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I 4PPEN 4 or THE Hh i SALT LAKE JLL AKE = HERALD HERALD1i WEATHER WEATHER Possibly FOR showers showersEstablished BhowersSilver SALT IAKE IAKEPossibly LAI LAIor
¼ 1i I Silver 61 613c c P13r ounce ounceEILp
GopVar 1WQ1 cuatlru tlns16c 160 Per pound poundLeaV pOlJn pOlJnLand d
EILp LeaV Land In ore 5350 50 New York 54J u uSALT
Established June 6 1870 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY OCTOBER 13 1905 Price live Gents < dt
Another Revolting Mmider in New NewYork N NYork 1 1York
u bW YORK Oct ltTh finding flndin of ofmans ofmaltil
NEW 1 mans inzt head in East IStyktetw IStyktetwstreet iU Itteeath Itteeathtreet tee teestreet
street near avenue aven C aarly todi todiresulted sedrellulted todreut
resulted reut in the discovery dt at an a unusual unumalrevolting unU8tlally unU8tlallyr unusuallvoltIug
revolting r murder the victim of whk whkwas which whichMoS wk wkW
was W MoS Thomas Corcoran Corcoran wi wikilled wa wakllled w wkLlIed
killed probably last night in the noui nouiNo houNo kouNo
No 148 Third avenue Attar the th plckin plckinup pleklncup plekhup
up of the head the other portions oC th thbody tha thabody U Ubody
body were found cut to t place in til tilThird tbe tbeThird ti tiThird
Third avenue house The arras below belo1the belowt bslcthe
the t he elbow and legs eg below the knees ha habeen had hadbeen hibeen
been packed in a suit cane and the ton tonand torao toraoMud tonund
and remaining portions of the arms an anrgs and andgS aTiga
iga rgs gS were hidden in a clothe IJamper 1 1a In Inroom I Ia
a room occupied by Frederick Bauer Baueian Baueran Bauean
an elevator runner Bauer was arrestet arrestetHeard arreatedHeard arreteiHeard
Heard Noises at Night NightThe NightThe NightS NightThe
The point at which hleh the head he d was foun founi foun4 < I Ii
i S more than tha a quarter of a mile awe awafrom aWaVfrom awefoin
from 14 148 Third avenue The head wa waM was wasrapl Warapped
M t rapped rapl ed > in the Sunday supplement of ofGrrnan i iCarman I IG
Carman G rman newspaper and a blue and whit whits wblte81In whilirt
s 81In itrt The murder wa Waul dtaroverw dtaroverwthrough dist overe overeIIrough
through 10 rough a story stor told bj George lanoU lanoUv I Iho
v ho o had a room adjoining Bauers am amiiu and enILU 1
iiu rushed Into a pollee station to todaS tot4 tot4styIng < ta talying I Itilyl
lying tilyl that he had lain awake a e for bout hounHuenlng boutlhtening I
Huenlng to noises which whl < h he thought pret pro proHled pIOwled
< Hled t ted from Bauers room He said t tte taat ta ta1te I Ikle
kle < te last night he nead at least two mei meii 1It MC1I n 1
I 1 i < i larreDn larreHng in the adjoining rccm rccmShot rccmShot rccmIW
IW Shot Was Fired Firedne j
ne le i heard a shot and tha sound of JIOIftf scm om ome < j
e falling on the floor Then hen he won wont wt wtI
t sleep About 130 13 2 this th morning moring Lane Laaoliid Ialle Ialleodd <
7 odd he was wa awakened awkene by b strange rance noise noiseithe noi noisel I Ithe
l the room rm where the t It bot iot had ha b bard bs bsatd i
I ard art Twice a man opened the doe dooid dr drId doeT
T id went ent out and Lauole Lnole ope after hiD Iviniwake IVhIIwake < j
wake wakt listening for some sm time Umf dee deetmt de deMde deMdeut I
tmt I Utt some WHt nl of the thf gounfts ounf be heard heardiv har wer wernoises
> iv I noises n bltl of bones be being bi broken loken T Tuapicion ThL ThLsplelon j
uapicion llplcon caused cu him to notify nut th t tStory iw iwStory 1
Story of th th t SuspectIiur Suspect SuspectBauer SuspectBauEr
Bauer BauEr was found entering eutrln his roomb roombliolice rm mombDOIICO b bI
> > liolice Itolt and said ud to them themI tbemfound
I found my 1 room rom like Ik this thl when whenunite whe WhOUkt 1 I
unite Kt kt this thl morning mornio omin lie le U said ld that tht h hbrought he heI <
I broUbt brought two men to his room rm las lasi 1ut 1utiht lasigh
i iht ht one on a soldier Ild r Bauer Bur fell fel aslee asleeidle asliejiitk aep aepnile
idle these the e men talked tlke he h said aid d am amiu n nawoke d dh1
< iu h1 n he awoke the soldier Iller was gone goneavlnj gonsaving one oneYing
avlnj Ying the others body br bed as a the policy policyand plce plceunt polkAntI
and unt it i The police plc found foun thai tuU thaBauer thaBauerk Buer Buerks Bauer 1 1Ikii
Ikii ks k th right rxht arm rm of his hb undershir undershirtfi undeblrt undeblrtd
tfi d 1 ih lit tIe right lhth arm of an a outer shirt shirtvc wen wenvored f
vored vc red with blood blo A badly bly nicked nicke ra rawas r rawa
was wa found fou on top of a trunk ii iiIiurrs In Inrm IirLurs
Iiurrs room and a revolver olver with wit on oniamber QDe QDeal Qohmbsr
iamber al lbr empty a was ru also iso found in th thIT the theIY tbjTh <
Crime of Degeneracy DegeneracyBmer Degeneracyuer
Bmer uer who whole is 1 years y old is i employe employem empleo
m 11 elevator elevt man at the th Union nlon Stuartt Stuart ql
t to1 tn I and an when whfn he went to work wo tod to te4a te4awas
1 was sent It home bon becuus b tecjji of axtr etre etreotane axtrens axtrensugneeL m mt <
t ousnees otane An f xaminatiac of Cor CorIMa CorJt Cari4showed
IMa Jt tead i4showed snowed fUmn that tht he had hd o bci bciIn bn bntt hei1h
< tt > In InTI ti 7e 7eThe
The TI 1h police pU make te the allegation allaUop that tht ii iiv I 1 1V
v V is s a crime crme of decrnerucy defnertcCr Corcorar Corcorarnv n nn1
nv n1 tfl here htr from Ireland several vera Yean Yeanand vr vearitid
> and made Dld his hom in this U city cUywt wlJB wlJBmarried wiUnaarrleI
married larlt slater lie Ht was wal a ticket tcet tceton eh ehon ehi ehion
on the elevated eh atft railroad railroadJEROME railac raiivoadJERO I Ic
Jpmes JpIes W Osborne Nominated Nominaed b bNew by byNow bNow
Now York Demoomts for forDistrict fr frDistct forDistrict
District Distct Attorney AttorneyNew
New ew W York Get Ot 11 lJame 12Iamee James W Osborn Osborni Ohofle
i uierly m rb an a assistant aatant district dltrlct attorney atorny unAsitlnt un unAssistant unAssIstant
Assistant Asitlnt District Dtrc Attorney Atorey TVilltan TVilltani wnUamJerme
i Jerome Jerme was tonight nominated nominate fo foh fol
0 h l irict rlc attorney attrl3 by the tbf Democratic Dnloratc con conButton Cl contion
Button ton tion held in Tammany Tmntan hall hal Mr Ir Irle Os Osi OsflC
i > lie le accepted acllte and ad will 1 be b one of th thonent the theton tbonent
> ton > onent t > of Mr r Jerome who ho is I makini makiniin
in I independent indepndent campaign cmplp for reelection reelectionier fe1Un fe1Unt
t I ier nominations noollntl made by b the coven covent cven cvenI coventonht
t tonight tonlsht tonht included includedr lnluo
r justice jUife of the thf supreme upme court Henn HenriUlidersEeye
1 Uildersteeve Glde1leev George Geoe L Ingraham Inxrhm an anJ and andJ eriEJ <
J < ph E E Etur JCewburger JCewburgerFur Nelrer NelrerMherlf
Fur sheriff Mherlf Nicholas Nlbolas J Hayes HayesMr Ha3e
Mr It I r Osborne brne has hs been hn prominently promilnU men ment menird
t ied Itd along alnx with wlb two or three thr other ohr at atneys attYS at1y8
neys tYS as the thepossibIe possible pble opponent oppnent of Mr MrT r rT
T T 1 nine lme on the Democratic DmoraUc county cunty ticket ticketacted tcket ticketatted
acted ade as a prosecutor preutor in the Molineau Molineaui Molneaux Molneauxj MoIlneauPatrick
i Patrick Patk murder murer trials trialsicholas tils tilskhola trialsIthol
icholas Ithol J Hayes Hae who is I nominated nominate fo foriff for fora foirltt
riff a 1 Is 1 at atpt pc preept sept pt flr s commission conunlasioneiihe commissionu
< u i the he city cty The Te platform platorm adopted adopte wai waiJUT w wair
JUT r indorsement ildo ment of the one ont adopted aopte las lasfrek lut lutU leate
U I frek te k j j y th Democratic Demorti city convention conventionSAVED cnventin cnventinCt conventionSAVED
Eureka E reka Woman Displays Cool PreSence PreS Presence Prcsence
ence of MindI Mind MindKa MindKa
Ka I > sville 51 Oct Ot 12 1The The cool 01 presence p M e o oHnd of ofld cind <
Hnd ld nd of Mrs M1 Ada Muntz luntz of Eureka Eurek ureka saved savedh avt
h tlf r 2yearold 2yeold nephew Walter Waler Odd Od from froma tu tua trovehorrible
a horrible horrble death d ath by fire tr this thl morning mornln The Thehiid Te Telld Thiitild
hiid lld was wal playing piayI with his hb brother bther New Newman NewnUt Newfluin
nUt man 1 and an two other children chidrn behind bhlnd the theh
h v barn br on the premi pemlt premlees e of his father fatherCarles fther fthertrle fathererIee
Carles trle Odd Od about abnt It W l oclock ocok thin morn mornIt
It Newman who is I 4 years earl old struckmatch struck struckmatch atuck atuckmatch
match and 1 iet M fire fre ire te t the the hay The Thefimies Thefltnieg
fimies flmes almost amot Immediately Immiatfly leaped up upi upIund u uund
i < und > the te children chld The Te youngest ounp leap t child ehiUUv ehUddter childafter
v alter was I at the th Umt tl In in a small I en enisure enure enure
isure ure bf b the barn brn barnS and when Mrs 11 MunU MunUsi Mustithe
si I the tle flames and ran rn from the howT how h ht
T the sheds shea she he saw but bt the three thre call calln cl
1 n 1 These The she carried carie out of the flames flamest f
t a place of safety Then came the thei
ple stet te teI
i I I ught of the thf little ltl boy b who she aie knew knewi kae
i i been bn with wih the other children chilr Turn Turnbak Trn Trnba Turnbask
bask ba she he found foun him bl lying down no too toot
I < hten htfner htened rt to amve JUve with the flames fme al ali
i si t surrounding aurrLnUnK him htm Another Anher minute minutec
c 1 he would have been bn beyond byod aid but butwas butwal butwas
was wal carried ejrrirt out unharmed unharmedi nbrmtd nbrmtdfirt
i U fin ir deritp dtltrm dto r > > ed e the bam br and an sheds ahedsh 1
i h the cunteiits UIt ht consisting eultng of hay ha bar bari lr lrSUI hertt
i ss ftc tt The Tht animals w wr pr re released releasedi relel
i sav savd v d Tin Til Im Kaysville Kayvle Canning com comi
I i DV Y and aJd the th Kuysville KIsvle Milling MiIlhs mlO company companytheir companytheir Mpn Mpntejr
their tejr entir tllit force furc ree of men me to fight fiht the thei theand
i and iheae 1t t with thirty thlrt men from frm the thei te
1 i wn RUco KU1dei ULdfll odeil in Raving svin adJacent ad1eet prop propThe propnit rop ropTIl
> C The TIl loss was about abut JJSO G No Incur insurixlay InurIa Incur415y
ixlay Ia wax Wal Mr Odds O birthday birtdy birtdynhr an4 an4nbera an4I
I nbera nhr of his hu hL family tU including Incluin Mrs Mrsa
a 4 Mumz lul1 < > f Er Eureka Mr and a Mrs Mr WIN WINt WII W11 W11I
I t a Odd OJ of Salt Sl Lake Lkt Mrs ll Alto AI Allan Mit It ItI
1 l 1 11 of Boise DIt Ida Id Mrs n Eliza Ela RnbIonBiav4tfOot Robinson RobinsonBlackfoot
f Blackfoot B8 kfot I4 ld Ida and an Mrs 1 William WUla of ofintifui ofwttul ofiitItui
> intifui wttul were wer here hre to celebrate clfte the day dayrt daylil dayuli
rt uli lil him himDEATH blm him himDEATH I II
Child Chid Wanders From Home and Falls Failsin FallsIn Fals FalsIn
In Irrigation Ditch DitchCoalvftta DitchlovUl DItchoalvWs
lovUl Coalvftta Oct Ot 1Yesterday 12 1Yeateda1 Yesterday afternoon afternoont1 anernn anernnt
t t1 infant lant girl rl of Mr tr Thomas Thoru Xto Rtobton of ofT
T IIyt2vIlio wa was drwe drownd ID te the Hoyt 1toyt 1toytlie
Jftitl 11 lie le irrigation ditch A large lle stream trea of ofMater ofter
Mater tie H ter Irrsto flows fow tn 1 this til ditch dltb which is only onl a aurt aurt art
urt rt distance diitnc buck tk of Mr Rlshtons nbhtoD rest rwitce t resttCC
tce The Th child was wl a little lite over vr 1 year yeari yearand
i t and in i some amt manner mnr escaped the ao aoi noof
i of itc 11 J mother lother toddled todl eap to the ditch dieb and andi
i t u i in I The Tie body by floated ted down the th stream streamir stram
I ir about half ha I vi mite mil when it I was wa din disvered dleI dinvered
I 11 vered by Mrp 1M Bowen Ben and an pulled pule out outi outtbl outthe
i the ditch Life Lf was extinct extnt when wh the theb theioy
b 1 dy tbl was dtch rec rC v r re rej Hl Dr French Frenc was im imhlld hnmdiaey tinuvdlately
uvdlately ioy surnvrnned aU ronfd but or e1 course the thehUd thebud
mdiaey hUd was beyond PI medical mflcl aid The Te mother mothernearly motherte
i te nearly dlutr dlutrMr dhtIt
Mr lr and Mr I T Frencb Frtnh of r PetMan PetManr pe peY
Y al are r 81 81Mr AI K a f f rsv J weeks wtekl in ittills inlew inle
ills lew le IVIIh N t th > son on l Dr > r U W V Fr FnTiey FrTle FrTve
Tiey Tle hitve 1Ift vixiid Cld tLd tlit tt vOiisi OOl ciu cilii s mdhe md Id Idtle endthe
to the he their fair far horn hom homeI at Portland 1tand I wtland and ad are returning returningto rurning rurningtQ
sai S e of o Ar Artuge AJ itage geMathews Mathews La Layif Law La3It
1 yif tend loltiCin loltiCin1INDICTMEN Politician PoliticianINOICTMEfit PoliticianuINDCTMEI
fi tI EW f RJ 0 ° J HPu iflatser thor than fa faJ tace tacetrla t tF1
N F1 J trial on p Ute te Indictment Ildttmet charging chrfDg hi hithe him himwiU Ii IiItndiiJ5tJ7
from fromthe fr frtire
wiU ItndiiJ5tJ7 U aldn taking money
the Weas W estate Armitaxe Arml e Mather Matherlawyer 3Lathelawyer
lawyer llwye and an secretary rear of the county cunty countypubllcaij 3 3publican te tepublia
publican committee committed suicide suicideJumpIvsfrom 1 1jumping by byJumplnltr
publia emlte cmfU
Jumplnltr JumpIvsfrom jumping from a a window wlow in his apartmen apartmento apartmenJa apartmenJato
to a srtan te pavement Pvemnt in the court curt yai yailie yaM yaMHe yeHe
He struck on his h1 head hed fracturing frcturing tl tlskull the theakul t tskull
skull akul aM died in a short time the Mathevwho Mathews Mathewswho Mathewho
who wa w wps aeuug young man had advanced advance ra raidly vaidly
idly id both hi tt the practice of his l1il profei profeision profshun
don and bt to I politics Dracte He was wa a friend friendformer friendFormer of ofForme <
former Forme li Governor fltls Black and of Abrahai AbrahaiGruber Abrham AbrahaGruber
Gruber Grubr and Gnrnor they th were ere loyal to him bintiti i itate in inw
tate trouble acting as legal advisers adviser an andoing and andd atdoing
w trJQle a
d doing lh all they could to aid him to obtal obtalthe obtin obtathe
al tey
the change chng of venue from frm this count countfor countrto countfoz
for to which he applied The change chau chauevenue e c cvenue ot otvenu
venue venu whb was denied denie aple yesterday Yetera and trial trialthe tril trialthe of ofthe
the ease O eas was set t for today toay before btore Justic JusticDavy Justce JuathDavy
Davy in the criminal branch of the ciPromo si sipreme suIrem
Promo court Early this morning morting Matrms Math Mathnu Matiews
ms Irem received a s seclal lial > ecial delivery delvery lettei letteiAfter leter letertt lottetter
After tt tter r rvP readier rd it I his hit housekeeper houskepr hear hearhim heard heardhim heathim
him so to a bath room and open a wir wirdowr wtidOw 1n 1ndOw
dOw dowr
Down Down to Death DeathA Deathfew
A 4 few ew neuoflds < os later he Jumped jum to hi hirrur his histh Ii Iidenti
denti I verel t teuapts napt la a bWe house In the thenUr ti tirear
rear of Iv1 + Matbews apartments aprtmnt saw W hiJump hi him himJnlp litunvp
Jnlp Jump unvp A A doctor oeto tqw t was hurriedly hurrely summon nummoneibup summonbu sulmone
bu bup could cl do 44 nothing u Oain and Mathews Mathewf di diIn dlcu dlcuIn die dieIn
In a few f minutes minutesMaib udnute urinatesMn4sews
Mn4sews Maib i 8 wH was u indicted last lat May Iay o ocharges on onhMe thare
charges hare of conspiracy and grand larcen larcenSiowing laren laren14wlla larcengiuwitig
Siowing 14wlla out ot cprey of the looting lotng all of the Veisw Welcaestate Veiswestate Velsl Velslt
estate t tte c which 1hlh David RothschiU RothschiUwrecker RotsQbid RotsQbid1r flothscbibsrecieus
1r wrecker Irtor inhstitretor of the federal feder bank hauk was a ad adIrtor et etinhstitretor < 3 3Partners
Partners in Prison PrisonRothschilJ PrisonRotbsistIJ
RothschilJ John W Woolen Woteu and an Law Lawyer 1evyer
yer el Samuel Sael u L Ferguson Fergsn were all indictc indictcwith Indictedw Indictcwith
with Mathews on the same m charges chargesl chart cliariwothmhfld s shd
l w Olhachfid Mathtwt is I now DO serving rlM a long term i istate In Inte Istate
state te prison prln hd for wrecking wreking the Feder Federbank lie Federbenk er 1 1and
bank and Wooten ooten was al convicted envlote in Juno Junand Junoad Jutand
and ad sentenced euten to nine nin years ears and fiv fivmonths five fivemOthll1 fi fimonthaIi
monthaIi months mOthll1 in Stng SingWooten Sing SingWooten Sin
Wooten Wote1 wa was B kept In the Tombe Tomb as aspoMSibio 4 aspossible
possible important witness against 1lnt Math Mathews Matiens ath athew
pmlibf wlne
ews ew Ferguson Yeuson irptalt was also al8 expected expeted to b ba be ii iia
a ewe witness tn for to the prosecution proscuton of Math Mathews Matiewe MathWere
Were to Share the Plunder PlunderMathewa Plundert PlunderMnthew
t Mathewa Maths was the local Jl representative ntatve o othe t tthe of ofth
the Bankers Surety Suret company of Cieve Cieveland ClevlMd
th Bnker cmpny
land hld which hld was U on Rothschilds RoMhUd bond fo for IswIic
101090 06 wIic as administrator IdmlnltratoI of the Weiss Weissestate Weicctate Yell Yelleatatt
eatatt estate It was wal agreed by the four for accuse aceueemen acue accusemen
men aooordinr to the th indictment htdlctment thaRothschild that thatRothbld theRothschild
Rothschild meo cin was to have sole sl possession possessionthe o othe of oftbe
Rothbld the estate Ntatl and that whatever hatever pon money h hborrowed he hebwed iiborrowed
borrowed associate associateMathews bwed asoeIateMathews on 01 an it i I was wa ai to be b shared ahare by b hi hiassociate hi hIasoeIate
altc altcMtbews Mathews Mtbews was al at one time an assistan assistandistrict asatnt asatntI assistand1atrbt
I dltrli district attorney He served sred three term termas termMI termas
I as A mmtH member of the board brd o ot alderman aldermanTwo aldemun aldermerTwo i iTllO
Two TllO jewra Jel eurs riap he h wan at made secretary ltr o othv ot ottbc Cth
thv th iounty tT 1 Reubfl Rt > jublifan aiv coramlttea ct j AfteRotlMehJld AtteRothjehjld Afte Ateri
i RotlMehJld Ro ld was wal convicted conete ubllan and a sent lent to Sinting Sin Simding SinI
I ding in he h drew I up on bits bit of paper pr papercones i iseries a aI
I series cones rlf of Htemtl attemertti ttmtemf nt in which hieb he accuse accittaeilmhews 8CO accusetuLhee
1 ilmhews btht af baying bail a share in the luotint lootim long
ft 6 < the Wetesel Weleel estate te Eventually Evetu th thiatemeuiM t tstewnL tjs4eteusepts <
iatemeuiM neaolMd rect District Dtrct Altorney J Jotrie Je Jeronte
stewnL otrie and RotharhfW Joblf rc was wa t brubt brouht > rou AtOIe bt to Ke KeYork NeiYork
York a to t t tttf stifr r asainst Mathew MathewDEATH ila Mathwl thews thewsDEATH
Blood Poison Ensues From Woun WounReceived Wound WoundI WoundReceived WournReceived I
Received Four Months Ago AgoTUchfieW AgoRihfiel AgoRichfIeld
RichfIeld Rihfiel Oct Ot 12 1Nlels ltNiels Niels Anderson A ern on onf one oneof oneif
of > f Elsinores Elsinor oldest and respected relJte dti dtius cll cllr cliiIenl
Ienl us died di Monday after an illness o oour ol olour
tou our months mont during durinI which wbih time tme he suf sufered IUt IUtI uf ufered I
ered a great rL deal of agony from an in inected Intee ineeted
I fer tee ected wound in one o of his It fingers tne The Theland Thesand
bnd land arm and Jd finally finly the whole body bodyecame by byI bodyecarne
ecame affected and badly bdly swollen swolen The Theleceased Thede Theloceaad I
bme afete
I de leceased was wa a native natve of Denmark and andfas andwa andsas
wa fas 67 6 years yer of age He came cme to this thisounty tnlsC1t taletOflty
C1t ounty about abut thirtythree tbirtythre years yen ago ag lo loadng 10catne loating
adng first at Brigham Brgham City Cit Threerears Three Threeears Thre I
catne ears later he moved to Elnor Klainore and ad has hasived lu baaived s slve
yen ltr h move
lve ived th there ever since sinc He leaves leves a wife wifemd wltean wifetnd
an md eight children ehldren all al but two of whom whomire whomare whomire
are ire married marriedJohn marriedJohn
John marre Nebeker Neber and James Jame Brown jr jrutd jrhd Jrtad
I hd tad a fuss tu while whie working workin on a I threshing threshingiwne threhing threshingnachine
macbne nachine Tue Tuesday ay monl moni1u Brwn Brown made madecne mde mdee I
iwne e remarks rmark about abut Netxej iebekeri e ekers work workhkh workhkh workiIvkb
hkh the Utter took exceptions to He Helourishad lielourlahud I
hkh Ii ter too excPtins
flourah8 lourishad t a pitchfork pichfork and Brown Brownrabbed Brownab Brownaebbed I
rabbed a rack rk stake stke and aD started ltarte after afterlebeker ater aterI tfterIebeker
I ab Nebker lebeker dealing dtalnK him several evtrl blows blowshere blws blwsTbee blowshere
Tbee here was one o e big gash about abut font Inches Inchesone Inche Inelsenung
Ilot one ung cut across acro the ph back bck of Nebekers Nebekerslead Nebker1 Nebker1i NebkCF5Lead
i hea lead a I lump luf as large as ai a hens egg was wasaised WI wcaised
I aised on another anohr place plce a cut was wa made madeiver madeover madevet
over ta1 one eye and one cheek chek bone bne skinned skinnedmber iklnn skinnedestdea
be estdea a stpmher mber b of other bruises brul J Jurreet I It Itook
ook five 1ttChe stitches to sew up the alp scalP scalPround
to tn Uc
wound Brown hu bn been p p1cced ac under underart underirent I
art urreet for assault aul and ad battery batteryA bter
A Republican Repbl n primary primal has ha been bn called calledor ane I Ifor
for or Thursday Tursduy evening evenlnl Oct Ot II 1 1M5 10 1W at at3t at3S I
3t at the county cunt court house houi for the theurpose te teur theurpose
urpose of nomnating nonnaUng candidates for the theowing theoiwiri I IOin
Oin owing oiwiri ur eltn etccton election lion for the city of Riohfteld RiohfteldMarriage R RthfIeidMarriage hte
Marriage licenses 1kt8werel were issued Monday Mondayo Mond
to o Ii Mrl Martin artm Madsen asen and Georsiw Ger M Olson Ol of ofilonroe otlortroe I
ilonroe Peter F Olson O on of Koosharem Koosharemod lo0mrm lo0mrmI
od EHda Pter Ponlson Poultn of Richfield Rchfa and Mil Milard Mi Miird U I Ilar
I al ard Elda Hatch Hat h and Dttgney Tgey o Olson Oln of Ko Koharem Reoharem
I lar harem The first named Dame couple were werenarried We8 weresarried I
sbrtm narried at their home in Monroe Monro andhe and endbe
mane the he other two courses cou went ent to Meatueeday Meat Mantiuesday aa I
I uesday and were r married mrie in the temple templeIll
I Tuay An Ill II are well known pown young people pople of their theirespective the theitecpr
t espective ecpr tv tlve towns lwna and of highly lhl respected respeeteuSOLDIERS repet repetpnt respectedsrentc
srentc srentcOLOIERS
pnt pntt
iroken Glass GiS and Blood Follow Folow Pay Payday Payi Payday ¬
i day at Fort Douglas But No NoOne NoI NoOne
I One Is Seriously Injured InjuredPayday InjuredPayd InjuredPayday
Payday Payd at Fort Fot Douglas brought brucht broken brokenlass brokenI brokenlass
Xld lass and trouble in Salt Lake By mid midight midnll midlght
I nll ight t four privates rvlteg from the post pt were werei
111 i the city Cil jajl and ad C S Branning Brnnmr a acal aloat ateal
loat > cal restaurant rstaoret man ma was nursing nuring a a bad badlacerated badI badlacerated
I lacerated arm armV ariav
I W V lcrte B Davis aln alnI and Fred Fre Bars Rar of the thewentyeixta thewentynixib
wentyeixta B Dav United Cnle 2 sates > ates ate artillery artillerytixed artUe artUemlxrd artillerylxed I
T mlxrd tixed ntx matters in a First Firt South Suth street streetitoon stret streettioqit
itoon and sniashed ashe a window wndow glass glas du dung duag I
ring ng Q the melee Patrolman Patolman Bmil Emi ml1 Canaan Carlsonaptured Crlln Canaansptured I Icapture
aptured t mee both after ale a long Ins chase chaseC cha I
capture C Landsburg Lnbr and Peter Milner Uner fought foughtn folht folhtI foughtSecond
I on n Second South Stb street at until uti Patrolman Patrolmanhonias PatrolmanThoma Patrolmanhomes
Thoma homes snd Simpson Shnpn pried pri them tem apart aprt and andlaced andaced
laced th them m under nder arrest arrsetDreaming arrestBranning arr arrI
I Dreaming tlem who ho runs rns a chile chie con carne carnearlor cane caneI cameerlor
I arlor Branng on o Second Secnd South Sth street thrust thruetis tbrt thrustflat I
j plor hl is flat ft through thrugh a window wndow while whie trying tryingeject tryln tryingeject
his lilauntry hisDuntrys
to eject t a boisterous biserus defender defeder of I
Duntrys untry fi flag g Brannings wrist wris was wasdly wasull wasidly
county idly cut tl aHa It I was necessary nesR to take takeIne take takein I Inine
nine Ine in ull stttchSH sUtcb al in the wound woundROBBERY woundROBBERYTHE
Clew lew to tho Mysterious Murder of a aWoman aWoman aWoman
Woman at Kansas City CityKansas CityKn CityKansas
Kansas Kn Gty Ctt Oct Ot 12 1A itA A clew clw in the thelystertous theI theysterleijs
I U lystertous murder Muner case c of Mrs ln i isrlsUne ISiu ISiuhrisUn EIbtChrtaUJtIl
ChrtaUJtIl hrisUn JjeoBon whose wh body was Yo road foandi foundthe
hi i the weed we da in the southern part of ofic ofthe ofn
1 the ic n city on Sunday Sun liY last was discovered discovorsddaY discovered4ay tliMoveredt04ao
t04ao daY in tb the finding of the womans womansunk women c cunIt l lI
trunk unIt at a boarding house in the down downwn donI downwu
I I town > wn district The woman had been beenordered beenI beenundered
murde ordered d on ov Friday night last la soon soontter lJOonalter soontsr
I alter tter Bite na4 married Charles Henaon Henaonho
who ho has sioea 505 dIsappeared The womans womansunk womanstrunk womansunk
I trunk unk foriM fos vd today bore evidence 8ld nC8 of hex havig ha halinG hexg
ig g b bees n robbed It had been takenvto takenvtote take l to totbe toa
linG tbe te boarding house on Thursday last lastM
the M day d before beffre the niurdar by o two menIt men menat menODe
1 ODe at It of f wb whm tt had eii eIIbtlwd Bi < l a room for forweak fortl furweek
tl week B Beth Jt Ui of the men disappeared en ene enthe ona
the e following fUow1 day and no trace of them themHS thembltl themisbeen
bltl HS isbeen been found
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fltDresnt is to rustle
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i I a thug or to get a vot vote foejii otJiIJ 11 11but C I 11O4 11O4I
I but could not do both WhIeh whlehwopld 9Ptd 9Ptdou Iz I
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tbeaeda1s Q If YOU ou should arrest a man alltYA alltY ro MAYOR MAYOR7i
7i A A I do not I am onths on tha abimp huP r and l he should promIse to vote ote for forfor
4 ci for L L3nch nch most most of th the tftn time > Lypclv eh what would sour out d1t be bej beijA
ijA j As I understand m my duty at atj
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c II1 pollee department departmentA
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want ils whatLnch wants that thatgoes
goes U1esc das dasQ
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STRONG TERM TERMMerchants TERMSMerchants TRMMerchants
Merchants Rise Up Against the Ii Iisurance In Insurance Ivsurance
surance OfficialsPUNISHMENT Officials OfficialsPUNISHMENT OfficialsPUNIHMENT
ttji1 T YOXU oRK RK Oct tThVrferchaiiu tThVrferchaiiuassoeiatfam l1W Mereau MereauIll rch fttaj fttajUIIOelaUon
Ill NEW assoeiatfam of Xpw N Nw York through it itboard I Iboard Itboard
board of directors today adopt adoptresolutions adopted adoptedresolutions adopteresolutions
resolutions calling on the district attor attorney attorney
ney of New York county to ascertaii ascertaiiwhether aseertaliwhether
whether an indictment cannot be founcagainst found fOUHIugalnat
against 8 lnst officers orf1c I8 of life insurance com comnames companies cornpatties
names who have contributed the fund fundof fundsof fundof
of the companies to the political campaign campaigicommittees campaigncommittees campalgicommittees
committees The association aa also askithat ask askthat
that civil action be instituted by the state gtattattorney stateattorney statattorney
attorney general looking lookln to the restitu restitution restitution reetitution
tion of the moneys so contributed IT ITaddition In Inaddition iiaddition
addition to the adoption of the resolution resolutionthe re olutlonsthe
the Merchants association adO i tlon announced thaiDistrict theDIstrLt thai thatDlBtri
District DlBtri t Attorney Jerome would be re requested vsquested I IqUealted
quested to reconsider rec Mlder his determination determinationnot
not to ask lIk for an extraordinary aessioi aessioiof se sesslotof lol1 lol1of
of the gram grand jury to consider the th matte matteiat matt mattat matteat
at this time timeStrong UmeStrong timeStrong
Strong Resolutions ResolutionsThe
The resolutions are in part as followsWhereas follows iQlIowsWh8rea fQItowsTbsress
Whereas In the judgment of this thisboard thisboard thutboard
board the excuse offered for these pay payments payments paymanic ¬
ments violates every ever sound principle o obusiness ot otbusiness ol olbusiness
business morality and would justify ju tlf the tinillegal theUle theIllegal
illegal Ule al diversion of public and private privatetrust privatetrust privatitrust
trust funds of every ever description andVhereas and andWhereas i iVhereas
Vhereas The penal code provides in insubstance itSubstance
substance that any officer director true trusitee trWitee truetee >
tee or manager man er of a corporation who in intentionally IntenUonally intentlonaiiy ¬
tentionally appropriates or causes es to be beappropriated beapproprlatttl beappropriated
appropriated any of its funds to his own ownuse ownUse owruse
use or to that of any other person than thanthe thanthe thatthe
the true owner or person entitled tc the thebenefit the1H thebenefit
benefit 1H nEtlt thereof steals such property and andis andfa andIs
is guilty of larceny and andWhereas andWh andWhereas
Whereas Wh rtas This board believes that the theinterests t1eIntertits theInterests
interests of the community demand that thatthis thatthbi thaiLhis
this misappropriation if a crime should shouldbe shouldbe
be visited with adequate punishment that thatlaw thatlaw thatlaw
law should be enforced irrespective of ofthe oftht ofthe
the station of the offender and thatnothing that thatnothing thatnothing
nothing would be more operative as a acheck acheck viheek
check upon corrupt use of the money ofcorporations of orcOlporlttions oforporations
corporations than conviction of the of offender offender offender ¬
fender as a a common thief thiefJerome thl thlJerome thiCJerome
Jerome Called Upon to Act ActResolved ActhRe ActResolved
hRe Resolved That in the opinion of this thisboard thisboard thisboard
board prompt and energetic en lgeUc steps st P8 should shouldbe shouldbe shouldbe
be taken by the district attorney of the thecounty thecount theounty
count county of New ew York to ascertain whether whetherin
in indictment cannot be found against againstthe againstthe againsthe
the presidents of such uch companies and andother andother andther
other ther officers concerned in said payments paymentsand pmentJand
and that it la the opinion o lnion of this tb board boardthat boardtltat boardthat
that the attorney general of the state stateshould stateshould stateehould
should institute civil proceedings for the thereturn thereturn theeturn
return of said sums sum to the treasuries of ofLhe oftbe ofhe
Lhe respective companies companiesFORMALLY companiesFORMALLY companiesen
W R Hearst Heads the Opposition Oppositionin
in New York YorkXew YorkXew YorkNew
Xew York Oct It 1WlUlam William Randolph RandolphHearst UandolphHearst Randolphlearat
Hearst was nominated n mlnated for mayor of New Newfork NewYork Neweork
fork tonight tonightat at a convention of the Mu Muilcipal 1IuriJclpal MuIuIpal
ilcipal Ownership league and allied or organizations orcaDlzaUona oranlzatIonc ¬
ganizations held in Carnegie hall The Theconvention Theconention Theonventlon
convention yas vs a popular one the public publicgenerally pUblicceneraJly publicenerally
generally being invited The accommo accommolations accommoat1oni I Iatums
lations at1oni of the big hall were taxed to the theimit theIImt thehit
hit and the th crowd outside out ide the build buildnx buildin buildrig
in nx was estimated at several > thousand thousandMr thousandIr
Mr Ir Hearst was tendered the nomia nomlaUon nomiaion nomiaion
Uon ion several says ago by the committee committeeif
ot if t seventeen StWent ell ot the Municipal Ownership Ownershipeague OwnershiplealUe Ownershipague
ague and accepted tonights action be beng beIn beFig
In ng in the nature of a ratification There Therevas Therewali Thereas
vas as a number of informal speeches dur durng durIng dunrig
Ing ng the meeting In all ll of which the pres present present presnt ¬
ent nt city administration and the eandi eandilates candidates candtateg
dates on the Democratic D mocrMtic ticket were werosharply wereIsempty wereHarply
sharply attacked attackedJudge att attackedJudge ed edJuhe
Judge Samuel Seabury nominated Mr Mrlearst MrHearlt MrIearst
learst amid much enthusiasm The dele delerates delesate ddeates
rates cheered h red and waved flags the dem demnistratlon demonstration demustration
nistratlon continuing for several min minttes minutes mm mmtea
tea utesThe ttesThe teaThe
The convention then named nanH d former Stato StatoSenator StatoSenator Statoenator
Senator John Ford for city cit comptroller comptrollertftd
lid J O Phelps Stokes St kes for president of ofhe otthe oflie
the he board of aldermen aldermenUTAH aldermenUTAH
UTAH GETS MEDALS MEDALSducational MEDALSEducational MEDALSducational
ducational Exhibit Awarded All AllKinds AllKinds AllKinds
Kinds of Prizes at Portland PortlandA
A C Nelson state superintendent rlntendent of ofhool ofschoobi ofebools
schoobi hool yesterday received the following followlnsletter followingtter followingred
letter tter from ProlMSQr L A Otren di director diector
rector of Utahli oduc otluestlonal tlonal exhibit at atPorUaDd atortland
PorUaDd PorUaDdhave ortlandl
l have the honor tu Inform you Ou that thatthe thatlie
the lie state ot Utah has received eight goldvednls gold goldmedals
medals highest aWflrd nine silver med medals mcdIs
als Is elCht ght bronze medals and honorable honorablemtRdon honorableimition
mtRdon imition In live other eases We have haY6fared haveireel
fared red well wellltt itt oonjpetltlon aOIDpatttl n with other jothejid otherteted othe othet4tS
teted t4tS The t tjirod ro 8tato IOhools s hols Ogden Ogdenand Ogdenad
and id Salt Lafedrew LaJlodrewgoll Lake drew gold medals I pre preurae preflume preevine
flume you ou saw the list that Mr Clawson Clawsonfired Clawsonwired Clawsonired
fired down
Governor General Gener 1 of the Philippines Grows GrowsDiscontented Discontented With WithPlaying Withi WithPlaying
i j
Playing Second Se ond Fiddle Fiddloto to Secretary Taft Taft and Will WillRetire WillRetire I
Retire About December 1
A I i ASHINGTON Oct 12 1 12By By reasonV reason n nof
W V V F of what appears appoorsto to be dissatis dissatisfaction dlsfttlsfaotlon dtastttlsfaction ¬
faction with the situation sltu 1t1on In the thethe thetire he hethe
the Philippines Luke E EL Wright rriht gov governor sovernor gorernor ¬
ernor general of the Philippines and andpresident andpresident
president of the Philippine commis commission comlnsIon conuthedon ¬
don Ion will retire from that position postt1bnIIbout postinI positionabout
I about dIe 1st 4f f December General General1Vrsht GeneralWright
1 Wright ly expected to arrive in the theUnited theUnlled theI
I United States tates during d durtn r1nS that thatiwafltItIedto jmmth onthp an antitledto
iwafltItIedto titledto tJt1ed to six sicm1ss4egyo m > fthieaTe J 1Ii llV8 of mb mbi lbllence tb tbaence
i aence prior to the formal relinquish relinquishment r rdhiviqtijsliinent linqui1hment
ment of his labors as governor gener general general ¬
al It Is understood that he expects expectsto
to return to Memphis Tenn to re yesume resume rei ¬
i sume the practice of law lawPresident JaArPresident lawPresident
President Roosevelt and Secretary SQCretar SQCretarTaft
Taft it is believed have decided upon uponthe uponthe uponthe
the successor to General Wright but hutno butno
no Intimation has been permitted to be become become become ¬
come public as to his identity It can canbe canbe cane
be e stated reasonably definitely deftnitel that
General Wrights successor will not be bea beman bea
I a man now no connected with the com commission com1nisslon cornmission ¬
mission missionGovernor 1nisslonGpvernor missioncyvernor
Governor cyvernor Wright and lnd Mrs Irs Wright Wrightit I
it is i said have not bean thoroughly thoroughlySatisfied tbllroughhtisfted tlwoughlyatisf1ed
Satisfied tisfted with their environment in the thePhilippines thehllipplnes the4tliillpplnes
Philippines hllipplnes although the general al always always alI ¬
I ways ays has ha manifested a deep interest in inhis in1111s InI
1111s I his duties and in the development of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the resources IcsgUrces of the Island Recently RecentlyGenaran
t I Genaran n dlg Wright has 1 not been in PW PWf perjfnetaord W WpropOs5tortha
jfnetaord f < t accord with withptve U xSf > me ftl ct Cjb thajMfUW thajMfUWproposed tviojm tviojmprhpcsed =
proposed propOs5tortha fortha for tha benefit bsn ftt ofthe o th tsrahds tsrahdsbut i iI fsihhdsI
I I but it cannot be said at this time that thatthat thatI
I that is the reason for his retirement retirementfrom Ietirementt rethevnentfrom
I from the office of governor general generalj
j It is said it was evident to those thosewho thoseho thoses1io
I who ho accompanied Secretary Taft to tothe toI tothe
the Philippines that General Wright Wrightwas Wrightwas Yrightwas
I was not satisfactorily situated in Ma Manila 1IaI Manhla ¬
nila and to some of the party part the news newsof newsI newsof
I of his retirement does not come as a asurprise asurprise asurprise
surprise Who General Wrights suc successor succes5 aucccas9r ¬
cessor ces5 ccas9r r will be is not disclosed
Republican Nomination for Mayor of New ew York Hung onto on to aLawyei a aLawyer aLawyel
Lawyer Who WhoHas Has Bolted His Party Only OnlyThree
J Three Times J
MEt TEW YORK pet l lWlhifam lViilain < Mills MillsIvins MillsI i iIvlna
NEW I I Ivins who acted as s counsel for the theFasgctt theFasaett
Fasgctt legislative committee in 3SC2 3SC2and 1S 1OZI 2 2and I
I and was a city eft chamberlain under Mayor MayorHewitt MaorHewitt MayorHewitt
Hewitt and Grace today became the Re Republican Repubhican ¬ I IpubliCtln
publican candidate for mayor of New NewYork NewYork
York City CIt when he accepted the nomina nomination nomination nomination ¬
tion made by a committee appointed by bythe bYthe I Ithe
the Republican city convention to fill fillvacancies fillvacancies flUvacancies
vacancies lathe In tbe nominations of that con convention convention conventlon ¬
vention Charles E Hushes counsel for forthe forthe
the legislative committee 100estiyating investigating investigatinglife nvestIatlilife
life insurance methods was nominated nominatedby nom nomlnatby nat d db
by b the convention but declined declinedMr declifledMr
Mr Ivins was notified formally of his hisselection hisselection lIs lIsselection
selection late today and nd accepted in a abrief Qbrief abrief
brief speech in which he said saidI
I have just returned from Europe and andknow nndknow andknow
know nothing of the history of the cam campaign campaign campain ¬
paign prior to the last few days I have havedevoted 11avedeyoted havedevoted
devoted many mn years ears to municipal muni ipal affairs
but hadno ha rio idea of again a aln taking an active activepart activePart
part in political life Still I am as I Ihave Ihave II
have always been b n a determined opponent opponentof
I of Tammany hall and all that it stands standsfor standsfor standsfor
for and If you wish me to lead the fight fightfor fightfor fightfor
for clean and efficient city government governmentI
1 shall do so energetically and fearlessly fearlesslyupon fearlesslyupon fearlesslyupon
upon the understanding underst ndlnc that I am to con conduct conduct conduct ¬
duct my m owh campaign and that I shall shallin shallIn shallIn
in the event of election be absolutely absolutelyfree absolutolyfree absolutelyfree
free at all times to administer adminl tcr the govern government government governmont ¬
ment independently of all considerations considerationsexcept considerationsexcept considerationsexcept
except that of the public welfare welfareHaving welfareHaving welfareHaving
Having held office under two Democrat Democratic ¬
ic city administrations Mr Ir Ivins was wasasked wasasked wasasked
asked today toda if he was a Republican or orDemocrat orDemocrat orDemocrat
Democrat in national politics He laughed laughedand laughedand laughedand
and replied repliedI
HI I have always alwa s voted the Republican Republicanticket RepublicanII Republicanticket
ticket except on three occasions when whenI
II I voted for Hewitt Grace and Cleveland ClevelandI
I have been an enrolled Republican for forseveral forI forseveral
I several years ears
Now York Oct 12 120n On behalf of ofThomas offireman I Ifhomas
Thomas J ODonnell of Denver andother and andother i iother
other Colorado policy holders of the Mu Mutual Mutual ¬ I Itual
tual Life Insurance company W Yo B BCrisp IiCrisp i iCrisp
Crisp a lawyer of tints city today toda wrote wroteto wroteto i ito
to Attorney General Meyer of New York Yorkstate Yorkstate I
state asking that he institute civil pro proceedings proI proIceedlngs proceedings ¬
ceedings at once to compel the officers officersof
of the Mutual to make restitution of the thesum thesum thosum I
sum of 95UO D25UO which they admit has been beencontributed beesicontributed I Icontributed
contributed to political campaign com committees cornmittees ¬ I Imlttees
mittees In recent years Mr Crisp of offers offers offern ¬
fers to lend the attorney general any anyassistance anyassistance anyassistance
assistance he may ma desire in the mat matter matter mattsr ¬
i Indianapolis Ind Oct Ii 1Inl1lana Indiana in insnrance InBtfrance insflrance
snrance companies received by mall to today toda today ¬
day da a a long interrogation from Insurance InsuranceCommissioner InsuranceCommissioner InsuranceCommissioner
Commissioner Folk ont of Tennessee The Theinterrogation TheInterrognUon Theinterrogation
interrogation the questions in which are areto nreto areto
to be answered under oath requires the thepresident thepresident thepresident
president of each company to answer answerIn
In detail whether or not the company companyhas companhas companyhas
has subscribed directly or Indirectly to toany toan toany
any an campaign fund of either party since sinceW6 sincels6
1696 and whether the company has dis disbursed dlsbUnied disburped ¬
burped any sum of money mone at atan any time timeto Umeto timeto
to influence legislation in the legisla legislature leglslature legislature ¬
ture of any state or in a national con congress congress congross ¬
gress A number of other questions are arcas1od areasied
Philadelphia Phlla flJllhla oct 12 liThe The administra administration ¬
tion of former Mayor Samuel P Ash Aahbridge Atlhbridge Ashbridge
bridge was brought in the local political politicalturmoil p politicalturmoil Utlcal Utlcalturmoil
turmoil today when warrants were weresworn weresworn weresworn
sworn out for the arrest of Abraham If IfEnglish I IEnglish
English who was director of public publicsafety ptibhlcsafety
safety during the term of Mayor Ash Ashbridge Ashbridge Ashbridge
bridge and four others charging them themwith themwith themwith
with conspiracy to cheat and defraud the tlecity thecity thecity
city in connection with the execution and andcarrying andcarrying
carrying ca ing out of a contract for the orec orection erection creetion I
tion of a smallpox hospital which is one oneof oneof oneoia
of oia a group of buildings tormlng totmlng1he the new nawmunicipal newmunicipal I Imunicipal
municipal hospitalThe hospital hospitalThe
The other accused men are John W WiHenderson WHenderson WBenderson
Henderson and Henry E Baton of the thecontracting lhtcontracting thpcontracting I
contracting firm of Henderson Co CoPhilip CoP CoPhilip
Philip P htllP Johnson a former city clt architeot architeotand arehiteegand I
and nd brotherinlaw of Israel W Durham Durhamleader Durh Durlianiiratlor J1 J1Jpallor
leader of the local Republican organiza organization ollnnbtlon organlztion ¬
tion and James D Finley a cousin of ofDurham 1tDurham f fDurham
Durham and a former insurance agent at atthe atthe atthe
the new municipal hospital hospitalHenderson hospitalHenderson hospitalHenderson
Henderson Baton and Pmley gavo ball bailin ballIn ballIn
in 15000 5OOO for a hearing tpmorrow after afternoon afttlnoon afternoon ¬
noon Former Director English and Ar Architect ArQhltcct Arqhitect ¬
chitect Johnson were out of the dlty to today t tday totIny ¬
day but friends of the latter entered enteredball enter enteredlail d dan
ball an for his hl appearance The warrants warrantsWeaver wanantsVi warrantewere
Vi were erc sworn out at the Instan instan99 of MRYQT
Weaver and are based on an ancovered ancovered 1fAAtJ9U 1fAAtJ9Uco
covered co rcd a period of ot1icveral several w te41r7ve te41r7vecontract > t4fd fi ficontract no nocontract
contract for the smallpox hospital l was w 5
awarded to the Henderson firm by b Di Director DlreCtor ¬
rector English In 1903 the firms bid being beingJ142700 beingU200 being142OO
J142700 J142700No U200No 142OONo
No one interested in the prosecution prosecutionwill
will make a statement as to how the city cityla cltrhs cityIs
la alleged to have been een defrauded defraudedMADETHEIrTESCAPE defraudedMADE defraudedMADE
No Trace of the Man and Woman WomanWho WomanWho WomanWho
Who Robbed Australian AustralianBerkeley AustralianDerlteley AustralianBerkeley
Berkeley Gal Oct 12Tne 12 The qfforts of ofthe ofthe I Ith
the th potie < of this city olt Oakland San SanFrancisco Sa SaFrancisco SanFrancisco
Francisco and Interior towns to find a aUMUC it itlJllce atrae
UMUC ot o njjiun cunts tuiei unIS and vte JHUn tmu > n and uatlhis andhis amihis
his wife who yesterday yestt > rdlQ robbed rob ed William WilliamC
C Ellis the Australian horseman after afterthey nft afterthey r rthe
they the bud almost murdered him havo bavoproven havoproven havoproven
proven fruitless They Tho are suspected suspect d of ofbeing otbeing ofbeing
being connected with the gang of out outlaws outlaws outlaws ¬
laws one of whom recently wi w shot shotdead shotdoa shotdorIZl
dead doa t by Policeman Lestrange whom they Chayattempted tltoyattemPted theyattempted
attempted to rob However no definite definiteclew defhilteclew definiteclew
clew to their Identity has yet been ob obtained obtah obtamed ¬
tamed tainedEllis tah tamedEiil d dE1U
Ellis E1U now says l8 that he was robbed of ofOlijR crOIIJ cIoiiJ5Oo
OlijR OIIJ oiiJ5Oo J500 He accounts fjr f r his former formersuUmenL formertatojpent
suUmenL enl that the thiamquvit nrngunt wag vn 5000 5000 by byajtb1 b bnylhg
laylhp he was a8 confused when be reported re reported rclort ¬
ported lort d the affair
Former Governor Nominated by byRhode byRhode byRhode
Rhode Island Democrats DemocratsCHOICE DemocratsCHOICE DemocratsCHOICE
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rttOVIDKNCrK nltO ID JgCg CE R L I Oct 1 lForme lFormeP l Former FormerGovernor Formetr
P P110 r Governor L P CGflh1n C Gfvin was today todaynominated todaynomina todaynominated
nominated nomina Led for governor by acclama acclamation acclamation aeclanvaticit ¬
tion by the Democratic state convention conventionThe
The remainder of the ticket also was wasnominated waanomlneted wasnominated
nominated by acclamation as follows followsLieutenant followsLIeutenant followsLieutenant
Lieutenant governor g varnor James A Thurs Thurston Thurston Thurstoii
ton of Providence ProvidenceSecretary ProrldenceSeeretllr ProvidenceSecretary
Secretary Seeretllr of state Frank E Pltzslm Pltzslmmons Fitzsimmons Fitzslmmona
mons of Lincoln LincolnAttorney LluCQlnAttorney LincolnAttorney
Attorney general Thomas Th mas A Carroll of ofProvidence otProvidence ofPrtovidence
Providence ProvidenceGeneral ProvidenceGeneral PrtovidenceGeneral
General treasurer Albert H Olney Olne ot otProvidence otProvidence otIJrovldence
The Platform PlatformThe PlatformThe r rThe
The platform declares that as New NewKnglan NewEnclanqers Newlinglaners
Knglan Enclanqers ers we protest against the sub subservience subservience subServience ¬
servience o ot her interests by b her Re Republican Republican Repubhiean ¬
publican representatives in both houses housesof housesI
of congress to the demands of the middle middlewest middleVest
west and we join the Democrats of Mas Massachubetts MassachteUs Macsachuetts
sachubetts in demanding free trade for fornatural fornatural
natural markets of sale and purchaseacross purchase purchaseacross purcbaseacross
across the Canadian border borderIt borderIt
It pledges the support of the Demo Democrats Democrats Democrats ¬
crats of Rhode Island to any an measures measuresPresident measuresPresident
President P re ldent Roosevelt may ma recommend foran for foran foran
an honest t reduction of the tariff with withthe withtho withthe I
the sincere hope that he will take coun counsel counael counel ¬ I
sel el of the people and not of official ad adviserg advise adrisers
risers vise who iio under the guise of United UnitedStates UnitedStat UnitedStatps
States Stat s senators represent the selfish selfishgreed selfishgreed selfishgreed
greed ftf f the few and counsel delay delayWill dela delaI delayWill
Will Aid Roosevelt RooseveltThe
The president lr ldlnt is congratulated for his hisrecommendation hiSrcommendutlon hisrecommendation
recommendation of legislation for th thcentral the theeontrQI thucontrel
I central of the railroads of the eountry countryoriginally eountryoriginally
originally introduced into congress by byDemocratic b bD byDemocratic I
Democratic D representatives repre en tathes and advocat advocated advocated ¬ I Ied
I ed in Democratic platforms and he isurged is isurged isqrgell
urged to persist in the course he had hadlaid hadout hadlaid
laid out and not to be turned therefrom therefromby therefromby
by b the opposition of railroad represent representatives representatives ¬ I Iatives
atives whether or not in public office officeThe offi offidoThe e I IThe
The recent disclosures of campaign con contributions contributions contnibutlons ¬
tributions by b life insurance companies companiesthe
the platform declares emphasises the ne nerssslty nee necssity
rssslty e 8slty for state as well as national leg legislation legIslation legislation ¬
islation not only to prohibit corporations corporationsfrom corporationsfrom corporationsfrom
from contributing to campaign purposes purposesbut purposesbut purposesbut
but to punish any an person receiving such suchcontributions suchcontributions suchcontributions
contributions for such purposes purposesMILLIONS purposeBI purposesMILLIONSBEHIND
United States Telephone Company CompanyExpects CompanyExpects CompanyExpects
I Expects to Extend Its Lines Linesas
I as Far as Utah s s1JtahSpedal UtahfSpedal UtahI
I Special to The Herald HeraldNew HeraldNew
New York Oct 12 I lTeIephione Telephone experts expertshere expertshere expertsliete
here today tOOa ridiculed the statement of ofPresident ofPresident ofPresident
President Flnucan of the new UnitedStates United LnitedStates
States St tes Telephone company that when the theNew theNew
New York plant 1 Ifj In operation the aye systflm sy sytem ayetern
tem will extend from here to Utah and andover andove andover
over Soro 5009 OOO telephones will be in opera operation operation operation ¬
tion In this city clt in oa a little less than thantwo thantwo thaitwo
two years yearsThe
The consensus of opinion in New York Yorkis Yorkis Yorkis
is that the Bell n lI Telephone company com pan is so sostrongly soatrongly sostrongly
strongly intrenched that the independent independentcorporation Independentcorporation IndependentCorporation
corporation would unless it had many manymillions manymilUons manymillions
millions ot dollars back ot it It be forced forcedto
to go to the wall in attempt to extend its itslines itsIlnes itslines
lines to Utah It Is thought that the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States Telephone company will not nottry nottry notmy
try to reach as far as Utah in the first firstyear firstyear firstroar
year of its existence but Instead will willlevelop willdevelop willhevelop
develop its lines In the middle west and andgradually andJPuduall ztndrraduahly
gradually branch out to the far west westPresident westPresident westPresident
President FInucane however Is confident confidentthat confidentthat confidenthat
that his company will be successful in invery Inoverv Inevery
very undertaking Today loda he said saidWe saide said1e
We e have the largest manufacturing manufacturinglant manufacturingplant
plant lant In the world outside of those con conrolled controlled conrolled
rolled by the Bell The majority of our our60pe ourp oureopie
p 60pe have been beenhe heavily interested In in iniependent independent Intependent
dependent telephony for some years and andlava andhave andrave
have lava had practical experience in mak makng makInS makn
InS ng n it successful We have plenty pI en t of ofmcking otbacking ofacking
backing and I see no reason why it Is Istot Isnot isiot
tot possible po lble for us us to reach as far as asGUILTY asCtah astahi
Ctah tahi II
Senator Emmons of California Con Convicted Convicted Convicted ¬
victed by Jury JurySacramento JurySacramento JurySacramento
Sacramento Cal Oct 12 12Tbe The jury jur in inhe inthe inhe
the he case of former Senator E J Emraons Emraonsihargtid Emruonschargttd Ernmonstharged
ihargtid with accepting accep lng a bribe duringhe during duringhe duringthe
he last session of the state legislature legislatureeturned Jeglslaturefeturneq legislatureotumne4
eturned a verdict of f guilty this evening eveningWhan eveningWhan eveningWhen
Whan the yerdipt ver1l t was rendered Mrs MrsSmmons MrsEl1mon Mrsirnmona
El1mon Smmons wJjp wJ has h s been in constant at atectlng attel atthrew
PM d r1 tr Inl threw herself herselfUP herselfbecame
UP tel llAAJ B m became h hygtrlcal hygtrlcalflI7IPiM atfirlcal atfirlcalTl
Tl flI7IPiM t xtiVcd fJlWd was a most atecting at atectlnG
ectlng one 1
t 1 1Herald 1 n nHerald
Herald Publishes Article that Figured Figuredin
in Lippmans Quitting Tribun TribuneLATTER TribunLATTER TribunLATTER
NITED STATES District Atlom Attorney AttomqJoseph AttorneyJoseph y yJoseph
UNITED U Joseph Lippman furnished The liaraid liar liaraid HoraId
aid yesterday a copy of the cele celebrated eelebratededltorlal eel eelbrated ¬
bratededltorlal brated editorial retracting statements statementsthe statem nt l lthe
the Salt Lake Tribune made about W WA V VA v vA
A Richards commissioner of the general gen enoral genoral ¬
oral land office This Thl is the editorial editorialwhich editorialwblch editorialwhich
which was submitted to President fleece Roosevelt fleecevolt e eolt ¬
volt olt and which he agreed would b sat satisfactory ntIsfactor satisfactory ¬
IsfactorUpon isfactoryUpon isfactory isfactoryUpon
Upon his return from Washington Mr MrLippman MrLippman MrLlppman
Lippman who was then general v man manager manager manager ¬
ager of the Tribune showed the the4110r the4110rial th editor editorial editorIs ¬
Is ial to former Senator Frank J Cannon Cannoneditorinchief CannoneditorInchief Cannoneditorinchief
editorinchief and forpier Senator SenatorThomas Senator1homns SenatorThomas
Thomas Kearns principal proprietor of ofthe orthe ofthe
the paper Mr CannojuOpposed CannQJ1 oppoaed Its pub publication pubJlcatlon publicatlon ¬
lication and Mr Kearns backed this thisstand thisstand thisstand
stand When Mr r Kearns declined to topermit topermit tOpermit
permit the publication of the editorial editorialin
in pursuanceof the agreement made m mWashington InVashlngton tflWashington
Washington Mr Lippman resigned as asgeneral ailgonomi asgeneral
general manager of the Tribune and fell fellbackon fellbackon fellbackon
backon a contract contractwblch which forced Mr MrKearns MrKoams MrKeemns
Kearns > io buy his Tribune stock at anadvance an anadvance auadvance
advance over the price paid paidSince paidSince v vSince
Since retiring from the Tribune Mr MrLippman MrLippman MrLippman
Lippman has sought to have the text textof textof textof
of the editorial published in that paper paperover paperover paperover
over his signature as editorial news 11 11a < oravortisIng r radvertising
a advertising This request was re refused re refused refused ¬
fused His tender of advertising advertisingrates advertlslnrates advertisingrates
rates for the publication of the edi editorial editorial cditoniai ¬
torial over his signature was declined declinedfinally declinedtlnaUY declinedfinally
finally yesterday after consultation consultationLippman consultationLippman consultationLippman
Lippman Makes Statement StatementMr
Mr Lippman then prepared a a state statement statement statement ¬
ment on the subject which he submitted submittedto
follows followsTo fohlowsTo I IHTo
to The Herald as
HTo To the Public In the latter part of ofJuly ofJuly ofJuly
July Commissioner General of the Land LandOfnce LftJulOffico LandOffice
Office Richards was interviewed atWashington at atWashington Jtrashlngton
Washington concerning his reasons for foromitting foromitting foromitting
omitting Salt Lake City as a point for forthe forthe fortire
the registration of applicants who de desired de deslred tiesirpd ¬
sired to enter the lottery contest fortaking for fortaking fortaking
taking up land on the Uintah reserva reservation reservation reservation ¬
tion He then stated that he knew from fromexperience tromexperience fromexperience
experience that if registration offices officeswere oft1 officeswere es eswere
were established in the big cities gam gamblers gamblers gamblers ¬
blers beggars servant girls and prosti prostitutes proatltutes prostitutes ¬
tutes might rush in and fill flu up the Hats Hatsnot li listsnot ts tsno
not no because they really wanted lands landsbut landsbut landabut
but because they U1e would want to take takea
a chance and sell out if they happened happenedto
to draw a prize The language used usedwas usedwas usedwas
was undoubtedly inapt I and not clearlyexpressive clearly clearlyexpressive clearlYexpressive
expressive of Mr Richards meaning meaningThe meaningThe meaningThe
The Tribune in animadverting upon the thelanguage thelanguage thelanguage
language so used by b Mr Richards took tookoccasion tookoccasion tookoccasion
occasion on July 26th to severely criti criticise criUelse cr111cisc ¬
else that official for his expressions and andstated andstated andstated
stated that it did not believe President PresidentRoosevelt PresidentR005evolt PresidentRoosevelt
Roosevelt would retain In his administra administration admlnl tra tratlon ¬
whose antecedent ex experiences experiences cxperiences ¬
tion a creature
periences In life have been such that thathe thathe thathe
he designates even by inference a whole wholepopulation wholepoulaUon wholepopulation
population as derelict or outcastStatement outcast outcastStatement outcastStatement
Statement Is Explained
The Washington correspondent of the theTribune theTribune theTribune
Tribune who talked with Mr Richards Richardsprior Rienard1or Richardaprior
prior to July J ly 3j aseurss us that the theTribune thetrl theTribune
Tribune trl has done Mr JoIrRlehard8 Richards an in injustice jnEU injistIco ¬
justice o in this matter Be informs us usIr usIr
EU 11 Mr Ir Richards Rlebardst while he did use the thety thetIgflRgeattrlbutea thelanguageattnihute
tIgflRgeattrlbutea to him did not mean meanUconYey meant
ty UconYey t convey the idea that servant girl girMwere strW1ere girlwere
were to be socially ranked with beg beggtfra beggtrS beggars
gars g gl geniblkru ntblC8 btW anji DJl nroatiut + e but thatMr that tIJatMr thatMr
Mr Richards was attempting att ntJfing to cop copvey copYer COflvey
vey the idea that the government overnment was wasanxious wasanxious wasanxious
anxious to have only such parties register registerwho registerwho registerwho
who had a bona fide and actual intent intentto
to take up homesteads on the reserva reservation reservation reservetfon ¬
tion That Mr Ir Richards believed that thatas tbatas thatas
as a rule servant girls if they registered registeredand regIsteredand t tand
and drew a prize would not go to the theland theland thehand
land with a bona fide intent to culti cultivate cultivate cultirate ¬
would merely mere merely mereJy ¬
vate the land but that they
ly register with a view of disposing of oftheir oftheir oftheir
their prize if they tbe drew one to the high highest highest higheat ¬
est bidder for cash To minimize as asmuch asmuch asmuch
much as possible the opportunities for forsuch fotsuch forsuch
such speculative registration we e are areassured areassured areassured
assured by our correspondent Mr Rich Richards Richards Richards ¬
ards made the order omitting Salt LakeCity Lake LakeCity LakeCity
City as a registration point The Tri Tribune lrlbune lntbutte ¬
bune regrets that it misinterpreted Mr MrRichards MrRichards MiRichards
Richards meaning of the language used usedand usedand usedand
and apologizes for the strictures upon uponhim uponhim uponhim
him contained in the editorial of July JulY2t
26 3 and repeated in others othersThe othersThe othersThe
The foregoing article would have been beenpublished beenpublished beenpublished
published in the Salt Lake Tribune while whileI
I was general manager had I not been beenoverruled beenoverruled beenoverruled
overruled in my desire to publish the thesame thesame thesame
same by those controlling the paperAfter paper paperAfter
After my resignation as general man manager manager manager ¬
ager I tendered the article to the Tri Tribune Tribune Tntbone ¬
bune for publication either as editorial editoriallocal editorialJocal editoriailocal
local or paid matter over my m own sig signature signature signature ¬
nature This privilege was refused inc incand meand innand
and I take this the only on method open opento opento opento
to me of making public reparation for forthe forthe forthe
the injustice done the commissioner er Inthe in inthe Inthe
the publication of the matter referred to toin toIn toin
A Few Days More and Yellow Fever Feverat Feverat Feverat
at New Orleans Will Be a aThing aThing aThing
Thing of the Past PastNew PastKew PastNew
New Orleans La Oct 12 1Report Report to toG
6 p m mNew mNe
New Ne pNew cases l 15 total to date J2 J2Deaths 1 3L 3LDeaths 1 1Deaths
Deaths 2 total 419 419New 418ew 4l 4liew
New ew foci 3 3Cases 3Caaes ZCases
Cases under treatment 161 161Cases 1tHC It ItCases
Cases C eE discharged 26TS 26TSTodays 2miTorl 211ThTodays
Todays Torl ys news was of an exceptionally exceptionallyfavorable exeepUonaJlyfayorable exceptionallyfavorable
favorable character for while the frost frostline frostline t tline
line did not extent to New Orhesnswhich Orleans Orleanswhich Orln8which
which it would have to do to break all allprevious allprevious allprevious
previous records it touched tou hed points as asnear asI asnear
near as thirtyfive miles north of NewOrleans New NewOrleans NewOrleans
I Orleans Crowley Ia reporting a light lightfall lightfall lightfall
fall Aside from the frost the tempera temperature temlMlaI temperature ¬
ture declined almost to the freezing freezingpoint freezingI freezIngpoint
I point In some sections qf Louisiana with withthe withthe withthve
I the effect undoubtedly of killing or driv driving driving tinyIng ¬
ing into hibernation all mosqnitos that thatmight thatmight thatmight
might have existed in exposed places placesPensacola placesPensacola plaeesPensacola
Pensacola Fla Oct 13 lThe The yellow yellowfever yellowfever yellowfever
fever situation at noon was as follows followsNew followaNew followsNew
New cases 3 total cases to date tit 3S4Deaths titDeaths 354Deaths
Deaths 2 total deaths 47 47FREE 47FREE 47FREE
Senator S nator Long Comes Back From the theIslands theIslands theIslands
Islands With Positive Con Convictions Convictions Convictions ¬
victions victionsWashington victionsI victionsWashington
Washington Oct 12 12In In the opinion of ofSenator ofSenator
Senator Lone Lon of Kansas who made the thetrio thetrlD thetrip
trio to the fareast rar east with Secretary Taft Taftand Taftand Taftand
and party part the greatest need of the PiM PiMpinog PtHpinoS Pillpinorl
pinog is freer trade with the United UnitedStates UnlldStates UnitedStates
States The senator talked with the pros president PtesIdent prosident ¬
ident today about needs of the Philippine Philippineislands PhilippineIslands PhilippineIslands
islands He told the president presldenttbat r that in inhis Inhis Inhis
his judgment the islands would be in inserious Inserious InSerious
serious financial condition until a reduc reduction reduction reduction ¬
tion of duties on their products enter entering entering enterlag ¬
ing the United States was made madeRecently madeRecently madeRecently
Recently said the senator the Fili Filipinos FIlipinos PHIpinos ¬
pinos have suffered from the typhoons typhoonsand
and drouth As a consequence their crops cropshave cropshave cropshave
have eitlier elth < er failed or been wiped out apdthey and andthey andthey
they are becoming discontented Their Theirdiscontent Theirdiscontent Theirdiscontent
discontent does not take a revolutionary revolutionaryform revolutionaryformf
form but is simply the result of existing existingconditions existingcond exIstingconditions
formf conditionsSenator conditions conditionsSenator cond Uons UonsSenator
Senator Lone Lon discussed railroad rate ratelegislation ratelegislation ratehegislation
legislation with the president briefly brietl He Heexpressed Heexpress lieexpressed
expressed express d the belief that the matter would wouldbo wouldbe wouldbe
be disposed of early in the approaching approachingsession 8pproachlnssession approachingsession
session sessionBANK sessionBANK sessionBANK
Lockporl N Y Oct 12 12Tho The United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States grand jury today reported an In Indictment Indictment indietment ¬
dictment against Fred R Ft Grqen n cashier cashierof
of the Fredonla National bat b k ot Pra PradoniaN J1 J1donllt FredoniaN
doniaN donllt < N Y There arowthlrtyvntS Uountecharging Uounte UOnntScharging lmuntscharging
charging false entries and misappropria misappropriation ¬
tlon and abstraction of funds
fT fTOut ftOut
Out of the theReform eform School Eloped ElopedCaught ElopedCaught ElopedCaughf
Caught and Taken Home HomeANOTHER HomeANOTHER HomeANOTHER
i4ZIiLj J 4 j 4 4iw
lif iw I f tt ttSpecIal
especial pec11 to The Herald II IIMT HeraldR
1 R T PHEASANT PLEA T Oct 11 110 QjM weeks weeksJ Wlt
MT I VI J time 11 doe not in th Ute course 1 of ti tit tllt ttiordinary > <
t ordinary girls life life Me her he 1 an in inmate 111mate 1flmate ¬
mate of a state reform school a psudnmber pftroln1 pftroln1member parol1IIJtmber
member of the same me place one of i iprincipal lprlnclal tI tIprincIpal <
principal characters In an ekn e elopement ptmfnt > mnt a aprisoner aprisoner aprisoner
prisoner in custody of an officer ottl < er wi115 wi115the nfl nflthe i H Hthe
the reform school her place JI of f deSt destina destination ckoBUIU6UIh LIUi LIUitioti ¬
tion UIh a pardoned prisoner and tn tM wife wll of ota ofa ofa
a man other than the on ODe with 1th wlttm aha ahaeloped abseloped he heelolHSd
eloped but b t that in brief is toe story ory ry of otthe oftbe ofthe
the history of the life of Miss U Ube Lay Laisen Larsen Layson
sen of this city for the eight days end ending ending endIng
ing this evening The man with whom whomthe whomthe hom homthe
the girl eloped is young Arthur Fogle Fogleburg Fogleburg FoI FoIburr
burg also a paroled Inmate of the stat statreform statreform statSreform
reform school who resides here and thv thvman t ti1 ti1man n nman
man whom she married is David Hansen Hansena HanaCamember
a member of a well known family of thU thUcity thi thicity thiAgreed
Agreed to Elope ElopeThe ElopeThe ElopeThe
The Larsen girl first came under tile tlialimelight th thlimelight tilelimelight
limelight Sunday afternoon when hen the theelopement l theelopement he heelopement
elopement was started She ShIad had be bets n an aninmate anInmate anInmate
inmate of the state stt reform school l at 1 1den OK OKden Ogden
den until Tuesday of last week wtu wtushe whi whishe h hshe
she was brought home by hr fatherChristian father falherChriatlan fatlitiChristian
Christian Larsen of this city who mt mtlien ot other Olher
her released on parole by wiring a bo 00110 0011081laranteet botillguaranteeIng < i iguaranteeing
guaranteeing g her good behavior b whii whiiout whlirout hli hliOUt
out She had been acquainted with IU1 th thPogleburg thPogleburg thPogieburg
Pogleburg boy while in the school ana anawas killiwag nl nlw
was w soon chummy with hiss here hereSunday hertSunday hereSunday
Sunday afternoon consIdering that thatthat t thvtthat hll1 hll1that
that they were being mistreated in son sornway IIBway sonway
way they decided to leave their l l P5111 P5111homes ai alil alilhomos > i ihomes >
homes east ea t their lots together and mal maKtheir maltheir inn k ktheir
their own way in the world orld It ic ii re reported rEported n nported ¬
ported that their conduct had not bcfn bcfnot b bt J Jor i iof
ot the boat and some threats th atII of 0 return returnto rflllllto returto
to the Ogden institution had some in influence jllfluence iv ivfluence ¬
fluence with them themStarted themStarted themStarted
Started on Foot FootAnyway Footnyway FootAnyway
Anyway nyway they started to run away aa aaxether i igether i itether
tether They went on foot going In Innortblrly a anortherly anortherly
northerly direction They left word witu witua w j t ta
a younger Pegrleburg F leltu1lr boy before l aviifr IfaII IfaIIthat leavttgthat < aviifrthat
that they were going south Jnstru Jnslruotlfl Jnslruotlflhim < un unhim tirv tirvhim
him to say also that he had accumv accumvnied a alcunmIflied umlJ umlJnled > <
flied them to Spring City Clt This rusn rusnthrew ri rithrew I Ithrew
threw the officers off the trail when ihr ihrwere ihewere h hwere > >
were called to take it up on Monday i h hrunaways 1runaways iirunaways
runaways went ent about five miles norti nortifrom itrtfrom rt rtfrom
from here Sunday and put In that nijjhi nijjhiand tl iiihand h I Iand
and Monday in hiding at Biroh Creek Creeksmall Creeksmall rcek rceksmall
small settlement there Sheriff Knn Kn11lil Kiiiv4tand < 1s < < ii iiand I Iand
and Marshal Madsen 1Iad en hunted them themday MOT MOTday at atday
day without success The following followingmorning folloinmorning followingmorning
morning they were discovered di as th thleft thl thlleft thleft
left a strawstack straw lack about one mile norm normof nortlot lion lionof
of Fairview which place had beei bee mad madtheir madtheir niadltheir
their sleeping place Monday night nightMarriage niPtMarriage nightMarriage
Marriage Arranged ArrangedThey ArrangedThO Arrangedlhey
They ThO were ere brought here and kept ke t in inconfinement j iiiConfinement II IIconfinement
confinement for some hours the inten intention int inttlon inisition ¬
tion being to take them both back to th threform thoreform tbreform
reform school that same day da Before tli tlihour ththour ifihour <
hour for their departure arrived how however ho hoever hinuever
ever interested parties had hadarra arranged e4 that
a marriage
Hansen should take place that cyenhiK cyenhiKas YlJll1 YlJll1iUI
as a means of releasing tbe girl from her herunpleasant heunplea lirunpleasant
unpleasant nt predicament What foeliiu foeliiuhad flallbad e ehad
had existed exl ted between them before is no noknown noknown a aknown
known but anyway the wedding wa waagreed a aupon aagreed
agreed upon A A license was secured afu afumuch a arUmitch if
much difficulty th thtlcoa its > eouertt itt of th ttw > athonities a athorities aT
thorities at Ogden bemgvieessary < ry an anwan 111wall a awas
wan that of her father jibe she CpiBf IIIriBllJlIt but i iyears I Iyears hyears
years of age 8 and last is evwtar eesir fr tne t e cert certmony centmolly en enmon
molly mon was duly perforatedNow performed performedNow PftormedNow
Now Free as a Bird BirdBy BirdBy BirdBy
By means of the wedding the reform reformschool refurmschool reformschool
school has no more terrors for her tier a athe athe athe
the words which made her a wif if took tookher tookher tookher
her from its jurisdiction The same ier iermony er ermony e r rmony
mony in some mysterious way gave xa v tn tnbogleburg t h hogleburg h1ogleburg
bogleburg boy another chance alo al a athe athe athe
the decision reached Tuesday Tue day to t r rlur rlurhim rtnrhim nuri nurihim
him to the school has been reconsiderc reconsidereflsince reconsidervsince < i isince
since the wedding and he is now at lib liberty lIhcrt Pherty ¬
erty crt during good behavior The affair affaiowing affaolnK affairowing
owing to its many peculiar pec Uar phases is at attracting a atractlng atvacting ¬
tracting any an amount of attention here hercTRIAL hereTRIAL hereTRIAL
Withdrawal of Evidence Given Sept
22 by a Cattleman Causes Causesa
a Sensation SensationLondon SensationLondon SensationLondon
London Oct 12 lTooayg Todays iJfOt < proced procedIngs procedIngs > f U UIngs
Ings in the case of Hugh Watt th thformer tLformer tI tIformer <
former member of parliament who ho is incharged ischarged ischarged
charged with attempting to bribe bribEprivate bribeprivate n nprivate
private detective named Marshall Marshallassisthim Marshallassisthim > Iaasiit
assisthim aasiit hlm in murdering Watts w wwere if ifwere ifwere
were marked by the sensational v Wilt Wiltdrl tv mi midrawal t tdrawal
drawal drl al by the cattleman Norman But Buttie lktttle llttthe
tie of the evidence which he guv ga m mSept J JSept uSept
Sept 22 On that occasion occa ion Battle Datt1c1ared d ddared iidared
dared that he overheard a comer conotttion conS cra cration Ca Cation ¬
tion between Marshall and anuth
man In which Marshall wa3threateve wa3threateveBattle was threatens threatensBattle threatellllfBattle
Battle today said his real name nameLlghtfoot v vLightfoot w wLightfoot
Lightfoot and that Watt who v u aaccompanied uaccompanied 1accompanied
accompanied by y a man describi describihimself desribihimself desnibihimself
himself as an equerry of King EtHvai EtHvaimet Edwttlmet Etiwrmet <
met the witness in Hyde park Aug 4 4and 4and 4and
and informed him that the king klngwild klngwildthe wish wishthe l lthe
the case to be withdrawn At Watt Wattdictation Wattdictation Wattdtetation
dictation Battle or Lightfoot vro vroa wroi wroia TOa
a letter to Watts lawyers saying 1i 1icould i icould 1 1could
could clear Watt The latter also di dilated ditated i itated ¬
tated the evidence which the wita witagave witwve vitus vitusgave
gave ve Sept 22 Battle added that 1 1had 11 11llad Iihad
had received about 200 from Wat Watand Waland Waand
and the equerry was advised to su suCanada g gCanada <
Canada and was promised 25000 aLd ai1a ai i igovernment
a government position for life lifeReplying lifeReplying
Replying to further questions Bu Butle RIItIe B i ithe
tIe said the supposed ed equerry was wa iotroduced in introduced jlltroduced ¬
troduced as Lord Kinloch The latttr iattrsaid latttrsaid Iattdsaid
said the case was to be hushed b border border border
order of the king who Is a friend friendLady friendLady friendLady >
Lady Violet Watt ratt The case was ad adjourned aujourned adjourned
journed until Oct 27 27OGDEN 27OGDEN
fTf1 fTf1S
S < Specal eclal to The Herald HeraldOgden HeraldOgden HeraldOgden
Ogden Oct 12 12Tbe The Republican civ civoonventlon tt ttconvention I Iconvention
convention today named the following followingticket fol1omticket followingticket
ticket ticketMayor ticketMayor ticketMayor
Mayor Rudolph Rucbler who beat JohrLewis John JohnLewis Joh JohLewis
Lewis 164 to toCity 116 116City mCity
City att0rney John E Bagley who ho r rceived TO TOcetved rcelved
ceived 139 I votes to 8 i for N J J Harris Harristhe 01 01the t tthe
the second ballot On the first bail bailJ ballot ballotJ t tJ
J D Skaen received 42 votes votesRecorder votesRoeorder votesRecorder
Recorder W V r J Critchlow with 160 11 11d t
61 for Miss Josle Kimball KimballTreasurer KimballTreasurer KlmbaJiTreasurer
Treasurer James E Halvereon who whoreceived whoreceived 10 10received
received 154 votes to 06 for or Hyrum P Pgree pgree Pw Pwgree
gree greeAuditor greeAuditor
Auditor Mrs F O Stanford by acchmsUop accla acclamation aedmatlon
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Judge John D Murphy by acclama acclamaUon acciamation acclamation ¬
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4 Los Anseles Oct 12 1 IThie The pio pioneera pioneera plofleets +
+ neera from Salt Lake had a great Irt greatrocebtion > at atreee +
+ reception reee Uon at San Bernardino They Ihfwere Theywere +
4 + were also the guests of Senator w Wi WA +
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4 Beach Asbury Park Brighton and all allSan +
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the Continental hotel today Charles CharlesSwan CtiaresSwan Charles CharlesSwan
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