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T THE HE SALT L LAKE AKE HE HERALD HERALDLU R AL D r WEATHER LASfEDITION LASfEDITIONr Fair FOR warmer warmerJ 8ALI LAKE LAKEFair
LU I ii e eEstabhshed J Silver ioIc per ouJSee
Copper CU 1 c per PlHIDd PlHIDdEstablished
Established June 6 1870 SALT LAKE CITYUT1R CITY UTAH lIO MONDAY 1il1 DECEMBER 4 1 1905 j OO Price Five Cents JLeaa in ore 10 NO Y r
E CONGRESS WITH WITHUS WITHus
US ONCE AGAIN AGAINSenate
Senate natc Will Adjourn Out of Respeot Respeotto
to the Memory of Senator Platt FlattHOUSE PlattHOUSE
HOUSE TO ELECT SPEAKER SPEAKEREMERGENCV SPEAKERMERGENCV
EMERGENCV APPROPRIATION IS ISTHE ISTHE
THE FIRST BUSINESS BUSINESS1f
1f 1fW
A AHHINGTO DeG De JotIi1ni Otltn < b but butyy t tprellmlna
W yy prellmlna W ric will IU elgQIII elgQIIIthe engre engrethe
the attention at the t1i Hllftte Ute Utefret UeII
fret II t wt wed > k ot th the stMltm M Ilia sonilte soniltei senkti
i 1 i alrfady orpnlud 1 It t iu t a a con eonLi i itjOUS
Li tjOUS t oul bod 1xdy ud besidN there WIS wa a aspt ape4a1
spt pe4a1 lal sf85Ion 81Ofl Jut prlnr PrIn when the tharei
11 rei > 1 tnators were wsvorn orn It SenatorJ SenatorJBr Senator SenatorBrardageo
Br Brardageo daglo o oC CcmnecUcut Warner ot o oMIFBourI
MIFBourI U 30Ur J rnzler ot O TennoSt1e9 and La LaFiI j jlIUo
lIUo FiI tto ot Vl Vlsoonsln oonsln bav4t not et ettIkI ett
tIkI t i1c n twir OAlha oth ThY two former had hadT
T L b bs n ekcted when th the HPt ptCIM1 ewl ewll > ei eii
l 1 1i 1 adjotlrned adjotlrnedShort
i Short Session Today Todayonday TodayIoit1ay
onday will be a very hart MUlon MUlonfh eaIonfl
fh fl 1 thf I3nato nato111 tfl adjourn out ot re regpc e ef
f gpc f0C t f r the luu S nator Plat of otC C4n C4nut
C t ut as HOO oota U8 nfJetilMltLr uecesry uecesryI fqr fqri
i r lI1hd t1tt for the beginning of a new newCo
Co I ir IrE htl iav been concluded Tues Tuest Tuej
j t t4 tho prE preeidenti fdents me ineag will 111 be 1e 1eked e ee1
ked e1 LJid L id read and Wtdnew1ay tdne ldy is isJ
J v to 00 1 dooted t6 Uti th iatrodueUon iatrodueUonnn
I nn A Mhort e IIIon will m b hld hldlrRda hsldiratay
lrRda iratay and the senate ate wilt then ad adjn adI
I jn fr m n until the tOllowing MondRepublfcan Mond LondkRepublican
Republican Caucus CaucusIt
It qUiLo llkel that a Republican Republlcanem
em iLl ill be 1 held Tu6ida Tuemlay or orVc orWi
Wi Vc 1nf Thrtday day tor the PUrp NHI of author lIuthorzLl authorkg
kg zLl tJ 1 e appointmeut ot a counll l tee teeto I
to fiU oommlttee vacan vacanelee ietJ In the senate senateal snateaA
al aA I for the aelecUol1 of a at liitierlna liitierlna1Tnlttl
t 1Tnlttl tor th the e esIon ion It If ex expr cxp
pr p t d that the onuntttee acanc181 acanc181b
V b ftllPd very eariy In the s1on s1onJf on onIt
It the hOUiIO of repr reproeitativei liut4lUve should shouldfS shouldT
fS T i in t mcrgoftc Rppr appropriatIon prlation bilt biltof
of r tl the Pa1tuua canltl caSK the natc nate will wiUat
7 at t Ff take It lp and pas St hue Uti UtimumN this thiszuflure
mumN ili I not xpected in tit tbu Mttate Mttateurtll setateUr3tU
urtll the second week k ot o the e seselon seselonIN lon lonIN
IN THE HOUSE HOUSEEmergency HOUSEEmerery
Emergency Appropriation Bill May MayBe MayBe
Be Rushed Through Throughlhingtoo ThroughWibingtnu
lhingtoo Dc EYerT little be beL beOLfli5lttIOfl
L t tho ttanlution of the hou house will w111brltn1plillhed willh
brltn1plillhed h nwll1ied the ft fir week of the lhef theLthOUgi
f 11 though It I Is p poible Ml8lble < that an ann enny
n ntY appropriation tw tha th Pan Panrc Panr
rc r > lat mtl be paa the 1f1 ast t ot ottI oftLi
tI tLi I tok ruth thE cmnmltt8efl ue uei arerottA
i rOTtel sUlll a bill would ould llVt to be
1 1 Ijy unanimous con consent ent or oru orli I
u i r SPtciaJ order It wilt depend depencln
n the I he ucedil of the canal cn ftaanON ftaanONilthn fseaneesl
l ilthn thcr th thu emerS emergenc7 1 atlfQprlatWIa atlfQprlatWIabE flrODrIti flrODrItibt
bE rU rusJet Q th1A tbi w week r ot 0 10 10untU gouutll
untU the wed we folLowing Tbe TbeI Th Thi
I t u t the osj N1Y Ye beep be9thit l lthat
that the emergency IIp approprte roprla roprlaHnot
411 Hnot not b be needed until t Thee ec S5 S5IISt 25c
IISt Vt c bitt U 118 not be beWitH bei
i WitH next week weekElection eek eekElection
Election of Officers
UTL t1 LL wilt to ta teIon 6n UP with ith the thef
f 1i 1 tf It a ypeak Vpetke r and other hou bouse bouset
t 1 t The will ba tltoile nomInated nomInatedb
b l if TItpublican caucus last ni night nightI ht htI
I fI ireadyunder ireaiyumlerstood tood tlat the rules luIMi rulesLtst
i r laSt house wilt be adopted aa aafo astL1
fo < n the mmbttt14 mbers have beer sworn swornbhnnial womT
T biennllll lottel lottery for eat will willl
1 dj nttI iitreiting ln oeeaMon aslon on th the ftrat liretci
1 nl1 i at its llu810n the th adjourn adjournt
t It Ip Illow llo Tue Tuesday d8 will be de dei
i h t thc pr8 prcsIdent ldpnt me message and and1robnb andr
r 1robnb r1babty will ill close th the la real bUM bUMtI1 busl
l tI1 tile houf to the week weekkp weekkr
kp kr Cajuen annn baa not yet Mm Mmh11 oemii
ii c h11 commlttee but It I ig igy ex
1 J j h ltt will be ready ad to announce announcet announcer
t n ur u in HIlt tb seaslee seasleeLegion len lenLegion
r
Legion of Bills Billsf Billswill
f t will b ho introdu Intredneeti veii ery A AH darii
H 01 th hou house e 1 Is In e lon from the thel
l 1 10nlJ lnhiin and wilt m be rlntel and re ref ye yef
f rr rrl 00 ti the Nmnnlttte1C when ap ap1111rtrJ apoirtra
1111rtrJ oirtra It ift i exopcted that many Im Innt
1 nt prono pronoettions ltlon wilL lit bf presented presentedm
m th t tarly rl days or the HeSsion HeSsionPERU esslouI
PERU HAS NO FEARS FEARSWeleomes FEARSWelcomes
I I
Welcomes Supremacy of United UnitedStates
Sates in South America Americar I ITmd
r Tmd Pena tt aThe Comerclo Comerclonmmfnting Comereloemmnting
nmmfnting on the It appointment > of Fe Feltre
ltre 11 Pardo WI Peruvian minister to the therutpd thetiltti
rutpd 8tlte says It 18 neceM necesry a that UtatPnu thatPrru
Pnu slOuld be prepared in a new dl diL i iTf
L Tf tton The poll polley y or the United Unitedtat UnitedatF
tat atF it says Is evident from the pM pMtlblf pesgbk
tlblf isit to Brazil or Mr rr Root the theAmlr1an theAm1
Amlr1an Am1 an se seeretary < retary ot stat to attend attmdl
l 11 rtnAmpI1ean congress at Rio RioJnrJO RioJ
JnrJO J rl o jf f It should be h held ld there PerU Perulq
1 lq < 1 11t ntverin a rinJ before the future the thert theriper
rt riper < r aids and it a applauds plRud thE presi presilnt rHi rHidtnts
dtnts lnt s initiativE and says it is ua assured assuredthit u uthlt
thlt dosrr relations between the Unit UnltU1tS UnitP
e St4t U1tS and Peru Will bring to PerU Peruy
P 11 y apUal and more enterprise nttIrl t The Thet1rS Thefirs
firs ot some or the Spntshrnrl SpanIshznerlcanIlttOUP ut uthLt
hLt IlttOUP O f re regarding rdlftl1 the United Stat States StatesIb f f1h
1h omnlerclo 8 are inexUrabk
1t 1 tla tb ideas or onttue t held b by Pe Peru PcruaIs
ru ruaIs lals are ab absurd urd Commercial sway
p b bc U1E t1i > United States the PAP r eonI eonIt eon eont
t ndt should be desired a8 It t Wotld i
L rf rcuIt > ult In thE peopelnJ and developing developingC7
C7 7 1troductive regions Senor Pardo PardotL
Ht tL mforco concludes holds tb tbdns these thesefjfq
dns and Is the right man In the right rig1tXI rightasea
XI ai
asea aseaSTATUE 4aa 4aaSTATUE
STATUE OF MCCLELLAN MCCLELLANWork
u
Work of Sculptor MacMonnies Said Saidto Saidto
to Be Exceptionally Fine
pil Dt < IThe lite lit SIH eqUMutan eqUMutanF
Li
F UE of G4tneral G neral cCltUan ordered by byI
< I grFS and justoomp1eted by Fred Fredci
ci 1 k laMonnIH has been shown in int1H Intbc
t1H f u1ptors study where It Vaa VaafWj
fWj 1 ei by Frank H faiOlI the 4mer 4meri Amern
i n o1sul general In behalf of tb tbr the thert2te
r rt2te tlt < department and by l lacIonnte MacifonnIesI C I
11 I rl r i The statue Is of f ex exeetlonl exeetlonlthe tlona1 tlona1f >
f > the horse and rIder Italn having Ul the thet 1
1 Inuon of the battlefield Mr h Ma a art
t rt V ho knew McClellan In the field fieldfl Ibidthe
fl thE gtheralR eaerals likeness L striking strlklnlrr1
rr1 r tastIng ot the bronae will now nowf nowFfgn
Ffgn f inn hre and thereafter the statue staLueT1j statueV
T1j V I 1 bP hiPll to the United St States StatesJ t tJi
Ji J flIT tr th bP unveiled In JRnuarr Jauuar 191 191h
0 h rurvaUon tfrn Jon tronUn fronting the Brit Britrof Brltlkh BrltlkhUt
rof ut Washington WashingtonHOUSES blnton blnton1IIt
1IIt 1 1HOUSES
HOUSES FOR EMPLOYES EMPLOYESr EMPLOYESFrama
r Frama flama Dec svoro bulldtn ot otcr otCr
cr lerable size are bom being ere ereete te at atEirl atz
Eirl z where the Ct1Ip10es M th n nsJr ntrIng
sJr trIng < rIg tIepart1uI lltnteDt r UlI Pa PaIVuna PaIVunacrtl nllf1H nllf1Hirtl
irtl vit1 HI be hus u d l t nn 110 110IIceral tUOI
I several bIg 1otr hotare tf b b1ng ng built uift
MAN FLED BEFORE BEFOREPOLICE BEFOREPOLICE
POLICE ARRIVED ARRIVEDSunda
Sunda Sltnday Morning Tragedy in New Newolk New NewYork
York olk Apartment House Housel HouseERRINGWOMAN KouseRRING
l
ERRINGWOMAN RRING WOMAN THE VICTIM VICTIMPOLICE VICTIMPOLICE
POLICE ARE LOOKING FOR ROY ROYA
A MILLER MILLERN MILLERRI
RI W YORXC OR Dec IRoy UDY A MtIler4 MtIler4I UJler UJlerehone
N I t1ephons ehone auptrlnlen super1ntenent eftt in art artuptc artuptoW
uptc uptoW liotel at nu 6a11y sour sourtiIs o r rtllJ11
tllJ11 mornluw aroused the oecupunts or orthPflt1R ofth
thPflt1R th utmant t house ouae whore here he lived Ihodon livedon
on lWorythfrd WiMUthfrd stJet str t b bY shouting
that sonieJI had been shot Horace RomeeHedden Horaceuedden
Hedden Jh lIvtpg t In the adjoining apart apartmenta apartmeitta
menta rushed out and followed Miller
to the ltters dining room where a aw
W w ft1 rnan ln supposed to be MIllers wIfe
tully full dressed 111 d utlconsciou8 lay upon
the 11001 Miller 11IJ r fdl to hl his knees and amIbegKMhel andbegged
begKMhel begged her to 1Nl say she had hot helseJ helseJbut lteteIfbut
but there therawas was no re response responselIethJen ponf8
Hedden hurrIed out for help no noturnIng Returning
turnIng a few minutes later with a alollcernan alQhIeenan
lollcernan and a doctor he found the thewoman thewomen
woman dead and Miller gone An all alld allday
d day letr etreIi h failed to toIocete 10C4 te the man manHea incaHeard
Hea Heard d No No Qu Quarrel QuarrelNe1lzbors rrel rrele
Ne1lzbors e hborlil of the Millers hi heard > ar no noquarrel noquarrel
quarrel nor did they hear th report reportQt
Qt tob the pistQI istQI There W wore le > no Igns of ofaL ofU
aL U trugle trugleThe strugeThe
The womans clothing was scorched scorchedb
b by tlla fluh of powder but the poll pollsay polhte polhtesay
say tltel tltere was no tl trce ce or powder on onhOl onher
her fingers The pIstol llL lay near the thebody I
body ou o the floor one chamber being beingempty tlngernvu
empty ernvuA
A search Qf the th womans effects leads leadsthe leadsthe
the JlIce to believe that her real name namewas namewas
was 1tS 188 Nellie Bred andUlat and fliat she shacame shecaine
came here from British Columbia Se SeerAI 8ev 8evoral
oral letters addressed to her n that thntJUlIne thatname
name welte found and they were signed stgnedevlt1ently signedevidently
evidently b by her kinspeople The police poUcey policesay
say y the WOJnal1 told several of her herllends hertIends
llends a fow ow da days s ago that she in inteD inteeded
teD teeded < lfNl going back home TJ TiLe letters lettersAUpeols lettersere
ere appeals to her to do so Her Hereft Here1Tets
eft e1Tets t wte ele packed RJI though she he had hadintended hadintended
intended soon to lea leave e the apartment 81atm9nlwbere apartmentwhere
where she bad 11 live dwlth Miller MillerRIVERS MtllerRIVERS
RIVERS ON A RAMPAGE RAMPAGEFittsburg RAMPAGEPittsburg
Fittsburg Threatened With a Flood FloodWithin 1ood 1oodWithin
Within the Next Twelve Hours HoursHeavy HoursHeavy
Heavy BninfaU ItainfallPittmburg
I
Fit Pittmburg tab UrS Dee J STbis section and andthe aIRIthe
the valle valley below are threatened with witha
a amaUslxed flood wIthin twelve hours hoursAt hoursAt
At 10 ocloek tonight thE Ohio river at atDavia atDavis
Davis Island dm was U zl1 feet and andriatll andrleftig
riatll At the Sixth street t brklg ridg tho thuAllegheny I
Allegheny Uegl lel1Y riClit re1ster4 erft n 2 s alWl rlMn rImcg I atI
the rate of tJtY three e Inches an hour 1J jhe jheMonongaliela be berononcah
Monongaliela rononcah I has about r reached hed Us Us1Iht I
1Iht though 1tJa IeilL 1JJl JIt risIng tItC aIOtti siowiThe
The t rIMah1 tftfaU during u the pest t twenty twentytOU1
tour b hews W 41 trll eesicjtg AJQJK t1 t1lJ the theA1leheny
A1leheny lJ ffhe alley and 11 elp elpIonongahela l nl 4 i
rnonaab1a YaJJey A stage ot
twent twefltyIye te feet at t his pOint is pvC pvCdieted
dieted 11y 8 some me time tomorrow morn mornIng mornlag
lag al1d a temperature at 15 1 decre decreaboYe degrees degreesabove
above eio 10 will prevail with prospects prospectsof
of going lower owerA
A A rePort fr f5On tn Beaver thirty milea mileabeow ntilesbelow
below here at I ocJock gives the stAge stAgeOf stageof
Of water at G7 and rising s sti inCh inches inchesan
hour hOUIAt
aJ 4 4At
At Ptttilburg the waters aters are creeping creepingup
up Into the lowlands and allefid already a aportion aportion
portion of the PIUburg Western Westernrailroad V stern I Irailroad
railroad traegs are submerged Tlmel Timely
WarM waruiug Ius however by the g gnvermnent gnvermnentweather ermnent ermnentweathN
weather bureau enabled aU interested interestedto I Ito
to prepare for high water and as a aJtWult aresult
result the toe will be comparatively comaraUvelyitmalJ comparativelyinsJ
itmalJ itmalJAt insJ insJAt
At Etna at tew ew miles above Pfttsburg Pfttsburgmuch Pittsburgmuch
much of the town is under water to toD tonIgM
D nIgM M All the Iowlylng ground be between betweet
tweet I Isabella abel1a furnace and the bus busiUon bussees
sees setIou Uon is a 1 big lake laket hakeAt
At t 1IcKee MeKeespert > rt the DewesVool DewesVoolmill
mill and the National Tube plant have havewater haverater
water up to the first floor but there thereSHMoS thereseems
seems no danger of a shutdown shutdownFLOODS hutlownFLOODS
FLOODS MORMON COLONIES COLONIESJaurez COLONIESJaurez
Jaurez River in in OldYexico Old Mexico MexicoHavoc Playing
Havoc With the Buildings and andCrops I
Crops of Settlers 1
4 + Et p Paso jIO Tex l x DN 3George 3GeorgeIunt
4 Iunt l t Mormon guide ulde in the SI SIerra Siorra +
+ erra Madre mountains In north northern northeI +
+ ern eI n Mexico wh wlui arrived hi n this +
4 cIty Sty toda today l reports porUi that the theJuarez theJuares +
+ Juarez river bas played havoc havocamoDe +
4 among the Mormon colonies b bIng be 4 4lug
+ lug the hIghest since they located IOCltodthere +
4 + there tentde yesrs MNI 880 At Atolonla +
4 olonla P Ppeheco < het ssveral talhouaes talhouaesban houses + 4
4 ban been washed Iia away and In InCae 4 4Cave
+ Cave vaUey vahle 8i several cral farms are areCOnIleIfY arecomplelely +
+ COnIleIfY devastated Much val valultble +
4 ultble land has bt been N1 ruined and nndthc andthe
+ thc crop aamlige alone will be beoer 4 4ever
+ ever 10000 Many tlnT tRrmanimals tRrmanimalsha farm animals 4 4hve +
+ ha hve e been drowned and farm hu huplemeftt 4 4pleinents
+ plemeftt swept awa awaH away p
H + t + t + + t
LONG DISTAN DISTANCE E WIRELESS WIRELESSMessage WIRELESSMessage
Message Received at Key West From FromColon FromColon
Colon 1000 Miles Away AwayWashington Awayashingtou
Washington D Deti Conunan Commanier CommanierBeebler er erBeehlel
Beehlel commandant ot the naval IfLl IfLlUon station
Uon at Key e West bu reported to the theny theiiavy
ny deputment that the wire1estels wire1estelsgrapl irtlesst I
rapl atlLtlol at Ke Key Vest hat 1eteh 1etehan received receivedalt
an eightword I Jtt fd lUeHSH niessage b wlreJe wIro1ewfrom t ttrom
from Colon rbo distance Is about lJOO liOOuautcL
1111 miles and the f811lm o Cuba CuhudJ8tty Cuba1ks
1ks directly recess Cr08tJ th the 11 hInei between hetwcentIN betweenthe
tIN two wo point
PLACED IN MAUSOLEUM MAUSOLEUMSan
San Flftnch cQ Dee Thu bod of oflI ofFrancis
lI Francis Durton HtIl1LioU of o New NewYork NewYork
York who was Ra klll 1 In an tutornobllit tutornobllitaccident tutomobIlaceldetut
accident No Nor 26 was IUJ placE < toda today In Inthf Inthe
the entity mausoleum in Cypress LftWJ1 LftWJ1c Lnwpcemetery
c cemetery lnlttet3 where lie the remalnK o Mr Mrnd b baid
aid Mrs lrs Charles P Crock Crookos f father fatherand
and mother Brit Brief funeral services Hlrt6Swtre serviceswere
were held at Uplands the San Matco Matcohome ateo ateohome
home ot the Crocker family tuanlloBOMB familyBOMB
BOMB MAKERS BLOWN UP UPOe11eva UPGeneva
Geneva Switzerland Df4t 34 num number numberof
of n1J1J WlOft seriously rlou h wOttooed b bU by
U explosion pJDl6lon h bore f loda today ntUc bH the they were weycpepr4n
pepr4n rlnC boW bogibe In Ji prhstc MtIt rsjgincc rsjginccn
J1t n jlVlpt1oe bv lh the lbOrltJe8 led to
the 4lseevury ur of a num number r Of rxpt eX4loett c
f fTauduitt hftt fUliJportli 414 t4 Ittrot J1Cint gintiag
1 iag 11 pre pee Two 0 or the tn wounded III
tb the exp4mos 108 W werc taken to II botJJlitllt
but the otbOfl othct 1III sesieeded tdM In evading ay f
me
I = II IICUR
CUR CURZON ON IN ENGLAND ENGLANDIWH ENGLANDlwt
IWH 1ng nt Die ato turt Curzon urzon ot o
KI Kltftjfl luH rrer 1eerP III i India and
llly t liZu rz arrived 1tvto her bsrv tu tuda
RUSSIAN SKIES SKIESARE SKIESARE
ARE OVERCAST OVERCASTPopulation
Population of St Pet Pet1sburin isburtJu State Statei Stateoff Stateof
i
off of Tiie Tiie4RIOTS pio pioRIOTS
4RIOTS RIOTS IN THE PROVINCESGENERAL PROVINCES PROVINCESGENERAL
GENERAL STRI STRUE E IS THREAT THREATENED THREiT THREiTENEDTODAY
ENED ENEDTODAY TODAY TODAYl TODAYH
l
+ H + t1 t4 + + + + + +
4 Berll Pee 3 2X SU8l guar1 t tarthe tartheUnIted rUC rUCUnited +
+ United States embt enibaey 9 af St +
+ Pe Petersburg CtH urg l ptjsit thtC t1ltoull h here heretoda bel 4
4 toda today The e tp Gu n WR WRI re 2Wf +
I 4 dre drested d In civilian eloU elotltse b1 1 1I 4 4lieveji
+ lleed to be from the Clutg erutshr r Mtil 1fn 1fnneapoUs +
I 4 neapoUs which it at Gi1lves t1G n5 +
4 England +
4 1 1Klef
4 Klef Rue Russia itl Dee 3 1 vh I War Warsaws YR YRsaw
+ saw saws Dec 3There has been so sorlous sorious +
rlous street 1ighthlb b bteit eon tuU tuUUnous +
4 Unous sap saptters > els and USBIWllli and andbetween 4
4 between worlunen and bunds of ofthe 4
4 the mack Hundred Scores of ofporsons 4 4OrSOflS
+ porsons OrSOflS have been killed or wound wounded +
4 ed Martini law pas been pro proclaimed +
4 + claimed claimedt claimedCt +
+ + t t + + + + t + + t tS
Ct 1 1 PETERSBUnG De 23 2 1 P tn tnvin
S 0 vIa Berlin D c tInlimstl alarm alarmprevails alarmprevails
prevails here ConnlunicaUon ConnlunicaUonwith
with the outside Word bj etcranh tehozrauhiceased etcranhceased
ceased this morning when the Finnish Finnishoporators Finnishoporators
oporators joined th theIr ir Russian com cornrades
1 rades des desThe 4 4The
The embassies eGatipns and banks banksa1e banksare
are hastily organizing courier services servicesto
to both the Finnish and German fron front frontiers
t tiers ers
Panic Prevails PrevailsThe PrevailsThe
The lNPulation is I almost aniostln 11 u state stateof stateof
of panic fearing thai the the railroads will willstop willstop
stop Illnnln rtlnflhug and th1t the 11uUltants jzhiaUitantstherefore 11uUltantstherefore
therefore 1m have no mode of m Ilight IlightIn ht htin
in the cent of the calachsm which whichtl1e whichthey
tl1e they seem to fear is Imirilnent Sto StorIes Storues
rues of the spread ot the disaffection disttffecttonin
in th the guard 1 regiments fne in oer oerbo every
bo bodys s mouth and the revolutionaries icoIUtfonaliescontinue revolutionariescontinue
continue to boast that the he t1OODS will willito
ito longer fire on the people popleThIs peopleThis
ThIs morn morning Ins newsboys were openly openlhawking openlyhawking
hawking lily sheets tn the streets con containlng contaming
taming an account of an allc alleged ed revolt rreyoJtt
at t TsarskooSolo and crying out The Theolnpelors Theeperors
olnpelors palace guard has mutinied mutiniedFoundation mutiniedFoundation
Foundation for Rumors RumorsAccordlng RumorsAccording
According to reliable Information the theonl theonly
onl only foundation for these stories Is the thearrqt
arr arrqt t of the thi soldiers of the guard at atTsnrskoeSeJo atTsafhkoeelo
TsnrskoeSeJo Thursday Ne Neverth Neverthless rth rthless
less In their excite state the peoDle peoDleghe peonlegive
give ready credence to all rumors and andthis andthis
this adds to the general alarm alarmThe alarmThe
The air is also filled with stories of oflhe f fthe
the alleged revolution at the palace on onFrida onFriday
Frida Friday in u hlell Glllnd Duke Boris 18 18said IssaId
said to have atteUll ottetnlted > te < l the life of the theemperor
emperor These stories likewise are areuntrue
untrue but they Pltt preve that a revou revouUon
Uon tJf Ifl thi 1 9 palace tall S j cOJ1S coAsidered dc < DOS DOSS 1S
8 Foatany y ttiiie ttiiieFinancial me
Financial Crash Crash Exp Expected ExpectedThis ct cI cITh
Th This J situation has greatly Increased Increasedthe l lthe
the dangers ot a I1llanclRl CIa > The Thepeople Thepeople
people evell the commercial interests interestsare
are wltbdtftwjn their inole money from the thebanks
banks con converting rthIS it Into gold boarding hoardingit I
it or demanding foreign exchange Qxchangewhich exchangewhich
which the stat bark h Is issuing Ullon Ullonthe unonthe
the foreign balances of he SOerll SOerllanent overn overnmezt
anent Exchange 011 London yesterday yesterdayrose eHlerdayrose
rose to 950 oo1a over a rouble above the thenomu thenormal
nomu nomuThe normal normalThe
The Associated Pre Press s has just justlearned justlearned
learned from a high authority that the thesituation thesituation
situation in the Baltic region has grown grownexceedlngb grownexceedingly
exceedingly grave und the troops at atRewl atfloval
Rewl and neighborhood are in open openmuthl openniutinl
muthl ThIs was the real cause of the theextrnordinary theextraordinary
extraordinary cabinet meeting which whichwas hlh hlhwas
was held at TsarskoeSelo last night nightNews nightNews
News Not Given Out OutAll OutAh1
All attempts to sec4tC ltctnUs of the theuprl81ng theuprising
uprising have thus far failed Accord Accordlug O ord ording
lug to reports the attitu attitute J o o the troops troopsIn
In the Baltic provinces Is regarded as asthe asthe
the most dangerous factor that has hasthus hasthus
thus far developed developedA
A strike of the policemen and house housepOltelJ houseporters
porters of St Petersburg scheduled lssohcduledfor Is scheduledlot
for tomorrow Sunday SundaJCouut SundayCount
Count Yitte continues s to refuse to todeal todeal
deal with the telegraphers d dc1aring dc1aringthat larlog larlogthat
that for the government to yIel4 ietd would wouldbe wouldbe
be etlulvalont to Us abdication at their theirorder theirorder
order Nevertheless the surrender of ofthe ofthe
the govern91em to their pamand for forthe forthe
the dismissal l of M 1 Durnoo IDurno v 0 ncttng ncttngmlnstcl nctlngzn1nster
mlnstcl of we Interior is regarded as asinevltRble asinevitable
inevitable inevltRbleIl1stru inevitableIuistrurtions
Il1stru Iuistrurtions tions to the governors and the thelocal
local authorities are are bellJ beinj 3 spat nt with withKreut withgreat
great ditUcutlY over the railroad tel telegPRPI1 telegraphi
egPRPI1 lines HnejlEASI linesEASIER
EASI EASIER ER FE FEEL1NG FEEL1NGGovernment i1 NG NGGovernment
Government Believes There h is Still StillDanger StillDanger
Danger of a General StrIke StrIkeSt
St Petersburg Saturday nnlng nnlngDec veuingDec
Dec 2 b by cou1i courier 1 to Erdtknlm n East EastPrm EastPrussia
Prm Prussia sll1 DO IThere is percetible a amor amore
more confident ont1d nt feeling In gonrnment gonrnmentIrce goverirnielitcircies
circies Irce tonIght Jt Is blIJt believed od tJ1 tiit dan danger danger
ger of an immfdtRte Senclll political
strike an and railroad tieup Is pAst und undthat andthat
that the wotkmenf council will stand standby tandby
by a compromise undtr which govern goernmentnl governmental
mental and private factories will be bepen8 bepenel
pen8 penel Thl This will 111 leave tile hands of ofUlO ofthe
the goe govenMent mn6nt fr free to delll wIth the thetelglRphels thetelegraphers
telegraphers M 1 Selsta1otl fIIu superin superintondent lin lintendent
tendent oC posts and telegraphs to tonlg11t tonight
night issued a not1 nbtle 16 all U tel telegraph telegraphand aph aphand
and post emDtOcS that unIelf they re returned returned
turned to work tomorrow hQ would wouldbe wouldbe
be discharged ana their places filled filledfhe filledThe
The prefect of St PftersbUrgGelwrnl PftersbUrgGelwrnlDe Petersburg aeneral aeneralDe
De Deioulin also issued a plolama plolamatlon proelamatlon
tlon wUl111ng walking elngate and lt ltJtators ag agitatom
Jtators that an any attemPt to dissuade dissuadeemployos
emJllo employos t eIther ot prIvate or public publicconcerns
concerns b thruatB of violence to toleaye toheave
heave r8dorJo mWt mlVtsu ormbJle in
ilUlutlons to arre arrest arrestnd t tnd
nd the Iml lrnisitlofl ltlo of t a ftn findpf pf 60 5O and andimprisonment andlmDrlSOThment
imprisonment tqr f three mouthe moutheRcassurlrig rnfijfllPReassuring
Reassuring News NewsFurthermore ws wsFuathennore
Furthermore the GOVC111ntent has 10 10celvcd yecelveci
celvcd reassuring l1eS concerning the thenew theflCW
new outbreftk outbre of tr troops OS ht the Baltic BalticProvinces Balticprovinces
Provinces M PetrunkcUeh presi president president
dent or the Moscow Agricultural rlcu1tural so soIet soclety
clety Iet and his colleagues at the ini initaUon Intitatlon
taUon of Pfemler Witte rttte participated participatedin l lIn
In the sltUJ1 sitting of the council or mh1 mh1tera
tera this Ilt4rnoon whf4 whi theelecUon the election electionlaw
1 law was discfu dtsdbseed ed TblS TlI015015 Iso inter interpreted Interpreted
preted favorably h blt l n nve4ieless tJ tlps it itI ItIs
I realized that the Hftul situation iOlt nul may n nany aany
any moment chalWe for the ht worst worstshould 01 01ltould
should th 16f1dr le tdere eft U t1e rmtrutfon rdt4Iut4onsreM r ret
et kudo andsecldflsts IaUpt who SOfIm to hold the lhffet thefate
fet fate of l the rfUnlrytn tit their hIU1t1 md suddnIy mddtnh
dtnh aJltl tIetr IbeirGoveynmemfl 1ttS 1ttSGovcfnmcrtt
Govcfnmcrtt VersiOh VersiOhT Veralon VeralonThe
T The a goveraltiont oveft ult rtltoa of ar arreat arrest
rest of thQ th ldJQla Qt thc guard at
T8riltoeS8tq places lln enttret entirely new newconiplexori QW QWom1l
coniplexori om1l xOn Q lhat1alr tire affair A Aeording AeordingContinued l01t1ng l01t1ngContinued
Continued on Page Pa ge 2
1 I
Chlca Chicago o Tribune
There goes one of the brainiest t men in this country countryGreat countryGreat
Great Scott Who is he 1 What has he done doneHes 1 1Hes
Hes getting a111lisChristnuts all his Christpias shopping done long longbefore before the rush begins
AMBITION AMBITIONOF OF AN ANIDAHO ANIDAHO
IDAHO SENATOR SENATORReyburn
Reyburn Wants a Pla Place e dit n One Onethe 0 0the
the Big CommittJes Comnuttes V VDOUBTFUL 7 7DOUBTFUL
DOUBTFUL IF HE CAN LAND LANDSoMeoPfieDE LANDVACAIT
SoMeoPfieDE AB ea fsS1 <
1 0
VACA VACAIT VACAITSpecial T TSpacial
Special to The1il TheHsialtAIASHINGTON Nlld
tAIASHINGTON ASHINGTON Lice ee 3 3Senator 3SenatorV Seimtor SeimtorH
W V V H Heyburn burn of Ididto c n1lnced cdnvincedthat n1lncedthat
that there is a chance of ofpassing
passing the pure food bUt at atthe t tthe
the present seeeion of conn cougess Js Jsan Isancious
an ancious Ious to retain the chairmanship of ofthe ofthe
the commIttee on manufactures which wbiohhits whichhas
hits pure food leglslnt1on Inohalgeand Inohalgeandhe in charge and andlie
he will probably be permitted to iteM boJdon iteMon
on But the senator is not COntent with withthis witlithis
this one committee place He wantlilto wantliltoget wants to toget
get on some 6r the big active and tin ifnportant tinportant
portant committees Which usually m meet meetand t tBud
Bud transact busin business Ss Like other new newsenators newsenators
senators he aspires to membership on onsuch onsuch
such committees us commerce UlPYp UlPYppllatlons appropriations
pllatlons foreign relations finance In Interstate Interstate
terstate commerce etc but he mUSt mUStkno mustknow
kno know that none of these coromlttees are arefor arefor
for him for he has turned his par pltrtlculnr particular
tlculnr attention to securing mem1 member membership c1 c1ship >
ship on the committee on irrigation and andthe aidthe
the committee on Judiciary JudiciaryWhere I IWhere
Where He May Land LandThere LandThere
There are vacancies ou these commit committees cotumittees
tees and it is possibl Senator Rey Reyburn Uyburn
burn may land on bom botl hI h certainlY certainlYought certainlyought
ought to land on one of ofthem them Idaho Idahohus Idahohitus
hus no representation on the conunlt coiflnulttee i
tee 011 irrigation yet ot the state is on ontithed I Ititled
titled to representation both on n ae Bccount i icount
count of the great work the govern government governmont
mont has alreadyundertak already undertakpn nln in Idaho Idahoand Idahoand
and the work which will > ill be done here hereaftpl hereaftpr
aftpl It lc certain certainthat that sooner or later Jatelthc laterthe
thc national irrIgation law 0 must be beamonded beamended
amended and this committee wU have havea I Ift
ft great deal to sa say about how it shah shahbe j
be amended If Idaho hu haa n voice ole on ontue I
the committee some of the IdahoJdoolif Idtthioi1ea Idtthioi1eamay
may he carritd out when the time d1UfJcomes timecomes
comes Certainly Idaho is u mu much h en entitled entitled I
titled to representation on th alip aliptlon rrIgtion
tlon committee ns an any other stnth un and andthe I
the commIttee on committees will willven be bevery
very apt to recognize the justice or ofgIving
gIving Mr tr Ho Hoyburn burn a place at he it itrlgoUon Icrigation I
rlgoUon table tableEye tableEye
Eye on Judiciary Committee I
Senator He Heyburn burl1 is aware that there tJeteare thereare
are three vacancies on the Judiciary judtctarycommitteo Judiciarycommittee
committee and hopes to secure one one of ofthem ofthem
them In case Senator Mitchell or orOrcon ofOregon
Oregon lo loses his place on t the c Judiciary jualclartherc Judiciarythere
there will be no far w6St western rn man on onthis onthis
this committee Clark of Wyoming V Df11ng the theprospective I Iprospcctivo
prospective chuJrmall being the onl onlRepubllcall only onlyRepublican
Republican n1ornbcr west ot Unne Minuuesets Unnesota
sets Being 11 1ft lawyer w el br profession professionSenator
Senator He Heyburii urn believes the work on onthe onthe
the ju judiciary iclar committee would lJecon lJeconenia leeongenia
genia enia Uo him and would afford lrj op opportunJtJ opportuiilujts
portunJtJ he would not have else clsewhp1e elsewhere
where whp1eIt
It will not be know unUl just beforethe before beforethe
the holldo holiday recess whflherSenlltor wliethe Senator SenatorHayinirn
He Hayinirn burn wiII s secure ure these coYeled eovetejjpzn eovetejjpznmittoe oom oommlttee
mlttee assignments 01 not buC he Is Ismatlng ismakIng
makIng u strpns pull for lhemboth them both
out outBRISTOWWILLTES1FY
eo I II I
BRISTOW BRISTOWWILLTES1FY BRISTOWWILLTES1FYIN WILL TESTIFY I IIN
IN THE CRAWFORD CASE CASETopekn CASETopeka
Topeka I ICan nJl Doc 3Joseph Joseph L Brie Bri8I Brieton
I to ton formerly fourth ns assistant p tmas poetmastar tmastar
tar general left Saline Ian for W Wueh Wuehington h hingtO
ingtO toda today > in NS response n e tu 1 telegram telttaramfrom telegramiroin
from th the attorney g general neral of th the United Pnit PnitStates
Slates 111 BrIstow will te testify ttb Iu tits l
Crawford muse which is In tilt Ul UlStates U U5tates
States s supreme preme court this veek veekwhk voekwitie
whk 11iil ono o of the Imlfort8ftt eaae eaaegrowing f
growing oat of thE postal Inftt lnvost1gtJbn lnvost1gtJbnoomiucted 1 I IOOIUNEd
OOIUNEd bl Mr Bristow while bUe fihe fiheOvClnmf1 it the theguverninceit
guverninceit < OvClnmf1 service serviceCONDiTiON erlcfCONDITION
CONDITION CRITICAL CRITICALMnico CRiTiCALMiico
Mnico City Me1co Ic co Dec 3VJee 3VJeePrtWtdent 3VjeePrelidemtt
PrtWtdent Corrulcottt1nu6li Corral continues rarely fU fUwftb Illwith
with typhus fever There s much muchlie pt ptlie
lie anxiety on account of his cIn sepIUcp sepIUcpYELLOW rU u ueo
eo eoYELlOW
YELlOW FEVER IN HAVANA HAVANAW HAVANAUavati
W Uavati Pc Dee i4WQ t3ui new new af eIea atr v vlow
10 low fever Gr w wme rjlnort reported d toda j j e tietlmsttrC it itl1msaro > 1
l1msaro Spa Siiania t NiJ ls
INO lI LIMIT IT TO THE SWINDLERS GAME GAMEV
V pt timsof of the Latest Oregon Land Fraud Will Probably Number NumberHundredsOriginators NumberHundredsOriginators
HundredsOriginators of the Scheme Are at at1r att
1r t Present Unknown
fltULAND QJitTLA D Ore Dec Llnly when whenr
P r in persons bolding certificates for folI forSchool
School land In this state have sent sentU1 sentthi
I U1 thi ce1tJftoatos to Sc1l Solemn m to tO have them themnUJtbe
nUJtbe WIU it be ssib asIb1e lf ti iE nu1re nu1reiuntie
thfCIu1 tQnt1ti tQnt1tintie
iuntie ntie sw1B awtniiles Ies perpetJated Ml eNI eastern easterners ln lnrs
ers rs by unscrupulous Iud Qp operatess operatessGovernor mtOl mtOlGOfernor
Governor Chamberlain stated o the theAssociated theAssociated
Associated Press toda today that tl thire e 15 15Jao isno
Jao limIt to the number of torg torgedsier torgedsiertificates 18r
tlfieates which could have been made n1adeand madeand I
and It Is sate to say he added that thatwhere thaIwhere
where the certificates wore hypo htypothe htypotheeated the thecaled
caled the full sum of the amourt amourthown anount anountshown
shown b by the eerUtlcat was obtained obtainedor
or where fiftIes were made outright outrlhtthat outrightthat
that the full value of the land as asshown s sshown
shown br cruising wspaid was paid b3 the thefctfm thevictim
victim
Few Victims Known KnownVery KnownVery
Very few of the persons who possess possessforJsd posessforged
forged certificates are known so far fnrbJt farbut
but from from the fact that persons iu iuI1nnefiOta InMInnesota
MInnesota Wisconsin IllinoIs New NewYorlr NewYork
York New Jel Jersey er Ohio anq Florida Flolldaa1e Floridaare
are in po possession sesslon of them the officials officialsfear officialsfear
fear that when the whole number de develops e eelops
elops it will include people In even evenstate everystate
state east or the Mississippi river rherThe riverThe
The heaviest losers known to the of officials
ftclalS so far are II Goddard of La LaCrO I ICrosse
Crosse te Wis is George Baldwin of Ap Appleton Appleton
pleton Wis Tis and H M I DOlaittre of ofIfnneapo1is ofMinneapolis
Minneapolis l1nn MintuOperator l1nnOperators
Operators Operator Also Unknown UnknownGovernor
Governor Chamberlain said that at atthe atthe
the present time he was unable to sa sawho say saywho
who the fraudulent operators are areFrom
From other officials it was learned that thntthere thatthere
there arc certain persons under sus suspicion suspicion
picion but it is admitted that this sue
I
INDICTMENTS CHARGE CONSPIRACY CONSPIRACYTrue
True Bills Returned Against Illinois Bric BricK Company Officials Officialsand Officialsand
and Two labor leadersDefendants Control ControlChicago
Chicago Brick Output I
j
ICAGO Dee 31he grand jury juryIUts juryas
G IUts as returned Indictments a against againstseveit inst instseven
seven men in connection with an antftv anlnvesugUon
tftv lnvesugUon St1 Uon which has been conducted conductetlinto
into the methods of tIm illinois Brick
company 1vl which i h controls the grefLt greatr greatrpart l
part of thc output of brick In and andabout andabout
about Chicago The defendants in eaCh
case are charged with conspiracy to toiujure toinjurethe
iujure injurethe the business of another and iu
picton is based on the fact that a man manno mannow
no now under convictIon in the Ce federal federalcourts erdl erdlQourt
courts of conspIracy to defraud the theUnited thetTnited
United States Qvemmeut otpart of part of ofUN oftIle
UN DubJlc domaIn nppea118 ns t the I0 aij aijatsntieof
atsntieof itiii of the o orIIzgt1 Jgil entTYmant11 entl7man In one oneqaJ ottoe
e me g3 Srt tcatoa tcatoaTwo qaJ w1i
T Two o Deeds Issu issued issuedOn r rOn
On this ptece piece of propo property t whi which 1i 1iin lies liesIn
in aoutliWtatetn Oregon the state has hasissued I
I issued ued two deeds on forged eertltlCl1tes eertltlCl1tesrite eertifittesThe
rite original C ltlflcatc was hlsu iuttl to toGrezit I
Gl Grezit lit B Jolu Johnson llQn One of the fo forged forgedcertificates ed I Ic
c certificates rlittcnte shows that Johnson as assigned
signed the property to H H BiriI BiriIwho Biggewho
who reassigned it to Hiram Goddard GoddardThe
The other eertiftt8te purports to ba have havebeen e ebeela
been Ji ss1gned tg1ed by dohnson to S A D DPut BPtiter
Put Ptiter l who reassigned it to C G Foe Foeter
tel and W H Richardson RichardsonPerfect RiehardsonPerfect
Perfect Work of Forger ForgerThe I
The certificates s which were forged forgedwere forgedtvere
were aU for kind sold b by the state stateprior stateprior
prior to 1900 So perfect were the fOlg forgeries
erie It is said when W H Odell Odellforiniy
formr clerk of the land board was wasshown
shown ft forged certificate and a ned ed if ifIt
It were his signature which was at attaehed attached
taehed he ul1hositaUlJly answered answeredthat answeredthat
that It was wasOnI wasOnly
OnI Only two motl1ods by which the thehokers thehoJers
hokers JURY determine the originality orfglnalltof originalityof
of their certificates without sendi1g sendipgthem
them to Salem 81e offered by the state stateofilcials
offlclals The first is so far an the theforgerIes theforgeries
I
forgerIes discoer d are on a paper paperblating paperboating
boating the water mark Sterling a abrand
brand ot paper that has never been cold coldIn I
tn Oregon and the other is the forged forgedQertft1ctes forgedeert1t1ifttes
Qertft1ctes are prInted from zinc zincetchIngs zincetchings
etchIngs made from photographs of the theorlSinal theoriginal
original blank form
f
the Indictm indictment nt are arehamed named a number ot otI ofI
I idendent tllJT whose business is de decalar deqared
I calar qared d to have suffered as a result ot otI
I the operations ot the Illinois Brick BrickI Brickcompany
company The nion indicted are areI
I
Ge01 oeorgti C PrmJln president of thc thcI timeillinois
I illinois lJrl THriek k company John A Gray Grayau
I au agent of the CQmpnny William H HWeckler HWeckler
Weckler Edward J J fomllns and John JohnSlwlhKmher JohnSheibmumber
SlwlhKmher officials of the company companyand
and l Patrick < MeMnhon and Charles ChllrlsHank CharlesHank
Hank labor loaders
INSANE SANEWOMAN WOMAN CREATES C R EAT ES W WIL lD D PANIC PANICMrs PA N I C CMrs
Mrs Ina Perry Drives the Passengers From a Railway Gar in inKansasCar inKansasCar
KansasCar Now on a Sidetrack With the Woman WomanStill WomanStill
Still in Possession
i
riTRARD UtD Kan Ivan D Dec c 3 3iIrs Irs Inn Per Perry PerI
GU I ry r whoarricd who arrived here on a l1l1road l1l1roadt1ciket iilroadtiokot
t1ciket good for pasSage frain from Spo Spokane Spokane
kane to Tusa I J i took possessIon V9ssesslonn possessIonyesterday
yesterday n t ltby of otthe the ea car on which abe was wasa wasa
a paaangor lillng lrLving the other OC ocuu ocuupants U Upants
pants out with a pls pistpl ol and Ja stfU in inthe intile
the car carNo carNo
No efforts have been made today to totJlLuro tocapture
capture lIar except > byperluatJon by persentlon und undhr andabc
abc hr has threatened to shoot if not let letaIOle letaloiie
aIOle Last night a d lupimy rn was fixed fixedup
111 and moved toward the dour of the lhftoilel thetoilet
toilet room which she he hft has belt1 using uslnrPS
PS u f fort rt and she fired a t s shot otnpl otnplibovO ftpIn ftpInabove
above t true e transom nm the bulLet stlki strlklggthe 8 8tJtt
the dlt11 dpuiuy uy squareboR top Qt thehood thehoodthe tlieh es4 es4the
the ruse W3 repeated but yhe hc could couldnot couldnot
not be induced to hoot at it again againDurIng againDuring
DurIng the dn day the city marshal r rq yr yrved
q l ved a tellgram from VancounT Vancoucr1SirlL i
1SirlL Walb which rf8 read 1 a5 follows followsIs oHowsIs
Is Insane woman flrs In Perry
daughter of Colon l Bainbridge Wire WiredoscrlpUon Wiredescription
description S T MU nrern nrernA er
A 4 phCtOgOO1b hken from the wo womaufI womans
mans VZlUi6 15 supposed to be tJ a pie picture pieture
ture ot herself Itwas it ivas taken at Spo Spokanc Spokane
kane the mune ot the photographer photographerbeing photographerbeing
being Libbey LibbeyTherh8sboou LibbtyThere
Therh8sboou There has been llo ItO lire re in the car since sinceit
it was sidetracked here aud the wo wobl wohamiJmis
bl hamiJmis n hna 1i laud ij 110tblJig to e eat t unless she shehad shelUtli
had something with her when she au aulere entered
lere < the toiled room Offers hac hacbetD haebeen
been roUt tQ her and baskets baek tn of pro protPlons piovisions
visions C8Jrtpd ro the cur but idme he posI posIt DOSi1it
t 1it ial Ilv letUI muaid d to retclVt 1Pivt anything anti u11c1hiW antihss
hiW thtQnfl tv shoot anyone wlJo wlJofoulct ivlitlwould
would laQUd Ii fir fir5TIM tiro tiro5TiATE
5TIM 5TiATE t REDUCED REqUCEOLondqp REDUCEDLond9
Londqp Lond9 Dee tAui tn offiol ni niemorall niemoralldunk mgr n ndUt
dUt dunk lseu d bylheJJ t L1iC 1mlralty < states t that thatL uJ uJtI
tI L t1lIIt1t1uelL1 t resfl reforms th the jiect jiectlhitiWf l t ttJ
tJ t wm 1 Wt WtItof tkt Nrr NrrRi
Itof d th r
Ri lhitiWf nitW1asrtng R rinS J
I BIG BUSINESS OF OFREVENUE OFREVENUE
REVENUE BUREAU BUREAUTotal
Total Receipts for the Year Ending EndingJune Endinglime
June 3D 1905 234178J976 234178J976ILLINOIS 234178976ILLINOIS
ILLINOIS LEADS THE VAN VANPRODUCTION VANPRODUCTION
PRODUCTION OF WHISKY IS IN INCREASING INCREASING
CREASING CREASINGW CREASINGA
A 1 ASHIXGlON Dee 3Tbe annual annualV nual nualroport
W V V report of CommlsslQner John JohnYerkes W WYorkes
Yerkes of the fttelnal revenue reveDueburoou revenuebureau
bureau trCfisur treasury department shows showsthat lOWS lOWSthat
that the receipts of the bureau Jar the theear theyear
year ear endlns end1n June 30 0 190 were 31 22417897th
178976 nn excess of 1 1284 4 195 19 over the thecollections thecollections
collections for the fiscal year oC 19M 19MUsing 1904Using
Using as ft basis the collections for the th4ifiast thefirst
first three 111ontll8 ot the current ftiical ftiicalyear t1scalyear
year the commiSloner e estimnates thnat 8 that thatthe thatthe
the receIpts from all internal revenue revenueSOurces revenueSources
SOurces for the fiscal year ending June
30 0 I 1OQG O will aggl aggregate gate 4OOOO O or ornearly ornearly
nearly 8000000 In excess ot those e for forthe or orthf
the last fiscal year OOT Durin During the Jut Jutfiscal Instfiscal
fiscal year eal there wall colloot collected from from tax taxon taxon
on distilled spIrits 129ilG > 8 on for fermented formented
mented liquors 49159639 and on to tobKCCO tobacco
bKCCO 45659910 45659910Illinois 4659910Illinois
Illinois Leads LeadsThe LeadsThe
The lending states In the ift payment ment of ofinternul ofinternal
internal revenue tax for the pest yeal yealarc ycatare
arc 1l1invls 51 51892703 9 103 New York 7 7 79915t1i
991562 Indiana 3246j 24GZ244 4f Centucky
21764399 Ohio 19752615 Penns Penneylva Penneylvania lvA lvAula
ula 19196170 519196170Among 19196170Among
Among the states paying the smallest smallestamounts t tamounts
amounts are Idaho Maine Mississippi MississippiNevada IlsslsslpplNevada
Nevada North Dakota Vermont and andVyomlng andWyoming
Wyoming In 1904 the total production productionof
of distilled spirits was 139605214 gal gallons gallone
lone in 190 905 153 15329379 593j9 gallons gallonsIn
In 1904 In round numbers 118400000 118400000gallons 118400000gallons
gallons ot taxpaid spirits were with withdrawn withdrawn
drawn In 1905 117700000 There has hasbeen luasbeen
been an increase In the amount of to tobacco tobacco
bacco and snuff manufactured and In Inthe inthe
the production or 1 beer beerMore eer eerMore
More Oleo Made M61deThe MadeThe
The amount oC COIOlcd oleomargarine oleomargarlJSelroduced oleomargarineriroduced
lroduced shows an Increase over ijH4 ijH4thc 1P04the
thc amount on which tax was paid paidduring paidduring
during the fiscal year 1905 being 49880
983 pounds the tax collected ng zuggregat zuggregatlug reS8t reS8tiug
lug 444975 444975Commisslonel 444975Commissioner
Commissioner Yerkes discussed d the thefree theTree
free work done b by lll his bureau such suellas suchas
as gauging of spirits at rectifying rectifyinghouses 1 1houses
houses the free stamps used clerk clerkhire I Ihire
hire etc and recommends legislation legislationfixing 1eglatioflfixing
fixing a charge of 20 O cents per stamp stampfor stampfor
for each stamp issued to rectifiers or orwholesale orwholesaie
wholesale liquor dealers for use upon uponp uponpackages
p packages ckages prepared and soot out by bythem bythem
them From thl this source the comn1fs commisabner I Isloner
sloner estimates that an increased rev 1evenue revenue
enue of from 150000 to 800000 would wouldbe
be produced The commissIoner also alsorecommends 180 180recommends
recommends that a ta tax of 25 cents per pergallon pergallon
gallon be imposed on all sweet wines winesrectltled winesrectified
rectified through the United States or orrape orgrape
rape brand The cost of collecting collectingthe
the interl1al revenue l lest t yeer was was4IFO9OC U UtVO
tVO 4IFO9OC 20G and nd too OOlnndselol1er estt esttmat eat eatmatos
mat matos s that the cost fo for Ue next tls fiscal fiscalear l lrwDUld
ear rwDUld tnuitj bore ha refluectt uaul to 14t2QTh 14t2QTh1uiit 4M Th8 Th8t
1uiit 1gIed t tobu Jn ffb bI1pe4itt bI1pe4ittthis IICM 1 1tlte
this itt t Y AS agnli ii an an ansince e esince
since the OfC4tianot zkebvt au u utBS of tt2 tt2pet I Ipel
pet 1eJ cent t I IReceipts
Receipts Itemized ItemizedThe < 1
The internal revenue receipts for the thefiscnl thefiscal
fiscal YOArarqgiven as foJJp foljows foljowsProm j jFrom
From spirits plrlts1J5 W508515 i 8Ji1J u increase incrlseOel increaseover
over 1904 of 148407 tobacco 4i 5S 5Sil
il l3 increast increast ljQOUOl ljQOUOlFermentod iftOl101Fermented
Fermented liquors 10 OSe35 In Intease inuease
< tease 6217094 6217094Oleomargurine 6277094Oleomargarine
Oleomargarine kl047S 47S Increase Increase1213S1
5121381 5121381MIxed 1213S1
Mixed flours 1648 InorQ8Se 221 221Adulterated S1
AduJtel Adulterated Ltedbutter butter 391 Inchreaie JnchreaeProcess
2023
Process or renovated butter 1567S 1567Sincrea I6735increase
increa increase e 15s0t 15s0tjlt 15SCLMiscellaneous
jlt Miscellaneous nnneous 1441198 decrease 1 1 1281iiOi
281301 281301There 281iiOiThere
There was an Incl increase > ase of 5157904 5157904poun 52g7904pounds
poun pounds in the quantity 0 of leaf tobaCC8 tobaCC8u tobaceeused
u used d in the manufacture of taxable to tohacco I
bac hacco o products and an increase of 33 3300r773 33oo773
00r773 pounds and a decrease e ot 2224 2224usa 4
usa pounds 1oot respectively > ectlveb In the qURIl qURIltity quantity
tity of dome domestic otic < lent cXH exported rted > and fOr fOreign forelgu
eign loaf imported ant au i1 increase of
40483361 poun pounds s in the quantity ot do domeetin I Imest1c
mest1c leaf tobacco produced as com cornpared I Ipared
pared with the previous year yearDuties
I
Duties and Taxes on Tobacco TobaccoThe TobaccoThe
The duties and taxes collected rom romtobacco fromtobacco
tobacco during the fiscal year ended endodJune endedJune
June 30 0 1905 amounted to toThe BS349i BS349iTIle
TIle duty uty collected upon imported importecllea importedleaf
lea unmanufactured amounted to IS 18S9G940
S9G940 and that collected upon Import Imported I
ed tobacco manufactured entered for foronSnnhptioII i ionsumptioll
onsumptioll amounted to 379G72 the thequantity thequantity
quantity of tobacco manufactured due dueing
ing last year ear is hel1 40 a follows followsPlug
Plug 163319 163379970 O pounds twist 87 8783
211 pounds fln fine cut ch chewing tng 1151003 12151003pounds i
pounds smoking tobacco 1491516IM 149151OWIpounds >
pounds The number of ci cigarettes ettes JIIIl manufactured 1
uCactured was about lOSH800OOQ lOSH800OOQlhe
The quantity of svain aln u for the theproduction
production of spirits during the last wt wtfi8Cal
i fiscal year 001 was 299 29927325 732 bushels which whichis bieh biehIs
Is an Increase of 2239G4 bushels over overthe
the year ear 1901 rhaleld rIte yield of spirit front fromeach I
each bushel of grain was 417 gallons gaUonsThe gallonsThe
The quantity of molas molasses es used for the theproduction theproduction
production of spirits was 18370630 gal gallons galIons
Ions producing 1206329 Gallons ot otspirits ofspirits
spirits
4 4RAILWAY 1IIr 1IIrRAILWAY
RAILWAY OFFICIALS OFFICIALSWILL OFFICIALSWILLINVESTIGATE
WILL WILLINVESTIGATE WILLINVESTIGATEPhiladelphia INVESTIGATE INVESTIGATEPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Dec 3As a result of the theeasting thecasting
casting of H plumb Job Into President PresidentRoosevelts
ltooseets train as it was INUiJ passing passingthrough tncthrou I
throu through h the northern PArt of this cit cltSalUr citSaturday
SalUr Saturday night the Pennsylvania > ratl ratlrmd rat ratroad
road offIcials have united in a etermined 4eterminedeffort eterminedeffort
effort to break up the practice ot throw tbrowing throwins
ins missiles at trains A thoroughinleIi thoroughinleIiligation thorough inves investigation
ligation of last nights incident is In Inpro iiiprogress
pro progress progressWe eu euWo
Wo have been persifitenlt annoyed annoyedOftJ1 annoyedaid
aid a Peuns Pennsylvania lvanlR railroad official to tod t tday
d day v by time throwing of titone ned aadbricks nedhreks
bricks throu through h ear windows b by ml nulsera nulseraants en enants
ants They occur u usually uall in ouUSng ouUSngparLc cotlyingparts
parts of the city It Theonly thJn thing that thatwltI thatwill
will break up the practice Is a hN heavy fine fineand fineand
and impll imprisonment onment for the offenders when wbencl1u whencaught
cl1u caught ht
SETH LOW IS CHAIRMAN CHAIRMANNe
Ne New York Dec 3rhu executive executivecouncil executivecouncil
council Or the Natlon Civic Fedora Fede1atloll Fedoratiorm
tloll luts H8 selected Setli Seth Lo LotuS 3J1 chairman chalrmAnof
of the conciliation committee of the thenational thenational
national body A meeting ot thhl com committee cornmittee
mittee will be held Dec Dee6 6 to o outline Its 112work Itswork
work for the c cming mlng year It Is the thepurposo thepurpose
purpose of the new com coniyiitteo nltteo to ap appoint apiOiflt
point local conciliation e lmmltteeJ In InflIt inall
flIt important industrial CenterS to co coOptlflto cooperate
operate wlth tll tlu stnJ stio board 01 arbi arbitratlon arbitration
tratlon and condllatlon
4 4HONORS
HONORS FOR OV OVAMA OVAMAToki AM A A1olti
1olti Dec 3FIeld lileld Iahhal Oyamit Oyamitllrrhod Oynmaftrrived
llrrhod 3 at t 1jll1o tOlja today und wa1 t the therecipient 11 11r
r recipient ot several ovatloi vaUo G Gnerai GneraiAsq4a n > lai laiAsa
Asa a coJ1muntlor C of th uard8 d drsIQI l lttsion
ttsion rsIQI f1y61 arrived br1olUu toda today and was wasf1IVfIl waspivt
f1IVfIl alt enthusiastic 1yetpLiL > 11 as well wellas wellds
as being shown ew exceptiuiu4 ptit oL < honor by bythe b bthe
the court
I
CORNER STONE STONElAID STONELAID
lAID BY MASONS MASONSSimple
Simple but Impressive Ceremonies s at atSite at atSite
Site of New Temple TempleGREAT TempleGREAT
GREAT CROWD TURNS oar oarLARGEST OUTLARGEST
LARGEST ASSEMBLY OF ORDEft ORDEftIN ORDE11N
IN HISTORY OF UTAH UTAHJ
J 1 1W
t A I TH tIle ancient ee eeretmioffles on It tI the theV e eeraft
W V V eraft the comer atone ot the It ItLake JtLake
Lake Masonic temple at Second Sec4MldEt SecondEast
Et and First t South tftets was aid aidyosterdllY laidyesterday
yesterday afternoon by Grand Master MasterC ra r rC
C S S Varian assIsted b ether oftie etlinersof er ert
of t the grand lodge th4he ih presence ot ottho ofthe
the largest number ot Masons yey u usembled so sosemblod
sembled In the state stateMaaonic stateMasonic
Masonic bodies from Salt Lake CIty CItyOgden CityOgden
Ogden and Park cn City wore In attend atteadanee attendaltec
anee while every lodge m tile state had 1Iadrepre hadrepresentatives
repre representatives entaUvea In the parade and at atthe atthe
the ceremonies In Mitton to the hmn hmndreds n ndreds
dreds ot Masons onB interested spectators spectatorsgathered pectatorsgathered
gathered In almost t equal mambera to towitJess thwiti4ess
witJess the laying of the cornet atone atonePlie Qnf QnfTho
Tho weather was all that could be beexpected beexpected
expected after the storms at the w wThe week weekThe
The afternoon was bright clear and andnot andnot
not uncomfortably cold The greatest greatestdrllwbllCk greatestdrawback
drawback was the condition ot thin thustreets thinstreets
streets which were rather too muddy muddyto
to make marching desirable desirableMeet desirableMeet
Meet the Incoming Masons MasonsMembors MasonsMembers
Members of Utah fOmmandory No 1 1ot Iof
ot Salt Lake accompanied by the Pert EeltDouglas PertDouglas
Douglas band met the Incoming Temp Templars Temphire
lars and Blue lodge members fr freni freniOgden lll lllOgden
Ogden and Park CIty at the depots depotsand depotsand
and escorted them to the od Masonic Masonictemple UaOnlctemple
temple where th the parade formed formadThe formedTue
The band and a Platoon ot police un under usder
der Captain John B Burbidge led the tltApamde theparade
parade Following were member of ofVftah ofTftali
Vftah commandery No1 No 1 of Salt Lake LaktEIMonte LakeEl
EIMonte El Monte commandery No 2 of Ogden Ogdenlalta OgdenMalta
Malta commandery No3 No 3 of Park City Cityand Cityand
and other bodies In order orderBehind orderBehind
Behind the main portIon of the p prude parude
rude were Past Grand Masters W J JLynoh 3Lynoh
Lynoh James D Murdock Va1tfr Wa3terScott Va1tfrScott
Scott A S Chapman and R L Coftety CoftetyLast ConelyLast
Last of all and separated by It aUght uhtIntervat aUghtinterval
interval were thc grand lodge ofttcerf ofticersThe
The parade extended alon along tw twblocks twablocks
blocks and contained not les less than 7 750 750men f fmen
men It moved from the old Masonic lIaJiIOI1lotemplo Masonictemple
temple at Second South and West V Mt rein lempie reinplc
pie streets to Main rallt street north tr trFI1iit toFirst
First South and ea east t to the site ot the th8new thenew
new t temple ple The head of the parade paradrhalted paradehalted
halted oPpo opoaIte lte the site and the parade rIldt1resolve paraderesolved
resolve Use Itself Into two long lines e etween hetween
tween which the grand lodge offlae offlae1noved olllaere olllaeretitoYed
1noved to the platform erected about aboutthe aboutthe
the corner atone the Masons in the pa parade parade
rade standing with bared head u the thftgrand thegrand
grand lodge om officers ers move along aJoncHonor alongHonor
Honor Grand Lodge Officers OfficersLine OfficersLines
Line were broken as the rnd rndlodge
1 lodge 8 officers mounted the tfQrm rm and Jtdtlt8 andthe
the crowd gathered cl bout thE thEcorn theoornrn <
corn r of the building About a email email5il 1l 1le
5il e beaI1n ftOtfo 18 the box for th thr the the1Ooi1t
1Ooi1t r stoi it tc etcfleers tk 1tfJI 1tfJIflcers
flcers Were s AtNl u az1kfw tMIItw a C CYallan S SVarlan
Yallan Salt L Lake ke greitli ra ill 1 8 8W 2w
W BcIcon Ogden deputy CraMm3t CraMm3tter
ter W J Barrette Salt lt lAke senior enJo1gnmd seniorgrand
grand warden J H Brown Salt Lake Lkfjunior Lakejunior
junior grand warden John S Sc Scott ScottSalt tt ttSalt
Salt Lake grand treasurer Chrfstoph Chrfstopher
er Diehl Salt Lake grand secretary secrotalYT
T j M Hansen Brigham City grand grandchapaj grandehaphald
chapaj H R MacMillan Ogden Ogdoogrand Ogdengrand
grand orator J F Hardie Salt Lake Lakegreed
greed d lecturer Henry Simon Salt sJrI SaltLake
I Lake ke grand marshRl F PSheto PShetwoedSalt HI
Salt Lake grand pur pursuivant uivant BUjah BUjahBowen MIljiBowen
Bowen Eureka grand rand standard bear bearI
er J E Bott Provo graruI sword swordbearer swordbearer
bearer B F LoveD Mt t PI Pleasnt5e Pleasnt5enior t >
n10r Cr grand nd deacon W J ShealY Og Ogden
den senior grand steward t ward Frank Em ni nicry
cry Park City junior grtUld stewa1d stewarilUerander
AJeCI1der Toponce Ogden grapd t tlet
let letCharles Charles W Mor Morse e F C Sehraft
ii N Mayo S DETnas DTan 1Mft1b inembs s ot ofthe
the building oommttt6e eomm4ttt end other otkeptpmlnent otherprpminent
ptpmlnent Masons from various por ports portsof t tof
of the state also mu1 eats on the theplatform theplatform
platform platformLaying
Laying of the Corner Stone StoneThe
The ceremonies of haying the cb11 Oitftr Oitftrstone r rstonc
stone were conducted atcdrdingtoth atcdrdingtothuonic accdrdkig to the theMasonIc
MasonIc ritual for such OCCftSOfitl OCCftSOfitlYollowing occanlonaFollowing
Following th the invocation by Grand OrandCbaplain GrandChaplain
Chaplain Hansen and the pre1lmln preh1m1nay preh1m1nayquestions fY fYqueUons
questions an and re responses pouses Grand Secre Secretary Soeretar
tary tar DIehl read the list of confents of ofthe oftime
the box The box was then placed in inOIiiltioo inposition
position to be reeeived in the eavty eavtyof cavtyof
of the stone by Grand TreaaurerSeott TreaaurerSeottGrand TressurerScottGrand
Grand Master Varian then picked up upthe upthe
the trowel and smoothed the 1 mortar mortarabout rtar rtarabout
about the seat of the stone Th atollu atolluU stenwas
was U ordered lowered to the accompani accompaniment acornpanimeat
meat of of the IaMonic grand honors honoragiven honorsgiven
given by clapping the hands slorhy 101J in inuri litunison
uri unison on by direction o oI Grand 1t Mhrshal MhrshalSimon rshal rshalSim
Simon SimonAfter n nArter
After the massive gra gray stone had hadbeen hadbeen
been l lowered Aiered to place De1Q Gnuh1 Gnuh1Muter tand tandMantet
Muter Badcon advanced examined th thfour the thefour
four upper corners and rop reported rt d to tothe tothe
the grand master that the Iitone was wassquare as assquare
square Senior Grand WftlIdtn Bar Btlrrctte Barrette
rctte eamined amined it and reported that it itwaa itwas
was eel Junior Grand Warden Brown Brownexamined Brownexamined
examined the sides and reported thai thatit t tit
it was plumb Grand Mast MasterVariaiz MasterVariaizthen l Varl < u uthen
then advanced tapped the stonathrce stonathrceand tOl t1trtce t1trtceand
and declared that It had been ted teltedand tedand
and found well formed and tru truThe trus trusThe
The emblems of consecration were werepassed e epaa
passed ed to the deputy grand 1l 8te1BentoI raae raaesenior
senior grand warden and j junior nior gmnd gmndwarden tl tlJrden
warden by the grand mars marshal Mr MrBadeon MrBckon
Badeon placed the corn the emblem or orplent ofplenty
plenty < on the stone and wa t followed followedin
in turnbY turn by Mr Barrette with rjth the wine wtnethe winethe
the emblem ot joy and s18duOlil and andby andby
by Mr lr Brown with 1th the oU the emblem emblemofpoace
of ofpoace ofpoaceGrand J
Grand Master Varian n tornlliY fondhlycommitted
committed the con constrUction tr4ction of the thebuilding
building tD the are and skill of Archi Arebitent
tent W V E Ware and dec1ued the thecornerstone
cor cornerstone erstone Bucoossfu11y1R1d sucedesfuily IaUI with the thoancIent theancient
ancIent ceremonies of the cnttt crsftThe
The Imcoes successful ful laying of t1 stone stonewas
was proclaimed by Grand Marshal MribalSimon MarshalSimon
Simon The prayer was given bY the thegrand thegrand
grand chaplain chaplainGrand chaplainGrand
Grand Orator He R MacMlUq then thenmounted theamounted
mounted the stono and delivered the theonrtlon 6 6outton
outton oC the day Mr MacMfllan MacMfllanapoke MacMilieuspoke
spoke as follows followsThe followsThe
The Compass of Masonry MasonryMuonry MasonryMasonry
Masonry encompasses its mem1 elw with wJtbin withIn
in an tJ1Wtinar circle representing UM
bound1uY line ot conduct towards towardsand G dand
and man beyond which they are UJ Ci II IIoh t1 t1oceasioh
oceasioh oh and under no Pretext t U Utheir II fo foM
M prejudices t11 their ir interests ta aT t j jpaa
paa lion passions to iJttty them and 1faehl s ttai ttaiwhile
while Ole they keep themselves thus > ti 11 11ecilbcd
ecribfod the asset Nltfiallv err errUpder r rtQder
tQder the blaslngsunUht llazlng sunlight ot omni omnielailem r rcIaJwm
cIaJwm the world iii today particl partleirs partleirsin pI t tin
in II mad t1Lte for weRlthpowM TI TI1at Tba
a 1at materialistic riaJl tlc age 1h flip dsc pi nr 1tlJ lt ltof I Iof
of dogmas and or tear ha I d t L Laway
111 away rbe curtain hu bet Tun d dullon l lOuch
Ouch the ae of 8upentith11 t 0 0emerged j jmerg
emerged merg < 1 from the hE wltehelafr t lOll ifl ifla I Ia
a blggt and broader world Met 11 a anow anow
now persecuted for giving lJld1l lJld1lthousbt >
thought Minds and coDsdencea are JC i

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