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In dp Opening ning Speech He Condemns hyfeI hy byI
< I Inferemce feI ce Cowley laYI i aylor aylorand r rulr
tilt ulr i < i an and d T Teasdal eas d a 1 e
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c s Three 1l ree jippsitflk heads will fall 111 at atthe atthe atthe
the pres Jj t annual anriual conference oOl1rere ce of the theMormon thcllo theMormon
Mormon llo mon cfru < ju uch chi h if the universal inter interpretation inlerpetatlon4rd interpretation41narks
pretation petatlon4rd pretation41narks CMfttanarks made by Prosl Prosldent Prlsldent J1rcsLdent
dent JosfiS Jos i1 F F Smith in convening the theconference theconf theconference
conference conf rcnce yesterday yeterda e teIda proves pro s to be h e the thecorrect thecorrecttnterretltJ thecnrrect
correct correcttnterretltJ interpretation Jl AinM > still stillness stiUnp stillnPs ¬
ness np s which Jtfch tvasf va a almost oppressive press p in inits inH9 initq
its Inte Int thtu4i fJ tt th Jrcnff enrfbe Wle jHreelcSeut jHreelcSeutof J ut utof
of the U church octm uKmUed iiiitted tted that nil 11 ws wsnot Wil Wilbnt westrnt
not wrM wi w l with Ihp th 3w quOlum < itu > r m fit e apostles apostlesand RUOtlesand not1esand
and that there th the ie wcvo unpletHnn unpi l Ut fea features f t ttlrc ttures ¬
tures connected d with it whicn hien wci WI ve e esufficient esutncien egumcien
sufficient t to vex th llie > fIrst first presidency presidencyand Jht petsdenyand dn r rI
I and the Monriqn llrnu Mor 1i np p ppe ppeTh ipl iplTh ple pleTin
Tin Th uuc uucSmjth uUt1U Uttertcps tter ics ot Pn Presdent PresdentSmJth s dnt dntSmJth
Smjth arfev ar rl lhfer htterjjr ir3tedTy Md t 1 bi his bisf1o 1II flock to tomean tomean tomean
mean that t1 1st h hf intends tnt nds to to fleiKHe 6E O o4e o at atleast at1ost tt tt8st
least 8st to discipline severely sever lyA Apostles ApostlesJohn ApostlesJohn posU > s sJohn
John W V T T4ylor George Te Teasc Tegisde sdj ie ln aril arilMatthas a i iiatthas iMatthas
Matthas F Cowley Covl v who are accused accusedof accusedor aceusetlhaving
of having taken t k n plural wives since shlCe the themanifesto thiJanICesto themanifesto
manifesto of Wilford Woodruff sus suspending suspending ns nspendIng ¬
pending plural pluralmarrl marriage lge and vvho bo have havebeen hAebeen havebeeTi
been out of the United States ever eversince everslhce var varsince
since they wers were subpoenaed d as witnes witnesses 1lI ttae ttaeie S Sb ¬
ses ie before b f eti1 the Sfnoot Jnvestlgatinfi Jnvestlgatinficommittee tneti jnvetigMiifbIflZUlttQP fi g gmnUtte
committee mnUtte of f the th United States senale senalenearly sonaleneartt ena1 ena1neartJft
nearly tifree ree year Jf ea1T ea1TPresicIentSniith rk g gPresident gPresident
President PresicIentSniith Smiths4 Utterances UtterancesThe
The utterances utterancesor of President Smitn to towhch towhch tt tthch
whch hch great slgrnEScance slgnl1 can e is attached attacldhy attacldhythoo by bythose bythopo
those wVov5SfciQ 1i j r them weN wer as Its fol follows folIl folItw ¬
lows Il Itw > rt rtWith V VWith
With reference reer nce to the brethren blcthr n of ofth f fth i ithl
th < twelve with whom we w are 1 Inti Intimately intimatelY intinately ¬
mately associated d and a11 < 1 with whom we weliavc webave i il1ac
liavc met from week weektp celifO to week we k and often oftenday oftend
day d y to day dain in oounefl OUlt ounel < J1 I have to toth sy sythnt ay1ht
thnt th t those of > f them thE > m who have been wilh wilhus wi1 tvilhuI h hus
us are re in fill harmony and union wth wthis wthUs vth1s
Us is and ant are united together I believe believethat bcHt believethat > ve vethat
that the th > brethren of the twelve who whohave whohaY whok
k have been at their posts and have been beenperforming hpenperforming heonerform1ng
performing their tb Jr duty stand solid for forthe forthe forthe
the advancement advance ieut of the kingdom kln dom of ofGod ofGnd ofGod
God and anclare are united in their views viewqnnd viewqnndthought5 nnd nndthoughts nndthoughts
thoughts and n labors for the upbuilding upbuildingof up ilCUng ilCUngof
of ZIon ZlonThere ZionThere a
ait it sL < Jhe Q > t iPie 4 t tThere
There are circumstances connect connectted
ted d with these matters which are are not notetogeher notntogether
etogeher at efher pleasant and which are areCaught areJ areght
J Caught aught ght in some degree and in some someirespects someIrespects someirespects
irespects with very serious conse consequences consequenccs ¬
quences quencesBut quencc3But quenccsBut
But I have no hesitancy In rem recrimtnending r remmending > m mJT1ending
mending to YQU brethren bretl1r n of the i pttft pttft11nod Prletiinod > rlet rletTiood
Tiood the members of the Church of Je Jesus Jesug TeSUg ¬
SUg Christ of Latterday Saints those thosemembers tho thosemembers e emembers
members of the council councilor of apostles apo < Ue who whoTiave wll wllhave wli3iave
have kent wstJiin the spirit of their all allIng alling a11lug
Ing and who wh have ha sought to magnify magnifythe magnlfythe magnifythe
the same and who have been constant constantin
4 in season and n out of season in the theperformance thePerformance theperformance
performance of the duties that have havedevolved JJavedevolved havedevolved
devolved upon them They are worthy worthyf
of f the confidence of the people of the theT theatterrlaY theLatterclay
T Latterclay > at torday Sfciitts and are valiant in intheir intheir intheir
their testlmpnv testJm fpr fc the truth and are areearnest arcEnrnest areearnest
earnest and vigilant in ii their wateh watcheu watcheuCver watchearover tr s sover
over the interests intert > sts of Zion submitted submltt l to tothem totnem tothem
them and have 11 ve labored diligently in inthe inthe inthe
the mission field at home hom > and abroad abroadas abroad3S
as much as ft opportunty afforded affordedIs
Is Br B BrH K 1 Roberts Slated SlatedImmediately SlatedImmedtat Sfated1nimedtiitt
Immediately Immedtat tyo11owlng Hollowing his reference referenceto
to the apostles a ostles President Smith took tookup tnokUP wokliT
liT up the work of the council of seven seventies sewm11pg seventies ¬
ties and took especial pains to cnll cnllattention c cllsttentIon n nattention
attention to the work ork of Brigham RrJ ham H HTloberts HRoberts Hfloberts
Roberts a member of that council councilThose cGuocdThose ccuriciIrhose
Those who regard the slightest word wordof wordcf wordof
of President Smith as being ladenlth laden ladenwith ladenwith
with lth significance are inclined to con construe conftrue contrue ¬
strue true together his comments on the theapostles thenpostles thenpostles
npostles and the council of seventies seventiesand sevcntIesand seventiesand
and to believe that Mr Ir Roberts Is Isslated IsslatEd Isslated
slated for an apostleship apostleshipThe
The presidents speech spee h was a general generalreview JeneralTevlew generalTeview
review of the wbrk of the church since sincethe slnot11e sincethe
the conference conferel1celastOctober last lastOetober October He dealt dealtfirst dealttirst dealtfirst
first with the Worlfof otJtt or the first presl presld presidncy
d dncy ncy nc then with the apostles the thecouncil theouncJl thecouncil
council council of seventies and the presiding presidingbishopric presidingbishopric presidingbishopric
bishopric In a general way he depicted depictedthe depictedthc depictedthe
the prosperity of the church and of ofits if ifIts f fUs
its mombers and andspoke spoke In a highly highlycninplimantary highlcompllmootry highlycoinplfmontsry
cninplimantary manner of 01 the work w rlc of ofthe otthe ofthe
the auxiliary associations
On the Subject of Tithing TithingOn
On the ti subject of tithing President PresidentSmith PrcsidentSmith Presidentrnith
Smith rnith said saidThe saidThe I IThe
The man that complains about not notknowing notknowing notknowing
knowing what Is done with the tith tithing tithing tlthSng ¬
ing In ninetynine cases out of a hun hundred hundred hundred ¬
dred is the man who wh has no credit crediton
on the books of the church for paying payingtithing payingtithing payingtithing
tithing and we dont care to exhibit exhibitthe exhibitthe exhibitthe I
the books of the church to such carp carpers carprs carpera ¬ I I
ers > rs and to those thm c Individuals But there thereIs thereIs thereIs
Is not a tithingpayer in the church churchthat churchthat churchthat
that cannot go to the presiding presi < 1inJ bishops bishopsoffice bIshopsoffice bishopsoffice
office or to the office of tiie trusteeIn trusteeIntrust trusteeIntrust trusteeIntrust ¬
trust and find and see his accounts accountstmd accountsImd accountsttnd
tmd see to It that every dollar that he helias hehas hehas
has given to the Lord for tithing is iscredited iscredited Iscredited
credited to him there and an then if he hewants beants liewants
wants ants to do more searching as a tithe tithepayer tithepayer
payer 1 > ayer and find out O t how the tithing Is Ispaid Ispaid ispaId
paid out rwhat whttt h t 1 lofi Hone with It we will willset wlllset vh1lset
set before him the whole thing so that thathe thath thathe
he h will see the whole thing and if he hehas hehas hehas
has got any an good counsol coun 1 to give us usvn uswr uswe
wr vn will take It from him But we wewill wcm wewlli
will m not because we do o not have to toand toan toand
and an it is not a business way wav that thatv tIlatwould thatwould
v would ould require r QJlr6 of us to make 1U > ur books booksopen booksopen booksopen
open to the world and we wont do It Itunless Itunless Itiin1ess
unless we Imvo to We are are re not ashamed ashamedof
of them We are not afraid for them themto t11emto themto
to be Inspected They are honest 1One t and andstraight andstrafgh andstraIght
straight t and there Is not a a man in the theworld theorld theworld
world orld that Will look at them but what whatwill whatwl11 whatw1lI
will say ay sb > if he is an honest man manPresidenf manpresidontsmith manPresidontSznith
Presidenf presidontsmith Smith spoke of the pros prosperity prosperity proseritY ¬
perity eritY of tlfe church and declared that thatliars that3Iars
liars 1 people of immoral character and andlacking and1aCkh1E andlacking
lacking in the true spirit have no noplace nop1ace not
t place In it The president was given givenrapt givenrapt givenk
k rapt attention during the whole of his hisaddress hisaddress hisaddress
address which lasted for nearly an anhour anhour anhour
A J r
Trustees of Brigham Young Univer University University University ¬
sity Are Sustained Sust SustainedWhen < 1ined i iWhen IWhen
When President Smith called caJl d the theconference thEconference theconference
conference to order Qrde at 10 oclock ye =
terday morning there ther was present pr lsent an anaudence anaudene anaudence
audence which taxed thE he sealing ca capsreity capit capity
pity pit lty of the Tabernacle Tab rntCI to toits ItS utmost utlI1C
Hundreds Hui1i1r ds of or people pe1p e were standing st utiing In 1i
the aisles and despite the coolness of
the t tli e spring sprln spring day the th heat h at was oppres oppressive oppressie oppressive ¬
sive infde in rcit > the th historic building buiIalnThe buildingThe
The following folJoYI g general church author i
ities were present presentFrst i
First Presidency PresldGi1c Presidciicpresident President Pr > sldeut Joseph j
F Smith First Counselor John R Win
der Second Counselor Anthon H
Lund LundQuorum j jQuorum i
Quorum of Apostes ApostesFranels Francis M Ly L Lmun
man John Henry Smith Rudder R dlpr Claw Clawson C1lyI Clawson
son Hyrum M Smith George A
Smith and Charles Cha c cCouncil
I es W tV Penrose
Council of Seventies Sc eventjrSevmour > nti Seymour B
Touncr Brlgham H Roberts R Rob b rts J Gp
den d n Kimball George Reynolds Re nolds James
W V McGurrin Rulon S Wells WeilPre We1lPresiding
Presiding Pre idfng Bishopric BI hoprlcr W B BPrcstpn BPrcstpnand Preston PrestpnandOrrln j
and andOrrln Orrin P M 1Iller 1IllerPatriarchsJohn MllerPatriarchsJohn Her HerPatriarchs
Patriarchs PatriarchsJohn John Smith and Joseph
E Taylor
Sing Inspiring I Hymn i
The conference opened oJ > ned with tlth the
hymn h mn Our God We Raise to Thee
Thanks for Thy Th Blessings suns lUJ to
the Inspiring tune of America
Patriarch Joseph E ii Taylor Ta or a acJ close jSe
friend of President Smithv Smith offered offerjedprayer offeredprayer offeredprayer
prayer The only significant significant portion portionof portionor
of the prayer pr yer was where the supplicant supplicantasked supplcantasked supplicantasked
asked the Father in heaven to so di direct dIrect dlrect ¬
rect the spirit of reproof which whichmight
might be offered fcred during the ctfhferene e
that th t it would w uld redound to thewallbQ tb l be
Ing of those to whom It mi mimlnstered uiIli1bead uiIli1beadmlnstcred ij hd hdrnlnstcred
mlnstered mlnsteredThe rnlnstcredThe mlnstcredThe
The choir sang High on the Moun Ioun
tain tam Top and then President Smith
delivered his address already alrlld quoted
Following Followin him John R Winder first fir firstcounsellor t tcQunseJIor
counsellor in the first presidency made mada madea >
a brief address lld d re5s In wliih V jh he spoke Sl O k of
the grO growing Jn CsSCJsltW of J
yrUJI Jo JomQns o oQftS
mQns QftS toqb toqbsdrve drve tb thf ardue rd > > ot ore e Oil
JMlth L 4l1tUjur of e Y Yng
1Ing1 ng o etrecq thc redemptIon of
their dead through services in the tem temple temple tenipie ¬
ple was constantly constal1l1 increasing he said saidas s saidas i ias
as was vas the number of young oung people peoplewho pcoptewho peOplewho
who are desirous of being married in
the temples templesTalks templesTalks templesTalks
Talks on Church Schools SchoolsAnthon j I
Anthon H Lund second counselor j I
in the first presidency pres dency was the next noxspeaker nextspeaker I Ispeaker
speaker Mr Lund Is in charge of the thechurch therhurch theihurch
church schools sch ool where missionariesare missionaries m are
trained and he spoke > oke of the necessity necessityof
of prospective missionaries taking such sucha
a course He argued in favor of all
Mormons taking tRkJn a course course in the church churchschools churchschools churchschools
schools and denied that they the conflcted conflctedwith conf1 coniteteciwith cted ctedwith
with the secular sschools He spoke of
the progress made ma e by h both the state stateand stateand stateand
and the church in Utah along educa eau ¬
tlonal lines linesMr lIncsMr linesMr
Mr Lund said that the church now now1tas nowma
has ma converts In every European coun ¬
try except Spain and Portugal He Hespoke Hespoke Hospoke
spoke enthusiastically of the progress progresswhich progresswhich progresswhich
which the church s miking m ldng in the mis missionary misslonary ¬
sionary fields fieldsTrustees fieldsTrustees fieldsTrustees
Trustees Are Sustained SustainedPresident SustainedPresident
President Smth Sm th announced annOUJ1 d that th t un ¬ I
derthe der the charter of the Brigham Young
University at Povo it was necessary
that the trustees of that institution be besustained beBustatned besustained I
sustained at the annual conference conferenceevery conCerenceeery conferenceevery
every three years year and that this was
the year it was necessary to sustain
them Upon the sustaining proposi proposition proposItion propos propostion ¬
tion a forest of hands went up and
there were no negative votes votesThe Yo votesThe es esThe
The trustees sustained were Joseph
F Smith David John Toh Wilson H Du Dusenberry Dusenberry Dusenberry
senberry Susa Young Youn Gates Reed
Smoot John Henry H > nry Smith Lafayette
Holbrook Stephen L Chipman Jesse
Knight Oscar B Young Jonathan H
Page jr and Richard RI h3rd W Young
The choir and congregation then sang
Redeemer of Israel after which Da David David ¬
vid Id H Cannon president of the St
George temple pronounced a benedie benedietion ben dic diction diction
tion and the conference adjourned un until untn until ¬
til 2 oclock in the afternoon afternoonDOINGS afternoonDOINGS afternoonDOINGS
Members of Seventies Council Oc Occupy Occupy Cccupy ¬
cupy the Entire Time TimeThe TimeThe TimeThe
The afternoon session was consumed consumedalmost consumedalmost consumedalmost
almost entirely In speeches by b r mem members membErs mombcrs ¬
bers of the council of seventies The Thesession
session sE slon opened with the hymn uNow uNowLet Now NowLet NowLet
Let us Rejoice inthe In UtA Day of Salva Salvation
tion William Wllli m McLaohlan president presidentI
of Pioneer stake offered prayer The Thechoir Thechoir Thechoir
choir then sang Praises to the Man ManWho 11anWho ManWho
Who Communed With Jehovah JehovahSeymour Jehov JehovahSeymour h hSeymourB
Seymour B Young senior member of ofthe oftll oftile
the tll council of seventies delivered deIlver > d an anaddress anaddress anaddress
address which was largely historical historicalin
in its nature He pointed out the fact factthat factthat factthat
that the seventies organized original originally ¬
ly by the Prophet Joseph started with withtwo withtwo withtwo
two quorums or 140 members and that thatthey thatthey thatthey
they have now grown to 148 quorums quorumsor
or approximately 9000 members membersReferring membersReferrIng membersReferring
Referring to the work of Brigham BrighamYoung BrighamY9ung i
Young in building a commonwealth In InITtah intTtah I
tTtah MrYoung Mr Youn Young said that qll < all the thefactories theectorles I
factories which the successor SU cessor of Josephhad Josephhad Joseph Josephhad
had started in Utah had been beencompelled becnccmpelled beenccmpelled
ccmpelled to close This was due duehe duehe luelie
he said to lack of patronage from the theSaints theSaints theSaints
Saints He deprecated this condition conditionThe conditionThe conditionThe
The z C M I he said had prospered prosperedbecause prosperedbecause prosperedbecause
because the Saints had continued continuedthroughout continuedthroughout continuedthroughout
throughout all the years ears to give it ittheir Ittheir Ittheir
their patronage patronageRoberts patronageRoberts
1 1Roberts
Roberts on Liberality LiberalityBrigham LiberalityBrIgham LlberalityBrigham
Brigham H Roberts who is a central centralfigure centraltlgure centralfigure
figure in this conference because of the thewidespread thewidespread thewidespread
widespread belief that apostolic honors honorsare honorsare honorsare
are about to Be conferred cOl1C red on him was wasthe wasthe wasthe
the next speaker He Was as listened to toContinued tpContinued toContinued
Continued on Page Pag 2
Great Eruption of Mount Vesuvius Vesuviusand
and thePeople eeopleIiving laving Near by byi byng byPraying
K Praying ng f forDeliverance forDeliveranceNaples 1orDeliveranceNaples livera nee
Naples April fc sThe ThejinJJinbiUuUs The QitLl1ts of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the villages in th the vicinity vItn1ty l t j of o Mount MountVesuvius MouitVesuv1
Vesuvius Vesuv1 ar 8r arq in inicondIti i condition u bordering borderingon
on panic anIe Many homes have been beenabandoned beenabwidoned een eenabfandoned
abandoned for the open air althoughthere although althoughthere althoughthere
there has bees bee a thick fog all day and andthe andthe
the utvnogphjire has hnsbeen been dense with w withvolcanic lth lthvolcanic
volcanic ashes and the fumes of o sub subterranean subterranean ub ubterranean ¬
terranean fires The churches are arecrowded arpcrowded arecrowded
crowded day and night with people peoplepraying peopp peopppraylngfordellverance peopepraying
praying praylngfordellverance for deliverance from an Im Impending impendingperU Impending ¬
pending pendingperU peril manifestations of which whichere whichere I Ipre
ere heardand hen lioacj + 4 and felt in explosions which whichresemble whichresemble whichresemble
resemble a heavy h avy cannonading and fii fiithe f fthe ithe
the tremblings of the earth which ar arconstantly s sconstantly sri sriconstantly
constantly recurring recurringGreat recurringGreat i iGrcat
Great Stream of Lava LavaThe L LavaThe v 1 1The
The main mainstream stream of lava proceeding p oceed g
from Vesuvius is 200 OOfeet feet wide and It itfiews Itficws
flews at times tim > s at t the rateof rate of twen twenone twenfty twenftyone twentone
one feet a minute mlnutedestroying destroying vegela vegelatloii vegetatlrni I
tloii before the stream stream reaches it The Thepeasants Thepcasants i ipHdants
peasants of Portici at the west foot of ofVesuvius j
Vesuvius cleared their grounds of ofvineyards i
vineyards and trees In the effort to tolessen tolessen I
lessen the danger from fire and re resisted reslsted resisted ¬
sisted the progress of the th lava to their theirutmost theirutmost I
utmost The population opulat1on of Boscotre Boscotrecaz
caz on the southern declivity of o the themountain themountain themountain
mountain have sought safety in infiight Int1ight Inflight
flight and Boscoreale to the south southward southward southward ¬
ward is also threatened Women of ofthis ofthis i ithis
this village weeping weepinried ylth fright car carricd carned
ned a statue of St Anne A ne as near as asthey i ithey Ithey
they could go to the flowing lava im i iploring IpIoring Iploring
ploring a miracle to stay the advance advanceof i iof
of the consuming stream streamThe i iThe IThe
The cemetery at Boscreale has been beenInvaded
invaded by lava The scene at night nightis I
is one of mingled grandeur and horror horroras
as from the summit of Vesuvius there thereleaps thereleaps thereleaps
leaps a column of fire fully 1000 feet feetin fcetin feetin
in height the glare lighting the sky skyand skyand skyand
and sea for many miles Occasionally Occasionallygreat Occaslonallgreat Occasionallygreat
great masses of molten stpne stone some someweighing someweighing someweighing
weighing as much as a aton tonare are eject ejected ejected ejected ¬
ed from the crater craterThe craterThe craterThe
The village of Torre del Greco Grecowhich Grecowhich Grecowhich
which has been eight times destroyed destroyedand destro ed edand
and as often rebuilt is again threat threatened threatened threatened ¬
ened and the inha lfants
inhabitants are In ex extreme extreme cxtreme ¬
treme terror
Scientific Opinion OpinionSIgnor OpinionSigllor OpinionSignor
SIgnor Matteucci director of the oh observatory ohservatory ohservatory ¬
servatory is working Indefatigably
He has had military engineers estab establish establish establisli ¬
lish telephonic connection between the theobservatory theobservatory theobservatory
observatory and pojnts within the vol volcanic volcanic volcanic ¬
canic activity The Tli director said to tothe tothe tothe
the Associated Press this evening that thatalthough thataJthough thatalthough
although the eruption presented grave gravenenace gravencnace gravenenace
nenace he did not believe it would wouldreach wouldreach wouldreach
reach the villages Indeed he said saidthe saidthe saidthe
the present presentt presentvolcanic volcanic activity was not notaltogether notaltogether
altogether unmixed with good for if it ithad ithad ithad
had not come to pass lass a violent and andsudden andsudden andsudden
sudden eruption having a wider ra radius radius radius ¬
dius might have occurred occurredOFFICERS occurredOFFICERS
Oakland April 6 6George George Jones a acolored acolored acolored
colored hostler who was shot five times timesby thnesby timesby
by Riley Rl ey Grannon an exercise boy boyalso bo boalso boyalso
also colored during a o quarrel arrel over a agame agame agame
game of cards at Emeryville yesterday yesterdaywas
was almost literally frightened iO iOdeath < o odeath odeath
death today Jones condition was wasmuch wasmuch wasmuch
much improved this mornng but when whenhe whellhe whenhe
he was asked to make a dying state statement statCmont statemont ¬
mont which required him to believe believethat belleethat believethat
that he was about to die he grew grewworse grewworSe grewworse
worse and when the officers returned returnedafter returnedaltcr returnedafter I
after having left him alone to sign ic Oestatement lestatement
statement they th y found life extinct and andthe andthe andthe
the paper unsigned unsignedANOTHER unsignedANOTHER unsignedS unsignedANOTHER
Washington April prIl G GSQators GSQatorsRaynor GSnatorsRayner Senators SenatorsRayner
Rayner Allison AlliSQnand and Xolson Nelsondf discussed discussedthe Quaaed Quaaedtlie oussedthe
the tlie railroad laUtoadqu question stfcll with the presi president 1 president > esl esldenttoBaj
dent denttoBaj denttoBaji today
I r I Scenes on Stamps Ranch l I I
Members of the Alta club will m vote voteApril voteApril voteApril
April 26 on a proposition to buy as a asummer asummer asummer
summer resort and game preserve reserve for formembers formembers formembers
members the Stamp ranch The ranch ranchIs
Is on the Snake Sn ke river sixtysix miles milesfrom milesfrom milesfrom
from Spencer Ida and within four fourmites fourmiles fourmiles
miles of the Yellowstone branch of the theSensational tileHEIRS toeHEIRSREATII
I IBitterly
Sensational Sehandein Will Case CaseBitterly CaseBjtterly
Bitterly Fought in Milwaukee MilwaukeeSettled MilwaukeeSettled iVI lwaukee lwaukeeSettled
Settled Out of Court
Milwaukee WisK Vis April 6 6The The fa famous famous famous ¬
mous Schandein case has been set settied settied settied
tied out of court Announcement to tothis tothis tothis
this effect was made ma e by b Attorney AttorneyGeorge AttorneyGeorge
George P P Miller on behalf of all par parties parties parties ¬
ties of interest inter st to the suit in Judge JudgeHalseys JudgeHalseys
Halseys H lseys branch of the th circuit court courtthis COl1tthis courtthis
this afternoon Attorney Attorne Miller stated statedthat stat statthat statedthat
that while the case had been adjusted adjustedto adjust j jto
to the satisfaction of all concerned concernedrequested ae aerequested
requested that the case be continued continueduntil c cOntinueduntil ninn d
until Monday next in order that the theterms theterms
terms agreed on may be reduced to towriting towriting
writing The case was therefore pur purover PUiover pu puover
over until that t at time timeMillions timeMillions
Millions Involved InvolvedThe I InvolvedThe nvalvedThe
The case in litigation was wa Va r ver the theestate f theestate he heestate
estate of Mrs LIzet Llzette Lizete e Schand Schnndji1 Schnndji1hose Scliandnwhose Jn Jnwhose
whose hose property was valued at 57000 7000
000 Of this amount a share estimated estimatedat
at 6000000 6o < JOOOO was left to Mrs C S SHeyl SHerJ SHey
Hey a daughter and wife of Jacob JacobHeyl JacobHeyl TacobHeyL
Heyl Most of the remainder esti estimated estimated estimated ¬
mated in value at 600000 was willed willedto
to Mrs Ella Frank and Emil Schan Sehandein Schandeln Schandein ¬
dein two other children The latter latterchildren iattErchl1dren latterchildren
children were the contestants m the thesuit thesuit thesuit
suit The will was admitted a rntttej to probate probateby probuteb probateby
by b Judge Carpenter after u i nn n and andsensational ands andsensational
sensational s trial and the present spit spitwas Uitwas uit uitwas
was brought upon an appeal appealJOSEPHITE appealJOSEPHLTE
4 + Kansas City Clt April C iThe The gen general general genera1 +
+ eral conference of o othe the ReorganIzed ReorganIzedChurc f 4 4Clturci
+ Church of I Latterday Saints open OPCl1ed opened 4 +
4 + ed at Independence near here heretoda heretoday +
+ today toda with nearly nearl SOO delegates delegatespresent + 4present
+ 1 present from all parts of the theworld +
4 world At the first session Pros PrcsldentJofienh +
4 + 4 dent dentJofienh Joseph Smith made a a speech speecht 4 +
< + t tttttlfttott t 11ft I + ff + + f + t f
j Oregon Short Line now being extended extendedfrom extcndedfrom extendedfrom
from St ± t Anthony Ida IdaIn IdaIn IdaIn
In the stream at this point trout of ofall ofall ofall
all sizes abound On either bank of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the river majestic pines rise to great greatheight greatheight greatheight
height The river flows through a anarrow anarrow anarrow
narrow park or meadow Within a afew afew aL
L few hundred hun ed feet of the bank of the theSpeaker theft theifitY
ifitY ft flIjif LffS
11 llMOCRAGY llMOCRAGYSpeaker CY CYSpeaker
Speaker Cannon Ca on Says if the People PeopleWant PeopleWant PeopleWant
Want Tariff Revision They Should ShouldTurn ShouldTurn ShouldTurn
Turn Out Present Congress
Washington April 6 6Speaker Speaker Can Cannon Cannon Cannon ¬
non today made a further explana explanation explpTIaUOli explanation ¬
tion of a letter ree renUY ntly written written by
him to a friend in East Liverpool 0 Oregarding 0regardIng 0regarding
regarding the tariff The letter was waspublished waspublished waspublished
published and Seemed to indicate that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the tariff revision would probably probablycome probablycomo probablycome
come in the future futureThe futureThe futureThe
The statement of or the speaker today
follows followsI
I was not aware that I was writing writinga
a letter for for publication pub1iC8ti > n although I Ihave Ihave Ihave
have no objection to its publication publicationThQreare pubU publicationThere stion stionThere
ThQreare There are many man people ia the country countrywho countrywho countrywho
who believe that a single schedule sc edule or ora ora ora
a few schedules of the tariff may be beamended beamended beamended
amended This is entirely impractica impracticabie
bie for while an amendment to a sin single single single ¬
gle schedule might please a single in interest intercst iiiterest ¬
terest U could not command enough enoughvotes enoughvotes enoughvotes
votes to enact enactSIt SIt SItComplete it itComplete
Complete Revision Needed NeededIn NeededUIn
UIn In my m judgment nothing can be bedone bedone bedone
done except by a complete revision of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the tariff which would be a compro cornprojnlse compromIse compromise
mIse that would command a majority majorityvote majorityyote majorityvote
vote of those 3S6 members of the house houseand boueeand houseand
and the ninety senators The enact enactment enactment enactthent ¬
ment of such a revision and the time timenecessary timenecessa timenecessary
necessary necessa to adjust it to conditions conditionswould conditionswould conditionswould
would halt production consumption consumptionand j
and commerce for at least twelve twelvemonths twelvemonths i imonths
months and when the compromise is Isenacted isenacted j jenacted
enacted as a whole It will probably probablynot probablypot
not be an Improvement on existing law lawI
I dont dontbeliee believe a majority of the peo peopie peopIe peopie
pie at this time desire to interfere with withthe withthe withthe
the present conditions which are the themost themost themost
most prosperous conditions we have havehad ha6had havehad
had in the republic republic4 to the laborer to tothe tothe tothe
the farmer to the thecapltalist capitalist and tc t < the theproducer theproduC theproducezatid
producer producezatid lLnd and to the th thetcdps consumer C911 un19r un19rt un19rI
river the mountains run up to 8 height heightof heighof
of several hundred hUrld feet Within easy eas r r
distance of the ranch are located sev several several several ¬
I eral magnificent shooting boxes Big Biggame Bigganle Bligame
game from deer to o bear ar and small smallgame smallgame 1 Igame
game from squirrel to grouse grou e are to be hi hifound
found In great abundance in the imme immeI ¬
I diate vicinity vicinityof of th ranch ranchSays ranchlaD ranchFIElDS
I ILifeMore
Says Say He Never Gave a Bribe in His HisLife Hi i iLifewore
Life LifeMore J5 ore Abuse of Mutual MutualTrustees MutualTrustees MutualTruatecs
Trustees TrusteesNew TrusteesNe TruatecsNew
New Ne York April A rll 6 GABdrew Andrew C
Fieh F Feld4 Ic iormer legislative agrcn fv f the th he hettfuaI
Mutual Uf LI Insurance oonjpiuvyr fcave fcaveout ae i I Iout
out a 8 a stateirtntat state nt at Dobbsf Dobiferry rVy y today todayThrough todayThrough I I Ithrough
Through his physician r siclan D Judsci Tu SC1 II IIsaid lIt 11sid > I
said he jieve n nver v r gave gav a bribe in In Ijta 4 < 6 ca career career career ¬
reer that he was prepared to viitlJ viitlJcte vhalScate j
cte himself completely that Us h in intended intended intenided ¬ j
tended to tell the whole truth i au lU i < 1 J tlat j
he has saved the Mutual hundreds of ofthousands ofthousands ci r rthousands
thousands of dollars Fields rtwlares rtwlaresthat ri eelare eelarethat 1RrS 1RrSthat
that the stories concerning rhe he House Houseof Huseof t tof
of Mirth at Albany are malicious lies liesand lietsand lietand
and that he never had any Business Businessrelations uSinessrelations usines usinesrelations
relations with Andrew H Hm Huilton milt 1tin on The Th
His Eesignatio Resignatiou7lt It Is i Said d Likely to toBe toBet toBe
Be Presented to toJo to3oard Board rd of ofDirectors ofDiiecton ofDiiectors
DirectorsSPECIAL Directors DiiectonSPECfAiL DiiectorsSPECIL
Hiram Hjr D1 Tyree president preScf nt of the C C n
1 m a intii uta Ufe Insurance investment jQ i iset eUIIeIrt CUT
pany pan is i expected to t teciisr hi big reis re reI
uoii to the bowvd b08 g
recto = s tWa tr tao co
iirr at a special al inftetag RIeet lg caGcd < >
h snaighteii lghen I gh ten out ou t tb tbeHIwdJbIe t be squabble Jto Wfclc1 th ht h t
v m mirnny pany any has been toivov Kvolvi4I < l rr m
lime me LC Whether hether itr 1 Tyree will act acvj Crt
> g to tiie he vx < x e tjJ taJna ns of f ome t > of i
members rnO > I1 > ers o the lh < board rd remains rem iffls lft to b be
U ut they declared ecared iu lat t
1 e evealzig emteg that aat i e
wuld do o oTht oTht orht
Tht caH < Il for the special SH ciaJmeeUng meeting ih hiS
nituiiiK Pl 1n < e e out J pu u j < nort time ag K J
ifter tile trouble hui h l become ilecol so ir s J
mas Ijai tni dir dirlcl drctra cl r ra t tegn > egan g n to ti reilize uJ dras r
tu measiir m it1Ir > were IDtlCfSI >
tnecftseary ary to end tUq nq
discord I cord ocf O C ard for fo all iii lImp if po p08 peaeIb1 ebl blD °
There 1 here are a nun InE 1Iln in tfca 1 aiiecutaie air zesai lal who h are ar
among mrng th substantial bustae b JlJe men i jl jli i ii
i ih 1 h eommiI1ta Lummirit Umml njttS > s ml m waled they the live Uv ar 1r1 1r1I < l li
i these who arrived arhedin in j the til city y Y9terxprE3ed Y9ter terus >
Expressed a determination dt > tnnt 1 1t rh tb60 a af afrs tfof
firs rs ot the compatoj eom1 1J1 Full bv t Etraigh ztraigtit2fld
en t2fld nd d out outi outSeveral ourSeveral
i Several men m n we talked rf 1fr3 > i3 th the thecesor suf sufcesor u
cesor sor of Tyree but no defta defl1te ite te lnform intormn
i iMI n could be
obtard last night as 10 10vha l lno
1 vha no would be selected leet ectd d 3dr lf Tyre wo wOlI woitt woittnit sl < l ln 1nt
n nt > t he s seen en lart nikht nipt to affirm or den
this th report although he wa informal informaltrar inform informedLI d
trar LI aT a sntenient Si tement from him wrs w s dsslrori d frNL
Aricngr 0 rtrg the men mentioned U succeej u < e J
him are uC H J T Woelacott president nr
Th State S atc Bunk Bunk4k t Trust company at Lo Ls = i
Aigeles A gele2 A L Stone cashier of the Stai Staink Sta1nk Stank >
nk of Dillon Mont il < mt nt R T Stw St Steeerngn f
Ki E emsn Mon Charles Webb oebb Htowari Htowaripresident fIbwarPd jkwariIpr1
president Pd pr1 fuezzt ellt of the a he Spring Valley Val y Wat Va r rcompany rempJn rcimpany
company at S San n Francteco nnd W Y S
j McCcrnidc banker of Salt Lake Gity Gityj CltyClans CIt CItClans
j Clans Have Gathcred Gathcred03t Gathered GatheredI
I A7i 03t > 3t of the members of the tJieD board ard n f
i directors who will attend the t meeclng
i arrived in the city eit yest yesterdfaftrnoori yesterdfaftrnooriand fSted1 rdajraft tternooi1 tternooi1and rnoon
I and the major ponies of them are guest luestga
I ai a the Vllson 11011 Mr Tyree did not n t arri arriv6 arriv6urtil e eurtii t turtlllast
urtii urtlllast last niyht ni iht M ardr 1 he went werttmm teimdiatev tateV
I to the th office or the thecompa xompftnjr mp1y in the Atlas Atlasj
j burldiiig The different diff rtnt cliques held cau caui caucaEes cs cscues
i cures to dircusa di cu8 the tb situation fom ther therj t therrepectlve fr frrepecUve
j respective standpoints standpol Whether V yethe etber Tyrpe Tyreeagieed r a aagtced
agtced reed to retire r Hie JTo Crthegwirf IL th t aHHcf rti thChu thChuless busi busis i
1 less s ofthe of f theomtwllly the comnnTfjrftsaWrrot ccnirmfly cUIdr sii1d xot t benilely be oc dcfl dfInitely
i riteiy learned Jearn 1 The he statIrleftt slat err eat was Wit m md d
I thai he cjm 1m i h Salt L Lftkp k from Sai
i Franeisco P ane o det de demined mined mintd to st stnd nd out t the thet theh
t h t tt I against CJ iin nt t the wieh w h > > of some om of f th
I board Ke was W 1S ele el eltqed ned by hu th thf e ctockhoM stekhoMp
t er p v r4 4 it itih I I uiqHeloA U uMl tiUH irnot rnot lt
b < dpoc de depod 4 fey > H atqt Ht
I qt t bo > d h 1 r I r5ZjD + slco D tRelM flf > ar rd Ms II IMo powr pow powoi powrr
f ot oi coijthigr ctm t1ng trfs 1ttsut 1tl wffccuayor ptrCeaerr 01 01t 7 7i
r t f T TSt L LStfltt
St Stfltt l arr f ftTnr jdllllh faie edlr j P PMurr PMrrv
Murr Mrrv ot Dt TIIlou Jon 1i t bt gn gnIn 01ng
i Injrs In ng Mont H J 1 oollacott and andyHt T W TV TVi WVIe
i VIe yHt of f LOS Lo Angle n5 les Gror Gore Am Amos AmosI < > s shnros
< hnros earp uurpv ard < Dr V McGUlvcuddv McGUlvcuddvi cGIiIveuddt cGIiIveuddttf
i tf f San Franrfsco Frall J T P Reid of Bozeman Bosmani Bozemanllont BoemanMont
i Mont sad 1d F e J Tntn nsen of Mt it Pleasant PleasantI Pleasanttah Pleasantltab
I rtah tah Uavia iicJsaTS l n Pl15C r CYninclsC CYninclsCone Francisco FranciscoI
I on one of the nUvnwFS nU tttwr1H4s for r the com companand compan coinpanand pan panand
and George F Stott manager man gPr of th thi thes ths thsWestern
i Western es ern Agency comoany C > > 11oan which has ha < a acontract acontract acontract
contract to furnish furn h business for the life lifeinsurance lifeint1ra1ee
I insurance in u11l e combanv coJuneni are aiaphith tlW al1 fn the city cit citFlauk cityFrank
Frank Pierce of Salt S U raife < colkifefer hA5 r Cor or the thgeompanv th theeompatw
eompanv ompal will be present at toe n meeting moeetlngV > eetlnsr eetlnsrW
I W V S McCornick M Co nck of Salt Lake who Is a adirector adir adirector
director dir tor wil wi attend He declared d laed last lastnipht lastnlSht lastnight
night that he had not heard of his name namebfinjzr namfhfinS namehing
bfinjzr mentioned in connection conn tlon w with lth the thepresidency thepresidency thepresidency
presidency and that he did not know knowTyree knowTyree knowTyree
Tyree was expected pxpectedto to reslg rsl rslThe resign resignThe i iThe
The telephone In Trees office was waskept waskcpt
kept 1 pt busy bus until late last night as the thepresident thepresd
I president presd nt was w culled up U by the tb different differentcllQuer differentcliqueE differentcikiuef
cllQuer Dr McGillycuddy M Gtnycudd Is s said fd to stand staniout standout standout
out for the resignation resi aUon of Tyree T ree and andwhen andwhen andwhen
when these two meet this morning thEre thEremy theremay >
may be some discussion between them themovor thErnov thetaover
over ov r the action of Dr McGillycuddy llcGm cudd to toward toward toward ¬
ward Tyrees T rees stenographer in their office officein officein
in San Francisco Dr McGillycuddy 19 19vioepreeident Ievieepreeident loyleepresident
vioepreeident and the story goes g s that thatwhile thatwhlle thatwhile
while Tyree T ree was absent in Chicago last lastmonth lastmonth
month the presidents stenographer was wasgiven wasgiven wasgiven
given orders that she should not open openthe openthe openthe
the companys mail He received a curt curttelegram urtl urtltelegram
telegram from Mr Tree informing him himthat himthat himthat
that he could be removed from office by b bthe by bythe
the president and In effect to o look more moresharply moresharply
sharply to his conduct conductDREAM cond1ctDREAfJl condactDREAMOF
+ New York YorkApril April 6 6Talter 6TalterFoster Walter +
4 + Foster 18 years of age shot his his16yearold 4 4 416yearOld
4 + 16yearold wife Mergaret today todayand todayand +
4 + and then turned his revolver revolverf revolveragainst revolveragainst +
+ f against himself The girl was wasonly 4 4only
+ only slightly Injured Foster will willdie 4j + j jdie
+ die The young wife had left him himand 4 4 4and
+ and refused to return returni 4 4contingent + 1
i + t 4444 + 4444Ie44 66 + + 4444 + t tcontingent 44 44contingent
contingent fund of 600000 Fields said saidwill saidwill
will 111 be satisfactorily explained explainedSays explainedSays explainedSays
Says Trustees Lie LieIn LieIn LieIn
In his statement Mr Fields says saysAH sa saysAll s sAU
AH of those trustees of the Mutual Mutualwho Mutualwho Mutualwho
who are now pointing the finger of ofscorn j jscorn iSorn
scorn at me were aware II ware of all I wa3 wa3doing wa3doing wasdoing
doing in connection conn tion with legislativei legislativeirork 1e legislattveiwork slatlVe1 slatlVe1work
work for the Mutual and when thy thyty thpy5t thyay
5t ty that they the wer ignorant of the thecharacter thecl1araer thechnracer
character of my m work they t ey are saying S81hwhat sayngwhat
what if j is untrue
I am here to haJ1pge nall nge them in iner inverv
very er such statement they may mak makqr makor
01 rrvo S made m de I dont propose that the thenen thenen Theuefl
nen associated with me In the Mutual Mutualshall Mutualshall llutualhaJ1
shall haJ1 destroy my refutation re utatio to furrb furrbticir furtll furrltleir
ticir l r own private ends T am prepared preparedto prepae l lto
to tell the truth no matter whom it itmay Itma Itmay
may ma hurt be his position high or low 10
The Dollar llai Man Comes tQ tothe tothePublicSchools the theP
PublicSchools P PublichoolsPupils u bli c B c h 00 I S SPupils T5r T5rx =
x 1 1fupils
Pupils and teachers must be beIf besupplied Gu Gusupplied
If supplied with the Monday MOll lqyH Her HeraIde er erald K K4vald
4vald aIde The Dollar Man will call calland calland calland
and ask for it Hewants to buy
Twenty Monday Heralds for forTwenty forTwenty
Twenty Dollars Doll DoIIarsMouda rs
NlfundaY AI < sP Per aDer1lns Thisiime oJ nm
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