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2 THE SALT T LAKE HERALD THURSDAY MARCH lVtARCH 1 1906 I
CALLED EAST TO TOQUEJl TOQUELLA
QUEJl A RIOT RIOTUta
Ttah Uta Mining ning g Man ManSuinmonea Summoned to Aid Aidin AidinSuppressing AidinSuppressing
in inSuppressing Race Trou Troubles Troubles Tioubl
< bles bl s in Ohio OhioSPRINGFIELD OhioI OhioSPRINGFIELD OhioSPRINGFIELD
I
SPRINGFIELD IN A FERMENT FERMENTANOTHER FERMENTANOTHER FERMENTANOTHER
ANOTHER MOB OF WHITES IN INPURSUIT INPURSUIT INPURSUIT
PURSUIT OF A NEGRO NEGROSpringfield NEGRpSplngle1d NEGR NEGR1f
1f t ttI
tI
Springfield Ohio Feb 28 28Wlth 28Wltheight 2SWltheight With Witheight
eight companies of qt state troops on onguard onguard onguazd
guard guard in this city as a a result of last lastnights lastnights lastnights
nights mob vlolen violence e in which whl h six sixhouses sbc sbcho aixhoUa
houses ho hoUa s s were burned in the colored re residence resIdence reSidence ¬
sidence district more incendiary fires flreswere fireswcre fireswere
were started early again tonight in invarious inv invrIous
various v rious parts of the city In every in instonce Instorce Intorce
stonce the houses were occupied by bynegroes bynegroes bynegroes
negroes or negroes negroes and whites whitesnogro A Anogro Anogro
nogro house at Harrison and York Yorkstreets Yorltstreets Yorkstreets
streets was stoned by a large crowd crowdbut crowdbut crowdbut
but the occupants are believed to have haveescaped haveescaped haveescaped
escaped escapedThe escapedThe escapedThe
The Flickers FlfckersNest Neat which Is inhabit inhabited ¬
4 ed by negroes and which figured in inthe inthe Inthe
the Dixon motx and subsequent race racewar racewar racewar
war two years ago has been assaulted assaultedtonight aSSaUltedto assaultedtoright
tonight to fght and several attempts made to tofire tofir tofire
fire fir it but as it is guarded by milita militarnen mlUtamen inilitamen
men the effort has so far failed
Several alarms have been turned in inas Inas Inas
as a result of fires but no general generalalarm generalalarm generalalarm
alarm up to this hour as every avail available avalIable available ¬
able fireman Is at work on fires now nowunder nowunder nowunder
under way Several negroes who had
been chased ch sed by the angered whites
from the negro quarter of the city
made their way to the city building
which is in charge of the soldiers soldiersThe soldiersThe soldiersI
I The house of Rev John C Curry
I a negro preacher was stoned and the
family fled terror stricken from it itI
I The mob then set fire to it but the theprompt theprompt
I prompt arrival of the military prevent prevented ¬
ed its destruction destructionThe
The militia has devoted its at ¬
tention to control of the larger crowds
leaving the police to look after the thesmaller thesmaller thesmaller
smaller end of the riot riotBInghara rIotBIngham riotd
d BIngham Utah UtahFab Feb 28 28Colonel Colonel Her ¬
bert G Catrow the president of the Ohio
l Copper company received a telegram this
morning summoning him him to Ohio to take
command of the Third Ohio Infantry Ohio
national guard ancLald andald in the suppres ¬
sion of the race riot at Springfield
The colonel started posthaste upon the theand
receipts of the wire ash with full regalia
and colonels Insignia InsigniaSNOW Insigniac InsigniaSNOW InsigniaSNOW c
SNOW IN SOUTHLAND INSOUTHLANDCitrus SOUTHLANDCitrus
Citrus Belt In California Visited by byUnusual byUnusual byUnusual
Unusual Storm StormRedlands StormRedJands StormBedlands
Redlands Cal Feb 2S 2S0ne One of the themost themost themost
most novel scenes ever witnessed In
this town was snowballing on the thestreets thestreets thestreets
streets late this afternoon from an ac accumulation RCcumuJetIon accumuIt1on ¬
cumulation of hailstones which fell to toa toa toa
a depth of half an Inch They remain remained ¬
ed on the ground over two hours be ¬
fore meling Slight damage was
done to me ne orange crop and to de deciduous deciduous deolduous ¬
ciduous frul trees and blossoms The Theweather Theweatherremains Theweather
weather weatherremains remains very chilly tonight
but very little apprehension Is felt as
to possible damage to crops cropsPERSONALS cropsPERSONALS cropsPERSONALS
PERSONALS PERSONALSJames
James Adamson the thoyoungest youngest son on of of4ndrew
Andrew Adamson of 108 West South Tem Temple Temple Ternpie ¬
ple is seriously ill He is a student of
the University of Utah UtahE
E B Linn LhUlen en formerly former an attache of
the surveyor generals office has been beanpromoted beenpromoted beenpromoted
promoted from his position as inspector
in the general land office to inspector for
the secretary of the interior a position of ofconsiderable ofCGIIIdderable ofceeIderabIe
considerable importance and responsibil ¬
ity
0u 0uCALIFORNIA a
CALIFORNIA RATES RATESTODAY RATESTODAYColonist RATESTODAYColonist TODAY TODAYColonist
Colonist rate of WOO 2 OO to San Fran Francisco Francisco Franclsco ¬
cisco Los Angeles and intermediate intermediatepoints intermediatepoints Intermediatepoints
points via the Salt Lake Route 17 17West 11West 17West
West 2nd South Phones 1988 1988NEWS 1986NEWS 198gNEWS
NEWS OF THE COURTS COURTSMaud
Maud M I ud S Crocker Hawley yesterday Y be began began began ¬
gan Suit to collect from Frank Crooker Crookera
a promissory promls rory note of 100323 1 8I3 dated May Mayli1993 Mayl
li1993 li1993George 1i l 19Q3 19Q3George 19Q3George
George Colvlns suit for damages damagesagainst damagesagainst damagesagainst
against the Utah Light Railway com company company ¬
I pany was on trial all day yesterday be before before before ¬
fore a jury In Judge Lewis court courtThe courtThe courtThe
The estate of the late Manuel Kahn Tvlll Tvlllpay Willpay w111pay
pay an inheritance tax to the state of ofjae54H ofa051l
jae54H 12 p5411 on a valuation of 7306235 73O 2 An Anorder Anorder Anorder
order to this effect was signed by Judge JudgeArmstrong JudgeArthstrong TudgeArmstrong
Armstrong yesterday Fannie C Kahn KahnIs
Is the sole 5 le heir heir4pOOjOOO heir4QOQ10oo heir4OOQOO
4pOOjOOO ROLLS WALL PAPER PAPERWe PAPERWe PAPERWe
We had h dto to buy this enormous amount amountto
to get the lowest jobbers price We Wewill Wewill Wewill
will give you a a correspondingly low lowprice lowDrlc lowpiIi
price Geo W Ebert Co E7 7 Main
CONDUIT GRAB GRABIS
IS UP TONIGHT TONIGHTAmerican
American leaders Will Try to toBush toush t tBush
Bush ush Bill for Extras ExtrasThrougK Ex ExtrasThrough J JThrough
Through Council CouncilFALSE CouncilFAlSE councilFALSE
FALSE STORY IS EXPOSED EXPOSEDCITY
CITY MAY USE WATER FROM FROMCONDUIT FROMCONDUIT FROMCONDUIT
CONDUIT FOR POWER POWERThe POWERIhG POWERTbLO
The city council will meet in epoclal epoclalsession epaelnlsession epoclalsession
session tonight to pass V S finally fin tly on the e
75000 7 OOO conduit grab grnbproposed proposed by City CityEngineer CityEngineer
Engineer L C Kelsey and hungered hungeredlor
lor by Contractor Pat Moran It is isnot 18not Isnot
not Improbable that a 0 caucus of the theAmerican theAmorI theAmerican
American AmorI can party councilman and andMayor IlndMayor andMayor
Mayor Thompson will bo held this thisafternoon th thisafternoon s satt
afternoon att rnoQn to determine upon the thecourse thecourse thecourse
course of the American party in con connection conneotion conneotion ¬
neotion with tha th grab grabCouncilman grabConcllman grabCouncilman
Councilman W Mont Ferry one of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Americans Am rican8 rated as an opponent opponentof
of the grab has been forced to go east easton easton easton
on account of the death of Mrs Ferrys Ferrysmother Ferrysmotter Ferrysmother
mother and thus one obstacle in the thepcth thepcth thepcth
pcth of the grabbers has been remov removed remoed rernoved ¬
ed T R Black A J I Davis and andother andother andother
other Moran councilmen will make a adesperate ade8P adesperate
desperate de8P rate effort to whip their collea colleagues colleagues colleagues ¬
gues Into line for the complete Moran MoranKelBey MoranKeIEey MoranKelsey
Kelsey programme programmeOne programmeOne programmeOne
One of the stories circulated by the theenemies theenemies theenemies
enemies of the past city administration adminIstrationis
is that the city by the terms of the thefranchise thefranchlso thefranchise
franchise granted last year to the theUtah theUtah theUtah
Utah Light Railway company bar barted bart barted
ted t ed Itself from using the water of the theBig theBig theBig
Big Cottonwood conduit for power pur purposes purposes purposes ¬
poses This story storyls Is dlsproven by Sec Section Sectlon Section ¬
tion 7 of the franchise which says saysamong saysamong saysamong
among other things thingsIn
In consideration of the premises premisesSalt premIsesSalt premisesSalt
Salt Lake City agrees and ordains ordainsthat ordainsthat ordainsthat
that during the life of such franchise franchiseas
as herein fixed it will use the power powerof powerof powerof
of said Cottonwood creek or the thewaters thewaters thewaters
waters thereof for power purppses purposesonly purppsesonly purppsesonly
only and in connection conne tion with munici municipal munIcipal municlpal ¬
pal utilities utllit1 s and properties only onlyUnder onlyUnder onlyUnder
Under this section lawers say there thereIs
Is not the slightest legal objection to tothe tothe tothe
the city establishing its own munici municipal municipal inunicipal ¬
pal light and power plant and using the thewater thewater thewater
water from the conduit for such a pur purpose purpOse plirpose ¬
pose
iOCALBRIEFSI iOCALBRIEFSICONSIGNMENT LOCAL BRIEFS BRIEFSCONSIGNMENT BRIEFSl BRIEFSlCONSIGN
CONSIGNMENT CONSIGN IENT OF SALMON SA SAMONThe SAMONThefirst MONThe MONThefirst The Thefirst
first fresh steel head salmon that has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been received in this city for several severalweeks severalweeks severalweeks
weeks came in yesterday Prior to this thismost thIsmost thismost
most of the salmon received has been of ofthe ofthe orthe
the cold storage variety varietyPRINCIPALS varIetyPRINCIPALS varietyPRINCIPALS
PRINCIPALS HOLD MEETING MEETIKGThe MEETIKGTheprincipals MEETINGTbeprincipals The Theprincipals
principals of the city schools held a meet meetIng meeting meetIng
Ing yesterday afternoon In the office of ofSuperintendent ofSuperintendent ofSuperintendent
Superintendent D H Christensen The Thesuperintendent Thesuperintendent Thesuperintendent
superintendent addressed them on various variousmatters varIousmatters variousmatters
matters which concern school work workINCREASED workINCREASED workINCREASED
INCREASED BANK CLEARINGS CLEARINGSLocal CLEARINGSLocal CLTARINGSLocal
Local bank clearings for yesterday yesterdayamounted yesterdayamounted yesterdayamounted
amounted to 887654849 For the corres corresponding correspondIng corresponding ¬
ponding day last year they were U56 U56iTI 456 4563en
39677 > > iTI The clearings for the month of ofFebruary ofFebruary ofFebruary
February amounted to 2232373831 For Forthe Forthe Forthe
the same month last year they were 11 1154886W 11Ji88ii 11i48ii
54886W I This Is an increase of 10388 lO3SARRESTED 103 < < 8 88i
86878 86878ARRESTED 8i is isARRESTED
ARRESTED FOR THEFT THEFTRlchard THEFTRlchardIorrls THEFTRlchardMorris Richard RichardMorris
Morris 26 6 years of age was arrested on ona ona ona
a charge of entering the Rio Grande GrandeWestern GrandeWestern GrandeWestern
Western station at Murray Sept 10 and andstealing andCIte andstealing
stealing CIte Hng a cornet which was checked checkedi checkedthere checkedthere
i there The cornet was recovered some sometime sometime sometime
time ago but Morris was not apprehen apprehended ¬
ded until yesterdaly ye terdaly when he was located locatedhere locatedhere locatedhere
here by Deputy Sheriff Joseph Sharp SharpPERSELL SharpPERSELL SharpPERSELL
PERSELL BCfUND B UND OVER OVERHarry Harry Per Persell Persell Persell
sell 1 16 years of age charged with steal stealIng stealing stealing
Ing letters from Auerbach Bros mall mailbox mallbox mallbox
box at the poatoffice was arraigned yes yesterday yes1erday yesterday ¬
terday morning before United States StatesCommissioner StatesCommissioner StatesCommissioner
Commissioner Charles Baldwin and andbound andbound andbound
bound over to the federal court His Hisbonds HIsbond8 Hisbonds
bonds were fixed in the sum of 300 which whichwere whIchwere whichwere
were furnished Persells case will come comefirst comefirst comefirst
first before the grand Jury which meets meetsin meetsjn meetsin
in April AprilCOAST AprilCOAST AprilCOAST
COAST HOTEL MAN MA HERE HEREH H C CFryman CFryman CPryman
Fryman manager manag r of the Haywood hotel hotelthe hotelthe hotelthe
the pew hostelry to be opened soon in inLos InLos inLos
Los Angeles accompanied by his wife wifewas witewas wifewas
was In Salt Lake a guest of the Knuts Knutsford Knutsford Knutsford ¬
ford hotel yesterday Mr Fryman is re returning returning returning ¬
turning from the tbs08st east where he has been beenfor beenfor beenfor
for the past month buying furniture for forthe forthe forthe
the new house Mr Fryman bought all allthe allthe allthe
the furniture for the Lankershim hotel of ofLos ofLos ofLos
Los Angeles He was for a long period periodmanager periodmanager periodmanager
manager of the place placeMUST placeo placeMUST
1 1MUST o
MUST NOT DISCUSS IT ITAlbany ITAlbany ITAlbany
Albany Feb 28 2SA A bill to prohibit in inthis Inthis Inthis
this state even advocacy of the sugges suggestion suggestion auggestlon ¬
tion that persons suffering from an In Incurable Incu incurable ¬
curable cu = able mental or physical ailment be put putto putto putto
to death was introduced in the assem assembly assembly assernbly ¬
bly branch of the legislature today
J THE CALENDAR SAYS THIS Is Isf IsiME IsHE
f
I THE HE tF FIRST IRST DAY OF SPRING SPRINGIn SPRINGrtc
rtc rtcc > a
i c > In this good clothes shop weve ve ve had hadthe hadi
i c ci
i 1 the atmosphere for some time Each EachTiew Eachnew Eachi
i new suit is a glimpse of the bestthe best bestthe
11 > the season holds Each hat or tie tieis tier tie1S
r is 1S a d demonstration of the fancy and andtaste andtaste andt
t taste of some creator of ofrnen mens s spring springstyles springstyles
tr rtr r styles Weve been a little ahead aheadof aheadof aheadpIl
pIl of the calendar this year yearRICHARDSON yearR yearRICHARDSON
R RICHARDSON RICHARDSONA RICHARDSON ADAt ADAMS S DD DDA
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7 A CLOTHES SHOP FOR MEN MENK MENj MENam
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j am ig igf p
ilt11eour f the 7otir 1 17IzIIS
i fJIISM 7IzIIS 8 172 I1giM MAIN < STREET STREETi
1
i
WILL BE PAPA PAPAUnder PAPATO PAPATODOMINICA
TO TODOMINICA TODOMINICAUnder DOMINICA DOMINICAUndelL
Under Treaty as Reported Uncle UncleSam UncleSam UncleSam
Sam Will Supervise Adjust Adjustment Adjustment Adjustment ¬
ment of Claims ClaimsWILL ClaimsWILL ClaimsWILL
WILL COLLECT REVENUES REVENUESRATIFICATION REVENUESRATIFICATION REVENUESRATIFICATION
RATIFICATION NOT LIKELY TO TOBE TOBE TOBE
BE HAD FOR SOME TIME TIMEWashington TIMEt TIMEWashington TIMEWaahlngton
t
Washington Fob 28 28The The treaty be between between betwoon ¬
tween tween the United States and the Do Donilnlcan Donifnlccn Donilulcan
nilnlcan republic under which the formcr former for fornier
nier mer undertakes to collect and disburse disbursethe disbursethe d1bursethe
the customs cuat mlS revenues of the latter was wasreported wasr
ported r to the senate in executive ses session sesston seaslon ¬
sion by Senator Lodge LodgeA
A number of very Important amend amendments amendments amendments ¬
ments to the treaty were made o by the thecommittee thecommittee thecommittee
committee Article 7 was entirely re rewritten rewritten rewritten ¬
written and as reported as materially materiallyshortened materiallyshortened materiallyshortened
shortened It read9 as follows followsThe fol1owsThe followsThe
The Unfted States while this treaty treatyIs trentIs
Is being executed may take such steps stepsas
as It may deem proper to preserve or order order order ¬
der and facilitate the accomplishment accomplishmentof nt ntot
of the purposes thereof thereofFor thereotFor thereofFor
For more than a year this article has liasbeen 11aBbeen hasbeen
been the subject of disputes in the thecommittee thecommittee thecommittee
committee Republicans and democrats democratswere democratswere democratswere
were opposed to it but on very differ different different different ¬
ent grounds The latter by caucus caucusaction caucuaction caucusaction
action left the republicans free to toagree toagree toagree
agree on some amendment satisfactory satisfactoryto
to the latter Therefore in rewriting the theamendment theamendment theamendment
amendment the committee eliminated eliminatedthe
the authority given to the Dominican Dominicangovernment Dominicangovernment Dominicangovernment
government to demand and receive as assistance assistance assistance ¬
sistance from this government The Thearticle Thearticle lhearticle
article now provides that the United UnitedStates UnUedStates UnitedStates
States may grant by Its own initiative initiativesuch InItiativesuch initiativesuch
such relief as it desires desiresFurther desiresFurther desiresFurther
Further amendment of this article Is Iscontemplated Iscontemplated Iscontemplated
contemplated and may be drafted by bySenator bySenator bySenator
Senator Spooner It Is said it will fol follow follow follow ¬
low lines similar to an amendment amendmentproposed amendm amendnntproposed nl nlproposed
proposed by Secretary Bootand Root and will willauthorize wl1lauthorize willauthorize
authorize the United States to land landtroops landtrQops landtroops
troops for the protection of Ameri Americans Americans Amencans ¬
cans engaged in the collection of cus customs customs customs ¬
toms tomsThere tomsThere tomsThere
There were added to the treaty two twonew twonew twonew
new sections which are Intended to tomore tomore tomore
more definitely protect the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States in all monetary dealings with withthe wIththe withthe
the creditors of the Dominican repub republic republic republic ¬
lic licBriefly Briefly the treaty provides for the theadjustment theadjustment theadjustment
adjustment of the claims against the theDominican theDominican theDominican
Dominican republic under the supervi supervision supervision supervislon ¬
sion of the United States This govern government government government ¬
ment is to take charge of the customs customshouse customshouse customshouse
house and collect the revenues pay 45 45per 45per 45per
per cent to the Dominican republic and andwithhold andwithhold andwithhold
withhold 55 per cent the latter amount amountto
to be used to liquidate the debts of the therepublic thereDubUc therepublic
republic republicWhile reDubUcWhIle republicWhile
While the treaty was given a place placeon
on the senate executive calendar by bythe bythe bythe
the report made today it will not be becalled becaIled becalled
called up until after the railroad rate ratebill ratebUl ratebill
bill has been disposed of and even then thenit thenIt thenit
it may go over for some time The Theaction Theaction Theaction
action of the democrats at their recent recentcaucus recentcaucus recentcaucus
caucus has made it very doubtful doubtfulwhether doubtfulwhether doubtfulwhether
whether the treaty could be ratified ratifiedthis ratifiedthis ratifiedthis
this session In order to keep the con convention convention convention ¬
vention alive In the event of ratifica ratification ratification ratification ¬
tion failed It had been be n suggested that thatthere thatthere thatthere
there might be a motion to reconsider reconsiderthe
the vote If I made this would be for forthe forthe forthe
the purpose of permitting the contin continuance continuance continuance ¬
uance of the present modus Vivendi Vivendiunder vivendiunder vivendiunder
under which the customs are being col collected collected collected ¬
lected Several other senators have havesuggested havesuggested havesuggested
suggested that the same purpose might mightbe
be accomplished by not bringing the thetreaty thetreaty thetreaty
treaty to a a vote so long as there Is Isdoubt i9doubt isdoubt
doubt as to its ratification ratificationJOHN ratificationr ratificationJOHN
r I IJOHN
JOHN BULL CUTTING CUTTINGDOWN CUTTINGDOWN CUTTINGDOWN
DOWN NAVAL EXPENSE EXPENSELcndon
Lcndon Feb 28 28The The new govern government government government ¬
ment having little time in which to toframe toframe toframe
frame a new naval budget has practi practically practically practically ¬
cally adopted Its predecessors esti estimates estimates estimates ¬
mates thus continuing the policy of ofeconomy oreconomy ofeconomy
economy already Initiated and con considered consIdered considered ¬
sidered Justified by the altered circum circumstances circumstances circumstances ¬
stances resulting from the Russo RussoJapanese RUBsoTapanes RussoJapanese
Japanese war In view of the destruc destruction d destruction struc structlon ¬
tion of the Russian sea power the theAngloJapanese theArgloTapanese theAngloJapanese
AngloJapanese alliance and the An AngloFrench AngloFrench AngbFrench ¬
gloFrench entente the government governmentconsiders governmentconsIders governmentconsiders
considers It possible without detract detracting detractIng ¬
ing from efficiency to call calla a halt in the theconstantly theconstantly theconstantly
constantly Increasing naval expendi expenditure expenditure expendture ¬
ture Lord Cawdor last December Decemberforeshadowed Decemberforeshadowed Decemberforeshadowed
foreshadowed a reduction of 7600000 7500000and 7600000and 7600000and
and thus with the reduction of 17 17OOOOO
500000 effected etrect d last year a total of
25000000 is knocked off at the naval ex expenditure expEnditure expenditure ¬
penditure In two years The govern government government governmerit ¬
ment gives no detail of the new pro programme I programme > ro rogramme ¬
gramme but It is understood that the theprojected theprojfcted theprojected
projected four armored vessels will be belarge belarge belarge
large battleships presumably of the theDreadnaught theDreadnaught theDreadnaught
Dreadnaught class The naval navalestimates navalestimates navalestImates
estimates for 10067 1 OG7 propose a net nettotal nettotal nettotal
total expenditure of 1593475000 15934i 5000 be being beIng belug
ing 12500000 less than the estimates estimatesfor
for the present fiscal year yearEXPERT yearEXPERT yearEXPERT
EXPERT KODAK FINISHING FINISHINGNot
Not the cheapest but the best bestHarry bestHarry bestHarry
Harry Shlpler Commercial Photogra Photographer Photographer Photographer ¬
pher 151 Main St Both phones phonesDISCHARGED phonesDISCHARGED phonesDISCHARGED
DISCHARGED FOR FORFORMING FORFORMING FORFORMING
FORMING UNION UNIONJeanette UNIONJeanette UNIONJeanette
Jeanette Pa Feb 2S 2ThlrtYfive Thirtyfive min miners mIners mm mmera ¬
ers were ere discharged today tcdaytrom from the West j
Moreland Coal company of Pennsylvania
The Th aotlon is said to be b due to the men
having formed a miners union about
thirty days da s ago A general strike Is pre ¬
dicted dictedAPPROPRIATE dictedJ
J J JAPPROPRIATE
APPROPRIATE TO THE DAY DAYMilwaukee DAYtDlwaukee DAYSMilwaukee
Milwaukee Sentinel SentinelYou SentinelYou SentinelYou
You can seldom catch an Irishman at
less for an answer when you try to have
tun with him said si d Louis Ward of Do Detroit Dotroit Dotrolt ¬
troit at the Plankington I found put
last lW St Patricks day just how quick
Irish wit can be ber beI i iI
I was stopping at a hotel where there therewas therawas therewas
was an Irish waitress One didnt have haveto i ito
to be told that she was Irish for the map
of the Emerald Isle was written all over 1
her face She had a brogue that was a amarvel amarvel amarvel
marvel and a temper which was the ter terror tsrtur ¬
ror of all the guests osts at her table
St Patricks day I i came down down to tobreakfast tobreakfast
breakfast and made up my mind to have havea I
a little joke with our waitress waitressMolly wa1tresIolfy
4 Molly bring me nn orange please I Iasked 1asked Iasked
asked as a starter It was wa a a finisher too too
The way It brought results was amazing
With a 0 look of withering acorn scorn Holly Hollyatood Mollystood Uol1 Uol1stood
stood perfectly still for at least a a min minute minute rainute ¬
ute while I could feel the cold chills chillswhich ch1lJswhich chillswhich
which tho fear of a scene in the break breakfast breakCast breakfast ¬
fast room chased up my back Finally
though she smiled more in pity than in inmirth 1 1mirth Inmirth
mirth mirthFaith
Faith Mr Ward yoUVO forgotten forgottenth
th day Im thinkin she sold atd Its an anolive anoUve anolive
olive you meant to be orderin1 not an anorange anranlfe anorange
orange And d Ill have It here ere in a mln mlnTite mlnUte rainute
Ute TiteAnd And An I ate tho olive for breakfast
I
J
OGDEN NEWS NEWSOffice
Office 2484 Washington Avenue AvenueOgden AvenueOgden AvenueOgden
Ogden Thursday March 1
HALVERSON HALY ERS ON UNDER U NO ER FIRE FIREFormal FIREFormal
Formal Charge Made M de Against AgainstHim AgainstHinl AgainsiIJim
Him in Court of Derelic Dereliction Dereliction Dereliction ¬
tion of Duty DutyDistrict DutyDistrict DutyDistrict
District Attorney George Halverson will willbe willbe 111 111be
be forced to stand trial on an accusation accusationfiled accusationrUed accusationriled
filed in the district court here yesterday yesterdaycharging yesterdaycharging esterdaycharging
charging him with dereliction of duty by toyHenry byHenry byHenry
Henry Wessler ssler whose son was beaten to todeath todeath todeath
death In a saloon brawl seven years ago agoA agoA agoA
A citation signed by the court makes the thesame thes theuzne
same s m returnable Friday Frida March 9 9The 9The 9The
The accusation against Mr Halverson Halversonwas
was a result of some of the charges chargesprinted chargesprinted chargesprinted
printed against 41flst him here The complaint complaintwas complaIntwas
was filed in open court by Attorney R I i Ii
George Halverson HalversonS i iS
S Farnsworth Farn worth after the noon recess The Thecourt Thecourt Thecourt
court however refused to act on it at atthat atthat atthat
that time on account of the effect that it itmight Itmight itmight
might have on the jury which was sltr sltrting 51 sIt sItting to toting
ting on the Craig case When that case casewas casewas casewas
was disposed the matter was taken up upwith upwith upwith
with the above result resultThe resultThe resultThe
The accusations filed charge Mr Hal Halverson Halerson Halverson ¬
verson with having failed when county countyattorney countyattorney countyattorney
attorney to file accusations against four fourpersons fourpersons fourpersons
persons awaiting trial on criminal criminalcharges crimInalchalgC criminalcharges
charges within the specified thirty days daysafter daysafter daysafter
after the men were bound over from the thelower theJower thelower
lower court The first accusation is in inconnection Inconneotlon Inconnection
connection with Joseph Kendall who was wascharged wascharged wascharged
charged with murder in the first degree degreeand dgrecand degreeand
and who was convicted and sentenced to tofifteen tofiftee1 tofifteen
fifteen years ears in the state prison The Thesecond Thesecond Thesecond
second was that of the case of the state statevs states statevs
vs s M Berlin on a charge of extortion extortionBerlin extortionBerUn extortionBerlin
Berlin was out on bail and jumped his hisball hisball hisbail
ball before the case came to trial The Thenext Thenext Thenext
next was that of the state vs C M MKIsner MKisner MKlsner
KIsner on a charge of burglary Kisner Kisnerwas Kisnerwas lOanerwas
was sent up U for or six or seven years The TheV
last wag that + V > r tf of IT E J T T Dal Daly l i icharged whp waS waScharged wa wacharged
charged with perjury On account of the thewitnesses thewItnesses thewitnesses
witnesses in this case leaving the state statethe statethe statethe
the case never came to trial it being dis dismissed dismissed dismissed ¬
missed on the district attorneys motion motionThe motionThe motionThe
The accusation states that after these thesemen thesemen thesemen
men were bound over to the district court courtthat courtthat courtthat
that Mr Halverson failed and neglected neglectedfor
for moro than thirty days after the com commitment commitment cornmitment ¬
mitment to file In the district court any ny
information charging the men and also
failed to file any reason with the court courtfor courttor courtfor
for not doing so Tha Th accuser asks that
the defendant be removed from office
During the recess of the court Mr Hal Halverson Halverson Halverson ¬
verson walked ov over < r to where the attor attorney attorne attorney ¬
ney ne R S Farnsworth sat In the court courtroom courtroom courtroom
room and said to the newspaper men
If they the r think they can scare me out
they are mistaken Then turning to Mr MrFarnsworth MrFarnsworth MrFarnsworth
Farnsworth he added Not even the theconspirators theconsplratorso theconspirators
conspirators conspiratorsMr
Mr Halverson stated afterwards that thathe thathe thathe
he was not at all alarmed over the ac actlon action action
tion of what he terms as his enemies enemiesas
as he does not believe that the district districtcourt districtourt districtcourt
court has any power to remove him even evenif evenIt evenIf
if there were a cause for so doing
Judge J 3 T A Mowell stated In court aft after after after ¬
er the accusation had been presented that
he would ouId ask the governor to select a
judge to try tr the case ca e ho himself not
deeming it wise wiseto to select one oneSENTENCE oneSENTENCE oneSENTENCE
SENTENCE IS POSTPONED POSTPONEDJudge
Judge Howell Defers Until Friday FridayAnnouncing FridayAnnouncing FridayAnnouncing
Announcing Councilmans Fate FateJudge FateJudge FateJudge
Judge Howell yesterday postponed postPoned the thepassing thepassing thepassing
passing of sentence sent ne on Councilman Fred FredW FredW FredW
W Chambers until Friday morning The Thecase Thecase Thecase
case of J I D Skeen Vs A H Moyes was wasalso wasalso wasalso
also continued until that time Mr MrMoyes MrMoyes lr lrMoyes
Moyes condition was no better yesterday yesterdayand yesterdayand yesterdayand
and It is doubtful if Jfthe the case will ill some someto someto someto
to trial Another case continued was the thehabeas thehabeas
habeas corpus proceedings instituted to toprevent toprevent toprevent
prevent Sheriff M J Murphy from tak taktng taklag ¬
lag James E FInnegan from rlm the state stateThe stateThe stateThe
The return and answer in these proceed proceedings proceedIngs proceedIngs ¬
ings were filed in n court yesterday fore foranoon tor tornoon forenoon
noon THe sheriff denied that Finnegan Finneganis
is unlawfully held and claims that the thecourt thacourt thecourt
court has no jurisdiction as he was not notIn notIn notin
In the state of Utah when the petition petitionwas petitionwas petitionwas
was filed tlle or when the writ was granted grantedHe
He Je holds that FInnegan was delivered deliveredInto deliveredInto deliveredInto
Into his custody Feb Fe 21 whereas the gov governor govornor ov ovornor ¬
ornor revoked the extradition paper Fob
22 when he had his prisoner in the state stateof stateor stateof
of Wisconsin and therefore had no nothority au authority authority ¬
thority to revoke the same after he had hadleft hadlef hadlefj
left lef lefj
IS KILLED IN IDAHO IDAHOJohn IDAHOJobn IDAHOJohn
John Helmandahier Meets Death DeathWhile DeathWhile DeathWhile
While Visiting Relatives RelativesWord RelativesWord RelativesWord
Word was received In Ogden yesterday yesterdayof
of the death of John Helmandahier aged agedCO agedGO
CO years a resident of Rlverdale a su suburb suburb anburb ¬
burb of this city which occurred at Cor Cornice Cornice Cornice ¬
nice Ida where he was run down by a alocomotive alocomotive alocomotive
locomotive Mr Helmandahier was on a avisit aIait avisit
visit Iait to relatives in Idaho when the ac accident accident accident ¬
cident occurred He was was found lying be beside beside beside ¬
side the railroad track with his head cut cutin cutin cutin
in two twoBefore twoBefore twoBefore
Before leaving here Helmandahier was wasemployed waS waSemployed wasemployed
employed on Smyths farm near Ogden OgdenHe OgdenHe OgdenHo
He was on his way to see his relatives in inIdaho inIdaho InIdaho
Idaho when the accident occurred He Hewas Hewas Hewas
was about 65 years ears of age and a widower widowerSeveral widowerSeveral widowerSeveral
Several daughters and one son reside in inIdaho InIdaho InIdaho
Idaho
Ogden Briefs BriefsA
A marriage license has h been bee Issued toi toiHenry to toHenry toHenry
Henry R McPherson aged1 ag ag d 2 of Ogden Ogdenand Ogdenand Ogdenand
and Miss Alice Curtis aged agc 20 of Logan LoganA
A A theft of about 130 on Tuesdayjeilght Tuesdayjeilghtfrom Tue8d aPtg t tfrom
from the residence of Thjpfes Tll Lindsay
2308 Adams avenue was fip nted ed to the thepolice thepo1lco thepolice
police yesterday yesterdayTeddy yesterdaTeddy yesterdayTeddy
Teddy Boyle who was arrested several severaldays severaldays severaldays
days ago for rifling the pockets of a asleeping ItsleepIng asleeping
sleeping companion in the lobby of a aTwentyfifth aentyffth aTwentyfifth
Twentyfifth entyffth street hotel was yesterday yesterdaybound yesterdaybound yesterdaybound
bound over to the district court cou under underban
1500 5 boll on a aeh charge r of gran gratyt1arceIQ gratyt1arceIQFuneral granfrIarceryFuneral lftrcehT lftrcehTFuneral
Funeral services over the th remains of ofEliza Q tfElisa
Eliza El a D Brown will be held from the theFourth theFourth theFourth I
Fourth ward war meeting house this after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon at 2 oclock Friends l < tJen s may view the theremains theremaJns theremains
remains at the residence resld nco of R p 0 Brown 3rownro23
2023 Jefferson avenue between bet en 10 D and nd 1 1oclock 1bclock 1bclock
bclock oclockArticles bclockArticles bclockArticles
Articles of Incorporation werefiled were filid In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the county clerks office here yesterday yesterdayby y Sterday Sterdayb
by b the Shaw Bargain Sfore company companywith compan companwith companywith
with a a capital stock of 45000dlvIaea into intoshares Intoshares Intoshares
shares of a a par value of no 10 each The Theofficers Theoffice Theofficers
officers office are President Hannah Hannah Shaw Shawvice Shawvlee Shawvice
vice president Frank Shaw secretary secretaryJames secretarvJames secretaryJames
James D Shaw treasurer tr as rer Mary iary E Hess HessThese HessThese HessThese
These together with W 1 Shaw con constitute conUtuw constitute ¬
stitute the board of dtt directors a
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CRAIG CROFOUNDNOTLUILTY CROFOUNDNOTLUILTYJury FOUND NOT GUll GUILTY GUILTYJury TV TVJury
Jury Acquits Councilman CouncilmanCharged CouncilmanCharged CouncilmanCharged
Charged With Misappro Misappropriation MisCJPpropriation Misappropriation
priation of Funds FundsThe Fuds1The
The Craig case occupied nearly m arl all of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the attention of Judge Howell In the dis district distlict distnict ¬
trict court co rt yesterday The Tl e time was waslargely waslargely waslargely
largely consumed by the arguments of ofcounsel ofcounsel ofcounsel
counsel Judge Howell consumed about abouttwenty abouttwenty abouttwenty
twenty minutes in charging the th Jury and andat andat andat
at 415 oclock ocl ck It retired to commence commenceits
its deliberations deliberationsAt
At 8 oclock last evening the jury jUr re returned returned returned ¬
turned a verdict of not guilty Attorney
J 3 D Skeen announced that the case casewould casewould casewould
would be carried carrf d to the supreme court in inan inan n nan
an effort to set aside this verdict and andsaid andsaId andsaid
said that he was determined to continue continuehis
his fight against all of the city council councilmen councnmen councilmen
men who were implicated Impll t d in the alleged allegeddrawing allegeddrawing allegeddrawing
drawing of Illegal fees He said further furtherthat furthNthat furtherthat
that the accusations against a inst Councilman CouncilmanW
W R Emmett and R I b > Paine would be befiled beflied befiled
filed as soon as a he had time to prepare preparethem preparethem preparethem
them
PRICE OF OFSUGAR SUGAR BEETS BEETSCommittee BEETSCommittee BEETSCommittee
Committee of Growers Talks Busi Business BusIness Business ¬
ness With Mr Eccles EcclesDavid EcclesDavid EcciesDavid
David Etefes eres met met with the sugar beet beetgrowers betgrowen beetgrowers
growers committee in the offices of the theAmalgamated theAmalgamated theAmalgamated
Amalgamated Sugar company yesterday yesterdayand
and discusgAd at length the demands made madeby madeby madeby
by the farmer for an increase of from tromU
U 4 430 to 475 4i per Pt = r ton for beets Mr Ec Eccles Eccles Ecdes ¬
cles pointed nut to the committee thit thitthe thJtthe thitthe
the company could not pay that price as asa asa asa
a flat rate and offered for the company companyt
t tn ti < put in the rate known as the Jehl Jehlsliding Lehl Lehlsliding LeliIslidins
sliding scale which provides for from F > m
125 to Im 47 > p per r ton according to the thesrade theade therade
srade ade of the beets He was willing also alsoto alsoto alsoto
to continue business at the old rate of ofL50 ofper
150 per ton Mr Ecclos gave the Com Committee om ommlttee ommittee ¬
mittee to understand that this was the theforapaitys thporoP3J1YS thecompanys
forapaitys ultimatum and that it would wouldnot wouldnot wouldnot
not grant a flat rate of 1475 476 per tonThe tonThecommittee ton The Theommittee Thecommittee
committee will communicate with the thebeet thebce thebeet
beet bce growers at once with a view of
learning their wishes wishesTO wishesTO wIshesS wIshesTOCURE S
TO TOCURE CURE A COLD IN ONE O E DAY DAYTake DAYTake DAYTake
Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine QuinineTablets QulnintTablets QuinineTablets
Tablets Druggists refund money If it itfails itfalls itfails
fails to cure E W GROVES signa signature signature slgnature ¬
ture is on each box 25c 25cINSURANCE 250INSURANCE 25cINSURANCE
INSURANCE COLLECTOR COLLECTORVICTIM COLLECTORVICTIM COLLECTORVICTIMOF
VICTIM VICTIMOF OF HOLDUP HOLDUPLong
Long Beach Cal CalFeb Feb 28 28Arthur 28ArthurP Arthur ArthurP
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P Wilson a collector forthe for the Metro Metropolitan Metropolitan Metropolitan ¬
politan Life Insurance ompany of ofLong ofL ofLong
Long L < ng Beach was held up shot and androbbed androbbed androbbed
robbed of 600 by highwaymen on the thetracks thetracks thetracks
tracks of the Salt Lake railroad near nearObispo nearObispo nearObispo
Obispo in broad daylight Wilson Wilsonwas Wilsonwas Wilsonwas
was not seriously hurt hurtAUTHORS hurtS hurtAUTHORS hurtAUTHORS
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AUTHORS CLUB CLU B MEETS MEETSThe MEETSThe MEETSThe
The Authors club held a meeting at
730 oclock last night in President PresidentCharles PresIdentCharles PresidentCharles
Charles F Carlsons studio 46 Main Mainstreet 11ainstreet Mainstreet
street and the books were open for forenrollment forenrollment forenrollment
enrollment Twelve new members membersJoined membersjoined membersjoined
Joined At the meeting it was decided decidedto
to meet in the Knutsford parlors Sun Sunday Sunday Sunday ¬
day evening at which time club rooms roomswill roomswUl roomswill
will be selected selectedState solectedState selectedState
State of Ohio City of Toledo ToledoLucas ToledoLucas ToledoLucas
Lucas County Countysi CountysiFronk CountyasFrank ss ssFrank
Frank J Cheney makes oath that ho is issenior issenior issenior
senior partner of the firm of F J Chenev ChenevCo Chen y
Co doing business in the city of Tole Toledo Toledo Toledo ¬
do county and state aforesaid and that thatsaid thatsaid
said 1ld firm will pay the sum of ONE HUN KUXBRJSD HUNDREID HUINDR1UD
BRJSD DOLLARS for each and every everycaso everycase everycase
case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by
the use of Halls Catarrh Cure CureFRANK CureF1RAJU CureFRANK
FRANK J CHEJiraY CHEJiraYSworn CH1illi CHEINEYSworn Y YSworn
Sworn to before me and subscribed in inmy inmy inmy
my presence this 6th th day da of f December DecemberA
A D 3SS6 5S A W V GLEAsON GLEAsONSeal G GLEAONSeal ON ONSeal
Seal Notary Public PublicHalls Publicitalls I Irlalls
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