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8 I T THE SALT LA LAKE KF HERALD WEDNESDAY EDlESDA Di Y JANUARY 10 1906 0 1 >
SENATE DECIDES TO INVESTIGATE INVESTIGATEI
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j AII AllMatters 11 Matters Relating to the Panama CanalWill Canal Will Be Gone Over Overby Overby Overby
by Committee CommitteeResolution Resolution Drafted by bySenator bySenator bySenator
Senator Gorman j
Washington Jan 9 All All matters re relating relatlng relating
lating to the Panama canal and nd the thegovernment thEf thEfgovernment thegovernment
government of the canal zone and the themanagement themanagement themanagement
management of the Panama railroad railroadwill railroadwill
will 111 be investigated by the senate cominittee com committee camInittee ¬
Inittee on interoceanic canals This Thiswas Thiswas Thiswas
was decide de lde l today at the first meeting meetingof
of the committee committeeThe cPmmittee cPmmitteeThe mmittee mmitteeThe
The investigation i estigation will begin on Tues Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday ¬
day next although there may be a spe special special special ¬
cial meeting in the interim to take up upthe upthe upthe
the nominations of canal commission commissioners ¬
ers ersWhen When the committee was called to or order order order ¬
der there were w re present Senators MIllard Mil Millard Millard
lard chairman Kittredge Hopkins HopkinsKnox HapkinsKnax HopkinsKnox
Knox Morgan Taliaferro and Gorman GormanThe GormanThe GormanThe
The nominations of commissioners were wereHSDRGEHR wereINSURGENTS wereINSURGENTS
INSURGENTS HOLD THE T FORT FORTUnless FORTUnless FORTUnless
Unless Some of the Recalcitrant RecalcitrantHouse RecalcitrantHouse RecalcitrantHouse
House Republicans Can CanBe Be Cajoled CajoledJoint CajoledJoint CajoledJoint
Joint Statehood Is Dead DeadWashington DeadTashington DeadWashington
Washington Jan 9 9Speaker Speaker Can Cannons Cannons Cannons ¬
nons efforts to win the Insurgents over overtoi overta overto
toi ta the Hamilton joint statehood bill billhave bilIhave billhave
have met with little success apparently apparentlyand apparentlyand
and the joint statehood proposition is isstill istlll isstill
still tlll shrouded in uncertainty The in insurgents insurgents insurgents ¬
surgents claim they have more than thanfiftyeight thanfiftyeight thanfiftyeight
fiftyeight votes the number which whichcoupled whichcaupled whichcoupled
coupled with the solid Democratic vote votewill vatewill votewill
will force a consideration of amend amendments amendments amendments ¬
ments to the Hamilton bill Two or orthree orthree orthree
three Republicans are reported to have havebeen haveboon havebeen
been won over to the administration administrationmeasure administrationmeasure administrationmeasure
measure through SpeakerCannon Speaker Cannon but butthe buttha butthe
the weakening in the opposition is so soSligtit soSUglit soslight
slight that until further changes are arebrought arebraught arebrought
brought about the Hamilton bill will willnot w1l1nat willnot
not be taken before the house houseAll hauseAll houseAll
All sorts of compromises have been tieensuggested beensuggested beensuggested
suggested by the insurgents but have havemet havemet havemet
met with no favor avar at the hands of sup supporters supporlers supporters
porters of joint statehood The last lastcompromise lastcompramise lastcompromise
compromise offered by the insurgents insurgentswas
was the Insertion of the single word wordeach wardeach wordeach
each where it would provide that the thepeople thepeaple thepeople
people of New Mexico and Arizona Arizonashould Arizanashould Arizonashould
should decide by popular vote whether whetherthay whetherth whetherthey
they th y would accept joint statehood statehoodCQLL1NS statehoodd statehoodCQLLINS
d 0 0CQLL1NS
CQLL1NS OUT ON BAIL BAILSan BAILSan BAILSan
San Francisco Jan 9 9Gearge George D DCollins DCallins DCollins
Collins has secured his release from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the county caunt jail by giving a bond of 7
500 with Mrs Sarah McCurdy his hismotherinlaw hismotherinlaw hismotherinlaw
motherinlaw and her daughter Clar Clarice Clarice Clarice ¬
ice McCurdy Collins as s sureties The Thebond Thebond Thebond
bond pledges two pieces of property
taken takenup up but on account accoun of absentees absenteesand absenteesand I
and the fact that thatft it had been intimated intimatedthat intimatedthat intimatedthat
that it might be desired to have hear hearings hearings hearings ¬
ings in regard to one or more of them themthey themthey themthey
they were w reIlaidover laid over for the present presentThe presentThe presentThe
The formation farri1 ti n of > a programme in re regard regard regard ¬
gard to canal affairs was then consid considered cansIdered considered ¬
ered All members of the committee committeeagreed committeeagreed committeeagreed
agreed that there t lere should be bean an inquiry inquiryand Inquiryand inquiryand
and the scope scapewas was considered at length lengthThere lengthThere lengthThere
There seemed to be b a sentiment In fa favor faIvar falvor
Ivar vor of reviewing afrevI wjng the work of the canalcommission canal canalcommission can cancammissIon
commission from its inception Senator SenatorGorman SenatorGorman SenatorGorman
Gorman drafted a resolution for intro introduction intraductIanin introduetlon ¬
duction ductIanin In the senate by Chairman Mil Millard Millard bfillard
lard giving th thg committee authority to toengage taengage toengage
engage in such an inquiry inquiryIt
It was informally agreed that the thequestion thequestion thequestion
question of o salaries should be one of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the questions considered consideredPRINTERS cansideredPRINTERS consideredPRINTERS
PRINTERS GAINING GAININGIN GAINING GAININGIN
IN THE 8HOUR FIGHT FIGHTMontreal FIGHTMontreal FIGHTMontreal
Montreal Jan 9 9Seventyfive union unionprinters unianprinters unionprinters
printers employed on the Gazette news newspaper newspaper newspaper ¬
paper are on strike Trouble came up upin upIn upin
in the job office over overan an apprentice aj > and andthe andthe andthe
the newspaper staff of machine men menWas menwas menwas
Was called out In sympathy The Ga Gazette Gazette Gazette ¬
zette proprietors have declared their theirestablishment theirestab1ishment theirestablishment
establishment an open shop and an announce annaunce announce ¬
nounce that their paper will be pub published published published ¬
lished as usualNew usual usualNew usualNew
New York Jan 9 90ut Out of 247 printing print printing printing ¬
ing houses in this city 210 have signed signedthe signedthe signedthe
the eighthour day and closed shop shopagreement shapagreement shopagreement
agreement with W ith the printers according
to a statement Issued today by Presi President President President ¬ I
dent McCormick of Typographical Typographicalunion Tyf Tyfographicalunion > agraphicali agraphicaliunian
union Np 6 6BLAZE 6BLAZE I
BLAZE AT SAN FRANCISCO FRANCISCOSan
San Francisco Jan 9 9T1e TJie a stable stableand stableand stableand
and yards of the Overland Freight FreightTransfer FreightTransfer FreightTransfer
Transfer company situated s1tuat a in the mid middle middle middle ¬
dle of the block on Bryant street be between between between ¬
tween Fourth and Fifth streets nar narrowly narrowly narrowly ¬
rowly escaped complete destruction by
fire this morning Twenty horses out outof autat outof
of 230 stabled at the time of the fire firewere firewere firewere
were burned Fortythree trucks and andwagons andwagons andwagons
wagons were destroyed and the dam damage damage damage ¬
age to buildings and valuable freight freightstored freightstored freightstored
stored In the sheds amounts approxi approximately approximately approximately ¬
mately to 150000 The origin of the thefire thefire thefire
fire is not known knownI
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I GO ANYWHERE ANYWHERETo
To photograph anything Harry Ship
ler Commercial Photographer 151 So SoMain SaMain SoMain
Main Phones Ph ones Bell 2825K Ind 1174
DECIDES CHINESE MUST UST GO GOHong GOHQng GOHong
Hong Wing and Five Other Celes Celestials CelcstiaIs Celestials
tials Pall Under the Ban of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Exclusion Law LawCincinnati Lawcincinnati LawCincinnati
Cincinnati Of 0 Jan 9 9The The case of ofHong ofHong r rHang
Hong Wing against the United States Statesinvolving Statesinvolving Statesinvolving
involving the Chinese exclusion act actwas actw actwas
was w decided In favor favar of f the United UnitedStates UnitedStates
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States in the United States court of ofappeals ofappeals ofappeals
appeals in this city the th court holding holdingthat holdingthat holdingthat
that the act of April A > 7 1904 continued continuedthe ca tinued tinuedthe
the exclusion excIusianRct act in in full forge congress congresshaving congresshaving congresshaving
having full power to do so soHong s sHong sq sqHong
Hong Wing is one orSix Chinamen Chinamenwho Chinamenwha Chinamenwho
who had beenordered been ordered deported under underthe underthe underthe
the provisions of the Chineseexclusion Chineseexclusionact Chinese exclusion excusianact exclusionact
act and the cases being identical the theone theone theone
one decision will apply to all six At Attorneys Attarneys Attorneys ¬
torneys for the applicant maintained maintainedthat maintainedthat maintainedthat
that the exclusion act was void and andthat andthat andthat
that further clients could not be de deported deported deported ¬
ported portedThe portedThe portedThe
The decision was announced byJudge byJudgeRichards byTudgeRIchards byJudgeRichards
Richards who said that the main point pointpresented paIntpresented pointpresented
presented to the court was whether the theact theact theact
act of April 7 1904 continued the Chi Chinese Chinese Chinese ¬
nese exclusion act in force and the thecourt thecourt thecourt
court was satisfied that it did do so sowithout sowithaut sowithout
without reference to any existing existingtreaties existingtreaties existingtreaties
treaties or returns The act was passed passedIn
In view of the treaty expiring and it ithad ithad itbad
had continued the provisions of thetreaty the thetreaty thetreaty
treaty Congress has the power pawermodify to tomodify tomodify
modify reject or of concur c ncur in treaties treatiesand treatiesand treatiesand
and it had done what whntwas was wholly with withing wIthing withing
ing Its power in passing this act The Thedecision Thedecisian Thedecision
decision of the lower court was there therefore therefore therefore ¬
fore sustained and the appeal dis dismissed dismissed ¬
missed missedLETTER missedL
LETTER L TTER E R MILD i IN TONE TONECommander TONECommander TONECommander
Commander Young Reprimanded by bySecretary bySecretary bySecretary
Secretary of the Navy NavyWashington NavyWdshingtan NavyWashington
Wdshingtan Washington Jan 9 9Before Before his de departure departure departure ¬
parture for Charlestown Charlestown Secretary SecretaryBonaparte SecretaryBanaparte SecretaryBonaparte
Bonaparte wrote a letter of reprimand reprimandto I
to Commander Lucien Young in execu execution executian execution ¬
tion of the sentence of the courtmar courtmartial courtmartial ¬ i itial
tial which found that officer guilty of ofremissions ofremIssions ofremissions
remissions of duty in connection with withthe withthe withthe
the boiler explosion on the gunboat gunboatBennington gunbaatBennington gunboatBennington
Bennington The reprimand is not notwhat 11atwhat notwhat
what is known knatIlin in the navy as a public publicreprimand publicreprimand publicreprimand
reprimand the nature of which nat naturally naturally naturally ¬
urally requires that it shall be admin administered administered administered ¬
istered in a public manner In view of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the peculiar circumstances of the case caseAssistant caseAssistant caseAssistant
Assistant Secretary Newberry who is isacting Isacting isacting
acting as secretary has decided thatthe that thatthe thatthe
the letter shall not be made public by bythe bythe bythe
the navy department and that its pub publication pubIIcatIan publication ¬
lication shall be left to the discretion discretionof
of the recipient The reprimand is issomewhat issamewhat issomewhat
somewhat mild in tone and the letter letteris
is not altogether uncomplimentary to toCommander toComm toCommander
Commander Comm nder Young It is therefore not notat natat notat
at all ll unlikely that Commander Young Youngwill Youngwill Youngwill
will himself consent to its publication publicationLAID pubUcatianLAID publicationLAID
LAID UP FOR REPAIRS REPAIRSNorfolk REPAIRSNorfalk REPAIRSNorfolk
Norfolk Va Jan 9 9The The United UnitedStates UnttedStates UnitedStates
States battleship Alabama arrived at atthe atthe atthe
the Norfolk navy yard this afternoon afternooncoming afternoonc afternooncoming
coming c ming for repairs She will be de detained detained detained ¬
tained at the yard ten days
HOW CATHOLICSINMEMBERS CATHOLICS CATHOLICSWIN
WIN MEMBERS INMEMBERSRev MEMBERSRev
Rev Henry I St S rk k Tells of the Mis Mission Mission Mislion ¬
sion of f thePaulist thePaulistCommunity the Paulist PaulistCommunity PaulistCommunity
Communityt CommunityCONVERTS Community CommunityCONVERTS CommunityCONVERTS
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CONVERTS NONCATHOLICS NONCATHOLICSHOW NONCATHOLICSHOW t
HOW HOW THEQLOGY AND ND MORALS MORALSARE MO MORALSARE ALS ALSARE
ARE EXPLAINED EXPLAINEDThere EXPLAINEDThere
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There are 50000000 persons in the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States who are not connected connectedwith connectedwith connectedwith
with any religious denomination and it itis itis itis
is the mission of the Paulist Fathers to towin tawin towin
win these to the Catholic churchThis church churchThis churchThis
This was the statement of Rev Henry HenryI
I L Stark at the home of Rt Rev Bishop
Scanlan Father Stark spoke from fromthe framthe fromthe
the pulpit of St Marys cathedral cathedraltwice cathedraltwice cathedraltwice
twice Sunday At the evening evenIngmeeting meeting
he told the work of the Paulist Fathers Fathersin
in saving the boys in the slum districts districtsof districtsof
of the large cities He is on his way froma from froma
a tour through the southern states to his hishome hishome hishome
home In San Francisco and left for the thewest thewest thewest
west yesterday yesterdaymorning morning
Speaking of the organization he repre represents represents represents ¬
sents and its work in the Catholic church churchFather churchFather churchFather
Father Stark said saidThe saidThe saidThe
The Paulist Community was organized organizedin
in New York city in 1S58 by b r Rev Isaac IsaacHecker IsaacHecker IsaacHecker
Hecker a convert to Catholicism who de devoted devoted dovoted ¬
voted the remainder of his life to the thework thework thework
work It is an American institution Its Itsmembership Itsmembership Itsmembership
membership is made up of graduates from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the Catholic University of America located lo located 10cated ¬
cated at Washington D C There are aresixty aresixty aresixty
sixty Paulist Fathers now at work in this thiscountry thiscountry thiscountry
country They have parishes in New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York Chicago and San Francisco The Theprincipal Theprincipal Theprincipal
principal headquarters are in New York YorkReal YorkI YorkReal
I Real Work of the Order OrderThe OrderThe OrderThe
The work of of the Paulist Fathers is to toconvert taccnvert toconvert
convert nonCatholics to the church This Thisis Thisis Thisis
is done by explaining the system of the theology theology theology ¬
ology and morals of the Catholic churcU churcUWe churctlVe churcpWe
We go g from parish to parish on the in invitation invitation invitation ¬
vitation of the priests and give series of oflectures oflectures oflectures
lectures These are always well attended attendedOrdinarily attendedOx attendedOrdinarily
Ordinarily Ox they are held in ina a public hall halland halland halland
and are open to the public in general A Afeature Afeature Afeature
feature is a question box at the door for forthe forthe forthe
the reception of any questions that per persons persons persons ¬
sons may desire to ask Receptions are areheld areheld areheld
held in the afternoons for those who de desire desire desire ¬
sire more complete Information than Is Isgiven Isgiven isgiven
given in the lectures lecturesRev lecturesRev lecturesRev
Rev John Marks Hanley and myself myselfhave myselfhave myselfhave
have just completed a missionary missi nary tour of ofa ofa ofa
a portion of the south We get no salary
for this work and our expenses are light lightbecause lightbecause lightbecause
because we live at the homes of the thepriests thepriests thepriests
priests Before going south we made a atrip atrip atrip
trip through Alaska He held meetings meetingsin
in gambling gam ling dens saloons and other pub public pUblic public ¬
lic places We were received well wher wherever wherever wherever ¬
ever we went in that lawless country
You would be surprised at the number numberof
of men anxious for religious instruction
We never have difficulty in getting au audiences audiences audiences ¬
diences Often we meetwith meet with strenuous streriiious1opposition strenlIousoppo strenuousopposition
opposition oppo it1an I will leave for the Hawaiian Hawaiianislands Hawaiianislands Hawaiianislands
islands soon after my arrival in San SanFrancisco SanFrancisca SanFrancisco
Francisco andwill and will continue on to China ChinaJapan ChlnaJapan ChinaJapan
Japan and the Philippine islands islandsEfforts IslandsEfforts IslandsEfforts
Efforts Among the theI theChinese theChineseMost I Chinese ChineseMost j jMost
Most of ofmywork mywork my wark for the past fifteenmonths fifteen fifteenmonths I Imonths
months has been among the Chinese In InSan tnSan inSan
San Francisco We have a school of SOP SOUChinese 300Chineso SOPChinese
Chinese children there This is conduct conducted ¬
ed under the auspices of the Helpers or orthe OJ OJthe of ofthe
the Holy Soul Five of the sisters area areanatives are arenatives aren
natives n tlves of China They speak not only onlyvChinese
Chinese but Italian French and English EnglisliThey EnglishThey EnglishThey
They are influential not only in this thiscountry thiscountry thiscountry
country but in China as well There are areeighteen areeighteen areeighteen
eighteen sisters in our school altogether altogetherand alt gether getherand
and they are doing splendid work among
the boys of the Chinese quarter quarterFather quarterFather quarterFather
Father S Stark ark is a young man filled with withenthusiasm withenthusiasm withenthusiasm
enthusiasm He gives evidence ofa of j thorough thor thorough thorough ¬
ough education wide reading ana ancr exteri exterisive exteIisive exterisive =
sive travel As a public speaker spec et he Is Isespecially IsespeciallJ isespecially
especially effective He says there ere is isa isaclass a aclass aclass >
class of fortyfive young men menln In the
Catholic University of America being ed educated educated educated ¬
ucated for the Paulist Community CommunityBANKING CommunityBA
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K TO BE LOOKED L OKED INTO INTOChicago INTOChlCago 0 0Chicago
Chicago Jan 9 9AU All power or or con control controlln control ¬
trol trolln in the Chicago National and Home HomeSavings H HdmeSavings me meSavings
Savings banks formerly controlled by
John R Walsh passed today from the thestockholders thestockhalders thestockholders
stockholders to the presidents presid nts of six sixother sbather sixother
other Chicago banks which form the thecommittee thecommittee thecommittee
committee that th t has in charge the li liquidation 11quidatian IIquidation
quidation of the assets of the t e two twobanks twobanks twobanks
banks banksAlthough banksAlthaugh banksAlthough
Although many m any of the stockholders stockholdershad stockhalderShad
had surrendered their proxies for the themeeting themeeting themeeting
meeting it has been decided by a number num number num number ¬
ber of them to have an investigation investigation1of investig tlon tlonof
of their own into the manner in which whichthe whichthe whichthe
the banks were conducted A commit committee committee committee ¬
tee of three was appointed to prose prosecute prasecute prosecute ¬
cute the th Inquiry InquiryCLEVELAND inquiryCLEVELAND inquiryCLEVELAND
CLEVELAND BROKER BROKERCOMMITS BROKERCOM BROKERCOMMITS
COMMITS COM 1ITS SUICIDE SUICIDECleveland SUICIDECleveland SUICIDECleveland
Cleveland 0 Jan 9 9L L w W Prior of ofDenlson ofDenison ofDenison
Denison Prior Co of this city com committed committed committed ¬
mitted suicide this afternoon by shoot shootIng shaatIng shooting
Ing himself at the Hollenden hotel hotelMr hotelMr hotelMr
Mr Prior was one of the best known knownbrokers knawnbrakers knownbrokers
brokers in Cleveland and was a mem member member member ¬
ber of the New York stock exchange exchangeNo
No cause for the suicide has thus far farbeen farbeen farbeen
been learned Mr Prior was appar apparently apparently apparently ¬
ently in the best of health and spirits spiritsshortly spiritsshortly spiritsshortly
shortly before efore the deed was w s commit committed committed committed ¬
ted Reports ReD arts are current that he was washeavily washeavily vasheaviIy
heavily involved in the stock market marketbut marketbut marketbut
but up to this time it has been impos impossible impassible impossible ¬
sible to verify these rumors rumorsSENT rumorsSENT
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SENT UP FOR FIVE YEARS YEARSHelena YEARSHelena YEARSHelena
Helena Mont Jan 9 9After After twice twiceswimming twIceswimming twiceswimming
swimming the Icecold Kootenai river riverand riverand riverand
and exchanging shots with his pursu pursuers pursuers pursuers ¬
ers William Heard Heardl a 19yearold boy boyaccused boyaccused boyaccused
accused of robbing the postoffice at atTroy atTroy atTroy
Troy of about 100 and the robbery of ofWoods ofWoods ofWoads
Woods store was captured while asleep asleepIn
In a barn says a dispatch to the Record Rec Record Record ¬
ord from Kallspell He pleaded guilty guiltyin
in the district court and was sentenced sentencedto
to five years in the penitentiary
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BANQUET FOR BRYAN BRYANManila BRYANManila BRYANManila
Manila Jan 9 9WllUam William J Bryan Bryanwas Bryanwas Bryanwas
was given a banquet at Ilollo on Mon Monday Manday Monday ¬
day In a speech he said that the offleials of officials officials ¬
ficials and other citizens of the islands islandswere islandswere islandswere
were representative Americans who had hadthe hadthe hadthe
the best interests of the Philippines Philippinesand
and the natives at heart Today the theBiyan theBryan theBryan
Bryan party p rty Is crossing the heart of ofthe ofthe i
the island of Mindanao
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WAREHOUSE BURNED BURNEDBoston BURNEDBastan BURNEDBoston
Boston Jan 9 9A A fire of threatening threateningproportions threateninprapartians threateningproportions
proportions broke out this morning In Inthe inthe inthe
the Wormwood warehouse warel ause in the theSouth theSouth theSouth
South Boston district in close proxim proximity proximIty proximity ¬
ity to other warehouses and manufac manufacturing manufacturing manufacturing ¬
turing structures Within an hour aft after atter after ¬
er the outbreak the firemen had con confined confined ¬
fined the flames to the warehouse Loss Lo s
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Profits to t the winds now Heres where cost c st goes back to the t tWere tall < uncut uncutWere uncutWere
Were so badly overstocked on qn n winter suits and overcoats that thatthemhave 1000 of ofthem 0 0them
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Ill 2000 to toHo 24 2400 Suits and nd Overcoats Overc ats cut to 14850
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Mens Black and heavy DuckOvershirts Duck Overshirts regularly
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Very heavy outing flannel Shirts 75c 5c quality 45c
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