofed wereunroofed
unroofed unroofedThousands unroofedThousands i iThousands
Thousands of electric wjyes were wereblown wereblown wereblown
blown dowp filling the streets str t with withflames withflames withflames
flames until the current was turned off offThe offThe oftThe i
The city was as in darkness when this die dispatch dlspatch diepatch ¬
patch wassent was sent se t and all street traffic trafficwas trafficwas rafflewas
was suspended It was bollevea boUot ship shipping shipJing shipping ¬ i
ping In the bay had warning of the theapproach tl10approach tleapproach
approach of the storm but UD D to the thetime thetime thetime
time the dispatch was sent the ships shipswere shipswere shIpswere
were mvisiblo on account of tha rain rainand Ialnand rainand
and had not communicated with the thehore theSf thesnore
Sf snore hore horeWashington ore I IYa aWarhlngtQn
Washington Ya hlngtQn Sept 26 6Tho Tho wixr de department department dopartment ¬
partment today tod y received acaMacram a mtjljgjup mtjljgjupfrom M 1lJ 1lJtrom
from Manlla saying that tlt tISjJiiffiJji tISjJiiffiJjiLogan t v vLogan
Logan bas been delu delayed ea t fbrjVCIlI1Ig l l 1 1
from that place by b a typhoon No men mention mentlon menlion ¬
lion is made of damage to property propertyLater propertLater propertyLater
Later Account AccountManila Accountilaniia
Manila Sept 27 7A A typhoon swept over overthis overthis overthis
this city yesterday The storm lasted lastedthree lastedthrae lastedthree
three hours and at 2 D m the t o wind ldd at attained attqlned attIned ¬
tIned a velocity of 16 10 > miles an hour hourThe hourThe hourThe
The property damage is estimated at atOOO
660000 OOO Ten natives were killed and 1000 1000rendered 1000rendered 1000rendered
rendered Homeless The Botanical gar gardens garqens gardens ¬
dens and the teleohone system were warewrecked werewrec1ced werewrecked
wrecked Slight damage was done to t the theUnited theUnited
United States quartermasters store atorehouses storehouses
houses and the city was thrown into intodarkness intopnrknefis intolnrkness
darkness darknessThe lnrknessThe
The weather is clean clea today and the theclearing theclearing
clearing of wreckage wr kage Is isproce proceeding proceedingMURDER proceedingMURDER dlng
Paris Mo Sept 2GThe mutilated body bodyof bod bodyof
of a young ouns man who had probably been beendead b beendead en endead
dead for sayeral weaks was found yes yesterday yestarday yestorday ¬
terday la a corn field six miles west of ofhere ofhere
here and nine knife wounds vindicated vindicatedmurder tndicatedmUrder ndlcatedmurder
murder The body bodrbadbeen had been mutilated mutilatedby mutilatedi
by hoes hQ1S A card on which was written writtenrclia writtnC4fl1r4Ia
GmiMrdia rclia Ills was found foundfn m In the torn torntaQulfoe tornoG torntcitj1l
i taQulfoe oG and is the only dOw ol w that th t may
fifudTq Itud till W 1 identification
Will Have Nothing to Do With WithCouncilmariic WithCouncilmanic WithCouncilma
Councilmariic ic NominationMARTINEAU Nomination NominationMARTINEAU NominationMARTINEAU
1 1J
I IAiES AMES MES C CLEARY I LBARY < BARY who vliovas was named namedby namedby namedj
J j by the tl1e Fourth ward American ericancon ericanconvonUon con convention eonvoatton ¬
vention for the shortterm council councilnomination counollnOmhl councilnomixtation
nomination nOmhl UOn will not make the race Mr MrLeary MrLeary MrLeary
Leary was reached r ached ovor the longdis longdistance longdistance longdietanee ¬
tance telephone at Montpelier Ida last lastevening lastevening lastevening
evening andto and tl to > flhe Pha Herald made an anunequivocal anunoqtUvocal anunequfvocal
unequivocal statement of his attitude attitudeI attitudI
I have hav run two wo or three thr e times for forofflees foroffloes foroMes
offlees I didnt want said he and I Idont Idont Idont
dont propose to do so soasain again I wont wontserve wontserve wontserve
serve in the council for any party I Ihave Ihave Ihave
have neither the time nor the inclina inclination IncUnalion luclination ¬
tion No person said anything to me meabout meabout meabout
about this matter In advance of the thenomination thenominatloQ thenomination
nomination and an l I knew nothing about aboutit
it My y first Intimation came today todaywhen t todaywhen day daywhen
when the information was wastelephQlled wastelephQlledme telephqned telephqnedme
me I am not ai candidate They will willhave wlllhave willhave
have to hang it onsome onsome one else elseMr elseMr
Mr Learysnomination Learys noinInation divided in interest InteJcst Intercet ¬
terest yesterday yesterd y with the American Americanparty Americanparty Americanparty
party convention Much exultatfbn was wasdisplayed wa8disphyed wasdisplayed
displayed by members of that organ organization organlaUon organIation ¬
ization over o er his supposed defection defectionfrom defectionfrom defectionfront
from the Democratic party The com comments comments corninents ¬
ments of Americans generally indicated indicateda
a belief that Leary was the big event eventof eventof eventof
of the campaign to date Mr Leary Learywste Learyw Learyws
wste w < fs pledged by a speaker to the con convention convention conventlon ¬
vention that named him as R willing to toserve toserve toserve
serve the antiMormon crusaders in any anytap anynpl1clty
tap npl1clty acity all of which seems to have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been a terrible mistake No one knows knowswho knowfSwbo knowswho
who will be given the place placeCANNOT placeCAN placeCANNOT
Americans Shut Out by Prior Right Rightof
of RepublicansRepublicans RepublicansRepublicans Republicans RepublicansRepublicans
Republicans and Americans have theirwires theirwires their theirwires
wires crossed in the matter of a Dartyemblem partyemblem party oartyemblem
emblem Yesterday In their city convention conveptlon con convention ¬
vention the Americans adopted the flagof flagof flag flagof
of the United States as their emblemtor emblemfor emblem emblemfor
for the campaign camp 1lgn This was done onmotion onmotion on onmotion
motion of P J Dal Daly The vote wasuqanlmous wasuanjmous was wasunanimous
unanimous unanimousBut uanjmousBut
But it appears the Republicans bavEUfied haveused have haveB8
used B8 d the flag of the United States astbelr astheir as astheir
their party emblem in the last fourclb fourcity four fourcity
city campaigns They have used the beehlv6 beehive bee beehive
hive and the eagle in general electionsltut electionsbut elections electionsbut
but in city elections the flag has beenthaiI beentoir been beentlurir
tlurir exclusive propertyNaturally property
Naturally the Americans will say nowe nowWe now nowWe
We e are first in the field and have the thefirst then18t thefirst
first cq choice lee of emblem The other fel ftlIowa fellows fellows ¬
lows may take what we leaveUpfortunately leavepfortunately leave leaveUnfortunately
Unfortunately for this contention thereie there
i ie a law on the ubject Section 839chapter 839oIrnpter 839 839adapter
adapter 4 i of the revised statutes of rtaJlsas t1alisara Utah Utahsays
sashit says
saysIt hit It shllll shall be lawful to designate thepolitical thepolitical the thepolitical
political party or group of petitioners petitionersas
as the ease may be by an appropriateemblem appropriateemblem appropriate appropriateemblem
emblem or or design such as a flag eaglrooster eagleroOster eagle eaglereoster
rooster or other device as may be sptforth setforth set setforth
forth in theprovided the cerfIQRW cejtlfloate JognQminatlori JognQminatloriprovided llrninatioh llrninatiohpr
pr provided that no two sous 1fiifiof of 6T nominatlons romlnations nomina nominations ¬
tions shall use or have Ito same me deviccand devicand devKr devKrand
and that such political party or groupof gropof group groupof
of ettionerB j > shall have the prior rIghtto right rightto
to use the device used b by it at the lastiilmllar lastsimilar last lastsimilar
similar electionNEW election electionNEW
Lyman R Martineau WiI Conduct Conductthe Conductthe Conductthe
the Democratic Campaign CampaignLyman CampaignLyman CampaignLyman
Lyman R Martineau is the new newchairman npwchairman newchairman
chairman of the tbeDcmocratic Democratic cjty com committee comn cornniittee ¬
mittee n ttee He was chosen yesterday estcrda v to tosucceed tosucceed tosucceed
succeed Mathonihah Thomas who re retires totires ¬
tires because of a press of legal busi business buslness business ¬
ness that cannot be neglected during duringthe duringthe duringthe
the campaign Some of this legal bus business buslness 1 ¬
ness is in Idaho Id ho Wyoming and Nevada Nevadawhich Nfadawhich Neadawhich
which will make it necessary for Mr MrThomas MrThomas MrThomas
Thomas to be out of the state stateThe stateThe stateThe
The new chairman isno is no stranger to tothe totIte tothe
the Democrats of Utah or to the work workof workof norkof
of conducting campaigns Three years yearsago yearsago ears earsago
ago he removed rem ved to Salt Lake from Lo Logan Logan Logan
gan and since since then has been largely largelyengaged largrlyengaged largelyengaged
engaged in business He is president presidentof
of the Manger Investment company companyIn
In politics Mr Martineau has been a aDemocrat aDemocrat aDemocrat
Democrat since the division years ago agoon asoon agoon
on party llnesi line He received many manyhon manyhonaIs hon honors lionore ¬
ors at the hands of his party before beforecoming beforecoming beforecoming
coming to Salt Lake and has ever been beeninfluential b beenInfluentIal en enInfluential
influential in part councils He H was wasnominated wasnominated wasnominated
nominated by l the First ward Demo Democrats Democrats Democrats ¬
crats Monday night for the shoit term
Lyman R Martineau Chairman of oiDemocratic ofDer110cratic ofDemocratic
Democratic City Committee Committeein
uu uuin
in the city council This will ill not inter interfere interfere interfere ¬
fere with his taking charge of the cam campaign campaign campuign ¬
paign for the city ticket ticketIt
It is the intention of the Democrats Democratsto
to throw the campaign wide open im immediately immediatelY liiimediately ¬
mediately after the adjournment of the thecity thecity thecity
city convention This is the reason for forthe torthe forthe
the selection of Chairman Martineau Martineauat
at this time UmeIn In order that he might get setthft gettl getthd
thft tl run of affairs before the conven convention convention convention ¬
tion A secretary will be chosen and andhoadquartera andhoodqunrters andheadquarters
headquarters opened without the loss lossof lossof lossof
of an hour The selection of Mr Mar Martineau Martineau Martlneau ¬
tineau means an aggressive campaign campaignALFF campaignALFF campaignALFF
Blasted the Beautiful Dream of Two TwoPatriots TwoPatriots TwoPatriots
Patriots PatriotsOne PatriotsOne PatriotsOne
One of the little llttl tragedies of the Ameri American American Amencan ¬
can convention yesterday one that was wasnot wailnot waSnot
not paraded before the curtain was wasthe wasthe wasthe
the strangling of the immediate politi political political political ¬
cal aspirations of C M Jackson and andJoseph andJoseph andJoseph
Joseph M S Cohen Both of these erst erstwhile erstwhile eratwhIle ¬
while Democrats Joined the American Americanparty Americanpart Americanparty
party It is said with the high moral mo motive mOthe motive ¬
tive of rescuing Salt Lake from the thefearful thetQarful thefearful
fearful grip of the hierarch By a a apo apocuhiar pe pecullar pcoulla1
cullar coincidence each n h reached the con conPage conolusipP on onol
ol olusipP JPi that J the f ouul f way Y t to r rescue esc tt the thePage 1 1i
i Qoni fage Page 2
former Ma Mayor ayor yor Nominated for Same position R ositi n at atQity ati atG1ty atGty
Qity Convention ConveutLonHi1esMoreton
w wHiles
i Wt WtHilesJoreton
Hiles HilesJoreton Moreton Aiff and Swenson Complete C mplete the tistMfames tistMfamesr ilist UstrUamesPreviously Names NamesV
r Previously Agreed On Go Through With WithPractically WithPractically VithPractically
Practically No Opposition OppositionAMERICAN OppositionI
I 11
+ + + + + + + + + + + H + 4 + + t + tt 4 + t + t + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + L + + + t + + 9 + + f + + + + + + + + + + t + + + 4 ± t + 4 4t +
1 I
+ f Mayor MayprEzra Ezra Thompson Republican Re ublican Piftjlf FlLUIVW PIfUiLiyad waid d dCity + I
+ City Attorney Attorno AttorneyOgden Ogden lIlies Democrat Denoera Ftftoward FtftowardCity Ftt FtttltwardCity WQrd WQrdCity +
+ City Recorder R cordorJohn < < John B More Moreton ton Republican Repub1f U1 Fifth ward wardCity wardCity wardCity +
+ City AuditorRudolpll Auditor Rudolph AUf HelubIfClUlirlrlICt Republican 1Tl Iflrsfc ward wardCity wardCity Jin JinCity
+ City Treasurer reasurerFrank easurerF Frank Sweoimn Sw RepubMcun e u Ifoyf 1o 1qytlt Jt tn ward wardt ard ardtiL1tliri1 +
LkLL AIIAI LAAJLJtk tiL1tliri1 L1kkk t L A J J LtJ L t J 4
r ZRA THOMPSON was named as a the thestandardbearer thestanqardboorer thei
EZRA i standardbearer stanqardboorer of the theAmrk American Americanparty Amoiicsuuparty > > u uparty
party in the city convention in the theGrand theGrand theGrand
Grand theatre U1eatre yesterday Y liiJterdlQ There was waspractically waspractically lis lispractically
practically no opposition opJ > Q8ttJon although aJth UCh J JW JV Jlv
W V Houston was S placed in nomination nominationand nomInationS nomInationSand
and withdrawn Ogden lilies for city cityattorney cityattorney cityattorney
attorney John B Moreton for city re recorder recorder recorder ¬
corder Rudolph AUf for city auditdfand auditdf audlldtiand audIttfi audIttfiand
and Frank Swenson Swen on for city treasurer treasurerwere treasurerwere treasurerwere
were named unanimously unanlmou ly This TItJaessentially was wasessentially wasessentially
essentially the ticket proclaimed on the Oiestreet thestreet t tstreet
street corners forvdays for days past pastThe yaatThe NUItThe
The convention from U tie e fall of ofChairman
Chairman J E Banners gavel in the theearly theearly theearly
early morning till the fall of the cur curtain curtam ¬ I
tain tam in the aternoon afternoon was dominated d by bya b ba
a sentiment of Intense hatred of the theMormon thelformon theornion
Mormon ornion hierarchy It cropped out in inevery inery inevery
every ery speech The air was heavilj heavil heavilobarged heavihcharged
charged with it throughout the two
long sessions It found its beat expres expressions expressions expressions ¬
sions in the most radical assertions of ofThomas ofThomas ofThomas
Thomas Weir H J DIninny Frank 1 1Cannon 1Cannon 1Cannon
Cannon Judge Ogden Hiles A J We Weber Weber e ebel ¬
ber and Samuel McDowell The most mostradical mostradical mostradical
radical statements received the great greatest greatest greateat ¬
est applause The rescue of thp rity ity
from the th domination of the hirranhy hirranhywas
was the keynote of every e eer er estressicu CJ > IreSSCiiiI
Delegates erovrded eiowded the lower floor floorthe r
I the convention onv hUonhaI1 hall at both bothOUH seaaionn seaaionnthe u uthe Ii Iithe t
the convention The Catherine wa wamade tv tvmade it itmade
made up at Jf many representative busi busimen bu buifle1 i in
n fle1 men fl many disappointed ofli ofliseeker Omf OmfseUN e eseebrs
seeker many professional Mormu Mormuhaters Monnuhatenl Morinohaters
haters and many smallbore politic poUtkiawho polItkiawho in i iwho
who are in the movement for wont > tnn tnnbe < n nbe nbe
be uiMtc w ms out of it It was neither atot al alnor ahonor v vnor
nor below the average city rtmveiuiuii rtmveiuiuiiof
of the old parties Few women w wpresent r rpresent rpresent
present The credentials coAiniu coAiniuwas COdImiuwas comsimitiwas
was not technical as to the right of a aplicanta aphicants ij ijpllcant8 > >
plicanta to seats seatsMuch Hlit8Much CatsMuch
Much Talk to Galleries GalleriesTalk GalleriesTalk GalleriesTalk
Talk made up 11 the large bulk of iin iinwork 1 ieWork j It Itork >
work ork of the convention The fact Hi Hithere 11 uiithere
there wa waa no fight for any tiomlnuixi tiomlnuiximade llOwlnaunmade IeJIfliflLLIlmade
made the naming of the ticket a piece p piecebyplay < <
byplay for the entertainment of ofgalleries iu iugalleries t I IgaHerieiJ
galleries The applause was a for the ni nipart mplirt a apart
part of the maoetoorder variety Hn Hnmony Halmony HjtInony
mony was IUI threatened but twi < e On oniwhen Onwhen Onwhen >
when Joe Cohen a convert i tit > f a da dngot dagot dagot
got the Mea that the rag air wb w b bln bslng inic in inplied a aplied 11 11he
plied to him b and once win n i iMatthews Prank PrankMatthews I
Matthews he withdrew Tthde t from the i s mace ce af afcity f Icity < > r rcity
city recorder to save his tilt frUndH lids from fromstultifying trOITIatulttfylnS fromstultifying
stultifying themselves themselvesI thettUlelveAdvDeateil themselvesAdvocates
I Advocates ef It the American cause cau e pr prfeas prfeu prfees < >
fees to be highly pleased with the oui ouicom OLJ I Iom Iom
com om of f the convention onv ntioll They promi L Lenter i ienter
enter the fight fiJ 1t with intns eutlusK < r rand P rdrd <
and an a supply UIIi3 of f ash despite the prejt prejtdrf prtJtt1r
drf t1r it t
Ezra Thompson thompson American A erican Candidate for Mayor MayorAPPEAL MayorAPPEAL MayorAPPEAL
The feature of the afternoojy session sessionprevious sessionprevious Sessionprevious
previous to the actual work of nomina nominations 11omhltions uomiuations ¬
tions was the speech made by exSenator exSenatorFrank exSen exSenatorFrank tor torFrank
Frank J Cannon now high priest of the theAmerican theAmer theAmerican
American Amer Can party Senator Cannon pre presumably presumably presuinably ¬
sumably addressed the convention but butreally butreally butreally
really talked to the few Mormons who whohad wb wbhad whhad
had slipped into the opera OIKra house to see seethe tieethe seethe
the Americans Amt > ricans Wrestle with the problem problemof roblem roblemof
of the hierarchy Mr Cannon made it itclear itclear ttclear
clear to the scanty scattering seatt Ig of Saints Saintsthat Saintsthat Saintsthat
that it was up to them tojoin to join the Amer American AmerIcan Amexlean ¬
ican party part He Invited them to be among amongthe Amongthe amongthe
the tens of thousands of Mormons who whowould wbuwould whowould
would flock to the American party partydrawing partydrawing partydrawing
drawing a picture of the th time when there tharewould therewould thuawould
would be no hierarchy and nothing but butan butan butan
an American Utah UtahThe UtahThe UtahThe
The former senator was seated ated in a box boxand boxand boxand
and when called on at 125 n I u m t te ad address d ddress xidress ¬
dress the convention conv ntion went before th tI foot footlights foOtlights foOtlights ¬
lights He said in part partA partuA partA
uA A year ago tonight tonightJust just about one oneyear oneyear oneyear
year ago agoI I pinned on my coat the Amer American American Amerlean ¬
ican flag of the American party J > 8rty of Utah UtabemU Utahano Utahand
and of the United States White WIll that em emblem emblem emblem ¬
blem has been sometime absent from frommy fromI frommy
I my m coat its sentiments have been always alwaysin alwa
in my heart the highest utterances that thatmy thatmy thatmy
my mind could conceive Uave flowed flowedi flowedfrom
i from my m pen to the Americans of Utah ttahi
i a This is very much No o Mans Mansl Mall Malllarty Mauisjart
l larty > artw and very ver much Every JJvet Mftiie par parmen p party r rt
t ty it Is very much this > I piiity 1V of aU W Wmcn wmen °
men who value V lue their 11 WonH wonfttahod hod and andhome andhome andhome
home mont mon than thnuthe the MpEe Ip 1peDtxIto JDIxko of any anyman anyman anyman
man who ever wore the robes of priest priesthood priesthood priesthood ¬
hood C C C CSome
Some Mormons M rmons Here HereThere HetcThere HereThere
There are ar some Mormons here Id Idlike Idlike Idlike
like to know what excuse ex Uie you haVe for forremaining torremaining forremaining
remaining outside the party p rh Id like to tohaye tohave tohave
have you ask sk your our own souls and give giveme gIeme giveinc
me your answer The Aw American AmeriCllnparty Americanparty rfc n nparty
party stands for noninterferenc n lnterfer ce of state statewith statewith statewith
with religion Thats what Mormon Mormonbegged Monnobegged Mormonsbegged
begged and prayed for for yeetps If the thenation thenation thenation
nation shall not come into the affairs of ofthe orthe ofthe
the church it is wdrth drth saying and fight fighting fightIng fightlag ¬
ing for that the cuurch shall not come com into intothe Intotho intothe
the affairs of the state The only wa wato ay ayto ayto
to get g t noninterference of state with withchurch withchurch withchurch
church Is to get nonInterference of ofchurch ofchurch ofchurch
church wjth etateSenator etate stateSenator etateSenator
Senator Cannon then went on to say saythat saythat saythat
that he would not recite the thecvpnts evfcnts which whichled whicled whichled
led up to the strenuous period of 1S00
1895 He related those events even He said saidthat liaidthat saidthat
that at that time the gentiles had ad the theMormons theMormon theMorrnon
Mormons in their power Itwa It wa for the thelatter thelatter I Ilatter
latter to hajv IH 1100 W political 1UtJcalwe w od d and drew drewpolitical drewpolitical I Ipolitfoal
political water waterHow waterHow waterHow
How did the Gentiles answer us Mor Mormons Mormons Mormons ¬
mons mons By appending their spte splendid dld sig signatures stgnatures signatures ¬
natures to the th petition which said to con congress congress congreta ¬
gress Forgive the past and give them themStatehood themtatcbood themtatebod
Statehood Now when whenGpntih Gentiles s say 1t8 they tfceycan tbeycan theycalm
can bear no longer that rule of trl trlximphant UItinjihant
ximphant 1 majority that it i is harder than thanthav thant1 thanlonger
thav t1 can OanJonger Ipngar longer bear bl b ar rjrera Jera you Cu be bel belWT1tkOr
r c cI
I 1 l lWT1tkOr ThMi dkor then suti4L r IJt ½ i 1k5J1i
Mormons ornlons flocked to the American pam pamthey pal palth V Vthey
they th y would be staying with a pohtkt pohtktmovement lol1ti lol1timove Iolitiernovewnt
movement move nt which the leaders could imc imcdefend 111deleM n ndefend
defend He said that a hierarch wa wabehind Wabehind wabehind
behind a movement or two and had been beeneven bf11even hoc hoceven
even before he and others had sinn givtnbirtM sinnbirtH givenbirth
birtH to the American party partyMrs vart vartMrs partyMrs
Mrs Schoff Said So SoHe SoHe Solie
He said id that litany had been di diafdio diafdioahippt feUov feUovahiDped v vshipped
shipped > d by the Mormon church and had hadBuffered hadjjuflered hadsuffered
Buffered social al and business towes Io eh k kcatwe b boaWe hcause
cause they dared to uphold tbe right rightfree rightfree < 1 1free
free speech s e b He said he and ethers a aso at atIK aeo > <
so IK conscious of the t ax that hangs uv U uour < t tour 1 1our
our hd ie d8 that we walk the streets in indaily illclaU ludaily
daily claU terror terrorThese terrorThese terrorThese
These men who feared tbey were going goingto
to be axed were heroes he said and uitdit lid liditwas
it itwas was they theywbo who asked a ked the support of the theformo theMormons
Mormons Mormonsi formo formoIt
If you ou are as pure and heroic h c as aswere you youwere YOliwere
were in the years between betw 1890 and isec isecand ISK ISKand 1S 1Sand
and if you protect those people eO Mor Ufo Ufomons tMormona Mormons ¬
mons they will come t01 e by thousands thO uii aliiby uit uitby < l lby
by tens of thousands and indeed I ted you youwill 011 011will a awill
will have Americanized Utah UtahKnocking UtahKnocking UtahKnocking
Knocking the State StateFollowing StateFoUowinK StateFollowing
Following Mr Cannons speech h com committee tommittee < oJm oJmmiUee ¬
mittee rer IfPGrts > orts were read and aixpied aixpiedThe ACCtPledTJte asceptedThe
The report of the committed on perma permanent f1ermanent permaneat ¬
nent organisation anlUon named H J 7 Diniuiiy Diniuiiyfor Dinh Dinhfor Dininyfor
for chairman to succeed Thomas Weir Weirt Wif14Inporary Wettnporari
t 14Inporary fnporary chairman cb irman J D Haginuu Hag mUll se seretarMo titreUirtto aertarto >
retarMo succeed u Walter alter W Little Lllt Bi Biports RIIJOrts B Bports
ports from the committee en cradentuis cradentuisifutd tractenthsaad rs4ents Ls Lsand
ifutd and on platform and resolutions re olutiu were nerealso y6realso werealso
also adonted adoatedA adontedAMen adontedAlen
A AMen Hen T Sanford and W V Muat Ftrf Ftrfwere ftrrwere FerrW014
were appointed a committee to escort M MDIninny MDininny I IDinlnn
DIninny t to the t chair Probably tb t the e ni rnInteresting i iInteresting 1llIteresUnz
Interesting assertion tlon made by Mr Dinu Dinuny Dill Dilln iJiutifly
ny n in accepting acceptl C the chairmanship was tile ttiefollowing tiletollowing tIC tICtoUowins
following followingAny tollowingAny I IAm
Any man wHo persuades hi friends friendsor rienaor
or relatives to come to this state un und undthe undr undrthe i r rthe
the aresent re ent circumstances clrcumt nces and Induces Inducesthem indullthem Inducethem
them to locate lOO te here does so under und faW faWpretenses fa fapreten5e faTcpretenses
pretenses pretensesAi preten5eJ
Ai J present pre ent said d Mr Dininny Salt Lake LakeCity LakCity LakeCity
City isnt mueh use excepting as a place placei philffor placefor
i for tourists to dee ee brooklined street > and andhear anthear td tdhear
hear tuna drop in the Tabernacle Mi MiDininny MIplniony MiPininny
Dininny had not verified his hi figures b bconsnltimc UcOM1lIUng beonsuitin
consnltimc with th the hotel men < numbered numberedIn d dIn
In the tb American party for he lamented lamentedthe
the fact that so few tourists stop hen henThey herThey bertThey
They passed Son on up said he Business Businesshad BUE Buhieshad lIts lItshad
had gone to smash and things look lookl looklpretQ luoktlpretty < 1 1pretty
pretty punk to him A few minutes later laterhe laterhe laterhe
he had an opportunity of listening to 0 a anominating anominaIng t tnomlnatJng
nominating speech for Ezra Thompson in ini inwh1ch iiiwhich
i which Salt Lake was shown to have haveemerged hatenieroo haveemerged
emerged front fronia desert de ert Into a city elt bavinstwice bai1ntwice bavins ba1ngtwice
twice the business ot any other of its itspopulation it itpopulation itpopulation
population This from a speech peec h driven dejivertctby > d dby dby
by George A Smith nominating Thompson Thompsonsix ThomplHsix
six years y r8 ago and read by b L D Marth Marthi
I The renort ot the committee 011 plt plaform t ttorm
form waaread was road by S i i P > Armstrong and andW ilDdW8a nd ndwag
W wag adoptfioXunanimously adopWd > unrmlrnousl It appears apl rs in infh inYuUo1 in1uliolsewhery
YuUo1 1uliolsewhery ewhcr
4usD 11111 i loe rusiord th s ceu Jf > L J Jf 111 111RIPoblfoon 1ia 1iaIt
RIPoblfoon It puhlloan fltord te Clmm commiti lH ta tar 4 r m mtn iM iMfiZoworka
fh fiZoworka works whe tn this n5rninthna ml atI I1 L 31

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