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2 THE SALT LAKE HERALD WEDNESDAY VED SDAY MARCH 28 1906
MISSOURI Will WillGET VILLGET
GET THE THERECORD THERECORDTaking RECORD
I ITaking
Taking of Testimonyin TetiniOny estim nyin lit New ew York Yorkin rorkin
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in in the Ouster Suit s Con Concluded coneluded Coneluded ¬
eluded Yesterday YesterdayJOHN Y sterd sterdJOHN sterdJOHND
JOHN JOHND D ESCAPED HADLEY HADLEYtJEFENSE HADLEYDEFENSE HADLEYbEFENSE
DEFENSE MADE CHARGES OF OFSENSATIONALISM OFSENSATIONALISM OFSENSATIONALISM
SENSATIONALISM SENSATIONALISMNew
New w York March Mar h 27 27The The taking of oftestimony oftestimony oftestimony
testimony in this city in the proceedings proceedingsbrought proceedingsbrought s sbrought
brought by b the state of Missouri Ils ourl to oust oustfrom OUlltfrom oustfrom
from from the commonwealth the Standard Oil Oilcompany 011Company OilCompany
company of Indiana the WatersPierce WatersPierceOil
Oil m company ond the Republic OH com company company cornpany ¬
pany on the ground that they constitute constituteu
u combination in restraint of trade was wasended wasnded wasendcd
ended today Attorney Attorncy General Hadley Hadleyof Hadle Hadleot ladleyof
of Missouri who has been present dur during durtng durIng ¬
ing the most of the time since the local localdays localInquest localinquest
Inquest began annoUBCed that with to todays todays
days adjournment the New York pro proceedings proeedings proceedings ¬
ceedings < were ere ended He Instructed Com Commissioner Commisslonel CornnIsioner ¬
missioner Sanborn before whom the wit witnesses witnsses witflosses ¬
nesses testified to sent a certified copy copyof cop copof copyof
of the testimony to the supreme court of ofMissouri ofIissourl ofMissouri
Missouri where it will become a part of ofthe ofthp ofthe
the record In the states case caseMade caseMade caseMade
Made Part of Record RecordFraetlcally RecordPrattIc RecordPractically
Practically PrattIc lJY the last movement made in inthe Inthp Inthe
the case was as to Introduce testimony testimonyshowing testImonshowIng testimonyshowing
showing the difficulties under which most mostof mostof mostof
of the witnesses witn s who are In any an way con connected connetEd conTiected ¬
nected with the Standard Oil company companywere companyere companywere
were ere served He put in the record the thefact thetact thetact
tact that every effort had been made madeto madeto madeIn
to secure the testimony of John J hn D Rock Rockefeller Rockfeller Rockefeller ¬
efeller butnone had succeeded He had hadcopies hadQple hadcopies
copies Qple of letters written to attorneys of ofthe of1hA ofthr
the Standard Oil company requesting requestingthat
that officers of the company accept ser aervfre serirkf service
vice The request requ st applied to John ohn D DRorkefeller DRorkefeller DBorkefeller
Rorkefeller along with several others othersSold othersSold othersSold
Sold Stories to the Press PressDuring PressDuring PressPuring
During the examination of the subpoena subpoenaserver subpoenafHrver subpoena6rver
server counsel for the defendant com companies comlI8nieS cornpanics ¬
panics brought out that the man had re received received reelved ¬
ceived money from newspapers for stories storiesof
of his experiences in trying to serve servesomr serveBorn servesom
Born of the Standard Oil men Counsel Counseldeclared Counseldeclared Counseldcclared
declared these facts were brought out to toshow toshow toshow
show there has been a lot ot of grandstand grandstandirg
irg and advertising about this and a lot lotof lotOf lotf
of f sensationalism sensationalismThe
The only sensationalism there has hasbeen has1wen hasbern
been in this case has been the sensa sensational sensatIonal sensatinnal ¬
tional attempts of these witnesses to toe toadf toeade
e eade ade service of subpoenas replied At Att Attrrney t ttnrnt
t tnrnt trrney > rney General Hadley HadleyBRUTAL Hadl HadlBRU HadlevBRUTAL >
BRUTAL BRU AL HUSBAND SHOT SHOTBY SHOTBY SHOTBY
BY HIS BETTER HALF HALFSpokane HALF8pokane HALFt5pohane
Spokane March 27AcUng 27 Acting Mayor MayorC c L LBaruth IL ILBaruth L LBaruth >
Baruth of Medical Lake Wash is in adangerous adangerous a adangerous
dangerous condition at his home in thatttlwn thatttwn that thattown
town having two bullets In his bodyplaced bodyplaeed body bodyplaced
placed there by his wife Following afamily afamily a afamily
family quarrel It is claimed he chasedl1r chasedhr chased chasedhfr
hfr from the house with a poker threatening threatening threat threatening ¬
ening to kill her Entering the house byanother byanrther by byanother
another door she got a revolver andh andwhen and andwhen
when h > n he attacked her again she shotbim shothim shot shothim
him twice No attempt was made to arrest arrest ar arrest ¬
rest her and she gave herself up thismornIng thisxnnrning this thismorning
morning Public s sympathy mpath is agaInstBaruth againstBaruth against againstBaruth
Baruth who will probably recoverHeadaches recoverHeadaches recover recoverHeadaches
Headaches and Neuralgia From Colds ColdsLaxative ColdsLaxatlve ColdsLaxative
Laxative Bromo Quinine the world worldvile worldwi worldwi
wi vile Ie Cold and Grip remedy removes removesthe removesthe removesthe
the cause Call for the full name and andlook and10Jk and1ok
look for signature of E W Grove 2ic 2icMERE 2icM 2cMERE
MERE M ERE MATTER OF MONEY MONEYParis MONEYParis MONEYParis
Paris March 27 TThe The adjourned hear hearIrg hearl1g hearlrg
Irg of the Castellane divorce proceedings proceedingsee proceedingsEOE
ee set for March 31 has been postponed until untilApril untilApril untilApril
April 28 2 owing to the absence of Countess CountessAnna CountessAnna
Anna at Biarritz and to the fact that thatfount thatCount thatCnimt I
fount Bonl is engaged in a political cam campaign camp campBgn ¬
paign paignThe p pBgnThe < < ign ignThe
The delay de1a is really due to the desire desirecf
cf ir the parties to determine on the future futurebusiness futurell futurebusiness
business ll lness and domestic dome tlc phases of the case casefrffore casebforetJlecourt casebIore
frffore bforetJlecourt the court proceeds with the final finalTHE finalJarIn finaljaring
JarIn JarInTHE jaringTHE
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THE 20TH CENTURY LIMITED LIMITEDChicago LIMITEDChicago LIMITEDChicago
Chicago to New York Over Night NightLeaves NightLeaves NightLeaves
Leaves Chicago 220 p m Arrives ArrivesJCeiv Arrivesew
JCeiv ew York Grand Central station 930 930next 930Hxt 930next
next morning Warren J Lynch Pass PassTraffic Pusrnffic PassFrafl1c
Traffic Mgr igr Chicago ChicagoCHAIRMAN ChicagoCHAiRMAN i iIt
It ItCHAIRMAN
CHAIRMAN SHONTS SHONTSWILL SHONTSILL SHUNTSWILLVISIT
WILL WILLVISIT ILL VISIT PANAMA PANAMAVyashington PANAMAV PANAMAwsshingtn
Vyashington V hjngtn March 27 2 7 Chairman ChairmanShonts ChairmanEherts i iShcrts
Shonts of f the Panama canal commission commissionwill
will sail on Friday for the isthmus to in invesJtigate InHstIgate incestlgate
vesJtigate freight conditions there R P PSchwerln PSehwerln I
Schwerln vice president and general man manager managN mansiger ¬
ager of the Pacific Mail Steamship com comj compn cornpr
j > pnyT pn pr fifln Aft 1u11 other ther officials otfici Is of the company companywill companywm companyV1
will sail for Colon on a private yacht and andwill andWill andwil
will meet Mr fr Shonts in the canal zone zoneittid zonea zonemtnd
ittid a d join him In a complete investigation investigationo
If < o < misunderstandings concerning the thehandling thebaJdJing theiadling
handling of freight freIg t delivered in Colon Colontfnr Colontfr Colonr
tfnr r shipment sb pment across aC1osstbe the isthmus on the theyaflwiyto thoaih theais3
yaflwiyto aih ais3 tb Panama for the Pacific Mall Mallcompany Mailcompi1ny Mallcomp
company companySicgels comp compi1nySiegels n nSiegers
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Sicgels Modern dem Clothing House 228 2283o
230 3o Main MainSaIt 71IalnrLake MainSa1tLake
SaIt Sa1tLake Lake Photo Supply Co CoKodaks Coo Coodaks
Kodaks o odaks nks developing Main 3d So
OLD HAY STATE STATEBEGGED STATEBEGGEDBREAD
BEGGED BEGGEDBREAD BEGGEDBREADReceWcd DREAD DREADReceited
Keceited a Stone PrOm the Plopr Ploprleader 1oor 1oorLeader o r rLeader
leader of the Republicans of ofthe
the lower L wer House HouserCOMMENT HouseCOMMENT BouseCOMMENT
COMMENT OF OFMRWILLIAMS OFMRWILLIAMSSPEAKER JlB WILLIAMS WILLIAMSSPEAKER
SPEAKER CANNON REPLIES TO TOMR TOMR 1OMR
MR SHACKLEFORD SHACKLEFORDWashington SHACKLEFORDVashington SHACKLEFORDWashington
Washington March 27 27Rardly Hardly had hadthe hadthe hadthe
the reading of the journal been complet completed ¬
ed in the house today when Mr Littauer LittauerN
N Y Ycalled called up the urgent deficiency deficiencybill deficiencbIll
bill Explaining the provisions pr vlslons of the thebill thebilI thebill
bill he said the first item related to the thethird thethird thethird
third international conference of Amer American American Amerlean ¬
ican states which Is to be held in Rio
dc d Janeiro Jane ro beginning July 21 1906 1906Mr 1906Mr 1906Mr
Mr Williams 1 ilUams of Mississippi called the theattention theaUenUon theattcntIon
attention of the house to two letters letterspassing letterspu letterspsing
passing pu fng between Mr McCall of Massa Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachnsetts ¬
chusetts and Mr Payne of New York Inrelatlon in inrelation inrelation
relation to the tariff which he asked askedmight askedmight askedmight
might be printed In the record recordCommenting recordCommenting recordCommenting
Commenting on these letters Mr Wil Williams Williams WIllama ¬
liams remarked that the historic old state stateof stateof stateof
of Massachusetts lIa sochusetts which has been calling
for a revision of the tariff for years yearshad yearshad yearshad
had gone to the he floor leader of the ma majority majorJty majority ¬
jority asking for bread and he had given givenit
it a stone stoneHe stoneHe stoneHe
He said it was peculiarly appropriate appropriateat
at this time to discuss the tariff question questionbecause questionbecause questionbecause
because of the appropriation asked for forin forin forin
in the bill relative to the congress at atRio atRio atRio
Rio de Janeiro JaneiroDead JaneiroDeacf JaneiroDead
Dead and Forgotten ForgottenThe
The man who wh jnade the fJrgt pan panAmerican panAm panAmerican
American Am rJcan congress cODgrensposslble possible James Jam S G GElaine GBlame GBlame
Blame is dead afad bd forgotten forgotteitby by the Re Republicans Rcpubllcans Republicans ¬
publicans and McKinley is almost for forgotten forgctten forgctten ¬
gctten said Mr Williams and reci reciprocity reciprocity reciprocity ¬
procity is also dead The senate refuses refusesto refus refusto
to pass reciprocal treaties and it Is only onlyat onlyR onlyat
at R the threat of the German emperor to toinaugurate toInaugurate toinaugurate
inaugurate a tariff war ar that reciprocity reciprocitytriumphs reciprocitytriumphs reciprocitytriumphs
triumphs He wanted to know if the thegentleman th thgentleman thgentleman <
gentleman from New York Mr Payne Paynewas Paynewas Paynewas
was going to stand pat on the steel trust trustand trustand trustand
and the armor plate trust and whether whetherthe whetherthe whetherthe
the Republican party was going to stand standpat standpat standpat
pat against the desires of Massachusetts Massachusettsfor
for trade relief reliefMr reliefMr
Mr tIr Payne in replying to Mr Williams WilliamssId WIlUamssrid Williamssaid
sId that the committee on ways wa s and andmeans andmeans andmeans
means was not acting on misinformation misinformationand
and it would continue to act intelligently intelligentlynotwithstanding intelligentlynotwithsandlng intelligentlynotwithstandIng
notwithstanding the strictures of the mi minority minority mlnority ¬
nority leader leaderShacklefords leaderShacklcfords leaderShacklefords
Shacklefords Statement StatementMr
Mr 1r Shackleford Shackl ford of Missouri with withtrembling withtrembling withtrembling
trembling voice then read a prepared preparedstatement preparedstAtement preparedstatement
statement regarding the language he in intended InteLded ¬
teLded to use when taken off the floor floorlast floorlast floorlast
last week by Mr Tawney of Minnesota Minnesotawho Minnesotawho Minnesotawho
who objected to the tenor of his words wordsas
as they the seemed to reflect upon the thespeaker thepenker thespeaker
speaker speakerMr speakerMr penkerfr
Mr fr Shackletord said that the bill in introduced intrtduccd Intreduced ¬
troduced by his rtleague Mr Rhodes Rhodesto
to pension the Missouri volunteers volunteersshould volunteersshould olunteersshould
should pass ooVe We are here hereDeArmond hereDeArmondClark DeAnnond DeAnnondClark
Clark Lloyd Llo d Rucker Hunt Wood WoodShackleford WoodShacklefordall WoodShacklefordall
Shackleford Shacklefordall all ready read and anxious to tovote tovote tovote
vote for the measure Take your our heavy heavyhand heavyh heavyhand
hand h nd off the old soldier Mr Speaker Speakerand Speakerand Speakerand
and let us vote for this bill he said saidAs saidAs saidAs
As he sat down with this utterance still stillrirging stmriTging stillrirging
rirging through the hall Speaker Cannon Cannonrose Cannonrose Cannonrose
rose Republicans gathered in front of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the speakers desk and Democrats crowd crowded crowded crowdccl ¬
ed the aisles The speaker showed deep deepfeeling deepfeeling deepfeeling
feeling as he replied repliedCannons repliedCannons repliedCannons
Cannons Reply ReplyMr
U Mr Ir Chairman just justa a second only I Ihave Ihave Ihave
have listened to the gentleman from Mis Missouri Missouri MIssourl ¬
souri Mr Shackelford If it affords him himany himany himany
any consolation to make me a stalking stalkinghorse stalkinghorse stalkinghorse
horse on account of the quarrel with the theminority theminority theminority
minority leader well and good Ap Applause Applause Applausel ¬
plause plauseMr plauseIr plauselMr
Mr Ir Shackleford with deep feeling re replied repied repied ¬
pied In the midst of the confusion which whichensued whichensued whichensued
ensued owing to the speakers unusual unusualappearance unusualappearance unusualappearance
appearance appearanceI
oor I deny den Mr Ir Speaker that my quarrel quarrelwith quarrelwith quarrelwith
with you has any such foundation foundationMr
Mr Fitzgerald of New York offered an anamendment anamendment anamendment
amendment providing that no part of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the sum appropriated shall be expended expendeduniess expendedun expendedunless
unless un SS the programme for the South SouthAmerican SouthAmerican SouthAmerican
American conference shall contain a pro provision proigion ¬
vision for the discussion of reciprocal reciprocaltrade reciprocaltrkde reciprocaltrade
trade relations between the countries par participating participating parUcipating ¬
ticipating in the conference conferenceMr
Mr lr Fitzgeralds amendment was lost
47 to toJS 9S The bill was then completed and andpassed and8ced andpassed
passed 8ced
Points of Order OrderOn OrderOn
On motion of Mr Tawney the legisla legislative legislative legislative ¬
tive executive and judicial bill was tak taken takn taken ¬
en < > n UP when Mr Ir Prince of Illinois and andMr andIr andMr
Mr Ir Hardwick of Georgia resumed the thetactics thetactics
tactics inaugurated last week by raisins raisinsa raIslnfta
a point of order against every paragraph paragraphin
in which theis thel < J was a departure from ex existing cxIsting ¬
isting law A halfdozen points of order orderwere orderwere orderwere
were made and sustained affecting a ectlng the theofficers theofrican theofficers
officers Of the subtreasuries at New NewYork NewYork
York Philadelphia New Orleans and St StLouis StLouis
Louis When en the Item in relation to the themint them themint
mint m nt at Denver was reached Mr Brooks Brooksof Brooksot
of Colorado offered an amendment rais raising raising misIng ¬
ing the amount of the appropriation to to1MJOfJO to1o00o
150000 Pending its consideration the thecommittee thecommittee thecommittee
committee rOSe rosdThe r rThe rOSeThe
The house at 510 adjourned adjournedSANPETE adjournedSANPETE adjournedSANPETE
SANPETE VALLEY RY RYConference RYrConference RYConference
Conference Service Via Vi the Pioneer PioneerLine PioneerLlnc PioneerLine
Line LineAs LlncI LineAs
As usual the th Sanpete Valley Hall Hallway Railway an anway ¬
I way will operate the fastest fastestsched fastestscheduloo sched scheduled schedtiled ¬
tiled trains for conference con erenceInstant Instant Instantconnection InstantconneotIOIiateP1U
t connection conneotIOIiateP1U at Nephi ee e agents a e s or J JH jH J JH
H Hornung G A Mariti
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THE VERY LATEST LATESTIN
IN FASHIONABLE F ASHIONABLE NEGLIGEE NEGLIGEEUnusually N NEGLIGEESHIRTS BGLIGEE BGLIGEESHIRTS
SHIRTS SHIRTSlJn SHIRTSUnusually
lJn Unusually usu lly handsome designs Made Madein MadeiIn Madeplain
in iIn plain wrhite hi hite e either eith r pleated or orwithout orl orwhhout r rw1ihou
without t figures stripes plain colors colorsetc colorsetc colorsetc
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etc Some for 125 12 5 The best of ofem ofem ofcall
em at 5 This showing eclipses eclipsesall
1 all past efforts orts in in this lineg linegADAMS liI1 liI1i T TRICHARDSON
RICHARDSON i HARDSON ADAMS 1Co 1CoA < Do DoA o oA
A CLOTHES CLOTH ES SHOP FOR MEN MENof MENIfAtth MENtAttheSign
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WOWAN OAN KILLED KILLEDMVICAR KILLEDMVICAR
MVICAR ALONE ALONEOfficers
Officers do Not Believe in inthe the Exist Existence EXistence Eiistence ¬
ence of the Han Miller Ac Accused Accused Accused
cused by Mrs Ledoux LedouxVICTIM LedouxVICTIM LedouxVICTiM
VICTIM FIRST DRUGGED DRUGGEDt DRUGGEDALLEGED QRUGGED QRUGGEDALLEGED DRUGGEDALLEGED
t
ALLEGED MURDERESS IS UNCON UNCONCERNED UNCONCERNED UNCONS UNCONCERNED ¬
CERNED CERNEDStockton CERNEDStoekton CERNEDStockton
S
Stockton Cal March 27 2 27WhIle While the thepublic thepUb thepublIc
public pUb ic is discussing the murder of Al Albert Albert Albert ¬
bert M McVicar McVic in the CaUfornia lodg lodgingliouse 10dgingbouse lodgingIhouse
ingliouse In this city last l t Saturday Saturdaymorning SaturdaymornIng Saturdaymorning
morning Mrs Ledoux the woman who whois whois whois
is in jail here charged with his murder murderis
is apparently unconcerned and indiffer indifferent indifferent indiffercut ¬
ent as to consequences consequencesMrs consequences consequencesMrs
Mrs Ledoux passed a quiet night in inthe inthe inthe
the jail and this morning ate her break breakfast breakfast breakfast ¬
fast with apparent relish Though on onthe onthe onthe
the way to Stockton from Antioch she sheInquired shei sheInquired
Inquired i 1quiredwhether whether she could have an anattorney anattorney anattorney
attorney she has made no attempt to tosecure tosecure tosecure
secure one n since her arrival It is known knownthat knownthat knownthat
that the morning of her arrest she tele telephoned telephoned telcphoned ¬
phoned to Jackson for an attorney but butwas butwas butwas
was unable to reach the man she shesought shesought shesought
sought
Woman Wom n Killed McVicar McVicarIt McVicar McVicarIt
It is pretty generally conceded now nowthat nowthat nowthat
that she accomplished the death of Mc McVicar McVicar McVica ¬
Vicar unaided and alone and District DistrictAttorney DIstrictttorl DistrictAttorney
Attorney ttorl y Norton says he is fully con convinced convInced convin ¬
vinced vin ed of It from all 11 the known kno n cir circumstances cir1Unlstances cireunlstances ¬
cumstances Mr Norton denies that thatthetcrime thatthe thatthecrime
thetcrime the crime on the contrary she has per persistently persistenU persistently ¬
sistently sistenU denied that she was con concerned concerned concerned ¬
cerned In the mans death buthas ad admitted admitted admitted ¬
mitted knowledge of it and says says she as assisted assisted assisted ¬
sisted In putting putting his remains In the thetrunk thetrunk thetrunk
trunk which she purchased As for forJoe forroe forJoe
Joe Miller whom she says was the thechief thechief thechief
chief actor in the terrible tragedy it is isthought Isthought Isthought
thought that there th re is no such man manIt manIt manIt
It is the belief of Mr Norton that thatthe 111atthe thatthe
the woman drugged the man and then thenbeat thenbeat thenbeat
beat him to death He declines how however however however ¬
ever except by inference to give out outanything outanything Outanything
anything of the womans statement statementwhich statementwhich statementwhich
which was made to him at length lengthGrand lengthGrand lengthGrand
Grand Jury Will Wi Be Called CalledIt
It was decided this morning to call callthe caIJthe callthe
the grand jury together and the woman womanwill womanwill womanwill
will unquestionably be Indicted for formurder formurder formurder
murder This means that there will willbe wfllbe willbe
be no preliminary examination examinationThe
The date of the Inquest inquestUpon upon McVi McVicar McVIcar McVicar ¬
car whose body has been viewed by byhundreds byhundreds byhundreds
hundreds of people at the morgue has hasnot hasnot hasnot
not been set as Coroner Southworth Southworthis
is In San Francisco having the stomach stomachtissues stomachtissues stomachtissues
tissues analyzed analyzedA
A telegram received this morning by byChief byChief byChief
Chief of Police Baker of this city from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the chief of police of Cripple Creek CreekColo CreekColo CreekCola
Colo asks for full particulars of the theUCUUI thedeath thedeath
UCUUI death UJ of McVicar H1 J V ILxll ctllU and to LU be UO OUIO sure t tlat tlatthe LllcLk LllcLkthe at atthe
the dead man was McVicar McVicarIt
It Is believed be1i ved by the Stockton chief chiefthat chiefthat chiefthat
that this Information is wanted in con connection connection connection ¬
nection with the shooting some years yearsago yearsago yearsago
ago of a Colorado newspaper newspaper man by bya
a a WellsFargo Wellsrargoman man named Rus Russell zsell el1 A Acard Acard Acard
card was waS found fo rid In McVIcars effects effectswhich effectswhlch effectswhich
which showed that he had been a aWellsFargo aWellsFargo aWellsFargo
WellsFargo agent agentDistrict agentDistrict agentDistrict
District Attorneys Theory TheoryThe TheoryThe TheoryThe
The theory of the district attorney attorneythat attorneythHt attornOythat
that the man was first drugged by her herand herand herand
and then beaten is borne out by the thefinllng thefinling thefiniing
finllng in the womans effects last lastnight lastnight lastnight
night of a small bottle of laudanum laudanumabout laudanumabout laudanumabout
about onethird full The report that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the woman woman made a statement to the theeffect theeffect theeffect
effect that the mythical mythical1IlJ1er Miller had giv given given given ¬
en McVicar carbolic acid Is doubted doubtedThe doubtedThe doubtedThe
The autopsy surgeons are certain that thatno thatno thatno
no carbolic acid was administered administeredThe
The evidences s of carbolic acid pois poisoning poisoning polsoning ¬
oning are unmistakable and It is said saidthat saidthat saidthat
that they were entirely absent Dis District District Dintrict ¬
trict Attorney Norton has refused to topermit toI topermit topermit I
permit any newspaper man to talk with withthe withthe withthe
the woman In the jail In discussing discussinghis
his stand In this regard he said today todayto toda todato
to the Associated Press representative representativeInterview representativeInterview representativeinterview
Interview Not Allowed AllowedI
I feel it my duty to protect the wo woman woman woman ¬
man In every way possible There is isyet iset Isyet
yet et to be a trial and Interviews would wouldserve wouldserVe wouldserve
serve to complicate < matters matt s She has hasnot hasnot hasnot
not as yet et secured an attorney If she shedoes shedoes shedoes
does and he is willing to have her hertalk hertalk hertalk
talk I have nothing whatever to say sayShe sayShe sayShe
She is a study from a criminal stand standpoint standpolnt standpoint ¬
point I never saw an accused person personmore personmore personmore
more cool or unconcerned She talks talksfreely talkstreely talksfreely
freely and answers all questions questionsTouching questionsTouchIng questionsTouching
Touching the crime I will not give giveout giveout giveout
out her statement but I will say that thatshe thatshe thatshe
she admitted having married a man mannamed mann mannamed
named n med William Williams and going to toArizona toArizona toArizona
Arizona either to Globe or Bisbee BisbeeWhile BisbeeWhile BisbeeWhile
While there he died of some disease diseasepeculiar diseasepecu1lar diseasepeculiar
peculiar to miners so she says mi miners miners mlnems ¬
ners consumption I think thinkShe thinkShe thinkShe
She says his life was insured for
10000 and she got the money She Shethen Shethen Shethen
then met McVicar and married him himand himnd himand
and nd he spent the money or invested It Itfor itfor itfor
for her In various ways At least he hegot hegotrid hegot
got gotrid rid of It She lived with McVicar McVicaronly McVlcaronly IcVlcaronly
only a few months when she got a di divolce divoice divoice
voice and married Ledoux who is her herpresent herpresent herpresent
present husband She denies that she sheever sheever sheever
ever married a man named Barrett or orBarry orBarry orBarry
Barry
Identity Is Sure SureAs SureAs SureAs
As for the Identity of the deceased deceasedas
as suggested by the dispatch from the theCripple theCripple theCripple
Cripple Creek chief of police prUi prl Mr Nor Norton Norton Norton ¬
ton says there is no question that the thedead thedead thedead
dead man was Albert N McVicar of ofJameaton ofJamcston ofJamoston
Jameaton at least the man was so soknown soknown soknown
known there for a year or more If he hewent hewent hewent
went under any other oth r name previously previouslyIt
It Is not known here McVIcars repu reputation reputaUon reputatlon ¬
tation at Jamestown was good It Is Isnot Isnot isnot
not thought that he had much mon money monoy muoney ¬
ey Sheriff Sibley who has been In InJackson inTackson inJackson
Jackson during the th past few days In Investigating Investigating Investigating ¬
vestigating the womans connection connectionthere connectionthere connectionthere
there says Ra s that when Mrs Head the thewomans thewomans thewomans
womans mother was informed that thather thather thather
her daughter r was suspected of mur murder murder murder ¬
der she received the information with without without without ¬
out the th slightest show of emotion and andLedoux andLedoux andLedoux
Ledoux the husband seemed undis undisturbed undisturbed undisturbed ¬
turbed He said he knew nothing nothln what whatever whatever whatever ¬
ever about it and Sheriff Sibley Is Issatisfied issatisfied Issatisfied
satisfied that he had nothing to do with withIt
It He said he had expected her home homeany homeany homeany
any day during the past weeki She Shehad Shehad Shehad
had been accustomed to go and come comewhen comewhen comen4ien
when she pleased and he never wor worrid worrid worrid
rid about her He knew nothing of the thefurniture thefurniture thefurniture
furniture which she bought recently recentlyand recentlyand recentlyand
and which at last accounts was on onthe onthe onthe
the road somewhere He had not re received reeehed mecehed ¬
ceived it itHeaiy ItHealy itHealy
Healy Taken to Stockton StocktonDeputy StocktonDepulY StocktonDeputy
Deputy Sheriff Black arrived here this thisafternoon thIsafternoon thisafternoon
afternoon with Joseph Healy who was wasordered wasordered wasordered
ordered brought here from from San Fran Francisco Franfsco Franfsco ¬
fsco that the local officers might ques question questIon questlon ¬
tion him regarding the woman oman As Ashe Ashe Asbe
he has proven a complete alibi It is isnot Isnot Isnot
not expected that anything will willvelop de develop develop ¬
velop from his presence presenceTelegrams presen presenTeIesrams presenceTelegrams
Telegrams were received today by
FIRST REBATE CASE TO BE TRIED UNDER ELKINS LAW LAWGreat LAWGreat AW AWGreat
Great Northern Railway Railwayand and Members of Some Philadelphia PhiladelphiaFirms PhiladelphiaFirms PhiladelphiaFirms
Firms Defending Themselves in the theUnited theUnitedStates theiinitedStates United UnitedStates
States District Court
Philadelphia March 27 ZTThe The first re rebate rebate mebate
bate case to come to trial In this country countryin
in which the defendants are charged with withgiving withgivIng withgiving
giving and accepting rebates in violation violationof
of the Elkins law began today in the theUnited theUrtlted theUnited
United States court here before Judge JudgeHol1and JudgeHolland j
Holland The indictments to be presented presentedto
to the jury are those against the Great GreatNorthern GreatNorthern GreatNorthern
Northern Railway company which com company coinpany j jpany
pany is charged with offering rebates to toR toR toB
R D Wood Co of this city C E ECampbell ECampbell ECampbell
Campbell its local agent L W Lake LakeNew LakeNew LakeNew
New York agent for the Mutual Transit Transitcompany Transitcompany I Icompany
company Walter Stuart George and andRichard andRichard andRichard
Richard Wood members of the firm of R RD RD BD
D Wood Co and Paul J Diver local localagent localagent localagent
agent for the Mutual Transit company companywho companywho companywho
who is t charged with offering a rebate to tothe tothe tothe
the National NaUonalEcsence Essence of Coffee company companyRebate companyRebate companyRebate
Rebate on Iron Pipe PipeThe PipeThe PipeThe
The rebate in the Wood case it is ischarged ischarged ischarged
charged was given on a shipment of 1
300 tons of iron pipe from Florence N J Jand Jand 1 1and
and Camden N J to Winnipeg in Octo October Qctober October ¬
ber 1904 and 200 tons from Emaus Pal to tothe tothe tothe
the same point The published rate was
49 1912 cents per hundred but it is charged chargedthe
the firm obtained a rate of 44 cents The
1300 tons were shipped over the Baltimore BaltimoreOhio BaltimoreOhIo BaltimoreOhio
Ohio to Fairport 0 thence by the theMutual theMutual theMutual
Mutual Transit company across the great
Atlanta Ga March 27 2 27The The memorial memorialexercises memorialetercises memorialexercises
exercises in honor of General Joseph JosephWheeler JosephWheeler JosephWheeler
Wheeler were haldfhere today Represen Representatives Representatives Representatives ¬
tatives of the veterans of the civil war warand warand warand
and the Spanish war in both of which whichGeneral whichGeneral whichGeneral
General Wheeler heeler served united to do dohim dohim dohim
him honor and to speak of his deeds and andcharacter andcharacter andcharacter i
character The parade was not given be because because because ¬
cause of rain rainDaughters rainDaughters rainDaughters
Daughters of General Wheeler were the thehonored thehonored thehonored
honored guests of the day dayGeneral da daGeneral dayGeneral
General Clement A Evans of Georgia Georgiain
in the absence of General Lee command commander ¬
er in chief of the United Confederate ConfederateVeterans ConfederateVeterans ConfederateTeterans i
Veterans spoke of Wheeler a Type of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Southern Soldier and American Cit Citizen Citizen CitIzen ¬
izen He said in part partWheeler partWheeler partWheeler I
Wheeler a Patriot PatriotGeneral PatriotGeneral PatriotGeneral
General Wheeler was a a true type of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the patriotic soldier of our free nation nationwhose nationwhose nationwhose
whose sword is never drawn except at atthe atthe atthe
the call of duty dut and always sheathed sheathedwhen sheathedwhen sheathedwhen I
when that duty has been discharged dischargedI
I submit to the generous thought of ofall ofall ofall
all our countrymen that in the facts of ofChief ofChief ofChief
Chief Baker from two brothers of l the thedeceased thedeceasedA thedeceasedA
deceased deceasedA A Me McVIcar Vicar of Wichita Kan Kanwho Kanwho Kanwho
who asked that the body be held for forhim forhim forhim
him and J E McVicar o of Cripple CrippleCreek CrippleCreek CrippleCreek
Creek Colo Cob who asked for a confirma confirmation confirmation continuation ¬
tion of the news of his untimely death deathDeputy deathDeputy deathDeputy
Deputy Sheriff McCulloch who has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been at Jamestown on the caseA says saysthe saysthe saysthe
the dead man was highly spoken of ofthere ofthere ofthere
there It was learned that several days daysago daysago daysago
ago before Mrs Ledoux came to Stock Stockton Stockton Stocktort ¬
ton with McVicar she burned tip lp about abouteighty abouteighty abouteighty
eighty letters in McVJcars room in the thepresence thepresence thepresence
presence of himself and J T B Schonhoff Schonhoffa
a close friend friendThe friendThe friendThe
The grand jury of this county report reported ¬
ed and was discharged a 3 few days ago agoand agoand agoand
and before Mrs Irs Ledoux can be indicted indictedit
it will be necessary to get a a new body bodytogether bodytogether bodytogether
together which will require several severaldays stivcraldays severaldays
days daysI
I Brother in Colorado ColoradoCripple ColoradoCripple
1 Cripple Creek Cr ek Colo Cob March 27 2 21John 21JohnMcVicar John JohnMcVicar JohnMcVicar
McVicar proprietor of the Cripple CrippleCreek CrippJeCreek CrippleCreek
Creek laundry believes the man mur murdered murdored murdered ¬
dered at Stockton was his brother Al Albert Albert Albert ¬
bert and he has wired Ired the officials of ofStockton ofStockton ofStockton
Stockton for full particulars particularsAlbert partfcl particularsAlbert lars larsA1bert
Albert McVicar during 1S9S99 was wasagent wasagent wasagent
agent for the WellsFargo Express Expresscompany Expresscompany Expresscompany
company in this city He left here hereabout hereabout hereabout
about six years ago and went first to toNew toNew toNew
New Mexico r xico and Arizona Ariz na and then to toCalifornia toCalifornia toCalifornia
California His home was formerly former In InWichita InWichita InWichita
Wichita Kan KanSTEVE KanSTEVE
1 1STEVE
STEVE ADAMS ADAMSIN
ADAMSPOCATELLO
IN POCATELLO POCATELLOContinued POCATELLOContinued POCATELLOContinued
Continued from Page 1 jbenzine 1benzine 1 1benzine
benzine and spirits of turpentine These Theseingredients Theseingredients TheseIngredients
ingredients being properly mixed were wereplacedin wereplacedIn wereplacecLin
placedin bottles with glass stoppers the thestoppers thestoppers thestoppers
stoppers being properly sealed In order orderto
to explode these bottles and start a fire fireyou nreyou fireyou
you simply threw the bottle against a asubstance asubstance asubstance
substance that would cause the same to tobreak tobreak tobreak
break which would cause a frightful frightfulexplosion frightfulexplosion frightfulexplosion
explosion and fire a fire that could not notbe notbe notbe
be extinguished by water The great greatstrike greatstrIke greatstrike
strike in Cripple Creek commenced In InAugust inAugust InAugust
August 1905 and during the fall the mine mineowners mineowners mineowners
owners were shipping in nonunion nonunionminers nonunIonminers nonunionminers
miners from the Coeur dAlenes d and andother andother andother
other districts districtsSent districtsSent districtsSent
Sent to Pocatello PocatelloIt
HIt It was at this time that Moyer ap approached approached approached ¬
proached Adams in the presence of Pet Pettibone Pettibone Pettibone ¬
tibone in the latters store in I Denver > enver and andinformed andinformed andinformed
informed him that he wanted him to meet meethim meethim meethim
him again at the store in the early part partof partof partof
of the evening when he would go with withhim withhim withhim
him down to the train He said he hewanted heWCinted hewinted
wanted him to go to Pocatello Ida and andcarrv andcttrry andcarry
carry with him some Pettibone dope dopewhich dopewhIch dopewhich
which he was to throw Into any train trainthat trainthat trainthat
that was supposed to be loaded with withscabs withscabs withscabs
scabs and set the train on fire as it itpassed itpassed itpassed
passed through Pocatello He went on to tostate tostate tostate
state that according to appointment he hemet hemet hemet
met Moyer at Pettibones store where whereMoyer whereMoyer whereMoyer
Moyer provided him with a telescope telescopegripsack telescopegrIpsack telescopegripsack
gripsack In this gripsack was a tin tincan tincan tincan
can which as he thought contained two twoquart twoquart twoquart
quart bottles and three pint bottles of the thePettibone thePettlbone thePettibone
Pettibone dope Moyer bought him a aticket aticket aticket
ticket for Pocatello and told him to get geta
a a berth in the sleeper so that he would wouldget wouldget wouldget
get a good nights rest and watch every everytrain everytrain everytrain
train that came through Pocatello and If Ifhe ifhe Ifhe
he could find out the train that was wasloaded wasloaded wasloaded
loaded with scabs he was to fill It full fullof fullof fullof
of this Pettibone dope d01 > e or hellfire Just Justthrow justthrow i ithrow
throw the bottles through the windows windowsand windowsand I Iand
and they would explode explodeNo explodeNo explodeNo
No Scabs Came CameOn CameOn CameOn
On arriving at Pocatello Adams made madesome madesome madesome
some inquiries relative to the supposed supposedscabs supposedscabs supposedscabs
scabs that were to pass through but so sofar sofar sofar
far as he could learn l if there were any anyI an anscabs anyscabs
I scabs being transported through the thetown thetown thetown
town they were scattered in through the thecars thecars thecars
cars therefore he concluded he would wouldnot wouldnot wouldnot
not take any chances in burning up a atrain atrain atrain
train of Innocent passengers and did not notuse notuse notuse
use this dope Having been Informed Informedthrough Informedthrough Informedthrough
through Moyer Haywood and Pettibone PettibonePOSTUM PetUbonPOSTUM PettibonPOSTUM
POSTUM POSTUMHeals
Heals the System Systemsuffering Systemsuffering Systemsuffering
suffering from the theeffects theeffects theeffects
effects of coffee coffeeTHERES coffeeTHERES coffeeTHERES
THERES A REASON REASONRead
Read the Road to Wellvllle In Inpkgs inpkgs Inpkgs
I r pkgs 6f Fostuni Postunir
lakes to Duluth and thence by the Great GreatNorthern GreatNomthern
Northern to Winnipeg The 300 i0 tons from fromEmaus fromEmaus fromEnmaus
Emaus were sent to Buffalo over the theReading theReading theReading
Reading railroad and shipped on the ves vessels vessels yesscm ¬
sels scm of the srutual Transit company to toDuluth toDuluth toDuluth
Duluth The full freight rate was paid paidbut paidbut paidbut
but it is if charged that Wood Co after afterward afterward afterward ¬
ward received a rebate of 5123053 5123053Amount 12 1ZI059Amount > > 59 59Amo
Amount Amo nt Paid Was Small SmallThe SmallThe SmallThe
The National Essence of Coffee com company company cornpany ¬
pany It is alleged received r lved rebates on ontwo ontwo ontwo
two shipments of essence from this city cityto cityto cityto
to Winnipeg The first ccnslgnment was wasshipped wasshipped
shipped over the Reading road to Buffa Buffalo ¬
lo thence by the Mutual Transit com companys companys cornpanys ¬
panys line to Duluth and from Duluth Duluthvia Dulutbvia Duluthvia
via the Great Northern to Winnipeg The Thesecond Thesecond Thesecond
second shipment was consigned to Min Minneapolis Mm Mmneapolis nn nnneapolls ¬
neapolis It was shipped over the same sameroute sameroute sameroute
route to Duluth but from the latter point pointit
it was sent to Minneapolis 1 over the North Northern Northrn Northtmn ¬
ern rn Pacific The rebate received by the thecompany thecompany thecompany
company was given It Is said In the form formof formof formof
of a reduction reductfol1 for cartaga from the com companys companys cornparrys ¬
panys warehouse in this city clt to the Dead Deading1 DeadIng Deading
Ing station and amounted in the aggregate aggregateto
to less than 20The 20 20The 2OThe
The Wood case was the first to be tak taken taken taken ¬
en up and on motion of District Attorney AttorneyThompson AttorneThompson AttorneyThompson
Thompson the indictment against George GeorgeWood GeorgeWood GeorgeWood
Wood was quashed Before B fore the selection selectionof
of a jury was begun a number of motions motionsin
in the cases were heard by the court
MEMORIAL EXERCISES IN HONOR OF GENIAL HEELER HEELERHero
Hero of Two Wars Held in Grateful Remembrance by Com Comrades Comrades Cornrades ¬
rades With Whom He Rought for Confed Confederacys Confederacys Confetheracys ¬
eracys Lost Cause
his life Wheeler simply Illustrated In a agrand aand agrand
grand and way the characteristics of con confederate confederate confederate ¬
federate soldiers and the southern peo people peop1e propie ¬
pie Their sensibilities were cut to the thequick theQuick thequick
quick by any distrust of their fidelity fideUt to tothe tothe tothe
the terms of the surrender or any chal challenge challenge challenge ¬
lenge of their complete loyalty to the thegovernment thegovernment
government Their deeds have redeemed redeemedtheir redeempdtheir redeemedtheir
their works at the golden value of hon honors honors henors ¬
ors sacred pledge As it was with withWheeler withWheeler withWheeler
Wheeler so It was and so It Is with all allhis allhis allhis
his people
South Is Reconciled ReconciledThe
The attempt to reconcile the south is isa isa
a waste of philanthropy It reconciled reconciledItself reconcllditself reconciledItself
Itself nearly mmrl forty years e rs ago with very verylittle ver verylittle
little help and now hails all reciprocal reciprocalreconciliation reciprocalreconciJIaUon reciprocalreconciliation
reconciliation let it come as it will willThe willThe willThe
The south recognizes its share of re responsibility rEsporndhiltQ responslbfltty ¬
sponsibility for the good government of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the ui Jim n It would bave have the entire land landto landto landto
to be all south from Canada to the Gulf Gulfof Guffof Gulfof
of Mexico all north from the gulf to tothe tothe
the lakes and all the states and territo territories territories termiterica ¬
ries to be one rich realm re lm of liberty fra fraternity fraternity Iraternity ¬
ternity and equal prosperity pros erit from ocean oceanto oceanto oceanto
to ocean oceanthat oceanthat oceanthat
that the mine owners of Cripple Creek Creekwere Crfkwere Creekwere
were shipping scabs through from Ari Arizona Arizona Artzona ¬
zona by way of Ogden he went there thereand th thereand rE rEand
and found that such was not the case casenotwithstanding cas casnotwithstanding canenotwithstanding <
notwithstanding the fact that this hell hellfire hEHfire hellfire
fire or Pettibone dope was securely securelysealed securelyseaJed securelysealed
sealed in bottles he found that it wa wassmelling wasmelling wasmelling
smelling strongly so he took the tole tolescope t tnlescope lE lEscope
scope containing these bottles of explo explosives explosiyes explosives ¬
sives along the railroad nrOad track he hethought hethought hethought
thought a little distance east of Poca Pocatello Poratello Pocatello
tello
Planted the Bottles BottlesItwas BpttlesUIt BottlesItwas
UIt Itwas was quite a little piece out of the thetown thetovn thetown
town something near a mile where he heplanted heplanted heplanted
planted the bottles In e a little trench in infront infront infront
front of an old building The building buildinghad buildinghad buildinghad
had no nofloor floor in it and looked as though thoughit
it might have been an old mill at some sometime sometime sometime
time The bottles were still in the tin tincan tincan tincan
can when he planted them there and cov covered covered coyered ¬
ered them with a a little dirt He tore the theteleslope theteleslope theteleslope
teleslope up and threw it back into this thisold thisold thisold
old building While he remained some sometime sometime sometime
time In Pocatello he cannot give the thelocation thelocation thelocation
location of where these bottles of ex explosives exploslvcs explosives ¬
plosives were buried but said that he hecould hecould hecould
could walk to the same if in Poctello Poctelloand Poctelloand Pocatelloand
and he believes that the explosives are arestill arestlJ1 arestill
still there because If it had ever been beendisturbed beendisturbed beendisturbed
disturbed there would have been an ex exl explosion oxplosion
l plosion that would have been published publishedin
i in the papers papersHe papershHe papersHe
hHe He went to Ogden and 3 d subsequently subsequentlycame
came back to Denver and reported to toMoyar toloer toMoyer
Moyar loer and Haywood and Pettibone that thatIt thatIt thatit
It was simply impossible for him to ex execute txecute oxecute ¬
ecute the work he was detailed on with without without without ¬
out taking innocent peoples lives livesCANADA JivesI JivesCANADA livesCANADA
I
CANADA WILL TAKE ACTION ACTIONOttawa ACTIONOttawa ACTIONOttawa
Ottawa Ont March 27 27A A federal federalpolicy federalpOllcy federalpolicy
policy for water power which will pre prevent prevent prevent ¬
vent the export of energy developed at atNiagara atNiagara atNiagara
Niagara to an extent to starve Cana Canadian Canadian Canadian ¬
dian industries has been announced in inthe inthe Inthe
the house by Minister of Public Works WorksHyman WorksHyman WorksHmrman
Hyman HymanRight HymanRight HmrmanRight
Right to export power would only be begranted begranted begranted
granted subject to revocation at short shortnotice shortnotice shortnotice
notice there would be no glaim claim against againsteither againsteither agaInsteither
either provincial or Dominion govern government goyernment government ¬
ment arising out of such revocation revocationand revocationand revocationand
and the companies would be subject subjectto
to such rules and regulations as the thegovernment thegovernment thegovernment
government saw fit to Impose Action Actionwould Actonwould ActIonwould
would also be taken to prevent spolia spoliation spoliation spoliation ¬
tion of the scenic beauty beaut of the falls fallsNO fallsNO fallsNO
NO CHARGE CHARGEWILL WILL BE MADE MADEIn
In Assault at Thistle Evidence EvidenceShows EvidenceShows EvidenceShows
Shows Karr Was the theAggressor theAggressor theAggressor
Aggressor AggressorSpecial AggressorSpecial AggressorSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldOVS
Provo OVS March rac 21L Ij I L Collier the thebeen
man who cut H O Iarr on the neck at
Thistle yesterday may not be arrested
for the assault Sheriff Harmon anTI
County Attorney Christensen who have
been to Thistle to Investigate the case
are In doubt as to whether sufficient evi evisor
deuce could be secured o convict Cot
lier as welt as several witnesses to the
affair agree that Karr was the agr agres S
sOl He asked Collier to retract a state ¬
ment made to the railroad officials at
Salt Lake which Collier refused to do doand
Karr then struck him They grappled
and in the struggle Collier pulled a razor
from his pocket and slashed Karr Karr Karrcorroborates KalTcorroborates Karrcorroborates
corroborates this version of the affair
The two men are not related relatedMAIL relat relatedMAIL d dIt
It ItMAIL
MAIL CONTRACTS AWARDED AWARDEDUncle
Uncle Sam More liberal Granting
Increase for Ser SerCastledale Service Service
vice viceCasUedale viceCastledale
Castledale March 25 25The The mail contract
for carrying the themalls malls from Price to Em Emery Emery Eracry ¬
ery a distance of sixtyfive miles was wasawarded wasaarded wasawarded
awarded to J S Stevens jr of Perron
the yearly consideration being 3250
Joseph L Thayne was awardeffthe awarde the con
tract of a sixday service between Hunt
Ington and nd Desert lake for 600 early carl carlAndrew
i Andrew Mortensen secured the contract
for taking the mall from Huntington to
Lawrence
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KILLED IN WRECK WRECKQuincy WRECKQuincy WRECKQuincy
Quincy Ill Il1t Marcl 27 27It It Is posi positively positively positlvely ¬
tively known that Leonard Heck Fred Frederick Frederick Fredcrick ¬
erick Nicloy and Wilfred DIckhut DIckhutthree Dlckhuttbree Diokhutthree
three young men who left here for Mc McCloud McCloud McCloud
Cloud Cal were killed In the wreck wrecka
a sA Adobe Colo Cob One of the survivors survivorshas survivorshas 1
has written that he left them in the thesmoking thesmoking thesmoking
smoking car not ten minutes before beforethe beforethe beforethe
the accident and that the bodies must musthave musthave musthave
have been completely Incinerated IncineratedLOSS incineratedLOSS IncineratedLOSS
LOSS 175000 175000Auburn 175000Auburn 175000Auburn
Auburn N No Y March 27 27Fire Fire to tonight tonight tonight ¬
night destroyed destroyedthe the Temple Court block blockoccupied blockoccupied blockoccupied
occupied by b the E N Ross Grocery Grocerycompany Grocerycompan Grocerycompany
company and the Columbus block ad adJoining adjoining adjoining
Joining Loss 175000 1 5OOO
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that will prevent another from using usingliquor usingliquor usingliquor
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10 TOBllftll BUILD STARCH FACTORPromoters FACTORY FACTORYPromoters FACTORYPromoters
Promoters Say They Will Sofi Sofistruct J Co1istruct Of Ofstruct
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perintendent Is Wanted WantedIn
In a letter to Manager 1Iana r Gordon H Place Placeof Placeof Placeof
of the Manufacturers Merchants as association associatIon association ¬
sociation received re ived yesterday the pro promoters promoters promoters ¬
moters of the starch factory at Garland GarlandBox GarlandBox GarlandBox
Box Elder county counf stated that all was wasin wasIn wasin
in readiness for the beginning of con construction construction construction ¬
struction of the starch works worksThe workslhe worksThe
The promoters are looking for a prac practical practical practical ¬
tical man to act as superintendent Man Manager 11anager Manager ¬
ager Place has been asked to bend his hisefforts hjsefforts hAsefforts
efforts In this direction He has com communicated lommunicated cornmunicated ¬
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in hi the hope of supplying the needs of qf the theGarland thfGarland theGarland >
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+ f El Paso Tex March 27 2 27The The su supreme 4 4promo f ff
+ f preme court of Mexico has affirmed affirmedthe afflnnPdt affirmedthe +
+ the sentence of death against Rich Richardson Richardson Richardson +
+ ardson Mason and Harle convicted convlctedof 4 4iof +
t + iof of having murdered Mitchell and andDevers andDevers 4 +
+ 4 Devers at Chihuahua Mexico four fouryears + f
+ 4 4 years ago in order to collect insur insurf insiirance + 40 40ance
+ ance on their lives They Th will be beshot beshot +
+ 4 shot unless Governor Creel pardons pardonsf +
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