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Established June 6 1870 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SRNBAY sm JAY FEBRUARY 11 1906 30 PAGES PricePive Price Five Cents
NEW COLLEGE COLLEGEfUR H HFORSALT
fUR FORSALT SALT LAKE LAKEMoney
Money Raised for f r Westminster In Institution Intitution Institution ¬
stitution as Result of Dr DrWishards DrWishards DrWisliards
Wishards Trip TripNEW TripNEW TripNEW
NEW BUILDING AT ONCE ONCEBROAD ONCEBROAD ONCEBROAD
BROAD PLANS ARE TO BEQAR BEQARRIED aE FEOARRIED CAR CARJRI
JRI > RIED ED OUT OUTSalt OUTSalt OUTSalt
Salt Lake is shortly to add to her hereducational hereducational hereducational
educational resources another institu institution institution instituLion ¬
of ofthe ofthe ofthe
tion of learning in the establishment
college founded fo nded by bySheldon bySheldon bySheldon
the Westminster
Sheldon Jackson JacksonThe JacksonThe JacksonThe
The building of the college and the theem themuletion theecmnletlon
is isthe Isthe
cherished plan
muletion of a long
of the recent visit of ofDr ofDr
the direct re result ult
Dr S E Wishard to several la large ge east eastE eastem
the interests of the finan financial financial financial
em E em > m cities in
Wishard Wishardreturned Wishardreturned Wishardreturned
the question Dr
cial side of I IVithin
returned Friday night nightWithin nightWithin
Within a month work on the main mainbuilding mainbuiJding mainbuilding
started Inside the theIt thecurrent thecurrent
building will be
be becmpleted becempleted
current year the structure is to
cost of about 40000 40000It
cmpleted at a a
It will be of pressed brick and grey greystone greystone greystone
stone and will be in modern Gothic col college co college 1 1lEge ¬
lege style This will be the adminis administratIon adminiStratlon
irltlon tratIon building consisting of physical physicaland physicaland physicaland
and chemical laboratory library and andwith andreading andreading
reading room and an assembly room roomwith roomwith
three hun hundred hundred hundred
with a seating capacity ca > t1city for
dred persons personsThe persQnsThe personsThe
The site is the land already in pos possession posf5Esslon possEssion ¬
session of the college col1e e on the southwest southwestcorner southwestorner southwestcorner
corner of f Thirteenth East ast and Elev Eleventh Elevnth Eleventh ¬
enth South streets just north of the theRunton theGunton thetunton
Runton Memorial chapel which IS to tobe tobe tobe
be used as the college chapel The site sitetiUO sitewas sitewas
was presented to the trustees four fourE fouryears
> aogythe byfn late It COlonel William Williamr i
years > tiUO E ars OKTJ uy iv ivM >
M r Ferry of Park City It is yalued yaluedit valued yaluedtt
it t the present pr s snt nt rating at about 25000 25000and 25000and 25000and
and the theehape1 chapel hapel was completed last year yearut yearut yearut
ut a cost of about 18000 18000Will 18000Will 18000Will
Will Will Sell Present Property PropertyThe
The present plan of the trustees con coni contfmplates contcmplates
tfmplates i the sale of f the ft property r Trvr rtv now TIOWheld nowheld nowheld
held in the Collegiate institute in Sec Second Secmd Seed ¬
ond d East street The estimated value valueof
of the land is about 25000 and of the thebuildings thebuildings thebuildings
buildings PS000 SSOOO The building is near nearly nearly nearly ¬
ly modern It is thought likely the thestructure thestructure thestructure
structure will be made into a family familyhotel f familyhotel mily
hotel 110 tel The proceeds of this will form forman forman forman
an additional fund for the carrying out outof outof outof
of the present plan The Collegiate in institute in institute institute ¬
stitute will be continued as a prepara preparatory preparatory preparaLF3J ¬
tory department of the college collegeDuring collegeDuring collegeDuring
During his hi recent visit in the east eastioeruis eestlovering easttovering
of three months Dr DrWishard DrWishard
ioeruis lovering a a period IJCIIUM v v vWishard
Wishard visited Chicago Cleveland ClevelandPittsburg Clevelandpittsburg ClevelandPittsburg
Pittsburg New York Cincinnati and andIndianapolis andIndianaOUs andlndianapoliS
I
Indianapolis H Hi ariMS 16 especially suc sucn suclls suecsful
lls csful ful in his e eJf6rtStO rts < t interest capital capitaln
n the buildin buildinQf of the college John H HConverse H1verse HThuverse
Converse 1verse ofPhiladelphia of hi1adelpl1ia alone dona donaJed donatpd donated
Jed 20000 A toal to al of nearly n rlY 80000 80000ias 80000las 8OOOias
ias las been raised r 1 ised ed within the last year yearThe yearThe I IThe
The Womans Ww ens auxiliary board is soon soonIn soonto i ito
to take takestteps steeps sbeps toward the erection of a awomans amans awomans
womans mans building plans pl2tI1sfor for vhich are arealready arealready arealready
already under way wa t Dormitories > s and andother andother andother
other buildings will b be erected later laterHistory laterHistory laterHistory
History of College CollegeAlthough Ccll CollegeAlthough = g gAlthough =
Although the t e name of Dr Sfeafdon SfeafdonJackson Si1 SliconJackson f on onJackson
Jackson is connected with the contem contemplated contemplated contemplated ¬
plated college the work of founding a acollege aollege acollege
college here was begun by the follow following following following ¬
ing Dr S E Wishard Yishardat at that time timesuperintendent timest timesuperintendent
superintendent st of Presbyterian mis missions missIons missbus ¬
sions in Utah Dr R G McNiece for fortwenty fort fortwenty
twenty t w > nty years pastor of the First Pres Presbyterian Presb Presbyterian ¬
byterian b > terian church Dr George W Mar Martin Martin Martin ¬
tin of Manti Rev M vI E Clemenson of ofLogan ofLogan ofLogan
Logan and 8 d Rev Josiah McClain of the theThird theThird theT1drd
Third Presbyterian Iresb terian church They or organized 01pnized orgenized ¬
ganized the board of trustees held in inMarch inTarch inTarch
Tarch 1S92 189 In the summer of 1895 1895Dr 1895Dr 1895Dr
Dr Jackson visited Salt Lake and do donated donated donated ¬
nated to the cause of founding a col college colIE college ¬
lege IE > ge Washington D C real estate val valued Yalued valued ¬
ued at 50000 with the proviso that thatSalt thatSalt thatSalt
Salt Lake men should give ve the site for forthe forthe forthe
the college of not less than fifty acres acresImmediately acresImmediately acres1mmedately
Immediately after Gil S Peyton and andK andE andE
E H Airis bought the old Crismon Crismonfarm Crismonfarm Crismonfarm
farm of 300 acres four and onehalf onehalfmiles onehalfmlles onehalfmiles
miles south of the city lty and they of offered offtred offired ¬
fired to the trustes a piece of it if the theCollege theollege thekollege
College could be located there The Thetrustees Thetrustees Thetrustees
trustees decided however that it was wastoo wastoo wastoo
too far from the city and received in instead instpad instead ¬
stead the gift from Colonel Ferry FerryThe FerryThe FerryThe
The name of the t e proposed institution institutionwas
was changed four years ears ago from the theSheldon thehe1don thesheldon
Sheldon Jackson college to the West Westminster Westnlnste1 Westninster ¬
minster college founded by Sheldon SheldonJackson SheldonJackson SheldonJackson
Jackson which in effect is today in ex existence exIstence existence ¬
istence in connection with the Collegi Collegiate Collegiate Collegiate ¬
ate Institute although only one year of ofcollege ofolIege ofollege
college work has so far been e etab etablished tab tablished tabUshed
lished lishedThe UshedThe lishedThe
The Collegiate Institute outof ou t of which whichthe whichthe hich hichthe
the present movement movem nt has grown was wasfounded wasunded wascunded
founded unded in 1875 by Professor John M Moyner MThyner Mo
Thyner oyner o mer a graduate of Hanover college collegend collegemd
md nd Professor Coyner was the he head head3f head headJf
3f the school for some years and was wassucceeded wasgtceeded wasreceeded
succeeded about 1885 by Dr J F Mills Millspa Millspaugh Millsraugh
pa paugh ugh who in turn was followed by byRobert byobert byRobert
Robert J Caske Caskey Professor A J JjSweazy Jweazy Jtweazy
jSweazy weazy Is the principal now of the theschool thesCLo01 thesclool
school and Is also an Instructor in the theWestminster theY theWestminster
Westminster Y college The trustes at atpresent atpresent atpr
present pr sent are Dr S E Wishard Dr W WM W1I Wil
M Paden Pa < el Dr R G McNiece lIcNle e Rev Rev RevJ RevJosiah i iJosiah
Josiah J I h McClain H G GO McMillan Henry
V Van J an Pelt George W Martin of ofManti oflIantI ofManti
Manti Rev M 1 E Clemenson of Logan LoganA
A S Martin fartli W I Brown E B BPENNSYLVANIADEMIES BritchlQEJIDdHTol1es BS BPENNSYLVANIA
ritchlQEJIDdHTol1es ritchlQEJIDdHTol1ese ritchlQEJIDdHTol1esPENNSYLVAIIIA
S e
PENNSYLVANIADEMIES PENNSYLVANIADEMIESGOVERNORS PENNSYLVAIIIA DE DEf11ES DEf11ESGOVERNORSSTATEMENT JlES JlESGOVERNORS
GOVERNORS GOVERNORSSTATEMENT GOVERNORSSTATEMENTPittsburg STATEMENT STATEMENTPittsburg STATEMENIPIttsburg
Pittsburg Feb 10 lOJames 10Jamestirst James MdCceai MdCceaifirst lIc6 lIc6first
first vice president of the Pennsylvania Pennsylvaniaompany Pennylvartiaompany Pennsylvauilaompany
ompany operating the lines of the thePennsylvania thePenns thePennsylvania
Pennsylvania Penns lvtlIla system west of Pittsburg Pittsburgmade Pittsburgmade Pittsburgnade
made a statement today to the Asso Assorlated AS50iated Assoiated
iated PjressJlenylng the charges ch rges con conained conail1ed conaIned
ained in In the th h leMer leitErof of Governor GoverriorDawson GoverriorDawsonf Dawson Dawsonf DawsonWest
> f West Virginia to Senator S nJLt Tillman Tillmantvhich Tiflmavhcb CUlm CUlmhich
tvhich hich was as read in 1njhiUnlted jh he United States Statessenate star stargenate States3enate
senate Monday MondayMr Mo MoidayMr day dayIr
Mr Ir McCre said saidThe sai saie saidThe
The e Pennsylvania enn yUah a railroad is not and andjevarjjras andu andiev
jevarjjras u iev v = r beenarowner been beenar arownero ownerof of orminerof orminerofbituminous or minerofit n1nerofb1tiflInouS
bituminous it Inous coalv cOLl either directly or in indirectly inifrectIy indirectly ¬
directly and therefore h refore could not have haveinfluenced havenfiuen havenfluenqed
influenced nfiuen < West Virginia in which its Itinterestd it itIs
Is s Interested Inter ted to suppress development developmentOI
If OI maLVsOtiJn t tlULtsthte tStAte to LU piutcti protect ILO its uxvu own uucii coal m in inerests inJ i ierests
J I erests Certainly there has been no nosylvania noproDPlng nopronphig
proDPlng upon the part of the Penn Pennsylvania Pennsylvania
sylvania in regard to the Red Rock Rockcase Rockase Rockease
case ase orany or any other similar case caseIt caseItY
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VIEWSUNAl VIEWSUNALTERED VIEWSUNALTEREDDY TfRED I IBY
BY CONFERENCE CONFERENCEFrance
France and Germany in Precisely the theSame theSame theSame
Same Fix They Were Before the theDelegates theDelegates theDelegates
Delegates Assembled AssembledNO AssembledNO
I INO
NO THOUGHT OF YIELDING YIELDINGOUTCOME YIELDINGOUTCOME YIELDINGOUTCOME
OUTCOME IS ISYET YET A AMATTEROF AMATTEROFQOU MATTER OF OFDOUBT OFDOUBT
DOUBT DOUBTBerlinFeb QOU DOUBTBerlin BT BTBorlin
BerlinFeb Berlin Feb 10 10The The negotiations at atAlgeciras atAIgeciras atAlgeciras
Algeciras have reached a decisive de islve turn turnand turnand turnand
and the dissolution of the Morrocan con conference conference conference ¬
ference without an agreement upon the theprincipal theprincipal theprincipal
principal subjects of discussion appears appearsto
to be the probable result The positions positionsof
of France and Germany have now been beenclearly beenclearly beenclearly
clearly disclosed Each country countr sup supported suppo supported ¬
ported po ted by several other powers holds holdstechnically holdstechnical holdstechnically
technically to its own principle of set settlement settlement settiement ¬
tlement namely France for special re recognition recognition recognition ¬
cognition in Morocco because of her geo geographical geographical geographical ¬
graphical and historical relation to Mo Morocco Morocco Morocco ¬
rocco and Germany for a strict applica application api app1iation > 1i 1itlon ¬
tion of the doctrine of equal treatment treatmentof
of all countries In the future of Morocco MoroccoIivthe MoroccoInJhe MoroccoIajhe
Iivthe meantime press pr ss campaigns have havebegun havebeg havebegun
begun beg n in both France and Germany in insupport insupport insupport
support of their respective positions positionsOFFICIAL positionsOFFICIAL poslt1 ns nsOFFICIAL
OFFICIAL FRENCH VIEW VIEWPosition VI VIEWPosition EW EWPosition
Position Has Not Changed Since the theConference theConference theConference
Conference Met MetParis MetParis MetParis
Paris Feb 10 lOThe The view exprossaicUin exprossaicUineign exprodJncertain in incertain
certain sections by the French arid ud for foreign fbr7 fbr7eign
eign press that the Algeciras conference conferencewill conferencewl11 conferencewill
will not result in settling the Moroccan Moroccandifficulties Moroccandifficulties Moroccandifficulties
difficulties with a consequence renewal renewalof
of the strained relations between France Franceand Franceand Franceand
and Germany is considered unjustified unjustifiedIn
In government circles it is pointed out outthat outthat outthat
that France though desirous of reaching reachinga
a settlement would rather consent to tothe tothe tothe
the status quo > than accept the sugges suggestion suggestion suggesUon
tion of an internationalized police This Thisresumption Thisresumption Thisresumption
resumption of the old conditions it is isargued isargued isargued
argued though unsatisfactory would be bepreferable bepref hepreferable
preferable pref rable to agreeing agreein to the establish establishment establishment establishmont ¬
ment of a force which possibly would wouldbecome wouldbecome wouldbecome
become a menace to the Algerian fron frontier frontier Irontier ¬
tier Diplomats consider that Frances Francesposition Francesposition Francesposition
position had been made absolutely clear clearby clearby clearby
by the documents published in the Yel Yellow Yellow Yellow ¬
low book In which she consented to the theinternational theinternational theinternational
international conference but laid down downthe downthe downthe
the express condition that she shall shallmaintain shallmaintain shallmaintsln
maintain her special rights and retain retainabsolute retain8b retainabsolute
absolute 8b otute liberty to accept 8 < cept or reject the thedecisions thedecisiols thedecisiors
decisions of the conference conf rence should her herpreponderating herprE herpreponderating
preponderating prE ponderating position posi tion be affected affectedGermany affectedGermany affectedGermany
Germany or any other ot er power naturally naturallypossesses nRtura11p naturallypossesses
possesses p sstsses the > same liberty of action acti n and andrefusal andJ andTefusal
J refusal from any an quarter to agree to tothe totht tothe
the > resolutions r solutlon of the conferences would wouldmerely wouldmtPrely wouldn1reIy
merely mean rneallthnt that Morocco will ill still Te Temain re remain remain ¬
main in a Estate state of o > disorder < < but the theEuropean theEuropeAn theEurepean
European relations will wur lipt n t necessarily necessarilybe
be disturbed disturbedReached dIsturbedReached dtturbedlfeachedNo
Reached lfeachedNo No Declsion DecisionAlgeoirns DeclsiOnlgeoIrRs
Algeoirns s Spain spain Feb I < eb 10 OThe The Moroc Moroccan Moroccan ¬
can conference today desultorily dls dlscuFsed dlsc disciie0
cuFsed c isea various varl us questions which previous previously Pr vio1s vio1shI ¬
hI ly had been referred to special commit committee committee ¬
tee tee but no final decisions were reached reachedIdaho reachedvooL
i
GROVERS llONRSJIft VJlll MEET MEETIdaho MEETIdaho
Idaho Sheepmen Do Not Think ThinkSo ThinkSo Thinkgo
So Much of the Forestry ForestryService ForestryService ForestryServje
Service as Formerly FormerlySpecial F0I11erlySnecial Formerly1Snecial
Snecial to The Herald HeraldBoise HpraldBolse UcraldBoise
Boise Idaho Feb 10 10z A special meet meeting meeting ¬ I Iing
ing of the Idaho Wool Growers asso association association assoelation ¬
ciation has been called call d to meet in this thiscity thiscity thiscity
city on Wednesday February 21 at 10 10a 10a
a in in response to a general de d demand demandon mand mandon and andon
on the part of the sheep men of the thestate thestate
state for a reconsideration of the reso resolutions resolutions resolutions ¬
lutions adopted a oDtep at the annual conven convention convention onvention ¬
tion at Weiser on December 12 com commending commending cornmending ¬
mending the forest reserve service The Themeeting Themeeting Themeeting
meeting was called today by President PresidentFred PresidentFred PresidentFred
Fred W Gooding and Secretary J E EClinton EClinton EClinton
Clinton Jr following Mr Ir Goodings Goodingsconference Goodingsconference Goodingsconference
conference with Chief Forester Pin Pinchot Pinchot Phichot
chot in Denver on January 27 27There 27There 27There
There are three objections to the reg regulations regulati regulati ¬
ulations ulati ns adopted by the forestry ser service service service ¬
vice that are made by the sheep men menof menof menof
of the state The first is that the Wash Washington Washington Washington ¬
ington authorities have decided with without without without ¬
out reference to the wlshesof the sheep sheepmen sheepmen sheepmen
men who have special knowledge of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the ground that no sheep shall be ad admitted admitted admitted ¬
mitted to the forest reserves until June
10 It is urged that the reserves take takein takein takein
in country so low down that they in include include inelude ¬
clude a very large portion of the spring springranges springranges springranges
ranges This being the fact say the thesheepmen thesheepmen thesheepmen
sheepmen and the sheep beng unable unableto
to gx go O > upon this range until June there thereis
is every prospect that each of the thespring thespring thespring
spring ranges will be dried up before beforethe beforethe beforethe
the sheep got to it and the consequent consequentloss
loss lo s in early shipments will be heavy heavySecretary heavySecretary heavySecretary
Secretary Clinton stated this evening eveningthat eveningthat eveningthat
that in his opinion not over fifty per percent percent percent
cent of the early shipments to market marketcould marketcould marketcould
could be made that should be It Is Isfurther isfurther Isfurther
further claimed by the sheepmen that thata
a discrimination has been made against againstthe againstthe againstthe
the sheep industry in that while no nocharge nocharge nocharge
charge is made for colts and calves un under under Under ¬
der six months of age though they may maygraze maygraze I Igraze
graze for the entire season lambs lambsmust Iambsmust lambsmust
must pay a fee of 2 21h cents each or orhalf orhalf orhalf
half price for being on the reserves reservesnotwithstanding reservesnotwithstanding reservesnotwithstanding
notwithstanding they are very fre frequently frequently Irequently ¬
quently on the range for only a couple coupleof
of months before being shipped to mar markot markat marhot
hot kotThe
The sheepmen feel that thatalthough although they theyindorsed t theyindorsed y yindorsed
indorsed the forest reserve policy at atthe atthe atthe
the Weiser meeting have appointed appointedcommittees appointedcommittees appointedcommittees
committees at the request of Forester ForesterPinchot ForesterPinchot ForesterPinchot
Pinchot tb confer with forest reserve reserveofficials reserveofficiels reserveofficials
officials and have applied with all reas reasonable reasonabIe ¬
Jequests that have been made madethey madethey madethey
they have not been treated in a aproper apropermanner proper propermanner propermanner
manner by the forestry bureau bureauWfLl bureauWflL bureauWIL1
WfLl CHECK CHECKUP UP ON OWEN OWENT OWENSpecial OWENSpecial
+ T Special to The Herald HeraldWashington HeraldWashington HeraldWashington +
+ Washington Feb 10 10Attorney 10AttorneyWorthington 10AttorneyWorthington Attorney +
+ Worthington of Smoots counsel counseltoday 4 +
4 4 today obtained f permission of o oChairman ofChairman 4
+ Chairman Burrows to send to toh Utah Utahthe Utahthe +
4 + the list of Q officeholders submitted submittedat 4 +
4 + at the recent hearing by Charles CharlesMostyn CharlesMostyn 4 +
4 + Mostyn Owen The listwill Ustwn1be be sent sentto sentto 4 44to
4to + to Attorney Van Cott for check4 check checkIng 4 4ing
4 + Ing in order to ascertain the cor or orrectness orrectneas +
4 + rectness of f Owens testimony con concerning +
4 cerning It Itt 4 +
4 44 + + MM f + t + + + + tMM + + t + + t + + + ± + 4H + t + t + M + + M + t + M + + tWILL t tWILL
I
WILL MAKE NO FIGHT FIGHTPittsburg FIGHTPlttsburg FIGHTPittsburg
Pittsburg Pa Feb 10 10J J J Brooks Brooksgeneral Brooksgeneral Brooksgeneral
general counsel foi the Pennsylvania Pennsylvanialines
lines said today thatthe that t e company had hadno hadno hadno
no intention of contesting the th 2cent 2centrate 2centrate 2centrate
rate lawpassed by 1ythe bytheOhio1eg1siature the Ohio Qhi legisJaturc legislature
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JUDES ANSWER ANSWERCOLD ANSWERCOLDQUESTION
COLD COLDQUESTION COLDQUESTIONP Q UESnON UESnONF
F D Keeler Principal of Webster WebsterSchool We WebsterSchoo1 ster sterScliool
School Scliool Salt lake Gets Getsthe Getsthe Getsthe
the Prize PrizeSOLUTION Prizer PrizeSOLUTION
s sSOLUTION
ii r >
SOLUTION 22B29 DEG tDEGWINNER DEGWINNER DEGWINNER
WINNER GAVE FIRST NEAREST NEARESTCORRECT NEARESTCORRECf NEARESTCORRECT
CORRECT REPLY REPLYF
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F D Keelar 365 Water streetpnncipal streetpnncipalof
of the WoUsUr school Salt Sal Lake wins winsthe winsthe
the th 5 offered by The Herald to the per person person person
son sending sen ing in the first correct answer to tothe tothe tothe
the query queY How cold must it be to be betwice betwIce betwice
twice as cold as 2 degrees above zero zeroThejudcres zeroThe zeroThe
Thejudcres The judges were the following followingGeorge followingGeorge foliowingGeorge
George A Eaton Ph D principal of the theSalt theSalt thea1t
Salt a1t Lake High school and president of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Utah State Teach2rs association associationWilliam associationWilliam associationWilliam
William C Ebaugh professor profe sor of chem chemistry chemI chemItry ¬
istry I try at the University of Utah UtahJohn Utal1John UtahJohn
John A Wldtsoe Ph D director of the thedepartment theepartment thedepartment
department of agriculture Brigham BrighamYounpr BrighamYoung ErighamYoung
Young university Provo ProvoTheir ProvoTheir ProvoTheir
Their solution was 28926 degrees egrees below belowzero belowzero belowzero
zero Mr Keelers answer Is 229 degrees degreesbelow degreesbelow degreesbelow
below zero his answer being less than
110 degree in difference His communica communication communicatioI communication ¬
tion was No 16 the first nearest correct correctreceived correctreceiY correctreceived
received receiY d
Text of Decision DecisionThe DecisionThe DecisionThe
The decision of the judges is as follows followsFebruary followsFebruary followsFebruary
February 10 1906 1906To 1906To 1906To
To the Salt Lake Herald HeraldYour HeraldYour HeraldYour
Your jury jUr appointed to decide the cold coldcontest coldcontest coldcontest
contest recently condtcted condt cted by your pa paper paper paper ¬
per begs leave to submit the following re report report report ¬
port portIn
In our ouropinion opinion the correct answer is
228926 degrees d grees below zero Fahrenheit FahrenheitIn
In calculating our result we have as assumed assumed assurned ¬
sumed that the value of the absolute absolutezcro absoluteZEro absolutezero
ZEro is 27314 degrees below zero centi centirade centigrade centgrade
grade rade or 459852 degrees below bel w zero Fah Fahrenheit Fahrenheitthe Fakrenheitthe ¬
renheit renheitthe the value favored by Kelvin Re Respectfully Rcspectfully RespectfuUy ¬
spectfully
GEO A EATON EATONW
W C EBAtTGH EBAtTGHJOHN EBAUGHJOHN EBAIYGHJOHN
JOHN A WIDTSOE WIDTSOEAccording WIDTSOEAccording WIDTSOEAccording
According to the scientists scl ntists heat is a amotion amotion amotion
motion of the minute particles or mus muscles muscles musdes ¬
cles which go to o make up matter of ofany ofan ofany
any an r kind Cold fis is the absence of heat heatAbsolute heatAbsolute heatAbsolute
Absolute zero as meant in the judges judgesdecision j judgesdecision dges dgesdecIsion
decision is the point where there Is ab absolutely absolutely absolutely ¬
solutely no motion of the molecules and andhence andhence andhence
hence no heat whatsoever Twice as cold coldmeans coldmeans coldmeans
means half as warm The judges con consequently consequently consequently ¬
sequently figured the number of degrees degreesabove degreesabove degreesabove
above absolute zero which the starting startingpoint startingpoInt startingpoint
point two degrees above Fahrenheit was wasand wasand wasand
and divided this number of degrees by bytwo bytwo bytwo
two
Answer Which Draws Prize PrizeThe PrizeThe PrizeThe
The winnIg answer is as follows followsHWeather follows16Weather
16 HWeather Weather Editor Salt Lake Herald HeraldDear HeraldDear HeraldDear
Dear Sir SIrFor For every centigrade degree degreea
a gas at zero z ro will expand 1273 of Its vol volume volume volume ¬
ume A gas will accordingly double its itsvolume itsvolume Itsvolume
volume at 273 degrees C Conversely the theamount theamount theamount
amount of contraction when the gas Is Isreduced isreduced Isreduced
reduced to 273 degrees C or 160 degrees degreesF
F would therefore t equal the volume of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the gas at zero The volume would there therefore therefore therefore ¬
fore be reduced to a geometrical point pointThis pointThIs pointThis
This of necessity must be the absolute absolutezero absoluteZfro absolutezero
zero of temperature A point half way
460 F and 2 degrees F above zero zerobetwen zerobetwen zerobetwen
betwen the absolute zero of temperature temperaturewould temperat temperaturewould re rewould
would be 229 degrees degre > Fbelow zero A body
having this temperature would be one onehalf oneha onehalf
half ha as warm as one at 2 degrees above abovezero abovezero abovezero
zero It therefore would be In popular popularphrase popularphrase popularphrase
phrase twice as cold coldF
F D KEBLESR
365 Water Street City CityMr CityMr CityMr
Mr Keeler was not the only person who whosubmitted whosubmJJted whosubmjtte1
submitted 229 degrees below zero as ris an ananswer ananswer ananswer
answer This answer was received in ad advance allvance aUvance ¬
vance of the others and consequently consequentlyhe
he receives the prize prizeFirst prizeFirst prizeFirst
First Answer Answ r on Right Principle PrincipleThe
The first communication received from fromOrland fromOrtand fromOrland
Orland Overn 456 South Fourth East Eastcontained Eastcontained Eastcontained
contained a solution with 2887 degrees degreesbelow degreesbelow degreesbelow
below zp ZQ zCt as an answer He and other othercontestants otherco othercontestaMs
contestants co ntestan s offered their solutions on the thecorrectHpfincIple thecorrecfp thecorrectptinciple
correctHpfincIple correcfp inclple although the solutions solutionswere solutionswere solutionswere
were correct cor ect In principle the difference differenceof
of opinion as to the exact e < act standard of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the absolute zero led to the variation of ofanswers ofanswers ofanswers
answers answersThe answersThe answersThe
The first answer received which would wouldhave wouldhave wouldhave
have won the prize if it had assumed assumedContinued assumedContinued assumedContinued
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t Tins WILLTELL HIFT WILL VH1TELLYOU TCTf IJbLL IJbLLf YOU HOW COLD IT MUST BEY BEYr BE BEQuestionHow
f Question QustionHowcoldmustitbetobetwiceascoldas2degrees QuestionHow How cold must it be to be twice as cold as 2 degrees above zero zeroFahrenheit zeroFahrenheit zeroiFahrenhejt
r Fahrenheit FahrenheitOffer I IOff IOfftr
Offer Off r by Herald HeraldFive Five dollars d IIars to firstperson first per90n sending in the correct rred solution solutioni SO1 solkionJudgesGeorge IOn IOnI <
i Judges Jud JudgesGeorge ooGeorge George A Eaton principal of Salt Lake High school and presraent pres ent of oftttah ofI
I tttah State Teachers association William Yillh r C Ebaugh professor of chemistry chemistryI c mIstry mIstryI
I tJnlvecsity ofUtah of Utah John A Wldtsoe director directorof of department of agriculture Brig Brignam Brig1am
I ham Young university unlv r t Provo ProvoSolution ProvoI ProveSolution
I Solution agreed unanimously or bjr the judges is 22S926 degrees below zero Fah FahI Fallrenhelt
k ienhelt I i V YWinner r rIt
1 It Winner of priac prjaeF F D Keeler 35 3oswter Water street principals prmci of of Webster school schoolOut
Out of the 270 270replies replies received r iYed before hf h f r re the th contest closed cIo5 cl ned dFrlday Friday night not one onewas onewas onevas
was absolutely c6r c cOjlect f ect The 1h solution sent in Inwliich which was nearest nOOJ st the one ne agreed agr d on
t b by > y the judges ju g s was was 229 degrees dpgr e Mr Keelcr was the first person to send In thi this an anawer answer answer
swer Hence he was awarded the prize I II
I ir
F D KEELER KEELERWinner KE KEELERWinner ELER ELERWinner
Winner of Prize for First Correct Answer Answ r to How Cold Question
NEW YORKJUDGE YEJjk JOulE IN tFEOR tFEORH1 ERftOR ERftORHI
H HI H Rogers Should S80uldh S80uldHave h Have HaveBeen HaveBeen HaveBeen
Been Gompell CompeIleto CompeIletoTestfty1 to toTestify toT
Testify TestifySt T esif esifSt
St Louis Mo Feb 10 10Attorney 10AttorneyGeneral 10AttorneyGeneral Attorney AttorneyGeneral
General Hadley H dley today tod yforw1 forafarded rded to toJudge toJudge toJudge
Judge Gildersleeve Gildersleeve of i f tire t1 supreme supremecourt supreme supremecourt
court of New York City ajcSrtified a artIfied 1 1court rtified copy copyof copyof copyof
of the decision of the United Uni UnifedStates e States cir circuit circuit circult ¬
cuit court of appeals in the theca case e of o the theDowagiac theDowagiac theDowagiac
Dowagiac Manufacturing company companyversus companyversus companyversus
versus William Lochner Lochnerl which involvesthe involves involvesthe involvesthe
the precise question thatf that is pending be before beoreJudge before ¬
fore oreJudge Judge Gildersleeve 1n m the Standard StandardOH
OH company case caseThe caseThe caSeThe
The decision is favoraBle to the con contention contention cOntention ¬
tention made by Mr Hadley H Hadl dl yl r in tile tileSt theStandard tileStandard
Standard St ndard Oil case cMeThe caseThe v vThe >
The opinion writton byJustice by JUStice San Sanborn Sanborn Sanborn
born sets forth forthIt forthIt forthIt
It is not the duty d ty of aA aIiixiliary aIiixiliarycourt auxJliary auxJliarycourt llxJliarycourt
court or judge within whqSjurisdic whqSjurisdictlon who jurisdic jurisdicUon
tlon the testimony is being taken in a asuit asuit asuit
suit pending In a court of another juris jurisdiction jurisdiction jurisdiction ¬
diction to consider or determine the thecompetency theomp thecompetency
competency omp tency materiality or relevancy of ofthe orthe ofthe
the evidence which one of the parties partiesseeks partiesseeks partiesseeks
seeks to elicit elicitIt
It is s the duty of such court or judge judgeto
to compel the production of the < evi eviI evidence cvidence
I dence unless the witness pr the evi evidence evidence cvidence ¬
dence is privileged pr r it clearly cle rly and af affirmatively afftrmatlveIY affirmatively ¬
firmatively appearsthat appe that it would I be bean bean bean
an abuse of ofthe the process pr cess s of the court court to tocompel tocompelits tocompel
compel compelits its it production
OHIOWOMEN OHIO WOMEN OBJECT OBJECTTO OBJECTTO OBJECTt
TO THE PUNCH BOWL BOWLColumbus BOWLColumbus BOWLI
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Columbus 0 Feb 10 10The The various varioussocieties varioussocietes varioussocieties
societies representing the Womans WomansChristian WomansChristian WomansChristian
Christian Temperance union in Colum Columbus Columbus Columbus ¬
bus are up in arms nrmsatthe at the announce announcement announcement announcement ¬
ment that the Ohio delegation d egation in con congress congre3s congress ¬
gress decided to give Alice Roosevelt Roosevelta
a punch bowl as a wedding gift and andtheir andthe andtheir
their the r indignation is not abated nb tedlt at the thelater thelater thelater
later announcement that the delegation delegationhad
had decided to present her win a loving lovingcup lovingcup lovingcup
cup which many of the church and W WC WC WC
C T U women believe to be practical practically ¬
ly a punch bowl At a meeting of the theW theW theW
W C T U yesterday It was decided decidedto
to send a latter to Congressman Web Webber webher rcb rcbber ¬
ber thanking him for his stand against againstthe againstthe againstthe
the punch pun h bowl > owl wl and also tio to pray that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the delegation shall not present the gift giftof giftof giftof
of a punch bowl bowlMURDER bowiMURDER bowlMURDER
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MURDER SUSPECTED SUSPECTEDTacoma SUSPECTEDTacoma SUSPECTEDTacoma
Tacoma Wash Feb 10 10The The body bodyof bodyof bodyof
of Fred Overhome a longshoreman who whodisappeared whodisappeared whodisappeared
disappeared Jan 23 wasfound was found1nthe found1nthebay found In the thebay thebay
bay this morning with a dent in the theforehead theforehead theforehead
forehead It Is suspected he was mur murdered murdered murdered ¬
dered
CI CIHEYBURN
HEYBURN OUT DRIVING DRIVINGSpecial DRIVINGSpecial DRIVINGSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldWashington HeraldWashington HeraldWashington
Washington Feb 10 10Senator Senator Hey Heyburn Heyburnhas Heyburn
burn burnhas has so far recovered recov red from his re recent reoent recentillnes ¬
cent centillnes illness as to take takeadrivo a drive which he hedid hedid
did this afternoon it issaidwithout issaidwithoutthe is said without withoutthe Withoutthe
the consent d nsent of hi his h1sphysklans physicians physi ians
WILL WILL BUILD BUILDBIG BUILDBIGPACKING OlG OlGPACKING
PACKING HOUSE HOUSEutili
UtahMen Utah Men Form 200000 Corpora Corporation Corporation Coiporation
tion to Handle InterHoun InterHountain InterMountain InteiNOiintaiii
tain Business BusinessTO BusinessTO i iTO
TO FIGHT EASTERN HOUSES HOUSESPLANT HOUSESPLANTCOSTING HOUSESPLANTCOSTING
PLANT PLANTCOSTING COSTING 65000 65OOOWILL WILL BE BEBUILT BEBUILTNEAR BEBUILTNEAR
BUILT BUILTNEAR NEAR SALT SAL T LAKE LAKEAfter LAKEAfter LAKEAfter
After months of hardwork hard w work rk in ar arranging arranging arranging ¬
ranging details and financing finan lng the prop proposition proposition proposition ¬
osition the the Utah Packing Packing company companysprang companysprang companysprang
sprang into being yesterday The offi officers officers 0111cers ¬
cers and first board of directors of the thenew thenew thenew
meet meetIng meetIn meetIng
new company were elected at a
Ing In held in the afternoon They are arePresident arep arePresident
President p sident George C Whitmore Whitmoye Nephl Nephlvice Nephlvice Nephivice
vice president Miland Knight Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake treasurer and general manager managerJ
J W West Salt Lake assistant assist nt treas treasurer treaurer treasurer ¬
urer Richard Papworth Pa worth C L Lang Langsecretary Langsecretary Langsecretary
secretary The board Qf directors for the thefirst thefirst thefirst
first year is composed of D L Evans Evansof
of Milad Idaho James H Moyle Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake J A Eldedge Woods Cross J JC JC JC
C Leary Lear Salt Lake Richard Pap Papworth Papworth Papworth
worth Salt Lake W G Crawford CrawfordManti CrawtordManU CrawfordManti
Manti J r W T West W t Salt Lake John JohnE JohnE
E Austin Heber Heberand and M Knight Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake LakejLne LakeThe
LakeThe
The jLne company company is is capiuujz capitaliz u d at i 200 uv uvOCO
000 of which 165000 has already been beensubscribed beensubscribed beensubscribed
subscribed Work on the plant will be begin begin begin ¬
gin shortly The property of Knight KnightCo
Co including the present stockyards stockyardswill
will be combined in the deal dealNearly dealN dealNearly
Nearly N arly Two Years In Forming FormingIn
In May 1904 the movement which whichhas whichhas whichhas
has ended in the present development developmentof
of a packing house was begun At that thattime thattime thattime
time a meeting of stockmen in Utah Utaliand Utahand TtJtaiiand
and surrounding territory was held in inSalt inSaIt inSalt
Salt Lake for the purpose of determin determining determining determining ¬
ing the feasibility of establishing a apacking apacking apacking
packing plant large enough to take takei takecare takecare
i care of the stock in the vicinity of Salt SaltLake SaltLalte SaltLake
Lake It was decided at that time timeI timesuch timesuch
I such a plant would be a paying invest investment investment investment ¬
ment James C Leary undertook the thework thework thework
work of organizing a company for the thepurpose thepurpose thepurpose
purpose named n med Stock was w s offered for forsale forsale forsale
sale but there were few takers at that thatj thattime thattime
j time Business men gave the move movei movement movement
i ment moral but not financial support supportThe supportThe supportThe
The amount raised at that time was wasbetween wasbetween wasbetween
between 15000 and 20000 20000Finding 20000Finding 20000Finding
Finding it impossible to raise enough enoughmoney enoughmoney enoughmoney
money for the project among business businessmen businessmen businessmen
men some of the larger wholesale wholesalemeat whoIeslemeat hole ale alemeat
meat concerns cOl c rns were approached ppio ched by th thpromoters thpromoters thpromoters <
promoters On OnfJ of these t eseK1i1Jt Knight KnIh KnIhCo
Co agreed to > cjprrtbine e4nTh1i mblne KsTTKifeeSSfil KsTTKifeeSSfilwith if itS1irf itS1irfwith i M s swith
with the projected prQjc t dcoJI concern enlund under underproper underprdp r
proper pr prdp p r conditions conditionsStockmen conditionsStockmen condItiortsStockmen i
Stockmen Go In InAbout InAbout InAbout
About a ypar ago A J Robinson R flobinsonwho Robinsonwho binson binsonwho
who was interested with the other otherfounders otherfounders otherfounders
founders of the Utah Packing com cornpany
pany at its inception decided that it itwould
would be well to ask stockmen stockmenthroughout stockmenthroughout
throughout thr ou ghout the th e intermountain section sectionto sectionto
to subscribe to the stock of the com company company cornpany ¬
pany His efforts met with success successThe
The stock men together with promi prominent prom promnent ¬
nent business men In Salt Lake e aitd arq
Several other Utah and Idaho citis citi
have to date subscribed 165000 wonthi wonthiof wonthof wosthof
of the stock This amount insures the theestablishment theestablishment theestablishment
establishment of the plant It is stated statedSome statedSome statedSome
Some Who Have Subscribed SubscribedSome SubscrIbedSome SubscribedSome
Some of those who have subscribed
for stock and the number of shares
taken are areDeseret aXP aXPDeseret areDeseret
Deseret Live Stock Co Woods
Cross 50 shares Hatch Eros ros Woods
Cross 10 William W l1Iaf1 H McIntyre Salt
Lake 50 James A Eldredge Woods
Cross 50 0 Geo Whitmore Nephi 50
L S Pond P nd Thatcher Idaho 5 J p
Pond Thatcher Idaho Id h 5 Alex Harris
Cove 25 F D Keyte Mona Juab Co
2 T W Jones Salt Lake 10 J M
George Provo 1 John Austin Heber
City 10 Geo Austin Salt Lake 5
Louis C KJar Manti 10 John C KJar
Manti 10 Arnold Schiers Manti 5
James Crawford Crawfordjr jr Manti 10 W G
Crawford Manti 25 J G Crawford
Manti 5 Quince Crawford Manti 5
Mrs L I D Voorhees Manti 10 J JM M
Burns Manti 5 W G Hoggan Manti
2 James Crawford sr Manti 5 John
P Squires Manti 3 Joseph C Munk
ManU 5 H A Kearns Gunnison 5
Abe Hansen Glenwood 10 100 O W
Walker Richfield 1 A K Hansen
Richfield 5 Frank J Helper Rioh
field 5 Christian Chr sUan Tuft Monroe 10
Isaac S Hansen Glenwood 8 J M
Hansen Glenwood 1 T J RiddleCoy Riddle Coy ¬
ote 5 Andrew Lasson Fairview 5
John A Anderson Fairvlew 3 James
Anderson jr Fairview 2r 2 John W
Christensen Faiiview 2 Simon T
Beck Spring City 3 R L Madaen Ma < J5 n
Mt Pleasant 10 Richard Price Wales
1 John I Davis > avis Wales 5 Benjamin F
Thomas jr Wales 1 W C Oakey
Nephl Juab county 10 George orge R How Howard Howard Howard ¬
ard Nephi 2 Theophile G Grimand GrimandNephi GrImanNephi GrimandNephi
Nephi 25 S R Winri Nephi 5 P P PAnderson PAndermn PAndern
Anderson Nephl 10 James Christen Christensen ¬
sen Nephi 2 George Fraricom Frar comLevan Levan
2 T J Edmonds Wales 5 Samuel SamuelMclntyre SamuelMcIntyre SannielMcIntyre
McIntyre Salt Lake 50 Thomas R
Cutler Salt Lake 10 William WUliamN N Nal Nalder Nalder Nalder
der Layton 2 John C Cutler Salt SaltLake S SaltLake lt ltLake
Lake 5 George Bj Stephenson Layton
10 John W Thornley Thornle r Kaysville 10 10Charles 10Charles 10Charles
Charles R Long Salt Lake 10 J C CLeary CLeary CLeary
Leary Salt Lake 10 WJ W J Robinson RobinsonSaltf RobinsonSal RobinsonSa11
Saltf Sal Lake 50 John Steen Ste m < Goyote 10 10William 10William 10William
William B Nalder Na1derLaJtoJ1 Laytqn i Z R A ANalder ANa ANalder
Nalder Na der Laytonl Layton 1 E P Ellison Lay
ton 15 Elias Adams AdamsE Layton10 Layton ton 1 10 DE DELayton DELaytpn DELayton
Layton Layton Laytonl l George W 1 LaytonLayton Layton LaytonLayton LaytpnLayton
Layton 5 Evans Brothers CD D L Ev Evans Evans Esans ¬
ans Malad Ida 50 A 4J J Aagard AagardFountain AagaraFQJntafn agard agardFpntain
Fountain Green 5 George GeorgeE E Cook CoolrFountain CookFountain CookFountain
Fountain Green 5 Henry Jackson JacksonFountain JacksonFountain JacksonFountain
Fountain Green Gre ii 5 Henry Jackson JacksonFountain JacksonFountain JacksonFountain
Fountain Green 3 Warren Holman HolmanFountain HolmanF HolmanFOuntain
Fountain F mt1in Green 2 P p Dyreng Man Manr ManHave
ti > 2 2 r >
Have Purchased Property PropertyWithin PropertyWithin PropertyWithin
Within the past ten days interests interestsidentified interestsIdentified InterestsIdentified
identified with the Utah Packing com company company cornpany ¬
pany pany have purchased the property of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Union Stock Yards company now nowlocated nowlocated nowlocated
located near Becks Hot Springs These Theseyards Theseyards Theseyards
yards have been b en operated for several severalyears severalyears severalyears
years past by Leary Warren on onlease onlease onlease
lease from the owners of the property propertythe
the Kansas City Stock Yards company
They were obtained by the Kansas City Citycompany Citycompany Citycompany
company under foreclosure proceedings proceedingsThe
The Union Stock Yards Yar ds company was wasContinued wasContinued
Continued Continuedon onPage age 5 I
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COURT MA MAY YSTOP YSTOPGe STOP STOPGe
Ge OPBANOUET OPBANOUETOnce Oi
Once OnceHeld Held That State Property Mud MusiNot MudNotBe Nus NusNot
Not NotBe Be Used for Private PrivatePurpose PrivatPurpose PrivatePurpose
Purpose PurposeAPPLIES < lAPPLIES 1
APPLIES TO SCHOOLHOUSE SCHOOLHOUSEJUSTICE
JUSTICE JUS I1CE STRAUP TOASTMASTER4 TOASTMASTER4WILL TOASTMASTER TOASTMASTERWILLNOT TOASTMASTER1WILLNOT
WILL WILLNOT NOT BE INTERVIEWED INTERVIEWEDThat
That a school house cannot be used usedfor usedtor usedfor
for public or private dances was decid decided declded decided ¬
ed by the Utah supreme court in 1903 1903In 1903In 1903In
In the minds of many this decision d alsion ap applies applies applies ¬
plies with equal force to the use of the thenational thenational thenational
national guard armory for the Lincoln Lincolnday Llnoolnday Lincolnday
day banquet tomorrow night and nd the thedecision thedecision thedecision
decision Is urged by the friends and ad adherents adherents adherents ¬
herents ofAdjutant of Adjutant General Joseph JosephGeogheghan JosephGeoghegban JosephGeogheghan
Geogheghan as a an additional reason reasonwhy reasonwhy reasonwhy
why the armory commission should not nothave nothaye nothave
have permitted the banquetto be held heldthere heldth heldthere
there thereJustice th thereJustice
Justice D N Straup of the supreme supremecourt sfDreme sfDremeCOUl1t stpreipecourt
court is to officiate as toastmaster at atthe atthe atthe
the banquet He was not on onthe the theIlJench theIlJenchwhen bench benchwhen beachwhen
when the opinion opjni n was rendered r but butwhen butwhen butwhen
when asked last night if he was famil familiar familiar famillar ¬
iar with the decision replied repliedI =
I have some recollection of it itDeclines itDeclines ItDeclines
Declines to Be Interviewed InterviewedIn
In your judgmont Judge JudgeStraup JudgeStraupwas Straup Straupwas Strau Strauwas
was asked does the decision apply to tothe tothe tothe
the action of the armory board In per permitting permitting permitting ¬
mitting the armory to be used for a apolitical a apolltical apolitical
political banquet banquetJudge banquetJudge banquetJudge
Judge Straup displayed some irrita irritation Irritation irritatlon ¬
tion tionI
I dont care to render an opinion on onthe onthe oilthe
the subject he said and I dont con consider consider coneider ¬
sider that you y u have any right to ask ma masuch m msuch mesuch
such a question questionWhereupon questionWhereupon questionWhereupon
Whereupon Judge Straup declined d cUjled to tobe tobe tobe
be Interrogated further furtherWhat furtherWhat furtherWhat
What the Case Was WasThe WasThe WasThe
The decision in question quesU n wa wllrendered wllrenderedin warenderein rendered renderedin
in a Utah county count r case and andwns was handed handeddown handeddown handeddown
down Aug 16 1903 The ophifon was waswritten waswritten waswritten
written by Justice William M McGarty McGartyand loIcCartyand MeCartyand
and was concurred In by Chief Justice JusticeR
R N Baskin and Justice G W WBartch WBartchThe Bartch BartchThe BartchThe
The directors of the Alpine district districthad districthad districthad
had permitted the district school house houseto
to be used for dances at night In order orderto
to dance it was necessary to unscrew unscrewthe unscrewthe unscrewthe
the desks and pile them up in i the back backof backof backof
of the room Suit was brought to en enjoin enjoin enjoin ¬
join the directors Judge Thomas Ma Marioneaux Mar Marotieaux
rioneaux r oneauxthen then presiding in tbat dis district district distriet ¬
trict decided in for f 1or of the directors directorsAn
An Appeal was ras tt jad the supreme supremeurt sUpremeIDurt sUpremeourt
IDurt urt in the oP Nfe J rjfeBErj4 rear rearse1 Jare Jareirsed Qtre Qtrerse
irsed rse se1 3udgelSlSrTOri Judge JudOWlThntilz N11Pf n fctl ll and 00 granted grantedthe grantedthe grantedthe
the injunction as prayed for forWhat foiWhat
What the Decision Said Said32fee Saidrme id idlle
32fee decision used this thisThe Ja afi uage uageThe e eChe
The private use which 4tJfc it iti thus s pro proposd proposea proposea
posea to make of this public sthool r build building building building ¬
ing is unauthorized and contrary to pub public public publie ¬
lic policyas policy as it would in inefiec effect be a amisappropriation amisappropria amisappropriation
misappropriation misappropria tion of trust property and andwould andwould andwould
would also be opposed to Ute principle principlethat p1lRciplethat principlethat
that the sovereignty sover ignty cannot tax f Its citi citizens citizens citizeris ¬
zens for private purposes purposesAfter purposesAfter purposesAfter
After pointing that the sttcouIt t tc couli oouJ notunder notunder not notunder
under the constitution iewa rartjx a rtapc rt to tobuild tobulld tobuild
build or maintain either eith it1U a af mbfc COl COla or ora ora
a private dancing hall Jiwtlce Jcst ICeCariy ICeCariycontinues McCartycontinues Carty Cartycontinues
continues continuesThis continuesThis continuesThis
This being so it necessarily neces ari17 follows followslhat followslhat followsThat
lhat A board of trustees have no right rightand ri rightand ht htand
and ft Itwould would be a violation of their sworn swornduty swornduty swornduty
duty for them as is proposed in this thiscase thiscase thiscase
case to convert a public school building buildingInto buildinginto buildinginto
Into a apubIlc public or private dancing hall hallJustice halLJustice hailJustice
Justice McCarty cites an opinion ren rendered rendered rondered ¬
dered by b Justice Brewer of the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States supreme court in a Kansas case casedecision easeIn casein
In support of hIs views The McCarty McCartydecision McCartydecision
decision Is reported in 73 Pacific SOL 539May f fMay SOLMay
May Enjoin Banquet BanquetIt
It is within the realm of possibility pos lblIity that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the exasperated Geogheganties will secure securea
a restraining order Monday preventing preventingthe
the Republicans Republi R ans from holding1 bbldhi Jthelr ban banquet bsnquet ttn ttnQuet ¬
quet in the armory and if that be true truetliere truethere rue ruethere
there will bfe b a hurry call for other quar quarters qu quarters r rtors ¬
ters wherein to celebrate the national nationalday nationalday nationalday
day of Lincoln Lin < Jn and to rejoice over the theadvent theadvent theadvent
advent of the new Republican paper paperCol paperCol paperCoL
Col Geoghegan secured a weeks leave leavefrom le88from leavefrom
from Governor John C Cutler yester yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
day and left in the evening for Califor California California California ¬
nia He has h s friends enough however howeverwho boweverwho howeverwho
who would yould be glad to adopt ndopt8nf any means meansdrastic me meansdrastic ns nsdrastic
drastic or otherwise to prevent the ban banquet banon banouit ¬
quet on t from coming otft off in the armory armoryHis rrooryHIs rjnoryHis
His restoration does natTbjaeoin nli otpe effective effectiveuntil effectlyuntil effectiveuntil
until Feb 28 28TRIAL 28TRIAL 28TRIAL
r
TRIAL OF OFPAT PAT CROWE CROWEAlleged CROlJEAlleged CR0 WE WEAlleged
Alleged Kidnaper Identified Id ntified by Sev SevTeral Sevft 5ev2era1
ft Teral Witnesses VlitnessesOmaha WitnessesOmaha f fOmaha
Omaha Feb 10 10Much Much of the testi testimony testimony testimony ¬
mony in the th trial of Pat Crowe today todaywas to todaywas a awas
was intended to prove that under the thename thename thename
name of Johnson the defendant pur puri purchased purchased
chased a ponYtalleged to have been beenued beeiltaed
i ued ed by the kidnapers of Eddie Cudahy Cudahyand Cudahyand Cudahyand
and rented the cottage in the suburbs suburbsof
of the city where the boy was was kept keptpending keptpending keptpending
pending the payment pa mentof of his ransom ransomSeveral ransomSeveral ransomeyerai
Several Several persons identified Cpowe as a aman aman aman
man man they had seen about the time of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the kidnaping with Callahan who at ata ata ata
a former trial was rag identified iden tlfied by Eddie EddieCudahy EddieCudahy EddieCudahy
Cudahy as one of the kidnapers Oth Others Others 0thers ¬
ers identified photographs of Crowe Crowetaken Crowetaken Crowetaken
taken about the time of the kidnaping kidnapingCrwes kidnapingCrcwes kidnapingCrowes
Crwes appearance is said to have havegreatly havegreatly havegreatly
greatly changed in the last five years yearsTECHNICALITY yearsTECHN yearsTECHNI
TECHNICALITY TECHN CALITYr CAL1TYSMED CAL1TYSMEDBANKEREDMONDSON SAVED SAVEDBANKER SAVEDBAN
BANKER BAN BANKEREDMONDSON BANKEREDMONDSONDenver EREDMONDSON EREDMONDSONI EDMQNDSON EDMQNDSONDenver
Denver I > enver Colo Feb10 Feb10Disqiet Feb 10Distjt District Judge JudgeCarpenter JUdgeC JudgeCarpeiiter
Carpenter C rp t r today oda quashed quash d the indict indictments indictmel1ts indictmeiits ¬
ments against g inst J H Edmondson former formerpresident formerpr formerpresident
president pr sfdent of the Denver Savings S vings bank bankcliarging bankcharging bankcharging
charging embezzlement of 105000 The Thecourt Thecourt Thecotrt
court decided d cided that the crime alleged allegedwhich allegedwhich allegedwhich
which was committed in 1803 1I 3 came cameunder cameunder cameunder
under the head headof of statutory felony felonyagainst felon felonagainst felonyagainst
against which the statute of limitations limitationsruns
runs for eighteen eght eu months If It had hadeen hadJeen hadbeen
been een common law la V felony Edmondson Edmondsonould Edmondsonwould Edmondsonvou1d
would ould have been obliged to stand trial trialThere trialThere trialThere
There are still pending other indict indictmeats indictmeats
meats which charge Edmondson with withconspiracy withconspiracy wIthconspiracY
conspiracy to rob the bank bankWRECK bankWRECK bankWRECK
WRECK IN I N TEXAS TEXASEl TE5 TEXASEl < AS ASEl
El Paso Tex Feb 10 10The The Texas TexasPacific TexasP2cific TexasPacific
Pacific eastbound passenger train trainwhich trainwhich trainwhich
which left here last night was wrecked wreckedtoday wreckedtoday wreckedtoday
today near Odessa and twenty people peoplewere peoplewere peoplewere
were injured none seriously The Thechair Thechtlr Thechair
chair car and andtwo two others left the track trackat trackat trackata
at ata a a broken raiL t tj
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