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competitors shortcomings shortcomingsHusty Sunday Funny Seotion
Rusty Mikes jke Diary Established June 6 6J 1870 SALT LAKE a CITY IZ UTAH THURSDAY Y MAY 1 r 31 311906 1906 10 PAGES Price Five Cents I
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pOSTPONEMENT pOSTPONEMENTIS
I IS NOW LIKELY LIKELYProsecution LIKELYProsecution LIKELYProsecutionln
Prosecution in the Dynamite DynamiteCases DynamiteCases DynamiteCases
Cases Will Make a For Formal Fornlal Format ¬
mal Motion MotionDEFENSE MotionDEFENSE MotionDEFENSE
DEFENSE DEMANDS TRIAL TRIALSIX TRIALSIX
SIX MONTHS DELAY PROBABLE PROBABLEOUTCOME PROBABLEOUTCOM PROBABLEOUTCOME
OUTCOME OUTCOMESpecial OUTCOMESpecial E ESpecla1
Special t te The Herald by J L Priest Priestraldwe PritCald PriestCaldwell
Caldwell Cald aIda M Wy 0 Shi aIn Jn In spite of otthe ofthe ofthf
the staienitenttfC 5 stateMtant = G1f f Colonel CoIoDelTame8 James H HHawley HHawley HHawley
Hawley chief counsel for the prosecu prosecution pro prosecution ecu ecution ¬
tion in the Moyer Haywood and Pet Pettibone Pettibone Pettibone
tibone cases that he himself would wouldmake wouldmake Aouldmake
make make no motion for a discontinu discontinuance ¬
ance when the session eII ion of court is resumed re resumed refumed ¬
sumed tomorrow it is altogether prob probable probable probable ¬
able that a motion will Tm be bemtilde made and andthat andthat andthat
that the court will consider it with fa favor faor far ¬
vor r or there is little reason rc won to doubt The Theformal Theformal Theformal
formal motion will probably unless unlessthere unleSs1hpre unlessthere
there is a change in plans be made madeeither madeeith madeeither
either eith > r by W E Borah or County Co nly At Attorney Attorney Attorney ¬
torney Owen M Van Duyn DuynOnus u3n u3nOnus n nOnus
Onus Upon Prosecution ProsecutionThe
The court will as stated yesterday yesterdayrefuse yesterdaT yesterdayrefuse
refuse T fuse to act affirmatively on the suggestion sug suggpstion suggpsUon
gpstion made by Colonel Hawley that thatthe tb8tthe thatthe
the court itself put the cases over with without without without ¬
out a formal motion to that effect effectThat effectThat effectThat
That suggestion su estlon it will be remembered rememberedvas
vas as based b on the habeas corpus pro proceedings proe proceedings ¬
ceedings e > dlngs in the supreme court of the theTnited thernited thernited
rnited States and the unanimous opin opinion opinion opinion ¬
ion of the theattorneys attorneys that all proceed proceedings proceedIngs proceedIngs ¬
ings had prior to the determination of ofthose ofthose ofthose
those proceedings will be null and nd void voidTho voidThP voidThe
The state wilt be forced to make the themotion tbeIllotion themotion
motion for a discontinuance and the theonus theonus theonus
onus will therefore be upon the proeeCution prose prosecution prOil4cution ¬
cution as the defense has maneuvered maneuveredthat
that it should be beThus beThus beThus
Thus in the question of politics ponli 5 that tbatlias t thathas llt llt11as
has entered > into the case c se the dehnmrehas defense defensehas defenlehas
has the better of the argument JUP t The Thecourt Theourt Thecourt
court refutes ref fe aeei aee a + pt tHa responsibil responsibility e9ponmbl1ity ¬
ity of a postponement the prosecution prosecutionmust pro prosecutionmust cution cutionmust
must assume it And the attorneys for forthe f forthe r rthe
the defense < can make a showing that thattheir thattheir thattheir
their clients are being beln deprived of f their theirliberty their1Ib theirliberty
liberty 1Ib > rty for four or five months longer Congerperhaps longerpprhaps longerperhaps
perhaps more without a trial ind with without withcut Uh UhIut ¬
out being permitted to give ive bail Al Altogether Altogether Altogether ¬
together the situatioi Is an interesting interest interestin i
in jllg gpne gpneVnother one pnfaAnother ti tijnother
I Another nice point is II involved If Ifcontrary Ifcontrary
contrary to present pre ent expectations x tations the thetrials thetrials thetrials
trials should be proceeded with and a aconviction aonvicUon acnnvictbn
conviction had the conviction would wouldundoubtedly wouldlJ1doubtedly wouldtndoubtedly
undoubtedly be set turtle we bf the su supreme su supreme 11 11TfPmf ¬
preme court of the nation ind JJ11trial in nw nwtrial taw tawtrial
trial ordered 0f eIe1 If on the other hand banda handasp handan
an a II acquittal should result it is doubt doubtful doubtt onbtftI1 ¬
t fut according AKOrc1tn to some me of the tb lawyers lawyersif 18yerKt
if that defendant could b be tried again againf agaJnRights againRights
t f Rights of Defendants DefendantsThe
The law said one of the attorneys attorneysfor attrn Y8 Y8fnr
for the prosecution is very jealous cfthe cf cfthe cfthe
the rights r hts of defendants A court in a acriminal acriminal acriminal
criminal procedure pr edure might make glar glaringly glringly glaringly ¬
ingly erroneous rulings ru ngj and m those thoserulings t1 thoserulings tIoe tIoerulings
rulings a defendant might mi ht be aegsi acquitted acquittedAn tted ttedAn
An appeal might be taken by the pros prosecution pr06CuUon prosecution ¬
ecution > and lid the rulings of th the trial trialcourt trialcourt trialcourt
court reversed but that would IKS mere merely merely merely ¬
ly by way of establishing a rule for fu future future ¬
ture guidance The defendant derend ltt could couldnot couldnot couldnot
1 not again be tried because he had once oncebeen onceL oncebeen
L < been placed in jeopardy In These ohesenamlle dynamite dy dynamite ¬
namite cases 8eS I do not know that an ap appeal appeal appeal ¬
peal would lie with tbe state if an ac acquittal ClCo acquittal ¬
o quittal should be had as the result of a atrial 8tlial atrial
trial proceeded with without regard r rd to tothe tot tothe
t the habeas corpus proceedings in the thefederal theI I
1 federal supreme court courtSix courtSix courtSix
Six Months Postponement PostponementIf
If the formal motion for a contiu contlsuance contiuance contluanee
ance is made tomorrow as is now indi indicated mdicated indicated ¬
cated and the court on the tl showing 8holn al already atreadY already ¬
ready made concludes to grant nt it the thetrials thetrials thetrials
trials will doubtless be ovir o r until the theNovember theNoYem theNovemr
November NoYem r term Arguments on the tbehabeas t thehabeas i ihabe88
habeas corpus writs are scheduled to tobegin tobegin I
begin in the supreme court early in Oc October October ¬
tober It is not regarded as at all alllikely aUlikly alllikely
likely that a decision will 111 be handed handeddown handeddown handedlOWfl
down before the latter part of that thatmonth thatroorth thatmorth
month In the be meanwhile the defend defender defendrts ¬
er T rts ts will continue to occupy cells in inthe inthE inthe
the Ada county jail at Boise BoiseAll BohleAll BoiseAll
All of the jumt were in court yest est rday r rdisy ruty
day They seem to be bearing beIu1n their theirt tneurfinement
t irfmement well and none has any anyomplaints anyInmplaints anynmplaints
omplaints to make regarding the thetreatment thetreatment thetreatment
treatment given them by Sheriff Mose Moseiy Musey Mosely
iy y Moyer in particular has improved improvediri I Iin
in health very ery much He seemed early earlyin earlyin earlyfn
in the year to be a very sck man manHis manHis i iH
His H s skin was pale he was thin and his hisefs h hE hipe
Now his cheeks cheekIace i il
efs E e PS were lusterless ch
1 Iace ae p filled out and he is apparently apell y in infirtrate Infirtrate hifiatrate
firtrate condition Haywood and Petibnne P Pet Pettil t tiilone
+ iilone til > nne have not been ill at all l lmrn The ThervKn TherlCf
rvKn are restless under their conflre comflperrd conflrerrt ff1fln ff1flnnEnt
rrt nEnt nt and they and their counsel pro proff prof profP
ff f s < 4 to desire most earnestly a speedytral speedy speedytrial speedytrj
trial trj < t but they are certainly if f ap appparances apIpatances apIearances
pparances count for anything in no nodanger noIlanger noranger
danger of any physical ph sical collapse collapaeDECORATED collapseDECORATED collapseDECORATED
DECORATED REEDS GRAVE GRAVEDenver GRAVEDnver GRAVEvt
Denver vt river May 30No 30 No session of the con conf confntinn
I f ntion of the Western Federation of ofMiners oflinHS ofMiners
Miners was as held today tOOa The delegates in inn Int Ina
n t burly WHI attended memorial services 8erV s at th thgrave the thegra thegrave
grave gra of Rev Myron Reed in Fair Fairmount Fairmountmptet Fairmountem mount
em mptet tery
HUGE UGE SCANDAL SCANDALIS
18 DEVELOPED DEVELOPEDCongress
Congress Appropriated 1
500000 for Building n9 for Ag Agricu Agricultural ¬
ricultural ricu tura Department DepartmentMONEY DepartmentMONEY DepartmentMONEY
MONEY IS ALL EXPENDED EXPENDEDPLANS
PLANS MADE AT THE WHITE WHITEHOUSE WHITEI WHITEHOUSE
I HOUSE HOUSEWashington HOUSEVu HOUSEWaahhigto
Washington Vu IDgon May 30What what members of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the house committee on appropriations re regard rod regard ¬
gard d a as an absolute ab olute disregard of the ktw w
authorizing the construction of the n new w
building buiJdtn for the department dep rtment of agriculture at agriculturen > fJcMlture
te revealed m in n the hearings before that
committee on the sundry civil f Ivil appropria appropria5L
tloo ° 5L Jjll1 bill In 190S congress con css appropriated appropriatedgeneral
1500000 for this building It was the
general understanding that this amount
was for the erection of a complete e build ¬
lug I for the accommodation of the < entire
department It was with some astonish ¬ =
ment that the members learned last week
that somebody has ordered the con construction 001stnlction ¬
struction of two wings of what may be
some day a completed building and that
the two wings have practically practic lb exhausted
the million and a half dollars appropriated
for a complete structure structureMain structureMain structureMain
Main Building Lacking LackingThe
The wings when completed will ac ¬
cording to testimony tc timon given before the
committee be inadequate inad uate to house the
department dep rtment force and congress will be bef becalled hecalled
f cTe called Vpon upon to appropriate another couple
of millions to fill the space between bet ween the
two wings wingsConsiderable In InCoft8iderabJe
Considerable irritation was developed
during the hearings before the appropri appropriations appropriations appropriations ¬
ations committee and Secretary Secreta Wilson VUS R
Dr Galloway GaIlowa and officials of the agri agricultural a1rlcultural agricultural ¬
cultural department were questioned con concerning COIIcerning concerning ¬
cerning what is said to be a direct vie 10
lation of the law involved involvedStory involedStory involvedStory
Story of the Engineer EngineerWhen EnglnccrIten EngineerWhen
When Iten F S Gardner mechanical engi engiof
neer of the department of agriculture
testified before the
appropriations commlttee com committee committee ¬
mittee he was asked if he knew the limit
of cost of the entire building and replied
that h 1M did didtbt that it was 1509000
Mr Gardner continuing said in reply repl te
further questions by Mr Tawney that Ui Uicentral tAts tAtsceJItral thecentral
central administration building was net
included in n the limit of cost that it was wasnot wasnot wasnot
not even contemplated as yet and that
it would have to be appropriated for some
future time timeIn UmeIn timeIn
In reply to a question from the chair chairman chairman chairman ¬
man as to why the department did not notconstruct notconstruct notconstruct
construct the building within the limit of ofcost ofeoet ofcost
cost fixed by b congress and in a manner
that would accommodate the department departmentwith
with all of Its branches as prescribed by
congr congress congress Mr Gardner answered that
they constructed within the limit of cost costexactly costexactly costexactly
exactly what they needed for their pres present present proscot ¬
ent work and when wh their future work workFor workup workops
ops up they will 111 have te put up oUter
IIPiMI ip iidtb its itsFor
For Laboratory Purposes PurposesIt t iIt
I IIt
It developed further from Mr rr Gardner Gardnerstestimony GardD < r a atestimony I Itetrtinaeny
testimony that the administrative work of I Ithe
the department would continue to be carried car ¬
ried rie on in the present building although althoughcongress altnoughCODlIeIIS althoughcongress
congress provided that it it should be tandown torn torndown torn001D
down Further than that Mr Gardner Gardnermid Gfrdneraid GardnersaM
mid that the two t o wings in question war werbeing warbelli werebeing
belli being < < constructed ulor for laboratory pur purposes purposes perposes ¬
poses posesDo
posesDo
Do you know asked Mr Tawney Tawneywho TawJtevwho Tawneywho
who is responsible for the plans pht S of the thebuilding thebuilding thebuilding
building that is now being erected erect that thatwas thatwas thatwas
was authorized autho d accepted and approved approvedThe aPIMoedTb approvedThe
The Tb secretary of agriculture replied repliedMr raepliedMr > > epliedfr
Mr fr Gardner GardnerMr GardnerXr GardnerMr
Mr Gardner then testified that thirty thirtyseven thllt thllt8Vtn thirtyseven
seven thousand dollars worth of useless uselesswork tl8elfSllark uselesswork
work ark had been done in order that the site sitefor Sitefor sitefor
for the building bulldtn might be moved forts
feet feetOn
On whose ho fo recommendation r rec + mJ1Kndatron was the thechange thecha thechange
cha change made asked Mr Tawney TawneyDecided TwneyDtcided TawneyDecided
Decided Upon at White House HouseTher HouseTIler HouseThere
There > was was a = meeting at the t White WhiteHouse 1VbjteHotl8e WhiteHouse
House and It was as decided decid d by the th secre secretary secretary cre cretary ¬
tary and the president that the building buildingshould buildingshould
should be moved movedand and also > a representa representative representative representative ¬
tive of the park commission replied Mr MrGardner MrGud MrGardner
Gardner GardnerSecretary Gud GardnerSecretary r I
Secretary Secretal of Agriculture Wilson was i iquestioned Ique iquestioned
que questioned t at some length before the committee com committee
mittee and mad < P a long prepared statemeet statemeqt state statement ¬
meet in defense of the present construction construc construction ¬
tion tionHow
How can you justify your position position7asked positionasked positionasked
asked Chairman Tawney Tane When hen you youmade youmade youmade
made your plan if you became satisfied satisfiedthat satisfiedthat satisfiedthat
that 51500WX 1500f1OO was not enough I should shouldhave shouldhave shouldhave
have thought you would have un6 informed informedcongress InformedCOl1 informedcongrres
COl1 congress < < IeM before going on with ith the plan planyou planyou planyou
you had hadYou hadYou hadYou
You have a wrong ront idea in your our mind mindthere mindthere mindthere
there said Mr Wilson We Ve made a aplan aplan aplan
plan to exhaust 5imOi We built in insuch Insuch Insuch
such a way wa that congress might add to toit toit tot
it t and we made no plans for our buildings build buildings buildIngs ¬
IngsThe ingsThe ings ingsThe
The secretary went ent on to detail the great greatgrowth greatth greatgrowth
growth th of 0 the department and to defend defendhis defendhils defendhis
his course in erecting wings that might be beadd beadded beadded
add added d toInstead to fn8tead of erecting one build building buiJdin buildtag ¬
tag in as contemplated by b congress congressSnub congr congrSnub congressSnub
Snub for Congress CongressDr
Dr Galloway and Mr Ir Wilson contra contradicting con contradicting tnt tntdkUng ¬
dicting the testimony > of Mr Gardner who whohad whohad whohad
had preceded them insisted that the wings wingswould wingwould wingswould
would accommodate the administrative administrativeforce
force but both admitted a mltted that they did not notcontemplate notcontemplate notcontemplate
contemplate tearing tearin down the present ad administrative admlnlstrathe administrative ¬
ministrative building as directed by b con congress conof congress ¬
gress gressMembers gressMembers
Members of the committee assured Mr MrWilson MrWll90n MrWilson
Wilson that they did not suspect his in integrity Int Integrity ¬
tegrity t tt or take issue is tle with his wisdom at atthis atthis
this time but they did not think he bad badauthority IUldauthority hadauthority
I authority In law for what he had ad done doneTo doneI doneTo
I To a suggestion su tionof of this kind the secretary secretarytartly secretarytartly secretarytartly
tartly replied repliedYou repliedYou repliedYou
You make a law Ja without consulting a asoul
soul l11 in the agricultural a cult1lral department departm ftt and andwithout andwithout andwithot
without regard to its necessities The Theman Theman
man who drafted the law came pretty prettynear prettynear
near the needs and I made the most of ofit oCit
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HORRIBLE GRlr CRIME E COr COMMITTED f ITIEO NEAR SEATTLE VASH WASURElevenYearOld VASHEleven
ElevenYearQId Eleven YearOld Girl Assaulted Then Murdered and Her Body BodyPartially BodyPartially BodyPartially
Partially Buried BuriedLynching Lynching Will Follow the theCapture theCapture theCapture
Capture of the Fiendish Murderers
Seattle May X 3 > < > K Elsie ie Mullhoff th the < 11 11yearold 11yearold iiyearold
yearold daughter of William Mullhoff of ofRenton ofRenton ofBosto
Renton was u assaulted then murdered and andher andher anyher
her body partially p rtlaJly burled on what i iknown la laknown isknown
known as the OW Renton farm last lastnight lastnl lastnight
night nl ht Her body with the throat cut cutwas cutwas cutwas
was found by searching rehin parties today todayabout todayabout todayabout
about 1145 a m mThe InThe atThe
The girl was sent after the family famil cows cowsat COWSat cowsat
at 5 oclock yesterday afternoon She did didnot didrIOt didrot
not return and when she could not be befound befound I Ifound
found a general alarm was sounded and andthe andthe andthe
the entire town turned out to join in inthe Inthe inthe
the search searchIt R > rCb rCbIt
It was nearly Dearl noon when hen a party of ofsearchers ofBearchers ofsearchers
searchers came me upon the girls body bod par parPlpu parRICH parR1Ell
Plpu muti RICH oltfmEo QTDIIfCQ STRIKES ST1SBHN RPIHfi BEING Diiiiu 1 u uStampede MAnE MAnEStampede AU AUStampede
Stampede to Alkali Springs From FromOther FromOther FromOther
Other Southern Nevada NevadaCamps NevadaCamps NevadaCamps
Camps CampsGoidfieid CampsGoldfield CampsGoldfield
Goldfield Nev May fay 30 30Remarkable 30Remarkablestrikes Remarkable toRemarkabiestrIkes Remarkablestrikes
strikes have been reported from near Al Alkali Alkali Alkali ¬
kali Springs seventeen miles northwest northwestof
of Goldfield and today Goldfield is nearly nearlydepopulated nearlrdepopulated nearlydepopulated
depopulated of mining men and prospect prospectors p rospec 1 1or ¬
ors or For two days the stream of gold goldseekers goldseekers goldseekers
seekers had been pouring into the dis district district district ¬
trict from Goldfield and nearby camps campsThe campsThe campsThe
The ore taken out much resembles theTonopah the theTonopah theTonopah
Tonopah bearing rlng gokl and silver in near nearly n nearly r rly ¬
ly equal quantities The smallest assays assaysbrought as assaysbrought s sbrought
brought from the district today tod ran ranto 577 577to wto
to the ton and an average of a number numberwent numberweont numberwent
went SlflW st4 le Some picked samples not notincluded notincluded trotIncluded
included in too average assay went loOUU loOUUThe lOOUThe 130MiThe
The district appears to be about seven sevenmiles s sevenmiles ven venmiles
miles long Jo by three wide It is only onl five fivemiles fivemUes fivemiles
miles from the railroad with wood and andwater andwater andwater
water at no great grt > t distance Goldfield is isgreatly isgr isgreatly
greatly gr < 8tly excited over the find findREBELLION findREBELLION findREBELLION
REBELLION IN GUATEMALA GUATEMALAPatriots
Patriots Recruited in the Other OtherLittle OtherLittle OtherLittle
Little Republics RepublicsTapachula RepublicsTapachula RepublicsTapachula
Tapachula Mexico exico May Iay 30 3IJReports Reports re received received received ¬
ceived here today from Salvador S Jvador state statethat statethat statethat
that Guatemalans and their sympathizers sympathizersthroughout smPtlthlzersthroughout sympathisersthroughout
throughout the republic are intensely ex excited txcitecl excited ¬
cited over the situation in Guatemala GuatemalaThe GuatemalaTbe GuatemalaThe
The revolutionist General Toledo purposes purposesto > S
to Invade tb the central part of Guatemala Guatemalawith Guatemalawith Guatemalawith
with a considerable force and announces announcesthat announeesthat announcesthat
that he will give ITe battle to the army of ofPresident ofPn ofPresident
President Pn > sident Cabrera at the gates of the thecapital thecapitl thecapital
capital capitalPresident capitlPresident
President President Cabreras statemept that the therevolution thertoluUon therevolution
revolution lots been crushed Jn its in incipiency indpleDCY inciplency
cipiency is ridiculed by b Guatemalans Guatemalanswho
who state that the revolution has only onlyjust onlvjU8t onlyjust
just commenced commencedIn
In upper Guatemala enthusiasm for Gen General General General ¬
eral Barrillas Is reported to be growing growingdaily growingdail growingdaily
dail daily No news has been received from fromGeneral fromGeneral fromGeneral
General Pineda who has marched intothe into intotbe Intothe
the province of Peten where it is con confidently c confidently n nfidenUy ¬
fidently asserted the Indians are sure to tojoint tojoint tojoint
joint him himNo bimNo himNo
No confirmation has been received of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the reported assault on Ocos but this thismay tltismay thismay
may be accounted for by the interruption interruptionof
of telegraphic tele aphic communication and the thecondition thecondition thecondition
condition of the roads rodsReports roadsReports TNdsReports
Reports from Guatemala City ctt say ay that thatCabrera thatCabrtra thatCabrera
Cabrera is preparing for flight and that thathe thathe thathe
he is continually in fear of assassination assassinationFOOD assassinationr assassinationFOOD
r 0 0FOOD
FOOD RIOTS IN CHINA CHINAShanghai CHINAShanghai CHINAShanghai
Shanghai May 30 3 30The The abnormally high highprices highprlce5 highprices
prices of rlc ° are causing acute distressresulting distress distressresulting distressresulting
resulting In frequent food riots in theYangtae the tlieYangtze theYangUte
Yangtze valley lIey Merchants are holding holdingtheir holdingt1teIr holdingtheir
their stocks despite the heavy demands demandsfrom demandsfrom demandsfront
from the badly badl flooded areas aressln in Hunan Hunanpi HunAnplOvhtce Hunanytovince
plOvhtce pi evince The vicerOy of Nanking hasaccordingly has hasaccordingly hasaccordingly
accordingly memorialized the throne t rone for forspecial forspadal forspecial
special powers to prohibit the cxp export rt of ofIlci I IIi
Ii Ilci
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I tially Ualt buried in a secluded 5fClud spot pot l LCOO 10 feet
from the > Primitive Gospel > 1 church
The Th > girls girl body was wa located by y blood btoodnounds
hound brought from Blue Blark < Diamond by
Deputy Sheriff Shf > rfff Bob b H jodgea < Jdge8 > d s and p pMt t on fI fIthe
the trail at the last spot pot along the Ce c ¬
dar river where the girl was seen n alive
Tramps ate believed to have commit committed tmmnttted committed ¬
ted the crime and today eleven suspicious suspiciouscharacters suspiciouscharlcle18 suspiciouscharacters
characters loitering about Renton or in inthe inthe inthe
the neighborhood of lh the town are under undersurveillance undersurvillan undersun
sun surveillance surveillanceSentiment Pillance PillanceSentiment
Sentiment in the coal mining town runs runsstrong runsstrOftg runsstrong I
strong and if the murderers could be cap ¬
tured and their guilt established it would wouldrequire wouldrequire wouldrequire
require strenuous strf > lHlOU8 work on the part of of o ¬
ficials and officers to prevent a lynch lynching lynehIng lynching ¬
ing ingPASSIffiOFJOSEPHIORRELL
i PASSIffiOFJOSEPHIORRELL PASSIffiOFJOSEPHIORRELLPresident PASSING OF JOSEPH mRRfll mRRfllPresident
President of Cache Stake Dies at atLogan atLogan atLogan
Logan After Illness TIln ss of ofTwo
Two YearsSpecial Years YearsSpecial Yearsspect8J
Special to th the HeraldLogan Herald HeraldLogan HeraJdLogan
Logan May Iay 30Joseph Joseph Morrell IorFel1pre5 IorFel1pre5ident pres president presMent ¬
ident of Cache stake and oneof one j bf the theleading th thleading theleading
leading business bU6tn men of this city died diedat dIedat diedat
at 330 this afternoon afternoonThe afternoonThe afternoonThe
The immediate cause of death was waspneumonia waspneumonia as aspneumonia
pneumonia which developed as a result re result result ¬
sult of extremely weakened wcaken > condition
Joseph Morrell Morrellof
of Mr Morrell who lto has suffered from froma
a severe nervous trouble for the past
two t 00 i ears vearsHe + e earsHe ra raHe
He was 88 born in London England En Englandfifty lalc1
fifty years ago but came to Utah when whena
a child In 1SS3 he formed a partnership partnershipwith
with R S Campbell now general man manager manager manager ¬
ager of the Utah Light and Railway Railwaycompany Railwaycompany Railwaycompany
company of Salt Lake and together togetherthey togetherthey togetherthey
they conducted conduc ed a clothing establishment establishmentin ctablishn mt mttn
in this city cityMr cIl1Ir cityMr
Mr Ir Morrell was a member memer mem > er of the first firstlegislature firstlegislature
legislature which convened after State Statehood Statehood Statehood ¬
hood and has held several other poli political poIitical poltical ¬
tical offices He became president of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Cache C ehe Slake in IDOL He leaves a awife awife awife
wife and seven vea children cltll ren The funeral funeralwill funeralwill funeralwill
will probably be held on Sunday
i
DRIFTING ALONG ALONGTnWARD ALUNGTOWARD
TOWARD CHAOS CHAOSRussian
Russian Government Continues Continuesto
to Ignore the Demands of ofParliament ofParliament ofParliament
Parliament ParliamentSt
St Petersburg May 3D 30There There wa wu no nosession noses8ion nosession
session of parliament today but the various vari varioos yariotIS
otIS committees held meetings and there therewas ther8S therewas
was 8S also a session of the central com committee committee committee ¬
mittee of the Constitutional Democrats to todiscuss todiscuss todiscuss
discuss the general eneral situation situationi situationDIpite situationDespite
i Despite the interpellation adopted by the thelower thelowf thelower
lower lowf > r house of parliament yesterday re regarding regarding regarding
garding the provocative black hundred hundredtelegrams hundredtd hundredtelegrams
telegrams td grams to the emperor printed in the theOfficial theOfficial theOfficial
Official Messenger that paper this morn mornIng mornIng morning
Ing published publi hed several columns against ex extending extending extending ¬
tending the amnesty amnest to traitors but butasking butasking butasking
asking for the pardon of those who par participated participated participated ¬
ticipated in the antiJewish outrages and andgenerally andgf andgenerally
generally gf > nerally protesting that the lower house houseof houseof houseof
of parliament does d not represent the real realvoice realolce realoice
voice oice of the Russian people peopleParliament pecpleParliament peopleParliament
Parliament Ignored IgnoredThis IgnoredThis
1 This taken in connection with the exe cxecutlon execution execution ¬
cution of the eight revolutionists at Riga Rigawhile Rigawhile Rigawhile
while the interpellation Int rpellaUon on the subject subjectwas
was pending was interpreted as being a astudied astudied astudied
studied effort on the part of the gov goyernment government govrnment ¬
ernment to ignore > the demands of par par1ament parrament parlament
lament But probably it is nearer the thetruth thetruth thetruth
truth to say that it only onl exposes the con continuance contlnuancf continuance ¬
tinuance > of the > conflict of authority with within within within ¬
in the government govE > rnmf > nt itself itselfFinal itselfFinal
Final returns from the elections in the theCaucasus theCaucasus theCaucasus
Caucasus show that the Constitutional ConstitutionalDemocrats ConstitutionalDemocrats ConstitutionalDemocrats
Democrats and other opposition forces forcespractically forcespractically forcespractically
practically made a clean sweep sweepGRAFT sw sweepGRAFT ep epGRAFT
GRAFT IN ARKANSASWarrant ARKANSAS ARKANSASWarrant ARKANS S SVarrant
Warrant Issued for President of the theState theState theState
State Senate SenateLittle SenateLittle SenateLittle
Little Rock Ark May 30 3OA A bench war warrant warrant warrant ¬
rant was 88 served today on Webb Coving Covingt Covingtn
t tn > n president of the last la t state senate at athis athis
his home at Clarksville He is already alreadyunder alrc alreadyunder d dunder
under indictment in two cases for alleged allegedboodllng allegedboodllng allegedbnodting
boodllng in the last legislature The Thewarrant Thewarrant Thewarrant
warrant today was issued tied on a new in indictment Indictment ¬
dictment returned yesterday y terday in connection connectionwith eonnect1onth connectionwith
with th alleged extensive boodling charges chargesacrainst charlCSa chargesagainst
against a ain t legislators Je chtors It is J said thret new newindictments newj newindictments
indictments j have ha e ben n returned and that thatother thatother
other arrests arre ts will follow folio In all thirty thirtymrmbers thirtymfnbers thirtynwnbers
mrmbers of the house and senate are arerharged arei arethargcd
i charged with Jth complicity complicityGRAPPLED complidta complidtGRAPPLED complicityGRAPPLED
a
GRAPPLED WITH BURGLARKansas BURGLAR BURGLARKansas BURGLARI
I Kansas City May a 39 JOAt At Independenc IndependencMo
I Mo near here early today Mrs rs W V T TCampbell TI TCampbell
Campbell wife of a prominent Baptist Baptistminister Bapt Baptistminister st stminister
minister awoke to find a white man manstanding manstanding manstanding
I
standing over her bed razor In hand handAlthough handAlthougb handAlthough
Although he threatened to cut Mrs MrsCampbells firsCarnpbeils Irs IrsCampbelrs
Campbells throat if she made an outcry outcrythe outcryt outcrythe
the t h > woman grappled with ith the burglar In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the struggle both were seriously cut CU 1 Thr Thrman Th Thrman f fman
man escaped leaving a trail of blood bloodFEW bloodI bloodFEW
I 1 1FEW
FEW WERE SAVED SAVEDRiga SAVEDRiga
4 + Riga Russia May 3 30 An D over OVfrloaded overloaded + f ft
loaded excursion steamer capsized capsizedoff 4 4off +
t off a pier here yesterday evening eveningf eveningdrownlnl eveningdrowning +
+ f drowning sixtyfive persons The ThEbo Theboat + f fi
i 4 + boat bo t had just started for Bubbeln Bubbelna + + f
4 + a neighboring watering place when whnshe whenshe +
4 + she heeled over and sank Only ten tenof tenof 4 +
4 + of the seventyfive persons on board boardof boardof 4 +
4 of her were saved savedt savedBYSTANDER + 4BYSTANDER
t t It t t t t t t t t t
10 10BYSTANDER
BYSTANDER WAS KILLED KILLEDGuthric KILLEDGuthrIe KILLEDGuthrle
GuthrIe Okla May 3OIn 38 In a pistol duel duelon duelon duelon
on the main street of Enid tonight Rob Robert Robert Robert ¬
ert White a bystander was killed and andRobert andRobert andRobert
Robert Johnson and Fred Capers the theprincipals theprincipals theprincipals
principals were wounded Johnson es escaped escaped escapod ¬
caped from the officers and has not been beencaptured beencaptured beencaptured
captured The town is greatly excited excitedover excitedover excitedover
over the affair
HEROES HERO ES GONE GONEARE GoNEARE
ARE REMEMBERED REMEMDEREDParade
Parade Numbers Nearly One OneThousand OneThousand OneThousand
Thousand Men MenMilitary MenMilitaryBodies MenMilitaryBodies Military MilitaryBodies
Bodies Participate ParticipateADDRESS ParticipateADDRESS ParticipateADDRESS
ADDRESS BY B Y REV GOSHEN GOSHENSERVICES GOSHENSERVICES G0SHENSERVICES
SERVICES IN ORPHEUM AND AT ATCEMETERIES ATCEMETERIES ATCEMETERIES
CEMETERIES IMPRESSIVE IMPRESSIVEAmerica IMPftESSIVE IMPftESSIVEAJDeriett IMPRESSIVEAmerica
America will will never be what it is her herdestiny herdestiny herdestiny
destiny to be until site refuses to be the thedumping thedumpin thedumping
dumping ground for the filth of foreign foreignnations fOleipnations foreignrmtitions
rmtitionsWe nations nationsWe nations1e
We 1e have gathered here to remember rememberthe rememberUle
the dead to honor the living Jivin We e own owra OMma
a land of liberty lib rtJ won with itll blood and andconsecrated andfOI15ccrated andconsecratett
consecrated with tears A handful of ofbrave ofbrave ofbrave
brave souls fron other oUt r lands seeking seekingrelief seekingrelief seekingrelief
relief from religious bigotry bigc y and ego egotism egotism egotism ¬
tism landed lai defl on the th rock bound shores shoresof
of America and commenced building up upthe upthe upthe
the nation of the brave and the home homeof homeof homeof
of the free This mere handful build builda bull bulla
a government which made it possible possiblefor
for us to be free This handful mtmbered num numbered numbered ¬
bered great and nobte souls U18 Thesepioneers These Thesepioneers Th 8e 8epioneers
pioneers stand for achiavcirent acbf aehiavctr vorent ent amongnations among amongnations amongnations
nations nationsThe nationsThe nationsThe
The Declaration of Independence Independencemarks Independenemarks Independencemarks
marks the first blow blo struck against againstslavery a againstslavery l1st l1stIa
slavery Ia er A tyrants hands were reaching reach reaching reaching ¬
ing across the Atlantic from Englands Englandsshores Enllandsshore5 Englandsshores
shores to grasp rasp the New England E land strip stripMen stripMen stripMen
Men were glad to die for freedom Free Freedom Freedom Freedom ¬
dom of conscience was freedom of state statethen statethen statethen
then as it is today todayWar todayWar todayWar
War of Rebellion RebellionFollowing RebellionFoIloing RebellionFoliowing
Following the securing of freedom freedomin
in 1776 was an era of peace The next nextconflict nextcon nextconflict
conflict con ict was as revolt rev 1t against traffic in inhuman inhuman inhuman
human souls Liberty Libert again triumphed triumphedthe
the nation was as strengthened by b the war warwhich warwhich warwhich
which shook its very hills The slave slavemaster slavemaster slavemaster
master has ha cracked his whip over the thelast thelast thelast
last slave wlio 110 shall ever walk ftk this soil soilWe soilWe soilWe
We ought to appreciate apprcci t the deeds of ofthe orthe ofthe
the warriors of 6065 These userkept men menkept nerakept
kept together a nation na tioa which is a per perpetuation perpetuation perpetuation ¬
petuation of the ideas of freedom and andibeity andibel andbetty
betty ibel ty Many of them are sleeping now nowand nowand nowand
and will wake ake no chore until the last lasttrumpet lasttrumpet lasttrumpet
trumpet calls them to the final mus muster muster muster ¬
ter terWe We 1e honor the Grand Army of > the theRepublic theRepublic theRepublic
Republic for the sacrifices made by its itsmembers it itmembers itsmembers
members We mutt absorb a spirit of ofacrificc ofcrifice ofacrifice
acrificc before we can appreciate the thesacrifices theSRri thesacrifices
sacrifices SRri ces made by these men that lib liberty UbIty liberty ¬
erty Ity and the nation might be gained sainedand gaindand gainedand
and preserved preservedVeterans preservedVetenmsYj preservedVeterans
Veterans VetenmsYj yo yost Jnre are not an army urn of ofslaves DCI ofsia1
I slaves sia1 e ea but of free men men Tvrrr victory victorywas
I was great reat for yoa yo r had no man foe foeagainst foeagainst
18 against ln5t you The strife Hrl was J one where wherebrave wherecrave h r rbrave
brave crave men fought brtivcHi lKItye men n thought thoughtfur tho thoughtfulmen bt bti
i fur fulmen men matched mt led strength gtr th with thought thoughtful tI10u < < bt btCui ¬
ful men You won the conflict because becauseyon becau becauseyou e eyon
yon were ere battling for f r the right The Theeternal Theeternal Theeternal
eternal force of Justice was as with you youand 01 01and ouand
and you fought under u r the providence piovidenceof
of God GodW GodY GodW
W Y acknowledge on Decoration Ih Ihthese Day Daythese Dsythese
these things and remember that those thosemen th thmen thoseinert
men left wives mothers and sweet sweethearts sweethearts w t theans ¬
hearts behind Brave women worn ° n stayed stayedat stayt staytat <
at home to pray and make bandages bandagesWe ban ages agesVe
We Ve knew knc w there is much abuse heap heaped btapupon heaped ¬
ed upon our pension department but butI
I hope to see the day when the govern government gOeTI1m government ¬
ment m nl will care for each soldier of the the60s the60s the6Os
60s This will have in it nothing nothin in inthe inthE inthe
the nature of payment J > but privilege privilegeThe pr privilegeThe iI iIThe
The North decorates the graves raves of ofthe nfthe ofthe
the South today and the South 8 < lutl1 covers coverswith coerswith coverswith
with flowers the graves of those who whowore whowore whowore
wore the uniforms of blue We Ye are areone atone areone
one people pe > pJe with jth one thought thu ht one coun country country country ¬
try and one flag We do not glorify glorifywar Klorifywar glorifywar
war America has never been a war warlike warJike warlike ¬
like nation We 1e arc a nation of citi citizens citizens citizens ¬
zens not soldiers When Vht > > n there has hasbeen hasbetn hasbeen
been war the American flag was first firstfired firstfired firstfired
fired upon
No North No South SouthVeterans SouthVet SouthVeterans
Veterans Vet rans the South was just an anloyal 811Ioya11s asloyal
loyal Ioya11s is you ou were brave We Ve would woulflhave Ifouldha wouldhave
have ha e done just as they did had we webeen webeen webeen
been in their place placeThere placeThere placeThere
There is no South no North today todayThe todayThe todayThe
The sons son of the South and the sons sonsof 80118of sonsof
of the North marched shoulder s uldPr to toshoulder tohoulder toshoulder
shoulder in the SpanishAmerican war warSince warSine warSince
Since 6a 6 the most serious problem problemhas problemhas problemhas
has not been the defense d fense at ports pot is alone aloneStrength aloneStrength aloneStrength
Strength is needed in our politics in inour inour inour
our commercialism We Vc are here to tohonor tohonor tohonor
honor the dead and honor the living anti andwe antiwe antiwe
we must dedicate our lives to keep our ournation ourvation ourration
nation strong strongr strongThe
r r The foreign elsment ehmC t pouring into intoAmerica intoAmerica intoAmerica
America makes the solution of commer commercial commercial ommercia ¬
cial I tangles more difficult if not doubt doubtful doubtful doubtful ¬
ful We Ve appreciate the foreigners who whohave whohaye whohave
have aided in building the nation and andwill andwill andwill
will continue to do so Russia stayed stayedoff
off the hand of England when hen that na nation nation nation ¬
tion threatened to sde de with ith the South Southin
in the Civil War Our early settlers settlersour
our first settlers were foreigners But Butthe Butthe Butthe
the time is I here when those who came camefrom carnefrom atlt atltfrom <
from other > shores must first learn that thatContinued thatContinUed thatContintfed
Continued on njfage2 page 2
IOEVASTATED 8YRUSH 8Y rRUSHOFWATEST
RUSH OF WATm rRUSHOFWATESTPendleton
Pendleton Ore and Walla WallaWalla WallaWalla l alia
Walla Wash Submerged Submergedby
by Rushing TorrentENORMOUS Torrent TorrentENORMOUS TorrentENORMOUS
ENORMOUS DAMAGE DAMAGEDONE DAMAGEDONENO DONE DONENO
NO LOSS OF LIFE SO FAR AS ASREPORTED ASREPORTED ASREPORTED
REPORTED REPORTEDt REPORTEDPortland
+ + t + + + + + + + + + + + t + + + + + + 6 + t tPortland
4 Portland Ore May 38 38A A special peeIalto 4 4to 4
4 + to the Oregonian from FreewaterOre Freewater FreewatcrOte +
4 + Ore a a small place about tbktymiles thirtymiles thirty +
+ 4 miles south of Walla Talk WaH W Wash Washstates Wstates h hf +
+ f states that the rains of o the past past few fewda 4 4days
1 + + f days da have swelled the > Little Walia 1aJJ 1aJJWalla 4Walla 4
+ Walla river and that 8M If Ifha > > people t thave f
4 + have ha sought refuge in th the kills hUlsPendleton hillsPendleton + f fPendleton
Pendleton Ore May 30 31tOnthlrd Onethird af afthe ofthe r rthe
the people of Pendleton are either temporarily tem temporarily teMporarily ¬
porarily homeless or else have been beendriven beendriven beendriven
driven into the upper floors of their re residences residenCf residences ¬
sidences > S by the rising waters of o the Uma Umatilla UMatina Urnstills
tina river which is now a racing r cln torrent torrentsweeping torrtsw torrentsweeping
sweeping sw plng bridges and dikes before fore it Alt Altover AJIover Allover
over the affected parts palt of the countythe county countythe ceu ty tythe
the water is still steadily rising risi fed bythe by bythe y ythe
the incessant rains From every Hand hardcomes Handcomes haKcomes
comes the news of bridges swept sweKirrlptk aw away awayirrigation + py pyirrigation
irrlptk irrigation > > t darn and flume wreekOd wreekOdroads wr WIroads e d droads
roads torn up and washed out fields i1eklaundated Ia Iaundated k kundated
undated and nd crops obliterated obliteratedBridges obliteratedBridges obliteratedBridges
Bridges Washed Out OutThe OutThe OutThe
The big wagon w on bridge a mile above aboYPendleton abovePendleton abovePendleton
Pendleton has ha been washed Shed out and ta tawrecked the t1Mwrecked thewrecked
wrecked span has piled up against the theOregon theOreg theOregon
Oregon Oreg D Railroad A 1 Navigation company companysbridge COIIIp companybridge nys nysbridge
bridge threatening to tf either overthrow overthrowit overthroIt
it or cut a path through the levee and andflood andflood andtflood
flood the town A large force of men menand m mand menand
and teams are at work ork repairing the levee leveeas
as fast as It is cut away aWII and preparations preparations prepara preparations ¬
tions arebeing are being made either to dynamite dynamitethe YlNlmUethe
the wreckage lodged lod e1 against the span or orto 01to orto
to dislodge it by the use of the wrecking wreckingmachines wreckirlgmAChines wreckingmachines
machines The levee below the town baa baaalready hasalready a1t a1talready
already broken which will allow som some of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the flood in the town to subside subsideAH subsld4All subsideAll
All trains are tied up and will be for forsome forme
some me time The bridges bri < < es both above and andbelow nd ndbelow ndbfolow
below Pendleton are cut The train trainwhich tralthkh trainwhich
which hkh started last night for Portland fei feiat HIat Isat
at Echo stopped by the flooded and undermined un undermined 1Ifttkrml ¬
tkrml dermined tracks tracksRaging traCDRaging tracksRaging
Raging Torrents in Streets StreetsRoaring StreetsRoaring StreetsRoaring
Roaring streams 8trell are re sweeping throw UIroudllower throsklower throwlower
lower Main and Court streets and all Ua Uabusiness tftelMlfl thenrtness
business lMlfl nea louses are flooded in that dte dtetrtct dtIJtrtct district
trtct while the stock stored in bMemente bMementeis
is submerged submergedCommunication 8U submergedCommunication lJed lJedComml1nj
Communication Comml1nj < 3tlon with outlying out1YI districts districtsis
is uncertain but the steady rise of the theUmatilla t1MLmatilla theUmatilla
Umatilla shows that the floods are still stillincreasing Millitkreaslng stillincreasing
increasing The rain is falling flll steadily steadilyand steadlband steadilyand
and the people of f the th main part of Pen Pendletoti Pendieton
dletoti d ot1 have moved their families to th thhill the tlMhnh thehills
hill hills on either side fearful that the levee levaon kVe6on leveeon
on the t he one side of tbe valley already alreadyweakened alreadyweakened Ir Irwe
we weakened ke1ltd will burst and let the Utethe waitt waittsweep waieIsweep
sweep the town townLJGHT townLIGHT townLIGHT
LIGHT LIGHT AND POWER CUT OFF OFFWalla OFF OFFWiilla OFFWalla
Walla Walla Wash Swept by Dis Disastrous Di Diastrous D PS PSastrous ¬
astrous Flood FloodSpokane FloodSpokan FloodSpokane
Spokane Wash May 30Walla 38 Walta Wails WalteCitv WaJICit WailsCity
City Cit and county x is experiencing txperl one ofthe of ofthe otthe
the worst floods in many years Alder AWerstreet Alderstreet AJIIorreet
street reet one of the th principal business thoroughfares thor thoroughfares tJloroughfareoJ ¬
oughfares is flooded to a depth of three threefeet fhreeftPt threefeet
feet and several of the residences are arefilled areOned arefilled
filled with water The bridges in the city cityhave cityhave It l lhaye
have been washed a hed out and three others othersare otller8are othersare
are in gr great at danger dan er The dam of the theWalla tileValla theWalla
Walla Walls aJIa Power P01 > r company on Walt WaltWalla WaitsWalla ana anaVlaUa
Walla river fifteen miles from the city dlywent citywent citywent
went out this morning cutting off all alllights alllights
lights hts and power Other streams in tb tbcounty the thecounty thecounty
county are > outside their banks and in inmany iaJmlH toninny
many JmlH places wheat antI other farm pro produce pr0duce produce ¬
duce has ha been n washed out of the ground groundA
A number of bridges have also been car carried carried carried ¬
ried away awayPreparing awa awaPreparing awayPreparing
Preparing to Use Dynamite DynamiteCity
City ctt officials are preparing to dynamite dynamiteUie dy dynamitee lUftite lUftiteUte
Ute e Fifth street bridge e which offers offersgreat oCCenJreat offersgreat
great reat resistance to the rushing ru ftln waters waterscausing waterau waterscausing
causing au ng them to back up into the bud budness bu bumness I Iness
ness section of the city where great greatdamage lreatdamag greatdamage
damage > is being done The flood waters watershave 1atenhave watershave
have Invaded the basements of some of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the largest stores and warehouses W8reh in tb tbcity Ute Utecity thecity
city and in places the water Is over a afoot afoot afoot
foot deep and 1t 1 rushing madly through throu h the thecity thecity thecity
city threatening the > destruction of some 80Rteof someof otweof
of the principal buildings Rain has been beenfailing beenfaUlOf beenfalling
failing in this section since Monday noon noonand noonAnd noonand
and is still falling The danger is in increasing InI increasing ¬
I creasing No o lives have been lost lostI so sofar sofar
far as known but a as eommunicatiOH with wttkoutlying wit witoutlying withoutlying
I outlying territory has been cut off tb tbextent tM tMextent theextent
extent of damage da t in the country cannot cannotbe cannotbe cannotbe
be learned but it must be great It te teknown Isknown
known from the > character of the debris debrisbeing debrisbeing Is Isbeing
I being washed down the > river that house houeehave houeesI
I have been swept away The carcasses carcassesof carc Me8 Me8cattle
of cattle are floating down with the flood floodand floodand floodand
and it is feared that some loss of human humanlife hUIIIJllife humanlife
life has resulted resultedCHARGES re5ultffiCHARGES resultedCHARGES
CHARGES OF GENERAL GENERALMILES GENERALMILES GENERALMILES
MILES ARE RECALLED RECALLEDWashington RECALLEDWashington RECALLEDWashington
Washington May Ma 30 xIIn In all of the thestorm tbestorm thestorm
storm raised over the alleged pmctteeas pmctteeasof KMtlce118of
of some of the packing paekl houses the offi offlcons officers oftleelS ¬
eelS of the > United rnit 1 States army are se secure secure Ie ¬
cure in their knowledge that every precaution pre precaution precaution ¬
caution has been taken by the commis commissary comJRkIi commiszany ¬
sary department to secure sound meats meatsfor JIMtltsfor meatsfor
Ii for them and for every enlisted man m Un Under Uader GaI ¬
der the direction of Commisatary Commis iary General GeneralSnarpe GeneralS
I Snarpe S the army meat is thoroughly thorou hly ex examined examlned ¬
amined at every stage of its preparation preparationso
so O far at least as the canned and dry drysalt
Sl t meats mf > ats are concerned
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