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THE ST ST1JOHN JOHNCASE JOHNCASEPrisoner CASE CASEThsoner
Prisoner Will Not Gain His liberty libertyin
in Any Event EventGrand Grand Jury Wait WaitMAY Waitg WaitMkY
g < > fo ey lopments i I iI iMffY
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CALDWELL CALDWELLSpecial CALDWELLSpecial CAIDWELLSpecIaI
Special to The Herald by Staff Cor Correspondent Correspondent Correspondent ¬
respondent respondentBoise respondentBoIse respondentBoise
Boise Ida March 13 1aArguments Arguments in inthe inthe inthe
the St John habeas corpus case were wereheard wereheard wereheard
heard before Judge Stewart of the dis district district dstrlct ¬
trict court here this afternoon The Theopinion Theopinion i iopInIon
opinion will be handed down at 11 11oclock 11oclock Uoclock
oclock tomorrow morning The an announcement announcement anflouncement ¬
nouncement was made during the court courtproceedings courtproceedIngS courtpioceedIngs
proceedings that the grand jury had haddecided l1addecided haddecIded
decided to take a vqte v vcte < tomorrow morn mornIng mornIng morning
Ing on the tl E question as to whether or ornot ornot ornot
not St J5mT J5hnWSHb ilfbuluT5e ilbe 6 1e Indicted for his hisalleged hisalleged
alleged part In the Steunenberg mur murder murder murder
der The understanding is that if the theprosecution theprosecution theprosecution
prosecution considers it necessary St StJohn StJohn StJohn
John will be Indicted but mostly for forthe forthe forthe
the purpose of holding him here until untilthe untilthe I Ithe
the arrival of Sheriff Rulan from Tel Telluride TelJurfde Telbride
bride Colo Cob The sheriff is en route to toBoise toBoise toBoise
Boise armed with a requisition for St StJohn StJohn StJohn
John on a charge of murdering Benja Benjamin Benjamln Benjamm ¬
min mm Burnham a year or two ago When WhenRulan WhenRulan WhenBulan
Rulan arrives it is said that the pro programme programme programme ¬
gramme will be to quash the indict indictment IndIctmen4 indictment ¬
ment providing one Is returned and andturn andturn andturn
turn him over to the Colorado officer officerArguments officerArguments officerArguments
Arguments In Court CourtThe CourtThe CourtThe
The arguments in court today were weremade weremade weremade
made by John P Nugent and E F FRichardson FR1chardson FRichardson
Richardson for the defense and J H HHawley HHawley HBawley
Hawley for the prosecution For the thedefense thedefense thedefense
defense it was alleged that due process processof
of law had not been had in the St John Johncase Johncase Johncase
case for or several reasons First he has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been given no preliminary second he hehas hehas hehas
has not been Indicted The Idaho stat statutes statutes statutes ¬
utes provide that a defendant may not notbe notbe notbe
be held longer than six days without an anopportunity anopportunity anopportunity
opportunity to plead St John has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been held since Feb 18 It Is admitted admittedthat admittedthat admittedthat
that by stipulation the hearing was waspostponed waspostponed waspostponed
postponed until March 2 but consider considerable considerable considerable ¬
able more than six sl days have elapsed elapsedsince elapsedsInce elapsed6lnce
since that time Authorities were cited citedtoy citedby citedthy
toy both Mr INugent and Mr Richard Richardson ¬
son In support of their contention contentionMr
Mr Richardson said that If the ac actions actIons actions ¬
tions of the prosecution were held to tobe toe tobe
be e legal the liberty of any citizen of ofIdaho ofIdaho ofIdaho
Idaho could be restrained by the sim simple simple simple ¬
ple process of convening a district districtcourt dIstrIctourt districtcourt
court summoning a grand jury and andthen andthenaestlng andthen
then thenaestlng arresting the citizen and holding
him duringthe lifeof 1if of the grand jury jury4L
4L The attorney contended that this con conetituted constituted conh
h stituted a a grave infringement on in individual individual
4 dividual libScty We have a a St John JohnI
I ln n court today said he We may have haver
r a iJ j Stewart too referring to the judge judgeThe judgeThe
4 The statutes give the officers no dis discretion disretlon discretlon ¬
cretion They prescribe the exact exactmanner exactmanner exactmanner
manner in which the liberty of the in individual Individual individual ¬
dividual may be restrained and we wetrifle wetrifle wetrifle
trifle with the whole fabric of the body bodvpolitic bodypolitic bodypolitic
politic when we trifle with the ligerty ligertyof Iiger6of
of any individual individualHawleys indIvidual1IHawleys IndividuaLHawleys
Hawleys Contention ContentionMr
Mr Ir Hawley argued that at most mostthe mostthe mostthe
the rights of St John had not been beenseriously beenseriously beenseriously
seriously interfered with He had been beendetained beendetaIned beendetained
detained for a time it was true and andhe andhe andhe
he might not have been so comfortable comfortablein
in prison as out of it He thought the thecourt thecourt thecourt
court should not do a vain thing and andit andit andIt
it might be doii doing > r a vain thing if it itgranted itgranted itgranted
granted a writ This because even if ifit ifit Ifit
it should be granted for the sake of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the argument that the defendant was wasunlawfully wasunlawfuII wasunlawfully
unlawfuII unlawfully held he would be rearrest rearrested
ed If the writ should issue At the con conclusion conclusion conelusion ¬
clusion of argument the judge who whohad whohad whobad
had listenedcarefully lIst neff refuUy to the parties partiesannounced partiesannouncedJthat partiesannouncedthat
announced announcedJthat that he would render his hisdecision hisdecisIon hisdecision
decision at 11 oclock tomorrow morn mornIng morning mornIng
Ing It ris certain however that thatwhatever thatwhatever thatwhatever
whatever action the court takes that thatSt thatSt thatSt
St John personally will gain no lib liberty Uberty liberty ¬
erty ertyIn ertyIn ertyIn
In pursuance of the court order is issued issued issued ¬
sued Moyer Haywood and Pettibone Pettibonewere Pettibonewere Pettlbonewere
were today toda taken to the Canyon coun county county county ¬
ty jail at Caldwell It Is difficult to tounderstand tounderstand I Iunderstand
understand the purpose of the attor attorneys attorneys ¬ i ineys
neys for the defense in securing this thistransfer thistransfer thistransfer
transfer The statement is that they theydid theydid theydid
did it at the request of the men The Thecounty Thecounty Thecounty
county jail is a very little affair in inwhich Inwhich I IwhIch
which nobody can be really comfort comfortable comfortable comfortable ¬
able It Is a little brick box some something something something ¬
thing like twenty twentyfeet feet square Straight Straightthrough Straightthrough Straightthrough
through It runs a narrow corridor with withtwo withtwo withtwo
two small cells on either side Eight Eightprisoners Eightprisoners Eightprisoners
prisoners were confined con iPed In these cells cellsprior cellsprior cellsprior
prior to tim advent of the federation federationprisoners federationprisoners federationprisoners
prisoners The Jail Is warmed by a astove astove I Istove
stove in the rear of the building which whichstove whichstove whichstove
stove is also used for cooking There Thereare Thereare Thereare
are no toilet accessories whatever whateverRuling vhateerRuling whateverRuling
Ruling of the Sheriff SheriffSheriff SheriffSheriff SheriffSheriff
Sheriff Nichols who is apparently apparentlynot
not at all pleased at the transfer says saysMoyer saysMoyer saysMoyer
Moyer Haywood and Pettibone will willhave ivillhave i
have to content themselves themselv with the theregular theregular I Iregular
regular prison fare notwithstanding notwithstandingthe notwithstandingthe
the fact that they are plentifully sup supplied supplied supplied ¬
plied with funds with ith which to have havetheir havetheir havetheir
their meals sent infrom in from the outside
CHARGE CHARGEFALLS CHARGEFALLSTO FAtLS FAtLSTO
TO THE GROUND GROUNDSenator
Senator Smoot Brands Clemensons ClemensonsStory ClemensonsStory ClemensonsSthry
Story as Being False and andDepraved andDepraved andDepraved
Depraved DepravedSTATEMENT DepravedS DepravedSTkTEMENT
STATEMENT S TO HERALD HERALDACCUSER HERALDACCUS HERALDACCUSERBADLY
ACCUSER ACCUS ACCUSERBADLY R BADLY MIXED IN HIS HISDATES HISDATES HISDATES
DATES DATESSpecial DATESSpecial DATESSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldWashington HeraldWashington HeraldWashington
Washington March 13 13A A New York Yorkpaper Yorkpaper Yorkpaper
paper this morning published a sensa sensational sensational sensational ¬
tional article with Rev N N T E Clem Clemenson Clemenson Clemenson
enson of Logan Utah as sponsor sponsorcharging sponsorcharging sponsorcharging
charging Senator Smoot with being beinga beingaoygamist a apolygamist aDolygamist
polygamist polygamistStatement DolygamistStatement > oygamistStatement
Statement of Senator Smoot SmootWhen SmootWhen SmootWhen
When the attention of Senator Smoot Smootwas Smootwas Smootwas
was called to the article he said saidIt saidIt saidIt
It is utterly false and reveals to towhat towhat towhat
what depths of depravity my traducers traducershave traducershave traducershave
have descended d scended in order to place me mein mein mein
in a false light before the country I Iam Iam Iam
am not a polygamist and never have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been I have one wife and six chil childr chUdr childr
dr I was married at Salt Lake LakeCity LakeCity LakeCity
City on the 17th of September 1884 to toAlpha toAlpha toAlpha
Alpha M Eldredge my present and andonly andonly andonly
only wife I never was married to toany toany toany
any other woman never went through througha
a marriage arriageceremony ceremony of any kind withany withiny with withany
any woman but Mrs Alpha M Eldredge EldredgeSmoot EldredgeSmoot EldredgeSmoot
Smoot The story of Mr jSIemenson is isfalse isfalse isfalse
false from beginning to end so far as asit asit asit
it connects my name with that of any anyother anyother anyother
other woman than my legal wife wifeNever wifeNever wifeNever
Never Met Rose Hamilton HamiltonI
I have never met and do not know knowany knowany knowany
any woman named or known as Rose RoseHamilton RoseHamilton RoseHamilton
Hamilton who is alleged to be wife wifeNo wifeNo2 wifeNo
No No2 2 I have never met nor do I Iknow Iknow Iknow
know any woman named Lottie Green Greenwood Greenwood ¬
wood who is alleged by Mr Clemen Clemenson Clemenson
I
son to be my wife No No3 3 The whole wholestory wholestory wholestory
story is a malicious absurdity Mr MrClemensons MrClemensons MrClemensons
Clemensons statements give evidence evidenceof
of their own falsity He alleges that thatthree thatthree thatthree
three years ago I first met Rose Ham Hamilton Hamuton Hamilton ¬
ilton at an Omaha hotel where he hesays heBYS hesays
says my wife and I stopped He gives givesthe givesthe 1 1the
the date of her marriage to me as asDecember asDecember asDecember
December 23 1903 A little more than thantwo thantwo thantwo
two years ago he says my marriage marriagewith marriagewith marriagewith
with her was the basis of the affidavit affidavitof
of Rev J L Leilich charging me with withbeing withbeing withbeing
being a polygamist > Yet Mr Leilichs Leilichsaffidavit Leilichsaffidavit Leilichsaffidavit
affidavit is dated three years ago on onFebruary onFebruary onFebruary
February 25 5 1903 ten months before beforethe beforethe beforethe
the marriage date given by Mr Clem Clemenson Clemenson Clemenson
enson As to my meeting any an such suchlady suchladyin suchlady
lady ladyin in Omaha I will say I never did didso didso didso
so at any time timeWicked timeWicked timeWicked
Wicked Fabrication FabricationThe FabricationThe
The statement stat ment about Mrs Slnoot Slnootand Smootand iiootand
and I being at an Omaha hotel is isuntrue isuntrue isuntrue
untrue The whole store of Mr Clem Clemenson Clemenson Clemenson
enson is such a wicked fabrication fabri cati on that thatno thutno I Ino
no one at all familiar with my life lifewill lIfewill lifeivill
will believe it The charge of Rev J JL JL JL
L Leilich was equally false and andwas andwasrepudiated was wasrepudiated wasrepudiated
repudiated by every honorable person personacquainted personacquainted personacquainted
acquainted with me I again assert assertthat assertthat assertthat
that I am not a polygamist that I Ihave Ihave Ihave
have but one wife and never had any anyother anyother anyother
other that I never have advised any anyone anyone anyone
one to go into polygamy and do not notcountenance notcccntenance notcccntenance
cccntenance it I have given strict strictobedience strictobedIence strictobedience
obedience to the law all my life and andintend andintend andintend
intend to continue to do so soThe soThe soThe
The sheriff haB adopted this rule in or order order order ¬
der to spare the feelings of the other otherprisoners otherprisoners otherprisoners
prisoners he says Suppose Suppo you were werea
a poor prisoner in the Canyon count countjaily county countyjalIy countyjally
jaily he said and had no outside outsidefriends outsidfriends outsidefriends
friends Would not it make you feel feelbad f feelbad 1 1bad
bad if you saw some other prisoners prisonershaving prisonershaving prisonershaving
having swell meals sent in from the theoutside theoutside theoutside
outside Sure it would and Im not notgoing notgoing notgoing
going to permit these defendants to todo todo todo
do it They shall have no provisions provisionsthat provisionsthat provisionsthat
that the poorest prisoner does not nothave nothave nothave
have I want that understood right rightnow rIghtnow rightnow
now
Moyer a Sick Man ManMoyer ManMoyer ManMoyer
Moyer is far from well He has a avery avery avery
very heavy cold and suffers much muchfrom muchfrom muchfrom
from asthma He was the defendant defendantthat defendantthat defendantthat
that asked for transfer his reason be being being beIng ¬
ing that he could riot keep warm at atthe atthe atthe
the pen We can keep warm at the thejail thejaU thejail
jail he said because there are three threeof threeof threeof
of us and we can work eight hour hourshifts hourshifts hourshifts
shifts if necessary keeping up the fire fireThere fireThereis fireThere
There Thereis is no excitement at Caldwell Caldwelland Caldwelland Caidwelland
and nobody has ventured to suggest as asa asa asa
a reason for the transfer that the pris prisoners prisoners prigoners ¬
oners might find it easier to get out of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the jail than out of the pen Sheriff SheriffNichols SheriffNIchols SheriffNichols
Nichols will however maintain a astrong astrong astrong
strong guard at all hours of the day dayand dayand dayand
and night J TLPRIEST TLPRIESTCONREID L PRIEST PRIESTCONREID PRIESTCONREID
CONREID ACQUITTED ACQUITTEDNew
New York March 13 13Heinrich Heinrich Con Conried Conned I Iried
ried director of the Metropolitan opera operahouse operahouse I
house was acquitted < 1 today of a charge chargeof
of violating the U 1 > regarding Sunday Sundaytheatrical Sundaythe Sundaytheatrical
theatrical the trical performances pet forman es Hejyas He vas as ar arrested arrested arrested ¬
rested recently for giving Sunday night nightconcerts nightccncerts nightcCncerts
ccncerts at the Metropolitan opera operahouse opernhouse operahouse
house his arrest being beingI beingmade I made as a atest atest atest
test case Verdis requiem mass was wasthe wasthe wasthe
the production on which the charge chargewas chargewas chargewas
was based
Jail at Caldwell to Which Accused Accu5e frien Have H ve Been Removed
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VOTE Ir IN HOUSE HOUSfSpeaker
Speaker Cannon Determined to Cram CramStatehood CramStatehood CramStatehood
Statehood Bill Down Throats Throatsof
of Members MembersWashington MembersWShing MembersWashingj
Washington March Ird113 13cThere Th f9 are in indications indications indications
dications that the statehood bill may maybe maybe maybe
be referred by Speaker Speak r Cannon to the thecommittee thecommittee thecommittee
committee onterritories on territorIes This action actionthe actionthe actionthe
the friends of statehood for Indian IndianTerritory IrtdianTerritory IndianTerritory
Territory and Oklahoma fear will en entirely entirely entirely ¬
tirely defeat the measure The com committee committee cornmittee ¬
mittee can retain the bill indefinitely indefinitelyand indefinitelyand indefinitelyand
and should it appear there are insur insurgent insurgent Insurgent ¬
gent votes enough to concur with the thesenate thesenate thesenate
senate the bill would not they say saybe saybe saybe
be brought into the house Under the therules therules therules
rules of the house a senate amendment amendmentto
to a house bill which changes the thecharge thecharge thecharge
charge on the treasury sends the bill billto biiito
to committee automatically The Theamendment Theamendment
amendment in question is one granting grantinglands grantinglands grantinglands
lands to the new state for school pur purposes purposes purposes ¬
poses in case sections 13 and 33 re reserved reserved reserved ¬
served In each township proved to be bemineral bemineral bemineral
mineral lands landsStill landsStill landsStill
Still on Speakers Table TableAlthough TableAlthough rabreAlthough
Although the bill goes to committee committeewithout committeewithout
without a jmotion motion in the house it is still stillon stillon stillon
on the speaker stable Unless some somemember somemember somemember
member insists that the reference be bemade bemade bemade
made at once the plan is to defer the thereference thereference thereference
reference until the return of members memberswho memberswho memberswho
who have gone gone south on river and har harbor harbor harbor ¬
bor inspection tour This delegation delegationwill
will return Saturday An agreement agreementwas
was made before they left whereby wherebynothing wherebynothing wherebynothing
nothing was to be done with the state statehood statehood statehood ¬
hood bill until their return returnThe returnThe returnThe
The news that the bill was to go to tocommittee tocommitt tocommittee
committee e which leaked le ked out today was wassomewhat wassomewhaf wassomewhal
somewhat disconcerting to the Insur Insurgents insurgents
gents who have been bending their theirenergies theirenergIes theirenergies
energies to strengthening their num numbers numbers numbern ¬
bers in the expectation of a direct vote voteon voteon voteon
on the motion to concur in the senate senateamendments senateamendments senateamendmenth
amendments to the bill If some way wayhad wayhad wayhad
had not been b en discovered to send the thebill thebill thebill
bill to committee this motion to con concur concur concur ¬
cur would have been in order and andwould andwould andwould
would have taken precedence over a amotion amotion amotion
motion to disagree and go into confer conference conference conference
ence enceJust enceJust enceJust
Just how the insurgents are to meet meetthe meetthe meetthe
the new nov situation has not been decided decidedupon decidedupon decidedupon
upon so far as can be ascertained ascertainedJARRED ascertainedJARRED ascertainedJARRED
JARRED HIS HISTEETH TEETH LOOSENephew LOOSENephew LOOSE LOOSENephew
Nephew of Spanish General Makes MakesSavage MakesSavage MakesSavage
Savage Assault Upon a Too TooCritical TooCritical TooCritical
Critical Deputy DeputyMadrid DeputyMadrid DeputyMadrid
Madrid March 13 13As As the royal cor cortege cortege cortege ¬
tege was passing the chamber of dep deputies deputies deputies ¬
uties a neDhew of General PrimoRi PrimoRivera PrimoRivera PrimoRivera
vera the former commander of the theSpanish theSpanish theSpanish
Spanish troops In the Philippine Is Islands Islands ¬
lands savagely assaulted Deputy DeputySogiano DeputySogiano
Sogiano for criticising acts of Spanish Spanishgenerals SpanIshgenerals Spanishgenerals
generals in Cuba and the Philippines PhilippinesSenor PhiliDPinesSenor PhilippinesSenor
Senor Segiano was knocked down and andlost andlost ttndlost
lost two of his teeth teethThe teethThe teethThe
The assault followed united declara declarations declarations declarations ¬
tions upon the part of Generals Rl Rlvera RIvera Hivera
vera Weyler Blanco Polavieja and andLanares andLanares andLanares
Lanares denying the charges of Ir Irregularity irregularity IrregularIty ¬
regularity in Cuba and the Philip Philippines Philippines Philippines ¬
pines General Rivera announced that thathe thathe thathe
he would resign from the army unless unlessthe unlessthe unlessthe
the government defended the generals generalsagainst generalsagainst generalsagainst
against the charges and General GeneralWeyler GeneralWeyler GeneralWeyler
Weyler declared he intended to take taketheir taketheir taketheir
their defense into his own hands Ri Riveras Riveras RIveras ¬
veras nephew n phew thereupon determined determinedto
to publicly assault Deputy Sogiano Sogianowho Sogianowho Soglanowho
who was chiefly responsible for the thecriticisms th thcriticisms thecriticisms
criticisms
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TAKEN TO PRISON PRISONDenver PRISONDenver PRISONDenver
Denver Colo Cob March 13 13Leonard Leonard B BImboden BImboden BImboden
Imboden and James A Hill convicted convictedof
of conspiracy to wreck the Denver DenverSavings De DeiiverSavings ver verSavings
Savings bank were taken to the state statepenitentiary stateponItentIary statepenitentiary
penitentiary at Canon City today to toserve totyef
serve ey tyef their sentences of nineand nIne and ten tenyearsi tenyears
years respectively
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ML 1llt TRY TO PREVENT EYENT CeiillfiOI M 1 FUTURE FUTURESenate FUTURESenate FUTUREI
I Senate Committee Examining ExaminingBills Bills Designed to Stop National Nationali NationalBanks NationalBanks
i Banks From Giving Stockholders Money for forPolitical forPolitical forPolitical i
Political Purposes
Washington March 13 13The The senate senatecommittee senatecommittee senatecommittee
committee on privileges and elections electionstoday electionstOday elecUonstoday
today instructed a subcommittee con consisting consisting consisting ¬
sisting of Senators Foraker Knox and andBailey andBailey andBaiIer
Bailey to explain the several bills be before before before ¬
fore the senate to prohibit national nationalt nationalbanks nationalbanks nationalbanks
t banks from contributing money for forcampaign forcamptlign foreampign
campaign purposes 1Jur s and report wheth whether ¬
er in their opinion any of these meas measures measures measures ¬
ures ures if enacted enact d into law would pre prevent prevent prevent ¬
vent such evils in the future The Thecommittee Thecommittee Thecommittee
committee was instructed to draft a abill ail1 abill
bill il1 if the pending measures are not notsatisfactory notsa notsatisfactory
satisfactory satisfactoryMr sa tisfactory1Ir
Mr Tillman informed the committee committeethat committeethat committeethat
that in the campaign of 1896 he knew
of one city where six or seven banks bankscontributed bankscontributed bankscontributed
contributed to political funds the en entire entin entire ¬
tire amount aggregating aggr ting 10000 or orl7OO
17000 He said that if the committee committeecared committeecared committeecared
cared to toenler enter on an investigation he hewould hewould hewould
would give re the name sne of the city the thenames thenames thenames
names of the banks and th the < names of ofhis ofhis
his informants Several S eral members of ofthe Oftheaouimktee
the t theaouimktee e oommittee tee declared that there Mad Madbeen hadbcen
been an understanding that banks bankshave ba bankshave ks kshae
have been contributing to campaign campaignfunds camPaignfun campaignfunds
funds fun s but that it IL would be unwise to toenter toenter toenter
enter on o oif a general investigation The Thebest Thebest
best policy it was wasargu6d argued would be beto j i I
to preent such contributions in the thefuture thefuture
future and with that end e nd in view iew the thesubcommittee thesubcommittee thesubcommittee
subcommittee was w appointed
ERUPTION OF VOLCANO M IE SAMOAN SAr OAN L LThree ISLANDS ISLANDSThree IADSThree
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j i Three Villages Completely Destroyed DestroyedSolid Solid Wall of Molten MoltenLava MoltenLava MoltenLava
Lava Reaching Rea hing Far Out to Sea Illuminates lIIiirnin tes the theHeavens theHeavens v
Heavens at Night
I Honolulu March 13 13The The officers of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the steamer Sierra which has arrived arrivedi arrivedhere arrivedhere
i i here from Sydney N S W via Samoa Samoareport Samoareport Samoareport
report that the eruption of the volcano volcanoon
on the island of Savaii one of the Sa Samoan Samoan Samoan
moan group continues on a large scale scaleThree scalTnree scaleT1ree
Three villages have been completely
destroyed including Malaeola where wherewas wherewas wherewas
was located the finest cocoa plantation plantationon
on the island The residences of A AKing AKing AKing
King and C Barleley has been reduced reducedto reduc d dto
to ruins and are a total loss
Kansas City March 13 13The The Stand Standard Standard Standard ¬
ard Oil company through Alfred D DEddy DEddy DEddy
Eddy of f Chicago its general gener l western westernattorney westernattorney westernattorney
attorney has in effect effe t notified Herbert HerbertS
S Hadley attorney general of Missou Missouri ¬
ri who was in Kansas City Cit today that thatit thatit thatit
it will give him no more information in inhis inhis inhIs
his suit to oust the Standard and its itsallied itsallIed itsallied
allied companies from the state of Mis Missouri lIissouri Missouri ¬
souri than it is compelled to make makeHadleys makeI
I Hadleys Statement StatementMr
Mr Hadley said today todayA
A week ago today when the testi testimony testimony testimony ¬
mony of H Clay Pierce was to have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been taken before Commissioner R A AAnthony AAnthony AAnthony
Anthony in St Louis Mr Eddy at attorney attorney attorney ¬
torney for the Standard Oil company companystated companystated companystated
stated to me there would wouldbe be nofurther nofurtherresistance no further furtherresistance furtherresistance
resistance on the part of the witnesses witnessesalready witnessesalready witnessesalready
already subpoenaed in New York in inanswering inanswering inanswering
answering the questions they had pre previously previously previously ¬
viously refused to answer I then sug suggested suggested su sugested ¬
gested to Mr Eddy that if he would wouldproduce wouldproduce wouldproduce
produce H M and W H Tilford and andV andW andW
W V H Van Buren before Commissioner CommissionerFrederick CommissionerFrederick CommissionerFrederick
Frederick Sanborn in l New York March
24 that I would not as a matter of ofconvenience ofconvenience ofconvenience
convenience file an application In the thesupreme thesupreme thesupreme
supreme court to bring them to Mis Missouri 11issouri MissourL ¬
souri
Case for Supreme Court CourtMr CourtMr CourtMr
Mr Eddy promised to give answer answerto answ answqrto r I Ito
to this suggestion as soon as he could couldconsult couldconsult couldconsult
consult his clients in New York He Hehas Hehas Hehas
has Informed me he did not feel atf atfthorized aitthorized i ithorized
thorized to make this arrangementa arrangementaConsequently arrangementaConsequently arrangemntaConsequently
Consequently if service on them is is not notsecured notsecured notsecured
secured at the time the taking of de deipositions depositions deposltions
positions Is resumed in New York I Iwill Iwill Iwill
will apply to the supreme court for an anorder anorder anorder
order to compel their appearance in inMissouri In11issouri inMissouri
Missouri MissouriWhat 11issouriWhat MissouriWhat
What about John D Rockefeller RockefellerMr
Mr Hadley was asked Was there thereany thereany thereany
any discussion pertaining to him himThe himTqe himThe
The question of subpoenaing John JohnD JohnD JohnD
D Rockefeller Rookef ThckefelIerdId UerdId did not enters eI ter Into the
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The lava from the mountain is flow ¬
ing into the ocean in a stream three threequarters threequarters threequarters
quarters of a mile wide and twentyfive
feet deep at the rate of twenty twent feet feetan feetan feetan
an hour At night a solid wall of molt molten molten molten ¬
en lava five miles long may be beseeri beseerireaching seen seenreaching seenreaching
reaching far out Into the sea For Forsome Forsome Forsome
some distance ahead the sea water is
boiling and the surf breaks over the
fiery stream streamThe streamThe streamThe
The government recently chartered charteredthe
the steamer Maori aori to remove women womenand womenan womenand
and an children from the zone of danger
NO MORE luilE INFORMATION INFORMATIONllESSCOURTS UNLESS COURTS SO S DECIDE DECIDECounsel DECIDECounsel DECIDECounsel
Counsel for the Standard Oil OilCompany Company Informs Mr Hadley
That His Clients Will Talk Only When WhenThey WhenThey WhenThey
They Are Compelled To
discussion with Mr Eddy We have
been and are still endeavoring to secure secureservice secureservice secureservice
service on him but there are other otherwitnesses otherwitnesses otherwitnesses
witnesses whose presence I r am more moreanxious moreanxious moreanxious
anxious to secure They know more moreabout moreabout moreabout
about the facts In the case What I
have wanted are those who could give
testimony not persons personswhose whose presence presencewould presencewould presencewould
would lend a sensational interest to tothe tothe tothe
the litigation litigationBURROWS litigationBURROWS litigationBURROWS
BURROWS WILL NOT NOTCOUNTENANCE NOTCOUNTENANCE NOTCOUNTENANCE
COUNTENANCE DELAY DELAYSpecial DELAYSpecial DELAYSpecial
Special to The Herald Heraldf HeraldWashington HeraldWashington
+ f Washington D C March 13 13Senotor 13Senator + f
+ f Senator Burrojys BurroVs stated today that thathe thathe 4 +
+ f he had not yet been furnished furnifhedwith furnishedwith +
+ with the list of names of wit witnesses witnesses + 4 4nesses
+ nesses which Senator Smoot may +
+ desire to have called for the next nextmeeting nextmeeting 4 +
f + meeting of the committee and andthat nndthat 4 4fr +
+ fr that the meeting would be held heldregardless heldregardless 4 +
+ f regardless of the nonappearance nonappearanceof 4 4of +
+ of the witnesses and the case caseclsed caseclosed 4 +
+ 4 closed as soon as possible there thereafter thereafter 4 +
4 + after When asked today con concerning 4 4 4cerning
+ f cerning his witnesses Senator SenatorSmoot SenatorSmoot 4 4Smoot +
+ Smoot said he would have the list listof listof 4 +
4 + of names forthcoming in a few fewdays fewdays 4 4f +
+ f days and in ample time to have havethem havethem 4 +
14 + them subpoenaed and reach reachWashington reachWashington 4 +
14 + Washington for the hearing hearingPROMINENT hearingPROMINENT +
tit t t t tPROMINENT
PROMINENT WYOMING WYOMINGMAN WYOMINGMAN WYOMINGMAN
MAN JOINS JOI NS MAJORITY MAJORITYSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldWashington HeraldWashington HeraldWashington
Washington March 13 13Charles Charles F FMiller F FMiller FMiller
Miller formerly probate judge of ofLaramie ofLaramie ofLaramie
Laramie county Wyoming Wyomfn and for formany formany formany
many years prominent in the live livestock livestock livestock
stock business of Wyoming died today todayat
at the home of his sister in Gulpepper GulpeppertVaaged GulpepperVa
tVaaged Va age 72 ±
TAKES ACID WITH WITHBABE WITHBABEIN
BABE BABEIN IN ARMS ARMSI
Samuel G Kirkman Attempts life lifeBecause LifeBecause
Because of Trouble With WithHis With WithHis WithBisWife
His BisWife BisWifeHE Wife WifeHE WiieHE
HE GOES ON A HEAVY SPREE SPREECLASPS SPREECLASPS SPREECLASPS
CLASPS LITTLEBABE WHILE HE HESWALLOWS HESWALLOWS HESWALLOWS
SWALLOWS DEADLY POISON POISONWith POISONTith POISONWith
With Tith his 1yearold daughter clutched clutchedin iutchedin ulchedin
in his arms Samuel G Kirkman 38 38years 38years 38years
years old was found by his wife about aboutoclock
5 oclock yesterday afternoon in room
5 of the Council rooming house 8 East EastFirst EastFirst EastFirst
First South street writhing in convul convulsions convulgions convulions ¬
ions Beside him lay an empty bottle bottlelabeled bottlelabeled bottlelabeled
labeled carbolic acid the contents of ofwhich ofwhich ofwhich
which he had swallowed with suicidal suicidalintent suicidalintent suicidalintent
intent Kirkman is lying at the Groves GrovesL
L D S hospital in a hopeless condi condition condition condition ¬
tion Death is expected at any moment momentKirkman momentKirkman momentKirkman
Kirkman left a note on the center ta ¬
ble He had written it while holding
the baby in his arms and it explained
his attempt at selfdestruction It read rood3S
as follows followsGive followsGive followsGive
Give all my earthly belongings to tomy tomy tomy
my daughter Ruth who is here with withme withme withme
me I love her and my wife and cannot
live any longer without them themSlips themSlipc themSUpc
Slips Into the House HouseMrs HouseMrs HouseMrs
Mrs Kirkman who runs the Council Councilrooming Councilrooming Councilrooming
rooming house was upstairs when her
husband came into her apartments
The baby was sitting on the floor play playing ¬
ing with a doll Kirkman picked Ruth Ruthup Ruthup Ruthup
up and drew a chair up to the center
table where he wrote the note While Whilesitting Whilesitting Whilesltting
sitting there he drank the carbolic acid acidand acidand acidand
and fell on the floor floorRuths floorRuths floorRuths
Ruths screams could be heard all allover alloer allover
over the house and Mrs Irs Kirkman ran
into the apartments There she saw
her husband lying on the floor with the
baby in hs arms She grabbed the thechild thechild thechild
child from him and kneeling down doxvnasked downasked downasked
asked what was the matter Between Betweengasps Betweengasps Betweengasps
gasps he told her that he had taken takencarbolic takencarbolic takencarbolic
carbolic acid acidMrs acidMrs acidMrs
Mrs Kirkman called Dr Dr W F Beer Beerby Beerby I Iby
by telephone and Kirkman was given givenmedical givenmedical I
medical assistance He was unconscious unconsciousuntil unconsciousuntil unconsciousuntil
until about 8 oclock when he rallied ralliedand raUiedand ralliedand
and was taken to the hospital Before Beforehe
he was wascarriod carried carri d from the apartments he heasked heasked
asked to see ee his daughter who was car carried carded carned ¬
ned to his bedside bedsideWished bedsideWished bedsideWished
Wished Wife to Forgive ForgiveMr
Mr and Mrs Kirkman were married marriedabout marriedabout marriedabout
about two years ago in Salt Lake Two Twomonths Twomonths Twomonths
months ago go Mrs Kirkman filed divorce divorceproceedings divorceproceedings divorceiroceedings
proceedings in the Third district court courtSeveral courtSeveral courtSeveral
Several times while the th e suit has b beert beertpending beeflpendingRirkmen
pending pendingRirkmen Kirkmrn Kirkm n has come to toms tomswifes life lifewifes bigwifes
wifes apartments and begged her to todrop todrop todrop
drop the proceedings proceedingsKirkman procEed proceedingsKirkman ngs ngsKIrkman
Kirkman was arrested last Friday Fridaynight Fridaynight Fridaynight
night by Officer Lyon Lyonfor for disturbing the thepeace thepeace thepeace
peace of his wifes rooming house The Thecase Thecase Thecase
case was afterward dismissed because becauseMrs becauseIrs becauseMrs
Mrs Irs Kirkman refused to appear appearagainst aPDenragainst appearagainst
against him The following day she shesecured shesecured shesecured
secured an order from the court pro prohibiting prohibiting prohibiting ¬
hibiting him to come to her apartments apartmentsKirkman apartmentsKirkman apartmentsKirkman
Kirkman hda threatened to kill his hiswife hiswife hiswife
wife several times and one of the alle allegations aUegations allegations
gations in the complaint was to this thiseffect thiseffect
effect Another allegation was that he hehad hehad hehad
had beaten her a number of times tim s and andwas andwas andwas
was a drunkard drunkardWas drunkardWas drunkardWas
Was Drinking Heavily HeavilyKirkman HeavilyKirkman HeavilyKirkman
Kirkman spent most of the day yes yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
terday in the Council saloon drinking drinkingHe
He made several attempts to see his hiswife hiswife hiswife
wife and at last she stool in the hall hallway hallway hallway ¬
way in the rooming house and talked talkedwith talkedwith talkedwith
with him He asked her if it was too toolate toolate I Ilate
late to call off the divorce proceedings proceedingsand i iand
and she answered him that it was wasI wasI
I have been mean to you Ji u Kirkman Kirkmansaid KIrkmansaid Klrkmansaid
said and havent supported sup orted you and andRuth andRuth andRuth
Ruth properly but just give me an another another another ¬
other chance Ill quit drinking and be bea bea bea
a good husband to you youMrs you1Irs youMrs
Mrs Kirkman told him that he had hadbroken hadbroken j jbroken
broken his promise with her time and andagain andagain andagain
again and that she would be in better bettercircumstances bettercIrcumstances bettercircumstances
circumstances without wlt out him himKirkman himKirkman j
Kirkman went back to the saloon saloonagain saloonagain j jagain
again and bought several more drinks drinksAfterward drinksAfterward drinksAfterward
Afterward he purchased a bottle of car carbolic carbolic carbolic ¬
bolic acid and went back to the room rooming rooming roomIng ¬
ing house He stole into the room roomwhere roomwhere roomwhere
where his child was while Mrs Irs Kirk Kirkman Kirkman Kirkman
man was showing a person rooms In the thehouse thehouse thehouse
house houseKirkman houseKIrkman houseKirkman
Kirkman was born in Nephi and for foryears foryear foryears
years had been a bartender in Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake Kirkman was a member of the thepolice thepolice thepolice
police department in 1901 under ex exChief exChief exChief
Chief Thomas Hilton He resigned from fromhis fromhis fromhis
his position after serving about a year yearHis yearHis yearHis
His parents are living at 315 315Thirteenth 3L5ThIrteenth 15 15Thirteenth
Thirteenth East street He has three threebrothers throobrothers threebrothers
brothers and two sisters living in Salt SaltLake SnItLake SaltLake
Lake LakeKirkmans LakeKirkmans LakeKirkmans
Kirkmans condition was reported as asbeing asbeing asbeing
being much improved at an early hour hourthis hourthis hourthis
this morning Dr Beer who Is at attending attending attending ¬
tending him says that there is hope hopefor hopefor hopefor
for his recovery recoveryMANY recoveryT recoveryMANY
T C CMANY
MANY MILLIONS NEEDED NEEDEDBankers NEEDEDBankers NEEDEDBankers
Bankers Fi1 IRnancing ancLlg Two Hudson HudsonRiver HudsonRiver HudsonRiver
River Tunnels Plan to Issue
150000000 Securities SecuritiesNew SecuritiesNew SecuritiesNew
New York March 13 13The The Herald Heraldtoday Heraldtoday Herakitoday
today says saysWall saysVall saysVall
Vall street learned yesterday that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the bankers financing fina 1cing the two Hudson Hudsonriver Hudsonriver Hudsonriver
river tunnels commonly known as asthe asthe i ithe
the McAdoo tunnels have crystallized crystallizedtheir crystallizedtheir I Itheir
their plans into a scheme calling for forthe forthe forthe
the issue of 15000000 of securities securitiesThere securitiesThere S cu ItJes ItJesThere
There Is to be formed form d the Hudson HudsonManhattan HudsonIanhattan HudsonManhattan
Manhattan Railway company with an anauthorized anauthorized I Iauthorized
authorized bond issue of 1000000 10QOOOLOOO 1OUOOOOOOand 0 0and
and a stock Issue of 50000000 AQdi AQditional Audltional AtIditional
tional stocks will be Issued later laterBeside laterBeside linterBeside
Beside equipping the two tunnels the thecompany thecompany thecompany
company will build two immense ter terminals terminals terminals ¬
minals one a 3000000 twentytwo twentytwostory twenttwostory twentytwostory
story building in Church street and andanother andanother andanother
another between Thirtysecond and andThirtythird andThirtythird i iThIrtythird
Thirtythird streets backing backln up upagainst upagainst upagainst
against the Pennsylvania railroad ter terminal terminal terminal ¬
minal
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PURPOSE IS POLITICS POLITICSCincinnati POLITICSCincinnati
Cincinnati 0 March 13 13President 13PresidentRoosevelt l3PresjdentRoosevelt President PresidentRoosevelt
Roosevelt and Secretary of War Taft Tafthave Tafthave Tafthave
have accepted honorary membership in inthe inthe inthe
the Roosevelt Republican Rep bIican club of this thiscity thIscity thiscity
city The organizers organizCrsdeCJarPfl deolarWl dee1r1puFposeto thafr thafrpurpose thQirJpufposeqo
Jpufposeqo purpose tb be bepo1iU politics s a
KELSEY IS OLD OLDFRIEND OLDFRIEND
FRIEND Of MORAN MURANWas
Was Once Before Accused of Undue UndueFriendship UndueFriendship UndueFriendship
Friendship to Contractor on onConduit onC onCondiit
Conduit ConduitALLOWED C CondiitALLOWED nd it itf itALLOWED
f
ALLOWED HIM MUCH MONEY MONEYANCIENT M MONEYANCiENT NEY NEYANCIENT
ANCIENT SCANDAL UNDER THE THETHOMPSON THETHOMPSON THETHOMPSON
THOMPSON REGIME REVIVED REVIVEDThe
The close relationship between City CityEngineer CityEngineer CityEngineer
Engineer L C Kelsey and Contractor ContractorP
P J Moran exemplified recently by byKelseys byKelseys byKelseys
Kelseys advocacy of the 75000 grab grabon
on the Big Cottonwood conduit for Mo Morans Morans Morans
rans benefit has been aired previously previouslyin
in the history of the municipal govern goxornment govornment government
ment of Salt Lake Just before tho thoclose thoclose theclose
close of Mayor Thompsons preceding precedingadministration precedingadministration precedingadministration
administration in December 1903 Mr MrKelsey MrKelsey MrKelsey
Kelsey then as now city engineer engineerwas engineerwas
was charged formally by Fred T Keg Kegler Kegler KegIcr ¬
ler then secretary of the board of pub public publie ¬
lie works with gross favoritism to toward toward toward ¬
ward Moran MoranMr MoranMr Moranlr
Mr lr Keglers charges were flied with withthe withthe iUl iUlthe
the city council They were five in innumber Innumber Innumber
number Two of them were that in inestimating inestimating inestimating
estimating the price for cement to be beallowed beallowed beallowed
allowed Moran on city work Kelsey Kelseyhad Kelseyhad Kelseyhad
had allowed a price much higher than thanthat thnnthitt thanthat
that which the city was paying In the theopen theopen theopen
open market for cement at that time timeIn timeIn timeIn
In one on case Kegler charged Kelsey Kelseyallowed KelseyalIowed Kelseyallowed
allowed a charge of 495 per barrel for forcement forcement forcement
cement when the market price was
325 In another case it Is alleged allegedKelsey allegedKelsey allegedKelsey
Kelsey allowed Moran to charge 440 440a
a barrel when the city was buying it itfor itfor
for 35 325Graft 35Graft 35Graft
Graft in Water Extension ExtensionAnother ExtensIonAnother ExtensionAnother
Another charge made by Mr Kegler Keglerat Keglexat
at the same time was that Kelsey al allowed allowed allowed ¬
lowed Moran to charge 9383 for set setting setting setting ¬
ting a sixinch valve In a water main mainextension mainextension mainextension
extension when the contract provided providedspecifically providedspecificaIIy providedspecifically
specifically that such valves should be beset beset beset
set for 1750 each The higher esti estimate estimate estimate ¬
mate was approved by Kelsey and con concurred concurred concurred ¬
curred in by the city council councilAnother councllAnother councilAnother
Another allegation made by Mr Keg ¬
ler was that Kelsey had permitted Mo Moran Moran Moran ¬
ran to charge the city 3850 per ton for forasphalt forasphalt forasphalt
asphalt when it was selling in the thealso themarket themarket
market for a much lower figure He Healso Healso
also alleged that in a sewer extension extensioncontract eXtensioncontract extensioncontract
contract Kelsey had allowed Moran 75 75each 75each 5 5each
each for constructing three manholes manholeswhere manholeswhere manholeswhere
where the contract price was 66 When Whenthis Whenthis Whenthis
this claim approved by Kelsey was waspresented waspresented waspresented
presented to the city auditor the last lastnamed lastnamed lastnamed
named official refused to allow it and andMoran andlonll1 andMoran
Moran yielding to the inevitable ac accepted accepLed accepLed ¬
cepLed the original price of 66 per permanhole permanhole permanhole
manhole and signed a receipt in full fullAll funAll fullAU
All Thompsons Appointees AppointeesAt
At the thetlme time Mr Kegler preferred his hischar hl hlcharpes hischaresagajnst
char charpes charesagajnst esagrRjnst gainst the KelseyMoran com combine combine cornbine ¬
bine Mayor Thompson was about to toretire toretire toretire
retire from office All of the parties to tothe tothe tothe
the controversy were ere Thompson ap appointees appointees appointees ¬
pointees There Th re was no political enmity enmitybetween enmitybetween enmitybetween
between Mr Kegler and Mr Kelsey Kelsejand Keseyand Kelseyand
and strenuous efforts were made by bythe b bthe bythe
the administration to suppress the thescandal thescandal thescandal
scandal Kegler however was backed backedby backedby backedby
by Spencer Clawson then chairman of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the board Qf public works who insisted insistedon
on a hearing of the charges chargesThe cha chargesThe ges gesThe
The city council heard the matter in incommittee incommittee incommittee
committee of the whole and although althoughMessrs althoughfessrs althoughMessrs
Messrs Clawson and Kegler insisted insistedstoutly Insistedstoutly insistedstoutly
stoutly that Kelsey was guilty g ilt of ev everything everything everything ¬
erything charged he was exonerated exoneratedShortly exoneratedShortly exoneratedShortly
Shortly thereafter he was removed by byMayor bylIayor byMayor
Mayor Richard P Morris who had Just Justcome juStcome justcome
come into office officePoliticians officePoliticians officePoliticians
Politicians Are Reminiscent ReminiscentThe
The charge that Kelsey and Moran Morsnhave Montnhave Moranhave
have stood in together in securing an anallowance anallowance anallowance
allowance of 75000 7 OOO in extras for the theBig theBig theBig
Big Cottonwood conduit of which at atleast atleAst atleast
least Moran will be the beneficiary has hascaused hoJcaused ha hacaused
caused among politicians and those fa familiar famUiar familiar ¬
miliar with city affairs a revival of the thegossip thegossip thegossip
gossip and scandal of the time before beforewhen beCorewhen beforewhen
when Kelsey as an official was accused accusedof
of favoritism fayor tism toward Moran MoranIn MoranIn MoranIn
In many quarters it is hinted that thatKelsey thatKelsey thatKelsey
Kelsey owes his appointment to his hispresent hi hipresent hbpresent
present position to Morans influence influencewith influencewith influencewith
with Mayor Thompson The latter has hasshown hasshown hasshown
shown strong friendship toward Moran Moranand Moranand M nm nmand
and has hnsbeen been an advocate of the con conduit conduit conduit ¬
duit grab from the beginning He was waspresent wa wapresent waspresent
present in the council Monday night nightwhen nightwhen nightwhen
when it was jammed through throughMayor throughMayor throughMayor
Mayor Signs the Grab GrabBright GrabBright GrabBright
Bright and early yesterday morning morningMayor morningIayor morningMayor
Mayor Thompson was on hand at his hisoffice hisoffice hisoffice
office to affix his signature of approval approvalto
to the conduit grab Usually the mayor mayordoes mayordoes mayordoes
does not act on council business done doneMonday don donMonday doneMonday
Monday night until Thursday or Fri Friday Friday Priday ¬
day but he allowed no grass to grow growunder growunder growunder
under his feet in approving the ex extras extras extnis ¬
tras on the conduit conduitMILLIONS conduitto
to 4MILLIONS toMILLIONS
MILLIONS WIPED OUT OUTEffect OUTEffect OUTEffect
Effect of Supreme Court Decision on onChicago onChicago onChicago
Chicago Traction Stocks StocksChicago StocksChicago StocksChicago
Chicago March 13 13Prlces Prices of the Chi Chicago Chicago Chicago ¬
cago traction stocks suffered severely eerelv to today today today ¬
day on both the New York and Chicago Chicagostock chicagustock Chicagostock
stock exchanges In New York th price priceof prifof priceof
of Union Traction common stock broke brokealmost brokfalm06t brokealmost
almost in half dropping from 11 to 7 7The 7fr 7frTIt 7Tue
The TIt > preferred stock which closed last lastnight la lastnight t tnight
night at 46 declined to 30 3 > West Chf Chfcgo Chfn Chiago
ago n go showed a decline of 15 points from froma
a close cI of 55 5 last night and North Cti Chicago Cticago Cticage ¬
cago was down 23 f points There were wereno wereno weeno
no sales of the stock of the Chicago City CitvRailway CihRailway CityRailway
Railway company yesterday est rday and ihs he last lastquotation lastQuotation lastquotation
quotation prior prI r to the opening of the tbftstock testock thestock
stock exchanges today was 198 It Itchanged Ite1tanged Itchanged
changed owners It 170 l O It is estimated by bylocal b blocal blocal
local financiers thatthe that the decision of tn tnsupreme ttJttpreme thrpreme
supreme court has h s wiped wip d out franchises franchisesbelonelntr frmcbi frtnchistsbelonging ts tsbelonging
belonging to the Union Traction com company eonrany om omrany ¬
rany valued at anywhere from 5S8WOa 5S8WOato IU UIX3OW UIX3OWto ooo oooto
to WSOJOOCO WSOJOOCOFuneral f fi fHONOREEtI 9HONOREDINV1Ff
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HONOREEtI HONOREDINV1Ff HONOREDINV1FfFuneral O t Mi Mir MiFuneral
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Funeral Programme of Susan B An Anthony Anthony Anthony ¬
thony Champion of Women WomenRochester WomenRochester WomenRochester
Rochester Slarctf Marc1 13 13The The spongers sP lters at atthe atthe atthe
the funeral of Miss Susan B Anthony Anthonywhich athonywhich thony thonywhich
which will be held at 2 oclock Thurs Thursday Thursday Thursday ¬
day afternoon at the Central Presbyterian Presbyterianchurch Pr Presbyterianchurch bYtBrian bYtBrianchurch
church will be Dr C C Albertson pas pastor 1H18tor pastor ¬
tor of J f the church Rev William Gar Gannett GaTIned Garnett ¬
nett Miss Anthonys pastor William WilliamLloyd ViJUamLloyd VilIjaniLloyd
Lloyd Garrison of Boston Miss Carrie CarrieChapman CrrieChapman CarrieChapman
Chapman Catt of New York who suc succeeded SU SUeeded suceeeded ¬
ceeded Miss Anthony as president of the theWomans theVomans theWomans
Womans National Suffrage association associationand ag associationand chd10 1 1and
and Rev Anna Shaw The body will m lie lieIn Hetn liein
In state for three hours prior to thafu thafuneral thunerat the fu fusemi ¬
semi Young women from the Univer University Universltj Unlverslty ¬
sity of Rochester will act as pallbear pallbearers ¬
ers Many telegrams of ocona con3olence lence from fromall fromall fromall
all over the country countr came today tola
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