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MURDER Of SJfUNlN8fRG OFSTEUNENBERGVjflLL SJfUNlN8fRGWltl
Wltl COST 1 1Detective SIX MfNS lIVSDetective LIVES LIVESDetective
Detective McParland Makes Statement Statementin StatementDenver
Jin in Denver Regarding Evidence Evidenceg EVidenceAgainst EvidenceAgainst
± g Against Union Officials OfficialsV
or
V Special to The Herald HeraldBoise HenldBoIse HerildBose
Boise Ida Feb 20 20E E F Fichardson of Denver attorney for the West Western Western Westem ¬
ern Federation F FeUeiation9f Cie 10n9f of Miners had a conference with Moyer Haywood d and Petti Pettibone Pettibone Pettibone
bone at the penitentiary this afternoon When seen this evening he was em emphatic emphatic emphatic ¬
phatic In asserting asse ing the innocence of his hI clients clientsHe cIlentsHe clientsHe
He said they did not know of the alleged confession of Orchard until he hegave hegave hegave
gave them the information They were very ery much amused saying it was a acock acock acock
cock and bull story Anything affecting the officers of the Western Federation Federationthat Federationthat Federationthat
that might have been stated by Orchard they declared was utterly false and andwithout andwIthout andwithout
without a partcle of foundation They said If he sought to connect them themwith thpmwith themwith
with the Steunenberg murder he had fabricated the story storyOrchard storyOrchard storyOrchard
Orchard they declared had no ground whataver for implicating them themIn themin themin
In that crime for which the law could hold them accountable His clients clientsRichardson clientsRichardson clientsRichardson
Richardson said were entirely easy over the outcome of the affair It was washis washis washis
his opinion that Orchard had been promised clemency for telling something somethingthat somethingthat somethingthat
that would implicate others It might be true he said that Orchard had hadtold hadtold hadtold
told of bombs having been placed under the gates of prominent men that thatthese thatthese thatthese
these had not exploded and that they had been be n found there since Orchard Orchardtold Orchardtold Orchardtold
told his story but the federation knew nothing of them themRichardson themRichardson th rn rnRichardson
Richardson said he had arranged for a preliminary hearing of his clients clientsat
at t Caldwell tomorrow They will leave at 730 in the morning reaching Cald Caldwell Caldwell Caldwell
well in about an hour The hearing may m y be held at once but it is likely the thecourt thecourt thecourt
court will set a later date and that the case will go directly to the grand grandjury grandjury grandjury
jury that will HI meet on Saturday SaturdayRichardson SaturdayRichardson SaturdayRichardson
Richardson says he never knew Fred Miller of Spokane attorney for forOrchard forOrchard forOrchard
Orchard He was certain Miller 1Iilh > r had not been employed by the federation to todefend todefend todefend
defend Orchard He said he knew James J Sullivan the Denver Denv r lawyer lawyervery lawyervery lawyervery
very well The latter was formerly in his office but now has an office for him himself hImself himself ¬
self on the same floor He did not think Sullivan ev evr r did any work for the thefederation th thfederation thfederation
federation federationSullivan federationSulUvan federationSullivan
Sullivan appeared at Caldwell soon after the murder and wished to see seeOrchard st seeOrchnrd > e eOrchnrd
Orchnrd He declared he had not been employed to defend him and would wouldhave wouldhave wouldhave
have nothing to do with the case caseFred casoFred caseFred
Fred Miller arrived at ved tonight He says the arrangement when the stlpua stlpuration stlpuation stlpuation
tion was made to continue the Orchard case was that the preliminary ques questions questions ¬
tions should be disposed of at the term of court at Caldwell that opened to today today today ¬ I
day and he was here tc attend to that matter I
1
Denver Colo Cob Feb 20 20In In an inter interview interview interview ¬
view published here today Detective DetectiveJames DetectiveJames DetectiveJames
James McParlend denies the report reportthat reportthat reportthat
that he secured a confession from Har Harry HarTl Harry
ry Orchard charged with the murder murderof
of former Governor Frank Steunenberg Steunenbergat
at Caldwell Cal weII Ida Dec 30 last implicat implicating implicatling impileatIng ¬
ing the th officers of the Western Federa Federation Federation Federation ¬
tion of Miners Iners in that crime and many manyothers man manothers manyothers
others though he lalms to have ample ampleevl ampleevi ampleevilence
evl evilence lence of their guilt guiltThere guiltThere guiltTliere
There have teen statements made by byvarious byvarious byvarious
various parties said Officer McPar McParland McParland McParJand ¬
land but I know of none made by Or Orchard Orhard Orchard ¬
chard and as I 1 have been the only man mannt manat manat
at work on tie case I think I would wouldhave wouldlave wouldhave
have lave known of It had there been one oneI oneur
ur I undertook the investigation of Gov Govquest GOYGI1iQz Govdeah
GI1iQz t H UmgerCs deMh at at4l atIMT atIMTque re request
quest que t of his personal sonal friend Governor GovernorGoodin GoyernorGoodIngand
1 Goodin GoodIngand and Governor Gooding has haspersonally haslerson hasj
j personally lerson ly paid aid what expenses exp ses have havefceen haveler haveleen
fceen ler > n incidental of my investigation investigationI
I felt it my duty uiy as a citizen of Colo Colorado Coloradl Cob Cobrad ¬
rado rad to uproot the gang and as such I Iundertook Iundertook IundertOqk
undertook the work These fellows fellowsthought fellowsthought fellowsthought
thought that It was so o long ago that I Ihad 1had Ihad
had broken up the Molly Maguires that thatI
I must now be in my dotage They Theywerent TheyWerent Theyiverent
werent afrsSd of me But there Is a aweak aweak aweak
weak spot in every wall especially such sucha
a one as that i pon which the Western WesternFederation WesternFederation WesternFederation
Federation was founded and that weak weakspot weak8Iot weakspot
spot I f fflund und IJLjfUJeofitJVloyer rLwULef > itfDyer Hay Haywood Haywood Haywood
wood and Pettibone a and d as many manymore manymore manymore
more their lives livesCharges livesCharges livesCharges
Charges Other Assassinations AssassinationsMcParlajid AssassinationsIcParJand AssassinationsMcParla
McParlajid d claims to have secured securedpositive securedpositive securedpositive
positive evidence that members of the theWestern theWestern theWestern
Western Federation planned and car carried carried carned ¬
ried out the assassination a of Detective DetectiveLyte DetectheLyte DetectiveLyte
Lyte Gregory Grego y killed mysteriously in inWest inWest inWest
West Den7er two years ago of Martin MartinGleason MarUnGleason MartinGleason
Gleason superintendent of the Wild WildHorse WildHorse WildHorse
Horse mine at Cripple Creek who was wasthrown wasthrown wasthrown
thrown down a shaft of Arthur Col Collins CollIns Collins ¬
lins superintendent suerInt dent of the Smuggler SmugglerTJnion SmugglerUnIon SmuaglerUnion
UnIon mine at Telluride who was shot shotfrom shotfrom shotfrom
from ambush of the fourteen m men menkJl1ei nwnkilleI n nklllei
klllei in n the explosion of the Indepen Independence Independence Independence ¬
dence depot n near ar Cripnle Creek June 6
1904 of Martin B Walley who was waskilled waskl11ed waskilled
killed last summer by an explosion in inthis intIlls intbls
this city a aind nd d of f other murders murdersThe murdersThe murdersThe
The killing of Walley Is said to have havebeen havebcen havebeen
been accidental the nitroglycerine with withwhich withwhich withwhich
which hew be was e killed having been placed placedon
on a a vauant Jot through which Chief ChiefJustice ChleJustice ChiefJustice
Justice Gabbert of the supreme court courtwas courtwas courtwas
was accustomed to pass aSS with the in intention intenUon Intentlon ¬
tention of killing him himrMcParland himlrcPar1and himMeParland
McParland denied the charge that he hehad be1lad hehad
had kidnaped the federation officers of ofDenver oCDenver ofDenver
Denver The papers were regular regularhe
he said and were served regularly T Tcould Tould Ioubd
could not be expected to notify their theirlawyers theirlawyers theirlawyers
lawyers that Moyer Haywood and Pet Pettibone Pettibone Pettibone
tibone were In n Jail and about to be betaken betaken betaken
taken to Idaho They knew that if they theywere theywere theywere
were captured they would never be able ableto ableto ableto
to clear themselves themsel e and were about to toleave toleave toleave
leave the country when arrested They Theyhad Theyhad Theyhad
had planned to blow up the train If any anyattempt anyattEmpt anyattempt
attempt were made to remove them to toIdaho toIdaho toIdaho
Idaho and for this reason I Insisted on onhaving onhalng onhaving
having a special train to take them out outof outof outof
of this state stateOrchard stateOrchard stateOrchard
Orchard a Detective DetectiveThe
The Times today says saysHarry saysHarry saysHarry
Harry Orchard who Is under arrest arrestIn
In Idaho charged with assassinating assassinatingformer assassin assassinatingformer tlng tlngformer
former Govarnor Gov rnor Frank Steunenberg Steunenbergand
and who has made a confession charg charging charging chargIng ¬
ing the leaders of the restern Federa Federation Federation Federation ¬
tion of Miners with instigating a num number number numher ¬
ber of dynamite outrages and murders murderswas murderswas murderswas
was in the employ of the Cripple Creek CreekMine CreekMIne Creekt1ne
Mine Owners association as a detective detectiveduring detecUveduring detectIveduring
during the great strike in the Cripple CrippleCreek CrfJJleCreek CrippleCreek
Creek district This most important importantfact imI importantfact > ortant ortantfact
fact will be used in the defense of the theaccused theaccused theaccused
accused labor l bor leaders when they are arebrought arebrought arebrought
brought to trial In the courts of Idaho IdahoThe IdahoThe IdaiioThe
The following facts have come to tothe tothe tothe
the Times front a most reliable source sourceand source sourceand sourceand
and have been carefully verified verifiedOrchard verIfiedOrchard verifiedOrcbard
Orchard was a member of the West Western Western Westem ¬
ern em Federation of Miners and employed employedIn
In the Cripnle Creek district when the tnefamous thefamous thefamous
famous strike was ordered In Novem November November 7ovember ¬
ber 1903 he h approached a conductor conductornamed conductornamed conductorI
I named Jones on the Florence Cripple CrippleCreek CrIppleCref Cripplereek
Creek Cref reek > k railroad and introduced himself himselfa
a as a brother Msson MssonI
U I I am m a member mem er of the miners minersunion mhlerunion mlperunion
union sad md Orchard and last nighf nh nIh nIhheard hfl hflhetr 1 1heard
heard hetr some of the members of the theunlrn fhpunlrn theJ
J unlrn pla inlnpp lnln to wreck a train on this thisroad tblsroad thIsroad
road I do not believe in such methods methodsand methodsand methodsand
and thought I would come to t you and andtell andtelI andtell
tell of the plot I picked you out be because beQUC beeaue ¬
cause < you are ar a Mason MasonJones MasonuTones MasonJones
uTones Jones Immediately took Orchard to toFeott toF toFeott
Feott F ott and Sterling the detectives for forthe forthe forthe
the Mine Owners OwnersopiaUan Msopiallon He re repeated reeatc reeateL ¬
peated eatc eateL Ills story storyand and Scott and Sterling
4
immediately mmediat ly employed him as a delec delective detective deectlve
tive to work for the Mine Owners asso association association association ¬
ciation He was instructed to attend attendthe attendthe attendthe
the meetings of the union and report
daily dailyOrchard
Orchard continued In the employ of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Mine Owners association until
June 1904 The day before the explo explosion explosion expboZion ¬
sion which wrecked the Independence Inde > endence
der depot > ot he collected some life insurance
du him because of the death of a rel relative reIaUe re reaUve ¬
ative ativeCharged aUeCharged aUveCharged
Charged in the Independence Crime CrimeThen Crime CrimeThen CrimeThen
Then came the explosion at the In ¬
dependence depot on June 6 and Or Orchard Orchard Orchard ¬
chard disappeared A mob took JH pos ROSseRslon posseasIon > S Ssesslon
sesslon of Cripple Creek Cree and Victor Victorand VIctorand Victbrand
and attempts were made to force con conJ confes eonfessL9alrprn
J fes fessL9alrprn Sl lClLkpm ° ILfEP many suspected parUe partiesA
A A 4t young man was suspended by his
thumbs and he finally agreed to tell tellthe tellthe
the name of the fiend end who had caused causedthe cau causedthe ed edthe
the explosion ccplosi n When he was lowered to
the ground he said saidHarry saIdHarry
4 Harry Orchard did it itThe 11The IL ILThe
The pursuit of Orchard was taken takenup takenup takenup
up bloodhounds being employed The Thepursuing Thepursuing Thepursuing
pursuing mob did not know that Or Orchard Orchard Orchard ¬
chard was In the employ of the Mine
Owners association They knew mew him himonly hituonly thnonly
only as a member of the Miners Minersunon Mlnerunion MInersun1
union unonOrchard unionOrchard un1 n nOrchard
Orchard and a companion named namedNeville namedNeville namedNeville
Neville immediately after the Inde Independence Independence Independence ¬
pendence explosion secured a rig and
drove out of Cripple Creek They went wentacross wentacross wentacross
across country countI In a northerly direction directionavoiding directionavoidIng directionavoiding
avoiding the more important towns townsWhen townsWhen townsWhen
When they reached Greeley they dis disposed dIsposed dinrosed ¬
posed of their rig and took the train trainfor trainfor trainfor
for Cheyenne On arriving in the theWyoming theWjoming theWyoming
Wyoming capital Orchard received a aconsiderable aconsiderable aconsiderable
considerable sum of money from fromfriends fromfrIends fromfriends
friends In Colorado and disappeared disappearedHe
He returned returl1ed to Denver last April Apriland Apriland Apriland
and visited the headquarters of the theWestern theWestern theWestern
Western Federation of Miners In this thiscity thIsci thiscity
city ci He said that he feared arrest be because because because ¬
cause of the charges made against him himIn hImIn himin
In connection with the Independence Independenceexplosion IndependenceexplosIon Independenceexplosion
explosion and had therefore changed changedhis
his name to Hogan For a time he heworked heworked heworked
worked for various insurance com companies companies cornpanics ¬
panies In this city and last August de departed departed departed ¬
parted from Colorado saying he was wasgoing wasgoing wasgoing
going to New York The next heard of ofhim ofhim ofhim
him he had been arrested in Idaho Idahocharged Ida Idahocharged o ocharged
charged with the assassination of ofSteunenberg ofSteunenberg ofSteunenberg
Steunenberg SteunenbergNeville SteunenbergNeville SteunenbergNevllle
Neville Never Prosecuted ProsecutedNeville ProsecutedNevilIe ProsecutedNeville
Neville Orchards companion dur during during during ¬
ing the flight from Cripple Creek was wasarrested wasarrested wasarrested
arrested In Wyoming and taken back backto backto backto
to Cripple Creek to answer to the thecharge thecharg thechargd
charge of dynamiting the Independ Independence ¬
ence depot No serious attempt was wasever wasever wasever
ever made to prosecute him Sheriff SheriffBell SheriffBell SheriffBell
Bell of Cripple Creek claims that thatNeville thatNeville thatNeville
Neville confessed to him that he and andOrchard andOrchard andOrchard
Orchard dynamited the depot It Is Issaid Issaid issaid
said that Neville is now dead This Thislatter Thislatter Thisbatter
latter statement the th Times has ha been beenunable beenunable beenunable
unable to verify verifyThe verifyuThe verifyThe
The alleged confession of Harry HarryOrchard HarryOrchard HarryOrchard
Orchard contains so many sensational sensationalstatements sensationalstatements sensationalstatements
statements that it was deemed best to toinvestigate toinvestigate toinvestigate
investigate them as far as possible be before before before ¬
fore ordering the extradition of Presi President President President ¬
dent Moyer Secretary Haywqod and andformer andformer andformer
former Executive Committeeman Pet Pettlbone Pettibone Pettibone ¬
tibone and it was only after such in investigation Investigation investigation ¬
vestigation the Colorado authorities authoritiesstate authoritiesstate authoritiesstate
state that it was decided to honor the therequisition therequIsition therequisition
requisition of the governor of Idaho IdahoThe IdahoThe IdahoThe
The bomb that was intended to kill killLuther kiIlLuther killLuther
Luther M f Goddard justice of the thesupreme thesupreme thesupreme
supreme court of Colorado it Is said saidwas saidwas saidwas
was dug up last Thursday by Adju Adjutant Adjutant Adjutant ¬
tant General Bulkely Wells and two twodetectives twodetectives twodetectives
detectives itx itxbeing it being found at the exact exactContinued exactContinued exactContinued
Continued on Page 2 2RANSOIDJOl 2T 2RANSOMED 2RANS0MED
RANSOIDJOl RANSOMED RANS0MED uifi T BUr PRiSONER PUdRNew
New Mexican Ranchman Still StillHeldin StillHeld StillHeldin
Heldin Held in Mogollon MogoIlonOunJ MogoIlonOunJtains M oun ountains n ntains
tains by Captaiti CaptaitiEI Cagtq CagtqEl
+ El Paso Tex TexPP1 Feb SpMche 2Q Th ban q ai4 ai4lt I IQJt fc fclit
+ QJt lit lt who kidnap Oploriei 00plonef1iobert 00plonef1iobertfIannlgan f obertf obertfHannigan +
+ 4 Hannigan the Deuilng N M 1Lranchman + 4ranchman
4 ranchman from a stage near Sil Silf Silyer Sibver +
+ f ver City N M are alleged to have havecolIect havecol1ecti + f ff
+ f collected colIect l 2000 ransom money to tofdate todate todate +
+ fdate date 1000 from the colonel and and100o 4 +
> 1000 from his son yet they still stilIhold stillhold +
4 hold him Officers Ofllce fear to attack ttackthem 4 +
4 4 them in their retreat retr t in Mogollon MQgollonmountains Mogollonmountains 4 +
4 + mountains lest they kill thefprls th prls prlsoner ris 4 +
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GARFIELD MAKES MAKESSWEEPING MAKESSWEEPING
SWEEPING DENIAL DENIALS
Says S ysThat That Statements of the Packers Packerson
on the Stand Are AreUntrue AreUntrue AreUntrue
Untrue UntrueChicago UntrueChiclgo UntrueChicago
Chicago Feb 20 20Com 20Comrnlsskllter Commissioner ssioner of ofCorporations ofCorporations ofCorporations
Corporations Garfield took the stand standtoday standtoday standtoday
today in the packers case c cas andjlenied andjleniedmdChy and denied deniedn deniedthdny
mdChy n nyo of f Vie statements made by the thehearing thewitu thethC
witu e 91t F s n the thehearIng thChearing
hearing of the case now in progress progressI pr prOg gres9 gres9EdWard sS sSEdward
I Edward Morris Edward Swift and andArthur andArthur andArthur
Arthur Meeker representatives rep ent tives r re respecUvefy respectivelj f fspectively
spectively of the paoklng pqo1d 1g firms of Nel Nelson N Nelson el elsonlIorris ¬
son sonlIorris Morris Qo Swift Co and andt andArmour andArmour
t Armour tb all testified that Com Commissioner Commissioner Cornmissioner ¬
missioner Garfield had told them that thatI thathis thathis
I his department had the power to com compel compel cornpel
pel information if they refused to give gIveIt
i it willingly willinglyMr
Mr Garfield today on the stand sta d de declared declared dedared ¬
clared that he had never made such a astatement astatement astatement
statement He also denied that he had hadever hadever hadever
ever promised immunity to the pack packers packers packera ¬
ers saying that the only protection protectionthat protectionthat protectionthat
that had been promised was protection protectionfor protectionfor
for the individual packers p ckers of their theirconfidential theirconfidential theirconfidential
confidential figures This he said had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been given them and although the theaverage theaverage theaverage
average of these confidential figures figureshad figureshad figureshad
had been given in the report of the thecommissioner thecommissioner thecommissioner
commissioner dn cm the beef eef inquiry in individuals indivIduals individuals ¬
dividuals had been respected and their theirnames theIrnames theirnames
names had not been given He also alsodenied alsodenied alsodenied
denied positively that he promised that thatall thatall thatall
all Information would be regarded as asconfidential asconfidential asconfidential
confidential He also denied that he hehad hehad hehad
had at any time said anything regard regarding regarding regarding ¬
ing an oath in connection with the theinquiry theinquiry theinquiry
inquiry Mr Garfield was the first firstwitness firstwitness fitstwitness
witness for the government the pack packers packers packem ¬
ers em having rested their case shortly shortlybefore shortlybefore shortlybefore
before the noon recess of court today todayv todayMr todayMr
v Mr Garfields Testimony TestimonyCommissioner TestimonyCommissioner TestimonyCommissioner
Commissioner Garfield told of his hiscoming bIscoming hiscoming
coming to Chicago Chica o and meeting the thepackers thepackers thepackers
packers his account acco nt of the occurrences occurrencesand occurrencesnd occurrencesand
and nd conversaticns not differing in any anyessential anyessen anyessential
essential essen lIal from those given by the wit witnesses witnesses witnesses ¬
nesses for the packers He declared declaredhowever declaredhowever declaredhowever
however that Mr Krauthoff the at attorney attorney attorney ¬
torney who had advised Mr Armour to toallow toallow toallow
allow the inspection of their th lr books and andplants andplants andplants
plants told him that he would consider consideran cons der deran
an inspection by a federal officer of the thebeef tl1ebeef thebeef
beef business rather an advantage than thanotherwise thanotherwise thanotherwise
otherwise to the packe packes packesHe s sHe sHe
He declared that Mr Krauthoff asked askedwhat askedwhat askedwhat
what would ould be b done with the informa information information informatlon ¬
tion given by the packers and vas v s in informed informed Informed ¬
formed by the witness that it would be begiven begiven begiven
given to the president presidentMr presidentMr
Mr Krauthoff asked what the presi president prsldent president ¬
dent would w ld do with it and Commis Commissioner CommIssioner Cominissioner ¬
sioner Garfield declared that he could couldnot couldnot couldnot
not answer that question but added addedI
4I I told him that of course the pres president presIdent president ¬
ident would not make any Improper use useof useof useof
of It
Did ItDid you say s y that the packers would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be protected if they gave the informa information information inforinalion ¬
tion 1 1I
tionI
I did not notDid notDId notDid
Did you say say that all information informationwould informationwould InformatIonwould
would be strictly confidential confidentialNo
No I did not notWhat noluWhat notWhat
What did Id you do with the confiden confidential confidential confidential ¬
tial Information you secured securedIt secure secureUIt
UIt It was made Into averages and giv given gIven glven ¬
en to the president presidentWas presidentWas presidentWas
Was No Confidential Information InformationThe
The witness added that no confiden confidential confidential confidential ¬
tial Information other than that aver averaged averaged averaged ¬
aged and contained In his official report reporthad reporthad reporthad
had been given to the president presidentDid presIdentDid presidentDid
Did you say anything to Mr Kraut Krauthoff Krauthorf Krauthoff ¬
hoff about an oath asked District At Attorney Attorney Attorney ¬
torney Morrison MorrisonNo
No NoDid NoDId NoDid
Did you say that you would let them themknow themknow themknow
know about an oath oathI oathIdidnot C CI
I Ididnot IdidnotThe did not notThe J JThe
The witness witn s then told of jrjeetipg E6r E6rward Eq Eqwarl E Eward
ward ward Morris Edward EWjjf E1aiid and Jessa JessaP JessrP Tes TesP
P Lyman yman and declared that fh fhathfs tb hfs s Inters Intersviews inte inteviews Inteiviews
views with them were similar similar to the theone thitone th thone
one had with Mr r KrauthofT KrauthofrHow KrauthottHow S SHow
How did you happen to come dome to Chi Chicago Chlj Chljcago Chicage ¬
cago Feb 28 asked the district at attorney attome attorn ¬
tome torneyI tomeI torn
tornI I came here so that thtthe the packers packersnilgh pa patkeramIghee kers kersmlgh
nilgh mIghee see ee that I had used In irL my report reportthe reportthefi reportthe1itrs
the thefi the1itrs fl fwrs t s taken fronji fromthefr their books m mlino lI lIUna inlisa
lisa rth our agreemenj agreei m I wanted wantedContinued wanterContinued wantedp wantedContinued
Continued < onP on mjPage Page g 2
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POPE VflDE PIUS OHIO flub nionnooEo DISCUSSES SITUATION 01
rurt al alSays IN FRANCSays FRANC FRANCESays
Says Frenchmen Are Excitable and Too Hurried but Believes BelievesFrance BelievesFrance BelievesFrance
France Will Not Separate Herself From the Church ChurchCatholics ChurchCatholics ChurchCatholics
Catholics to Suffer Persecution
London Feb 21 21The The Daily Express Expressthis Expressthis Expressthis
this morning prints an interview with withPope withPope withPope
Pope Plus by its Rome correspondent correspondenton
on the policy of the Vatican on the thechurch thechurch thechur
church chur h question in France After re remarking remarking remarking
marking that the abrogation of the theconcordat theconcordat theconcordat
concordat had not yet been officially officiallygiven officiallygiven officiallygiven
given to him and that it was permissi permissible ¬
ble for him to wonder to whom France Francewould Francewould Francewould
would entrust the notification now that thatshe thatshe thatshe
she no looser had a reDreEentaliv teseIitatiseaj teseIitatiseajtkieticb at attheJfvtican t tthe
theJfvtican the ca the th th161II 6p8 commented cmmenteikra cmmenteikrapro cOmmeflteterokehftI1y re reproachfully ¬
proachfully pro chfnlly on til tliti1 thiniatflncedlsplayed thiniatflncedlsplayedby impatience ipati ncedispltJyoo ncedispltJyooby displayed displayedby
by French Ft nch Catholics CatholicsOh
Oh those Frenchmen he said al always always always ¬
ways in a hurry hurryalays always restless al always always always
ways excitable excitableThe e excitableThe itable itableThe
The single word wait his holiness holinessremarked holinessremarked holInessremarked
remarked would suffice to indicate his hispolicy hispolicy hispolicy
policy Certainly I shall speak in my myown myown myown
own good od time timeand and that time is not notyet notyet notyet
yet he added uIt It is a treacherous treacherouslaw treacherouslawfull treacherouslawfull
law lawfull full of snares and pitfalls Its Itspassage Itspassage
1 passage Is not everything It has yet to tobe tobe tobe
be applied When ben we are able to ascer ascertain ascertain ascertam ¬
tain tam the exact position of our ad adver adverT adver1AKED ver verTALKED
TALKED T FOil38IIOUR FOB 3811 36 HOUR BILL BILLRailway BillRailway liftRailway
Railway Man and Cattle Grow Growers Growers Growers ¬
ers Appear Before Commit Committee Comnlittee Comnilttee ¬
tee of Senate SenateWashington SenateWashingtonL SenateWashington1
Washington Feb 20 20Thehouse The house com committee committee cornmittee ¬
mittee on Interstate and foreign com commerce commerce cornmerce ¬
merce conducted a hearing hearing today on the theStephens theStephens theStephens
Stephens bill extending from twenty twentyeight twentyeight twentyeight
eight to thirtysix hours the time live livestock livestock livestock ¬
stock may be permitted by carriers to toremain toremlin toremain
remain in cars c rs Edgar Van Etten vice vicepresident vIcepresIdent vicepresident
president of f the New York Central rail railway railway railway ¬
way Murdo MacKenzie of Trinidad TrinidadColo TrinidadColo TrinidadCob
Colo Cob president of the American Na National National National ¬
tional Livestock association M P PBuell PBuelI PBuell
Buell president of the Chicago Live Livestock Livestock Livestock ¬
stock exchange ex hange John Moore chairman chairmanof
of the railway committee of the Chica Chicago Chicago Chlcago ¬
go Livestock exchange and M C Cow CowanFort CowanFort CowanFort ¬
anFort Worth Tex representing the theTexas theTexas theTexas
Texas Cattle C itIe Raisers association were wereamong wereamong wereamong
among the speakers who appeared apI > earedin earedinsUPport in insupjjort insuppOrt
sUPport of the bill All of them urged urgedthat urgedthat urgedthat
that an extension of the twentyeight twentyeighthour
hour limit was necessary to the ad advancement advancement advancernent ¬
vancement of the cattle industry and andInsisted andInsisted andInsisted
Insisted that the additional time would wouldwork would1ork wouldvork
work less hardship than cattle suffer in inthe Inthe Inthe
the extra transfer from cars to stock stockyards stockyards stockyards
yards made necessary by the shorttime shorttimelimit shorttimeUmi shorttimelimit
limit t
tLUNCHEON
LUNCHEON FOR SUSAN SUSANBirthday SUSANBirthday SUSANBirthday
Birthday of Aged Woman Suffragist SuffragistIs
Is Celebrated CelebratedNew CelebratedNew CelebratedNew
New York Feb 20 20A A luncheon was wasgiven wasgiven wasgiven
given today at the Hotel Astor in hon honor honor honor ¬
or of the eightysixth birthday anni anniversary anniversary auntversary ¬
versary of Susan B Anthony It had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been expected that Miss Anthony Anthonywould Anthonywould Anthonywould
would be present but her strength was wasnot wasnot wasnot
not sufficient to permit her to come comedown comedown comedown
down from her home In Rochester A Amessage Amessage Amessage
message of greeting was sent to her herThe herThe herThe
The luncheon was given by the In Interurban Interurban Interurban
terurban Political Equality council councilAbout councilAbout councilAbout
About 400 women were present and andseven andseven andseven
seven men Mrs Carrie Chapman Catt Cattpresided Cattpresided Cattpresided
presided One of the speakers was Wil William WilHam Wil11am ¬
liam M Ivins Republican candidate candidatefor
for mayor of New York at the last lastelection lasteleatlon lastelection
election who declares that men have havenoJdght haven havenoIght
noJdght n ifJght to withhold suffrage from wo women wom women ¬
men menNEGRO m menNEGRO t ti
ment i t 1 1NEGRO
NEGRO PAYS P YS PENALTY PENALTYijroTn P PENALTYFOR NAL TY TY2jfi
F 2jfi 2jfiF FOR I OUS OFFENSE
J
B1rminghaxi IrminghaJ 1 Feb 20A specIal specIalr specialr5in
ijroTn r r5in mAndaluf AndaluaS JiCj c says that at mld mldIfnighi mld19nt midniit
Ifnighi niit 19nt last nJifigfenegro nfi nigT ij1egro r negro named PedJ PedJgre
fgree fg gre forced aji a ancULrance egtrance rance to the home hope of ofj orromlnant ofa
j a J promlnant promin romlnant nt V white ite l citizen In the th out outaklrts outSkirts outjkiits
Skirts of the th mFn QW1I wn and assaulted assaul ed a aytmng ang ayOflg
ytmng ng woman LJErly today arppsae a p posse sse lo loiqated 10iC lod
iqated iC d ted the negrpffand ne1rt 1d he was wasJId Identified IdentifiedbyShis Identified3his ntified ntifiedQ
Q byShis > 3his his vicUnrSpDfie vlctlm vIct1miThe l posse started to toj jail jailVifh jailhlrn l1 l1l
Vifh l hIm whgnvhe wh whe4j j1 the negro broke 1r < k away awayndT awaydJn awaynd
dJn ndT nd i1t began gan to toii i1ffic1fe oni Ht H was quicKly Q lc1 y shot shot5oSeath shotgcath shotttdcath
5oSeath gcath by members rs of oftheJp theiposse se see
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saries we will wlIlin in turn disclose ours We Weare Weare Weare
are ready readyIn
In a further conversation the pope popeaccording Dope Dopeaccording popeaccording
according to the correspondent said saidhe saidhe saidhe
he was willing to be called inert but butInert butin butInert
Inert in rt in the hands of God who upheld upheldhim upheldhIm upheldhim
him and for whom he would be strong strongly ¬
ly active when the day came for ac action action action ¬
tion tionCatholics
Catholics are about to suffer perse persecution persecutIon parsecutlon ¬
cution for their faith faithP Jie continued continuedbut
but let them not fear France will willnever willDever willnever
never finally t finallyscparate separate Scpti ratehers herself lf from that thatchurch thatfchurch thatchurchLg
church churchLg to g wbjfch wJtr h she has always re remained reinatn re remandd ¬
mained inatn d faithful In spite of so many at attempts at1empts attempts ¬
tempts to estrange her herThe herThe herThe
The pope then briefly mentioned what whatmay whatmay whatma
may ma be expected in the future He al alluded alludOd alIlidod ¬
luded to the coming convention of the thecouncil thecouncil thecouncil
council of bishops in France and to tothe tothe tothe
the creation if necessary of a sort of ofstate otslate ofstate
state council of the church which will willbe willbe willbe
be joined by the most distinguished of offormer offormer offormer
former judges and presidents or nota notabilities notabilities notabilities ¬
bilities of judicial orders often repeat repeatIng repeatIng
Ing gently the expression I promise promiseyou promiseyou
you it will all be done little by little littleWHISKY UttleWHISKY littleWHISKY
WHISKY MANS ARGUMENT ARGUMENTCounsel
Counsel for Wholesalers Oppose OpposeHepburnPure OpposeHepburn OpposeHepburnPure
HepburnPure Hepburn Pure Food Bill Billi BillWashlngton
i it itWashingtpn ifWashington
Washingtpn Washington Feb 20 20Warwick Warwick G GMough GIough GMoubh
Mough of St Leu Lcuis Lculs Is general counsel of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the National Wholesale Liquor Dealers Dealersassociation DealersssocIatIonsJcke DealersassocIation
association ssocIatIonsJcke spcke before the house housecommittee housecommittee housecommittee
committee on interstate and foreign foreigncommerce foreigncommerce foreigncommerce
commerce today toda in opposition to the theHepburn theHepburn theHepburn
Hepburn pure food bill He said the theprovisions theprovisions theprovisions
provisions relating to whisky did not notInsure notinsure notInsure
Insure purity and were misleading A Astraight Astraight Astraight
straight whisky may be either pure or orImpure orImpure orImpure
Impure he said and a blended whisky whiskyalso whiskyalso whiskyalso
also may be either pure or impure All AHwhisky Allwhisky Allwhisky
whisky Is ah an artificial and not a natural naturalproduct naturalproduct naturalproduct
product and he said It Is not fair to tocompel tocompel tocompel
compel distillers to make public their theirformula theirformula theirformula
formula for flavoring whisky whisky1 as this is isa Isa Isa
a trade secret and has nothing to do dowith dowith dowith
with the purity or impurity of the theproduct theproduct theproduct
product so far as wholesomeness Is Isconcerned Isconcerned Isconcerned
concerned concernedBUCHANAN concernedBUCHANAN concernedBUCHANANISNAMED
BUCHANAN BUCHANANISNAMED BUCHANANISNAMEDWill IS NAMED NAMEDWill
Will Head American Delegation at atConference atConference atConference
Conference of Republics RepublicsWashington RepublicsWashington RepublicsWashington
Washington Feb 20 20It It was said at atthe atthe atthe
the state department today that Wil William WilUam Wil11am ¬
liam I Buchanan would head the theAmerican theAmerican theAmerican
American delegation to the third in international International Internatlonal ¬
ternational conference of American re republics republics republics ¬
publics which swill wlll meet at Petropo Petropolis Pef opo opolis
lis Brazil next July JulyMr Julyfr JulyMr
Mr fr Buchanan was appointed min minister minister mm mmister ¬
ister to the Argentine confederation as asa asa asa
a Democrat by President Cleveland Clevelandand Cleyelandand Clevelandand
and was retained there by the late latePresident latePresident latePresident
President McKinley He was subse subsequently subsequently subsequently ¬
quently director general of the Pan PanAmerican PanAmerican PanAmerican
American exposition at Buffalo and andheaded andheaded andheaded
headed the American delegation to the thesecond thesecond thesecond
second conference of American repub republics republIcs republics ¬
lics in Mexico several years ago agoTO agoTO agoTO
TO RECLAIM RECLAIM3OP000 30000 ACRES ACRESMormons ACRESMormons ACRESMormons
Mormons in Chihuahua Engage in inBig inBig inBig
Big Irrigation Scheme SchemeSpecial SchemeSpecial SchemeSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldEl HeraldEl
El Paso Tex Feb 20 20The The Mormons Mormonsof
of Casas Grandes Chihuahua are pre preparing preparing preparing ¬
paring to add 30000 additional acres of ofcultivated ofcufttvated ofcultivated
cultivated land to their colony by con constructing constructing constructiiig ¬
structing irrigation canals from Casa CasasGrandes C CGrandes CasaGrandes
Grandes river which will be b dammed dammedThe dammedThe dammedThe
The canals will follow the course courSe of the theancient theancIent theancient
ancient canals usedaby UEe y the Aztecs Aztecsi AztecsWork AzteCSWork
i Work will start afoprj awig aTTOofl as the present presentfloods pre presentfloods 1Jt 1Jtfloods
floods subside subsideMANY 1
i Jt JtMANY r rMANY >
MANY DEAD A i KHARTOUM KHARTOUMf HARTOUMLondon ARTOUM ARTOUMLondon
+ London Feb 20 The Whe Evening EveningNews EveningNews + f
4 + News this afternoon published a adl 4 +
4 + dispatch dl patch from Cairo Egypt an announclng annotincing + f frf
rf nouncing that a great explosion explosionTh + f
+ tesjias Th S s occurred at the British bar barIn bariq +
iq In Khartoum KhartoumonsIderable Khartoum4tisIderabie
4tisIderabie 1 onsIderable loss of life and of ofr 44iuOh
r 4iuOh uCh damage are reported reportedtfrt reportedfttt4 +
tfrt fttt4 t t t ttt + t t tt PUt4 t t t t t t t t t tf
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THREE SCHOOlS SCHOOlSWIll
WIll WILLBE BE BUll BUllB BUILr BUILrB
B Board ard of Education Will Expend I
4 105000 Within Next Year Yearfor Yearfor Yearfor
for Buildings BuildingsMAKES BuildingsMAKES BuildingsMAKES
MAKES DEFICIT DEFICIIOF OF 17000 17000OTHER 17000OTHER 17000OTHER
OTHER ROUTINE RO TINE BUSINESS BUSINESSTRANSACTED BUSINESSTRANSACTED BUSINESSTRANSACTED
TRANSACTED LAST NIGHT NIGHTThe NIGHTI NIGHTThe NiGHTsThe
I
The board of education last night nightadopted nightadopted nightadopted
adopted the recommendations of the thegrounds thegrounds thegrounds
grounds and building committee for forthe forthe forthe
the construction of two twelve room roomschool ro roomschoolhouses m mschool
school schoolhouses houses and a gymnasium for the theSalt t11eSalt theSalt
Salt Lake High school estimated at atthe atthe atthe
the the cost of 105000 One school house houseis
is to be constructed in the southwest southwestern ¬
ern em part of the city for 40000 to re relieve relie relieve ¬
lieve lie e the Grant and Franklin schools schoolsA
A similar school house is to be built in inthe inthe inthe
the northwestern part of the city to torelieve torelieve torelieve
relieve the Union school so that part partof partof partof
of the building can be used by the High Highschool HIghschool Highschool
school students This Is also to cost cost40C0
40000 The High school gymnasium Is Isto IstQ Isto
to de be erected at the cost of 25000 25000The 25000The 25000The
The building and grounds committee committeewas
was authorized to call c ll for plans and andhave andhave andhave
have them presented before the board boardas
as soon as possible for for consideration It ItIs Itis Itis
Is estimated that that the amount of money moneyin
in the school fund for building pur purpose purpose purpose ¬
pose will have amounted to 88000 by byJuly byJuly byJuly
July 1907 This is a deficit of 17000 17000over 17000over 17000over
over the funds allotted to building pur purposes purposes purposes ¬
poses which whi h was voted for last night nightby nightby nightby
by the board of education to be ex expended expended expended ¬
pended within the coming year yearTwo yearTwo yearTwo
Two Votes Against Move MoveAfter MoveAfter MoveAfter
After the recommendation of the thegrounds thegrounds thegrounds
grounds and building committee was wasread wasread wasread
read before the board for the construc construction construction construetion ¬
tion of the three buildings a discussion discussionfollowed discussIonfollowed discussionfollowed
followed which lasted about three threehours threehours threehours
hours When the motion for the adop adoption adoption adoption ¬
tion of the recommendation was placedbefore placed placedbefore placedbefore
before the board A G Glauque and C CS CS CS
S Martin were the only members who whovoted whoVoted whovoted
voted against i iV it During the discussion discussionMr
Mr Giauque proposed to amend the themotion themotion themotion
motion of H P Henderson who moved movedto
to adopt the recommendation > D by add adding adding adding ¬
ing another eightroom school house houseto
to the list to be built in Poplar Grove Groveat Groveat Groveat
at the cost of 23000 Upon presenting presentingtills presentingtlIisamendment
tills tlIisamendment amendment M M Thomas took the thefloor thefloor thefloor
floor and accused Mr Giauque of try tryIng trying trying
Ing to push through a rider to defeat defeatthe defeatthe defeatthe
the building of a gymnasium at the theHighsehoot theHighfiJchool theHighschooL
Highsehoot MrvGIauque Ir Glauque resented resented11Is resented11Isin this thisIn
In in a stirring manner but before there therewas therewas therewas
was any discussion discus ion the question was wascalled wascalled wascalled
called for and the amendment was de defeated defeated defeated ¬
feated by a vote of eight to two twoIn twoIn twoIn
In the recommendation of the build buildIng buildIng buildlug
Ing and grounds committee it was wasstated wasstated wasstated
stated that the residents of the north northwestern northwestern northwestern ¬
western part of the city would ould donate donateten donateten donateten
ten lots for building site In block 91 91plat 91plat 91plat
plat C providing that four of the ad adjoining adjoining adjoining ¬
joining lots would be purchased for the thesum thesum thesum
sum of 700 making a building site of of160x297 of160x297 of160x297
160x297 feet The site of the school to tobe tobe tobe
be erected in the Ulntah school district districtis
is estimated at the t e cost of 2000 by bythe bythe bythe
the building and grounds committee committeePlans committeePlans committeePlans
Plans for Gymnasium GymnasiumThe Gymnas um umThe
The committee also presented three threepropositions threepropositions threepropositions
propositions from architects in regard regardto
to the size sIz of the gymnasium and the thecost thecost thecost
cost They were as follows Twostory Twostorybuilding TwostorybuildIng Twostorybuilding
building 40x80 feet 22000 60x120 feet
43000 65x130 feet 50000 In each case casenothing casenothing casenothing
nothing except the actual construction constructionof
of the thebuildJng building was considered In the theestimates theestimates theestimates
estimates estimatesWhen estimatesWhen estimatesWhen
When the motion for the building of ofa ora ofa
a gymnasium was presented to the theboard theboard theboard
board by Judge Henderson it read that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the building was to be not less than than50x100 thanbOxlOO than50x100
50x100 feet in the clear and was to be beone beone beone
one story high The board authorized authorizedthe
the committee in passing the motion to toget togel toge
get ge an estimate of the cost of such a abuilding abuIldIng abuilding
building and present it before the next nextmeeting nextmeeting nextmeeting
meeting of the board It was decided decidedthat decIdedthat decidedthat
that the two school houses should be besimilarly besimUarfy besimilarry
similarly built and that but one set of ofplans orplans ofplans
plans would be required requiredIndependent requiredIndependent requiredindependent
Independent Company Wins WinsThe WinsThe WinsThe
The Independent Telephone company companywon companywon companywon
won its exclusive e clusive right to install tel telephones telephones telephones ¬
ephones in the High school and the theBryant theBryant theBryant
Bryant school last night when the theboard theboard theboard
board ordered the Rocky Mountain Bell BellTelephone BellTelephone DellTelephone
Telephone company to touKe taKe out IJutltS its in instruments Instruments instruments ¬
struments at once It was stated that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the Bell telephone had been installed installedfor Installedfor
for Principal George A Eatons per personal personal personal ¬
sonal use but it violated the contract contractsigned contractsigned contractsigned
signed with the Independent company companyThe companyThe companyThe
The committee also offered the fol following following foblowing ¬
lowing recommendations for adoption adoptionThat adoptionThat adoptionThat
That the contract for the toilet room roomaddition roomaddition roomaddition
addition at the Washington school be beawarded beawarded beawarded
awarded to Ashton Bros for 1929 that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the contract for heating and plumbing plumbingat
at the Washington school be awarded awardedto
to Higson Rossiter for 2252 The Thetioard ThetJoard Theboard
board accepted the recommendation recommendationpresented recommendationpresented recommendationpresented
presented by the committee committeeWhen commltteWhen committeeWhen
When the recommendation for the thesale thesale thesale
sale of the Irving school Second West Westand W Wand Westand
and Fourth North streets was read It Itwas itwas Itwas
was objected to by Professor Byron ByronCummings ByronCummings ByronCummings
Cummings The highest bid was as 3850 3850made 3850made 3850made
made by Nephi I L Morris orrIs and nd after aftersome aftersome aftersome
some discussion It was laid on the tableuntIl table tableuntil tableuntil
until the next meeting meetingAttorneys meetingAttorneys meetingAttorneys
Attorneys Get Fees FeesUpon FeesUpon FeesUpon
Upon the recommendation of ofthe the com committee committee cornmittee ¬
mittee on finance the following appro appropriations appropriations appropriations ¬
priations were made by the board That
310 be paid to Ray Van Cott and 300 300to 300to 300to
to E B Critchlow for legal services s rvIces in incourt incourt incourt
court in the case of the San Pedro Los LosAngeles LosAngeles LosAngeles
Angeles Salt 1lt Lake Route against a Inst the theboard thebo theboard
board bo rd of f education e eduatIon lcatlon The committee oh ohteachers onteachers on onteachers
teachers recommended that the resig resignation reslgnatlon resignation ¬
nation of pf f MJss Miss Lou L Lewis be b accept accepted accepted accepted ¬
ed to totake take1 tO effect Feb 23 that Miss MissMary MissMary MissMary
Mary Hoag be granted a leave of ab absence absence absence ¬
sence until the end of the school year yearand yearand yearand
and that Samuel Doxey be given a aleave a1eave aleave
leave of absence until the end of the theschool theschool theschool
school year on account of his healthThe health healthThe healthThe
The recommendations were weregccepted weregcceptedA accepted acceptedA
A resolution was as presented to the theTjoard theboard theboard
board by Mrl lIr Thomas I that In memory memoryof
of the late William William Illiam Pinney supervisor supervisorof
of buildings a bronze tablet properly properlyinscribed properlyinscribed properlyinscribed
inscribed be placed P1n eg in an appropriate appropriateplace appropriateplace appropriateplace
place In the Lafayette aette school In recog recognition recognitton recognition ¬
nition ofhis of his wqfkjtih worih wor1 h planning the con construction construction construction ¬
struction of the th building The resolu resolution resolution resolution ¬
tion was adopted
AY MORAN MORANFOR MORANFOR
FOR POOR WORK WORKAmerican
American Councilmen Would W WouiaAllow WouiaAllowHiiii ouId Allow AllowHim AllowHim
Him Big Extras xtras for forOwn forHis1 forHis1Own His Hisjr
Own Mistakes MistakesCONDUIT Mistakesq MistakesqCONDUIT NistakesCONDUIT jr
CONDUIT GRAB ISSG IS ISSANDAL ISSANDALBAD SQftNDAL SQftNDALc NJDAL NJDALA
c
A >
BAD CONCRETE IS CAUSE OF OFLEAKS OFLEAKS OFLEAKS
LEAKS WHERE ICICLES FORM FORMContractor FORMContractor FQRMContractor
Contractor P J T Moran whovwields whovwieldsa wii lelds leldsa
a powerful Influence with the theuAmerl theuAmerlcan Ameri American American ¬
can party leaders In the city govern governfor government government
ment is to be paid more than t f1 75000 75000for OOO OOOfor
for extras on the Big Coltoriwood Coltoriwoodconduit CoUonwoodconduit Cottoiiwoodconduit
conduit instead of being compelled to toreplace toreplace toreplace
replace at his own expense leaking leakingand leakingand leakingand
and crumbling concrete which he has hasused hasused hasused
used In the conduit Such Is the com comment comment cornment ¬
ment of engineers on the big conduit conduitgrab conduitgrab conduitgrab
grab contemplated by the American uAmerlcanparty Americanparty Americanparty
party leaders leadersNobody leadersNobody leadersNobOdy
Nobody disputes that when water waterwas waterwas waterwas
was run through the finished portion portionof
of the conduit It seeped through In Inplaces inplaces Inplaces
places and Icicles hung down from the thebottom thebottom thebottom
bottom but at other places water did didnot didnot didnot
not seep through and icicles did not notform notform notform
form showing conclusively engineers engineerssay
say that where good concrete proper properly properly properly ¬
ly coated with grout was as used the theconduit theconduIt theconduit
conduit didnt leak that the leaks oc occurred occurred occurred ¬
curred only where Contractor Moran Moranused 1Ioranused Moranused
used poor material materialBig materta1Big materieiBig
Big Bill for Plaster PlasterBut PlasterBut PlasterBut
But there Is no Intention of the theAmerican theAmerican theAmerican
American leaders to compel Mr Mo Moran 110ran Moran ¬
ran to live up to his cQntract and to tocomply tocomply tocomply
comply with the specifications sp oiflc tions under underwhich underwhich underwhich
which he took the contract Instead Insteadhe Insteadfie Insteadhe
he Is to be paid 1751959 for plaster plastering plastering plastering ¬
ing the inside of the conduit with cem cement cement cernent ¬
ent paint and a d 39958 for r adding two twoInches twoiItches twoInches
Inches to the sidewalls sidewallsCompetent sidewallsCompetent sidewallsCompetent
Competent engineers say that the use useof useof useof
of cement plaster In covering con concrete concrete concrete ¬
crete work is pronounced unnecessary unnecessaryby unnecessa unnecessaby
by all late authorities on engineering engineeringIts
Its use Is decried where It is likely to tobe tobe tobe
be washed away by water and where whereowing wherowing whereowing >
owing to othe presence of water it itwould itwould itwould
would be imnossIble to repibue It ItThe Itrhe itThe
The speculations slJc < catlons under which Mo Moran 1foran Moran ¬
ran took his contract required him to tocover tocover tocover
cover the surface of the conduit with withgrout withgrout withgrout
grout which is a thin coating of ofcement ofcment ofcement
cement and which in all cases where wherefirstclass wherfirstclass wherefirstclass
firstclass concrete Is used seals up upthe upthe upthe
the pores of such concrete and renders rendersit
it water proof nroofTh DroofTh proofThe
Th The thickness of the sidewalls Is Ismerely Ismerely IsmereW
merely a matter of computation computatlollEn computatlollEnneers En Engineers Engneers ¬
gineers gneers neers in determining their thickness thicknessTftgWe thicknessfiiure thicknessfigine
TftgWe figine on the amount of waterpressure waterpressuret water pressure pressureh
t h > the square Inch inside the conduit conduitand conduitand conduitand
and the amount of earth pressure on onthe onthe onthe
the outside It was on this purely purelymathematical purelymathematical purelymathematical
mathematical basis that the engineers engineerswho engineerswho engineerswho
who prepared the plans for the Big BigCottonwood BigCottonwood BigCottonwood
Cottonwood conduit determined that thatsixinch thatsixinch thatsixinch
sixinch sidewalls were thick enough enoughMoreover enoughloreover enoughMoreover
Moreover the concrete used In the theconduit theconduIt theconduit
conduit Is called reinforced concrete concreteThis concreteThIs concreteThIs
This means that at intervals of a few fewInches fewinches fewinches
Inches twisted steel rods are imbedded imbeddedIn
In the concrete These Th se rods are placed placedthrough plac placedthrough d dthrough
through the entire top of the concrete concreteand concreteand concreteand
and at all points in the sides where the theearth theearth theearth
earth pressure requires It ItIn itIn ItIn
In Switzerland there Is a a conduit the thesize thesize thesize
size of the Big Cottonwood conduit conduitIn nduIt nduItin
In which the walls are only four inches inchesthick inchesthick inchesthick
thick and one in Texas larger than the theBig theBig theBig
Big Cottonwood one in h1 which the walls wallsare wansare wallsare
are but six Inches thick the same samethickness samethlckness samethickness
thickness as those in the conduit here hereNo hereNo hereNo
No Danger From Floods FloodsNotwithstanding FloodsNotwithstanding FloodsNotwithstanding
Notwithstanding the he fact ct that Utah UtahIs UtahIs
Is noted for its dry climate several severalAmerican severaluAmcriC severalAmerican
uAmcriC American Il councilmen almost shiver shiverwith shiverwith shiverwith
with fear that where the conduit conduitcrosses conduitcrosses conduitcrosses
crosses ravines and small streams It Itwill itwill itwill
will be washed out by floods and this thisshiver tbisshiver thisshiver
shiver is responsible for an item In InMr inMr inMr
Mr Morans plan for extras of
24315 for covering the conduit with withearth withearth withearth
earth for Its entire length lengthAmong lengthAmong lengthAmong
Among engineers not connected with withthe wIththe withthe
the conduit grab this Item Is the sub subject subject subject ¬
ject of unrestrained hilarity In all allplaces allplaces allplaces
places where the conduit crosses ra ravines ravines ravines ¬
vines It is built so high in the air that thatany thatany thatany
any water which may run down the theravine theravine theravine
ravine will not come within several severalfeet severalfeet severalfeet
feet of the bottom of the concrete concretework concretework concretework
work The concrete crosses ravines ravinesand ravinesand ravinesand
and streams after the fashion of an anaqueduct anaqueduct anaqueduct
aqueduct bridge The piers are fifteen fifteenfeet fifteenfeet fifteenfeet
feet apart from center to center giv giving giving glving ¬
ing ample scope for a a flood which whichwould whIchwould whichwould
would have drowned Noah and all the theanimals theanImals theanimals
animals In the ark to sweep unvexed unvexedunder unvexedunder unvexedunder
under the conduit The piers are also alsoimbedded alsoImbedded alsoImbedded
imbedded so deeply in the ground that thatthere thatthere thatthere
there is no chance for them to be dis dislodged dIslodged dislodged ¬
lodged by any flood that ever came cameto cameto cameto
to ZIon >
Black and Moran MoranCouncilman Mor MoranCouncilman n nCouncilman < <
Councilman T R Black is chairman chairmanof cha chairmanof rmari rmariof
of the engineering and sewerage com committee committee cornmittee ¬
mittee which will recommend the Mo Moran Moran Moran ¬
ran bill for extras Mr Black Bl ck Is Isthe isthe isthe
the American leader in the council counciland counciland counciland
and Is the warm and intimate friend friendof frIendof
of Contractor Moran When the engi engineers engineers engineers ¬
neers recommendation for the 575000 575000expenditure 75000 75000expenditure 75000expenditure
expenditure came into the council councilMonday councilMonday councilMonday
Monday night Mr Black was quick to tomove tomOge tomove
move that it be referred to his own owncommittee owncommittee owncommittee
committee committeeMr
Mr Black has a son named Bud BudBlack BudBlack BudBlack
Black He Is employed under City En Engineer EngIneer Engineer ¬
gineer L C Kelsey and at one time timehe timehe timehe
he was was employed under Mr Kelseys Kelseyspredecessor Kelseyspredecessor Kelseyspredecessor
predecessor He lost the last named namedjob namedjob namedjob
job however and until the Ameri American American Amenanr ¬
can anr party came into power and he hewas hewas hewtts
was restored to the public payroll he hewas hewas liewas
was employed by Mr Moran out of ofconsideration ofco ofconsideration
consideration co slderation for his father then and andnow andnow andnow
now a member of the city council councilThe councilThe councilThe
The friendship between Councilman CouncilmanBlack Co CouncilmanBlack ncilman ncilmanBlack
Black and Contractor Moran there therefore therefore therefore ¬
fore is much deeper deeperthan than that founded foundedupon foundedupon foundedupon
upon mutual respect and esteem and andit andit andit
it is a subject of comment among those thosewho thosowho thosewho
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