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1 oA1 Jimmy meets Adolph Adolphand T Do not strain a point or O lose losesight I loseI se seandjf
I 1k andjf and strange asjt as it may mayseem HE SALT LAKE HERALD HERALDEstablished sight of the truth to o he orig original ong ongJ ¬
J seem Jimmy forgetsto fotgets to inal m l Originality is IS a good goodthing goo
I Hurry Sundays Funny thing g but bu not worth the sacri sacrifice sacn sacnS sacnI ¬
I Section S ec t Ipn I floe of facts
Established June Q3 6 1870 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH = f SATURDAY APRIL
I 14 1906 12 1 2 PAGES price Five Cents CentsI
PEOPLE REJOICE I IAI IAT
AI DANGER PAST PASTChurches
Churches of Naples Thronged ThrongedWith ThrongedWith ThrongedJt
With Devout Citizens Who WhoJoin WhoJoin WhoJoin
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Join in Thanksgiving ThanksgivingVESUVIUS ThanksgivingVESUVIUS
VESUVIUS LESS AGITATED AGITATEDSCIENTIST AGITATEDSCIENTIST
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SCIENTIST PREDICTS COMPLETE COMPLETECESSATION COMPLETECESSATION COMPLETECESSATION
CESSATION CESSATIONNaples CESSATIONNaples CESSATIONNaplos
Naples April 13 13No No better evidence evidenceof
of the improved conditior of affairs affairsIn affairsIn
S In the thcsoc section on affected by the eruption eruptionof
of Mount Vesuvius can be presented presentedthan presentedthan presentedthan
than the following telegram from Di Director Director
rector Mattcucci sent this eveningfrom eVenhlbfrom evening
from the observatory on the side of ofthe ofthe
the volcano volcanoLast volcanol VolcanoLast
l Last night and today the theacthlty theacthltyof activity activityof
r of Vesuvius and the agitation at the thesurface thesurface
surface of the volcano sensibly dimin diminished diminished ¬
ished Electric discharges ceased to today today toilay ¬
day and the discharge was less abun abundant abundant ¬
dant From the presumed formation formationof
of the crater and an 1 other indications indicationsand indicationsand
and if the news coming comlngto to me is true trueof trueof
of 0 the cessation of lava at Bcscotre Bcscotrecase Boseotrecase
S l case I predict without reserve that thatIn thatin
In two or three days volcanic calm calmwill ealmwill calmwill
will reign
Day of Thanksgiving ThanksgivingThe
The publication of this assuring dis dispatch dispatch dispatch ¬
patch has brought joy to the people peopleand peopleand peopleand
and tonights Good Friday services at atthe atthe
the churches which were attended by
r large congregations took the form of offcrvent offrent offtrvcnt
fcrvent thanksgiving for dangers past pastConditions pastConditions
Conditions at Naples were so much muchbetter muchbetter
better today that the people were al almost almost almost ¬
most incredulous of the tales of terror terrortold terrortold terrortold
told by those who had escaped from fromtho fromtht
tht towns vilagcsand vUagcs and country farther fartherwithin fartherwithin
within the zone of devastation The Theweather Theweather Theweather
weather was fine fin and the wind had hadshifted hadhlfted hadshifted
shifted so that the clouds of ashes
from the volcano instead of envelop ¬
ing Naples were carried in the direc direction direct direction ¬
tion t of Caserta The apprehensions of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the populace gave place to a smiling smilingconfidence smilingonfidonee smilingconfidence
confidence in which there was no re rcflecti reflection ¬
flection flecti n of the terror which had pre prevailed prer re reaiJed ¬
r vailed for the past week AveekRecovering weekRecovering weekRecovering
Recovering the Bodies BodiesBut BodiesBUt BodiesBut
But in inoUier other quartersthero is no os escaping oscaplnSfrom oscaping ¬
caping caplnSfrom from the awful evidence of the thevolcanos th thYOlcall0S theolcauos
volcanos fury At Boscotrecase the theexhumation theexhumation theexhuniatTon
exhumation of the dead is being car caradvanced carriMG
riMG wi iagtt1Jo iagtt1Joa carthe the
44 advanced a vanced state of decomposition of the
x Corpses orPse are unable to work more than thann I Iil
n hour at a time The work is i on0 Ol on ond
d Af f great firi financial riciIal cost cost as s well vcW as of
I danger and arduousness to those en engaged enaged ¬
I gaged in it Many of the bodies are aremerely aremerely t tmerely
merely shapeless unrecognizable unrecognizablemasses unrecognizablemasses t tmasses
masses of flesh fle h and bones while others othersare othersare 3 3are
are but little disfigured As quickly quicklyas quIeklr
r as possible they are burled in quick quickT ¬
T lime to lessen as far as may be the th
danger of epidemic None but those thoseengnged thoseengnged thosengnged
engnged in the work of recovering the thecorpses thecorp thccorpses
corpses corp es are permitted in the vicinity vicinityTen vicinityTen vicinityTen
Ten Years to Restore Land LandAfter LandArtcr LandAfter
After the last eruption eru > tion which oc occurred occurred ocpe ¬
pe curred in 1S7 the land covered by cin cm ¬
ders did not produce crops for seven sevenyears sevenyellrs severyears
years and the losses in this respect respectalone respectalone t talone
alone averaged aYera fd OOOOOOO yearly It 1 t
Is I believed that lh jt U jilt ill take ten years yearsto yearsto I Ito
to bring the land under cultivation cultivationagain cultivationagaIn i iagain
again againThe agaInThe againThe
The people as a demonstration of oftheir oftheir o f
4 their gratitude for the sympathy which whichled 1 1led
led to the French squadron being sent sen t
here enthusiastically greeted the titi i
French soldiers when they the landed landedThe landedThe landedThe
The Duke of Abruzzi arrived today toda todain V
in his motor car He had passed passedthrough passedthrQugh passe 1
through the ash belt and was W s hardly hardlyrecognizable hardI hardIrecognlzpble hardIrecogniztbIe 7
recognizable being covered with ashes ashesand ashesandcinders S Sand
and andcinders cinders He will soon sail on hta htaprojected h s sprojected Sprojected
projected tour of exploration in South SouthAfrica SouthAfrIca l lAfrica
Africa
CEASED TOVOMIT FIRE FIREMount FIREMount FIREMount
Mount Vesuvius No Longer Gives GivesSigns S SSigns
Signs of Life LifeNaples LifeNaples Lifet f
t Naples April 13 13Th The < period p < riod of dan danger danser danger ¬
ger has passed pas ed and only desolation desolationand desolationRnd desolatioiand
and slowly declining panic remain remainMount remainMount remainMount
Mount Vesuvius has ceased to give any anysign anyign all IT ITsign
sign of life The volcano seems to have havespent havespentftself hay C Cspent
spent spentftself itself in one enormous convul convulsion convulsion convulslon ¬
sion Director Matteucci who heroic heroically heroically heroically ¬
ally holds his post in theobservatory theobservatorybelieves the observato observatobelieveR
4 believes that the eruption has ended endedand endedand endednd
and nd every outward out wurd indication confirms confirmsthis conflnnsthis
this view No more rumblings come comefrom comefrom corn C
4 from the bowels of the earth giving givingterrifying gIvingterrifying gIvin gIvinterrifying
terrifying warning to the inhabitants inhabitantsThe
The volcano is hidden behilid a thick thickcurtain thickclrtain it
curtain of smoke which rises rses from the thecrater thecrator Ui Uicrater e
crater and then spreads and falls en enveloping eneloping enS enveloping ¬
S veloping a vast circle in semidarkness semidarknessNaples emidarknessNaples
Sc Naples is just beyond h yond this circle and andtoday andtoday an antoday d
today the city clt was bathed in sunshine sunshinewhile sunshinewhile C Cwhile
while the ugly black pall hung to the thewestward th e
westward over a belt midway between betweenRome betweenRome betweeRome n en I
Rome and Naples NaplesContinued NaplesContinued NaplesContinued
Continued on Page 2 i
SMOOTS S MOOTSSIDE SIDE UFTHE UF OFTHE
THE CASE HEARDI HEARDIArguillent HEARDIrgument
Argument A of otA A S Worthington Worthingtonin
in Defense of Senators SenatorsRight SenatorsRight SenatorsRight
Right to His Seat SeatSOME SeatI SeatSOME SeatOME
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SOME S OME QUESTIONS ASKED ASKEDBRIEFS ASKEDBRIEFS ASKEDRIEFS
BRIEFS B RIEFS WILL BE FILED SOME SOMETIME SOMETIME SOMETIME
TIME NEXT WEEK WEEKWashington WEEKWahington WEEKWashington
Washington April 13 131he The final finalargument finalargument finalrgument
argument a in the investigation of pro protests proests
tests t against Senator Reed Re d Smoot be being being beng ¬
ing I ng permitted to retain his seat was was wasmade vasmade
made today before the committee on onprivileges onprivileges onrivileges
privileges p and elections bv A S
Worthington counsel for the Utah sen senator senator ¬
ator a tor For the
first time since the pre proceedings preceedings preeedings ¬
ceedings c were begun three years ago ago1rs
Mrs 1rs Smoot attended the session of the thecommittee thecommittee theommittee
committee c The number of spectators spec spectatorsas < 1tors 1torswas
was w as much less than during the Utah Utahsenators Utahsenators Utahenators
senators s arraignment arraignmentIn
In opening Mr Worthington took up
the t he subject of Mr Ir Smoots qualifica ¬
tions t to serve as a senator and fol ¬
lowed l this thi by citing authorities in sup ¬
port p ort of o his contention that it requires requiresa requiresa
a twothirds vote of the senate to oust
Mr lr Smoot
Smith Is Eligible EligibleAnswering EligibleAnswering EligibleAnswering
Answering Mr Carlisles argument
that t hat Utah might far
go so as to send
President Joseph F Smith to the sen senate senate senate ¬
ate Mr Worthington said that if such suchshould suchshould
should s be the case he should be per permitted permitted ¬
mitted to serve if he gave up his plural pluralwives pluralwives pluralwives
wives and lived only with his legal wife wifen
In I n the event that Smith should fall to
live l ive in obedience to the laws said Mr
Worthington then he should be ex expelled expelled cxpelled ¬
pelled Mr Worthington pointed out
that t Mr Ir Smoots life had been blame blameess ¬
less l ess and that he is a lawabiding citi citizen citizen citizen ¬
zen in every sense of the word wordIt wordIt wordIt
It was contended by Mr Worthing Worthingon ¬
ton t on that plural marriages are no longer longerperformed longerperformed longerperformed
performed with the sanction of the
Mormon church He said that Utah
had been raked and scraped and the theplural theplural theplural
plural marriagesbrought to light since sincethe sincethe
the manifesto would not amount to toone toone toone
one a year and that these offenders offendersare
are now virtually viltuaJJ fugitives from jus ¬
tice
Smooths Smoot s Religious Belief BeliefTaking BeliefTakiiig BeliefTakit
Taking Takit up Mr r Sinoots confession l onfcssionthat
that he hehaJieed believed in divine revelations
Mr Worthington compared this belief beliefwith belieryHhserYicCSinother beliefwjt1i
with yHhserYicCSinother services in inother other 6hurolu ohttroheew churoheewber 5 5divine > feer
divine guidance is sought and argued arguedthat arguedthat arguedthat
that Mr Smoots belle Is the satne as asthat tisthat
that of followers of other creeds creedsSenator creedsSenator creedsSenator
Senator Knox and some other mem members mombers ¬
bers of the committee interrogated Mr MrWorthington lr lrVorthington
Worthington concerning the alleged allegednecessity allegednecessity allegednecessity
necessity of members of the Mormon Mormonchurch Mormonchurch Iormonchurch
church of obtaining church consent to tobecome tobecome tobecome
become candidates for public office officerr officeMr
Mr rr Worthington read from rom the church churchrule churchrule churchrule
rule as laid down in the Moses Thatch Thatcher ¬
er case and ar d construed this to mean meanthat meanthat ineanthat
that if a high church official desires to tobecome tobecom tobecome
become a candidate for public office officeor officeoJ
or to be excused exc sed from duty dut in connec connection connection cotinection ¬
tion with his church position if it con conflicts conflicts confilets ¬
flicts with duties to the public publicCase publicCase publicCase
Case of Frank Cannon CannonIt
It was argued by Mr Ir Worthington Worthingtonthat Vorthingtonthat rortJjnSton rortJjnStonthat
that everything ev rything that has been charged chargedagainst chargedagainst chargedagainst
against the Mormon church in the way Avayof wayof wayof
of activity in politics and business was wasknown wasknown wasknown
known when Utah was admitted as a astate ustate astate
state and that one of the first sena senators senators senatorS ¬
tors from Utah was Frank J Cannon Cannonwho Cannonwho Cannotiwho
who was a Mormon and more subject subjectto
to criticism than Mr Ir Smoot can be beand beand beand
and yet no protest was made against againsthim againsthim againsthim
him himOne
One witness who attempted to testi testify testIfy ¬
fy 13 concerning the endowment house houseceremonies houseceremonies houseceremonies
ceremonies was criticised by Mr MrWorthington MrWorthington tr trVorthlngt
Worthington n as is disreputable He Heclosed Heclosed Heclosed
closed at 1205 oclock oclockChairman oclockChairman j
Chairman Burrows inquired when whencounsel whencounsel j jcounsel
counsel would be ready with their theirprinted theIrprInted theirprinted
printed arguments It was disclosed disclosedthat disclosethat disclosecithat
that both Messrs Worthington and andCarlisle andCarlisle andCarlisle
Carlisle weregoing were solng out of the city and andthat andthat andthat
that the printed arguments could not notbe notbe notbe
be furnished before the middle of next nextweek nextweek nextieek
week It is expected a date for a vote voteon voteon voteon
on the case will be fixed by the com committee commIttee cornmittee ¬
mittee soon afterward afterwardREPUBLICANS afterwardREPUBLICANS afterwardREPUBLiCANS
REPUBLICANS FOR SMOOT SMOOTPrediction SMOOTPrcdiction SMOOTPrediction
Prediction as to the Way the Com Committee Committee Cornrnittee ¬
mittee Will Line Up UpSpecial UpSpecial UpSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldWashington HeraldVashlngton HeraldWashington
Washington D c April 13 iProceed iProceedings Proceed Proceedings Proceedin ¬
ings in s in the Smoot case before the senate sensitecommittee senateco senatecommittee
committee co nmlttee have finally nnall closed and after aftercorrection aftercorrection aftercorrection
correction of the record by counsel of ar arguments aruments aruments ¬ i
guments uments which they promised to com complete cornplete ¬
plete plete by b Tuesday or Wednesday Ycdnesda next nextthe nextthe nextthe
the committee will have an opportunity opportunityto
to vote ote upon Smoots guilt or innocence innocenceAttorney innocenceAttorney innocenceAttorney
Attorney A S Worthington who closed closedhe closedhe closedbe
he case today for Smoot made a clear clearut clearut clearut
ut argument for his client and it is isfreely isfreely
freely freel predicted that all Republican mem members members ¬
bers of the committee with the exception exceptionof exceptionofChairmafl mornI I
of Chairman Burrows will vote for Smoot SmootContinued SmootContinued SmootContinued
Continued on Page 2
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though and ask for the morn 1110rni morning
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GOVERNUR HAS HASSUPREME
SUPREME POWER POWERI POWERColorado I I
Colorado Executive Can SusI SusIpend Sus Suspend ¬
pend Habeas Corpus at atWill atWillCourts I IWillCourts
Will WillCourts Courts Powerless PowerlessDenver PowerlessDenver PowerlessDenver
Denver April 1C lChief Chief Justice Gab Gabbert Gabbert Gabbert
bert of the state supreme court ycster ycsterday y < ster sterday
day d ay filed a supplemental opinion inthe intheMoyer in the theMoyer
Moyer case It is generally g conceded concededthat concededthat
that t this new opinion will take prooo prooodence pro a adence
dence over the former majority opinion opinionas
as a s the latest expression of the court courtThe co rt rtThe
The chief justice declares decl3r s that the thegovernor thegovernor
governor of the state has the power pow r to tosuspend tosuspend
suspend habeas corpus at his discre discretion discretion dlscrelon ¬
tion t lon and that the courts cannot review reviewthe revewthe
the t action actionup actionJ
J bod of Q the new opinIon is taken takenup takenif
up i if ivitn lIt ffTiThxcerpts excerpts fiiT rom au a uimium II I 1 01 01Justice 0 0Justice
Justice Johnson in a case in the Phil Philippihe Fhllipplhe
ippihe i islands In which wl1t h the th power of ofthe ofthe
the governorgeneral governorgcner l to suspend suspen the theprivileges theprIvileges
privileges of the writ of habeas corpus corpusduring corpusduring
during a state of insurrection insurr ctlon In the theprovinc theprovine theprovinc
provinc of Batangas was upheld The Thechief Thechief
chief justice finds the case ase analogousto analogous u 1OgOt1S 1OgOt1Sto
to the situation presented in Colorado Coloradoduring Coloradoduring
during the labor troubles and an < i draws drawsconclusions drawsconclusIons
conclusions in which the he incarceration incarcerationof
of Charles H Moyer by the military is isupheld isupheld
upheld upheldSOME upheldSOME
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SOME UNJUST UNJUSTPROYISIONS PROVISIONS PROVISIONSSenator
Senator Clark of Montana Trying to toAmend toAmend toAmend
Amend Bill Hep Repealing eating Tim Timber Timber ¬
ber and Stone Act ActSpecial ActSpecial ActSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldWashington HeraldVashinbton
Washington April 13 13West 13Western 13Westernmembers Western Westernmembers rn rnmembers
members of congress are not entirely entirelysatisfied entirelysatisfied entirelysatisfied
satisfied with the bill reported from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the senate committee on public lands landsrepealing landsrepeal1ng landsrepealing
repealing the timber and stone act and andproviding andproviding andproviding
providing a method for its disposal by bypublic b bpublic bypublic
public sale of timber Amendments are arebeing arebeing arebeing
being offered in the senate to correct correctwhat correctwhat correctwhat
what are deemed unjust provisions pro isions of ofthe ofthe
the bill as reported and now on the thesenate thesenate thesenate
senate calendar calendarOne calendarOne
One of these by Senator Clark of ofMontana ofMontana
Montana provides that all withdraw wlthdravals wlthdraals
als of lands for proposed forestry pur purposes purposes purposes ¬
poses heretofore made and from which whichno whichno L
no forest reserve has been created art arthereby ar arhereby
hereby vacated and set aside and such suchwithdrawals suchwithdrawals suchwithdrawals
withdrawals restored to public domain domainalso domallJalso
also that reservation of timber lands landsherein landsherein landsherein
herein contemplated shall not in any anymanner anymanner an anmanner
manner affect or restrict the rights of ofpersons ofpersons ofpersons
persons states or corporations now ex existing exIsting cxisting ¬
isting under any special law or grant grantof grantoC grantof
of congress and all filings pr r claims claimsheretofore clalm5heretofore claimheretofore
heretofore initiated shall be beadjudI beadjudIcated b adjudi adjudicated ¬
cated us tS s if this act had not been beenpassed beenDassed beerDassed I
Dassed passedSenator DassedSenator DassedSenator
Senator Heyburn has introduced an anamendment anamendment aramendment
amendment providing that no further furthetforest urtherforest
forest reserves rcs nes shall be created by ex executive cxecutive ¬
ecutive order or proclamation within withinthe withll1the with1ithe I
the state of Idaho other oth r than by direct directenactment directenactment direcienactment
enactment of congress Also an amend amendment amendment i
ment proposing that 20 per cent of the thefunds thefunds thcfunds
funds derived from sales sal of timber timbershall timbelshall timbershall
shall be paid to the state in which w ieh the tnetimber tl1etimber thetimber
timber is c sold so d for 4 0 educational pur purposes purposes purposes ¬
poses 30 per cent for ur loss to states in incident Incident incident ¬
cident to withdrawal of lands from im improvement improvement improvenient ¬
provement and taxation a hair of so soper 0 oper
per cent to go to countiosj countie in which whichwithdrawals whichwithdrawals whIchwithdrawals I
withdrawals of timber land are made madeThe madeThe madeThe
The remainder of the fund derived derivedfrom derivedfrom derivedfrom
from sales to be turned into the na national national national ¬
tional irrigation fund fundSTIFF fundSTIFF fundSTIFF
STIFF SENTENCE IS PASSED PASSEDGreene ASSEDGreene
Greene and Gaynor Sent Up for Four FourYears FourYears FourYears
Years and Fined 575
74990 Each EachSavannah EachSavannah EachSavannah
Savannah Ga April 13 13Judge 13JudgeSpeer 13JudgeSpeer Judge JudgeSpeer
Speer in the United States court today todaysentenced to todaysentenced ay aysentenced
sentenced Greene and Gaynor each to toa toa toa
a term of four years m the penitentiary penitentiaryand enitenthrv enitenthrvand euitentiaryand
and to a fine of 575i49 57574990 0 the th amount amounteach amount amounteach ainoun ainouneach
each is i charged with having fraudu fraudulently fraudulentI frauclulently ¬
lently lentI obtained from the United States Statesgovernment S Statesgovernment ates atesgovernment
government Imprisonment is to be in inthe inthe inthe
the federal prison at Atlanta AtlantaThe AtlantlThe AtlantaThe
The defense will file a bul of excep exceptions exceptions exceptions ¬
tions and they asked sked for nn In order cf ofthe cftl1e cfthe
the court extending to thirty days dasth dasthtime ihe ihetime th thtime
time permitted counsel for Qr preparing preparingthis
this bill bi11whtch which hichwlrbe vviir be e very verTvol ery voluminous voluminousand vol mfno118 mfno118and lIiIioui lIiIiouind
and nd that the order act actits as a asupers superseileas superSee < cils s
H 1SFINGERIN 1SFINGERINI RIN
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lEGISLAJIVE PIE p president I
j jPresident
President P Still Holding Confer Conferences Conferelices Conferences ¬
ences at White House on onRailroad onRailroad onRailroad
Railroad Rate Bill BillWashington BillVashinston BillWashington
Washington April 13 13natroad Railroad late latelegislation I tateegislation atelegislation
legislation l again was a topic of Im Important important miortant ¬
portant p ortant discussion today at the White WhiteHouse Whiteouse VhneHouse
House H ouse The president presid nt talked over the thesubject thesubjcct theubject
subject s with Senator SenatorNelson Nelson of Mine Minnesota 1innesota ¬
sota s ota one of the stanch stanchsuppuricrs supporters of ofrate ofrate ofate
rate r ate legislation legislationand and later discussed it itwith itwith itith
with w ith Senators Simons and Overman erman of ofNorth ofNorth oforth
North N orth Carolina CarolinaThe CarolinaThe CarolinaThe
The president suggested su ete l to Senator SenatorNelson Senat Senatorelson l lNelson
Nelson N elson that tha in his judgment it would wouldbe woulde
be b e wise to toatta attach h to the Hepburn mil ltilleith lulltor milator
eith h H n ntor
ator a tor Simons 5r di < that fJ at by S Senator nacor Mallo Mallory Malloy IaUo IaUory
ry r y of Florida both of which wht h are de designed llesigned Ic Icigned ¬
signed s to prevent unusual delay in the theconsideration theconsideration theonsideration
consideration c of applications for tem temporary temporar temorary ¬
porary porar p orary injunctions injunctionsThe
The proposed amendments provide providethat providethat
that t hat proceedings proce dings for preliminary in injunctions iiiunctions ¬
junctions j must be begun be un before the rate ratexed
fixed fi xed by the commission goes oos into in to of efeet f ffeet
feet f eet The complainant must begin beginproceedings beginproceeding beginroceedingi
proceedings p within fifteen days after afterany afterany afterny
any a ny given rate fixed by the commission commissionand
and a nd the notification has been received eceiw >
Ten T en days are re then allowed for the ink inkng 1
ing i ng of testimony and return o of papers papersn I
In I n thirtyfive days all the thefscts fa cts In the thecase thease
case c ct ase must be ready read for submission l to
ci the t he court on a motion for a temporary temporarynjunction
injunction injunctionSuch injunctionuch i njunctionSuch
Such uch an amendment it is believed fiy y
the t ti he advocates of rate regulation would wouldnsure
insure i nsure a speedydetermination speedy determination of any anygiven anybiven anygiven
given case and would prevent pr v2nt the de doays ¬
ll lays l ays which they fear It is regarded as
likely l that such an Amendment amendm nt may ma be beadopted bcadopted beadopted
adopted adoptedBANDIT adoptedBANDIT adoptedBANDIT
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BANDIT KILLED BEFORE BEFOREHE
HE TURNED TURNEDHIS HIS TRICK TRICKButte TRICKButte TRICKButte
Butte Mont April 13 13A A Boxenian BoxenianMont nm BozernanMont man manMont
Mont dispatch dis tatch to the
InterMountain InterMountainsays InttrIpuI tain tainS I Iays
says S ays S A man about 25 5 years old oldsmooth oJdsmooth oldmooth
smooth s face and dark hair but with no noother noother
other o marks for itieutiication entl Cntion was wasstruck wasstruck wa watruck
struck s st by a Northern Pacific Paific engine in inthe inthe I Ihe
the t he yards ards early this morning mOl nng and fa fatally fatally faally ¬
tally t injured He will die before re recovering recoverlri reovering ¬
covering coverlri c consciousoossi consciousoossiOn
On his rerson erson were w re found twentyfive twentyfivepounds tentyfivepound twerttyfivcppund
pounds of dynamite fuse caps etc etctwo etcwo
two t wo revolvers and an t black mask He Hewas Hewas Hcwas
was struck near a water tank tan Ie and evi evidently evidently ¬
dently his intention inten ion was to board the thetranscontinental thetranscontinental tllctranscontinental S
transcontinental train when t stopped stoppedthere stJppedthere i ithere
there for water wa ter and nd to dynamite the theexpress theexprcss thcexpicss
express nr nrKOREAN CIrKOREAN arKOREANLABORERS
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KOREAN KOREANLABORERS KOREANLABORERSMissoula LABORERS LABORERSMissoula LABORERSlIissoula
Missoula Mont April 13 30ne One hundred hundredKoreans hundredKoreans I IKoreans
Koreans arrived in Missoula today to towork tc tcwork
work on the Northern Pacific railroad
Owing Owin to th3 th extensive railroad r i1road building
In the west the railway Iailw y companies have hav havbeefl
been experiencing a labor famine The Theemployment Tit E Eemployment
employment of Koreans will be under undertaken undertaken undertaken ¬ I
taken as an experiment here
GOOD THING FOR i
MRS MRSPALMER PALMER I IWife
Wife of Insurance President PresidentAllowed PresidentAllowed
Allowed to Make an Hon Honest Honest ¬
est Dollar or Two TwoMilwaukee TwolIilwaukee
Milwaukee April 13 13The The most sen sensational sensational ¬
sational feature today of the t 1 examina examination cxa lina lination ¬
tion of the Northwestern Mutual Life LifeInsurance LIfeInsurance
Insurance company by y the special leg legislative legislative ¬
islative i investigation committee was wasthe wasthe
the production of documentary evidence evidencetending evidencetending
tending to show that Mrs Irs Henry L LPalmer
Palmer wife of the president 1Jr si ent of the thecompany thecompau
company was a frequent investor in inloans inloans inloans
loans on policies of the Northwestern NorthwesternMutual NorthwesternMutual orthwe8ternMutual
Mutual and that on one of these loans loansat loansr
at alqastnegotJated1u1SS2 lqast negotiatediaJLSSa < r t1atediul8Sa buLWm buLWmas butAvhien butAvhienwas
was as still running ih 1003 1 O she obtained obtainedan obtained
an interest rate of 8 per Con ceIL During Duringa
a portion of the time Mrs rr3 Palmer was wasobtaining wasobtaining
obtaining this interest rat s policy loans loanswere loanswere loanswere
were being made by the company Itself Itselfat
at an interest rate of G per cent centThe centThe I
The records of the th company for Its Itselection Itselection
election of 1904 were produced showing showingthat show showingthat g gthat
that a majority of the persons ersons who whovoted whovoted whovoted
voted proxies were not policyholders policyholdersof policT lolder lolderof
of the Northwestern Mutual and that thatthus thatthus thatthus
thus the rather strange situation situ 1tion was wascreated rar I
created of nonpolicyholders in the thecompany ihiccompany I
company actually electing the officers officerswho olli othcerwho ers I Iwho
who controlled the companys business businessCOMPROMISE LusiussGOMPROr businesss businessCOMPROMISE
s
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COMPROMISE GOMPROr ISE IS PROBABLE PROBABLEDowie PROBABLEI I 1 I 1I 1Dowie I
j
Dowie Likely to Take What He Can CanGet 1 1Get
Get Without Trying to Beat BeatVoliva BeatVoliva BeatVoliva II
Voliva in Court CourtChicago CourtChicago CourtChicago
Chicago April 13 l 13Peace Peace hovers over overthe ov ove < r rthe rthe
the warring factions that are endeavor endeavorins endeayoring endeavoring
ing to secure control of Zion City Cit This Thisstatement Thisstatement Thi S Sstatement
statement was authorized tonight toni ht by b the thelegal thelegal tb 0 0legal
legal advisers of both Dowie and Gen General General General ¬
eral Overseer Voliva After an allday alldayconference allda alldaconference ir irconference
conference Attorney Emil C Wetten rep representing reprcsentinS representing ¬
resenting Dowie said saidWe saidWe aid aidVe
We Ve are nearer a peaceful solution of ofthis ofthis o f fthis
this question tonight than we have been beenat beenat bee Ii Iiat 1
at any stage of the proceedings W We Wehave Vehavc e ehave
have changed chan ed our minds relative to the thefiling thefiling th C Ctiling
filing of a bill in equity declaring the thetransferring thetransferring th thtransferring
transferring of the ownership of the prop property property ¬
erty of Zion City by b Voliva to Deacon DeaconAlexander DeaconAlexander propa a i
Alexander Granger Gran er to be void and will willawait wIllawait wil wilawait Ii 1
await further developments Today as asa asa a S 5
a matter of formality formalit we filed a paper paperin paporIn papeIn Sr r
in the circuit court of Lake county of ofthis ofthis o othis
this state declaring that the power of at attorney attorney attorney ¬
torney granted to General Overseer Vol Voliva VoIIva VolIra ¬
iva by b John Alexander Dowie was abso absolutely absolutely absot ¬
lutely void inasmuch as Voliva had not notacted notactcd no t
acted in accordance with the th < instructions instructionsgiven instructionsgiven S 5
given him in reference to the execution executionof executioof n 1
of the powers delegated to him by b Dowie Dowieand Dowieand i
and had designed to transcend his au authority authority L iL ¬
thority and misapply the property asf of ofDowie ofDowie o oDowie f L
Dowie and that thereupon Dowie for forwarded forwarded foxwarded ¬
warded Voliva a telegram revoking the thepower thepower th thpower
power of attorney attorneyAccording attorneyAccording
According to the contestants the deci decision dcciof ¬
sion of O f the court upon the validity of tele telegraphic telegraphic ¬
graphic revocation xeYoca ion of the power 1 > ower of at attornev a atornev attorney
tornev will decide the question as to in inwhom inwhom
whom rests the th control of Zion City
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ANGLORUSSIAN ANGlORUSSIANENTENJE ENTENTE IS VIGOROUSLY PRESSED PRESSEDPurpose PRESSEDPurpose PRESSEDPurpose
Purpose Is to Join Russia France and Great Britain in a Triple TripleAllianc TripleAIlianc iripleAlliance
Alliance Against Germany GermanyDivis Division on of Persia Is IsPart IsPart IsPart
Part of the Plan
St Petersburg April 13 13Grcat Great Britain Britainhas Britainhas
has begun vigorously to press negotia negotiations negotiations negotiatlons ¬ I
tions tions for an AngloRussian entente with withthe withthe I Ithe
the purpose of completing the triple al alliance allIancc alhiancc ¬
liance of Great Britain France and Rus Russia Russfa Russla ¬
sia against Germany which has long longbeen longbeen longbeen
been the aim of British policy The de developments deelopments tievelopments ¬
velopments at the Algeclras conference conferencewhere conferencewhere conferencewhere
where Great Britain France and Rus Russia Russin Busida ¬
sin acted in unison and the participation participationof
of English bankers in the big Russian Russianloan RussianJoan Russianloan
loan furnish a practical and favorable favorablemoment faorablemoment favorablemoment
moment and Great Britain is striking strikingwhile strikingwhile strikingwhile
while the iron is hot Besides B sldes the Brit British BritIsh BritIsli ¬
ish government g vernment has recently given Russia RussiaprOQI Russianroof Russiaproof
her desire to settle outstanding outstandingdifficulties outstandingdifficulties
proof prOQI Ol of IlUl uconv VVF vw vwdifficulties
difficulties by inducing English En lIsh bankers bankersnot bankersnot bankersnot
not to take the Persian loan on the theground theground theground
ground that it might be regarded as pre prejudlcal prejudical prejudical
judical to Russian Interests InterestsFavored interestsFavored InterestsFavored
Favored by Witte WittexThesentiment WitteThesentlmenthere WitteThesentlrneflt
xThesentiment Thesentlmenthere here in favor of the en entente ententealso entantea1sohaSbCen ¬
tente tentealso tantea1sohaSbCen alsov has been aided by the declina decllnationokGermany declinatlonorGermany declinatjofGermaflytO
tionokGermany to participate in intho the Rus j
sian loan and by publications in Russia Russlhostile Russiahostile
hostile to Germany which have been di directly directly direetly ¬
rectly inspired from British sources sourcesCount sourcesC sourcesCOunt
Count C unt Lamsdorff and latterly Premier PremierWitte Premiertte PremierWitte
Witte tte have favored an AngloRussian en entente entente entente ¬
tente and the consummation is regarded regardedas
as practically certain The Th < pour parlers parlersbetween parlersbetween parlorsbetween
between the two governments thus far farhave farl1avc farhave
have only touched the questions relating relatingto relatlnlto
to the delimlnation of respective spheres spheresof
of influence including includin the apportioning
Persia Generally Generall speaking Great Brit Britof Britof Britof
of railroad and banking concessions In Inain inaln Inam
ain am wants the th southern and Russia the thenorthern th thnorthern thenorthern <
northern half of the country countryWill count1jWill countryWill
Will Beat Germany to Bagdad BagdadThere BagdadThcre BagdadThere
There Is reason to believe bell eye that when the theconsent theconsent theconsent
consent of Persia is secured the branch branchof
of the TransCaucasian railway now au authorized authorized nuthorized ¬
thorized to the Persian frontier will be beextended b bextended beextended < i
extended to Bagdad which point it is isestimated IssUmated Isestimated I
estimated < can be reached before the fa famous famous a amans ¬
mous German Bagdad road is completed completedWhen completedYhen completedWrhn
When the Persian question Is settled all allmatters allmatters allmatters
matters relating to the Indian frontier frontierwhich frontlerwhich frontierwhich
which constitute a source of otposslble possible mis misunderstanding misunderstandIng misunderstanding ¬
understanding namely the Afghan Pa Pamirs Pamirs Pamirs ¬
mirs and Thibet will be resolved re olv < < d
GREET KODAK MAN MANbVITH
WITH OPEN ARMS ARMSPictures ARMSPictures
Pictures of School Children Will WillBe WillBe WillBe
Be Bought Daily by The TheHerald TheHerald TheHerald
Herald HeraldFIRST HeraldFIRST HeraldFIRST
FIRST WILL APPEAR SUNDAY SUNDAYDOLLARMAN SUNDAYDOLLAR SUNDAYDOLLARMAN
DOLLARMAN DOLLAR MAN POSTPONES MON MONDAY MONDAY MONDAY ¬
DAY TRIP TRI P TO CLEAN HIS H IS YARD YARDThe YARDThe YARDThe
The Heralds kodak man is running a aclose aclose s L Lclose
close race with The Herald Dollar Man I
in popularity popularIt The Kodak Man is vlsitin
the various schools of Sal Saling san SaTtIilTTak Lake and tak
ing pictures of boys and girls
during re recess recess recess ¬
cess and before
class hours are com commenced commenced cornmenced ¬
menced He has called at several schools I
already to get snap shots of children He r
has no trouble in finding subjects Be ¬
fore he has ha adjusted his kodak for the
first picture he is surrounded by b a crowd
of clamoring boys and girls Before Before he
enters the grounds they see him coming comin
and in the words of the office boy
theres something doing at once
These bright faced youngsters crowd crow I
around the Kodak Man laughing and an
pleading to have their pictures taken The
Kodak Man secures a number of pictures
and a nd then continues on his journey
Commending Commen lng Sunday a picture of a I
school 8 5a < 11001 boy or girl will appear in The Her ¬
ald a 5P id each day Each child who calls in Ii I
person P at the th < business office and presents 3
a Herald containing his or her picture
will i it receive a silver dollar Watch for fo r
the t he Kodak Man ManMay ManMay ManMay
May Don Football Togs TogsThe TogsThe TogsThe
The Kodak Man Ian is already thinking se ¬
riously r JoUSl3 of donning
football togs while
on or t
his h is picturegetting
trips He receives an ax I
nthusiastic f e >
welcome
wherever he calls
The I he children see him focusing his kodak
then t there is a scramble to get a promi ¬
nent n ent position in front of the lens The Th
Kodak Man ran peeps through his finder
and a al nd sees a squirming wriggling mob of o f
little l people He H < sees all sorts of ex ¬
pe pectant p faces He is going to take doz ¬
ens e ns of individual pictures He does not no t
want more than one face on each plate
To obtain this result is a task attendee i
with Ith difficulties No sooner has he aimed aime I
his h is kodak at one lone little girl irl or boy ho V
than t the discovery is is made and before he h 3
can c ca an squeeze the bulb ulb scores of faces S
are a re reflected in the lens The children
scramble s and fight to set et in line of the tb
kodak k ka They rrhe swarm around him like bees S
around a honey hone They Thf > Y crowd behind him C
to t o shut off all avenues xYf > nues of escape esca1 > f > They The Theven
eh even e ven cling clh to his legs and coat O t to make P
his h iS canture surer Hard Indeed is the tb e
task t of the Heralds Kod KodAk k Man ManDollar MSUJDollar ManDollar
Dollar Man Explains ExplainsThe
The Dollar Man lal1 is busy making makin expla ¬
nations n of the announcement published d
s several days da s afo o Vhkh cJhi k < k saW aW thjaeUv th L
Man on next Monday lIond r would visit the t th e
schools s he had missed upon lust 1St weeks week
trip t rip The Dollar Mm I n forgot for ot that he had ha I
made arrangements to clean his front t
yard nrr and join jO J1 other wideawake widf > awake Salt Sal t
Lakerpin Lake Lakerr in obs obRfrin rvinar Arbor day da the day da daet
set s et aside by b the governor overnOl mayor and civ em h ¬
ic I c improvement league as a city house
cleanins c leanin day da daTonday
Monday is a legal holiday The Dollar r
Man fan suffering from a temporary temDrR ntt Jlttnck ck k
of absentmindedness overlooked the fact fac t
that t the schools would olose The date dat e
of his next dollar distributing sunshine sunshinesprewdincr snn bine binesprE
sprewdincr sprE s dinl trip will he announced later iatein re rearesdinin
In I n the meanwhile he IF olli oUint sr unlus UP his lawn lawnmoiver Jawnmor law ii iimower
mower putting a new handle > in iiis mke rak raknnd
nnd nd makinsr explanations I > to his friends friendsSIX friendsft friendsSIX
ft ftSIX
SIX PPRSOWS PJR PFRSOJSKII1FD OIl KILLFD KILLFDIN
IN CYCLONE IN TEXAS TEXASDallas TEXADallas r
Dallas April 13 lZSix Six
persons were wt wer > r e
killed and several Aver w r injured in it the Ut C
tornado that swept over Briggs Tex t
late yesterday yestc da A number of f buildings s
In the district were
destroyed At Cle I Iburne
burne the storm blew clown the hp grand grandstand grandstand gran I Istand
stand at the ball nark Jarl darinjr lurin the
pro progress progress u ugress ¬
gress of a l game Several praI persons pHr ons were wet ere O
injured but none killed ki1l d The heaviest heaviestrain Ieavi rt rtrain t train
rain in years fet in Dallas last nsht nshtand n ht htand t tand
and a general neral rain is
reported
over overnorthern uvcrIorthern OV r rrorthern
northern Texas TexasMURDERER TexasMURDERER TexasMURDERER
S
MURDERER HANGED HANGEDSacramento HANGEDSacramento HANGEDSacramento
Sacramento Cal April 13 13W v H i
Gray a negro who ho murdered Won Vong I
Fong a Chinaman in this city last fall fa jj
by crushing his skull with n piece nitregas of ofgas ofgas
gas pipe was hanged at 10 oclock oclo k this thismorning tIn lIt lItmorning
morning in the state prison at Folsom n
He mounted the
gallows
with < ourege uura e eand eand
and had no remarks to make before befo 0
the trap was sprung sprungCOCKRAN sprungCOCKRAN sprungCOCKRAN
COCKRAN FOR DEFENSE DEFENSEf DEFENSEBoise DEFENSEBoise
+ f Boise Ida April 13 J H Hadley + + +
+ 4 leading counsel for the state in the 4 +
+ 4 MoyerHaywoodPettibone murder murdercase 4 4
+ 4 case states this evening he lisa as re 4 + +
+ 4 liable information that the Western Yes tern + + f
4 4 Federation of Miners has retained f
+ 4 W Bourke Cockran to assist In the t 4
+ 4 defense defenset 4
t i + + + + + + + + 6 0 + 4
Baltimore April 13 13The The interstate interstatecommerce interstatecommerce
commerce commission met in this city cit cittOday citytoday
today to inquire Into the alleged al1eg d commun community COI1I cornmunIty 1un 1unity
ity of Interests between the interstate interstatecarriers InterstatecarrIers interstatecarriers
carriers and the coal and oil producers producersof
of the country countr Among Amon the witnesses to today toda today ¬
day da wis s Superintendent of Transportation TransportationArthur TransportationArthur TransportationArthur
Arthur C Hale of the Baltimore Ohio OhioMr OhIoMr OhioMr
Mr Hale admitted that coal is takeri out outof outof outof
of the mines by a company controlled by
the th Baltimore Ohio transported by b a acompany acompan acompany
company controlled bv the Baltimore BaltimoreOhio BaltimoreOhio BaltimoreOhIo
Ohio and distributed to retailers by a acompany acompany acompany
company in which the Baltimore Ohio OhioIs OhioIs OhioIs
Is interested either by b direct ownership ownershipor
or by b stock ownership or other control controlBought controlBought controlBought
Bought in Open Market MarketMr MarketMr
Mr Hale said he h < owned fifty flftshares shares of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Consolidated Coal companys stock stockand stockaud stockand
and 100 shares In the Fairmount F irmount Cot Coacompanj Cotcompan Coalcompany
company all of which he got In the open openmarket openmarket openmarket
market marketCaptain marketCaptaIn marketCaptain
Captain Alfred Hicks of Plttsburg Plttsburgpresident Plttsburgpresident
president of the Allegheny Steel company companyand companyand
and of the Interstate Steel company and andalso andalso andalso
also president pr sident or treasurer of several coal coalcompanies coalcompanies coalcompanies
companies testified that Vic President PresidentGeorge Pre9identGeorge PresidentGeorge
George L Potter of the Baltimore Ohio Ohiorailroad 0l1iorailroad Ohiorailroad
railroad formerly held 300 shares shat s In the theBelmont th thBelmont theBelmont
Belmont Coal company but soldit sold ol < tIt It two twomontjis twomonths twomontis
months ago to the witnessThe witness witnessThe Itness ItnessThe
The witness said that General G t l Manager
SALT S ALT lAKE ROUTE ROUTEOPEN ROUTEOPENTHROUGH
OPEN OPENTHROUGH OPENTHROUGHTracks THROUGH THROUGHTracks
Tracks Are Repaired and Ser Service Service Service ¬
vice Is Resumed AfterTie AfterTieUp Aft AfthITieUp brTie brTieUp
Up of Three Weeks WeeksI W WeekTRAINS eeks eeksTRAINS
I r < t tTRAINS
TRAINS ALL RUN RHNHODAY RHNHODAYRAPiD RUNTODAYRAPID TOD AY AYRAPID
RAPID RAPiD WORK WO K MADE OF THER THERCONSTRUCTION iHE HE Ri RiCONSTRUCTION R RCONSTRUCTION
CONSTRUCTION CONSTRUCTIONt
+ + t + + + + + + t + t + t + t + + + + 4 + 4 + 44 44Boyd + + + t + + t tBoyd
+ 1 BoydNevlApril Boyd Nev April 13 13To 4 4Jt 9To
+ To The Salt Jt Lake Herald HeraldOur HeraldOur
4 Our last bridge will be com completed 9 9pleted f
+ 4 pleted tomorrow and the Los 4 4f 4Angeles C CAngeles
+ f Angeles Limited will resume daily dailyservice 4 9 9service
4 + service leaving Salt Lake Sat 311turday Saturday
4 + + urday evening 9 9B +
4 + R E VTSLLS VEiLLSt 4 4i 4The
i M t t t M t t + + t 0 tt i MMMMMM MMMMMMj t t 9 9The +
j The Salt Lake Routes tracks in inad Xr Xrvada Xevada
vada ad are cleared clearedOfficial clearedOtncial clearedOfficial
Official announcement that train ser service service service ¬
vice would be begun today between betweenLos betVoeenLos betweerLos
Los Angeles and Salt Lake was re received rfceived received > ¬
ceived yesterday in the shape of
mes messages me mesages messages ¬
sages from General Freight and an Pas Passenger Passenger Passenger ¬
senger Agent E W Gillett in Los An Angeles Angeles Argeles ¬
geles gelesThe gelesThe gelesThe
The Los Angeles Limited will leave
Salt Lake this afternoon on former formerschedule formEschedule formerschedule >
schedule time 445 oclock and go
through to the coast The Los An Angeles Angeles Angeles ¬
geles Express the midnight train from
this city will pull out of the local de delot dfpot depot >
pot lot at 1201 a m tonight Trains
from Los Angeles will rIll leave that city
on schedule hours and proceed throughi throughio
to o Salt Lake Officials announce that
the damaged tracks have bean be re repaired rtpaired repaired ¬
paired carefully and trains will make
the through trip within a short time oC oCregular ofregular o oregular
regular hours of arrival at both ter terminals termlnals terminals ¬
minals Orders were received in Salt
Lake yesterday yesterdaYafternoon afternoon from the thacompanys thecompanys thecompanys
companys headquarters in Los Ange ¬
les to contract for all freight
perish perishable perishable perishable ¬
able included and to open sales nC <
tickets for today toda As there was wassmall as n nsmall asmaJl
small amount of work left to finish finishyesterday ftnishyesterday flushyesterday
yesterday Rxras it twas as not at first arranged
to put the Lo Loa Angeles Limited upon
todays hainrooyement train movement schedule bur bura bu bua
a second message mesSag received yesterday yesterdaafternoon yesterdayafternoon
afternoon ordered the Limited to t tplaced h hplaced hA hAplaced >
placed in operation this afternoon s J
the work had been finished a few hours hoursearlier hoursearlier hoursearlier
earlier than expected expectedVith expectedWith
With the exception of local trains trainsrun traInsrun trainsrun
run from A Acorns coma and recently opera
ly operated between Salt 1 rilf Laq and n l
Caliente no trains have l8Ve pased over
the Salt Lake routes tracks shu shieR
March 24 i4 On that date and the fol ¬
lowing day the tracks between Crest ¬
line and Moapa began to give way be beneath bpneath btneath ¬
neath the fury fur of heavy storms raging
in Nevada Trains which left Salt
Lake for Los Angeles March 24 Sat Saturday Sa Saturday t turday ¬
urday were unable to go farther than
Modena where > the tracks had been beenwashed beenwashed Efr Efrwashed
washed away a way by the torrents from inn innside thAside theside
side canyons can Qns The Thtse e poured over th thrails thrails tlirails
rails with terrific force carrying beds bedsand bedsand bedsand
and tracks on their surfaces Iik Iikstraws like IikAstraws likestraws
straws The line was honeycombed
for miles Reports came in slowly at
first as the telegraph tele ph wires had been beentorn bee beetorn beeitorn
torn down in places No news news could
be obtained although rumors said over OVPTICO 0 01CO
ICO miles of track had been washed washedaway 1astE wa8heiaway > 1 1away
away Later this was found to be an anexaggeration allexazgeration atexargeration
exaggeration of real re l conditions as asabout asabout asabout
about 75 5 miles of line had been af affected
I fected The washouts were scattered scatteredalong scatterfalong scatteredaiong
along different places for this dis distance distance distanee ¬
tance Owing to the distances between betweenthe beteenthe betweenthe
the numerous gaps work was rendered renderedslow renderidslo renderedslow
slow slo and tejious Before a pile driver driveror > r
or wrecking material of any anysort sort could couldbe coutrlbe couldbe
be taken to the worst washouts num numerous nunler nurnerous ¬
erous er us small sm n ones on 8 had to be repaired repairedIn rep ired iredIn
In many cases s shoofties shoo fties temporary
tracks laid around Rroun < l the damagel damagelpoints damageipoints > l
points were thrown up to expedite expeditethe expedIteth
the th work of putting the line into con condition condition condition ¬
dition Persons who visited the scenes scenesof seenf scenestrouble > S
of trouble tro ble reported frequent washouts washoutsfrom wasboutsfrom washoutsfrom
from ten yards ards to an equal number of ofrods otrods iftOdS
rods in length The canyons along the theline theHoe theline
line run at right ri h angles with the tracks tracksAs trackAs tracksthe
As the water came down through these thesegullies thesAgullies theset
gullies it t gained Ined such speed and pr prportions prfY prfYportions prsportions
portions before it t struck the tracks trackstliat tracksthat tracksthat
that it washed stone culverts bridge
foundations and gravel beds away awaywithout awaywithout awaywithout
without losing losin speed speedThe speedThe speedThe
The damage w s made greater by byprevious hypreVIous byprevIous
previous washoutswhich washouts which had left the thatracks thetraekt thetracka
tracks in a weakened condition Of
ficials of the road from all points went
to the scene of trouble at once aridconducted awlconducted arid andCofldueted
conducted the work of repairing Day Da
I by day the twisted rails were replaced rep HPl1
RAILROAD OFFICIALS OFFIGIALSJONTROL CmnROL THE COAL OA COMPANIES COMPANIESInterstate COMPANIESInterstate COMPAN1EInterstate
Interstate Commerce Commission Discovers Evidence of a
Community of Interests Between the Carriers and andthe andthe andthe
the Coal and Oil Producers
W v W v Atterbury Vice V VIe e President Thayer
Robert Pitcairn and Second Vice PreKi PreKirailroad
dent Jose Joseph t Wood of the Pennsylvania
railroad w ware re other officials who wJio had
held stock hi one or more mo of these com
imniee Captain Hicks testified that h hp
lad t > aid dividend to theae gentlemen Sentle n at
1nteryalsas Intervals as much as a h h4a thought
We Ve did not have a 8 proper
very thor thorough
s sys s
tern 3f > f bookkeeping he saJd saJdSome saJdSome saidSome
Some of Them Paid Paidtheir PaidDid PaidDed
Did thes people pay anything fo for
their stock asked Mr Glasgow < of Ijoun coun
sel for the commission
Some of them said Mr Hicks Iilf < ks
Some of the stock in these companies comP8 it t
was said was held in the names of the
wives and daughters of the men men m < tl ¬
tioned tionedThe tionedThe tionedThe
The inquiry will be resumed tomorrow tomorrowKNOW tomorrowI
I 0 0KNOW I IKNOW
KNOW BETTER NOW NOWChicago NOWChiea NOWChicago
Chicago Chiea o April 13 lThree Three bys H Henry nry
Poihanus Frank Ryan and Herbert HerbertGremle HerbertGrentl HerbertGrendie
Gremle ivhose hoe agc ages range from 31 1 TO
14 years eals were W e disfigured isfigul l for life today to ay
by the explosion ex toskt of a dyalimifo d n1tmit oar oartrjd eartrilge r rtrJ
trjd trJ trilge Ie to whlrh tey 11 set lt f f in a vacant vacantlot vacantl vacantlit
lot l t toThE They ThE > Y suffftteii UffeI ci huns and ll1 lingers lingersblown Lngerablown l1SVI3 l1SVI3blown
blown oft
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