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S A wild weird and romantic tale that thatCongressman thatCongressman thatk
k Congressman Joseph Howell will not notbe notbe
0 be a e candidate for reelection Is float floatIng floatIng floatlug
Ing around in circles political Usually Usuallythe Usuallythe Usuallythe
the man who hears it indulges in an in incredulous incredulous Incredulous ¬
credulous laugh laugbJbut but a few friends of ofUtahs otUtahs oft
t Utahs lone representative say it is a asolemn asolemn asolemn
solemn fact and declare that thatt Zion is isabout isabout IsI
I about to tot ba l treated to the unusual unusualspectacle unusualspectacle unusualspectacle
spectacle of lu a Republican relinquishing relinquishingan
an n office voluntarily and without being
pried loose looseThe looseThe looseThe
The story goes that Mr Howell is isconsumed Isconsumed Isconsumed
consumed by a vaulting ambition to tobe tobe tobe
be United States senator that he will willshy willshy wfflshy
shy his castor into the senatorial ring ringin ringin ringin
in the event Senator Reed Smoots SmOo is iscast Iscast isI
cast into outer darkness by the present presentsenate presentsenate presentsenate
I
senate and that in any event he will willbe willbe willbe
be a candidate when Senator Smoots Smootsterm Smootsterm Smootsterm
term expires by limitation in 1909 1909Should 1909Should 1909Should
Should he be forced to await until untily
y 1909 to gratify his senatorial ambition ambitionIt
It Is said Congressman Howell will willretire willretire willretire
retire from public life at the end of his hispresent hi3present hispresent
present term confident that the people peopleof peoDleof
of Utah will not forget fo et him during the thetwo thetwo thej
j two years Interim and that he will be bestronger bestronger bestronger
stronger than ever when he bobs up as asa asR asj
j a senatorial senjitorial aspirant aspirantfeay aspirantay aspirantay
feay ay He Promised to Quit QuitAt QuItAt
1 At the last state convention it Is Isasserted isasserted Isl
l asserted Mr Howell declared that he liewould hewould
1 would never neverno no never neverbe be a candidate candidatefor
eL for the te lower house again This dec declaration declara deeII ¬
II laration lara n was made It is declared when whensome wbensome
1 some politicians exasperated over his hisdelivery hisdelivery hisJ
J delivery of Cache county to Governor GovernorCutler GovernorCutler GovernorCutIertaJked
Cutler CutIertaJked talked of springing a candidate candidateagainst candidateagaInst candidateagainst
against him then and there thereIn thereIn thereIn
In that critical Deriod it is charged chargedMr chargedlIre chargedMr
Mr Howell in beseeching the support supportof
of divers cold and indifferent brethren brethrendeclared brethrendeclared brethrendeclared
declared that th t all he wanted Vw nted was wase a vin vindication vindication yindicatlon ¬
dication and that he would be content contentat
at the next state convention to step stepaside stepaside stepaside
aside and andlet let somebody else have his hisseat hisseat hisseat
seat That promise incredible as it itmay itmay itmay
may seem It is asserted he Intends to tokeep tokeep tokeep
keep In letter but with a a view to tosnatching tosnatching tosnatching
snatching the toga now worn by Reed ReedSmoot ReeiSmoot RealSmoat
Smoot his political creator creatorPlenty creatorPlenty creatorPlenty
Plenty of Candidates CandidatesCounty CandidatesCounty CandidatesCounty
County AttorneyParley Attorney Parley P Christen Chrlstenr Christensen i ien
r sen en la practically pmctlcallycertain certain to be a can canMr cana
a jIidate i11date for Mr Howells place and andj
Ii i James j T x Hammond is likely to b bsprung be besprung bei
i 7sprung sprung by the followers of exGovernor exGovernorHeber exGovernorHeber exGovernorI
I Heber M Wells There is some talk talkhowever talkhowever
1 however that Governor Wells may mayseek mayseek
7 seek the nomination himself himselfWAIFS himselfc himselfWANTS himselfATS
WAIFS ATS siii SLICE c FOR UTAH UTAHSenator UTAHSenator IITAIII
I Senator Smoot Offers Amend Amendment Arnendmel1t Amendmelit ¬
ment to New Mexico MexicoArizona MexicoArizona l1exicoArizona
Arizona Pill PillSpecial iII iIISpecial iI1Special
Special to The Herald HeraldWashington HeraldWnshlrigton HeraldWashington
Washington Feb 28 28Sonator Senator Suther Sutherland Sutherland Sutberland ¬
land today called on the secretary of the theinterior theinterior theInterior
interior and suggested that his lis depart department department departmeat ¬
ment take control of telegraph and tele telephone teleJhone telephone ¬
phone Jhone line between Price and Duchesne Duchesnein
in n Utah for the use of the Indian ser service serY1ce norvice ¬
vice and permit the public to continue continueits
its use Secretary Hitchcock will give givesuggestion givesuggestion givesuggestion
suggestion consideration considerationSenator consIderationSenator considerationSenator
Senator Sutherland also called upon the thesecretary the15ecretary thesecretary
secretary of war and urged that the lands landsof llndsof landsof
of the Fort Douglas reservation desired desiredby desiredby desiredby
by the Unlterslty of Utah be relin relinquished rellnq relinqUished ¬
quished q ished by the war department for Its Itsuse itsuse Itsuse
use useSenator Senator Smbot today offered an amend amendment amendment amendment ¬
ment to the statehood bill excepting exceptingfrom exceptingfrom excepUngfrom
from the proposed propo ed new state all allot of that thatportion thatportion thatportion
portion of Arizona lying north and west westof westof westof
of the Colorado river which shall be beannexed beannexed beannexed
annexed to and form part of Utah thatstate that thatstate thatstate
state consenting thereto He also Infro introduced Infroduced infroduced ¬
duced a bill to reimburse George W WYoung WYoung WYoung
Young postmaster at Wanship for S6 663 663worth 3 3worth 3worth
worth of postage postagostamps stamps stolen from his hiscafe hiseafe hisesfe
cafe cafeThe eafeThe esfeThe
The nomination as postmaster at Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake of A L Thomas was confirmed by bythe bythe bythe
the senate ena e today tpday without a dissenting dissentingvote dLss dissentingJ4 ntlng ntlngvote
J4 vote voteTIMB voteTIMBER t e eTIMBERfflllD
TIMBERfflllD TIMB TIMBER R ND NONE NONEACT STONE STONEACT STONEACT
ACT IS TABLED
Special to The Herald HeraldWashington HeraldWashington HeraldWashington
Washington Feb 28 28The The house housecommittee housecommittee housecommittee
committee on public J > ubUc lands by a a vote of
7 to 4 > 1 today tabled the interior depart department d department partI ¬
ment bill Introduced by Chairman ChairmanLacey ChairmanLacey I
Lacey to repeal the timber tim er aiitf ant stone stoneact stoneact stoneact
act Chairman Lacey Lac Y knowing that his hiscommittee hisommittee hiscommittee
committee would not report his bill billfavorably bUIfavorably
I favorably sought an adverse report reportupon reportupon reportupon
upon it for the purpose 1 > of getting the thebill th thbUl thobill
bill on the house calendar where It Itcould Itcould itcould
could be called up and acted upon not notwithstanding notwithstanding notwithstanding ¬
withstanding the report against it itThe itTha ItTile
The western members of the com committee committee cornmittee ¬
mittee thought the most effective effectivemethod etrectlvemethod effectivemethod
method of defeating the bill would be beto beto beto
to table It in committee and upon mo motion motion mction ¬
tion of Mondell of Wyomingthis Wyoming this was wasdone wasdone wasdone
done doneMartin donerartin doneMartin
Martin of South Dakota DIxon of ofMontana ofMontana ofMontana
Montana French of Idaho and Gronna Gronnaof
of North Dakota joined in the action actionagainst actionagainst actionagainst
against the bill billChairman bilJChairman billChairman
Chairman Lacey expresses much In Indignation indIgnation indignation ¬
dignation over the action of his com committee committee cornmittee ¬
mittee in consideration of his bill The Thewestern Thewestern Thewestern
western members of the committee say saythey saythey saythey
they do not fear the house action on the thebill thebllI thebill
bill but do not propose having It on onthe onthe onthe
the calendar so that it would have to tobe tobe tobe
be watched at all times during the ses session session sesslon ¬
sion to prevent its passage by snap snapaction snapnction snapaction
action actionThe nctionThe actionThe
The senate committee on public lands landswill landsw111 landswill
will devote its next meetings to con consideration con81deration consideration ¬
sideration of the Hansbrough timber timberand timberand timbert
t and stone repeal bill A substitute bill billhas billhas billIi
Ii has been prepared by a a subcommittee subcommitteeand
I and it Is believed that this will be re reported reported reported ¬
ported to t th the senate senateREFUSE senateREFUSE senateREFUSE
REFUSE CARNEGIE CARN EGI E OFFER OFFERLondon OFFERLondon OFFERLondon
London Feb 27 2 27The The citizens of Bath Bathagainst Bathtoday Bathit
it today declde by a vote of two to one oneagainst oneagainst
against the acceptance a ceptan e of Andrew Car Carnegies Carnegies Carnegles ¬
negies offer of 65000 for a public 11 library 11br 11brary ¬
brary br brary1c ry > >
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BOMB OMB WASMAlJE WASMAlJEBY WAS MI MIBY
BY DENVERMAN DENVERMANNew DENVER MAN MANNew
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New and Sensational Details in lirEe lirEegard Bei Beigard Re Regard
gard to the Alleged Confes Confession Confession Coniession ¬
sion of Orchard OrchardMAN Orc1iaia Orc1iaiaMAN OrchardMAN
MAN MAKES ADMISSION ADMISSIONSHOP ADMISSI N NSHOP
V
SHOP WHERE THE DEADLY DEADLYTUBE DEADLYTUBE DEADLYTUBE
TUBE WAS AS MADE MADEfrHH4 MADElJ MADEDenver
frHH4 lJ M H H t M H t M M t t M
+ Denver Feb 28 28Accordlng According to toH toHarry + f fr
+ r Harry H Ty Orchards alleged confes confession coiffesslon +
+ f sion It was learned here today todaythat +
+ f that the bomb with which ex eJernor cxernor 4 4ernor +
+ ernor Steunenberg was killed at atCaldwell atCaidwell 4 +
4 + Caldwell Ida Dec 30 last was + I Imanufactured jmanufactured
4 + manufactured In Denver Denverf + f
+ + f + t + 3 + 4 r + fl f + t + + + + + t + t + t + + + t + t + t + f + t I
Denver Feb 28 28HarryOrchard Harry Orchard the thealleged thealleged thealleged
alleged assassin of exGovernor Steu Steunenberg Steunenberg Steunenberg
nenberg of Idaho it is said confessed confessedto
to having secured the th lead receptacle receptaclein
in which the explosives were placed placedfrom placedfrom laced lacedfrom
from Charles T Roach a plumber lumber at
11651 1651 Court place in this city The shop
is diagonally across the street from the thefurniture thafurnIture th thfurniture
furniture store of George = A Pettibone Pettiboneone
one of the suspects now under arrest arrestin
in Idaho Mr Roach said today that thathe thathe thatbe
he recollected having made a lead l ad re receptacle receptacle yeceptacle ¬
ceptacle and gave a a description of the theman theman theman
man who ordered it which tallies with withthat wIthtbat withthat
that of Orchard OrchardTried OrchardTried OrchardTried
Tried to Shoot Governor GovernorBoise Governor GovernorBoise GovernorBoise
Boise Ida Feb 28 28It It has been defi definitely d definitely fi finite ¬
nitely nite y decided that the investigation of
the case against Moyer and his associ associates assocIates asses assesates ¬
ates for the murder of former Governor GovernorFrank GovernorFrank GovernorFrank
Frank Steunenberg shall begin before beforethe beforethe beforethe
the grand jury at Caldwell tomorrow
It is not known whether Harry Orch Orchard Orchar Orchard ¬
ard ar who is said to have confessed to
his part in the crime will be taken be ¬
fore the jury
In the statement made by Governor
Gooding respecting the confession made
by Orchard it was stated that the theprisoner theprisoner theprisoner
prisoner had told of two unsuccessful unsuccessfulattempts unsuccessfulattempts unsuccessfulattempts
attempts to slay the former governor
One of these was an effort to shoot him himat hImat himat
at his home a week or so before the themurder themurder themurder
murder Prior to that a a bomb was
laid in the pathway taken by the gov governor governor governor ¬
ernor It was arranged with a wire wirestretched wirestretched cvirestretched
stretched across the path th The Intend Intended intended intended ¬
ed victim however unconsciously unconsciouslystepped unconscIouslystepped unconsciouslystepped
stepped over the wire and never knew
how close he had been to death That Thatwas Thatwas Thatwas
was the same bomb afterward used for
killing him himThe himThe himThe
The bomb was like the one laid laldtor tor Zpr5udge
Judge Goddard In Denver having havIn a
bottle of sulphuric acid and so soarranged SOarranged soarranged
arranged that the cork wpuld he drawn
by a pull on the th wire wn When n the suc successful successtul suecesstul ¬
cesstul attempt was made a long fish
line was attached to the wire the bomb
being tied to the inside of the gate gatepost gatepost gatepost ¬
post A pull on on the th line fired the in ¬
fernal machine machineOrchard m machlneOrchard chlne chlneOrchard
Orchard Quits Miller MillerSpecial M MillerSpecial iller illerSDecial
Special to The Herald HeraldBoise HeraldBoise HeraldBoise
Boise Ida Feb 28 28Today Today Harry
Orchard at the state penitentiary con consented consented consented ¬
sented tosee tQ see and talk with Fred Mil Miller Miller Miler ¬
ler his former attorney The interview interviewwas
was very v brief Mr Miller told his
former client that an Injustice had
been done him in the circulation of the therepori therepoct therepont
repori that he Miller had deserted
him and that he had no thought of ofabandoning ofabandoning ofabandoning
abandoning his case and was willing to tocontinue tocontinue tocontinue
continue If Orchard was willing
Orchard stated that inasmuch as Mil MUler ¬
ler had been retained to help defend defendthe d defendthe fend fendthe
the other men he had come to the con conclusion conclusion conclusion ¬
clusion that Miller had deserted or was wasabout wasabout wasabout
about to desert him He stated that hewas hewas he bewas
was satisfied with matters as they now nowstood novstoo nowstood
stood stoo and declined to further retain retainMr retainMr retainMr
Mr Miller as his legal adviser Whileat While Whileat Whileat
at the prison Miller took occasion to tohave tohave tohave
have a short Interview Int rview with Moyer MoyerHaywood MoyerHawood MoyerHaywood
Haywood and Pettibone P ttlbone asking if they theywere tbeywere theywere
were In need of or wanted anything he hecould hecould hecould
could get for them themNo themNo themNo
No Requisition Yet YetDenver YetDenver YetDenver
Denver Feb 28 28Governor Governor McDonald McDonaldtoday McDonaldtoday McDonaldtoday
today denied that he had issued a re requisition requisltlon roqulsitlon ¬
quisition for Vincent s s1 John one of ofthe otthe ofthe
the officers of the Western Federation Federationof
of Minera now in prison at Boise Boisehave BoiseHI BoiseI
HI I have not been asked to Issue a arequisition arequisition arequisition
requisition for St John said the gov governor gavo gavSt governor ¬
ernor ernorSt ernorSt o
St John was president of t the th Miners Minersunion Minersunion Minersunion
union at Telluride when the assassina assassination assassination assassinslion ¬
tion of Arthur Collins and J W Bar Barney Barney Barney ¬
ney occurred
EQUITABLES UUITABtESFIOURE FIGURE TALE TALETrustees TALETrustees 1AETrustees
Trustees of Company Name NameNew NameNew NameNew
New Member and Hear HearStatement HearStatenlent HearStatement
Statement Read ReadNew ReadNew Read1New
New York Feb 28 SThe The trustees of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Equitable Life Assurance society societytoday societytoday societytoday
today elected John M Beach of the theTefftWeller theTefft theTeuftWeller
TefftWeller Tefft WeIler Dry Goods corporation a amember amember amember
member of the board There were no noother noother noother
other changes all the officers and andstanding andstanding andstanding
standing committees holding over overpending overpending overpending
pending the receipt of the report of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the committee on bylaws bylawsThe by1awsThe bylawsfhe
The annual statement of the society societypresented societypresented societypresented
presented to the trustees shows that
59652457 9652467 was charged on off during the theyear theyear theyear
year for losses The expenses incurred incurredin
in connection with the several exami examinations examinations exam examnations ¬
nations of the society in 1905 including includingreserve includingreserve includIngreserve
reserve of 25000 amounted to 502152 502152The 502152The 502152The
The total receipts for the year In Including including ineluding ¬
cluding 425038 for adjustment of book bookvalues bookvalues bookvalues
values on on stocks and bqnds amounted amountedto
to 89105319 and the total disburse disbursements dlsbursements disbursenients ¬
ments and losses to 64761752 an ex excess cxcess ¬
cess of receipts over profits over dis disbursements disbursements digbursements ¬ I
bursements and loss of 24343567 24343567NThe 2434356The 24343561The
NThe The statement of assets and liabili liabilities llabillties liabilitIes ¬
ties as of date Dec 31 1905 shows showstotal showstotal showstotal
total assets of 420973756 The total totalliabilities totalliabilities i ilIab1litles
liabilities were 352516566 leaving a asurplus asUrPlus asurplus
surplus of 68457190 68457190New 68457190New 68457190New
New business in 1905 was about 380 80
000000 less than In 1904 The outstand outstanding outstandIng outstandlug ¬
ing total Insurance on Dec 31 1905 1905was 1905was 1905was
was 30419456 less than it was on Dec
31 1904 During the year 1905 the theiEquitable theEquitable theEquitable
Equitable disbursed disbursed106629 10662975 5 to pol policy policy polIcy ¬
icy holders who surrendered their pol policies Dolieles polides ¬
ides This Is 7731670 i7316 O more than was wasexpended wasexpended wasexpended
expended upon the he same sa e account in
1904 < < <
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CHINA TO PAY PAYBLOOD PAYBLOOD
BLOOD MONEY MUNEYGovernment
Government Volunteers to Make MakeReparation MakeJleparation Makeeparation
Reparation for Assassination Assassinationof i iT
T of > Foreigners ForeignersLondon PoreignersLArndon
London March 1 lrrhe The Daily Da11yMail Mails Mailscorrespondent Mailscorrespondent s
correspondent corres ldent at Shanghai reports that thatan thatan thatan
an Ameriesii Am rl g gunboat nboattb the Qulros Qllr ufr S prob probably pro1ablY b bably ¬
ably had arrived at Nanchang NanchangOn
On the same authority it is stated statedthat statedthat statedthat
that Rev H C Kinghams eldest eldestdaughter eldestdaughter eldestdaughter
daughter has died from the effects of ofthe otthe ofthe
the injuries inflicted upon her herby by the theChinese theChinese theChinese
Chinese mob that killed her parents parentsThe 1areI1tsTbe parentsThe
The correspondent at Shanghai of the theTribune theTribune theTribune
Tribune says that eye witnesses at atNanchang atNanchang atNanchang
Nanchang assert that a a priest named namedLa namedLa namedLa
La Cruche stabbed the magistrate magistratetwice magistratetwice
twice in the throat throatThe throatThe throatThe
The Morning Posts Shanghai corre correspondent correspondent correspondent ¬
spondent says that a dispute about aboutland aboutland aboutland
land was the origin of the trouble at atNanchang atNanchang atNanchang
Nanchang and adds It is felt here herethat barethat herethat
that the official rank of Catholic mis missionaries missionarIes misstonarles ¬
sionaries is a source of difficulty and andought andought andought
ought to be withdrawn withdrawnTo
To Punish Assassins AssassinsPekin AssassinsPekin AssassinsPekin
Pekin Feb 28 28The The government has hasinstructed basInstructed hasinstructed
instructed the governor governor of Nanchang Nanchangprovince Nanchangprovince Nanchangprovince
province of Kiang Si where wh re on Feb
25 six French Jesuit missionaries and andfour andtour andfour
four British subjects were killed to topunish topunish topunish
punish severely all participants in the themassacre themassacre themassacre
massacre and declares his willingness willingnessto
to make without question any reason reasonable reasonable reasonable ¬
able reparation demanded Many for foreigners foreigners forelgners ¬
eigners at Pekin know cnor the governor of ofNanchang1 ofNanchang ofNanchang
Nanchang and consider him efficient efficientand efficientand efficientand
and friendly They believe his version versionof
of the troubles and credit his state statement statement staternent ¬
ment that he was unable to prevent the thedisturbance thedisturbance thedisturbance
disturbance American British and andGerman andGerman aidGerman
German gunboats are proceeding to tothe tothe tothe
the nearest possible point to Nan Nanchang Nanchang Nanchang ¬
chang River navigation Is seldom seldomsafe seldomsafe seldomsafe
safe beyond Poyang lake British and andGerman anaGerman andGerman
German gunboats have beenstationed beenstationedat been stationed stationedat
at the lake for two years despite fre frequent frequent trequent ¬
quent Chinese protests that it was wasan wasan wasan
an infringement of Chinas river regu regulations regulatIons regulatlons ¬
lations
Funstons View ViewSan ViewSan ViewSan
San Francisco Feb 28 28Things Things are arebeginning arebeginnIng arebeginning
beginning to look serious in the east eastsaid eastsaid eastsaid
said General Funston in an interview interviewand InterviewHand interviewand
Hand and the action of the war department departmentIn
In reenf reenforcing orcing the troops already in the thePhilippines thePhilippines thePhilippines
Philippines will in my opinion be jus justified justified juntided ¬
tified before the end of the present up uprisings uprisings uprisings ¬
risings It seems probable he con continued continued continued ¬
tinued that most of the forces for a aChinese aChinese aChinese
Chinese expedition must come from the theUnited tl1eUnited theUnited
United States for there are not many manymore man manmore manymore
more men in the Philippines at present presentthan presentthan presentthan
than are necessary for the preserva preservation preservation preservation ¬
tion of law andorder and order among amoDg1the the isl islands islands mlands ¬
ands andsDOUBLE andsDOUBLE andsDOUBLE
I
DOUBLE TRAGEDY IN INPRESENCE INPRESENCE INPRESENCE
PRESENCE OF DEADNev DEAD DEADNew DEADNew
New York Feb 28 28Thomas Thomas Dett Dettman Dettman Dettman
man today shot and andkflled killed his brother brotherinlaw broth brothrinlaw r rinlaw
inlaw Thomas Fennen during a aquarrel aquarrel aquarrel
quarrel over the death of Fennens Fennensyoung Fennensyoung Fennensyoung
young wife Dettmans sister whose whosebody whosebody whosebody
body at the time of the shooting lay layawaiting layawaitingJ layawaiting
awaiting burial in the adjoining room roomIn roomIn roomIn
In the same house Dettman then put puta
a bullet into his own head dying in instantly instantly instantly ¬
stantly stantlyThe stantlyThe stantly1he
The tragedy occurred in Fennens Fennenshouse Fennenshouse Fennenshouse
house In the Flatbush section se tlon of ofBrooklyn ofBrooklyn ofBrooklyn
Brooklyn Dettman had come to at attend attend attend ¬
tend the funeral and quarreled with withhis withhis withhis
his brotherinlaw over a surgical surgicaloperation surglc81operation surgicaloperation
operation which had resulted in Mrs MrsFennens 1trrsFennens MrsFennens
Fennens death deathi deathADMIRALS deathADMIRALS
u
i ADMIRALS LEAVE BRIDGE BRIDGEWashington BRIDGEWashington BRIDGEWashington
Washington Feb 28 28Rear Hear Admiral AdmIralColby AdmiralColby
1 Colby M Chester was placed upon pon the theretired theretired theretired
retired list today He was retained retainedupon retaInedupon retainalupon
upon temporary active duty In the bu bureau bureau bureau ¬
reau of navigation Admiral Chester Chesterwill Chesterw1ll Chesterwill
will be succeeded In charge of the naval navalobservatory navalobservatory navalobsehatory
observatory by Rear Admiral Asa AsaWalker AssWalker
Walker The retirement of Admiral AdmiralFrench AdmiralFrench Admlralr
French r < < mch E Chadwiclc ChadwICkalso talso als occurred o J1ned to tod
day d y
t t w
06DBI YOUTH SLAYS FATHER TO SAVE MOTHERS LIFE LIFEDebauch LIFEDebauch LIFEDebauchof
Debauch of Ogden Man Culminates in His Meeting With Vio Violent Violent Violent ¬
lent Death at the Hands of His His18YearOIc His18YearOld
JSYearOldSon 18YearOIc Son
+ + + + + t + t + t + + + t + t f4k I tA + + ± + + + t + + t HF t
+ Special to The e Herald HeraldOgden HeraldOgden erald eraldOgde +
i + Ogden Feb 28 28In In saving his hIsmother + fmother
+ mother from a murderous attack by 4
+ his drinkcrazed father Frank FrankChecketta 4 4Checketts t
+ Checketts aged IS years shot and andkilled andkilled andhilled +
+ killed Joseph Checketts at the fam lam1ly 4 +
+ ily residence 151 Thirtieth Thlrt ieth street streetshortly 4 4shortly +
1 + shortly after 3 oclock o clock this morning 4 4Jli +
4 4 Jli + Itt IttQgdsn ± lJLl t + ll + AAJL t AAJ + 9 AAI t t 1 1Qgdfln 9 9Qg
Qgdfln Qg 11n Feb fe 2S 28fbedmn The The kflllngyof ofJoseph1 ofJoseph1Checketts Joseph JosephChecketts JosephChecketta
Checketts by his son this morning cre created created crcated ¬
ated considerable excitement The boy boyclaims boycla1ms boyclaims
claims and his statement Is substanti substantiated substantiated substantiated ¬
ated by members of the family that he hekilled he1dIled hekilled
killed his parent accidentally and while whilein whilein whilein
in defense of his mother The tragedy tragedywas tragedywns tragedywan
was the culmination of a debauch of ofseveral ofseveral ofseveral
several days duration by the victim victimIt
It is related that during that period the theentire theentire theentire
entire family lived In a state of terror terrorSince terrorSince terrorSince
Since the holidays the dead man had haddone haddone haddone
done little work and spent s1 > ent much of his histime hIstlme histime
time In saloons Monday night there was wasa wasa wasa
a surprise party at the Checketts home homeat homeat homeat
at which the father indulged freely In Indrink indrink indrink
drink The night I ght according to the mem members members membern ¬
bers of the family none of them dared daredto
to sleep because of his drunken ravings ravingsand ravingsand ravingsand
and until the time of his death he kept kepthe keptlthe keptthe
lthe < he family In mortal fear fearTuesday fearTuesday fearTuesday
Tuesday afternoon he returned to his hishome hishome hisborne
home intoxicated and first threatened threatenedto
to take the life of one of his daughters daughtersaged daughtersaged dauhtersaged
aged 20 years but was persuaded to lie HeUNCLE lieUNCLE lieUNCLE
1 1Gold
UNCLE 81S SAMSSTRONG SIR SIRGold STRONG BOX BOXGold
Gold Galore Is Left After Aftir Pay Payment Payment Paynient ¬
ment of Several Large LargeLiabilities LargeLiabilities LargeLiabilities
Liabilities LiabilitiesWashington LiabilitiesWashington LiabilitiesWashington
Washington Feb 28 2BFor For the first firsttime firsttime firsttime
time since May 1 1904 when the gov government government goyeminent ¬
ernment made its Dayment of 50000
000 for the Panama canal property and
4600000 was loaned to the Louisiana LouisianaPurchase LouisianaPurchase LouisIanaPurchase
Purchase Exposition company the thedally thedaily thedaily
daily statement issued today toda shows for forthe forthe forthe
the fiscal year a surplus of receipts receiptsover receiptsover receiptsover
over expenditures The ThesurphIs surplus today todayamounts todayJLmounts todaytmounts
amounts to 51102003 This is regard regarded ¬
ed by the treasury officials as a re remarkably remarkably remarkably ¬
markably fine showing especially In Inview invi Inview
view vi w of the fact that the expenditures expendituressince eXDendlturessince exoendituressince
since July 1 last on account of public publicworks Jubllcworks publicworks
works exceeds those for the thecorre thecorresponding corre corresponding correspending ¬
sponding period last year by nearly ne rIy
12000000 A very large part of this thissum thissum thissum
sum was paid out for Panama canal canalconstruction canalconstruction canalconstruction
construction constructionCONFIRMED constructionCONFIRMED constructionCONFIRMED
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CONFIRMED BY SENATE SENATEWashington SENATEW31IWngton SENATEWashington
Washington Feb 28 28The The senate In ex executive executive cxecutivo ¬
ecutive session confirmed the following followingnominations followingnominations followingnominations
nominations nominationsHarry nominationsIIsrry nominationsHarry
Harry I L Paddock California consul at atAmoy atmoy atAinoy
Amoy moy China ChinaPostmasters ChinaPostmlstersCallforniaD ChinaPostxnasterzal1forniaD
Postmasters PostmlstersCallforniaD California D W Morris MorrisModesto MorrisModesto MorrisModesto
Modesto ModestoNevada Modestoeyadac ModestoNevadaC
Nevada eyadac C A A Beemer Sparks SparksUtah SParksUtahA SparksUtahA
Utah UtahA A Ls I Thomas Salt Lake IakeWashington LakeWashlnstonE LakeWashingtonB
Washington E L Brunton Walla WallaWalla WallaWaIla WallsWalla
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down During the night he awakened
from ms l s drunken stupor drove the chil ¬
dren to bed and then th n told his wife that
If she would ould go Into his room with him hi
that he would behave behaveThe behaveThe behaveThe
The son Frank did not think all was wasright wasright wasright
right and upon going to the bedroom
door says he saw his father grab his hismother hismother hismother
mother by b the hair with one hand and andwith andwith andwith
with the other was holding aloft a
butcher knife blood was w flowing f19wJngfrom f19wJngfromthawom2tnS from fromtha
tha thawom2tnS woman fceXar heii Rushing Rusl Ing Into theroom the theroom theroom
room the boy pOinted a revolver at his
father and ordered him to let so of the thewoman thewoman thewoman
woman saying he would kill him The
father released his wife and started for
Frank when the revolver cracked and
the drunken man fell to the floor dead
Sergeant Robert Chambers Officer E
Morrissey and Patrol Driver Thompson Thompsonresponded Thompsonresponded Thompsonresponded
responded to the call made by members membersof
of the family Upon their arrival the
boy was placed under arrest and Un ¬
dertaker Richey notified to take charge chargeof
of the remains remainsSpecial remainsSpecial remainsSpecial
Special to The Herald Herald1aysviIIe
Kaysville Utah Feb 28 28Joseph Joseph Check Checketts Checketts ¬
etts US who was kIlled in Ogden by b his son
Frank this morning was well known
here Mr fr and Sirs Checketts lived In
Kaysville for some years after their theirmarriage theirmarriage theirmarriage
marriage twentysix years ago Mrs
Mrs Checketts was a Miss Jennie Gra ¬
ham daughter of the lateAlexander Gra ¬
ham and is a sister of Mrs Charles Odd
Henry Graham and John Graham of
Kaysville KaysvilleSpecial Ka KaysvlllePACKERS SV1l1 SV1l1PACKERS
PACKERS ASKING IMMUNITY IMMUNITYSpecial IMMUNITYSpecial
Special Government Agent AgentFlatly AgentFlatly AgentFlatly
Flatly Contradicts Witness Witnessfor Witnessfor Witnessfor
for the Combine CombineChicago CombineCbl Combine1Chicago
Chicago Cbl go Feb 28 28E E D Durand spec special specJal spec1st ¬
ial agent for the government was on the thestand thestand thestand
stand all day In the hearing of the t e pack packers packers packem ¬
ers pleas for indemnity and win con continue continue continue ¬
tinue his evidence tomorrow tomorrowHe
He contradicted the evidence given by bywitnesses bywItnesses bywitnesses
witnesses for the packers in several In Instances Instances instances ¬
stances the most notable being where wherehe wherehe wherehe
he flatly denied the statement mqde by
Arthur Meeker general superintendent superintendentfor
for Armour Co Mr Meeker declared declaredwhile declaredwhile declaredwhile
while a witness that he had h d answered all allquestions allquestions allquestions
questions put to him by Durand and Du Durand Durand Durand ¬
rand today denied this thisDurand thisDurand thisDurand
Durand also said that he h asked A H HVeeder HVeeder HVeeder
Veeder general genera counsel for Swift Co Coand Coand Coand
and one of the men under indictment in inthe Inthe inthe
the present case to give evidence during I Ithe
the investigation by Commissioner Gar
field under oath and that Mr Veeder Veederreplied Veederreplied Veederreplied
replied that he would do nothing of the thethe
kind for the reason that it might destroy
the chance of Immunity for the pack packers packe1ate packcis ¬
ers ersLate Late In the day Judge Humphrey who
had declared soon after court opened openedthat openedthat
that he could not admit as evidence let letters letters letters ¬
ters that passed between Mr Durand and andCommissioner andCommissioner andCommissioner
Commissioner Garfield during the inves investigation invesItigatlon invesligation ¬
tigation altered his decision and admit admitted admitte admit4i ¬
ted te 4i the letters
j s iw iwHis
His visit has been a ahappy ahappy ahappy
happy one for two score scoreof scorof scoreof
of homes Hell call callon callon callon
on twenty more next nextMonday NextMonc iXtlllonday
Monday Mondaylave Monc
ay aya I Iave
lave a ave e Next ext Sundays S SundaysPaper ndays ndaysv
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fl FIRE E RATES ARE ARETOiNCREASE I ITO
TO TOiNCREASE TOiNCREASEAll INCREASm INCREASmAll
All Salt lake Ins Insurance ce Agents Now Nowin N Nowin w win
in Combination Combina oii to Main Maintain Mainta Maintaiii ¬
tain ta l Prices PricesBCftRD P PricesBCJRDSTANDARD c s sB1RD
BCftRD BCJRDSTANDARD STANDARD TO TORULE TORULEONEFIFTH TORULEONEFIFTH RULE RULEONEFIFTH
ONEFIFTH OF POLICYHOLDERS POLICYHOLDERSMUST
MUST STANDRAISE STANDRAISEThere STAND RAISE RAISEThere
There will be no more competition In Infire Infire Infire
fire insurance rates in this city ith 3 and at atleast atleast atleast
least 20 per 1 > cr cent c nt of oftha the householders and andbusiness andbulnoss andbusIness
business men men who have h ve been carrying carryingpolicies carringpoUcl carryingpCUCieS
policies poUcl will nave to top pay p a 3 higher rate ratewiicn ratewl ratewhen
when wl n their presehc pres 1t agreements with the theccmjaniee thtc theCC1fliinirb
ccmjaniee c mmlf expire expireThe explrtThe expireThe
The board of fire underwriters of the thePacific tIlepacific thePacific
Pacific yesterday organized orb nized ail the fire fireinsurance fireiJU fireinsurance
insurance iJU rdIilC agents of this city into a n local localassociation localallsocl localaisociuon
association allsocl on and hereafter prices will DC DCmaintained oemall1taJned ccmaintained
maintained mall1taJnedFor maintainedFor
For a number of years several local fire fireinsurance fireinsurance 1re 1reinsurance
insurance agents fought against entering enteringthe entorlngthe enteringthe
the Pacific board Yesterday however howeverthey howeverthey howeverthey
they were compelled to give up the bat battle battle battie ¬
tle and now that they are all together togetherthe
the regular tariff tarI will be enforced The Thenew Thenew Thenew
new organization was formed In the of office offIce office ¬
fice of the board of Pacific Fire Under Underwriters Untlerwriters Underwriters ¬
writers in the Commercial building buildingEvery buildtngEvery buildingEvery
Every fire insurance agent in the city citywas cttywas citywas
was present or was represented repres < mted The Theofficers Theofficers Theofficers
officers elected were President James JamesRogers JamesRogers JamesRogers
Rogers vice president H B Windsor Windsortreasurer WIndsortreasurer Vindsortreasurer
treasurer C E Raybould secretary seereta T TH PH rH
H Cartwriglit and A L McDonald with withall withall withall
all the other officers except the treas treasurer treasurer treesurer ¬
urer to compose the executive committee committeeA
A majority m jority of the members of the new neworganization neworganization neworganization
organization have maintained the Pacific Pacificboards PacJJcboards Pacificboards
boards rates so those who obtained their theirinsurance thclrinsurance theirinsurance
insurance through them will not have havet haveto haveto
t to pay a higher rate when their policies policiesfrun policiesrun ol1cies ol1ciesrun
frun run out Nearly all policies for fire are areIssued areissued areissued
Issued for three years ears The TheJndcpondent TheJndcpondentagents Theindependentagents independent independentI
I agents who gave rates much lower than thanthose thanthose thanthose
those authorized by the board it Is be believed beUeved believed ¬
lieved collected about 20 per cent of the thepremiums thepremiums thepremiums
premiums paid on policies now held by bycitizens bycitizens bycitizens
citizens of Salt Lake Now all their cli clients clients clients ¬
ents will have to pay the regular rates rateswhich rateswhich rateSwhich
which are much higher higherDeny higherDeny higherDeny
Deny It Is a Trust TrustThe TrustThe TrustThe
The officers of the new organization organizationdeny organizationdeny organizationdeny
deny that I Us a trust and declare that thatin thatin thatin
in Increasing the rates to those who have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been benefittingr by the cut prices they theyare theyare theyare
are simply getting gettingwhat what Is due them and andt andtbe andthe
t the companies and besides are stamping stampingout
out a policy that was detrimental to the thebusiness thebusiness thebusiness
business as far as profits were con concerned concerned concerned ¬
cerned They declare it is not a trust trustbut trustbut trustbut
but merely a combination to fix prices pricesI pricesThree pricesThree
I Three local agents who held out as aslong aslong aslong
long as it was possible and who joined joinedI joinedthe joinedthe
I the new organization only yesterday are areE areE
1 E H Peirce Ensign Elder Cartwright Cartwrightand
and A L Vincent One of these firms firmswas firmswas firmswas
was threatened with wit the loss of six of the theefglltr thefghr theetgiir
efglltr easterninsurance eastern lterif 1 itisUranc s rancecfirlpftn1 conip3nifes s It rep represented represented represented ¬
resented before It decided that It was wastime wastime wastime
time to stop fighting the Pacific Pa lfl coast coastboard coastboard coastboard
board There are about twenty Insurance Insurancecompanies insurancecompanies insurancecompanies
companies which the board has not con controlled controlled controlle ¬
trolled One hundred odd other companies companieswere companieswere companieswere
were in the board One it is said has hasjust hasjust hasjust
just 150 policies voUcl s Issued to householders householdersand
and business men at low rates who will willhave willhae willhave
have to pay an increased rate as soon as asthey asthey asthey
they expire expirePresent expirePresent expirePresent
Present Insurance Status StatusWhile StatusWhile StatusWhile
While every denial is made that thereIs there thereis thereIg
is any trust In the organization it Is Isnevertheless Isneyertheless isnevertheless
nevertheless true that the agents in this thiscity thiscity thiscity
city who did not care care re to submit to the thejurisdiction thejurisdiction thejurisdiction
jurisdiction of the Pacific board were werecompelled wereccmpelled werecompelled
compelled to do so or lose their companies companiesThe
The situation now Is that about 20 per percent percent percent
cent of the citizens citIz ns of Salt Lake who have havetaken havetaken havetaken
taken out fire Insurance policies Issued Issuedby Issuedby issuedby
by companies represented repr sented by the agents agentswho agentswho agentswho
who were Independent until yesterday yesterdaywill yesterdayw111 yesterdaywill
will have to pay an increased rate the theinstant theInstant theInstant
instant their present policies expire e plre The Thefre Thefro Thefre
fre rate on dwellings has been In the theneighborhood tbeneighborhood theneighborhood
neighborhood of 70 cents per 100 This Thishowever Thishowover Thishowever
however has been lower than the regular regularrate regularrate regularrate
rate because the Pacific board had to tomeet tomeet tomeet
meet the rates of the independents or non nonboard nonboard nonboard
board agents Now It Is said that this thiswill thiswill thiswill
will be increased to something over 1 1per 1er 1per
per er 100 for policies running runI ng three years yearsRates yearsR yearsRates
Rates R tes on business property have always alwaysbeen alwaysbeen alwaysbeen
been higher than on dwellings and these theseprices theseprices theseprices
prices will go up in proportion proportionAccording proportionAccording proportionAccording
According to the agreement made by byall byall byall
all the members of the new association associationyesterday associationyesterday associationyesterday
yesterday there Is to be no cutting of ofrates ofrates ofrates
rates in this city but tills does not pro prohibit prohibit prohibit ¬
hibit them from slashing prices outside outsideSalt outsideSalt outsideSalt
Salt Lake in the state It Is not believed believedhowever believedhowever bclievedhowever
however that any of the members will willattempt wUlattempt willattempt
attempt to do anything that would bring bringthe bringthe bringthe
the ill will of the organization down upon uponthem uponthem uponthem
them as the companies compaI es are reported to be behostile behostile behostile
hostile to further cuTting cuTtingThe cu1UngThe cultingThe
The board of fire underwriters of thePacific the thePacific thePacific
Pacific has control of nearly ne rIy all the fire fireInsurance fireinsurance fireinsurance
Insurance business of the western states statesas
as far east as Utah It Is said to be bereaching bereaching bereaching
reaching eastward and may soon control controlother controlother controlother
other commonwealths commonwealthsOn
On behalf of the new organization It is isclaimed isclaimed isclaimed
claimed It will be better generally for the thecity thecity thecity
city and its people There will be no nodiscrimination nodiscriminatlpn nodiscrimination
discrimination it is said and rates will willbe willbe willbe
be equitable equitablePLUCY equitablePLUGY
I 3 3PLUCY
PLUCY ENGINEER ENGINEERSAVES ENGINEERSAVES ENGINEERSAVES
SAVES MANY LIVES LIVESButte LIVESButte LIVESButte
Butte Mont Feb 28 28A A light en engine enSino engino ¬
Sino crashed into a passenger train on onthe onthe onthe
the heavy grade west of this city to today today toclay ¬
day and that a a large number of lives liveswas llveswas liveswas
was not lost is due to the th heroism of ofEngineer ofEngineer ofEngineer
Engineer Bjirker of the light engine enginewho enginewho enginewho
who when he realized he was rapidly rapidlyrurning rapidlyrurning rapidlyrurning
rurning down the passenger tuck > to tohis tohis tohis
his lever Barker remained with his hisengine hisengine hisengine
engine until he saw a collision was wasInevitable wasln wasinevitable
Inevitable ln vitable when he and his fireman firemanleaped firemanleaped firemanleaped
leaped for their lives escaping with withnothing withnothing withnothing
nothing more serious than a a bruising bruisingThe bruisingThe bruisingThe
The engine was practically demolished demolishedandthe demolishedand
andthe and the coach wrecked Thomas Con Conroy Conroy Conroy
roy a trainman becoming confused In Inthe inthe inthe
the snowstorm was run down and andkilled andkflle andkilled
killed < l
BLANKETED WITH SNOW SNOWButte SNOWButte SNOWButte
Butte Mont Feb 28 28Butte Butte and andthe andthe andthe
the state generally was visited last lastnight 1astnIght lastnight
night and today by one ofthe of the fiercest fiercestsnow fiercestsnow fiercestsnow
snow snow storms of the season the th fall fallrarging fallrarglng failrarging
rarging from twelve to twenty tW nty inches inchesin
in depth Eastern Montana points re report report report ¬
port a heavy fall but if the weather weatherdoes weatherdoe weatherdoes
does doe not get extremely cold no losses lossesof
of stock are expected The tempera temperature temperature temperature ¬
ture Is falling tonight as the result of oftHe oft11e ofthe
tHe wind windFAVOR windFAVOFtDOMINICAN
0 0FAVOft s
FAVOR FAVOFtDOMINICAN DOMINICAN TREATY TREATYments TREATYVashln TREATYVeshingt
Vashln Veshingt i Feb 2SThesenatelom 2SThesenatelommltteeoXff 23The senateom senateommittee
mltteeoXff mittee onforaign r i relations today by lv a aparty iparty
party vot voteitgreed S e d Jmfavorably torjfavorabli report reporCthe the
San SanDomIno ominiptr treaty atyiA A n number moor of amend amendment amendmenth
ments wfmadO V ejr m madetothee 8d to tO4thetre thetre treatybefore ty tybefore before It Itwas Ifwas It1vssrep2ed
1vssrep2ed was reported
i
Will WILICONFERdI CONFER 01f 01fNEW
NEW BOND ISSUE ISSUEDirectors
Directors of Utah Light Railway RailwayCompany RaihvayCompany RailwayCompany
Company and Bondhold Bondholders BondhoIers ¬
ers to Meet MeetGATHERING it et etEFFRTSNOW
1 1GAJH
GATHERING GAJH RING IN SAiiTlp6 SAiiTlp6EFFORTSNOW SAkTIs K KEFF
EFFORTSNOW EFF RTSN9W TO GETfI6D0 GET < f l oo1ooa oo1ooaFORIMPROVEMENTS o 00a 00aFOR ooaFOR
FOR IMPROVEMENTS FORIMPROVEMENTSA IMPROVEMENTSA I MPROVEM ENTS ENTSA
A blanket bond issue for 7350000 is isnow isnow jgnow
now proposed as a solution of the flnan flnancial llnanclal financial
cial problem of the Utah Liglit Bail Bailway Ranway Railway
way company If negotiations now un under unler Under ¬
der way for the sale of these bonds are aranot arQnot arenot
not successful the entire question will willbe w1Ube willbe
be taken up at a meeting in about two twoweeks twoweeks twoweeks
weeks In Salt Lake City of directors directorsof
of the company and representatives of olthe ofthe ofthe
the present bondholders bondholdersThe
The plan is to issue bonds in the sum sumof sumof sumof
of 6350000 to take up the old bonds bondaof bondsof bondsof
of the various companies represented representedin
in the organization and issue also l <
000000 in bonds to pay p y for improve improvements improvements Improvements
ments principally on the street cae caelines ca calines caslines
lines linesW
W J Curtis a New York attorney attorneywho attome attomewho attorneywho
who was to come co e to this city as asa a rep representatlve representatie representatlve
resentatlve of the bondholders to In Investigate InvestIgate Investigate
vestigate the matter of reorganization reorganizationhas reorganization1has
has wired to Judge Le Grand Youngj Youngjcounsel Youngtcounsel Young4counsel
counsel for the company that he can cannot cannot cannot
not come at present presentAt
At present negotiations are on for tha thasale thasale thesale
sale of the 1000000 for improvements improvementsout
out of the new blanket bond issue Aft Aftter After Af4ter
ter ter this is disposed of the plan is thai thaithe thatthe thaithe
the bonds held by the old creditors creditorswill creditorswill creditorswill
will be exchanged for the new securi securities securities
ties An offer to give a certain certathamouni certathamouniof amount amountof
of stock with the new bonds was with withdrawn withdrawn withdrawn
drawn last week and the bonds will willbe wUJbe willbe
be sold without a bonus Judge Young Youngsaid Younasaid Youngsaid
said saidAt
At the forthcoming meeting of the thsdirectors thedirectors thedirectors
directors of the company if tbX tile bond bondhave bondhave boudhave
have been disposed dlspos d of new plaJis wilt wilbe wiltbe willbe
be discussed discus d Attorney Curtis of 9 New NewYork NeuYork NeriYork
York and a number of the he New NewYorIt NewYorItholders Yorjl Yorjlholders YothhoIders
holders of o stock and bonds are expected expectedto
to be present pr sent Mr Young said he fell fellthat teUthat fellthat
that there would be no difficulty In indis indisposing dig digposing dinpoing
posing of the bond Issue IssueBOTH issueBOTH issueBOTH
BOTH SIDES DEFER DEFERTO DEFERtTO DEFERTO
tTO TO THE PRESIDENT PRESIDENTPittsburg PRESIDEN1Pittsburg PRESIDENTPittsburg
Pittsburg Feb 28 28The The conference conferencebetween corifer conferencebetween nce ncebetween
between the coal miners and opera operators opera operators operators ¬
tors adjourned about 1 oclock ocIo k and the thej theaIiDouncement theannouncement
j announcement Was made that It had badbeen hadbeen
1 been decided d decldecLto Ided to issue Sl a call ca calleral 1 J fpr fR a gen general PJ1 PJ1eral ¬
eral conference to t be hdldlrtufman hdldlrtufmani h hcldhtlltanapolis ld 1 llon llonapoUs
apoUs pn paA Mon I1 9P 9PA
i A statement issued Issuf < t by the joint joincommittee jointcommittee jointcommittee
committee in explanation of the action actiontaken aationtaken actiontaken
taken says saysIn saysIn naysIn
In issuing a request r que tfOI fog a CI confer confercnce < mfer mfercnce 1lfertnce
cnce of the coal operators jot the first firststates firststates firststates
states of Ohio Indiana Illinois and andWestern andWeStern andWestern
Western Pennsylvania at Indiana Indianapolls Indianapolis Indianapolls
polls on March 19 it is s positively stated statedby statedby statedby
by ail l the operators joining in inthis this call callthat callthat callthat
that said meeting had been called en entirely entlrely entlrely ¬
tlrely In deference to the wishes of the thaPresident thePresident thePresident
President of the United States and that thatno thatno thatno
no action has been taken or agree agreement agreement agreement ¬
ment of any kind has been made by byany b bany bany
any operator up to this date regard regarding regard4Ing regardIng ¬
ing any possible settlement of existing existingdifficulties existingdifficulties existingdifficulties
difficulties No settlement is possi possible p05s14bJe possible
ble on any terms until after such meet meeting meeting meetlug ¬
ing has been held and the views of all allthe allthe allthe
the operators of the four states have havbeen havebeen havebeen
been obtained obtainedPRESIDENT obtainedPRESIDENT obtainedPR
e
PRESIDENT PR ROOSEVELT ROOSEVELTFIXES ROOSEVELTFIXES ROOSEVELTFIXESTARIFF
FIXES FIXESTARIFF TARIFF RATE RATEWashington RATEWashington RATEWashington
Washington Feb 28 28President 28PresidentRoosevelt 28PresidentRoosevelt President PresidentRoosevelt
Roosevelt today isued a proclamation proclamationImposing proclamationImposing proclamationimposing
Imposing the rates of duties provided providedby
by section 3 of the Dingley act upon uponImports uponimports uponimports
Imports from Germany In return for fozGermanys fOlGermanys forGermanys
Germanys concession of minimum minimumtariff minimumtariff minimumtariff
tariff rates on United States products productsThe productsThe 1 1The
The articles and rate of duty named namedin
in the presidents proclamation are the thasame thosame thesame
same as those now In force which whichwould whichwould whichwould
would have been terminated today but butfor butfor butfor
for the recent action of the German Germangovernment Germangovernment Germangovernment
government In giving this country tha thabenefit thttbenefit thgbenefit
benefit of its minimum tariff tariffROCKEFELLER tartfQI tarUfROCKEFELLER
QI QIROCK
ROCKEFELLER ROCK FELLER WOULD WOULDBUILD WOULDBUILD WOULDBUiLD
BUILD HOSPITAL HOSPITALNew HOSPITALNew
New York Feb 28 28An An offer oi
125000 12 OOO from John D Rockefeller for fora fo foa fora
a hospital for children suffering from fromtuberculosis fromtu fromtuberculosis
tuberculosis tu erculosls was announced announcedyesterde announcedyesterdeby yesterday yesterdayby
by R Fulton Cutting president of the theNew theNew theNew
New York Association for improving improvingthe mprovinsthe
the condition of the poor This offes offesis off offis t tis
is made on the condition that the as assoclation assocfation assoclation
soclation raisas ral s a like emount from fromether fromether fromcther
ether donors by June 30 1906 and that thatthe thatthp thatthe
the permanent maintenance ofthe of the hos hospital hosptal hospltal ¬
pital Is assured assuredNOTABLE assuredNOTABLE assuredNOTABLEDEAD
NOTABLE NOTABLEDEAD DEAD DEADNew DEADNew t tNew
New York 28 28Charles Charles E Leyland lieylandthe uylandthe
the last of seven brothers all aUo of whom whomwere whomwere whomwere
were well known insthe in the hotel business businessthroughout businessthrouglout businessthroughout
throughout the country died yesterday yesterdayIn yesterdayIn
In Broadalbin N Y He was 63 years yearsold yearsold yearsold
old
Sacramento Cal Feb 2S 2SRev Rev WH WH W WH
H Toy rector of St Johns John Episcopal Episcopalchurch Episcopalchurch Episcopalchurch
church Marysville M rysvllle died here today todayRev todayRev todayRev
Rev Toy was well known on the Pa Pacific Paclfic Pacifle ¬
cific coast having had charges in Port Portland Portland Portland
land < Ore Washington l Wyoming WyomingIdaho WyornlngIdaho yomingr yomingrIdaho
Idaho Utah and Nevada y yTO i iTO
3 3TO
TO REENTER MAIL MAI SERVICE SERVICESpecial sl SERVicESpecial vlCE vlCESDecial
Special to The Herald HeraldCheyenne H BeraldCheyenne rald raldCheyenne
Cheyenne Wyo Wyov Feb 28 28E 23E E O OGlenn oGlenn 0Glenn
Glenn formerly mail clerk cl rk between betweenthis b betweenthis tween tweenthis
this place and Ogden and Pocatello Pocatelloand P Pocatelloand teUo teUoand
and for several years postoffice inspec inspector inspector inspeetor ¬
tor at St Louis who was removed removedfrom removedfrom removedfrom
from the service becouse of alleged all g d ir irregularities irregularIties irregularities ¬
regularities in his hf expense account accountleft accoun4left accountleft
left today for Kansas City where he heclaims h6claims heclaims
claims he will reenter the servicein serviceinten service in inten
ten days daysENDS daYffENDS daysENDS
ENDS TRO 1SqfJi4ES TRqULESWITH jES WITH PISTOL PISTOLIx PISTOLLos PISTOLLos
t
Ix Los > s Angeles Ans AngelesPeb 1esFeb Feb 28 28Charles Charles Ward Warda
a young attorney who came here from fromBoston fromoston fromBoston
Boston oston six weeks ago shotvhLtnself sh t h1 nself in inhis inh1s inills
his room at ata a hotel today and was ta taken taken taken ¬
ken tothe to tJhehospital the hospital Inard in a adyin dylng ing condi condition co ondithin ri1i ri1ilion ¬
lion Domestlc n esUc troublefiiSigiven troubler troubl isgjve as the thecause thecause
cause cause h hJ
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