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ii Established June 6 1870 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY JANUARY 19 1906 10 i 0 PAGES Price Five Cents V
vRefuses itefuses to o Submit Any longer to the theInsolence theInsolence theL
L V Insolence of the Pestiferous PestiferousCtstro PestiferousCastro i iCastro
> Castro Government GovernmentML Governmentt GovernmenttAlL GovernmentAEL
Paris aris Jan 18 f8 S Official confirmation confirmationOf confirmation confirmationof
Of Venezuelas unceremonious treat treatment treatment treatment ¬
ment of M Taigny the retiring French Frenchcharge Frenchcharge Frenchcharge
charge daffaires at Caracas Caracasha V has hasreached ha hareached har
reached r ached the foreign office The gov government government government ¬
ernment immediately decided to adopt adoptthe adoptthe adoptthe
the most energetic measures I l s r s to attain attainsatisfaction attainsatisfaction attainsatisfaction
satisfaction Though the officials will willnot winnot willnot
not make any direct statement on the theBubject thesubject thesubject
subject It is understood that a naval navaldemonstration navaldemonstration navaldemonstration
demonstration is under preparation the thedivision thedivision thedivision
division division of the French warships recent recently recentIy recently
ly assembled in the vicinity of Venez Venezuelan Venezu Venezulan ¬
ulan u lan waters being utilized for that thatpurpose thatpurpose thatpurpose
purpose A diplomat confirmed this thisview thisview thisVlc
Vlc view of the situation saying that thatPresident thatPresident thatPresident
President Castros action though not notan notan notan
an absolute absol te forcible expulsion of the theFrench th thFrench theFrench
French representative amounted to toan toan toan
an act of hostility since after M Taig Taigny Taigny Taigfly ¬
ny had left the shore in perfectly good goodfaith goodfaith goodfaith
faith in order to obtain dispatches dispatchesfrom dlsvatchesfrom dispatchesfrom
from the French steamer Martinique Martiniquethe rartIn1quethe
the Venezuelan authorities without withoutwarning withoutwarning withoutwarning
warning offered oU armed opposition 0Ppo it on to tohis tohis tohis
his relanmng relanilinSudh Sudh Ucl1 an ll i act should not notremain notremain ntrima1n
remain unchastised and France the thediplomat thediplomat thediplomat
diplomat addjed ddedwUl will has h hhetippQrt hhetippQrtof x the tJ1epqpport tJ1epqpportof uppprt uppprtof
of the whole world in demanding and andobtaining andobtaining andobtaining
obtaining proper satisfaction even evenphould evenJJhould evenhould
phould armed arm Intervention prove neces necessary neceseary necessary ¬
V VThe
The Last Straw StrawFrance StrawFrance StrawFrance
France it was further pointed out outhas outJUtS outVhas
has experienced wonderful patience patiencebut patienceb patiencebut
but b t is now driven to extremities extremitiesThe
The French Cable companys offi officials officials officials ¬
cials say SR that they received confirma confirmation confirmah ¬
A tion this morning of the reports that thatthe thatthe thatV thatthe
h V
the managers of the company at Car Caracas Caracas Caracas ¬
acas and Laguaira have also been ex expelled expelled cxpelied ¬
pelled from Venezuela The company companyhas companyhas companyhas
has about ten other managers in incharge incharge incharge
charge of different officers in Venezu Venezuela Venezuela Venezuela ¬
ela and momentarily expects to hear hearthat hearthat hearthat
that they have been expelled The Theofficials Theofficials TheV Theofficials
V officials of the company have brought broughtthe broughtS
S ft t V the matter before V the thegevernment thegevernmentyhich thegernmenthich gevernment gevernmentyhich
yhich hich has not yet announced that thatsteps thatsteps thatI
I steps < will be taken in the matter but butit butit butit
it is believed the th United States will willbe willb
be b asked to extend the protection of ofits ofits ofIts
its representative to these managers managersIn
V In the meanwhile M 1 Mmibourguet Mmibourguetthe
the Venezuela charge daffaires here herehas herehas herek
k > > has received an intimation to leave leaveFrench leaveFrench leaveFrench
French territory thus placing him per personally personaII personally ¬
sonally sonaII In an awkward position about abouthis abouthis abouthis
his private commercial relations with withFrance withFrance withFrance
France and it is also believed that he heretains heretains heretains
retains his French citizenship which whichwould whIchwould whIchwould
would make him liable to tomlUtery military ser service servloe service ¬
vice under the conscription law lawFRANCE lawRANCE lawf
Venezuelan Charge dAffalres Escort Escorted ¬
ed to the Frontier FrontierParis FrontierParis FrontierParis
Paris Jan 18 530 p m mM M Mau Maubourmiet 1tfauboufJrnet Maubourguct
bourmiet the charge daffaires of ofVenezuela oft
t 4 Venezuela here this afternoon received receivedthe receivedthe receivedV
V the official announcement of his ex expulsion expulsion exV ¬
V pulsion from French territory The Thenotificatien ThenotificMum TheflOtIuICatlOfl
notificatien was conveyed to him by byM byM
M Gouvtthe Gouvt thetthieseoretary tihlef hletsooretary ssoretary of Pre Premier Premier Premier ¬
mier Rouvier sand und a f special ial commis commissioner commissioner commissioner ¬
sioner of police pQll e a M I Merrion r rrion The Thecharge Thecharge Thecharge
charge daffaires daff8i es showed considerable considerableemotion considerableemotion considerableemotion
emotion but butaccepted accepted the govern governments governments ¬
4 ments decision He will leave Paris Parisfrom Paristram Parisfrom
from the Northern railroad station at at100S at1OOS
1008 tonight for Liege Belgium ac accompanied accompanied accompanled ¬
companied by the special commissioner commissionerof
of police who is responsible for his hissecurity hissecurity hisV
V security to the th frontier frontierThe frontierThe frontierThe
The action of the French government governmentwith govenlmentwith goveriimentwith
with reference to Venezuela has not notyet not1c
V loa 1c yet finally fin all been decided M I Rouvier RouvierIs
Is f calling the cabinet council together togetherto
to consider the steps to be taken In Inministerial Inministerial Inministerial
ministerial circles It Is believed that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the Incident of M Taignys expulsion expulsionloses expulsionloses expulsionloses
loses some of Its character of gravity gravityas
as official notification was w given to toPresident toPresident toPresident
President Castro a few days ago by
the American minister that diplomatic diplomaticrelations
q relations between France and Venezu Venezuela Venezuela Venezucia ¬
ela had ceased to exist Therefore M
Taigny was not expelled as the repre representative representative repret ¬
t sentative of France but as a simple
French citizen Meanwhile V a V telegram telegramfrom telegramfrom telegramfrom
from LOrleht the French war port iA t 1i3rlttalny
Brlttalny announces that the cruisers cruisersJ
J Jean Bart and ShasseloupLoubat ShasselouI > Loubat are areContinued areContinued areContinued
Continued on Page 2
j l System of Overweights and Underweights Acknowledged by byof
A AJ J rJud t1 dy Ohairman of the Finance Committee of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Traders Exchange 1
Kansas City Jan 18 lBEvidence Evidence of the theexistence theexIstence theexistence
existence at the stock yards ards in this city cityoC cityo
oC o an organization 01SU zaUon of men to defraud defraudshippers defraudshippers defraudshippers
shippers by a system of overweights and andunderweights andunderweights andV
V underweights was disclosed In the trial trialhero trialhere trialhere
here of Jay J Miller a a trader charged chargedwith chargedwith chargedwith
with perjury Millers trial Is the first firstIn firstIn firstIn
In the cases s of eleven welghmasters and andothers andf andothers
f others at the stock yards indicted last lastyear lnstyear lestV
V year following an investigation by a acommittee acommittee acommittee
committee of the Traders Exchange ExchangeMillar ExchangeM1lIar ExchangeMiller
Millar testified before the grand jury
that Indicted the men that he knew knewnothing knewnothing knewJ
J nothing ofthe of the existence of the alleged allegedcrookedness allegedorot allegedcrobkednesr
crookedness orot > kednessand and the t e prosecution is try tr trlng ¬
ing to prove that he did didParty didParty didt
t + < Party to the Theft TheftA
A J Judy present chairman of the thefinance thefinance thefinance
finance committee of the Traders Ex Exchange Exch Dxchange ¬
change ch nge admitted candidly on the stand standthat standthat standthat
that hoknew ho knew about the combine comblnethat that
Hearing of the Special Pleas for Im Immunity Immunity liiimlnlity ¬
munity Begun Before U S SDistrict Sistrict SiMstrict
District Judge Humphrey HumphreyREAL HumphreyREAL
Chicago Jan 18 18The The trial of the thespecial thespecial thespecial
special pleas of J Ogden Armour and andthe andthe andthe
the other packers and attorneys atto neys now nowunder nowunder nowunder
under indictment for conspiracy to re restrain restrain restrain ¬
strain trade and commerce were wereopened wereopened wereopened
opened today before Judge Humphrey Humphreyin
in the United States district court courtAmong courtAmoIlgj courtAmong
Among the defendants in court at the theopening theopening theopening
opening of the case were J Ogden Ar Armour Armour Armour ¬
mour Charles W Armour T J Con Connors Connors Connors ¬
nors Edward Morris Charles F Swift SwiftEdward SwiftEdward SwIftElward
Edward Swift Edward Cudahy and A AH AH AH
H Veeder VeederImmunity VeederImmunity VeederImmunity
Immunity Is Claimed ClaimedThe ClaimedThe ClaimedThe
The issue in the present pres en t case is the thecontention thecontention thecontention
contention of the packers that the gov government government government ¬
ernment should not prosecute them un under under nflder ¬
der the Indictments found because be use they theyare theyare theyare
are entitled to Immunity under a sec section section seetion ¬
tion of the law which grants freedom freedomfrom freedomfrom freedomfrom
from prosecution to any person who is iscompelled iscompelled iscompelled
compelled to produce Incriminating ev evidence evIdence cviclence ¬
idence against himself It is claimed claimedby claimedby claimedby
by the packers pa kers that they were com compelled compened cornpelled ¬
pelled by Commissioner of Coropora Coroporatioris Coroporatlor Coroporatioris
tioris tlor s Garfield to give such evidence and andthat andthat andthat
that they were moreover promised im immunity immunity immunity
munity by him The result of the hear hearing hearIng hearlng ¬
ing which began today wilt determine determinewhether determinewhether determinewhether
whether or not the government has the theright theright theright
right to proceed to trial ial under the in indictments indictments indictments ¬
dictments returned against the packers packersPlea packersPlea packersPlea
Plea of the Packers PackersAttorney PackersArttomey PackersArttorney
Attorney John S Miller for the pack packrers packers packers
ers made the opening statement He Hetook Hetook Hetook
took up the Garfield report explaining explainingit
it and detailing at length the issues of offact offact offact
fact which are involved In the case caseMr caseMr caseMr
Mr Miller then launched Into a long longdiscussion longdiscussion longdiscussion
discussion of the law covering inter interstate inter9tate inter9tate ¬
9tate commerce District Attorney Mor Morrison Morrison Morrison ¬
rison raised an objection to a long dis discussion discussion discussion ¬
cussion of the law lawI
I am inclined to permit the widest widestlatitude widestlatitude widestlatitude
latitude in this matter said Judge JudgeHumphrey JudgeHumphrey JudgeHumphrey
Humphrey HumphreyMr
Mr Miller then continued his state statement statement stateinent ¬
ment but art the close of the day he hehad hehad hehad
had not concluded his arguments and andhe andhe andhe
he will again have the floor at the open opening opening openlug ¬
ing of court tomorrow morning morningNothing morningJ morningSENATORS morningSENATORS
Nothing Definite Concerning Concerningthe
the Federal Appointments Appointmentsin
in Utah UtahSpecial Utahpeclal Utah1Special
+ Special to The Th Herald HeraldWashmgton Heraldt + f
4 t Washington Jan 18 18The The Utah Utahsenators f
4 4 + senators have been In consultation consultatlonconcerning consultationconcerning + f
+ f concerning the Utah federal ap appeiJ1ltments apporntinents + f ff
+ f poiretments which are to be made madesoon madesoon + f fsoon
+ soon but they have reached no defi defil + f fnite
4 nite conclusions ns concerning any of ofthe f fH t tthe
l H + the appointees to be selected selectedSenator 4 +
4 + Senator Sutherlands attention was wascalled wascalled wascalled + +
+ called this evening to report that thatSpry 4
+ f Spry has been beaten in his candi candidacy 4 f
+ 4 dacy for marshalship marshals1 p He said no nocandidate 4 9candidate +
4 + candidate has been beaten for any anyoffice 4 4 4office
4 office and none selected The matter matterof + 4 4of f
4 + of appointments is under considera consid consideratlon ra rat10n + 4 4f
+ f tlon and announcement probably will w1Ilbe willbe + f
+ 4 be made in a short time of all rec recommendatIons 4 + 4 4ommendatlons
4 + ommendatlons which will be made madeby madeby 4 +
4 + by the Utah delegation delegationThe delegationThe 4
4 + The postmastership of Salt Lake LakeCity 4
4 + City is in the same situation ex cxcepting t < >
t 4 + cepting that this appointment will wiIIbe 4 4f
4 f be decided upon by Sutherland him himself himself +
+ 4 self Both Utah senators have re repeatedly 4 4 4peatedly
4 + peatedly declared that no differ dlfferences 4 4 4ences
4 ences have existed between them in int inregard +
4 + regard to appointments and that thattheir 4 f =
4 t 4 their action in selecting appointees appointeesw111 4 +
4 will be harmonious harmoniousUNION + f
+ 444 4 MM 44 MM MHHMH MHHMHUNION t + + +
121 121UNION
Wall of Water and Crushed Ice IceRushed IceRus1ted IceRushed
Rushed Down Upon Evanston Evanstonr EvanstonWyoNo
r Wyo WyoNo No lives Lost Lostf LostEvanston LostEvanston
+ f Evanston Wyo Jan 17 17The 17Thelower 17Thelower The +
4 + lower portion of Evanston is isflooded isflooded +
4 + flooded by water from the Union UnionPacific UnionPacific + f fPacific
+ Pacific Ice dam above the city citywhich +
4 9 which went out at 10 oclock to today today 4
4 + day No lives have been lost but butpeople butpeople + f
4 + people were compelled to flee from fromth fromtheir + f
+ their th lr homes and considerable dam damage damage 4 +
4 + age was done to property The Thegreat Thegreat 4 +
4 + great wall of water and broken brokenice Qr ken kenice 4 +
4 + ice rushed down the canyon car carrying carrying +
+ rying trees rocks and debris The Thedamage Thedamage 4 +
4 + damage is estimated at 200000 200000t 4 4H +
4 H + + m 4V + V + + M + M + + M + + M + + M + + H + t + H + + tt i + H t + t + + 4 f i
he profited by the
thefts and was a party
to them themJudy themJudy themJudy
Judy testified that Carl Wrightmire Wrightmirea
a weighmaster and one of the men un ¬
der Indictment had asked him to pnter
the Combine ombine and
he had done so soShameless soShameless soShameless
Shameless Confession ConfessionHe
He told me testified Judy all about
the organization that had been arranged
to short and over weigh He Hesaid Hesnld Hesaid
said there was already a
number of
men menat menat menat
at the yards who were at It That when
they bought b ught cattle the latter were un
derweighed and when they sold they
were overweighed He offered to put putme putme putme
me on the list I to give him 40 per cent centof centof centof
of what we made and to retain 60
per percent percent parcent
cent He was to take the money and
divide It with the men who weighed the thecattle thecattle thecattle
cattle at the yards yardsJudy yardsTudy
Judy testified to having paid V V money
to Charles Wiggens and33ruce and iBruce Wrackel Wrackslidorfferfor
idorfferfor dorer for making Improper weights by
which he profited
Butting In
Deadly Drug Put in Food Eaten by the Family at Breakfast BreakfastDaughter BreakfastDaughter BreakfastDaughter
Daughter Dangerously III IIIAir Air of Mystery Sur Surrounds Surrounds Surrounds ¬
rounds the Affair
Denver Jan 18AA News special from fromCanon fromCanon fromCanon
Canon City says that former Governor GovernorJames 00vernorJames vernor vernorJames
James H Peabody his wife and and their theirdaughter theirdaughter theirdaughter
daughter were poisoned by food eaten at atbreakfast atbreakfast atbreakfast
breakfast this morning and that th t the thedaughter thedaughter thedaughter
daughter Miss Cora Peabody is In a adangerous apangerous adangerous
dangerous condition as a result The Thegovernor Thegovernor Thegovernor
governor and Mrs Peabody although althoughquite althoughquite althoughquite
quite ill for several hours recovered suf sufficiently sufficiently uf ufuiclently ¬
ficiently to devote their attention to the thedaughter thedaughter thedaughter
daughter Physicians are in attendance attendanceupon attendanceupon attendanceupon
upon the young lady and unless a change changefor changefor changefor
for the worse comes tonight they believe believeshe believeshe believeshe
she will escape serious consequences consequencesAir
Air of Mystery MysteryAn
An Au air of mystery surrounds the affair affairEnough affairEnough affairEnough
Enough was gleaned from friends of the thefamily thefamily thefamily
family tonight to show that there is a abelief abelief abelief
belief that an attempt was made to de destroy destroy destroy ¬
stroy the family by poison An Intimate Intimatefriend intimatefriend Intimatefriend
friend of the Peabodys said that several
Native Village V Raided by a Party of Warriors and 33 of V the theInhabitants theInhabitants theInhabitants
Inhabitants Butchered as They Slept SleptSix SleptSixWhites SleptSixWhitesVictims Six Whites WhitesVictims WhitesVictims
Victims of Latest La test Outrage V V
Victoria B C Jan 18 l8Advices Advices of mas massacres massacres massacres ¬
sacres by the blacks in New Guinea and andnorth andnorth andnorth
north Australia were received by the thesteamer thesteamer thesteamer
steamer Moana today In New Guinea a aparty aparty aparty
party of warriors made a raid on the vil village village viilage ¬
lage of Ekiri thirty miles from the capi capital capItal capital ¬
tal Port Moresby and killed thirtythree thirtythreeof
of the Inhabitants who were sleeping
The bodies were much mutilated The Thevillage Thevillage Thevillage
village was looted and destroyed any ¬
thing of value being carried off The vil village village viilage ¬
lage constable escaped though hrs loin loincloth loincloth loincloth
cloth was pierced by spears thrown at athim athim athim
him and after hiding In the bush for forsome forsome forsome
some days with two other survivors he hereported hereported hereported
reported at Port Moresby to report the themassacre themassacre
massacre and a force of armed consta constables constables ¬
bles were sent to toV topunh V punish the raiders raidersJESOIflOl raIdersRESOLUTION raidersRESOUT1ON
Only Eight Members of Senate SenateFavored SenateFavored SenateFavored
Favored Investigating the theMrs theMrs theMrs
Mrs Morris Incident IncidentWasnington IncidentWasnington IncidentWasnington
Wasnington Jan IS 18There There was an anecho anecho anecho
echo of yesterdays stormy session in the thesenate thesenate thesenate
senate today when Mr rr Tillman present presented ¬
ed his resolution directing a a senatorial senatorialinvestigation senatorialinvestigation senatorialInvestigation
investigation into the removal of Mrs MrsMinor MrsMinor Irs Irslinor
Minor Morris from the White House The Theresolution Theresolution Thersolution
resolution provoked no debate and Mr MrTillman MrTillman MrTiliman
Tillman contented himself with a brief briefstatement briefstatement briefstatement
statement in which he said that he would wouldnot wouldnot woulUnot
not have Introduced oie ae resolution but butfor butfor butfor
for the taunt of Mr Hale When he con concluded concluded coneluded ¬
cluded Mr Daniel moved that the resolu resolution resolution resolution ¬
tion be laid on the table and this dispo disposition dJsPQsition dispositlon ¬
sition was made of it by a vote of 54 to 8 8The BThe 8The
The remainder of the day was devoted devotedto
to speeches on the pure food and mer merchant merchant merchant ¬
chant marine bills Mr McCumber advo advocating advoca advocating ¬
cating ca ng the food measure and Mr Mallory Malloryopposing Malloryppposlng
opposing the shipping bill billMr bUIMr billMr
Mr Mallory was so frequently Inter1 Inter1rupted inter interrupted interrupted
rupted as to cause his speech to take on onthe onthe i ithe
the aspect of a general debate During
the controversy Mr Bacon suggested that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the American corporations like the Stand Standard Statdard Stagdard ¬
ard Oil company engaged in transporting transportingtheir
their own goods to market could take ad advantage advnntage advLntage ¬
vantage of the subsidiary provision of ofthe Ofthe o othe
the bill Mr Gallinger admitted the force forceof forceof forceof
of the objection and promised that the thedefect thedefect thedefect
defect would be corrected correctedThe correctedThe correctedThe
The senate ajourned until Monday MondayWashington MondayWashington MondayWashhgton
Washington Jan 18 18nfter njfter paying a atriuute atnuute atriuute
triuute to the frigate Constitution today todayand toda todaand todayand
and ordering an Investigation in order orderto orderto orderto
to ascertain the annual amount necessary necessaryto
to preserve the ship the house devoted devotedthe devotedthe devotedthe
the day until 545 54 to the perfection ami amipassage amIpassage andpassage
passage of a bill providing for the final finaldisposition finaldIsposItion finaldispositiOn
disposition of the affairs of the five civil clvillz clvlli civiliz
lz i tribes in the Indian Territory With Withone Withone Withone
one or two minor amendments the bill billwas billwas billwas
was passed subsequently substantially substantiallyas
as it came from the committee The bill billprovides bUtprovides billprovides
provides for concluding the enrollment of ofIndians ofindians ofIndians
Indians of the tribes and the allotment allotmentof
of lands to them The enrollment and andAllotment andUotment andftilotznent
Allotment Is made the thesubject subject of many manyrestrictions manyrestrictions manyrestrictions
restrictions and iPovisions provisions j
letters had been received by the former formergovernor formergovernor formergovernor
governor within the past week V or two twocalling twocalling twocalling
calling his attention to the manner of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the death of former Governor Steunen Steunenberg Steunenberg teunen teunenberg
berg of Idaho and threatening him him with witha
a similar fate fatePeabociy fatePe fateV
V Peabociy Pe Feabo boq WontReferring Wont Talk TalkfKef I
Ii i
Kef Referring erring to the Incident his family familywent familywent I Iwent
went through today Governor Peabody Peabodyjsaid Peobodrsaid Peabodysaid
said saidI
I do not want to say where I think thinkthe thinkthe i ithe
the responsibility lies until ntil the results of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the investigations now being made are areknown areknown areknown
known knownMr knownMr knownMr
Mr Peabody was governor of Colorado Coloradoduring Coloradoduring Coloradoduring
during the labor troubles at Cripple Creek Creekand Creekand Creekand
and Telluride when troops took posses possession possession possession ¬
sion of the two camps and during which whichtime whichtime whichtime
time the Independence depot dynamite dynamitedisaster dynamitedisaster dynamitedisaster
disaster happened
i The other massacre at Poht Keats in involved Involved involved ¬
volved the killing by blacks of six white whitemen whitemen whitemen
men and three natives Messrs Flinders Flindersand FUndersand Flindersand
and Bender government engineers en engaged engaged engaged ¬
gaged in well boring brought the news to
Port Darwin They stated two white en engineers engineers engineers ¬
gineers had been murdered and seven
black men arrested and taken on board boarda
a steam launch The party on board the
launch were much surprised by the
blacks and massacred them with the ex exception exception cxception ¬
ception of a native boy who jumped jumpedoverboard jumpedoverboard Jumpedoverboard
overboard and escaped The white men menwere menwere menwere
were killed with tomahawks while sleep ¬
ing The men massacred V were Messrs
Bradshaw Dannock Skaehan and Ivan Ivani Ivanoff Ivanoff
i off and two other engineers en ineers names un ¬
known as well as three natives A posse posseI posseof
I of civilians and police was organized to toproceed toproceed toproceed
proceed to the scene of the tragedy tragedyWIDE tragedyWIDE tragedyIID
Los Angeles Labor Lab r Leader
Goes to Sleep in California
Waking in N NI S SWales SWalesVictoria Wales WalesVictoria WalesVictorIa
Victoria B C Jan 18 lBThe The steamer steamerMoana steamerMoana steamerMoana
Moana brought news today from
Syd Sydney Sydney Sydney ¬
ney Australia that William S Smith a
labor leaderof leader of Los
Angeles who
was a avictim avictim avictim
victim of a strange lapse of memory dur during durIng during ¬
ing which he unconsciously traveled to toAustralia toAustralia toAustralia
Australia is being returned home on the thesteamer tlles1eamer thesteamer
steamer Sierra Smith awoke one morn
Ing to find findhlmself himself In an unfamiliar coun ¬
try with strange vegetation and weird
gum trees such as he had never seen
all about him He seemed dazed and in i iMuch
Quired from strangers where he was
Much to his astonishment he was told he hewas hewas hewas
was In a small town of New South Wales
He said he had gone to sleep in a railway raiiwavcar
car in California six months before and and
the Interval since then was a a blank He
tramped his way to Sydney where medi medical medlcal rnethcal ¬
cal examination showed that
nothing was waswrong waswrong wawrong
wrong with his mind other than that
there was a gap of six months in his
memory memor At Sydney he told his story to
the labor council which Investigated it itand Itand itand
and communicated with
his friends
ar arranging arranging arranging ¬
ranging for his return His wife died at
Los Angeles during his absence absenceHOWELL obsenceHOWELL absenceHOWELL
Special to The Herald HeraldWashington HeraldWas1 HeraldWasbington
Washington Was1 ngton Jan 18 18Representative 18RepresentativeHoweU Representative RepresentativeHowell
HoweU today Introduced a bill author authorizing authorIzingl authorizing ¬
izing the th state of Utah to select school schoolindemnity schoolIndemnity schoolindemnity
indemnity or other lands granted gran ted to tothe tothe tothe
the state by the enabling net within the thelimits thelimits thelimits
limits of any abandoned military res reservation reservationin reservation ¬
ervation ervationin Jn Utah The bill also extends extendsthe xtendsthe tends tendsthe
the public PUb He land 10 nd laws to land witmn wtt the thelimits thelImIts thejimits
limits of the theaband9ned aband9ned F FQrt < rt ISmten ISmtendeureservation GiIttenden mtendenreservat1
deureservation denreservat1I den reservat1oii I
Eighteen Miners Meet Death in inDeadly inDeadly inp
p Deadly Dust Explosion in inWest inWest inWest
West Virginia VirginiaCharleston VirginiaJ VirginiaCharleston
V V V VCharleston
Charleston W Va Jan IS 18Elghtcel1 18Elghtcel1men Eighteen Eighteenmen i
men are believed to have been killed In Ina ina ina
a terrific explosion today in one of ofthe ofthemines of the themines themines
mines of the Detroit Kanawha Coal Coalcompany Coalcompany Coalcompany i
company at Detroit on Paint Creek this thiscounty thiscounty thiscounty
county twentyfive miles from here The Themen Themen Themen
men who were In the mine at tho time timeof timeof timeof
of the explosion and who are believed to tohave tohave tohave
have perished are areIsaac areIsaac areIsaac
Isaac Pancake Benjamin Snyder
Charles Snyder Isaac Snyder A N So Sovine Sovine Sovne
vine James McArdle Patrick McArdle
Stephen McArdle G P Neal Peter PeterBrldgeman PeterBridgeman
BrIdgeman Edward Brldgeman Philip P1 llp
Bridgeman Melvin Bridgeman John JohnMickel JohnMickel JohnMickel
Mickel Edward Mickel Claude Saunders SaundersPatrick SaundersPatriclt SaundersPatrick
Patrick McLaughlin John McLaughlin McLaughliivThe
The four Brldgemans were brothers as aswere aswere aswere
were the three Snyders tho three McAr McArdles lIcArdIes McArdies
dIes and two MIckels The McLaughlins McLaughlinswere
were father and son sonThe sonThe sonThe
The Hills H ills Trembled TrembledThe
The explosion occurred at 1230 oclock oclockHad 0cloc1tHad oclockHad
Had it been either before or after the theneon thenCOI theacer
neon hour the death list would have been beenstill beenstill beenstill
still more appalling as hundreds of mon monwould monwould menwould
would have been killed The force of the theexplosion theeJiplosion theexplosion
explosion was so great that the hills hillstrembled hillstrembled hillstrembled
trembled Tons of wreckage and debris debriswere 1 1WEre iwere
were hurled from the mouth of the mine mineblocking mineblocking mineblocking
blocking the entrance and making the thecrk thecrk theork
crk of rescue difficult difficultThe difficultThe difficultThe
The first body reached was that of G GP GP QP
P Neal which was discovered 150 yards yardsfrom yardsfrom yardsfrom
from the entrance The mine superintendent superinten superintendent superlntendent ¬
dent says that the other men were work working working working ¬
ing much further back than Neal and andhe andhe andhe
he has no hope of reaching them until to tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow morning Even though the men monsurvived mensurvived menturvived
survived the explosion it Is almost cer certain certain errthin ¬
tain that they will fall victims to the thedeadly thedeadly thedeadly
deadly afterdamp rhe cause of the ex explosion explosion cxplosion ¬
plosion is not yet fully determined but butIt butIt butit
It Is believed that a blast ignited the dust dustvhich dustwhich dustvhich
vhich accumulates in the mines The TheDetroit TheDetroit TheDetroit
Detroit Kanawha Coal company sold solaIts soldits soldIts
Its holdings a few days ago to a syndicate syndicateconsisting syndicateccnsisting syndicateecnsisthjg
consisting of the Mucklow brothers of this thiscity thIscit thiscity
city cit W r D Doyer of Scranton Pa and andother andGther andother
other Pennsylvania capitalists who pur purchased purchased pmchased ¬
chased mines on Paint creek and the thePaint thePaInt thePaint
Paint Creek collieries company to oper operate operate operate ¬
ate them The transfer of the properties propertieswas
was made last Monday and a few days daysbefore daysbefore daysbefore
before the transfer the mine was exam examined examined exammed ¬
ined by the mine Inspector who reported reportedthat reportedthat reportedthat
that it was In good condition conditiond conditionell
I ell ellHIGH S
Rural England EnglandVoting Voting for Free FreeTrade FreeTradeGlasgow FreeTradeGlasgow
Trade TradeGlasgow Glasgow Is Also Alsoin Alsoin V Vin
in Line LineLondon LineLondon Line1London
London Jan 18 13Rural Rural England Is now nowbeing nowbeIng nowbeing
being polled and Is returning Liberals Liberals to toparliament topuriiament toparliament
parliament with the same enthusiasm that thatalready thatalready thatalready
already has been displayed by the towns townsFew townsFew townsFew
Few additional returns are received but butthe butthe butthe
the polling in rural towns are not known knowngenerally knowngeneraII knowngenerally
generally until the following day but butthose butthose butthose
those reported show persistent Liberal Liberaland Liberaland Liberaland
and Labor gains gainsGlasgow gainsGlasgow gainsGlasgow
Glasgow has gone strongly Liberal the theseven theseven theseven
seven contests being marked by four Lib Liberal Liberal Liberal ¬
eral and one Labor gain while the only
two Unionists left In the representation representationare
are free traders Among the well known knownmembers knownmembers knownmembers
members of parliament unseated there are areA areA areA
A Boar Law Unionist representing the
Black Friars district who was parliamen parliamentary parIlamentary parllamentary ¬
tary secretary to the board of trade In
1902 and Sir J StirlingMaxwell conser conservative conservative conservatlve ¬
vative representing Glasgow university
John Morley secretary for state for In Iniia luw luwiia InIia
iia was returned for Montrose by a good goodmajority goodmajority goodmajority
majority majorityCambridge majorityCambridge majorityCambridge
Cambridge university returned two twoUnionist twoUnionist twoUnionist
Unionist tariff reformers S H Butcher Butcherand Butcherand Butcherand
and Mr Rawllnson RawllnsonLancashire RawI1nsonLancashire RawlinsonLancashire
Lancashire appears to be going as asstrongly a3strongly asstrongly
strongly Liberal as did Manchester the thethree thethree thethree
three results already received there re recording recording recording ¬
cording two Liberal and one Labor gain gainAmong gaInAmong gainAmong
Among those unseated In Lancashire are areLord areLord areLord
Lord Stanley former pjQstmaster general generalby generalby generalV
by the Laborite W T Wilson with a amajority clmajority amajority V
majority of 3128 and C A Cripps by H HNuttal HNuttal HNuttal
Nuttal Liberal a ftP J v o jcradarX der with a amajority amajorlt amajorityO
majority > o o 2S 2 2S44
Poultney Bigelow in Contempt of the theSenate theSenate theSenate
Senate Committee on Inter InterOceanic InterOoeanic InterOceanic
Oceanic Canals CanalsWILL CanalsWILL CanalsWILL
HIM HIWIWashington HIMWas1 HIMWashington
Was1 Washington ngton Jan 18 18Poultne Poultney Bigelow Bigelowthe Bigelowthe
the magazine writer whoso arraignment arraignmentof
of the administration and management of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Isthmian canal affairs in an article articlepublished articlepublished articlepublished
published In the Independent which was wasdenounced wasdenounced wasdenounced
denounced by Secretary of War Taft Taftproved Taftproved Taftproved
proved to be a contumacious witness be before before before ¬
fore the thesenate senate committee on interoceanic interoceaniccanals Interoceaniccflnals Interoceaniccanals
canals today and involved the committee committeein
in a controversy which caused two ex executive executive cxecutive ¬
ecutive sessions and must be considered consideredagain consideredagain consideredagain
again tomorrow before action can be betaken beItaken betaken
taken The recalcitrancy of the witness witnesswas witnesswas witnesswas
was shown as the result of a statement statementby
by him that many eminent engineers haa haadeclined haadeclined baideclined
declined to accept the employment of the thegovernment thegovernment thegovernment
government because of physical conditions conditionson
on the Isthmus IsthmusDeclined IsthmusDeclined isthmusDeclined
Declined to Give Names NamesThe NamesThe NamesThe
The committee demanded the names of ofsuch ofs1ch ofsuch
such engineers and Mr Bigelow declined declinedto
to give them on the ground that to do doso doso doso
so would be to violate confidence and andsubmit andsubmit andsubmit
submit these persons to embarrassments embarrassmentsHo
Ho intimated that the displeasure of the theadministration thuadmInistration theadministration
administration would be exhibited in such suchmanner suchmanner suchmanner
manner that their reputations would wouldbe wouldbl wouldbe
be bl worth nothing after the official replies replieshad replieshad replieshad
had been concluded concludedWanted conc1udedWanted concludedWanted
Wanted to t Punish Him HimTwo HimTwo HimTwo
Two opportunities were given to Mr MrBigelow MrBIgelow MrBigelow
Bigelow to answer but he persisted In Inhis Inhis inhis
his refusals Senator Morgan who con conducted conducted conclucted ¬
ducted the last examination warned the thewitness thewItness thewitness
witness in such manner as seemed to tocommit tocommit tocommit
commit the committee to punishment if ifha ifha ifhe
ha continued to bring himself into con contempt contempt contempt ¬
tempt but the advice was of no avail and andthe andthe andthe
the doors were ordered closed for a sec second necond ¬
ond time In executive session it devel developed
oped that the committee was agreed that thatthe thatthe
the offense of Mr Bigelow was of such sucha
a nature that there could be no doubt of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the committees power to have him dealt dealtwith dealtwith dealtwith
with summarily Senators Knox Hop Hopkins Hopkins Hopkins ¬
kins and Morgan favored a certification certificationof
of his recalcitrancy to < the vice president presidentfor
for submission of the case to United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States Attorney Baker for the District Districtof
of Columbia ColumbiaTwo i iTwo ATwo
Two Senators Objected ObjectedThis ObjectedThis ObjectedThis
This course met opposition from Sena Senators Senators Senators ¬
tors Gorman and Simmons on the ground groundthat groundthat groundthat
that it would prevent further examination examinationi
of the witness on other subjects men mentioned Jrumticned menticned ¬
ticned In the magazine article which whichmakes whichmakes whichmakes
makes charges against the canal manage management management management ¬
ment Several members of the commit committee committee
tee said that Mr Bigelows usefulness as asa asa asa
a witness was at an end and urged and andargued al1dargued andargued
argued so vehemently against any an delay delayin
in proceedings against Mr Bigelow that thatSenators thatSenators thatSenators
Senators Gorman and Simmons declared declaredthat declaretithat declaredthat
that their purpose seemed to be to inter interfere interfere injerfere ¬
fere with the thorough investigation of ofcanal ofcallal ofcanal
canal affairs which was V ordered by the thesenate theSaD11e thescoate
senate senateWhen SaD11eYhen scoateWhen
When it was apparent there could be no noaction nOaction nOaction
action today a motion to adjourn until untiltomorrow untHtomorrow untltomorrow
tomorrow at 11 oclock was carried This Thiswas ThIswas Thiswas
was with the understanding that the rec recoids recoIds recoids
oids of todays hearing should be printed printedand printedand printedand
and In the hands of the committee at attomorrows attomorrows attomorrows
tomorrows meeting Mr Bigelow was wascommanded wascommanded wascommanded
commanded to hold himself ready to ap appear appear appear ¬
pear tomorrow if wanted wantedDenied wantedDenied wantedDenied
Denied by Freeman FreemanProvidence FreemanProvIdence FreemanProvidence
Providence R I Jan 18 18Regardfng 18RegardfngPoultney lRegardlngPoultney Regarding RegardingPoultney
Poultney Bigelows assertion before the thecommittee thoccmmlttee theccmmlttee
ccmmlttee on interoceanic canals today todaythat todaythat todaythat
that among prominent engineers who whohave whohave whohave
have declined appointments to assist In Inthe inthe inthe
the construction of the Panama canal canalwas canalwas canalwas
was John R Freeman the latter tonight tonightstated tonighttated tonightstated
stated In an Interview here that Mr MrJcelow MrT Mrligelow
T Jcelow was mistaken Mr Freeman said saidha saidh saidhe
ha h had declined no appointment of the thekind thekind thekind
kind kindHI kindHUMAN kindHUMAN
Evidence Accumulates Against AgainstOregon AgainstOregon AgainstOregon
Oregon Man Accused of ofMurdering ofMurdering ofMurdering
Murdering His Wife WifeTlllamook WifeTllIamook WifeTillamook
Tlllamook Ore Jan 18 18Deputy Deputy DIs DIstrict Dintrict J Jtrlct
trict Attorney Cooper and Sheriff Woolfe Woolfeconfirm Woolfeccnfirm Woolfeccnfirm
ccnfirm the report that the bones found foundin
in the old iron heater which was In A J JHembrees ofHembrees SHembrees
Hembrees house when it was burned burneddown burneddown burneddown
down at Sand Lake some time ago are arethose arcthos8 arethose
those of human skulls As soon soonns as the thenews thoncws thenews
news of the finding of the human bones bonesIn bonesIn bonesin
In the heater was received here herethe the of officials officials officials ¬
ficials started for the scene and are now nowon nowon nowon
on their return trip to this city with what whatIs
Is alleged conclusive evidence that Hem Hembree Hembree i ibree
bree who Is now confined in the Yamhill Yamhillccunty Yam1 Yamhiflccunty ll llccunty
ccunty jail killed his wife and daughter daughterand daughtetand
and then burned the bodies and the house houseto
to cover up one of the worst crimes ever evercommitted evercommitJted evercommibted
committed in Oregon OregonWhen OregonVhen OregonWhen
When circumstances pointed to Hembrce Hembrceas
as the possible murderer of his wife wifeand wifeand wifeand
and daughter threats thre ts of lynching were weremade were1I weremade
made 1I ade and it was to avert mob rule that thatHembree thatHembree thatHembree
Hembree was removed to Yamhill county countyfor count countfor countyfor
for safe keeping
Frank Warburton Leaves Leavesa a Note for a Girl Asking Her to For Forgive Forgive Forgive ¬
give Him for Something Som thing H He Had H d Said Saidand SaidandEnds
1 4 and andEnds Ends His Life V
Special to The Herald HeraldCoalvllle HeraldCoa1vilIe HeraldCoaivllle
Coalvllle Utah Jan IS lSWith With cold coldblooded coldblooded old oldblooded ¬
blooded premeditation j 1ir rank k Warjburton Warjburtona Wa burton burtona
a boy of 17 took morphine mOJphlneand and id ended his hislife hislite hislife
life In a room in the theCoalville iCoalyllle House Househere Househere Househere
here Tuesday night His body bOdy was wa wadiscovered riot riotdiscovered rtotdIscovered
discovered until this afternoon aft rnoon when the theroom theroom theroom
room where It lay was forced open He Hehad Hehad Hehad
had locked the door and barricaded It Itwith Itwith Itwith
with the washstand andome and some chairs chairsIn chaIrsIn chairsIn
In the room was a note addressed to a aCoalvllle aCoalvllle aCoalville
Coalvllle girl whose name the officers officersrefuse officersrefuse officersrefuse
refuse to divulge The note read readWhen read11en read1Vhen
When 11en you read this I will be far away awa awatrom
from you Gorgive me for what I said saidto saidto saidto
to you last night nightThreatened nightThreatened nightThreatened
Threatened to toEnd End HisLife HisLifeWhat His Life LifeWhat LifeV
V What he h said according to the th officers officerswas officerswaS officerswaS
was that he Intended to end his life He
had told several of his friends that he In Intended intended Intended ¬
tended doing so SOl but none of them took
BondHolders Negotiating for Stock StockControl StockConnol StockControl
Control of Utah Light Lightilailway LightRailway LightRailway
Railway Company CompanyIN
1 Radioal changes will be wrought In the thaaffairs theaffairs theaffairs
affairs of the Utah Light LI ht Railway com company cornpany ¬ 1 1pan
pany pan within the next sixty days Con Control Control ¬ I Itrol
trol of theproperty th property Is certain to change changehands changehands changehands V
hands Hope I pe is held out that 53300000 500000 is isto isto Isto
to be expended ex ended in the betterment of the thelighting thelighting thelIghting
lighting and transit systems s stems of the city cityand cityand cityand
and that Salt Lake City ity is to be placed placedIn
In line with the most fortunate munici municipalities munlcipaIlti8B municipalitise ¬
palities of the west In these respects respectsW
W J 3 T Curtis the leading member of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the law firm of Sullivan Cromwell of ofNew otNew ofNew
New York City is now on his way west westHe westHe westHe
He is expected In Salt Lake City within withina
a week His firm represents a syndicate syndicateof
I of eastern and nd English capitalists who whohave whohave whohave
have become interested In securing con control control control ¬
trol of the Utah Light Railway com company company ¬ V Vpany
pany Whether this syndicate takes over overthe overthe overthe
the property and proceeds to invest a alarge a aar alarge
large ar e sum of money In improvements will willdepend willdepend willdepend
depend upon whether a 8 controlling In Interest interest interest ¬
terest in the stock of the company will willbe wilLbe f fbe
be surrendered surrenderedWhy surrenderedWhy V VWhy
Why Curtis Comes to Salt Lake LakeAttorney LakeAttorne LakeAttorney
Attorney W r J Curtis is coming to toSalt toSalt toSalt
Salt Lake City at this time to secure secureI securecontrol ecurecontrol
I control of the property for his clients if ifpossible Ifpossible Ifpossible
possible His law firm is known the theworld theworld theworld
world over and although his name does doeanot doesnot doesnot
not appear he is one 01 of the Influential Influentialmembers influentialmembers influentialmembers
members It was as Sullivan Cromwell Cromwellthat Cromwellthat Cromwellthat
that floated the Panama canal Issue for forthe forthe forthe
the French a few years ago Recently Recentlythe
the same firm has handled the Milwaukee Milwaukeestreet Milwaukeestreet Milwaukeestreet
street car aeal a a transaction o unusual unusualmagnitude unusualmagI1ftllde unusualmagnitude
magnitude magnitudeThe
The business of the Utah Light LightRailway LightRailway LightRailway
Railway company has become oomph complicated compllcatea oomphcateci ¬
cated by the number of consolidations consolidationsand
and reorganizations that have taken takenpiace takenplace takenpiace
piace so much so that it is i difficult for forthose forth08e forthose
those on the outside to get a clear idea ideaof ideaof ideaof
of the situation Control Yet of the bonded bondedindebtedness bondedIndebtedness bondedIndebtedness
indebtedness of the property is held by bythe bythe bythe
the Gas Water General Investment Investmenttrust Investmenttrust Investmenttrust
trust of London England EnglandFight En EnglandFight land landFight
Fight to Control the Stock StockControl StockControl StockControl
Control of the stock of the company is isin ISIn 15in
in doubt and here is where the battle Is Isto ist isto
to t be fought fou ht English investors have haveheld havdbeld haveheld
held a good block of the stock for years yearsA
A W McCune and men closely associat pssociated associated lS8ociated ¬
ed with him are understood to hold 45 per percent percent percent
cent of the stock Tid T Church of Jesus JesusChrist JesusChrIst JesusChrist
Christ of Latterday Sainis is isjd ald d to tohold tf tfhold t thold
hold 16 per cent of the stock st k This makes makesthe makesthe makesthe
the situation an Interesting one for the thereason therea thereason
reason rea Q that A W McCune and his close closefriends closefriends closefriends
friends do not enjoy the Idea of being beingsidetracked beingsidetracked beingsidetracked
sidetracked and do not intend to be besidetracked besidetracked besidetracked
sidetracked If they can help It This Thismav Thismay Thismay
may be done indefiance in defiance of all their op opposition opposition opposition ¬
position especially If the church surren surrenders surrenders surrenders ¬
ders its stock to the syndicate represent represented ¬
ed by Attorney Curtis CurtisThe CurtisThe Curtisrho
The crying need of the system Is cash cashwith cashwith cashwith
with which to make radical improve improvements improvements improvements ¬
ments and extensions For years the thelack thftlack thelack
lack of funds has been a fearful handi handicap handicap handcap ¬
cap The property has been bonded to tote t t1e toLe
te limit and to pay Interest on this thisbonued thlabonaed thisboneed
bonued indebtedness and at the same sametime sametime sametime
time make the Improvements demanded demandedby
by the growth of the city has been a aproblem a aproblem aproblem
problem impossible of solution without a arevolution 3 3revolution arevolution
revolution revolutionAs
As one well Informed puts It the com company company cornpany ¬
pany has been trying to run a depart department department department ¬
ment store with hardly cash enough to torun torun torun
run one department departmentCrying departmentCrying departmentSCrying
Crying Need Is More ore Cash CashIt
It was noped that A W Yo McCune would wouldput wouldput wouldput
put 1500000 cash into the system at the thatime thetime thetime
time of the consolidation of the two sys systems systems systems ¬
tems but he invested his money in inSouth inSouth inSouth
South America The statement Is made madeupon madupon madeupon
upon what seems to be the best authority authoritythat authoritythat authoritythat
that if the syndicate represented by b Sul Sullivan Sul1ivan Sullivan ¬
livan Cromwell secures the absolute absolutecontrol abso abso1utecontrol ute utecontrol
control of the property 500000 will ba baInvested bainvested bcinvested
Invested for the purpose of securing ad additional additional additional ¬
ditional power and improving and ex extending extending cxtending ¬
tending the entire street car and light lightsystem Ilghtsystem lightsystem
system of the city cityThe cityThe cityThe
The Utah Li Railway company companywas companywas companywas
was incorporated in Utah Jan 2 1904 It ItIs ItIs Itis
Is a consolidation of the Utah Light LightPower LightPower LightPower
Power company and the Consolidated ConsolidatedIlailway ConsoUdatedRailway ConsolidatedRailway
Railway Power company It controls controlsall
all the electric lighting of the city and andall andall andall
all the street railway business except exceptthat exceptthat exceptthat
that represented by the West Side Rapid RapidTransit RapidTransit RapidTransit
Transit company In August last it was wasgranted wasgranted Wasgranted
granted a new blanket franchise covering coveringstreet coverIngstreet coveringstreet
street railways gas and electric lighting lightingrunning Ilghtingrunning lightIngrunning
running to July 1 1965 1965Financial 196 196Financial 196gFinancial
Financial Status of the Company CompanyThe
The financial status of the Utah Light LightRailway LightRallway LightRailway
Railway company was set forth as fol follows follows follows ¬
lows by the Commercial Financial FinancialChronicle FInanclalChronicle FinancialChronicle
Chronicle of New York the authority In Inall inall inall
all such matters in Its special number numberfor numberfor numberfor
for October 1905 1905Stock 1009Stock liiO liiOStock
Stock common 6000000 25 year out outstanding outstandinS outstanding ¬
standing 202500 202500Preferred 200500Preferr 2O2OOPreferred
Preferred Preferr d S pOI cent noncom 4000
000 25 year V outstanding 4000000 ma matures matures matures ¬
tures in 1504 2 per cent centConsol centCi centConsol
Consol Ci > n50I M 10000000 gold 1000 6 dated dated1S04
1904 5 g j j outstanding 750000 ma matures matures matures ¬
tures Jan 2 1934 Bowling Green Trust TrustCo TrustCo TrustCo
Co N T trustee trusteeUtah trusteeUtah trusteeUtah
Utah Light Power 1st mort 750000 7iOOOContinued 75O1OContinued 750000Continued
Continued on Page 2
him seriously Tuesday he sols soll his hissweater hfasweater hissweater
sweater and with the money it is sup supposed supposed supposed ¬
posed he purchased the morphine Tues Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday
day night he walked wa1tcd i into to the Coalville Coalvilleleft CoalviUeHouse CoalvilleHouse
House o office i1ce anl and 1 ilba ftsr staytQg awhile awhileleft wldleleft
left It is 1S supposed 5uPpos d h he returned to the thehouse thehouse thehouse
house by a side door and made his way wayto wayto wayto
to the room where he ended his life He Hetook Hetook Hetook
took an eighth of an ounce ounce of f morphine morphineFatherins morphineFatherin morphineFatheiin
Fatherins Salt Lake LakeToung L LakeYoung ke keYoung
Young Warburton Warburt Warburtdnas n was was aiiat a a im1fteof asaof of Coal Coalville CoalvlI1e Coalville ¬
ville His mother Is dead ajaft Mt11 Ks s father fatheris
is employed somewhere lsr InSlt S2t Lake City CityHe CityHe CityHe
He Is a grandson of William H Smith Smithformer Smithfonner Smithformer
former county commisslbner CQ er and one of ofthe otthe ofthe
the pioneers of Summit county
Until U tfl a few days ago go the boy was em employed employed employed ¬
ployed In the printing rintingofIc office of the Coal Coalvllle CoaIyiUe Coalville ¬
vllle Times Despondency Dospond ncy over losing his hisposition hisposition hilposition
position It IS thought thou ht had something to todo todo todo
do with his determination to en EI1c1 nd < l his life lifeNo liteNo lifeNo
No inquest will be held heldaUt > > TUil rt is J deemed doomedunnecessary deemedunnec deemedunnecesnary
unnecessary unnec ssary j t V VV V V

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