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1 THE T m Jl SALT LAKE HERALD HERALD SATURDAY DECEMBER 30 1905 u
BROKERAGE FIRM FIRMHITS FIRMHITS FIRMHITS
HITS THE BOTTOM BOTTOMRise
Rise in Copper Stooks Puts Boston BostonHouse BostonHouse BostonHouse
House Out of Business BusinessFOLLOWED BusinessFOLLOWED
1 1FOLLOWED
FOLLOWED FOLLOWED LAWSON HUNCH HUNCHrLIBJUmilES HUNCHt
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4
rLIBJUmilES tLI 4LIB1LITtES BI ITI S MAY REACH HALF HALFV
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4 V A MILLION AMILLIONV MILLIOND
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= D n OSTON Doc 29 2fThe The recent rise In Inj Incopper inD
8 D j copper stocks tock on tho Boston stock stockT stockexchange stookexchange
T exchange wu an important con contributing contributing contributing ¬
tributing cause to the suspension today todayof
of the stock brokerage firm of H R RLoighton Relghton BJ4lghton
Loighton Co which assigned for the thebenefit thepono theonoflt
pono benefit onoflt t of Its creditors Although the the9lrm theiInn thelrin
9lrm lrin is not a mwnber of any stock ex exChange exhftne oxhano
Change hftne the assignment was adjudged adjudgedbt
bt f considerable Importance from the thefact thofact thefact
fact that the firm has some forty fortybranch fortybranch fortybranch
branch offices all but three of thorn In IntNew Inew InNew
New ew England cities and towns townsThree townsd towneThree
d Three Canadian Branches BranchesThe BranchesW BranchesTho BranchesTho
W
Tho outside offices are at Montreal MontrealrJJaUfjiXi MontrealHnU MontrealIIaUCx
rJJaUfjiXi IIaUCx HnU 1 S and St John N F The Theassignee Theasfgne8 Theuarev
assignee Is Charles E Allen a lawyer lawyerJpf lawyerf
Jpf f This city The firm stated that the theuspenslon theuspensIon
Suspension uspenslon was due to the failure of a amember amember asnomber
member of the Boston stock exchange exchangeIto
Ito 1 ° meet his obligation to the company companyand compnnyand companyanct
and to outstanding Investments Inv6JJtmentAlnoppers InvestmentsInoppers In Indoppera
doppera oppers to a greater or loss extent extentTupqn extentm extentpQn
Tupqn m pQn n which necessary neee ArY money could not nottie notbe
be realized r 8lIzed No financial statement statementTCasJ statemontUdbut statement4l4uecbut
TCasJ 4l4uecbut uadbut It is thought the llablli llabllitlesTOny JlabUltlesmfty liabliltiesmay
tlesTOny reach 500000 600000Almost 500000Almost 500000Almost
Almost all the larger cities of New NewEngland NewEngland Newillngland
England are affected by the suspension suspensionThere 8uspenslonThere suspensionThere
There are severs S8V sevraI J hundred creditors creditorsscattered oredltorsscotterod orodItrsscattered
scattered throughout New England and andCanada andCahnda andCaIoda
Canada CanadaTho CahndaTho CaIodaThe
Tho failure had no effect upon the thestook thestoak thestook
stook > market marketLeightons marketLeightons marketLeightons
Leightons Statement StatementMr
Mr l 1 Leighton Leh iiton said later In the day dayOne dayOne dayOne
One of the primary reasons for our ourfailure ourfaUure ourfailure
failure was the outside Investments of oftho ofthe ofthe
the company compllnycoppfrs coppers to a greater or orless orless orless
less fxtsnt ctent t Just how largely large we be became becgme becune ¬
came Involved In this market I cannot cannotsay cannotaay1I cannotThere
say aay1I aay1IThore
sayThere
There are several hundred creditors creditorsscattered crooltorscattcred creAtorsocattored
scattered throughout New England and andCanada andCanndft andCanada
Canada The Thecompany company did a general generalbrokerage genoralbrokeTarc generalbrokorage
brokerage business The main office officelay officewaBconnect1m officeasconnectUvr1fh
waBconnect1m asconnectUvr1fh tth el1e tli brAnch offices OfflC08prtate officesby
lay private wires wiresTThe wiresThe wiresThe
TThe The concern Is a West Virginia cor corporation cor0rat1on cororatIon ¬
poration > oratIon and was organized or anized In 190S with witha
a capital of 50000 G L Babcock is ispresident isDTCNldent Isesident
president esident and H R Leighton secre secretary secreta seerstary ¬
tary ta and treasurer The fact that ap apparently appnrontly apparon ¬
parently paron tly simultaneous advertisements advertisementsof
of Thomas W Lawson and Leighton LeightonCo
Co had appeared led Mr Ir Lawson La son to tosay tosay tosay
say that he was Ignorant of the firm firmdo firmd firmsomething
do d something to root out such a aCondition andltlon aindltIon
Condition ndltlon as is confronting them at the thepresent thepresent thepresent
present time From the results r ault that thatthe
the police department show in this mat matter matter matter ¬
ter it would seem that they are a very verypassive verypassive verypassive
passive s set t Is it going goln to come to the thepoint thopoint thepoint
point where Wh l8 our citizens cltls n must get out
In a body and devise devt e some means of ofremedying ofr8med oframedvtng
remedying r8med nc this evil evilIt evilIt 1 1It
It is very pry seldom that one of these
holdups is ever caught and nd then moat moatprobably roo mostprnbebly t tp
probably p babl not by th the pollc fore its itself itselfIlnd Itslfand lf lffmd
and when one in caught why is not an anexample anxmple anexample
example made of him in some me way that thatSlll tbat11I thatiIi
Slll iIi tend to make more hazardous the theplying thephln theplying
plying of such a vocation vocationTake vocationrake 1 1Take
Take the cue of the holdup of Mr
Kimball on North Temple street between
Main and St StAtf t > some two or three years yearso yearsLgnTWa
LgnTWa o ThJaholl rAJa h hellup 1 < 1 up demanded of Mr r Kim
ball baJlfrftm from behind his back that he Kim
ball throw up his hand and almost
Instantaneously after the command a bul ¬
let shattered the arm rm of Mr rr Kimball Kimballand IimballILntl Kimballand
and when Mr Kimball lmball then turned turnedaround turnedRJOund turnedound
around ound the g gun n was pointed directly at
his heart and the trigger pulled Mr r rlmbft1Is
ttlmboir life having be been m n spared through
failure of the cartridge to explode In
this case two schoolboys came out of the
house hou in front of which the holdup was wasmade WILSmade wasmade
made and ran after the holdup and
finally caught cau ht him and overpowered him himfhe himhe himbe
fhe he having in the chase thrown away
his hI gun What YhAt was done with this fel ¬
low l w Nothing more than a light little littlelentence littlelentence litti littiBentenee
lentence as I understand It This par ¬
ticular case was impressed ImprE5 ed upon the thewriter theIVTtter thevrItn
writer by his bl having passed p d the scene scenef sceneDt sceneDf
Dt f tb the holdup next morning and noting notln
the horrible bloodspattered bloodsl ttered evidence of ofthft
thft tb crime crimaThis crlmaThla crimeThis
This appeal is I made to The Herald real realhd reolIr realitring
hd Ir itring DS sr that our newspapers new pap rs are the moet nfoetEfficient niostefficient
Efficient mediums through which to get getit getIt et etIt
it all It conditions W G SMITH SMITHtIt
Salt tIt like L ke Dec 25 25A 2 2p 3
0 cSJJ 0 0f
A f GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILES PILESItching PILJSItc1itnr PILESItcbin
Itching Itcbin Blind Bleeding or Protrud Protrudmg ProtrudIng ProtrudIng
Ing Piles Your druggist will refund refundmoney refundmoney refundmoney
money if PAZO P AZO OINTMENT fails tc tojure tc5ure tcure
jure ure you ou in six to fourteen days SOC fiOcFRIGHTFULLY SOCe SOCFRIGHTFULLY SOcFRIGHTFULLY
e
FRIGHTFULLY BURNED BURNEDBotea BURNEDB BURNEDBoise
Boise B te Ida Id Dec 29 29JamM James Deweese a aiolored aolored aolored
olored man wag frightfully trihttull burned to tolay tolay tolay
lay while cleaning cleanln a coat with gasoline gasolineIt
It is supposed aUPP 8ed a match in the pocket pocketgnited pocketgntted pocketgnlted
gnited the gasoline His fI I1 woolen shirt shirtrot ahlrtl shirtreteoted
> rot l reteoted teoted oted his hl body but his face tac and hands handsKere AudBIere hazdskere
Kere roasted until the flesh peeled off offHe oftFIe offIto
He will survive
FOR BREAKFAST FOODDirectors FOOD FOOPDirectors FOODDirctors
Directors of the Manufacturers ManufacturersMerchants ManufaoturersMerchants NanufaoturersHerchants
Merchants Association Discuss DiscussQuestions DiscussQuestions DiscussQuestions
Questions of Importance ImportanceEleven
Eleven of the fifteen directors dlrectorsof of fho theManufacturers fhoManufacturers fhoManufacturers
Manufacturers Merchants association associationat
at a meeting last evening eenl 1g pased a re resolution reolutlon resolution ¬
solution pledging the support of that or organization Qrgantzotlon Q Qanization ¬
ganization to aid the authorities to put putdown putdown putdown
down the lawlessness that now seams seom Jo Jobo o obe oho
bo running runnln rampant in this city clt In part partthe portthe partthe
the resolution reads readsWe rendsVe readsWe
We Ve earnestly recommend the imme immediate Immodlate immetliate ¬
diate employment of sufficient special specialpolice specIalpolice specialpoiice
police to enable you to rid the commu community community community ¬
nity of the undesirable vicious and crim criminal crimInal crimInal ¬
inal element which now pervades our ourcity ourcity ourcity
city defying its laws and trailing trnlIln its itsgood Itsgood itsgood
good name in the mire of criticism criticismResolution crittclsmRuolution criticismResoIuUon
Resolution were also passed pa ed protest protesting protestIng protesting ¬
ing against 8lnst the parcel post bill pending
in congress as it will mitigate against againstthe againstthe againstthe
the retail merchants of the intermountain intermountaincountry Intermountaincountry Intermountaincountry
country region in favor of the grot de department d dpartment dopartment ¬
partment stores of the east Other pro proposed proposed proposed ¬
posed legislation notably the Philippine Philippinetariff PhlIlpplnetftritf Philippinetariff
tariff and the tax on teas and coffees coffeeswere coffeeswere coffeeswere
were discussed dlsouseedThe dl discussedThe cUB cd cdThe
The question of making breakfast foods foodsIn foodsIn foodsIn
In this state is to be taken up at once oncewith oncewith oncewith
with the millers of the state and a cata catalogue catalogue catalogue ¬
logue of opportunities of Investment and andof andof andof
of Industries now operating in the state statewill statewl11 statewill
will be propalred after the first of tho thoyear thoear theyear
year ear for widespread distribution Manu ¬
facturers are asked to furnish all the in ¬
formation on the subject they may have haveat haeat haveat
at their command to the manager of the theassociation theasaoclatlon theassociation
association to help him In the matter
Murray Is to be b flooded with Busy
All the Time in Utah buttons through
the Murray Business Mens organization organizationMRS organlzattoni organizationMRSILEAFGREENS
i t tMRS
MRS MRSILEAFGREENS LEAFGREENS SUIT SUITEvidence SUITEvidence SUITEvidence
Evidence Continues to Be of a Con Conflicting Conflicting Conflicting ¬
flicting Nature NatureSt
St Louis Dec 29 20Tho Tho trend of the thetestimony thoteUmony thetestimony
testimony of the witnesses for the de defense deten datense ¬
tense ten e today In the suit of Mrs Mary or orMedia orMedia orMedia
Media Leafgroen who claims to have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been married to the late Laclede J How Howard Howard Howard ¬
ard and whose who e estate e tate she Is suing for
260000 was to determine the height of ofLacleda ofLaclede ofLalede
Lacleda J Howard and the condition of ofhis ofhis ofhis
his hair whether he was bald and if ifao Ifo ifso
ao o at what age ageMrs ageArrs ageMrs
Mrs Virginia Lupton sister of Laclede LacledeJ
J Howard created much amusement amusementwhen amusementwhen amusementwhen
when she said in her testimony
I know positively that my brother was wasbald wasbald wasbald
bald In 1881 for I distinctly dlstlncU remember rememberhaving rememberhaving rememberhaving
having rubbed his hI head to make the thehair thehaIr thehair
hair grow growThe bTOWThe growThe
The witnesses for the defense in most mostpart mostpart mostpart
part were relatives of Laoledo J How Howard Howard Howard ¬
ard and employes of the EvansHoward EvansHowardPressed EVRIlsHowardProssed EvansHowardPressed
Pressed Brick company companyHorace companHorace companyHorace
Horace H Baldwin witness for tho thoplaintiff thoplaintiff theplaintiff
plaintiff testified that he was ticket ticketagent tiokotatyent
agent 8 ent for the Wabash at Palmer 111 In In1SS1 In1W In1S1
1SS1 that he knew Charles Howard the theman theman theman
man who married Media Moore now nowMrs nowMrs nowMrs
Mrs Leaf Leafgreen green that he h was present presentwhen presentwhen presentwhen
when the deposition of Charles Miller Millerthe Ml1lerthe Millerthe
the Tumwater mayor was taken In Olym Olympia Olympia Olympia
pia Wash He testified that the Tum Tumwater Tumwater Turnwater ¬
water mrfyor was not the man whom ho hoknew heknew hoknew
knew in Palmer Ill as Charles How Howard Howard Howard ¬
ard
c e eGREENEST
GREENEST G R EE N EST OF GREEN GREENDick GREENDick
Dick Egan Tells of Greatest Busher Busherof
of Them All AllDick AllDick AllDick
Dick Egan the former Salt Lake short shortstop shortstoP shortstop ¬
stop tolls a funny story on a hoosler hooslerwho hooslerwho hoosierwho
who blew into the ball grounds one day dayand dayand dayand
and asked Manager Nichols of the Poorla Poorlaclub Poorlaclub Peoriaclub
club for a chance to show what he could coulddo coUldFrom coulddo
do
From his appearance said Egan Eganthe Eganthe Eganthe
the stranger looked as though he had hadb hadbeen hadbeen
b been on sojourning in the tall pines for formany formany formany
many moons but Manager Nichols being
short on outfielders decided to let him
have a whirl at playing in right field
After we had bR tossed tOSfl the ball around for fora
a few minutes the gong rang for the first firstpractice firstImLCtice firstPradtlce
practice and Nichols turned to the Rube Rubeand Rubeand Rubeand
and said You go out In right field
Well would you believe it that hayseed hayseedwas hayscedWIS
was so green that he didnt even know knowwhore knowwhore knowwhore
whore right rl ht field was wa located After
being told to meander me nder out to right field
he stood for a moment scratching his
head and then blurted out Tell you ou the
truth Mr Nichols I am not familiar familiarwith familiarwith familiarwith
with these grounds Which is right rightIt
fIeld fIeldIt
It is needless to say that this bushers bugherssojourn busherssojourn busherssojourn
sojourn In fast company was short and
sweet sweetTO sweetTO 1
4IC1 4IC1TO
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY DAYTake DAYTake DAYTake
Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine QulninTablets QulnlnTablets QuinineTablets
Tablets Druggists refund money If it itfails itfans Itfails
fails to cure E W GROVES signa signature signatureis signature
ture tureis la on each box 25c 25cROOSEVEJLTS 250o 25cROOSEVELTS
o cS cSROOSEVELTS >
ROOSEVEJLTS ROOSEVELTS HOLIDAY HOLIDAYDaily HOLIDAYDaily
Daily Doings of the Family Faith Faithfully Faithfully Faithfully ¬
fully Jotted Down DownCharlotteaville DownCharlottesvUle DownCharlottesville
Charlottesville Va Dec 28 2 20PresIdent 20PresIdentand President Presidentand ProsldoJtand
and Mrs Roosevelt took a long hoje hojeback h hback hqjseback
back ride today and Archie and Theo Theodore Theodore Tlieodora ¬
dore had a lively rabbit hunt It Is now nowsaid nowsaid nowsaid
said to b be the presidents intention to toreturn toreturn toreturn
return to Washington VaBhln ton Saturday Saturda > night In Instead instead ¬
stead of Sunday night as a he originally orl lnalIy
intended to do doTheodore doTheodore doTheodore
Theodore Roosevelt jr and MissEthel Miss Ethel
loft North Garden tonight at 815 oclock oclockon
on the return to WashingtonThe Washington WashingtonThe TashlngtonThe
The president enjoyed enjoY d a hunting trip
for wild turkeys yesterday The local ¬
ity selected was on top of Green moun ¬
tain tam about three thr 1it miles from Pine Knob
He wa was accompanied by Peyton Scolea
jr a well w ll known resident of Albemarle Albemarlecounty Albemarleeounty Albemarlecounty
county and by Mr Omohundro Later
in the day ay the two boys Kermit and
Archie departed dep rted on a hunting trip in
the neighborhood of Keene not a great
distance from Pine Knob
Pay Your Respects To Tothe
the New Yearln Ya ± 1 H Pro ProH Prop Proper
p per r Attireo Attireou Attireoj u l T TTqdiy
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proper for N New V Years Ye rs And we weresell wei wesell
i resell sell cl1 H S M dQthes clothes v Db yOu YQUi vciu J JHrneed yOuneed
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FISHER ON oTFE THE STAND STANDOther
Other Side of the Case of Sheridan Sheridanvs
vs Brady Now ow Before the theCourt theCourt theCourt
Court at Boise BoiseSpecial BoiseSpecial BoiseSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldBoise Heralde HeraldBoe
Boise e Ida Dec 29 29The The FisherBrady FisherBradyside
side had an Inning In the famous case caseof caseof caseof
of E S Sheridan manager of the Capi Capital Capital Citpital ¬
tal News the Democratic organ vs J 3 H HBrady HBradYi HBrady
Brady BradYi chairman of otthe the Republican state stateeditor statecomm statecommittee
comm committee ttoo today C H Fisher former formerpdltor formereditor
editor and part owner of the paper took tookthe tookthe tookthe
the stand at the opening of court and andwas andwas andwas
was not released until late this even evening evenIng evening ¬
ing He went over oVer the history of the thetroubles thetroubles thetroubles
troubles of the paper and denied every everysubstantial everysubstantial everysubstantial
substantial allegation made by Sheri Sheridan Sheridan Sheridan ¬
dan his former partner in the business businessRespecting businessRespecting businessRespecting
Respecting the deal with Brady he said saidhe saldlie saidlie
lie solicited a loan from him Brady con consented confHtntOO consonted ¬
sented provided Fisher would turn over overto overto overto
to him control of the stock of the pa paper pap paper ¬
per p r He first got Sheridan to Issue a astock aatnck astck
stock certificate to him Fisher Ftsherns Ftshernstrusteo as astrustee astrustee
trustee for the t e stock of all three part partners partneraSOO partnersSOO ¬
ners neraSOO SCO shares sharesDidnt sharesDidnt sharesDidnt
Didnt Suit Brady BradyThat BradyThat BradyThat
That did not suit Brady and then Sher Sheridan SherIdan Sheridan ¬
idan was induced to make the certificate certificateto
to Townsend representing Brady With Withthis WiththIs Withthis
this was turned over 30000 of bonds of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the company Brady expressed a willing willingness wllJlngness willingness ¬
ness to advance more money He did not notattempt notattempt notattempt
attempt to dictate the policy of the pa paper paperl paper ¬
per perl saying he was satisfied with the thepolicy thepol thepolicy
policy pol cy it had been pursuing Brady he hesaid hesaId hesaid
said did not know of the famcvjs editorial editorialagainst edItorialagainst editorialagainst
against Mr Borah until after It had ap appeared appeared appeared ¬
peared in print printThe prIntThe printThe
The Salt Lake Visit Visitlusher VisitFUsher VisitFlsher
lusher identified a letter written to a aman aman aman
man named Carpenter In Salt Lake at atthe atthe atthe
the time Sheridan went down there to toget toget toget
get money from the Mormons It was wasread wasrend wasread
read The letter informed Carpenter that
Sheridan had gone down there ostensibly
to look at a press at Ogden but h he was wasmore wasmore ivanmore
more probably trying to make a deal with
the Mormon church Carpenter Was Wasasked wasaflked vas vasnaked
asked to keep an eye out for him and andreport lndreport andreport
report on his movements An Interest ¬
ing In bit of testimony was wa an estimate estimatemade estimatemade estimatemade
made by Fisher of tho value of the Cap ¬
ital News He said the plant was a lot lotof lotfJ lotIf
of fJ If old Junk worth obout 1000 and that
the entire thing good will subscription
list listand and all was worth no more than thankt
55000 55000At 5000At
At the evening session of the court W
J DArcy D Arc Arcy the other of the three quar quarrelling qunrrelUng quarrelling ¬
relling partners was on the stand and andsubstantiated andsubstantiated andsubstantiated
substantiated Fishers statements statementsTHIS statementsTHIS
11 C3 C3THIS
THIS TIMEJUJCAS Tlr TIMELUCAS E LUCAS WINS WINSReported WINSReported WINSReported
Reported That National Board Has HasAgain HasAgain HasAgain
Again Changed Its Mind MindAbout MindAbout MindAbout
About Spokane SpokaneSpokane SpokaneSpokane SpokaneSpokane
Spokane Wash Dec 29 29Spokano Spokane is no nolonger nolonger nolonger
longer territory of the Pacific Coast Coastleague Coastleoguo Coastleague
league At the recent meeting of the thenational thenatlonol thenational
national board held In New Ne York W V H
Lucas appealed ap ea1Jed and put in an argument
for tho Northwest league After listening listening1to
to his talk the board reversed Itself and andruled andruled andruled
ruled that Spokane belonged to the North Northwest Northwest Northwest ¬
west league If the Pacific Coast league Clague
had put up a fight It might have held
Spokane but this it had no desire to do
If it were located nearer Portland or
Seattle Spokane would be desirable terri ¬
tory to AS the railroad Jumps now are arevery areery areVery
very ery large it would only make them themworse themworse themworse
worse by admitting this olty prosperous prosperouss
as s it is isI IsI IsI
I just hoard that Spokane had boon boongiven boongiven boonaiven
given back to the Northwest league said
President Bert today toda This is no loss to tous tou tous
us u for we had no serious Intention of
installing a team there Spokane is too
far away It Is an all nights ride from fromeither fromeither fromeither
either Seattle or Portland PortlandPLEADING PortlandC PortlandPLEADING PortlandPLEADING
PLEADING TOR FOR C PATRICK PATRICKProminent PATRICKProminent PATRICKProminent
Prominent New York Citizens Ask AskExecutive AskExecutive AskExecutive
Executive Clemency ClemencyAlbany ClemencyAlbany ClemencyAlbany
Albany Doo 39 20Governor G Governor vernor Higgins an announced announced announced ¬
nounced tonight he had received a let letter letter letten ¬
ter from Dr McLane Hamilton of Now NowYork NowYork NewYorlc
York City Clt in which the well known knownalienist knownlIenlt knovnalienist
alienist asked for executive clemency for forAlbert forAlbert forAlbert
Albert T Patrick the New York lawyer lawyernow lawyernow lawyernow
now In Sing Sing awaiting execution executionfor executionfor
for the alleged murder of William Harsh HarshRice MarsRice MarsiRice
Rice RiceThe
The grounds on which Dr Hamilton Hamiltonhas lInmlltonhas Hamiltonhas
has asked me to interfere said Gov Governor Governor 0evornor ¬
ernor Higgins are first that he be believes belfeve beiieves ¬
lieves there is no proper evidence that thatMr thatAIr thatMr
Mr Rices death came from unnatural unnaturalcauses unnaturalcauses unnaturalcauses
causes and secondly that no confidence confidencenhould confidenceI1hould confidenceshould
should be placed In the testimony te tlmony of ofJones ofJons ofJones
Jones the valet on account of his con conflicting confUcting confilcting ¬
flicting stories storiesGovernor storiesGovernor storiesGovennor
Governor Higgins said he had received receivedother reoelvedother receivedother
other letters from other people through throughout ¬
out the state who were Interesting them themselves themselves themselves ¬
selves in Patricks behalf One of these theseletters theseletters theseletters
letters was from former Judge John F FDillon FDllJon FDillon
Dillon of New York who took the same samegrounds snmegrounds samegrounds
grounds as Dr Hamilton No execu executive executive executive ¬
tive action has as yet been taken re regarding reardlng regarding ¬
garding the letters lettersVICTIM lettersVICTIM
41 41VICTIM
VICTIM HADA HAD HADAPISTOL HADAPISTOLFatal A PISTOL PISTOLFata
Fatal Result Attended a Practical PracticalJoke PracticalJoke PracticalJoke
Joke in Indiana IndianaNotre IndianaKotre IndianaNotre
Notre Dame Ind Dec 29 29Louls Louis Ro Roquela Roquela Roquela
quela of Colombia South America a stu student studfnt student ¬
dent atNotre at Notre Dame university tonight tonightshot tonightzhot totiightshot
shot and killed Claude A Bagby of Du Durungo Dur Dursng
rungo r ng Colo Cob when Bagby and several severalolher severalolller severaloilier
olher students as a practical joke held heldup bei heldup < t tup
up Roquela mistaking him for another anotherperson anotherperson anotherperson
person Several students planned a i mimic mimichol mimichoMup mimicholdup
hol holdup < 5up of a friend expecting eX acting him to topass t tpass tpass
pass a certain place where they lay In Inwait Inwatt Inwait
wait Roquela came along and the stu students stud etadents ¬
dents d nts thinking him their victim orderbd orderbdhm orderbdhm orderedhim
hm to hold up his hands Instead Ro Roquela Roquela Roquela ¬
quela drew a revolver and fired The Thebullet ThebulJet Thebullet
bullet struck Bagby near the heart and andhe andhe andhe
he died in five minutes Bagby was JO JOyears o oyears Uyears
years of age Roquela who is 21 years yearsof yearsof yearsof
of age is taking an engineering course courseRoquela courieRoquela c cRoquela
Roquela Is crushed over the affair al although although atthough ¬
though he supposed the attack on him himto himto himto
to be genuine and acted on tho defen defensive defenslvD defensive ¬
sive siveWILL siveWILL
lCt lCtWILL
WILL MEET IN SALT LAKE LAKEMembers LAKErIembers LAKEIembers
Members of Western Surgical and andGynecological andGynecological andGynecological
Gynecological Society to Gather GatherHere GatherHere GatherHere
Here Next Year YearA
A dispatch from Kansas City last night nightannounced nightannounced nightannounced
announced that the Western Surgical SurgicalGynecological SurgicalGynecological SurgicalGynecological
Gynecological society had decided to hold holdits holdIts holdIts
its next annual meeting In Salt Lake Lakeduring LakedurIng Lakeduring
during Christmas week of 190C 190CThis 1006This 190GThis
This action follows a formal Invitation Invitationextended invitationottended invitationotttnded
extended by Governor John C Cutler Cutlerthrough Cutlerthrouth Cutlerthrough
through Dr S C Baldwin of Salt Lake LakeDr LakeDr LakeDr
Dr Baldwin hag been attending the meet meetIng meetJng meetIng
Ing of the society in Kansas City and andwaa andwa andwas
was wa equipped with a letter from Governor GovernorCutler GovernorCutler QYornor QYornorCutler
Cutler urging the society to meet here hereTfce here1he herette
Tfce Western Surgical Gynecological Gynecologicalsociety GynecologicalsQctet Gynecologicalsociety
society has among its members leading leadingphysicians leadingphyslolans leadingphysicians
physicians and surgeons of all the north northern northern northcnn ¬
ern states west of the Missouri and will willbring wHlbring willbring
bring to Salt Lake A large gathering gatherlngotmen of ofmen ofinca
men noted in the profession professionRESTRAINED professiono professionRESTRAINED professionRESTRAINED
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RESTRAINED HIS FEELINS FEELINSAtlanta FEELINSAtlanta FEELINSAtlanta
Atlanta Constitution ConstitutionYou ConstitutionYou
You might set down thar said the thoviflower thewIdower thewidower
wIdower to the town poot who was writ writing vTltIng writbig ¬
ing obituary lines that shes now a fly flyIn flyIn flyin
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All right Anything else elseNo cllJeNo elSeNo
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QUITE QUITETHETHING QUITETHETHINGPhiladelphia THE THING THINGPhiladelphia THINGPhlladephla
Philadelphia Ledger LedgerEditor LedgerEditorIm LedgerEditorIm
Editor EditorIm Im surprised that Nuritch Nuritchdidnt Nurttchdidnt Nuritchdidnt
didnt want any notice in our society societycolumn soclctycolumn societycolumn
column about his going to Europe EuropeReporter EuropeReporterWell
Reporter ReporterWell Well you ou see he wants to togive togive togive
give the impression that hes so swell swellEOW swellnow swoilnow I
now that his hi going to Europe shouldnt shouldntexcite shcmtdntexcite shuildntexcite
excite any comment at all
MORALES IS FIGHTING FIGHTINGPresident FIGHTINGPresident FIGHTINGPresident
President of Santo Domingo Trying Tryingto
to Regain lost Prestige by byForce byForce byV
V Force of Arms ArmsSan ArmsSan ArmsSan
San Domingo JJepubllc of Santo Do Domingo Domingo Domingp ¬
mingo Deo De 29 29The The United States gun gunboat gunboltDub gunboff ¬
boat boltDub Dubuque que arrived here tills afternoon afternoonThe afternoonTho afternoonThe
The converted yacht Scorpion will leave leavetomorrow leavetomorrow leavetomorrow
tomorrow for Monte ChrIsti ChristThe ChrIstiThe ChristiThe
The whereabouts of President Morales MoralesIs
Is as yet unknown unknownThe unknownThe unknownThe
The city and vicinity are quiet Tele Telegraph TelGgrtph Telsgraph ¬
graph communication has been reestab ¬
lished Business is dull and a a feeling
of unrest unre t prevails Several arrests have
been madeVnshlngton madeWashington made madeWashington
Washington Dec 29 29Mr Mr Dawson min ¬
ister at Santo Domingo telegraphs re reports reperts noperth ¬
ports that the president is still fighting
near Jalma with a small force Forces of
Jlmlnez are advancing from Monte Chris Christi
ti against Santiago Santo Domingo City
Is quiet but apprehensive apprehensiveWashington apprehensiveWnshlngton apprehensiveWahington
Washington Dec 29 29A A telegram has hasooen
been ooen received at the state department
from the American consul at Puerto Plata Platasaying Plutas61ng Platasaying
saying that a small force is reported con concentrating conc6ntratlng concontrsJng ¬
centrating at a Ouayabin Perez is report reported reported reported ¬
ed at Monte Christ and Caceres has hassailed hassalled liesSailed
sailed for the capital capitalSENT capitalSENT capitalSENT
SENT UP FOR 45 YEARS YEARSSentence YEARSSent YEARSSentence
Sentence Sent nce Passed Upon Murderer of ofIrene ofIrene ofIrene
Irene Klowkow KlowkowChicago KlowkowChicago KlowkowChicago
Chicago Dec 29 29Dr Dr Oliver B Hart Hartson Hartson Hartson
son of a wealthy resident of St Louis Louiswho Louiswho Louiswho
who pleaded guilty two weeks ago to the themurder themurder themurder
murder of Irene Klowkow 10 years of ofage ofage ofage
age in his residence In Rogers Park last lastOctober JastOctober lastOctober
October was sentenced today by Judge JudgeBarnes JudgeBarnes JudgeBarnes
Barnes in the criminal court to forty
five years oors in the penitentiary The child childwas childwas childwas
was left alone In the house with Hart Hartwho Hartwho Hartwho
who It was charged at the trial drugged druggedher druggedher druggedher
her with morphine and then maltreated maltreatedher
her herThe
The morphine resulted In the childs childsdeath chlldsdeath childsdeath
death and when neighbors broke Into Intothe Intothe intothe
the house a few hours later they tho found foundHart foundHart foundHart
Hart in a semiconscious condition from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the effects of some drug he having made madean mndean madean
an attempt to commit suicide suicideA
A number of persons who testified at atthe attho atthe
the trial agreed that he was not men mentally mentaIty mentally ¬
tally responsible and that he had tho thomind thomind thomind
mind of a boy about 12 years old oldFAVORITE oldO oldFAVORITE oldFAVORITE
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FAVORITE NUMBERS NUMBERSSome NmdBERSSom IUMBERSSome
Some People Have Habit of Repeat Repeating Repeating Repeating ¬
ing Numerals to Themselves ThemselvesMost Themselveslfost ThemselvesMost
Most people have favorite numbers numberssays numberssays numberssays
says the Chicago Chronicle One man manwho manwho manwho
who does much muchtrnvellng traveling likes 5 above aboveall aboveall aboveall
all others Every time his train stops stopsat
at a station he looks out eagerly to see seeif seeIf seeif
if there Is a freight car or two about aboutbearing aboutbearing aboutbearing
bearing a number with the digit 5 in it itIf ItIf itIf
If the 5 happens to be the last figure figurein
in the number he Is particularly pleas pleased pleased pleased ¬
ed and should the number be made up upentirely UPentirely upentirely
entirely of fives his happiness lasts for fordays fordays forclays
days at a time Whenever he sees one oneof oneot oneof
of his favorite numbers out of the win window window window ¬
dow he timidly closes his eyes for fear fearthat fearthat fearthat
that the next number will contain no nofives nofivos nofives
fives fivesAnother fivosAnother fivesAnother
Another man who has a chronic case caseof caseof caseof
of numeral fever feverts Is j distressed for blocks blocksafter blocksafter blocksafter
after he sees a No 13 or a number the thesum theBum thesum
sum of whose digits is 13 The pain of
49 67 80 8 139 148 157 166 175 Is just as asgroat asIITQat asgqat
groat as that of oLplain plain 18 and going by byfamiliar byfamlUar byfamiliar
familiar houses on the street cars he helearna helearnfJ helearns
learns not to look un at them if they theyboar theybear theyboar
boar figures that bring gloomy 13 Into Intohis Intohis intohis
his mind mindThis mindThls mindThis
This mathematician Is as eager to tofind tofind tofind
find certain kinds of figures as he is isanxious isanxious isanxious
anxious to avoid certain others Any Anynumber Anynumber Anynumber
number the sum of whose digits can beevenly be beevenly beevenly
evenly divided by the number of those thosedigits thosedigits thosedigits
digits will ill give him no little pleasure pleasureFor pleasureFor pleasureFor
For Instance 345 will send a thrill of ofdelight ofdelight ofdelight
delight through the amateur mathe mathematician mathematician mathematician ¬
matician The sum of the digits Is 12 12and 12and 12and
and that divided by the number of ofdigits ofdigits ofdigits
digits 8 leaves the even number 4 4Of 4Of 4Of
Of course the larger the number the theless theleS9 theless
less chance there is for success In the thelittle theUtUegame thelittle
little UtUegame game and therefore the serious seriousminded seriousminded seriousminded
minded man who plays It avoids so BOfar sofar sofar
far as possible long streets where there thoroare theroare thereare
are many digits If he must travel travelalong travelalong travelalong
along such a route he takes a look at atseveral atseveral atseveral
several numbers out of the corner of ofhis ofhis ofhis
his eys and after he has found one onethat onethat onethat
that satisfies the teat he follows the thecustom thecustom thecustom
custom of the outoftown freight car carenumoratpr carenum carenumoratpr
enumoratpr enum tatJJr and tries best to see no nomore nomore nomore
more more numbers of any kind for the rest restof restof restof
of his Journey JourneyAnother journeyAnother JourneyAnother
Another citizen is compelled to keep keeptrack keeptrack keeptrack
track of the steps he takes in crossing crossingstreets crossingstreets crossingstreets
streets from curb to curb His chief chiefobject chiefobject chiefobject
object Is to cover the intervening dis distance distance dintancti ¬
tance in 1 5 9 13 or any other number numberof
of steps that is based on the principle principleunderlying principleunderlvlng principleunderlying
underlying all these In his youth he helearned helearned helearned
learned learned to count things In fours using usingthese usIngthese usingthese
these words Instead of numbers in the theprocess theprocess theprOcesS
process Silk satin calico rags and andrepeating andrepeating andrepeating
repeating them If necessary over and andover andover andover
over again againThey againThey againThey
They survive now that he Is over 30 30in 30In SOin
in only one form and that Is street streetcrossing streetcrossing streetcrossipg
crossing He will take small steps or orsteps orstep9 orsteps
steps large enough to strain a tendon tendonin
in his leg he will run the risk of be being beIng being ¬
ing run over by a street car or an auto automobile automoblle automobile ¬
mobile all for the sake of arriving at atthe atthe atthe
the other curb in silk or satin satinNow satinNow satinNow
Now and then when he le is in a 3 great greathurry greathurry greathurry
hurry or Is walking with some digni dignified dlgnifIed dignifled ¬
fied friend he Is obliged to reaoh reaoha reaohasidewalk asidewalk a asidewalk
sidewalk in rags For several min minutes minutes mm mmutes ¬
utes afterward he Is no fit companion companionlife
life seems to him to be one black fall fallure finUre I1 I1Ure
ure
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Chicago Tribune TribuneWhores TribuneWhores TribuneWhores
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tions asked the caller callorHere ca1lorHere callerHere
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there anything an thlng I can do for you youYes youYes 1 1Yes
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for another kind of animal animalPerfectly animalPerfectly 1 1Perfectly
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body should ride up here in a sixhorse sixhorsecoach sixhorseconch sixhorsecoach
coach to ask you what a darned fool Is Isyou Isyou isyou
you can tell him Its a man that bets 54 54on 4 4on 4on
on another mans game I bellevo thats thatsall thatsall thatsall
all this time Good day dayHEROIC dayG dayHEROiC
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of starting for church that there wasnt wasntan
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sons next n > xt door suggested Mrs Fer Ferguson Ferguson Ferguson ¬
guson They never go to church churchNo churchNo churchNo
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firmness It is wrong to borrow um umbrellas umbrellAs urnbrolina ¬
brellas on Sunday I should havo bought boughtone
one yesterday I shall punish myself for formy forIl1Y formy
my carelessness by b not going to church churchthis churchthis churchthis
this morning morningbThereupon
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self still further by reclining In an easy easyohatr
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paper
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Leaders of the Great Political Parties Partiesin
in England Nightly Harangue Haranguethe
the Voters VotersLondon VotersLondon VotersLondon
London Dec 29 29Slr Sir Henry Camp CampbellBannerman CampbellBannerman CampbellBaflhlorman
bellBannerman the oremler and andArthur an anArthur andArthur
Arthur J Balfour the former pre premier premier preinier ¬
mier respective leaders of the two twogreat twogreat twogreat
great parties now drawn up In battle battlearray battlearray battlearray
ad addressed addressed addressed ¬
array in the United Kingdom
dressed large audiences tonight tonightThe tonightThe tonightThe
The premier spoke at Dunfermline DunfermlineScotland Dunferml1neScotland DunfermlifleScotland
Scotland making fiscal reform his hisbattleory hisbattleory hisbattlecry
battleory In answering a question questionhe que Uon Uonhe
he said he did not favor a separate separateindependent separateindopendent separateindependent
independent measure for Ireland but butIntimated butintimated butIntimated
Intimated that that country should shouldhaye shouldhave shouldhave
have a legislature subordinate to the theImperial theimperial theImperial
Imperial parliament parliamentMr
Mr Balfour talking to a a sym sympathetic sympathetic sympathetic ¬
pathetic audience at Queens hall hallLondon hallLondon hailLondon
London asked Will you have fiscal fiscalreform fisc31reform fiscalreform
reform or home rule for this Is the thetrue thetrue thetrue
true Issue of tho campaign campaignWJH campaignWIll 7 7WIlli
WIll Fight Protection ProtectionSir
Sir Henry CampbellBannerman CampbellBannermansaid
said that the Liberals would fight fightprotection fightrotectlon fightprotection
protection and nd fiscal reform during duringthe duringthe duringthe
the campaign as they did while In op opposition opposition opposition ¬
position while the former premier premieraald jremiersaid
said ald that fiscal reforms would be the thefirst thefirst thefirst I
first great question with which the theUnionist theUnionist theUnionist
Unionist party would have to deal dealwhenever dealwhenever dealwhenever
whenever it was returned to power powerbecause powerbecause powerbecause
because It was a question in which whichthe whichthe whichthe
the welfare of the country was bound boundvs boundMr boundMr
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vsMr Mr Balfour plainly indicated that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the whole attack of Unionists Unioniststhroughout Unioniststhroughout Unioniststhroughout
throughout the present campaign campaignwould cam campaignwould algn algnwould
would bo cantered on the assumed In Intention intention Intention ¬
tention of the Liberal party to give giveIreland giveIreland giveIreland
Ireland control of its own affairs affairsthrough affaIrsthrough affairsthrough
through an executive directly respon responsible responsible responsible ¬
sible to an Irish elective body This ThisMr ThisMr ThisMr
Mr Balfour believed would Inevita Inevitably inevitably Inovitably ¬
bly lead to a separation which he ad admitted admitted admitted ¬
mitted would be preferable to tho con continued continued continned ¬
tinued parliamentary turmoil conse consequent consequent consequent ¬
quent on half way measures measuresSir measuresSir measuresSir
Sir Henry CempbellBannerman de devoted devoted devoted ¬
voted almost his entire speech to an anattack anattack anattack
attack on the fiscal propositions of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Unionists and said it was the theduty theduty theduty
duty of the Liberals to bury any anyparty anyparty anyparty
party supporting Joseph Chamberlain ChamberlainSir
Sir Edward Grey the foreign secre secretary secretary sceretary ¬
tary speaking to his constituents const1 fJcnts at atBelford atBelford atBelford
Belford Northumberland today said saidthat saidthat saidthat
that the carrying out of Mr Cham Chamberlains Chamb Chambdrlalns ¬
berlains b rlalns policy would mean the ruin ruinof ruinof ruinof
of the national prosperity He as assured assured assured ¬
sured his audience that the Liberals Liberalshad Liberalshad Liberalshad
had no Intention of granting home homerule homerule homerule
rule but that they hoped to do much muchfor muchfor muchfor
for Ireland
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Utica N Y Deo 29 29lfexlcana Mexicana a anew anew anew
new comic opera was produced for the thefirst thefirst thefirst
first time by the Messrs Shubert at the theMajestic theMnjesUc thehthjestic
Majestic theatre tonight Christie Mc McDonald McDonald McDonald ¬
Donald Thomas Q Seabrooke and Jo Joaeph JoHeph Joueph
aeph Herbert were principals in the cast castRaymond cutl castitaymond
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Now York Doc 29 29DJstrlet District Attorney AttorneyJerome AttorneyJerome AttorneyJerome
Jerome tonight announced a a number of ofchanges othnngO ofhanges
changes hnngO on his staff to go Into effect effactJan eff effectJan t tJan
Jan 1 Tho most Important retirement retirementis
is that of Assistant Distrlot Attorney
William Rand Randz jr who handled the th e Nan NanPatterson NanPatterlilOn NanPatterson
Patterson and and Abraham Hummel oases oasesamong oueSt oasesamong
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