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Malicious Malici Jls Crank in Chicago ChicagoUses Chi ChicagoUses ago agoUs
Uses Us s Telephone = r Ieph pe to Scare ScareDepositors ScareDepositors ScareDepositors
Depositors DepositorsChicago DepositorsChicago DepositorsChicago
Chicago Feb 23 ztPlaying Playing upon the theunfounded theunfound
1 unfounded unfound dsU5plc1 suspicion su1 Thh that has s arisen arisenla ar1S ar1eriIL n nIt1
la It1 the mind of the theaverage average citizen upon uponbanking uponbU1king
1 banking methods as S a result of the col ¬
lapse la se of the Bank B nk of America n1erIca a mali malicious malicIous ¬
cious crank has spent the last few
days in attempting to start rumors rumorsconcerning1 rumorsncernlng rumorsncerning
concerning1 < the solvency of several Chi
dago banks bankst banksThe
t The man has concealed his identity
by the use of the telephone over which
he has sent to customers of at least
11 four of the institutions warnings to towithdraw toWIthdraw toWIthdrzw
withdraw their funds declaring they
are ai o unsafe In the case of one bank a
dozen patrons cams cau hurrying to the
banks b nks to inquire of their financial financialsoundness financialsoundnesS financialsoundness
soundness soundnessAlthough soundnesSAJth soundnessA1th
Although AJth ugh many of them went away
satisfied tisfied a few transferred their ac accounts acCOUl1ts acGouflts ¬
counts and nd the worry and trouble troublecaused troubleP4usod
caused C used to the others has been suffi sufficient suffifent suffifent ¬
fent to t arouse indignation among
bank officials officialsThe officiaIsThe
The nuisance has been occasional at attimes
times iim s when the public 1 > ub 1c temper was in inan inan
an unsettled uI1S ttled condition but suoh fre frequency frequehcy ¬
quency < ueh yfg > n t we jIe fi Operations of the trouble troublelast troublemafter troublemaker
maker S tias has been noticed during the
last week w k has h s not occurred before beforeiFour beforeFour beforeI
Four trust companies have suffered sufferedfrom sufferedfrort I
from his work workThe workTh workThT
The Th police > ol1ce have been consulted by byone byone byone
one bank and another has put its de detectvesp ¬
ject ctlvesrQW t Jyea tp work trying tryin to trace him
do down itr Snpther i theJ declared that It would
be bfWUlfnlrtogive wljlfng wfllfn to give a reward of 510000 510000I 10000I 1O004J
I he were sent to the penitentiary and andsuggested andsuggested andsuggested
suggested that action should be taken
in the matter by the clearing house housecommittee housecommittee housecommittee
committee committeeMORDEREDMTHE committeeMURDERED
Well Known Real Estate EstateDealer Dealer Is IsTreacherously IsTreacherously
Treacherously Done to Death DeathPittsburg DeathPIUsburg DcathPlttsburg
Pittsburg Kas Feb 23 23Frank 23Frankra Frank FrankJlarsh
Jlarsh ra a ± sh a well known realestate deal dealers dealers dealera ¬
ers of this city was murdered last lastnight la lastbight t tnight
night In a cold blooded manner by
unknown persons at 1t a point between b tween
Pittsburg 1 > and Chicopee Marsh arsh left
Pittsburg late yesterday for Weir City
in a buggy accompanied by Tony Ton
Valencia an Italian Valencia who
has been placed in jail here says that thatat thatat thatat
at a lonely place on the road they were wereattacked wereattacked wereattacked
attacked by a number of foreigners foreIgners1arsh
Marsh was dragged from the buggy buggyand buggyand
1 and rendered unconscious by a blow blowon blowon blowon
on the head with the butt end end of a re revolver revolver revoWer ¬
volver He then was shot through the
head and his face and head pounded poundedto L Lto
to a pulp Marsh Is alleged to have
been qonaernfcd qonoern d In several question questionable questionable questionable ¬
able land deals involving Italian coal coalminers coalminers I II
I miners In this district He was un under under ¬
der a ten years sentence to the Mis Missouri I1s I1ssourl ¬
sourl penitentiary panlt ntiary for forgery and was wasout wasout
out on bond pending an appeal of his hiscase hiscase hhcase
case to the supreme court Several Severalarrests Severalarrests Severalarrests
arrests are likely likelyValencia likelYValencIa likelyValencla
Valencia is being held for Investiga Investigation Investigation Investigation ¬
tion tionA tionA
Itching Blind Bleeding or Protrud ¬
ing Plies Your druggist will refund refundmoney refundmoneyif refundmoney
money moneyif if PAZO OINTMENT falls tc tccure
cure cure you in six to fourteen days 50c 50cCOMMITTEE Oc OcBOrvfMITTEE
Continued frpn frQnPage Page 1 1favor 1fuor 1favor
favor reaching an agreement whereby
the bill could be placed on the calendar calendaras
as 5 the unfinished business ahead of the thoIItatohoOO th thstatehood
statehood bill They said id they thought
the prominence promln ce given the railroad rate ratequestion ratequestion rat ratquestlop
question and d the interest t the people of ol
i the whole United States have taken in i I
it entitled the question to early con consideratlon ¬
sideration It W9M wa agreed however on oraJl
ajl I sides that the discussion must be bebe beFoJon b boloswed
FoJon oloswed ed and that undoubtedlY it would woulditS wouka3
be itS a bitter as any that has been taken 1
in the senate All factions conceding
that the Hepburn bill will pass the son senate sonate ¬
ate te the only contest conte t will be over an ef efQr
fgrtplQ frt4 Qr ltoJp Jpporporate rporato Into the bill some pro
iaslon i slbn for court review of orders of the
Interstate commerce commission commissionBUSY commissionBUSY commissionp commissionBUSY
Special to The Herald HeraldGaliente HeraldCaliente HeraldCaliente
Caliente Nev Ne Feb 23 23The The Blue BlueFront BiueFront B1u B1uFront
Front meat market and grocery W H HX HIlston HListon
X Ilston lston proprietor was broken Into and androbbed androbbed I Irobbed
robbed last night about 12 oclock The Th
burglars gained entrance by a window windowand windowand windo I
and robbed the till of 90 leaving all allsmall allsmallsUver al alsmall II I
small smallsUver silver and walked out of the rear r
door The job was so neatly done that tha I
it is believed It was the work of a aparty aparty z L Lparty
party well acquainted with the prom ¬
ises Burglaries have beon very fro froquent froquent frcquent
quent of late Last week the theCa1fonte Call Callonti on to
drug store was broken Into and robbed
The thieves succeeded in eluding the theofficers tipefticers
officers officersWYOMING efticersWYOMiNG < meersWYOMING
Cheyenne Wyo Fbb b 23 23Governor Governor r
I Brookf Brok3ppornted sy appointed ppcrnt d District Judge
Richard H Scott to be associate jus ¬
tice of the supreme court to fill the thevacancy thevacancy th thvacancy
vacancy caused by the appointment of ofJustice ofJustice a f fJustice
Justice Van Orsdel to be assistant at attorney attorney attorney ¬
torney general g neral of the United States
Fast Mail and Freight Train TrainCollide TrainCollide
Collide on the Southern SouthernPacific SouthernPacific SouthnPacific1
PacificWells PacificWells Pacific Pacific1Wells
Wells Nev Feb 23 23There There was a aheadon aheadon aeadon
headon h collision today between fast fastmail fastman fastmail
mail man train No 10 and a freight train trainon trainon
on o n the Southern Pacific road ten miles mileswest mileswest mileswest
west of here No details have yet been beenreceived beenreceived
received receivedCORRESPONDENT receivedCORRESPOr r eceivedCORRESPON
Albert Sonnlchsen Author and Trav Traveler Traveler Trayefer ¬
eler Disappears In Macedonia MacedoniaVienna MacedonIaVIenna MacedoniaVienna
Vienna Feb 23 23A A telegram received
here from Sofia Bulgaria today an announced announced anflounced ¬
nounced that Albert Sonnichsen of
Oakland Cal a correspondent of the
New York Evening Post had disap ¬
peared In Macedonia He arrived at
Vodema forty miles from Monastlr Monas tJ r
Feb 15 disappeared from his hotel here
Feb 17 and has not been seen since sinceAlbert sinceAlbert sinceAlbert
Albert Sonnichsen author Journal journalst ¬
ist 1 st and traveler was born in San Fran Francisco Francisco Francisco ¬
cisco In 1878 and Is the author of one oneor oneor
or o r two books He has also contributed cofltributedo
to t o the th magazines and about twn years yearsago yeersago eirs eirsago
ago went to Macedonia as correspon ¬
dent of t the Evening Post an 8111 I other otherpapers Qtherpapers otherpapers
papers His absence does not as yet yetcause yetcause yetause
cause c the Evening Post any anxiety
The last letter received from r m him was
Chicago c Feb 23 23The The sympathetic sympatheticstrike symIJath t1c
strike s of f the thesteamfitters Bteamfitters came to a asudden asudden a audden
sudden s end yesterday when the joint jointarbitration jointarbitration jointarbitralion
arbitration board of the slcamfitters slcamfittersunion steamfittersunion atcamfittersUnion
union and the master steamfitters or ¬
dered the men to return to work The Theroible
trouble t originated some days ago when L
the t he steamfitters employed at a new
downtown building walked out in vio vieatlon ¬
lation l of their theirontract contract 9 tract because they theyobjected theyobjected theyobjected
objected to the presence ofnonunion ofnonunionstonecutters ot o nonunion nonunionstonecutters L
stonecutters stonecuttersA s
A new scale of wages for building buildingemployes buildingemployes buildingemployes
employes was signed which gives 35 35cents 35cents 3 3cents
cents an hour to the 10000 hodcarrlers hodcarrlersemployed hodcarriersemployed hodcaireremployed
employed in Chicago or about 5 cents centsover cntsover centover
over the old Old scale Men working in incaissons I Icaissons
caissons will wJ 1 receive 50 cents an hour houran bcuran hcuran I
an Increase of 10 cents The new scale
has been under urtderconslderatlon consideration by the
Masons Builders association for forsome forBorne forsome
some time timeGRAB tfmfGRAB timeGRAB
Continued from fromPage Page 1 1Councilman 1Councilman 1Councilman
Councilman Black asked a question
If you ou could save a a million gallons a
day by plastering It he Inquired Inquiredwouldnt Inquiredwouldnt inquiredwouldnt
wouldnt we be justified In having it itplastered itpJa itplastered
plastered plasteredIt pJa tcred T TIt
It would depend replied Mr Dore Doremus Doremus Doremus
mus as to whether plastering would be
the t he proper and the cheapest way to save
It i t Personally I dont believe plastering plasterings
la i s necessary to obviate the leakage leakageLeakage leakageLeakage leakageLeakage
Leakage in the Mains MainsMr MainsMr MainsMr
Mr Doremus assorted that there is ismore Ismore I Imore
more leakage In the water mains In the thecity thecity thecity
city than there will be In the conduit conduitand conduItand conduitand
and again emphasized the fact that no nomethod nomethod ucmethod
method has h s ever been devised to stoP sto stoeakage
leakage l entirely In mains whatever they
are made of He warned warnEN the council councilagainst cauncnagainst I Iagainst
against precipitate action actionWeve acUonVeve actIonVeve
Veve been accustomed hore in Salt
Lake he said to going headlong Into
things t without considering them beyond beyondgetting beyondgetUng bcyonigetting
getting somebodys opinions Opinions Opinionsare
are not worth anything unless theyre
backed with the facts factsGeorge factSGeorge factsGeorge >
George Boderi an Inspector In the board board1of boardof
of public works employ made a short shortpeach shortpeech shortpeeeh
peach and urged that tho Inside or th thconduit the theoondult theoondutt
conduit be plastered pl stered The committee then thenadjourned thenadjourned thenadjuerned
adjourned until 3 oclock this afternoon afternoonROW afternoosROW
1 0 0RO
Lewis Bill Said to Be Aimed at Doili Doiliver Dolliver Dolilverand
ver verand and Allison AllisonDes AllisonDt AllisonDe3
Des Dt > ii Moines la 1 Feb 23 23Iowa Iowa senators
in a bitter personal persona debate today aseaild 8S 8il
the LrewIsbHl Lewis bill for a national convention
to decide upon plans for or electing United
States tatea senators b the people as a Cum Cummins CumJDlns Cumnin ¬
mins nin scheme to uuseat Senators Dolliver Dollivernd Dolliverand Dolllverand
and nd Allison AllisonS AllisonSenator AllisonSenator
S Senator nator Lewis supporting his bill at ¬
tacked Elkins and other United States Sjtatessenators Statessenators Statessenators
senators as conspirators and said that
having failed to secure a cleaning of the
Augean stables by a direct attack the
senate should be hit from behind
Replying to him Senator Dunham de declared declarod dedared ¬
dared that the Interests behind the th e bill billwere billwere billwere
were after the jobs of the Iowa sen senators senators senators ¬
ators atorsIt atorsIt
It 1 is a miserable political impulse impulsev impulsevl1lch Impulsevhlcl2
v vl1lch hich rompted > the Introduction of this thisresolution thisresolution thisresolution
resolution he said saidWhere saidThere saidWhere
Where did this resolution come from
It t sprung from the dirtiest lowest l west pea
rut politics in the history of the state I Ioppose Ioppose Ioppose
oppose this measure because becau e it is un unelan
Columbus Ohio Feb 23 23W W N
Cleveland nephew of Former Presi ¬
dent Cleveland was placed on the thestand thestand thestana
stand in thB attorneygenerals th preli preliminary prelim1riary prelimnary ¬
minary Investigation lnve thiliUon of the alleged
brHge br1 getrust trust today but refused to toanswer toanswer toanswer
answer material questions upon the theground theground theground
ground that to do so would Incriminate
himself himselfMr hImselfMr himselfMr
Mr Cleveland is a former member
the alleged trust
d t r Wont V o tl last st long Most 9 ost f J vn ofi ofivn o othem fr frthem i
them rhem went yesterday yesterd y ymus A Aman Aman
man must be crazy to sell selja se lJ lJa
a suit suit like that for fiye ve e edollars t
t 1 4 ts dollars dollarsRICHARDSON dpllarsRICHARDSON ciouars 1 ii
At t The Sip Sigaof Signat
of the Ut Pour FQ r r7HJS
i Ao 1
F <
New NewYork York Feb 23 23The The following table tablecompiled tablecompiled tableomplIed
compiled c by Bradstreet shows the bank bankclearings bankclearIngs
clearings c at the principal cities for or th thweek the theveek tliteek
week v eek ended Feb 2 22 with the percentage percentageof
of o f Increase and decrease ecrease as compared comparedwith comparedwith comparedith
with ith the corresponding week last year yearJ
4 1 Amount lineDec lineDecChicago IIncIDeeNew iiicii5 iiicii5New
New York u 1954193886 27
Chicago 180928466 115
Boston 154069335 Sti
Philadelphia 109569S13 255 2551
St S t Louis 509S9eH 5O9 t4 23 2 1 1Pittsburg
Pittsburg 42S12222 92i 92i 92ian 1
San S an Francisco 34203598 343j i
Baltimore 22033752 17 i7sj
Cincinnati q ncinnaU 21796700 21 2131 213 3j
Kansas ansa8 City C1 21497035 103 103iew
New > iew Orleans 17947430 9
Minneapolis eo 16008161 225
Cleveland 11090467 43
Louisville 12834684 168
Detroit 1 10540141 319
Los Angeles 11009855
Omaha 7553096 14 146 6
Milwaukee S150319 192 92
Providence 7157600 208
BlftalO 6067737 218 2isndianapolis
Indianapolis tndIanapo1s I 5706789 144
St S 1 Paul KRuaiA 5B2l34 18 182 > ft ftDenver
Denver 59S3074 148
Seattle 89583381410 1410 1481
Memphis M mphls 4516408 74
Fort Worth 4063511 205 741
Richmond 5796686 306 O1 > I
Columbus 4804400 4004400133 133
Washington 4421674 117
St Joseph 4011135 40111351 401113556 401113556avannah 56
Savannah S avannah 4008791 610
Portland Ore 3062955 62
Albany u 4457977 350
SALT LAKE CITY 4320808 605
Toledo O 3253288 237 2371 7
Rochester u 3128840 230
Atlanta 3912060 200
Tacoma 3478618 420
Spokane Wash j 2636741 208 lS 8
Hartford a002S6 291
Nashville w 3217000 3217 < < 0 153
Peoria 3400551 127 l2
Des MoInes 1985070 28
New Haven J 1971091 271 7l
Grand Rapids 1823646 256 1531 25
Norfolk 1670790 211
Augusta Augu ta Ga 1160916 361
Springfield Mass 1736751 l 116 b
Portland Me 1320578 1 8i 67
Daytcn 2283411 P22
Sioux City 1534870 P2zl 247
Bvansvllle 1492448 210 2101
Birmingham 1566128 508 50
Worcester Worc ster 1202858 29
Syracuse 1447486 417
Charleston S C 1136718 91 91noxvilIe
Knoxville K J noxvflle 1472265 483
Jacksonville Pin 1085266 122 124Wilmington 12
Wilmington Del 974161 06
Wichita 971568 71 6S 89
Wllkosbarrc 680S52 15
Chattanooga 1158493 710
Davenport 714099214 714009 214
Little Bock 1202303 6761 I
Kalamazoo Mich 613316 25
Topeka 780351 soasi11 11
Macon 48740b 137 7
Springfield III 623309 100
Fall River 1028399 910
Helena 389293 3s9 189
Lexlngtcn 756790 T 790 303 3
Fargo N D 319987 3j9937235 239
New NewBedford Bedford 547359 6t73591462 iias 462 2
Youhgstown 442004 V 108
Akron 438700 47o7iSA 134
Rockford Ill 525372 52 3i2 69
Cedar Rapids la 529579 529
Canton 0 3S0010 oioi 791 253
Binghamton 385900 7
Chester Pa u 303084 Z Jost 2021 2
Lowell 465659 40 4
Greensburg Pa 395688
Bloomington Ill 476751 4767511 482
Springfield 0 510S15I 217
Qulncy Ill 3731SO 207 2071lt oii oiiiansfield
Mansfield lt nsneld O 245348 24 3tS 56
Decatur Ill 271980 106
Sioux Falls S D 245145 40S 4081
Jacksonville Ill 215507 201
Fremont Neb 1S1143J 18114 138
South Bend Ind 261532 2G1 1
Houston 15124908 15124903I 1144 Ht
Gslveston G lveston 9769COO 1501
Fort Wayne 557e02 557802Fota1s OO21 OO21Totals > l lTotals
Totals U S l2S41325365 2481
Outside Out lde N Y 8S7131469 4314ln 1S8 1S8CANADA 1881CANADA 1S8L 1S8LCANADA
1 Amount IIncIDec
Montreal MontrealTorronto 295389961 iijfl 3141 3141232530E2
Torronto TorrontoWinnipeg 232530E2 2 370 3101
Winnipeg 2951SI31 6805423 6r054 S2J 81 81HaJifa
Halifax HalifaxVancouver 1606850 4401 4401l9St
Vancouver B Ca l9St l9S0C21 > 083 5311
Quebec QuebecHamilton 1403807 56 5
Hamilton HamiltonSt 3253700 26
St Johns N B 10032031 l OOO 220 220S8540S 22
London Ont X S8540S ts i408 294 L4
Victoria B C j 612117 234 234uau 234otalCanada 4 4Total
Total otalCanada Canada 17M 70M40Ba1aches 41 41BaJanches
BaJanches uau paId > WIU 441 In UiiSII cash
Not Included in totals Comparisons
incomplete incompleteNot
Not included In totals because con ¬
taining other Items than clearings clearingsDuns QiearingsDuns < < JearingsDuns
Duns Weekly Review ReviewNew ReviewKew ReviewNew
New York Feb 23 23Duns Duns Weekly Re
view of Trade tomorrow will say
Holiday and erratic weather were caf cafoulated cafculated oafculated
culated to intorrupt progress In commer commercial commercial commorcial ¬
cial channels but business has become becomeestablished becomeestablished becomeestablished
established on too sound a basis to re ¬
flect adverse Influences of such a a tem temporary temporary ternporary ¬
porary character charact r Prices are firmly held heldas heldas heldas
as a rule except In the market for farm farmstaples farmstaples farmstaples
staples which are still higher than nor normal normal nortrial ¬
mal despite a general reaction
Railway earnings continue to make makesplendid makespJendId makesniendid
splendid comparisons with last years
figures February thus far recording a again again again
gain of 267 per cent Foreign Forel n trade re ¬
turns in January for the whole nation
far surpassed the same month In any anyprevious anyprevious
previous year and the last week at this thisport thisport thisport
port shows a gain of 114113 in exports
but a 8 decrease of 3877874 t in Imparts as ascompared ascompared ascompared
compared with 1905 190 Current hides are of ofpoor ofpoor ofpoor
poor quality and in light demand which whichmakes whfchmakes whichmakes
makes prices nominally lower although althoughIt
It Js chiefly a matter of seasonable de deterioration deterloration deterioration ¬
terioration teriorationFailures terlorationFalluros teriorationFailures
Failures this week were 218 In the theUnited theUnited
United States against aS1 nst 252 25 last year and andjg
18 In Canada as compared with 29 a ayear ayear ayear
year ago agoTO agoTO
1 1TO
Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine QuinineTablets QuinineTablets QuinineTablets
Tablets Druggists refund money if it itfalls Itfalls Itfails
falls to cure E W GROVES aigna aignature slgnature s1gnature
ture is on each box 25c 25ct
4 Special to The Herald HeraldWashington + 4 4Washington
+ Washington Feb 23 23Chalrman Chairman 4 4Burrows +
4 + Burrows has not ot been successful successfulin 4 4in
+ In getting the names of witnesses wItnessesto 4 +
4 + 4 to be summoned in defense of 4 + 4
4 + Senator Smoot and is showIng 4 4much +
4 + much impatience over the delay d lay laycaused 4 4 4caused
+ caused by the failure of Smoot to 4 4name
4 + name his witnesses witnessesUnless 4
4 t 1 Unless the names are fortbcom fortbcomIng 4
4 4 ing soon Burrows will set a date datefor 4 4 4for
4 + for the renewal of the hearing hearln rjj Iegardless rj 4
4 gardless of the thefaIIure failure of Smoot to tohave 4 4 4have
4 + have his witnesses present Bur Burrows 4 4trows 4 4rows
trows + rows expresses a desire to close closeup 4 4up 4
+ 4 up the case as soon as possible Dossibleand 4 4
4 4 and deprecates further delay delayt 4 4MMMH +
+ + + + MMMH t + t + f + + fI4tt i I t MMJ t f + + f f fl + Tf U + tff Mtf t J f ff1 ff1PLATTE f t i iPLATTE iPLATTE
PLATTE RIVER UP UPFremont UPFremont UPFremont
Fremont Nob Feb 23 23The The Platte PJ tte tteriver
river which last night overflowed a
large stretch of country on account of ofthe ott ofthe
the t e lea gorges is receding although a arise arise arise
rise In the Louis river may cause a con continullI1ce
Mnuance of the danger Several small smallBridges smallhrMges
bri Bridges g6S have beon washed away awayRELIGIOUS awayRELIGIOUS awayRELIGIOUS
Paris Feb 23 23The The authorities assisted assistedby assistedby j
by the police took the Inventories of oftwenty oftwonty oftwenty
twenty churches today amid manifesta manifestations xnanlfetntions ¬
tions Many barricaded doors were brok broken broken brokan ¬
en down and firemen drove out the mani
festants by playing water upon them
Four arrests were made madeSixty madeSixty madeSixty
Sixty Years Experience of an Old OldNurse OldN OldNurse
Nurse NurseMrs N Nurse1rs u rae raeMrs
Mrs 1rs Wlnslows Soothing Soothln Syrup is the
prescription of cne of the best female femalephysicians femaleIJhystcians femalephysicians
physicians and nurses In the United
States tates and has been used for sixty year yeargwith yearswith
with Ith neverfalling success by millions of ofmothers otmothers ofmothers
mothers for their children During the theprocess theprocess theprocess
process of teething te thlng > ta value is Incalcu Incalcuable ¬
able It relieves the child from pain paincures pat patcures paincures
cures diarrhoea griping In the bowels bowelsand bowelsand boweleand
and wind colic By giving health to the thechild thechIld thechild
child It rests the mother Price yice 75 7 cents centsa cente
a e bottle
MURDER OF WIFE WIFEContinued WIFEContinued WIFEContinued
Continued from Page 1 1a 1a 1 1a
a brave man Whats more Ill go like likean likean likean
an Innocent man I never committed the thecrime thecrIme thecrime
crime and Im not afraid to go
Despite his brave words it was evl evlaent evlent evieent
aent ent that Hoch was under a severe severestrain severstrain severestrain
strain He appeared nervous but his hisstrong hisstrong hisstrong
strong will stood him in good stead and andhe andhe andbe
he held himself under und r marvelous con control control controt ¬
trol trolBriefly Briefly the points raised In Hochs pe petition petition petition ¬
tition to the federal court were wereThat wereThat
That a Judgment of the state court courtwas courtwas courtwa
was wa void because given by b a a court not notcf notcf notcf
cf competent jurisdiction jurisdictionThat jurisdictionThat
That the sentence was In violation of ofthe otthe ofthe
the fourteenth amendment In that Erne Erneline Emeline Erneline
line FIscherHoch wife of the defendant defendanti dendanttestified defendanttestified
i testified testifiedThat testifiedThat testifiedThat
That Hoch H ch was compelled and did give giveevidence giveevidence giveevidence
evidence against himself himselfThat hinueIfThat himselfThat
That he was arrested in New York and andextradited andextradited andextradited
extradited on a charge of bigamy and andwas andwas andwas
was forthwith charged with murder murderBefore murderBefore murderBefore
Before Federal Judge Kenesaw M Lan Landls Landis Landis
dis Hochs attorneys contended that a awrit awrit awrit
writ of habeas corpus would Issue forth forthwith forthwith forthwith ¬
with If the court found that the pe petition petition pctition ¬
tition was presented In proper form formJudge tormJudge formJudge
Judge Landls Landlssuggest suggested d that It was also alsorequisite alsorequIsIte alsorequisite
requisite that probable cause for the thewrit thewrit thewrit
writ be shown shownWrit shownWrIt shownWrIt
Writ Is Denied DeniedAfter DeniedAfter DeniedAfter
After brief consideration Judge Lan Landis Landis Landis
dis said saidThe saidThe saidThe
The petition is denied The proper properremedy properremedy properremedy
remedy for counsel was a a writ of er error error orror ¬
ror from the decision of the state su supreme supreme aupreme ¬
preme court to the United States su supreme supreme SUprome ¬
preme court The counsel failed to take takeadvantage takendvantage takeadvantage
advantage of that move The writ Is Isfatally isfatally isfatally
fatally defective and cannot bo made madegood madegood madegood
good goodHochs goodHochs goodHochs
Hochs attorneys ttorne s asked an appeal from fromudee fromJUdge fromJudge
JUdge udee LandIs decision Judge Landis Landlseplied Landisreplied
replIed replIedLater repliedLater epliedLater I
Later In the day I will enter such an anorder anorder I Iorder
order as will enable you to have this thiscase thiscase thiscase
case reviewed by the supreme court In Inthe Inthe in inthe
the absence of your client I will not notnow notnow notnow
now complicate matters by furl furiher her de delay deJay delay ¬
lay It would be much easier for me meto meto meto
to grant this man ten days time In which whichto whichto
to have this case reviewed by the Unit United United Unitcii ¬
ed States supreme court but respect for fororderly fororderly fororderly
orderly procedure compels me to do what whatI
I have done That is my ord ordr ordrAnd ordrAnd r rAnd
And the court threw the petition to one oneside oneside on onside
side sidePreparations Preparations for the hanging were Im Immediately immediately irnmediately ¬
mediately begun following Judge Landis Landlsrefusal Landisrefusal Landisrefusal
refusal to issue a writ of habeas corpus corpusHochs corpusHochs corpusHochs
Hochs attorneys stronuously continued continuedefforts continuedefforts continuedefforts
efforts < to secure further delay delayLegal delayLegal delayLegal
Legal Struggle to Last LastWhile LastWhile
While the th death march was starting in inthe inthe inthe
the Jail the attorneys were Just leaving leavingthe leavingthe leavingthe
the federal building to get Hochs signa signature signature signature ¬
ture to an appeal bond After Judge JudgeLandis JudgeLandis JudgeLandis
Landis had apparently closed the case caseHochs caseHOchs caseHochs
Hochs attorneys hastily prepared an ap appeal appeal appeal ¬
peal bond and again advanced to the theccurt theccurt theccurt
ccurt and renewed the demand for an ap appeal appeal appeal ¬
peal pealUnder pealuUnder
Under the circumstances I do not notthink notthink notthink
think you ou have any right to appeal said saidthe saidthe saidthe
the court courtAny courtAny courtAny
Any citizen has the right to appeal appealsaid appealsaid appealsaid
said Attorney Edward Manor ManorIn lIahoruIn MahorIn
uIn In view of the fact that this matter matterwas matterwas matterwas
was delayed until within an hour of the theexecution theexecution theexecution
execution I dont thinkso thInk so replied the thecourt thecourt thecourt
court courtThereupon courtThereupon courtThereupon
Thereupon three attorneys representing representingHoch representingHoon representingHoch
Hoch all began to talk at once onceWell onceVeU onceWell
Well said the court prepare your yourrecord yourrecord yourrecord
record and bring it In I will be here all allday allday allday
day dayThe The attorneys hurried In a cab to the thecriminal thecrlmJnal thecrlrnjnal
criminal court building to get Hochs sig signature sIgnature signature ¬
nature to the bond Just as word came camethat camethat cainethat
that the death march had begun begunThe begunThe
The attorneys arrived at the Jail with withthe withthe withthe L
the appeal bond Just In time again to tem temporarily temporarily tenporarily ¬
porarily stop the preparations for the ex execution e1ecutlon oxecutlon ¬
ecutlon ecutionThere ecutlonThero ecutlonThere
There was a hasty conference of Jail Jailofficials jaf1oflclals jailofficials
officials and then Assistant Assistant slstant Sheriff Pe Peters Peters Petern ¬
ters consulted by telephone with Judge JudgeLandis JudgeLandis JudgeLandis
Couldnt Stop Execution ExecutIon
Judge Landis said saidI s ld ldI
I have refused to do anything In the theHoch theHoch
Hoch matter You noed not delay the ex execution execution oxecutlon ¬
ecution on my account accountJudge accountJudge accountJudge
Judge Landls after talking with Assist Assistant Assistant ¬
ant Sheriff Peters started to leave the thefederal thefederal
federal building buildingAttorney bUIldingAttorney
Attorney Maher with toars in his eyes eyesbegged e eyesbegged eB eBbegged
begged Judge Landis to stay In the build buildIng building buildlag
Ing until tho appeal was perfected Mean Meanwhile Meanwhile Meanwhile ¬
while States Attorney HealY advised advisedSheriff advisedSherif advisedSheriff
Sheriff Peters to give Hochs attorneys attorneysfifteen attorneysfifteen attornoyfifteen
fifteen minutes to perfect the appeal be before before be before ¬
fore the death march should begin beginJudge beginJudge beginJudge
Judge Landis declined to wait in the fed federal federal fedoral ¬
eral building saying sayingMy sayingMy snyingry
My ry oath of office demands that I do dowhat dowbat dowhat
what I consider right I do not think thinkthat thinkthat thinkthat
that it would be complying with my oath oathif oathIf oathif
if T delayed this execution executionStates executionStatcs executionStates
States Attorney Hoaly took a similar similarview similarview similarview
view He said saidI
I advlfeed them to hang Hoch I talked talkedwith talkedwith talkedwith
with Judge Landis over the telephone Ho Hotold Hetold Hotold
told me no order had been entered ex except except oxcept ¬
cept a denial of the writ There was no noway noway noway
way legally left for the hanging to be bepostponed bepostponed bepostponed
postponed postponedAfter
After the hanging Hochs attorneys said saidthat saidthat saidthat
that notwithstanding the execution tho thoappeal thoapppal theappeal
appeal would be perfected and carried to tothe tothe tothe
the United States supreme court courtThen courtThen courtThen
Then said Hochs attorneys attorne s Ulf if the thedecision thedecision thedecision
decision of Judge Landis in refusing to togrant togrant togrant
grant the writ of habeas corpus is ro rovorsed 1Qvorsed reversed
vorsed we will see that the th shariff the thestates thostatos thestates
states attorney and all those who took tookpart tookpart tookpart
part In the hanging Inany in any official capa capacity capacity capacity ¬
city are Indicted for murder We intend intendto
to carry this through to the end endSTORY endSTORY endSTORY
Married Thirteen Times to Brides BridesDeserted BridesDeserted BridesDeserted
Deserted or Poisoned PoisonedHoch PoisonedBoch POIsonedRoth
Roth is believed to havo come original originally ¬
ly 1 from Horrwoiler a 0 small town to n In Get Gcrmany Germany Getmany
many not far from BlngenonthQ BlngenonthQRhine BlnienonthQRhine BInenonthORhino
Rhine His father Jacob Sclfinitt is said saidto saidto saidto
to still reside there A wife w wifesupposed iei supposed uPPo ed to tobe tobe tobe
be the first wife of Hoch iOusso kplo tn1 0 living livingin
in the same place placefirst placeHoch placeIloch
Hoch has aJway aIwaybeenrflqC1t beeJi < iJUseJ1t regard regardIrg regardbig
big his career in this uoUritr coiry and his hisfirst hisfirst
first wife married marrIedin In the United States StatesIs
Is believed to have been Airs fys Martha MarthaStelnbecher MarthaStelnbecher MarthaSteinbecher
Stelnbecher to whom he h was married In In1E95 In1S95 in1s55
1E95 After living with Hoch Ho h for four fourmonths fourmonths fourmonths
months she died the cause of death being beinggiven beinggiven beinggiven
given as nephritis nephritisIn
In November 1S85 he married Mary MaryRankin MarRankin MaryRankin
Rankin In this city and left her the day dayafter da daafter dayafter
after the wedding because she refused refusedto
to give him money mone In April 1S95 Hooh Hoohmarried HOQhmarried Hochmarried
married Martha Hertzfleld and left hsr hsrIn h hrIn r rin
In four months after obtaining Item lom her bo hersio
sio 000 His next wife Is said saIdto to have been beenr be bapnMary n nMary
Mary Hock r i of t Wheollngf nniAAitncr txr W tro Va She Soudied Shedied chn chndied
died of nephritis atter three monthi monthsHoch monthiHoch monthiHoch
Hoch ha baa aa always denied this marriage marriageand marrIR marrIRIlnd marriageand
and declared that he merely assumed the thewomans thewomans thewomans
womans nameIn nameIn name nameSIn
In the fall of 1806 Hoch married Clara ClaraBartell Cla ClaBartell CiactBarthil
Bartell of Cincinnati and she died within withinthree wIthinthree withinthree
three months of the marriage marriageIn
In January 1S97 he was married to toJulia t tJulia tJulia
Julia Dose In Hamilton 0 and aban abandoned abanconed abanoned ¬
coned her after obtaining 3700 3700In 700 700In iOOIn
In April1898 Hoch waa arrested in this thiscity thIscity
city clt for selling mortgaged furniture an4 an4served an1served nr nrserved
served two years In the house of correc correction correction correction ¬
tion In November lOOt he was married marriedto
to Mrs Anna Goehrke of Chicago but butabandoned butabandoned butabandoned
abandoned her after failing to obtain any anymoney anymQney anymorley
money frqm her April S 1902 100 he mar married marrIed marned ¬
ried in St Louis Mrs Mary Becker who whoTiled whotiled whotiled
Tiled early in 1903 Her relatives have haveclaimed haveIal haveelalnied
< claimed Ial Jed that she was poisoned poisonedDec ooi poisonedDec oned onedDee
Dec 10 loot Hoch wag w wa married to Mrs MrsMarie lIrsMarie MrsMarie
Marie Welcker a widow of this city the thewoman thewoman thewoman
woman for whose murder he was con condemned condemned ¬
demned Dec 20 the woman became 111 111and mand IIIand
and Jan 12 she died the cause of death deathbeing drathbeing deathbeing
being stated statedjn in the physicians certificate certificateas
as nephritis Five days later Hoch mar married married marned ¬
ried Mrs Emille Fischer a sister of Mrs MrsWelckerHoch MrsVelckerHoch MrsWelckerHoch
WelckerHoch He obtained 5750 750 from fromher fromher fromher
her and disappeared Jan 19 the last Mrs MrsHoch MrsHoch MrsHoch
Hoch reported to the police the disap disappearance dIsappoorance disappoarance ¬
pearance of her husband Suspicion Suspi lon was wasaroused wasaroused wasaroused
aroused by her story and the body of ofMrs ctjrs J Jrs
Mrs jrs rs WelckerHoch was exhumed and 76 76grains 76grains 76grains
grains of arsenic were found in the stom stomach stomach atomach ¬
How He Was Caught CaughtS Caughtarch CaughtSearch
S Search arch was made for Hoch and ho was wasfinally wastinaIly wastfnally
finally discovered In Now York wh whra whrahis < TO TOhs > fOhIs
hIs landlady Mrs KImberly reported reportedthat reporteiIttlat reportedthat
that she believed her boarder board r to be Hooh Hoohbecause Hoohbecause Hochbecause
because he had proposed marriage to her heren hercn hercn
cn the day of his arrival In her house housoHe hQuseHe houseHe
He was arrested and later brought to toChicago toChicago toChicago
Chicago Hoch after being b eln placed In jail jailLere jattJter jailbcre
Lere admitted that he 11 ha Ia1 been ieeu ee married
thirteen times but always denied that thathe
he had caused cau ed ihe he death of any of his hiswives hiswives hiswives
wives He was placed on trial April 19 19and 19and 19and
and on May 20 the Jury returned a ver vercict vercict
cict lct finding him guilty of murder murd r and
fixing the punishment at death On June
3 sentence was passed l5sed on him the date dateof dateof
of the execution beIng set for June 23 I
Governor Deneen granted him a reprieve reprievevntii reprieveintIl
vntii July 28 Within one hour of the thetime I
time get ct for his execution Hoch was as giv glven given given
en a second respite until Aug 25 Before j
this date arrived however the supreme supremecourt supremecourt supremecourt
court of the state granted a supersedeas
to parmlt p rmlt the consideration of his case
by the court Dec Deeij 15 i tho court handed
down a decision affirming the verdict In Inexecution
the lower court and fixing the date ot otexecution ofexecution
execution for Feb 23
The last effort made by Hoch to secure securea secura
a now trial ended on Feb 21 when Gov Governor Governot Coyernor ¬
ernor Deneen and the board b ard of pardons pardonsrefused perdonsrefused pardonsrefused
refused to interfere on his behalf It Itwas Itvas Itwas
was alleged before the board byf b by1sfrs 1Irs alrs
Emelie FIscherHoch that she had ha < been beenso beenSG beenso
so hounded by the police that she had hadcommitted hadcommItted badcommitted
committed perjury during the trial and and
that much of the evidence which she had hadgiven hadgiven hadgiven
given against Hooh was not true A phy
flolan also declared that the death of
Mrs WelcksrHoch Welck rHoch had been caused by byI
I kidney disease and not by poisoning On OncrosseXamination OnCrossexamination
I crossexamination however he admitted
that he had not made a postmortem ex examination cxamination ¬
amination ami nation of the body of Mrs Welcker
Hooh while three physicians who had hadconducted hadconducted hadconducted
conducted such an examination declared I Ithat
that death was caused by byarseiic byarseiicO byarseiicSTEAMER arsenic arsenicSTEAMER arseIlcc arseIlcSTEAMER
O c
+ Halifax N S Feb 23 23A A mes message 4 +
4 + sage was received here late this thisf thisafternoon thisafternoon + I
+ f afternoon from Liverpool N S Sstating +
+ stating that a largo vessel is isashore isashore + f
+ ashore at Little Hope off Port PortJoll PortJoli + f I
4 + Joll on the southwestern coast coastA coastA 4 +
4 + A tremendous sea is running and andthe 4 +
4 + the weather is extremely cold coldA coldA + II IIthe
+ A tug boat has been sent from fromPort fromPort 4 +
4 + Port Joll to attempt to reach the thedisabled 4 +
4 + disabled craft which seems to be befast 41 + 4 4fast
4 + fast upon the rocks with the seas seasgoing seasgoing +
4 + going over her herlit 4 +
+ 4 44 M + lit 44 M + i M 4 + M t 444 Hm H4 H4BLACKBURN I + t + t + + + + + + t + + t 4 4BLACKBURN + t tT tBLACKBURN
Raleigh N C Feb 23 23A A special specialfrom specialfrom specialfrom
from Ashevllle Ash evf11 e N NC C says saysThe saysThe saysThe
The grand jury of the U S district districtcourt districtcourt districtcourt
court today returned another true bill billagainst biIIagainst billagainst
against Congressman Blackburn Blackburncharging Blackburncharging Blackburncharging
charging him with practicing before beforethe beforethe beforethe
the treasury department in violation violationof
of the federal statutes statutesUnion statutesUnion statutesUnion
Union Dental Co Cons
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Phones ne3 Beil 112 U26X X lad 112tt 112ttNotice ll2 ll2Notice
Notice of Special Meeting MeetingTO
poration of the Rio Grande Western Rail Railway ¬
way company companyNotice companNotice companyNotice
Notice Is hereby given that a meeting
of the stockholders of the Rio Grande
Western Railway company is hereby
called at the principal office of the com company oempany
pany in Salt Lake City Utah March 1
1906 at 12 oclock noon to amend the ar argraph
tides of incorporation of such raIlway
company b by addln adding at the end of para paragra pamgraph
graph gra h Sixteenth under the title In
the Territory of Utah as specified in the
charter of the party of the second part
the following words towit towitA
A branch line of railway extending
from this companys system between
Garfield Junction and Dalton Station
westerly and southwesterly up Bingham
Canyon with such necessary detours as
may be required for the purpose of mak ¬
ing necessary elevation to a connection
with the Copper Belt Railroad now con ¬
trolled by this company at a point near
the t he Junction with s sf said Ud d Copper Belt Line Lineof t tof
of o f the Carr Fork Branch thereof all In
St S alt lt Lake county state of Utah
The stock transfer books will be closed
at a t the close of business on Feburary 9th 9thand
and a nd remain closed until tho final adjourn ¬
ment m ent of the meeting meetingot
TE E > T JSFFBRY President
Stephen ot Little Secretary Secreta
Dated February 8th 1906 I
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