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Established June nne 6 1870 SALT To LA1tE KR CITY UTAH TUESDAY MARCH 6 1906 10 1 0 PAGES Price Five Cents
NORTHfRN RTHERN SECURITIES SfCURITlfSI SECURITIESCANNOTBEPROSECUTED
I CANNOT CANNOTBEPROSECUTED CANNOTBEPROSECUTEDStatute BEPROSfCUTfD BEPROSfCUTfDStat
Statute Stat te of Limitations Acts as a Bar BarDebate BarDebate BarDebate
Debate on Williams Resolution Resolutionin
in the House
Washington March 5 5Legislation by byunanimous byunanimous 1 1un3Jllmous
unanimous consent and under suspen suspension suspension suspension ¬
sion of the rules occupied the attention attentionof
of the house and resulted in the pass passage passage passage ¬
age of several bills some of consider considerable considerable ¬
9 able importance The adoption of a aresolution ares91ution aresGlution
resolution of inquiry as to whether any anycriminal anrcriminal anycriminal
criminal prosecutions have been begun begunagainst begunagainst begunagainst
against individuals in the Northern Se Securities SecmIUes Securltles ¬
curities company furnished the text for fora
a speech of criticism by Mr Williamsthe Williamsthe Williams Williamsthe
the Democratic leader directed against againstthe againstthe againstthe
the administration Brief answers were weremade weremade weremade
made by Mr Jenkins of Wisconsin and andMr andIr andMr
Mr Ir Grosvenor of Ohio Mr Jenkins Jenkinsshowed Jenkinsshowed Jenkinsshowed
showed that the statute of limitations limitationshad limitationshad ilmitatlonsbad
had run against agt ftst any actions that might mightbe mightbe mightbe
be taken in this t1 s case and that any ef effort effort effort ¬
fort at prosecution would be useless uselessFault uselessFault uselessFault
Fault was found fo nd with the rules of the thehouse thehouse thehouse
house and the concentration of power powerin powerin
in the speaker by Mr Shackleford of ofMissouri ofMlssouriy ofMissourl
Missouri who took occasion to address addlsSthe addressthe addssthe
the house upon a bridge bill billBills billBills billBills
Bills Passed PassedBills PassedBills PassedBills
Bills were were passed increasing from from50OOO fromoooo
50000 to 200000 the sum available to tosupply tosupply tosupply
supply metal forthe coinage of nickels nickelsand nickelsand nickelsand
and pennies penn and providing that these thesecoins theseolns thesecoins
coins may ijejceatter lwoott jater r be made in the themints themints themints
mints mN ajPSGlfin ejv rSan J3an San Francisco and andNew andNew andNew
New Orleans ortea Or1 si s its as well as at present in inPhiladelphia inPhlladelphl inPhiladelphia
Philadelphia PhiladelphiaMr
Mr rr Adams of Pennsylvania voiced a aigorous avlgorous avlgorous
vlgorous protest against the measure measureThe measureThe measureI
I The benefits benefi and necessity of o thebill thebillwere the bill billwere billwere
were explained by Mr Ir Kahn of Cali California Californ Callforna ¬
fornia forn y and others othersMr othersIr othersMr
Mr Ir Adams declared the legislation to tobe tobe tobe
be simply a movement to provide work workfor worltfor workfor
for these mints The Philadelphia mint mintneeded mintneeded mintneeded
needed the work and he maintained maintainedwas
was entitled to it The idea that small smallcoins smallColns smallcoins
coins were needed in California he said saidTvas saidwas saidwas
was ridiculous ridiculousHad TidicuI0115Had TidiculousHad
Had priced Priced the Drinks DrinksWhy DrinksWhy DrinksWhy
Why he shouted to the great greatamusement grP8tamusOlJ1ent greatamusement
amusement of members you cant canteven canteven canteven
even buy a drink out there and I have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been there for less than two bits bitsOh bItsOh bitsOh
Oh well retorted Mr Kahn Phil Philadelphia Philadelphia Philacleiphia ¬ I
adelphia js so o skHr sJ s1aWtlsat 9i t tfcat at we never have havebeen havebfen havebeen
been able to get getMnail jmafl nafl coins out there thereThis thereThis thereThis I
This tttmeajthe turn lpte laugh on Mr Adams AdamsThe AdamsThe AdamsThe
¼ The billwas bnf wu weA declared d red passed at the theconclusion theonel theI
I conclusion onel usion of f Mr Adams rtmarks on ona onad1r ona
a ad1r visa v1vavncevote v1vavncevotePzding race vote votePending tIOtePqlding
Pending the passage of a bill of ofH oflt oftl
tl H s importance the floor was yielded yieldedto
Q
to Mr 31r Shacklaford Shaekl ford who took occasion occasionto occasionI
to denounce the rules of the house the thedespotic thedspotlc thedespotic
I despotic and absolute jx power wer > of the thespeaker thespeaker thespeaker
speaker speakerMerely speakerMerely speakerMerely
Merely fa a Mark of Tyranny TyrannyMr
Mr rr Shackleford expressed e great per personal personal personal ¬
sonal admiration for Speaker Cannon Cannonbut Cannonbut Cannonbut
but there was he said no man in inEurope InJ InEurope
Europe J urope more absolute in his jurlsdic jurisdiction jurlsdiction jurlsdiclion ¬
tion He had read only the other day daythat daythat daythat
that the speaker had packed the theways theas theays
ways as and means committee with ten tenmen tenITen tennen
men who would stand pat as a men of ofstone ofstone ofstone
stone against every attempt to amend amendthe amenathe amendthe
the tariff This Mr Shackleford ac accepted acepted acepted ¬
epted as true and complained bitterly bitterlyIf
If f the stand patters would come out outin outin outthe
in the open he declared it would be befound befound befound
found that they had not a corporals corporalsguajfd corporalsgUaYjd corporalsguard
guard Another instance instan e of the ab abFOlutism absolutism absolutism
solutism of the speaker was in the thepassage theJassage thepassage
passage of the statehood bill On this thispoint thispoint thispoint
point he read a lengthy interview pur purporting purporting purporting ¬
porting to be by Mr Adams Wis de denouncing denouncing denouncing ¬
nouncing the rules rulesBy rulesB rulesBy
By B unanimous consent on the re request request request ¬
quest of Mr Ir Bonynge Colo Cob the bill billto billto billto
to establish a bureau of immigration immigrationHIS immigrationHIS immigrationlBS
HIS EXIT 1T WAS WASLatest AS DRAMATIC DRAMATICLatest IIAMAT1CLatesF
Latest Account of ofthe the Suicide Suicideof
1 of o f the Accused Member of ofGapon ofGapon ofy
y Gapon Society SocietySt Society1Petersburg I ISt
St Petersburg March 5 5The The ac accused accused accused ¬
cused member of the Father Gapon la labor labor Iabor ¬
bor organization who committeed sui suicide suicide sulIde
cide Ide yesterday while the scandal in MVvolvingr inyolving involving
volvingr the charges of accepting money moneyfrom moneyfrom moneyfrom
from the government was being inves investigated investigatedwas lnvesligated ¬
tigated tigatedwas was named Sechoff He en enjoyed enjoyed enjoyed ¬
joyed a high standing among his fellow fellowworkmen fellowworkmen fellowworkmen
workmen wfco WI are depressed because becauseof
of the scaadftfe SC8B a1 It now develops dev lops that thatFather thatFather thatFather
Father G Gtlpon poriwas i himself present at athimself atesterdays ata
yesterdays sessiOll when Sechoff killed killedhimself killedhimself
a 4
himself Father Gregori Petroff had hadcharged hadcharged hadcharged
charged Sechoff with obtaining 2500 2500from 2500from 2500from
from Father Gapon and with having havingaccompanied havIngaccompanIed havingaccompanied
accompanied a member of the secret secretpolice secretpolice secretpolice
police in the search for M Malushen Malushensky Malushensky Malushensky
sky counsellor and press agent of the theFather theFather theFather
Father Gapon movement who fled with withthe withthe withthe
the organizations funds During the themeeting themeeting themeeting
meeting Sechoff made an impassioned impassionedspeech Impassionedspeech impassionedspeech
speech declaring he could not support supportthe supportthe supportvi
vi the infamy involved in the charge that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the organization had beenin been in league leaguewith leaguewith leaguewith
with the government nor the obliquity obliquityheaped obliquityheaped obllquityheaped
heaped on himself as both he and the theorganization theorganization theorganization
organization were innocent Sechoff Sechoffthen Sechorfthen Sechoffthen
then called upon Father Gapon to de declare dedare dorlare ¬
clare in the presence of his fellows fellowswhether fellowswhether fellowswhether
whether he JSeehoff Se hoff had received a acent aent acent
cent ent from the < government Father FatherGapon FatherGapon FatherGapon
Gapon arose and exonerated Sechoff Sechoffvhereupon Sechoffwhereupon Sechoffwhereupon
whereupon th the latter spid I will now nowgive nowgive nowgive
give you supreme proof of my honesty honestyand honestyand honestyand
and drawing a revolver revolver11e lie blew out outhis outhIs outhis
his brains brainsM
M Malushensky who was arrested arrestedat
at Saratoff Feb 24 after having been beenlocated beenlocated beenlocated
located by a committee of St St Peters Petersburg Petersburg Petersburg ¬
burg workmen and compelled to give giveji giveup givelip °
up ji the fin 12O OOIto Ana o AT ATwhich the workmens funds fundswhich fundswhich
which he look with him reached St StPetersburg StPetersburg StPetersburg
Petersburg today to ay He declares that he hedemands hedemands hedemandSan
demands demandSan an Investigation Ijnto his con conduct conduct conduct ¬
duct
1 1CREMATED
CREMATED IN WRECK WRECKf W ECK ECKFairmont
I + f Fairmont W Va March 5 5News News ews ewshas 4
A 4 + has just reached here that three men menr 4
r 4 + were burned to death in a wreck on onthe +
i + the Balffmon Ohio Short Line at atsmIua
smIua ate this even i it
J f n + + + + t + tttt ttttJ
and naturalization and to provide for foruniform foruniform foruniform
uniform rules for the natiiraliztion of ofaliens ofaliens ofaliens
aliens was made privileged to the thesame thesame thesame
same extent as appropriation bills so sothat sothat sothat
that a motion to consider the bill will willbe willbe willbe
be in order at any time timeAn timeAn timeAn
An Indian Bill BillA BillA BillA
A senate bill was passed authoriz authorizing authorizIng authorlzlug ¬
ing the sale and disposition of the un unallotted unal Unallotted ¬
allotted al otted lands of the Colville Indian Indianreservation IndianrefervatIon Indianreservation
reservation in the state of Washing Washington ¬
ton also a bill establishing at Eure Eureka Eureka Eureka ¬
ka Cal the holding of regular terms termsof termsof termsof
of the United States circuit and dis district district district ¬
trict courts courtsA
A bill was passed consolidating the thecity thecity thecity
city of South McAIester and the town townof townof townof
of McAIester as the city of McAIester McAIesterin
in the Indian territory territoryChairman territoryChairman territoryChairman
Chairman Jenkins of the judiciary judiciaryccmmittee judIciaryccmmittee judiciaryccmmittee
ccmmittee called up the Williams res resolution resolution resolutlon ¬
olution calling on the attorney general generalto
to Inform the house if in his judg judgment judgment judgment ¬
ment not incompatible with the public publicinterest publicInterest publicInterest
interest whether any criminal criminalcharges criminalcharges criminalcharges
charges have been instituted against againstany againstany againstany
any individuals or corporations recent recently recently recently ¬
ly declared by the supreme court of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the United States as guilty of violat violating violating violating ¬
ing the laws prohibiting unlawful com combinations combinationsin cornbinations ¬
binations binationsin in restraint of trade tradeWilliams tradeWilliams tradeWilliams
Williams Was Emphatic EmphaticMr
Mr Williams took the floor and as asserted asserted asserted ¬
serted that the people of the United TJnitedStates UnitedStates I IStates
States know now that only the exe execution execution execution ¬
cution of the criminal provisions of the theantitrust theantigust theantitrust
antitrust law will stop the violation violationof
of those laws Injunctions he said saidwould saidwould saidwould
would be evaded and fines would be bepaid bepaid bepaid
paid and nothing short of the en enforcement enforcement enforcement ¬
forcement of the power of imprisonment imprison imprisonment imprisonment ¬
ment will stop the violation of the thelaw thelaw thelaw
law lawMr
Mr Ir Williams read sections of the theopinion theopinion theopinion
opinion of the court in the Northern NorthernSecurities NorthernSecurities NorthernSecurities
Securities case to show that an effect effectual effectual effectual ¬
ual block to competition had been ar arranged arranged arranged ¬
ranged and andthat that such a combination combinationis
is more than th n a contract contractIt It is an of offense offense offense ¬
fense a crime crimeSo crimeSo crimeSo
So far as he had been able to as ascertain ascertain ¬
certain no steps to prosecute these thesecriminals thesecrimlno1s thesecriminals
criminals had yet been taken al although alt1otgh although ¬
though a year and ten months had hadelapsed hadeJapsed hadelapsed
elapsed since the decision decisionMr
Mr Jenkins < Wis Tis Tf in reply said he hedid bedid hedid
did not think Mr Ir Williams thorough thoroughly
ay unde understood tood theoase the ease HJB e held he d dthe hat thatthe hatthe
the statute of ofnm limitations thnit t flons had run a alung along along
lung long time Liiut aB ago UI1 on UIIJT any ti criminal iiiiiiiii pro proceedings proCEedings piu piuceedings
ceedings which might be begunr begun long longbefore longbefore longbefore
before the present attorney general generalcame generalcame generalcaine
came to that office officeGrosvenor officeGrosvenor officeGrosvenor
Grosvenor Makes Excuses ExcuseslIr ExcusesMr j jMr
Mr Grosvenor said no jury on on earth earthwould earthWould earthwould
would have convicted these men menThree menThree menThree
Three of the four dissenting Judges JudgesIn
In the Northern case he said were weredemocrats weredemocrats weredemocrats
democrats and he predicted had there therebeen therebren therebeen
been other democrats on that bench benchthe benchthe benchthe
the contract vould not have been de declared dec1ared dedared ¬
dared illegal illegalTaking IllegalTaking IllegalTaking
Taking the floor again Mr Williams Williamssaid Williamssaid Williamssaid
said no jury in the United States would wouldfail wouldfai wouldfaC
fail to convict those men There was wasno wasno wasno
no one within the sound of his voice voicehe voicehe voIcehe
he said who did Id not know there was wasa wasa
a beef trust a a coal trust an oil trust trustand trustand trustand
and many other trusts The fact that thataction thataetion thataction
action is now barred he maintained maintaineddid
did not relieve the administration administrationfrom
from responsibility for not taking ac action action action ¬
tion before the statute of limitations limitationshad
had run runThe runThe runThe
The resolution was adopted without withoutobjection withoutobjection withoutobjection
objection objectionA
At A + 430 oclock the house adjourned adjourneduntil adjourneduntil adjourneduntil
until tomorrow tomorrowHIS tomorrowHIS
HIS PRESENCE IS ASSURED ASSUREDDistrict ASSUREDDistrict ASSUREDDistrict
District Attorney Jerome Al Allowed Allowed A Alowed ¬
lowed McCurdy to Visit VisitEurope VisitEurope VisitEurope1
Europe EuropeIvew
New York March 5 5Itappears It appears from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the herald that Richard McCurdy McCurdyformer MeCurdyformer lIcCurdyformer
former president of the Mutual Life LifeInsurance LifeInsurance LifeInsurance
Insurance company before sailing for forParis forParIs forParis
Paris Wednesday last entered into a awritten awritten awritten
written undertaking with District At Attorney Attorney Attorney ¬
torney Jerome to return to this coun country country country ¬
try at any time his presence might be bedesired bedesired bedeslred
desired and to return by Sept 1 in inany inany inany
any event eventThis eventThis eventThis
This is taken to confirm the report reportthatthe reportthat reportthat
thatthe that the district attorney is preparing preparingcertain preparIngcertain preparingcertain
certain matters of life insurance in investigations inestlgations Investigations
vestigations for the grand jury It is issaid Issaid Issaid
said also that Mr Jerome was shown showna
a certificate from Mr McCurdys phy physicians physicians physicians ¬
sicians representing that the former formerpresident formerpresident formerpresident
president of the Mutual was in a phy physical physical physical ¬
sical condition demanding absolute absoluterest absoluterest absoluterest
rest and removal from the scene of his hismany hismany hismany
many business cares caresDelancy caresDelancy caresDelaney
Delancy Nicoll personal counsel toMr toMr to toMr
Mr McCurdy says that his client en entered entered entered ¬
tered into a written understanding to toreturn toreturn toreturn
return to New York and further con confirmation confirmation confirmation ¬
firmation is given by 9ther ther counsel to toMr toMr toMr
Mr McCurdy McCurdySHERRICKS McCurdySHERRICKS McCurdySHERRICKS
c
SHERRICKS TRIAL BEGUN BEGUNIndianapolIs BEGUNIndianapolis
4 + Indianapolis March 5 5The The trial trialof rial rialof 4 +
4 + of David b Sherrick former au auditor auditor 4 +
4 + ditor of state charged with grand grandlarceny grandlarceny 4 +
4 + larceny and the embezzlement of 4 +
4 + + 145000 of state funds began to today today 4 +
+ day +
+ + + + + + 4 + + 4 t 4 + t + 6 444 If t + I 4 t t tc tARRIVED + i4 i4ARRIVED
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ARRIVED IN SAFETY SAFETYNew SAFETYNew SAFETYNew
New York March 5 5Albert Albert Sonnlchsen Sonnlchsena
a 8 correspondent of the New York Even Evening Eening Evenlug ¬
ing Post who disappeared from Sofia SofiaBulgaria SofiaBulgaria SofiaBulgaria
Bulgaria recently under such circum circumstances circumstances circumstances ¬
stances that it was feared he had come cometo cometo cometo
to harm has been heard from The TheEvening TheEvening Theevening
Evening Post today received news of his hissafe hissafe hissafe
safe arrival at Salontea SalonteaEDITOR SalonlcaI SalonicaEDITOR
I T TEDITOR
EDITOR SENTENCED SENTENCEDBarcelona SENTENCEDBarcelona SENTENCEDBarcelona
Barcelona March 5 5The The editor of El ElIJeluive EIQ Eleluive
IJeluive Q luive a local dally paper has been beensentenced beens beensentenced
sentenced s ntenced to eight years Imprisonment Imprisonmentf
f fpr for r printing an InsulUs Insul dispatch con concerning concerning concerning ¬
cerning King Alfonso < <
I Starting The Ball aKolling I
SUPREME COURT COURTCONFIRMS COURTCONfiRMS COURTCONFIRMS
CONFIRMS TITL TITLGovernment TITLGovernment TITft TITftGovernment
Government of the United States StatesHad StatesHad StatesHad
Had No Case Against Senator SenatorClark SenatorClark SenatorClark
Clark of Montana MontanaWashington Mont MontanaWashington na naWashington
Washington March 5 5United United States StatesSenator StatesSenator StatesSenator
Senator Clark of Montana won the case caseagainst caseagainst caseagainst
against him in the supreme court of the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States In which the govern government government government ¬
ment sought to have cancelled patents patentsto
to 11400 acres of public lands Jn Mon Montana MonwJ liontana ¬
tana rwiuch rwhichwere wJ chqvere = were alleged to Jiave beenfraudulently beenfraiIthiiently been Qeenfraul1
fraudulently fraul1 1ently secured The opinion in inthe Inthe inthe
the case was delivered by Justice JusticeHolmes JusticeHolmes JusticeHolmes
Holmes and upheld u held the th decision of the thecourt thecourt thecourt
court of appeals for the Ninth circuit circuitJustices circuitJustices circuitJustices
Justices Harlan and Brown dissented dissentedGovernments dissentedGovernments dissentedGovernments
Governments Claims ClaimsThis CkimsThis ClzimsThis
This was a civil proceeding instituted institutedby
by the government against Senator SenatorClark SenatorClark SenatorClark
Clark of Montana to secure the cancel cancellation cancellation cancellation ¬
lation of the patents to land issued issuedunder issuedunder Issuedunder
under the timber and stone act The Thecharge Thecharge Thecharge
charge made by the government in its itsbill itsbill Itsbill
bill of complaint wasthat the patents patentswere patentswere patentswere
were fraudulently secured and it was wasfurther wasfurther wasfurther
further set forth that about eighty of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the patentees are now under indict indictment indictment indictment ¬
ment in the Montana courts It was wasasserted wasasserted wasasserted
asserted that Senator Clark had en entered entered entered ¬
tered into acontract to purchase the theland ti1eland e eland
land before the patents were granted grantedand grantedand grantedand
and that he had known or had good goodreason goodreason goodreason
reason to know that the proceeding was wasfraudulent wasfraudulent wasfraudulent
fraudulent The government charged chargedthat chargedthat chargedthat
that Clark was not a bona fide purchas purchaser ¬
er but the courts below including the thecourt thecourt thecourt
court of appeals took the contrary contraryview contraryview
view holding that the issuance of pat patents patents patents ¬
ents had the effect of converting his hispurchase hIspurchase hispurchase
purchase of an equity into a purchase purchaseof
of title The printed record In the case casecovered casecovered casecovered
covered 7000 pages pagesJustice pagesJustice t tJustice
Justice Holmes Opinion OpinionIn
In his opinion Justice Holmes said saidThe saidThe saidThe
The United States is attempting to toupset toupset toupset
upset a legal title In order to do that thatit thatit thatit
it must charge Clark with notice of the theoriginal theoriginal theoriginal
original frauds The fact that Clark Clarkwhile Clarkwhile Clarkwhile
while he has a merely equitable or orpersonal orpersonal orpersonal
personal claim against the government governmentheld
held It subject to any defect to which whichIt whichIt
It might have whether he knew It or ornot ornot ornot
not was not equivalent to notice of the thedefect thedefect thedefect
defect It is recognized in the act a t cf cfMarch clMarch cfMarch
March 3 1891 that there may may be a bOna bbnafide b bOnafide na nafide
fide purchaser before the patent issues issuesThe IssuesThe IssuesThe
The title when conveyed conve oed related back backto backto backto
to the date of the original entries entriesTherefore entrIesTherefore entriesTherefore
Therefore actual notice must be beproved beproved beproved
proved But so far as actual knowledge knowledgeor
or notice on the part of Clark is con concerned concerned concerned ¬
cerned both bo h the courts below found in inexplicit Inexplicit inexplicit
explicit terms that the proof failed We Weperceive Weperceive j jperceive
perceive no sufficient reason for de departing departing departing ¬
parting from the rule that except in a afew afew afew
few clear cases where both courts have haveconcurred haveconcurred haveconcurred
concurred we do not disturb their find findings findIngs findIngs ¬
ings of fact There Is nothing suffi sufficient sufficient suffident ¬
cient to show that Clark had actual actualknowledge actualknowledge actualknowledge
knowledge of the arrangement by bywhich bywhIch bywhich
which Cobban the man through whom whomClark whomClark whomClark
Clark made the purchase got the thelands thelands thelands
lands landsHouse landsCAMPAIGN landsCAMPAIGN
CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTIONS CONTRIBUTIONSHouse
House Democrats Insist I That Thatthe Thatthe Thatthe
the Matter Shall Be Thor Thoroughly Thoroughly Thoroughty ¬
oughly Ventilated VentilatedWashington VentilaJedVashIngton VentilatedWashington
Washington March 5 5The The consideration considerationof cOuSdera on onot
of bills prohibiting corporations from con contributing contributing contributing ¬
tributing to campaign funds and requir requiring requiring requirlug ¬
ing publicity in all money matters at affecting attecUng ateeting ¬
fecting elections Is to be taken up next
Monday by the house committee on the theelection thoelection theelection
election of president and vice Ice president presidentand presidentand
and 8 nd members of congress of which Rep Representative Representatlve Representative ¬
resentative Gaines of West Virginia is ischairmain ischalrmaln Ischairmain
chairmain This was determined upon to today today today ¬
day when the committee agreed to invite inviteformer inviteformer inviteformer
former Represenative terry Belmon Belmontpresident Belmonpresident Belmonpresident
president of the organization in favor of ofpublicity ofpUbllclty ofpublicity
publicity in campaign contributions to topresent ba bapresent 00present
present and requested Charles B Hughes Hughescounsel Hughecounsel Hughescounsel
counsel for the Armstrong Insurance in investigating Inesti investigating ¬
vestigating esti ting committee of f New York leg legislature le leIslature Ieislature ¬
islature also to come if 1 convenient and andbring andbring andbring
bring with him a copy o of the report of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the committee The question of wJ1eth whether whethera r ra
a general g neral Investigation of campaign con contributions contrIbutions contributlons ¬
tributions by corporations will be begon begonInto gone gonointo goneinto
into by the committee has not it Is said saidbeen saidbeen saidbeen
been determined although the Democrats Democratson
on the committee are desirous that such sucha luclla suchltae
a a lino lin of Inquiry should be conducted
I H Ill U Fill ROGERS MM IRE r TIME BY NEW YORK JUDGE JUDGEWill JUDGE1Will
j 1Will Will Not Be Compelled to toAnswer Answer in inthe the Standard Oil Hearing HearingUntil HearingII HearingUntil
Until the Missouri Supreme Court HandsDown Hands HandsDown HandsDown
II Down Decision I
New York March 5 5Declsion Decision on the thequestion thequestion thequestion
question whether H H Rogers shall shallbe s1911be shjllbe
be compelled to answer the questions questionsasked questionsasked questiongasked
asked of him in the Missouri oil hear hearing hearing hearlng ¬
ing ing and an aii which he refused to answer answerwas answerwas I Iwas
was postponed until March 26 Justice JusticeGildersleeve JusticeGildersleeve JusticeGildersheeve
Gildersleeve who heard the argument argumentdirected argumentdirected argumentdirected
directed the adjournment to await awaita
a final decision in the Missouri courts courtsrelative courtsrelative courtsrelative
relative to a similar case caseDuring caseDuring caseDuring
During the argument for adjourn adjournment adjournmerit lljournment ¬
ment W V Rowe of counsel for Mr MrRogers lIrRogers MrRogers
Rogers said saidI
I wish to taU the court as thQ thQmouthpiece th thmouthpiece tluzmouThpece
mouthpiece of Mr Rogers that if the theflnal thefinal i ifinal
final decision of the Missouri courts isj is isagalnst isagainst
against Mr Rogers he will answer the thewithout thewithout thewithout
without any order of the court courtAn courtAn courtAn
An Effort to Delay DelayHenry DelayHenry DelayHenry
Henry Wollman who represented the thestate thestate thestate
state of Missouri for Attorney General GeneralHadley GeneralHadley GeneralHadley
Hadley objected object d to the adjournment j
saying it was an effort of the Standard Standardto
to delay the case If Mr Ir Rowe will willsay wIllsay willsay
say as a matter of record for this thiscourt thiscourt thiscourt
court said Mr Wollman that Mr MrRogers MrRogers Ir IrRogers
Rogers will answer on the 23rd of ofMarch ofMarch ofMarch
March I am satisfied but we dont dontwant dontwtnt dontwant
want to agree to having this hearing hearingadjourned hearingadjourned hearingadjourned
adjourned so as to o give them time to toappeal toap toappeal
appeal ap eal to the United States supreme supremecourt supremeourt supremeurt
court courtMarch < < ourtMarch urt urtMarch
March 23 is the date for the resump ¬
tion of the Standard Oil hearing before beforeCommissioner beforeCommissioner beforeCommissioner
Commissioner Sanborn SanbornMr SanbornMr
Mr Rowe then repeated his previous previousstatements previousstatements previousstatements
statements on Mr Rogers behalf behalfJustice behalfJustIce
Justice Gildersleeve adjourned the thehearing Lhehearing thehearing
hearing before him until March 26 say
Ing that in the meantime the final fir l de decision decision docision ¬
cision of the Missouri court would have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been handed down and If this decision decisionshould decisionshould decisionshould
should come before the 3rd and be beagainst beagainst beagainst
against Mr Rogers the latter would wouldanswer wouldanswer wouldanswer
answer without any order of the thesupreme thesupreme tlesupreme
supreme court of this state
DYING WOMAN COULD NOT BE SAVED BY PRAYER PRAYERChicago PRAYERChicago PRAYERChicago
Chicago City Authorities Interfere Inter ere in the Case of a Believer Believerin
in Elijah Dowie a Physician is is s Called and andProgress andProgress andProgress
Progress of Disease Stopped
Chicago March 5 5The The city health healthdepartment healthdepartment healthdepartment
department Is justified just fied in forcibly In Interfering interfering Interfering ¬
terfering in cases of extreme sickness sicknesswhere sicknesswhere sicknesswhere
where the services of a physician are arerefused arerefused arerefused
refused according to an opinion ren rendered rendered rendered ¬
dered today by Corporation Counsel CounselLewis CounselLewIs CounselLewis
Lewis Since the advent of John Alex Alexander Alexander Alexander ¬
ander Dowie in Chicago many cases of ofthis ofthis ofthis
this nature have been brought to the thenotice thenotice thenotice
notice of the city authorities but no nodefinite nodefinite nodefinite
definite action has ever been taken In Insuch Ins insuch
such s ch cases until today when prayer in instead instead Instead ¬
stead of medicine was being used in the thetreatment thetreatment thetreatment
treatment of Mrs Ella Turner Who O is isa isa Isa
a believer bell ever in DowIes teachings The Thewoman Thewoman Thewoman
woman had been suffering for over overtwentyfour oyertwentyfour overtwentyfour
twentyfour hours and her life Was in inBurlington InTHREE InTHREE
THREE SURVEYS SURVEYSARE ARE MADE MADEBurlington MADEBurlington
Burlington Wants Short Route RouteThrough RouteThrough RouteThrough
Through Wyoming to Salt SaltLake S SaltLake lt ltLake
Lake City CityThe City1The
The surveyors who have been running runninglines runninglines runninglines
lines for the Burlington in Wyoming are areheading areheading areheading
heading toward Salt Lake Engineers Engineershave Engineershave Engineershave
have been working in the North NorthPark NorthPark NorthPark
Park country for the past two twomonths twomonths twomonths
months and are now pushing a line west westward westward westward ¬
ward along the ColoradoWjoming Colorado Vyoming boun boundary boundary boundary ¬
dary line A preliminary survey has hasalready hasalready hasalready
already been completed as far as Black BlackFork BlackFork BlackFork
Fork In the western part of Sweetwater Sweetwatercounty Sweetwatercounty Sweetwatercounty
county Wyoming Three lines have been beenrun beenrun beenrun
run by the Burlington surveyors surve ors in Wyo Wyoming WyOming Wyoming ¬
ming during the past six months The Theline Theline Theline
line along the boundary of the two states statesmentioned statesmentioned statesmentioned
mentioned is one of these From Lyons LyonsColo LOonsColo LyonsCob
Colo Cob it is proposed to run a line through throughthe
the North Park country west to Salt SaltLak SaltLak SaltLak
Lak This line may be deemed more morepractical morepractical morepractical
practical than the proposed prop sed line from fromWest tromWest fromWest
West Guernsey along the Union Pacific Pacificthrough Pacificthrough Pacificthrough
through Wyoming to Pocatello Ida and andthen andthen andthen
then to Salt Lake City CityA
A third line has been run from Chey Cheyenne Che Cheenne Cheyenne ¬
enne due northwest to Casper through throughWyoming throughVyomlng throughWyoming
Wyoming From Casper the Hn line has hasbeen hnsbeen hasbeen
been run to Lander through the Big BigHorn BigHorn BigHorn
Horn basin and the Shoshone and Yel Yellowstone Yellowstone Tellowstone ¬
lowstone park country Connections with withthis withthIs withthis
this line would be formed at Cody with witha
a Burlington branch The Burlington Burlingtonhas
has announced that its Cody branch will willbe willbe willbe
be completed into the Shoshone territory territorybefore territorybefore territorybefore
before that that reservation is opened in June JuneWILL JuneWILL JuneWILL
WILL REST R T AT ARLINGTON ARLINGTONSt
4 + St Augustine AUg sUne Fla March 5 5The 4 4The
4 + The body of Lieutenant General GeneralJohn GeneralJohn +
4 + John M Schofield was tonight tonightshiPpeil1lil tonightshippedQ 4 +
4 + shippedytQ shippedQ Washington ll S11Ington for inter Interment interment +
4 + ment shiPpeil1lil ffijpmfe0 a rln gion Brief burial burIalservJc burialservIceWcopducted +
4 + service servIceWcopducted W w SF conducted at the thelate thelate +
4 + late residence re idence The honorary pall pallbearers pallbearers +
4 + bearers Included United States StatesSenator StatesSenator 4 +
4 + Senator Cullom and Brigadier BrigadierGenerals 4 4 4Generals
4 + Generals W M Wherry and andWil andWilllam Wil + f
4 4 Ham Ennis General Schofields Schofieldsformer SchofieIdsformer 4 +
4 + former staff officers officerst < 4 +
+ t + + t t + + t + t 4 t t T Jt + t + tJ Jt + t + tk + + + +
imminentperil Imminent peril as her condition called
for an immediate operation Instead of ofcalling ofcal1ing ofcalling
calling a physician the womans hus ¬
band and relatives appealed to Over Overseer Overseer Overseer ¬
seer Voliva of ZIon City who sent one oneof oneof oneof
of his deacons deac ms to pray for her The Thewomans Thewomans Thewomans
womans pain Increased so much that
her cries attracted the attention of a aneighbor aneighbor aneighbor
neighbor who reported the case to the thepolice thepolice thepolice
police The police at once placed the thematter thematter thematter
matter In the hands of the health de department department department ¬
partment and was referred to Corpora Corporation Corporation Corporation ¬
tion Counsel Lewis who expressed the theopinion theopinIon theopinion
opinion that the health department was was
justified In interfering In such extreme extremecases extremecases extremecases
cases A physician was at once sent to toattend toattend toattend
attend the woman and her hersutIering suffering
was stopped stoppedPROVO stoppedPROVO stoppedPilovo
PROVO BOND BONDISSUE ISSUE HELD UP UPSuit UPSuit UPSuit
Suit Begun in District Court to toRestrain toRestrain toRestrain
Restrain Mayor and City CityRecorder CityRecorderl CityRecorder1
Recorder RecorderSpecial RecorderlSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldProvo HeraldPrOO HeraldProvo
Provo March 5 5An An action has been beencommenced beencommenced beencommenced
commenced in the district court c urt by J W
N Whitecotton Vl tecotton for himself and other tax taxpayers taxpaers taxpayers ¬
payers of Provo who shall come in as asplaintiffs asplaintiffs asplaintiffs
plaintiffs to restrain J S Frisbee mayor mayorof
of Provo City and W Y E Harding city
recorder from Issuing 33000 oo waterworks
bonds and 56000 560 artificial light bonds un ¬
der the authority of a special bond elec ¬
tion held July 11 1905 for the Issue of ofwhich ofwhich ofwhich
which the city cit council passed an ordi ordinance ordinance ordinance ¬
nance Feb 19 1906 The plaintiff asserts assertsthat
that the election deprived the voters of ofvoting ofvoting ofvoting
voting for water bonds without also vot ¬
ing for artificial light bonds bo ds or of voting votingagainst vOJingagainst votingagainst
against artificial light bonds without vot ¬
ing against water bonds The two being ing
combined on the ballot compelling the thuvoter thlvoter thevoter
voter to vote yes es or no on both The Theelection Theejection Theelection
election therefore it is charged was ris in invalid invaHd Invalid ¬
valid The defendants have waived issue issueand issueand Issueand
and service of summons and taken until
March 25 to answer The case will be ap appealed appealed appealed ¬
pealed to the mpreme ccurt whichever whicheverway
way wa Judge Booth may decide and it is isunderstood Isunderstood isunderstood
understood that the supreme court will willgive wUJgive willgive
give the matter an early hearing hearingSUFFERING hearingI hearingSUFFERING
4 4SUFFERING I
SUFFERING IS GREAT GREATMeridian GREATMeridian
4 + Meridian Miss March 5 5The 5TheHst The +
4 4 list of casualties as a result of Fri Friday Frday 4 +
4 + day evenings tornado remains un unchanged unchanged +
4 + changed twentysix dead and for fortysix fortysix 4 +
4 + tysix injured The suffering sufferIngamong sufferingamong +
4 + among the poorer classes has been beenfound 4 + 4 4found
4 + found to be much greater than at atfirst 4 +
4 first supposed and contributions contributionsfrom +
+ from whatever source will now be beaccepted beaccepted 4 +
4 + accepted acceptedH 4 4Mf4M44 +
+ Mf4M44 d H + 1 + + + + 4 4WALCOTT + > 44 + t + + M + + + + + + M + + + 4 + + + f + + Ht Hto HtWALCOTT + + H HWALCOTT +
o
WALCOTT GETS OUT OUTAlbany OUTAlbany OUTAlbany
Albany N Y March 5 5Dudley Dudley Wal Walcott Walcott Walcott
cott president of the Mechanics MechanicsFarmers MechanicsFarmers MechanicsFarmers
Farmers bank here announced today
that he had resigned as a trustee of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Mutual Life Insurance company of ofNew otNew ofNew
New York Yor
DULDNT SELL SELLHERALD SELLHERALDFOR
HERALD HERALDFOR FUR Sl SlSUbscriber SISubscriber
Subscriber Declines to let Sunday SundayPaper S SindayPaper nday ndayPaper
Paper Go to the Dollar DollarMan DollarMan DollarMan
Man ManTWENTY ManTWENTY ManTWENTY
TWENTY OTHERS DID SELL SELLTALE SELLTALE SELLTALE
TALE OF A MORNING WITH A AWELCOME AWELCOME AWELCOME
WELCOME VISITOR VISITORYes
Yes e I have a complete copy cop of The TheSunday TheSuuday TheSunday
Sunday Hera Herald Id of March M rch 4 said Mrs W WF WF V VF
F Gardner Gardner who lives at the corner of ofSixth ofSixth ofSixth
Sixth and dnd nd J streets yesterday yest rday afternoon afternoonThe afternoonThe afternoonThe
The dollar man had just knocked at her herdoor herdoor herdoor
door and on Irs Gardners appearance appearancehad appearancehad appearancehad
had made his usual polite inquiry inquiryThen inqujTThen inquiryThen
Then I shall be most happy to give giveyou giveyou1 giveyou
you you1 a dollar for it said he in response responseto
to Mrs Gardners statement statementI statemfntt statemfnttI
I dont want to sell the paper Mrs MrsGardner MrsGardner MrsGardner
Gardner replied repliedThe repliedThe repliedThe
The dollar man entered into an expla explanation explanation oxplanation ¬
nation He tried to persuade Mrs Gard Gardner Gardner Gardnor ¬
ner to sell eIl at an advance of 2000 per cent
her copy cop o of The Sunday Sunda Herald She was wasadamant wasadunant wasadamant
adamant Perhaps Mrs Irs Gardner feared fearedshe fearedshe fearedshe
she would be unable unableto to get another copy copyof copyof copyof
of the paper in which event she was of ofcourse ofcourse ofcourse
course perfectly right in refusing to sell sellAnd sellAnd sellAnd
And in any an event the thedollar dollar man could not notquarrel notquarrel notquarrel
quarrel with her fordoing for doing as she pleased pleasedwith pleasedwith pleasedwith
with her own Mrs Gardners husband is isa isa isa
a car repairer and electrician employed by
the Utah Light Railway compan companBefore companBefore
Before the story stOT of the rest of yester yesterdays ester esteras ¬
days as distribution is told it may be well wellto wellto wellto
to tell of a letter received from one of
The Heralds friends yesterday The wri writer wrIter writer ¬
ter gives the name and address of an anaged anaged anaged
aged couple and goes on onPlea onPlea onPlea
Plea for Poor Man ManThey ManThey ManThey
They are very eIT poor For a long time timetheir timetheir timetheir
their only luxury has been The Sunday SundaOHerald
Herald The Th dollar man s should otild be a awelcome awelcome awelcome
welcome visitor to these poor people
Under the rules of the distribution resi residences residences residences ¬
dences must be selected at random and andunder andunder andunder
under no circumstances would It be right rightto
to go out to a given address ad ress and pay over overone overone overone
one of the dollars It is pleasant to an announce announce anflounce ¬
nounce however that something better betterwill betterwllI betterwill
will be done for the oIl people Begin Beginning Beginning Beginning ¬
ning next Sunday Sunda they the nre 3r to receive The TheSunday ThlSunday TheSunday
Sunday Herald fora whole year free of ofcharge ofcharge ofcharge
charge chargeA chargeJ
A J Pendlcton P of 556 Scuth Fifth East Eaststreet Eaststreet Eaststreet
street must have made x 1 lucky horseshoe horseshoeSaturday horses horseshoeSaturday oe oeSaturda
Saturday Saturda He must ha hav re driven in the thetraditionally th thtraditionally thetraditionally
traditionally lucky luck number of nails and andcooled andcooled andcooled
cooled his work in a lucky tub of water waterIn waterIn waterIn
In no other way Is It possible to account
for the fact that among the first resi residences residfnces realdences ¬
dences to be visited and an made happy by
The Herald dollar man yesterday was wasthe wastho wasthe
the residence of o Mr Ir Pendleton Pendletonairs Pendleton1tlrs PendletonMrs
airs Pendleton was at home when the theroan Ueman theman
man with the jingling coins arrived arr ed She Sbswas Shewas Shewas
was happy to say Sa shehad a copy of The TheSunday TIIQSunda TheSunday
Sunday Sunda Herald of March 4 aLd she pro produced Preduced peduced ¬
duced it Undiminished in quantity quantityunimpaired and andunimpaired fin finunimpaired
unimpaired In quality as the th power right rightpeople rightreoplo rightreopla
people say when whenthey they the try to appropriate approprfutewat appropriatewattr appropriatewater
wat water r The paper was as turned over to the thedollar thedolIarman thedollar
dollar dolIarman man the th dollar vas as turned over overto O1Jerto oYerto
to Mrs Pendleton and so a pleasant pleasanttransaction Dlensanttransaction leasamtransaction
transaction was brought to a satisfactOry satisfnctorvconclusion satisfactOryconclusion satisfactoryconclusion
conclusion
Dollar for Walker WalkerThe WalkerThe WalkerThe
The dollar man brought down a whole wholecovey wholecovey wholecovey
covey at one shot when he h struck the res residence resIdence residenco ¬
idence of Charles A Walker 651 South SouthSixth SouthSixth SouthSixth
Sixth East street Mr Walker is known knownto
to people all over Utah Idaho I aho and Wy Wyoming Wyoming Vyomlng ¬
oming as the general agent of the Chi Chicago Chicago Chicage ¬
cago Northwestern railway He was wasout wasout wasout
out somewhere rustling business when whenThe whenThe whenThe
The Heralds financier finan ier pushed ushel the bell bellbutton benbuttoll bellbutton
button Mrs Walker was happy to oblige obligewith obligeWilll obligewith
with a copy of The Sunday Herald of the therequired theroquired therequired
required date She had all of it in first firstclass firstclass firstclass
class condition conditionAt
At the Walker residence are four sturdy sturd sturdbo
boys bo s They were Interested inter led fsom the thefirst thefirst thefirst
first in The Heralds distribution of dol dollars dollars dotJars ¬
lars and they the had been looking forward forwardto
to their lucky day Mrs Walker said yes yesterday yesterday e etertIa ¬
terday tertIa that she would divide the money moneyevenly moneyevenl moneyevenly
evenly evenl among the youngsters Joun sters 25 cents centsto centsto centsto
to each If I the four Walker boys dont dontload dontIoad dontload
load up on marbles and other things dear dearto dearto dearto
to the boyish bo ish hear heArt at this season it will willundoubtedly willundoubtedly willundoubtedly
undoubtedly be b because they are forcibly forciblyrestrained forciblyIestrnlned forciblyI
restrained restrained3Irs IestrnlnedIrs I estrainedMrs
Mrs Irs James Meier 651 East Fourth FourthSouth FourthSouth FourthSouth
South street whose husband is a a clerk clerkin eIerkIn clerkin
in the grocery department of ZIons Co Cooperative Cooperative Cooperative ¬
operative Mercantile Institution had hadcarefully hadcarefulh hadcarefully
carefully preserved her paper hopIng hopinjcagainst hoplncagainst hopIngagainst
against hope that the dollar man would wouldpay wouldva wouldpay
pay va her a visit Her care was rewarded rewardedbefore reardedbefore rewardedbefore
before the morning hours had passed passedBoy passedBoy passedBoy
Boy Got the Money MoneyA
A A visit to the residence of Sol Siegel at
630 East First South street str t disclosed the thefact thefact thefact
fact that some Interest is being taken takenthere takenthere takenthere
there in the dollar distribution Mrs Sie Slegel Siegel Siegel ¬
gel was pleased to announce that she shehad shehad shehad i
had the paper and would take a dollar dollarfor doUarfor dollarfor
for it She kept k Pt the montyfor mon rnonty for the space spaceof spaceof spaceof
of about three seconds A small boys boysfingers boysflng boysfingers
fingers flng r8 reached up for it closed over it itand itand itand
and will let go of it later on The young youngman youngman youngman
man was the son of Mr and Mrs Irs Siegel SiegelEdward SiegelEdward SiegelEdward
Edward McGurrin is tha th senior member memberof
of the law firm of McGurrin Gustin GustinMr GustinojIr GustinMr
Mr McGurrin is away In n California on onbusiness onbuslne5 onbusiness
business but Mrs Irs McGvrrln would not notgo notgo notgo
go with him because she feared she would wouldmiss wouldmiss wouldmiss
miss the dollar doUarman man She was at home hometherefore hornetherefcre hometherefcre
therefcre when opportunity knocked at ather ather ather
her door So were her two sons one oref orefwhom of ofwhom J Jwhom
whom corralled the dolla as soon as his hismother hismother hismother
mother had produced ths th paper Come Comearound Comeatound Comearound
around next week and bring brin me a dollar dollarsaid dollarsaid dollarsaid
said the other boy and the distributor distributorwas distrIbutowas
was very ery sorry indeed that he could make makeno
no promise
William Carroll Wins WinsI
I certainly am happy to see you said saidWilliam saidWiUiam saidWilliam
William Carroll a well known architect architectwhen architectWhe1 architectwhen
when early yesterday afternoon the dol dollar dollar dcllar ¬
lar man reached his residence at C35 C35Third G35Tbird 635Third
Third street In the hope though hardly
the expectation that he might be one of ofthe orthe ofthe
the lucky ones Mr Carroll had thriftily thriftilysaved thrlttnys thriftilyslved
saved s xed his paper It was with genuine genuinepleasure genuinepleasure genuinepleasure
pleasure that the dollar was slipped to tohim tohim tohim
him himA
A H Mayne the mining man lives at
115 South Fifth East street right In the thedollar thedollar thedollar
dollar mans beat Mrs rs Mayne fan had saved savedthe savedthe savedthe
the paper and she will buy some sort of ofkeepsake ofkeepsake ofkeepsake
keepsake with the dollar dollarOthers doJJarOthers dollarOthers
Others who profited by the distribution distributionyesterday distrIbution distrIbutionyesterdaJo distributionyesterday
yesterday were Mrs Alice G Gunn wid widow wIdow wldow ¬
ow 237 J street Mrs W W V Guio widow
315 I street Mrs S Watkins 5S5 First Firststreet Firststreet Firststreet
street Mrs R Cardall 523 29 East Third ThirdSouth ThirdSouth lhirdSouth
South street Mrs W V H Westfall restfaJJ 647 647East 647East 17 17East
East Eighth Ei hth South uth Mrs William Buck Buckley BuckIe Buckley ¬
ley Ie 139 South Seventh West MTSC Mrs C L LOlsen LOlsen LOlsen
Olsen 10 South Seventh West Mrs frs J JFogarty JFogary 1 1Fogarty
Fogarty 141 South Sixth West WestMrs Mrs C CF CF CF
F Torkelson 738 West Scuth Temple mpIe C CH CH CH
H Castleof CastIe o 237 mSouth South Seenth West Mrs MrsCharlesFletcher lIrsCharlesFIcher MrsCharles
CharlesFletcher Charles F1etcher 744 West North Temple TempleMrs TempleMrs TempleMrs
Mrs H < S Pollock 63 3 North Seventh SeventhWest SeYenth1Vest SeenthWest
West Mrs John Trehame 10 Jeremy Jeremystreet Jeremystreet Jeremystreet
street
HE TOOK A CHANCE CHANCEButte CHANCEButte
3 Butte March 5 Disregarding 5DisregardlngwarnIngs 5DIsregardingwarnings +
+ 4 warnings and declaring he would wouldtake wouldtake wouldtake
+ take a chance forcing his way on onthe 4 4the +
4 the cage which was already filled filledwith filledwith 4 +
4 + with men at the 1100station of the theDiamond theDiamond 4 +
4 + Diamond mine today toda James Finley Finleywas 4 4was
+ was knocked off of the cage before it t nt
4 t could be stopped and his life crushed crushedout 4
4 out The body fell into the skIp skIpand skipand 4 +
4 + and was carried to the top where wheret 4 +
+ It t was thrown Into the dump 4
+ t 1 t I t t t + t t t t
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TRIES TRIESTOARCONDUITPresident TU TUi TUGRAB
i
GRAB CONDUIT CONDUITPresident
President of Council Springs Coup Coupto
to Throw Down Fellow FellowAmericans FellowHAmericans FellowAmericans
Americans HAmericansWAR AmericansWAR t tWAR
WAR AMONG THE PATRIOTS PATRIOTSKELSEYMORAN PATRIOTSKELSEYMORAN PATRIOTSKELSEYMORAN
KELSEYMORAN COMBINE GETS GETSJOLT GETSJOL GETSJOLT
JOLT JOL T FROM CITY FATHERS FATHERSPresident FA FATHERSPresident HERS HERSPresident
President A JV T Davis and his immedi immediate Immediate Immettiate ¬
ate coterie in the city eit council attempted attemptedlast attemptedlast attemptettlast
last night to seize control of the Big jg
Cottonwood conduit fvork ork Had the plan planprevailed planprevailed planprevailel
prevailed their fellow Americans Americanswould Americanswould Americanswould
would have been left out In the cold coldThe coldThe eoldThe
The attempt which came in the form formof formof forniof
of a resolution introduced by Council Councilman Councoilmlln Councilman ¬
man Thomas Hobday was smothered smotheredand
and while to all outward appearances appearancesthe
the American party serenity s renlty was not notdisturbed notdsturbed notdsturbed
dsturbed by the incident it simply gave gavoto gOto gaveto
to those aware of the inward jealousies jealousiesand > s sand
and heartburnings heartburnln among the Amen American Amencan Amencan ¬
can majority visible slble evidence that ail ailis ailis au auis
is not serene in the party councils councilsHobdays councilsHobdays councilsHobdays
Hobdays resolution provided that the thepresident thtpresident thepresident
president of the council should appoint a acommittee ac acommittee
committee c > of five members to be known knownas
as the committee on water supply and andconduit andconduit andconduit
conduit and that this committee should shouldhave shouldhave shouldhave
have the power along with the mayor mayorand mayorand mayorand
and the city engineer to employ at a acost a acost acost
cost not to exceed 12500 5OO OO a consulting en engineer engineer engineer ¬
gineer and push the conduit to comple completion completion completion ¬
tion tionIn tionIn tionIn
In brief the resolution meant me nnt > that a acommittee acommittee acommittee
committee named by Davis who is rated ratedas
as being closer to Contractor Pat Mo Moran Moran Io Ioran
ran than any other member of the cotta council connell cottacii ¬
ell would virtually dictate expenditures expendituresin
in connection with constructing the con conduit condulL condolt ¬
dulL
Mulvey Jumps on It ItThe ItThe ItThe
The recorder hail scarcely finished read reading reading reading ¬
ing the resolution when Councilman M ME ME ME
E Mulvey was on his feet to oppose opposthe opposethe opposethe
the attempt of his fellow Americans Americansto
to leave him without a voice in the big bigproject bigproject bgproject
project He moved to refer the reso resolution resolution rezolution ¬
lution to the waterworks committee of ofwhich otwhich ofwhich
which he himself Is chairman chl rman Hobday Hobdaymoved HObdaymoved Hbtlaymoved
moved the adoption of the resolution resolutionand resolutionand resolutionand
and Councilman A F Barnes Democrat Democratseeing Democratseeing Democratseeing
seeing that the Americans were about aboutto
to get into a beautiful row among them themselves themselves themselves ¬
selves seconded Hobdays motion motionMulvey motionIulvey motionMulvey
Mulvey made ma e a speech and con condemned condemned condemned ¬
demned utterly the plan to turn the work workover workover workover
over to a special committee He said it itwas Itwas Itwas
was the business of the tb whole council counciland counciland counciland
and that no favoritism should be shown shownHobday sho11Hobda shownHobday
Hobday Hobda protesfkl protest that a disinterested en engineer Engin engineer ¬
gineer gin er must eventually be called in and andargued anda andargued
argued a ued for his resolution resolutionCouncilman resolutionouncilman resolutionCouncilman
Councilman Fernstrom protested protestedagainst protesttdagainJt protestedagainst
against further furtbe delay dela He wanted to get getdown getdownto getdown
down downto to work and settle the conduit mat matter matter mattar ¬
ter without delay dela and said that reference referenceto
to spatial g al committee wouldnt help h elp mat matmv mattent matter4
tent He I warastt the councllmen that tJte tJteWUIttrI tley tleytrItrisg
mv WUIttrI frittering aw aIMY aiy y vaiucftte la time and andthat tadthat nd ndthat
that there wwW b 1M no adtttftmal water watersupply watetSUpply tec tecsupply
supply for nextsummers nextsummersMartin tsmttfnero tsmttfneroMartin fl flMartin >
Martin Against It ItCouncilman ItCo ItCouncilman
Councilman Co ncllman Martin an n American who whohas wbobas
has not yet been lassoed by the Kelsey IvelseyMoranDavis KelsyIortU1DAvis KelseyMoranDavis
MoranDavis combine kicked against the theresolution theresolution theresolution
resolution He protested protest l that too much muchmoney muchmoney muchmoney
money had already been spent for expert expertlegal expertlegal expertlegal
legal and engineering knowledge and op opposed opposed opposed ¬
posed any further expenditure in that di direction direction direction ¬
rection rectionFernstroms rectionFernstroms rectionFernstroms
Fernstroms speech had shown the thaDavis tbeDavis theDavis
Davis contingent that the Democrats Democratswould Democratswould Democratswould
would probably vote against the resolu resolution resolution resolution ¬
tion despite Councilman Barnes sarcas sarcastic sarcastic sarcastie ¬
tic seconding of the resolution and so soHobday soHobday soHobday
Hobday consented to the reference referenceThe referenceThe referenceThe
The conduit matter will probably come comeup comeup comeUJ
up UJ in the waterworks ommlttee Thurs Thursday ThunIda Thursday ¬
day da night If an American party star starchamber starchamber starchamber
chamber caucus is held to settle the ques question question questies ¬
tion it will probably be a warm meeting meetingCARRIED meet1n meet1nCARRIED meetingp meetingCARRIED
p
CARRIED CONCEALED BOMB BOMBWoman BOMBWoman BOMBWoman
Woman Set Apart to Assassinate AssassinateGovernor AssassinateGovernor AssassinateGovernor
Governor General of Moscow MoscowPails MoscowFails MoscowFails
Fails in in the Atttempt AtttemptMoscow
4 + 4 Moscow March 5 5A A boldly planned plannedt plannedattempt 4 +
4 t attempt on the life of Vice Admiral 4 4 4Doubasoff 4 4Doubasotf
+ Doubasoff governor general of Mos Mosow Moscow +
4 + cow ow and member of the council of ofthe 4 4 >
4 4 the empire was frustrated today As Asin 4 + 4
4 + in the case of Vice Admiral Chouk Chouknin 9 +
4 nin nm who on Feb 9 of this year was wasthe
4 4 the object of a terrorist attack the thewouldbe 4 4
4 4 wouldbe assassin was a woman womanRepresenting 4 +
4 + Representing that she came from frompersonal 4 4 4personal
4 + personal friends of the governor gen general 4 4
4 4 eral she gained admittance to the thechancellery 4 4chancellery +
4 + chancellery but her agitation at attracted 4
4 4 tracted the attention of an aide ald < who whonoticed 4
4 4 noticed particularly the luxuriance luxurianceof 4 4 4of
4 + of the womans hair which was coif coiffed 4 4
4 4 fed high upon her head When she shewas shewas + t
4 + was interrogated she attempted to toflee 4 4
4 4 flee but was as seized and searched and anda 4 4ta + 4
4 a small bomb was discovered con concealed concealed 4 4coaled +
ta + cealed In her tresses The Identity Identityof 4 +
4 + of the woman has not been estab estabJished 4 4 4hished
+ lished Jishedt 41 4
T 14 t + + t M MSUIT t + + + 4 + + + + ff4 t t + + + + t + t + t + + t + t 4 4SUIT t t tSUIT
SUIT AGAINST TYREE TYREEWestern TYREEWestern TYREEWestern
Western Securities Company Comp ny Alleges AllegesMisuse AllegesMisuse AIlegeMisuse
Misuse of Money MoneySan MoneySan MoneySan
San Francisco March I iIn In the su superior superior superlor ¬
perior court today suit was commenced commencedagainst commencedagainst commencedagainst
against Hiram Tyree and the Western WesternAgency WestemAgency WesternAgency
Agency company by the Western Securi Securities Securities SecuritIes ¬
ties company The suit contains allega allegations al1egatlons allegalions ¬
lions of misuse of moneys collested collestedIt
It is stated in the complaint that the theWestern theestern theWestern
Western estern Agency company was Incorpo Incorporated Incorporated incorporated ¬
rated under the laws of Arizona with witha
a capital stock of only 10000 and that thatonly thatonly thatonly
only 500 was paid in on the stock this thisamount thIsamount thisamount
amount coming from Tyree himself C CB CB CB
B Bates subscribed for some of the thestock thestock thestock
stock and it is said that he did this for forTyree forTyree forTyree
Tyree who at first wanted to conceal concealhis concealhis concealhis
his connection conn ction with this company He Hemade Hemade Hemade
made F M Raiff president of the West Western Western Westera ¬
ern Agency company and had him re resign resign resign ¬
sign after he Ralff in that eapltcitsigned capacitysigned capacity capacitysigned
signed the contract with the Western WesternSecurities WosternSecurIties WesternSecurities
Securities company which Tyree se secured secured e ecured ¬
cured curedThe curedThe curedThe
The suit is brought to set et aside this thislatter thislatter thislatter
latter contiact and to take from Tyree Tyreethe Ty Tythe Tyreethe
the money he has received under it The Theccmplaint Theecmplaint Theccmplaint
ccmplaint Is signed by b George E Ames Amespresident Amespresident Amespresident
president of the Western Securities com company company cornpany ¬
pany By the contract the agenay ag ney com company company cornpany ¬
pany gives the securities company coni i hy 10 per percent perCfnt percent
cent of its commissions on Continental ContinentalLife CopUnentalLife
Life Insurance policies and the securi securities securities securities ¬
ties company gives the proceeds of the thesale thesale thesale
sale of all of its capital stock to the theagency theagency theagency
agency company companySo
So far about 24000 shares of stock have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been sold and Tyree and his Western WesternAgency WesternAgency V tern ternAgency
Agency company have received over 100
000 it is alleged while the securities com company oompany cornpany ¬
pany has received nothing nothingSIXTEEN t tSIXTEEN
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+ west of Florence a house where a adance adance +
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4 fire In the panic which ensued S UCd the thefloor th thloor
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