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third ment mentl second se ond jlppjlars time tinte ro e 1f1lS if 1tlS it is is noticed noti is read seen ± ed ii The Thethird The Thefourth The Thesecond THE T HE SALT L LAKE A KE HERALD HERALDEstablished The 1 again he unfortunate unfortunajeHappy from atrip a tr i P abroad abroadThe Happy Happyets
fourth frafif i41t it it is read again againthe ets into trouble the very
the fifth time it is answered tirst thing Next Sun ¬
I Established June uiie 6 1870 SALT LAKE CITY uTAH TEDNESDAY lIAICH MA II1H 28 9 1906 1 co 10 in PAGES Price PriceFive Five Cents days day r s Funny Page
Contest Over the Western Wes rn Securities SecuritiesCompany SecuritiesCompany SecuritiesCompany
Company Started in jj San SanTYREEJRXING San1Ian SanTYREEJRYING
1Ian isc r
Special Sp j friitcihe al ttilrhe to The Herald HeraldSan HeraldSan HeraldSan
San Francisco Fr i1oisco Gal March 27 27Wfth 27Wfththe With Withthe
the Continental l Life Insurance In Investment Investment Investment ¬
vestment company of Salt Lake City Cityrent Cityrent Cityrent
rent in tvtf tWOby tbrzLTaotionaI byi 1Ca6tional fight over overthe overthe overthe
the contrbf cont f of of the corporation and its itsmanagement itsmanagement tz tzmanagement
management a contest conto t was started to ¬
day for control of 9 t the stock of the
Western XSecuritles ecuritles company which whichcorporation whichorporatioll whichOrporatioll
orporatioll financed the insurance con contern conl
tern l ern em It is charged that Hiram Tyree
the president who has been held to the
district court in Salt Lake for alleged
irregular practice In manipulation of
the companys books secretly under ¬
took within the past week to arrange
for selling out the business of the cor corporation corporation carporatton ¬
poration to some life insurance com company compan coinpany ¬
pany pan
Struggle for Control ControlWhen ControlWhen ControlWhen
When this fact reached the ears of ofhis ofhis ofhis
his enemies ene l1ies in the board of directors directorsa
a wild struggle began to secure con control controlof control ¬
trol trolof of the stock of the Western Se Securities SeuritIes Scunties ¬
unties eompany4n order that control controlmight controlmight j
might be taken from Tyree and reor reorganization reorganization reorganizatlon ¬
ganization effected at the meeting on onApril onApril onApril
April 7 As matters stand today the themagnificent themagnific themagnhuiceilt
magnificent magnific ltt offices of the corporation corporationin
in the James Flood building are di divided divided dlvIded
vided into two parts one of which is islocked islocked islocked
locked against the occupants of the th thother theother j
other sectlpn se jiipn The company occupied occupiedluxurious occupiedluxurious occupiedluxurlous
luxurious apartments in the building
Tyree has given notice to the faction factionopposed factionopposed factionopposed
opposed to tohlni him that they must vacate vacateon j
on the 1st of April AprilBit AprilBJter j jBitter
Bitter Bit er Warfare I I
This afternoon as a part of the bitter bitterconflict bitteronftiet bittertonflict
conflict for rsupremaey notifications notificationswere
were sent to tOlthe hetelegraph telegraph companies companiesand
and to the thepostoffice postoffice not to deliver mail mailfor mailfor mallfor
for the company to VicePresident V VT YT VT
T McGillicuddy 1 GlJicuddy who is also the medi medical medial medial ¬
cal al director Neither were mails nor nordispatches nordispatches nordispatches
dispatches to be delivered to Secretary
George Ames of the Western Securi Securities Securit SecuriUrs ¬
ties t iES company whose rooms adjoin the thevicepresidents thevicepresidents theV
vicepresidents V office The instruc instructions instructions Instruct1on ¬
tions which were given g en by Tyrees lo local local 10al ¬
cal al friends and by himself by telegraph telegraphfrom telegraphfrom telegraphfrom
from Salt Lake direct that the mail for forthe forthe forthe
the corppration shall be delivered to tothe tothf tothe
the presidents office Simultaneously Simultaneouslywith
with the issuance issuance of this notice Three Director Dlrector Threetnr ¬
tor Stott who has charge of agencies agenciesleft agenciesleft ageniicisleft
left for Chi6ag Chi ChIt gb < o for the purpose of ofopening offlpening ofrpening
opening negfttJfetiQnsfor neg negtt1ons tions for the sale of the theBusiness thehUSlneDs theusinecs
Business usinecs ofthe insurance company to toanother toanother toanother
another life company Stott is one of ofTyrees ofTyree ofTyreee
Tyrees friends and it is understood understoodthat understoodthat understoodthat
that heis he is taking the th trip t p east under underTyrees underTyrees underTyrees
Tyrees directions The faction op opposed opposed opposed
posed to Tyree is exerting every effort effortto effortto effortto
to get proxies in order to oust Tyree Tyreeat
at the next meeting meetingm meetfngr meetingAY
New York YorkStory Story That Big BigShowing BigShowing BigShowing
Showing Is Being At Attempted Attenlpted Atlempted ¬
tempted in HotonC Boston Con ConSpecial COnSpc1al n nSpecial
Special to TteeiHantld TteeiHantldNew TheHartldNew m r ld ldNew
New York Y rk Msrck Mar k 2 4t It was an announced announced annowiced ¬
nounced here today that the manage management management management ¬
ment of the Boston Consolidated com company company cornpany ¬
pany is rushing development work to todemonstrate todemonstia todemonste
demonstrate te the comparative value of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Boston property with VitI the Utah UtahCopper UtahCopper Utahopper
Copper opper property in substantiation of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the claim that these companies should shouldbe shouldbe shouldbe
be consolidated consoUd < < td upon equal terms The Themanagement Themanagement Themanagement
management believes it can make this thisdemonstration thisdemonstratlOJi thisdemonstratloil
demonstration within the next three threemonths threemonths threemonths
months at the end of which time the thequestion thequestion thequestion
question of a merger will be again ta takrn takfn takn
krn up UPThe upThe i iThe
The recent merger plan was prevent prevented pr vent ventr ¬
ed r 1 by H C Wiley the Amalgamatedexpert Amalgamatedxpert Amalgamated Amaigamatedexpert
expert < who after a report upon the theTtah thertah theVtah
Ttah Coppers C PIJCr company strongly ad advised adiscd advised ¬
vised iscd againsta combination com ination with Bos Boston Boston Boston ¬
ton Consolidated He pointed out that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the Utah properties wore more valuable valuablethan valuablethan valuablethan
than was generally supposed and this thisstatement thisstatement thisstatement
statement was substantiated by John JohnHays JohnHays JohnHays
Hays Hammond who informed the theGuggenheiriis theGuggenheims theuggenhelms
Guggenheims that the Utah Copper Coppercompany Coppercompany Copperompany
company had more ore in sight than thanthe thanthe thanthe
the experts for Mr Newhouse were able ableto ableto ableto
to dlscpver
Butte Mont ont March 27 70ne One man manwas manwas manwas
was killed and three injured one of ofwhom ofwhom ofwhom
whom may die in a cave in in the Bell Bellmine BetJlmine Bellmine
mine this afternoon Robert McCauley McCauleywas
was so badly crushed that he died diedsoon diedoon diedsoon
soon after being taken to the hospital hospitalJohn hospitalJohn hospitalJohn
John R Lynch his partner is in a pre precarious prearlous precarlous ¬
carious condition Foreman W Y G GFlood GFlood GFlood
Flood and Michael Joy shift boss were werebadly werebadly werebadly
badly bruised by flying rock but were werej wereDble wereable
j able ble to leave the 110spitalafter hospital after bavin bavintheir having havingtheir havingtheir
their injuries dressed The ground had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been loosened by dynamite blasts and andthe andtl1 andth
the tl1 fall came without warning warningKILLORAN warningKILLORAN
Vienna larch ek 27 27The The man who whogave whogave whogave
gave his name as James Howard when whenhe whenl1e whenhe
he was arrested in this city last Oc October October October ¬
tober on the charge of robbing a de depositor depositor depositor ¬
positor at a tellers window today ad admittedto admitted admittedto ¬
mittedto mitted to the judge before whom he hewas heas hewas
was as arranged his Identity was Joseph JosephW Josephw
W Killors i the American postoffice postofficeand postofficeand postofficeand
and bank robber robberGAVE rob robberGAVE t tGAVE
Vienna March 27 TFor For nearly two twohours twohours twohours
hours today Emperor Francis Joseph Josephlistened J9sephlistened Josephlistened
listened to the views of the Hungarian Hungarianministers Hungarianministers Hungarianministers
ministers pji pi the question of postpon postponing postponing postponing ¬
ing the elections He also received the theHungarian theHungarian theHungarian
Hungarian premier Baron Fejervary Fejervaryalone FeJelvaJalone Fejervaryalone
alone and had a long conference with withhim wIthhim withhim
him himThe
The emperor reserved his decision decisionORGAgJZjG decisiona decisionORGAtil decisionORGAWG
Irwin Pa larch 27 2 27The The convention convenlioncalled conel1honcalled conventioncalled
called to organize the 10000 miners minersf
ot f the th Irwin field 1i ld was calladto called to order orderJieretoday orderhere orierI
I Jieretoday here todar lAt >
> f
Taking of Testimony Was Concluded ConcludedYesterday ConcludedYesterday ConcludedYesterday
Yesterday With the Evidence Evidenceof
of Joseph Geoghegan GeogheganTHE GeogheganTHE GeogheganTHE
Special to The Herald HeraldWashington HeraldWashington HeraldWashington
Washington D C March 27 2 27After 27Afterthe After Afterthe
the th close of the hearing today in the theSmoot theSmoot theSinoot
Smoot case Chairman Burrows said saidYou saidtYOI saide3ou
tYOI You can say in The Herald that
the Smodt case will be out of the hands handsof handsof handsof
of the elections committee and In Incharge Incharge Incharge
charge of the senate at least by b r April
15 We Ve will hear Mr Carlisle for the theProtestants theprotestants theprotestants
Protestants and Mr Worthington for forSmoot forSmoot forSmoot
Smoot early next week on a day to be beagreed beagreed beagreed
agreed upon by these attorneys and af after after after ¬
ter hearing arguments we should be beready beready beready
ready to submit a report within ten or ortwelve ortwelve ortwelve
twelve days daysThe daysThe daysThe
The hearing today was brief and con consisted consisted consistod ¬
sisted only of the testimony of William WilliamK
K Henry and Joseph Geoghegan and andthe andthe
the submission of affidavits of John JohnHenry JohnHenry j I
Henry Smith and other residents of ofUtah ofUtah ofUtah
Utah disputing various statements statementsmade statementsmade I
made In a prior hearing by Charles M MOwen 11Owen MOwen
Owen and other witnesses Mr Car Carlisle Carlisle ¬
lisle accepted these affidavits and al allowed allowed allowed ¬
lowed them to be filed as evidence after aftereliminating aftereliminating aftereliminating
eliminating a statement made by John JohnHenry JohnHenry JohnHenry
Henry Smith that the testimony of ofProfessor ofProfessor ofProfessor
Professor Wolf was wholly untrue untrueGEOGHEGANS untrueGEOGHEGANS untrueGEOGHEGANS
Control of Business by the Mormon MormonChurchDenied MormonChurch MormonChurch
ChurchDenied ChurchDeniedWashington Church Denied DeniedWashington Den led ledWashington
Washington March 27 rJoseph Joseph Geoghe Geoghegan Geoghegan Geoghegan ¬
gan of Salt Lake City Cft Utah was on the thestand thestand thestsiid
stand today in the proceedings brought broughtbefore br roughtbefore ught ughtbefore
before the senate committe on privileges privilegesand prllegesand pt1vi1egesand
and elections to unseat Senator Reed
Smoot He was examined by A S SVorthington SWorthington
Worthington counsel for Mr Smoot con concerning concernln concerning ¬
cerning cernln the interest of the Mormon Mormonchurch Mormonchurch Mormonchurch
church in sugar su r factories in Utah and andIdaho andIdaho andIdaho
Geoghegans Statement StatementWitness StatementWitness StatementWitness
Witness testified that the church had hadfinanced hadfinanced hadfinanced
financed these concerns before it ap appeared appeared ¬
peared pe red that sugar factories would suc succeed succeed sueceed ¬
ceed but neither the church nor the Mor Mormons 3Iorrnons YorI YorImons ¬
mons control the stock It was shown shownhowever shownhowever i
however that the two largest concerns concernshave concernshave I
have Mormon officers and a majority of ofMormon ofMormon ofMormon
Mormon directors He spoke at length lengthconcerning lengthconcerning lengthconcerning
concerning the active participation of ofchurch ofchurch ofchurch
church officials in business and showed showedthat showedthat showedthat
that Gentiles were in control of a ma majority majorit1 majority ¬
jority of the reputable commercial con concerns concerns concerns ¬
cerns of Salt Lake City CityMade Cit CitMade CityMade
Made Some Omissions OmissionsOH OmissionsOncre
OH Oncre eresff cresffexamination examfn xaTnlnation tion by Mr Mrdeveloped Carlisle If Ifdeveloped J Jdevelopcd
developed that in the list of business businesshouses businesah9U8es businessheuses
houses submitted sugar salt smelting smeltingmining sm smeltingmining lUng lUngmining
mining and electric light interests were wereomitted wereomitted wereomitted
omitted and that many of C these are con controlled controlled controlled ¬
trolled by Mormons though the witness witnessthought witnessthought witnessthought
thought the majority of stock was con controlled controlled controhled ¬
trolled by Gentiles GentilesUnder GentilesUnder GentilesUnder
Under examination by Senator Dubois Duboisthe Duboisthe Duboisthe
the witness admitted that he had a strong strongsuspicion stron stronsuspicion strongsuspicion
suspicion that the sugar trust controlled controlledthe
the sugar factories of Utah and Idaho nho He Hei Hedid Hedid
i did not believe however that Mormons Mormonsowned Mormonsowned lIormonsowned
owned the greater part of the nontrust nontrustcompanies nontrustcompanic nontrustcompanies
companies companiesArguments companiesArguments
Arguments Next Week WeekAfter WeekAlter
After putting in some documentary cvi evidence cvid cvidence ¬
dence d nce Mr 11 Worthington closed and Mr MrCarlisle 111Carlisle MrCarlisle
Carlisle said he had nothing to offer In Inrebuttal inrebuttAl inrebuttal
rebuttal The attorneys said they would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be able to make their arguments next nextweek nextweek nextweek
week beginning be nning on some day to be agreed agreedupon agreedupOn agreediinon
upon between themselves It was agreed agreedthat agreedthat agreedthat
that Mr fr Carlisle should have an hour hourand hourand hourand
and a half in opening Mr Worthington Worthingtonto
to follow with the same length of time timeand timeBnd timesnd
and Mr Ir Carlisle to have an hour in clos closing closing cbsIng ¬
ing ingBIG Ingll1 I IBIG
Insurance Companies Will WillProbably WillProbably WillProbably
Probably Have to Keep Se Securities Securities Securities ¬
curities in England
London March 27 21The The Earl of Gran Granard Granard Granard
ard In behalf of the board of trade re replying replying replying ¬
plying in the house of lords today to the theEarl theEarl theEarl
Earl of Onslow who on March 9 gave no noico notl41o noIce
tl41o Ice of his intention Int ntlon to ask the govern government government government ¬
ment whether in ip view of the disclosures disclosuresmade disclosuresmade disclosuresmade
made regarding certain American insur insurance insurance insurance ¬
ance companies it intended to to compel compelforeign compelforeign compelforeign
foreign companies doing business in Great GreatBritain GreatBritain GreatBritain
Britain to keep In this country a suf sufficient sufficient sufficient ¬
ficient proportion of their securities to tocover tocover tocover
cover the claims of British policy holders holderssaid holderss holderssaid
said s id the government would appoint a se select select seheeL ¬
lect committee to consider the question questionT
T I introducing the subject the Earl of ofr ofO ofO1ow
r O O1ow Jow I TV reviewed the evidence of the i
Armstrong Amstr ng committee from which he heconcluded heconcluded heconcluded
concluded that there was no guarantee guaranteethat guaranteethat guaranteethat
that policy holders might not awake some somemorning somemorning j jmorning
morning to o find that the assets had dis disappeared disaROared disaIaeared
appeared In England Lord Lor Onslow add added added added ¬
ed a quarter of a million people were wereinterested wereinterested wereinterested
interested In the affairs of the American Americaninsurance Americainsurance AmericaninsuranCe
insurance companies and the country countrycould countrJcould countrycould
could not allow that the slightest risk of ofloss ofloss ofloss
loss should exist for those who had In InVested ineeted Ineated
Vested their small savings In insurance insuranceHe
He hoped the government would intro introduce introduce introdues ¬
duce legislation such as had been adopted adoptedelsewhere adoptedelsewhere adoptedelsewhere
elsewhere compelling the companies to todeposit todeposit todeposit
deposit available assets to meet their lia liabilities liabilities habilities ¬
bilities bilitiesDurIng bilitiesDuring i iDuring
During the course of his reply the Earl Earlof Earlof i iof
of Graiiard said that the suggestionof suggestion of a aguarantee aguarantee aguarantee
guarantee to policy holders hol ers on the part partof partof partof
of foreign insurance companies was not notunreasonable notunreasonable notunreasonable
unreasonable The government had hadcarefully hadCBTEfully hadcarefully
carefully considered the matter and had hadI hadconcluded hadconcluded
I concluded that the best way to meet the therequest therequest therequest
request was by the appointment of a se select select solect ¬
lect committee which he hoped he would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be able to move very cry shortly shortlyTHIRSTED shortlya shortlyTHIRSTED shortlyTHIRSTEDFOR
Colorado Citizens Wanted to Hang a aClerical aClerical aClerical
Clerical Beast BeastLajunta BeastLajunla BeastLajunta
Lajunta Colo March 27 2 27Rev Rev W WGourley WGourley v vGourIe
Gourley Connell former pastor of the thePresbyterian thePresb thePresbyterian
Presbyterian Presb rterian church at Lamar who Is Isheld Isheld Isheld
held 6 tor fpr > r trial on a charge of Immoral con conduct conduct conduct ¬
duct and violation of ofthe the age of consent consentwas consentwas consentwas
was safely lodged In jail here today after afterhaving afterhaving afterhavlng I
having been hastily hastiJ removed from La Lamar Lnnu Laniar
mar nu r in order to prevent a lynching lynch 1m Con Coniioli Connell Coniioht
nell left Lamar hurriedly two weeks ago agoHe agoHe agoHe
He was as arrested at Waxahatchie Tex Texand Texand Texand
and was brought back to Lamdr Lam r yester yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
day Several hundred men thronged the thestreets thestreets thestreets
streets threatening threat ing to hang the minister ministerOn minIsterOn
On being arraigned in court Connell Connellwaived ConnoIlwaived Councilwaived
waived examination acknowledging his hisguflt hisgUnt hisguilt
guilt Under heavy guard ho was ro romoved romoved romoved
moved in a wagon to Las AnImas whore whoreho whoreho Vth re rehtJ
ho was wa placed on board b ard a train which whichbrought whichbrought h ch chbrought
brought him to this place
= x
I Smoot Case Nearly Over I
1 1Alleged
Alleged Murderer Taken to Idaho IdahoTown IdahoTown IdahoTown
Town to Substantiate His HisConfession HisConfession HisConfession
Confession of Crime CrimeBoise CrimeBois CrimeBois
Bois Ida March 27 27Steve Steve Adams one oneof oneof oneof
of the men who have confessed regarding regardingtheir regardingtheir regardingtheir
their connection co mecUon with crimes in Colorado Coloradoin
in this state charged against the socalled socalledinner socaIl socalledInner d dinner
inner circle of the Western Federation of ofMiners oflIiners ofMiners
Miners was taken to Pocatello today to todig todig todig
dig up a lot of material designated desibI1 ted as asGreek asGreek asGreek
Greek fire which he claims to have buried buriedthere hurledthere Uried Uriedthere
there late in the summer of 1003 1003Two 1003Two lO3Two
Two Bottles of Stuff StuffDetectives StuffDetectives StuffDetectives
Detectives McParland Detective Thiele Thieleand Thieleand Thieleand
and Governor Gooding were in the party part partAlso
Also Warden Whitney of the penitentiary penitentiaryand
and Traveling Guard Robbins and two twonewspaper twonewspaper twonewspaper
newspaper men Adams in his confession confessionstated confessionstated confessionstated
stated he was sent by Haywood and Moy Moyer l10 l10er
er to Pocatello to intercept a carload of ofnonunion ofnonunion ofnonunion
nonunion men being sent Cnt from the Coeur CoeurdAlenes CoeurdAlenes CoeurdAlenes
dAlenes to Colorado He was directed to tokHl tokill
kill the entire lot and expected to do so sowith sowJth sowith
with the Greek Gre fire This was to be bethrown bethrown bethrown
thrown into the car it was in bottles bottlesThese bottlesThese bottlesThese
These breaking would Immediately en envelope envelope envelope ¬
velope everything with fire that nothing nothingwould nothingwould nothingwould
would extinguish He had two quart bot bottles bottles batties ¬
tles and three small ones onesPlan onesPlan onesPlan
Plan Given Up
The car of nonunion men did not come comethrough comethrough omethrough
through as expected and after waiting a agood agood agood
good while the plan was given up Ad Adams Adams Adaiiis ¬
ams then buried the stuff in an old build building bul1ding building ¬
ing that had been used as a sawmill sawmillpacking sawmIJJpacking sawmillpacking
packing the bottles in a tin can He was wascertain wascertain wascertain
certain he could go to the spot and an un unearth unearth Unearth ¬
earth the cache cacheA
A special to the Statesman from Poca Pocatello Pocatello Pocatehlo ¬
tello states the place Is now used as a astable astable astable
stable and Adams Is digging up the floor floorto floorto floorto
to find the cache One glass stopper has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been found which Adams thinks belongs belongsto
to one of the small bottles He says he hetook hetook hetook
took the stuff to Pocatello In a canvas canvastelescope canvastelescope canvastelescope
telescope and threw it behind the mill millwhen mmwhen millwhen
when he had buried the bottles bottlesOwner bottlesOwner bottlesOwner
Owner Found Telescope TelescopeThe
The owner of the building Is J C Weet Weeter Veetcr
er He remembers finding findln the telescope telescopeexactly telescopeexactly telescopeexactly
exactly where Adams says S1 S he placed it itAdams ftAdams ItAdams
Adams says he buried the stuff In a atrench atrench atrench
trench where a timber had been placed placedthat placedthat placedthat
that had supported the boiler of the mill millPersons millPersons millPersons
Persons familiar with tha place say there therewere therewere therewere
were several of these trenches which were wereleft wereleft wereleft
left open when the timbers were removed removedAdams removodAdams removedAdams
Adams is confident he will find the cache cacheas
as he Is certain it could not have been beendug beendug
dug up by others without having caused causedan
an accident accidentSTEVE accidentSTEVE accidentSTEVE
Statement Given Out by Detective DetectiveWho DetectiveWho DetectiveWho
Who Got Confession ConfessionBoise ConfessionBoise ConfessionBoise
Boise Ida March 27 2 27ohlowing following is the thestatemetn thestatemetn lie liestatemetn
statemetn made by James McParland McParlanddetective McParianddetective IcParlanddetccUc
detective manager respecting that por portion portion portion ¬
tion of the confession of Adams Ad ms cover covering covering covering ¬
ing the alleged plan to kill a lot of non nonunion nonunion nonunion ¬
union miners while they were passing
through throu h Pocatello PocatelloBoise PocateJIoBoise PocatehloBoise
Boise March 26 1906 1006on On Feb 28 28while 28while 28while
while taking down the statement of Ste Stephen Stephen Stephien ¬
phen W V Adams relative to the numerous numerousoutrages numerousoutrages numerousoutrages
outrages and murder committed at the theinstance theinstance thcinstance
instance of the Inner circle of the exccu executive exccuthe exccutive ¬
tive board Qard of the Western Federation of ofMiners ofMiners j
Miners and while talking about certain certainhigh certainhigh certainhigh
high explosives he Informed me that thatGeorge thatGeorge thatGeorge
George A Pettibone made an explosive explosiveknown explosiveknown
as hellfire or Pettibone dope dopethat dopethat
that in his opinion was the most dan dangerous dangerous dangerous ¬
gerous explosive that was made on ac accoutn accoutn accoiltn
coutn of the fact that a fire started by bythis b bthIs bthis
this explosive could not be extingulshec extingulshecby
by b water In other wors a building se seon set seton seson
on fire by b this explosive would be burner burnerto
to the ground regardless of efforts to pu puit puit puIt
it out
How Explosive Was Made MadeTlie MadeUTIte MadeThe I
The explosive explo lve was Us made of stick phps phpspherous ph phpherous phiwpherous
pherous bisulphide of carbon alcohol alcohoContinued alcoholContinued l lContinued
Continued on Page 2
District Attorney Jerome Asks for forWarrants forWarrants forWarrants
Warrants for Insurance Officials OfficialsWho OfficialsWho OfficialsWh
Who Wh Gave Campaign Funds FundsNew FundsXew FundsXew
Xew York March 27 27District District Attorney
Jerome today appeared before Magistrate MagistrateMoss MagistrateMoss MagistrateMoss
Moss in the Tombs police court and ap applied appJfed applied ¬
plied for warrants to be used In testing testingthe testingthe testingthe
the legality of the contribution of insur insurance insurance Insuraiice
ance company funds to political cam campaign campaig campaign ¬
paign committees The name of no per person peron person ¬
son on was mentioned at the time Altec AfteJlistening
listening to Mr Jerome Magistrate Moss Mosssaid Mosssaid loss losssaid
said that before hewould he would Issue any war warrants warrants warrnrants ¬
rants in the matter evidence would have haveto hareto
to be presented that a crime had been beencommitted beencommitted beencommitted
committed To thus establish evidence evidenceMr eidcnceMr
Mr Jerome asked for the issuance of a anumber 4n1mber anumber
number of subpoenas In blank to be used usedin usedin usedin
in John Doe proceedings before the themagistrate thema lie liemagistrate
ma magistrate istrate Late In the day these sub subpoenas suupoonas subpoeilas ¬
poenas were issued It was said at the thedistrict thedistrict thedistrict
district district attorneys office that every effort effortwill effortwlll effortwill
will be made to get the proceedings under underWay underway underway
Way tomorrow All the evidence at the thedisposal thedisposal
disposal of the district attorney it was
statea will be presented to the court and
then It will remain with the magistrate magistrateas
as to whether or not warrants snail be
issued 1 sued
Carrying Out His Plan PlanIn PlanIn PlanIn
In taking this action today Mr lr Jerome
is carrying out the policy no announced
before Justice OSuIhvan OSulhv n In the court of ofspecial oispecial ofspecial
special sessions last Friday when he de deended
fended the opinion opinlonl1C he had previously ren ¬
dered that there had been no crime com committed committed cornmitted ¬
mitted In connection with the campaign campaigncontributions campaigncontributions campaigncontributions
contributions Justice OSulIivan OSul livan ruled
however that if it should be shown there therewas therewas therewas
was an intent to defraud the rightful rightfulowners rightfulowners rightfulowners
owners of the property it was for the thegrand thegrand thegrand
grand jury to say whether or not the case casewas casewas casewas
was one of larceny He so instructed the thegrand thegrand thegrand
grand jury and urged the grand jurors jurorfearlessly
fearlessly to investigate the matter and andnot andnot andnot
not to seek shelter in the face of an un unpleasant unpleasant unpleasant ¬
pleasant duty dutyInvolves dtrt dtrtInvolves dutyInvolves
Involves Cortelyou CortelyouMr
Mr Jerome asked Justice OSulIivan if
he would not sitting as a magistrate is issue 1ssue Issue ¬
sue a warrant for the arrest of George
W v Perkins P rkins former vice president of the
New York Life
Insurance company in inorder Inorder inorder
order that a a writ of habeas corpus might I
be obtained and the matter taken at once onceto oncto onceto
to the highest court Mr Jerome also alsosuggested alsosuggested alsosuggested
suggested that if contributing to cam campaign campaign campaign ¬
paign contributions by officers of insur insurance insurmce Insurance ¬
ance companies constituted larceny the thematter thematter thematter
matter involved Chairman George B Cor Corleryou Cortenou Corteryou
leryou and Treasurer Cornelius N Bliss Blissof Blissof Blissof
of the Republican national campaign com committee cornmittee j
mittee in the matter of receiving rec iving stolen stolengoods stolcngoods stolengoods
goods goodsJustice goodsJustice goodsJustice
Justice OSulIivan declined to act in the thecase thecase thecase
case saying there were plenty of magis magisterial magisterml magistonal ¬
tonal courts before whom the lie matter matterouJd mattercould j
could ouJd be be placed and the warrants secured securedPerkins securedPerkins securedPerkins
Perkins Will Appear AppearBefore AppearBefore AppearBefore
Before Magistrate Moss issued the theblank theblntk theb1atk
blank blntk subpoenas requested by District DistrictAttorney DistrictAttomev DistrictAttorney
Attorney Jerome today he examined Dar DarwTh DarwTn Darwin
win P Kingsley vice president of the New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York Life who appeared before him Ed Edmund i imund
mund D Randolph treasurer and sev several seyeral several ¬
eral employes of the New York Life were wereexamined wereexamined j
examined In the district attorneys office officethis officethis officethis
this afternoon It was said tonight that thatMr thatMr thatMr
Mr Perkins has agreed to appear at the theproceedings theproceedings theproceedings
proceedings tomorrow tomorrowMagistrate tomorrow1Iagistr tomorrowMagistrate
Magistrate 1Iagistr te Moss said concerning he hematter hematter hematter
matter matterMr matterMr matterMr
Mr Jerome came me to me and asked for fort forwarrant
i warrant or warrants for several per persons per30n8 perions ¬
sons and I told him very frankly that If Ifi
1 i crime > had been committed he wouldtyC wouldhave would wouldhave
have tyC to tell me about It I told him jn jntny Inmy jnmy
my judgment ju < rment that could be best done by
depositions and he agreed agr d to submit them themto
to me The names of no n person or per pcrorig perSons
sons orig were mentionedat menUoae at the time timeIt timcJt timeIt
It was learned today t todaythatthe da that the grand gran jury jurvlas junr18S juryaz
las az not asked ask rl District Attorney At torn e Jerome JeromeQr Jeromehr
Qr 01 any mora m r evidence n the insurance insurancejases lnsurancS insurancjiises
jases jiises S beyond be ond what he lad already alr ady fur furnished ¬
nished the jury several days d s ago
G J 3 S Abels of Ogden Likely to toBring toBring toBring
Bring Action Against AgainstIdormon Aga AgainstMormon nst nstMonnon
Mormon Church ChurchI ChUlchSpecial ChurchSpeciai
I Special to The Herald HeraldOgden HeraldOgden HeraldOgden
Ogden March 27 iG G J S Abels an ab abstractor abstractor abstractor ¬
stractor of f titles has demanded of the theMormon theIormoll theforrnon
Mormon church authorities remuneration remunerationfor
for alleged losses caused by his having havingbeen havingbeen havingbeen
been sent twice on a mission to Holland HollandFrom HoHandFrom HollandFrom
From what can be learned it appears appearsthat appearsthat appearsthat
that Abels who formerly conducted a col collection collection callection ¬
lection agency here disposed of his busi business business business ¬
ness when he was called on a mission missionSome mIssionSome missionSome
Some time after he returned he was again againcalled agaIncalled againcalled
called and went on a second mission to toHolland toHoland toHolland
Holland When he was called the second secondtime secondlime secondtime
time he was aspiring to election to the thelower the10wer thelower
lower house of the legislature He be believes beIieovcs believes ¬
lieves he was sent on a a mission for the thepurpose thep thepurpose
purpose p rpose of getting him out of the way waypolitically wa wapollticallo waypoihically
politically politicallySince pollticalloSince poihicallySince
Since his last return he has been en engaged engaged engaged ¬
gaged In various pursuits and it Is as asserted asserted asserted ¬
serted heclaims he claims he has not been taken takencare takencarE takencare
care of < f properly prop rb Some om time ago he made
a claim against me church covering his hisalleged illsalleged hisalleged
alleged losses Since that time consid considerable considerable considcrabie ¬
erable correspondence correspond en co has passed on the thesubject thesubjectwfth thesubject
subject subjectwfth with the result that the case will willbo wilLbe willbe
be disposed of by a a bishops court which whichmay whichmay whichmay
j may straighten out the difficulty It is isstated isstated isstated
stated that this mode of procedure is not notentirely notentirely notentirely
entirely satisfactory to Mr Abels who whofeels whofeels whofeels
feels that he will iII not receive justice justiceWhen justiceWhen justiceWhen
When seen yesterday afternoon Mr MrAbels MrAbels fr frAbels
i Abels refused positively to say anything
for publication but admitted that he was washaving washaying waahaving
having some trouble over the matter matterMr matterMr matterMr
Mr Shurtliff Evasive EvasiveL
L W v Shurtliff of the stake presidency presidencystated presidencystated presidencystated
stated last evening that he was not cer certain certaIn ocrtam ¬
tain tam as to what stage the case had hadreached hadreached hadreached
reached He said that the bishops court courtwas courtwas courtwas
was open to Mr Abels if he desired to topursue topursue topursue
pursue that course courseHe courseHe courseHe
He referred further questions to Stake StakeClerk StakeClerk StakeClerk
Clerk John V Bluth who said that as asyet asyet asyet
yet the matter was not far enough ad advanced advanced advanced ¬
vanced to be given to the public and that thathis thathis thathis
his intentions were to write Mr Abels Abelsand Abelsand Abelsand
and advise him of the proper course of ofaction ofaction ofaction
action If he had any grievance against againstany againstany againstany
any of the presidency He stated that the thecorrespondence thecorrespondence thecorrespondence
correspondence which had Im passed passe be between between between ¬
tween Mr Abels and the officials of the thechurch thechurch thechurch
church Is entirely of a private nature He Hethen Hethen IXethen
then explained that it was n not compul compulsory compulsory compulsrn ¬
sory srn for a member of the church to go gom goill 0 0nn
m a mission when caned and that if the thefacts thefacts thefacts
facts as given Iven above were true that he hecould hecould hecould
could readily have secured his release It Itis Itis ItIs
is expected that Mr Abels will follow followalong followalong followalong
along the lines Indicated ard the case will willbe wIiIbe willbe
be carried to the civil courts providing he hedees hecEs hedccs
dees cEs not get satisfaction from the church churchDISCHARGED churchDISCHARGED churchDISCHARGED
Honolulu March 27rThe body of Samuel Sam Samuel Samucl ¬
uel Neill of Butte Mont a discharged dischargedBailor dischargedlJor dischargedrrilor
Bailor lJor of the battleship Oregon was found foundfloating foundfloating foundflOating
floating in the harbor today An autopsy
disclosed that he had been drowned drownedThere drownedThere drownedThere
There wore w r no signs of foul play Neill Neillwas NcIllwas Nclllwas
was regularly discharged while the Ore Oregon Oresn Oregn ¬
gon was in this pprt pprtGIVEN pprtGIVEN pprtGIVEN
New York March 27 2 27Robert Robert H HSpriggs HSprIggs HSpriggu
Spriggs the negro recently convicted ofabduction of bfabduction t tabduction
abduction In detaining white women womenagainst womenagainst womenagainst
against their will in a resort frequented frequentedonly frequentedonly frequentedonly
only by b negroes today was sentenced s to totwenty totwenty totwenty
twenty years In state prison Sallie Bon Bonnett Bonnett Bonnett
nett who assisted Spriggs in conducting
the resort and who pleaded guilty guiJt guiltyto to ab abduction abductionr abduction ¬
duction was sentenced to tenyears ten years in instate Instate instate
state orison orisonNOTED nrisonNOTED prisonNOTED
f + East Liverpool 0 March 27 27Dan 27Daniel Dan 4
4 iel F Spiers a wellknown exslave exslavewho 4 4who
4 who purchased his freedom In 1851 18514r 1851for + 4 4for
4r ± for 1500 600 died today toda aged 103 years years4I ears earst +
+ + t t + t + 4I t t + t f + t + t + t 44 t t + t + + + f t + t + t f
Miners and Operators Looked at Each EachOther EachOther EachOther
Other for Ten Minutes With Without flith flithout ith ithout
out Saying a WordNO WordNO Word WordNO
TODAY TODAYIndianapolis TODAYlndlanapoU TODAYLidianapohi
Indianapolis Ind March 27 iTho The Joint Jointscale joIntscale JoIstscale
scale committee of the bituminous coal conloperators coaloperators coaloperators
operators of Illinois Indiana Ohio and andwestern w1dwestern andwestern
western Pqnnsylvania P nnslvania today reported a adisagreement adisagreement adisagreement
disagreement to the joint conference of ofthe orthe oflie
the lie central competitive district and after aftera aft < r ra
a session of three hours tho th lie conference conferenceadjourned conferenceadjourned conferenceadjourned
adjourned to meet tomorrow morning at
9 l oclock oclockThe ocloclThe oclockThe
The discussions and nd arguments present presented presente ¬
ed e during the afternoon by b the represent representatives reprCtientathcs representatlves ¬
atives or the lie miners and operators showed showedno
no change whatever in the situation and
indicated that the opposing sides arc no nonearer nonearer nonearer
nearer a wage agreement than they were
iri h January JanuaI when the lie first conference was
held The present wage wagcSC wagrscaievhll scaI6 l will ex expire expire expire ¬
pire on Saturday and nd unless an agree agreement ugreemJlt agreemerit ¬
merit Is reached before its expiration
223000 miners miners In the four states sla tes will m be becalled becailed becalled
called from the mines minesSilence minesSilence minesSilence
Silence Broken by Mitchell MitchellPresident Mitchel1President MitchellPresident
President Mitchell of the miners opened openedthe openedthe openedthe
the discussion in the joint conference aft after after aftor ¬
er there had been a silence of ten minutes
during which each side was waiting for forthe forthe forthe
the other to make the first move In a
brief speech he said it had been his ex expectatlon CXpectation erpectatiozi
pectatlon that some proposition looking
to an adjustment of the th differences would
be submitted by the operators at the aft afternoon afternoon afternoon
ernoon session but it was evident that Uiatthey Utatthe thatthey
they the had not been able to agree among
themselves The miners of the joint con conference conference conference ¬
ference he said had even exceeded their theirpowers theirPOWers theirpowers
powers to meet the grave responsibility responsibilityplaced responsIblIltyp1aced responsthihityplaced
placed upon them Unot not only onl as miners minersbut mnersbut nnershut
but as countrymen and citizens by the therequest therequest therequest
request and an the suggestions of the presi president prcident president ¬
dent of our country countryScale countryScale ountr ountrScale
Scale of 1903 Offered OfferedMr
Mr 11 Mitchell then offered for the con consideration consideration consideration ¬
sideration of the convention that a mo motion motion motion ¬
tion as a basis of settlement there be a arestoration arestoration arestoration
restoration of the scale the mining n ning scale scaleand scaleand scaleand
and the day wage scale and the dead deadwork deadwork deadwork
work scale of 1908 1908J 900 900J
J H Winder chairman of the opera operators operat015 operators ¬
tors offered offVed as a substitute motion to toadopt toadopt toadopt
adopt theypresent th prEsent scale with all conditions conditionsexisting conditionscxi conditionsexisting
existing cxi tfn at the time of its adoption wit witfhe with withthe witthe
the mining rate at Danville Ill IlL for a abois a abMis abaais
bois and to Include all cost of shooting
loading timbering and inspection of ofshots ofshots ofshots
shots shotsNumerous shotsNumerous shotsNumerous
Numerous speeches were made and ad adjournment adjournment adjournmeflt ¬
journment was taken until tomorrow tomorrowmorning tomorrowmorning tomorrowmorning
morning without a vote on any proposi proposition propositiun ¬
Additional Warrants issued Iss edfor edforAlleged for forAlleged forAlleged
Alleged Wreckers W reekers of Enter Enterprise Enterprise Enterprise ¬
prise Bank BankPittstmrg BankP1ttburg I
Pittstmrg Pa PaMarch March 27 2iIn In the face of ofdenials ofdenials ofdenials
denials of government officials tonight it itwas itwas Itwas
was learned that warrants have been is issued issued issued ¬
sued for four other persons In connection connectionwith connectionUll connectionwith
with Ull the collapse of the Enterprise Na National National Nalanai ¬
tional bank last October These are in ad addition addition addition ¬
dition to the six persons now under ar arrest arrest arrest ¬
rest five of whom were arrested yester yesterday yesterday ester esterda ¬
day da and the sLth former Paying Teller TellerThomas TeIlerThomas TellerThomas
Thomas W Harvey Harve who surrendered surrenderedhimself surrenderedhimself surrenderedhimself
himself today toda The federal officials de declare declare dedare ¬
clare dare that the five arrests made yesterday yesterdayand yesterdayanti yesterdayan
and an l one today tod < ty concludes the criminal pro proceedings proceedings proceedings ¬
ceedings for the present but it was waslearned waslearned waslearned
learned from another source that the offi officials officials offidais ¬
cials will not admit the existence of the theother theother theother
other four warrants until they have been beenserved beensencd beenserved
served servedThese sencdThpse served1hiese
These warrants will be served in in the theImmediate theimmediate theimmediate
Immediate future it is asserted United UnitedStates UnitedStatcs UnitedStates
States Marshal Stephen P Stone left the thecity thecity thecity
city this morning and it was said that thathe thathe thatlie
he may return with other prisoners or orbrlnsr orbring orbring
bring knowledge of the whereabouts nf of
those who are wanted wantedThe wantedT1e wantedThe
The Mosey lIoxe investigation is by b no means meansover meansover meansover
over and before it closes some astounding astoundingexposures astoundingexposures astoundingexposures
exposures are expected expectedCOMMITTEE cpectedCOMMITTEE expectedCOMMITTEE
Indian Bill Will Carry 600000 for forIrrigation forIrrigation forIrrigation
Irrigation of Poor Los Lands LandsSpecial LandsSpecial LandsSpecial
Special io o The Herald HeraldWashington HeraldVashinston HeraldWashiflgton
Washington March 27 27The The Indian com committee commi cornmittee ¬
mittee mi ttee of the senate today agreed upon uponan uponan uponan
an amendment to the Indian appropria appropriation ¬
tion bill appropriating 600003 600 for con constructing constructing constructing ¬
structing and completing irrigation sys systems 5Sterns systems ¬
tems to irrigate the allotted lands of the theUncompahgre theUncompahgre theUncompahgre
Uncompahgre Uintah and White River RiverUtes RiverUtes RiverUtes
Utes in Utah with provisions submitted
by Senator Sutherland as follows followsThat foHowsThat followsThat
That such irrigation systems s stems shall be beconstructed beconstructed beconstructed
constructed completed held operated operatedand operatedmId operatedand
and water wat < > r theroor therc appropriated under the
laws of Utah That ditches and canals canalsof canalsof
of such Irrigation systems may be ex extended extended extended ¬
tended used or enlarged under and upon uponcompliance uponcompliance uponcompliance
compliance with the laws of Utah UtahAnd UtuhAnd UtahAnd
And that when said sai Irrigation systems systemsare systemsare
are In successful operation all cost < ost of op operating operating opcrating ¬
erating the tJ e same same shall be equitably appor ¬
tioned upon the lands Irrigated Irri ted and when whenthE whenthe
the Indians have become selfsupporting
to to the annual charge jhall J nJI be added an anamount anamount anamount
amount sufficient sufftci nt to pay paybark back into the thetreasury thetreasury thetreasury
treasury the cost of work within thirty thirtyyears thirtyyears
years suitable deduction being bein made for foramounts foramounts foramounts
amounts received receh d from the disposal of
land within the former Uintah reserva reservation ¬
tion tionWANTS tionWANTS tionWANTS
Chief Sheets May Try to Displace DisplaceVeteran DisplaceVeteran DisplaceVeteran
Veteran of Department DepartmentIt
It I is rumored in city admniistraUon admniistraUoncircles admniistratfoncircle5 admniistrationcircles
circles that Chief of Police George A ASheets ASheets ASheets
Sheets will father an ordinance abol abolishing abolIshing abelishing ¬
ishing the office of captain of police in inorder inorder inorder
order to bring about the removal of ofCaptain ofCaptain ofCaptain
Captain J B Burbidge a veteran of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the police department departmentIt
It is known that several American Americancouncilmen Americancouncilmen 1 1councilmen
councilmen are opposed o > 1osed either to re removing removing removing ¬
moving Captain Burbidge directly or orabolishing orabolishing orabolishing
abolishing his office in order to remove removehim removellim removehiin
him indirectly They have expressed expressedtheir expressedtheir expressedtheir
their opposition every time Chief Sheets Sheetsany Sheetsand Sheetsand
and his coterie have brought forward forwardany I
any proposition looking to the disi disiplacement dis displacement dlsplacement
placement of the veteran et ran police official officialand officialand j jand
and before such an ordinance goes goesthrough gOC5through goesthrough
through it will have a rocky road to totravel totravel totravel
travel Several councilmen said last lastevening lastevening i ievening
evening that as yet they had not notheard notheardof heard heardof heardof
of any ny scheme to remove Captain Bur Burbidge Burbidge Burbidge ¬
bidge i
PublioSpirited Residents of Salt SaltLake SaltLake
Lake Form Civic Improve Improvement Improvement Improvement ¬
ment League LeagueHERALD LeagueHERALD
H + t +
4 For the purpose of encouraging the 4 4t +
+ + work or beautifying Salt Lake City +
+ t The Herald will offer a series of + 4 f
4 f prizes Tlie details of the offer will 4 4
4 4 be announced anl1 unced a 88 soon as they Ule can br b barranged 4 4
4 + arranged by conference with the offl officials 4
4 + cials of the new Civic Improvement t 4
+ 4 league leaguct 4
+ t + + + t t + t 4 t + I t + t J + + + t f + + + + + j jiSith i 1t + + + + t + 4 + f fWith t tVfth +
With enthusiasm showing a sincere b blief blief lilief
lief in the purposes purpo cs of the organization by byan h han liyan
an audience which tilled Ut u Y M I C C A Aauditorium Aaudiwrium
auditorium the Salt Lake Civic Improve ¬
ment league was fornlttUy forn1 ushered fnt fntexistence nto nt ntexistence
existence test ulgfal A AcOn constitution UlulicJI cm m
bodying th the purposes and andprluelplsof principles of Hi t II
league lea ue was adopted a opted and offiCer wer w rll rlleJ
elected eJ ted with Frank B Stephens as prep pre ¬
ident heading the list During the latle latlepart laUepart latiepart
part of the meeting application aPIJII tlon blank bianksfor
for membership were circulated and andcharter i icharter 1 1charter
charter membership of SO at was obtained obtaln L
To make Salt Lake more beautiful b bft H
ter morally and withal a city of which
her citizens may proudly boast and to towhich tllwhich t
which others may come knowing that > f
beautiful sight si ht will greet their eyes cy Jr i <
thepurpose the purpose of the newlyformed league IcagJtOl
More Ol paved streets better highways and
driveways beautiful lawns and yards ard8 and
residences re idcnces finer school buildings and a
thousand other civic improvements ai aisome aisome A Asome
some of the aims of the organization
Men len women and children no matter matt r of ofwhat orwhat ofwhat
what age color or creed are to bp bf ad admltted ¬
mitted to the society socIet AH A II that will IJI b bA bAnecessary bnecessary
necessary for membership Is a mere pit ¬
tance as annual dues and a true belief in
and desire for a more beautiful city eit
The officers elected last night were wpr
President Frank B Stephens first vice vloepresident vI vIprPRident vicepresident
president Colonel E A Wall second vice vicopresident vicepresident leo leopresident
president Mrs Iu W W V Riter secretary secretar
Oscar L Cox treasurer Mrs frs Simon
Bamberger board of governors Mrs L
M Bailey Baih Mrs Irs C J J Freund Mrs E4
Kimball Mrsr David Keith Mrs E G
Crismon Mrs lrs A V Taylor Mrs Irs C S
Kinney Miss Anna Cannon Judge E F
Colborn M L H Walker Judge O W Y
Powers Judge W H King Dr T B
Beatty O H II Hewlett C A QuIgley R
L Pritchard O H Christensen H W
Lawrence J T Harris and a d Thomas Weir WeirPowers WeirPowers eir eirPowers
Powers Outlines Purpose PurposeIn Purposeun
un In opening the meeting Judge O W
Powers who presided during the early
part of the evening toW of mo meet t ef th thft thftplans thftplans
plans and P purpose of the leaeu l ue u he
saw aw them tie sai in part partThe
I The Th formation of the Cfvte Imfin Im1Irow Im1Irowmcnt IinrOvemerit > vr vrmcnt
mcnt league marks the beginning of a
new era in the history histor of Salt Lake It
means that beginning be innlng tonight and con ¬
tinuing to the th end of history hiatol there will
b be in this city an organization working workln
for a beautiful city It means that hence ¬
forth Salt Lake will work to disclaim disclaimownership dIsclaimonership disclaimownership
ownership of the title the dirtiest and andmuddiest andmuddiest andmuddiest
muddiest city in the winter and the dir ¬
tiest and dustiest city In the summer
The gathering which is before me to tonight t1night tinight ¬
night speaks louder than all the oratory
in the world the truth of my words In Inclement I Iclement Inclement ¬
clement as the weather is there are hun ¬
dreds who are heart and soul In this thismovement thismovement thismovement
movement and those hurdreds have at attested attested attested ¬
tested their loyalty 10tlt by b t appearing her herto hrto here hereto
to ratify the action of the committees committeeswho committeeswho > g gwho
who have drawn up the purposes of th thorganization the theorganization < v vorganization
organization in the form of a constitution constitutionand
and have decided upon the names of men menand menand menand
and women who are to act as the goven ¬
ing officers of the league leagueThere leagueThere leagueThere
There is plenty of need of civic Im Improvement improvement liiiprovement ¬
provement here in Salt Lake One needs needsbut needsbut
but to go about the city eft and see the mis miserably miserably miserably ¬
erably kept lawns the dirty streets the therefuse therefuse therefuse
refuse lying about all over town to n to b bconvinced bq bqconvinced beconvinced
convinced of this thisThe thisThe titleThe
The citizens of Salt Lake have beenj been beenin
in times past too slack in their allegiance allegianceto 1
to the city They have paid too much muchattention muchattMttion muchattention
attention to a few things which make lit littie 1IttIe littie
tie or no impression on the outside world worldand wor1dand worldand
and have neglected to make their city U UbeauUful
beautiful the one thing thin which gives th thstranger the thestrangtr i istran
stranger stran r his criterion to measure the lie city
by b
Nature Has Been Bountiful BountifulNature BountifulNature BountifulNature
Nature has been good to totld5eJt thisdtjfrShe lids et She
has placed around us certain baautiful baautifulphysical b8 bewitifuliihyslcal utlful utlfulphysical
physical features the like of which can cannot cannot cannot ¬
not be found in any 1n other place in the theworld theworld 4 4world
world We have failed to help h lp out Xa Xature 18ture Nature
ture W We Ve have allowed her to do all th the thework j
work We Ve have as it were w re rested on our ouroars ouroars ouroars
oars We Ve direct the strangers attention attentionto
to the natural beauties for we cannot call callhim callhim an anhim
him to look upon anything of importance importancewe
we have done in the way of ofmaking making Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake the City Beautiful We need now nowto nowto nowto
to fexert the hand of industry put our ourselves ourselves ourselves ¬
selves to the task and work upon these thosnatural tho8ftnatural thesenatural
natural beauties and we shall have hero hernthe herothe herethe
the most beautiful city not only in the thewest thewest thewest
west but in the whole United States StatesCleanliness StatesCleanliness StatesCleanliness
Cleanliness is next to godliness so it itIs itis itIs
Is said If we want to be truly godly godi we weshould wehould weihould
should endeavor to become cleanly cleanJ cleanJWhere cleauhWhere
Where a city Is clean there It is hard hardto hardto hardto
to find any great immorality If for nv nvother nfother nf nnother
other purpose than to lessen crime and aavJimmorality 811immorality andimmorality
immorality the citizens of Salt Lake Lakeshould Lakeshould Lakeshould
should foter and aid this movement movementTo movementuTo
uTo To accomplish much in the way or ofcivic orch orcivic
civic ch c improvement it will Wili be necessary to toteach tf tfteach toteach
teach the people Thereis Ther is no better way wayto W8 W8to wayto
to begin than by educating educati g the child I Ihave rhave 1have
have read the constitution and I am ampleased amleIlsed ampleased
pleased leIlsed to note that children no matter matterwhat matterwhat matterwhat
what the th age will be admitted to mem membership membership meinbersiilp ¬
bership fa the league Begin B n with the thechild thochild thechild
child and tralu him to believe in the thobeauty thebeauty v
beauty of the city Teach the older ones onesas ODe ODeas onesas
as best you can The results r uIts will soon sooncom sooncome sooncome
come Order Ord r is heavens first law Teach Teachthe Teachthe Teachthe
the child and the man order and clean cleanliness cleanliness cleanIlness ¬
liness and you ou have begun the real the thelasting thelasting thelasting
lasting education the godly principles principlesIt
It will be the purposo of this organiza organization orl8Jllzatton organization ¬
tion to rear beautiful homes and keep keepthem keepthem
them such pave pa ve the streets and keep keepthem keepthem keepthem
them clean In a word make Salt Lake Lakebeautiful Lakebeautiful Lakebeautiful
beautiful generally There are r thousands thousandsof
of ways of accomplishing this purpose It Itremains Itremains Itremains
remains for the fh league to strike upon one onepljut oneplJ1 onepln
pljut and never change from that plan and andpurpose andJurpOlle andpurpose
purpose until success has crowned Its ef efforts cfforts efforts ¬
Benefits Are Practical PracticalTlie PracticaluThe PracticalThe
The benefits will be more than can be bemeasured bemeasured bemeasured
measured now if Salt Lake is made a abeautiful abeautiful abeautifui
beautiful city Real estate would go up
in price The city cit would be freer from fromcrime fromcrime frontcrime
crime and the citizens taken all in all allwould allwould allwould
would be better satisfied and happier happierWe h happierWe ppler ppleri
We i hear a great deal these days about aboutseeing aboutseetn aboutseeing
seeing seetn America first Salt 1t Lake Is th thhomeof the thehome thehome
homeof home of the Idea It seems secrps to me that It Itwould Itwould itwould
would be a pretty prett good idea to get Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake ready read to receive those who want to tosee tosee tosee
see America first bv cleaning up the thetown thetown thetown
town and by b beautifying in every man manner manner mannor ¬
ner this city Prepare a place worthy of ofbeing ofbeing ofbeing
being seen before you ask the tourist to toview toview toview
view the beauties of Salt LLake LLakeI
1 should like to o see this tlll league take up upthe upthe
the project of building a speedway from fromhere fromhere fronthere
here to Saltair for forthe the use of automobiles automobilesThis automobilesThis automobilesThis
This could bo a toll road if necessary necessaryContinued nece necessaryContinued sary saryContinued
Continued on Rage 5 5t
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