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Established June 6 1870 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY FEBRUARY 10 101906 1906 1C 1 CPAGES C PAGES Price Pn eF Piye Five yeCents Cents
EVIDENCE ALLIN ALLINAGAINST ALL IN INAGAINST
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AGAINST uAIHol SMOOT SMOOTWith QMfiflT olfluUI olfluUIWith
With the Testimony of Smurthwaite Smurthwaitethe
the Protestants End the Call Calling CanI4 Caliing ¬
ing I4 of Witnesses WitnessesDEFENSE WitnessesTEFENSE itnessesDEFENSE
DEFENSE IS NOT READY READYWILL READYWILL READYWILL
WILL SUMMOt GREAT GREATCLOUD CLOUD OF OFWITNESSES OFWITN OFW1TN
WITNESSES WITNESSESSpecial WITN ESSES ESSESI ESSESSvecla1 ESSESSpeIaT
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Special 6 o The HeraldWashington Herald HeraldWashington HeraidWashington
Washington Feb 9 9There There is to r be hefurther befurther beurtber
further wait in the th Smoot sa F The Thehearings Th Thhearings Thehearings
hearings to receive testimony t oW for the theProtestants th thprotestants therotestants
Protestants closed at noon today and a arecess arecess areeess
recess taken to give Senator Smoot an anopportunity anopportunity anopportunity
opportunity to faring bringwitnesseS witnesses to rebut rebutthe rebutthe Pebutthe
the testimony which has been taken takenSmoot takenSmoot takenSmoot
Smoot says he will cvii not unnecessarily unnecessarilydelay unnecessarilydelay unnecessarilydelay
delay the case as he is anxious to have haveIt haveit haveft
It closed as soon as possible Chair Chairman Chairman Chairman ¬
man Burrows also expresses the desire desirethat desirthat desirethat
that the case shall be finished and it itIs itIs ItIs
Is evident that the entire committee committeeshares committeesh3es committeeBhaes
shares this thiswjsh wish for it has dragged on onto onto onto
to such length that it is now nearly im impossible impossible Impossible ¬
possible to get a quorum of the com committee committee cornhilttee ¬
mittee together to hear testimony testimonyFriction testimonyFriction testimonyFrictIon
Friction In Committee CommitteeThere CommitteeThere CommitteeThere
There is considerable friction in com committee comnlttee cornnIttee ¬
mittee over the recent hearing h aring some someof someot someof
of the members having the Idea that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the testimony which has been produced producedwas
was not sufficiently Important to war warrant warrant warrant ¬
rant the delay and expense which has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been Incurred in producing It They Theyare Theyare Theyare
are of the opinion and d have expressed expressedthis
this to Chairman Burrows that several severalwitnesses seyeralwitnesses severalwithesses
witnesses have not testified to things thingswhich thingswhich thingswhich
which the committee was led to expect expectthey expectthey expectthey
they would from the nature of their theiroffers theiroffers theiroffers
offers of testimony before the case was wasreopened was1eopened wasreopened
reopened It has been be n intimated in ex executive excutive cxecutive ¬
ecutive < session of the committee that thatsome thatsome thatsome
some witnesses evidently sought serv service service service ¬
ice for the trip to Washington There Therehas Therehas Therehas
has been several sev6r1sharp sharp tilts in executive executivesession executivesession executivesession
session details of which have been beenkept beenkept beenkept
kept fromthe from the public publicBoth publicBoth publicBoth
Both Sides i s Satisfied SatisfiedAt
At the close < Sf f f1he h ie present bearing bearingboth bearill bearillboth bearingboth
both sides of tlte t1 oontroversy express expresssatisfaction expresssatlsactlolloer expresssatisfaction
satisfaction satlsactlolloer over its outcome The Theprosecution TheProsecution Theprosecution
prosecution believes it has established establishedbeyond establishedbeyond establishedieyond
beyond doubt through the testimony of of3ir ofMr ofMr
Mr Smurthwaite that the Mormon Mormonchurch Mormonchurch Mormonchurch
church directly direct interferes with business businessmatters businessmatteIS businessrnaters
matters in Utah and crushes out uch uchopp uchoppasitlon
opposition opp siUon a as it desires Also A1sothat A1sothatthrough that thatthrough thatthrough
through the testimony of Mr Owen it itUias itU1S ithas
Uias has U1S been proven that the Mormon 1r1ormonhurch Mormonhurch
Vhurch hurch dominates politics of Utah and andjfnat andHat andan
jfnat Hat an overwhelming majority of of officeholders officeholders ofIceholders ¬
ficeholders state national county and andmunicipal andnmticipal andI
I municipal in Utah at all times have havebeen haYebeEll havebeen
been Mormons and that the larger largernumber largernumber largernumber
number of o these have been polyga polygamlsts polygamists polygamists
mists The other side express the opin opinion opinIon opinion ¬
ion that the 6 crossexamination of wit witnesses witnesses witnesses ¬
nesses completely flattened out their theirdirect theirdirect theirdirect
direct testimony testimonyJosephites testimonyJosephites testimonyJosephites
Josephites Are Mad MadThe MadT MadTie
The T e only persons apparently dissat dissatisfied dissattsfipd dissat1sthd ¬
isfied with the recent rece t hearings are the theJosephites tbeJosephites theJosephites
Josephites who came here to testify testifybut testifybut testifybut
but were not put on the stand These Theseare Theseare Theseare
are Joseph Smith jr president A H HSmith HSmUh HSmith
Smith chief patriarch and Herman HermanSmtth A ASmith ASmith
Smith and F M r Sheedy apostles of the theReorganized theReorganized theReorganized
Reorganized church At the last mo moment moment memeut ¬
ment Mr Carlisle decided that he did didnot didnot didnot
not care for a doctrinal discussion and anddeclined anddeclined anddeclined
declined to put the Josephites on the thestand thestand thestand
stand They resented this with much muchwarmth muchwarmth muchwarmth
warmth and told Chairman Burrows Burrowsthey Burrowsthey Burrovsthey
they did not like the manner manner In which whichthey wbichthey whichthey
they had been exploited and advertised advertisedall
all over the country and brought here herewithout herewithout herewithout
without giving them a chance to testi testify testify testif3r ¬
fy Burrows turned them over to Sen Senator Senator Senator ¬
ator I olllvar > In whose district Presi President President President ¬
dent Smith lives and he is making makingovertures makingovertures makingovertures
overtures to mollify their wrath wrathSenator wrathSenator wrathSenator
Senator Smoot has not decided upon uponthe uponthe uponthe
the number of witnesses he will call calland caBand calland
and is not prepared at present to make makethe makethe makethe
the names of any of them public publicEVIDENCE publicEVIDENCE pub1ieEVIDENCE
EVIDENCE ALL IN INMr INMr INMr
Mr Carlisle Announces Close of Pro Protestants Protestants Protestants ¬
testants Case CaseWashington CaseWash1ngton CaseWasblngthn
Washington Feb 9 9C C A Smurth Smurthxvalte Smurlhwalte Smuribwaite
waite of Ogden Utah was called for forcrossexamination forcrcIssexamination forcrossexamination
crossexamination by A S Worthington Worthingtoncounsel Worthingtoncounsel Worthingtoncounsel
counsel for Senator Reed Smoot In tho thoproceedings thoprcceedings theprcceedlngs
proceedings today before the committee committeeon
on privileges and elections The witness witnesssaid witnesssaid witnesssaid
said the usual course to settle difficulties difficultiesbetween difficultiesbetween difficultiesbetween
between members of the church Is to lay laycomplaints laycomplaints laycomplaints
complaints with the teachers of the ward wardIn wardIn wardIn
In which the aggrieved reside and the thoblehop thebfEhop thebIshop
bIshop after hearing1 hoarinSthe the complaint ordi ordinarily ordllarily ordiarfly ¬
narily Instructs the teachers to do every everything everytNng everytNng ¬
tNng In their power to adjust the differ differences d1Uerences differnces ¬
ences Tar ir Worthington asked Mr MrSmurthwaite MrSmurthwalte MrSmurthwalte
Smurthwalte if he had any reason to be beJteve beflve befeve
Jteve flve his trouble with President Smith Smithover SmithIer SmithC
over C er their rival salt interests could not nothsve nothve nothve
hve been adjusted In the same way The Thewitness Tbewitness Thewitness
witness replied repliedYes rcpUedYes repliedYes
Yes my knowledge of the leaders of ofthe otthe ofthe
the church convinced me that was Im Impossible impossible ImposSIble ¬
possible
Effect Eff ct on Business BusinessSenator BusinessSenator BusinessSenator
Senator Knox then inquired of the wit witness witness witness ¬
ness If the Mormon first presidency had hadfollowed hadtcl10wcd hadfollowed
followed up Its threat to ruin him be because because because ¬
cause he h4 Insisted upon continuing in tho thosalt thosaIt thesalt
salt business He said his company went wenton wenton wenton
on and made salt but its competitors competitorsreduced competitors1educed competitorsreduced
reduced the 1h price of crude salt from fromto 8to 8 8to
to 52 2 a ton The witness said his com companv COnlanv cornanv
panv anv had been compelled to pile up Its Itsproduction Itspro itsprociuctIoI2
production pro uctlon The effect he said was to toinjure tolIt toinjure
injure lIt jure his credit and depreciate depr ctate the value valueor valueof
or o of the stock sto k of the company com pan After ex explaining etpla1n1ng oxplalning ¬
plaining the tithing system of the Mor Mormon Mormon Mormon ¬
mon church Mr Sraurthvtaite Smirthw aite was asked askedif
if the tithes were invested in corpora corporaI corporaUons
t1 Uons ons
1 am fearful that It Is J he replied repliedHe repUedHe repliedHe
He estimated that tithing brought the thechurch thechurch thechurch
church a revenue of from 1500000 to 2OOOOO 2
000000 00 > 000 a year but no accounting had badbeen iuvibeen hadbeen
been made so far as he knew knewThe knewThe knewThe
The protestants counsel then announced announcedtheir announcedtheir announcedtheir
their case was closed closedPETITION closedJ closedPETITION closedPETITIONISCENIED
J
PETITION PETITIONISCENIED PETITIONISCENIEDBY IS s DENIED DENIEDBY DENIEDBY
BY SUPREME COURT COURTKew
New ow York Fob 9 9A A petition asking askingthat askingthat askingthat
that the names and addresses of 750000 750000aurance rOJOOOOpolicy 750000nolicY
policy holders of the New York Life In In9urance InL
L aurance company made known to Clar Clarcrce Clarcrce CIarr
r crce H Venner and others was today de derled derJed dei4ed
rled by the appellate division of the su suoreme supreflie
oreme > court The court in this decision decisionreverses decIsionreer5CS decisionreVeI5es
reverses 1 a recent orderof the lower lo ercourt ercourtgrantiI1g court courteranting courtgranting
granting a peremptory writ of mandamus mandamusccrapeWng mandamusccmpeUtng mandamuscmpeIlflS
ccrapeWng the company to allow an In Ingpoctlon In6Poctlon InpectIo71
gpoctlon of Its books for this purpose purposej
j
VENEZUElA IS ISGETTING ISGETTING
GETTING READY READYTroops
Troops Being Enlisted Throughout Throughoutthe
the Republic Repub1 c to Engage in inWar inWar ii iiWar
War With France EranceCASTRO FranceCASTRO PranceCASTRO
CASTRO IS NOW UNPOPULAR UNPOPULARFRENCH UNPOPULARFRENCH UNPOPULARFRENCH
FRENCH BLOCKADEMAY BLOCKADE MAY CAUSE CAUSEREVOLT CAUSEREVOLT CAUSEREVOLT
REVOLT REVOLTWlllemstad REVOLTV
Wlllemstad Will V l1 Insta Island orCuracao of Curacao Friday FridayFeb FrldayFeb FridayFeb
Feb 2 2A A traveler travel who arrived here to today today today ¬
day from Venezuela Ven zuela said saidPresident saJdPresIdent saidPresident
President Castro is busily engaged in inenlisting inenlisting hienlisting
enlisting throughout the republic and in inother inother inother
other ways preparing for war Generals Generalsin
in each state have been commissionuil commissionuiland commissi nc ncand
and orders have been given to call the re recruits recruits recruits ¬
cruits to the colors colorsInformation colorsInformation colorsInfOrmation
Information from the best sources in indicates ind in indicates
dicates d cates that the people do not support supportPresident 5upportPr supportPresident
President Pr sident Castro On all sides are heard heardexpressions heard6xpresslons heardexpressions
expressions of a desire to revolt and nd over overthrow overthrow overthrow ¬
throw the presidents government as soon soonas soonas soonas
as the French blockade is declared declaredTroops declaredTroops declaredTroops
Troops Will Desert DesertA Deserts DesertsA
A well informed Venezuelan told me methat methat
that the troops will desert their colors colorsas
as they have all been compelled to join jointhe jointh jointhe
the th army voluntary enlistments being beingunknown beingunknown beingunknown
unknown in Venezuela Puerto Cabello Cabelloand Cabelloand Cabefloand
and Laguaira are the only ports capable capableof
of o making a slight defense ThO former
has two modem sixinch guns and the th
latter has four modern sixinch guns gunswith gunswith gunswith
with the usual display of old Spanish Spanishpieces Spanishpieces Spanishpieces
pieces which Wpuld be blown to pieces ieces at atthe atthe atthe
the first shots shotsIt shotsIt shotsIt
It is doubted whether President Pre id nt Cas Cas1to ¬
tro can raise more than 16000 men men who whowill whowill whowill
will take the field with any Show ow of ofspirit ofspirit ofspirit
spirit The men are armed witH wit1 Mauser Mauserrifles Mauserrlfle Hauserrifles
rifles but they never ne r practice Shooting
They have twenty million rounds of bail bailcartridges ballcartridges bailcartridges
cartridges and a few mountain guns The TheVenezuelan Tl10Venezuelan ThuVenezuelan
Venezuelan navy consists of five small smallcraft smallcrat smallcraft
craft concentrated at Laguaira LaguairaCastro LaguairaI LaguairaCastro LaguairaCastro
Castro Revengeful
I
Well posted persons express fear that
the French citizens in Venezuela will be b
in great danger if war breaks out o t Pres ¬
ident Castro is of a revengeful nature and
the inhabitants of the country are re at his hismercy hismercY hismercy
mercy mercyIt mercYIt mercyIt
It Is repbrted at Caracas that the
American minister D nister Mr Russell is per persona P Psona ps pssona ¬
sona non grata owing to the apparent apparentsiding anparentsidmg apparentsiding
siding of the United States with France Franceand Franceand Franceand
and that he may ma be given his passports passportsMatters passport3MatteI8 passportsMatters
Matters are nearing a climax President PresidentCastro PresidentCStro PresidentCcstro
Castro will compel obedience to his will willFive willFive willFive
Five days ago the newspaper El Grito GritoDel GrltoDel GritoDel
Del Pueblo suggested that the people peopleshould peopleshould peopleshouid
should not resist the French The editor editorwas editorwas editorwas
j was immediately Imprisoned d without a ashow ashQW asbcw
show of trial and n4 the t1 tb paper was wtui5UP w s sup surnpressed
pressed pressedThe pressedThe pressedThe
The German charge daffaires Indig Indignantly indi indinantly indignantly ¬
nantly contradicts reports said to be cir circulated circulated circulated ¬
culated by President Castro C stro and others othersVenezuelas 6theSof Otjieraof
of his party that GermahY GennaI Is thlpportlng rtll1g
Venezuelas policy against ag inst France FranceGeneral FranceGeneral FranceGeneral
General Alcantrara a Venezuelan ed educated educated educated ¬
ucated at West T5j Point has been appoint appointed ¬
ed to the military command of Ijaguaira IjaguairaHe
He has received orders to fire on any
French warships the moment they arc arcsighted arcsighted arcsighted
sighted
Will Be Turned Over OverWashington OverWashington OverWashington
Washington Feb 9 9lI M Jusserand the theFrench theFrench
French ambassador has decided to torecommend torecommend torecommend I
recommend to his government that the theVenezuelan theVenezuelan I
Venezuelan consular papers and other othereffects othereffects othereffects
effects of France F ance be turned over to the thecare thecare thecare
care of the American ambassador this thisbeing thisbeing thisbeing
being in line with the request of the theVenezuelan theVenezuelan theVenezuelan
Venezuelan government made to the theWashington theWashington theWashington
Washington government several seer l days daysago daysago daysago
ago and transmitted t by > y Secretary Root Rootto Rootto Rootto
to the French ambassador ambassadorThe ambassadoThe
The gunboat service between Trinidad Trinidadand Trinidadand Trinidadand
and the Venezuelan coast has been re resumed resumed resinned ¬
sumed
France Still Waiting WaitingParis WaitingParis WaitingParis
Paris Feb 9 9The The solution of the theVenezuelan theVenezuelan theVenezuelan
Venezuelan difficulty difficult according to au authoritative authoritative authoritative ¬
thoritative Information will go over un until until untu ¬
til the conclusion of the Moroccan con conference conference conference ¬
ference No further developments developm hts are areexpected areexpected areexpected
expected until M Taigneys arrival In InParis inParIs inParis
Paris ParisJudiciary ParisTHE
101 101THE p
THE COf CONTROL TROl OF INSURANCE INSURANCEJudiciary INSURANCEJudiciary
Judiciary Committee of the theHouse theHouse theHouse
House Has Begun Investi Investigation Investigation Investigation ¬
gation of ofthe the Matter MatterWashington MatterWashington MattersWashington
Washington Feb 0 eActing Acting under in instructions inrtructlon3 instructions ¬
structions of the house the judiciary judiciarycommittee jUdicIarycommittee judiciarycommittee
committee today began an Investigation InvestigationIn
In order that it may report whether wh the1 or ornot ornot ornot
not congress has tnd th power to provide
federal control of insurance That this thisauthority thisacthority thisauthority
authority doe exist was maintained by
R W Breckenridge of Omaha Neb Nebchairman Nebchnlrman Nobchairman
chairman of the insurance committee of ofthu oftht oftin
tin American Bar association The op opposite oppoEite opposite ¬
posite view of the question was presented presentedto
to the committee by George Whitlock of ofBaltimore ofBaltImore ofBaltimore
Baltimore The Bar association by a avote avote avote
vote of 113 to 29 sent to its insurance insurancecommittee insuranceocmmittee Insuranceocmmittee
ocmmittee for consideration a resolution resolutiondeclaring r resolutiondeclaring solutiondeclaring
declaring federal control of insurance Il ¬
legal and unconstitutional under the do dosions dcoJs1ons docgslons
oJs1ons sions of the supreme court of the th United
States StatesMr StatRsMr StatesMr
Mr Whitlock was the author of that thatresolution thatresolution thatresolution
resolution and presented that view today
Mr Breckenridge presented statistics to toshow toshow toshow
show that the Insurance business was Twasnational wasnational wasnational
national and not local in character Of Of1venty
tventy of the largest insurance compa companies companies companies ¬
nies he said but fifteen per cent of their theirbusiness theirbusiness theirbusiness
business was done In the states wherein
they were chartered charteredMr d dMr
Mr Whitlock contended that the th Amer ¬
ican Bar association had not committed
itself upon the th question and that if tile thesupreme tilesupreme tilesupreme
supreme court had ever established any
doctrine it was that insurance was not notcommerce notcomm notcommerce
commerce comm rce Three chief justices justic s and
twenty assistant justices had all au auon ll gone goneon gonaon
on record to that effect effectSENATOR effectI effectSENATOR effectSENATOR
I
SENATOR CLARKS ART ARTTREASURES ARTTREASURES ARTTREASURES I 1
TREASURES EXHIBITED EXHIBITEDSpecial EXHIBITEDSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldWashington HeraldWashington
+ Washington Feb 9 9Senator 9SenatorW Senator +
+ W A Clark was host this even even evenIng ven vening +
+ ing at the Corcoran art gallery g gAllerywhere llery llerywhere 4 +
+ where a large number of his hI col collecUons collections + i
+ lections of paintings intended to tobe tobe +
+ be placed in his New York City Cityresidence Cityresidence +
+ residence were on private view viewfor viewfor +
+ for his gUests Senator Clarks ClarkscollecUon CIkscollection +
+ collection will be opened to the thepubUc thepublic +
+ public for several days beford tak takIng talcIng +
4 Ing the pictures back bac to New York YorkCity +
4 City Thosewho Those who attended the t1i ex exhibitlon cxhibition +
+ hibition this evening Included a aJr alarge + 4if
if large number of members of the thesenfLte thesenite +
+ senate and their families and andmany andmany +
+ many art Iovers from among a nong +
4 + the resident portion of Washing +
4 ton society societyt 4 +
+ t + t t 4 t + t j + u t tt + 4 + + t + t + t + + + f44 t + + + t + + i t f + t + +
The Soy 1
EXPLOSION Of OfGIANT OFGIANTPODE
GIANT GIANTPODE GIANTPODECalieite POWDER POWDERaliente
Galieate Shaken S1a en Tip u When en 3950 3950Pounds 3J950Pounds 3950Pounds
Pounds of the Deadly Dea y Stuff StuffaTouched StuffVi StiiffWaTouohec1
aTouched Vi i Tuched Off OffSpecial OffSpecial OffSpecIal
Special to The Herald HeraldCaliente HeraldCaliente HeraldCaliente
Caliente Nev Feb 9 9Ab 9About About ut 3 oclock oclockthis oclocIthis oclockthis
this morning this town was startled by bya bya bya
a terrific tcrri c cxp CXIHsion slon rattluij rattll the vindows Nlndowsand vindowsand vlndowsand
and swaying the buildings Some of the thepeople thepeople thepeople
people ran from their houses for safety safetyand safetyand safetyand
and others who bad became used to the theregular theregu1aI theregular
regular reports of blasting about town townbelieved townbelieved townbelieved
believed that it was but an extraordinary extraordinarycharge extraordinarycharge extraordinarycharge
charge and passed it up at that There Thereare Therearc Therearc
arc two tunnels at the Sibert mine used usedas usedas usedas
as powder magazines one of which was wasused wasufjed wasused
used by the Caliente Mercantile company companycontaining companycontaining companycontaining
containing 3400 pounds of giant powder powderand powderand powderand
and the other by the Sibert Mining com company cornpuny
puny which contained 500 pounds The Thetwo Thetwo Thetwo
two tunnels are some considerable dis distance distance distattoo ¬
tance apart but the powder in both bothplaces bothplaces bothplaces
places was exploded simultaneouslyThis simultaneouslyThispcwder simultaneously This Thispc Thispcwder
pcwder pc wder It is supposed was fired by de designing designing designing ¬
signing individuals who had a fancied fanciedgrievance fanciedgrievance I Igrinance
grievance and who took this way to vent venttheir venttheir venttheir
their spite
No One Injured InjuredThe
The men working in the tunnel were werenot werenot werenot
not injured but they were badly scared scaredJust scaredJust scaredJust
Just south of the tunnel where the Mer Mercantile 1IercantlIe Mercanthle ¬
cantile company powder was stored was wasa
a small house formerly used by the men menbefore menbefore menbefore
before the property came into the pos possession possession possession ¬
session of the Sibert company O C CPlugstad CFlugstad CFlugstad
Flugstad was asleep In this cabin and the theforce theforce theforce
force of the explosion tore the frame framestructure framestructure framestructure
structure from about him and blew It Itfar itfar Itfar
far out on the flat only singing Flug Flugstads Flugsreds Flugstads
stads hair otherwise leaving him com comfortably cornfortably
fortably in his bed Had his bed been beenbut beenbut beenbut
but a fraction of a foot higher to have havecaught havecaught havecaught
caught the force of the explosion he too toowould toowould toowould
would have gone out on the flat along alongwith alongvilli alongaith
with the top of the building buildingSupplies buildingSupplies buildingSupplies
Supplies Destroyed DestroyedEverything DestroyedEve DestroyedEverything
Everything Eve thing about the premises other oUlerthDll otherthan
than where the men wereworking were working In the thetunnel thetunnel thetunnel
tunnel was blown away or destroyed destroyedThis destroyedThis destroyedThis
This includes all of the new supplies re recently recently recently ¬
cently shipped from Salt Lake and Los LosAngeles LosAngeles LosAngeles
Angeles for Sibert property From all allsome aUindications allIndications
indications the pOwder was exploded bY bYsome b bsome
some one on who had it In for the Sibert Sibertcompany Sibertcompany Sibertcompany
company Fifty feet of fuse a candle candlestick candlestick candlestick ¬
stick and a candle that were left in the thetunnel thetunnel thetunnel
tunnel In which the men were working workingwere workIngwere workingwere
were removed by some one and it is be believed believed beIleved ¬
lieved that they were used In the dastard dastardly ¬
ly deed Sheriff Johnson Is on the theground theground theground
ground and he Ip 1 giving the matter his hispersonal hispersonal hispersonal
personal attention attentionWill attentionWill attentionWill
Will Have to Explain ExplainThere ExplainThere ExplainThere
There is a suspicion as to who did the thejob th thjob thjob
job and it Is probable that an arrest arrest will willbo willbe wflibe
be made m de of the suspicious character un unless unless anless ¬
less his mysterious actions during the thelast thelast thelast
last few days can be erplained away
The force of the explosion was down downthe downthe downthe
the Meadow Valley wash but had tho thoforce theforce I Iforce
force been toward the town Caliente Calientewould Calientewould Caiientewould
would have certainly suffered a serious seriouscalamity seriouscalamity seriouscalamity
calamity calamityAn
An ynploye pIOe by the name of Wilson of ofthe oftIle ofthe
the Siebert property from the Seven
Devils country Ida says that his part partTier partrer partncr
Tier C H Roberts blew up the Siebert Siebertmine Siebertmine Siebertmine
mine last night for having been dis discharged dIscharged discharged ¬
charged Wilson believes that Roberts RobertsI Robertswas Robertswas
was covered up by the debris from the theexplosion theexplosion theexplosion
explosion and that his remains are bu bitned
rled somewhere about the tll mine He want wanted wanted wanted ¬
ed Wilson to go along with him and he
did go part way but returned and was
In Ernest Keats saloon when the explo explosion exploston explosion ¬
sion tookplace took place It Is believed Roberts Robertswent Robertswent Robertswent
went south and Sheriff Johnson is here hereon hereon hereon
on the th grounddirecting the several depu
ties who are after Roberts No doubt ex
ists but that he will be apprehended appr hended Wil Wilon wnHJn WIlIon
Ion on was placed under the watch of two
deputies but he attempted to get away
from the officers and he was locked up
for safe keeping keepingFROZEN keepIngFROZEN
I I IFROZEN
FROZEN TO DEATH DEATHDuluth DEATHDuluth DEATHDuluth
Duluth Minn Feb 9 9Frozen Frozen so so hard
that sharp knives could make no im impression impression Irapresslon ¬
pression the body of Martin Brecken
lies In an undertakers shop in this city
Brecken was found In a snowdrift just justoutside justutslde justoutside
outside the city frozen as solid as ice iceAs iceAs iceAs
As soon as the body thaws sufficiently sufficientlyA
a post mortem examination wflt wlitbe be held heldA heldA
A certificateof certificate of deposit de1 > osit for 100 l00and and 563 563InjCash 68 68in GSin
InjCash in ash sh were found in theunfortunate theunfortunatemans the unfortunate unfortunatemfis unfortunatemzgis
mans pockets
HEPBURN BILL Bft DISCUSSED BY SENATE COMr COMMITTEE COMMITTEESpat ITIEE ITIEESpat
Spat Between Aldrich Who Opposes OpposesRaliroad Railroad Rate Legisla Legislation Legislation Legislation
tion and Dolliver of Iowa Who Poses as the theChampion theChampion theChampion
Champion of the Measure
i Washington Feb 9 9The The senate com combegan commibtee cornbegait
mibtee rstat eraetod eraetodbegan
began MismSration sfl ratlon of the Hepburn Hepburnrate Hepburnrate Hepbuirate
rate bill which passed the house ves vesterday yes yesterday yesterday ¬
terday Today was devoted to the first firstsection firstsection firstsection
section which describes the kind of oftransportation oftransportation oftransportation
transportation to wljich wlich the act shall shallapply shallapply shallapply
apply Several amendments were sug suggested suggested suggested ¬
gested by senators unfriendly to the thebill theblU thebill
bill but none was voted on today It ItiSvgonerally ItisK ItIsgenerally
iSvgonerally isK nerally conceded that the Hepburn Hepburnbill
bill m with only a few modifications will willhave willhave willhave
have a majority report when the com committee committee cornmittee ¬
mittee votes next Friday FridaySenators FridaySenators FridaySenators
Senators Far Apart ApartIt
It became evident during the discus discussion discussion discussion ¬
sion of the various amendments that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the arrangements to discuss the bill billnext billnext billnext
next week would accomplish no impor important important important ¬
tant result so great were the differ differences differencesof differences ¬
ences encesof of the opponents and champions championsof
of the bill Senators Clapp and Dolli Dolliver Dolliver Dolliver ¬
ver charged that the amendments were wereoffered wereoffered wereoffered
offered to obstruct the perfection of a abill ablll abill
bill that stands a good chance to be become become become ¬
come a law Senator Aldrich replied repliedthat repliedthat replIedthat
that the amendments had been offered offeredseriously offeredseriouslY offeredseriously
seriously whereupon Senator Clapp Clappannounced Clappannounced Clappannounced
announced that he would waste no nomore nomore nomore
more time in the consideration co lderatfon of the thebill th thbm thebill
bill but would be present to vote on onThirtyOne onTWENTY onTWENTY
TWENTY liVES WERE lOST lOSTThiliyOne LOSTThirtyOne
ThirtyOne Men MeninFarral in Farral Minej Mine MineWhen MineWhen
When Explosion Occurred OccurredEleven OcdurredEleven OcdiirredEIeveii
Eleven Rescued Alive AliveHinton AliveHinton Alive1Hiriton
Hinton W Va Feb 9 9It It Is now nowpractically nowpract1 nowpractically
practically pract1 al1y settled that there were thir thirtyone thirtyone j
tyone men in the Farral mine near Oak OakHill OakHill I IHill
Hill Fayette county when the explo explosion explodon j jsion
sion occurred there yesterday after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon Eleven were rescued alive six sixbodies sixbodies sixbodies
bodies have been recovered leaving leavingfourteen leavingfourteen leavingfourteen
fourteen in the mine mineSome mhieSomn j jSome
Some of the rescued alive are badly badlyinjured badlyinjured badlyiiijured
injured and two will likely die The Thedead Thedead I Idead
dead so far taken out outare outareGeorge are areGeorge areGeorge
George Morris MorrisIke 1IorrisIke MorrisIke
Ike Spears SpearsHans SpearsHans SpearsHans
Hans Covia CoviaJoseph CoviaJoseph CoviaJoseph
Joseph Hunter HunterJoe HunterJoe HunterJoe
Joe Lumley LumleyOne LumleyOne LumleyOne
One unidentified all white whiteRobert whiteRobert whiteRobert
Robert Bill who was rescued r scued alive alivehas alivehas alivehas
has both legs broken and Donald Bell Bellis Bellis Bellis
is badly crushed The men rescued rescuedalive rescuedalive rescuedalive
alive were not in that part of the mine minewhere minewhere minewheie
where the explosion occurred which ac accounts accounts ancounts ¬
counts for their rescue rescueIt rescueIt rescueIt
It is thought the remaining fourteen fourteenbodies fourteenbodies ourteenbodies
bodies can be gotten out tonight tonightWILL tonightWiLL j
WILL INVESTIGATE INVESTIGATETHE
THE NAVAL ACADEMY ACADEMYWashington ACADEMYWashington ACADEMYWashington
Washington Feb 9 9The The house com committee committee cornmlttee ¬
mittee on naval affairs today toda adopted adoptedthe adoptedthe adpptedthe
the following resolution resolutionResolved resolwtionResolved resolthtIOnResolved
Resolved That a subcommittee of fivo fivobe fIvobe fivebe
be appointed by the chair to visit the thenaval thenaval thenaval
naval academy at once to examine and andreport andreport andrcport
report upon the discipline and manage management management managetnent ¬
ment of the academy and to report to tothis tottls tothis
this committee at the earliest possible possibletime possibJetime psiblctime
time Chairman Foss of Illinois has ap appointed appoitted appointed ¬
pointed the following members of the th sub subcommittee subcommIttee subcornntlttee ¬
committee committeeRepresentatives commItteeRepresentatlves cornntltteeRepresentatives
Representatives Vreeland New York Yorkchairman Yorkchalrman Yorkchairman
chairman Loud Michigan Dawson DawsonIowa DawsonIowa DawsonIowa
Iowa Padgett Tennessee Gregg Texas TexasThe TexasTh TexaThe
The Th subcommittee will go to Annapolis Annapolisnext Annapolisnext umapoIisnext
next week but the exact date datehas has not yet yetbeen yetbeen yetbeen
been determined determinedWashington determinedWashin determinedWashington
Washington Washin on Feb 9 9Secretary Secretary Bona Bonaparte Bonapart Bonapartehas ¬
part partehas has decided that while several of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the midshipmen ml Shfpmen whom the board of in investigation investigation inveatigation ¬
vestigation found to have been Impli Implicated implicated 1mphcated ¬
cated in the hazing of four class men menwill menwUl menwill
will be technically placed under arrest arrestthey arrestthey arxetthey
they will not be courtmartialed c at once onceIf onceif oncelf
If at all The T he secretary secreta < J1 pxbIy prvo q ably fl IY will be bewilling b bwilling bewilling
willing to tosuspend suspend aftiW1JUAnnaj a Hbjj UAnnajolIsfor > f AnnapolIs AnnapolIsfor > oUs oUsfor
for a reasonable reas n ble tlmefcto tlI 1e to afford oppor opportunity opportunlty opportunity
tunity for torIeKislatlon torIeKislatlonOH legislation
OH
the measure on Feb 16 He then left leftthej5pmjnittG leftt1eJPmmittee lefttiiepmuiittea
thej5pmjnittG room roomAfter
v
After the departure of Sanator SenatoriClapp Clapp 4
Senator Dolliver took the committee to totask totask totask
task for its levity in considering rail railroad railroad railroad ¬
road rate legislation Sle e called atten attention attention attention ¬
tion to the fact that the committee had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been conducting hearings since last lastsummer lastsummer lastsummer
summer and had not arrived at any anyagreement anyagreement anyagreement
agreement He charged that some somemembers somemembers somemembers
members of the committee did not ap appear appear appear ¬
pear to desire an agreement agreementAldrich agreementAI agreementAldrich
Aldrich AI rich Vas Angry AngryObjection AngryObjection AngryObjection
Objection was made by Senator Al Aldrich Aldrich Aldrich ¬
drich to the charge that levity had hadbeen hadbeen badbeen
been displayed and said that he had hadbeen hadb hadbeen
been b en serious in everything that he had hadoffered hadoff hadoffeed
offered off ed Warming to the defense of his hissincerity l1issincerity hissincerity
sincerity he said that he would talk in inany inany inany
any manner he pleased in discussing discussingthe
the proposed legislation legi lation and would not notbe notbe notbe
be called to account by Senator Dolli Dolliver Dolliver Dolliver ¬
ver verThe
The Iowa senator who is the partic particular particular particular ¬
ular champion of the Hepburn bill with Avithemphasis withemphasis withemphasis
emphasis replied that he too would wouldchoose wouldcho3se wouldcho3se
cho3se his own language and charac characterize characterize characterize ¬
terize as he chose the methods that he hesaid hesaid hesaid
said had been resorted re orted to Chairman ChairmanElkins ChairmanElkins ChairmanElkins
Elkins who had participated in the theearly theearly theearly
early dispute rapped for order and a afew afew afew
few minutes later the committee ad adjourned adjourned adjourned ¬
journed journedfiRIER journedFARMER journedFARMER
FARMER KILLED BY TRAIN 1M1NWilliam TRAINWillialll TRAiNWilliam
William Thompson of Clarks Clarkston Clarkston Clarkston
ton Meets Instant Death at atCache atCachaJunction atCachJunction1
Cache CachaJunction CachaJunctionSpecial Junction JunctionSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldLogan HeraldLogan HeraldLogan
Logan Feb 9 9wmiam William Thompson aged
35 a farmer living at Clarkston was waskilled waskilled waskilled
killed today at Cache Junction by a aswitch aswitch aswitch
switch engine He had taken a load of ofvheat ofheat ofwheat
wheat heat to the theTunction Junction and after unloading unloadingwalked unloadingwalked unloadingwalked
walked in front of train No 13 which was waastanding wasstanding wasstanding
standing at the station A switch en engine engine engine ¬
gine was w approaching along the side of
No 19 which he failed to see This en engine engine engino ¬
gine caught him l m His foot was nearly nearlycut nearlycut nearlycut
cut off and he was dragged a distance distanceof
of nearly 100 feet and finally crushed to todeath todeath todeath
death between the engine and a pile of oflumber oflumber oflumber
lumber by the side of the track trackMr trackMr trackMr
Mr Thompson leaves a family consist ¬
ing of a wife and five children He was wasstruck wasstruck wasstruck
struck by lightning while working in the thefields thefields thefields
fields last summer and for a a consider considerable considerable considerable ¬
able time timeJt Jt It was believed beIiev believedhe dhe he would die dieSHOT dieI dieSHOT dieSHOT
I
SHOT WOMAN WOr AN AND HIMSELF HIMSELFEbb
Ebb Coley an exSoldierin in the Unit TTnited United United
ed States Army Chief Actor Actorin Actorin Actoriii
in Double Tragedy TragedySan
San Fi FJ1illcisco mcisco Feb 9 9Ebb Ebb Coley shot shotand shotand shotand
and killed Josie LaBat in a room room of the theGrand theGrand theGrand
Grand Pacific hotel on Kearney street streetthis streetthis streetthis
this morning and then ended n ed his own life lifeby lifeby lifeby
by sending two bullets through his head headThe headThr headThe
The woman was lying in bed helpless helplessfrom helple he1plsfrom s sfrom
from illness when she was shot to death deathby deathby deathby
by the man who had shared the apart apartment ap apartrnent it itmoot ¬
moot with her He held the pistol against
her breast and fired the fatal shot then ttionturning tlicnturning thenturning
turning the weapon wea on upon himself fell felllifeless felLlifeless f flifeless
lifeless The womans mother who had hadcome hadcome hadcome
come to take her back to the family home homein
in Santa Clara had left lefttl the e room only a afew nfew afew
few minutes before the tragedy occurred occurredThe occurredThe occurredThe
The fact that his victim was going to
leave him today Is supposed to have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been the cause of Coleys Col ys act actColey actColey actColey
Coley was formerly a sergeant in tho thoSixtieth thoSixtieth theSixtieth
Sixtieth company of coastartillery coast artillery and andalso andalso andalso
also served se ed in the Twentieth Tw ntlethfleld field ar artillery artillery axtillery ¬
tillery His home ome was near Macon Ga GaCONFESSED GsCONFESSED GaCONFESSED
CONFESSED HIS CRIME CRIMEWarren CRIMEWarren CRiMEWarren
Warren O Oy Feb 9 9Charles Charles C Delgan Deiganarrested Delganarrested Delganarrested
arrested recently on the charge of be being beIng betog ¬
ing Implicated 1 pIicat d jintheT they murder m rnpd d r of Rgland Rgland1C RplandLewis
1C Lewis a awe > wearlth weajtht J h farmerarid fa fathmer er ai1 afldtck afldtckde1wat stock stockdeaderat tockde
deaderat de lerat WestFarmirigtoir l O has con confessed confebsea confesod ¬
fessed that he hI Mll6d k kiu1edLewfa kiu1edLewfat llJid Jjewfs trs trsI trsyi
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AMENDMENT TO TOSTATEHOOD TOSTATEHOOD
STATEHOOD BilL BilLSenator
Senator Foraker Presents the Only OnlyDjistSolntion OnlySustSoIution OnlyustSoluffon
DjistSolntion ustSoluffon to the MuchDe MuchDebated MuchDebated TTuchDehated ¬
bated Question QuestionTOM QuestionTOM QuestionTOM
TOM PATTERSON BOBSUP BOBSUPHOUSE BOBS BOBSUPHOUSE UP UPHOUSE
HOUSE PASSES GRIST OF PEN PENSION PENSION PENSION ¬
SION BILLS BILLSWashington BILLSWasbington BILLSWashington
Washington Feb 9 nAt At the begin beginning beginning beginfling ¬
ning of todays session of the senate senateMr senatetIl senateMr
Mr tIl Foraker presented an amendment amendmentto
to the statehood bill directing the themethod the1T thexethod
method 1T ethod of proceeding in Arizona and andNew andN andNew
New N ew Mexico on the question of ad admission admission admission ¬
mission It directs that within thirty thirtydays thirtydays thirtydays
days after the approval of the state statehool statehool statehool
hool bill the governors of the two ter territories territories territories ¬
ritories shall respectively call elections electionsfor electionsfor electionsfor
for submitting the question of state statehood statehood statehood ¬
hood Voters of the two proposed proposedstates proposedstates proposedstates
states shall vote ote separately separ tely and the theunion theI theunion theunion I
union shall not be consummated until untila
a majority of the votes in each terri territory terntory ¬ i itory
tory are cast in the affirmative affirmativeThe
The urgent deficiency approprla approprIation
tion bill was laid before the senate and anddebated andd6bated anddcbated
debated at length lengthPattersons lengthPattersons lengthPattersons
Pattersons Amendment AmendmentMr
Mr Patterson moved to strike out of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the deficiency bill the provision abro abrogating abrogating abrogating ¬
gating the eighthour law upon the thecanal thecapal thecapal
capal zone He argued that the pro provision provis provision ¬
vision vis on was adverse to Americans as aswell aswell aswell
well as aliens aliensMr aliensMr aliesMr
Mr Money opposed the Patterson Pattersonamendment JJattersonamendment Pattersonamendment
amendment What it all means in inplain inplain inplain
plain brutal English is that there is isbeing isbeing isbeing
being prepared on the isthmus a aslaughter aslaughter aslaughter
slaughter house for aliens and that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the canal is to be built at a fearful fearfulcost fearfulcost fearfulcost
cost not only of money but of life liferesponded lifer lifereaponded
responded r ponded Mr vIr Patterson persisting in inpressing inpressing inpressing
pressing the amendment upon the thesenate thesenate thesenate
senate senateMr senateMr senateMr
Mr Gallinger called attention to the thestatenient thestatement thestatement
statement of the canal officials that thatsanitary tllatsanit thatsanitary
sanitary sanit ry conditions on the isthmus isthmuswere isthmuswere isthmuswere
were much improved and Mr Patter Patterson Patterson Patterson ¬
son replied that these statements did didnot didnot didnot
not correspond with the testimony testimonygiven testimonygiven testimonygiven
given by bYsenators bYsenatorsTillman senators senatorsTiUman senatorsTiliman
TiUman Takes Issue IssueMr IssueMr IssueMr
Mr Tillman also took to k issue with Mr MrPatterson 11iPatterson MrPatterson
Patterson sayiqg sayus tlat when hen the t e Col Colorado Colorado Colorado ¬
orado senator seri t r makes an appeal for foralien torlien foralien
alien labor he would better look a alittle allttle alittle
little closer 11 home < > me and consider the theAmerican theAu theAtrenlcan
American Au rican laborer Iabor r who in the end endmust endmust endmust
must pay for building the canal canalMr canalMr canalMr
Mr Patterson withdrew the amend amendment amendment amendment ¬
ment he had h offered and offered an anotheritsing another anothertlxtng ¬
otheritsing other lxlng the limit of a days labor laboron
on canal work at ten hours instead of ofeight ofeight ofeight
eight The Th amendment was lost lostMr lostMr l st stMr
Mr Tillman expressed dissatisfac dissatisfacfaction dissatisfacfaction dissatisfacfaction
faction with the relationship between betweenthe betweenthe betweenthe
the carte cariZlconirnission arrnl commission and the Panama PanamaRailroad PanamaRailroad PanamaRailroad
Railroad company and said he hoped hopedthe hopedthe hopedMie
the canal commission would find findmeans findmeans findmeans
means of unifying the canal and the theroad theroad theroad
road road11r
roadMr
Mr Hale agreed with the statement statementmade statementmade statementmade
made by Mr Tillman as to the desira desirability desirability desirability ¬
bility of doing away with the dual dualarrangement dualarrangement dualarrangement
arrangement The bill was was then thenpassed thenpassed thenpassed
passed and at 3OS p m the senate senatewent senatewent senatewent
went into executive session and at
315 adjourned until Monday MondayPRIVATE MondayPRIVATE MondayPRIVATE
PRIVATE PENSION BILLS BILLSHouse BILLSHouse BILLSHouse
House Grinds Out 429 in the Short ShortTime ShortTime ShortTime
Time of 72 Minutes MinutesWashington MinutesWashington MinutesWashington
Washington Feb 9 9The The house to today today today ¬
day ground out Its usual semi semimonthly semimonthly semimonthly ¬
monthly grist of < f private pensions pensionspassing pensionspassing pensionspassing
passing in 72 minutes 429 bills for the thebenefit thebenefit thebenefit
benefit of veterans who are barred for forone forone forone
one reason or another from rom coming in inunder inunder inunder
under the general statute Seventy Seventyfive Seventyfive Seventyfive
five per cent of the beneficiaries beneficiariesare
are either blind or bedridden This Thisorder Thisorder Thisorder
order with a number of minor bills billsand billsand billsand
and the passage of two amendments amendmentsto
to Philippine tariff act of 1905 consti constituted constituted constltuted ¬
tuted the transactions of the day dayThe dayThe dayThe
The tariff amendments place Ameri American American Amencan ¬
can cotton goods on an equality so sofar sofar sofar
far as the cost of production is con concerned concerned concerned ¬
cerned with European goods Low Lowgrades Lowgrades Lowgrades
grades of shoes were admitted at a alower alower alower
lower tariff tariffThe tariffThe tariffThe
The house adjourned until Monday MondayJURY 1fondayJURY MondayJURY
JURY DISAGREED DISAGREEDMissouris DrSAGREEDMissouris DISAGREEDMissouris
Missouris Mutinous Convicts Will WillHave WillHave WillHave
Have Another Trial TrialJefferson TrialJefferson TrialJefferson
Jefferson City Mo Feb 9 9The The Jury
in the case of the mutinous convicts convictsRyan convictsRyan convictsRyan
Ryan Raymond and Vaughan charged chargedwith chargedwith chargedwith
with murder was discharged today hav ¬
ing failed to agree upon a verdict verdictJudge verdictJudge
Judge Martin set the case for hearing hearingagain hearingagain hearingagain
again on March 5 It Is stated the jury jurywas jurYwas jurywas
was deadlocked standing after two twodays tw twdays twodays
days deliberation as It stood upon the thefirst thefirst thefirst
first ballot ballotnine nine to three Infavor in favor of con conviction COIlviction conviction ¬
viction of all three defendants def ndants and ten tento tento tento
to two In favor of convicting Vaughan Vaughanand
and acquitted Ryan and Raymond RaymondWRECK RaymondWRECK RaymondWRECK
WRECK TIN lN ARIZONALos ARIZONA ARIZONAlios
Los Angeles Feb 9 9PaSsenger train trainNo trainNo trainNo
No 8easJboundonlthe S eas easboflid bolnd on the Santa Fe Vwas Vwasderailed was wasd wasderailed
derailed d railed near Bellemont west of Flag Flagstaff Flagstaff Flagstaff ¬
staff Ariz this morning It is stated statedat
at t the local Santa S int nta Fe offices that the thewreck thewreck thewreck
wreck is not a serious one and that no noone noone noone
one was WaS1 I injured
HCOlB COLD CONTEST CONTESTIS
IS NOW NoqcLoSED NoqcLoSEDEminent CLOSED CLOSEDEminent
Eminent Judges Have Been Secured Securedand Secureand Securedand
and Decision Will Be in Sun Sundays Sundays Sumdays ¬
days Herald HeraldNUMBER HeraldNUMf3ER HeraidNUMBER
t
NUMBER OF ANSWERS ANS VERS 270 270REPLIES 27 27REPLI 27dREPLIES
REPLIES REPLI S HAVE BEEN RECEIVEI RECEIVEIFROM RECEIVFROM RECEIVES RECEIVESFROM
FROM FIVE STATES STATESIf
If you ou wish to know the correct an answer answer answer
swer to the question how cold must mustit
it be to be twice as cold as two de degrees degrees degrees ¬
read readThe readThe readThe
grees above zero ero Fahrenheit
The Sunday Herald tomorrow tomorrowThe tomorrowThe tomorrowThe
The contest closed at midnight last lastnight lastnight lastnight
night In all 270 answers were re received received received ¬
ceived An effort will be made to com complete complete cornplete ¬
plete their publication by the time the thadecision thEldecision thedecision
decision Is announced announcedThree announcedThree announcedThree
Three of the most eminent scientists scientistsand scientistsand scientlathand
and educators in Utah have consented consentedto
to act as judges The question has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been submitted to them They have hayapromised havepromised bavepromised
promised to give their answer today todayIn todaYIin
In time for publication in The Sunday SundayHerald SundayHeraJd SundayHerald
Herald tomorrow The person who whosent whosent whosent
sent In the first correct answer will willreceive willreceive willreceive
receive 5 5An 5An 5An
An effort has been made to secure as asjudges asjudges asjudges
judges three men of such high stand standIng standing standing
Ing that their decision will be accepted acceptedwithout acceptedwithout acceptedwithout
without question The Herald believes believesit
it has succeeded For the protection protectionof
of the judges themselves from the an annoyaVice annoy annoyanco
noyaVice noy noyanco ce of questions however their theirnames theirnames theirnames
names will not be given out until the thetune thetime thetime
time their decision is announced announcedNo
No question propounded In this part partof partof
of the country has ever aroused such suchwidespread suchwidespread suchwidespread
widespread attention as has this query queryput queryput queryput
put by The Herald Answers have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been received from Nevada Idaho and andWyoming andWyoming andWyoming
Wyoming The replies have varied variedmore variedmore variedmore
more than might have been believed believedpossible beUevedpossible believedpossible
possible at the outset outsetAnother outsetAnother outsetAnother
Another installment is printed he helew bel belJew below <
Jew Jew177In low127In
177 177In In order that It may be twice as ascold ascold ascold
cold as 2 degrees degr above zero I would wouldsuggest wouldsuggest wouldsuggest
suggest that the thermometer should reg ¬
ister i ter zero Respectfully RespectfullyJOHN RespeetfuIlyTOHN RespectfullyJOHN
JOHN HALVORSEN HALVORSENITS HALVORSmN178My HALVORSDINl7S21y
ITS 178My My answer Is that the thermometer thermometerwould thermomoterwould thermometerwould
would be just at zero Yours truly
MBS 1RS C E MELD Box 207 27179To 207179To
170 179To To be as cold again as 2 degrees degreesabove degreesabove degreesabove
above zero would be 1 degree above zero zeroTo zeroDo zeroTo
To be twice as cold as 2 degrees above abovezero 8boezero abovezero
zero would be zero zeroW zeroV zeroW
W V M L OTTINGER Ogden Utah UtahISO UtahlSOAfler Utah150After
ISO lSOAfler After reading some of the answers answersto imwsto
to the weather problem now runaing in inThe inTho InThe
The Herald I must say s y that many m ny of ofthe otthe ofthe
the conclusions arrived at by your read readers re readers d ders ¬
ers are perhaps more ludicrous than un unreasonable unreasonable anreasonable ¬
reasonable However I am prompted by bytheir bytheir bytheir
their Incorrectness to send in my own ownsolution ownsolution ownsolution
solution of the question How j cold Is It Itwhen Itwhen itwhen
when it is twice as cold a as 2 degrees above abovezero abovezero abovezero
zero Answer AnswerFour Four degrees below belowzero blowzero belowzero
zero G C BOWEN
85 5 Commercial CommecclalBJook CommecclalBJook1S1The Block Block1S1 BlockIS1Tbe
1S1 1S1The The real zero point of temperature temperaturethat
that is that point at which the molecules molaculehave molecuIehave moleculeshave
have lost all motion the energy o owhich of ofwhich ofwhish
which represents Itself as heat is sup supposed supposed supposed ¬
posed to be and in all probability is over
4 400 < JO degrees degrc F It below the zero of the theFahrenreit tooFahrenrett theFahrenrt
Fahrenreit thermometer Therefore the thesolution thasolution thosolution
solution of r your our example from my point pointof int intof
of view would be 460 degrees plus 2 2degrees 3degrees 2degrees
degrees equals 463 degrees divided by 2 2equals 2equals 2equals
equals 229 degrees below Fahrenheit zero zeroJAMES zeroJAMES zeroJAMES
JAMES B MARSHAL MARSHALChief lLtRSHALLChIef MARSHALLChief
Chief Engineer Utah Ice Storage Co Co1S2 ColS2Assuming Co152Assuming
1S2 lS2Assuming Assuming that In your question of ofhow ofhow ofhow
how cold it would be if it were twice twiceas
as cold as 2 above zero to be based on onFahrenheit onFahrenheit onFahrenheit
Fahrenheit zero the solution solution from my mypoint mypoint mypoint
point of view would be as follows Ab Absolute Absolute Absolute ¬
solute zero is 460 4 degrees below 0 Fahren Fahrenheit Fahrenheit Fabrenbelt ¬
heit so that 2 above would be 462 degrees degreesabove degreesabove degreesabove
above absolute zero Half this is 231 de degrees degrees degreen ¬
grees above absolute zero zer or 229 l degrees degreesbelow degreesbelow degreesbelow
below zero zElro Fahrenheit which 1Vl ch would be bohalf behalf behalf
half as warm or twice as cold as 2 r de degrees degrees degrees ¬
grees above zero F since cold is simply simplythe
the absence of heat R D STARK STARKUtah STARKUtah STARKUtah
Utah Ice Storage Co Co3S3 Co181I
3S3 1831 I will say the answer to your yourWeather youVlE3ther yourweather
Weather problem probl m Is 4 degrees below zero zeroEARX zeroEARL zeroEARL
EARL MCLBDRY 1lCLEFJRYIre
Ire East Fourth South South1S4 South1stIn Sauth1StIn
1S4 1stIn In answer answerto to your puzzle In Mon Mondays 1tlondays Mendays ¬
days Herald I will say it cant be any anycolder anycolder anycolder
colder than twice as cold above zero zaroTherefore Z zeroTherefore ro roTherefore
Therefore my answer Is 2 degrees above abovazero abovezero abovezcro
zero MRS THOMAS M DAVIES DAVTESSandy DAVIESSandy DAVIESSandy
Sandy Utah UtahlS5In Utab185In
185 lS5In In answer to toyour your our weather question questionI qu tion tionI
I will say 65 degrees of cold or 58 degrees
below zero zeroMISS zero1fiSS zero1tlSS
MISS TEMPEST WOODMANSEB
434 East st Eleventh South SQuth185My South1SMy
186 185My My answerxto answe th your weather query
is 94 35 degrees below zero zeroS zeroS zeroS
S S SMITH Ogden Utah Utah1ST Utah1S7In UtahlZIn
1ST 1S7In In reply to your puzzle I wish to togive togive togive
give my answer as follows One degree degreeabove degreeabove degreeabove
above zero MARK DUNKLBfT DUNKLBfTAmerican DUlTlliEYAmerican DUNiLEYAmerican
American Fork Utah UtahISS UtahIn UtahiS8In
ISS iS8In In answer to your yourquestion question I will willsay willsay Willsay
say that it is 28 Degrees below zero zeroNEIL zeroITEIL zeroNEIL
NEIL BONNER BONNERP BO BOP
P O Box 2C5 Eureka EUl eka Utah Utah189Reckonhlg Utah189Reckoning
185 189Reckonhlg Reckoning from absolute zero zerowhich zerowhich zerowhich
which Is 400 degrees below zero on the
Fahrenheit scale the answer to your yourproblem Jburproblem yburproblem
problem Is 231 degrees below zero 460 460plus 4fiOplus 40plus
plus 2 equals 162 degrees and onehalf onehalfas
as many man degrees of heatwould heat would be 4fi3 4 45 2 dft dftgrees dogrees degrees
grees dividedby divided by 2 equals231degrees quals 231 d degrees grees o
231 degrees below zero zeroWILtIAM zeroWI zeroWIrjLPAM
WILtIAM WI lAM AJurENKaysville AJurENKaysvillej ALLEN ALLENKaysviilelOGHeat r aY5iUe aY5iUe100Heat
j ISO 100Heat Heat and an cold being relative terms termsno
i no degree of cold can indicate a te temper temperature teinporature < mpar
j ature twice as cold as 2 degrees above abovezero abnvezero abovezero
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