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William Jennings Bryan Will Tell About Japan and Its People Sp Tomorrows T omoFraws Herald HeraldBI Dont Miss It
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p H t < Established June 6 1870 SALT LAKE rIA KR CITY qTY UTAHB SATURDAY JANUARY J TUARY 20 1906 10 1 0 PAGES Price live F ve Cents
b Montana Statesman Appears Before Beforethe Beforethe Beforetheouse
the theouse House Committee Discuss Discussing Discussing Discussing ¬
ing Statehood Bill BillREFUTES BillREFUTES BillREFUTES
Washington1 Wasl1i Washitt 1gt t Jan 19 19Senator Senator W A AClark AClark AClark
Clark of Montana appeared before the thehouse thehou thehouse
house hou committee on territories today and andmade 8I1dmnde andmade
made a 8 statement concerning the tax taxassessment taxaSSEssment taxasscssment
assessment on the United Verde copper coppermine coppermine coppermine
mine at Jerome Ariz which had been beenmentioned beenmentioned beenimrntloned
mentioned frequently in the joint state statehood statehood statehood ¬
hood hearings as one of the great ntn ntnIng mTling niiIng
Ing properties alleged to be escaping tax taxation tacaUon taxatlon ¬
ation under underthe the present pr eBt territorial or organization orgarizatIOn orgarlzatkrn ¬
ganization ganizationRepresentative garizatIOnRepresentative garlzatkrnRepresentative
Representative Hamilton chairman of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the committee said there was no desire desireon desireon
on on the part of the committee co imittee to question questiona
a United States senator but Represent Representative Representative Representative ¬
ative Moon of Tennessee interjected interjectedI
I would just as soon question a United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States senator as as4ny Anybody ody else if he heknew heImew heknew
knew anything I want to know knowMr knowMr knowMr
Mr Moon then explained that the thecharge thecharge
tv charge W b < l be e ri f wa4eOJLjjnjust e < < JIujust and cor corrupt corrupt corrupt ¬
rupt taxation 6T T thfe t11 tJnntefl l1 fte4 Verde prop property propert property ¬
erty ert and askgd Senator Clark to make a astatement astatement astatement
statement statementAlways statementAlw statementAlways
Always Alw ys Paid the Tax Levied LeviedSenator LcviedSenator LeviedSenator
Senator dark explained that he was wasthe wasthe wasthe
the chief owner of the mine in question questionand questionand questionand
and said he had always paid the full tax taxlevied taxlevied taxlevied
levied except one time when the tax taxwas taxwas taxws
was contested because e it was thought to tobe tobe tobe
be unjust He said he e xwas was not fully fullyprepared fuByprepared fullyprepared
prepared to make a detailed statement statementbut statementbut statementbut
but thought tbou bt his compauy was paying payingtaxes payingtaxes payingtaxes
taxes on on about 1200000 assessed against againstthe againstthe againstthe
the improvements impro ementS and personal property propertyit
it owned This rhis his represented an assess assessment assessment assessnient ¬
ment he said d larger than some proper properties propertics properties ¬
ties pay in Montana or any other state stateh statett statet
tt t h pays taxes tL 8 In InSenator InSenator InSenator
Senator Clark refuted newspaper state statements statements statemeats ¬
ments that the mine was worth more morethan morethan morethan
than 100000090 H He said they were ere mere mereguesses mereguesses mereguesses
guesses as to the amount of ore yet un unblocked unblocked unblocked ¬
blocked and absolutely unreliable unreliableValue unreliableValue unreliableValue
Value of Mine Unknown UnknownI
I 1 defy de any anyone one to estimate accurately accuratelythe
the value alu of the mine said Senator SenatorClark Senatorlrk
0 Clark lrk The eye cannot r rach aeh beyond beyondthe beyondthe beyondthe
the ground and ore which seems to be in ininexhaustible IninexhaqlJtlbleqint1tioo ininexhatible
inexhaustible inexhaqlJtlbleqint1tioo quantities may play out at atany atany atany
any time timeChairman timeChairman timeChairman
Chairman Hamilton read newspaper newspaperotippinsB newspaperO newspapergijpigs
otippinsB O < < iIW > 8 in which Senator Clark was wasquotefl wasquotel wasquoted
quoted as a raying he had rejected an of offer offer offr ¬
fer of 315009090 AIIQOGOO for the United Verde Verdemine Verdemine Verdemine
mine Senator Clark denied the quota quotation Quotan ¬
e tion n and a d said he h had never offered to to1iI tow
1iI MIl the property and had never had any1 any1Offer any anypifer myOffer
Offer for forIt forItA it itIBuII ItBull >
A IBuII Bull Andrews Appears AppearsWilliam AppearsVIlIJamH AppearsWilliam
William VIlIJamH H AjviSreTteT Anbews Kh legate egate to con congress congress congress ¬
gress from New Mexico appeared before beforethe beforethe beforethe
the house committee CO 11 tt80 g4ter4tois jo territories ter tories today todayat
at its hearing hearlngolt o3 otfft RfR statehood st t bo d He said saidalthough saidJthougb saidalthough
although there is some opposition in New NewMexico NewMxico
M Mexico to joint statehood he believed the theproposition theDrop theproposition
proposition Drop < < sition would carry by a good vote voteif voteIf voteIf
if subnfitted to the people New Mex Mexico MexIco Mexleo ¬
ico would prefer single statehood but butwould butwould butwould
would rather have joint statehood than thanrdmain thanrdmain thanrtmain
rdmain out of the T7nion T7nionA
A J Dpran of Prescott Ariz argued arguedagainst arguedagftinst arguedagainst
against Joint statehood statehoodRaised sf stehoodRaised tehood tehoodRaised
Raised an Uproar UproarTn
Tn an impassioned speech Eugene EugeneONsil EugeneON EugeneON1i
ONsil ON 1l declared that the committee was wasacting wasacting wasactIng
acting as judge jury and prosecuting at attorney 8ttorl1e attorne ¬
torney torl1e in advocating the joint statehood statehoodbill statehoodbill statehoodbill
bill and nd characterized charact rized as a crime the theway thewa theway
way wa the hearing was conducted conductedDemocratic conductedDemocratic conductedt
t Democratic members of the committee committeeagreed committeeagreed committeeagreed
agreed with Mr ONeil and encourag encouragI encouragIhm l lhim 1him
him in continuing contLnuin a speech which hlch threw threwthe threwthe threwthe
the committee into an uproar uproarOther uproarOther uproarOther
Other Arizonans who spoke were R S SGoodrich SGoodrIch SGoodrich
Goodrich Phoenix E S George French
Nogales and E S Campbell Prescott PrescottChairman PrcseottChairman PrescottChairman
Chairman Hamilton today intimated intimatedthat Intimatel1that intimateathat
that the joint statehood bill mght be bereported bereported bereported
reported by the committee com i Hee on Monday MondayCOMES MondayCOMES MondayCOM
If Stalwarts Believe They Can Force Forcethe Forcethe Forcethe
the Bill Through ThroughWashington ThroughWashIngton ThroughWashington
Washington Jan 19 19As As the result of ofa ora
a conference in the speakers room after afterthe aftertho afterthe
the house e met today it was decided to tobring tobring tobrln
bring brln up the statehood bill in the house houseWednesday houserodnesday housered
Wednesday red eJay of next week weekThe weekrhe weekThe
The full strength of the Republican in insurgent Inm4 ¬
m4 4 surgent vote against the bill was can canvassed canvassed canvassed ¬
vassed during the conference and esti estimated estimated estinated ¬
mated at 41 With a full attendance of ofthe otthe orthe
the stalwarts this vote can be over overcome overcome overcome ¬
come The bill will willbe be accompanied in tho
house by a rule prohibiting the division divisionof
of the statehood question It is estimated estimatedthat estimatedthat estimatedthat
that two days will be occupied in con considerations considerations ¬
3 siderations of the bill billTHE bl1lE billTHESENATE
Upper Upp r Body Will Await Action by bythe bythe bythe
the House HouseWashington HouseWashington Housewashington
Washington Jan 19 19The The statehood bill billwas bmwas billwas
was under consideration by the senate senatecommittee senatecommittee senatecommittee
committee on ont terrttorfea r tomes toay The bill billwas biJlwas billwas
was read at length and a number of minor minorchanges minorchanges minorchanges
changes agreed upon Among the amend amendments amendments amendments ¬
ments was one for the Insertion of a pro prohibition prohibition prohibitlon ¬
hibition amendment for Indian territory territorysimilar territorysimilar territorysimilar
similar to the house provision and it prob probI I
Cards of the Western Federation Will WillNot WillNotBe WillNot
Not NotBe Be Accepted by the Unit United Unitcd United ¬
ed Mine Workers WorkersDEBATE WorkersDEBATE WorkersDEBATE
SIVE VOTE VOTEIndianapolis VOTEIndia VOTEIndianapoi1
Indianapolis India a oU Ind Jan 19 19The The con convention con convention conv ¬
vention v ntion of the United Mine Workers of ofAmerica ofAmerica ofAmerica
America today continued the consider consideration consideration consideration ¬
ation of resolutions One of the most mostimportant mostimportant mostImportant
important taken up was a resolution resolutionfavoring resolutionfavoring iesolut1onfavoring
favoring the acceptance of transfer transfercards transfercards transfercards
cards from the Western Federabon of ofMiners ofIiners ofMiners
Miners in lieu of an initiation fee It Itwas Itwas Itwas
was claimed on behalf of the resolution resolutionthat resolutionthat resolutionthat
that the refusal of the United Mine MineWorkers MineWorkers nneVorkers
Workers of America to accept acc pt the cards cardsof cardsof cardsof
of the Western Federation worked workedgreat workedgreat workedgreat
great hardship to western miners on onaccount onaccount onaccount
account of the frequency with which whichthey whichthey whichthey
they change camps One of those to tosupport tosupport tosupport
support the resolution was Delegate DelegateGermer DelegateGermer DelegateGermer
Germer of Iowa IowaDuring IowaDuring IowaDuring
During his argument to the conven convention convention conventiOll ¬
tion he made the statement that the thepresent thepresent thepresent
present situation between the two or organizations organizations organizations ¬
ganizations was caused by an antago antagonism antagonism antagonism ¬
nism between their officials which had hadnot hadnot hadnot
not as yet et descended to the rank and andme andfile andfile
Mitchells Speech SpeechPresident SpeechPresIdent SpeechPresident
President Mitchell took the floor as assoon assoon assoon
soon as Mr Germer had finished finishedHe finishedHe finishedHe
He denied that he had lla l ever made a apersonal apersonal apersonal
personal attack upon any an of the officers officersof
of the Western Federation yet every everyissue everyissue everyissue
issue of the organ of that association associationcontains associationcontains associationcontains
contains false vicious and malicious maliciousattacks maliciousattacks maliciousattacks
attacks upon me as your president Am AmI
I not maligned and traduced in every everyissue everyissue everyIssue
issue of that paper I am called fakir fakirand fakirand fakirand
and vip viRCr er and charged with associating associatingwith assodatlngwith associatingwith
with the enemies of th thea miners minersMakes minersMakes minersMakes
Makes Some Charges ChargesIn
In 1S99 at the Pittsburg convention conventionI
I recommended that recognition of the thecards thecards thecards
cards of the Western Federation Two Twoyears Twoears Twoyears
years ears ago on onmy my advice a committee committeefrom committeefrom committeefrom
from this organization went to them themwith themwith themwith
with the intention of arrangingfor arranging for the thetransfer thetransfer thetransfer
transfer of o cards and an adjustment of ofjurisdiction ofjurisdiction ofjurisdiction
jurisdiction Did they recognize recognizqthem recognizqthemNo them themNo themNo
No They tried their best to inv invie Ie our ourjurisdiction ourjurisdiction ourjurisdiction
jurisdiction Thats the kind of friendship friendship friend friendship ¬
ship they gave us and thats the kind kindof kindof kindof
of friendship they are extending to us usnow usnow usnow
now They hope by destroying destroyingme me fee feedestroy tcdestroy t tdestroy
destroy you When the federation stops stopsits stopsits stopsIts
its efforjs to tear us down and stops stopssending stopssending stopssending
sending its members to take the places placesof
of our striking miners as s it t did in Colo Colorado Colorado Cob Cobrado ¬
rado it will then be time enough to toconsider toconsider toconsider
consider this proposition Let them themstop themstop themstop
stop taking our jobs jobsResolution jobsResolution jobsResolution
Resolution Defeated DefeatedThe DefeatedThe DefeatedThe
The proposition to accept the cards of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Western Federation of Miners was waslost waslost waslost
lost by a decisive vote voteExamination voteHADLEY voteIIADY
Examination Into the Affairs of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Company Selling SellingForce SellingForce SellingForce
Force of Life LifeNew LifeJJ LifeJJKew Life11New
New York Jan 19 19Examination into intothe intothe Intothe
the affairs of the Force of Life com company company cornpany ¬
pany which it is alleged advertised a amedicine amedicine amedicine
medicine that had power to bring the thedead thedead thedead
dead to life was begun today The Unit United United United ¬
ed States postal post l authorities have made madea
a charge of conspiracy against Dr W WWallace WVallace WWallace
Wallace Hadley medical director Ar Arthur Arthur Arthur ¬
thur H Williams treasurer and Mrs MrsLaura MrsLaura MrsLaura
Laura M Wilson assistant medical di director director dlrector ¬
rector of the company These three de defendants defendants defendants ¬
fendants were present pre nt at the examina examination examInation examinatirni ¬
tion today with legal counsel counselThe counselThe counselThe
The first witness was John JohnS S Cooper CooperHe CooperHe CooperHe
He said that he had seen an alleged allegedtestimonial allegedtestimonial allegedtestimonial
testimonial from a woman in California Californiawho Californiawho Californiawho
who wrote that she had been cured by
the companys preparation after she had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been made ready for the grave srraveHe graveHe rae raeHe
He testified also that Dr Hadley said saidto saidto saidto
to him himI
I have diagnosed 800 cases in one day dayI
I had to stay up pretty late l te to do it itThe itThe itThe
The hearing was adjourned until Feb 5 5WADE 5I 5WADE 5WADE
Mare Island Oal aI Jan 19 19News News was wasreceived wasreceived wasreceived
received by Admiral McCalla this after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon from the secretary of the navy
that Ensign Wade U S N has been beenacquitted beencquitted beenacquitted
acquitted of all the charges In connec connection connection connection ¬
tion with the Bennington disaster and
has been restored to duty dutyably dutyably dutyably
ably will be Incorporated in the bill The Thequestion Theq Thequestion
question q estion of joint statehood for Arizona Arizonaand ArIzonaand Arizonaand
and New Mexico was not brought up
There is no Intention of reporting the bill billuntil billuntil billuntil
until after the house acts Friends of the thebill thebill thebill
bill claim that all the Republican mem members members membern ¬
bers of the committee and one Democratic Democraticmember Democraticmember Democraticmember
member Mr r Clark of Arkansas will fa favor favor favor ¬
vor the reporting of the measure sub substantially substantially substantiaily ¬
stantially as it was introduced
Tomorrows Great GreatSunday Sunday Herald HeraldT
I Tomorrows T m th6 1 ws Sunday Sun lhy Herald Heraldwill will contain the usual number of offine offine ofline
fine features featuresFirst featuresFit featureeI
I First of f all for the children there will be bethefour bethe the four pagesof pages of com comics comicsi1l comicsiii ¬
ics icsi1l in J colors colorsthebest ± ihe 1 best in the world worldSome wor worldSome d dSome
Some of the other features will be hestorythatstirredup1 beOur beOur
Our Mismangg Iismanagcmeut Dfent at Panama by PoultncyBigelow Poultney Bigelowth Bigelowthstory the thestoryrthat
storythatstirredup1 storyrthat story tlitthtirred tirredup u the United States senate This article arti lc is re republished repubJis11ed republished
published by special permission of the New York Independent
Japan J span and Its People by William Jennings Bryan BryanJames BryanJames BryanTames
6 James Sears a Naughty Person by William Allen AllenW1 White White0a te
IcQ 0a Qo te e System in India by Frederic J Haskin HaskinThe HaskintIThe flaskinThe
The Adventures Of a Supercargo by Louis Becke BeckeSatJSiaT BeckerBdti5 BeckeRittiffai
rBdti5 SatJSiaT ar fetliod of if Improving the Figure by Katherine Katherineorton KatherineI
I Morton orton
The Influence of the Library on MunicipabProgress M by Ar Arthur Arthur Art ¬
t J thur E Bo Poptwick twiek of the New York public library libraryKM libraryJuf
I Y KM Juf Auto on the Stage by Franklin Fyles FylesA
1 A page p of sports s rts by the l Qhicagof QhicagofTribunes Qhicag Tribunes staff of special specialwritersV s sjecialtvritcr ecial ecialwrltert
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Returning the Ministers
Senate Committee Held HeldAnother Another Ses Session Session Session ¬
sion but the Writer Was Was3Tot WasNot WasNot
Not Certified CertifiedWashington Cert CertifiedWashington ied iedWashington
Washington Jan 19 19The The senate com committee committee cornmittee ¬
mittee on interoceanic canals postponed postponeduntil postponeduntil postponeduntil
until next week reconsideration of the theing theconWU1 thecontuinoy
conWU1 contuinoy contuinoying QY Df bq igelo efUSl1 efUSl1inS
ing to answer questions as to where he hegot hegot hegot
got his information in regard to tho thoconditions thocnditions thoccnditions
conditions on the isthmus It is believed believedthat believedthat believedthat
that he will go unpunished unpunishedBefore unpunishedBefore unpunishedBefore
Before the meeting several members memberssaid memberssaid memberssaid
said they had slept over the case and andare andare andare
are now disposed not to make a mar martyr martyr martyr ¬
tyr of a witness whose testimony ap appeared appeared appeared ¬
peared to be of too little value to dig dignify dIgnify dignify ¬
nify his hi conduct with summary punish punishment punIshment punishment ¬
ment mentIt mentIt mentIt
It was decided that further discussion discussionin
in executive session should be had how however however however ¬
ever to determine whether the witness witnessshould witnessshould witnessshould
should be given another opportunity to tobeccme tobeecme tobeccxne
beccme amenable to the demands made madeof madeof madeof
of him
Contrary to Law LawSenator LawSenator LawSenator
Senator Hopkins offered a resolution resolutioncertifying resolutioncertifying resolutioncertifying
certifying Mr Bigelov for contumacy to tothe tothe tothe
the vice president for action in tho thocourts thocourts thecourts
courts and asked that it be adopted adoptedSeveral adoptedSeveral adoptedSeveral
Several Democratic senators opposed this thiscourse thisCGurse thisccurse
course and Senator Simmons addressed addressedthe addressedthe addressedthe
the committee at length He declared declaredthat declaredthat declaredthat
that it was an extraordinary penalty penaltythat penaltythat nalty naltythat
that was proposed and contrary to com common common cornmon ¬
mon law He suggested sU gested that the courts courtsmight courtsmight courtsmight
might refuse to act on the certification certificationwhich certificationwhIch certificationwhich
which he asserted would prove embar embarrassing Embarrasing mbarrafsing ¬
rassing Concerning Mr Bigelows arti articles articles artides ¬
cles the senator said < 3 d that there had been beenmany beenmany beenmany
many other articles written against the thecanal thecanal thecanal
canal management by other writers writersequally writerseqtalIy writerseqtally
equally bitter who have not been called calledinto calledinto calledinto
into disrepute and that this one ap appeared appeared appeared ¬
peared to have been singled out by the thepresident theprEsident theprcsident
president for a denunciatory reply replyWould replyWould replyWould
Would Mean Intimidation IntimidationThe
The course of the committee if it itshould itshould itshould
should proceed against Mr Bigelow Bigelowsaid BIgelowsaid Bigelowsaid
said the senator would be to intimidate intimidatewitnesses intUnldatewitnesses intihildatewitnesses
witnesses and an would be bad policy so soearly soearly soearly
early in the canal investigation He Hesaid Hesaid Hesaid
said that much of the news printed prln ed by bynewspaper bynewspaper bynewspaper
newspaper men employed at the capital capitalis
is obtained from confidential sources sourcesand sourcesand sourcesand
and that if the committee is to declare declarethat cJeclarethat declarethat
that these confidences are to be violated violatedIt
It would at once array the press of the thecountry thecountry thecountry
country against the committee Heicloaed Heicloaedwith He iclosed iclosedwith 1closedwith
with the statement that he would never neversign neversigr neversign
sign a resolution to certify cert1 the case to tothe tothe tothe
the courts and he was joined in this by
Senators Gorman and Taliaferro TaliaferroSeveral TaliaferroSecral TaliaferroSeveral
Several other senators expressing
doubt as to whether Mr Bigelows testi testimony testimony testmony ¬
mony was of sufficient value to Justify Justifythe justifythe justifythe
the committee in making a martyr of ofhim ofhim ofhim
him Senator Hopkins withdrew his re resolution resolution resolution ¬
solution solutionDEUED solutionDECUNED
Philadelphia Independents Re Refused Refused ¬
1 fused f ised to Meet With Repub Repubj Republiean Republican
j lican City Committee CommitteePhiladelphia CommitteePhIladelphIa Committee1PhiladelphIa
Philadelphia Jan 19 19After After a long con
ference the committee of twentyfive men menInvited meninvIted menInvited
Invited by the Republican city commit committee committee committee
tee to confer with that body on Monday Mondaynext MondayI Mondaynext
I next to revise the rules of the Repub Republican Repubi Bepublican
i lican party In Philadelphia decided to toJday toj today
Jday j day not to participate in the proposed re revision
1 vision The members of the committee committeeof
I of twentyfive are prominently identified identifiedwith identifiedwith
with the City party and the Lincoln Lincolnparty Lincolnparty Lincolnparty
party and several of them are members membersof
1 o of Mayor Weavers advisory board which whichthe whichthe whichthe
the mayor created last year to assist him himIn himIn himIn
In carrying out municipal reform meas measures measures measures ¬
uresFormer ures uresFormer uresFormer
Former Postmaster General Charles CharlesEmory CharlesEmory CharlesEmory
Emory Smith presided presi < fed at the conference conferencei conferenceThe conferenceThe
i The committee In Its declination says saysthat saystl1at saysthat
that the Republican city committee does doesnot doesnot doesnot
not come to the independents with a just justtitle justtitle justtitle
title that it is the creature of snap snapprimaries snapprimaries snapprimaries
primaries and that what the people want wantis
is not merely a revision of the rules but buta
a reyislon of tho personnel The reply replyalso replyalso
also calls attention to the fact that the theI thelegislature thelegislature
I legislature now In extra session will willi v11take willtake
i take up the question of uniform primary primaryi primaryelections primaryelections
i elections and that no revision of rules rulesnow rulesnow
now made could become operative before beforethe beforethe
1 the new law 18 lhwls4assed w Is lspassed passed andthat and that any re revisIon revision
1 vision would be made in the dark with without without
out that guide
McReynolds and Company Owe the Bankers a Large Sum SumReceiver SumReceiver SumReceiver
Receiver Appointed by the Court Who WhoTakes WhoTakes WhoTakesCharge
Takes TakesCharge Charge at Once
Chicago Jan 19 19Judga Judge Bethea In the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States district court today ap appointed appointed appointed ¬
pointed the Chicago Title Trust com company company cornpany ¬
pany as receiver for the firm of George S SMcReynolds SMcReynolds SMcReynolds
McReynolds Co and fixed the bond bondof bondof bondof
of the company at 50000 The appoint appointment appointment appointinent ¬
ment of the receiver followed two appli applications appllcations appilcations ¬
cations for the action by the court The Thefirst Thefirst Thefirst
first petition was presented in behalf of ofthree orthree ofthree
three creditors whose claims aggregated aggregatedsomething aggregatedsomething aggregatedsomething
something over 16000 Before the court courthad co courthad rt rthad
had taken action on this application a asecond asecond asecond
second was presented by attorneys att rneys who whorepresented whorepresented whorepresented
represented over a score of creditors creditorsWorthless creditorsWorthless creditorsWorthless
Worthless Receipts ReceiptsAttorney ReceiptsAttorney ReceIptsAttorney
Attorney N B Judah who appeared appearedwhen appearedwhen appearedwhen
when the second application was made to tothe tothe tothe
the court declared that he represented representedthe
the Illinois Trust Savings bank Corn CornExchange CornExchange CornExchange
Exchange bank Northern Trust company companybank companybank companybank
bank Bank of Montreal all of this city cityand citya cityand
and a d the Park National bank of New York
Young Missourian Who Served a Term in Prison Supposed Supposedto
to Have Been Killed in Oregon by Man Who WhoRobbed WhoRobbed WhoRobbed
Robbed Forest Grove Bank
Kansas nsas City Jan 19 19R R N Snyder a awell aweIl awell
well known financier of New York re received receIved recelved ¬
ceived a telegram from Portland Ore Oretodays OretodaY Oretoday
todaY indicating that his son Carey CareySnyder Care CareSnyder CareySnyder
Snyder had been murdered by men sus suspected suspected suspeeted ¬
pected of a bank robbery concerning concerningwhich concerningwhich concerningwhich
which young Snyder was supposed to toknow toknow toknow
know too much The bank robbed was wasat wasat wasat
at Forest Grove Ore and the authorities authoritiesat
at Forest Grove and Portland notified the thepolice thepolice thepolice
police of this city tonight that they sus suspected suspected sunpected ¬
pected Carey Snyder Pinky Blitz and andGeorge andGeorge andGeorge
George Perry of committing the robbery robberyBlitz robberyBlitz robberyBlitz
Blitz and Perry who are cousins are arenotorious arenotoripus arenotoripus
notoripus police characters here and andSnyder andSny andSnyder
Snyder Sny er has been involved In serious serioustrouble serioustrouble serioustrouble
Father Will Investigate InvestigateR
R M Snyder said today that he did not notbelieve notbelieve notbelieve
believe his son had been killed but that thathe thathe thathe
he would go to Portland soon to Invest Investigate Inyesttgate Investgate ¬
gate the case He thinks that his son sonhas sonhas sonhas
has run away to escape trial on a charge chargeof
of shooting cattle which has been pre preferred preferred preferred ¬
ferred against him in Oregon OregonBlitz OregonBlitz OregonBlitz
Blitz was released from the peniten penitentiary penitentib penitent1ar3 ¬
tiary tib of Missouri about a year ago when whenhe whenhe whenhe
he completed a a sentence for swindling in inthis intWs Inthis
this city Blitz has been charged with withnumerous withnumerous withnumerous
numerous offenses in this city and St
To these institutions declared Mr Judah
McReynolds Co owed 400000 in the ag ¬
gregate He made the statement in open opencourt opcncourt opencourt
court that forthe for the amount of these loSna loSnathe 10 t18 t18the
the banks held warehouse receipts that thatare thatare thatare
are worthless After the hearing the thestatements thestatements thestatements
statements of other attorneys the court courtgranted courtgranted courtgranted
granted the petition for a receiver receiverWill receiverWill receiverWill
Will Take Charge Today TodayIn
In an attempt to prove the allegations allegationsmade allegationsmade allegationsmade
made by Mr Judah in relation to the theYalua themIue thealu
Yalua alu of the receipts given glvenb by McRey McReynolds MCReynolds MeReynolds ¬
nolds Co as security for the loans loansMr loansMr lOansMr
Mr McReynolds will be examined tomor tomorrow tomorrow tornorrow ¬
row before a referee refer e In bankruptcy
Immediate possession of the assets ot
McReynolds Co was assumed by the thereceived thereceIved thereceived
received who commenced a search for forthe forthe forthe
the grain said to be held by the firm firmAttorney fIrmAttorney firstAttorney
Attorney Francis Riddle representing Mc McReynolds MeReynolds McReynolds ¬
Reynolds Co admitted in court that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the firm held but 20000 bushels of grain grainwhich grainwhich
which hich are available as assets II
Louis and he is a well known pickpocket pickpocketand pickpocket pickpocketand
and all around crook crookPerry croolcPerry crookPerry
Perry in Missouri MissouriPerry MissouriPerIj MissouriPerry
Perry was seen in Independence Mo Moas Moas Io Ioas
as late as last Monday Ionda He was well wenressed
dressed ressed and seemed to be well supplied suppliedwith suppliedwith suppliedwith
with money About bout three years ago he hewas hewas hewas
was arrested on the charge of holding hol ing up
and robbing a saloonkeeper of 3700 700 7O He Hewas Hewas Hewas
was acquitted of the charge and soon soonafter soonafter coonafter
after disappeared from Independence He Hereturned Hereturned Hereturned
returned periodically buthis but i his last ab absence absence absence ¬
sence was for a long time tuneCarey timeCarey timeCarey
Carey Snyder was convicted here in
1904 of the charge of holding upand up and rob ¬
bing a pawnbroker of jewelry valued at
5000 He v Y4 vs s captured in Montana Montanaafter Montanaafter Montanaafter
after a chase lasting sixteen months the thejobbery therobbery therobbery
robbery having occurred May 1 1902 He Hewas Hewas Hewas
was paroled in September 1905 and al ¬
lowed to leave the state Shortly after afterward afterWard afterWard ¬
ward his father sent him to a ranch ranchnear ranchnear ranchnear
near Hlllsboro Ore Young YoungSnyder Snyder was wasarrested wasarrestw wasarrestod
arrested last November charged with withshooting withshooting withshooting
shooting a neighbors cattle and was re ¬
leased on bond The bank at Forest
Grove was robbed Dec 2 last of 6000and 6000 6000and 6000and
and about the th same time Snyder and
Perry who had been his chum disap ¬
peared Officers have not been able to
find either since then
J 0 OMcCart WlcCart of Montpelier Files His Plaint With Senator Du Dubois Dubois Dubois
bois the Object Being to Prevent the Appoint Appointment Appointment Appointment ¬
ment of a Mr Winter
Special to The Herald HeraldWashington HeraldWashington HeraldWashington
Washington Jan 19 19Senator Senator Dubois Duboiatoday Duboistoday Duboistoday
today received a message from J O Mc McCart McCart McCart
Cart of Montpelier Ida asking him to tointercede tointercede toIntercede
intercede and prevent the appointment ot otMr otMr otMr
Mr Winter who has been recommended recommendedby
by Bepresentalive French for appoint appointment appointment appointment ¬
ment as postmaster at Montpelier It was wagstated wasstated wasstated
stated by b McCart that Winter is a Mor Mormon Mormon Mormon ¬
mon and is to succeed a Gentile He says saysthe saysthe saysthe
the Gentiles are in the majority in Mont Montpelier Montpelier Montpelter ¬
pelier and are entitled to the appoint appointment appointment appointment ¬
ment of a postmaster who is not a Mor Mormon Mormon Mormon ¬
mon Senator Dubols referred the mat matter matter matter ¬
ter to the postmaster general with the thecomment thecomment thecomment
comment that has nothing to do with the thefederal thefederal thefederal
federal patronage of the state stateSenator stateSenator stateSenator
Senator Smoot has been advised by the theagricultural theagricultural theagricultural
agricultural department that proclama proclamations proclamations proclaxnaUons ¬
tions have been issued for all Utah forest forestreserve forestreserve forestreserve
reserve boundaries which have been de decided decided docided ¬
cided upon The Fillmore reserve has haabeen ha habeen hasbeen
been accepted by the department upon uponSHORTAGE uponSHORTAGE uponSHORTAGE
SHORTAGE OF 583630 583630St
St Louis LoulsJan Jan 19 19Following Following a joint jointmeeting jointmeeting jointmeeting
meeting of creditors and stockholders of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Tennent Shoe company today during duringwhich duringwhIch duringwhich
which it was revealed that a total deficit deficitof
of 9583630 583630 between liabilities and assets assetsexists assetsexists assetsexists
exists expert accountants were installed installedto
to ascertain the reason for the deficit It ItIs ItIs Itis
Is stated legal proceedings will depend dependupon d dependupon pend pendpon
upon rfhe he result of the investigation Pres Pres1ent Prest Presi1ent
1ent t ent John H Tennent remained at his hishome hisnome hishome
home and declined to be seen
lines suggested by citizens citI en5 of the south southern southern southem ¬
ern em part of the state stateSenator stateSenator stateSenator
Senator Smoot today presented argu arguments arguments arguments ¬
ments before the committee on territories
in support of his bill to annex that por ¬
tion of Arizona lying north of the Colo Colorado Colorado Cob Cobrado ¬
rado river to Utah Smoot expects to se secure secure socure ¬
cure a favorable report and to pass his
bill through the senate at an early date
He will not attempt to attach it to the thestatehood thestatehood thestatehood
statehood bill but will undertake to pasj
it on Its own merits meritsINCREASE meritsI meritsINCREASE meritsINCREASEINWAGES
United Mine Workers Expect the Old OldScale OldScale OldScale
Scale Will Be Restored RestoredIndianapolis RestoredIndianapolis RestoredIndianapolis
Indianapolis Jan 19 19An An increase in
the wages of coal miners equivalent to tothe tothe tothe
the reduction accepted by the United UnitedMine UnitedMine UnitedMine
Mine Workers in the joint wage confer conference conference conference ¬
ence of 1904 Is the proposition which the theoperators theoperators theoperators
operators are expected to defend in the thejoint thejoint thejoint
joint conference to convene in Indian Indianapolis IndianaJlalis Indianapolis ¬
apolis next Tuesday upon up n the adjourn adjournment adjournment adjournment ¬
ment of the present annual convention of
the United Mine Workers WorkersWhile WorkersWhlle WorkersWhile
While none of the operators will talk
for publication at this t1 s time It is evident
that their position will be that while
they have enjoyed a decree decr e of prosperity prosperitwithIn
within the last ten months their receipts
have been nothing like what the miners
believe them to be and that an Increase Increaseof inerOasof
of about 7 per cent is the best they can
Americans on the Executive Council CouncilofPorto CouncilofPorlo CoiniefifPorto
ofPorto Rico Appear to toBe toBee Be BeikeWhole BetheWhole
ikeWhole e Whole Thing ThingPROTEST ThingROTEST Thing1PROTEST
Washington Janj19 Jtn T 19 19Broad Broad charges as asto as asto S Sto
to the Indifference lndi indiffrentedmerican rence ofAmerican ot tm rican officials officialsin 5 5in
in Porto Rico to the wishes of Porto PortoRicans PortoRicans PorteRicans
Ricans were made ma e by Mayor M or Roberto RobertoTodd RobertoTod RobertoTodU
Todd Tod of San Juan in a hearing tods tod todbefore todbefore r rbefore
before the house committee on insular insularaffairs insularaffairs Insularaffairs
affairs on the proposed bill to reorgan reorganize reorganIze reorganize ¬
ize the insular government governmentNot
Not Even Consulted ConsultedMayor Cons ConsultedMayor lted ltedMayor
Mayor Todd T dd charged uiatvthe lLlat the six Amer American Amerlean omer omerIcan ¬
ican members of the executive council councilwho councllwho councIlwho
who are also the heads of the depart departments departments departments ¬
ments of the insular government gove iment do not notconsult notconsult notconsult
consult the five native members m mbers of the thebody thebody thebody
body and do not even invite them to tomeetings tomeetinbS tomeetings
meetings of the council This body is isboth Isboth isboth
both executive and legislative in its func functions functions functions ¬
tions and stands In the relation of a asenate asenate asenate
senate to the house of delegates 1egates of Porto PortoRico PortoRico PortoRico
Rico Under the present government or organization organization organization ¬
ganization the eleven members of this thisbody thisbody thisbody
body are appointed by the president of ofthe otthe oftixe
the United States and it is required that thatonly thatonlyrlve thatonly
only onlyrlve five of f Uiem shall be PortoRicans PortoRicansConsequently PortoRicansConsequently PortoRIOaflsConsequently
Consequently the natives insist thou theirepresentation thelrepresentatIon thourepresentation
representation is wholly Inadequate ana anathey anuthe anathey
they the desire that they be granted a asen asenate sen senate senate ¬
ate to beelected be elected by the people instead insteadof
of the council councilLetters caUDcllLetters councilLetters
Letters in Evidence EvidenceIn
In support of his charge that the na naiives nal nauves
iives l Yeg In the council are ignored Mayor MayorTodd MayorTodd MayorTodd
Todd presented latters from Rosendo Ma Matinenzo Matinenzo Matinenzo
tinenzo v intron the present speaker of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the house of delegates and former mem member member mernber ¬
ber of the council J T Gomez Brioso and andother andother andother
other former members of the council councilMr councllIr councilMr
Mr Ir Cintron who was a member of the thecouncil thecouncIl thecouncil
council rom 1900 to 1904 wrote as a fol follows f follows l llows ¬
lows to Mayor Todd ToddI TQddI
I never attended the meetings of the thesocalled thesocalled thesocalled
socalled cabinet because I was never in invited invited liivited ¬
vited to attend the same and during duringthe duringtne duringthe
the four years of my incumbency as a amember amember amember
member of the council I never heard heardthat heardthat heardthat
that my colleagues the native members membersof
of the council were ever invited to at attend attend attend ¬
Was Never Invited InvitedI
I was never nevorinyjtedahd invitedand therefore never neverattended neverattended naverattended
attended anymeeting any meeting of ofthacxecutive ofthacxecutivecouncil the executivecouncil executive executivecouncil
council In the presence of the governor governorand governorand governorand
and only once did I attend the meeting meetingof
of the executive council outside tire theregu theregular regu regular regular ¬
lar ones but not in the presence pre ence of the thegovernor thevernor thegovernor
j jt
governor governoring governorI vernor
t only haYeto ay t aUd ffdthli that a meet meeting meetlag
ing of the ex etitlyoQuieIr Cuti l1T ccusiCir cq ii lf which I at attended attended attended ¬
tended as a member m mberof of such body 1 1asked 1asked Iasked
asked what was the status of the na native native native ¬
tive members of the council and I was wasassured wasassured as asnssured
assured by Mr M Hollandei Hollan HoUan4that that th t they were weremere weremere weremere
mere figureheads figureheadsAFTER figureheadsT figureheadsAFTER +
Wooster O Jan 19 19Att 19Attorneys Attorneys rneys for Cap Captain CaptaIn Captam ¬
tain tam E F Taggart Taggarttonights T ggart 4tonlgh tonightfiled filed a peti petition petition petition ¬
tion to compel comp l Mrs Taggart T ggart to tfring tfringtheir 1ftlngtheIr ifrlngtheir
their two boys back into the state and andto andto andto
to surrender them to their father
Will Retire From Bench Within WithinShort WithinShort St StShort
Short Tune e to Form Law LawPartnership LawParlnersllip LawPartnership
Partnership PartnershipJABAGLEYM ParlnersllipJ PartnershipJABAGLEY
Chief Justice George W Barteh is td tdresign t trosfgn toresign
resign from the supreme bench of the thestate thestate thestate
state for the purpose of forming a law lawpartnership lawpartnershIp lawpartnership
partnership with former Attorney Gen General General Genoral ¬
eral John A < Bagley of Idaho and Attor Attorney Attorney Attorney ¬
ney Leokey the leading member of a alaw a alaw alaw
law firm of Washington D C CChief CChIef CChief
Chief Justice Barteh refused either to toaffirm toaffirm toaffirm
affirm or deny the statement that he hewas hewas hewas
was to retire from the bench to enter enterupon enttrupon enterupon
upon the active practice of his profes profession professionThe profession ¬
sion sionThe The information is given out on onthe onthe onthe
the best authority that this step is to tobe tobe tobe
be taken within the next sixty days daysI
I do not care to discuss this matter matterat > r rat
at this time Justice Brtch said last lastevening Iastevening lastevening
evening All I oare to say at this time timeis timEis timeis
is that I will not bs bea a candidate for foranother foranother foranother
another term on the supreme supreme bench and andno andno andno
no definite arrangement has been reached reachedconcerning reachedconcerning reachedconcerning
concerning the law partnership partnershipBagley partnershipBagley partnershipBagley
Bagley Returns From the East EastAttorney EastAttorney EastAttorney
Attorney John A Bagley returned to toSelt tl tlSalt toSalt
Salt Lake City Cft lagt evening from Wash Washington Washington WashIngton ¬
ington D C He went t to Washington Washingtonto
to consult Attorney Leckey with refer reference reference reference ¬
ence to t the law partnership and it Is Isunderstood Isunderstood isunderstood
understood that the negotiations n were weresatisfactorily weresatlsfactorft weresatlsfactorfly
satisfactorily closed Attorney Bagley Bagleyand BaglYand Bageand
and Justice Bartch will have a confer conference confCrence conference ¬
ence today at whiqKtlip whI < < tD whole matter matteris
is expected to be concluded concludedThe coh cohclndedThe 1rided 1ridedThe
The new firm will do business under underthe underthe underthe
the name of Bartch Leckey Lecke Bagley BagleyIts
Its principal place of business a will be in inSalt InSalt inSalt
Salt Lake City The presence of Attor Attorney Attorney Attorney ¬
ney Leckey In the firm is taken to mean meanthat meanthat meanthat
that the firm is to have considerable considerableleal considerablelegal considerablelegal
legal business with wfththe the departments dep rtments in inWashinefcon InWa8hIn InWashington
Washington Wa8hIn ton D CChief C1 C1Chief C CChief
Chief JusttcBart3i Justic Bkrt 1t ithas ftas as still tUl a year yearto yearto ear earto
to serve on tIle tBest suj 5f1jfl > rne r1ft e elleb T b > iOfa at an anannual anannual anannual
annual salary sal zalaryof ryof of iKX i600Career iKXCareer O0O O0OCareer >
Career Has No Defeats DefeatsJustice DefeatsJustice DefeatsJustice
Justice Bartons B rtchs ofXicial car earer r in Utah Utahhas Vtal1has Utahhas
has been unbroken un unon JOt by 1 a slrif B ide 1 defeat defeatHe defeatHe defeatHe
He cam came a to Salt ZjttKe U1 Ctt cay 1rOm from Can Canyon Canon Canyon ¬
yon on City Colo Cob in 1888 Soon afterward afterwardPresident afterwl1rdPresident afterwrPresident
President Benjamin Harrison appointed appointedhim appoIntedhim appointedhim
him probate judge for Salt Lake county countyLater countyLater countyLater
Later President Harrison Hwr1 oJl appointed him himassociate himassociate hintassociate
associate justice of the surrenae court courtof courtof courtof
of the territory of Utah Vht PJ at position positionhe
he held until the admission of Utah to tothe tothe tothe
the Union in 18S6 lB At the first state stateelection tta ttatebectn t telectIon
election he was elected as a a Republic Republican ¬
an to the supreme bench b ncb of the stato statofor statofor statefor
for five yea lioJii j8 tii ffik two ycr ycrof ye yeof yciof
of this teraTmiL t 1 fIf itta lM stice He Hewas Hewas Howas
was reelected t to tOftt < J tls fftSflsliK bench in In1i0o
1900 defeating J W7 W N Whftecotton of ofProve ofProvo ofProvo
Provo the Democratic nominee He II > is isnow isnow isnow
now chief justice since sin e the retirement retirementof
of JUStlQtj
Attorne AttorneA as S playtd playtda
a prominent ± s spoetics < irt D r Iff ir Repub RepuNiran RepuNiranpoitics kan kanpotIcs
poetics in recent years yearsney s was wa attor attorom llttorne attorney ¬
ney ne general f the th 3 awe g gchurch om 1003 to toesentative
1905 His hPn1l hpnis 8 ipke e county countyHe countyHe
He is an Jjf 4 em e Mormon Mormonchurch Mormonchurch
church an anof and P14 pcesentatI esentative esentativens e eof
of a number numberstate numb r ns in the thestate thestate
state 4
Who Is to Resign From the Bench BenchWILD BenchWftD
Mayor Thompson had the Republicans Republicanson
on his heels yesterday They wore not notlooking notlooldng notbolting
looking for jobs But they were on the themayors tilemayor themayor
mayor heels in great numbers and ex extreme extreme axtreme ¬
treme warmth Written notes breath breathing br breathIng ath athing ¬
ing flames reached him in steady stream streamCallers streamCallers streamCallers
Callers lined before his door with murder murderIn
In their eyes Telephones brought angry angryprotests angryprotests angryprotests
protests by the score scoreIf scoreun scoreIr
un If you y do and they do watch out for forwhat forwhat or orwhat
what we will do was the byvord byvordRepublicans b brwordRepublicans rvord rvordRepublicans
Republicans answered the calltoarms calltoarmanobly calltoarmsn calltoarmsnobly
nobly n < bly Mayor Thompson hummed more morethan more morethan morethan
than once Oh Had I the Wings of a aDove aDove aDove
Dove while he cast longing glances at attho atthe atthe
the distant d1 tant snowcapped hflls hfllsFinally lhelsFInally hfilsFinally
Finally In desperation he flew to his histelephone histelephone histelephone
telephone telephoneIs
Is this Leon G ShUns and L Alex Alexander Alexander Alexander ¬
ander anderIn anderIn anderIn
In bis condition grammar counted for fornaugb fornaught
Ah It areeram Yes This la the thomayors tblmayors themayors
mayors office No Im not the ice man
Say boys you cant call your bar The
Roosevelt Some one has learne of your yourplans yourrlans
plans lan5 and the whole Republican tribe has
donned war ar paint If you ou call your place
The Roosevelt its all off with your
scalps and mine Hey No Nol I Im not
talking about a skimgame Who said saidanything said81lythlng saidanything
anything aBout craps cr ps But ButYes Yes central centralwere centralwere centralwere
were still talking talkingHeJo Hello Say Leon Leonyou LeonyoU Leonyou
you cananT call your bar The Roose Roosevelt Roosevelt ¬
velt Ive be been n besieged with callers callersraising caJle1sraIsing callersraising
raising tfie t e devil about It Oh The Dia Diamond Diamond Diamond ¬
mond Yes Thats better No one not noteven noteven noteven
even the Americans can find any objec ¬
tion to that Goodby
Thank heavens thats over he gasped gaspedas
as he sank Into his chair
Thats the reason the name of the new newsaloon neWsaloon newsaloon
saloon starting at 2C620S State street was wagchanged waschanged
changed suddenly yesterday yesterdayI
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