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I THE SALT LAKE HERALD HERALDEstablished WEATHER LAST FOR EDITION EDITIONWEATHER 8AXT 8AXTSllvw
4V4j4 t =
Sllvw 66ic per ounce ounceCopper
I I 3 C Copper apr casting casttn n 17c 4c per pe pound poundLead poun pounAwwde
Established June 6 1870 Lead in ore 350 Now Yorfc C31
Awwde SALT LAKE CITY UTAH 7EDNESDAY EDKESIMYDECEMBER DECE1LBER 13 1905 Price Five Cents
RYAN TELLS WHAT WHATHARRIMAN WHATHARRiMAN
HARRIMAN SAID SAIDRailway SAIDailway
Railway Magnate Threatened to Use TfoHis UseBis
His Influence Adversely AdverselyELIHU AdverselyELIHIJ
ELIHU ROOT WAS PRESENTCAMPAIGN PRESENT PRESENTCAMPAIGN
CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTIONS OF OFTHE OFTHE
THE PRUDENTIAL PRUDENTIALI
I t EW YORK Dec lS 1tThoma Thomas ThomasRjtn 1 1I
I Rjtn today appeared before the theInsurance theInsurance
Insurance investigating commit commltt
t t1 p and told what E 1 H Harrlroan did didnn didnn1
nn nn1 J threatened to do when he demnd demndcil
cil that Air Ryan concede him a share sharein haze3ii
in the control of the Equitable Life LifeAssurance LIfetNurante
Assurance society last June Air Ryan Ryanaued Kyanassured
assured the committee that he had hadJin itadS itadtiiit
Jin axit no disrespect by his former re reu reiuaj S
iuaj < u al to disclose their conversations conversationsr
r said that he liad determined to tor tQlwer
r lwer wer the questions to which he had hadr hadre
r re used replies on Friday last because becauseI becauseXz1rict
I Xz1rict itrict Attorney Jerome said he ought
to ilo jo so o
Harrlmans Threats ThreatsMr rhreatsMr S
Mr nyans version of what Mr Har Harr Harriman
r riman man demanded and what he thrtat thrtatnril tlirtatenI
enI nril to do O upon the refusal of hi hs de defian d dar4s
fian ar4s was in substance as follows followsi feowTILt
i Tint Harriman demanded d onehalf onehalft
t the ro Z shares hare of the stock of the the1tab1e
1 lUable Life Assurance society which
21 R R31U > au had purchased from James JamestjK
tjK Hydf and which gave Mr Rya Rysit
< > trol of the property
That Harriman threatened unieag h hvas he heca
vas ca ronccJed this thIsshre share In the control controlof
of thi soilety to exert his political and andnil aXitlall
nil otht OlWr = r influences against Mr r liy Ryan Ryanal2d n nand
and his project projectWould projectWould
Would Use Influence InfluenceThat InIuenceThat
That Harrimandeclared there proto protoftblj probabl3
ftblj would be legteatlve action and andtb andtltt
tb tltt it n that event his Influence would wouldw
w tt important importantThu tIkrHrtaItThit
Thu Harriman demanded the right
to nam two of the fIve trustees to vote votet
t U > i i Controlling stock In the election of ofdr ofLit
dr Lit tors of the society
Iu I r rp1 jily to repeated questions by by1iarei
C harles K I Hughes counsel of the com comUiin1 corn1rjtk
Uiin1 Mr Ryan stated that Mr Her HarJlnmn Her31flkn
Jlnmn Wid not threaten that there thereshould thereshould
should bf ii legislative action unlees he hewas hea
was a gen a share in the Equitable Equitablecoiitralj EquttaIsCotrah
coiitralj Cotrah but said there vrobably would wouldiP
IP iP su suh h aotion Neither did Mr Harri HarriIT IarrlT
IT T in threaten any action by an officer ofilcerif
if I the government governmentRoot goveriunentRootWas
Root RootWas Was Present Presentif
if was a strenuous Interview Mr MrJoan
Joan mia ai3 and was h hold ld In the pros prosrff precfl
< rff or fl Elihu Hoot then Mr Ryans Ryansc Ttyapsflow
c tins now t40eretr eeret ry of state and
w T J I I > Oravath also Mr Ryans Ryanstnsfj Ryansnfl
tnsfj tnsfjMr nfl nflTh
Mr Ryan told the commit eommtttee tea that he hed hed
d vv the inference from it that Mr
Iiirriman did not want anybody to torrtrol I
rrtrol 1 rtroi the Equitable society unless upie he heJ hea
J i a shure in if it Sir Ryan also alsov
r ij tht he pd no ettsttis o 1fr 1fr1fl1ns
1fl1ns itattsnent
< S v uM b important int Intlie e event eveatc eventct
c ct tislutive action acto and informej him himHjai himl
Hjai li l < > wHiitoA no partner in the en enUTJ entttlJt
UTJ Mr Harriman did not get getti et etIi
ti I iu if i sheLes > hare in thestock thestockMk tbe stock stockM
Mk M Ryan declared that this Inter mtert
t took place within a few days daysfkl dystt
fkl hr h got Control of the Hyde stock stockThe stockThe
The Prudential Company Companyrrated Company1rttd
rrated States Senator John F Djy
d fr i i New Jersey president of the thePi thep
Pi jlMitjrtl Life Insurance company of ofUtii oftl
Utii tl a as on the witness aland all alltlf allt
tlf t remainder of lh the day dayil dayil
il < tf tsu1td siiii Hl that his company paid paidC
C T tj t the Republican national cam catwfnn camfltflt
fnn fltflt < t in 1J lM9 1M0 1W and low It ItIHid ItS Itettd
S IHid ettd ri000 to Andrew Hamilton
1 vjy rj the New York Life ln n4Ur n4Uratys ur uri
i Djanys atys leg gaItIve Dilative agent at atL
A L V
I r in jI his testimony Mr Dry Dryi
i t n 4 tiU IJ that dividend of 10 per cent centi
i v 7 Jthj uil m tt the sok ock of the Pruaental PrutlentaLHe
1 < i M y He sakl hl his son Forrest F FI FI
I r a i < t had been connected with the thei
i L < utiat ior twentylive years He Hej HeaUt
S j jiari work as aWy a boy and worked up upgh upi
i S gh the various grades grad until at atln atrt
ln rt ent lit is the first vice president presidenttii
tii i r ve said he had a neohew in the thei
i T tl < i f the company at a salary of oft
< i a t v eK One of Senator Drydens Drydensi
i u tivfs Is I a director in the company companySENATE companyS
S e S SSENATE
SENATE INJIO IN NO HURRY HURRYHajhvay HURRYflailway
Hajhvay Rate legislation Will Be Al Allowed Allowed ¬
lowed to Slumber Until Aft After After
er the Holidays Holidayshinpton
5 > hinpton t ittoti Dec 1 LRaIIread Railroad rate rate1liitum raiel
1liitum l will b be allowed to jest until nntlla untiltttt
a T tu tttt holidays Members of the thejs theis
js inMnittJE on Interstate and for forp Cc Cct
t p mmerce l baNe ve agreed to take U Ufi t tS
S fi 3 > iiiso I 1St of lew important mesa measi
i ilmn those affecting rates be
1 15 > e th recess In the senate also alsoace alscevP
ace evP is tt < t itsposition to let rate le 1ebt is
7 in r4 iIuniber Iuml r for th the time being The TherrVicrs Then1er
rrVicrs of t tb tIn interstate commerce commercenT cotnrnerceiTiTitt
nT iTiTitt > n > iitte in that body have d dedded deddedI cided cidedt
t > hci lwtt < i uut tIt one Ofl meeting a week be bef befc
f fc > > rr Civ iuistinas istmaa and there is a general generalur genera genera4t
ur 4t n isiaiulins that legislation affecting affectingt
t > S S interstate commerce commission commissioni
i jf 10 t uaitad
I js likely Ii kIy that several additional additionalS
3 S t litif F ti bilk will be Introduced introducedinlutn in injt
lutn jt toti IOiiS s l before > the committees are areItaly aretit
Italy tit take tak up the subject Chair Chairi ChairTIgturI
i Hfiurn of th the house committee committeeO
O InursliiU and tprein commerce is isat11 Isat11
at11 11 Aork Otk on the l ill which he is to toWRECKAGE toitrtiuet
itrtiuet
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WRECKAGE OF SEALING SEALINGSCHOONER SEALINGSCHOONERCOMES i
SCHOONER SCHOONERCOMES COMES ASHORE ASHOREVictoria i
Victoria K ft Dee li UThe The bow of a aBrhunrr anhu
Brhunrr nhu rr with the letter F cut In the theTXL tnen
TXL n 1 tmd ud other > wreckage believed ta be beff beS
ff S tti sealing schooner Fawn have havei haveashett i
i washed ashett ashore on the w west st coast ot otu
5 5 > u < r inland The Fawn was last lastrctjtfl leatrtt
rctjtfl rtt when she left Bering a sea a 00 00Ui ono
Ui t 4 returning to Victoria with M2 seat aeaik
k i s tak t4kft < n in a pelagic sealing cruise crulaeh
h A was t is long1 since given up as lost The nieIS
1 IS wn fl curried Captain Ohisop and six sixn tx txzife
n zife > men and twentyone Indians Ue UeIcrgng hegog
Icrgng gog tu Mootka Sound near which whlcnn
D n t wreckage came oahore Captain Captainn
n sv s fiancee was waiting In Boston Bostonndinjj flpsonrdig
ndinjj to come to Victoria and bo boiuarrwi bek4
iuarrwi k4 t when the Pawn returned returnedATTENDS returnedATTENDS
ATTENDS A BANQUET BANQUETiHnjfial BANQUETjaI
iHnjfial jaI t The Herald HeraldWashington HeraldatTLgton
Washington D Dee c 12 1Senstor Senator W A AOark 4k 4kak
Oark ak of Moutaiui went to New York Yorkthis Yorktis
this evening to attend a dinner to b bg be beg4Ffl
g g4Ffl < n tiniBht by the Pennsylvania so soP
P v of which h its is a member memberIMMENSEICE memberIMMENSEICE
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IMMENSEICE GORGE GORGErshiiHown GORGE5Trshi1town
rshiiHown sJ5 I Dec 12 12An An te teha Ice Iceg
g ig ha formed in thv t Mjstiwsippi rtrwr rttiera rtrwrnV
a Rflvi nV Tb iv it t r 1 bis ba rls riti > ii seven seventnd sevenIce
Ice tnd in s going hijruT Soveru bridges bridgcshave
have been endangu
PRESS AGENT FOR FORTHE FOfTHE
THE COMMISSION COMMISSIONOne
One of Them Literary tellers Ea EaPanama HasPanama
Panama Canal Job JobSENATORS SobSENATORS
SENATORS ASK QUESTIONS QUESTIONSCOMPELLED QUESTIONSAGEFT
AGEFT COMPELLED TO DEFINE pEFINEHIS DEFINEHIS
HIS DUTIES DUTIES1AIASmNGJON f fif
1AIASmNGJON if ASOTNCWON Doc 1 iLThe The emer emergency omervv ¬
vv gency genapprpratIon appropriation bill to pro proWp proS proiid
S iid Wp tiro tlj Isthmian canal commis commission coinmiadon ¬
don with funds to carry on on thp con construction contrtiotIo ¬
struction trtiotIo 0C the Panama canal will willcontain willeentn
contain no general legislation This Thiswas Thiswas
was deckled by the senate committee committeen
on ° n appropriations at a meeting laat laattng 1tut4it
tng all of o today and at which it was wasHgraefl wasngved
Hgraefl t t report ths meateure appro appropriating approprlatIg ¬
priating U U00I000 < HHWO the amount named namedy namedby
by y th the house bill The first section of ofj atthe
j the bill In relation to the issuance of ofbond ofbod
bond was stricken tr1cke out A bill con containing on ontaming ¬
taming this feature wa was introduced in inthe Inthe
the senate by Mr Teller and it will
foe dealt with by the finance commit ¬
tee The bill was amended further to toprovide toprovide
provide that thstIn in the future no expenditure expendi xpenditurOH ¬
ture turOH shall b bs made for the camiVex camiVexceptjv eana ex excepLJ
ceptjv cepLJ authority of congress and nd when whenappropriations hen henRllipiatlons
appropriations have been made by bycongress bycongress
congress S
Pointed Inquiries Made MadeSecretary MadeSecretary
Secretary Taft of the war depart departmAllt departmeat
meat mAllt Tk < uw P T > t U i a athe
Theqdore Shonts chairmanof chairmanofS
S the canal commission Joseph 0 Bish Bishop DsaS DsaOfl ¬
S op secretary and other ofliciHla of the thecommission theI
I commission including the purchasing purchasIniagent
agent and the assistant purchasing purchasingagent purchasingagent
agent wore before the committee and andere andwere
were ere subjected to pointed oLnted inquiries as asto asto
to themanner the manner of making expend expendturec tures
Mr Taft and Mr Shonta urged that thatthe thatthe
the appropriation be increased to IB
500000 the amount named in the bill billbefore billbefore
before It was M5 amended in the house houseThey houseThey
They admitted however that 11000 11000S 11000would
S 006 would be sufficient to carry on the thework theI
I work until April prIl In Iii view of the fact factthat
that congress will have plenty of op opportunity ¬ I II
I portunity to legislate by that time it itwas I Iwee
was determined not to restore the 5 5GflOMO 5oo100
GflOMO cut out by the house housePress housePress
Press Agent Examined ExaminedThe ExaminedThe
The examination of Mr Bishop l3sh p who whohad whohad
had been referred to in the house Ioue de debatwas tiebtai
batwas btai as a press agent for the corn conimisttion cornmission
mission was pf a personal nature in inthat inthat
that he was asked to define his duties dutiesIt
It was shown that in addition to act acting actlug ¬
lug as secretary he is a sortofdfnlo sortofdfnlomatie sort otdfp otdfpmatle
matie agent charged with meeting any anypossible anyPossible
possible contingency that may arise ariseIn ariseIn
In the absence of Mr Shonta and W WLeon WLeon
Leon Pepperman HIP assistant chief of ofadministration ofadmInIstratIon
administration Mr Bishop says ho as assumes assurnes ¬
sumes their duties in Wasamgtoneven Wasamgtonevento Wasiliigtbu even evento
to the extent of signing checks and andthat andthat
that he deals directlv with the secre secretary eeretary ¬
tary of war in relation to canal mat matters mattere ¬
ters He said he was westhe the hVorian for forthe f r rthe
the commission and assemble dauiof dauiofaU dathoteU
aU kinds th that t might be of otii austf f fr frtrpee r Any Anymfrpose
mfrpose H 1P aamiued firxTto smE smEexteat nve nveextent
extent this information intormaton was USM user fftf fftfthe t tthe
the public pta 1 in t r capacltykOf capacltykOfUterary caRcltyLfMterary
Uterary secretary Mr Bishop explain explained ¬
ed th that t he was not expected to create createpublic ereo4e ereo4epublic S
public sentiment jbut to keep it nor normal normel ¬
mal
Accused the Railroads RailroadsIn
In explanation ex lanatlon he said that there had hadbeen hadbeen
been a determined effort on the part of ofthe ofthe
the opposition to direct public feeling feelingagainst feeln feeln11nt
against tho canal and that before he heentered Iteentered
entered the employ of the government governmenthljK governmenthiseervices
hiseervices hljK services had been sought by those thoseInterest thoaeinterests
Interest at more liberal compensation compensationthan
than he is now receiving When asked askedto
to name the opposition interests Mr MrBishop MrBishop
Bishop specified the Nicaragua the Te TeImnn Telianpoc
Imnn lianpoc pec and apti the Darien canals and andventured andV
ventured V ttlrsiJ the surmise that the trans transearned transcontinental
continental railroads also were con conespied
earned espied in the opposition to the canal canality eanlIty
Ity reply to ituestions as to the actiy actiyity
ity orMhe railroads he said that ho had hadno i ino
no positive information that they were wereopposing wereOJXt5Iig
opposing the canal enterprise enterpriseMr
Mr Shonts defended the action of ofthe ofthe
the commission in employing a literary literarysecretary j jsecretary
secretary saying that practically every everyrailroad everyrailroad
railroad or corporation of any oharac cliaractot j
tot found the services of such agent of ofinestimafolo ofinestlrnable
inestimafolo value valueReports valueT
T Reports to Be Required RequiredThe
The appropriation commtte took up upthe upthe
the question of the making of reports reportsby j
by officials of the canal commission commissionanti j jand
and in that regard the provision of eta etablll a abill
bill adopted by the senate committee committeeon
on Interoceanlc canals at the ast con congress congrass ¬
grass were agreed upon These provi provisions provislons ¬
sions were placed in the house bill as asAmendments asamendrnnts
Amendments and enter into details ax axto asto
to the manner of requiring reports te tebe tobe
be made to congress congressIf
If the finance committee reports reportspromptly iporteprofnpOy
promptly the Teller bill in relation to toth j
the th bonds It is possible that in the In Interestof Interest ¬
terest terestof of saving time this may be re returned returned ¬
turned to the bill as a new section and andthe andthe
the other amendment decided upon by bythe j
the appropriation committed dropped droppedtemporarily droppedtemporarily
temporarily to be dealt with lat later r by bythe i ithe
the isthmian canal oonun eonnnisslon lesion The TheelTet j jpropriatton
elTet At this would be to place the a aproprIietIon
propriatton committee on record recordagalnet recordagainst
against general legislation and give the thebond thebond
bond feature of the house bill the en endorsement endorseinent ¬
dorsement of the finance committee committeeand
and at the same time avoid a new bond bondbill bondbill
bill in the house The bill will be re reported reported ¬
ported to the senate early tomorrow
ALLEGED ALLEGEDJURY JURY BRIBING BRIBINGKentucky BRiBiNGKentuok
Kentucky Kentuok Grand Jury Looking Into Intothe IntoS
S the Hargis Case CaseEexiitgten
fcexinston Ky Dec liJud ILJude ILJuderker e Wai
art rker er of the circuit court created a aMtasatioB ai3stion
MtasatioB unlit tods4 when h ho called the xjnqiit grepCIjury
jury summarily into the court room and amicharged andthard
charged it 16 take ou at once s a charge chargeJust chargejust
Just ninde that a c cexlain naln juror had been beenoffered beeniffersd
offered a bribe to find a verdict in favor favora
a Judge Jam James 0 llrgl of Breathitt coon countv coontv
tv in the recent trial of Marjcte for the theassassination he hessstnatlon
assassination of James Cockrlll The Thematter
matter reached the court through the theeolumn tuecolumns
columns of Uw Voice a prohibition paper paperfxlted paperedted
fxlted by Rev ISdward Snodgrass wno wnomibUehed wnopubllshedthst
mibUehed publlshedthst that a juror in the Hargia case casehad casehad
had admitt admltted d to him that hehad been beenoffered beenoffered
offered a bribe but refmad ta accept ItceoptSnodgras acceptSnodgress
Snodgress was summoned nod the gram gramjury grandjury
jury at o OpC4 ct > entered into an Investigation Investigationof Inveedgationolthuesee
of olthuesee olthueseeSIX the case caseSIX S
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SIX LITTLE ONES PERISH PERISHDtihoii
4 Dubols Pa Dec liSix childrenf children 4 4of
+ 4 of William Morgan and wife were wereburned + f
+ burned to death at Lind Liiidiy y near + f fPunxeutayvney
4 Punxeutayvney at an early hour to today + f
tday + day The parent arentn and their two re f fmaintug
4 maintug children barely escaped escapedf escapedwith
+ f with their lives i +
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BODY IDENTIFIED IDENTIFIEDBan
Ban Dttgo CaL Dec 12 1tA A message messagewasrwetvad messagettas
wasrwetvad ttas hare we last night by Colonel ColonelJawall ColoheiewelI
Jawall whose brothers body was re repoct repaitd
poct paitd < T to I hBV been found in ah old mine minebeen miucelicit
elicit nr Lian Sonora saying that an anIumest
Iumest h Won held ud that th1do th1dorificatInit
rificatInit nutO cornplottt Ti sknfl htU htUbeen
been fractured and the clothing rifled
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HASTY ACTION OF OFUNITED OF1JNITED
UNITED STATES STATESTook
Took Japans Word and Cut Off Rela Relations Belations ¬
tions With Korea KoreaTRUTH KoreaTRUTh
TRUTH CONCERNING CONCERNlNGEVENTS EVENTS AT ATSEOUL
SEOUL SEOULWASHINGTON SEOULtA
tA I ASIINGTON Doe 12 1tIorner Homer B BHulbert BV
WASHINGTON V V Hulbert the special messenger messengerfrom messengertiom
from the emperor of Kqren is isIn ISIn
In receipt of a cablegram from rout Korea Koreain
in Which the emperordeclares emperoz declares that the theagreement theagreement
agreement between Korea and Japan Japanis
is null and void old because it was wa obtained obtainedby
by force He nlso declares that he will willnever willnever
never sign this agreement in Its pros present prosant ¬
ant form and that the disturbances disturbanceswhich disturbanceswhich
which attended the outrage of Nov
17 are likely to occur again againTruth againTruth
Truth at Last LastCornes Comes Out OutConcerning OutConcerning
Concerning the cablegram from the theemperor theemperor
emperor of Korea Mr Hurlbert said saidThis saidThis
This is the first genuine word won that thathas thathag
has been received from Korea giving givingthe givingthe
the real attitude of that government governmenttowaid governmenttoward
toward the treacherous act of thfe Jap Japanese Japanese ¬
anese For several weeks the emperor emperorwas oiiiper oiiiperwas
was practically In confinement con nement and andJapan andJapan
Japan gave out the false statement statementthat stajementthat
that an amicable agreement had been beenmade beenmade
made this Is now proven to be un untrue Untrue ¬
true The agreement was made under underduress underduress
duress and at the pplnt of the sword swordbut 8wordbut
but the emperor has at laat aijticfoded aijticfodedIn
In piercing the cordon of Japan and andgetting andgetting
getting information into the tl outer outerworld outerworld
world
Hurlberts Mission MissionAs
As my mission to America Amerie Is no lon longer Ionger ¬
ger a secret I ma add that tli the em emperor onneror ¬
peror anticipating spine such act of ofnnd ofihtd
nnd faith on the part of Japan tried triedthrough tiledthrough
through me to forestall it by b lodging lodgingan
an appeal with President Roosevelt RooseveltTbe RooseveltThe
The object of my coming was surmised surmisedand ermisedapd
and the coup in Seoul was hastened so sothat sothat
that it occurred on tn Ifie very day of my myarrival myarrival
arrival In Wa Wahlngton hfngton The emperor emperorfelt emperorfelt
felt certain that it President Roosevelt Rooseveltcould Rooseveltcould
could be made aware of his sentiments sentimentsthe
the t Americangovernment American government would hesi hesitate hesltate ¬
tate and ask a few questions before beforeaccepting beforeaccepting
accepting Japan statements alone aloneRoosevelts aloneS
S Roosevelts Hasty Action ActionThe ActionT1ie
The mithoritios ptliortIos In Washington were
almost linjijwjiatelv notified n tltleti that tins tinse thislietltlqn
lietltlqn W4 ro e but no arrangements arrangementsJapans arrangementswere
were inadeflr Its re epton until after afterJap
Jap Japans s statement was accented and andacted andactediron
acted actediron if on The object of o thin cable cablegram cablegram ¬
gram Is to disavow aaiy acquiescence acquiescencein
in the soeided o ealed agreement and inci incidentally mcdentally ¬
dentally to call attention to that clause clauseof clauseof
of the treaty between Korea and Amer America Amerlea ¬
lea in wliicl the UP ijpt Stat States e ddflnlte ddflnltely
ly promised to use its good oftlces in inease inelse
ease Korea is oppressed or wronged wrongedThe wrongedTue
The United States wan in fulj treaty treatyrelations treatyrelations
relations with Korea up to the time timewhen timewhen
when upon the representations of Ja Japan Japan ¬
pan alone and nut apparently without con consulting consuiting ¬
suiting Korea this government took tookthe tookthe
the lead ieatin in catf off direct diplomatic diplomaticrelations diplomaticrelatIons
relations with Ktffea KtffeaLIL KdfhS KdfhLIL
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LIL PRESENTS HER BILL BILLWashIngton
4 + WashIngton Dec 12 12A A petition petitionfrom petitionfrom +
+ from axQueen LIHuokalaoi asking f ffor
4 for the payment of 10000000 to her +
4 was today pras presanteti nted to the senate >
4 4 by b Vice President Fairbanks The Thepetition + f fpetition
+ + petition was accompanied bj an an 4 4tograph
> tograph letter requesting early and 9 9favorable f
4 + favorable consideration f 9INCREASED fMrHH44M44Mf
MrHH44M44Mf H f f fINCREASED + +
INCREASED WAGES WAGESNew WAGESNew
New York Dec 12 1fAn An Increase of U Upej Jopet >
pet cent In the wages of op operaes vaUv em employed employcti ¬
ployed by th the Amerjcun Aer4 tn Woolen company companyw
wa w 4 voted at a meeting of the ttfeuts eUts or orUSat orthat
that company companyIDAHO S
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IDAHO POSTMASTER POSTMASTERWashington S SSpelal
Spelal to ZhoHJa1dJ ZhoHJa1dJWashington
Washington Dee uejv 12ostmastor 12ostmastorappointed iZi iostmastor iostmastorappointed
appointed lUahi Iueliot1I TTlJfyssap ue Lomb Lombcounty i icounty
county William w if Koast vice R L LEdwards LS
S Edwards resigned S
SENATOR SUTHERLAND IS UNCERTAIN UNCERTAINDoes
Does Not Know Whether He HeCanBostThomas Can Boost Thomas Out Outofthe of the Salt SaltLake SatS SatLake
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Lake Postoffice Everr in Case He HeDesires Desires to toTake toI
I Take TakeSuchAbtion Such Action S
SpuioLi to The IeraIdA1AtrNCTGN
S Spoolal i Herald v vjomSefnIhg
A1AtrNCTGN e 1iSersj4 1iSersj4Loda
Loda LodaS
S < jomSefnIhg Iffs probiirtil i aotlm aotlm1n aotitiIn
1n reference to yie tie pQ pqstmttsterstip > tmaat rship at atSalt atSalt
Salt Lake City said there was very verylittle verylittle
little to be said on the subject Here Heretofore Heretotore ¬
tofore senators of the same political politicalfaith oitcaIfaith
faith as administration have beenper beenpermittod bet per perinittod
mittod to name without question or orhindrance orhindrance
hindrance postmasters for their home homecity homecIty
city or town But under the latost ruE ruling ruEbig ¬
big of President Roosevelt itnd nd Post Postmaster Postmaster ¬
master General Cortelyou this IB all allchanged allchanged
changed and civil service practices are areto areto
to prevail to the extent that the ipare iparewish iperevIlt
wish of q senator will no be pull sufficient pullcient ¬
cient to remove an efficient otticlnl no nomutter nomatter
mutter what his length of service may mayhave tonyhave
have been Mr Sutherland therefore thereforedoes thereforedoes
does not know whether his recommen recommendation reoinmeiidatlon ¬
dation for the appointment of a new newpostmaster newpostmaster
postmaster would prevail revall should he de decide decd ¬
cide cd to make such recommendation He Hesaid Hesaid
said of the matter matterI
I have not reached a decision decisionwhether
1 whether I will ask for the retention
I DRAINS Or 0 Dec 12 liBecause Because the themaster theL
L L master plumbers declared for an anopen anopen
open shop here three buildings buildingswere buldlngswere
were wreckedat wrecked at midnight last night nightand nightanti
and a carpenter who indorsed the ac action ccS ¬
S tion of the plumbers was nfurderously nfurderouslyassaulted uuttiruyassaulted
assaulted assaultedThe S S SThe
The journeymen plumbers made Ue UemumLs d dmantis
mantis which the employers insisted insistedthey Insistedthey
they could not meet and they retail retaliated retailated ¬
ated by declaring for an open shop shopThe shopThe
The action was followed by the ritz razing ritzing ¬
ing of the Stove Majesse block which whichwas whichwas
was nearly completed The building is isthree isthree
three stories high and the braces on
w
I W Poslmastor Thqrijas 9IIQIIISS pr refaimmend refaimmendat
I at his 9ueasor pue esoi sqm9on of f thg ihi sev sevhavenot
eS5dIIICZP7 JLt i iIrItth
IrItth is slrJ Li 5Ldge r rIiivenot
havenot discussed the matter with the thepresident thejireshlent
president or postmaster XJitiIUt5tdZ gener general lfc and audprobably andprobably
probably will tt 1II not do so until tutu I decide decidejust dcidejust
just what I would like to have done doneI
I do not know to what extent the new newrule newrule
rule of the department regarding ap appointments apjmintnieiits
pointments will be applied in n this case caseand caseand
and It may be possible thSjt my wishes wishesshould wishesshould
should I desire a change to be made madeor ma4Ieor
or should Iwish i wish the poatmastcrshJp poatmastcrshJpto
to remain unchanged may be disre disregarded dlsregardeti ¬
garded
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UTAH POSTMASTER POSTMASTERi POSTMASTERSpecialto
i Special Specialto to The Herald HeraldWashington HeraldWashington
Washington Dec 12 12Pos Postmaster Postmasterappointed tmaster tmasterappointed
appointed Utah rtahKingtton Kingston Pluto Plutccounty Plutocounty
county Wllfoid O Syrett vice Henry HenriSudweekg HenrySudweeks
Sudweekg resigned resignedPatents resignedPatents
Patents issued to residents jaf of Utah UtahAlfred UtahAlfred
Alfred M Nolan Salt Lake City mag magazine magazine ¬
azine firearms Joseph A Ross Elgin Elgincombined ElgincombIned
combined door holder and buffer
DASTARDLY DASTARDLY WORK AT LORAINE OHIO OHIOThree OHIOThree
Three Big Blocks Wrecked Because Master Plumbers Declared Declaredfor
for Open Shop ShopNonUnion NonUnion Carpenters Beaten and andThrown
5
Thrown ThrownonEIectrc on Electric Railway RaliwayTrack Track S
MILONIUS GRIEVES GRIEVESWHICH WHICH IS NOT STRANGE STRANGEAS
I AS PAUL KOULUS GRABBED OFF THE CHANGE
It was positively discourteous of Mr MrKouluB tlrKoulus
KouluB explained Mr Miloniua to toslstant As Assistant ¬
sistant County Attorney Willard Hanson Hansonyesterday Hansonyesterday
yesterday Mr Mijoniua jippearert to totake
take the matter to beset and Officer Ol Olsen 01pen
pen took Mr Koulus ito Jail JailAccording jailAccording
According to the story tol toI4 < by b Mr Mi Milotiius MIlonlus
lotiius he drew his time from the Oregon OregonShortr
Shortr Line yest yesterdey rd The miulvalont ot otthe o
the time was a brilliant 2 is goldrepresenting gold plao plaoraproscnting
representing labor performed by air Ali Alilonlus t1I
lonlus on the extra gang at tub shops In InNorth litNorth
North Salt Lake LakeMrMllonlu3 S S
MrMllonlu3 Mr Milonius asked seven of his Grecian Grecianfriends GPedKSfriends
friends if they would have a 4tte jJtt drink drinkwith drinkwith
with him Would they Would they the not notHurrah notIitirrah
Hurrah for Christus renifti1ed the theseven riteseven
seven sevenEftaoons S SEftsoons
Eftaoons eight Greeltfc including includingMessrs tacludingMessrS
Messrs Koulus and Mllonius were Itnea Itneaup tiieOup
up in front of a bar They drank sol solemnly so soemnly ¬
emnly to the increase of the tribe of ofMiloaiUH ofMiloulus
MiloaiUH MiloaiUHThe MiloulusThe
The gentlemanly barkeep laid nineteen nleeteendollnrH nineteendollars
dollars OB the bar the nineteen being beingMr beingAir
Mr Milonlus change changeHere S Shere
Here Christus sold Mr Kuius KuiusKHtherlng 3euIusgathering
gathering the nineteen I shall taKe taKethese takethese
these for ft time Ill return In a few fewrnomwits fewmoments
moments rnomwitsHth S SIitli
Hth the remark Mr Koulus withdrew wlthdrowfrom withdrewfroiri
from the scene Six others followed him himleavinp himleaving
leaving Mr Mllonlus IIon1ue waIting 2 lr Mt Mtloniiis Milouiiis
loniiis waited iinc oii htuir two liounl li url tlirehours three threehours
hours No Ni Mr Koulup KoulupAt KoitlusAt
At length Mr Miionius viih vague mis misvl
givings vl KS started u search for his > griming griminglaud uiisIpgfriend
friend friendHave laud
1 Have you seen my good friend Paul PaulSome PeulKoulus2
Koulus2 be osittid Ills u quutntimes quutntimesSome
Some of them liaa others had notvlFnt notPzepsully r rently
sully Mr MIIonluB entwuntarfea Mr r KwV KwVlUs len lenlus
lUs Miv Kffulus fairly SolntlJlatcq nUulntc4 In n new newdiirosr newsjreniIor
sjreniIor IIc wQrA a now nalr t cor corduiioy
diirosr tTQaatrs a now haL new snoesnewiihIrC snoes a anew
newiihIrC new uhIrf ItnU na wa wan smoking a good 51eI 51eIcunt 10 10cant
cant clear clgttr10w f fffow
ffow ttowi nOW frioiid Paul loquipjdJUc i
all three floors were loosened1 loomiiedaropa loomiiedaropawas a rope ropewas
was attached to the building and it itwas Itwas
was jralled down downIn downIn
In the John Rosenfeld block the theplumbing theplunibing
plumbing was pulled out or destroyed destroyedas
as was the case also of the Dobos Dobosi Dobeeblock
i block blockI S SJ
I J AY Seisar a nonunion carpenter carpenterwas
was assaulted and beaten into insensi insensibility huuensibllity ¬
bility and ud thrown on an electric rail railway railway ¬
way where ho was found before the thepassage thepassage
passage of a car carI carUnionnien
I Union Unionnien men declare ther members had hadno hadno
no hand in the outrage The police policeso
so far have failed to apprehend a the themiscrean
I miscreants te
S
Mllonius Quo vadis Wheres me nine nineteen nineteen ¬
teen teenJTush
teenrrush JTush rrush lush Chrtetus returned Mr MrKoulus MrKoulus
Koulus Your nineteen have bev evaporated evaporatedas oworstodas
as the jxiet saith See Se tht theap fli fine e gar garments gartncnt ¬
ments Your nineteen I I have them thamwot themnot
not wotMr Mr AHlonius started a hue and cry im immediately hitinedlately
mediately He hasteixHlto hs9tened to Officer Olsen OlsenPaul OlsenPaul
Paul be liePau1 Paul you savvy plensoMietar please pleaseMietr
Mietar all my mon no nothau let leSSPaul
Paul please MUtar lie Koulue wou woutoPOHlos W011topotilos
toPOHlos xenoplopojl cried Mr Milenius Mileniusosinr illlonlus illlonlushInhIs
osinr hInhIs his beet HhigHah HhigHahXatyou 1ugllalLS 1ugllalLsntr
S Xatyou vant liuiulred Mr Fi Olsen OJsongentlr Olsengeetir
gentlr gentlrPlease geetirPlease
Please Mfctar Paul Koulus her he
S Ay y bent spilt das lankwiuge lankwi4e You You9ome YouCOiliC
9ome Wit me to de des station haysair hays iiatssAlr
air Mllonius at KnttUx kut not notout pa Mtory Mtoryoutend
out outend and Mr Koulus was lockj 1o1 liszt
MrMXlonlus Mr dIijonIiis the t1i offifer ad adwltnaaeus a rho or
Wltpi wltnaaeus e visited Mr Hanson Hansonson huh
son 011 WOH not A Delta Ganunq Ganunqslty it tJ
alien Pal In the dear oh tipiver tipiversity
slty for nothing II lli soon liad 1uit1fr 1 Mi MiloniiiB Mtloins
loniiiB story and nd the complaintaworn complaintawornto
to by A Alexander was Issued IssuedJudg issuedJtidg
Judg Dlehl will have charge ot n th tue fu future future ¬
ture developments In the affair affairELECTION
ELECTION OFFICERS OFFICERSGET OFFICERSS
S GET THEIR THEIRJUST JUST DUES DUESPhiladelphia DUESPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Dec 12 lrhoflt58 Thomas H Hart Hartnwn Hartmaui
maui Jr William Regan and Charles CharlesJudgo CharlesJudge
Judge election officers in the TwalCtn TwalCtnuday
pcJnct of the FoUrteCoth ward were
today fined SHiO 500 and sentenced to two
Jdtra Imprisonment They were convicted con copv1cted ¬
victed of padding1itheassessors padding tlie assemors lists and andeonsplracyto andeonsplracyto
eonsplracyto makerfrauclulent returns ot otthe ottiut
the election held last February FebruaryiBflnjMnln lqlrunryIInJarnin
iBflnjMnln WilllaraB illiaras another officer of ofJMVatlma
JMVatlma nimo precInct was flnaO 2 i and andlantencsd antionte
lantencsd onte cizd to one y year r in prJappi
OFFENDERS CAN CANAttorney CANS
S BE IMPRISONED IMPRISONEDAtt9rney
Attorney General Moody Sends Or Order 0iS
S der derto to District Attorneys AttorneysP AttorneysLAW AttorneysLW
P
LAW MUST BE ENFORCED ENFORCEDFINE
FINE WILL NOT CURE THE RE REBATE RES REATEHABIT
S
BATE ATEHABIT ATEHABITS HABIT HABITI
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5 5I
I Al I ASHINGTON Dec 12 12Attorney 12AttorneyVv Attorney
Vv f General Gdnerai Moody today sent a cir cir9ular airular
9ular ular letter to all the United UnitedStates UnitedStates
States district attorneys att riioys eightyfive In Innumber innumber
number directing them vigilantly to toenforce toenforeq
enforce the orovisjon of the Elkins act actagainst actagainst
against rebates r batee and discriminations of ofall ofall
all kii0s by carriers The method of ofj ofprpeeeding
j proceeding suggested is by way of in inafctman indip
dip afctman uri It is the expectation that thatthis thatthis
this letter will result in the prompt in invostlgation invstget1on
vostlgation of air all complaints made of ofdiscriminations ofUlritiIxtjons
discriminations by parrlors followed by byindictments byIndIctments
indictments where the evidence war warrants warrants ¬
rants The department itself it is said saidhad saidhad
had investigated thorough all cases casesof easesof
of discriminations brought to its at attention attenton ¬
tention but U has ha no facilities for a aprompt aprompt
prompt investigation of discriminatory discriminatorypractices dIscrimInatoryPtcticee
practices all over the country and It Ithag Ith3s
hag been felt that these cases were of ofa ofa
a nature that could not be safely en entrused entruped
trused to the discretion of the district districtattorneys districtattorneys
attorneys attorneysS
S S Moodys Letter LetterFollowing LetterFollowing
Following is a copy of the letter sent senttoday senttOday
today to the district attorneys attorneysAn
An act entitled To further regulate regulatecommerce regulatecommerce
commerce among rfpre fpregn gn nations and andamong andamong
among the states approved Feb 10 10isoa
1908 83 Stat 847 S4 commonly known knownas
as the Blkins act is directed against againstrebates agaInstrebates
rebates and other discriminatory prac practices practlces ¬
tices by common carriers It makes makessuch makessuch
such practices misdemeanors and pro provides pro1dos ¬
vides for or their punishment by fines It Itfurther Itfurther
further provides for their prohibition prohibitionby
by the Injunctive process of the courts courtsThere courtsThere
There is no provision that criminal criminalpromotion criminalproaitIon
promotion shall be by special dime direction dimeLion ¬
Lion of the attorney general enernI but in insection insection
section 8 it is provided that proceedings proceedingsfor
for injunction shall be begun whenever wheneverthe
the attorney general shall direct directTou directTou
Tou are directed diligently to hives investigate hivestigate ¬
tigate all complaints which may come cometo cometo
to you from from any source of violations of ofthis ofthtis
this law and upon your own initiative initiativeto
to make Investigations If there appears appearsto
to you to be any reasonable ground for forsuspecting forsuspecting
suspecting violations of this law In Inevery Jnevery
every case n which you can secure securesufficient securesugflc4ent
sufficient evidence you will submit that thatevidence thatevidence
evidence to the grand Jury with a view viewto viewto
to securing an indictment Whenever WheneverJt
Jt te practicable it is desirable that thatindictments thatindhernents
indictments should be returned both bothagainst bothagainst
against the shaper and the carrier In Insome Illsome
some cases however It may be im impossible hitposslbid ¬
possible to obtain sufficient evidence evidencewithout evldCecewItIiout
without aid of the testimony of one of ofthe ofthe
the guilty parties to the transaction transactionI transactionIistzth
I lsuch fteee a csse it would bo wise to t use usesuch usesuch
such testimony of course affording to tothe tothe
the witness or witnesses immunity immunityfrom 1nmiunItyfrom
from prosecution prosecutionConspiracy S SS
S Conspiracy onsIracyIndhctments onsIracyIndhctmentsindtth Indictments Indictmentsaly
indtth indtthely
ely for its lt i violation is a fina I sug suggest suggegt
gest to you in all cases aSC where the evl evldem cvi1titlC
dem 9 would warrant it that an indict indictment Indictmeat ¬
meat for conspiracy to commit an of offense oftense ¬
tense against the United States bused busedon basednnseetion
on nnseetion section MO of the revised statutes statutesbe
be obtaned The supreme court has hasheld hasheld
held in Clune vs United States ISO t tS U US
S 590 595 thit a cunatpiravy to coijmiit coijmiita coithiit coithiita
a cilme itself punishable bnly by byline bylinemay fine finemay
may be punished by imprisonment In Inthe intim
the eVeut of obtaining a conviction convictionuoon convictionupon
upon a charge of conspiracy of this thiskind thiskind
kind you are directed to present to tothe tothe
the court the desirabllty oC inflicting inflictingthe
the penalty of Imprisonment to tothe the end endthat endthat
that these unlawful practices which whichhave whichhlwve
have received almost universal con conI condemnation
I demnation may bo discouraged and andi andprevented
i prevented as far as existing laws will willaccomplish willa
accomplish a cnm4Inh that result resultYour resultS
S Your attention is especially directed directedto
to tb thet t iwirt of the act which renders rendersunlawful rendersunlawful
unlawful any rebate concession or ds dserlminallon
1 erlminallon in respect of the transpor transportation transportfltioti ¬
tation of any property in interstate or orforeign OLforeign
foreign commerce whereby any such suchproperty suchproperty
property shall be by any device what whatever whatever ¬
ever transported at a less rate than thanthf titanthf
thf tia named Med In a tariff tariffI
I desire to imoress upon you the im importance iraportanre ¬
portance of exercising every effort to toi toexecute
i execute these directions You will re report report ¬
port to o the department from time to toUnje totheazty
Unje theazty any actipn whih jou ou mny take takeupon takeupon
upon this subject Very re riepeetuIiy riepeetuIiyS pectully pectullyWILLIAM
S WILLIAM H MOODY MOODVAttorne MOODYAttorner
Attorne General GeneralSUBPOENAS GenornlS
S SUBPOENAS ISSUED ISSUEDChicago ISSUEDCPlgp
Chicago Delinquents Summoned to toAppear toAppear
Appear Before Grand Jury JuryChicago JuryChicago
Chicago Dee 12 12EXIuj ExUuustlve ustive inves investigation investigatlon ¬
tigation of some of th ailroal com companies cornpnIse ¬
panies centering in Chicago ha hlaii l beeui beeuidcideI een eendecided
decided MPPO by the local federal Jiffi Jifficlalg afficiRl
ciRl clalg Subpoenas have been 5ssuea for fora
1 a large number of railroad men and andl
I l Iesds aads of large industrial concerns concernswhich ciieernswhIch
which have heavy yearlv shipments shipmentsto
to appear before the federal jury which whichhas whiohilies
has been smnmoned to Dec 17 District DistrictAttorney DistrIctAttorney
Attorney Morrison is said to o have ro rooele reeette4
oele < his instructions from Attorney AttorneyGeneral AttorneyGeneral
General Moody Evidence secured secure at atvarfous atvarious
various sessions of the Inrewtaie com commerce coalIflIWCC ¬
merce commission has ghen ri rIs s to the theinvestigation theInvestIgatIon
investigation The ratfer earns to a aclimax aclimax
climax todav whtn Special Attorney J JT JT
T Marchand for the interstutu com commfirco coinmetre
mfirco committee called at tt the otTUfc of ofDistrict ofDIstrict
District Attorney Morrlsw an ani I it is isdeclared isI
I declared do lared delivered evidence Into his hisposeteslon hisp
p poseteslon which resulted in the issu issuance resilI ¬
I ance of the subpoenas subpoenasThe aubpoopasThe
The present investigationit itis is said saidwill saidwill
will be limited totho to thc ron roads < againt againtwhom aganstWhom
whom specific charges of rebate to tolaig o olarge
large ahjppers ahjppers have been m inpiitt idt loav loavIng lea leah
Ing Jhjt h pther yoadfor uther ti thor Invest Investgatlon iitvestgetion
gatlon should the oc OCplLfli lJti arisA arisADEPUTY arlsoDEPUTY
DEPUTY MARSHALS BUSY BUSYSeveral BUSYSeveral
Several CompaniesWill Be Prosecut Prosecuted
ed in Philadelphia PhiladelphiaPhllgdelphia PhiladelphiaPhlGdelpha
Phllgdelphia Due 12 i2Subpoenan i2Subpoenansvore Subpoenas Subpoenaswere
were served todway by United States Statesdeputy Statesdeputy
deputy jjiarslinls on a dozen persons personswho personswho
who have be ben n summoned by United UnitedStates UntOUStates
States Dtetrict Attorney J Whitaker WhitakerThompson WhitakerThiompson
Thompson to appear appeni before the federal federalgrand federalgrand
grand Jury toniorrpw and give test testimony testmany ¬
many lathe n tlie prosecutions to be brought broughtagainst brotihit brotihitanjnst
against anjnst certain railways and shippers shippersfqr shippers shippersfqr
fqr rebating Ton witnesses were sum summoned sumatoned ¬
atoned in this city one in New IWk IWkand Yozkand
and one In Washington The district districtattorney dIstrictattorney
attorney still refuses to make public publicthe publicthe
the name of ofwItn1h3tt wltnaiw s or defendants defendantsIt
It te said the contemplated prosecu prosecutions Prosecutions ¬
tions have to do with at least three threetrtjsfiprtation threetril8rtfltiOfl
tril8rtfltiOfl trtjsfiprtation companies the head headquarters headqparters ¬
quarters of one of O which is in the thewast thewet
wet District Attorney ttoraey Thompson said saidtoday saidtoday
today that inv lnvdnigntten 3Ugati n of rebates and andother andother
other forms of Discrimination has been beenthorough beenthorouh
thorough and thatm is probnsbIeacIon probnsbIeacIonwill probable action actionwill
will be taken fnf8vdral In stt oral othar Idrse IdrsertifWotap hztreoiU
rtifWotap oiU t thfiWXertdM carriers aa a re
YOUTH STRUCKDOWN STRUCK STRUCKDOWN
DOWN BY THUG THUGArthur
Arthur Broderson Meets the Elusive ElusiveSandbag ElusiveS ElusiveSandbag
Sandbag Robber RobberFRANK BobberFRANK
S
FRANK GEIST ALSO VICTIM VICTIMHIS
HIS MONEY AND WATCH TAKEN TAKENBY TAKENBY
BY HIGHWAYMAN HIGHWAYMANi
A i SANDBAG unskilfully used or a arock aI
I rock wrapped in a handkerchief handkerchiefwas
was the weapon used by a thug thuglast thuglast
last night to overcome and mb 18 18yaarold 18yenrohd
yaarold Arthur Brdfleraon Br derson second secondbuker secondhither
hither for the Portland bakery The Therubbery Therobbery
rubbery which occurred at t Second SecondSouth SecondSouth
South and Sixth West WestreetsWas streets was pro productive rO rOduetive ¬
ductive of nothing mow than a Key Keyring keYring
ring and a bunch of keys although the thefellow thefellow
fellow attempted to complete his tusk tuskor taskor
or rifling the dazed youths pockets pocketsand pocketSand
and was prevented only by the ap approach zipproach ¬
proach of pedestrians pedestriansYoung pedestriansYoung
Young Broderson was on his way wayhome wayhome
home 262 South Seventh Wet street streetwhere streetwhere
where he resides witji wili his father S SBroderson IiBroderson
Broderson He was plainly dressed dressedwearing dressedwearlng
wearing a sweater and giving no out outward outvard ¬
ward indication of wealth which might mighttempt mighttempt
tempt a robber His assailant had hadbeen hadbeen
been walking behind him for about one oneblock aiteblock
block whistling unconcernedly and andcausing apclcausing
causing the lad no susupUfon Just Justas Justas
as the boy passed the D R It G flag flaghouse haghouse
house at Sixth West street the fellow fellowcaught fellowcaught
caught up with him and struck him himfrom himfrom
from behind The soft lat worn by byBroderson byItroderson
Broderson undoubtedly lessened the theforce theforce
force of the blow although as s it was washe washe
he fell to the ground stunned He re remembers remembers ¬
members his assailant going through throughhis
his overcoat pockets cud nd getting the thekeys thekeys
keys
Frightened Off by Woman WomanA
A woman came Into view on Second SecondSouth SecondSouth
South street and the fellow left the theboy theboy
boy and walked away then stopped stoppedand stoppedand
and as though determined to complete completehis
his work again approached Broderson Brodersonand Brodersonand
and the latter believes would have haveagain haveagaIn
again struck him had not several per persons perSons ¬
sons approached At this the thug thugwalked tituswalked
walked rapidly away from the street streetcorner streetcorner
corner which is poorly lighted lightedThe lightedThe
The boy was found aid assisted to tostreet tostreet
street car No 70 which was at the thedepot thedepot
depot Srom there he was taken by byone 1wone
one of the car crew to the White Cross Croessanitarium Crosssanitarium
sanitarium on West Temple street streetBroderson streetBroderson
Broderson recovered consciousness consciousnessfully eonsciOtisneasfully
fully within half an anJiour hour The blow blowhad blowhad
had caused no freture or concussion concussiona
a large and small scalp wound on the thetop thetop
top of the head showing where the in instrument iistrurnent ¬
strument had landed landedBroderson landedBroderson
Broderson said his assailant was tall talland talland
and appeared to be well dressed He Hewas Hewas
was still too dazed from the blow at
10 oclock last night to give any more morecomplete morecomplete
complete description descriptionFrank descriptionFrank
Frank Geist Sandbagged SandbaggedFrank SandbagjedFrank
Frank Geist 5 Ontario court say tie tiewas hewail
was sandbagged about 11 1120 oclock oclockMonday oeIockaiday
Monday aiday night nlghtand and robbed tit 5 in cask cuHUn caskni
Un ni gold watch and chain The thug thugstepped thugStOPDt1
stepped out from behind atree tree o rst rstVffkt rtt
Vffkt t stt t SBv JIHM > south of c Second SecondSftiMfeSCvaat SeeodSetitstraat4
SftiMfeSCvaat aimdknoehod idknock l him dpvvn dpvvnMYW 4ptvnf
MYW f tt Hurst Whrt flveB Pies4t t the AT ATmond Abround
round tiouse hous 230 West Second South SouthStreet Southptieptsitw
Street ptieptsitw suw the Hffah Hecame He eam to the thestation thetatiou
station yesterday aftem afternoon on and gave gavethe gavethe
the police a description of the man manwhom manwhom
whom he saw 5fl knock Geist down downHurst downHurst
Hurst said lie ran to Geists assist assistance assistance ¬
ance but that deist thought he wa waone w5 w5one
one of the holdups and yelled for help helpGeist helpGeist
Geist he said staggered to his feet feetwhen feetwhen
when he saw him approach and tried t trun to tolun
run He fell again in the street and andcommenced andconantenced
commenced calling for help When WhenHurst WhieHurst
toward him again be becrawled hecrawl
Hurst Hurst came up
crawled crawl d onto the sidewalk and tried triedto triedto
to get qver the fence Hurst said he hefeared hefeared
feared that the mans shouts would be beheard beheard
heard and that he himself would be bearrested bearrested
arrested so he went tp his room and andfrom itndS
from from there telephoned the police He Hegave Hegave
S gave a fairly good description of the theman thetitan
man and the police are making every everyeffort everyeffort
effort to apprehend him himCrawls hIm hImCrawls
Crawls to His Home HomeGeist HomeGest
Geist said he believed that Hurst was wasthe wasthe
the companion of the th fellow who struck struckhim struckItihu
him over the head He said he was in ina init
a dazed condition when he crawled on onhis onliii
his hands and knees up to his house in inOntario inOntario
Ontario court Geist went tobednot tobednotfully to bed not notfully
fully realizing what had happened to tohim tohIm
him and he never thought of reporting reportingtho
the affair to the police policeAs policeAs
As soon as he saw by the papers yes yesterday yesterday ¬
terday morning that the officers were werehunting werChunting
hunting for the man who was knocked knockeddown knockeddown
down on Second South and First West Weststreets Weststreets
streets he came to the station Geist Geistreceived Gelstreceived
received a bruise above the eye which wWchhe whichlie
he believes was inflicted with a gun gunIn gpnIn
In one place the skin was broken but butthe buttlte
the injury is not considered serious seriousGeist seriousheist
heist was unable to give any descrip description deseripthin ¬
thin of the man who assaulted him himDIDNT bunS
S DIDNT KEEP BOOKS BOOKSShortage BOOKSShortage
Shortage of the Officials of Lincoln LincolnCounty LincolnCounty
County Nev NevSpecial NevSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldCalient HeraldCaiionte
Calient Nov Dec 12 12W W Hem HemMoore IIenrVMoore
Moore who has been exporting the theLincoln theLincoln
Lincoln county books submitted hh re report report ¬
port to the county commtestow r at u uspecial aspecIal
special meeting of that body Monday MondayIt
It was shown that Joints A A Ne Neablit Neablitsvas bitt bittwas
was short in his accounts as county countyclerk countclerk
clerk S22 and as count v trwasnrer fl I
76404 H J Goo Goodrich lrich as county clerK clerKwas clekwas
was short 20015 and fs county OUUIV Irene treasurer Ireneurer ¬
urer he was short 124302 James A AXesbitt ANesbitt
Xesbitt wHo is one of th the eomrnH5s commtiion commtiionore on onere
ere as Soon as the report was reaJ reaJdumped reoidumped
dumped outa pack containing ifoK ifoKsilver gdsilver
silver and grestnbauks iecnbaeks to the total totalamount totalamount
amount of 178205 suyins Gentle Gentlemen cIentLmen ¬ S
men hero haroyou you are I would have paw pawthis paSithIs
this money long ago hart I IJitve Jiave known knownthe knownthe
the amount No books had beta kept keptat keptat
at all In the treasurer office for a awhole t twhole S
whole year It Is believed thst the sure sureties sureties ¬
ties on Goodrichs bOnd will make good goodhis goodhis
his deficit deficitIDAHO S SIDAHO
IDAHO SHEEPMEN DEFY DEFYSTATE DEFYSTATESANITARY
STATE STATESANITARY SANITARY BOARD BOARDSpecial BOARDSpeci
Special Speci toThe o The Herald HeraldBoise HeraldBoise
Boise Ida Dec 12 12There There wa was a asensation asensatIon
sensation in the Wool Growers con convention convention ¬
vention today at tVeiser when a paper paperwas paperwas
was read by A G Butterfleld attacking attackingthe
the order of the state sanitary board boardrequiring hoardtrequiring
requiring thatull sheep be dlppqd yiis yiisfall Iitis IitisfalL
fall His criticism was wis caustic iu the theextreme theextreme
extreme extreme Mr ButterficW is hint at the head headof headof
of the Butterfield Livestock company companyone companyone
one of ofr the largest c cenwrW > noernP In tile tilestate be bestate
state That company and others own owners otvml otvmlera ¬
ers In all of165000 of 165000 sheep have refused refusedto
to dip The state sanitary board re remained reroamed ¬
roamed at Weiser and it Js reported it itmay Itmay
may proceed to do tt c dipping as pro nrovldedby provIdedyliA
vldedby vIdedyliA lafw The ownershave osvIezs have been beenadviseatAhattiiJlaSy beenadviUlttt
adviseatAhattiiJlaSy adviUlttt tIiplaw la an invalid valid nnd the theadvieeftirthsr theadvieeCirth
advieeftirthsr advieeCirth J Is to resist forcible dip dhpplIi < j jplngtby
plngtby plIi by force It its cluimed the lb shenp shenparofij simepatidbnd
arofij atidbnd qb hnd dipping would tnUU e tall talllea4J9
lea4J9
HEAD MOVE FOR
S 750000 HOME HOMECommercial I ICommcriai
Commercial Olnb Signs Petition Dig 1Trging Diging
ing Erection of Pine Building BuildingTEN Bnild1n I ITEN
TEN OR TWELVE STORIES STORIESNEW
NEW BOARD pp p GOVERNORS GOVERNORSWILL GOVERNORSWILL
WILL TAKE MATTER UP UPHOME UPU
U A HOME of Its own for U the e Com Commarof Cantmerdlsi
marof merdlsi i club has bteo b take takeas n nUs
Us the watchword of a number numberof
of xnembus m mb rs of that organization tu antby l lthey
they have drawn up a petition ask asknt asknttliatimmodetesteps > n nthatiremodtetesteps <
thatiremodtetesteps be taken toward towardtlie towardthe
the erection ere tl n of a splendid structure tr eture to tocost toeostnottlss
cost eostnottlss notxl iw than 750000iieztIon 750000 750000OJiie
OJiie petition oame Into lif lift j yesterday yesterdayand yesterdayanti
and before evening over fifty signa signatures signatures ¬
tures had be been n attached it j simply simplyembodies simplyembodies
embodies an Wea which hag long been beencherished beencherished
cherished by the pfflcera and member memberof mnMmnbersof
of the Commercial club that the or organisation organlantion ¬
ganisation had attained an important importantand
and strength whirh entitled it to toworthy a awortiiy
worthy dwelling place placeWhat placeWhat
What the petition sets forth is that thatthe thatthe
the Commercial club should have a apermanent apermsnont
permanent home of its own ownThe ownThe
The petition is now on file at th thCommercial the theCommercial
Commercial club and open to signa signatures sigumaterse ¬
terse It will WI be presented to the n ue uehostti v vboard
board of governors which < vill tak takoflice take takeofilce <
oflice during the coming month mnuathThe monthTheplan
Theplan The 1plan i is to secure a phc phcgrouua pleegrouu <
grouua in the center of the city citypossible i ipossible
possible near the n new w federal building buildingOn
On this it is proposed to er erect ct a mod modern modera ¬
era office building ten or twelve storie storiehigh strniesimigim
high The two stories nearest the sky skywould sk skwould
would be reserved for club uses ex exclusively c x xelusively ¬
elusively It is pointed out that then thenIs thereS
S Is a big demand for good office room roomthat roomthat
that every office building in the city js jspaying ispaying
paying handsome Interest on the in invested invested ¬
vested principal and that the Com Commercial Cornmercial ¬
mercial clubs prestige and standing standingwould standingwould
would speedily attract occupants of th thbeet thbest
beet class to its building buildingTwo buIldIngTwo
Two plans to raise the necessary necessarymoney necessarymoney
money outside of what would be sub subscribed subacribed ¬
scribed acribed by the club itself are consid considered coflldered ¬
ered favorably either to negotiate negotiateloan a aloan
loan in bulk or to sell bonds as th thlasons timMasons °
Masons of Salt Lake have done t terect terect
erect their new temple templeMembers templeMembers
Members of the club are sanguine sanguinesuccess sanguinesuccess
success to their efforts to gain a clii cliihome cit1home
home which would be second to noiii noiiiin itol itolIn
in the west and one of the toasts to b bgiven kmgiven
given at the annual club banquet banquettime i ithe
the close of the month will be Con Coniinecial Conmedal
medal Club In Its New Home HomeSENATE HomeS
S SENATE CONFIRMATIONS CONFIRMATIONSLong
Long List of the Faithful Who Are AraFixed AreI
I Fixed for a While WhileWashington WhileWashington
Washington Dec 12 12The The anhte in inexecutive Iiiexecutive
executive session today confirmed th thfollowing thm thmtollowIuig
following nominations nominationsJames nomlnttQnaJames
James C Kellogg LopMtana con coneat u uat
at Colon Panama Thomas B Van VanHot Vs VsBent
Hot Bent Ohio a cwsi4at1esaJlO M l < K aJ Argon ArgenGueJph Argon4ffie
4ffie Rppuhj ilA l4oweseobi l4oweseobiconsul
consul at Tllrk W3dUPxai W3dUPxaidcl
dcl tlnrtner Ohio ol4Jl a aGuelph
GueJph Opt OptAttorneys OitAitorneysJoeeph
Attorneys AitorneysJoeeph Joseph L B Alexander Alexanderterritory Alexanderterritory
territory of Arixona A George Avery Averyeastern Averyeastern
eastern district of Washington WashingtonElmer Washingtonimer
Elmer imer B Adtuns Missouri circuit circuitjudge cireutjudge
judge of the th Eighth Judicial dlstri dlstriJohn distrirJohn
John L Lott Ohio commissioner commissionerrevise i irevise > >
revise the laws of the United Staffs StaffsGustavus StateGuatavus
Gustavus A Flnklenberg Missouri di ditrict ditrict
trict judge for the western district distrIctMissouri o oMissouri
Missouri Frank C Churchill Nrv NrvHattipsh4re Ne NeBmre
Hattipsh4re an Indian inspector inspectorPostmasters InspectorPoatmasters
Postmasters Idaho TdehoGeorge George L Wall WallBlackfoot Wu I IBlackfoot
Blackfoot William W Stephens Rex Rexburg I1txburg
burg burgMontanarJaines burgMontanJamea
MontanarJaines MoTa MoTaggart part B Bgrade Bi Bigrade
grade Orson B Priekett BffllngOregon Bffllng RlfllagsI
I Oregon OregonLouis Leute J Simpson Xorh XorhBend Nnr it itI
I Bend Frank W Welcome Burns BurnsHarvey BurnsHarty
Harvey S Buck Sumpter SumpterUtah SumptUtahGeorge
Utah UtahGeorge George W V Bryan Mercur MercurWashington MercurWashingtonRobert
Washington WashingtonRobert Robert H Stapleton StapletonMonroe StapietorMonroe
Monroe Henry I L Votaw Tacoma Ja Jaicob Jacob
icob cob F Hill Davenport Frank L Tur Turner Turner ¬
ner South Bend BendWyoming BendWyomingIda
Wyoming WyomingIda Ida Fowkes Cumberland CumberlandFrank CumberiazzdFrank
Frank O Thompson Cody CodyAlso CodyAlso
Also a number of promotions in th thnavy the thenavy
navy and revenue cutter service and andmarine andmarine
marine hospital service serviceFIRST servicea serviceFiRST
a
FIRST PAST PASTTHE THE POST POSTCincinnati POSTCincinnati
Cincinnati Police Take Seven Men in inCustody inCustody
Custody for Defrauding Bettors Bettorson
on Horse Races RacesCincinnati RacesCincinnati
Cincinnati Dec 12 12The Tlie police today todayraided todayraided
raided a room in the Johnston buil build buildiitg i iin
in iitg at Fifth and Walnut streets all amiarrested allarrested
arrested seven men who they alle alleoperated alleoperated
operated a scheme to defraud bettors bettorsHI bettorut
ut HI horse races by what is known i ipest iTbsMg >
TbsMg circles as the fleet past ti tipcst
pest game The men arrested aii aiiCharles aroCharles
Charles Chappie Moran Frank Smin Sminand Smi Smiand
and Thomas Gleasoii of St Louis Wil William Willa ¬
liam la H aiunk of Seattle George i iStarbuck kStarbuck
Starbuck of Cincinnati George It ItDexter IiDexter
Dexter alias Dallas of BloomIngton BloomIngtonIii
Iii and Henry Hones of Indianapolis IndianapolisNo
No formal charge ha has been placed placedagainst placttagainst
against the men all being held on sus suspicion mispicton ¬
picion picionIt
It is believed they secured severt severtthousand CCVCttthousand
thousand dollars from bettors on th thrace tt ttraea
race in Cincinnati The scheme tim tiimen timtnen
men are accused of working is isknown v > u uknown
known to racing men According I Ithe tthe
the police they learned that Munk aim aimMoran
Moran were circulating among men in intimed
timed to beton bet on races and told tlus tlusbettors th thbettors
bettors of their first past the i ps > st stscheme
scheme A detective was sent to theh thehroom theiroom
room in the Johnston building with i istruetlons Astructiona
struetlons to do business with them thempossible them thempossible
possible After proper negotiatiui negotiatiuithis
this man was told te bet a siu snizit u uamount
amount amolimit on n a certain horse horseand ami won wonwhich 4 4whlcb
which wa promptly j pki > aJ i by nv nvschemers tt ttschemers
schemers Still actlhg under police in instruction I Istruction ¬
struction the supposed victim was washand < = i ihand
hand last Saturday eager to repeat repeathis repethum
his winning but on a larger scale scalewanted I Iwanted >
wanted to bet 1600 on a sure thing thingbut thingbut
but the menthlnkmg men thinking they had an ea eavictim eavictim >
victim told him to wait until nvx nvxweek itexweek
week when they would have a fix fl i irace Irace
race and advised him to bring bringwith s swith <
with him himAN S SAN
ST T
AN IOWA DECISION DECISIONMan
Man Must f Vote In the Precinct PrecinctWhere PrecinctWhere
Where He Sleeps SleepsDea SleepsDes
Des Moines la Dec 12 12The Th loiva loivapreme >
preme ccmrt decided today tocIa that s rt rtcannot i
cannot voie o4 wbere he eats hut nif nt 1 vote voteIn l lTb
In the precinvt where lie lieThe
Tb The ruling ws n made d < s In the ta taDf ease > < I IDr
Df L Savrc df O Osage ge who was nj itfl itflted
ted on a charge of illegal voting votingprecinct otingl ts tsureeloct
precinct where be took two meats raeaisday m mdam
day dam Th fl court reversed the acquit acquitam scatttmamtd
am amtd Saves must itaud trial fi f yie yieYoiing hj1eg hj1egvoting
voting The cotirt held that < i izan aaa c ea eaImum
Imum agy for himself wlmri ie i t ttti
tti must cosi ls t mli I Itttt
tttt where I 114 td
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