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4Yf THE SAL SALT T LAKE HERALDSUver HERALDBstablishea HERALD wEATEBR LAST FOR EDITION EDITIONwEATEBR SAIT SAITBllvar
Bllvar 64ftc 64 < per rerJN ounce
i rJCE Copper easting eastl ifiUo ImO I a per pound poundEstablisnea poundEstablished
JN Urad In ore 517
ew York
I Established June 6 1870 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY F IDA Y NOVEMBER NO TE IBER 24 1905 Price Five PiveCents Cents CentsUrad
STANDARD OIL OILTRADE OILTRADE OILTRADE
TRADE METHODS METHODSS4
S4 s sational Testimony Given by For Forjr Former Pormer
jr mer Manager in Missouri MissouriFALSE MissouriFALSE MissouriI MissouriFALSE
I
FALSE GAUGES FURNISHED FURNISHEDROCKEFELLER FURNISHEDROCKEFELLER FURNISHEDfl
fl
ROCKEFELLER ROGERS AND ANDOTHERS ANDOTHERS ANDOTHERS
OTHERS SUBPOENAED SUBPOENAEDT SUBPOENAEDST
c > T LOUIS Mo Nov 23 3111Utry 3111Utryint Inquiry Inquiryinto
ST 0 into ° methods m thod of the Standard tsdardpubUc Re Republic Republic ¬
public and id WatersPierceOH com comjmiea oomIiUliea coinJal1e
jmiea in Missouri was wa resumed toda todar todarlore todybitore
1 lore fore Special Commissioner R A Ant An Antiiony Antuony
tiiony t wny This will be the th last hearing hearingUducted hearinSnducted
< Uducted in St Louis until after the thepreme t118IITreme tb tbllTrelfle
preme court Han decided whether At At1irney Att ALlrrIfy
1irney t Ulfy General Hadley has the right rightt rightoinpi
t compel the oil companies to produce producera produeJ
I J ra l i books or make their officers tee teeus t863i t863lUa tinViIflan
us i
usWilliam
William lUa A i Morgan former manager managert managerthe
t the StaiHfctrd Oil company at Se Set SellIa SoLfla
t alia Mo testifying said that the theUindartt thet thettndartI
Uindartt t ltda l Oil company issued ueel orders to tos tofq toagtnt
fq s agents to undersell competitors at atII
11 hazards He asserted that upon one oneinfusion oneo1410n oflec
infusion c a4loI he was w supplied with false falseauges talselUge fa1eI
I auges to be used in the attempt to toirive tolUve toL
L lUve the enemy from the field fieldCreated neldCreated fleldCreated
Created a Sensation SensationMorgans SensationIulpn Sensation1oins
Morgans Iulpn testimony created a aam sensa sensaand enaanfl
and am the Standard Oil attorneys of ofMorgan
j d 1 frequent and vigorous objections objectionsorgan objectionap
p Morgan organ testified te Ufted that he went Into the theoraiiloy theN thee1u1Y
oraiiloy N lJluy of the Standard Oil company companyJari companyJ
I Jari J Ll f 15 ISfiS as a salesman Soon after afterhe afterhf afterhe
he was made a resident re ldtmt manager of ofirtp oflhr oftbf
lhr irtp Company with headquarters at Se Seiiia Selal Be1aht
lal 1aht iiia fa In i his Jurisdiction juri dlction was WA included includedRuudolpli Includedn IncludedLiidn1pi
Ruudolpli n ndolph Sheridan Noward Cooper Cooperand COoir3I1t CnoperLnI
and Benton B nton counties lI He was wn not per permitted lermltte peimitteti ¬
mitted < l to sell eIl oil outside of this terri terriir terriIii tern1r
ir 1r y >
1rJt 11 Iii irt reports r were sent It to G W May Mayf Maywho IR IRwho
f who had chargeof the Standard Oil Oilinterests onrhr Oiltcre4ts
interests rhr > ttt In n Missouri MissouriHis MlinounlHis UNOUriHis
His Work Effective EffectiveWhen EffectiveWhen EffectiveWhen
When I took charge of the S Sedalta Sedaltaf1ie data dataoflire aJta aJtac
oflire c fljrp said the witness witn the Standard StandardJjt
OJ Jjt Ji L company controlled 51 or 10 per cent centthe centtlw centthe
< the business in that territory territoryInside territoryInside territoryInside
Inside of o a short time I had taken takenhf
+ hf 11 r business bU8tn away from competitors competitorsnd
nd the Standard before I severed my myiTmtHtlon mynntctlon mymiitetIoi
< iTmtHtlon with it in 1901 controlled M Mir 10O
O ir 1 tent nt of the trade in the Sodalia ter teritory tertor tertcry
itory itoryI tor torI tcryI
I I waa told to go o into the field of our ourrt ourf11fnay ourmy
rt f11fnay > emy my and destroy our > ur competitors competitorsMitinued competitorsnHnued competItorsntiiued
Mitinued Morgan n I was ordered to toII toU
II all goods oedo po tlbleto possible to cut prices pricesulirever priceshrfvlr lrlceshrrver
ulirever necessary The WatersPierce WatersPiercenipany WnterPIercemrany VtenPleNec
< nipany 111 Iany sold within Ithln eighteen miles film lIee of ofMedulla ofdalla ofeda1Ia
Medulla > dalla and I was not allowed to go goniu n nhi
niu 1 hi II their territory territoryFalse territoryFalse territoryFalse
False Gauges Furnished FurnishedMorgan Furnished1Qgan FurnishedMorgan
Morgan was wo IUI then asked to tell if he heJiuew heiw I
Jiuew J iw eW of other methods resorted to by by1io by4tandrd
1io Standard besides btstd cutting prices pri to toifhed tot toyt
yt t husln buidness ur kill oft aoenpeUtion aoenpeUtionII
II lie I anew t th the tIOlIIPIIY ipiay fur tur1olNI furithe4
ifhed him with barrel gauges Ira gnus by britich
liKh he would w tJld be able to show a cue cusrner cwl1wr cuenir
rner that a competitor rotn etltor told short shortiirrite lIhortnl thortrrla
iirrite iirriteDid nl nlIJld rrlaDid
Did you use those swiges swigesi guues7 guues7IdWnat r
i IdWnat did not notWhy J JWhy iWhy
Why WhyWall WhyV WhyWtdl
Wall V l I l OM not think it JHM a proper properto
to tl use u e them themWho th themWho lft lftWho <
Who were 8Ie your instructors instructorsFor InetruetorsrFor
For Extreme Cases CasesI
I was a told by Mr Mayer to totugps use usegauges usetugee
gauges tugee only in extreme cases ca eethat eethathrtl that la lahere IsIiere
here a competitor could not be driven drivenout driveno1t j jout
out by other methods or o where other otherarguments other3tgumenbJ otherargumente
arguments failed to induce the men merhant 11181hant menp
p < hant to buy from us usTo usI j
I To what extent would oul4l these gauges gaugesindicate g gaugesvdiiftte uges ugesdtcate
indicate a barrel of oil was wa short rt when whenlied whenIed whenlIed
lied to t a barrel sold by a a competl competlBrom eompctlFrom competiFrom
From four to five 8 gallons gallonshy pllonaWhy gallonsWhy
Why hy did you OU refuse to carry out in inu Inh InI
I h wtions u tlons sent to you in regard to toI tot torr
t rr g1W g gt
t I had personal per onalleiOlt61 onalleiOlt61What > reasons reasonsWhat resoiseWluLt
What were they theyWell theyVeIl theyWell
Well because I thought thee theegauges tketMIauges thesegauges
gauges were being used u ed with lt1t fraudu frauduMit ftuduPllt fLidut
Mit < t intent In the first place good goodsalesmen gOGdsalsm gooda1esmen
salesmen salsm m could show ho > by sharp manipu manipulation manl nmnlpuation u uaUoJl ¬
lation that barrels were short shortWANTED shortWANTED shortWANTED
WANTED AS WITNESSES WITNESSESSubpoenas WITNESSESSubpoenas WITNESSESSubpoenas
Subpoenas Issued for Rockefeller RockefellerROQCPS RockefellerRogers RockefellerRogers
Rogers Flagler and Others OthersNew Othersicw OthersNew
New York Nov O 23 nSubpoena Subpoenas wore woresued WAreud werefsued
fsued sued today for John D Rockefeller RockefellerHenry RockefellerHf RockefellerHnry
Henry Hf nry H Rogers R er Henry M Flagler FI FiagIerld Flaglerand ler ler3nd
and ld other financiers tlnan lers to ai appear pear as wit witnsses wltri witsseg
nsses ri sseg S In the two suits pending in Mis Misourl 1118M1 MIsii
ii ourl urI to oust the Standard CHI com comnany comTany cornT
nany T and the other oil companies < from
ding business bu inNB in that state The sub subnofnas ilUbOOf subnna
OOf nofnas nna > naJII directed the witnesses to appear appearon
on J De < 4 before Frederick H Sanborn Sanbornf Sanbornthis Saubornthis
f this city < who was appointed by
Governor 0 Hnor Folk to act as commissioner commissionerf
f > r t the state of Missouri The e others otherspummoned otbenf11mmMed othersimrnctnrd
pummoned to appear are John D Arch
h 1J 1 Wade ade Hampton Walter Iter C Teagie TeagieTames Tea TeagleTanes e eTamfs
Tames A Moft Mofttt > tt F W V Cowan George
13 Wilson James R Taylor Charles L Lioholas
Nkholu ioholas Edward T Bedford Walter
Jennings Wesley H Tilford Charles CharlesJI
a JI Platt Frank Q Barstow H C Clay Clayrre
fierce rre Silas H Paine Richard P PTJnsley prf1Al PrlnMley
TJnsley rf1Al y Robert H McNall Mc aU and Howard
Page
Trust Is Alleged AllegedThe AllegedTh AllegedThe
The Th suits were filed in Missouri on onttarth
Man tuh h 2 19oS and Include besides the theStandard thet theandard
Standard t andard Oil company the Republic RepublicOil
Oil company pany and the WatersPierce WatersPierceOil
1 Oil IIi 11 company oompanyThe companyThm ompaft ompaftThf
The > first suit was brought by Attor AttorHPS Attornry AttorPM
HPS Gneral Hadley of Missouri M rI to ex exclude exch1di exCLd ¬
clude CLd the three defendant corporations
from all corporate rights and nd privileges privilegesunder prtvUeawid privIlegestiidtt
wid under the laws Ill of the state of t Missouri Missourirul flssounIti
> rul that their franchises rights au authority authnrlt authoritv ¬
thority thnrlt license lIeen e and certificate t to do doKusinesfi do118illMM dohusii
Kusinesfi husii wom under th the laws of the state of ofMissouri ofUslJurt ofiIssourt
Missouri be declared forfeited The TheK TheInOund Thegrounti
K ground for this action was wa an alleged allegedIool al1eedTOOl
TOOl or trust agreement between bet > n the thethree thethNE theThree
three companies to regulate retll e the price priceTHiia prienThil
THiia by retail taU oil dealer in Missouri Missourivw n Ourl OurlIt
vw It was charged h ed also that the com comT comfS corni
T i iles misled mt led the public into the th belief belieftj beliefHat bolietttat
tj Hat at they were three separate and dls dlstiiirt dlstilrt disc
tiiirt cdrporationw c but that they tlu dl dltgreeing dlN dlFod
Fod N up t territory or the state tlch tlch1grfeing ineltigreeing
tgreeing not to sell on the others othersgrounds othergrnund othesrnunde
grounds groundsThis grnundThis rnunde rnundeThis
This suit is in the supreme court of ofMissouri otMissouri ofMissouri
Missouri The second suit is very situ similar slmilar situftlar ¬
ilar to the first but is brought in the theirruit theircult theircult
ircult court of Jackson county Mis Miseourl I1Ia101lt1 MIssourl
eourl sourll
dllle dllleWILL
l
WILL SEE SERVICE SERVICEHflena SERVICEytplena SERVICETtIena
Hflena Mont Nov 23 According1 Aecordl to toa tospecIal 0 0A
a special to the Record from Havre seven seveniroons imeventroups II IItroops
troops of the Seventh cavalry stationwt stationwtat
at It Fort Assinnlbolne departed from that thatn
n < st today by special train over the thejroat thet the1et
t jroat > at Northern for San Francisco where wherethfv whereth whorethey
they th y will sail n Dec D S for the Philippines PhilippinesCONVICT Philippi Philippioc PhilippinesCONVICT
oc = o oCONVICT
CONVICT KILLS HIMSELF HIMSELFSpokane HIMSELFSpokaU HIMSELFSnokans
Spokane Nov 3John John Miwkitti a con convict ooitj coiiict ¬
vict j t sent s from from Spokane Spok tl last February far farone ferODE tenone
one year for robbery committed suletdt suletdtin auiOW1n
in I n the t he poniteMtterv J onU8Btta today at Walla Watt Wattliv lr lro WaUti
liv ti o plunging from rum th third liir ti i r of tt Us UsMriking Il Ilt Itsetriking
Mriking t riking on th < itnimt floor oi the curri curridor corn torrclor corndon4
dor
GREAT POWERS POWERSRECEIVE POWERSRECEiVE POWERSRECEIVE
RECEIVE SHOCK SHOCKSultan
Sultan Has Rejected the Demands DemandsRegarding Demandsltegarding DemandsRegarding
Regarding Macedonia MacedoniasAFFAIR MacedoniaAFFAIR NacedoniaAFFAIR
AFFAIR BECOMES SERIOUS SERIOUSPROBABILITY SERIOUSII SERIOUSIPROBABILITY SERIOUSPROBABILITY I
PROBABILITY OF AN UPRISING UPRISINGAGAINST UPRISINGAGAINST UPRISINGAGAINST
AGAINST AGAINST CHRISTIANS CHRISTIANSlOICSTAJsTINOPLB CHRISTIANSCONSTANTINOPLE CHRISTIANSftONSTANTINOPLr
lOICSTAJsTINOPLB Nov No 28 Th ThI Thault The Theaultan
CONSTANTINOPLE I ault sultan today toda issued ls ued an irade approv approvinr approv1ft approvJug
Jug the decision dtd of the ministers to re reject rcJect rejeet ¬
ject demands of t the powers POW tS for Interna International International InternaUses ¬
tional control of the finances of Macedo Macedonia Macedon1a Macedoala ¬
ala Whether the decision is absolute or orconditional orconditional orcondlUonat
conditional has not been defnltely ascer ascertained ascerWn ascertamed ¬
tamed tainedVice Wn tamedVice I IVice
Vice Admiral Husnl Pasha has started startedon
on a special steamer for the Dardanelles Dardanellespresumably Dardanollespre Dardanoltespresumably
presumably pre umabl with instructions for the thecommander thocoMmander theeosirnander
commander of the forts regarding the thecommanders thecommanders theCommanders
commanders conduct in the event of the theappearance thealpearance theMIPearance
appearance of international fleets Sim ¬
liar instructions have been sent to the thagovernors thexovernOttl thegovernors
governors of the Turkish islands in the thearchipelago thearchipelago thearchipelago
archipelago archipelagoBEGINNING archipelagoBEGINNING archipelagoBEGINNING
BEGINNING OF TROUBLE TROUBLENaval TROUBLENaval TROUBLENaval
Naval Demonstration Likely to Pro Provoke Provoke Proyoke
voke Religious War WarParis WarParis WarParis
Paris Nov 23 tTurkeys Turkeys note in reply
to the ultimatum of the powers contains a awarning awarntng awarning
warning that the action of the powers in inresorting inINOrUng litresorting
resorting to a naval demonstration may mayprecipitate mayJreclpltatt mayPrecipitate
precipitate an international uprising vt
Mussulmans against the Christian popu ¬
lation of Turkey This is considered to tobe tobe tobe
be a threat as it is known that no dem demonstration demonatratl demOflltrstj ¬
onstration onatratl n of Mussulmans against Chris Christians ChrJsUans Christians ¬
tians can c occur unless it has the silent silentacquiescence silentacquie silentacquiescence
acquiescence acquie cen of the Turkish authorities authoritiesThe
The answer an wer of the porto as a whole is isentirely IsenUre Isentirely
entirely enUre unsatisfactory since it does not notrespond notreepond notrespond
respond to the demand for the extension extensionof
of the authorities of the financial agents agentsor
or the powers for two years and is isevasive JSevash8 isevasive
evasive upon the th question of the general generalcontrol generalcontrol generalcontrol i
control by b the powers of the financial financialaffairs financialaffairs financialaffairs
affairs of Macedonia All the ministers ministersexcept minl ministersexcept ters tersexcept
except the minister mJni ter of war favored yield yielding yieldIng yielding ¬
ing to the ultimatum but palace in influences InfluehcN influeices ¬
fluences led the sultan to overrule thq
favorable attitude ofthe of the the porte These Theseinfluences TheilInnuences ThesInfluences
influences are re regarded as the outgrowth outgrowthof
of Germany abstaining from taking takin an anactive anactive anactive
active part in the naval demonstration demonstrationThe demonstrationlhe
The Turkish h reply gives a serious turn turnto turnto turnto
to the negotiations negotiationsSent neGOtiationsSent negotiationsSent
Sent for Fleet FleetVienna FleetVhlnnfl FleetVlenne
Vienna Nov 21 2IDaron Baron Von Calice the theAustrianHungarian theAWltrianJllugarin theAustrianHungarIan
AustrianHungarian ambassador at Con Constantinople Constantlnople Constantinople ¬
stantinople has telegraphed Admiral Hit Hitter Ilittel flittsr ¬
tel Von Jedine for a portion of the inter international international International ¬
national fleet to sail immediately pro proceeding proeeedln proceeding ¬
ceeding either to MyUlece an island of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Grecian archipelago belonging to toTurkey tolurkey toTurkey
Turkey in Asia or for Besika Be ika bay near nearthe ne1rthe netrthe
the entrance of the Dardanelles DardanellesWill DardanollesWill DardanollosWIll
Will Sail Today TodayAthens TodayAtheM TodayAthens
Athens Nov 23 3It It is understood the theInternational theInttlon1 timeInternational
International fleet fk et > will ill sail tomorrow tomorrowThe tomorrowThe tomorrowThe
The foreign ministers today to 18 < paid visits visitsto
to the commanders of the warships of oftheir oftheir oftheir
their respective countries The command commanders ¬
ers later hold a conference on board the theAustrian theutrlan theAustrian
Austrian fl tgshlp tgshlpFORTY ts gshlpFORTY hlp hlpFORTY
FORTY CONTESTED CONTESTEDELECTION CONTESTEDELECTION CONTESTEDft
ELECTION SUITS SUITSLeulavUle SUITSLeuliwllle SUITSLouIsville
ft
LeulavUle Ky Nov 3 3Porty Forty suits suitseontejfting suitsoo suitseoutejsdng
eontejfting oo d the recent election of every everycity everycity everychty
city and county official In Louisville and andJefferson audJetterliOn antiJefferson
Jefferson count were filed in the circuit circuitcourt circuitCCWt circuitccurt
court today The principal suit is that thato
o Joseph T ONell the fusion candidate candidatefor
for mayor vs Paul C Barth Democrat Democratwha Democratwho Democratwho
who has just been seated In the mayoralty mayoraltychair maoralCychair mayoraltychair
chair chairCharges chairCharce chairCharges
Charges of conspiracy illegal registra registration registration registraties ¬
tion false returns force and intimidation intimidationarc
arc made The petition asks that th3 th3election thJelection th thelection
election of Barth he set st aside that ONeil ONeilbo ONei
bo b declared delaP to have been ben elected eleted or that thatit thstI
it I tion tionHANDBOOKS tionHANDBOOKSBARRED be b decided decide that there theI has ha been no doe election eleeton doetion ¬
ton tonHANDBOOKS
HANDBOOKS HANDBOOKSBARRED BARRED IN INGOVERNMENT INGOVERNMENT
GOVERNMENT OFFICE OFFICEWashington OFFICEVuhlnon OFFICEWashington
Washington Vuhlnon Nov 23 Handbooks Handboks in inthe Inthe inthe
the government Jwernment printing printn office oftce will wi not notb notb notbe
b b be allowed allowedThis alowe allowedThis
This T is II the th gist ist of an order being blng en enforced en1or enforced ¬
orer
forced 1or ed by Ac ictng Acting tins Public PUb Printer Rlcketts Rlckettsin Rickett
in the government cvernment printing p nUng office offce The Thesubject Thesubject rie rieaubjt
subject aubjt was revived revive by an n anonymous anonymousletter anonymouslte anonymousletter
letter lte received reeive by Mr Ricketts Hekets this thi week weeknaming weekurlng weeknaming
naming urlng two or three men who were weremaking weromkln weremaking
making mkln handbooks hndbks on the Bennlngs Bennlngsraces HennhagsraC Benningsraces
races raC Mr r Ricketts Rickett called caJe the men to tohis tohi tohis
his hi office otree yesterday tlterday and told them to tostop tostop tostop
stop operations opratons or he would discharge dischargethem dl dischargethena harKe harKetben
them themARIZONA thenaARIZONA
I c cARIZONA
ARIZONA BANKER BANKERIS BANKERISALLOWED is isALLOWED ISALLOWED
ALLOWED ALLOWED TO GO FREE FREETucson FREEucon FREETucson
Tucson ucon Aria Nov 23 3R R Allyn Alyn Lewis Lewisvic Leisvie Lewisvice
vic vie vice aresdent nrid nt of the late International InternationalBank Interntonal InterntonalBnk InternationalBank
Bank Bnk of Morales No = ae who has been bn on tial trial trialnere
here on a charge chlre of concurring in the thepUictln thepuljflcatlon i iputyicatkm
putyicatkm pUictln of an alleeed alee false fala state statement statement statement ¬
ment as to t the financial tnanal condition conditon Qt ofthe Qtthe
the bank bnk was wa acquitted aCjulte this morning
He was then tle placed placd on trial on o a charge chargeterritory chargeof
of embeKlnr ombeatiimtg S00 J Al As S soon a as the thetertory theterritory
territory tertory rested rqte Its It case cai the court ourt In Instrcted instructed
structed strcted the jury jurr to return a verdict verdictof I Iof
of not guilty plt P5ve Ffe other Indictments Indictmentswere Indictment
were then thtn dismissed dismissedCRAZED dimi dismissedCRAZED
C
CRAZED BY FAILURE FAILURETO
TO SOLVE MYSTERY MYSTERYWilmington MYSTERYihnington MYSTERYWlhnington
Wilmington ihnington Del Del Xoc Xo 23 23I 11 I am called calledI cled cledI
I am going coin where Mrs lr Todd has gone goneTi goneThis j
This Ti note was wa left by b Walter Vater L L j
Hoover HOver a railroad rlroAd detective dettte who de despairing doapaining ¬
spairing of solving Iving the mystery of the I
aprlq death deth of Mrs Mf Margaret Ialret myster Todd commit committed commItted ¬
ted t suicide aDic by asphyxiation aAIhxlaton here her commiI today toay
Hoover Hover had hd worked worke on o the Todd Tod case caseever c camever
ever since sin the t wealthy wfalthy womans womanl body by
was W found near aI Philadelphia PhiladelphiaHIGH Phlldelshla Phlldelshlae PhiladelphiaHIGH e I
HIGH PRICE FOR LEAD LEADSt LEADSL I ISt
+ St St Louis L Nov No SiLead Ld ore sold ld 4 + I 1years Iat Iat
+ at the hISt pice price In twetythe twentyfive twentyfiveyears +
+ years 1 In Missouri 1Ilsourl when hfn sales sle were 4 + 4 I Iadt Iinade
+ made adt today tOa at 550 5 5O per pl HW 1J om pounds poundsf pounds +
+ f The advance advane in lead led ore Is at attrbutt attnibuted 4 I
+ tributed trbutt to several 8nl causes cuss chief of ofwhich ofwhich 4 +
+ which is il the restriction rtstrcUon in produe produetion 4 +
proue prouetln
4 + tton tln in Missouri lluri Another cause au Is 18Mid issaid + 4
4 + > said to lie the tht fart that the th lead led leadlag 4 I Iing
+ 4 Ing governments gtrnmfnt of the tk world are 4
4 + buying Olng lend for military mUtry purposes ItrpO lurnosesand 4 I
+ and and Immense Imm6ns quantities Quantte are being bn bnu beinguiied 4 i
4 + used u for coverings cnrings for electric eletrc un 4
+ derground derrund cables cble everywhere 4 4ELECTION + s sELECTION
+ + + + + + + + + +
+ + +
ee1 I
ELECTION CASES CASESNow CASESNew CASESNew
New Tork York Nov 52 25John John ohn Elder was
held h Id in I H > e bail bl today toay charged eharJed with withilt9ai wlt wltlQI withillegal WI
illegal lQI voting votna and perjury prjur and James JamesGalsjrtoer Jam8 JamesGaiegter
Galsjrtoer Gaer WM w held hfld in Ji600 UO bail bl on a acharge aclse acharge
charge clse of perjury pJpr W V R R Hearsts Hent8 law lawyers Iw Iwyen lawyets ¬
yen claimed rle that 1 votes Qe were ere found in inoi Ino inoe
o oe oi > e election 1etoD district In the tht 20th 1th assembly
district dtct which whch should have bave been b n lembb counted countedfor coute countedfor
for to Mr Hearst HMt and an were WEre not notFIRE notFIRE
5 5FIRE
FIRE AT ST PAUL PAULSt PAULSt j jSt
St St Paul Pau Nov No 28 2Iire Fire lre at the corner cornerof cornerot cornerof
of Fifth and Minnesota lnnea streets stet early to today tod today ¬
day d caused an a KMW t of about abt So 01000 er The Theprincipal Timepnluclri lhe lheVtl
eU
Vtl principal loss l was w the Volkfyzeittmg olkszelunr
Printing lrata company Cny which whib Du oubnsho nhu a
rJ daily daI 101 German Grmn paper JJr its it loss lO being ben 80 80ARQUMENT 1 I IAR
ARGUMENT AR POSTPONED POSTPONEDN ONED 1
N New w YflBk YOlk Y sk Nov No S Argument on tho thomotion tho1UOB themotIon
rIJ0Jt
1UOB motion to t t ooea D the bullet bIG boxes hi the thecontent theontelt thetiniest
content ontelt of W 1 RAM R It 14ft IJssrst r t OTfT o ov J9n the may mayrutty 1ny 1nyrlt mnimyraIt
tomorrow W rutty rlt raIt elation l1dln has lkl beu b beeaadjourncd ut adjourned adjourne until untiltomorrow unti untiltomorrow I
EVIDENCE GOES GOESAGAINST GOESAGAINST GOESAGAINST
AGAINST BURTON BURTONI
I Motion 4otion to Dismiss Dismss smiss Counts in Indict Indictiment IndiotmentOveled Indictinent
ment mentOveled mentOveledNEW Overruled OverruledNEW OverruledNEW
NEW NEW WITNESS ON ONSTAND ONSTANDBAD STAND STANDBAD I I II
BAD OUTLOOK FOR THE KANSAS KANSASSENATOR KANSASSENATOR KANSASSENATOR
SENATOR SENATORLOUIS SENATORST SENATORS <
T LOUIS LOUS Mo fo Nov No 23 2In 23In In a alengthy alengthy
ST S
lengthy extempore opinion oPnlon United UnitedStates UnitedStates
States Sttes Circuit Judge Willis Wlls Van VanDevanter VanDevanter
Devanter overruled overled a motion moton to to dismiss dismissall dismss dismssal
all al the te counts in the Indictment indftment against againstUnited aainst aainstUnied againstUnited
United Unied States State Senator J Ralph Bur Burton Burton Burton
ton charged charge with having agreed ageed to ac accept a aeept accopt ¬
copt and having hRYln haavIn accepted compensa compensation compensaton compensation ¬
tion ton to act as a an a mp attorney torney for the Rialto RialtoGrain Ria1o Ria1oGrin RioItoGrain
Grain Grin Securities Seuriie companybefore copany bfore the thepostofflce thepostofce thepostoffice
postofflce postofce department at Washington Washingtonwhich WaclmlngtonwhIch Vthlngton Vthlngtonwhich
which was ftled fle by b the defense defens immedi immediately Immei Immeiately immediately ¬
ately following folowing the close of the gov governments governmens governments ¬
ernments ernmens case ce today Judge Van De Devanter Deanter Dovanter ¬
vanter said old that the definition dofnlon of the theword theword theword
word agreement agoment bore pertinently pertinentlyupon pertnenty pertnentyupon
upon this contention cntenton and went deeply
into both bth the legal le l and commercial commercialmeaIngs commercialmeanings I Imeanings
meanings meaIngs of the word wordContention wordContenton wordContention
Contention Contenton of Defense DefenseHe
He hold that tha the he agreement ageement was not notconsummated notc notconsummated
consummated c nsummat8 until unt the representative representativeof representatve representatveof
of the Rialto RiuIo company who had con conducted conducted conducted ¬
ducted the negotiations negotatons with Senator SenatorBurton SenatorBurton SenatorBurton
Burton on the train en route from St StLouis StLuis StLouis
Louis Luis to Chicago had ba returned returne to St
Louis Luis and Burtons Burt ns proposition propositon had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been accepted by the Rialto Rlalo company
Attorney Atore Lehman had held that the themere thomere themere
mere agreeing by Senator Burton by byagreeing byageeing byagreeing
agreeing ageeing to accept compensation was wasall wn wasall
all al that ho the defendant was wa ac accountable a acuntable accountable ¬
countable cuntable for and that that had oc occurred occurred occurred ¬
curred in Illinois Ilnois Judge Van Devanter Devanterthen Devanterthen
then denied donie the motion moton and allowed alowed an anexception anc anexception
exception c copton to the decision decisionDamaging decisionDamaging decisionDamaging
Damaging to Burton BurtonOne BurtonOne BurtonOne
One of the most important witnesses witnessesbrought witnee witnessesbrought
brought forward forwar by b the government governmentwas govenent govenentwas
was placed on the stand today tOY and ad the thetestimony thetetmony thetestimony
testimony tetmony adduced was wa regarded regde as asvery asvery
very Iry damaging to Senator Burton The Thewitness Thewitness rhowiness
witness winess Charles H Brooks dd not 10t ap appear apper appear ¬
pear per at the the former trial His testimony testimonywas t tmony tmonywas
was to the effect eftt that Senator Burton Burtonhad Burtonhad Burtonhad
had been introduced tohim on the roe recommendation re roeommendatlon ¬
ommendation ommendaton that he employ the sen senator senatol senator ¬
ator who would it was stated atate be a avaluable avaluable avaluable
valuable man for him 11m in the light lght of ofa ofa ofa
a pending pending investigation Invetgton by the post postofflce postofce postoffice ¬
office ofce department deprtment of an investment con concern concern concern ¬
cern of which he was president presidentSAINT presldlnt presldlntSAINT presidentSAINT
SAINT THOMAS PLATT PLATTExEasy PLATTEEasy PLAITExEasy
ExEasy EEasy Boss Anxious Anious to Ditch Odell Odelland Odel OdelIand
and Reorganize Reorgl ze New York YorkRepublicans YorkRepublcans YorkRepublicans
Republicans RepublicansNew Republcans RepublcansXew
New York Nov 23 23United United Unie States StatesSenator Stt StatesSenator
Senator Sentor T C Platt Issued Issue a statement statementtonight sttent sttentteflght statementtonight
tonight teflght on the New York county ct Retnib RetnibIfean Repubhiait
Ifean 1 lcomlte committee connni ttee chairmanship ehalrmanhlp la which wMchhe whichhe whichhe
he said saidTlw saidThe
s
The Tl sole le object of my m activity acthk in the
New York county cunty situation tituatkn Is Ir the the recov recovery rov rovery reeovcry ¬
ery to the state stte organization orllUdZton of its it old oldtime oldtme oldtime
time tme vigor v or and quality quaJ
Ho prefaced preface this thli by b declaring declring that he
had been too much abused buse himself hlmel to totake totake totake
take any an pleasure in Joining in an out outcry outer Omitcry ¬
cry er and clamor against aginst any an other Ile man manmerely manmere manmerely
merely mere because beeau it is popular plmw POlUL to do go goand jO jOand soamid
and he added adde I will wJ not say sa one word wordof wordof wordof
of peronal personal ill i will wi toward toad Mr lr Odell Odel
The party organization orgnizaton throughout the thestate UE thestate
thlouglout I
state continued cntnued Senator Seatr Piatt has
been bn transformed transfolmed Into a weak wek discord discordant dlord discordant ¬ I
ant dissatisfied dlitlstle body b lacking confidence confidencein cnfpence conft ence encein
ship shipMr in itself isef and distrustful di trustful of its leader leadership leder ledership leaderShip ¬ I
Mr 11 Platt Plat said sid that Mr Odells Odels retire retirement retre retremet retiremont ¬
mont met would be the necessary Ieeqr consequence consequenceOf cnseuenc
Of his loss 10 of the New York county countymachine count countmachin countymachaimum I
machine machin and an that there ttft is I not a politi politician plt politiclan ¬
clan cia with wJh half an eye who does not see seethat seethat
that thlt this has already alrody been bn accomplished acomplshed
Mr Platt Plt continued contnuo continuedor SC1 I IOf
Of course cur Mr 11 Odell Odel will wi throw Mr MrHalpin MrHalpin r rHalpin
Halpin but that cannot cnnot save saVE him now
The choice of the committee cmmite must lie le be between b between
tween twen Congressman Olcott and some sme smeother someother I Iother
other man ma who is as much m ch opposed to toOdell toOdel toOdell
Odell Odel and to a a county count organization orSnizton Olpset sub subservient subservient ub ubservIent ¬
servient to Odell Odel as a Olcott OlcottThe Ocott OcottThe OeottTime
The election electon of Mr Persons would be
just as fatal fatl to the surival ur 1 h 1 of Odells Odellsauthority Odels Odelsauthoriy Odellsauthority
authority authoriy over ove the committee cmmlt as would wouldMr wouldIl wouldMr
Mr Il Olcotts Olcots and between btwen them person persontwo peron peronal personally
al ally 1 should have no choice except fo fotwo fotwo
two facts fatfirt factsfirst first that Mr tr Olcott Octt oensen oensened onseni oonmenoil
ed to make the fight t ht when we were wer look lok ¬
ing for a leader leder and 1d second send that he
has his much the larger larer following fololng
I know kno moreover moreve that Mr Ir Olcott Olcottstands Octt Octtstndi Olcottstands
stands stndi Roosevelt RooseveltWETTER RoveI high in the esteem etem of President PresidentRoosevelt Preident PreidentRoveI PresidentRoosevelt
4 4WETTER Q QWETTER
WETTER MUST HANG HANGJudgment HANGJudgment HANGJudgment
Judgment Affirmed Affrmed in the Case of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Idaho Murderer MurdererSi MurdererSlainl MurdererSpecial
Si Slainl Special > ecial to The Te Herald HeraldBoise HerIa HerIaBoM HeraldBoie
Boise BoM Ida Nov 2L 23The The supreme lupreme court courttoday courttoda courttoday
today toda affirmed atrme tho judgment of the dis district district district ¬
trict court curt of Idaho county in the case caseof Cs caseof
of Rudolph Wetter who murdered Christ ChristLong Chrst ChrstLong ChristLong
Long and Claude VaIn on Grouse Grou creek creeknear creeknear creeknear
near Warren July IS l IL 1901 lOt Wetter eter was wasconvicted wasconvicted wasconvicted
convicted of murder in the first frst degree degreeand degreeand degreeand
and sentenced to hang Dec 1 1 104 itmOl KM An ap appeal apPI appeal ¬
peal PI was taken and the murderer has hassince hassnce hassince
since been b n in the penitentiary awaiting awaitingthe
snce pnientar Imaltng Imaltngthe
the result reul His crime was one of the themost themot timemobt
most mot fiendish fendish ever known know in this t tml la state stateHe stateHe stateHe
He shot Wain from ambush while the thelatter thelater thehatter
latter later was w sitting sitng by a campfire With WithWain WithValn VlthWln
Wain were Jack Clare ClAr and a little ltte son sonof sonof sonof
of Christ Chrit Long Wetter Yeter fired tire at both of ofthese orthese ofthese
these shooting Clare through the hand handand hamland handand
and the lad through the right rght leg Long L6ngwas Lbngwas Longwas
was found dead in his cabin the next nextmorning nextmorning nextmorning
morning having been een shot hot twice while whie m mbed inbed n nbd
bd bed There had been n bad bd blood blod between betweenthe betweenthe betweenthe
the men m n over placer plac r mines mlne The defense defenseat defenoe defenoeat
at the th trial was insanity Wetter Yeter will willhave w11 wallhave
have to be taken tken to Grangoville Orang ie for re resomence r resentence
sentence somenceNEW antence sentenceNEW I
I 1
NEW LIMITED TRAIN TRAINChicagoLos TRAINChicagoLos TRAINChicagoLos
ChicagoLos Angeles Schedule Calls Callsfor Cals Calsfor Callsfor
for Fifty Fify Miles Mics an Hour HourChicago HourChicgo HourChIcago
Chicago Chicgo Nov No 2SMV 2J new limited lmie pas passenger passenger ¬ I Iseimger
senger tran between btwen Chicago Chicgo and Los LosAngeles LosJ LosAngeles
Angeles J ngele over the recently renty finished fnished San SanPero SanPedro i iPedro
Pedro Pero line lne will wi be established otblshe Dec 17 17The 17The i iThe
The train which will wi be known as A the theLos theLs theLos
Los Ls Angeles Anleol Limited Limie will wi be b operated operatedover operatedover operatedover
over the Chicago ClCgo Northwestern Northwetel1 Union UnionPacific UniommPacific nion nionFacfe
Pacific Facfe and 1d tn the New San 8n Pedro Pero Los LosAngeles LOt LOtAngfle LosAngeles
Angeles Angfle Salt Lake railways riways and will willbe wi willbe
be the first frst through thrugh train between betwe Chi Chicago Chlcgo Cliicago
cago cgo and Los L < Angeles nele by b way of Og O Oden
den and Salt Lake Lke City CityThe Cityfhe CityThe
The fhe distance lstn between he twen the two points pointsvia point pointsvia
via Ia this thi route is 2096 miles mies and ald the theschedule thoheule theschedule
schedule heule calls cals for a sustained sutaine speed 8 ed of ofabout ofabut ofabout
about abut fifty miles mUem an hour Including Includingsteps includingsteps
steps for the entire distance distanc West Westbound Wet Wetboun Westboun ¬
bound boun the new train leaves 1ve Chicago Chicgo at atC at atG
C p m daily dat and will wi arrive In Los LosAngeles Losngole Lo LoAngeles I
Angeles ngole at 1246 4 p m n on n tho tho third tird day da daEastbund
Eastbound Eastbund it will wi leave l4e Los Lo Angeles AuSef at al
24 245 p IL i m and will wi arrive In Chmago at
arrve
1145 1 a m 1 on o the third day Chln Tho lo train trainwill trla trainwill I
will wi be made up of a baggage bggue eat c diner dinertwo dinertwo dinertwo
two standard Itandur weepers fe I u u tourist tOUrlt sleeper sleeperand sleeperama > Icepr Icepr8n1
and ama an observation obsenwton car There will wi be beno b beno
no JG coaches cachei cacheiEARTHQU coachesEARTHQUAKE I IEARTHQUAKE
EARTHQUAKE EARTHQU KE IN MONTANA MONTANAHelana MONTANAHelana MONTANAHelens
Helens Helana Mont lont Nov No SJ A sJIglit g earth earUieruoon earthquake
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DEPEWS FRIENOTELLS FRIENDTELLS FRIEND FRIENDTELLS
TELLS HIS STORY STORYCantankerous STORYUCantnerous STORYCantankerous
UCantnerous Cantankerous Man Mn From Up the theRiver te teRiver theRiver
River an Interesting Iterestng fitness fitnessANOTHER Vitn WitnesANOTHER s sANOTHER
ANOTHER FISH IN THE NET NETHARD NEt NEtHARD NE NEHARD
HARD TALE TOLD ON THE TH MU MUTUAL MUTUAL MUTUAL ¬
TUAL RESERVE RESERVEAi RESERVEN
II Ai EW YORK ORIc NOV 10Slt Jit 1t wa W witf1ft witf1ftI ttrtinf ttrtinfIV
IV N I afternoon afernoon when Mr Ut Hughes Hughe cattn cn cns ceimaeel
1 in investHraUngjMpunittee InostJ InvmstKdagJhIrnltteecaI
eel s of the legislative insuraee ItraBce
vestHraUngjMpunittee ostJ OgQQp1 1Ittc calied la thewlt thewltnew t1t t1tne tirItn
new ne n chair William WiIIlamS S Manning of f Albany Albanyreferred A tIbe5yreferred bft7 bft7roCelrod
referred to in letters addressed by John JohnA
A Nichols to Senator Depew at a mu pfrevi pfrevious pteIQUS ieviQua
Qua session as the cantankerous friend friendup friendup friendup
up Use river riverSir rherMr riverMr
Mr Manning was the most mo t interesting interestingwitness Intereiillntvttnc8 interesungwitness
witness of tho day and was questioned questionedcloselv questionedclosely questionedclosely
closely by b Mr Hughes as to his connec connection connection connectioua ¬
tion with life insurance He detailed his hiswork hiswork hiswork
work for various companies for many manyyears man manyeans manyyears
years and gradually camo to the time timewhen timewnen timewhen
when he took up insurance work at t Al Albany Albany Albammy ¬
bany and as he > testified was paid 5450 5450a t50 15Oa
a year ear by John A Nichols to protect life lifeinsurance Ufeinsurance lifeinsurance
insurance interests always in the inter interests Intere3ts interests ¬
ests of the business but not In the inter interests interests interests ¬
ests of the officers officersNever officersNever officersNever
Never Knew Where It Came From FromAftor Fromftor FromAfter
After ftor several years he said this thisamount thl thlamount thiSanmount
amount was reduced to 300 300 H Ha did not notknow notImow notknow
know where Mr Nichols vas getting the themoney thfjmoney themoney
money and had never Inquired He de denied denied denied ¬
nied that he had ever received money moneyIrom monoJfrom moneyfrom
from the tlJ Equitable Life Assurance soci society 6Oclet society ¬
ety et When hen his fee was reduced how howover howover howover
over he understood that thin Equitable Equitablethe Equltablthe
the Mutual Life and the New York Life Lifehad Iifehad Lifehad
had each paid 1W and that the reduc reduction reduction reductiomi ¬
tion was due to the fact that the t e Ner NerYork Ne NeYork NeYork
York Life had dropped out of the agree agreement agreement agreenment ¬
ment
Acted as Expert ExpertAn
An interesting part of the testimony testimonywas te timony timonywas
was reached when Mr Hughes inquired inquiredconcerning iJ1ulredconcerning Inquiredconcerning
concerning the state insurance investiga investigation Inveatlgalion investigation ¬
tion of 1877 Manning said he acted as an anexpert anexpert anexpert
expert then and found that the reports reportsof
of the proceedings were garbled and un untrue untruQ Untrue ¬
true He testified that he secured secure < l a acorrected 8cQrrected acqrrocted
corrected report of the proceedings from fromtha fromthe fromthe
the offclal stenographer and had a vol volume volume volume ¬
ume printed the alleged garbled arts nartshaving artshaving artahaving
having been printed In italics These Thesewere Thesevere e ewere
were sold to some Insurance companies companiesfor
for GO 50 O a copy cop The volume olum was copy copyrighted COP COPrighted copyrighted ¬
righted to prevent the publication of tee t0atlmony U teetlmnon3 tI tIUmon
tlmony Umon contained in the work He denied deniedalso deniedal deniedalso
al also o that ho had ever made arrangements arrangementswith
with insurance companies to stop the thepublication thepublication thepublication
publication of his book bookI
I just gave It up he said whenever wheneverMr
Mr Hughes Inquired InquiredThe Inquiredlhe InquiredThe
The committee adjourned while Mr MrManning Urolanning uIr uIrManning
Manning was on the stand until tomor tomorrow tomorrow tom r rrow ¬
row morning morningONE morningONE morningONE
ONE MANS EXPERIENCE EXPERIENCEBusiness EXPERIENCEBU6iness EXPERIENCEBusiness
Business Methods of the Mutual Re Reserve Reserve Reserve ¬
serve Company CompanyNew CompanyNew CompanyNew
New York Nov No 23 23The The insurance in investigation Inveostigatlon Investigatlon ¬
vestigation committee today called George GeorgeEldredse GeorgeEldredge GeorgeEldredge
Eldredge vice ice president and actuary of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Mutual Reserve Life Insurance com company compan cornpony ¬
pony pan He first became connected with withthe withthe withthe
the company May 1 lifll t The company companywas companywas companywas
was ofeanized in 1S01 and was w known knownas
as an assessment company doing a apost apost apost
post mortem assessment business until untilApril untilApril untilApril
April 1901 1901Mr 190Mr 19OMr
Mr Hughe read the contents of a let letter lettr letter ¬
ter which he said bad been sent to totho totho tothe
tho covornor of a state then to an in insurance Insurance Insurauce ¬
surance commissioner and finally to the thecommittee thocommlttc thecommittee
committee Jt It was written by b the hold holder ¬
er of a J5000 policy in the Mutual Re Reservo R Rsorvo Reservo
servo Life Insurance company com pan whiph ho hohad hohad hehad
had taken out in 18S5 At the end of the thefirst thefInit timfirst
first fiveyear period he was Informed lnformedby Informedby
by the company that he had paid In an anamount anamount anamount
amount In excess of the mortuAry de demands demamls domands ¬
mands and that a bond the amount of ofwhich ofwhich ofwhich
which was not stated was credited l to tohis tohis tohis
his account payable at tho end of ten tenyears tenyenrs tenyears
years At the expiration of the ten tenyears tenYORrs tenyears
years he said he was informed that thatsuch that5uch thatsuch
such unusual and extraordinary assess assessments assessments assessmeats ¬
ments had been made against him that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the whole amount of the bond was wiped wipedout wipedout wipedout
out At 1 the end of the second fiveyear fiveyearperiod tIcyearperiod fiveyearperiod
period he was given another bond which whichhe whichhe whiclmlie
he savs jIlt h still has in his possession possessionAt
At the end of tho third fiveyear period periodhe peri 0 < 1 1he
he declared that he was Informed by 1 tho thocompany thoeompan timecompany
company that he owed it 1300 and that thathe thathe thathe
he would have to pay P D Q or in interest Interest Interest ¬
terest would J be charged against a inst him himMr himMr lm lmIr
Mr Ir Bldrodge said he did not see se how howsuch JtO JtOsuch howsuch
such a condition could arise Mr Hughes Hughesgave HugheSsave Rugiiegave
gave him the number ot 0 tho policy and andhe andhe andlie
he said he would have it looked into intoACCIDENT IntoACCIDENT
5 5ACCIDENT
ACCIDENT OR SUICIDE SUICIDEChattanooga SUICIDEChattanooga SUICIDEChattanooga
Chattanooga Tenn Nov No 23 3Ueuten 3Ueutenant Lieuten Lieutenant ¬
ant W H Graham of the Twelfth caval cavalry caalry cavalFr ¬
ry stationed at Fort Oglethurpe O lot OrJ8 shot shothimself shothhnsolf shothimself
himself through the left lung today and andprobably andprobabb andprobably
probably will 111 die di > It is not known knownwhather Knownwhether knownmvhstlmer
whether the shooting was accidental or ordone ordono ordone
done with suicidal intent intentNO Intenter intentNO
er erNO
NO NEW CASES CASESIavana CASESllavana CASESifavana
Iavana llavana Nov 23 ZJN Np > new cases of yel yellow ye yelow ¬
low fever were reported today tOda Six spa suspeets SUIpeets spapeeLs
peets have boon discharged from rorp itvhftjf itvhftjfpltal tllh tllhpltal tl4htjpitai
pltal Seven cases arc being observafto trenliqVwfu trenliqVwfufour troot troad1tt troad1ttfour 1jU
four suspects arc uuder observation i 4 i
BURGLARS LOOT LOS ANGELES BANK BANKSafe BANKSafe
Safe of a Japanese Institution Opened After Hours of Hard Hardi HardWork HardWork
i Work in the Busy Part of ofthe the Town and 15000 15000in
iV in Cash Carried Away
1
I i OS O ANGELES Cal al Nov No 23 23Rob 23RobL Rob Robliors
Lo L bets broke into the local Japanese Japanesebank Japanesebank Japanesebank
bank at 111 East Fifth street last lastnight lastnight lastnight
night and took cash amounting to
15000 15000The 15000The 15000The
The robbers gained access acc s to the thebank thebank thebank
bank which is a branch of the Nichl NichlPel NlahPei NIchiPet
Pet Cinko by opening the door of a abicycle ablc abicycle
bicycle blc cle shop In the adjoining building buildingcutting butldlngQuttins buildingcutting
cutting a hole through the brick wall wallinto wallinto wallInto
into the bank and thus reaching the therear therear theyear
rear of the safe They The had Intended Intendedit
it appears to break m al Into the safe by byt byJ18 byt4ie
t J18 e use US t of dynamite as tools tool and dyna dynaxftitacaps d dynaiisettp nl nlltecap
xftitacaps ltecap were We found udb by btthe the th police be beChisels be beinb beMrti
Mrti inb the ln1e
ln1eChisels
Chisels Used UsedEvidently UsedEvidently
I Evidently they feared the noise of an anexplosion anaxploslbn anoxplosibn
explosion so near to a busy corner cornerana cornerand
ana ana resorted to the use of chisels With Withthese Withthese Viththese
these a hole was cut through the back backof backof backof
I
of the safe a task tasi that must have re required required required ¬
quired several hours steady work
Throygh this thl hole the strong boss was wasreached wasreached wasreached
reached and all al the cash taken out ex except except except ¬
cept 21250 whlch hl < h was wa covered with withpapers withpapers witlmpapers
papers The robbery was not discov discovered discovered dlseovered ¬
ered until the bank was about to open openfor openfor openfor
for business today The police say it itwas Itwas Itwas
was the work of expert burglars burglarsPrepared burglarsPrepared burglarsPrepared
Prepared for a Run RunIt RunIt RunIt
It was feared that there might be a arun alun aiun
run on the bank when news of the rob robbery robber robbery ¬
bery ber spread and the officers immedi immediatelyprepared immediately immetilately ¬
atelyprepared ately prepared for it by b going to the theCentral theCentral theCentral
Central bank with whom it has credit creditand creditapd creditapd
apd securing 14000 to meet all de demnnfla denmJ1f donanij
nmJ1f mnnfla nanijThe Vf
nmJ1fThe The toanfc b k opened promptly on on tlmS tlmSfor mkif mkiffor t11tffor
for business and there have bean no nodications in indications ifidlcatlons ¬
dications of a run M Takehara the themanager themanager themanager
manager of the bank departed this aft afternoon afternoontor afternoonfor ¬
ernoon ernoontor for San Francisco to explain the therobbery therobbery therobbery
robbery to the head ofllce o Only cash cashwas cashwas cashwas
was taken by b the robbers several thou thousand thoud thousond ¬
sand d dollars of negotiable paper being being1found beingfound beingfound
found found scattered about the floor
HEARST CONTEST A FLAT FAILURE FAILUREMany FAILUREMany
Many Mistakes in the Election Returns but the Other Candi Candidates Candidates Candidates ¬
dates Suffered Also AlsoMcClellan McClellan Makes Greatest GreatestGain GreatestGain GreatestGain
Gain in Eleventh District
M 1 I EW YORK Nov 28 23Two Two sentences sentencesI sentencesPd
NEW Pd I for illegal voting were passed to today toda today ¬
day da by the supreme court Thom Thomas fhomas ¬
as Halle who confessed that he voted votedillegally votedIllegaily otedlUegal1y
illegally under the name of Thomas ThomasHall ThomasHall Thomasnil
Hall nil received an indeterminate sen sentence seatence ¬
I
tence of not less than a year oar and ten tenmonths tenmonths tenmonths
months The same sentence was meted metedout metedout metedout
out to Thomas D Brennan who plead pleaded pleadcd pleaded ¬
ed guilty to voting on another mans mansname mansname I Iname
name Both men voted in the Third Thirdassembly Thirdas8embl Thirdassembly
assembly as8embl district districtPoint districtPoint districtPoint
Point Raised by Hearst HearstCounsel HearstCounsel HearstCounsel
Counsel for W R Hearst today toda raised raisedthe raisedthe raisedtime
the legal point that Mayor McClellan McClellanwill McClellanwill McCieilanwill
will be mayor ma or of New York only onl as a aholdover aholdoc1 aholdover
holdover after Dec 31 next unless Mr MrHearsts IlrHearsts MrHearsts
Hearsts light for a recount is ended endedbefore endedbefore endedbefore
before that time This was said to be bedue bed1o bedpo
due to the fact that under an order is Issued isstied j jsued
sued last week by Justice Amend of the thesupreme thesupreme thesupreme
supreme court the board of canvassers canvttSSersof j jof
of New ork rk county cannot issue a
I Al WASHINGTON Nov No 23 23Senato1 23Senato1Sutherland 23Senator 23Senatorvv Senator SenatorSutherland
W vv Sutherland called on President PresidentRoosevelt PresidentRoosevelt ProsdentRoosVclt
Roosevelt today and talked over overUtah ever QerUtahpatnnfUge everUtah
Utah UtahpatnnfUge patronage matters Ho expressed expresseda
a desire that the present incumbents in invarious invarious Invariops
various federal federal offices in Utah be al allowod cilowd
lowod to retain their positions indefi indefinitely indeUnitob mdclinitoiy ¬
nitely and It is understood to be hi hidosirq his hioidoslrQ hisdesire
desire as well voil as that of Senator SenatorSmbpt Senatorsn SenatorSmppt
Smbpt sn t that Internal In tornal Revenue Collector Collectoranlat C Collectort7tfljr olle < tol tolflf
flf t7tfljr anlat r be not removed to make way wayjWMSian wa wayJpIpan
JpIpan jWMSian i 1an from Idaho or ilontann Mon ontann utn Tho Thotoh Thotl The1Jtahsenator8
tl 1Jtahsenator8 toh jjonatora Svill make a fight to
certificate of election either to Mayor MayorMcClellan MayorMcClellan MayorMcClellan
McClellan or the comptroller or presi president president president ¬
dent of the board of f aldermen until the theproceedings theproceedings theproceedings
proceedings attending the movement movementfor movementfor movementfor
for a recount are ended endedMany endedMany
Many Discrepancies DiscrepanciesIn
In many mlm of the districts canvassed canvassedby canvassedbr
by the board of countycanvassers county canvassers of ofNew orlIlew ofIiew
New York county discrepancies were werefpund w werefound re refound
found today todll and the Hearst repre Tepressntatives represjntat1vQfi represeamtatlves
ssntatives claim their candidate gained gainedmoro gainedmoro gainedmore
moro than 150 votes This gain was dls dispqtad dlspqted dlsPLItOd
pqtad however The canvassers are arecomparing arecomparing arecomparing
comparing tally tall sheets with the police policereturns policereturns policereturns
returns Petitions for recount in many manydistricts man mandistricts manydistricts
districts may be based btl ed on this canvass canvassIn canvassIn canvassIn
In the examination examlnati rn of disputed bal ballots ballots balhots ¬
lots before SupromeCourt Suprome COUlt Justice Gieg Giegerich Giegerich Ciegerich
erich today toda in the Eleventh assembly assemblydistrict assemblydistrict assemblydistrict
district it was und f that there was a again again again
gain of twelve votes for Mayor lIa or McClel McClellan McClellan MeClelIan ¬
lan eleven < for Hearst H rst and five for forIvins forIvins forIviris
Ivins
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SMOOT WILL WILLNOT NOT RESIGN RESIGNSpecial
Special Sp elal to The Herald HeraldWashington HcntldWashington HeraldWashington
Washington Nov No 23 23Senator Senator Reed Smoot who arrived here this thisevening thiscvenlng thisevening
evening says most emphatically that there is no foundation for the story storythat stor storthat storythat
that he intends to resign Ign from the senate and he Is at a ii loss to under understand understand understand ¬
stand the source of the report He is surprised to learn that the senate senatejection senatecommittee senatecommittee
committee will reopen his cns case and give further h hrIns rln but has no ob obI objection
I jection to that course He furthermore declares his hs willingness to abide abideby abideby abideby
by any action which the senate nnte may take when hen It comes to a vote on his hiscase hiscase
case cas i iIt
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cast It t will probably be late in January before befor the committee < on privileges privilegesand pr privilegesand Ueg Uegand V
and elections makes a report on the Smoot case Hearings cannot be re resumed lC yeI ¬
i I sumed before the first week in January Janua After their conclusionthe com committee comI ¬
I mittee will take some time to digest the great mass of testimony and andit andit amidit
it will be remarkable if they the can report in tnJ4nuary January Once the case goes goesto goesto
to the senate it will 111 receive prompt consideration as it is a matter of the thehighest thehighest thehighest
highest privilege and will be disposed of before legislative matters can canreceive canrecee canreceve
receive consideration It Is expected the debate bote in the th senate will occupy occupyseveral occupyI occupyseveral
I several weeks weeksSUTHERLAND j jSUTHERLAND
SUTHERLAND AT THE THEWH1TE WHITE HOUSE HOUSEUtah
Utah Senator Looking After Patronage PatronageHeadq PatronageHeadquarters Headquarters arters for This ThisRevenue ThisRevenue ThisRevenue
Revenue Revenue District to Remain in Salt Lake LaKeTenure Tenure of ofCaliister ofCallister ofCallister
Callister Uncertain
have this oflloo filled by a Utah tah man manaiid mruIlapd macuapd
apd while they th have no assurance that thatlalistr
Cfaljistpr < lalistr will he hj reappointed they do
feel confident that the revenue collec collectors collectorli coileetons ¬
tons offices Jtnc wilj wll not be removed rt > from fromSalt fromSnIt fromSalt
Salt Lake City even if an Idaho or orMontapu orMoptput
Montapu 1 tnl1 man should be appointed to tosucceed toscceed tosaloceed
succeed CalOstdr CalOstdrIt Ca1Ust r rIt
It develops today too that Senator Car Carter Curler Cartel ¬
tel Intends to urge some Montana man manfor mantor manfor
for Canisters offleQ om Q but if he finds it itsenators I IImlpopslbJe
bvo ImlpopslbJe IW eto 1c Imayemhits pt IN n aimarm lan t tppointed tppointedSenmttipi1rey p Qlnttm QlnttmVlIjltWJh
VlIjltWJh l Jin 1port Sen Senmttipi1rey R r
bUJ1t INlJlJpJ lAAtlIson TSinltrl T mlL1t f fldJ fTwfli41ts
ldJ Twfli41ts oFlflls 4rh 4rlirLItaii fIJ Uh enators are ar
RIPLEY LAUGHS LAUGHSAT
AT ROOSEVELT ROOSEVELTPresident ROOSEY LT LTPres
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President Pres dent lrobab Probably y Sincere But ButBadly Butad1 Butad1y
Badly ad1 ad1y Mistaken MistakenMUCH MistakenMUCH staken stakenMUCH
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MUCH HYSTERIA AFLOAT AFLOATRAILROAD AFLPATRAILROAD AFLOATRAILROAD
RAILROAD MANS OPINION OF OFPANAMA OFPANAMA OFPANAMA
PANAMA CANAL CANALJ CANALL
J I qs ANGELES Cal Nov No 28 IPru IPruident Pr Prident Prea PreaL
L L ident E P Rlpley of ths th Santa F Frailroad 1rnl Fe Ferailroad
railroad rnl road whp wh arrived In Los Losgales An Angeles Angales ¬
gales today had the following to any anyregarding1 uyreg esyrcgamdlng
regarding1 reg rate legislation legislationIn V VIn
In regard to President Roosevelts Rooseveltsattitude Roo Rooseveltsattitude evelt eveltattitudo
attitude toward the matter of railroad railroadrate raIlroadmte railroadrate
rate legislation my In opinion does not notdiffer notdiffer notdiffer
differ radically radicall from that of most rail railroad1 railroad railroad ¬
road men V V
Hysteria Afloat AfloatI
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I will say in the first place t that t I Ithink Ithink Ithink
think the president without question is issincere Issincere issimmeereln
sincere simmeereln in his position on this matter matteras
as in nIl others but at the lame me time timeI
I think he is as mistaken as he is sin sincere sincere sincere ¬
cere There is a good deal of hysteria hysteriaalloat h hysteriaafloat liItrla liItrlaal10at
afloat in the country that is Ito baaed baaedupon ftlupon basedupon
upon as much knowledge or as much muchsincerity muchsincerity muchsincerity
sincerity as the president possesses possessesWhat po possessesWhat e iieWhnt
What he proposes is in fl my opinion opinionno
no remedy remed for the evils that he says saysexist saysexist saysexist
exist There may ma b be eyils and there theremay tJu theremay re remay
may be remedies for them but I do not notthink notthink notthink
think President Roosevflt Rooscvlt has struck struckupon ittuckupon struckupon
upon the right one oneCanal oneCanal oneCanal
Canal Not Considered ConsideredWhat ConsideredWhat ConsideredWhat
What do you think the effect of the thePanama thePanama thePanamaia
Panama canal will bo on the west and andwestern andwestern ammdwestern
western railroads railroadsI
I do not consider that the canal canalwhen canalwhen canalwhen
when it comes to th the finishing ftni hlng point pointwill pointwill pointvlil
will interfere seriously with the traffic trafficof
of railroads But I dont worry much muchabout muchabout muchabout
about that for I do not think the big bigditch bigditch bigditch
ditch will come into practical pt ctlcal use in inyour inour Inyour
your our day or mine That will take in infinitely Infinltch inflmmiteiy ¬
finitely more time and money mone than ie ienow IInow isnow
now calculated and an < l I cannot see that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the present generation has much inter interest interest interest ¬
est in it ono way or the other unless unlessfor unlO6litor unlinsfor
for its children I do not expect to see seeit seeIt seeit
it approach completion for at least leasttwenty leaattwenty leasttwenty
twenty yoars yoarsSUICIDE yoorsSUlCI yoarsSUICIDE
SUICIDE SUlCI DE OF MURDERER MURDERERReturned MURDERERReturned MURDERERReturned
Returned to the Scene of His Crime Crimeand Crimeand Crimeand
and Shot Himself HimselfNyack HimselfN HimselfNyack
Nyack N nek N Y Nov No 23 23lhp The body of ofWilliam oCVllliam ofWilliam
William H Jones who last night shot shotand shotand shotand
and killed Harry Britton and wounded woundedFrank woundedFrank woundedFrank
Frank Britton was found this morning morningat
at the rear of the Baptist church near nearthe nearthe neontime
the scene of last nights murder Jones Joneshad Joneshad Joneshad
had shot himself through the heart heartThe heartIhe ImeartTime
The discovery of the body IJod followed followedan
an allnight search for Jones It is be beHevecJ belIeve believecl
HevecJ lIeve J that Jones after wandering wanderingabout wanderingahout wammderingabout
about for several hours returned to the thevicinity thevlelnit thevicinity
vicinity of the Britton homo in t theltf1e theltf1eof the ho hope hopeof hqpoof
of seeing Jessie Britton and not benig benigableto behlSlble behagable
ableto able to safely approach the house de deelded de decided doelded
elded to kill himself JiimeelfJanes J1imselfJtnea4 V VJmnesijis
Jtnea4 Jmnesijis Janes W3u < a adeeoraVtor 4lecoati tor > r employed In a alocal alocal alocal
local painting paIntfn > shop He claime4 tobe to be a aCuban aCuban aCuban
Cuban CubanEvidence CubanE1denec CubanEvidence
Evidence that Jones intended to blow Wowup blowup blowup
up the Britton house last 1a t night was wasfound Wasfound wasfound
found by b the police today A tin can cantied cantied cantied
tied with ribbons which he left at his hisvictims hisvictims hitsvictims
victims house was opened today and andfound andfound amifound
found to contain giant powder which whichwas whIchwas whichwas
was packed with stones stonesMISTAKE stonesf stonesMISTAKE stonesMISTAKE
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MISTAKE RECTIFIED RECTIFIEDMinds
I Minds of the Isle of Pines Disturbers DisturbersI
1 Set at Rest RestWashington RestVashington RestWashington
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Washington Nov 23 SIn In the map for
1005 issued by b the general land office officethe officeth officethe
the th little dot of land lying on the coast coastof eoutof coastof
of Cuba and known as the Isle J le of Pines Plneawill Plnellwill Pineswill
will no longer have the letters T IT t S Sfollowing Sfollowing Sfollowing
following its name nameTills nameThis nameThIs
This decision has been reached by the thegeneral theeneral thegeneral
general eneral land office which sinee 19UJ has hasdesignated hasdeshmated hasdesirnated
designated this bit of land Pine Pin Island IslandU
U S The offclal maps have had the theisland theisland theisland
island indicated as an American posses possession Islon pessesdon ¬
don for over four years Frank Band Bandchief Bandchief Bandchief
chief of the map division of the general generalland gentralland gemmeralland
land office said today totJa that the letters lettersU
U S had been placed after Pine Island Islandby Iiiilandbv Islandby
by mistake and that the error would be berectified berectlfled berectified
rectified 6n on n the new maps There is now nowpending nowpending flowpending
pending in the senate a treaty treat formally formallytaking formallytaking formallytaking
taking over the island to the republic of ofCuba orCuba ofCuba
Cuba CubaCALIFORNIA CubaCALIFORNIA CubaCALIFORNIA
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CALIFORNIA ATTORNEY ATTORNEYSENTENCED ATTORNEYSENTENCED ATTORNEYSENTENCED
SENTENCED TO PRISON PRISONSan
San Francisco Nov No 23 3Gt George orgeHow W WHowe v vHowe
Howe How an attorney convicted of using usingthe ualn ualnthe usingtime <
the United States mails to defraud was wactsentenced wwssen wassentenced
sentenced sen tenced to pay a fine of JIM 180 and to toserve toserve toservo
serve eighteen months in San Quentin Quentlnby Quentinby
by b District Judge De Haven today todayHis todayHis todayHis
His offense consisted in using u8in the themails themails themails
mails to promote the sale of stock in inthe Inthe Inthe
the mines of the Yale Gold Mining Miningcompany Miningcompany UninKcompun
company companyV compunV
V C Van Hatten of Wullu aUa Walla WallaWash WaHaWash VallaWash
Wash was the principal witness witnessagainst wltueqngaInst witnessagainst
against the accused accusedExLieutenant accusedExLIeutenant accusedExLleutemmant
ExLieutenant Governor Neff and ex exJudge exJudge exJudge
Judge Lawler testified among others othersthat othertthat othersthat
that Howe used their names IUDf > S against againsttheir 8KRlnsttheir againsttheir
their wishes wishesSLIGHTLY wishesSLIGHTLY wishesSLIGHTLY
SLIGHTLY INJURED INJUREDPatriotic INJUREDPatriotic INJUREDPatriotic
Patriotic Korean Throws Tbrows Stone at atMarquis atMarquislto atMarquis
Marquis Marquislto MarquisltoSoouI Ito ItoSeoul ItoSeoul
Seoul Korea Nov 0 22 22Delayed Delayed in intransmission iniransmisslonVhUe IntransrnisslonWhile
transmission iransmisslonVhUe While Marquis Ito was wasin W8JiIin wasIn
in a train this evening returning from a ashooting ashooting
shooting trip with Minister Hayashi and andmembers andmemblrs andmembers
I members of their suites a window of the thecar tbecar thecar
car in which he was riding was smashed smashedby smuhNlby smashedby
by a stone and he sustained three slight slightscratches ali slightscratches < ht htsCrAtches
scratches from the broken glass glassThe classlhe glassThe
The frain raIn was stopped Immediately and andthe andthe andtime
the neighborhood was searched by gen gendarmes Sendarmes gendarmes ¬
darmes who arrested four natives It Itis Itis Itis
is believed that the act was committed committedby
by b members of the socalled patriotic patrioticstudent Jatriottcstudent patrioticstudent
student society soctet to resent the new treaty treatywith treatywith treatywith
with Janan JananWHERE JaDanWHERE JananWHERE
WHERE STOCK STOCKIS IS TAXED TAXEDAttorney TAXEDAttorney TAXEDAttorney
Attorney General M A Breeden Gives GivesOpinion GivesOpinion GivesOpinion
Opinion on Subject SubjectAfMuch Much In Interest Interest Interest ¬
terest to Cattlemen CattlemenRegarding CattlemenRegarding CattlemenRegardimmg
Regarding the taxation of grazing or ortra ortra ortransient
tra transient sient stock Attorney General M A ABreeden ABreeden ABreedea
Breeden affirms that stock can be taxed taxedonly taxedonly taxedonly
only in the county count in which the owner ownerof ownerof ownerof
of the herds h rds resides A mans legal ross residence r rossidenee 8 8Idonce ¬
idence Is in the county where he lives livesand Ih Ihand livesand
and votes otes In case the stock is l grazed grasedIn
In more than ono county the assessor assessorof auae 80r 80rof
of each county must list the stock on onor QUor onor
or before the 15th ii th of February and sub submit Hubmit submit ¬
mit this list to the assessor of the thecounty thecQunty thecatmnty
county in which the owner lives for th thcollection the thecollection thecollection
collection oi taxes taxesgratified taxessratified taxesgratified
gratified to know kno that the revenue revenueheadquarters rotUUeheadquarters revenueImeariquartors
headquarters of Utah district will re remain remain remain ¬
main permanently at Salt Lake Lalt City CityThe CityThe CItyTime
The administration apparently disap disapproves dIsnpproves dbatppraves ¬
proves of o moviiyj movin the office from fQm one oneplace oneplace 0110place
place to another and IB satisfied with withcentrallylocated withSalb wltjmSalt
Salt IIe I5 Clt City b boettj lft it 1ci tlw tlwlil tii tiilmtrgesL
lil lmtrgesL est cty e1t In thodt tlheVd1statrimd tInl1 is Ulv fliOtt fliOttcentriIly1ocatcd c ccenlrallylocatcd
centrallylocated than any a 1Y oilier
CASHIER CAUGHT CAUGHTWITH CAUGHTWJTH CAUGHTWITH
WITH THE GOODS GOODSArrest I IArrest
Arrest of Employe of United States StatesAssay StatesAssay StatesAssay
Assay Office at Seattle SeattleROBBED SeattlROBBED Seattl1ROBBED
ROBBED PLACER MINERS MINERSHAD
HAD 12000 IN CURRENCY CURRENCYWHEN CURRENCYWHEN CURRENCYWHEN
WHEN ARRESTED ARRESTEDi ARRESTEDS
C i BATTLE mh Nov 28 23George 23Georgei Georga GeorgdEdward GeorgaEdward
S i Edward Adams for seven years yearscashier yeorscuhler yearscashier
cashier of the United States assay assayoffice assayoffico assayoffice
office in this alLy and one of the beat beatknown bettkno bestknown
known kno young youm men in Seattle is under underarrest undHarrtNlt underarrest
arrest accused by secret service offi officiate omcJaJ othidale ¬
dale of th theft of IiOOO 3 000 in gold dust dustto d dtlstto t tto
to which he had access s in his official officialcapacity olficjacaptlclty officialcapacity
capacity Of this sum 12000 was taken takenoff takenoff takenoft
off Adame by Secret Service Agent AgentConnelU AgentConnell AgemitConnoll
Connell who has been at work on the thecage theca thecage
cage ca o for several weeks w Mr ConmU ConmUcalim Connh1hn Connt141511m5
calim < 1hn that Adams has made a pract practically practcally practcally ¬
cally complete cmfession of guilt stat stating titatiDig statlug ¬
lug that he had attracted ah tlllfted more than
30000 from miners poke pies since June Juneaet JuneJut Junolast
Jut and substituted iUb black sand to rep represent represent represent ¬
resent the deficiency in weight weightBig welgmtBig eIt eItBig
Big Bail Required RequiredAdams RequiredAdams RequiredAdmuns
Adams was taken before Uutc Lllitl LllitlStato 1 1StatesCommissioner IStates
States StatesCommissioner Commlssloner Klefer this altci altcineon aftPlINWU aItemneon
neon and held in 30000 bonds to ar arpew aIp a aP054
pew p ftt for preliminary examination on onFriday 011Friday 1 1Friday
Friday next Adams believes he h hebe will willbe wIllbo
be able to secure bondsmen b md < men when ar arraigned itrraJpted mr mrreigned ¬
reigned in court Adams made T Tstatement T8tatement ii iistatement > < >
statement other than to demur aa to tothe t ttho ttime
the amount alleged to have been taken takenSecret takrSecret take takeSecret
Secret Service Agent Connell on th thwitness thl thlUnoe thWitness
witness stand testified that from til tilresult t tl tlresult h hro
result ro ult of his investigation and exam examination exaITInatlon exanInation ¬
ination of Adams account he had rea reason rp rpBOn reson < ¬
son to believe that the shortage wouH wouHexceed wou wouexceed woullexceed
exceed 35000 35000Substituted 3 35000Substituted OOO OOOSubstituted
Substituted Black Sand SandConnell SandConnell SandCouncil
Connell gave gI1 out this statement statementAdams stateiflemAdams t tAdwnK
Adams method of operating wa fJ fJsubstitute t tsub tmsubstitute
substitute sub tltute black sand which occurs < in innearly illnearl l lnearly
nearly nearl all deposits del 08its > of placer gold fr frdust frdUst f a adust
dust which was turned into the t11 a aoftice aofUce ab aboffice >
office to be weighed and melted Tlpercentage Tl fIpelentage lIpercentage
percentage of dirt in gold dust vui Val i ifrom q qtrom = i ifrom
from 2 to S per cent cen t depending on tip tiplocality t Ibeauty 1 1locaUty
locality from which it comes Alu Aluthe Atfthe Al Althe
the gpld oId had been melted the weugit weugitrepresented w weig weigrepresented tglt tgltreprMented
represented by the sand would l lcharged t tcharged i > V Vcharged
charged to shrinkage thus thu protwtln protwtlnAdam pro protctuiAdams t4tl1 t4tl1Adam
Adam from detection This Ibl shrink shrinkbecame sbrinkabeeaJne shrirmkIL shrirmkILbecame >
became so large lo e however that tht tlu fa fawas faas fawas
was as sufficient to attract the depart departments dli1artn1etlts dtar ¬ V Vmeats
meats attention and Inquiry resulting resultingfrom rMulti1from reamitti reamittifrom
from this suspicious tan circumstance 1 1l 1lto < 1 1to 1to
to Mr Adams Ada HJ arrest today todayGave todayGave todayGave
Gave Up 12000 12OOOWhen 12000When 12000When
When I accused him he delivrrrI delivrrrIover delinfClover dehivre1eves
over 12000 in currency which he ha1 ha1concealed h lm1concealed 1 1cooee1ed
concealed irt a belt on His jMMfon 1 Ho Hoadmitted H Hadmitted Hoadmitted
admitted to me that it was s his pratHi pratHito
to extract the theJQld gold old dust du and sell It t ta M Ma 1 1a
a local bank It was as in turn deposit depo < lf1 lf1in 1 1in 1in
in the assay a oiiice to be reduced to tmi tmilion b Liuilion II i iUon
lion Amounta varying var iDtc from t roift O 20 10 n S 1 icould 1uld 1could < < <
could uld be easily ea removed from large largesigimtents 111 111sIAlJmel1t8 ti tisigurnente
sigimtents of dust without exciting im immediate iwmediate iii iiimediate ¬
mediate suspicion Adam took curve eurreCr unPI unPIcy i icy
cy in exchange for the dost and kept keptit kertIt
it concealed on his person He told m mthat mthat mti mtithat
that of the sum which the department departmentknows departm departmentknows < n t tknows
knows to be missing all had been ex extracted IXtr extraetetI ¬
tracted tr during dUJi g the present year th thgreater thgreater t1igreater
greater portion since slnc June 1 last Ho Howould 11 11ould Itowould
would ould have Ive severed his connection n with wittithe withthe w itli itlithe
the office on Dec 1 and under the tii tiicuinstances i icum 11 11cumstcmees
cuinstances cum t4lncH we had but a few days lfi lfiin kn knin llIn >
in which to make the > arrest while hile hi hiwas 11 1118S liuas
was as still a government official officialStatement olftclalStatement otficialStatement
Statement of Adams AdamsThe AdamsTbe AdamsThe
The only statement Adams ivoul i imake imake imnake
make tonight was wasI
I do not care to make a detail detailstatement dptiJill dptiJillstatement I Istatement
statement of the charge ch e against TIL TILuntil lllunUl rt rtuntil
until I have secured and consultI consultIcounsel consu1ttoounsel consult I Icounsel
counsel As cashier c hler of the assay offi offiI < p pI t
I 1 handled no money I am confident confidentthat confidpItthat confidentthat
that I can within two days straighten straightenthe str ightf ightfthe
the matter up upJacob upJuob upJacob
Jacob Purth and M t F Backus prom pnminent pronInent promlament
inent local bankers tonight qualified quallft i ibondsmen ibond o obondsmen < =
bondsmen bond men for air Adams each just justif justifIng justifing ii iiing
ing in the sum of 80000 JO900Career 31000V 80000Career
V Career of Accused AccusedGeorge AccusedGeorge AccusedGeorge
George E Adams Ad ma is a native of Mu Musachusetts II IIachu Masarhunetts >
sachusetts achu ettB from which state he can canto e < iTi iTito n nto
to this city twelve years ago to atvr atvra all antfpa q qa
a position as cashier of the Massaiii Massaiiisetts MassacnseLLs 1 i iseU
seLLs Mutual Life Insurance compam compamHe compIIHe comp in inHe
He served in this capacity until Jul Jul18fg Jul
1818 at which time he was appoint appo llhI llhIashier ii iicashier 1 1cashier
cashier of the assay aa office by Superir SuperirtendentP SupmrilVtendent l ltendent
tendentP tendent F A Wing Ing Adams drew drewsalary dte 1 1salary tsalary
salary of L 1 1S00 40 a year as cashier cashierthe i ithe < ft ftthe
the assay office officeOn omceOn officeOn
On Oct 16 IdW he married d Miss ns Ku Kuily ElIny Ei Eifly
fly Clary daughter of Mr r and Mi MiCharles MxCharles 11 11Charles
Charles Chary The former was for formany f fIriany fr frmany
many years a United States bank ex examiner foXamine e eaminer ¬
aminer in this district and the famih famihis familis
is very prominent in sooial circles ju juthis j i ithis n nthis
this city The wedding was on olin olinthe f fthe rtbe
the events of the social season of Jw Jwand 1 14and 04 04and
and was a brilliant affair affairBLOWS affairlID affairBLOWS
V lID lIDBLOWS
BLOWS KILLED CADET CADETBranch CADETI CADETBiaIICIi
I Branch Died Prom Effects of the thai theBeating
I i Beating He Received in His Fight FightI
I I With Meriwether MeriwetherAnnapbtte MeriwetherI NeriwetherAnnapbtla
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Annapbtte Md Id Nov No 23 3Tlte The pros prostion proslion prosetion
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tion w used d its heavy artillery in the t e Hn line < > r rmedical rmedical fmedical
medical testimony te Umony during todays session sessionof
of the court martial which is trying mid midshipman m mshipman mlshlpman ¬
shipman Meriwether for manslaughter man manslaughterconnectIon lughterconnection n nconnection
connection with the death of Midshipman MidshipmanBranch MldshlpmaxBranch 1 1Ikanch
Branch important witnesses e being Dr J JM
M 3 1 T Fonney chief surgeon of the John JohnHopkins JObiHopltina Job a aHopkins
Hopkins university of Baltimore l lHenry II IIHenry LiHenry >
Henry M Thomas neurologist of ti tisame t tme tsame
same me institution and Surgeon J 1 r rByrnes I IByrnes uByrnes
Byrnes the chief medical officer attach1 attach1to attach 1 1to
to the naval academy academyThe academyThe academyThe
The operation upon Midshipman Brunc Bruncconsisting Bral1consisting Brapconsisting
consisting of lifting and folding ont ontportien overp4WUtui A Aportion
portion of the skull in order to rcrao rcraoperformed rfmOilu remosuch
ilu such h blood clots 8 might be b formed ViI ViIperformed a aperformed
performed by Dr L Las Linney and Dr Thin Thinas Ihonas
as the specialist in that line came to An Annapolis Arpapolis Atnapolis ¬
napolis at Dr Linneys request in urd ordto urdto r rto
to locate from the symptoms the proper properplace pr P Pplace pplace
place for the operation Dr Byrnes Byrnescalled v vcalled w > 4 4called
called in consultation with Dr Stij Stijshortly StIIJshortly St Stshortly
shortly after Branch had been brought i ithe > 1the athe
the hospital hospitalMuch hospitalIuch hospitalMuch
Much Iuch testimony of a deeply interestiij interestiijthough Interest Interestthough interesti1Vthought
though sometimes technical characu characuwas charaetwas characvwas
was given by the medical men menAll menAll monAll
All the medical officers gave it as th th11 th11er thrver ir irvery
very ver er positive po ltlve conviction that Branch dii diifioin ill illtnun 1 1hum
fioin hum the effect of blows he had received receivedin r d din
in his fight with Meriwether They Theylittled Theylittled I Iiittled
littled any possible po lblt effect r ct < X the tr traf trafment t tment
ment Branch received after the figm figmand figfIrI fgtiand
and gave It as their opinion that no trr trrmetit trrmeut trrmeet <
I meet could have saved his life Th ThA ul alI <
i sence of an autopsy was explained bv bvSurgeon b bSurgeon 1 1Surgeon
Surgeon Byrnes who stated that t Branch Branchfather Bran Brancifather t tfather >
father refused his permission permissionThe permissionTheprosecution
The Theprosecution prosecution pl08 ution will almost surely rlox rloxits elcsa elcsaIts 10 10Its
its testimony te timon early tomorrow in fa faIs tltd tltdIs V VIs
Is not likely that anything further vjl WJ WJbe wiibe vjlbe
be brought out that will greatly afff affct affctthe t tthe t tthe
the case
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POSTOFFICE ROBBED ROBBEDClinton RO ROBBEDClinton BED BEDClinton
Clinton City MoNov SUTha post pos1lr pos1lrfiN > r rflcc rflee
fiN hero was as robbed and burned early earlytoday earLto cart carttoday
today to a TIle ssafe itc was blown bIQwnOJ8 open anl anllooted anlloU antloted
looted loU d and th the building bul1 rg was Va dqBlroyiO dqBlroyiOTh dtJJ dLroyelThu Ot1Ttw
Th Ttw < amount of booty boot secured Is not notknown ntI notkamcwfl
I known

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