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ITHE THE SALT LA LAKE HERALD MtllJd m and Si have h v plen plenty plent ¬
t THe paffoV wouldnt wouldntkeep e ty of trouble this weekWatch week weekWatch
keep still Wfexi Sundays Sundaysf Watch for them Sunday SundayL
L l f Q n n V 5aJ eTt2 iyia v t Established EstablishedJnne Zune ine 64810 6h1 6 1870 1o SALT S T LAKE CITY UTAH THURSDAY SD Y JANUARY J 1TUARY 18 1906 11 10 1 0 PAGES Pnoe Five Cents
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SENSATIONAL SCENE 1 1IN
fr 5 J > IN SOBER OlD SNAJES SENATE
5 S Snator nator Tillman Moves the Appoint Appointent Appointment
ment ent of a Committee to Investigate InvestigateS e eMrs
S Mrs Minor Morris Incident
Washington Jan 17 17When When the sen senate sen11te senS senThe ¬
4 ate converted tdd8y t tOdfr < Mr rrTmman Tillman was wasprepared wasprepar waspreiared
prepared prepar d to proceed proceedvlith w1ththe wdthvthe the speech on ontfie on ontl1e ontIre
tIre status of oaffas affairs i in ihSanto 1 Santo UltoJ jDqmin jDqmingo jlYqthingo n in ingo
go of which he had given notice ut as asthere asthere asthere
there was considerable routine busi business business bustness ¬
ness to be transacted he was not rec recognized lecognized recognlzed ¬
ognized until it had been disposed of ofThe ofThe ofSVashlngtQn
The first matter of importance taken takenup takenup takenup
S
up was the resolution offered by Mr MrCulberson 111CulberSon MrCulberofl
Culberson relative to the ownership by byPhilippine byPhilippine byPhilippine
Philippine officials of land in the Phil Philippine Philippine PhilIppine ¬
ippine islands The resolution was waspresented waspresented waspresented
presented by Mr Culberson in modified modifiedlorm modifiedform modifiedform
form today and as modified was adopt adopted ¬
ed As passed it calls 11s upon the secre secretary secretary scoretary ¬
tary of war to supply the senate sena e with withinformation withinformation
4 information as to whether any member memberof
of the Philippine commission or any anyofficer anyofficer anyofficer
officer of the army or navy of the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States owns or has any inter interest interest interf35t ¬
est In any land In the islands The
tll tfht4ur IOr IlIIman IlIImansecretary I Isecretary
secretary is direct directEd t d also to state where wheresuch wheresuch wheresuch
such land is situated particularly particularlywith particularlyUh
with Uh reference to the location of pro proposed proposed proposed ¬
posed railroads ratIr ds In Jiajd a1 d islands islandsThe lslandsTh slaridsThe
The Th P1 BlUppine 1l1pp ne tariff 1111 was received receivedfrom receivedfrom
I from tine ih house h ms and referred to the theEaoseveitt
1 I commJ commIte intJpine 1plids 1plidsb l s sl
J l riinanpn b f an R Eaoseveitt EaoseveittMr ooseveIttS s h
1 11r
S Mr 1r Tillman n iriu n was w s th thn n recognized He Hebegin Hebe Hebe
begin be n 1 yfy qrfottng qtlo qi1oJtrg 41g extracts tmctg on the Mon Monroe Menroe Monroe ¬
roe doctrine dO trmearbm1fhe ifroiri fhelast last annual mes message mesgeohihepresident mesageofhepresident ¬
sage ageofhepresident geohihepresident ofs hepresident He laid especial especialstress especIalstr especialstr2
stress str str2 upon the presidents declaration declarationthatvio declarationthlt declarationthtttio
thatvio thlt llo just and orderly government governmenthas
has anythng tofeara tQfearrGm rem omua omuaT us usIs u ur
T Is tl t te e converge conver e true that an unjust unjustand unjustand unjustand
and disorderly di rderly government has some semething oomething something
thing to fear from us 7 Mr Ir Tillman Tillmanasked TIllmanasked TIlImanasked
asked because b becaUtif Cft S if it is there tIes an anImmense animmense anImmense
Immense amount of trouble for this thiscountry thisI thiscountry
I country countryIt
It mean he said that the president presidentintended presidentIntended presidentIntended
intended to set up a standard and com compel comel cornpel ¬
pel el the South American nations to ad adhere adhere adhere ¬
here to It ItProceedingwithhis itProceedingwIthhis itProceedIngwjthhjs
Proceedingwithhis quotations from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the presidents message m 5StLge Mr Tillman Tillmancontended T1l1mancontended Tlllmancontended
contended that it would not benefit the thecountry thecountry thecountry
country to Wrench Tench and stretch the
4 5 Monroe doctrine beyond all precedent
It will not benefit us to step forward forwardupon forwardupon forwardupon
upon this pretext with a policemans policemansclub
club to enforce the claims of bondhold bondholders ¬
ers Th Thtttisthe Tht1s fct is the sum and substance of ofthe ofthenew ofS
S the thenew new departure departureView departureView 6PortureView
View of Mr Hay HayMr HaylIr HayMr
Mr Culberson interrupted Mr Till
4 I t 1 man to read an 8llfntct axtract from a letter letterI
f I which h ii saId had been written by Sec Secretary Secretary Secretary ¬
retary H Hr y in which the secretary was wasreported wasreported wasreported
reported to havr haN havraid aid id that at tK5Y th rejec Je JetIon jetion ¬
tion of the Dominican treaty would wouldwork wouldwork wouldwork
work no great disaster His purpose purposeMr purposerr purposeMr
Mr rr Cuiberson said was to contrast the thesecretarys thesocretarys thesecretarys
secretarys utterance with that of the thepresident theprefdent
V president presidentMr
Ic Mr lr Tillmen TllnIIDfin quoted the executive or ¬
1 I der of aijtarch arch 28 establishing a modus modusVivendi modusvIvendI
F Vivendi vSLnd 1U1dspeaking nd sn speaking < > kini r ot f tVio the meaning m ant antof
of the expression e press ion modus Vivendi he
I I defined it as a little rope by which whichyou whlChyOU
t you hang h ng on to life until you yo get loose looseor
or are entirely hung hungHe hungHe hungHe
He declared there had been coercon
In enforcing that order and that Mo Morales Morales
tt rales and his junta of cutthroats had hadnot hadnOt hainot
not accepted its terms until compelled compelledto
5 to do so by Mr Ir Dawson and his gun gunboats ¬
J I boats He s said id that the Island was wasPractically waspractically wasPractically
Practically blockaded by our gunboats gunboatsand gunbo8Jtsand gunboatsand
and that our efforts were directed directedlargely directedlargely
1 largely In the interest of the Shylocks Shylocksand ShYlocksand Shylocksand
and sharps and other fellows who live liveby
4 1 by shaving paper paperHe paperHe paperHe
He said id there evidently had hadbeen been a
TERMINAL FIGHT BEGINS IN UNI UNITED ED SHIES Sf A TES COURT G91ILouis COURTJ
J j l Louis J LeConte Government Engineer Being Examined by byAttorneys byI
1 I Attorneys for the Western Pacific Before Commis Commissioner Corn mis misS missioner ¬ I
1 S sioner Heacock at San Francisco
I
5
San s n Francisco Jan 17 17A A fight be between betwoon betWeen ¬
tween the Southern So tl1ern Pacific company companyand companyand
and Wd Western W ern Pacific company for ter terminal tert terltinl ¬
t minal min l rights on San Francisco bay be beganin b bgftl1n beI1 ¬
I1 ganin gftl1n In earnest this thi morning as far as asht asoh ashu
oh ht hu federal authorities are concerned concernedTVhen concerne concerneWhen concernedVhen
When the deposition del > 06ition of Louis J Le LeGonte Lecionte LeConte
Gonte assistant United States Stat engineer engineerwas engin er erwa
was wa w commenced before Unted States StatesIotler Stoates1S
O 1S sloner H Heacock ocock Attorneys Attorneysn
Gu n f Y Of > f New pw w Sock Vail of Denver Denverand Denverand
I and J I 7 feTBcfL KOIrfi fifcpa representative representativefor
for tfv tf western C enJ PftMc P1 4jf1 and R A
Moor iiooi l i AJOunsel ouooel forfne for f1lc Southern Pa Pacific Palfic Pacific ¬
cific lfic were present presentAttorney preeentAttorney i iAttorney
Attorney Cutcheon opnducted nducted the ex examination ext oxaminatiQfl ¬
t t amination aminatiQl1U u tL t inducted li liIn
4 1 T In response e f 5 Mr L LeConte LeContestated onte ontestated
stated that ha h67hali hoThadbeenangaged hafl bee beenengaged iangaged as as assistant RSslstantUndted assistant ¬
sistant slstantUndted Dndted l3n1tedStaiesenginer States es engineer r in Oaki Oak Oakta OakL
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lot of drastic power applied to make makethe maketl1e makethe
the debt collectible and added addedThis addedThis addedThis
This microbe of graft or stealing ste Iing is isequal Isequal Isequal
equal to the grip microbe D crobe and azideven azidevenworse even evenworse evenworse
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worse because it leaves fewer fewerpeople fewerpeopleuntouched people peopleuntouched peopleuntouched
untouched untouchedHe
He quoted from the Springfield Re Republican Republican Repubilcan ¬
publican which he characterized as a aclean aclean aclean
clean and careful newspaper a history historyof
of Morales career careerAn careerAn careerAn
An admirable picture he ex exclaimed exclaimed exclaimed ¬
claimed of o the kind of a government governmento
our o r great and a d good president has taken takenunder takenunder takenunder
under his wing wlnga a government of cut ¬
throats backstickers assassins de
bauchers bauchersand and libertines and everything everythingawful everythingawful everythingawful
awful that the English language may
be used to describe describeHe
He said the president bad transgressed I
the canons of a century in carrying Into Intoeffect intoeffect Intoeffect
effect a treaty that had never neverbeen been rati ¬
tied It used to be that the failure failureof
of the senate to act
on a treaty was wassufficient wassufficIent wassufficient
sufficient said the senator but such
is no longer the case youve got to say sayo
No o In very loud words to Theodore
Roosevelt in order to get hIm to hear hearat hearat hearat
at all
Washington Press Quoted QuotedQuoting QuotedQuoting QuotedQuoting
Quoting articles from the WashingtonPost Washington WashingtonPost
Post and Washington Star Mr Tillman Tillmansaid TillmansaId Tillrnansaid
said saidThey
They are fair and clean In their news newscolumns newscolumns newscolumns
columns and friendly with the president presidentwhen presidentwhen i
when he will let them be beThe
1 I The articles quoted outlined the plan planj planof
j of having a joint resolution passed by
j the presidents subservient friends In Incongress inI incongress
congress congressj congrEssWhat congressWhat
j I What could be done by means of a
i joint resolution except to annex the isl island IslI Island ¬
I and Here you have the delightful delightfulprospect delightfulprospect delightfulnrospect
prospect of adding the island with its
I ten million negroes to our domain to tosatisfy toi tosatisfy
i satisfy the design of our lord and master
to have his own way
j Discussing the prospect of action on Onuch onsuch
I such a resolution he quoted a charac
I terization of the house bv b the Boston Her Heraid Herld Hertld
aid ld as puppets the clanking of chains chainscould chainscould chainscould
could be heard in advance and said that
that body had yesterday given an exhi
bition of its subserviency to executive executivej executivenower executivenower
j nower He had he said heard it stated
that four more votes are needed to se secure seure Seeure ¬
cure the ratification of the Dominican Dominicantreaty DominIcantreaty Dominicantreaty
treaty and he sunnosed they were look ¬
ing about for White House Democrats
to help out and he feared that a suffi sufficient suffIcient suffident ¬
cient number might be secured by the theuse theuse theuse
use of patronage patronagea a a pound or two of ofpork ofporkto ofporkto
pork porkto to aid the other side in securing
favorable action actionWhat actionWhat actionWhat
What the SenateSJjojild Do DoHe DoRe DoETe
He declared his conviction convtctl6 that the theprogramme theprogramme theprogramme
programme outlined had come authori authoritatively authoritativelY authoritatively ¬
tatively from fromthe the lies of Theodore Roose Roosevelt Roosevelt Ronsevelt ¬
velt and andaskEd askedi What are you ou gon gonto goIng gng
to do about It He advised that they theyshould theyshould theyshould
should say sa to him Youve got to obey obe obeth
thi th law or we will t1k takeyou tcq you by the thethroat thethroat thethroat
throat and compel yotf j yOu tr to t do o so so He
honed that the possession of a little littlepower Httlepower littlepower
power in the shape of patronage would wouldnot wouldnot wouldnot
not stand In the way of the senates
doing Its duty dutyIn dutyIn dutyIn
In criticising critfel Ing the president Mr Tillman Tillmansaid TJl1mansaid Tillmansaid
said the press was being b < > ing used in threat threatening threatening threatening ¬
ening congress on matters of legislation legislationor
or patronage In order th tht t the President Presidentmay nresidentma nresklentmay
may ma have his way The senator com compared compared cornpared ¬
pared the executive with Andrew Jnrk Jnrkson rnekson nCk nCkson
son or Napoleon Bonanarte or any other otherman otherman otherman
man who pushed things to the limit limitMr liJlitfr limitMr
Mr fr Tillman said that he wanted to ask askwhat askwhat askwhat
what it is i that emboldens the president presidentto t > resid < > nt ntto
to take the stand he has Answerins Answerinsthe Answerlnthe
the question himself Mr Tillman said saidthat saidthat saidthat
that the press has made the president presidentwhat presidentwhat presidentwhat
what he Is and that It has been through throuerhthat thromrhthat throughthat
that instrumentality that he has dared daredto dnredto
to bestride the world like a colossus colossusPresidents colossusPresidents colossusPresidents
Presidents Press Agent AgentHe
He said that an instance of the presi presidents presidents ¬
dents use of newspaper men is had In Inhis inhis inhis
his employment of Joseph B Bishop as asa asa i ia
a press agent for the Panama canal canalHe canalHe canalHe
He said that during the time Mr Roose Roosevelts Roosevelts Reesevelts ¬
velts military record was being made madethe madethe madethe
the newspapers continually referred referredto
to Colonel Roosevelt here and Colonel ColonelRoosevelt ColonelRoosevelt ColonelRoosevelt
Roosevelt there until he seemed to toeclipse toeclIpse toeclipse
eclipse the regular army officers who whocarried whocarried whocarried
carried the brunt of the battle The Thesenator TheSflnator Thenator
senator nator said he appreciated the value of ofthe orthe ofthe
the presidents service in the army and andhe andhe andhe
he recognized his growth until he has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been voted the most popular man in the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States and would not detract one oneiota oneiota oneiota
iota from the presidents credit All of ofthis ofthis ofthis
this said Mr Tillman showed that the thepresident thepresident thepresident
president realized the power of the press pressand pressand pressand
and he charged then that he had gradual gradually ¬
ly assumed to direct the efforts of the thepress thepress thepress
press until the White House news had hadbecome hadbecome hadbecome
become colored and doctored In the in interests interests Interests ¬
terests of the administration Secre Secretary Secretary Secretary ¬
tary L Loeb oeb Is the apothecary r he said saidand saidamI saidand
and pills on Panama pills on Roosevelt Rooseveltpills Rooseveltpills Rooseveltpills
pills on railroad rates and pills on every everything everything everything ¬
thing pertaining to public affairs are ad administered administered administered ¬
ministered In this way The newspapers newspapershave newspapershaye newspapershave
have been the funnel through which this thisquack thisQuack thisquack
quack physic has been sent abroad and andwhen andwhen andwhen
when some newspaperman refused to toprint toprint toprint
print that which the president wants wantsthere wantsthere wantsthere
there is great wrath at the executive executivemansion executivemansion executivemansion
mansion mansionIllustrative mansionTIlustrative mansionfllustrative
Illustrative of some stories which crop cropout cropout cropout
out over or through the bars Mr Till TillContinued TillContinued
Continued on Page 2
land harbor operations since 1875 and ardhad andhad andhad
had previous to that time beena been D sub subordinate subordInate dubordinate ¬
ordinate In the same me line of work workAfter workAfter workAfter
After a number of maps of Oakland Oaklandharbor Oaklandharbor Oaklandharbor
harbor had been introduced in evidence evidencethe evidencethe evidencethe
the witness stated that the north jetty jettywas jettywas jettywas I
was begun in 1875 and was vaS concluded concludedIn I
In 1892 the thework work having been continu continuous con1inuous continuous ¬
ous except for an interval of three threeyears threeyears threeyears
years when a controversy was ag afoot afootbetween atootbetween afbotbetween
between the United States government governmentond
and the Oakland Harbor company Mr MrLeConte MrLeConte MrLeConte
LeConte said that the east end of the thejetty thejetty thejetty
jetty was shifted to the north by one oneofthe oneof oneof
ofthe of the railroads whether the Southern SouthernPacific SouthernPacific SouthernPacific
Pacific or OrZ Central Pacific he was un unable unable unable ¬
able to state He claimed however howeverthat howeverth8lt howeverthat
that the shift was made with the con consent consent consent ¬
sent of the theUnited United Statejs Stat government governmentMany governmentMany governmentMany
Many details regarding regardltlgthe the construc construction construction construetion ¬
tion of the jetties were brought out outduring1 outduring outduring
during the examination of the witnessj witness
j >
A Mark of Affection
HEYBURN MAKES MAKESBITTER MAKESBITTERATTACK
BITTER BITTERATTACK BITTERATTACKIdaho ATTACK ATTACKIdaho
Idaho Senator Scores the President Presidentfor
for His Activity in Creating CreatingForest CreatingForest CreatingForest
Forest Reserves ReservesSpecial ReservesSpecial ReservesSpocial
Special to The Herald HeraldWashington HeraldWashington HeraldWashington
Washington Jan 17 17Se 17Senator Senator rtor Hey Heyburn Heyburn ey eyburn
burn today delivered a 8 hot Impulsive Impulsivespeech Impulsivespeech Impulsivespeech
speech before the senate public lands landscommittee Inngscommittee landsoornmlttee
committee in which he arraigned arraign d Pres President President PresIdent ¬
ident Roosevelt and In severe language languagecondemned languagecondemned languagecondemned
condemned his forest reservation On policy policyand poUCyand policyand
and the men who were putting that thatpolicy thatpoUc thatpolicy
policy into practice Heyburn appeared appearedin
in behalf of his bill denying the presi presidents presidents presidents ¬
dents right to create forest reserves reservesand reservesand reservesand
and transferring that power to con congress congress congress ¬
gress Heyburn repeated the charges chargesmade chargesmade chargesmade
made in his letters published last fall fallin fallin fallin
in which he stated that the president presidenthad prsidenthad presidenthad
had brought onehalf of the area of ofIdaho ofIdaho ofIdaho
Idaho Into forest reserves reservesHe reservesHe reservesHe
He assailed the president for having havinghad havinghad havinghad
had published his correspondence re relating relating relating ¬
lating to Idaho reserves charging him himwith himwith himwith
with bad faith and underhandedness underhandednessalleging underhandednessalleging underhandednessalleging
alleging that the publication publi atlon of this thiscorrespondence thiscorrespQnd thiscorrespondenee
correspondence correspQnd ce was Absolutely unjus unjustified unjustified unjustified ¬
tified He sevet severely sevd1ftrraigned lY arraigned Gifford GiffordPinchott GiffordPinchott GiffordPincthott
Pinchott and andother ofher of er officials of the for forest forest forest ¬
est service for the vigor with which whichthey whichthey whichthey
they extended reservations In Idaho Idahoagainst Ickthoagainst Idahoagainst
against protest and again renewed his hisstatements hisstatements hisstatements
statements that these reserves were re retarding retarding retarding ¬
tarding development were shutting off offfrom offfrom offfrom
from entry vast v st areas of rich agricul agricultural agrlcultura agricultiiial ¬
tural lands and were depriving miners minersand mInersand minersand
and prospectors of the use of timber timberadjoining Umberadjoining timberadjoining
adjoining their claims He also con condemned condemned condemned ¬
demned the policy of exacting a fee feefor feefor feefor
for the privilege of grazing stock in the thereservations thereservatiOns thereservations
reservations Heyburn informed the thecommittee thecommittee thecommittee
committee that he would soon make a aspeech a aspeech aspeech
speech in the senate along the lines of ofhis ofhis ofhis
his talk today todayIt
It is reported the public lands com committee committee cornmittee ¬
mittee will report adversely upon Hey Heyburns Heyburns Heyburns
burns bill as the entire membership membershipfavors membershipfavors membershipfavors
favors the presidents forest reserve reservepolicy reservepolicy reservepolicy
policy policyLIFE
0 f fLIFE
LIFE OF BLACKFIEND BLACKFIENDSAVED BLACIFIENDSAVED
SAVED BY SOLDIERS SOLDIERSMilford
Milford Del Jan 17 17Miltord Milford Freder Frederick FrederIck FrederIck ¬
ick Groves the negro who was arrested arrestedyesterday arrestedyesterday arrestedyesterday
yesterday for assaulting Miss Flora FloraBooze FloraBooze FloraBooze
Booze a school teacher was removed to tothe tothe tothe
the Denver jail today to prevent any fur further further further ¬
ther attempt at lynching A mob that thatlast thatlast thatlast
last night tried to take Groves from the thelockup thelockup thelockup
lockup here hereremained remained about the building buildinguntil buildinguntil buildinguntil
until nearly 3 oclock 0 clock this ti morning m rning The Thefact Thefact
fact that a company of the Delawart DelawartNational DelawarhN DelawartNational
National N tional Guard was kept on guard all allnight allnight allnight
night prevented further attacks on the thelockup thelockup thelockup
lockup lockupAfter lockupAfter lockupAfter
After being placed in jail here the ne negro negromade negromade ro romade
made a confession He saidthat said that hehad hehadbeen he had hadb hadbeen
been b en drinking during the th day on whfch whfchthe whfchthe whichthe
the assault occurred o curred and andhd > hid norecol norecollection no norecollection recol recollcction ¬
lection of a struggle with the young wo womn wom we weman
mn mnPROCLAMATION m S SPROCLAMATION
0 I IPROCLAMiATION
PROCLAMATION SIGNED SIGNEDDY SIGNEDJY
DY THE PRESIDENT PRESIDENTSpecial PRESI DENT DENTSpecial
Special to Tlfe Herald HeraldWashington HeraldWashington HeraldWashington
Washington Jan 17 17Senator Senator Smoot was wasadvised wasadvised
advised today by the president that he hehad hehad hehad
had signed the proclamationcreating proclamation re ting the theUintah theUintah theUlntah
Uintah additional fores forest reserve reserve It is 1sexpected isexpected Isexpected
expected the proclamation proc amation creating the theremaining theremaining theremaining
remaining new Utah reserves will be besigned besigned besigned
signed this week weekSenator weekSenator weekSenator
Senator Smoot called upon Commis Commissioner CommissIoner Commisabner ¬
sioner Leupp today and submitted a aproposition aproposition aproposition
proposition from Kanab and Johnson JohnsonCreek JohnsonCreek JohnsonCreek
Creek farmers offering to sell lands to tothe tothe tothe
the Indian office for reservation and andfarms andfarms
farms for the Kaibad Indians The In Indian Indian Indian ¬
dian office will give the offer considera consideration consideration ¬
tion and determine whether it will willpurchase willpurchase willpurchase
purchase farms and put the Indians on onthem onthem onthem
them or make an allowance of annu annuities annuities annuities ¬
ities for their support supportSEVEN supportSEVEN
011 011SEVEN
SEVEN YEARS IN f N PRISON PRISONSpecial PRISONSpecIal PRISONS
S Special to The Herald HeraldLogan HeraldLogan HeraldLogan
Logan Utah Jan 17 17WnUam William J James Jameswas Jameswas Jameswas
was sentenced this evening to seven sevenyears sevenyears sevenyears
years in the state prison by Judge JudgeMaughan JudgeMaughan JudgeMaughan
Maughan MaughanJames MaughanJames MaughanJames
James is a farmer at Paradise and was wasconvicted wasconvicted wasconvicted
convicted in December of the crime of ofmaintaining ofmaintaining ofmaintaining
maintaining incestuous relations with his hisniece hIsnIece hisniece
niece His lawyer 1ft wyer moved for a new trial trialwhich trialwhich trialwhich
which was denied today after which he hewas hewas hewas
was sentenced
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M TAIGNY THE FRENCH CHARGE LEAVES AYES VEREZOEU VEREZOEUChiefs VH ElURA ElURAChiefs
Chiefs of the French Cable Office OfficeExpelled Expelled from Caracas CaracasDiplomatic CaracasDiplomatic CaracasDiplomatic
Diplomatic Relations Broken Off and There the theMatter theMatter theMatter
Matter Rests for the Present
WiHemstad W Hemstad > Island of Curacoa Dutch ButchWest DutchWest DutchWest
West indies Jan an 17 17France France on Jan
10 broke off diplomatic relations with withVenezuela withVenezuela withVenezuela
Venezuela through the American Americanmln AmericanmlnIster min minister mm mmister ¬
ister at Caracas Mr Russell who at atpresent atpresent atpresent
present is In charge c of French inter interests Interests Interests ¬
ests M Taigny the retiring French Frenchcharge Frenchcharge Frenchcharge
charge daffaires who left Lagualra LagualraJan
Jan 15 on the French steamer Mar Martinique MarUnique Martinlq ¬
Unique tinlq e for Curacoa via Porto Cabello CabelloVenezuela CabelloVenezueJ cabelloVe
Venezuela Ve ezuel arrived here today1 today M MTaigny MTafgny MTaigny
Taigny was not permitted to land at atPorto atPorto atPorto
Porto Cabello He Is awaiting a French Frenchcruiser Frenchcruiser Frenchcruiser
cruiser to convey him to Martinique MartiniqueThe
The chiefs of the French cable of offices offices offlees ¬
fices at Caracas and Laguira Mm Im Jac Jaccoux Jaccoux Jaccoux
coux and Bourget have been expelled expelledfrom expelledfrom expelledfrom
from Venezuela and are expected e pected here hereby hereby hereby
by the first steamer Cable communi communications communicatiOns communications ¬
cations with Venezuela continues inter interrupted interrupted interrupted ¬
rupted
Did Not Interfere InterfereBerlin InterfereBerlin InterfereBerlin
Berlin Jan 17 17The The foreign office officecalls officecalls Officecalls
calls the attention of the Associated AssociatedSudden AssociatedSON ssociatedSON
SON VAS AS UNDER SUSPICION SUSPICIONSudden SUSPICIOWSudden
Sudden Death of Anita Mc McMurrow McMurrow McMurrow
Murrow Also Known as asCountess asCountess asCountess
Countess De Bettancourt BettancourtPhiladelphia BettancourtP1 BettancouitPhiladelphia
Philadelphia P1 ladelphi Jan 17 17John John McMur McMurrow MeMurrow IciIurrow
row son of Anita McMurrow known knownas knownas
as the Countess De Bettancourt was wastoday wastoday wastoday
today committed to prison to await the thecoroners thecoroners thecoroners
coroners Inquest into the death of his hismother hIsmother hismother
mother Mrs McMurrow died sudden suddenly ¬
ly yesterday and the police say that a ashort ashort ashort
short time previous to her death she shehad shehad shehad
had quarrelled with her son Mrs Mc McMurrows McMurrows Mcturrows
Murrows body is said to be bruised bruisedAt bruisedAt
At the hearing today McMurrow de declared declared dcdared ¬
clared that he was in no manner re responsible responsible responsible ¬
sponsible for his mothers death but butthe butthe butthe
the police and coroner are conducting conductingan
an investigation because of the stories storiestold storiestold storiestold
told by neighbors of numerous dis disagreements disagreements thuagreements ¬
agreements between mother and son sonover sonOver sonover
over money matters mattersWhile mattersWhile mattersWhile
While no autopsy has been performed perfOrmooCoroner performedCoroner > d dCoroner
Coroner Jermon J ermon said today that from fromhis fromhis fromhis
his investigation he was of the opinion opinionthat Opinionthat opinionthat
that Mrs McMurrow had died from fromnatural fromnatural fromnatural
natural causes causesIn causesIn S SIn
In conducting their investigation the thecoroners thecoroners thecoroners
coroners deputies found In the wo womans womans wemans ¬
mans room pawn tickets for over 50
000 worth of jewelry In an old trunk trunkwas trunkvas trunkwas
was found the sum of 6000 and a anumber anumber anumber
number of letters from noted men in inthis inthis inthis
this country from a former f rmer king of ofSpain ofSpain ofSpain
Spain and men prominent in the Span Spanish Spanish SpanIsh ¬
ish court court6ARLISLE courtCARLISLE
0 I ICARLISLE
CARLISLE READY TOTAKE TOTAKE TO TOTAKE
TAKE UP SMOOT CASE CASESpecial CASESpecial CASESpecial
Special to The Herald Heraldf HeraldWashington HeraldWashington
+ f Washington Jan 17 17Former Former Sec Secf Secfretary Secretary + f f4Tetary
4Tetary + retary John G Carlisle is in the city cityto 4 + 4
4 + to make an argument in a case be before 4 + >
4 fore the supreme court He called calledtoday calledtoday 4 +
I + 4 today upon Chairman Burrows and andI andadvIsed andadvised +
I + f advised that he would be ready to toproceed 4 4proceed 4 +
+ proceed with the examination of ofwitnesses 4 +
4 4 witnesses in the Smoot case caseas as soon soonas soonas 4 +
4 + as the committee was ready read to take taketup takeup takeup +
+ up the case Mrs Schoff f president presidentof >
tup 4 of the Mothers congress also is In Inthe inthe Inthe <
+ the city preparing to take up ac actively actively i t
4 + tively the crusade against Smoot SmootCLEAR Smoott SmootCLEAR >
t + + t + + t 9 9CLEAR
CLEAR CASE CASEOF OF SUICIDE SUICIDEVerdict SUICIDEVerdict SUICIDEVerdict
Verdict of Coroner Mix In the New NewHaven NewHaven NewHaven
Haven Mystery MysteryNew
New Haven Conn Jan 17 17A A formal formalverdict formalverdict formalverdict
verdict of suicide was given by Coroner CoronerMix CoronerMix CoronerMix
Mix today in the case of Charles A Ed Edwards Edwards Edwards ¬
wards of New York found dead in the theHlller theEHler theHIller
Hlller homestead on Jan 3 This confirms confirmsthe confirmsthe
the tentative finding rendered last week weekCoroner weekCoroner weekCoroner
Coroner Mix completely exonerates exoneratesMaxcy A AMaxcy 1 1Mxcy
Maxcy Hiller and his brother Charles A AHiller AHiller ATiller
Hiller from having any connection with withthe withthe withthe
the dewth of Mr Edwards EdwardsAs
As State Attorney Williams accpts and andfully andfull andfully
fully full agrees with the coroners finding it itis itIs itis
is believed the case is closed clo ed
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Press to a London dispatch which as asserts asserts asserts ¬
serts upon an ostensibly excellent e > Par Paris Paris Paris ¬
is authority that President Castros Castrosattitude Castrosattitude Castrosattitude
attitude toward France is due to Ger German German German ¬
man interference The foreign office officesays officesays officesays
says this is absolutely false Germany
hasnot has not interfered by a single word ord in inFrances inFran inFrances
Frances Fran e7s controversy with Venezuela VenezuelaProhibfted VenezuelaProhib VenezuelaProhibted
Prohibfted Prohib ted From Landing LandingCaracas LandingCa LandingCaricaii
Caracas Ca Venezuela Jan Jan15 15 Monday Mondayvia Mondayvia I Ivia
via Port of Spain Sp in Island of Trinidad TrinidadJan Tr1 Tr1udndJan dnd dndJan
Jan 17 17U M Taigny the former French Frenchcharge Frenchcharge Frenchcharge
charge daffaires having gone gOn on board boardthe boardthe
the French line steamer Martinique at atLaguira atLanuira atLaguira i
Laguira yesterday without legal per permission permission permission ¬
mission the Venezuelan authorities authoritieshave authorItieshave authoritieshave
have prohibited his landing again in inVenezuela inYenezuela Inenezua
Venezuela enezua and he must go to Colon ColonNothing ColonNothing
I
Nothing Official OfficialParis OfficialParis I IParis
Paris Jan 17 17Inquiries Inquiries at the for foreign forelgn ¬ I Ieign
eign office elicited the statement that thatthere thatthere
I
there is nothing official relative to the thedeparture thedeparture thedeparture
departure of M I Taigny from Vene Venezuela Venezuela Venezuela ¬
zuela zuelaGOLDfiELD zuelaOllF1ED
GOLDfiELD STAGE IIBOCTO UPSETS UrotiaPassengers UPSETSPassengers UPSETSPassengers
Passengers Wrapped in Blan Blankets BlanketsJ Blankets ¬
kets ketsJ Unable to Move MoveJ and andSeveral andSeveral andSeveral
Several Are Injured Injuredf InjuredGoldfield
4 f i iG G Goldfield ° ldfleld Nev Jan 17 17A A Man + 4
+ 4 hattan stage carrying carr iDg eighteen pas passengers >
4 f sengers upset today Dr R J 4 4a +
4 Mapes of San Francisco sustained sustaineda + 4
+ a fracture of the left arm and a bro 4 4
4 f ken nose William Pierce had a leg legceived +
4 broken George Foley of Denver re recetved recalved +
+ calved many bone bruises and cam camnot cmnnot t
4 not use his left arm P H Toohey + f
f R M Rogers Charles Nelson min mm 4 4
5 + Ing men of Nevada were all slightly + f
4 4 Injured James Higgins the driver driverwas driverwas +
+ f was unhurt Many of the passes 4
4 f gers were so wrapped up in blankets blanketsthat 4
4 f that they could not save themselves +
+ f by jumping jumpingWANTS jumpingt jumpingWANTS +
t + 0 t o + t t + t t t + t t tr +
r C CVANTS >
WANTS NEW NEWFRISCO FRISCO HOTEL HOTELS
i
eG < J S Holmes Seeks the the Management Managementof
of 2000000 Hostelry in inSan inS inSthi i
San S n Francisco FranciscoSpecial FranciscoSpecial FranciscoSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldSan HeraldSan HeraldSan
San Francisco Jan 17 17Manager Manager G S SHolmes SHolmes SHolmes
Holmes of the Knutsford hotel and Frank FrankKnox FrankKnox FrankKnox
Knox of the theNational National Bank of the Repub ¬
lie of Salt Lake are here Mr Holmes
is seeking to secure the management of
the new 2000 2000000 < KX Fairmont hotel hot l here herewhich herewhich herewhich
which has been erected by tho Fair < air es e ¬
tate tateADVOCATES tateADVOCACTICE
0 0ADVOCATES
ADVOCATES ADVOCACTICE ADVOCACTICEMARCHESFOR PRACTICE PRACTICEMARCHES PRACTICEMARCHES
MARCHES MARCHESFOR FOR TROOPS TROOPSWashington TROOPSVashington TROOPSWashington
Washington Jan 17 17At At the suggestion suggestionof
of Major General Bates chief of staff staffthe staffthe staffthe
the president pr sident and the secretary of war warare warare warare
are favorably considering a plan of hav ¬
ing as many of the troops of the army at atposts atposts atposts
posts in the United Stat f as possible
take practice marches and field exercises
during the coming summer with a view
to giving all the officers and men prac ¬
tical experience experi nce in the field and develop ¬
ing transportation and supply resources resourcesof
of the army as at present organized It
is designed if possible to establish eight eightor t tor
or nine camps at different points in the thecountry theccun1ry theccurrtry
country easily accessible from the regular regularmilitary resularmilitary regularmilitary
military stations and suitable for the
drilling of large bodies of troops troopsWANTED troopsQ troopsWANTED
o Q f fWANTED
WANTED FOR ASSAULT ASSAULTSan
San Francisco Jan 17 17Edward Edward Daig Daigneau Daigneau Daigneau
neau alias Daignault whom the local localpolice localpolice localpolice
police say served a term In the California Californiapenitentiary Californiapenitentiary Californiapenitentiary
penitentiary was arrested today He is issaid issaid issaid
said to be wanted In Chicago on a charge chargeof
of murderers assault alleged to have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been committed last year year The Chicago Chicagoauthorities Chicagoauthorities Chicagoauthorities
authorities were notified notifiedCONFERENCE notifiedt notifiedCONFERENCE notifiedCONFERENCE
t
CONFERENCE PROGRAMME PROGRAMMEAlgeciras PROGRAMMEAlgeciras PROGRAMMEAlgeciras
Algeciras Jan 18 ISOn On the proposal of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Marquis Visconti Venosta M Revoll RevollAmbassador RevollAmbassador RevoilAmbassador
Ambassador White and Ambassador Racl Raclowitz Raclowitz Radowitz
owitz it has been decided that the con conference conference conference ¬
ference shall go into committee of the thewhole thewhole thewhole
whole today at 3 p m when there will willbe willbe willbe
be an informal IIformaldiscussion discussion of the question questionof
of contraband contrabandif
if
PURCHASE MINE MINEFOR MINEFOR5OOOOE1
FOR FOR5OOOOE1 FOR5OOOOE1Butte 500000 500000Butte
Butte and Boston Capitalists Close CloseNegotiations CloseNegotiations CloseNegotiations
Negotiations for Grand Gulch GrulcliProperty GulchFroperty GulchProperty
Property PropertyDEAL FropertyDEAL PropertyDEAL
DEAL CLOSED IN SALT LAKE LAKERICH LAKERICH LAKERICH
LAKEI I
RICH PROPERTY HAS HAD RO ROMANTIC ROMANTIC ROMANTIC ¬
MANTIC HISTORY HISTORYAditer HISTORYMt HISTORYMter
Aditer Mt r negotiations that hve been in inprogressfor inprogress1Or inprogress
progressfor progress for some time the stockhold stockholders ¬
ers of the Grand Gulch Mining com company company cornpany ¬
pany in special meeting last night gave gevean gtLvean gavean
an option on their copper copper property in inMohave inMohave inMohave
Mohave county Arizona south of St StGeorge StGeorge StGeorge
George Utah to W J Guthrie of ofButte ofButte ofButte
Butte representing Butte Boston Bostoncapital Bostoncapital Bostoncapital
capital While neither the local own owners 011ers ownem ¬
ers em of the property nor Mr Gu Guthrie Guthriewould Githriewould thrle thrlewould
would give the price fixed it is under understood understood understood ¬
stood to be in the neighborhood of 500
000 The holder of the option leaves leavesfor leavesfor leavesfor
for Butte this morning and will 111 report reportto
to his Boston associates within a few fewdays fewdays fewdays
days with the assurance In advance advancethat advancethat advancethat
that there is no doubt but the option optionwill optionwiIl optionwill
will be closed up and the transaction transactioncompleted transactioncompleted transactioncompleted
completed soon soonHistory soonHistory soonHistory
History of Grand Gulch GulchThe GulchThe GulchThe
The Grand Gulch is one of the oldest oldestand oldestand oldestan4
and bestknown of the southern mines minesand minesand minesand
and has a most Interesting history Its Itsoriginal Itsoriginal Itsoriginal
original discovery diiS < Jovery dates back to 1871 1871when 1871when 1871when
when a Shiwits Indian of the tribe liv living living living ¬
ing along the Colorado river came into intoSt intoSt intoSt
St George with rich samples of copper copperS
S L Adams who was one of the first firstwhite firstwhite firstwhite
white men to locate in the region asso associated aseociated assoelated ¬
ciated with him Messrs Bentley Bentle Cros Crosby Crosbyand Crosby ¬
by byand and Pierce all well known residents residentsof
of St George and induced the Indian Indianto
to pilot them to the location about abouteighty abOuteighty abouteighty
eighty miles south of the settlement settlementThey settlementThey settlementThey
They located the mine and worked it itin itin itin
in a crude way attempting at one time timeto timeto timeto
to smelt with an oldfashioned Mexi Mexican Mexican Mcxican ¬
can mud furnace Various experiments experimentsIn
In smelting were made Including one oneon oneOIl oneon
on the Santa Clara river which in involved involved Involved ¬
volved a long wagon haul Eventual Eventually ¬
ly the present owners got possession of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the mine and by b modern methods of op operation Oi OieratiOn ojoration > ¬
eration have made It a profitable ven venture venture yenture ¬
ture even with the wagon haul Until Untilthe Untilthe Untilthe
the San Pedro road was put through throughthe throughthe throughthe
the freight to the railroad made hauling haul hauling haullag ¬
ing costly but the new road reduced reducedthe retucedthe < 1 1the
the cost Offering a shorter wagon wa n route routeand routeand routeand
and better grades and this t is brought the theproperty theproperty theproperty
property to the attention of mining miningmen minIngmen miningmen
men looking for copper properties propertiesSmelter propertiesSmelter propertiesSmelter
Smelter returns presented to the in intending Intending intending ¬
tending purchasers 3hojrjtfre show the shipment shipmentof
of over 2000000 pounds pOuW pou 6of of ore since since18S9 since18Q
18S9 18Q with returns of 11231379 based basedon
on an average price of 12 121h1 61 cents per perpound perpound perpound
pound for copper e pper TheT TheoerUflcrutes > o rtIncajtes on onthese onthese onthese
these shipments show show that the ore ran ranfrom ranfrom ranfrom
from 2950 per cent copper the lowest lowestassay 10we8tassay lowestassay
assay to toa a maximum of 5420 per cent centcopper centcopper centcopper
copper the silver in the ore varied variedfrom varIedfrom variedfrom
from 28 S ounces to 89 ounces ouncesMuch ouncesMuch ouncesMuch
Much Ore in Sight SightThe SightThe SightThe
The report of the examiners who whowent whowent whowent
went through the property estimates estimatesthe estimatesthe estimatesthe
the value of the ore blocked out at
370000 with a firstclass dump aver averaging averaging averaging ¬
aging 38 per cent copper and second aecondclass secondclass secondclass
class dump averaging 18 per cent the taretotal thetotal thetotal
total value of the dumps figuring at atclose atclose atclose
close to 600000 The workings at the thelowest thelowest
lowest point are 435 feet deep reached reachedby rea reachedby hed
by a doublecompartment shaft The Thebest Thebest Thebest
best vein exposed is on the 300foot 300footlevel 300footlevel 300footlevel
level and is six feet of ore sampling samplingfrom samplingfrom samplingfrom
from 35 to 55 per cent copper some sil silver silver siFver ¬
ver and some iron Samples of various variousother variousOther variousother
other workings showed values from 12 12to 12to 12to
to 1770 per cent A new station cut at atthe atthe atthe
the 400foot level Is In ore but no at attempt attempt attempt ¬
tempt has been made to explore it The Thedevelopment Thedevelopment Thedevelopment
development on the old Adams claim claimhas claimhas claimhas
has been accomplished through a tun tunnel tunnel tunfbI5 ¬
nel fbI5 3000 feet in length with drifts driftsThe drIttsThe driftsThe
The property so the report says has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been developed In a workmanlike way wayis waYis wayis
is well timbered has suitable buildings buildingsand buildings builclingsand buildingsand
and all the surface workings are in ingood ingood ingood
good secondclass ore Altogether the themen themen themen
men who hold the option think the theproperty theproperty theproperty
property is a a phenomenon in the extent extentof
of highclass ore shown by compara comparatively comparatively comparatlveiy ¬
tively recent development and believe believeIt
It can be brought to the front as one of ofthe orthe ofthe
the great mines of the country countryHow countryHow CountryHow
How Mine Will Be Worked WorkedIt
It has been pointed out to them that thatthe thatthe
the ores from the mine can be sent sentdoWI sentdown
down to the Colorado river eight miles milesby mIlesby milesby
by an aerial tram with no greet diffi difficulty difficulty dliiicuity ¬
culty and that electric power can be bedeveloped bedeveloped
developed at the river with which to tooperate tooperate tooperate
operate the mine If the deal is con consummated consummated eonsummated ¬
summated as there is every reason to tobelieve tobeneve tobelieve
believe will be the case they expect to toproceed toproceed toproceed
proceed at once with the plan outlined Outlinedtreat outlinedtreat
treat the ores at the river and install installan in installan aII aIIan
an electric plant savins sa ing the thehau1 haul on onores Onores onores
ores and the expensive luxury of a asteam asteam asteam
steam plant at the mine mineThe mineThe mineThe
The exploitation of the Grand Gulch Gulchproperty Gulchproperty Gulchproperty
property is expected to attract atten attention attention attention ¬
tion anew to what local men have long longconsidered longconsdered longconsdered
consdered one of the richest copper copperfields copperfields copperfields
fields in the country Heretofore the thedistance 1hedistance thedistance
distance to railroad delivery has been beenso beenso beenso
so great that the successful operation operationof
of mines has been difficult With the
RUSSIA BEING BIN PACIfiED BY r IUTARY METHODS METHODSAssassination METHODSAssassination
Assassination the Only Weapon Left the Anarchists AnarchistsPonti AnarchistsPontical Politi Political ¬
cal Parties Mustering Their Strength for the First FirstElectoral FirstElectoral FirstElectoral
Electoral Campaign
St Si Petersburg Petersb Petersburg rg Jan 17 17The The holiday holidaytruce holidaytruce holidaytruce
truce in Russian politics is over and andthe andthe andthe
the now political parties are mustering musteringtheir musteringtheir musteringtheir
their strength for Russias first allim allimportant allimPortant allimportant ¬
portant electoral campaign The open openIng opening opening
Ing guns will be fired when the th dele delegates delegates deleates ¬
gates ates of the constitutional democrats democratsiwill democI3tsIwill democritswIl1
iwill Iwill assemble to discuss dis uss their elaborate elaborateplatform elaborateplatform laborateplatform
platform TJhe be party represents the theadvanced theadvanceallber theadvanced
advanced advanceallber liberal l opinionsof oPInio oilniohs sof of the zenis zenistvo zenistvo zernstvo
tvo majority and the platform will willclosely willclosely ill illclosely
closely follow followresolu1Ions resolutions ofthe of the last lastzemst lastzemstvo lastzemstvo
zemst zemstvo yo congress cOngr ss The allied moder moderate n moderate oaer oaerate
ate parties pa paiti tl s st which whi h are standiijgj standi Jgjo on the thebasisof thebasis thebasis
basisof basis for of the manifesto of Oct 30 0 will willalso 1111also willalso
also be early in the field There will willbe willbe willbe
be a conference of the leaders from va various various Various ¬
rious parts of the empire here this thisweek thisweek thisweek
week This coalition which embraces embracesthe embracesthe I Ithe
the partylawarid art 1aw d order the Ooto
SEVEN PERSONS PERSONSPERISH PERSONSPERISHIN
PERISH PERISHIN IN FIRE FIREHusband
Husband and Father Kills Himseli Himseliat HimseUat Biinselat
at Home of Sister When Told ToldHis ToldHis ToldHis
His House Was Burned BurnedMURDER BurnedfilURDER BmrnectMURDER
MURDER IS SUSPECTED SUSPECTEDCHARRED SUSPECTEDCHARRED SUSPECTEDCHARRED
CHARRED FRAGMENTS FRAGM ENTS OF SODa BODIES BOCI SODaIES ¬
IES I ES RECOVERED RECOVEREDPembroke RECOVEREDPQmbroke RECOVEREDPembroke
Pembroke N H Jan 17 11SCn Savon per peri perSQ permSons
i some SQ all members of the family oil oiji otCbarlee oilCharles
i Charles Ajf Ayer r are supposed to have per perished perished ¬
ished in a fire which destroyed Ayers Ayer3farm Ayersfarm AyerSfarm
farm house hou e near here today The bodies bodiesof
of a child and of Ayers motherinlaw motherInlawhave
I have been found in the ruins Ayer shot shotand shotand shotand
and killed himself one hour after the fire firewas firewas firewas
was discovered dl covered The theory of the coun county county county ¬
ty authorities is that Ayer was the mur murderer murdarer murdarer ¬
darer but up to a late hour they had hadbeen haden badbeen
been en unable to find any an evidence to in indicate Indieate Indicate ¬
dicate the methods employed to wipe out ouCthe outthe outthe
the family Whether the victims were wereshot wereshot wereshot
shot or killed by other means cannot cannotbe cannotbe cannotbe
be told at present Up to a late hour hoursix hOUlsix hoursix
six charred fragments of two of the thavictims thovIctims thevictims
victims had been recovered although althoughpersons althoughpersons althoughpersons
persons who visited the scene of the thafire thefire thefire
fire thought that they observed two twoother twaother twoother
other trunks In the blazing ruins ruinsList ruinsList ruinsList
List of Victims VictimsThe VlctimsThe VktimsThe
The eight victims of the tragedy tr gedy werel werelCharles were wereCharles wereCharles
Charles F Ayer aged 48 4 killed him himself himselt himself ¬
self by shooting shootingMrs shootingMrs shootingMrs
Mrs Addie Ayer his wife wifeMrs wifeMrs wifeMrs
Mrs Isaac Lakeman Ayers motherIm motherImlaw motherinlaw
law lawFlossie
Flossie Ayer aged 12 12Alfred 12Alfred 12Alfred
Alfred Ayer aged 10 10Bernice 10Bernice 10Bernice
Bernice Ayer aged 8 8Andrew 6Andrew 8Andrew
Andrew Ayer aged 4 and a girl baby babJVall babyall bab baball > >
all children of the Avers AversSuicide ArsSuicide AyersSuicide
Suicide of Father FatherThe FatherThe FatherThe
The fire occurred about 9 oclock hi hithe rt rtthe nthe
the morning and Ayer drove up to the thahome thehome thehome
home of his sister Mrs George Bailey BaileyIn Bailt Bailtin
In the town of Chichester about siaJ siaJmiles sbmiles si similes
miles from his home just after 10 10oclock 1Qoclock 10oclock
oclock He remained at t his sisters sistersplace sistersplace sistersplace
place until afternoon and when informed informedthat informAdthat informdthat
that his buildings had been burned mani manifested ma1ifested manifested ¬
fested some agitation A moment late latehe laterhe latetho
he drew a revolved and pointing it at t Ns Nsright 1 > W Wright ii iiright
right temple t < > mple fired and fell unconscious unconsciousHe
He died tonight tonightFrom tonightFrom tonightFrom
From the ruins the officials think It Itprobable itprobable Itprobable
probable that the t11 inmates of the housa housadied hfJllSOdied hcusadied
died several hours before Core the fire was wasseen wasseen wasseen
seen The rejKMt r 0 M Nfinrtains M ltains had hadnot hadnot hadnot
not been raised fir tRC uprpteg ted to tf t tho thotheory thDtheory tlutheory
theory that the seveKiltiiuHm1 MV of tho thohousehold thohousehold thehousehold
household were killed e1e > m me time befora beforadaylight beradaylight betrdaylight
daylight daylightAyer daylightAyer daylightAyer
Ayer had not been held In high ES psteem ESteem esteem
teem by his neighbors He was obls3 obls3to
to rely re1 upon his hi wifes wife relatives for sup support support support ¬
port portDl TTniitTOirlitttriT TTniitTOirlitttriTDISCREPANCY a aDISCREPANCY
G
DISCREPANCY Dl SCREPANCYOPi OR150000 OR150000Tennett 50000 50000Tennett
nf 1 h > I ITennett
Tennett Shoe Company of St Louis Louisin
in Bad Shape ShapeSt
St Louis Jan 17 17According According to a staf stafment s sttmeat t tment
ment made today to todayby ay by y Srsj rer yk kI f S Hayes H YE of ofthe 01the ofthe
the firm of obtttle Irfttt t S financial financialagents tinaneIaagents flnarcaIagents
agents for the T Tet TitItthoeornpan mi mfttt ttSho SbM tompanj ompanhquiry in inquiry r rqutry ¬
quiry into the affairs of the Tenmtt Tenmttcompany Tnnfttcompany Ttun tt ttcompany
company has revealed discrepancies fs of Jtlf f
150000 lf OOOO due it is believed to faulty faultybookkeping fJultybookkeplng fAuIt fAuItbookkeping
bookkeping John H Tnnett presi president pr31dent pr t tdent ¬
dent of the company has tendered his rrs rrsignation rrsignation rrsIgnation
ignation and his son John H Term Tenndt Tenndtjr Ttr It Itjr tiJr
jr secretary of the company has re resigned l lsigned isigned ¬
signed signedWilliam signedYllliam signedWilliam
William C Little of Little Hayes Hayesmade Haye9made Hayesmade
made the following statement statementThe statementThe statementThe
The board of directors will tomorrow tomorrowtake tomorrowI tomorr3vrtake
take up the question of reorganization I Iam Iam Iam
am hoping that we will be able to con continue continue cortinue ¬
I tinue tho business as I believe the assets assetsare asst asstqare > tg tgI
are sufficient almost to pay back the thostockholders thestlckholders tLostockholders
I stockholders dollar for dollar dollarJames dollarJames dollarJames
James H Hoekins a director of the thecompany thecompan thecompany
company would not make a statement statementuntil statementuntIl statemeituntil
until after the accounts have been fully fullyexamined fuii fuiiexamined un t texamined
examined examinedWILL examinedWILL
eo eoWILL
WILL EXPERIMENT EXPERIMENTWITH EXPERIMENTWITH T TWITH
WITH BLACK SANDS SANDSSpecial SANDSSpecial SANDSSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldWashington HeraldWashington HeraldWashington
Washington Jan 17 17The The house arv arvpropriations appropriatfons aspropriatlons
propriations committee has agreed to In Include Include i ielude ¬
clude an Item of o 25000 2 000 in the deficiency deficiencybill defi En Enbill <
bill now being framed to enable the geo geological gEOlogical gclogical ¬
logical survy to continue experiment experimentat
at Portland with the black sands of ofwestern otwestern ofwestern
western rivers riverscompletion riverscompletion riverscompletion
I
completion of the Clark road however howeverthe howeverthe howeverthe
the distance to the St George country countryand countryI countryand
and surrounding country has been rc reduced rcduced rcduced ¬
I duced so materially as to make m ke possi possible po porIbie st stble ¬
ble the development of the rich ttm ttmtory tlrrtory t rr rrtory
tory known to exist there The Dixl Dixlamong Dixlf1 Dixlf1among DL DLamong
among others has convinced mining miningmen millingmen niInIr niInIrmen
men here that the southwestern cor corner corner or orner ¬
ner of Utah and the adjacent camps cempsAiIzona m mArizona mAflzona
Arizona and Nevada offer a a splmdid splmdidfield splfndldfield splEndIifield
field for profitable investment Pros Prospecting Pro5pectlng Prospecting ¬
pecting has been going on in the th re region 1 1gion r rgion ¬
gion quietly for some time with gri grit1 grit1results g 1 1results Iresults
results and a number of smaller prop properties properties prorerties ¬
erties have been opened up to good ad advantage advantage advantage ¬
vantage Those familiar with the thecountry thecountD thecountry
country say there are numbers of ofsplendid f fsplendid fsplendid
splendid districts between the railroad railroadand railroadand railroadand
and the Grand Gulch which will in intime intime ivttime
time be producers and nd all agree that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the copper ores of the country are ex extraordinary estraiordinary IX IXtnwrdinary ¬
traordinary for their rictMiess and per permanence p > r rmanence tmanence ¬
manence
brosts and five lesser factions has haschosen haschosen haschosen
chosen the name of constitutional non nonarchists nonarchists nonarchists
archists and will nominate candidates candidatesin g gin
in common realizing that singly they theyare theyare hE hEare
are too weak to meet the well organ organized Organized organized ¬
ized constitutional democrats or evea eveathe eventhe eveathe
the social democrats andAsocial revolu revolutionists r rvolutionists volu volutIonlsts ¬
tionists tionistsDuring tIonlstsDurIng tionistsDuring
During the holidays the pacification pacificationof
of the country has been steadily ste dUy going goingforward goingforwud goingfoiw
forward foiw rd By an unsparing use of tha thamifitacy th thmifltuIY thmititany
mifitacy and wholesale whole aIe arrestsof arrests of tha thaleaders thaIeaders th thleaders
leaders of V the thei th fighting organizatlona organizatlonathe
the revolutionists have been beendriven driven tin under tinder tinder ¬
der grpund HndHhave RJl have been forced to re return return return ¬
turn to their old methods of assassin assassination asoossin2tlon assassintion ¬
tion Not a day passes passes without reports reportsof
of the murder of obnoxious officials So Sofar Sofar Sofar
far St Petersburg Pet burgrhas has escaped owing owingto OW lg lgto
to the demoralization dem oializati on of the terrorists terroristshere terroristshereandthe terroristshereandthe
here hereandthe and the activity a tivity of thepolice the police policer
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