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1 1 Established Tune une 6 1870 SALT LAKE CITY I UTAH W WEDNESDAY D TESDAY JANUARY 17 1906 12 PAGES Price Five Cents
I Administration Measure Passes House Houseb HoweLH
LH b by Large MajorityaVital Blow Blow1 0 0at
1 at Beet Sugar Industry
Washington Jan Tan16The an 16 16TIie The Philip Philippine PhilippIne PhilipDine ¬
pine tariff bill billwas was as passed by the house housetoday housetoday housetoday
today substantially suDstnti lly as it came from fromtho fromthe fromthe
the ways and I1d means committee The Thevote Thevote Thevote
vote was 258 to 71 Rice was made madesubject madesubject madesubject
1 subject to the same tariff as sugar sugarand sugarV
V and tobacco tobacco25 25 per cent of the Ding Dingley DingJey
ley rates ratesand and one or two changes changeswere changeswere changeswere
were made muc e asto as to t Jl Wiigiiffig itttag ei This Thlsres Th1reiU1twas result resultwas 1t 1twas
I was attained after decidedly the most moststrenuous moststrenuous
1 strenuous day of the present congress congressThe congressThe congressThe
The many amendments amendments which were werelaunched werelaunched werelaunched
launched and went to pieces in the theBtorm tbestorm
I storm of debate and against the rock rockon rockk
k on which the house hou e rules are constitu constituted constituted constituted ¬
ted left much legislative wreckage and andmany andmany andi
i many records only useful for or future futurepolitical futurepolitical futurepolitical
political purposes purposesWere p purposesWere rposes rposesWere
Were Not in Earnest EarnestRepublican EarnestRepublicar EarnestRepublican
Republican opposition to the bill in inthe inthe Inthe
the interest of the American beet and andcane andcane andcane
cane sugar and tobacco tried out its itsstrength itsstrength itsstrength
strength early and gave up This op opposition opposition opposition ¬
position refused to affiliate with Dem Democratic Democratic Democratic ¬
ocratic efforts The strongest plea for forInsurgent forinsurgent
1 Insurgent support was made in be behalf behalf behalf ¬
half of Champ Clarks amendment re reducing reducing reducing
ducing the differential on refined refinedsugar refinedsugar refinedsugar
sugar The minority sought to dupli duplicate duplicate duplicate ¬
cate the house record on the Cuban Cubanreciprocity Cubanr
4 reciprocity r iprocity act but they reckoned reckonedwithout reckonedwUhout reckonedwithout
without wUhout their host today as not a aRe aRepUblican Re Republican Republican ¬
publican opponent to this measure measurestood measurestood measurestood
stood with them to overrule the deci decision decision decislon ¬
sion of the chair The Democratic Democraticsubstitute Democraticsubstitute Democraticsubstitute
substitute met with only the support supportof
of the minority and went down dqwn under undera
a vote of 281 to 106 On thefinal the final pas passage pas5ftge pazI ¬
h sage of the th bill the insurgents de demanded detnandeda demanded ¬
manded tnandeda a roll call caUl that their record recordmight recordmight recordmight
might be preserved preservedAgainst preservedAgainst preservedI
I I Against Independence IndependenceAn
An effort sustained by the Democrats DemocratsI
I but opposed by all but three Repub Republicans Republicans ¬
jJ licans was Initiated by Mr McCall of ofMassachusetts oflfassaohusetts ofMasaohusetts
Massachusetts to commit the United UnitedStates UnitedE
States to tothe the policy of gran granting ting inde independence independ mdcpend ¬
E pendence pend mce fk ritt the he Philippines JiJ l1ppines as soon as astheir astheir astheir
their inhabitants inhabi nts can CL be prepared for forselfgovernment torselfgovernment forselfgovernment
selfgovernment selfgovernmentThe i I IThe
The bill dmits goods the growth of ofproducts ofproducts olproducts
products of n the Philippine islands into
the United States free of duty except exceptsugar exceptsugar
sugar tobacco and rice on whioh a atariff atariff
1 tariff of 25 per cent of the Dingley rate rateis rateis rateis
is levied It provides that after April
11 1909 there shall be absolute free freetrade freetrade freetrade
trade each way between the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States and the Philippines It also alsoexempts alsoexempts alsoexempts
exempts Philippine goods coming to tothe tothe tothe
the United States from the export exportduty eCpprtduty expprtdut
duty dut of those islands Merchandise Merchandisefrom
from either country is subject to jthe jtheinternal the theinternal theinternal
internal revenue tax of the country in inwhich inwhich inwhich
which such merchandise Is withdrawn withdrawnfor
for consumption consumptionThe
The Bill Passed PassedThe PassedThe PassedThe
The Democratic substitute of f im imI immediate Immediate
I mediate free trade with the Philip Philippines Philippines Philippines ¬
pines was offered after the amend amendments amendments amendments ¬
ments to the bill had been agreed to toon toon toon
on the duty On roll call the Demo Democratic Democratic Democratic ¬
cratic substitute was defeated 231 to to10GMes tolOGMes
106 10GMes Mes s Clark and Lamar of Flor Florida Florida FlorIda ¬
ida being the only Democrats to vote voteagainst voteagainst voteagainst
against the substitute A A roll call on onthe onthe onthe
the passage of the bill was then de demanded demanded demanded ¬
manded by Mr Mondell The roll call callon callon callon
on this resulted in 258 yeas and 71 nays nayswith nayswith nayswith
with seven answering present presentThe presentThe presentThe
The Republicans voting against the thebill thebill thebill
bill were Adams of Wisconsin Bab Babcock Babcock Babcock
cock Bishop Bonynge Brooks of Col Colorado Colorado Colorado ¬
orado Brown Campbell of Ohio Cas Cassel Cassel Casso
sel so Darragh Davidson Davis of Min Minnesota Mm Mmnesota ¬
nesota Dixon of Montana Dovener DovenerDresser DovenerDresser DovenerDresser
Dresser Driscoll Dunwell Ellis Fas Fassett Fassett Fassett
sett Fordney French Gardner of ofMichigan otlIichlgan ofMich1gan
Michigan Gillett of California Goe Goebel Goebel Goebel
bel Gronna Hayes Heney of Connec Connecticut Connecticut Connecticut ¬
ticut Higgins Hogg Ho Howell well of Utah UtahJenkins UtahJenkins UtahJenkins
Jenkins Keifer Kinkaid Knowtendj KnoW Knoy1dLafean ttd ttdLafean
Lafean Lilley of Connecticut Lilley Lilleyof Lllle Lllleof Lllleof
of Pennsylvania Loud McLachlan McLachlanMcMorran MeLachianMcMorran IcLachlanrcMorran
McMorran Mondell Miner Mouser Mou er erNevIn
Nevin Norris Rhodes Smith of Call California Callfornia ¬
fornia Samuel A Smith William Al
den Smith Smith of Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaSherry PennSYlvaniaSherry PennsylvaniaSherry
Sherry Staffor Townsend Tyndall
Wanger Webber Weems young
Democrats DemocratsAikens Aikens Broussard Bur Burgess Burgess Burgess ¬
gess Clark of Florida Davey Gilles Gillespie Gillespie Gluespie
pie Lamar Lindsay Meyer Moon of
Tennessee Robertson of Louisiana
Slayden Sparkman WatkinsThe WatkinsThe Watkins WatkinsThe
The house adjourned at 620 oclock
I I HeavyFall of Snow in the Sierras and a Large Force of MenSent Men MenSent MenSent
Sent Out O t by Southern Pacific to Clear Tracks TracksDanger Tracksanger Tracksl
l Danger anger of Floods in j California
I San Francisco Jan 16 lEtSnow Snow is fall falling falling fallIng ¬
ing heavily hea vil in the Sierras and the theSouthern thef theSouthern
f Southern Paeiflc tlc hks I a large force of ofmen ofmen ofmen
men at work In order to keep trains trainsmoving trainsmoing trainsmoving
moving There have been two land landslides landslides landI ¬
I slides which whlchheve Irave held up trains One OneIs OneIs OneIs
Is at Steinmanand the other at Smith Smithson Smithson SmithI
I son TheVtratas The Thetnssh 1ains Bdayfed 1ty yl were w re two twofreights twofreights twofreights
freights and passenger trains Nos 12 12and 12and 12andl6
and andl6 andl6Professor 16 16Professor 16Profess =
Professor r McASfe cAdie of the weather weatherbureau weatherburenu weatherbureau
bureau said today todayThe todayThe todayThe
The storm covers California from fromPoint fromPoint fromPoint
Point Conception northward The Therains Therains Therains
rains are heavy heaT in the north In the theSacramento theSacramento theSacramento
Sacramento valley there has been beennearly beennearly beennearly
nearly an Inch of rain and high south southwinds southwinds southwinds
winds In the mountains the temper temperature temperature temperature ¬
ature has risen about ten degrees and andDenison andLIABILITIES andj
Denison Prior Co cOJ Cleveland Cleve Cleveland Cleve1andHave ¬
l land 1andHave Have Debts Amount Amounting Amounting Amounting ¬
ing to 3000000 3000000Cleveland 3000000I
7 I Cleveland clev lan d O 04 Jan 16 6ACCOrrHng According toan to toan toan
an official offici l statement issued by Tie t1ieI Tiebankers
I I I bankers b nkers committee db rih thi1ttee 1kt investigating i est tIng the theI the theaffairs theaffairs
I affairs of Denison Prior Co the thebankers theb theI
I c bankers b nkers and broker brokeSrWho who failed several severaldays severs1days severaldays
days ago the liabilttfes of the firm in including includng Includtng ¬
cluding the forged bonds put out by L LW
q W Prior will wiI1aggregate aggregate 3000000 3000000The 3000000The 3000000The
The statement as given out by the thebankers thebtLnkers
T J bankers committee is in part as fol follows ¬
I f lows
1 lowsThe
The total liabilities including all allforgeries allforgeries allforgeries
forgeries aggregate approximately 3
I 000000 and there th re ate valid assets ass ts either eitherin
4 in the hands of the firm or up as col collateral collateral ccllateral ¬
lateral of about 1500000 This total of of3000OM
b 3000000 includes about 1000000 of as assets assets ¬
I sets and leaves in the Boston and andCleveland andCleveland andI I
I Cleveland departments wHich have not notheretofore notheretofore notheretofore
heretofore been taken into account as asthe asthe a athe
the bonds in the bond departments are aregood aregood ar argood
good and valid bonds largely hypoth hypothecated hypothecated hypothcoated ¬
ecated and more than ample to pay ob obligations oblIgoatlODB ¬
hL ligations against them themMr themMr themii
ii Mr Denison was s in Boston last Sun Sunday un unday ¬
day and had shipped on to be turned turnedover turnedover I
I over to the receiver something over overOOOO
0000 of good securities which was ovetL all allthe allthe a1 a1the L
the property in the possession of the thefirm thefirm tlufirm
I I Columbus 0 Jan 16 16Rev Rev W W N
x Qlevelnd leveland brother of former President
Grover Cleveland died last night from 1
the effects effe ts of paralysis para1 sls aged 73 ye years rs
t Rev Cleveland was a retired Presby ¬
t 4 terian minister ministerFormer ministerFormer
1 Former President Cleveland has been beennotified beennqt1fiedot beera
a notified nqt1fiedot of o tIle t1e death d alth and the funeral funeralarrangeoienjtar funeralttrran
I f arrangeoienjtar ttrran gem e11bJr ia word from him
I Burial probg pro proby fer ffiypfr 1Jt in this city cityGETS cityGETSEASYJOB
4 4GETS >
I I + f Columbus Colm lbus 0 Jan 16 16Cassle 16Casslet Cassfe + f 4
t > + Chad ChadWick wick who has been too weak weakto weak4 + f
A + f to work for the past few days be began began be4 +
i P + gan her duties with the other wo women women wo4 + <
it + men cQnv4 CQflVif I 1 jiSJie Sb lO was set setto set4 4
i 4 + t to woj w k n1nfJifilff1DTraoT ifbfdi i bolos hol in inshirts 1nI +
4 + shirts shirtst H Hv +
I v + + + M t + H t KU + rtrl w I + + m fi + fl Mii f + + + i ff t J fit t nrrr ffl9
j jt t
the problem now is to look out for the therivers therivers therivers
rivers riversThe riversThe riversThe
The river in MaryjSyiUe Mar Marsil4e rme at IQ lQja 1Oa a m
was fifteen feet and an had risen two feet
since yesterday The danger line is
nineteen feet The levees are in good
condition so no danger is anticipated
at that point though the low ground in
that vicinity will be Q 1 overflowed by to ¬
night nightAt
At Sacramento thy river Is about
seventeen feet and the danger dan er line Is
twentysix twel1t six feet It is falling
At At Drorillo OrovilIe the + V river 1 1rapidly was rising
rapidly this morning and is about
twelve feet and the probabilities are
that it will continue to rise At Co Cow111
luS lusa the river Is seventeen feet has
eight feet to go to the danger line and
will rise this
afternoon and tonight tonightMany tonIghtREA
Many Vessels Bound from
Sound Points to San Fran Francisco f Francisco ran rancisco ¬
cisco Are Overdue OverdueSan
San Francisco Jan J n 16 16A A severe
windstorm ina orm prevails long the th coast cmtst and anda anda
a number numb r of vessels are believed to be
in peril The steamer Baracuta from
Tacoma for this port with passengers
and freight has not been spoken or
heard of since sin > ce she put to t < < sea on the
10th inst instThe x xThe
The steamer Tellus arrived this morn ¬
ing from Union bay after a perilous
trip but did not see the Baracuta
The Tellus Te11 s made madetJhe the trip in eighty
five hours fully twenty of which was
spent in fighting for headway
Some fears are being entertained for
the safety < K f > ftr of V Vv
v the i w new cw schooner sviiuuiier May May
fair T which is being towed by the tug
Dauntless f from Aberdeen iUCiVlCCMl to LU this blllS p port
and should have arrived yesterday
Several steamers and sailing craft
which should have arrived this morning
T have 31 VO T been lrt J Jt
delaYed by the
t u 4 f jf ctic fiJLvnxif storm but D <
ar aruex are uex expected eoted to reach Port In safety
The The ferryboat rryboat Oakland was disabled disabledby
today by running into her slip and was
replaced by the San Jose of the Key KeyREVOLUTION
Santo Domingo Rebels Have Surren Surrendered Surrendered Surrendered ¬
dered to Caceres CaceresSan CtceresSan
San Domingo Monday Jan 15 15The 15Theport 15Theport The Theport
port of Monte Cristl on the north northcoast northcoast northcoast
coast which recently was was in the hands handsof handsof
of the revolutionists capitulated to the thegovernment thegovernment thegovernment
government forces today the latter latterguaranteeing latterguaranteeing latterguaranteeing
guaranteeing to protect the lives and andproperty andproperty aridproperty
property of the rebels rebelsThe rebelsThe rebelsThe
The Dominican gunboat Independen Independencia
cia which supported General Morales
the former president of Santo Domingo Domingoalso Domingoalso Domingoalso
also surrendered after her commander
had sought refuge on one oneor of the Amer ¬
ican warships The revolution is ended endedand endedand endedand
and all is quiet quietOHIO quIetOHIO quietOHIO
T e
Vanwert Ohio Jan 16 lBConvoy Convoy a o
A t tQVn jm of 800 inhabitants inhabi I1ts eight t miles milesst mUeswftst rnilewt
wftst st Ofl1ar o hare was almost althoIwiped wiped out by
firetoday fire tOday The losses loss will probably l probablyggregtte75OOO robapIYggregate
ggregate ggregtte75OOO 5OO
CnrmRVAf1m CnrmRVAf1mLatest c ONERVkT ONERVkTLatest
Latest Returns from the Elections in inGreat inGreat
Great Britain Show liberal liberalVictories LiberalVictories LiberalVictories
Victories Everywhere EverywhereMAJORITY EverywhereMAJORITY EverywhereMAJORITY
London Jan 16 16The The laborites and andliberals andliberals andberals
liberals li as a a result of yesterdays elec election eIection elecon ¬
tion ti on at NewcastleonTyne each gained gaineda gainedseat
a seat Both theses these seats formerly were wereheld wereheld wereeld
held h eld by unionists with majorities of
4000 4 000 and S OOO and the force of the theantiunipnlst theantiuni thentluniQnlSt
antiunipnlst antiuni a m1st blizzard can be gauged gaugedby gaugedby
by b y the fact that the result resu t which was wasannounced wasannounced wasannounced
announced this morning gives the suc successful successful sacessful ¬
cessful c laborite and liberal contestants contestantsmajorities contestantsmajorities contestantsnaJcritles
majorities r of 7000 7000The 7000The 7000The
The batch of unopposed returns made madepublic madepublic madeublic
public p ublic this morning make the totalto totaltodate totaltodate total Sto Stoate
date d pd pn ate Liberals 103 unionists 32 Irish Irishnationalists Irishnationalists Irishationalists
nationalists n 31 laborites 18 social socialists socialists socIalsts ¬
ists l 1
American Successful SuccessfulSir
Sir Charles DUke In the Forest of ofDean ofDean ofDean
Dean division of Gloucestershire and andColonel andColonel andolonol
Colonel C Saunderson in North Armagh Armaghwere Armaghwere rmaghwere
were among the members of parliament parliamentreelected parliamentreelected parliamenteelected
reelected r today without opposition J JH JH JH
H Seaverns the t e American formerly formerlyof
of o f Boston Mass has been successful successfulin
in i n capturing the Brixton division of ofLambeth ofLambeth ofLamboth
Lambeth London for the liberals liberalsTen I1beralsTen liberalsTen
Ten more nationalists and another anotherlaborite anotherlaborite anotheraborite
laborite l were elected unopposed in the thecourse thecourse theourso
course c of the afternoon making the thenationalists thenationalists thenationalists
nationalists total 41 and labor 19 In Included Ineluded inluded ¬
eluded e in the former figures is the elec election election dccion ¬
tion t at Wicklow of James OConnor OConnorwho OConnorwho OConnorwho
who was prominent in the Fenian Fenianmovement F nlan nlanmovement nlanmovement
movement and who with ODonna ODonnaRossa ODonnaRosso ODonnaRossa
Rossa was convicted In 1865 of treaSonand treason treasonand treasonand
and felony and sentenced to seven sevenyears sevenyears sevenyears
years penal servitude No seat has hasyet hasyet hasyet
yet been found for A J Balfour BalfourCould BalfourCould 3alfourCould
Could Not Be Shaken ShakenThe ShakenThe ShakenThe
The commercial heart of the United UnitedKingdom UnitedKIngdom UnitedKingdom
Kingdom remained faithful to the theunionist theunionist theunion1t
unionist cause the city of Londonre Londonreturning London Londonreurning re returning ¬
turning t A G Gibbs and Sir Edward EdrwardClarke EdlwardClarke EdwardClarke
Clarke with large majorities approxi approximating approximating approximating ¬
mating 10000 over their liberal oppo opponents ODPOnents oxponents ¬
nents Some of the other conservative conservativeLondon conse conservtiveLondon tlve tlveLondon
London districts like Westminster r and andprovincial andprovincial andprovincial
provincial seats like Oxford where the theworking theworking theworking
working class population Is small man managed managed managed ¬
aged to retain unionist representatives representativesOtherwise representativesOtherwise representativesOtherwise
Otherwise todays story of the strug struggle struggle struggle ¬
gle is a repetition of yesterdays heav heavily heavIly heavly ¬
ily I ly increased pollings of enormous labor laborvotes laborvotes labotvotes
votes and discomfiture of the unionists unionistswho unionistswho unionistswho
who did not gain a single seat In to todays todays todays ¬
days balloting but lost twentytwo to tothe tothe tcthe
the liberals and laborites laboritesThe laborltesThe laboritesThe
The 247 seats already elected for the thehew thenew thcnew
new parliament are distributed as fol follows ¬
lows Liberals 1235 unionists 54 la laborites ¬
borites 28 nationalists 38 38Liberal 38Liberal 38Liberal
Liberal Gain of 89 Seats iSeatsThe SeatsThe SeatsThe
The solitary unionist gain at Hast Hastings Hastings Rantine ¬
ings since the elections began is met metby metby metby
by a combined liberal and labor gain sainof gainof I Iof
of eightynine seats The elections in inLondon inIondon I ILondon
London ai mod d Liverpool have not gone gones gonesheavily so soheavily soheavily
heavily in favor of the liberals as did didthose didthose I Ithose
those at Manchester but several seats seatswere
were won In London and two at Liver Liverpool Liverpool Llverpool ¬
pool In most cases how however ver the theunionists th i
unionists retained their seats with withgreatly withgrellitly L Lgreatly
greatly reduced majorities majoritiesCfr
Cfr P OConnor the nationalist was wast
Former Forli1 FormerTrearerip1 FormerTrearerip1of er TreasurecGrimes Tr asWslbisjtheJ asWslbisjtheJof as We as l LPreS l1 Ln lumhent lumhentof
of theOffice the Office Thomas T T1 Kelly Involved Involvedi4 lriv l lverl lverlFormer lvedt
i4 t Former Issues ISSU S a Statement
Topeka Kan Jan 16 16A A total short shortage shortage ¬
age a ge in the Kansas state treasury of ofabout ofabout ofabout
about 78000 is shown by the report of ofAccountant ofAccountant ofAccountant
Accountant Morris in the treasury ex examination examlnation examInation ¬
amination just closed according to a asummary asummary aummary
summary s of the report prepared by byGovernor byvernor byGovernor
Governor vernor E W Hoch made public late latethis latethis latehis
this t afternoon The reDort covers > all alltransactions alltransactions allransactions
te transactions t tt made by the state treasur treasurers ¬
ers e rs from Jan 11898 1 1898 to June 301905 30 1905 in including including ineluding ¬
cluding the two 1t 0 full terms of former formerState formerState formerState
State Treasurer Frank E Grimes and andone andone andne
one o ne term and six months of the admin administration adrninistrntion adminstration ¬
oI istration I of Thomas T Kelly the preis preisent pre preent preeat
ent state treasurer The bulk of the theshortage theshortage theshortage
shortage appears in the accounts of ofthe otthe o othe
the office during the Grimes adminis administration administration administratlon ¬
Bond Coupons Missing MissingOf
Of the total of ott 78000 60000 is due dueto dueto dueto
to missing mf sIng coupons frombonds from bonds owned ownedby ownedy ownedby
by y the state school fund and 18000 is isdueto isdueto isdue
dueto due to the loss of intereston Interest n warrants warrantsissued warrantsissued warrantsssued
issued I by the territory of Oklahoma to tothe tothestateofIKansas tothe
the stateofKansas thestateofIKansasGovernor stateofKansasGovernor state ofiKansas ofiKansasGovernor
Governor Hoch tonight declined de Uned to toWILLMAKE toWILLMAKEFASTTIME toWILL
Through ThroughTrain Train to Run from rom St Louis Louisto Louisto Louisto
to City of Mexico MexicoSt
St Louis Mo Jan J n 16 16The The first firstthrough firstthrough
through through train trainw trainfrom w from f St Louis uls to the theCity theCity
City of Mexico known knwnos as the th Mexico MexicoStu MexicoSt IexicoLo
Stu Louis Lo is special departedfrom Union Unionstation Unionstation Unionstation
station at at9 9 oclock this morning on a aschedule asChed aschedule
schedule sChed le of sixty sl y hours which cuts cutsdown cuts cutsdown cutsdown
down down previous pre ioUs running between the thetwo thetwo thetwo
two points thirtyfour hours hoursThe 110ursThe boursThe
The train trainwill will run overthe St Louis LouisIron LoulsIron LouisIron
Iron Mountain Southern Texas TexasPacific TexasPacific TexasPacific
Pacific International Great North Northern Northern Northem ¬
ern and the National lines of Mexico MexicoItwill MexicoIt
Itwill It will depart from St Louis every everyTuesday everyTuesday everyTuesday
Tuesday and Friday Frld Y morning from fromMexico tromlIexlco fromMexico
Mexico every Tuesday and aI dSaturday dSaturdaymorning Saturday Saturdaymorning Saturdaymorning
morning morningreeleoted morningreeleoted morningreelected
reeleoted for the Scotland division of ofLiverpool ofLlve1lliX
Liverpool > l At Berkenhead the liberals liberalsgained liberalsgained llberahgained I
gained a seat and one one at Edinburgh EdinburghThe EdinburghThe EdinburghThe
The laborites gained one at aJtDund aJtDundThIsis aUDundeeThis Dundee DundeeThis
This ThIsis i is regarded as an Important importantindl importantindlcation hid indication ¬
cation of the drift of the feeling in inScotland inScotland isScotland L
Scotland ScotlandDefeats ScotlandDefeats
Defeats of former cabinet secretaries secretariescontinue secretariescon1inue secretarlecoirtinue I
continue to be announced announGed Alfred Lyt Lyttleton Lyttleton Lyttieton
tleton colonial secretary in Mr Bal Balfours Balfours Balfours
fours cabinet and William WilU Hayes HayesFisher HayesFisher HayesFisher
Fisher financial secretary to the treas treasury treasury tressury ¬
ury in 1902 being among those who lost losttheir losttheir losttheir
their seats William Ashmead Bart BartlettBurdett BartlettBurdett
lettBurdett Coutts unionist managed managedto managedto managecto I
to maintain his seat for Westminster Westminsterbut
but Sir Henry SetonKarr was defeat defeated def defeated t ted ¬
ed at St Helens by byMr Mr Glover a la laborite labarite laWild ¬
Wild Cheers for Burns BurnsThere BurnsThere
There was a great scene at Battersea Batterseatonight Batterseatonight L
tonight after the poll showing thatJohn that thatJohn thaiJohn L
John Burns was elected was announced announcedMr
Mr Burns stood on the balcony of the thetown thetown th
town hall on Lavendar hill where he heresides heresid h hresides i
resides resid s wildly waving his hat hatwhUe hatwhUefully while whilefully whibfully
fully 20000 ofhis ohLssupporters supporters were along alongthe alongthe alon alonthe
the hill as wildly cheering It was a along along
long time before Mr Burns could get geta ge I
a hearing to announce anDU ce the figures Then Thenhe Theihe geI I i ihe
he exclaimed Now go and tell my mywife mywife m r rwife
wife A few minutes afterward Mr MrBurns JrlrBurns
Burns was escorted shoulder high highthrough highhrough higithrough 1
through the Dattersea streets by thou thousands tllouSands thousands ¬
sands of workmen workmenWalter workmenWalter workmenWalter
Walter HumeLong former chief sec secretary secretary ¬
retary for Ireland who lost his seat seatfor Se sew sewfor sect lt lttor t
for South Bristol Monday was today todayelected todayelected toda r
elected to the unionist seat for South SouthDublin SouthDublin SoutiDublin I rI
Dublin where the unionist candidate candidatehad candidatihad candidatehad
had withdrawn In his favoiv
discuss any action that he might takein take takein
in i n regard to the result of the Invest investigation Inv Investgation 5tl 5tlgation ¬
gation gationFormer gationFormer
Former State Treasurer Frank E EGrimes EGrimes
Grimes issued a statement tonight He Heabsolutely Heabsolutely
absolutely denies any responsibility for forthe forthe forthe
the shortage in Oklahoma warrant in interest interest ¬
terest and says he h is able to account accountsatisfactorily accountsatisfactorily
satisfactorily for all the bond coupon couponshortages couponshortages couponshortages
shortages except 7215 Mr Grimes Grimesstates Grimesstates
states that he Is willing to make good goodany goodany
any shortages he was responsible for forIn forIn
In his statement Mr Grimes puts
the responsibility for a number of seri serious serious nor ¬
ous discrepancies on C H Richey his hischief hischief hischief
chief clerk
Records Mutilated MutilatedAside MutilatedI MutilatedAside
Aside from the shortage shown the
Morris report makes sensational dis disclosures discloures ¬
closures concerning the erasure of the thestate thestate
state stateproperty property stamp from the backs backsof
of coupons and the mutilation of rec records records ¬
ords in the offices of the state treasurerai1d treasurer treasurerand treasurerafid
and state auditor Thomas T Kelly
the present state treasurer will tonight
issue a statement in reply to the thecharges
charges made against him in the re report reJort ¬
Houses Unroofed Freight Shed and andResidence andResidence
Residence Down and Many ManyTrees ManyTrees
Trees Destroyed DestroyedReno
4 + Reno Nev Jan 16 16A A sixty slxtymile + 4 4mile f
+ f mile wind from the southwest + f
+ blew QI W over Reno at 6 oclock thisf this thismorning +
+ f morning unroofing houses and + f
+ blowing down a large freight shed sheda 4
+ faframe a frame residence and destroying +
+ many m ytr ytrAt trees treesAtCarson +
4 + At AtCarson > Carson and Virginia City the thewind +
+ f wind reached a velocity of sixty +
4 + five miles an hour hourf hourWOMAN 4 +
444 + + + f + + 4 H + + i HM 4 Mf4 6 6 t + + H t H t t tWOPJlAN f fWOMAN
Spokane Wash Jan 16 16MrS Mrs Sally
Berry of Northport Wash the insane insanewoman insanewoman
woman who held possession of ofa a car at
Girard Kan for five days has been
brought to this city and this afternoon afternoonwas
was co coI1Ilitted 1J 1Jical to the asylum at Med
ical Lake She was brought here by
her sister Mrs Mary Reason of Tulsa
I T whom she was on her way to visit
when taken with insanity insanitySTOCK insanitySTOCK insanitySTOCK
Buffalo N Y Jan 16The offices of
William a Dever Co stock brokers brokerswere brokerswere brokerswere
were closed today todayEdward todayEdward todayEdward
Edward Brady Brad manager and principal principalstockholder principalstockholder principalstockholder
stockholder In the concern was said to
be In Boston No statement as to the thecause thecause thecause
cause of the suspension could be secured
The firm did not hold membership on onany onany onany
any of the stock exchanges but handled handledeighty handleda
a large stock business on margin in
eighty branch offices in New York state stateand stateand stateand
and Canada CanadaANOTHER CanadaANOTHER
Chicago Jan 16 16Mrs Mrs Bertha Tyor
ka died today as the result according
to the police of an attack made upon I
her Monday night by
John Scherer a aneighbor aneighbor a aneighbor
neighbor Scherer will be held on a acharge acharge a acharge
charge of murder He denies the thecharge thecharge thEcharge
charge chargeSALOON chargeSALOON chargeSALOON
Minneapolis Jan 16 16In In retaliation for
the mayors order closing saloons on I
Sunday E ES S Cary representing a fac ¬
tion of the liquor retailers today served servedwarrants servedwarrants L Lwarrants
warrants on six theatrical people charg ¬
ing them with violating the Sunday Bunda the theatre theatre theatre ¬
atre law Arraignments Jr I ents will be made to tomorrow tomoyow tomoirow ¬
morrow moyow I
New York State Senate Declined to toAsk toAsk toAsk
Ask Him to Resign by a aVote aVote aVoteof24tol
Vote Voteof24tol Voteof24tolDEMOCRATS of 34 to 1 1DEMOCRATS lDEMOCRATS
i + 4 + ft + 4 + 44 t + f 4 + tt + 4 + + + + + + + f t + + 4 t + + t + 4
+ Albany N Y Jan 16The 16Thestate 16Thestate +
+ state senate today defeated by a avote avote +
+ vote of 34 to 1 Senator Bracketts BrackettsresoltItfon Brackettsresolution +
4 + resolution 4e Requesting < Iue th j the heresig heresignation resig 4 +
4 + 4 nation of United Stares Staf Senator SeI SenatorDepew ator atorDepew +
+ Depew The Democrats were wereexcused wereexcused +
+ f excused from voting Senator SenatorBrackett SenatorBrackett +
+ Brackett alone supported the res resolution ranolutlon +
+ olution This action folfpwed fOli9 d a along along +
+ long debate opened by > Senator SenatorBrackett SenatorBrackett +
+ f Brackett in a speech of an hour hourand hourand +
+ and a quarter He scathingly at attacked 4 +
+ 4 tacked Senator Depew with an anof anoccasional +
4 occasional denunciation of Sena Senator Senator +
4 + tor Platt Senators Maltby Cas Cassidy Cansidy + f
4 + sidy Raines Coggshall and others othersdefended + f
4 + defended Mr Depew DepewAlbany + A Ai
t t + t t + i i t i t i t i t i t i i t i t i t tAl i iAlbany
Albany Al any N Y Jan J n 16 16The The debate debateon
on Senator Bracketts resolution de demanding demanding dcmanding ¬
manding the resignation of United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States Senator Chauncey M Depew Depewwas Depewwas Depewwas
was begun in the state senate today todayin
in the presence of a crowded chamber chamberThe chamberThe chamberThe
The resolution came ca e up as a special specialorder specialorder specialorder
order early in the session After it itwas itwas itwas
was read Mr Grady the minority minorityleader minorityteader minorityleader
leader explaied the th attitude of the theDemocratic theDemocratic theDemocratic
Democratic senators He said they theywere theywere theywere
were In no wise responsible for send ¬
ing Mr Ir Deuew to the United States Statessenate Statessenate Statessenate
senate and the
responsibility of re recalling reoall1ng recalling ¬
calling Mr Depew must be on the
party that sent him there The Dem Democrats Democrats ¬
ocrats would remain passive and listen
to tothe the debate and any individual mem ¬
ber may then be influenced one way
or another This course Senator
Grady said was pursued after due de ¬
liberation and would add to the quiet quietof quietof
of the day daySenator daySenator
Senator Bracketts Speech SpeechSenator SpeechSenator
Senator Brackett declared in open
Ing the debate that he had intro ¬
duced the resolution in obedience to towhat towhat
what he believed to be the solemn lemn
demand dem nd of the right thinking people peopleof
of ftj thestate t e BCe IIed deniedthat iedthat hehad hehadtor he had
ih the s sT1htIt wish t to humiliate Sen Sena
tor Depew more than was necessarily
Implied hhplI d in any possible resolution of
the kind kindHe kindHe
He asserted that there was a lack of ofconfidence ofconfidence
confidence c in the senator named which
had h ad been caused by recent disclosures
He denied the assertion thai it was wasnot wasnot wasot
not n ot within the Drovince of the senate senateo
to t o pass a resolution on a subject In Inreference Inreference ineference
reference r to which it had no authority authorityenforce
ty o > enforce action and cited resolutions resolutionsadopted resolutionsadopted
adopted a on the Venezuelan question questionand questionand questionnd
and a nd the coal strike several years ago
I want to say to you and to the thepeople theeople
people p of the state continued Sena Sen a
tor t or Brackett that until a
more right righteous righteous ¬
eous e ons conception of public duty shall shallprevail shallprevail
prevail p revail we are without hone for the
future f that unless the great virile virilemanhood virilemanhood
manhood of the state shall stand st rid to
the t he proposition that he who offends In
the t he performance of his particular duty
must suffer the punishment for his hisoffense hisoffense
offense o we can expect little of respect
for f or law little of regard for public honor honorand honorand honornd
and a nd virtue and have taken the first
long l ong step toward condoning crimes of
whatever kind kindDepew kIndDepew
Depew Unfit for Office OfficeSenator OffloeSenator
Senator Brackett declared that al ¬
though t he had voted for Senator De Depew Depew Dcew ¬
pew p ew he had been opposed to his re reelection reelection ¬
election e to the senate because he had
believed b him unfit for the th office and andrepresented andrepresented
represented r rs unwholesome forces Any
rb senator s present he said ought to
blush b for shame at the representation representationof
of o f his state in the United States sen senate senate ¬
ate a te by b either of the th present senators
He disclaimed the slightest responsi ¬
bility b illty for Senator Platts reelection reelectionand reelectionand reelectionand
and said he would support any other othersenators othersenatorfs otherenators
senators s resolution requesting him to toresign toresIgn toesIgn
resign resignSenator resIgnSenator r esIgnSenator
Senator Brackett Insisted that no noservice noservice noervice
service s performed by Senator Senat r Depew De Depewor w
for f or the Equitable Life Assurance soci society society sodety ¬
ety during the twenty years of his
20000 retainer retainqr had been b en other than thanwhat thanwhat thanwhat
what he owed as a director of the so society society society ¬
ciety The claim thatthis that thiS enormous enormoussum enormoussum enormoussum
sum was as paid for legal services ex excited excited cxcited ¬
cited only laughter and contempt contemptReferring contemptReferrIng contemptReferring
Referring to the socalled Yellow Yellowdog Yellowdog
dog do funds of certain Insurance com companies companies cornpanics ¬
panies he said saidHonor saidHonor saidHonor
Honor of the Nation NationOut NationOut NationOut
Out of this fund there were paid paidthousands paidthousands I Ithousands
thousands of dollars in one campaign campaigntoward campaigntoward campaigntoward
toward the expenses of one of the thepolitical thepolitlca thcpolitical
political parties to save the honor of ofthe ofthe olthe
the nation nationThe nationThe nationThe
The honor of the nation nationthe the honor honorof honorof honoiof
of the nation of which honor these thesemen thesemen thesEmen
men were so solicitous that they for forgot forgot forgot ¬
got their own so solicitous of the na national national national ¬
tional honor that they were ready to toand toand tcand
and did give away thousands of dol dollars dollars dollars ¬
lars of your money and mine mlneof of the themoney themoney thEmoney
money of poor men Of widows of oforphans oforphans ol olorphans
orphans but not a cent of their own ownLet o own ownLet n nLet
Let us have ho ve done do e with this sham shamand shamand shairand
and pretense of having used the funds fundsfor fundsfo fundsfor
for fo honorable or necessary purposes purposesIt
It Is no answer to the statement that thatthe thatthe thaithe
the money stolen was well spent But Butthere Butthere Butthere
there is not given this excuse here It Itwas Itwas II IIwas
was spent in a way that it was wasthought wasthought waithought
thought would greatly aggrandize the themen th thmen thmen
men men who directed the spending spendIr and it itdid itdid ii iidid
did It was spent to keep the Depews Depewsin Depewin
in the upper house of the congress of ofthe ofthe o othe
the United States for selfish purposes purposesand purposesand purposesand
and it did didSeat didSeat didSeat
Seat Wasf Was Purchased PurchasedAgain purchasad purchasadAgain PurchasedAgain
Again I charge the truth to be that thatthe thatthe I Ithe
the chief argument a year ago ad advanced advanced advanced ¬
vanced for the reelection r electlon of this very verysenator verysenator er r rsenator
senator we are now discussing was wasthat wasthat wa wathat
that he had been Instrumental in rais raising raIsing rainlug ¬
ing large sums of money mon y from these thesevery thesevery thes thesvery
very insurance insu ce corporations corP9ra tlons for use usein usein us i iIn
in the election then just over ov r arid it itntiJ1ued I t tontirned
ntiJ1ued on Page
BobSleigh BobSleigh3Loaded Loaded With Ore Rushes BushesDown RushesDown RushesDown
Down BigGottonwood BigGottonwoodCanyon BigGottonwoodCanyon BigCottonwoodCanyon
Canyon CanyonHORSES CanyonHORSES CanyonHORSES
f j jt
< t ri riDRIVER
John H Walker of E Union was sled sledding 81edding sledding
ding ore down Big Cottonwood canyod canyodyesterday canY0I1yesterday canyoliyesterday
yesterday when Wh eJ1 the thp tongue tn broke and andfor andfor andfor
for a mile th t t1 p 2bi Qale1 slad iafiDded ad d with withfour witlffour witIfour
four tons of ore dashed at a madden maddening maddening maddening
ing speed down the steep rugged roai roaicarrying roacarrying roan roancarrying
carrying the horses and driver with withit withit withIt
it At Smoots Dugway the point of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the tongue plowed though the soft softsnow softsnow soffsnow
snow into the roadbed The bobs jack jackknifed jackknifed jackknifed
knifed Into the air hurling Walkef Walkefthirty Walketthirty Walkefthirty
thirty feet up the mountain side Into Intca intea
a snowbank This was all that saved savtdhis savdhis savedhis
his life but he sustained susta1n d a broken hip hII1that hutthat
that may necessitate necessi flte the amputation amputationof
of his entire limb One horse was wascrushed wwicrushed wa wacrushed
crushed beneath the runners and the theother theother theother
other was thrown down an embank embankment embankment embankment ¬
ment thirtyfive feet to his death deathFor deathFor deathFor
For several hours Walker Walk lay help ¬
less in the snow where he was thrown thrownThe thrownThe thrownThe
The other teamsters who came down downsaw downsaw downsaw
saw the scattered ore and the demol demolished demolished demolished ¬
ished sleigh strewn along the road roadWalker roadWalker roadWalker
Walker called to them for help and ho howas h hwas hwas
was carried and nd placed on the sleigh sleighOne sleighOne sleighOne
One of the men went on down the can canyon canyon canyen ¬
yon with Walker and took him to the theMurray thptIurray theMurray
Murray general hospital His injuries injurieswere injurieswere Injurieswere
were attended to by Dr A A Bird BirdHis BirdHis BirdHis
His condition was regarded as serious seriouslast seriou3last seriouslast
last night but it is believed that he hewill hewill hewill
will recover recoverEscape recoverEscape recoverEscape
Escape Considered Remarkable
The men who came down the can canyon canyon canon ¬
yon y on shortly after the accident say 8 that thatit thatit thatt
it i t was an act of providence that the thesleigh thesleigh theleigh
sleigh s did not dash over the embank embankment embankment embankent ¬
ment m ent Into the bottom of the canyon canyonThe oanyonThe canyonThe
The road winds down along the mountain mountain moun moanam ¬
tain t am side taking takingsharp sharp curves and in inpkuces Inplaces hiieces
places p ieces it is steep How the horses horsesand horSfsand hrsesnd
and a as nd driver were carried down by the thesleigh thesleigh th thleigh
sleigh s is puzzling In places the sleigh sleighwent ilelghent leighwent
went w ent in bounds and nd it is evident that thatthe th thhe < tt ttthe
the t he rut in the road held the sleigh in inits inIts i its
its i ts course The sleigh must have at attained attained atamed ¬
tained t a speed of twenty or thirty thirtymiles thirtyrnilesJlll thirivtile
rnilesJlll n miles tile an hour The Th bONeS must hav havbeen h hbeen Iieen
been b een partly carried on the fonvarl fonvarlrunners forwaorlrunners for a I Iunners
r runners for the box slipped back aboui abouitwo a alo alowo bou boutwo
two t wo feet feetWalker feetWlker feetWalker
Walker Is a wellknown resident of ofUnion 4 4nion
Union U nion and has been hauling ore from fromthe fromthe fromhe
the t he mines in Big Cottonwood canyon canyonfor e8nYflTfor eanyiior
for f or several years Several other art aeefdents artdents acetents
dents d ents have occurred in the canyon canyonduring can canyonuring ron ronduring
during d the winter winterMUTUAL
The T he House Clean g Committee Will WillMake WillMake WillMake
Make Drastic Report ReportNew ReportNew ReportNew
New York Jan 16 16Th 16The The Herald today todaysays toda todasays todaays
says s ays Despite the recent silence mall maintained malltalned mallamed ¬
tained t by the Truesdale committee as t tits tIts Its >
its i ts inquiry Into the affairs of the Mutual MutualLife MutualLife MutuaLife
Life L ife Insurance company it Is now known knownfrom knownfrom knowrom
from f rom outside sources that on four dif different different diferent ¬
ferent f occasions it has made Incomplete Incompletereports incompetreports incompleteports
reports r to the board of trustees cover covering coverIng coverng ¬
ri ing i ng such ground as It had traversed and andembodying andembodying andmbodying
embodying e not only elaborate findings of offact orfact ofact
fact f act but also recommending drastic ac action action acIon ¬
tion t in various directions directionsIn
In well informed banking circles yes yesterday ye5terday yeserday ¬
terday t It was creditably reported that thatthe thatthe th t the
the t he committee would not content Itself Itselfwith ftse1with Itselfwith
with dealing In generalities but would wouldrecommend wouldrecommend wouldecommend
recommend r to the company action of ths thsmost th thmost thmost
most radical character In the casea of ofspecific otspecific ofpecific
specific s individuals who are thought to tohave t thave tave >
have h ave abused their trusts trustsWhether trustsWhether trustsWhether
Whether the committees report whe whel whelfinally i ifinally tinally
finally f made public will go so far as asto asto aso
to t o recommend civil actions at law t tcompel tcompel tompel >
compel c restitution of diverted moneys or orfunds orfunds orunds
funds f wasted by b lax management could couldnot couldnot couldot
not n ot be definitely learned learnedROBBED learnedROBBED
Mrs McEnrys Trunks Rifled Be Between BI BItween Between ¬
tween Monte Carlo and Paris ParisSpecial ParisSpecial ParisSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldParis HeraldParis HeraldParis
Paris Jan 16 16Mrs Mrs rs McEnry M Enry of Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake City whose jewels wire stolen stolenfrom stoleafrom stoic i ifromher
from fromher her hotel at Cape Martin two twoyears twoyears tu tuyears
years ago has again been made the thevictim theviotim thevictim
victim of a thief Her trunks were wererifled wererified wererifled
rifled between betwe tParls and n Monte Carlo Carlo7and Carloand Carloand
and 54000 4000 worth worlhor of tew ewreiry ry was stoler stoleiMrs stolerMrs 0
Mrs McBnry Mc nry reporteft l raporte portea her loss to tho thoprefect thoprefect thoprefect
prefect of police but as she has not notthe notthe notthe
the slightest idea who the thief is the thepoWce thepoNce thepoi4ce
poNce have no noclueou due CIUCOil on which to workMrs workMrs work workMrs
Mrs McEnry refoses retU6 refusestd td Sfcuss the therobbery therobbery therobbery
robbery except to say fe sli will pay paya
a suitable reward for the recovery of ofher other ofher
her jewels jewelsRECEIVER jewelsRECEIVER jewelsRECEIVER
Cincinnati O Jan 16 16Judge Judge Lurton Ltirtontodsiy Lurtontoday
today issued an order In the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States court directing Receiver Judson JudsonHarmon Jud50nHarmon JudsonHarmon
Harmon of the Cincinnati Cinclnn ti Hamilton HamiltonDayton HamiltonDayton HamiltonDayton
Dayton railroad not to adopt the Pere PereMstrquettelease PereMarquerttelease PereMarqixette
Mstrquettelease Marqixette lease but to surrender such suchlesfse suchIt sucileetse
lesfse It Se to the Pere Marquette or to its itsreceiver itsreceiver lsreceiver
receiver and also the stock of the Pera PeraMarquettereceived PereMarquettereceiyed PeraMarquette
Marquettereceived Marquette received by the Cincinneti CincinnetiHamilton CirtclnnfttiIrainUton CiifclnnatiHainilton
Hamilton Dayton Da ton in pursuance of the theterms theterms theterms
terms of such suc Su h lease The rhe jfefltldh y t1ti n for fororder fororder fororder
order was filed by Walter B Horn of ofNew otNew ofNew
New York YorkAccompanying YorkAccompanying YorkAccompanying
Accompanying the petition was a afinancial a afina1cial afinancial
financial statement showing that the thePere thePere thePare
Pere Marquette earnings were 759000 759000below 759000beJow 759000below
below the fixed charges chargesAMERICAN chargese chargesAMERICAN chargesAMERICAN
Tucson Arlz Jan 16 16A A special to tothe toth tothe
the th Citizen from Nogales says A W WStaples WStaples WStaples
Staples American an assistant super superintendent supermtendentof supermtendent ¬
intendent mtendentof of the Sultana mine inSono inSonora
ra r was waskilled killed last week He left tho thomine thomine themine
mine for Carba thirtyseven miles from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the mine The body was wasfound found partial partially ¬
ly devoured By coyotes with the skull skullcrushed s11111cr skullcrushed
crushed cr shed and was identified by meansof means meansof meansof
of the clothing and the saddle trim trimmings trimmlngs trimmings
mings Renegade Indians are accuse accuseof a aof aeoune4 aeoune4o
o of the crime crimet
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