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Senator SenatorSuth Snat Sutherland rIand Recommends RecommendsSalt RecommendsSalte Sa1tLkePostmaster Salt Saltiake
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i Special S to The he Herald HeraldWa H HeraldWashington rald raldWaSlU
Wa WaSlU Washington iingtQnW4an gtQ jan Tan 20 20Aftera After a pro protracted prot protracted ¬
tracted traot d campaign cimpa gn in n which hich three th ee or orfour orItl orfour
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Itl four candidates ca 1didates have made vigorous vigorousefforts vigorousefforts vigorousefforts
efforts to land the tl1 postmastership ofSalt of ofSalt ofSalt
Salt Lake City the plum will remain remainin
in the possession p ssession of the th present in incumbent incumbept incumberit ¬
cumbent exGovernor Arthur L LThomas LThomaS LThomas
Thomas The reappointment of ofThomas ofThomas ofThonias
Thomas hasbeen has been recommended by bySenator bySenator bySenator
Senator Sutherland to whose wishes wishesinthe wi wIsieS wIsieSinthe es esinthe
inthe matter Senator Sei1 t r Smoot and Rep Representative Representative Representative ¬
resentative Hpwell How ll have deferred in inaccordance inacCordance inaccordanewth
accordance accordanewth with the general custom of ofallowing ofallowing ofallowing
allowing senators to name the postmasters post postmasters postmasters ¬
masters for their own places of resi resi4denoe residenae residenoe
4denoe 4denoeTinder denae denaeUnder denoeTinder
Tinder a recent rule promulgated by byPostmaster bypostmaster byPostmaster
Postmaster General George B Cortel Cortelyou Cortelyou Cortelyou
you the merit of the incumbent and andthe andtbe andthe
the record madeby made by him as postmaster postmasteris
is supposed to govern the action of the theaepartment theaepartmeJt theepartrnent
aepartment in complying with the rec recommendations recmmondatlons recDmmondatlons ¬
ommendations o of senators for or oragainst oragainst oragainst
against retention In the case of Post Postmaster Postmaster Postmaster ¬
master Thomas the recommendation of ofSenator ofok ofSenator
Senator Sutherland 2nd the wishes of ofthe ofthe ofthe
ok the department probably coincided for forthe forthe or orthe
the record of Thomas as postmaster is isgood isgood isgood
good in the department departmentCharges deDartmel1tCharg deDartmeutCharges
Charges were W le filed fn d against him two twoyears twoears twoears
years ears ago and were thoroughly inves investigated investigated investigated ¬
tigated by the department and pronouncod pro pronouncedwithout pronounced ¬
nouncedwithout nounced without foundation The rec records records recr records ¬
ords of the postoffice V stofice department show showthat showthat showthat
r that theSaltLake the sa lt l t Lak postoffice has been beenconducted beencondUcted beenconducted
conducted in accordance with the rules rulesand rulesnd ruiestnd
and nd regulations of the department and andno andflo I Ino
no good reason appears to exist for fornpt fori forinpt fornt
npt allowing the recommendation of ofSenator ofSenat f fSenatQr
Senator Senat < ij Sutherland and reappointing reappointingThomas reappointingThomas reappointingThoma
Thomas Thomasjpj4
7 1f jpj4 jpj43pry 3pry ry for Marshalship MarshalshipThe
The next federal appointment tobe tobemade to be bemade bemade
made in Ir Utah will be that of a United UnitedStates Unit Unit1States d dStates
States marshal m rshaJ to succeed the present3noumbent present presentjnoumbent presentJnoumbent
jnoumbent Ben B Heywood whose whoseterm whoselerm whoseterm
term is about a1 > Put to expire The Utah UtahSSnatQTP Ut8hfIDJltOfiJ UtahPtQT
SSnatQTP PtQT have bfv tentatively t Ilt tlv Iy agreed a reed upon uponHaywoods uponHeywoods uponRaywoods
Haywoods successor suc succ sQr QX lIe He will be State Stiteghtiipan Staterihnirmati SttlteaiPl1an
ghtiipan rihnirmati aiPl1an T WJU fclfc ScsV Qt 5hQ Q Qaoflve hjafj aLe aLein1 eij eijactive
in1 active a tve candidate candid ate for the place sinceHeywoods since Stt siticeBeywoods cg cgHeywoods
Heywoods backing lost control of the tfeeRepublican teI
1 t Republican organization organl tlonln in Utah Posi Positive PostMe Positive ¬
tive Information inorm tlon on the subject will willnot wfl1not willnot
not be given out by the Utah senators senatorsbut senatorsbut senatorsbut
but it 1 is believed they have h ve reached reachedan
i i and nS11 nS11respmmend wili wilib ill illg
an c ment on this office
g b respmmend reopmrin nd Sprys appointment appointmentThe
The annoupcement that the Utah Utahsenators Uthsenators Utahsentors
senators had so far as they are con concerned c cduc n nccarned ¬
cerned c rned disposed of ottwo two of the choicest choicestbits choIcestbit choicestb1t
bits bit of federal fedent11 patronage > trQnage will create createtjia create1jIB createhe
tjia he keenest interest among Utah poll politlsisiins poUttU1 polltII8ais
ttU1 tlsisiins t s It is i expected 6i1tp otQL in view of the theaonaitions tbeQe theh
aonaitions Qe alti s set forth in The Heralds HeraldsdfiSORiirch Heraldsdr Heraldsdch
h dch dfiSORiirch dr 1ch from Washington W ington that the theatHidljstjnent theOtn1m1ent theihitineut
atHidljstjnent Otn1m1ent of Mii ir Thomas will go golFcffib gotmr gothrI
tmr thrI lFcffib hr smoothly lit a bitter fight is islofckttt isloo islo
lofckttt loo lo kea for in the caee caee of Mr Spry SpryThe SpryThe SpryThe
The influences influ nces which are ar beMnd the thecrusade thecrusade thecrusade
crusade to deprive Senator Sen tor Smoot of ofhis ofhis ofhIs
his seat S t will Uh it is believed make a adesperate adesPQrate adesperate
desperate effort to prevent Mr Sprys Sprysappointment Sprysappointment Sprysappoirthnent
appointment on on the ground thathe that he is isa isa Isa
a Mormon MormonThe MormonThe MormonThe
The opposition to Spry will probably probablybe
be headed l BY y Senator Julius C Bur Burrows Burros Burrows
rows of Mfclsan tlfil gan and Senator Fred TJE TJEDuboisof Tj TjDubolsofI1fiJj i
4DuboIsof Duboisof DubolsofI1fiJj vlflenf t These Th j e senators are areon ai aiL a athe
4 L the e leadingCJPn lead1nopotiit nnt OfSenat rSmoot rSmooton Smoot Smooton
on the thesennte senate privileges and elections electionscommittee electionst electionscommittee
committee e Senator Burrows is a Re ReContinued ReContinued ReContinued
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ARRESTED ARRESTEDFOR ARRESTEDFORBUTTE F R RBUTTEHOLDUP
BUTTE BUTTEHOLDUP BUTTEHOLDUPWiuialnParsley HOLDUP HOLDUPWjlliam
WiuialnParsley William Parsley Is Taken Into Ctas CusTtody Ctastody Cus Custody
tody With His Wife in inSalt inSalt inSalt
Salt LakeBiOREWARDISOFFERED lake lakeBIG LakeBIG
BiOREWARDISOFFERED BiOREWARDISOFFEREDACCOMPLICE BIG REWARD IS OFFERED OFFEREDACCOMPLICE OFFEREDCCOVIPL
ACCOMPLICE CCOVIPL C ALSQBELIEVED ALSO ALSOBE BELIEVED IEVED TO TOBE TOBE TOBE
BE IN ZION ZIONWilliam ZIONc ZIONWflliam ZIONYWIUiam
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William Paisley suspected susp ted of holding holdingjip holdingpp holding1p
jip 1p Manager Thomas T 10mas Malane MaI ne of the theHennessey the13ernessey theHennessey
13ernessey Hennessey Mercantile companys companysbranch companysbranch companysbranch
branch store at Centerville Mont Jan
9 9 and securing 3000 3000 from the safe safewas saiewas safewas
was arrested yesterday morning by De Detective Detecthe Detective ¬
tective Charles E Garvey of Butte and andDetectives andDetectives andDetectives
Detectives George Chase and Joseph JosephBurt JosephBurt TosephBurt
Burt of Salt Lake in his room at theSt the theSt theSt
St Albans hotel 230 West Second SecondSouth SecondSouth SecondSouth
South street Paisleys wife who was wasfollowed wasfollowed wasfollowed
followed to Salt Lake by Detective DetectiveGarvey DetectiveGarey DetectiveGarvey
Garvey was wa also taken into custody custodyand custodyand custodyand
and lodged in the city jail jailPaisleys jailPaisleys jailPaisleys
Paisleys accomplice in the crime crimeis crimeisbelieved is isbelieved isbelieved
believed to be here in Salt Lake andefforts and andefforts andefforts
efforts are being made to apprehend apprehendhim
him When hen Paisleys room was wassearched wassearchedi wassearched
searched 1100 in greenbacks was wasfound wasfound wasfound
found He carried a 32caliber Colts Coltsrevolver Coltsrevolver Coltsrevolver
revolver revolverDetective revolverDetective revolverDetective
Detective Garvey left on the mid midnight midnight midnight ¬
night train tra1nfor for Butte Buttewitli with his prisoner prisonerMrs prisonerMrs prisonerMrs
Mrs Paisley will be released this thismorning thismorning thismorning
morning and will leave for Butte to tonight tonight tonight ¬
night
Paisley PaisleySuspected Suspected From Start StartParsley StartParsley StartParsley
Parsley was suspected of the crime crimefrom crimefrom crimefrom
from the beginning The morning after af after after ¬
ter the th robbery took place Paisley was wasnowhere wasnowhere wasnowhere
nowhere to be found Detective Gar Garvey Garvey Garvey ¬
vey was detailed to watch the move movements movements movements ¬
ments of Mrs Paisley and a few daysafter days daysafter daysafter
after the crime she received a letter letterAs letterAs letterAs
As near as could be learned from the thepcstal tbepestal thepcstal
pcstal authorities the letter was wasmalled wasmalledin mailed mailedin
in Salt Lake Word was sent to the thelocal thelocal thelocal
local police to watch for Paisley but butthey butthey butthey
they were unable to locate him Thurs Thursday Thursday Thursday ¬
day Mrs Paisley packed pa ed her things thingsand thingsand thingsand
and boarded the train from Butte De Detective Detective Dctective ¬
tective Garvey caught the same train trainand trainand trainand
and shadowed her to Salt Lake LakeDetective LakeDetective LakeDetective
Detective Garvey lost sight of her in inher inher inher
her travels about this time and called calledfor calledfor calledfor
for assistance from the police They Theylocated Theylocated Theylocated
located the pair Friday night at the theSt theSt theSt
St Albans and Detective Garvey oc occupied occuped occupled ¬
cupied the adjoining room room He lay laythere laythen laythere
there in wj wAit jt for pr Paisleys accomplice accomplicebut
but the latter did not show up so yes yeswere yesd yeswere
111 ln sl d th iil iilwere
were arrested They were were driven d veIi m a ahack aback ahack
hack to the police station Twa or orpthree or1reehours or1ree
pthree 1reehours 1ree hours were spent in sweating sweatingMrs sweatingrIrs sweatingMrs
Mrs Paisley 1 but > ut the officers offl ers were un unable unable nflable ¬
able to obtain any information from fromher fromher fromher
her herThe
The Hennessey Mercantile com company compen3 compeny ¬
pany has offered 5000 reward for the thecapture thecapture thecapture
capture of the men and there is no noquestion noquestion noquestion
question in the mind of Detective Gar Garvey Garvey Garvey ¬
vey that Paisley was one of the the men menEfforts menEfforts menBfforts
Efforts are being made to capture his hispartner hispartner hispartner
partner who is known to the Butte Butteofficer Butteofficer Butteofficer
officer It is said that he came to Salt SaltLake SaltLalce SaltLake
Lake with Paisley and was seen here herea
a a couple of days da s ago He and Paisley Paisleyoccupied Paisleyoc PaisleyoccupIed
occupied oc u led the same room at the St Al Albans AIftjr Albai ¬
bans bai ftir fr two or three nights but be before beore befe ¬
fore ore Mrs Paisley arrived he secured securedanother secureda securedanother
another a room room somewhere else In the thecity thec1ty thecity
city
Record of Paisley PaisleyPaisley PaisleyPaisley PaisleyPaisley
Paisley is about 35 years of age and andhas andhas andhas
has served two terms in the Montana Montanastate Montanastate I Istate
state prison for robbery He is well wellknown wellk wellknown
known k 10wn in Butte police circles The de description description description ¬
scription that Malane gave the officerofthe officer officerof
of ofthe the men tallied with Paisley and his hispartner hispartner hispartner
partner Detective Garvey said last lastnight 1astlight lastnight
night he hewas was positive that Paisley was wasimplicated wasimpUcated wasimplicated
implicated In the robbery robberyMrs robberyMrs robberyMrs <
Mrs Paisley is 30 years of age She SheContinued SheContinued SheContinued
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GETS FREE RIDES RIDESFROM RIDESFROM
FROM RAILROADS RAILROADSExDelegate
ExDelegate Rodey of New Mexico MexictConfesses HexiocConfesses MexicoConfesses
Confesses Having Placed PIac d Him Himself Rimself Eimself ¬
self Tinder ObligationsWashington Obligations ObligationsWashington ObligationsVashington
Washington Jao J 20 20B B E Rodey Rodeyformer Rodeyforpler Rodeyformer
former delegate to congress from New NewMexico NewMexi Ne NeMexico
Mexico Mexi created cr ated a a furpre turQ at t todays todayshea tQdaysipg tgdayealflg9e
hea ealflg9e ipg Jg n tha h joint jo n statehood 1 statahodlilLbe statahodlilLbeo tehQod bilLbe bilLbelofe nLbefore
fore o theThouse the bouse committee on onterritoriel onterritorielby > territories territoriesby
by announcing that corporate interestsin interests interestsin
opin opinion oplnIon opinion ¬
in Arizona had suppressed public
and de declared dedared ¬
ion in favor of joint statehood
dared that a popular vote on the ques question question question ¬
tion wouldshow would show a decided majority in infavor infavor 1rfavor
favor of the admission of Arizona and andNew andNew an anNew
New Mexico as one state There have havbeen havebeen havEbeen
been intense persecutions in Arizona ArizonaMr ArizonaMr ArizonaMr
Mr Rodey declared Special interests interestshave interestshave interestEhave
have perpetrated outrageous and scan scandalous scandalous scandalous ¬
dalous suppression of public opinion opinionfor opinionfor opiniorfor
for the last six months Thousands Thousandsfavor Thousandsfavor Thousanthfavor
favor joint statehood who do not dare dareto dareto darto
to say so
Arizonans Protested ProtestedThe ProtestedTh ProtestedThe
The Th members of the AntiJoint State Statehood Statehood Statehood ¬
hood league who were In the commit committee committee committee ¬
tee room united in a protest rotest against againstthe walnstthe againstthe
the statements but in response to the thechorus thechorus th thchorus
chorus of No No from the Ari Arizonans ArIzonans Artzonexis ¬
zonans Mr Rodey declared that the thecorporation th thcorporation thcorporation
corporation forces who are opposing opposingthe opposingthe
the joint statehood measure do not notdare notdare notdare
dare to submit the joint statehood statehoodproposition statehoodproposition statehoodproposition
proposition to the people of Arizona ArizonaMr ArizonaMr ArizonaMr
Mr Rodey was repeatedly interrupt interrupted interru t ted ¬
ed by questions from members of the thecommittee thecommittee thecommittee
committee and by heated arguments argumentsdesigned argumentsdesigned argumentsdesigned
designed to bring out the attitude of ofthe ofthe olthe
the administration on statehood statehoodAsked statehoodAsked statehoodAsked
Asked to Be Excused ExcusedRepresentative ExcusedRepresentative ExcusedRepresentative
Representative Lloyd Missouri Missouriasked MissourIeked Missouriasked
asked Mr Rodey if it were not true truethat truethat
that the president and speaker of thehouse the thehouse
house were forcing the joint statehood statehoodIssue s statehoodtssue tehood
Issue Mr Rodey asked to be excused excusedfrom excusedfrom
from answering this question and andChairman andChairman
Chairman Hamilton Michigan inti intimated lntim Intimated ¬
mated m ted that the Democrats were being beingforced beingforced beingforced
forced by their organization to oppose opposethe opposethe
the bill billRepresentative billRepresentative billRepresentative
Representative Moon Tennessee in interrupted IntETrupted Interrupted ¬
terrupted the th argument to say sayI sayI
I object to the gentleman from fromMichigan fromMich1gan fromMichigan
Michigan and the gentleman from Mis Missouri MissQurl MIssqurl ¬
sQurl having this fuss here b re when inprivate in inprivate inprivate
private they express Q > ress opposite op osite opin opinions oplnions opin1ons ¬
ions
Talked of Taxation TaxationMr
Mr Rodey described the system of oftaxation ottaxation oftaxation
taxation in both New Mexico and Arsona Ari Arizona Arizona ¬
zona and said corporate Influences Influenceshave influenceshave Influenceshave
have been draining both territories and andholding andholding I
holding down their taxes Under Joint Jointstatehood joIntstatehood
statehood he said the people of thetwo the thetwo thetwo I
two territories could unite and curb curbthese curbthese I Ithese
these influences and prevent their pub public p public b ¬ I Ilic
lic domain from being stolen stol n He pronounced pro pronounced pronounced ¬
nounced the denunciation of the Mexi Mexican MexIcan Mcxlcan ¬
can population In New Mexico as ridi ridiculous rIdIculous ridiculous ¬
culous and said the Mexicans were werere wererel1gJous re religious religlous ¬
ligious and lawabiding and in no sense sensea
a menace to the th welfare of the pro proposed DroDosed proposed ¬
posed state stateShameless stateShameless stateShameless
Shameless Confession ConfessionIn
In answer to questions from Repre Representative Representative Represantative ¬
sentative Moon Mr Rodey made a de detailed deta detailed ¬
tailed ta led statement of how corporate in influences 1nfIuences Influences ¬
fluences get control of territorial gov governments governments gayernments ¬
ernments which are dominated by f fed federal federal ed ederal
eral officeholders He frankly saici saicithat sa sathat safdthat
that he and Delegate Smith and other otherwellknown otherwellknown otherwellknown
wellknown men ride on railroad passes passesand 1assesand passesand
and place themselves under obligations obligationsto
to the companies Under statehood he hesaid hesaId hesaid
said governors would be responsible responsibledirectly responsibledirectly responsibledirectly
directly to the people and the public publicdemand pu publicdemand llc llcdemand
demand for increased taxes on corpor corporate corporate corporate ¬
ate interests would ould be respected forpolitical for forpolitical forpolitical
political reasons reasonsMr reasonsr reasonsMr
Mr r Rodeys speech closed the state statehood statehG statehcod ¬
hG hood d hearing before the house commit committee committee committee ¬
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ANCIENTCHURCH ANCI ENTCHURCH WRECKED WRECKEDEl WRECK D DEI
I El Paso Pas Tex jan JonxJTho 30 110The Tho ancientCathoilc ancient ancientCatholic anolontCathollc
Catholic church at Tomosachlo Tomo aohlo which whichwas whohJW htoh htohwas
was as built by bymISSlonarlcaV missionaries working 01k1nr with withcollapsed withtbe withthe
the Indians and wag 188 years el1rs old hnu hnucollapsed ha hathjurc4
JW collapsed and is a cQiaelete cQmpJt wreck No 2Toboay Nobt1y
boay was injured thjurc4cQmpJt <
IIMI 1Ijk c r FAllS 225 FEET DOWN SHAFT SHAFTTHEN SIIAFTTHEN SHAFTIB
THEN BATTLES1IHE BATTLES TO THE fI DEATH WITH 11 MINERS I
Unarmed men battled to the deatlwith deatl deatlwith deathwith
with an infuriated wild cat 325 feet be below below below
low the surface of the earth in the In Inkerman Inkermal Inkerman
kerman mine at Bingham a few dayago dayago day daysago
ago The animal had evidently com comfrom comefrom eomcfrom
from the surface through the 100foo 100foolevel lOOfootlevel 100foollevel
level of the mine It blundered into the thishaft theshaft tinshaft
shaft at that level and fell 225 feet t tthe to tothe tcthe <
the bottom of the shaft There i istruck it itstruck ii iistruck
struck a cross bar and bounded int intthe into intothe intcthe <
the 325foot level True to Its kind th thcat the thecat thccat <
cat alighted on its feet in the level levelIt levelIt levelIt
It crouched as if dazed daz d for a few sec seconds seconds seeends
onds and then sprang furiously to toward toward toward
ward the theiutder men m who whoHesstoh o r there theremf
mf iutder er tIa1 tb re lon l of F oreinttri > At AtReaon
Hesstoh HesstohThe HeastonThe ReaonThe Abj
The men had no weapons except excepiWife exceptlOST exceplLOST
lOST JEWELRY JEWELRYWORTH JEViELRYWORTH75000
WORTH WORTH75000 WORTH75000Wife 15000 15000Wife
Wife of Dr Gilbert Parker Bobbed o oHer of ofHer oJ oJKer
Her Treasures in Carlton GarltonHotel CarltonHotel CarlthnHotel
Hotel London LondonNew LrnidonNew ndon ndonNew
New York Jan 20 20The The Herald to tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow will say the fact that Lady LadyParker LadyParker LadyParker
Parker wife of Dr Gilbert Parker Parkerwas Park Parkerwas r rwas
was roVoed rab ed of 75000 several weeks age agein agoin agcIn
in the Carlton hotel London has been beenrevealed b beenrevealed cn cnrevealed
revealed in this city since the depar departure departure departure ¬
ture of ofsa sa a representative of Scotland Scotlandyard Scotlandyard Scotlandyard
yard for fore forePalm Palm Beach Fla For more morethan morethan morethan
than a month the London detective detectiveworked detectiveworked detectiveworked
worked in this city independently of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the central office visiting pawnshops pawnshopsand pawnshopsand
and following other trails trailsJewels trailsJewels trailsJewels
Jewels Well Known KnownIn
In the recent political campaign inEngland in inEngland inEngland
England Lady Parker took up a a tem temporary temporAry temporary ¬
porary residence in the Carlton She Shewas Shewas Shewas
was Miss A B Van Tine of this city citydaughter citydaughter citydaughter
daughter of the late A A Van Tine Tineand Tineand Tineand
and wealthy in her own right Her Herjewels Herjewels Herjewels
jewels are well known and on this oc occasion occasion occaslon ¬
casion she had in a a casket In her com compartment comartment cornpartment ¬
partment all her collection collectionA
A knock came to her door one morn morning mornin morn1n ¬
ing in and a d a welldressed man was dis discovered dlsoovered cliscovered ¬
covered At sight of Lady Parker he heapologized heapologized heapologized
apologized profusely saying he had hadmade hadmade hadmade
made a mistake having been called to tothe tothe tothe
the room r om of a a friend friendDiscovered friendDiscovered friendDIscovered
Discovered the theTheft theTheftLittle Theft TheftLittle TheftLittle
Little was thought of the incident incidentand incidentand Incidentand
and Lady Parker went to make some somecalls somecalls somecalls
calls When she returned she discov discovered discovered dlscovered ¬
ered that the case and its contents had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been taken Nothing else had been dis disturbed distutbed distuilbed ¬
turbed Entrance bad been obtained by bykey bykey bykey
key keyLady Lady Parkers description of the man manwho manwho manwho
who had rapped at her door caused the thedetective thedetective thedetective
detective to take ship for this city cityThe cityThe cityThe
The detective thought he recognized in inIt init init
It a man who has made a reputation as asa asa
a 0 sneak thief and hotel thief on two twocontinents twocontinents twocontinents
continents It was learned he had hadsailed hadsalIed hadsailed
sailed for New York He was not in inNew inNew InNew
New York when the th detective arrived arrivedbut aITIvcdbut arivedbut
but there were traces of him here and andafter andafter andafter
after a weeks Investigation a clue was wasfound wasfound wasfound
found whch indicated that he had hadgone hadgone hadgone
gone to Florida FloridaPHILIPPINE FloridaPHILIPFIIJETARIFF
1 1PHILIPPINE <
PHILIPPINE PHILIPFIIJETARIFF TARIFF BILL BILLSenator BILLSenator BILLSenator
Senator Newlands Newl nds States Reason for forHis forH forHis
His H is Opposition OppositionWashington OppositionWashington OppositionWashington
Washington Jan 20 20HearlngSj 20Hearinbn 20Hearinbnthe Hearings > OT OTthe J Jthe
the Philippine tariff bill wer wertOday wertoday b giin giintoday
today before the senate comndtteaon comndtteaonPhilippines comnii commttte fee QJi QJiPhll1pplnes on onPhillpplnes
Philippines HenrY W Embod PbdiO PbdiOBoston P bo i ol olBoston t tBoston
Boston an importer of sugary > support supported supportad uppotted ¬
ed the bill in a lengthy statement statementSenator itatenientSenator tQtem nt ntSenator
Senator Newlands in addressing the thecommittee theccmmlttee theccmmlttee
ccmmlttee said he was opposed to the thebill theblll thebill
bill as it passed the house 1ouse or any bill billwhich bUlwhl billwhlth
whl which h provides free trade between the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States and the he Philippines for forthe forthe forthe
the reason thpt th t it Will tie the Filipinos Filipinosto
to us for an time timeHif timeBtR timeHig
Hif statement was confined almost almostwholly almostwhollp almostwhoUy
wholly to irenerfvlcpad4tloniin llenenc eIralc9ndition condtUon ln the thet51as242
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their tools and for a a few minutes that thasection thatsection thatsection
section of the nine was the liveliest liveliesspot liveliestspot liveliestspot
spot in the distict districtThe distictThe distictThe
The cat was full grown and full o ofight of offight oJfight
fight fightFrightened fightFrightened fightFrightened
Frightened and enraged by its mis mishap mishap mishap
hap and by the presence of the men menIt menit menIt
It charged about madly seeking to us usteeth use useteeth usteeth <
teeth or claws on the men There waino was wasno wsuno
no opportunity for escape so the men meiseized menseized inerseized
seized picks and drills and closed 01 01the on onthe orthe
the furious brute bruteThe bruteThe bruteThe
The tide of the battle moved bad backand badand bachand
and forth for a time until one of thmen th the themen thEmen <
men landed l a l lucky luc1q c blow bl lYWit1 with a drill drilthat dr drillthat n
that piifcnthTg putJt al malfeddwitr in an Instant in instant n nstant
stant > other drills and picks fell feUlnfhe feUlnfhecat fehIintliEcat In th thcat <
cat which was soon beaten to deatland death deathand deathancf
and borne in triumph to the surface surfaceSenators surfaceTIGHTENING surfaceTIUTENING
TIGHTENING PURSE STRINGS STRINGSSenators STRINEISSenators
Senators Think of ofTaking Taking Con Control Control Controt ¬
trol of Expenditures of Mon Money Money Money ¬
ey Away From Cabinet CabinetSpecial CabinetSpecIal CabinetSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldWashington HeraldWashington HeraldWashington
Washington Jan 20 201n In discussion I Ithe In inthe I Ithe
the irrigation committee of the senatEtoday senate senattoday senatetoday
today upon the bill of Senator Heybur Heyburproviding HeyblrD HeyblrDprovIding Heyburiproviding
providing that the proceeds of sales o otownsltes of oftownslte3 otownslte
townsltes in irrigation projects should b bturned be beturned bEturned
turned into the reclamation fund it developed de developed developed
veloped that a number of members o othe of ofthe olthe
the committee are in favor of taking taklnjcontrol takingcnntrol takIngcontrol
control of the reclamation fund out o othe of ofthe 01the
the hands of the secretary of the intenor In Interior Interior
terior and making its expenditure sub subject subject subject ¬
ject to congressional action as In th thcase the thecaso thcase <
case of other public p blIc moneys Senator SenatoCarter SenatorCarter SenatoxCarter
Carter of Montana of the committee committeeIs
Is active in his advocacy bf legIslation legislatioialong legIslationalong legislationalong
along the lines thus indicated He is o othe of ofthe olthe
the opinion that the reclamation fund fumla fundIs
la not being expended as Judiciously a ait as asit as asIt
it might be with congressional restriQ restriQtions restri restritlons restrictions
tions placed upon It Senators Hans Hansbrough H Hansbrough ns nsbrough
brough and Gorman also favor taking takingthe takingthe takingthe
the reclamation fund as well as th thPanama the thePanama thEPanama <
Panama canal expenditures out of con control control eontrol
trol of the executive departments ant antplacing and andplacing andpIac1n
placing them in control of congress just jusas justas justas
as all other government funds are ex expended expended cxpended
pended pendedIt
It is expected that general legislation legislatlorwill legislationw1l1 legislationwill
will be proposed which will make a radi radlcal radical radical
cal change in the disposition of th threclamation the thereclamation thereclamation <
reclamation fund Heyburns He burns bill which whlclbrought whichbrought whichbrought
brought on this discussion was referre referretto referreto
to a subcommittee consisting con515 ng of Sena Senators Senators Senators
tors Sutherland Hansbrough and Pat Patterson Patterson Patterson
terson tersonThe tersonThe tersonThe
The committee also considered the theof thcof th thof <
of Senator Fulton providing for the con condemnation condemnation condemnation
demnation of lands in private ownership ownershipfor
for uses of the reclamation service iicases ii in incases Incases
cases where such lands may be neces necessary necessary necessary
sary for the success of government IrrI IrrIgation irrigatlon lrrigation
gation projects The question of the con constitutionality constitutionalIty constitutionality
stitutionality of condemnation proceed proceedings proceedings proceedings ¬
ings contemplated by the bill was ralset ralsetand ralsetand ralsecand
and final action upon It I t was deferred deferredDISCOVERED deferredDISCOVERED deferredDISCOVEREDJUST
DISCOVERED DISCOVEREDJUST JUST IN TIME TIMETwo TIMETwo TIMETwo
Two Mormon Elders Blow Out the theGas theGas theGas
Gas or an Attempt Was Madeto Made Hadeto Madeto
to Murder Them ThemSt
St Louis Mo Jan 20 20Walter Walter L LWilson LWilson LWilson
Wilson of Safford Ariz and S L Coxof Cox Coxof Coxof
of Idaho Falls Id u Mormon elders elderswere elderswere elderswere
were taken unconscious from an Ore Oregon Oregon Oregon ¬
gon hotel room this morning both bothhaying bothhaving bothhaving
having been overcome by gas A rail railroad raIlroad railroad ¬
road ticket and 95 which Cox had hadplaced hadplaced hadplaced
placed under his pillow It is stated are areunaccounted areunaccounted areunaccounted
unaccounted for forGroans forGroans forGroans
Groans attracted attention to the theroom theroom theroom
room and the locked door was forced forcedWilson forcedWilson forcedWilson
Wilson lay unconscious and Cox being beingdelirious beingdel1rious beingdelirious
delirious fought a policeman furiously furiouslyfor
for a few moments and then fell un unconscious unconscious unconscious ¬
conscious They were taken to the city cityJiospitalwhere cityJ1osI cityJiospital
J1osI Jiospitalwhere Jiospital > it l where it Is stated they will willre willt willecovi
re t ecovi over jThey They hey are en route to Chatta ChattatT4Oojp326nn ChattaTioogf ChattaoogMflnn
tT4Oojp326nn Tioogf oogMflnn rr nn to to attend a church chur ch con conjfe cont con1i1h
jfe t sihrcfi 1i1h t hbeglns begins tomorrow Both Bothgsuxftaul BothmaI Bothjijmil1ar
jijmil1ar maI with gas jets and it Isuthait is isf1tthlr
f1tthlr gsuxftaul uthait ih they Y failed t fI d to entirely shut shuiSMOOTS shutthfiow
Mn theflow when retiring retiringSMOOTS etlr1ngr etlr1ngSMOOTS
r
SMOOTS BILL PASSEDSpecial PASSED PASSEDSpecial PASSEDSpecial
+ Special to The Herald HeraldWashington HeraldWashington +
+ Washington D C Jan 20 20Representa11ve 20Representative +
4 Representative Ho Howell well succeededtoday succeeded succeededf succeededtoday +
+ f today In having the bill passed passedthrough passedthrough +
+ 4 through the house providing for of ofextending 4 4extending
+ extending until May 15 the time timefor 4 4for +
+ 4 for making homestead settlements settlementson 4 4on
+ 4 on the Uintah Indian reservation reservationwhloh reservationwhich + f ff
+ which has passed the th senate and andpow andEPOW + f f4jiow
4jiow + pow goes to t the president for his bisjdgnature hLignature +
+ Signature 4 f
BRING DEATH DEATHTO DEATHSEVE
TO SEVtN IN TWO CAMPS CAMPSSix
Six Miners Perish at Alta in Avalanche Avalancheand Avalancheand
and One Dies at American Amer American
ican Fork F orko
Six men met deathin a snowsllde which whichswept whichswept whichswept
swept over the town of Alta early Fri Friday Friday Friday ¬
day evening evening according < to reports which whichreached whichreached whichreached
reached Salt Lake yesterday From the themeagre themCl themeagre
meagre mCl gre reports received it Is believed the themen thumen themen
men were comparative strangers In the thecamp thecamp thecamp
camp Their names cannot be Iqarneti IqarnetiThe 1 lqarnedThe arnec1 arnec1lhe
The slide destroyed a section of the tele telephone telephone telephone ¬
phone line connecting Alta with Park ParkCity parkCity ParkCity
City so that particulars cannot be ob obtained obtained obtamed ¬
tainedThe tamedThe tained tainedThe
The best report received Indicates that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the six men were In a saloon which stood stoodin stoodIn stoodin
in the path of the slide and that they theywere theywere theywere
were carried away way together In the build buildIng building building
Ing Another report Isto is to the theeffe effect t that thatthe thatthe thattile
the men were engaged in repairing a pipe pipeline pipeUne pipeline
line Unelhe
lineThe
The only jiews lews received concerning the theaffair theaffair theaffair
affair came over a private telephone t linethat line linethat linethat
that extends down the canyon to the Co Golumbus Columbus Columbus
lumbus Consolidated Mining companys companyspower companyspower companyspower
power plant which is about eight miles milesabove milesabove milesabove
above Wasatch resort In Little Cotton Cottonwood Cottonwood Cottonwood
wood canyon and several miles below belowAlta belowAlto belowAlta
Alta The news was borne from the thepower thepower thepower
power plant to Wasatch by messenger messengerSeveral mes messengerSeveral > enger engerSeveral
Several men Including J E Beveridge Beveridgestarted Beveridgestarted Beveridgestarted
started for Alta yesterday but on learn learning learning learning ¬
ing of conditions In the canyon gave up uptheir uptheir uptheir
their plan planBetween planBetween planBetween
Between Emma and Flagstaff FlagstaffThe
The best Information obtainable e comes comesfrom comesfrom comesfrom
from the Columhbus Consolidated mine to toManager toManager toManager
Manager Tony Jacobson This report reportshows reportshows reportshows
shows that the slide took place between betweenthe betweenthe betweenthe
the Emma and Flagstaff mines early last lastevening lastevening lastevening
evening These properties are almost di directly directly dlrectly ¬
rectly above the town of Alta The re report repart repart ¬
part indicated that It would be Impossible Impossibleto
to get the names of the men buried be beneath beneath beneath ¬
neath the snow snowThe snowThe snowThe
The slide came without warning fol following following following ¬
lowing the rule of former slides in that thatlocality thatIocallt thatlocality
locality Iocallt The snow was wet and heavy heavyand heavJand heavyand
and the men were undoubtedly suffo suffocated suffocated suffocated ¬
cated In a short time If they were not notcrushed notcrushed notcrushed
crushed Instantly by the tons of snowwhich snow snowwhich
which burled them It is not believed believedthe believedthe believedthe
the men were residents of Alta or that thatthey thatthey thatthey
they were known in Salt Lake LakeOther LakeOther LakeOther
Other slides in the neighborhood of the theAlbion theAlbion theAlblpn
Albion mine were reported last night nightbut nightbut nightbut
but no lives were lost In these It was said saidMen saidfen saidMen
Men fen familiar with the canyon have havebeen hRebeen havebeen
been anticipating slides ever since the therecent therecent therecent
recent warm weather As recently as asFriday asFrlda asFriday
Friday Manager Jacobson received a let letter letter letter ¬
ter from rom his brother A 0 Jacobson su superintendent superintendent suptrintendent ¬
perintendent of the Columbus Con st stat stttngth statIngthth1e t tIng
Ingthth1e Ing tngth thaTtKe tffi6 1 6w WWtS wTfe falling f lllng wet and andheavy and1i andhieivy
heavy 1i vy and that a number of small slides slidesfollowing1 slidesfollowing slidesfollowing
following the wellbeaten n pathes of for former former former ¬
mer avalanches had taken place already alreadyA
A large slide was then expected at any anytime anytlmL anytime
time
On the Old Path PathThe PathThe PathS
S The track on which this sh1d slide camedown came camedown camedown
down judging from the reports received receivedand receivedand receivedand
and the statements of those who know knowthe knowthe knowthe
the camp and I irs fs s history is that over overwhich overwhich overwhich
which an avalanche avaIa he rolled several years
ago and wiped out the town completely
It I Is a bleak barren precipitous moun mountain mountain mountam ¬
tain tam at the southwest foot of which tha thalittle thaHttle thelittle
little town Is located Between the Old oldtEmma OldEmma oLaEmma
Emma and Flagstaff properties located locatedon loeat loeaton
on this mountain there Is Just enough ofi ofigulch ofgulch otgulch
gulch and ridge backbone just enougl1 enougl1of enougbof enouo enouoof
of rugged rock with stretches of smooth smoothsurface 81110001surface smoothsurface
surface and just enough of converging converginggulches conv converginggulches rging rginggulches
gulches leading Into the main canyon canyoafrom canyonfrom nyun nyunfrom
from different directions to make Old OldBoreas oldBoreas OldBoreas
Boreas scream with fiendish gle glee during duringevery duringevery duringevery
every storm Tho snows are swept across acrossthis ncroS5this acrossthis
this exposed breast of granite first in one onadirection onedirection onedirection
direction then in another until finally finallythey finallYthey finallythey
they accumulate in such immense dune dunereefs dunereefs un unreefs
reefs and combs that a break from the thetop thetop thetop
top occurs and whole masses rush down downwith downwith downwith
with a momentum and weight that noth nothing nothIng nothing ¬
ing above ground can resist resistIt resistIt
It is a mild winter Indeed that passes passeswithout passCitwithout passeawithout
without a slide down this stretch oC oCmore ofmere oZmore
more than 3000 feet to the comparatively comparativelylevel
level l vel spot In the canyon below Destruct Destructive ¬
ive slides in this particular portl < ular portion of the thecanyon th6cnnyon th thcanyon
canyon have been many during the last lastthirty lastthirty lastthirty
thirty years and terrible has been thai thaidestruction th thdestruction tbdestruction
destruction of life and property pro propertydestrue propertydestruetion rtydestruc rtydestruction destruc destruction ¬
tion that hasbeen has been all the more terrible terriblebecause terriblebecause terriblebecause
because the Jessons ot Of one have bad lit little JHtIp hittie ¬
tIp effect upon the actions of men what whatcame w wfl wflcaine L Lcame >
came after afterBoarding afterBoarding afterBoarding
Boarding House on the Track TrackA
A new new boarding house 10use was recently recentlycompleted re rentlycompleted nUy nUyc
completed c at the Flagstaff property by bythe bythe bythe
the new company now operating the mine mineis mineI
10 I is located right In the track of tho thoslides thosl thesldes
slides sl des but the owners it Is understood understoodtook understooOtooI understoodtook
took every precaution to make it safe by byfirst byfirJt byfirst
first grading out against the mountain mountainside mountainsIde mountainside
side and then making tho root of thc thostructure th6structure thcstructure
structure Conform onf < Jrm to the contour of thasurface tba tbasurface tbisurface
surface On that account It Uis is not notlleved tw twlieved believed
lieved that any damage has occurred occurredthere o occurredthere < curre4 curre4there
there thereDown thereDown thereDown
Down on the edge of the town Is the thestcre thest thestore
store st re of Postmaster John Stillwell His Hisbuilding HI HIbuilding Hisbuilding
building is built into the hillside in th thmanner the thAmanner themanner
manner stated and though many big bigslides bigslides bigslides
slides have passed over his place he has hasnever hasnever hasnever
never suffered any particular damage damageFriday damageFriday damageFriday
Friday nights slide must have passed passedover paBspdoer passedover
over his store as it Is right In line for forall torall forall
all that comes that way wayLocation wayLocation wayLocation
Location of Alta AltaThe AltaThe AltaThe
The town of Alta rests In a sort or orcup orcup orcup
cup or basin surrounded by precipitous precipitouspeaks precipitouspeaks precipitouspeaks
peaks Much of the timber tim er that stood stoodoriginally 8toodorIginally stoodoriginally
originally on the mountain side has been beencut beencut beencut
cut for use In timbering the mines so sothat sothattJwre sothatthere
that thattJwre there Is j little left to hold thesnovr thesnovrin
in place It Itpil pile deep especially whon whontt whnit
it falls wet and heavy as In this case caseand cas casand easeand
and when the mass m 5 starts It sweeps down downward downward downward ¬
ward with irresistible force forceFritz forceFrltz forceFrItz
Fritz Rettick a veteran In the camp camphad catnphad camphad
had witnessed dozens of slides during hl hiyears hlears hlyears
years ears of residence In the camp He > says saysthe sa saysthe g gthe
the only warning one gets Is a trembling tremblingand tremblingand
and rumbling as the comb breaks to be bofollowed befollowed befollowed
followed In an Instant by b a whoosh as asthe n nthe athe
the thousands of tons of snow ice and andContinued andContinued andContinued
Continued on Page 3
DENVER DISTRICT ATTORNEY miEn FOR CONTEMPT CONTEMPTJudge CONTEMPTJudge
Judge Frank T Johnson Soaks the Notorious Stidger for 500 500and 500and 500arid
and Orders Him Committed to Jail Until Untilthe Untilthe Untilthe
the Money Is Pungled Up
Denver Jan 20 20Judge Judge Frank T TJohnson TJohnson TJohnson
Johnson of the district court todayfined today todayfined todayfIned
fined District Attorney George GeorgeStidger Stidger
500 for contempt of court and com committed committed coinmitted ¬
mitted him to jail until the th fine is ispaid ispaid ispaid
paid paidThe paidThe paidThe
The trouble arose over the gamblers gamblerscases gamblerscases gamblerscases
cases cases which whi h were w re begun g by Judge JudgeJohnson JudgeJohnson JudgeJohnson
Johnson in October and were taken takenfrom takenfrom takenfrom
from his court by District Attorney AttorneyStidger AttorneyStldger AttorneyStidger
Stidger and removed r moved to the criminal criminaldivision criminaldivision criminaldivision
division of the court for trial trialYou trialYou trialYou
You have obstructed the due ad administration administration d dministration ¬
ministration of justice In this court courtMr courtllr courtMr
Mr Stidger said saidTudge Judge Johnson when whenhe whenhe whenhe
he Imposed the fine You have at attempted attempted attempted ¬
tempted to bring ridicule on this court courtin courtIn courtin
in the eyes of the public and to In Interfere Interfere Interfere ¬
terfere with Its duty dutyDistrict dutyDistrict dutyDistrict
District Attorney Stidger protested protestedvehemently PJotestedvehemently protestedvehemently
vehemently saying that th t no notice of ofan ofan ofan
an investigation of his hisaction action had been beengiven beengiven beenglven
given him and nd charging the court with withunfairness withunfairn withunfairness
unfairness unfairnessCan unfairn unfairnessNEWSPAPERSIIAY SS SSNEWSPAPERS
NEWSPAPERS NEWSPAPERSIIAY HAVE RIGHTS RIGHTSCan R1IITSCan
Can Publish Pubushoourt Court Proceedings ProceedingsSo
So Long as They Confine ConfineThemselves ConfineThemselves ConfineThemselves
Themselves to FactsNashville Facts FactsNashvl1le Facts1Nashville
Nashville Tenn Jan 20The 20 The su supreme supreme enpreme ¬
preme court of Tennessee handed handeddown handeddown handeddown
down an important opinion today re regarding regarding regarding ¬
garding the rights of newspapers new > paper to topublish topublish topublish
publish fair and truthful reports of o the theproceedings theproceedings theproceedings
proceedings of the courts of justic justiceThis justicThis justicThis
This matter was considered by b the thecourt thecourt thecourt
court in connection with a damage suit suitfiled suitfiled suitfiled
filed against the Nashville American Americ n inwhich In Inwhich InwhIch
which case a verdict was rendered be below below below ¬
low against the American for 5000 5000The 5000The 5000The
The supreme court reversed this judg judgment judgment judgment ¬
ment and the case was remanded The Thecourt Thecourt Thecourt
court laid down thelaw the law providing that thatunless t thatunless at atunless
unless the court has prohibited a pub publication publication pubhicatlon ¬
lication or the subject of theproceed theproceedings the theproceedIngs p ceed ceedIngs ¬
ings are unfit for publication ubIIc t1on they may maybe maybe maybe
be published and the owners of f the thenewspapers thenewspapers thenewspapers
newspapers occupy the same samestntus samestntusother status as jasother asother
other persons 1 > ersons Publication of ofsuitB ofsuitBmust suitsmust suits suitsmust
must be b fair they must not be mingled mingledWith mingleddtll mingledcritli
With comment the place for comment commentbeing commentbeIng commentbeing
being the editorial column reports r ports of oflawsuits oflawsults oflawsuits
lawsuits need not be verbatim no un undue undue Undue ¬
due prominence must be given to per permit permit permit ¬
mit damaging facts to the exclusion of ofmniuto otmn ofmnuto
mniuto mn uto facts which w ich explain or modify modifythe modifythe modifythe
the former extraneous matters must mustnot mustnot mustnot
not be Introduced In brief the news newsreports newsreports newsreports
reports of the proceedings of courts of ofjustice ofjustice ofjustice
justice must be fair and accurate accurateFELL accurateFELL
3 3FELL
FELL 2000 FEET FEETf FEETFort FEETFort
+ Fort Worth Tex Jan 20 2OLlndsay 2OLlndsayCooper 20LIndsayCooper Lindsay +
4 + Cooper an aeronaut of CJarinda 0traveling 0 4 4f
+ f traveling with a carnival rnivaI show ex exhlbltlng cxhibiting 4 t
+ hlbittng at Wolfe City fpll f ll from his hisballoon 4
+ 4 4 balloon at that place p1 < ico today fi dis distance distanco 4 +
+ tance of 2000 foot rectand and was instantly instantlykilled Instantly4kllled 4 44killed +
4killed + killed ±
The sentence stands answeredJudge answered answereJJudge answeredJudge
Judge Johnson calmly calmlyTo calmlyTo calmlyTo
To the defendants in this case thd thdmen themen thdmen
men charged with violating the gamb gambling gambling gambling ¬
ling laws 10 ws I will say that the court la lawarranted 1swarranted Iswarranted
warranted in discharging them on the thegrounds thegrounds thegrounds
grounds of former jeopardy They may maybe maybe maybe
be dismissed but I warn them these theselater theselater thesalater
later proceedings In the cases are pre premature premature > 4 4mature
mature and the court still holds thE thapower thEDower th thpower
power to rearrest them themJudge themJudge themJudge
Judge Johnson intimated that he 11elieved be believed be beJieved ¬
lieved a conspiracy existed between thedistrict the thedistrict thedi
district di trict attorneys office the sheriffs sheriffsoffice aperitiSoffice sberiffoffice
office and some of the judges to de deprive deprive deprive ¬
prive his court of the administration administrationof
of justice justiceDIstrict justiceDistrict v vDistrict
District Attorney Stidger was admitted admittedto dmItteito
to bail pending an appeal from JudgeJohnsons JudgeJohnsons Judge 1udgaJohnsons
Johnsons decision decisionThe decisionThe decisionThe
The statute provides that criminal criminalcases criminacases criminalcases
cases shall be tried in the criminal dl division dlvIsion dlvision ¬
vision of the district court said Mr ilrStidgor MrStidgor MrBtidger
Stidgor and I was simply doing my myduty
duty when I removed the gambling cases caseafrom casesfrom casesfrom
from Judge Johnsons court courtAny courtPOLICE courtPOUCE
t
POLICE ARMEO1TH ARMED WITH RIftESAny RIFLES RIFLESAny
Any Attempt of Terrorists at atBombThrowing atBombThrowing atBombThrowing
BombThrowing Will Be BeMet BeMet BeMet
Met With Bullets BulletsSt
St Petersburg Jan 20 2O1n In anticipation anticipationof
of a terrorist attempt at bombthrowing bombthrowingon
on Monday the pollco today conducted conductedsearches conductedlearches conductedsearches
searches in all the large factories and andalso andalso andalso
also as a precautionary measure gath gathered gathered gathiered ¬
ered in a large number of the leaders ofthe of ofthe ofthe
the workingmen whom they will detain detainover detainOver eta1noyer
over Monday Heavy guards tonight be began began begait ¬
gan patrolling the industrial quarters and andrifles andrUles andrIule
rifles have been provided to arm the po police pollee police ¬
lice in case there is an outbreak outbreakIt
It Is stated that these special measures measureswill me measureswill > asuree asureew111
will be in force only until Tuesday 1 1Monday 1Monday It ItMonday
Monday passes without disorder the wi with auffiorities anthorities ¬
th ffiorities orities are confident that tranquillity tranquillitywllljrelgn trnnquumYwlll tranquillitywill
wllljrelgn wlll reIgn until the critical period j1T od of the theelection Uteelfoci tileelecffon
election elfoci on tp4he dOuina dOuinaThe dOllmarho doqmaTho
The street railway raUwayemployes employes anA an the theapothecaries theapothecaries theapothecaries
apothecaries have voted for a a general generalstrike gencr gencrstrIke generalstrike
strike onlIond93 on Monday but It is believed tho thodecree thodecree thedecrec
decree of the workmans council will be becnly becnl becniy
cnly cnl partly partIyobeyed obeyed in the factories ff and andcommercial andclmmercJalhbuseS andcemmerclal
commercial clmmercJalhbuseS clmmercJalhbuseSThe hOusesThe houses housesThe
The Moscow workmen have not recov recoveied recovex recorexed
eied ex ed from the J last st strike and probably probablywill probablywill probablywill
will neglect to observe the day dayDispatches dayDispatches ay ayDispatches
Dispatches from fl om that city say that thatmany thatmany thatmany
many bombs have been abandoned in the thestreets thestreets thestreets
streets the owners apparently being dis discouraged d1 d1couraged diScouraged ¬
couraged and fearing arrest arrestTHREE arrestTHREE arrestTHREE
THREE FROM SALT LAKE LAKESpecial LAKESpecial LAKESpecial
Special to The Th Herald HeraldCambridge He HeraldCambridge d dCambridge
Cambridge Xiass ass Jan 20 20The The 1906 1906register 1900register 1906register
register of Harvard university out to today today today ¬
day Is notable for the comparatively comparativelyfew
few westerners who are in the enter entering entering enterIng ¬
ing class this year There b I are three threerecorded threerecorded threerecorded
recorded from Utah alLrfrom all from Salt SaltLake Sal SalLalte SeItLale
Lake as a follows Lloyd William WilliamBrooks WilliamBrooks WilliamBrooks
Brooks Lyman Royal Martineau jrt jr jrd jrnd
fiid nd d Benjamin BeIij m1n franklinMill Frank11n1tillerjr r Jr < r

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