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All of as 1skn know wthatthereiso that there is only onlyJod y Weather Wea herforTuesday for Tuesday TuesdayFair t tone Lj Ljprot
one good Jod business for advertising advertisingto THE SALT LA LAKE HERALD HERALDEstablished Fair FairThe Fairto
to help sell more goods at a athan ait The Metals MetalsSorer Metalspro
than could be sold so without w out
pro prot it Sorer into UI e per ounce ounceCopper ouneeadvertisUlg
Brains Copper cathodes IJftc 13cr per pound poundLead poundI poundLead poundEstablished
11 advertisUlg Lead H3S H per 100 pounds poUDdaEstablished
I Established June 61870 6 1870 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY JUNE 22 1909 12 PAGES Price 5 Cents
Defense in the Celebrated Di Divorce Divorce Diyorce ¬
vorce Case Rested to Sur Surprise Surprise Surprise ¬
ye 1 fork June 21 Sensation seek seekers ¬
ers f and jid the curious who have attended attendedu
u dll1 Uy U the > e sessions of Katharine Katbe lle Clem CIemmODI Clentiiiofll
mODI 1 wit for separation flttIOfl from liar hue husHoward hWlbaDt huebn4
baDt Howard Gould were w dlsappoint dlsappointthe int intI
j at at the reumption of the hearing z1ng ng be bejuetioe Hre b b1re
1re re juetioe Juet1 Dowllng < < today when It Ittnn It11I ItIs
11I tnn annnund un d that the defense cIef retted rettedd reeund
nd d that Howard Gould would not take takethe
the I stand standClarence standC1areIce tndCUrenre
Clarence J Shearn counwl cou f fr > r the themlntiH tb tb1lllntiff the11akltiff
mlntiH apparently was greatly Mlr MlrrtIed urr1ed ur urrtaed
rtaed Mr Gould seemed relieved and andMrs andYrs d dMrs
Mrs G Gnuld ul < i annoyed annoyedSince
Since the recess of teat Friday your yourlonor yourjnor your1nolY
lonor 1nolY said Delancey Nfeoll iOQfl iOQflr counsel counselr
r Gould OOU my associates and I have havei haveIHcided hiveedded
IHcided < i < ied that the testimony we hare of offiw offed
fiw fed is s Sf Complete that there is j no noTfcessity noTfCeI 10 10ic15511Y
Tfcessity TfCeI ity for going further Therefore Thereforet
Ie > t ha half e > de feldtd < iJed to rest restTestimony re reeLTestimony t tTestimony
Testimony In Rebuttal RebuttalMr
Mr Shearn led off the rebuttal with withipstimony withttmony Ith IthTstlmony
ipstimony designed to show ow he ex exI exainffl expatned
I patned ained th falsity of the th charges that thatMr tMtMre
Mr Int Gould was continually and habit habitally habltally habItally
ally intoxicated int4 > J ilattd from 1M 1 to the pies p pt piest
11 t date dateHe dlitlH dMteHe
He H produced vro uctd many bektwstairs wlt wlti witwhose
i sii whose hOSt testimony tPStI was followed followedi
i ty thf reading of depositions de tlol1ll of guests guestsind guestId
lid l friend who snore that Mrs Gould Gouldmer Gouldtlner Gouldtever
mer to their knowledge drank to tofxces toxceS toand
fxces > < and that th t she was always affa affail nffI
il I 1 reserved and modest In her lan language Janguqt Ianguafe ¬
guage guageIt
It wal as on account of the unexpect unexpectf
f fd < 1 attitude taken by b the defense deteI e that thatMr
Mr Ir Shearn ran short of wttneaaoB IiJ late lateIn
In th the day da and was obliged obIl ed to Intro tattroac Introruce
qU ruce ac the depositions He promised promisedhi prontl promisedhwever ed edhnver
hi hnver ver to have about fifty ready readyhen
s hen court opens tomorrow who will willtestify wIItestIfy In In1ttify
testify In rebuttal to disprove If poesi poesiile
ile e the husbands charges ebll including includingMn
Mn Goulds associations with DUStIn DnstuiFaraum Dwltlnamum DUStInFarnum
Faraum FaraumMrs FarnumMrs amum amumMrs
Mrs Bankheads Deposition DepositionThe
The first deposition taken up by b Mr MrshMua MrSileara Mrheszi
shMua mm w that ot athtad uN rg IJfrnff IC IChad r rVad
had of Atlanta Ga wife of Lieuten Lieutenant ¬
ant Henry McCauley Bankhead of o Fort JIortYcPherson PortMcPherson FortMcPhenon
McPherson Ga who ho visited Mrs Gould GouldI
> fI I numerous occasions occasionsMrs
Mrs Bankhead related in her depo depoition depojtioa depoiton
ition the Incidents of a visit with Mrs Mrswild KraJuJd MraWd
wild as a the latters guest in Cairo Cairolg CairoESUt
lg ESUt t m 1903 l when the party visited visitedi visiteddives I lted ltedl1f
l1f i K Khedives dives palace The witness Itne s de denbed deribld tieribed
nbed Mrs Goulds conduct on this thisrd thisrion
rd f rion l ion as ladylike and above re rei reiloah setoah
i iloah oah Mrs Bankhead accompanied accompaniedV
1 V e Gouda on their yacht from Cairo CairoAlexandria catroAlexandria CairoAkxandrla
Alexandria Mrs ra Goulds conduct conductas
as < m nerfect > rfect and beyond criticism on ont onat onat
at t TIP according < < to Mrs Bankhead BankheadMn BankheadGould
Mn I > Gould was never intoxicated dur durng durng
ng this time the witness wltn deposed The Theutnpss Theltnss TheItness
utnpss < Mated that she be had visited Mr Mrsuld Mruld IIlL IIlLuld
> uld at Castle Gould and the St Regis Registfl
> tfl for periods of several lleyera weeks at a ant amt ame
nt and never saw her me Intoxi IntoxiHE ntoxlautE
HE tht to exies exiesOne IXltNOne eXL eaa eaaOne
One Cocktail Before Dinner DinnerMr
Mr < uld never drank more than thanoektdii thaaOktail thanektaiI
oektdii before Ix > forf dinner and only light lightth
m P0 > < with th her dinner not more re than thane thnanragf
> e avrrage society SO ty lady drinks drinksWhat drlnbWhat drinksWhat
What did < you observe she se woud woudink
ink at lum lunh h time timer was w a question
ked b by Mr Ir Goulds counsel counselMrs coun el elfr
Mrs fr imid uld would usually u uaU1 take a aoktaii
oktaii before luncheon but the extent extenther
f her drinking was not noticeable to top
p < In > n ai a ci < < mint of her conduct the wlt wltreplied wltr
iS replied r > pHf < 1 she ht > never saw Mrs Gould Gouldink Gouldrunk
Jrunk ink in the evening and never saw her
isterous and never heard her swear awearuse
c use Ul improper language The witness witheesas
1 as 8 with nh Mrs Gould In Chicago hi W7 W7and 1101nd 107and
and nd mtked nothing < < improper in her herndu herflth1ct
duct ndu t Mrs Bankhead said her heraUgh heraughte
Blighter aUgh aughte er Katherine Ka therine who was bora on ong onug
kug ug g 21 1 1905 was named after Mrs Mrsul1 Miseut InluI1
eut ul1 The deponent said Mrs Irs Gould GouldM
M dignified refined and gentle DUe and andconducted
away 11018 > conducted herself m a manner
above reproach
In th the cTOSstxamlnatlen < r > examinatien on the depo depoIt
sIflo It tlon n Mrs 1I Bankhead would not swear swearwt ear
wt she h he had never heard Mrs Gould OouldP Goudpoken Gouldpoken
P poken < en of as a a drinking woman She Shew SheaId Sheatd
> aId w that tt
Mn Gould had never spoken
t 1 her but once about Duatta Farnum
he R actor and had then told her that
their n lr r namev nam WI wre tre > ot linked together togetherany
n any anYlmproper Improper way wa
Ar r Shern n nxt xt read the deposition
ueutenm Bankhead The witness witnessContinued witnessContinued s sContinued
Continued on Page 7
Congress Likely to Be in Ses Session Session Session ¬
sion All Summer Debating Debatingthe
the Matter MatterSEVERAL MatterSEVERAL MatterSEVERAL
TEMPT TO EVADE TAX TAXWashington TAXWuhln TAXWaahhsgton
Washington Wuhln ton June 21 ItMr Mr Taft Taftis is de decidedly deddedly decldedty ¬
cidedly optimistic optlml tlc over the outlook for forhte forhts forhis
his corporation tax but a number of ofsenators ofBatonl ofsenators
senators who called at the White house housetoday housetoday housetoday
today declared that the proposition propositionwould proposltlonwould propositionwould
would keep the senate In session until untilIon untillong untillong
Ion long past Aug 1 Senator Elklns iwisone nsone iwis 9sODe
one of the callers and declared he and andothers a1dothers auInthes
others would have some remarks to tomake tonNLke tomake
make In the senate when the new newscheme newcheme newscheme
scheme of taxation is considered Mr MrBlklna Mr1klne Ir IrBUdne
Blklna believes all corporations would wouldattempt wouldattempt wouldattempt
attempt to avoid payment of the tax taxWould taxWould taxWould
Would Bear Watching WatchingPresident WatchingPrecldent WatchingPresident
President Taft on the other hand handdoes handdoe8 handdoes
does not believe that a 2 per cent tax taxon taxon taxon
on net earnings is heavy enough to tomake tomake tomake
make any of the larger corporations re revert revert revest ¬
vert to evasive measures As to bonds bondsIt
It la II possible poe ible the president feels to pro provide provide provide ¬
vide for a limit of such securities securitiesbased 1eCurltlesbued securitiesbased
based on capital stocks that will pre prevent prevent prevent ¬
vent corporations from transferring all alltheir alltheir alltheir
their securities into bonds the interest intereston
on which is paid from gross earnings earningsSome earnlngSome earningsSome
Some provision may be made as to the theissuance theIuanes theIssuance
issuance of bonds In the future to proride provide pro provide ¬
vide that the interest shall be paid only onlyfrom onlyfrom onlyfresH
from net earnings earningsAttorney earningsAttorney earningsAttorney
Attorney General Wickersham Vlcker ham and andSenator andSenator andSenator
Senator Root are jointly preparing prePRrlnldraft preparingdraft a adraft
draft of the new law lawQuestion lawQuestion lawQuestion
Question of Constitutionality ConstitutionalityQuestions ConstitutionalityQUe ConstitutionalityQuestions
Questions QUe ttoDB as to the constitutionality constitutionalityof
of the proposed tax do not disturb the thepresident thepre thepresident
president pre ldent The right to impose such a atax 8tax atax
tax has ha been distinctly dl tlnctly upheld in a case casebefore casebefore casebefore
before the supreme court ourtthat that of ofSpreckels ofSpreeke8 ofSprockets
Sprockets against the United States StatesIf
If an income tax were passed pa Med injunc injunctions Injunctions Injunctions ¬
tions against pln t its collection could be se secured secured secured ¬
cured under the supreme court decision decisionupon decisionupon decisionupon
upon a former act of this character It Itwould Itwould Itwould
would be years before any collections collectionscould collectionscould collectionscould
could be made under such a tax even evenif
if the court finally reversed itself The Thepresident Thepresident Thepresident
president does not believe there is any anyimmediate anyimmediate anyimmedIate
immediate emergency to stop collection collectionpreWlme collectionof
of e xoeau UQa T Tg ouzts lrts must mUlltA1IJUme mustfrgrne
preWlme It 16M wT be e SmWSWtrWfkrltirilBr SmWSWtrWfkrltirilBrdecision Ibuttkrmir Ibuttkrmirdecision utfl hkr I1llftlr I1llftlrdecbJton
decision of the past and hence no de decision declaton decision ¬
cision would issue la ue There seems to be belittle belittle belittle
little doubt but that the corporation corporationtax
tax as passed va ed will exempt earnings of of5OM
5OM 5 and leas so as al a to take any undue undueburdens undueburden undueburdens
burdens off the smaller corporations corporationsThis
This is the understanding at the White Whitehouse Whitehouse Whitehouse
Method of Collection CollectionThe C lIectionTbe
The collection of oftbe the proposed corpor corporation corporatlon corporatlon ¬
atlon tax would be under the direction directionof
of the internal revenue bureau bur fu and andwhile andwblle andwhile
while additional Inspectors and other otheremployes otheremployes otheremployee
employes would be necessary it is not notbelieved notbelieved notbelieved
believed any added authority would be berequired berequired berequired
required The internal revenue author authority authority authorIty ¬
ity would act in harmony with the bu bureau bureau bureau ¬
reau of corporations of the department departmentof
of commerce and labor and I it would wouldfall wouldfaU wouldmu
fall to this latter bureau to keep an eye eyeon eeon eyeon
on the corporations as Ill to any an evasive evasivemeasures evulvemeasures evasivemeasures
measures they might adopt The meth method method method ¬
od of collection would be similar to that thatemployed tbatemployed thatemployed
employed In collecting the whisky tax taxWill taxWill taxVilI
Will Be Finished Tonight
Finishing touches will be put on the theamendment theamendment
amendment tomorrow night at a White Whitebouse WhitehoUIIe Whitehouse
house conference President Taft will willsupervise wtll8Upervhe wilisupervise
supervise the work personally personallyThere personallyThere er onally onallyThere
There will be present at the confer conference conference conferslice ¬
ence Attorney General Wlckersham and andSenator andSenator andSenator
Senator Root who are drafting the theamendment theamendment theamendment
amendment Secretary Knox and Sen Senators Senaton Senstore ¬
store Aldrich Burrows Penrose e Hale HaleCultom HaleCullom HaleCuilom
Cultom McCumber Smoot and Flint Flintconstituting Flintcon Flintconstituting
constituting con tituting the Republican member membership membersblp membership ¬
ship of the finance committee committeeSuch committeeSuch committeeSuch
Such changes as are agreed upon at atthe atthe atthe
the conference will be made by the at attorney attorney attorney ¬
torney general Wednesday and it is isreported IsftPftrted Isreported
reported the amendments will be ready readyfor i
for introduction in the senate on Thurs Thursday Tbursda1 Thursday ¬
+ + Special to The Herald HeraldWashington HeraldWuhln HeraldWashington +
+ Washington Wuhln < < ton D C June a LSen LSenMor Sen +
+ ator Smoot was w advised today that thatthe thatthf thatthe +
+ + the amended petition of the Salt SaltlAke SaltLake +
+ Lake City Cit chamber of commerce f
4 asking for a readjustment of freight freightrates freightratN freightrates t +
+ rates by all of the railroad rallro nailroaPflnes cPJtnes lines en enterlag enS enStering 4
4 + tering Utah was mailed today toda from fromSalt 4 4Salt
+ Salt Lake City to the interstate Iterstatecommerce + ff
4 f commerce commission A copy of ofthe ofthe +
+ the petition was filed with the com comml 4 4mission
+ mission ml slon two weeks ago at the in Instance Instance +
+ stance of Senators Smoot and Suth Sutherland +
4 erland + 4f
+ + + + + t f + 44f + 4 + + 4t + + MHMfT + + + + + + + + + M + + +
B hicag hica June 21 Professor George Georgef
S hOle ho Foster of f the University of Chicago Cbl
denial of the divinity of Christ Christrecen
I recen fnt hwk stirred Chicago Bam Bamgh Ba
ts1s ts to a high gh pitch of resentment was wasrcm WUj
j n14d 1 > tQ from rcm the BaptIst adapters adapterse
H I1f1nrp e o < rhicaaotody rhicaaotodyells hlcaao toda1
bee ells Yell > and nd gomii > confusion confusionv
v thr lmeetlns mtf tnetIng > ttng on one of the < stormiest stormiestei
tI h
ei 1 by 5 hurf hurhmen > hmen
in Chicago CI cqo and andto andrettrpd
88 r rettrpd f rrf > I to b by one Preacher as
rn flbria bi a 1 political poiitt < me meeting tlq In a aarj
y arj arjakEr aritea1ters
tea1ters akEr 8 Wh hl1
had been be howled or ork orMt
fL d dwn Mt with abed hed indignant
n 1rhtt k hi e the hair peanded for order orderIMIOP orderTs1stenee
c IMIOP of Dr D A C DIxon of ofbrought
M fJ
v IhuJb that prorr Fo Forr F05rpp
rr rpp Pf > oi brought the fight ft < < ht around arpnndn
i n j l n real > > ml
obJ object of the meet meetD
nl ilHEgardeod ilsrega for a time timeb
b b D Dr D D McLaurtn started trou trout
t r u t aklrlr for a committee coft to Inves Investh
n Dr
th thE 7 DixInlII rift t to ° Membership MembershipTe
> t iferen rfn Te < e This motion was
5 v and Dr D Dtxen explained explainedthe
i Q joined the Baptist church in infc inI
fc tj i p I Boynton BODt ll was Ws htssf tsaeij > ed < i w when whtna hen hena
a ar r nt t going goln at this matter
right Foster is as II good as Myers or orany oran orany
any an one here and His voice was wasdrowned wasdrowned V88drowned
drowned The Myers be referred to is isthe Isthe Isthe
the Rev Dr Johnston Myers Iers one of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the chief assailants of Professor Foster FosterDr
Dr Myers shouted above the din dinIt dinIt dinIt
It is I no worse to hiss than to have havethose havetho8e havethose
those present pr ent denounced as Dr Boyn Boynton BotIton Boynton
ton is doing dolo < < The hisses should not be bestopped bestopped bestopped
stopped unless une Dr Boynton is stopped stoppedDr
Dr Myers attempted to introduce a aresolution autlon aresolution
resolution utlon to drop ProfM Professor or Foster Fosterwhereat Foeterh Fosterwhereat
whereat h reat his veracity was assailed by byRev byR byRev
Rev R Dr A H Harniey HarnieyThis HamleyTbls HarnicyThis
This matter was decided for good goodand goodand goodand
and all last week he shouted Dr DrMyers DrMyrs DrMyers
Myers promised on his honor that If he hedid hedid hedid
did not get his resolution Iutlon through then thenhe thenhe thenhe
he would not again bring it up Now Nowhe
he is doing exactly contrary to his hispromise hispIOII11M hisI
promise promiseI
I deny the statement responded Dr DrMyers DrMye1S DrMyers
Myers coolly I promised not to re reintroduce reIntroduce tointroduce
introduce that particular motion be because bel8use because ¬
cause my motives had been questioned questionedSpecific qUfStionedSperlft questionedSpecific
Specific charges were we wanted and that thatIF
IF what I have here toda todaAfter today todayAftlr todayAfter >
After four hours worn om nut b by > their theirexertions thflrtxlrtlollj theirexertions
exertions and emotion th preachers preachersadopted preachersadopted preaehersadopted
adopted the resolution dropping Pro Professor Profe8IIOr Professur ¬
fessor faster r > 8ter
JuTh JuThS JuThC JuThI C
5 5
I 1 1k
I k 5 5iV
> iV 1 1S 1 i iL i3I1
Li 3I1 3I1S 1t i ir iL
Jesse Knight Is Stated to Be BeStill BeStill BeStill
Still Holding Conferences Conferencesat
at the Metropolis MetropolisSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldNewXerfc HecaktNew HerakiNwIst4c
NewXerfc New June JL ILTJw the e njSS wt wtweek ig L tweek < Lweek
week between CoteRyan Interests and andJease andJlMe andJesse
Jesse Knight president pre ldent of the Colorado Coloradoand Coloradond
and nd Iron Blossom BIo om and of the Tintic TinticSmelting TlntlcSmeJUng TinticSmelting
Smelting company and 116 R Is Allen of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the same organization are to be renewed renewedagain renewedagain renewedagain
again tomorrow tomorrowThe tom ITOW ITOWThe
The conferences CGnfere Ce8 already alrea y held did not notresult notresult notresult
result in a satisfactory arrangement for forthe forthe forthe
the transfer of the property to the Cole ColeRyan ColeRyan ColeRyan
Ryan group There was a proposition propositionmade
made by the western tem gentlemen lIemen tb trans transfer transfer transfer ¬
fer the property on the basis of 3 per pershare pershare pershare
share for the Colorado and 3 per share sharefor sharefor sharefor
for the Iron Blossom and throw in the thesmelter thesmelter thesmelter
smelter at actual cost The ColeRyan ColeRyanInterests ColeR30anInterests ColeRyaninterests
Interests are said to have made a counter counterproposition counterpropo counterprotlon
proposition propo ltlon of 250 for the Colorado and andJV00
JV00 for the Iron Blossom This propo proposition proposUIon proposiUon ¬
sition was rejected and an effort was wasmade wasmade wasmade
made to reach a basis b8 ts The control was wasfor W83for wasfor
for sale and the ColeRyan group would wouldbuy wouldbuy wouldbuy i
buy if the price was right Therefore Thereforewith Thereforewith Thereforewith
with this object in view the conferences conferenceswere
were conUnued and both sides began fig figuring tlgurlng figuring ¬
uring on ways and means Messrs MessrsKnight MessrsKnight IessrsKntcht
Knight and Allen bled themselves to toWashington toWashington toWashington
Washington and there went Into consul consultation consultation consultatlon ¬
tation with Senator Reed Smoot who Is Isinterested Isinterested 5 5Interested
interested In the properties and returned returnedto
to New York tonight prepared to meet meetthe meett1M meetthe
the ColeRyan interests and lav av before hMt > r
them a proposition pr po ttlon which they feel will willeffect willeffect
effect the sale saleFalnne saleFaIUng saleFailing
Failing in this however and should shouldnegotiations shouldnegoUaUon shouldnegoUations
negotiations fail it is I said on good au authority authority authoaity ¬
thority that the properties will be offered offeredto
to the United Smelting company CO Ipn Sen Senator Senator Senator ¬
ator Smoot Is said to have left the mat matter matter matter ¬
ter entirely with Knight and Allen and andwill andwill andwill
will agree to whatever deal they affect
This is l not their last resource how however however ¬
ever for Senator Thomas Kearns and
David Keith are In New York and while
Knight does not want to sell to them he hewill hewill I
will 111 do so as a last resort The gentle gentlemen gentlemen gentlemen ¬
men are registered rect tered at the WaldorfAs ¬ i
toria and have appointments for tomor tomorrows tomorrows ¬ I
rows conference with the ColeRyan rep ¬
resentatives resentativesThere rtaUvesThere reeentaUveeThere
There to a semblance of truth In some someof someof someof
of the sentences in the above message
but it Is a sure thins tbln that Uncle Jesse
Is not in New York He left for Chicago Chicagoand
and home Immediately after his confer conference conference confereno
ence with Senator Smoot and landed < 1
here Sunday night
Great Britain and Prance Inclined to toRemain toRemain toRemain
Remain Passive Regarding Chi Chinese Chinese Cliinese ¬
nese Railway loan loanPeking LoanPeking LoanPeking
Peking June 31 nHenry Henry P Fletcher Fletcherthe
the American charge daffaires visited visitedthe visitedthe visitedthe
the foreign board both Friday last and andtoday andtoday andtoday
today and reiterated the protest of his hisgovernment hisgoernment hisgovernment
government against t the efforts of Ger German German German ¬
man interests to force Grand Councillor CouncillorChang CouncillorChang CounciiiorChang
Chang Chi Tung to memorialize the thethrone thethlOlM thethrone
throne to Issue ratification of the Ger GermanBriUshFrench GermanBrltlshFrench Gerlean
manBriUshFrench loan of 750Q000 750Q000for
for the construction of the Hankow HankowSse
See Chuen railroad He maintained the theposition theposition theposition
position of Washington In this matter matterwith matterwith matterwith
with firmness firmnessBritish flnnneeBritish ftrmnesBritish
British and French Interests here ap apparently apPIUently apparently ¬
parently are passive p lve regarding this thisloan tblsloan thisloan
loan only the Germans are re trying to tosave tosave tosave
save the agreement agreementThe
The bankers who are supported by
the government are putting up a strong strongresistance strongre8IIrtan strongresietance
resistance < < to the American demands demandsParis demandsParts demandsParis
Paris June 21 nThe The prospects of ofAmerican ofAmeril11 ofAmerican
American participation in the Hankow HankowSze
Sze Chuen railroad loan are regarded regardedhere
here as having Improved proved considerably considerablyand
and at the foreign office it was said to today today today ¬
day that America continued to Insist Insistthat Insistthat Insistthat
that Americans 8 be admitted to this thistransaction thistrangctlon thistransaction
transaction on an equal footing with withforeigners withforelgn withforeigners
foreigners nI
Khabarovsk K ha barwk A8ia Ae sati atle III < Russia June n nThe SlTh 21The
I The Th vearold son of a rich merchant of ofKhabarovsk ofKhabarnk ofthabarorsk
Khabarovsk was as kidnaped yesterday yesterdaywhile yesterdawhH yesterdaywhIle
while plav playing ing One n ne of the kidnapers klcln pers to toda toda today
da pre presented nted a IrHr rt > r to th tM merchant merchanttamiMling merchantdeeasndinS reltant reltant4e
tamiMling 4e SOUO Tbe latter s sent nt for forthe forthe forthe
the police whereupon the kidnaper killed killedthe killedthe killedthe
the merchant and then committed suicide
TO ttjpf Of VERY III IIIPrompt Il IlPrompt ILLPrompt
Prompt Denial by Business As Associates Associates Associates ¬
sociates but Drop Was WasCaused W WasCaused s sCaused
Caused in Pacifies PacifiesNew
New York June 21 JlRutnOl8 Rumors that E EH EH BH
H Harriman was WltlQl criticaUj tI t4Ut UI in II1VI II1VIenb Vi Vienna VIesusa ¬
enna that at times thn were w r exaggerated exaggeratedto
to the extent of saying that he was wasdead wasdead wasdead
dead all met with prompt denial by his hisassociates hi hiassociates hisassociates
associates and at the > Union Pacific of offices offic offlees ¬
flees fic today Notwithstanding Notwlth tandhlg this the re reports reports reports ¬
ports coupled with a sharp bear raid raklcaused rakIcaused raidcaused
caused a decided break in the stock stockmarket stockmarket stockmarket
market and the decline in the socalled socalledHarriman socalledHarriman secalledHarriman
Harriman stocks had not been checked checkedwhen checkedwhen checkedwhen
when trading closed closedUnion closedUnion closedUnion
Union Pacific dropped four points and andrecovered andrecovered andrecovered
recovered only a quarter leaving a net netlose netloss netloss
loss of 3 for the day Southern Pa Pacific Paclflc Pacific ¬
cific showed a net loss of Z Reading Reading4V4
i 4V4 1 and Amalgamated Copper 3 3Losses 3Losses 3Losses
Losses as Ill high as II 12 1 points from the thehigh thehigh thehigh
high water mark of a few days ago agowere agowere agowere
were recorded recordedOne recordedOne
One of Mr Harrimans doeeet t asso associates a aecodates eo eoclates ¬
dates said that he felt convinced any anyreport anyreport anyreport
report purporting to indicate that Mr MrHarriman MrHarriman Mrharriman
Harriman was seriously serlou ly ill was 18 utterly utterlyfalse utterlyfaille utterlyfalse
false falseWe
We have received several cable mes messages messages moesages ¬
sages from Mr Harriman today he hesaid hekl hesaid
said kl One of these the e was addressed to toa toa toa
a member of hit family and gave no nohint nohint nohint
hint ofany of any change In Mr Harrimans Harrimanseondltion Harrimanseondl Harrimansaondltion
eondltion eondltionRobert eondl aondltionRobert tl n nRobert
Robert S Lovett vice president andgen andgeneral and andgeneral
general gen ral counsel of the Union Pacific PacificRailroad PacificRallroad PacificRaIlroad
Railroad company said saidI
I have no doubt that the rumors are arefalse arefal arefalse
false fal e I had a cablegram from Mr MrHarriman MrHarriman Ir IrHarriman
Harriman today upon a matter of bus business busInesa busmesa ¬
mesa I have been called upon almost almostevery ahnoeteery almostotery
every day da stnee Mr Harriman sailed sailedto
to deny false reports about his health healthI
I am tired of it and shall pay p y no fur further fur1her further ¬
ther attention to them themVienna themYlenna themVienna
Vienna June 21 1There There Is no truth in inthe Inthe Inthe
the reports which seem to have been beencurrent beencurrent beencurrent
current in many parts of the world that thatE
E H Harriman is seriously ill Mr MrHarrimans MrHarrimans MrHarrimans
Harrimans health on the whole is con considered considered considered ¬
sidered satisfactory Certainly there therehave therehave therehave
have been no serious complications complicationssince
since his arrival here He hats ha been beendriving beendrIving beendriving
driving dally On Saturday Mr Ham Harriman Hamman Hartman ¬
man was among the guests gue ts of the em emperor emperor emperor ¬
peror at the Neue Handels akademle akademleand
and on Sunday he witnessed the trot trotting trottI trotting ¬
ting tI ng races racesMr raceMr racesMr
Mr Harriman accompanied by his hisfamily hisfamtly hisfamily
family will leave here tomorrow for forScmmering forSemmerlng forSemmering
Scmmering in the eastern Alps of Aus AustriaHungary A18triaHungary AisstriaHungary ¬
triaHungary where he intends to stay stayfor stayfor stayfor
for several weeks weeksInnumerable weekInnumerable weeksInnumerable
Innumerable telegrams were received receivedhere receivedhere receivedhere
here today from all parts of the worldmaking worldmaking world worldmaking
making inquiries as to Mr Harrimans Harrimanscondition Harrlmanscondition Harrimanscondition
condition and it is believed by his rep representative representative representattve ¬
resentative that the unfavorable rumors rumorsregarding rumorsregardIng rumorsregarding
regarding his health have their explana explanation ¬
tion in certain maneuvers which have havebeen bavebeen havebeen
been going on in certain bourses bojr and andstock andstock andstock
stock exchanges
Helena Mont lont June SI DThe The third trial trialof trialof trisiof
of the famous suit of the St Louie Lo Min Mining MIRIng Mm Mming ¬
ing company against t the Montana Mining MlnJDgcompaDJ MIningcompany Miningcompany
company limited an English corpora corporation corporation corporaU052 ¬
tion Involving title to an anrich exceptionally exceptionallyrich
rich strip of mineral ground near Marys Marysville MarysiDe Marys1fle
ville this county was begun In the theUnited theUnited theUntud
United States court here he today toda The Theproperty Theproperty Thepropeity
property is estimated to be worth worthJ16WOOO WCKthI WOrthleoo
J16WOOO I ooo
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ond Trial TrialSan
San Francisco June 21 21When When the theease tbeeue thecaea
ease agcilnat ag gnth 1nat Patrick Pa k Olhoun presi president PAIIident president ¬
dent of o the United Railroads charging chargingthat chiuglngthat
that he offered a bribe of 4 400 to Su Supervisor Supen1aor Supervlaor ¬
pervisor John J Furey to secure an anoverhead anoverhead anoverhead
overhead trolley franchise e is called in inJudge InJudge InJudge
Judge William P Lawlors court next nextMonday nextMonda nextMonday
Monday counsel for the defense will willmove willmove willmove
move that the Indictment be set aside asideThey astdeThfY asideThey
They win present demurrers alleging allegingthat allegingthat allegingthat
that Judge Lawlor on account acco nt of his hisconduct hlaconduct hisconduct
conduct of the trial just concluded Is IIInot Isnot Isnot
not qualified to sit In the new case and andthat andthat andthat
that Francis J Heney Is disqualified disqualifiedfrom dlsquall ed edfrom
from acting as assistant l8tant district attor attorney attorne1 attorney ¬
ney because ofthe alleged fact that he hewas hewas hewas
was at t the time of his appointment by byDistrict b bDistrict byDistrict
District Attorney Langdon and is now nowan nowan nowan
an assistant a tstant to the attorney general of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the United States StatesUnder StatesUnder StatesUnder
Under the state law according to At Attorney Attorney Attorfley ¬
torney A A Moore who thus outlined outlinedthe
the plans of the defense in court today todayMr todayMr todayMr
Mr Heney cannot act in both capaci capacities capacities capactties ¬
ties tiesHeney
Heney declared that he > wait not and andnever andnever andnever
never had been an assistant attorney attorneygeneral attorneygeneral attorneygeneral
general of the United States although althoughhe
he sad been offered that office by At Attorney Attorney Attorney ¬
torney General Knox He denied also alsothe alsothe alsothe
the allegation made by Moore that he hehad hebad hehad
had drawn large sums of money from fromRudolph fromRudolph fromRudolph
Rudolph Spreckels for his services dur during durIng durtog ¬
ing the prosecution pro ecutlon of the graft cases casesAll caeAn casesAll
All money mone paid to him by Sprockets he hesaid hesaid hesaid
said had been paid out by him in turn turnto tumto turnto
to his assistants for salaries and ex expenses expenses cxpaUSes ¬
penses pensesSo
So bitter were the charges and coun countercharges countercharges countercharges ¬
tercharges of bad faith on both sides sidesthat lIIdesthat sidesthat
that Judge Lawlor reiterated warnings warningsalready warningsalready warnIngsalready
already given on numerous occasions occasionsagainst OCC8slonagainst occasionsagainst
against indulgence in personalities per onallties and andheated andbeated andheated
heated debate He said that if occasion occasionarose occasionaro occasionarose
arose aro he would take steps to find out outIf outIf outIf
If a systematic sy tematlc effort was being made to todefeat todefeat todefeat
defeat Justice
Appointments for Census Purposes PurposesWill
Will Be Made According to View Viewof
of the Senate SenateWashington SenateWsshlngton SenateWashington
Washington June 21 1Tbe The bill provid providing providIng providlug ¬
ing for the taking of the thirteenth cen census census conens ¬
sus was called up in the house today todayby
by Mr Crumpacker of Indiana today todayand todayand todayand
and a quorum being present the Re Republicans Republicans Republicans ¬
publicans decided to have the measure measureconsidered measurecolUltdfled measureconsidered
considered at once onceImmediately onceImmediately onceImmediately
Immediately the old discussion as to towhether towhether towhether
whether the rule of geographical appor apportionment apportionment apportionment ¬
tionment In the matter of appointments appointmentsshould appointmentsshould
should apply was revived Mr Sims of ofTennessee ofTenneseee ofTennessee
Tennessee strongly contended for the thesenate thesenate thesenate
senate amendment which ISrovides mvides for forsuch forsuch forsuch
such apportionment while Mr Hay of ofVirginia ofVirginia ofVirginia
Virginia wanted technical and scientific scientificpositions scientificpositions c cpo
positions po IUona exempted from the tew l of ap apportionment apportionment apportionment ¬
portionment portionmentThe
The apportionment amendment was wasvigorously WIUJvigorously wa wavigorously
vigorously opposed by Mr Crumpacker CrumpackerHe
He said that as II the result of the civil civilservice civillaws civilservice
service laws and the apportionment apportionmentrule
rule the standard of efficiency among amonggovernment aJDOD aJDODgovernment amonggovernment < <
government employes was not more morethan moretban morethan
than M I per cent of that of similar ser service serIce setvice ¬
vice in private establishments establishmentsA
A motion by Mr Sims to recede and andconcur andconcur andconcur
concur in the senate te amendment was wasagreed waaagreed wasagreed
agreed to All remaining amendments amendmentswere
were disagreed to and the Mil was sent sentback HIltback sentback
back to conference Messrs Crumoaek Crumoaeker
er Burlelgh of Maine and Hay of Vir Virginia Virginia Virgbda ¬
ginia being appointed on oit the part of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the houses > The house then adjourned adjourneduntil adjourneduntil
until Thursday
Moscow Mo cow June It tln In airordanf with withthe withthe withthe
the premises proD MS of Premier Stolyptn the thestate the8tate theState
state of 0 extr extraordinary ordlnar t uritya < p > < urit a mild mtidform mildform mildform
form of f martial JawJnder aw inder whl whkh h MOS MOSCOW 1I0cow Moscow ¬
COW wa was gwernd through the trublou troubloustimes trublouU trubloutimes
times U was allowed t try expire toda today > It Ithas ithas
has been replaced by a state of rein reinforced re reinforced I Iforced ¬
forced security which technically Is a amilder amilder amilder
milder form of government
Chun Sin Who Occupied Room RoomAdjoining RoomAdjoining RoomAdjoining
Adjoining in Custody of ofOfficers ofi ofOfficers
e 4 4New
ib New York June 21 lAdviee lAdvieellOtD Advices 4 < f fi >
4 i from Vancouver Va COuver say a Chinaman ChInamanItnawerlng Chlnamsuatawering < i iHlmwerin >
< Hlmwerin the description of Leon 1 1Llntr < t tI >
4 I Luis supposed murderer of Elsie Elsiet El le leS68e1 < >
4 < < t > Sigel was taken from a west We1J1bound 4 t tbound >
4 < > bound Canadian Pacific train at ati atRevels < >
4 < i > Revels Lake late today todayNew 4 < < i iNew >
4 44 4 4 444 4 4 44 44 444 444New
New York June 21 IAtter After a bit of ofpolice ofpolice ofpolice
police flurry today an n hour or two of ofunverified ofunverified ofunverified
unverified reports and telephoning be between between between ¬
tween cities the murder of Elsie Slgel Slgelresolved Siselreeolved Slgeiresolved
resolved itself Into an unsolved un o1ved crime crimeagain erimeapln crimeagain
again tonight tonightChun tonightChun tonightChun
Chun Sin who formerly occupied a aroom aroom amom
room adjoining that where the t girls girlsbody girl girlbody girlsbody
body was found IB held by the police policeat
at the little upstate village of Amster Amsterdam Am Amaterdam ter terdam ¬
dam N Y but what has been learned learnedfrom learnedfrom learnedfrom
from him has served rved to clear up the thecase thecase thecase
case little if any anyAt anyAt anyAt
At Schenectady the Chinaman arrest arrested ¬
ed today at first thought to be Leon LeonLing LeonLing LeonLing
Ling or William L Leon who Is sought soughtas
as 8 the girls murderer according to all allIndications allIndications allindications
Indications pretty well established that thathe thathe thathe
he is an unoffending Celestial who for formerly formerly formerly ¬
merly worked in a New York restau restaurant restaurant restaurant ¬
rant and whose arrest was w brought broughtabout broughtabout broughtabout
about merely through a striking re resemblance resemblance tosemblance ¬
semblance to Leon Ling LingNothing LingNothing LingNothing
Nothing New Learned LearnedThe LearnedThe
The disappearance dl ppearance of Chun Sin about aboutthe aboutthe aboutthe
the time of the discovery of the mur murder murder miiitier ¬
der made the police eager for his ap apprehension apprehension apprehension ¬
prehension which was considered sec second second seeend ¬
ond in importance to that of Leon but butthe butthe butthe
the interview with him at Amsterdam Amsterdamseems
seems to have brought out nothing of ofvalue ofvalue ofvalue
value to the authorities He maintains maintainsthat
that he rarely associated with Leon Leonand Leonand Leonand
and while acquainted with Elsie Sigel Slgelknows Sigelknow Sigelknows
knows nothing of the murder Thus Thuswith Thuswith Thuswith
with his arrest arre t of no great import importance ImportAnce importance ¬
ance the case is about where it was waswhen waawhen waswhen
when Elsie Sigels body was found in inthe intbe inthe
the trunk trunkWhile trunkWhile trunkWhile
While the authorities upstate were wereputting wereputtlJ1 wereputting
putting the two Chinamen through an aninquisition allInquisition anInquisition
inquisition Sun Long keeper of f the therestaurant therestaurant therestaurant
restaurant above which the body WAS waefound WASfound wasfound
found was being questioned at police polkheadquarters policebeadquert policeheadquartegs
headquarters s Sun Leong disappeared disappearedon
on the nisjit nlG t the body was found but butquietly hutquietly butquietly
quietly and an calmly c lmly surrendered himself himselfearly hlm himselfearly elt eltearly I
early today He Is being detained as a amaterial amaterial amaterial
material witness but his voluntary sur surrender surrender surrender ¬
render is taken to mean that he is isnot I Inot Isnot
not Implicated in the crime crimeGirl crimeGirl crimeGirl
Girl Quietly Buried BuriedIn
In the midst mld t of all the police activity activitythe
the body of Elsie Slgei was quietly quietlyburied quietlyburled quletiyburied
buried in Woodlawn cemetery As the thefather tbefather t4efather
father had announced last night that thathe thithe ththe
he wished to avoid any more publicity publicitythe
the coffin containing the mutilated form formwas formwas loranwas
was taken directly from the morgue to tothe tothe tothe
the burying ground in a plain under undertaking undertaking undertaking ¬
taking wagon The ceremony at the thegrave thegrave thegrave
grave was strictly private and was at attended attended attended ¬
tended only by her father two broth brothers ¬
ers Reginald and Theodore and by byher byber byher
her uncle Franz Sigel SigelMrs SIgelMrs SigelMrs
Mrs Sigel it will be recalled broke brokedown brokeciDwn brokedown
down completely when she learned of ofher ofber ofher
her daughters death and Is now in a asanitarium asanitarium asanItarium
sanitarium Although the mission in inChinatown InChinatown inChinatown
Chinatown where Elsie SIgel formerly formerlytaught formerltalght formerlytaight
taught has been closed clo ed a meeting of ofChinese ofCblnese ofChinese
Chinese who have been converted to toChristianity toChristianity toChristianity
Christianity was held in a Doyer street streetmission streetmlsskm streetmission
mission this afternoon to discuss plans plansfor plansfor plansfor
for raising a fund to be offered as a areward areward areward
reward for the capture of Elsie Sigels Sigelsslayer Slgelaslaer Sigelsslayer
slayer No definite sum was decided decidedon
on but a committee will go through throughChinatown throughChinatown throughChInatown
Chinatown soliciting subscriptions subscriptionsChinamen subscrIptionsChinamen subscrIptionsChinamen
Chinamen Feel Disgrace DisgraceRev
Rev Fungy Mow who acted as chair chairman chairman chairman ¬
man said Leon Ling had never been beenconnected beenconnected beenconnected
connected with the them1 mission 8ion in any way wayand wayand wayand
and as far as he knew had never at attended attended attended ¬
tended any school in Chinatown China town Mtew MtewSlgel 311MWSigel 1 1Sigel
Sigel he said had taught him The Thescholars Thescholars Thescholars
scholars he continued keenly felt the thedisgrace thedlagrace thedisgrace
disgrace the murder had brought upon uponthe uponthe uponthe
the mission schools and stood ready to toaid toaid toaid
aid the police In every way to cap capture capture captore ¬
ture the murderer murdererTheories murd8lerTheories murdererTheories
Theories as to the motive of the mur murder murder murder ¬
der all coincide as waif wa indicated last lastnight laatnight lastnight
night on the jealousy of Leon Line LineThat LingThat lAngThat
That he killed her because of her ap apparent apparent apparent ¬
parent friendship for Chu Gain who is isstill I Istili isstill
still detained as a material witness Is hithe IsU isthe
the U predominating belief In support supportof
of this theory Mrs Florence Todd one oneof oneof oneof
of the most prominent women workers workersIn
In Chinatown who knew Elsie EI Ie Slgel Sl el and andher andher andher
her mother Intimately said this after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon noonI I know Chu Gain who IB under ar arrest arr88t arrest ¬
rest very well He is one of the few fewChinamen fewChinamen fewChlnamen
Chinamen whom I would trust with withmy w1tbm withmy
my m life Mrs Slgei and Elsie also knew knewhtm knewhim knewhim
him for mary years eara They were in introduced introduced intiOdUcetl ¬
troduced to him through an uncle of ofhis ofbls ofhis
his hisI
I believe Elsie was in love with withContinued witbContinued wIthContinued
Continued on Page 2
Otherwise the Inmates of the theState theState theState
State Industrial School Fare FareWell FareWell FareWell
Well Under Thomas ThomasBOYS ThomasBOYS ThomasBOYS
IpecuU to The Herald HeraldOBden Herald0Ide0 Heraldcden
OBden June 2L 2L8tortee Stories of 0 cruelty er1IIIIqfood bad badfood hadfeed
food incompeteacy and graft pattpeated raft wee is ispasted i ipeated
peated and amplified by b the wttnisKsj wttnisKsjespecially wt wte8WclaIly wiespecially
especially by 1 H Scott who was wasthe WMtile es esthe
the witness wim stand a good nan partday of t tkt tktday t tday
day at the state industrial school acItooIve in investigation InveigatIoe ¬
vestigation ve today The proceeding nt ntthe Iathe isthe
the afternoon were rendered more inter interesting ¬ I IetltJnc k keating
eating by the presence In the audience audienceof au auof
of a number of prominent stub ub ubfroaI women womenfrom womesfrom r
from Salt Lake City indicating that the theInvestigation t th thinvestigation beInvestigation
Investigation is to take a wider range rangethan rangethan I Ithan
than at first anticipated In the even evenins eVeDIDC evenlag
ins the investigating Inve tllJaUnc committee took tookrect88 a arecess asecees
recess to 8 oclock Wednesday Wedne 4ay morning morningso mom
so that there will be no inquiry Tues Tuesday Tuesday ruMday ¬
day dayAt
At the morning session ion Dr E M Oo Ooroy C Croy Con Conroy
roy a former trustee Frank Ballaatyme Ballaat Ballaatymeand j jand
and C H Chandler were requested requestedthe by bythe t t
the investigating committee to be beent pres present prescut ¬
ent and give testimony This was on re request request ¬ II
quest of the attorneys atto II for the citlnns citlnnscommittee clu clucommittee I Icommittee
committee Charles R Hollingsworth Hollingsworthclerk HolUw rtla rtlack
clerk ck > rk of the board of trustees who wiaoctlng is isacting Inacting
acting as attorney for Superintendent H HH JIH AH
H Thomas was placed on the stand to toshow toMOW toshow
show that he kept the records of the theboardand theboardand i
boardand that he would produce them themwhen theptwhen
when they tht were wanted Later Bauan Bauantyne un untyne I
tyne sent word that be would not II t ap appear appear appear ¬
pear pearFood Food Bad and Insufficient InsufficientMary 1
Mary Ann Jackson former assistant assistantmatron t tmatron J Jmatron
matron at tli school who cooked part partof 1 1of iof
of the time while hile at the school said the thefood thefood thefood
food was often kept too long the meet meatbecoming meetbecoming meetbecoming
becoming tainted and the dried fruit fruitwormy fruitwonny fruItwormy
wormy The syrup she said fermented fermentedand
and It was necessary to use Bod soda a in It ItIn itIn 0 0In
In the last week Wf > ek In each month there therewas therewu thereWI
was often a shortage of food She told toldof toldof toldof
of seeing Ing a boy > oy named Fensterniaker Fensterniakerwearing Fenstermakerwearing Fensterniakerwearing
wearing an Oregon boot in 1906 until untilMis untOIds untIlhis
Ids leg became sore and he could hardly hardlyget har4ly8et hardlyget
get up She said Superintendent Thomas Thomaswould Thr Thomaswould > m mwould
would grumble when she made requisi requisitions requisitioni ¬ t tUona
tions for food foodAfternoon foodAfternoon foodAfternoon
Afternoon Session SessionMuch SessionMuch Y Yo YMuch o
Much of the afternoon session was tak taken taken ¬
en up in a crossexamination of J H HScott Hlott HScott i
Scott but little that was new was brought broughtout broulbtolltDtu broughtoutLittle
out olltDtu little that Mr qcott I ott did not teil te n at atthe atthe ft ftthe
the original meeting at the Weber Weberacademy Weberacadenty j jaeaMIaJ
academy on June 7 His testimony was wasconfined waacooftned wascostfin
confined d largely to telling of taking the theJwf theC theCapisa
Jwf Captaa C or o Green he went by b both bothnames bothnames 1 1na
names na to the sick room for treatment treatmentand 4 4aDd
and seeing where a piece of flesh had hadbeen lIadbeen hadbeen
been torn from his arm nn by whipping of ofTiring ofthe ofseeing
Tiring the red marks on the boys hocks hockswhen hacksw lckxwhen
when w they were in the plunge room of ofthe ofthe 1
the attempt to escape by Bates Tripp TrippPerkins TrippPerkIns
Perkins and Wells with the knowledge of ofSuperintendent ofSuperintendent ofSuperintendent
Superintendent Thomas The testimony testimonyshowed ttBtimD1showed testimonyshowed
showed that Wells informed the guperfa guperfatendent superhitendent j jtendeDt
tendent of the proposed pro attempt He was wasthe wasthe t tthe
the leader in the scheme + secured th > tools toolsfrom toolsfrom t
from the carpenter shop took off the tbecreen thescreen thescreen
screen in the toilet room to enable f > the theboys t tboll iboys
boys to get out and then informed the thesuperintendent theauperlntendent thesuperintendent
superintendent who ho let the attempt pro proceed procard ¬ f fceed
ceed after posting officers to atch the thefour thetour thefour
four boys The three were put In cells cellson < eIIBon
on bread and water and whipped whileWells while whileWells i
Wells was shown special favors favorsThomases favorsThomases
Thomases All Superintendents SuperintendentsMuch Pc PcMuch
Much stress was laid on the return r tur1 of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the 17yearold son of Superintendent SuperintendentThomas SuperintendentTbo SuperintendentThomas
Thomas Tbo to the school I5 < hool one night at 11 11oclock IIoclock t toclock
oclock and his ordering the watchman watchmanto
to get two of the boys out of bed to toput toput toput
put away his horse The watchman re referred roferred ¬ f t tferred
ferred the matter to Scott who said saidPut I IPutI1 L LPut
Put PutI1 awa away > your > our own horse llor e you lazy lazyfellow lazyfellow lazyfellow
fellow fellowHe fellowlie fellowHe
He then referred the matter to Assfct Assfctant AIntant 88IItant
ant Superintendent Knees K who ruled ruledthat roWthat ruledthat
that young Thomas should put his own ownhorse ownhorse
horse away Superintendent Thomas was wasIn wasin t tIn
In California at s th thtt time On ms JIIatum re return seturn ¬
turn he called ca lied Scott cott into his oWes offleecensured sad sadcensured a acenaured
censured him for the language he hein used uaeIin
in addressing addres ing his son and soon after afterward afterward afterward ¬
ward told him he intended to discharge dischargehim
him on the grounds of Insufficient experi experience eaperlence perI perIence ¬
ence as 8 a carpenter although hr had ha < l lvlolJllly pre previously provlously ¬
viously told him he was well pleased with withhis wItIIbls withhis
his work workScott workSlott workScott
Scott toldof told of working for three weeks weekson WfP WfPon
on Thomas private house boll e on Mrfilfon Madleonavenue Mrfilfonavenue 1 1avenue <
avenue in the city and drawing pa pay for forthe forthe forthe
the entire month from the state When Whenked Whenasked hen henacked
asked ked if his conscience oon lence permitted him to toenter toenter toenter
enter Into collusion with Superintendent SuperintendentThomas SuperintendentThomas uperllln < 1PDt 1PDtThomas
Thomas to thus defraud the state he hesaid lieald hesaid
said he > knew of other Illicit proceeding proceedingand proceldj proceldjand
and thought it part of the th system Prssed Prssedfor Pr ecI ecIfor
for a specific peclf case he said President T TB TB TB
B Evans of the board of trustee tru tee fur furntshed fluc flucIBbed fsrniahed
ntshed supplies to the school right alng al alin
in deflanc e of the law but with the sane sanction sanetion ¬
tion of the th governor governorMr it
Mr fr Scott was asked by Attorney John Johnson Jo Joson 1oiiiison ¬
son if he did not consider con Ider that thatpfC1a1 hehad hehada be lad lada
a special mission if he were not the theman t tmaD tman
man who prayed on the streets of Salt SaltLake MItLake c cLake
Lake City for a golden t > lden sword He Hedtgnantly in indignantly isdignantly ¬
dignantly denied this and said that he hehad liebad hahad
had a mission as every man has a aaIon mis miesion mission ¬
sion sionYou
You have a mission he said to John Johnson JohIon ¬
son and then he was admonished < i by II
President Harry S Joseph that he must J1Iuatnot piuptnot mustnot
not embarrass the t counsel After tha thalaugh thalaup thelaugh
laugh died down and on the suggestion suggestionof
of N J Harris he asked ask Johnson to torefrain toretrain torefrain
refrain from badgering the witness witnessWhy witnessWhy
Why Kneass Was Suspended SuspendedCaptain SuspendedCaptain SuspendedCaptain
Captain W E Kneass assistant al tant su superintendent BUperlDtendel1t iiiperintendent ¬
perintendent was called ss a witness by
the ciUsens cl committee at the close cl of ofScotts ofScotts orScotts
Scotts testimony te tlmon He said he had held heldhis beI4hi heldhis
his hi position since Oct 1 UK 1 He related relatedthe
the Incident of the superintendents boy boygoing 1 boygoing oF oFq
going q away In a buggy at 8 in the morn mornCenttnued mornContinued mornCantlnued
Continued on Page 3
Missoula Mont June 21 21Accordin 21Accordinto According Accordingto
to the Daily Miseouian 50000 persons personsare personare
are expected to register for Flathead Flatheadlands FlatheadJanda Flatheadlands
lands in this city clt between July 1 16 and andAug andAug andAug
Aug 6 To house and feed this mighty mightyarmy mightarmy mightyarmy
army of people during the time It la lahere fahere ishere
here is a problem that is proving diffi difficult difficult difficult ¬
cult for a city of this size to solve solveThough JIOIveThough solveThough
Though it is expected that there will be bea
a constant Inflow and outflow it is isfigured Isftpred Isfigured
figured that each person will spend at atleast atleast atleast
least one day and night In the city and andHill andwill
will have to be fed and housed during duringthat durtngthat duringthat I
that time On this basis an average averageof
of about tO 0 will have to be taken care careof careof careof
of each > day dayHotel dy dyHol dayHotel
Hotel Hol and restaurant resturant accommodations accommodationsare aat
are necessarily neessrl limited liIte but the bust business bus bustness ¬
ness ne men of Missoula 1Ihsl are ae determined detrie
that the crowd however large larg It may my
be b shall Ihal be well taken care of An Anappeal Anappl Anappeal
appeal appl has been b made to the council councilfor counci 1
for permission prmlulon to erect ert tents tm in the thestreets t thestreets
streets stru for the purpose pup of feeding fe and andsheltering I t thtltrlni tsheltering
sheltering the homeseekers This il
htltrlni homeke ap appeal appl appeal ¬
peal pl has been b promptly pptly met by the thecouncil t tcouncil
council cunci and permission priioD granted It to use usesuch u rt j t
such streets sreet as ran be conveniently convenientlyu cveety i
u used d for this purpose purs As a result llt be befOr ¬
fore fOr the middle of July a tented tete city citywill citywi citywill
will wi spring sprint up in the th thoroughfares thoroughfaresand thorougare8
and unused lots lot of Missoula ula to shelter abeler 1I
the thousands of landseekern landseekernAlready landekeri r rAlready > A
Already a f few w of ff the te vanguard vangIard of k iIL
th tl homesteaders hom teaders are ar beginning binning to ar arrive arrhe atnyc ¬
rive that tt they te may have ha ve plenty p1 of o tins tinsand tme tmean timeand r
and opportunity to look over the
an ration atlon opptuy lo ove t roses reservation rer reratlon rosesration ¬ >

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