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THE SALT LA LAKE HERALD every advertiser r should shouldknow sh6 ld
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dont look further furtherHerald waytosupceeciisto waytosupceeciistoSTiGK way to supceed IS to toHerald
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Established June 6 61870 1870 SALT LAKE GIT CITY Y UTAH WEDNESDAY WED TESD Y FEBRUARY 7 1906 10 1 Q PAGES Price Pri e Five Cents
FEELING GROWS GROWSMORE GROWSMOREINTENSE
MORE MOREINTENSE MOREINTENSEChinese INTENSf INTENSfChinese
Chinese Expect to Force the Complete CompleteAbrogation CompleteAbrogation CompleteAbrogation
Abrogation of the Exclusion ExclusionLaw ExclusionLaw ExclusionLaw
Law in United States StatesMANIFESTOS StatesMANIFESTOS StatesIVIANIFESTOS
MANIFESTOS BEING ISSUED ISSUEDSTATE ISSUEDSTATE ISSUEDSTATE
STATE DEPARTMENT GETTING GETTINGEXERCISED GETTINGEXERCISED GETTINGEXERCISED
EXERCISED EXERCISEDWashington EXERCISEDWashington EXERCISEDWashington
Washington Feb 6 GReports Reports continue continueto
to pour into the department of state from fromdiplomatic fromdiplomatic fromdiplomatic
diplomatic and consular agents in China Chinaregarding ChInaregarding Chinaregarding
regarding the rapid increase ncr se of feeling feelingagainst feollngagaJnst feelingagainst
against America Americans m rIcans and things thingsAmerican thingsAmerican thingsAmerican
American as expressed in edicts issued issuedby issuedby Issuedby
by local authorities s in various parts of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the empire > For six months the situation situationin
in China has been the subject of very verygenuine verygenuine verygenuine
genuine concern to the department and andMr andMr andMr
Mr Rockhill the American Amer can minister at atPeking atPeking atPeking
Peking is under instructions to keep keepWashington keepWashlnston keepWashington
Washington thoroughly and frequently frequentlyinformed frequentlyJnformoo frequentlyInformed
informed of the situation sltu tion He is also ex exerting exerting exerting ¬
erting himself at the Chinese capital in inan inan Ina
an a effort to check or allay the antifor antiforign antiforeign antiforeign
eign ign feeling that appears to be growing growingvhlle growingWbUe growingWhile
While not admitting that the situation is isone isone isone
one of immediate danger the officials officialshere officialshere officialshere
here would not be at all surprised at any anydevelopments anydovelopments anydevelopments
developments a month may bring forth forthManifestos forthManifestos forthManifestos
Manifestos Issued IssuedAlthough IssuedAlthough IssuedAlthough
Although at the outset demanding only onlya
a return to the provisions of the original originalexclusion originalexclusion originalexclusion
exclusion treaty of 1880 which excluded excludedfrom excludedfrom excludedfrom
from this country Chiigese Cnl Cihse se laborers without without with without ¬
out specifying the classes cl s of Chinamen Chinamenwhich Chlnamenwhich Chinamenwhich
which should be admitted in some pro provinces provinces provinces ¬
vinces manifestos have ave been issued declar declaring iollar1ng deelarIng ¬
ing that if the boycott is rigidly adhered adheredto
to America will be forced to forego any anyexclusion anyexc1usion anyexciusion
exclusion at all Such expressions have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been Immediately denied by Mr RockhUl RockhUlat
at Peking PekingAlthough Pe PeidngAlthough lng lngAlthough
Although directed primarily against againstAmericans againstAmericans againstAmericans
Americans the feeling of ill will that thatseems thatseems thatseems
seems to be growing in various parts of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the empire Is Interpreted d by Orientalists Orientaliststo
to have a far deeper meaning In a word wordIt
It Is declared to be antiforeign and there thereere thereare therere
ere re indications that all foreigners with withthe withthe withthe
the possible p ssible exception of Japanese will willsoon willsoon willsoon
soon be as keenly affected as are Amer Americans Amerleans Amerleans ¬
leans
Feeling in Europe EuropeInformal EuropeInfonnol EuropeInformal
Informal representations repr entatlong regarding the theChinese theChine8e theChinese
Chinese situation already have been ex exchanged exchanged exchanged ¬
changed between some of the European Europeanpowers Europeanpowers uropean uropeanowers
powers owers but thus far this country has not notcalled notcalled notcalled
called foreign nations Into consultation consultationbecause consultationbEcause consultationbcause
because there Is a very enp general feeling feelingamong feelIngamong feelingamong
among the European powers that the Chi Chirtse Chir Chirtne
rtse r c are unjustly unj stly discriminated l against againstby againstb againstby
by b the American government gov rnment and so long longas
as the antiforeign feeling is confined to toAmericans toAm toAmericans
Americans Am rIcans the Europeans are expected to tobide tobide tobide
bide their time timeThe timeThe timeTue
The dispatch from Peking published publishedjfcstexday publishedsterday publishedestorday
jfcstexday regarding the activity of Russia Russiain
in Mongolia has been bee taken note of by the theofficials theofficials theofficials
officials here hereOUTLOOK hereOUTLOOK hereOUTLOOK
OUTLOOK SERIOUS SERIOUSBishop SERIOUSBishop SERIOUSIshop
Bishop Hoare 1f ki i rtttnt Interviewed N ewed on the Sit Situation Sitation Siti ¬
i uation in China ChinaLondon Chinar
I r London Feb 7 7J J C Hoare bishop of ofVictoria o oVl ofVictoria
Victoria Vl tOria Hongkong In an interview to today totlay toV ¬
V day on the situation in China expressed expressedthe
the view that the outlook was more seri serious serious sortOtis ¬
ous In the southat south at any rate than be befcre bere befre
fcre re the BoxeI rising risingThe risingThe risingThe
The persistent American AmerIc n boycott he hecoded hee heded
coded e ded is stirring up much trouble and andthere andtI1cre andthere
there is danger that the Chinese may mayextend mayextend mayextend
extend the boycotting prinoiple inevit inevitably inevItnb1y inevitably ¬
ably leading to a general antiforeign feel feeling feeling feelirg ¬
ing among the more ignorant classes The Theattack Thettack Theattack
attack on Dr Andrew Seattle the Amer American American mer merjean ¬
ican Presbyterian missionary at Fati Fatiwhose Fatl11ose Fatiwhose
whose 11ose residence was looted on Feb 3 3was 3lS 3WaS
was lS particularly daring as it occurred occurredjust occunedjust occurredjust
just across the river from the Canton Cantonsettlement Cantonsettlement Cantonsettlement
settlement and within a few yards of Eu European European European ¬
ropean gunboats It Is also significant significantthat significantthat significantthat
that such a proforeign official as Vice Viceroy Vicerov Viceroy ¬
roy rov Yuan Shi Kai should have discharged dischargedProfessor dischargedPrcfessor dischargedPrcfessor
Prcfessor C D Tenney an AmerICn and anddirector anddirector anddirector
director of education who no organized d the thenew thenEW then
new n w school system in Pe Chi Li province provinceThe provinceThe provinceThe
The spread of the boycott bo pcott will be more moredifficult moredf moredIfficult
difficult df cult to contend with than the Boxer Boxermovement Boxermovement Boxermovement
movement As the exclusion of the Chi Chinese ChInese Cliinese ¬
nese from the United States and Philip Philippine PhiIlppine Philippine ¬
pine Islands caused the boycott of Amen American AmerlCiU1 Amencan ¬
can goods their exclusion from Australia Australiaoiid AustraliaDIad Australiaoid
oiid Canada will causo C8U USO a a feeling against againstGreat againstGHat againstGeat
Great Britain BritainHearing BritainIISTPOEU
I 01 01POSTPONED
POSTPONED FOR ONE DAY DAYHearing DAYHearing
Hearing in the Smoot Case Did DidNot DidNot DidNot
Not Begin Yesterday YesterdayLarge YesterdayLarge YesterdayLarge
Large Crowd Present PresentSpecial PresentSpecial PresentSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldWashington HeraJdWashington HeraldWashington
Washington Feb G GTo To the evident dis disappointment disappointment dieapiolntment ¬
appointment of the large audience assem assembled assembied assembied ¬
bied this morning in the privileges and andelections andeEd andeE
elections eEd eE diana ons committee room the session of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the committee lasted but two o or three threeminutes threeminutes thnecminutes
minutes no testimony in the Smoot case casebring casebtIng casebttng
bring given On account of other com committee commatee cornimttce ¬
mittee meetings but ut five members of the theprivileges th thpr1ileges thprivileges
privileges and elections committee were werepresent werepresent werepresent
present These were Chairman Burrows Burrowsand Bunovsand Burrowsand
and Senators Dillingham Hopkins Pettus Pettusand Pettusand Pottusand
and Dufoois Senator Hopkins wished to toattend toattend toattend
attend a meeting of the interoceanic can canals canals cantls ¬
als committee and upon his request a re recess recess recess ¬
cess was taken until tomorrow morning morningwhen
when ben the hearing will be resumed resumedAll resumedAU resumedJul
All of the witnesses summoned for the theprosecution therosecutlon theuosecution
prosecution > were present at todays meet meeting meeting meetIng ¬
ing excepting Henry W V Lawrence who whodid whod whodid
did d d not put in an appearance It is ex expected e eplded oxpctcd ¬
pected he will reach here in time to toe testify te tetlfy toetfy ¬
tify tomorrow Former Senator Carlisle Carlisleappeared Carlisleappeared Carlisleappeared
appeared for the prosecution and A R Rcrthington RrthIngton BVtrthlngton
crthington for Smoot SmootAs SmootAs
As 5 was the case cas In previous sessions sessionsthe sessIonsthe sessionsthe
the larger portion of the audience was wascomposed wasomposed wascomposed
composed of women Among those who whoattended whoatteLded whoattended
attended today were Mrs Stevens presi president pre preetdent l ldent ¬
dent Miss Anna Gordon vice president presidentand presidentand presidentand
and Mrs Margaret Dye Ellis superinten superintennt superintenont ¬
dent < nt of the Womens Christian Temper Temperance Temporance Temperaries ¬
ance union and Mrs Charles Mx 1lost styn > n
Owen OWclot of Salt Lake LakeTHREE LakeTHREE LakaTHREE
c
THREE BOYS KILLED KILLEDSlowc KILLEDSioux
4 + Sioux City la a Feb 6 GThree Three boys bo boof 4 4of +
+ 4 of Meriden la sons of welltodo +
4 + families were killed by an Illinois IlIJnoisCentral 4 4f t
4 f Central passenger train today The 4
+ f dead d dJ deadiThn + 4
+ i J 7 iThn < hn Gill aged 19 19Edgar 19Edgar 4 4Raymond +
+ Edgar Cos Congrore Ye aged 16 16Raymond 16Raymond +
+ Raymond Quinn aged 15 15PIONEER 15t 15PIONEEREOUND +
t t t 6 e t t t t J t t tt tPION9E
t
PIONEER PION9E PIONEEREOUND FOUND DEAD DEADButte DE DEADButte D DButte
Butte Mont Feb FcbtiA 6 5A A Miner dispatch dispatchfrom dispatchfrom
diSrntCh diSrntChfrom
from Virginia City says John Wall one oneof oneof oneof
of the pioneers of AlderGulch Alder Gulch and one onecf O1ecf oxtecf
cf Its jnost eccentric characters was wasfounS wasfounU wasfoun1
founS dead in hibls his cabintoday cabin toda todayone one anile anileeast mlleeastpfthls mileeastipf
east eastpfthls eastipf fthis thIseiti citoy b f The suppositionisthat suppositionisthathe supposi nisthat nisthathe
he died someitimethe some ith tlnie e the nightbeforeand nightbeforeandthat nlghtbefore and andthat andthat
that heart failure f llure was the direct cause of ofdeath ofdeath ofdeath
death
KillED KILLEDTEN1NJURED I ITEN
TEN TEN1NJURED TEN1NJUREDRear INJURED INJUREDRear
Rear End Collision on Oregon Rail Bailway Railwa Railway
way wa Navigation Companys CompanysBoad CompanysRoad CompanysBoad
Boad in Oregon OregonHARRIMAN OregonH OregonHARRIMAN
HARRIMAN H RRIMAN FLYER WRECKED WRECKEDSAW
SAW SAY SIGNAL BUT COULD NOT NOTSTOP NOTSTpP NOTSTOP
STOP STOPPortland STpPPortland STOPPortland
Portland Ore Feb 6rFour G Four persons personswere personswere personswore
were killed and ten persons were more moreor moreor moreor
or less seriously seriously injured this morning in ina Ina Ina
a collision c01l1 lon on the Oregon Railroad RailroadNavigation RailroadNavigation RailroadNavigation
Navigation road at Bridal Veil Ore OreThe OreThe OreThe
The Dead DeadB
B I 11 Sinnott of Portland Sinnott was wasan wasan wasan
an employe of o the American Type Found Founders Founders Foundera ¬
ers association and was returning to toPortland toPortland toPortland
Portland from a trip to Idaho IdahoA
A E Edwards Portland PortlandGeorge PortlandGeorge PortlandGeorge
George W Buchanan acxSbuntant a d > untant Port Portland Portland Portland ¬
land landJ landrW landJyw
J rW W Frost Walla Walls WallaInjured WalaInjured WallsInjured
Injured InjuredMrs
Mrs Nellie Riley Walla Walla alIa 60 years yearsof yearsof ears earsof
of age right arm crushed below elbow elbowsubsequently elbowsUbsequently elbowsubsequently
subsequently amputated bruises about aboutt3dy about1dy
t3dy 1 dy but exact Injuries not ascertained ascertainedJames ascertainedJames ascertainedJames
James K Russell San Francisco and andEast andEast andEast
East Oakland Cal severe scalp wound woundnot woundnot woundnot
not known if skull is fractured fracturedMrs fracturedMrs fracturedMrs
Mrs Sarah A Klineman aged 57 of ofKern ofKern ofKern
Kern Park Portland nose cut and head headbruised headbruised headbruised
bruised bruisedW bruisedw bruisedw
W H Swayne engineer of No No5 5 hands handsand handsaIjd bandsand
and face badly scalded scaldedLouis scaldedLouis scaldedLouis
Louis Morgan fireman No No5 5 face cut cutand cutand cutand
and right wrist sprained sprainedMrs sprainedMrs sprainedMrs
Mrs L 1 M Coburn Hot Lake Ore Orehead Orehead Orehead
head cut cutMrs cutMrs cutMrs
Mrs V Well Tacoma Ta ma head arms and andlegs andlegs andlegs
legs bruised bruisedWilliam bruisedWilIlam bruisedWilliam
William Dun Minneapolis left shoul shoulder shoulder shoulden ¬
der and right wrist sprained and right rightleg rlghtleg rightleg
leg bruised bruisedD
D McLood Minneapolis Up l p cut and andteeth andteeth andteeth
teeth knocked knock d out outW outW outw
W A A 4 Duncan Portland porter buffet buffetcar buffetcar buffetcar
car No 3 right side of face and right rightear rightear rightear
ear cut right hip bruised bruisedHear bruisedRear bruised1ear
Hear End Collision CollisionPassenger CollisionPassenger CollisionPassenger
Passenger train No 5 known as the thePacific theiPaciflc thePacific
Pacific Express xpress from Chicago ran Into Intothe Intothe intothe
the rear of passenger train No No3 3 which whichwas whichvras whichvas
was standing on the main track with a adisabled adisabled adisabled
disabled engine and the rear Pullman Pullmancar
car on the SpokanePortland special was wasbadly wasbadly wasbadly
badly wrecked wreckedThe wreckedThe wreckedThe
The other cars of the train were not so sobadly sobadly sobadly
badly wrecked while almost the only onlydamage onlydamage onlydamage
damage done to the rear train was to the theengine theengine theengine
engine engineNo engineNo5 engineNo
No No5 5 known as the Pacific Express Expressthe Expressthe Expressthe
the Harriman systems syst ms best train from fromChicago fromChicago fromChicago
Chicago to Portland was late and was wasmaking wasmak1ng wasmaking
making up time No 3 known as the thePortland thePortland thePortland
Portland flyer was about on time but butwhen butwhen butwhen
when nearing Bridal Veil her engine enginebrake enginebr8ke enginebreke
brake down and an effort was being beingmade beingmade beingmade
made to repair the break Brakemen Brakemenwere
were sent out with the customary sig signals signals sigusia ¬
nals but through some accident aecldenJto to the theengine theengine theengine
engine of No 6 that heavy train trainun was wasunable wasunable
unable un ble to stop in time and crashed into intothe Intotha intothe
the rear car of the standing train trainPhysicians trainPhysicians trainPhysicians
Physicians Hurried to Scene SceneAs SceneAs SceneAs
As soon BOOri eoo as the O R N general of office office offlee ¬
fice in Portland hoard l1 < kUd of the collision collisiona
a special train was ordered to the scene scenePhysicians scenePhysicians scenePhysicians
Physicians wore also sent from The TheDalles TheDanos TheDalles
Dalles and Hood River and the dead d ad and andInjured andinjured andinjured
Injured were brought to this city cityA cityE cityA
A E Edwards was the checkman for forthe forthe forthe
the Oregon Baggage Transfer com company company cornpany ¬
pany He met the trains at Pendleton Pendletonsnd Pendletonnd Pendletonand
and nd was for years a notable figure in inthe inthe inthe
the service rvlce He had but one leg the theother theother theother
other having been lost in an accident accidentsome accidentsome accidenteoine
some time ago agoFrom agoFrom agoFrom
From advices which the division super superintendents superIntendents superIntendents ¬
intendents office in Portland has re received received received ¬
ceived an injector pipe on the engine of oftrain oftrain oftrain
train No No5 5 burst when Engineer Swayne Swaynetried Swaynetried Swaynetried
tried to stop it 1 t in response to the flag
from train No No3 3 The scalding steam steamdrove steamdrov steamdrove
drove the two englnemen from the cab cabbefore cabwfore cabbefore
before they the could stop their train and andNo andNo andNo
No 5 crashed into int > > the rear end of No No3 No3The 3 3The 3The
The accident took place in the center of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the town of Bridal Veil VeilLatest VeilLatest VeilLatest
Latest Account AccountFour AccountFour AccountFour
Four or five miles back the injector injectorof
of No 5 had broken and Engineer EngineerSwayne EngineerSwayne EngineerSwayne
Swayne and the fireman had been driven drivenfrom drivenfrom drivenfrom
from the cab by the escaping steam steamThey steamThey steamThey
They were still at work on the machin machinery machinery macbinery ¬
ery when they th y noticed the signals sent sentback Sentback Sentback
back by the passenger train ahead Then ThenSwayne ThenSwayne ThenSwaync
Swayne reentered the cab and tried to tofind tofind tofind
find the throttle of his engine but was wasunable wasunable wasunable
unable to do so on account of the clouds cloudsof
of steam and his train ran down the thegrade thegrade thegrade
grade smashing into the train ahead aheadwhile aheadwhl1c aheadwhile
while traveling at possibly a twenty twentyfivemilesanhour twentyfivemi1esanhour twentyfivemilesanhour
fivemilesanhour speed speedFireman speedFireman speedFireman
Fireman Morgan being unable to do doanything doanything doanything
anything as the cab was filled with withsteam withsteam withsteam
steam jumped when it was seen the thetrain thetrain thetrain
train could not be got under control controlThe controlThe controlThe
The persons seriously injured were In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the last sleeper of the Portland train trainand trainand trainand
and occupied the car Galatea which was wasused wasused wasused
used for passengers from Walla Walla WallaMETEOR WallaMETEOR WallaMETEOR
METEOR FALLS NEAR NEARRHYOLITE NEARRHYOLITE NEARRHYOLITE
RHYOLITE NEVADA NEVADAReno
Reno Nev Feb 6 6WoQrd Word has been re received receiYoo receivod ¬
ceived in Reno to the effect that an im immense immense immense ¬
mense meteor fell a few miles north of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the town to n of Rhyolite this week W E ETurner ETurner ETurner
Turner well known in this city clt together togetherwith togetherwith togetherwith
with others witnessed the descent of the themeteor themeteor themeteor
meteor It fell at an angle of 45 degrees degreesand dcgreroand degreesand
and left a trail of fire 300 yards long in inIts InIts inIts
Its wake The heavenly visitor was seen seenand se seenand n nand
and heard to strike the ground and andthough andtl10ugh andthouh
though every effort was made to find its itslocation Itslocation itslocation
location since it has been without suc success success suecans ¬
cess cessHOPE cessHOPE cansHOPE
l
HOPE HELD OUT FOR FORSENATOR FORSENATOR FORSENATOR
SENATOR HEYBURN HEYBURNSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldWashington Hera1dWashington HeraidWashington
Washington Feb 6 GThe The condition of ofSeixitor ofSenator ofSenator
Senator Heyburn is Improving He wasreported wasreported was wasreported
reported without pain today and hope is isnow isnow Isnow
now held out for his recovery recoveryThe roooveryThe recoveryThe
The secretary of war today transmitted transmittedto
to t congress a report on the proposed im improvement improvement Improvemeflt ¬
provement of Clear Water ter river Idaho IdahoHe IdahoHe IdahoHe
He recommends tlmt no appropriation be bemade bemade bemade
made the heavy expense steep slope of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the river small volume of water and lim limited llmited limited ¬
ited amount ount of commerce making im improvement improement improvemeiit ¬
provement impracticable impracticableDEATH Impracticables ImpracticableDEATH
0 s I IDEATH
DEATH BY ACCIDENT ACCIDENTKansas ACClDENTI
I J Kansas City Feb 6 G1Irs Mrs Alice P PBrinkman PBrInkman PBrlnkman
Brinkman widow of > the late George Georgev
W v Brinkman a prominent miller and andpresident andpresident andpresident
president of the Manufacturers asso assoresult associatlonofKansas associationofKansaS
ciatlonofKansas Citydied today the theresult theresuitofr
result resuitofr of1 inhaling in aliI smoke and gases gasesfromafire gasesfrom gasesfrom
fromafire from afire a fire in her home I Her daugh daughter daughterChrlstine daughter ¬
ter terChrlstine Christine was overcome but may mayrecover mayrecover mayrecover
recover
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1THE THE WAGES OFSIN OF OFSIN
SIN IS 0 DEATHSuicide DEATH DATH33Suicide
Suicide of Rev George H Simmons SimmonsPastor SimmonsPastor SimmonsPastor
Pastor of First Baptist Church Churchat
at Peoria Ills IllsPeoria IDsPeoria IllsPeoria
Peoria Ills Feb 6 GThe The Rev George GeorgeH
H Simmons SImmo pastor of the First Baptist Baptistchurch Baptistchurch Baptistchurch
church president of the Interstate Sav Savings Savings Sayings ¬
ings bank and the Peoples Savings bank bankend banknd bankand
end nd recently appointed manager of the theTates theYates theYates
Yates senatorial campaign In Peoria Peoriacounty Peoriacounty Peoriacounty
county was found dead in bed this morn morning morning morning ¬
ing He had been the object of investi investigation InvestlBatIon Investigation ¬
gation at the hands of the states attor attorrey attorr attorrey
rey r ey by two banks and his congrega congregation congregation congregation ¬
tion on grave charges and it is presumed presumedto
to be a case of suicide suicideLetter suicideLetter suicideLetter
Letter to Wife WifeThe WifeThe WifeThe
The body was found by his wife when whenshe whenshe whenshe
she called him to breakfast Simmons Simmonsleft Simmonsleft Simmonsleft
left a letter In infwhJ wiuiehhealththissg wiuiehhealththissghis whiah4M > saia ai this thishis ripcas ripcashis
his last night on earth It said saidNo saidNo saidNo
No blame must attach to exGovernor exGovernorTates exGovernoYates exGoernorYates
Yates nor his associates He simply gave gaveme gavme gaveme
me an opportunity opp < > rtunltywblch which his opponents opponentsand
and my enemies have prevented my myusing myu myusing
using usingTho u usingThe lng lngTho
Tho last line that time falls me should shouldI
I attempt to write personal messages messagesIndicates messagesindIcates messagesindicates
Indicates Simmons was dying as he
brought his letter to a close closePhysicians c1osePhysIcians closePhysicians
Physicians who were hastily summoned summonedare summone summoneare
are of the opinion that his death was wascaused wascaused wascaused
caused by cyanide of potassium potassiumSavings potas potassiumSavings ium iumSavings
Savings Bank Closed ClosedThe ClosedThe ClosedThe
The Peoples Savings bank of which
Simmons was president in the workmens workmensquarter wurkmensquarter WOrkmensquarter
quarter of the city did not open its doors
this morning Cashier Look said it would wouldremain wouldremain wouldremain
remain closed until some future action actionwas actionwas actionwas
was determined on There was a run runupon runupon runupon
upon the bank yesterday snd by 10 10oclock 10oclock 10oclock
oclock this t is morning a large crowd sur surround3d surround3d surrounded
round3d the building clamoring for their theirmoney theirmoney theirmoney
money The Interstate Savings bank of ofwhich ofwWch ofwhich
which he was president up to yesterday yesterdaywhen yester yesterlaywhen 1ay 1aywh
when wh n his resignation was accepted and
E C Heidrich elected in his stead was wasalso wasatso wasalso
also the object of runs yesterday and
today Early this morning the bank
building bull ding was crowded with depositors de demanding d dmanding domanding ¬
manding their money Cashier Anicker Anickersaid Anlckersaid Anickersaid
said they would be able to stand the
drain
Came from Indiana IndianaDr
Dr Simmons came to the First Baptist Baptistchurch Baptistchurch Baptistchurch
church five years ago from Terre Haute
Ind and had been remarkably remarkabl success ¬
fut He secured national publicity two twoyears twoyears twoyears
years ago by advocating a dramatization dramatizationof
of the life of Christ He became local localmanager localI1anager localmanager
manager of the senatorial campaign of
former Governor Yates a week ago go and
shortly after serious stories affecting his hismorals hismoraIs hisniorals
morals were circulated States Attorney
Scholes undertook an investigation yes ¬
terday and secured some sensational con ¬
fessions from boys bo S of his congregation
Dr Simmons was 40 years old oldBODY oldBODY oldBDY
BODY FOUND IN THICKET THICKETMystery THICKETMystery THICKETMystery
Mystery of Pittsburg Bank Cashiers CashiersDisappearance CashiersDisappearance CashiersDisappearance
Disappearance Explained ExplainedPittsburg ExplainedPittsburg ExplainedPittsburg
Pittsburg Feb 6 GThe The badly decom decomposed decomposed decomposed ¬
posed body of a man with a bullet hole holethrough holethrough holethrough
through his head which was found
yes yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
terday in a thicket on the outskirts Utsklrts of ofRoanoke otRoanoke ofRoanoke
Roanoke Va is believed to be that of ofO4T ofSturley ofSturley
O4T < A I IWashington
Sturley C Armstrong the cashier ot the
Washington National bank who myste ¬
riously disappeared from this city < Ity on
Jan 2 2Mr 2Mr 2Mr
Mr Armstrong had held responsible po pof
sitions ° f for twenty Yu nKyears years Notwithstand ¬
ing the fact that his accounts were found
to be entirely correct many of the for forji
eign depositors of the bank becoming
frightened ji 3t his Js Prolonged prolongdabsenca absence absencei
w1th withdrew rew their money but confidence
was restored restoredMrs restoredMrs
Mrs T ± ArmstroIlg strong declared it was her be ¬
i lief that her
hu9bands mind had become
deranged from overwork and anxiety anxietyPOISONED anxietyPOISONED anxietyPOISONED
POISONED HERSELF HERSELFSuicide HERSELF HERSELFSuicide HERSELFSuicide
Suicide of May Hume 19 Years Old Oldat Oldat Oldat
at San Francisco FranciscoSan
San Francisco Feb 6 GMay May Hume Humeaged Irumeaged Humeaged
aged 19 years died from the effects of ofpoison otpoison ofpoison
poison at the Millwood House early this thismorning thismorning thismorning
morning in the presence of other her mother motherMrs motherMrs motherMrs
Mrs L Hume who is a professional professionalclairvoyant professionalclairvoyant professionalclairvoyant
clairvoyant and Harry Short to whom whomshe whomshe whomshe
she was engaged engagedVhether engagedWhether j
Whether the poison was selfadminis selfadministered selfadministered selfadralnistered ¬
tered is not known and is the subject subjectof
of police investigation inv stigation Last night she shegave shegae shegave
gave a ring to Short saying she he wished wishedhim wishedhim wishedhim
him to wear it as she was going away
Until three months ago Mrs Hume Humewhose Humewhose Humewhose
whose husband Is said to be an a Oregon Oregonlumberman Oregonlumberman Oregonlumberman
lumberman conducted a clairvoyant par parlor parlor parbr ¬
lor in Seattle
NINE N1 COlORfO PERSONS CREMATED IN INMARYAD INMARYADOne ri1ARYLA D DOne
One Woman Escaped From Burning Building by Jumping from fromWindow fromWindowThree fromWindowThree
Window WindowThree Three Little Children Burned to Death DeathNear DeathNear DeathNear
Near Big Timber Montana
Baltimore Feb 6 6About About 3 oclock this thismorning thismonrlng thismorning
morning an isolated small frame house housenear housenear housenear
near the village of Curtis Bay in Anne AnneArundel AnneArundel AnneArundel
Arundel county was consumed by a fire fireIn fIrein fireIn
In which were burned to death nine col colored colored colored ¬
ored persons The only inmate who es escaped escaped escaped ¬
caped with her life was Ella Webster a awoman aoman au
u oman who whomanag managed to get to a window windowand windowand windowand
and jumped from the second story to tothe tothe tothe
the ground For a few minutes after afterstriking afterstriking afterstriking
striking the ground she sh was unconscious unconsciousand
and on recovering made her way to toneighboring toneighboring
neighboring houses and gave the alarm alarmWhen alarmVlhen alarmWhen I
When the neighbors arrived the house housevas houoowas housewas
was a pile of blazing and smoking debris debrisand debrisand debrisand
and when the bodies were recovered noth nothing nothing nothlug ¬
ing bit the charred bones of the victims victimswere victimsere
were ere left According to the statement statementLOST statementLOST statementLOST
LOST HIS 1IFE 1IFEPresident 1F AND BONDS BONDSPresident IIONDSPresident
President of Goldfield Mining MiningComoanv Mininganx MiningComoanv
Comoanv anx Causes Arrest of ofNew ofbh ofw
Woflian w bh an an anti t1f Cautfeui CautfeuiNew fe f7 f7New
New York Feb 6 GGeorge George CL C Cole Coleman Coleman Coleman
man said to tobe be the th president of a gold goldmining goldmining goldmining
mining company in Goldfield Nev to today today today ¬
day caused the arrest of his wife YIfe Mrs MrsMabel MrsMabel MrsMabel
Mabel Coleman aged 19 and Frank FrankStanley FrankStanley FrankStanley
Stanley a chauffeur and former em employe employe employe ¬
ploye on charges of grand larceny larcenyColeman larcen larcenColeman larcenyColeman
Coleman alleges that he was deserted desertedby desertedby desertedby
by his wife Jan 15 last at which time timehis timehis timehis
his chauffeur left him and he discov discovered discover discoveied ¬
ered er ed the loss of 50000 shares of a gold goldmining goldmining goldmining
mining company with a par value of SI SIeach 1 1each 1each
each Mr Coleman has been living at ata ata ata
a hotel in this city for several months monthsWhen montbsWhen monthsWhen
When he came here with his wife wifewho wifewho wifewho
who was Miss Mabel Zimmer of Phil Philadelphia Philadelphia Philadelphia ¬
adelphia whom he married Nov 26 26last 26 26last 26last
last he leased an automobile and em employed employed employed ¬
ployed Stanley as chauffeur chauffeurStanley chauffeurStanley chauffeurStanley
Stanley was arrested during the theearly theearly theearly
early part of the afternoon after a alively aJively alively
lively chase which lasted for twenty twentyblocks twentyblocks twentyblocks
blocks He said he lived at 106 West WestSixtyfirst WestSixtyfirst WestSixtyfirst
Sixtyfirst street Tonight the police policelocated policelocated policelocated
located Mrs Coleman at that address addressShe addressBhe addressShe
She denied any knowledge of the miss missing missing missing ¬
ing bonds Stanley was held in 5000 5000bail 5000ball 5000bail
bail for further examination Mrs MrsColeman 11rsColeman MrsColeman
Coleman will be arraigned tomorrow tomorrowGLEAM tomorrowCLEANMONEY
0 I ICLEAN
GLEAM CLEANMONEY MONEY BILL BILLLaW BILLLaw BILLLAW
LaW Proposed to Replace Mutilated Mutilatedor M utiJatedor
or Worn Currency CurrencyWashington CurrencyWashington CurrencyWashington
Washington Feb 6 Representa 6Representative Representative ¬
tive Fowler N J J has introduced a aclean aclean aclean
clean money bill which provides providesthat providesthat providesthat
that any person person or corporation having havingmutilated havingmutilated havingmutilated
mutilated or worn currency may send sendit sendit sendIt
it by registered mail to the treasury treasuryof
of the United States and receive In Inexchange Inexchange Inexchange
exchange new currency curr hcy 1cy without post postage postage postage ¬
age or registration fee either way The Thebill Theb1ll m mbill
bill also appropriates 100000 for the thetransportation thehanSjortation thetransportation
transportation of wornout currency currericyfrom currencyfrom curreilcyfrom
from subtreasuries and fiscal agents agentsof
of the government to the treasury of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the United States and for the return returnof
of new currency currencyINVESTIGATION currencyINVESTIGATION currencyINVESTIGATIONOF >
INVESTIGATION OF THE THEWRECK THEWRECK THEWRECK
WRECK OF THE VALENCIA VALENCIAWashington VALENCIAWashington VALENCIAWashington
Washington Feb 6 GIn In response to toa toa toa
a demand for a searching investiga investigation investigation Investigation ¬
tion into the disaster to the Valencia Valenciait
it has been decided by the president presidentthat presidentthat presidentthat
that the commission appointed to in inquire inquire inquire ¬
quire into the General Slocum catas catastrophe catastrophe catastrophe ¬
trophe shall make an iquiry Into the thewreck thewreck thewreck
wreck of the Valencia ValenciaThe ValencaThe ValenckLThe
The board will consist of Assistant AssistantSecretary AssistantSecretary AssistantSecretary
Secretary Lawrence Murray of the thedepartment thedepartment thedepartment
department of commerce and labor laborGeorge 13lborG60rge laborGeorge
George Uhler supervising inspector inspectorgeneral Inspectorgeneral Inspectorgeneral
general of the steamboat inspection inspectionservice inspectionservice Inspectionservice
service Herbert Knox Smith deputy deputycommissioner deputyccmmissIoner deputycommissioner
commissioner of the bureau of cor corporations corporations corporations ¬
porations General J M Wilson U S SA SA sA
A retired and Commander Cameron CameronMcR CameronMeR CameronMcR
McR Wilson of the navy navyPETTUS navyPETTUS navyPETTUS
PETTUS SOON RECOVERED RECOVEREDWashington RECOVEREDWasb1ngto RECOVEREDWashington
Washington Feb 6Senator Pet Pettus Pettus Pettus ¬
tus of Alabama Alabamahad had an attack of ill illness illness Illness ¬
ness in the Democratic cloak room roomearly roomearly roomearly
early today but soon recovered and andtook andteok andtook
took his seat in the senate chamber chamberSerator chamberSa chamberSerator
Serator Sa ator Gallinger who is a a physician physicianwas
was called to see him by the senators senatorswho senatorSwho senatorswho
who thought Mr Pettus was in a seri serious serious ¬
ous condition Senator Pettus Is 84 84years 8 8years syears
years old
of o the he survivor the fire was caused by byone byone byone
one of the younger children who got up
to stir the fire in the chimney place pla and andaccidentally andaccidentally andaccidentally
accidentally scattered s tter d coals on the floor floorCriminal floorCriminal IoorCriminal
Criminal Negligence NegligenceHelena NegligenceHelena NegligenceHelena
Helena Mont Feb G GThe The three young youngchildren youngchildren youngchildren
children of J B Cypher all girls aged
1 1 3 and 5 years ears were burned to death
in their home six miles south of Big Tim ¬
ber yesterday afternoon according to a aspecial aspecial aspecial
special to the Record It appears their
father fa thor and mother were both absent leav ¬
tag the little ones alone When the par parents parents parents ¬
ents returned they found the house in inrums inruins Inruins
ruins It is supposed the children were wereplaying wereplaying wereplaying
playing with matches matchesJSTO matchesBOSTON matchesBOSTON
BOSTON BANK IIAN CLOSED UP UPOfficers UPOfficers IIPOfficers
Officers Arrested and Charged ChargedJVith ChargedWith ChargedWith
JVith With Using Mails in a Con Conspiracy Conspiracy Conspiracy ¬
spiracy to Defraud DefraudBoston DefraudsBoston
Boston Feb 6 GThe The savings bank com commissioners commissioners cornmissloners ¬
missioners alleging that the continua continuation contI contlliuation ua uation ¬
tion of the t1 e institution would bo hazarV hazarVous hazarou basarbous
ous ou to the public and to those having havingfunds haYingun havingfunds
funds un s In its custody Judge Bradley of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the supreme court today issued a tempo temporary temporary temporary ¬
rary injunction against the Hanover Hanoverbank Hanoverbrmk Hanoverbank
bank a a West Virginia corporation which whichhas whichhas whichhas
has its main office at 133 Hanover street streetthis streetthis streetthis
this city All the officers and directors directorsof
of the bank are residents of New York YorkOne YorkOne YorkOne
One of the directors Robert G Rux Ruxton Ruxton Ruxton
ton was arrested yesterday in New York Yorkwith Yorkwith Yorkwith
with John S White president of the theImperial theImperial theImperial
Imperial Trustees company and Clyde ClydeHolt C1 ClydeHolt de deHolt
Holt a New York broker by United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States authorities on indictments charg charging chargIng charglug ¬
ing them with using the mails to defraud defraudFester defraudFester defraudFoster
Fester Hooper who has been known as astho astho asthe
tho vice president of the Hanover bank bankwas bankwas bankwas
was also arrested yesterday Hooper is ischarged ischared Ischarged
charged with wi th using the mails m8J 13 to further furthera
a conspiracy to defraud The records ef efthe ctthe ofthe
the state commissioner of corporations in indicate indicate indicate ¬
dicate that M S Rosewig of the firm firmof firmof firmof
of McJilton Co COo of New York Is presi president pre preIdent l ldent ¬
dent of the Hanover bank bankThe bankThe bankThe
The savings bank commissioners have haveturned haveturned haveturned
turned the entire matter over to Attorney AttorneyGeneral AttorneyGeneral AttorneyGeneral
General Dana Malone The question of ofmaking ofmaking ofmaking
making the Injunction against the bank bankpermanent bankpermanent bankpermanent
permanent and the question of appointing appointingreceivers appointingreceivers appointingreceivers
receivers will be heard tomorrow in the thesupreme thesupreme thesupreme
supreme court courtRETAIL courtRETAILLUMBERMEN
f 0 0RETAIL
RETAIL RETAILLUMBERMEN RETAILLUMBERMENConvention LUMBERMEN LUMBERMENConvention LUMBERMENConvention
Convention of the Western Associa Association Association Associatlon ¬
tion at Spokane SpokaneSpecial SpokaneSpecial SpokaneSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldSpokane HeraldSpokane HeraldSpokane
Spokane Wash Feb 6 6The The third thirdannual thirdannual thirdannual
annual convention of the Western Re Retail Retail Retail ¬
tail Lumbermens association with an anextra anextra anextra
extra large attendance convened here heretoday heretoday heretoday
today Mayor Daggett of Spokane in inan inan Inan
an appropriate speech welcomed the thedelesutes thedelegates thedelegates
delegates delegatesJ
J C Weeter of Pocatello Idaho re responded res resLcnded ¬
sponded s < nded in behalf of the association associationThe associationThe
The president being absent Vice VicePresident VicePresident VicePresident
President George E Hill Jr of Rigby RigbyIdaho RigbyIdaho BigbyIdaho
Idaho formerly of Salt Lake presid presided ¬
ed and delivered the annual address addressThe addressThe addressThe
The organization was shown to be in ina i11a ina
a flourishing condition with an in increased increased increased ¬
creased membership of 46 per cent over overlast overlast overlast
last year It now covers Washington WashingtonOiegon Washing m mI
Oiegon 01 I egon Montana Idaho and Utah UtahThe UtahThe UtahThe
The address dealt with rates forestry forestryand forestryand forestryand
and other questions and advocated advocatedthe
the next meeting for Salt Lake The Theaddress Theaddress Theaddress
address was well received The secre secretary secretary secretary ¬
tary and treasurers report was sub submitted submitted submitted ¬
mitted and received Present from fromUtah fromUtah fromUtah
Utah George E Merrill F S Mur Murphy MUrphy Murphy ¬
phy W B McCartney of Salt Lake Lakeand Lakeand Lakeand
and David Eccles Jr of Ogden Mr MrMerrill Mr1Vferrill MrMerrill
Merrill addressed the convention his hissubject hissUbject hissubject
subject being The Retail Lumber LumberDealer LumberDealer LumberDealer
Dealer and Modern Merchant The Theconvention ThecGnventkm Theconvention
convention last three days and will willclose willclose ill illclose
close with a big banquet Thursday Thursdaynight Thursdaynight Thursdaynight
night nightCONVICT nightCON
et etCONVICT
CON CONVICT VICT WON THE PRIZE PRIZENebraska PRIZENebraska PRIZENebraska
Nebraska Embezzler Guessed Attend Attendance Attendance Attendance ¬
ance at St Louis Fair FairLincoln FairLincoln FairLincoln
Lincoln Neb Feb 6 GThe The winner of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the 25000 prize for correctly naming namingthe namingthe namingthe
the attendance at the St Louis expo exposition expqsitlon expositlon ¬
sitlon in 1904 was Frank Campbell a aconvict accnvict aconvict
convict in the Nebraska state peni penitentiary penitentiary penitentiary ¬
tentiary who still has one year mgre mgreto mgreto mgreto
to serve for embezzlement The win winner winner winncr ¬
ner however will receive only 12500l 12500las 1250oas 500 500as
as fearing that he might have diffi difficulty difficulty difficulty ¬
culty in securing the money while im imprisoned imprisoned unprisoned ¬
prisoned he agreed to pay a lawyer lawyerhalf lawyerhalf lawyerhalf
half of the prize in case he was suc successful successful suecessful ¬
cessful in securing it
SPEECH SPEECHON SPEECHON
ON THE THERATE RATE Bill BillIr
Mr Stanley of Kentucky Makes a aFew aFew aPew
Few Pointed Remarks to Repub Republicans Republicans Bepublicans ¬
licans in the House HouseIDEA HouseIDEAOF HouseIDEAOF
IDEA IDEAOF OF DEMOCRATIC BIRTH BIRTHPRESIDENTS BIRTHPRESIDENTS BIRTHPRESIDENTS
PRESIDENTS WHIP FEARED BY BYHIS BYHIS BYHIS
HIS PARTY PARTYWashington PARTYWashington PARTYWashington
Washington Feb 6 GDuring During the de debate debate debate ¬
bate today Mr Stanley of Kentucky as asserted asserted asserted ¬
serted that the men who came to the thedefense thedefense thedefense
defense of the railroads in the house housewere housewere housewere
were all from fr m the east He referred he hesaid hesaid hesaid
said to the three wise men of the theeast theeaCJtMcCaU theeastMcCall
east eaCJtMcCaU McCall Sibley and Littlefleld Littlefleldand Littlefleldand Littlefieldand
and added that all other sections of the thecountry thecountry thecountry
country wanted the legislation But Butthese Butthese Butthese
these men admitted the roads did not notcome notcome notcome
come with clean hands They admit admithe admithe admithe
he continued that that the railroads have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been guilty of secret rebates of pri private priv privitto ¬
vate v te car abuses and more than one of ofthem ofthem ofthem
them has said that such offenders offendersshould offendersshould offendersshould
should be punished by imprisonment imprisonmentand
and the felons stripes The private privatecar
car evil he said had its inception inceptionabout inceptionabout inceptionabout
about thirty years ago ag when CIa a shrewd shrewdConnecticut shrewdConnecticut shrewdConnectIcut
Connecticut Yankee named Swift con conceived conceived conceived ¬
ceived the idea ideaTheir ideaTheir ideaTheir
Their Only Defense DefenseThe DefenseThe DefenseThe
The only defense the carriers made madewas madewas madewas
was he said we had to do the stealing stealingor
or the other fellow would have gotten gottenour gottenour gottenour
our trade Applause ApplauseWhy ApplauseWhy ApplauseWhy
Why he continued the gentlemen gentlemenfrom gentlemenfrom gentlemenfrom
from Maine Pennsylvania and Massa Massachusetts 1tlassachusetts Massachusetts ¬
chusetts show an anger and vicious viciousness vIciousness vIciousness
ness in their assault upon this bill that thatis thatis thatIs
is amazing amazingThey amazingThey amazingThey
They have compared the efforts of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the public servants of the American Americanpeople Americanpeople Americanpeople
people to stop this robbery with the thecrucifixion thecrucifixion thecrucifixion
crucifixion of my God They have com compared compared cornpared ¬
pared it to a secret conspiracy con conceived conceived conceived ¬
ceived between a cowardly praetor and andmurderous andmurderous andmurderous
murderous Jewish priest priestAddressing priestAddressIng priestAddressing
Addressing the Republican side Mr MrStanley MrStanley MrStanley
Stanley said saidNo saidNo saidNo
No Democratic Pilate PilateThe PilateHThe PilateThe
The figure may have some propriety proprietythere proprietythere proprietythere
there but I thank God there Is no Pon Pontius Pontius Pontins ¬
tius Pilate here on the Democratic side sidewashing sidewashing sidewashing
washing his hands of this legislation legislationCarry legislationCarry legislationCarry
Carry the simile further pass this thislaw thislaw thislaw
law and enforce it rigorously against againstthe againstthe againstthe
the railroads and private prlvatecar car compa companies companies companies ¬
nies alike and we will havfc two more morethieves morethieves morethieves
thieves on the cross crossWhy cross4Why crossWhy
Why he continued the people peoplehave peoplehave peoplehave
have been robbed millions have been beenfilched beenfilched beenfilched
filched Armour alone received 72000 72000a
a day from his private car lines Over Over25COOOOO
525000000 a year Is being taken alone alonein alonein aloneIn
in icing charges and rebates rebatesA
A Child of the People PeopleOh
Oh they say that It is Bryans baby babyI
I dont mean to reflect upon its pater paternity paternity paternity ¬
nity but it is what you would call callgentlemen callgenUemen callgentlemen
gentlemen a child c iId of the people It Itbelongs Itbelongs Itbelongs
belongs to the Democratic party and it itIs itIs ItIs
Is no baby If it had not been for the thetender thetender thetender
tender tender nurturing care of that long longhaired longhaired longhaired ¬
haired anarchIst William J J Bryan it itwould itwould Itwould
would not have been what it is today todayI
I want to say for Mr Bryan that he heIs heIs heis
Is not only the idol of Democracy and andthe andthe andthe
the defender of the poorbut the utter utterance utterance utteranco ¬
ance of his name to any unpeniten unpenitentiaried unpenitentlaried unpenitentiaried
tiaried thief of Wall street without re regard regard regard ¬
gard to his profession or his party partymakes partymakes partymakes
makes him shudder He is the winged wingedNemesis wingedNemesis wingedNemesis
Nemesis of graft and plunder every everywhere everywhere everywhere ¬
where You may well fear him These Theseprivate Theseprivate Theseprivate
private car contractors In 1900 gave Ye
400000 in their checks to keep him in inprivate inprivate inprivate
private life Ar And d they may well dread dreadto dreadto dreadto
to see the prospect of a Daniel come to tojudgment tojudgment tojudgment
judgment
Forced by Roosevelt RooseveltThere RooseveltThere RooseveltThere
There is only one reason on earth earthwhy earthwhy earthwhy
why you swallow this measure he hecontinued hecontinued hecontinued
continued addressing the Republican Republicanside
side and that is because your presi president president president ¬
dent wants it I have never gone into intohysterics intohysterics Intohysterics
hysterics over President Roosevelt and andI
I never will but I believe however he heis heis heIs
is fairly honest and a fine Judge of ofhuman ofhuman ofhuman
human nature and that is the reason reasonhe reasonhe reasonhe
he is favoring this bill and you are areafraid areafraid areafraid
afraid when he shows his teeth and you yousquirm yousquirm yousquirm
squirm and cower when he cracks his hiswhip hiswhip hiswhip
whip whipWitnesses whipJEROME
C p pJEROr
JEROr JEROME E READY EAOYFOR FOR ACTION ACTIONWitnesses ACTiONWitnesses
Witnesses in Life insurance insuranceCases InsuranceCases InsuranceCases
Cases Summoned SurnrnonedBefore SurnrnonedBeforeGrand Before BeforeGrand BeforeGrand
Grand Jury JuryNew JuryNew JuryNew
New York Feb 6 Witnesses In one oneof Ol1eof oneof
of the life insurance cases Which hich have havebeen havbeen havebeen
been under examination by the district districtattorneys districtattorneys districtattorneys
attorneys office were notified today to tobe tobe tobe
be in readiness to appear appe r before the thegrand thegrand thegrand
grand Jury Thursday This will be bethe bethe bethe
the first step active step taken by Dis District District District ¬
trict Attorney Jerome in the criminal criminalprosecution criminalprosecution criminalprosecution
prosecution of life insurance offenders offendersIt
It indicates abandonment on the part partof partof partof
of Mr Jerome of his original plan to tohave tohave tohave
have an extraordinary grand Jury im impaneled impaneled impaneled ¬
paneled for the special consideration considerationof
of life insurance cases Whether an anextraordinary anextraordinary anextraordinary
extraordinary grand Jury will be im impaneled impaneled impaneled ¬
paneled later depends upon the num number number numher ¬
ber and character of the cases which whichthe whichthe whichthe
the district attorney shall decide on onas onas onas
as deserving of criminal Indictment IndictmentMr
Mr Jerome it is stated has practically practicallydecided practicallydecided practicallydecided
decided upon a large number of prose prosecutions prosecutions prosecutions ¬
cutions and is only awaiting the pub publication publication publication ¬
lication of the report ofthe of the legislative legislativeinvestigating legl legislativeinvestigating lative lativeinvestigating
investigating committee for the addi additional additional additlonal ¬
tional light it will throw upon some of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the matters involved involvedBAGGAGEMANKILLED involvedAGGAGEMAN
4 4BAGGAGEMAN
BAGGAGEMANKILLED BAGGAGEMANKILLEDLeavenworth AGGAGEMAN lKILL KILLED KILLEDLeavenworth D DLeavenworth
Leavenworth Kan ICanFeb Feb Feb67Passen Feb67Passenger G 6Passen 6Passenger Passen Passenger
ger train tr ln No 105 northbound d uppn uppnthe UPOilthe upothe
the Missouri Pacific collided4headon collided4headonearly collided collidedheadonearly headon headonearly
early today with with southbound southboynd freight freightNo fteightNo freightNo
No > 164 at Strausyille Strus ille Neb M iLAnderson L LAnderson A AAnderson
Anderson baggageman of Omaha Omahawas Omahawas Omahawas
was killed andseveraU andseveralpersons persons i were wereinjured wereinjured wereinjured
injured but none fatally The wreck wreckis
is said to have resulted from a misun misunderstanding misunderstanding ¬
derstanding of orders
STill COME THE THEREPliES THEREPLIESON
REPliES REPLIESON ON COLD COLDMany
Many More Answers AnswersAre Are Received tc tcthe itthe t tthe
the Puzzling Question Which WhichIs
Is Submitted SubmittedWIDE SubmittedWIDE t tWIDE
WIDE VARIANCE IS SHOWM SHOWMCONTEST SHOWMCONTEST SHOWNCONTEST
CONTEST REMAINS OPEN OPENTOALL2 OPENTOALL2WHO TO ALU ALUWHO ALUWHO
WHO WISH CHANCE CHANCEHow CHANCEHow CHANCEHow
How cold must it be to be twice twl as ascold ascold ascold
cold as 2 degrees Fahrenheit above abovezero above abovezero aboVezero
zero zeroTha zeroThe zeroThe
The time for closing closi The Heralds Heraldsweather Heraldsweather Heraldsweather
weather contest is drawing near Get Gtfcin Getin Octin
in your solution at once Try for that thatAnother
25 5
5Another Another deluge of answers was re received r8celved received ¬
ceived yesterdayby yesterday by the weather we ther editor editorThese editorThese editorThese
These have been marked and filed They Theywill Theywill Theywill
will be turned over to the three local localscientists localscientists localscientists
scientists who will act as judges judgesThe judsesThe judgesThe
The judges alone will decide which whichanswer Whichanswer whichanswer
answer is correct The Herald expresses expressesno
no opinion on the theanswers answers received receivedFew receivedFew receivsdPew
Few answers are alike There are areplenty areplenty areplenty
plenty of figures left between the two twoextreme twoextreme twoextreme
extreme figures submitted 1 degree degreeabove degreeabove degreeabove
above and 200 below belowIs
Is your estimate different Send it in inDoes inDoes inDoes
Does It correspond with one already sub submltted ub ubmUted ubmitted
mUted Send it in with your re reftsons reftsonsfor ressonsfor aons aonsfor
for arriving at your conclusion conclusionWrite conclusionWrite conclusionWrite
Write plainly and briefly on one side sideof sideof sideof
of the paper p per and address ygurcommuni ygurcommunication Y2ur communi communication ¬
cation to the weather editor Dont ask askthe askthe askthe
the weather bureau men They will not nottell notteU nottell
tell you
Another Bunch of Replies RepliesFollowing RepliesF RepliesFollowing
Following F IJovjng is another Installment of ret retplies re repUes replies
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127 127The The Weather Editor of Herald HeraldMy HeraldMyanswor HeraldMy
My Myanswor answer to your question Que tion in todays todaysHerald todlLYsHerald todysHerald
Herald is as follows Twice as cold c kl as 3 3degrees 2degrees 3 3d
degrees d grees atove zero would be 2 degrees decreesbelow degreesbelow degreesbelow
below zero H A TUCKBTT TUCKBTTRear TUCKET1Rfmr ThCKETRear
Rear S50 East First South Street StreetISEditor Street128Editor Street123Editor
ISEditor Herald HeraldI
I hereby submit an answer to your ques question qufJItion question ¬
tion of Feb 4 How cold would it be bewere bewere bewere
were it twice as cold as 2 degrees above abovezero abovezero abovezero
zero My answer Is that It would be be22S6
2286 degrees below zero derived as S fol follows follows foilows ¬
lows Temperature is a measure of heat heatnot heatnot heatnot
not of o cold Cold is a condition that re results results resuits ¬
sults from the absence of heat and can cannot cannot cannot ¬
not bo measured Therefore without withoutchanging withoutchanging withoutchanging
changing the th meaning of the above ques question questIon question ¬
tion it could be stated thus What tem temperature temperature ternperature ¬
perature is onehalf as hot as 2 degrees degreesabove degreesabove degreesabove
above zero Fahrenheit will ill be used as asthe asthe asthe
the accepted scale Thus as 32 degrees F
4918 491 degrees absolute from gas laws l ws
2 degrees F F4916 4316 degrees dogrees0 cgree OO 0 degrees degrees46L6
4616 degrees egrees absolute and a temperature temperatureonehalf temperatureonehalf tempetatureonehalf
onehalf as great as 2 degrees degr es F FGLG2 16L6 2
2306 degrees absolute and 2306 2 23G U degrees degreesabsolute degreesabsolute49L6 degreesabsolute49L6
absolute absolute49L6 49L6 degrees degrees32 32 degrees erees306 egrees23O6225t1 2306 2306228G
228G degrees F The answer is s 2286 IG de degrees degrees degrees ¬
grees below zero on the Fahrenheit scale scaleYours s scaleYours le leYours
Yours truly trulyW
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Chief CJ et Eogineera Office O S L R R RNews RNews ItNews
News Building Salt Lake City City129ETb City129Th
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One degree d ree above Is half as warm as as 2 2above 2above 2above
above Therefore 1 degree degreoabove < above is twic3 twic3as
as cold as 2 degrees degr es above aboveMGINNIS
MGINNIS MGINNISl MGrNNI13Editor
13 l 13Editor Editor Herald HeraldI
I submit the following in answer to the thetemperature thetemperature thetemperature
temperature problem Cold is a relative relativeterm relativeterm rIat1veterm
term and heat in terms of which we wemust we wemust wemust
must render It is reckoned from absolute absolutoG
0 or 4606 below the zero in common use use4606x2 use4006x2626 use4606x24626
4606x2 4006x2626 4626 degrees F temperature temperaturegiven temperaturegiven temperaturegiven
given 4636x2 46a6x2O52 8252 degrees dexr s F absolute absolutescale aolutescale asutescale
scale 9252 9 36264M6 1626 4646 degrees ordinary ordinaryscale ordinaryscale ordinaryscale
scale This of course is a 4S46 degrees F FRespectfully FRespectfully FRespectfully
Respectfully submitted submittedFRED submittedFRED d dFRED
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79 South Twelfth East East131Editor East131Editor
131 131Editor Editor Herald Heraldnl
nI answer to your question How cold coldmust coJdmust coldmust
must it be to be twice as cold as 2 de degrees degrees degreen ¬
grees above zero I desire to submit submitthe submitthe submitthe
the following answer 73 degrees below belowzero bclopzero belowzero
zero I take 77 degrees above zero as the thenormal thenormal thenormal
normal temperature because according accordingto
to the United States pharmacopoeia of
1900 this is the standard temperature for forthe forthe forthe
the solubility of substances in liquids for fortaking fortaking fortaking
taking specific gravity and for forvolumetnic forvolumetnicoperations volumetric volumetricoperations volumetricoperations
operations Respectfully RespectfullyPA17L RespectfullyPALL RespectfullyPAUL
PALL J SCHREINER SCHREINBRPriv
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132 13lVeather Weather Editor Salt Lake Herald HeraldIn
In answer to the puzzle In Sundays SundaysHerald SundayaHerald SundaysHerald
Herald How cold must it be to be twice twicas t twiceas iC43 iC43as
as cold as 2 degrees above zero Answer AnswerSixty AnswerSixty AnswerSixty
Sixty 90 degrees dcgr s below zero zeroMRS zerolrRS zeroMRS
MRS A CUPIT HURL3UT HURL3UTPark HURLBUTPark HIJRLBUTPark
Park City Utah Utah133Weather Utah133Weather
133 133Weather Weather Editor Herald HeraldBy HeraldB HeraldBy
By B p twice as cold I assume is meant meantas m mas uin uinas
as would be commonly understood un erstood with without Without without
out any scientific play on words sam samai samaiwe mas maswe as aswe
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