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Established June 6 187a i SALT LAKE CITY UTAHMONDAY UTkH 1ONDAY DECEMBER 25 2 1905 Price 1 Eive Cents in ore Sf New York S
GUESTS GOT OUT OUTIN OUTIN
IN NIGHT ROBES ROBESVan
Van Nuys Broadway Hotel fljuos fljuosAngeles t1os t1osAngeles
Angeles Burned < o the Ground GroundFIVE Gr uiid uiidFIVE
FIVE FIREMEN ARE iNJURED INJUREIHEAVY iNJUREDHEAVY
HEAVY FINANCIAL LOSS IS SUS SUSTAINED SUSTAINED
TAINED TAINEDi
i < JH ANGBLES caL Dee X 2tin tk tklargest
I largest tritit hotel t 4 I flix in Ii the history 0 0Ls of ofI
Ls I Angiff Air the th Van Nuy Nil Bread BreadT4i 11dc
T4i c htfi h ri oii > of f the firnt fIrsi1u l a hostel hostelf
< f r iltt Iiu fity t IfiAcated it t 4tt 41 t Bout Boutthe southiL
iL V II the tic neart fltZ a the theuoft bitidtiCli
i tri f was IM ihuoft uoft eomplcl CHP Jy OtHtroj OtHtroji dttroycd dttroycdf
f i I uiii I iit hundred and t IQn B gu gtuLfl sw m mwm moat moatffl
wm ffl weft ve atilt in bed at the thei we wehro
i r < v hro > rok < > out escaped In tlnlr soun sountin nt ntI
tin I to the utrtet Many aflY of Il thol tholit thorn thornri
it n tjitir night rejk and irac iraci
i all II mi HItrfd red the oaa eu of if their entire entireaEf entlrKg
Kg aEf and uorsonal effects Six ix fir fircr frre
cr re badlr btdl injured during the pro proSP prot
SP f the f1am s toy the th collapse of f the thej thtfor
j for wtoich prciplt tl 1 them Into intuis
is M m t It t Following is 1 list of tha thared th thL
red L firemea f1ren
Injured InjuredI
I LtvTiijon Jlitman tmu hoae company Mo MoM Noi
M i Stewart firtxnan eeMad
1 and cut cutj cuTiiiidx
j t tliida firtnii rIiiI lveriwl scalp ani anii an 1 1it
i d ai i1IHjUt > uut bouy bouyv
v > i Phiiippa P1Iii io ftveman bruised bruisedr
r 1 > and < ui uijnus it itt
jnus t LHJU Let fireman firemaniid shorkeU shorkeUuid
uid cut itili tiIt uacOBScious may mayiotti mayt
t IL iotti rL Hanify fiitnma bruiaed cut cutfuff cutitfrriii
fuff itfrriii ring fiom shock shocku ihoekhht
u chiei hht UIM was WU also severely 0L1t 0L1tbut ut
1 iruh u gitiHii but had his injuries injuriesr
r 0 i without leaving the seen ne of the theTha theTI
Tha TI total financial teas 1 will willItIt1 ap
r xuuat ItIt1 about S X XList Ui UiList
List of the Losers LosersThe LosersTie
The following are the Individual losses lossesrittied 1oemr
rittied rittiedMartx r LIed LIedlauz
Martx t state i and August Wtestel ewn ewnr
r 1 oi I th hotel building loss Io MsOQ in inMI Inr
r MI jriflift Clark A Z Forsytt tea teat 14 14i
t i tht th hotel loss SM IE Tnamwaoft TnamwaoftCalifornia tnae tnaeI
I California Ca ItfornIai WaU Paper company
4 J Vierra president km Ios tfMtt UOO in inraiijv Inr1r
raiijv r1r xOQtt H C Bajun gan ptjto ptjtoNi proprietor
I t Nays Ni cafe loss Ios S W O jflUriCp insurance
p Loss of the guesttf uest of the hotel hotelKSKf hotelptg
KSKf ptg and valuables and ztd rno moM ey > y
ts I isolated JSHfio JSHfioGlad
Glad to Escape Alive Alivecv
cv f r w V of the I he guests were able to tot t ta
a t out t any IIy of their effects ffect Some of ofth ofti
th ti MftKage In the rooms in the front of ofbuiiling oft
t buiiling was taken out after the fire firetd
td t 1 I extinguished and wa found to toM
3 M > sustained but little damage T i H HU
i a < xMatc X late auditor of Nebraska Nebraskaiinl
iinl I daughter occupied rooms o of on onI
I f urth i t1 floor and barely escaped with withI
i I t rs losing ioiui all their valuables valuablest
t L ig mid mowy estimated at a W
1 1 Haniwh of
v w Chicago V 4A1V4BU escaped escapedooni WOsmilBU WOsmilBUr
r hvr h r room on n the fourth floor but butv
v fffots i ft is valuM alu 1 at WtWX 4000 Several Severalindividuals SeveralIlIidual
< individuals lot t heavily heavfl in amouats amouatsfrum amoitsL
L frum Mi to I so 000 o oriIn Y
1 ri riIn ln of tlio th fire fir had not been de dciwert
t asceruiiiifil iwert It was wa discovered discoveredigTu
> igTu tII C I iK I I Hurry > lertx at atb
> k Htr immdiately nhIn iite1y turaed in au aui
i a 1 nid sltmnioiitd lItInftIit d the hell hors orn and andiriv
1 iriv t0 aru the iruests Tl he fia fIame fIameit
it < 1 to C rne Qe from from the basement e cj
t t itiHi room t UOfl of the th hotel although the
1 tnanaeenHmv claiou the thet
t tlie atort of tfib r t tVV
VV t VmiJany fliliaflY on O the th K groind ound floor of O
h I BiiiiliiiK p hii The Th hotel employ worfcMl
aiitly 1t7 ift tt awiuativ t the > aleejinir soea go gor L
v tr r barely awake awkwd tTh In tU tUFlames time timeFlames
Flames Spread Rapidly Rapidlyl
l j rn s s r rIE1 Md with great rapidity rapidityj
j a i Ufrty minutes from the time th the therm
f oirm rm was turntxl in the whole wholeI
f i I urij was fl4 ablaze All of the xuest xuestv
v iilo I to ii oape ape by way of the thei
i > s 1 iaU elevators although the theii
= ii 1 rorridors were denaely filled filledi fillednik
nik 4 maui were nearly lint
I J i TWO wome wo gu gueets eta fajnt fajntirriod fhtt43 t trnI
irriod out injwfety The Therr Tapesr
sr rr kept working andwot of i the
c irm t fl th iiAir Ii lr fleors were taken tekentlil takentIiti
tlil Bteiins Finally Ue eayiuas
las ment wr > shut down and the ther th
r 4 Mirmut Mtopiitn i ti t h nkM remainder remftindeyI > ain t el the thein
in I the hotel making thor way
t 2 stairways Several attempted attemptediifr
iifr I I r the building and nd their tkeirv
v bt ut the apre spread d of the fUueMW wa waif was
if i I i hat there was no chane One Ones On
s tin ti W Ma kt trousers cootatallM fKD
t < Miet lr t t frow lila room window and
i Mum li fll when wh he got down wttfe wtthBurned JM
t ihr 1
Burned Like Tinder Tindera
t Ih a fire engine waa on tb tbFT the ther >
FT r four t ur minutes after the first firstr
r nn r uas s turned in the building burned
Ik I ic MnjT l ami there waa wa no chance to toex toc
ex c i ish the Maze soon practically all
t < < r dopartiii lit t frm nm the downtown downtownp
p t r va s a ivrk ri Th rlin ftrt waa wn e0 e0v >
i1 1 tlt ll1 I hu1 LIiIllflj Mn AnoXber
v fcr L biiMlrig jd by b commercial commercial1r
1r SF r va atljoiiiinR on the north no afld nd
Jt v q niy wiiii Ii much effort that Jfrfi
fir ii vtat pro lit nie < i from spivaduig in I Iti
tl t lifictton A vacant lot was en the ther I
r if t the 1 1 Th < Ang Anglus lim note notecr hotel hotelc
cr c nf t tho ti larg Iar si i hotels in southern Call
f vas 0 imniiiately jlT I tely in the rear of the
c Nis on fl Spring jruig street with only an anQl ancit
Ql pa patatli ruth if g the he two bulMing and
hS fire fi ro aprad spt 34 it too would u
d v > t aiy I huve ii jive been burned The truest truesti
< i thr AtiKelua were aroused by the llr llrumou live livei
> umou i rnnt but there wa was DO excitement excitementati
ati r th > m mRpoms tuRooms
Rooms All Occupied OeoupiedVu
Vu t II Xns Nii ttroadway Iftoagjwa hotel which whichi
ri i iiot b onfuiwd fud with the Van Vans Ya YaS
s s ixfol I HH Ic t a i tivestory I brick build bnljdJ
J iiilt I aeU se yurs trs ago and valued valueda
a Tt r ie wor ro IS l rooms in th the
1 I i > i 1 ntarl > alt iii were w rn occupied About Abouti bout boutI
I > i tvK ti oifi i > in the hotel were werew w wa
w r Th hotel cafe which wag wagI
ft I 1 t null valuables and irooey lies la I
tb U vm rnnt nt 1 tlu > building and U t IB IBrv
rv 1 > > nti u wliitnr iJ iii r it its contenU are in
t tj < i T r not on Ji the ground floor of
th ii I I wer wt th > stores of the Call
f ra r 1 IUTT 11k r < miiiuy n iv and the hardware hardwareB
B r f tb Cis > ainrel oomnany both bothcf bothCf
cf niu i wer W F irni > etely deatroy l A Ar t tI
r I > t l < the Van Nuv Broadway cae
fu fl r IiiriKK TiS ait UI i > m iI of 01 the hotel office
t n Uiif i wen tEl Tuk h n i > ut The baaemt baaejnuji tt
< f 9 fi > buildi in 10 which waa wa 1storvd 1storvdt t ire4 ire4x
x jlie KOON of f tin Mere and other otinwC
C i fin a t Witii water to a < i u > th thr
0 r f rt ftt fttT 1t t thr
T Jir hr was W iur un tUId4t l r control u tstfl UI
r 3 > nut was KT r xtiii Ltneuiiihed iiiaheil until aft afte
e t nTt r Almost Imostth th entire c riLIrt interior of the tbet
t In Collapsed Ihipgcd shortly hefmm i ici 1C
ci C I k arrytac arr1n down everything in file
lifl rms r rm which wan not already aIregrii dam damfir
fir ii rl IV I tire into the basement filled filledt
Wtn t v tr t I
trSaved Saved Aged Mother Motherrf Motherbf
rf i vG a T rilirwootI rwood of Waverly wariyI X Xhujei
I httt aje frm the tWrtt story
C hujei I I mth th htr aged mother note Mrs Mr Mrt1
t1 Griffith with Iilt great difficulty
li 1 I in by smoke iiok and bewildered by
fusion tliej t1i several times lost lostvay
t vay and an I wre ie almu almost t auffocatini auffocatiniT
T ii < i < y KOI ni Mrti lisi Inderwood lost losta
C a and iitl jrw j n Iry ir to the amount of ofIi
Ii < Tiuy vMtiiind i itI in their night nightS
C
> i S Sarl arl y Dirt wife of Cleveland Clevelandu Cleveittn
C u I d I in lumht ilit lothts leaving two twociotlunH
t ciotlunH and valuables to the theJf
I
Jf 1 lii t tker ker i t Fairbanks Alaska or ori ncC
C i i rtxiin OhII n I tin t Ii riurth tloor When Whennt Vhi
I nt it Mijr ii tb halls liii were full of smoke smokettv
i ttv tlevaiui tlevi11t r had s steppi pp 1 and he het h
1 t lose l S r ill i I I frum fri rn sufi cation iiiun to toLti
Lti his lii earaoc eri by b the stairway He Herunnes
1 a 1 t Ime drcee so c1d down downi
a i runnes ana srrips in his arms I IIB
j Abbott of London nit Englisk
enic had a niw escape
In oettng don the stairs IB two ujin ujincrtl
crtl 4es tore ore he deriaree all eecape would wouldinon
hae Leu euzoff th says Ihut the fiat
Lr inon ti b ho h tiij < < J o troubl was to I
h iik1n1
ir th
1 t ctoth yiij iii ir
lnoX
FORTY PERSONS PERSONSBADLY PERSONSBADLY
BADLY INJUREThree INJURE INJUREDTlireeeSjreet
Three TlireeeSjreet jtreet Cars in in a Smashup a1 a1Ios atr
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Los Angeles AngelesGCrDEWTIWHEARTOFGm AngelesACCIDENT >
ACCIDENT GCrDEWTIWHEARTOFGm GCrDEWTIWHEARTOFGms IN HEAfT OF CITY CITYHARDLVA
s
HARDLYA PASSENGER ESCAPED ESCAPEIUNHURT ESCAPEDUNHURT
UNHURT UNHURTj
j I Oa VK GLES ffLBS Dec SiUFortj 1Port or ori orL
i L I1 ° M ppas ns were injured shortly shortlyaftet
j aftet ftec f oclock tonight In I a oot ootoC otitll otitllskm
skm oC Uit Uipee street cara Tj The eoWalou eoWalouooow ioflinluuoocIured
ooow oocIured > Tfe4r i the corner of Second and andPriair andaipriu
aipriu Priair pe qes p one OA o the busiest spots spotsfn spotsiii
fn the trtinfewM Wsss section of the city A AF Ar
F r Weit Wo t Seeot Seas4 street car descending the thesteep th thsteep
steep kit FMn 0rn Second anh Olive down downtowa lOtVtttOWftl
towa IWWilway wldway and Srtrlng sArh streets streetsgot streetsgot
got IM Jieqp MI wntpoi of o th motorinan motorinandashed motorinandasled
dashed Uvs Me blocks down the steep in incline Inclini ¬
cline at t a tremendous apeed and andf andcrushed
f crushed into the end of another Sec Second ec econd ¬
ond atreet ear shoving tIn latter car carinto earInto
into a Hollywood car rhich was at atth atth
th woatet poiaj crowing Second street at atrSt t titght
rSt B e 1 Sprbig Tke Tb Hollywood Hollywoodcar
car wa wag struck ulai uiinoit < vt in the center centerbeing centerbcing
being ern cs n hei d like an n f eiKU and was waaj wasturned
j turned completely c over The Second Secondi SEcondStreet
i street car that wo was struck by the run runi runaway
i away wor ire wag demolished at both ends and andw
w p thrown from the truck and turnj turi4I l
half over The runaway rntswajeui car was also ateobacUjr alsoI
I bacUjr swaahed IInsII d Hardly flrdI a passenger passengeron
< on the thite car C escaped Injury some someof someof
of tJiem them being very badly hurt The Themotonnan Thernotrnan
motonnan ind conductor of the run runaway runaway ¬
away car and nd the I be niotorman of The HieHollywood TheHollywood
Hollywood car were injured All the theinjured theInjured
injured gave city and suburban ad addrei addrespes
drespes drei and It i is net thought any an of ofthem ofthetu
them were visitors in Los Angeles AngelesList AngelesList
List of Injured InjuredFollowiiis Injured1roHewi
Followiiis 1roHewi g la the Hat of injured injuredJlrs injuredMrs
Mrs Attoa Ella internally Injured hijureddangerous Injureddanerou
danerouMrs dangerous dangerousJfrs
Mrs F B Harvey arvey collarbone broken brokenaerlously brokenijOUB1y
aerlously Injured InjuredDorothy uJuredDorothy
Dorothy Afewey nyvey agad 9 thigh brok broken broken ¬
en
y Harv Hiuy aged 7 leg lu tiittka tiittkaMarilla brekenrflIa
Marilla rflIa OTaJwinj aealp UJ Wound and andprobable andprebaijle
probable fraetur of skull skullBlton skullIton
Blton Iton G Galuslia right leg broken brokeninternaJtr brokenI
I internaJtr lntrnaJtyhtjwed lntrnaJtyhtjwedIL hrjured hrjuredH
H C Crawford back and leg in injured injursd ¬
jured juredA S SH
A H Caine badly cut byglaws byglawsabout bygIaagabout
about arms and hands handsilii handsUss
ilii Uss Edith Davlp bead badly cut cutinternally cutInternally
internally injured injuredJ
J 1 W Bearre cut by glass finger fingercut Sligercut
cut off offF o oF
F A Ambrose head cut bruised bruisedFrank bruised1tnk
Frank Lea Leause uae head cut bruised bruisedM
M i C Kaufman head am an4 hands cut cutP
r P Bruno back injured injuredA
I A Zorn head out outMr outti
Mr ti H ZOCB Zoc Jag and che cieit t injured injuredair InjuredI
I air ui s U i A 4Lbllllaee lfelfllace Iwrtl wfj cut c Jjaflly JjafllyTwo afly aflybygines
bygines byginesI
I Two ditoglttera of etny Mjia
4 l ii r raenry <
aenry ny Lurw ije face out oiutJetane outJe1e
Jetane Shitti S1jpis JVM i ilIusel cm cmVS
VS lIusel imS SaSK Sid 1d ailM 0K b bv c L LI
I W v C THofnpwon face fac eutby flyine flyineUu ftylngglaa
glaa glaaRev Uu s sRev
Rev li AV y Walker leg Injured1 Injured1Mrs injured injuredMrs
Mrs H W Walker brued and andshocked andehocked
shocked ehockedA i iA
A G Duarte right rm injured cut cutabout cutabout
about face faceA
A S Graham sheeKftd sail bruised bruisedO
i O B Graham sho shocked kea and bruised bruisedO
O J Graiiajn 5 years old cut and andbrutoed andbruised
bruised bruisedKitty brutoedKitty
Kitty Graham Jl lycars years old forehead foreheadout
out itt
outCharles
Charles Meyer cut about scalp scalpRoland scalpRoland
Roland TfcoVnas Head cut cutH cutFl
H Anderson sLightly cut cutW
W Meredith badly Injured InjuredJ
J W v Layton motorman Hollywood Hollywoodcar
car cut by ghu ghuBesides gaig gaigIteskies
Besides these taken to the receiving reeeIvin reeeIvinhoepital
hospital manyx many passengers who suf suffered suftered ¬
fered minor injuries went directly to totheir totheir
their hmee without giving their thou names nameso
ilo o quickly did the car dash down the thehill
hill and into the ear standing at Sec Second Seeond ¬
ond and Spring that scarcely any of ofthe ofthe
the passengers had time to leap Broad Broadway Broadway ¬
way wa was crowded with nedestrians and andvehiclt
vehiclt tetdcles s but these alnifwjt miraculouslv miraculouslveacnped miraculoislyescuped
eacnped eacnpedMUST escupedMUSTANSWERIN4OURT
e
MUST MUSTANSWERIN4OURT MUSTANSWERIN4OURTC ANSWER INfcOURT INfcOURTC
C B Shepard in Jail Accused of Rob Robblng
4 blng a Companion CompanionC
C Saenard accused of robbing eehhin 1d 1dWard l lwawa
Ward Ihiuaer of m in big room in the
Lincoln house K East First South street streetwaa strcevwas
was arrested early yesterday ytesdar mominc on
Coaauiereiai street by Police Officers Burt BurtStaeer curtzir
Staeer zir afid nd Tiiomas Tomas Simpson Sfeepard
deelireK deelar he i knows nuihiiig about the case
but Haus Jr maintains that lie ia the only onlyperson onlyneraon
person who know he bad the money
Shepard She will be held and the ease Inv InvBRITISH Inveatl Inveatlgats
gats
1 1IBRITJSH
BRITISH STEAMERS STEAMERSCOLLIDE STEAMERSCOLLIDEONE
COLLIDE COLLIDEONE ONE SINKS SINKSLondon SINKSLondon
London D Dc c jtAdviues received txn to
day from lfoi oiitvlho > ivid > o say the British Britishsteamer liritishateanierHianoeh
steamer ateanierHianoeh Bel la noch Captain Ilerisen out outward outwrd ¬
ward bound for Liverpool and the Brit
isli steamer Canning Captain Dixon out outward outward ¬
ward beiMnd from Buenos Ayrea for New NewYork NewYork
York were in collision The former sank
having had g4 four hole made in ncr port portside portside
side the damage extending to below the thewater I Iwater
water line The third and fourth holds holdsare okIs okIsnic
are full of water The fanning which whichhad whichher
had her bows slightly damaged will pro proNERVY prose0d
se0d se0dNERVY
NERVY NEW YORK THIEF THIEFSEIZES THIEFSEIZES
SEIZES BOX OF JEWELS JEWELSNew
New ew York Y4k Dec 24 Four thousand thousanddollars thusanddollara
dollars worth seth of antique jewelry in including includlsg ¬
cluding diamonds emeralds ruble rubletopazes rubLsetopazag
topazes and pearUj was stolen early to today today ¬
day ftwai the show window of a flritt flrittof flrfltof
of dealers in antique antiquesat at 28S i Fifth ave avenue avenue ¬
nue The thief smashed the window windowand windoWand
and seiaed a jewel box in which the themireing themissing
missing Jewels were exhibited exhibitedDEATH exhibitedDEATH
DEATH OF DAUGHTER OF OFSOLDIER OFSOLDIER
SOLDIER OF REVOLUTION REVOLUTIONKortliamptoK REVOLUTIONNorthamptoa
KortliamptoK Mass Dec 34 4Mrs 4MrsDruIsIlIa Mrs MrsDruUtilla
DruUtilla HaM Johnson the daughter of ofL ofa
a L poJdkr of the theAsaricsn American rfvWut revuluthaa Mi died diedit dIedat
at it her hone ft in this city teflay a aged ed too 100rears tooyiitrs
yiitrs rears Her father Aaron Hall was tak takprisoner takci
ci prisoner by the he British during the theft theisruggle
niggle ft fur independence god nd carrKtl to totieiartd toEn
En tieiartd tieiartdOHIO I IOHIO
OHIO MAN KILLS HIMSELF HIMSELFwifc
I Youagatowu wifc O I5C bptt bptttting 4Gcodp ac acluzoIqt
luzoIqt en ef th Meet psaminstit psaminstitmast
mast of thtoty comnzltt suloldo wJil wJilslating
slating tting Oft hk u bed in his room today todaywhile I Ivhlle
while hi his faSBly was at ftmtob Mr MrleIvey 314 314elvey
leIvey elvey bad be been a in ill health Jhejde Jhejdefusrd he dc dcCtj
Ctj fusrd ii was interested in II large business feuslnassiit businessFly
iit rpri u U Fly wn wza president ot the theomm tueC
C omm nmti r < ial I Jfaiiunal lauk at the tini time timeif I Iof
of if his death
I xt THINZ THEYLL BE STICKING UPSANTY UPSANTYI
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One Holdup Salt Lake Would Not Stand For
AUTOACCIDENT AUTOACCIDENTKILLS AUTOACCIDENTKILLS
KILLS CLUBMAN CLUBMANJames
James E Martin artin Prominent New NewYorker NewYorker
Yorker ihe LatestVictim LatestVictimMACHINE IatestViotiniMACHINE
MACHINE TURNED TURTLE TURTLEVICTIM tURTLEVICTIM
VICTIM SUTAtNED FRACTURED FRACTUREDSKULL FRACTUREDS FRACTUREDSKULL
S
SKULL SKULLEW SKULLM
i
M EW YORK Dee J Jpntes mee E Mar Martin MarI ¬
I tin promittCHt rln in bifcijnejHj biisinwni ana tedeIsty so sofeutomobite
eIsty IJ rmv oil
nniLi nniLitie
tie cusNra eLuI s1Iisly kIISI1 kIISI1j6411w
j6411w near FIOCiIiIJSg L r iieti lila lilaRulonwWic
feutomobite ptovved inUi lptp a strip ef loose loosedirt looscdIit
dirt on the aWe li1e of the road and turned turnedSUcey turnedcoruIeloly
coruIeloly qrer qrerStucey
SUcey Clark wHo wlioras waa In the car was wasi wasserewIy
i seriously injured irr Martl Martlps akull kuli wa wafmetured was wasfistetured
fmetured
Wife Witnessed Accident AccidentThe Accidentrke
The Hciei ient was wltneied vltneiBH d by Mr MrMartin4 MrMsrtiiii
Martin4 Msrtiiii wife and his van and daugh daughtariniaw ilaughturlntaw
tariniaw who ware following in an another
1 other automobile la the machine in inwUieh inwhich
which Mr dr Martin larthi vas Hrtlnf were Mr MrClark Mrlark
Clark lark Mr andMr and Mrs Alien ljvit ToVneend Townsend Mr Mrrand Mrtud
rand tud Mrs 2rr Daniel Baoon fla n and Alexander AlexanderPtorari Alexander1iorari
Ptorari the chauffeur In the second ttecondmachine secondmachine
machine were Mrs Martin Mr and Mrs MrsJameu MrsJnius
Jameu S Martin jf and Mrs William WilliamMrniee WtlIIaniMenlee
Mrniee The Ihe party had spent 3Hndcy 3Hndcyat
at the golf club at Bayaide L L I I and andIts andtta
Its members were on their way homo in inthe Inthe
the two automobiles when aoctdeitt oo ooourr ooourred
ourr ourred d
Tried to Pass ol the Road RoadThe Road1iie
The machine driven by 0 Ue e younger youngerMartiu youngerMartlu
Martiu started first from the golf club cluband I Iand
and made fast time as the entire party partywished partywished
wished to be in New York ork in time for fordinner fordliintr
dinner The terser and heavier machine machinewith machinewith
with Mr Martin w and t nd party followed followednot fuilowednot
not long aftirwHre an4 midway between betweenUayslde betweenBayskie
Uayslde and Flushing overtook ertuok the light lighter ¬
er machine Th ri Taadlivg tmacliine gave gaveway gaveway
way to allow th the other to pass and an an9ftmpt antmpt
9ftmpt was made to do so l Te > e road roadaj roadalleared
aj alleared reared o be ia yood ood coiiditloti but > ut as asit asit
it proved it t a wag only a tairftce con condition conditlen ¬
dition Gas l mains tesaim are beinic laid be between ¬
tween Flushing and Baygicfc 1ts side and the re recent ¬
cent rain must have caused a settling settlingof
of some of the earth in the newly filled filledtrenches filledtrenches
trenches without t disturbing thf th surface surfaceMachjne gurfaceMachjne
Machjne Turned Over OverWhen OverWhen
When the automobile wheels struck the thesoft thevolt
soft earth they cat derwn into it until untilthe untilthe
the machinery hit th the hard vdge 15O of the thetrench thetrench
trench and that caused the inaohine to toJump tojump
Jump and turn cmpl usmpltely teiy over When Whenit Vht VhtIt
it felt ell it i land lauded > 4 witft the wheeiu upper uppttrmoat upper1O5t
moat All the oecupaatJi were thrown thrownout thrownout
out Mr Martin iwaUflhtjd1 a fracture fractureof
of the skuLl at the baa of tfc t brain brainand
and was dead wtoe when yioH picked u The Theothers Theothera
others were cut and nd brwteed brwteedThe IPt1IISOdThe
The chauffeur vra was atrwtM and pj charged chargedwltli hargedwith
with criminal aegtarena Magiatrate MagiatrateCBnnorton sistrate sistratelnnorton
CBnnorton later acoepted ball In the sum sume sumrn
e rn 510W Mr Martin lived ux 8 Ste Fifth Fifthavenue Fifthavenue
avenue avenueMr avenueMr
Mr Martin waa a brthflr ot Bradley BradleyMartin BrndieyMartin
Martin and a brotherinlaw ef W Gould GouldBrokaw GQUIt1Hroknw
Brokaw lie was a reth retIred d banker and andMrs andicsessed
icsessed great wealth wealthMrs
Mrs Manic who was in the second secondcar accent accentcar
car SB the well known golfer who as asMi asiflsa
Mi iflsa 8 Frazier win wt 0 a number of cham champloushipti ehamplousltips
ploushipti Alexander lexiuide P Faure ure the chauf chauffeur chauffeur ¬
feur recently name to 0 thin country from fromFrance fromFranoc
France He was H chauffer ui 1th the JameGordon Jame TnmesGordon
Gordon Bennett cup p race F5 two year sarw ago agwDaniel agonleJ
Daniel nleJ Bac Baton > a te a will known tinker tinkerDEWEYS lgnkerDEWEYS
DEWEYS GREETING GREETiNGTO i iTO
TO AMERICAN NAVY JJAVYWashington NAVYWashington
Washington Dec S4 4AdinIral 4AdinIralDewey A miral miralDewey
Dewey has prepared the f otlodnChriatnias iloMing iloMingChristmas
Christmas message to thettiHeera the tifitcern and andmen andmen
men of the th American meri in navy throughout thrpuiititthe i ithe
the world which It Is If expected will viHreach willreftch
reach practically every American war warship warhlp ¬
ship some tin time Christmas day dayMy dayMy
My Xmag graeUiJSi rtIu2gs to the flicers l1flcerSand flicersand
and men of the navy navyLet navyLet
Let us have neither cliques nor norsrudg norgrudges
srudg grudges but all stand together for the tlmgooil thegood
good of If the country and the service serviceOEQRCVFT service4OEtG
OEQRCVFT 4OEtG tJK TFV TFVThis K i iThU
This message was BrtDared by the ad adt admien
mien of tle ujivy ut th reiuut t of th5 th5i th thAsbdelattd
Asbdelattd Irsa end was atsnetj i on Its Itstrip i5trli
trip trli around the world early this after i inoon
noon noonChristmas S
Christmas 4 will b he oelftl relibrgted ratd Tw the theAnieriean I IAjueneun
Anieriean mnJof rnn of var in home slid tot foithat tot4gn
4gn jirts wIIt the mice micehid
that hid has alw alwaboard nir4ys eharacteriaed the day i iaubore I Iaboard
aboard ship a ami aubore At t man > war warships warships ¬
ships aa can an b spared from otSer atr du duties duties ¬
ties have put J s at borne porta pe that of officers officera ¬
ficers and men may celebrate the b day ia iathe
the home homein larj
In addition tq the message of Admiral AdmiralDewey AdxnlrsiDewey
Dewey a ilecry Met Ghrlstnias will lie lieflashed beflashed
flashed law tonight fro froe every wire wirenavyfrom
ices station under the control of the thennv
navyfrom nnv frOm Rear Admirai tdrnIra MLuln2 I nne chief chiefof chiefif
of if the bureau ofecrlipt of egp1Ipienl enjV U tii 9 greet greeting urcolins ¬
ins traveling far up und down tJui t oat ooastand oatand
and to the ships ut scat
BAXTER NOT NOTINRESIGNING l RESIGNING RESIGNINGj MOD MODI
j Nebraska United States District Attorney Defies the President Presidentand Plesd nt ntI
I and Awaits the Offjcfef OfficIAx Ax Which Is Sure to toFall y
Fall in 3 Few Days DaysI
I I t
MAHA Dec 24 24The The OmfrtiafSigf OmfrtiafSigftomorrow Omnliw 1 1a
a tomorrow will aiwotinoe fhajt fhajtIng t1i r1V
Ing F Baxter will viIl ba sUmntftW sUmntftWremoved sutnnuisl sutnnuislremoved
removed from the QiiRce ef Uiltii UiltiiStates Un1t4States
States district attorney for t tIg > I fl fltrict dtrict
trict by order of the proeideiit 3 3Baxter 31 31Baxter
Baxter refused to confirm or < cny ejiy tljft tljftstatement U Ustatement
statement Mr Baxter however howeverPublic mii miipublic
public tonight a letter which he s ti1 ti1on tft tfton
on iec Duc 1S1 to the attorney g neral neralFCl1y aerakJB aerakJBr
r FCl1y Ply to one asknig for or his nasignatien nasignatienI reaigntiI
I I Ms roply 2tfr li Baxter said i iHavine
2
I Havine 8JlhilIy artd ait honestly per performed
formed the the1duti duties at f the office ip te which whichI
I was appointed in April 1 O4 M for a afouryenr afouryear
fouryenr term and being in no way wayresponsible wayresponsible
responsible for the sentence imposed imposedin
in the Richards and Comfrtoek case caseout caseout
out of which the request for tny reais reaisnation resignation
nation ha has come I decline to resign reeignWhile resignIIle
While IIle I am mindful of the presidents presidentspower presideutspower
power to summarily r rnoye irnoye me I can cajinot cannot
not under the circumstance recognize
the Justice > of attob act j Ii tendering tenderingmy
my resignaUom
f Cause of the Trouble TroublejThe Troublerie
jThe removal of District Attorney AttornejB
B jtei is one of the results of the theinfcHpecutlons thepiiscutlons
infcHpecutlons started by the govern governinam governn
inam n three years ago of Nebraska eat eatttevnen cattlmneu
ttevnen for illegally fencing the public publicdomain I Ido
domain do ain Bartlett RjehardB and 1V v E Eu EOcwatock
u Oomstock two of th thid wealthiest cattle cattlem cattlealoft
m aloft m in the state were indjcied on the thecharge theeltge
charge of unlawfully eneing ndn about about2itM
2itM 22 8 a res Pt of public land They re reMtinser
capt entered gflca gnfl1ynd gnfl1yndMnlfer
Mtinser and senterrcee t six hours I Ithe It I II
I the custody of 01 the United States mar marshal nuirI ¬
I sIsal United States Marshal Mat Matthews Matthowa ¬
thews deputy seized the prisoners to tocarry tocarry
carry out th lutt latur r part ef tTTfe son sentence sonI ¬
I tence teneeand and the time is i said to t have beon beonspent be fl
spent at the Omaha club The presi president presidept ¬
dent is said to have been dissatisfied dissatisfiedwith 1 1wfth
with the results of the prosecution and andwe i iweek
we week before last Marshal Matthews Matthewswas
was removed and last weei the resig resignation resignation ¬
nation of District Attorney Baxter Baxterwas Baxterwas
was asked for
WADSWORTH SEES THE PRES PRESCandidate PRESIENT PRESIENTCandidate
Candidate for Speaker of o New York State Assembly Counsels CounselsWith CounselsWith
With Roosevelt Who Continues to Mix in inAll inAIIiinds
All AIIiinds Kinds of Fights
I A I lASinNOTOX Doc 24 4James Jamoa W Wif WV
V V if Wadswortli jr the announced announcedchoice aniwuncedchoice
choice o of Governor Higgins for the thespeakership thespeakersliip
speakership of the Now York assembly assemblywas
was in conference with President fleece Roosevelt fleecevelt ¬
velt at the White House tonight The Theconference Theconference
conference was by appointment and Mr MrWadsworth MrVadsworth
Wadsworth remained for about half an anhour anhour
hour with the president There was wasfull a afull
full discussion of tjie events which have havpreceded havelireceded
preceded and followed the selection ef efMr ofMr
Mr Wadsworth by the governor a as his hischoice hischoice
choice of Mr Wadsworthaa Wadsworth as the party partyleader partyleader
leader in the lower house houseTbe houseThe
The president was anxious to know knowall knowall
all about the situation said Mr Wads Wadsworth Wadsworth
worth I gave aim all the facts in the
case and so far as I know there is noth
I ins ing to add to what has already been
Isold j said on the subject Neither eIthertht The presJ presJa
dent py father nor t knew I Was to be bea
a candidate for t te areakershJp when I Ileft
left here about a w wuck k ago for Albany AlbanyI
I I 1 reached th tlerr rf > Sunday pledged to sup support ¬
I port Assemblyman Hagker H her for the noel noeltion riosition
tion It was wa after 1 arrived that I Ilearned Ilearned
> learned that Govemat Higgins desired desiredme desiredI
I me to make a contest Or r the position I Iam II
I am fll in the fight to sta st and I have every everjconfidence
I confidence that I war wiliwin win There is to tono tono
no compromise compromiseMr
I Mr Wadsworth s sd td he lt thought the thepresidents thepresidents
presidents attitude ws amply set forth forthin fOrthI
I in Representative Cooks statement te teI issued
I sued last week weekCtvil veekCivil >
Civil Service Commiseioner Cooley left leftthe leftthe
the White House with Mr Wadsworth j
THREATENED TO STOP THE MEETING MEETINGPresident MEETINGI
President Presid Roosevelt as Well as the Czar of Russia Denounced Denouncedat
at a Gathering ofSocialists oSocialistBPoIiceman Policeman Interfered InterferedWith ThterforedWith
With the Tirade
jHILADELPmA Dc 31 34A A jjQliee jjQlieeman pQhICOF
F man today threatened to at slap a ameeting anieetlng
meeting of Socialists wlip had fath fathered jUthered ¬
ered in a local theatre to protest peoteatsggInat peoteatsggInatthe ajpUost ajpUostthe
the jnasncrtss of the Jens in Russia Russiaif ItussigIf
if Uie tli speaker persisted in Oenouuelng OenouuelngPrerideat tlenouuetngPreeldeut
Prerideat Roose floosevet t and his administra administration adidzilstration ¬
tion Ben JIanfotd of NewvYork the thevice thevIoe
vice presidential candidate on the Social Socialist Social1st ¬
ist ticket in 1904 was speaking when the theinterruption theinterruption
interruption came He had beep de denouncing tienotincing ¬
nouncing the Russian government and andwas andwas
was in the th midst of a tirade against the theRACE theRACE
RACE RIOT IN CHICAGO CHICAGOTwo
Two Italians Shot and a Negro NegroStabbed NegroStabbedPolice
Stabbed StabbedPolice Police Clubbed Kiot Kioters Bioters
ers Into Submission SubmissionChicago SubmissionChicago
Chicago Doc 24 24In In a race riot be betwoen betwon
twoen Italians and negroes at Blghttenth Blghttenthand 1ghtenthiand
and Dearborn streets tonight two Ita Italians itahans ¬
hans were shot and severely injured and andone andone
one colored man wag w stabbed but not fa fatally tatally ¬
tally injured The Th police of C the Twenty Twentysecond ieptysecond
second street station after liberal use useof useof
of their clubs on the heads of both fee factions feetio ¬
tions tio forced peace between them themAs themAs
As a result of the riot which lasted lastedmore lastedmore
more than twenty minutes and in wliich wliichmore wIde wIdemOre
more than 309 people participated ijoth ijothraces lothraces
races ore on the alert and the police policefear polleefear
fear a renewalof renewal of the 0ht1he fight fightThe
The seriously injured are areVlto areVito
Vlto Urubrelio UrubrelioFortunato LmbreiioFortunato
Fortunato Brutucclo BrutuccloChartes BrutuceloCharles
Charles Amoa < color6d color6dMatty >
Many others suffered slight bruises but butthe butthe
the notice were unable to learn their theirnames theirntLmes
names namesfight ntLmesTwenty
Twenty persons wercarrotcti after The Thefight
fight For or some time iiKwlrte ha hag hagittted K Klafed
lafed between the th coiortd and nndta2isetl nndta2isetli4isiti ItaBart A Aridents
ridents in Dearborn street and evirui5tFOtt evtral evtraltrotit
trotit fisUis have ttoeunfed rcceutiii
president and otmragentirffti this thl wan wantry ocuntry
try of the ezar ezarThe ezarThe
The policeman oa nut fluty ai the theatre theatrebelieved theatrebelieved
believed his remark justified him in inwarning Inwarning
warning Hnnfordla fleslat H lie walked walkeddown walkeddown
down thfrxaJgle afd interrupting Hau Hauford Hauford
ford told himhAMfOiiU liItnhe would have to tone tonedown tonedown
down his remarlt ronsarkptr Torhe would atop the themeeting themeeting
meetingThe meeting v vThe
The polioaman t being fcuniliar unUIar with withthe withthe
the Russian lansuatf did jpt pt interfere interferewhon interferewhon
whon that lansufig wa was n laced d and the therenutimler theremainder
remainder of the meeting Was wa ot in interrupted Interrupted ¬
terrupted terruptedSAFE terruptedSAFE
SAFE BEOWN OPEN OPENDaring OPENDaring
Daring Robbery Committed in Tole Toledo Toledo ¬
do Car Darns DarnsToledo DarnsToledo
Toledo Dec 24 24A A daring robbery and andsafe andsafe
safe blowing job 3 committed by seven sevenbandits sevenbandits
bandits at theof tim ofo jjo of theCentral the Central Ave Avenue Ayeflue ¬
flue car barrts ttf f the Toledo Railway RailwayLight RailwayLight
Light company at 245 this tbi morning morningThe morningihe
The robbers secured about 3700 700 and andmissed andin1ijd
missed 7000 which hklt was as in die strong strongbox strongbox
box of th the sate w htli feh tliay tailed to tofore tofoie
fore open Two toapiayex enple 5 who were In Intlie Inthe
the office wore oVerpoyrered before the therobbers therobbers
robbers began work on the qafe qafeSTEAMER iafe iafeSTEAMER
STEAMER DESTROYED DESTROYEDToll
Toll City Ind Dec ric 21 2iThe The steamer steamerJehn steamerJohn
John TV V Thomas sank In s evral f feet at of ofvater ofwater
water here Wedjieau i > rtd wai WH pra piacU piacUally < Jtlo JtloMall
ally destroyed b flrc thduty Jhileazncr I Iwas
was owned by the LCiuisviJIe Thtt1tvtlJe Thtt1tvtlJeMail
Mall Line company atd wasivortbrfrom wasivortbrfromllC8 was worth from fromhs000
llC8 to o seoo 0 0Victoria i ir
r GRETFIRE IN CHINA CHINAVictoria
Victoria B e i I Dc > ax 24 24Malt Mail advice sadviceBfrcmr
frcmr Shanghai tel iof a great fire at atHwjkop at1arko
Hwjkop 1arko v known as thi te Chicago at f China Chinafn Chinahi
fn whlcn vlt in about bout 50TO housafi nj6re de destrov dtMir
strov Mir d un J liirge number of f lives lost lostvariously I IVU1uuy
variously estimated at from from iOO teraxx to O9 O9L
L
TIGHT T1 GHT SQUEEZE SQUEEZETO SQUEEZETOPAY
TO TOPAY PAY DEFICIT DEFICITIndiana DEFICITIiidna
Indiana Secretary of State Troubled Troubledi57
i57 7 With ai a Shortage ShortageTRUSTEE ShortageTRUSTEE
TRUSTEE HOLDS PROPERTV PROPERTVBANKS PROPERTSI PROPERTSIBANKS
BANKS WOULD NOT EXTEND EXTENDTHEIR EXTENDTHEIR
THEIR LOANS LOANSiBdtattapoUe LOANSThdpoiie
iBdtattapoUe Dee SLDpnlel Daniel JS Storms StormsMcruiry Stormssecretary
secretary of sta state and INM of J Ui the niot niotThe idoetr
r at utted 14tMof 14tMofbuV
buV o ptuo in orieib orieibais
ais nwne to make settisinebt with ft ftstte
stte stteThe
The facts iu the eas 5c5s came to public at attention attention ¬
tention today and show that Storms at attlie atthe
the time David E It Sherrick auditor of ofsiate ofsatc
siate tfa uag removed by Governor Hanly Hanlywa hianlywas
wa was practically in the sara condition as asthe asthe
the auditor and was forced to call upon
hi itt bondsmen for forAccording ai aiAccording
According to the story of Storms finan financial financial ¬
cial embarrassment when the governor governorpounced governornotdleed
pounced down upoq ui ° Sliejrlck there was wascdusjderable wasctfluilderable
cdusjderable un une3sncas anjaesa on the part uf tite titebunte Uiebunku
bunte that held Storms securities and andthey siidthey
they called in their loans to him He Hecould Hecould
could not raise the money as be could couldnot couldnt
not sell hi hip securities and ruin was Jrtarins Jrtar jtarbi
ins him bi in the face He awealed to his hisbemtemen hisboetbimen
bemtemen and they held n meeting at the thenome thenoise
nome of his brotherinlaw in Lafayette Lafayetteand Lafayetteand
and then appeajed to tbt V banks banksForced anksForcedto
Forcedto Forced to Raise 77000 77000The 77000The
The amount ne needed dwi was T7tX ltIO > J but they theyeffort theyciathd
ciathd not raise it all and when every everyeffort
effort had been made there was still lack lackiaf lacktn
iaf tn a tetal of 41000 to make good Storms Stormsdebt Storingdsbt
debt to the state It I was then determined determinedTO
TO place the securities and ail other prop property property ¬
erty which Storms held in the hands of ofa offt
a trustee and attempt to raise the bal balance ¬
ance ef the money
Individual friend were appealed to and andcontEttnited anticontrntteclto
contEttnited to the fnurt and be WHS wa fin finally tinally ¬
ally able to pay the amount duo the state stateinu stateinto
into tjie tte treasury
Jn J the same connection it developtd that thatStorms thatStoiine
Storms iMd been shert aOCO at the July Julysottleoient Julysettlement
settlement ana that sum was carried carriedover carriedover
over to October making the total due du thj thjstate tiltistate
state at that time OT 77 77Trustee oe oeTrustee
Trustee Appointed Appointedptoperty AppointedJphn
Jphn J Aiile a real eiitnte dealer of ofthe
the city was made cistee of te Storms Stormspioperty
ptoperty and all the sccuritles ln which whichmoaey whichmoney
money belonging to the state had been beeninvested beenlnvested
invested together With other property propertyItoaaeaaed properthOMtIed
Itoaaeaaed by b him was turned over to toApnte toApple
Apple 10 14 dispose of and iky the sums sumsthai sumsthat
thai bondsmen ii and personal fri friends nds of ofStortua ofStorpie
Stortua had advanced te enable him to toW tosetti
setti settiWien
W Wien ien seen today Storms admitted all allthe alltins
the material facts ia the case but said saidstate saidthat
that he had settled promptly wRit the thestate
state and that be was ca prepared to pay payevery paYevIy
every dollar that he now owed as seers seeretars seerstars
tars of state atateStorms stateStorni
Storms it appaaP haa ho bc bceit u a heavy heavyinvaator heavyinvestor
investor hi traction stock and an it was wasthese wasthese
these securities OH eu wlgch he had borrowed borrowedfrom borrowedfroin
from the batiks batiksThe bazilcsthe
The dfcpositioff of Sltenlck by the gov governor go goeruor ¬
ernor made the oanKS hks uneajly and they theyw theywve
w wve re in such a hurry burryto to set in their loans loansthat IQansthat
that Storms was given but a t few days in inwWffh inwW
wW wWffh t to make food his indebtedness to tothe tothe
the state siateGovernor stateGovernor
Governor Hanly Df Didnt nt Kno Knw w It ItGovernor ItGoveiior
Governor Haaljr aaW thai he Uid pot potknow potknow
know that Stornia ted failed to goltlewitH goltle rottlewith
witH he trwuwferfll state io Jojj JuIyner JuIynerdid nor norflic
did he know tfiat he had been forced forcedinto forcedinto
into a tmsfeesnlr to make th October Octobersettlement OctubetsettietneuL
settlement settlementSpeaking settietneuLSpeaking
Speaking of his trouble and the appointnieifl appoint appointment ¬
ment of of a trustee for hit property Mr MrStorms MrStorms
Storms said thta thui aftjgrnoan that hb had hadsettled hadsettled
settled with the attte at the time ap appointed appotzted ¬
pointed by law and tJMUhe Ibethe docs not owe oweIndiara ow owIndiana
Indiana a dollar lOte Trusteeship ho hosaldf lo losaid1
saldf wa was a a private affair that be had hadwa bailbor
bor wed mOUSY fur years as other bust bustfleas
ness tinen meH do bi4 an anwbi ts wa was a matter in inno inwhieb
wbi whieb h the public publicHUGE hia4nainterest hia4nainterestHUGE no nitenet nitenetness <
HUGE MORQJJ COLONY
4 4 Mexico City Clt DesflL 1tImmedIateiy 1tImmedIateiyafter Irnmedlately 4 +
+ after lbs hthidAa of the largest largesteolostis +
+ eolostis that erer lilVaded Maxico Maxicoat +
4 at one time will arrive in the state 4 4of
4 + of Chihuahua whore several thou thousand + f
+ 4 sand acres of o lan land l ftave already lieenf ltoen 4 4secureil
4 secured Th These we ptijspte are Mormons 4 4 4from
4 from Utah and > will number about 4
4 4 1060 men women 4d std children They Theyt1 4
4 can practice thelrfp thieI elief > lu Mexico 4 4
4 4 without aiterfereiiit mterore from tli6 tbt gov 4 s
4 4 erbment arpment I 4
+ > H + > + + + + 444 + + + + st stDEATH f > + + 4 + 14 + + 4 4DEATH + + + + + + +
DEATH OF MRS MR A B DIBBLE DIBBLE3r DIBBLEOtass
Otass < 3r B Valley QttlJ Cal pec 24 21Mrs Mrs A B BDibble BDibble
Dibble first preaidok of the National XationalWomens NationalVpnitna
Womens Christian a 1ernperance araperance union unionw UfliORwbo
w wbo o wi with h Frances E Willard founded foundedtna foundedIliaC
tna IliaC organization arid who was one of ofthj oftlrearjy
thj tlrearjy > ear scttisrs ttl ps in this state drtd to today today ¬
day at Jter hut home in this city iiftar i ilo i ilgg
lo lgg g illness illnessNEW lilnemNEW
I
NEW 1TAUA > I CABINET CABINETJFtO CABINETltome7ec2lTienew
JFtO eD6e2tiTbiJlij5T Italian cablaec
gp offltnh1y gazetq today In mat matup
up ifgthesairie asglven it thestedis thestedispatha
patha uyd4jitbt with thetxcep thetxceptonkthiJitntiri
tonkthiJitntiri agr1QtiIure Whhiji
P rf9tfieflSai ttrirt isauui ad in interuzt
teruzt
ONLY A QUESTION QUESTIONOF
OF A FEW HOURS HOURSRussian
Russian Government JTp Go Down Downr
r in j a Sea ofBloMr ofBloMrST oi BIoM BIoMST
ST PETERSBURG IS QUIET QUIETAWFUL QUiETAWFUL
AWFUL CARNAGE CARGE COWTINUES AT ATwoscbw ATa
a woscbw woscbwW44 MOSCOW MOSCOWC
C t ptrgitatzt Dte 4 ti 1 Z Z1wtP °
1wtP W44 M6 twedWe eow8 bapiianj oX blood bloodrevolntr1 tf tfravel
revolntr1 ravel nt afiri si made good goodthrdkt tbvtr tbvtrtbteki
tbteki to tratnaferm the strike into intorebellion arh arhrebellion
rebellion anti the next fortyisisbt hours hoursMuM houaSdotese
MuM detenrttM whether they oy oyaba can mar marshal ¬
shal aba Bufftdent atreujgtb towiiti to iituge 8 tn tn4Mi the thecuiyr
cuiyr Thto 4Mi s a adtttpt < ttta0Ute 514fe pf o cJvit war warand warand
and aortottslr thrcaUB tlve tlvedowitten Immediate Immediatedownfall
downfall of the be government governmentThe goverumentThe
The government gdvcrpmsut ijroCesafi coufWeric coufWerictbdt eoutWeiVtthe
tbdt the whole attempt sttemptwihI will fail falloiflg owing to tothe tOJ5
the woeful Insufficiency of arms in pon ponefsffkm pessession
session of U the e pititetariat and bv reason reasonor reastitor
or the loyalty of the army a as 1 whol wholbuc wholbut
but its calculations might agaJu be rudeb rudebupKeu rudstapset
upKeu A few apMnulu might be Eet tCttt ed r rfurnish I Ifurnish
furnish arms or the open support of a fe few v vngimcalv
ngimcalv meu might start a landslide in the thearmy thearmy
army Certainly the tb shrewdesi of th thrtvolutionarj tbrevolutionary
revolutionary leaders turty tnll s apirnctite r > roeiate that tlusit thatiii
t iii Uisue must be dtHtfed by b the at attitude attitudeof iitid iitidof
of the army which i yet to cast the ti dU dUDefinite dl dlDefinite
Definite News Lacking Lackingli Lackinglnstrut1ions
li lnstrut1ions > 9truitlon < have LiVO gon forth that ri riiugs rs
iugs iiig must occur evorywhw hi order to totk tott
tk the troops and if a foothold can be besecured beat
secured at ured h IB the intention of the revolu revoluti ycyolutlurarles
ti jparies < to set up u irovl prOIiislOnal onal govern gorernment governInetit
ment and proclaim a republic republicThus republicThus
Thus far reports from Moscow do not notclrar notclear
clear up the vital point a as to whether whetheruny
any of the troops there actually rfi rfViwi rfViwit wi wit
t I obey oonimande although there arc arcpereiMtent ar4persistent
persistent rumors that they did Revolu Revolutionary Revuhutionary ¬
tionary leaders here claim to have con confirmation ¬ I Ifirmatlon
firmation of a report that a grenadier Krenadlerbrigade grenadierbrigade
brigade and some Cossacks mutfni mutinled d and andare andazc
are now locked up in their barracks barracksTOiile barracksSile
TOiile the military succeeded every everywhere everywhore ¬
where in driving the Insurgents front fronttheir rein reintheir
their barricades in Moscow Saturuuy Saturuuyuight atur it3 it3night
night the defeat evidently was rot a 4e 4eciaive decleAve
cleAve one as barricades were again againthupwn agiitthwwn
thupwn up in dozens of places this morn morning mornbig ¬
big and fighting was renewed Ivfore II IIoclock Iioclock
oclock
Outbreak Impossible ImpossibleThe
The Associated Press understands undret ndg that thatorders thtorders
orders hrve been te issued for an uprisinghere uprising uprisinghere
here but tile governments measures measuresH measUresltuetihigty
ltuetihigty H qiuisty render this impossible NO NOmeetings NomeetIngs
meetings public or private are allowec allowecwhich alloaedwhich
which makes an assembly of more than thanfive thIfive
five persons In a private lodging illegal illegalThe IllegalThe
The prfcons and jails are filled with lead leadera Icedera
era of the revolutionaries and agitators agitatorsTwo agitatorsTwo
Two caches of arms have been seized and an4an andan
an entire organization consisting of 390 390crujina 100crujina
crujina as the student militia te called caileilban calledhas
ban been captured capturedRumors capturedRumors
Rumors were purposely rirculated that thata
a conflict coiiflletwouid would be inaugurated at a dum dumons4ration d donatratlon
ons4ration of workman in the Newcy NewcyPrcspect Ne NePrcipect
Prcspect this afternoon but they theyte proved provedto
to be unfounded The he city in fact was wasunnaturally wasunnaturally
unnaturally calm an the surface and a astronger astranger
stronger dropping down the XevsKy Prepect Pre
pect this afternoon would have seen no noevidences noevidences
evidences of ferment It was a bright brightere
I crisp winter thicy eW rilliart sltdjhis and
equlpagos of tip arstodraX with thetr thetrattuiJtiiits
attuiJtiiits clanked in sables and other other4th
4th us were ere out in force Onliutb OnliutbReds OnlIbSn11efha <
Sn11efha ci 11 csow4 of e eon
on tbll vtI i4l b1y ases Iu IuLoot
Loot LiOI5 tot iv ioqit loced ntJtn ntJtnIil
Iil
Reds Will Use Bombs BombsIf
If the plans of the revoluUonavie to toprodueaan toproducean
I produeaan uitrising in St Petersburg fail faUs
s it is believed they Will Ihl an iii attempt ciii InIut cer certainly ¬
tainly taiIh will be made to terrorise trrori the gov government ¬
ernment by suerllla warfare war re i IP which whichombri
bombs > will play the chief role The gov government ¬
ernment having ejnbarkfd in a war waragainst waragninst
against the reds it is difficult to set sethaw seehtc
haw K can draw back one step stepThe steprho
The acceptance by Goernor General GeneralDcuba GeneralliLubessoff
Dcuba liLubessoff soff of Moscow of the offer of the thenotorious thenotorious
notorious reactionary Prince Tcherbatoff Tcherbatoffto
to Torganize th loyalists ae a mflltta has hascreated hascreated
created a shudder of horror horrorREDS horrorSLREDSIPAN
SLREDSIPAN REDS fBEGAN THE BATTLE BATTLELondon
London Newspaper Account of the theFight theFight
Fight in Moscow MoscowLondon
London Dec 21 LT1ie The Daily TetesrapW TetesrapWSt
St Petersburg eorreapondent deacriMnR deacriMnRthe
the fight at Moscew says saysThe
The ffn first t snots were fired by the rvo rvolutionariw
lutionariw on the troops outside of Ffd Ffdlera P14lets
lets school which was surrounded The Thewhich TherevolutionarIes
revolutionarIes wtve given Ofle hour in inwhich
which to surrender Irtftyflvc mlnuts lnutw lnutwhad
had passed and the eoimnander uf the thetrcopa thetrcop
trcopa was about to give iVe the oriler or lcr to fire firewhen
when a volley came trem the house Sev Several eV ¬
eral soldierswere killed or wounded The Thetroouti Th Thtroops
troops immediately replied repliedSoon repliedSoon
Soon a white handkerchief was waved wavedfrom wucedfrom
from a window Th Tue troo entered but butwer butwets
wer wets greeted with rifle fir fire and they re retired retired ¬
tired and ud again bombarded the house houseShortly aeuaaShortly
Shortly afterward a white flag was agaIn agalawaved agaInwaved
waved and the surrender oftne of the revoratlonarie revora revoluI
I tlonarie ° ° was 6emnlet eempleteTh t tThe
The Th correspondent also describes the thefighting thefighting
fighting In n other sections of the city re resulting resuiting ¬
suiting in every caste In the defeat of the therevolutionaries therevolutimiariea
revolutionaries revolutionariesDesperate revolutimiarieaDesperate
Desperate Courage of Mob MobTUe Mobrite
rite deapemt courage of theuiob theuiobthe the mOlt mOltthe
the oorreepondent says a > a nas marvelous marvelousUnits marvelouaUnits
Units of threes tens and hundreds would wouldsajly wouldsally
sally forth be driven back and rally rallyagainst rallyiigaiulst
against the enormous odds ea elgiT arto to ao aocompUflh ac accunpUsh
compUflh the Impossible Karly in the theevenaig theesenhig
evenaig the hospitals were filled and pri private privaLe ¬
vaLe dwellings were crowded with th thwounded the theWe
We wounded woundedThe tnded tndedThie
The principal thoroughfare the Tvers Tverskaia Teerskale
kale looks like n street in a city < ity c tUp tUptured > M Mtured
tured by a foreign foe Bivouac fir fires burn burnin lurnin
in the streets and rifles are stacked on the thepavemant thehiaveinsuL
pavemant Daring all this needless con confuston confuskiiu
fuston Qf blood m old Moscow the people peoplewere peoplevere
were shopping visiting and otherwise car carrying carI ¬
I rying on the ordinal occuuatiops as if ifnothing ifI
I nothing in particular was going an anTeeterday onYostcrtlays
Teeterday doings marked the most mostchy mostImportant
Important manIfestation of Russian anar anarcity
city and will prove as the th anarchists as assert assort ¬
sort decisive So far flu r us otj isis can judgr judgrthey judgthey
they will end in th the complete defeat of th thanarchists the theanarshiStS
anarchists who will be silenced in Rus Russia flissia ¬
sia for several years yearsInfuriated yearsinfuriated
Infuriated Peasants PeasantsThere PeasantsThere
There ia still U11 hope that n popular p puIr re reactionary reaetlonary ¬
actionary moyomeatf may l be e avoided but butthe hutthe
the wrath of the pensimts is waxing waxingJn waxingstrong
strong
bj Jn the je station at Yetna on the Kk Kieff KieffVoronpa ff ffVononoE
VononoE railway line entir families familiesOf
Of railway officers and strikers have been beenliterally beenliterally
literally 0 Oijt t to pieces by infuriate peas peasants peasantS ¬
ants anuthere aiid there Is other tumulntive evi evidence eviclones ¬
clones of u determination oo qq the part of ofthe ofI
I the peaaaaip to JOPPOB the Jrtrikers The Theanaichtota
anarchists have not dislodged the govern government goiernmeat ¬
meat imprisoned Premier Witte or de deposed ¬
posed the emperor but thy have struck strucka
a deadly ire t l wanton blow at the empire empireAlready empireAlready
Already hungry band bands are pillaging pillagingwharevor piflagingwherever
wherever they can At tiny station of ofNicolaalff ofNicoiaOltf
Nicolaalff on the Kaaan railway tht thtlooted they theylooted >
looted flfUjitt cars rM loaded with necessaries necessariesof
of life for the Christmas tIde ttdeAn tIdeukane
An uKase will be publlshsd in a day or ortwo ortwo
two amboflirtng the new electoral law end endfixing nd ndfixing
fixing u date for the elections to illdoema the thedot
doema doemaThe dot ma maThe
The severest criticism is direettd direettdagainst directtdagainst
against the government for the failing to toadopt it itadopt
adopt promptly repr repressive aivc niOMLurvis niOMLurvisagainst me1iI1resagainst
against the revolutIonists reoiutiontoteBARRICADES revolutIonistsBARRICADES
BARRICADES BOMBARDED BOMBARDEDReolutibnaries BOMBARDEDReIolutioriartcs
Reolutibnaries at Mo Moacow cov Have Not tyqtBeen NotSeen
Been Subdued SubduedIospw V Valdsdpw
aldsdpw Iospw J Dcc > ec J > mArLMher mArLMherrifle ArUJhjry ArUJhjryContTnued
rifle iind ravOlef tiring cmttmvd cmttmvdthroughout
throughout tbcrda but ttio noise oh Ute UtebattIe4iias
battIe4iias uomewhEt ahat ti Tha Thaguns
guns have been bombnrdhyj one barcude barcudeafer
afer allOthEr the cllTIpoacI tiring ful fullowedby
lowedby cburge by in0 dragooui niti nitisot
sot fire ioctIu debris debrisTle
Tle the ni4i wa waContinued
Continued on rage aoe 2
HONOR NAME OF OFJOSEPH
JOSEPH SMITH SMITHMoraionsjfold SMITHMiiono1d
Moraionsjfold Miiono1d Two Big Bi Sjjeoial Sj ia1 Serv ServSPEAKS Srvio1n
io1n the Tabernacle TabernacleBI
BI SHdiaWHITNEYSPEAKS SHdiaWHITNEYSPEAKSS SPEAKS SPEAKSEIGHT
S
EIGHT EIGHTr EIGHTOUSAND r rII0USAND OUSAND CHILDREN CHILDRENpAFfaftHPATE pHILDRENPARTCIPATE
pAFfaftHPATE PARTCIPATE IN MORNING MORNINGL
1 L A 1 I JTH splendid miuial muat I aewi aewieoeft4ft servIe servIeV
V V eoeft4ft ogDIh With addreapes on tl tltHWHSKWC Ui UiteieuC >
tHWHSKWC Mormonhim h > Lat Lartafftfa Latof
tafftfa jMftMf1 of the four sr 5 1es tnt tntIkalta n nfcnic
fcnic llplp tlio limits of SiJt lt ltt I l liratrtl
t mnrated iratrtl th the fi rie hun huny hutditt
ditt y 1 of the birth 11i III of If th thSmith thrr
rr C I Smith fouiiiv runt of tti ttiJng P PC PuIijjng
uIijjng Jng and afterio iftc I I > u ser servlbcfc icrliojd
vlbcfc wtro li liojd llat it the Tabernaie Tabernt Ia and andths auntth
ths th eyifoJngr oviiuIngServieea sar8 at th the < various variousward varIousward
ward aneetias houses had srefal i 11 ref refurenoe refireflce
urenoe to the flay flayThe iltyPhe
The morning niornhIl tabernacle nv I was wasunder Wi Wiunder
under the aJuppteea ices of tii Sunday Sundayschools inda indaschools
schools ISiffStt li t thousand hii < Jrn j jUiktd o ocupted
cupted the ba bY y of the tuWrnni U and andoverflowed andoverflowed
overflowed into > th the saHTl I hurls hurlsB htritB
B Pelt superintendent < the ht Sal SalLafce SaltLae
Lafce st stake k Sunday schools pivsldeiand pivsldei irsIdeIland
and the jirieetiliood of Liberty vnigM vnigMPioMoeiMtnd nsig nsigploaoaiud
PioMoeiMtnd 9U lt Lake saU s r orupie orupieseats > < upii upiiseafca
seats on the the platform platformThe platformTue
The tyilfbody big body of asKrnilua sssuihr Su Suiday Suidayiibd1 iday idayaohoot
aohoot frttplto evened th the service by bysiagtrtpT byshsg1ii
shsg1ii siagtrtpT a Christmas carol This was wasfallowed aa
fallowed with a prayer by John R RWinder
Winder first counselor to PrtWen PrtWenJneeph FrcsIdentJoseph
Joseph F Smith The Sunday school echoopupila schooluzpile
pupila sang again this time the aetec aetection seloctioti
tion beta being Far Far Away on Jnd Judea JudeaFlame ea eaPlains
p
Plains PlainsI FlameSuperintendent
I Superintendent Felt delivered a brief briefgreeting briefgreeting
greeting He emphasized the double doubli doubleea4se
i cause ea4se for rejoicing that the Latterday LatterdaySaints LetterdaySaints
Saints have upon such an occasion occasionrej occasiona occasionarejoicing
rej rejoicing lcin over the approach of th thChristmas tbhristinas
Christmas season and over the birth birtlii birtheuiulvermuy
i anniversary of the prophet prophetMlaa
Mlaa Esther Davis and Miss Beatrie BeatrieWilliams BstrieWllhiams
Williams ang a duet entitled Lt Ltthe Lotthe
the ChildrenCome to Me MeI MeMfss
I Miss Babcock Talks TalksMutt
1 Maud May Babcock instructor i ielocution ielnenUlIji <
elocution in the University of Utan Utanthen 1Lta 1Ltathen
then delivered dhIvered the principal address addressthe addrcssthe
the morning service Her talk was e etitled etitled >
titled Two Birthday She op tpn n > d fcy fcysaying b bsaying
saying that while th the anniversary n nthe CI CIthe
the birth of Christ is ceJebraied by all allChristian al alhiulstlan
Christian people on Dec 2 tin I h ren rentruth TPIItritli
truth is that Christ was born on Apr AprI Apria
I S That date corresponds with th thanniversary iiianniversary
anniversary of the organisation of th thUtormon thMormon
Mormon church It is i the date whei wheiI wyeone <
I one of the semiannual rhur cburit < h con conTerences CoilLerences
Terences te Ii held and was the date of ofthe oPthe
the beginning and the omnMlon 4ompletionforty omnMlonforty
forty years apart apartof ofthe the Mormon tem temI tenpie
I pie in Salt Lake LakeKijpK i i4bu
KijpK 4bu BUgock emphasised tlc Ca Cathat
that Ge4be repeatedly fouwd it i isary II
I sary 5R1 to aaml aome om divinely > r4une r4uneHM9 r i in inInp
HM9 tetflrthe btu tho world to I restort Hip go goqBjJl gotss
ss > qBjJl u uij u tn > n lpeipIe > ei pl in I 0 rptt rptth I IiirIa
iirIa h hht h tra trgid ea th fall fallA4JUI f Il Ilid
A4JUI ilHl id five tile rejected tii tii1 il ilHdi4 l
Hdi4 Aiming citing i if f Noah tn a i sinfr sinfrworSB ifltI ifltIworN
worN U Use sending of f the ancint an i ieta i > ro rolets
lets eta and Anally the tit birth of I IAfter hiit hiiti
i After drelli dwelling g n Christs mission missionearth flhi ii iiearth > >
earth at t length Mi Miss Babcook Babe I i 1 > tare larethat tarefhat
that after his hi death and afar clni clnirtec cutiu1e
rtec u1e had passed it became necesuai necesuaif
I f fr God to have His gospel restored to toi it itI
I i a world whih had apoatatiaed un sluttot i ii
i for thatpurpose that purpose His divine will WHS WHSrevealed atrevealed
revealed to Joseph Smith Her address addresswas addrewas
was a general defense of the tenets if ifthe f fthe
the Mormon church ehurchJohn churchJohn
John W Rigdon Faints FaintsWhile FaintsWhile
While Miss Babcock was talking talkingJohn talkingJohn
John TV Kigdon one of the guests of ofhonor o ohonor
honor fainted and had to be carrie carriefrom carriefrom <
from the tabernacle by b four men H Hwas Hwas <
was soon revived and taken home Mr MrJtigdon MrRigcion
Jtigdon who is 7 years old to a son sonof
of 01 Sidney Rigdon one of the early a a0oeiate at atpoetateg
0oeiate of the Prophet Joseph Josephi JosephPolloalng
i Following Miss Babcock the Sundii Sundiischools SundtIscimohi >
schools sang Joseph Smiths FHrst FHrstPrayer FirulPrayee
Prayer fhen followed Dr J B Tai Tainiage Talniage
niage profeaeor of geology in the Uni UniI Lniverslty
I veiaity of Pr Utah delivered a brief ad addreas address
dress laudatory of the chmrch and it its itsteeehhigs
1 teachings teachingsI
I I The Tlt keynote of Dr Talmages address addreafwan addressI
I wan the earnest declaration that no nofalee nofalse
false prophet could have aocomplishe aocomplishethe
the work done by Joseph Smith HI HIpointed litpointed
pointed out how the church which hr hrfounded hi hifounded
founded in a humble way had grow grotiiand i iand
and multiplied multipliedThe
The words and works of a false falseI falseprophet
I prophet declared Dr Talnjage a aways al alI
I ways Y die and he laid stress on the thefact theI
I fact that the words and wrk rk of Jo Jopei JoIChil
pei IChil > h Smith still survive and flouehRepeat flourish flourishi
i Repeat Church Doctrines Doctrinesi
i The children of the Pioneer stake stokrschool stakeI
I school then recited in concert verses versesI ver
1 to 8 section 7S of the Doctrine arn arnCovenants am amCovenants
Covenants Georee D Pyper sang sangsoto songstile
stile entitled The n e Childrens Friend FriendThe PriendThe
The testimony of the three witness wtesseto r rto
to the original transcription < bt th thBook thBook
Book of Mormon by Joseph Smith wa warecited was wasrecited
recited in concert by b the pupftg of the theSalt UieSalt
Salt Lake Sunday schools Organist OrgniatJ
J J McClellan played The Bnchanted BnchantedBalls EnohiantedflojjI
Balls BallsThe flojjI flojjIThe
The pupils of the Liberty aiake Sun Sunday
day school recited The Beatitude Beatitudefrom Deat1tideI
I from the Book of Mormon III rn Neph Nephverse Nephvysea
verse 9 te 12 Boys and girls sejette sejettepang set setfroni
froni the Pioneer stake 5un44aY 5un44aY5ang
pang the chorus entitled Qn Hui Huidred Huitlred
dred Years The pupils of the Bneig nsi nsistake i istake
stake schools recited The Aiti Arthles ArthlesFaith < Ie IePalth
Faith in concert and 1 P rhrJBtev rhrJBtevsen thrjgte thrjgteI
I sen rendered Tl The > e Holy City Clty5as aa 4 4 4I cot cotnet
I net solo The audience aang SinE ih ihWondrous thi thiI >
I Wondrous Story and then Georfc GeorfcHeynolda eork
1 Heynolda ftrst assistant general sup supintendent SiJpcIntendant
intendent of the Sunday srnooi srnooithroughout sehoothroughout
throughout the world pronounced th thbenedietSon thbenediction
benediction benedietSonBISHOP benedictionBISHOP
BISHOP WHITNEY TALKS TALKSReviews TALKSI
I Reviews History and Faith of the theMormon theMormon
Mormon Church ChurchThe ChurchThe
The feature of the aftendon sewk w wnii
1 nii a elabAilue and schelarty addrp addresg s i iBishop IBishop
Bishop Orson F Whitney which en enbodiea et etbodied
bodied a review of the ordinal revelation revehatioito
1 ta Joseph Stnith as well as an expositiu expositiuof SXtItiuof
of the tb irlndwal doctrines doctrto of If the rhurcli rhurcliCounselor ehutcliCounselor
Counselor John R Winder presided presidedthe prsidedthe
the afternoon and the stake pm priestb priestbagain th thagain >
again oeeuptou platform seats Tht Th regi regilar reghar
lar choir was in attendance msi Instead iui o othe er erthe
the Sunday scho school l choir which l Led d th thsinging thesinging
singing in the morning The rboir op Op4iflt Op4ifltthe c cthe
the service by singing the hymn Joseph Josephtl
tl tis e Blest BlestElder BlestElder
Elder Joseph E Taylor offered prayfr prayfrIt prayrlie
lie It petitlontM tttln < rt ijrti ptrtictularly ilarlv lKf that thatilmiths r > < i iSmiths
Smiths posterity be b brought to h hrror ite iterror
rror and that it return to the true faith faithThis taithilits
This supplication VMS directed toward tli tliReorgtnir thfleorganizod
Reorgtnir l church of Iattorday Latterdvii aiint aiintil =
il > h head ad of w theh > ii < h ia j a t son of Joseph JosephjSmith Iepindth
jSmith ndth The pr jr yor or wa follower by tht thtjoU thtngg
joU sngi ngg Vermont the Ilont o oPivtrtots
I Pivtrtots CSarliw Kent BIUS su Ag a solo Tn Tngeer
I Beer the werd fo for which WTP w writte rjtt t th
kh1 h > John Taylorformer Taylor former pretuet r to rt > f m monuish iiiehuith
onuish
s sWhitney IWhitney
Whitney Defends the Faltii Faltiij
I j hf hop > p Whitney opened Wa htajil htajilittIfl5 dc1 dc1sitring
sitring 4J 1jl4t at the th mifeio > 56f 56fgmitii 1
1 gmitii mlth kadlew had been foretold b by > toe
I f of the Old Testament and by bybe A7be
be apostle He 4eclar d that thd Joaepn I
is

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