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G THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH THURSDAY AUG 26 1909 L
OUTLAW PLANNED PlANNrDTWO PLANNEDTYIOROBBERIES
TWO TYIOROBBERIES TYIOROBBERIESMaxwells ROBBtRIS ROBBtRISMaxwells
Maxwells Schemes Frustrated Frustratedby
by Vigilance of Sheriff SheriffKelter SheriffKelter SheriffKelter
Kelter KelterDETAILS KelterDETAILS KelterDETAILS
DETAILS OF THE SHOOTING SHOOTINGINTERESTING SHOOTINGINTERESTING SHOOTINGINTERESTING
INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT C L LMAXWELLS LMAXWELLS LMAXWELLS
MAXWELLS LATE MOVES MOVESC
C L Maxwell th the outlaw who was waskilled waskilled WaSkiled
killed ac a Price Monday examined the theieolver thel th theo1ver
ieolver l with which he ie was killed by byDeputy byDlputy byDeputy
Deputy Sheriff Ed Johnston two hours hourstwfore hoursbtfore hoursbfore
twfore he was hot As he looked over overth overthO overthe
th the weapon tested its grip and noted the thealibre thecalibre theiatibre
alibre he heThat said saidThat saidThat
That surely is s a good gun Id hate hateto hateto hateto
to go up against t it itThis itThis itThis
This was at 2 oclock in the afternoon afternoonat
at 5 i oclock Maxwell was lying in a room roomof roomof roomof
of the old Carbon county court house housewith houBewith housewith
with two gaping holes through his body bodyniade bodytnide bodymtde
niade by bullets from the gun which he hehas hehas hehas
has examined examinedThis examinedThis examinedThis
This revolver a 44 calibre Smith SmithW SmithWesson A AWesson
Wesson W < 880n was of special design which had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been made to order and presented to toSheriff toSherlft to3herIff
Sheriff Thomas L 1 Kelter a few months monthsago monttulago monthsago
ago agoSheriff agoSherlft agoSheriff
Sheriff Kelter who ho by the way is istne iBnp Isn
tne np n of the most popular officers of east eastern eastern eastem ¬
ern em Utah and one of the old type of ofwestern ofestern ofwestern
western sheriffs came to Salt Lake yes yesUrday yesttrday yesttrday
ttrday with the body of Maxwell bring bringing bringIng bringIng ¬
ing the effects of the outlaw which were wereil weredlIvered weredIlvered
il llvered to Mrs W V H Seaman Max Maxwells MaxWls MaxwlVs ¬
wells second wifeSheriff WIfe WIfeSheriff vifeSheriff
Sheriff Kelter Kelt said yesterday that Masf MasfWtil Ma MaWf Mawil
Wtil Wf I called at his office in the court courtlumse co courthuse un unnuse
lumse nuse soon after his arrival in Price PriceWhtn Pricehn PriceWhen
When hn Maxwll entered the office the thesheriff theth thetherlf
sheriff th Tltf was sitting at hill desk looking lookingo
o OVd i r some papers p pers stopping only long longf longfCI1ough longeimigh
f rough to answer Maxwells greeting
Vh sheriffs two revolvers were on either eitherEldo eitherI1ld eitherEtdt
Eldo of the desk where he usually lays laystiOm laystm laystAern
tiOm while engaged in otfie work and andMaxwell andlaxwell andIaxweLl
Maxwell picked up the revolver taking takingIt takinj
It from the leather holster and hefting heftingt
it t remarking that it was a good gun gunThen gunThn gunTlwn
Then after noticing the bore he ex extracted extra exirated ¬
tracted tra < ted one of the cartridges from the thebelt thebIt thebilt
belt feeling Its weight in his palm as ashf uhr ash
hf h remarked that he would hate to go golit goUT goir
lit against a bunch of lead like that thatMaxwell thatMaxwell thatMaxwell
Maxwell examined the th < other revolver on onthe ont111 onthe
the sheriffs shent desk and then turned his hisctttntion hisDttf hisiittnt1on
ctttntion Dttf > ntlon to the two Winchester rifles riflesFt riflesFtilTldlng riflesrtndIng
Ft FtilTldlng > ruling in the corner of the small room roomwith roomWith roomwith
with an old fashioned sawed off shot shotgun shotgun shotgun ¬
gun which completes the sheriffs sheriffsuimory sherlffsmory sheriffsmory
mory The sheriffs fine revolver revolverFt
Ft F cmed to have a peculiar fascination for forMaxwell forMaxwell forMaxwell
Maxwell however and he examined It Itagain Itagain ItgiIn
again before leaving the sheriffs office officeMaxwells officeMaxwell officeMaxwells
Maxwells visit to the sheriffs office officew officewas
w was i q made with his customary air of ofbravado otbravado ofbravado
bravado with a view to demonstrating to tothe toth tothe
the th people of Price that he was on good goodt goodtTmS goodterms
t terms > mns with Sheriff Kelter and his hisrt hiedputies his1ruties
rt dputies puties Sheriff Kelter a as usual paid paidlittta paidI1ttle paidlittle
littta attention to the bandit and more morethin moretl1111 morethx
thin once Maxwell had Keen wounded woundedir
ir spirit becauee e the Carbon county ser serIff ser1ff er erIff
Iff made no display of his close sur surv surlance surviJance
v viJance i lance on the bandit Excepting when wheni whenaHrd whenaUd
i allFd on to arrest Maxwell Sheriff Kel Kelt KeitT
t tT T has apparently paid little attention attentiont
t Maxwell except quietly to prepare for forOTI forun foror
OTI V emergency when Maxwell was in InTh
Tii Th region and to keep a close and secret secretnatdi secretW secretwatvh
natdi W < ifh on his movemerts movemertsTh
Th last time Maxwell was arrested by
Sheriff Kelter was at Helper two years yearsas yearsng yearsag
as when Maxwell tried to kill L 1 C CR CRoIdf1 CThidol
R RoIdf1 idel At that time Maxwell was boast boastIris boastIn boast1Tg
Iris In that no officer would arrest him as aBItT asTtir
K ItT entered the room Seeing the thesh theshriff thesfiriff
sh shriff riff Maxwell changed front in an aninstant allfntimt anirtsttnt
instant walking up to Kelter and say saynar saylng
lng 1 nar Hello sheriff do you want me meuTii meTl me1 me1t1j
uTii Tl submitting to arrest without a move movetf movelf movetf
tf protest
protestTwo
Two Robberies Failed FailedSheriff Fa FailedSheriff lied liedSheriff
Sheriff Kelter related a new chapter chapterin
in Maxwells life yesterday which shows showsth showsthtt bowsHut
th Hut it the gun men had planned two big bigrobberies bigrobberies bigrhheries
robberies within the last two months monthsboth monthsbth monthsbth
bth of which were foiled by Sheriff Kel Kelt Kelt1 Keltr
t t1 > r and his deputies The sheriff has a afalse afitJsO afiIst
false mustache musta h found on the bandits
biilv b which had ha been made from Max Maxw MaxW1lS Maxvlls
w W1lS IVs own hair Maxwells outfit also a1llo1f1luded also1rluded
ir 1f1luded luded some sticks of theatrical grease greasepaint grea greaseiaint e eIa
paint Ia nt and rouge which had been partly partlyva partly11H
va 11H u J up although the mustache had ap apt nprenty
1 intently t < ntly never been worn This mustache mustachehid
hid been made of loops of hair about aboutthreefourths aboutthTlefourtha aboutthrcefourths
threefourths of It being of the same sameihuie same1hade samehade
hade of Maxwells with a portion a arhade afhade arhade
rhade lighter The hair hl r was sewed to toa toa tobacking
a backing of canvas apparently taken takenGETTING takenGETTING takenGETTING
GETTING AT THE TRUTH TRUTHCocaCola TRUTHCocaCola TRUTHCocaCola
CocaCola People Prove the Perfect PerfectPurity PerfectPurity PerfectPurity
Purity of Their Pleasing PleasingProduct PleasingProduct PleasingProduct
Product ProductVould Producto ProductWould
o
Would yon y take away a womans char chara charBter charater
a Bter < ter by gowrip 8 IIIIIp unless a you were SURE SUREof SURJof
of what you were we talking about aboutHave aboutHave aboutHave
Have you any more mo right rI bt to attack the thecharacter th thcharacter thcharacter
character of any an article of commerce im imlra 1111l onls
lra l s you know actually actuaUynot not by hears heareLv heareLvtint i itut lY lYlitH
tint by actual PROOF PROOFthat that it is what whatu
< > u say it ita1 to Do you realize that wlu wluou Wthyou whyou
you > ou say or believe and repeat untru untruthings untrllthings untrtithings
things about such an article you are UJi UJiWtrrantedly onwrrantediy i ivtrrantedly
vtrrantedly robbing the makers of t tJat tJatarticle it itarticle
article of just so much of their Just nn nnlartst r nt nth
h lartst < > n ntct st trade tradeY tradeYtt tradeitt
Y itt t people occasionally not frequentl frequentlbrtttuse freQlhntlbCcause frequentIhcause
brtttuse most people are t properly in informed iniormed inIrmed ¬
formed through ignorance or malitv SH SHthit SHthat sv svthat
that CocaCola Contains L < cocaine This ThisCt i iabsolutely Inl
absolutely nl Ct > olutely and unequivocally a untrue T Tn Tn Tnr ri rilt
n r ports of worldfamous chemists ani aniten onieven
ten 011 of government experts have hI ye Un Unproved 1 1Iroved tn tnIroved ¬
Iroved this main malidots los falsehood tim tin tini i I t tr
< i r time Yet dishonest c competitors of Hi HiCocaCola < ttIoaCola 110 110ocaCola
CocaCola company continue to reit it ntbiough itthllIugh itthiugh
tbiough the medium of sincere but In Inlineal h htrkal hytricaL
lineal or totally ignorant people whom whomtht whomtlw whomthey
tht they have used as mouthpieces mouthpiecesWhy s sV
Why V h It is easily shown how Ignorant Ignoranthsome y ysome
some of these attacks are made when the then theDouthpieces themouthpieces
n mouthpieces speak or write of the b bvIr bvIrag hovrage < v < r rage
age as COCOA COI COLA A Instead of ofCOCA ofCOCA ofClbCA
COCA Cola ColaWhen ColaVhen ColaWhen
When anyore writes prints or tells you youthat youthat 0011that
that CocaCo v is a harmful har ful dnighahit dnighahitfomilng dnlghahitfonnlng drughabitforming
forming or dangerous beverage for young youngor oulJgor
or old you ou can put it down right then thenand tlwnand thenand
and thee as a falsehood arising from fromwicked fromwicked fromwicked
wicked maliciousness or absolute ignor ignorant Ignol811e Ignorane ¬
ant e If you nae an opportunity tell tellthem tellthm tellthem
them to have CocaCola analyzed by any anyIcneat anynat anyIcnest
Icneat nat COMPETENT T chemiat then to tosubmit tosubmit tosubmit
submit this analysis to any honest ca capable CRable capable ¬
pable able physician and get g et his statement as ast asto asto
t to to < > the wholesomeness whote omeness of CocaCola Then Thenlet Thenlet Thenlet
let him send to the CocaCola company companyat
at Atlanta Ga G Ga1 and get fre repo < > copies copiesof
of If analysis made by chemists w wo p o know knowas
as much in a minute as CocaColas CocaCo > as de detractors detractors detractors ¬
tractors know in a year yearchemlBts chemists who whoare whoare whoarc
are scattered in cities from the Atlantic Atlanticto
to the Pacific and are famous for their theirscientific theirsClImtltlc theirscientific
scientific attainments attainmentsThen attalumentsThen
Then when theyve spread spre these facts factsbefore factsbefore factsbefore
before them tell them they ought to go goout goout
out into the highways and byways and andfrankly andfr andfrankly I
frankly fr < nkly acknowledge their mistake and andthen andthen I
then apologize to the CocaCola company companyfor
for filching their character characterJust characterJust characterJust
Just as an example of the many state statements atatements statements ¬
ments the CocaCola company have on onfile onflip onfile
file regarding its delicious beverage beverageprint WM WMprint t tprint
print herewith the following analysis of ofCocaCola ofCOC8Cola ofCocaCola
CocaCola
Chicago April 16 1 1907 1907We 197We 1O7We
We beg leave to report to you the re result rel5ult resuIt ¬
suIt of analysis of CocaCola We pur purchased purhased purchased ¬
chased in the open mark t an original originalpackage originalpackage originalpackae
package of one gallon of CocaCola The Thecontents TbeontEnts Thecontents
contents of tote jug were submitted to a avery aery avery
very ery careful and exhaustive analysis for forcocaine torcocaine forcocaine
cocaine and alcohol and we failed to find findany findany findany
any trace of either Caffeine was found foundto
to the extent of 2 of one pr cent nt The Theamount qeamount lheamount
amount of caffeine contained In one oneounce oneounce oneounce
ounce of CocsCola used for making one oneglass oneglass oneglass
glass of the prepared drink is less than thanonehalf thanonehalf thanonehalf
onehalf that contained in a cup of cof coffee coffee coffee ¬
fee of average strength strengthVery str strengthVez7 ngth ngthVery
Very respectfully submitted submittedTHE submittedTHE submittedTHE
THE COLUMBUS LABORATORIES LABORATORIESPer
Per J A Wasener WasenerAnd WessnerAnd WesenerAnd
And dont forget while youre oure reading readingthis readingthis elidingthis
this that It is because millions of peo people people poplo ¬
ple like CocaCola that It has aroused the theenvy theenvy theenvy
envy of 1 unscrupulous con comlWlltora > PUtorar Why Whyeven Wbyeven sVhyeven
even the arrow design so long used by byxhe bythe
the CocaCola company has been imi imitated ImItated Iniltated ¬ I
tated by advertisers who have gained gainedthe gainedthe
the mistaken idea that It is the advortls advortlsJng advertisIng advortlslag
lag of CocaCola that has made it so sopopular sopopular sopopular
popular Instead of its deliciousness awl anlTVholesoaienesfl anIwholesomeneSt1 awlwholcsOmeflCM
TVholesoaienesfl For you navel tasted tastfdanything tastpdanything tastedanything
anything mors delicious and refreshing refreshingIt
It is a prime thirst quencher and leavs leavsthe IflVStbenlcest leavsthe
the tbenlcest nicest taste of anything you yo eve evedrank el14r ecrirUnat
drank 4r irUnat at the soda fountain tountalnilUJ1U LountaintnttJtr
ilUJ1U tnttJtr
from i i I LitJ Lnirig jfijr or O a coat < and on the thfback thiback I Iback
back of this can1 callas is a strip of court pits pitster pLi piastee I Iter
ter had iad bi been n sewed sew Pd The mustache < > was wascrudely wascrudel wascrudely
crudely manufactured but as Sheriff SheriffKeUer SheriffKelter SheriffKeUer
KeUer remarked It would look natural naturalenough naturaenOUCh naturalenough
enough behind a sixshooter sixshooterOne
One of Maxwells recent plans pi was to torob torob I Irob
rob the bank at Green < River Ttsh Tt tft1t h and andthe andthe d dthe
the other was to hold up thp paxmas paymasti paymastias 0 L La
a as 41 he was w farrving carry inR Ills money from tn tnPrice thPrIce tip tipPrice
Price bank to Kemlwoth l six miles GIS GIStant distant is istaut
tant tantSheriff tantSberitt tautSheriff
Sheriff Kelter Klt r first learned of the plan planto
to rob t the > M Green River bank on July Julyand 9 9and 1 1aRd
and work on his counterplot began im immediately immedlawJy unmediately ¬
mediately He came to Salt Lake an anengaged an4 an4enaCed an4engaged
engaged Ed Johnston aa a deputy de ty and also alsoengaged alsoengaged alsoengaged
engaged John McQoarrie another deputy deputyof
of unquestioned courage and skillful with witha
a 1 gun In his hi plan to rob the Green GreenRiver GreenRiver GreenRiver
River banK Maxwell had enlisted eali < te the theaid theaill theaid
aid of five men four of whom are known knownto
to Sheriff Kelter who also ascertained ascertainedthe
the details of their plan planPlan planPlan planPlan
Plan to Rob Bank BankGreen BankGreen BankGreen
Green River Is seventyfive miles east eastof eatof eastof
of Price on the Denver nver A I Rio Grande Granderailroad GranderaUtlJad Granderaihad
railroad with hardly a settlement be between between betweeji ¬
tween the two towns Under the plan planmade planmade planma
ma made < < re by Maxwell one of his accomplice accomplicetook accomplicestook
took a string of saMte Jdle horses to a point pointnear pointnear pointnear
near Desert Df > sert Switch about seventeen miles mileswest mllellwest mileswest
west of Green reen River There the horses horseswere horseswere horseswere
were pastured in a meadow where a ablind ablind ablind
blind stream rises rl e from the desert form forming formin formlog ¬
log in a sort of secluded oasis near the rail railroad railroad railroad ¬
road tracks The robbery was to have havebeen havebc havebeen
been bc n accomplished during the week of ofJuly ofJuly ofJuly
July 17 to July 24 and the horses were wereat
at the meadow m adow near Desert Switch on onJuly onJuly onJuly
July 17 17The 17The 17The
The plan as prearrarged was for Max Maine Maxwell Maxwell ¬
ne well 11 and the others to go to a pont pontnear lKJntnear po4ntnear
near Green River on freight trains as asthe asthe asthe
the best way to avoid detection and all allwere allWlrE allwere
were to meet at a point known as the thelone thelone thelone
lone tree two miles from Green River Riverwhere Riverwhere Riverwhere
where the horses would be In waiting
Maxwell had planned the holdup to be beeffected beeffected beeffected
effected at noon when the bank is in incharge inharge inohargo
charge < of only one man From the lone lonetree loneUt lonete
tree Ut > rendezvous the band could ride rideuown rideoown ridetIOWfl
uown a gully to within 130 yards of the theGreen theGreen theGreen
Green River bank before they would be beseen beseen beseen
seen from the town townThe townThe townThe
The plan then was to rush the bank bankas
as quickly as possible lea leaving vine one man manoutside manoutside manoutside
outside to watch the horses and another anotherto
to hold lack any an one who might come cometo
to the assistance of the lone man in the thehank thehank thehank
hank while Maxwell with three or four fourothers tourothfTS fourothers
others was to do the work inside insideTheir insideThdr insideTheir
Their plan for escape was as carefully carefullyarranged carefullyarranged carefullyarranged
arranged as that of attack After clean cleaning cleaning cleanlog ¬
ing out the bank the party wa to ride rideback rideback rideback
back through the gulch by which they
had entered the town and then make for lorCedar forCedar forCedar
Cedar Mountain From there a circuit circuitwas
was to be made towards Robbers Roost Roostmade Roostmade Roostmade
made famous by Butch Cassidy and
his gang twentyfive years ears ago agoMaxwell agoMaorwell agoMaxwell
Maxwell had anticipated that any posse possewould possewould posseWould
would make straight for this spot and andhis andhis andhis
his plan was to double on the lead and andthe andIhe andthe
the gang was then to scatter and make maketowards iaketowards
towards Price the members scattering scatteringand I
and coming in later from different direc directions directions directions ¬
tions tionsThe tionsThe tionsThe
The plans of Sheriff Kelter and his hisdeputies hisdeputies hisdeputies
deputies to capture the gang were spoiled spoiledby
by an accomplice of Maxwells now liv living 11 11Ing living ¬
ing in Green River Riv l who warned Maxwell Maxwellthat Maxwellthat Maxwellthat
that their plars for f r robbing the bank bankwere bankwere banKwere
were probably known as a close watch watchwas watchwas watchwas
was being kept This was about July Julyand
20 2 and only a day or two before the raid raidon
on the bank was to have been attempted attemptedMaxwells attemptedMaxwells attemptedMaxwells
Maxwells Second Plan PlanMaxwell PlanMaxwell PlanMaxwell
Maxwell left the coi country ntry immediately immediatelygoing immediatelygoing immediatelygoing
going to Ogden where he remained un until until until ¬
til last Thursday mornIng with his second secondwife secondwite secondwife
wife Mrs W H Seaman as she calls callsherself callsherself callsherself
herself Funds were apparently low as asMaxwell asMaxwell asMaxwell
Maxwell pawned seme of the womans womansjewels womansjewels womansjcwels
jewels on which he realized nearly 400 400before 400before 400before
before starting for Carbon county again againMaxwell againMaxwell againMaxwell
Maxwell left Ogden at 7 oclock on the themorning themorning themorning
morning of Aug 19 arriving at Helper Helpershortly Helpertortly Helpershortly
shortly after noon the same day It is isbelieved isbdieved Isbelieved
believed that he hid in the railroad yards yardsthere yardsthere yardsthere
there until after dark and then made madehis madehis mattehis
his way two miles westward to Spring SpringOien SpringGlen SpringGlen
Glen on the railroad between Helper and andPrice andPrice andPrice
Price PriceSheriff PriceSheria PriceSheriff
Sheriff Kelter learned of his arrival in inSpring inSpring InSpring
Spring Glen immediaUly Immedlat b Maxwell evi evidently evidently evidently ¬
dently feared that he might be watched watchedand
and kept hidden In a cellar at Spring SpringGlen SpringGlen SpringGlen
Glen where he slept Friday Saturday Saturdayand
and Sunday nights On Saturday after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon when the paymaster rode through throughSpring throughSpring throughSpring
Spring Glen on his way ay to Kenilworth Kenilworthhe
he was accompanied by a strong guard guardMaxwell guardMaxwell urd urdMaxwell
Maxwell and a partner were provided with withhorses withhones withhorses
horses and hidden behind a shack along alongthe alongthe alongthe
the road near the water tank half way wayto wayto wayto
to Kenilworth when the paymaster and andAMUSEMENTS andAMUSEMENTS andF
F AMUSEMENTS AMUSEMENTSORPHEUM J JORPHEU
ORPHEUM THEATRE THEATREOne
One of the prettiest and daintiest little littleacts littleacts littleacts
acts that has been seen in Salt Lake is isthat Isthat isthat
that which is playing this week at the theOrpheum theOrpheum theOrpheum
Orpheum theatre and which is called calledFun callEdliuD calledin
Fun in a School Room George Hill Hillman Hillman lullman
man who plays the part of the schoo schoolmaster schoomaster schoomaster ¬
master is a character comedian who Is Iswell iswell iswell
well known on the th burlesque stage and andin andin
in his interpretation of Henry Schultz Schultzhe SchuUhe
he shows his capabilities and never once onceInfuses onceInfu onceinfuses
Infuses Infu s the character with the slightest slightesttouch slightesttouch slightesttouch
touch of exapsu exaggeration exaggerationThe xagg < ration rationThe ratnnTht
The thlHien over n l whom he exercises exerciseshis
his vartntd arenlal tar ar aI aro < M < > all exceptionally exceptionallytalented exceptionallYtal exceptionallytalented
talented tal 1 tffi and th tills are a a5 = dainty a
I
GEORGE HILLMAN HILLMANAt
At the Orpheum Theatre this week weeklittle weeklittle weeklittle
little bunch of kiddits ki itA ae evertripped to toschool toschool toschool
school The curtain to the act is one onewhich onewhich onewhich
which brings tears to the eyes of many manya I Ia
a sil snnt nt onlooker and causes them to tolealize totealize
lealize that however strict their master mastermay mutermay mastermay I
may have seemed to them he is at heart heartone heartone heartone
one of the kindest of mortals and loves loveshis loveshis loveshis
his pupils with a fathers love loveMr loveMr loveMr
Mr Hlllman is responsible In great greatmeasure greatmeasure greatmeasure
measure for the Success uccess of the little act actand actand actand
and the catchy strains of the musical musicalnumbers musicalnumbers musicalnumbers
numbers are likely Iik ly to be hummed and andwhistled andwhistled andwhistled
whistled all over the city A special fea feature feature teature ¬
ture Is the cute staging of I Wont Play PlayWith Pia PiaWith PlayWith
With You Any More by Tutz McGuire McGnireand
and Milt Francis in Games of Our OurChildhood OurChildhood OurChildhood
Childhood Days scores Icor heavily heavilyOPENING hea heavilyOPENING vily vilyOPENING
OPENING OF COLONIAL COLONIALThe
The opening attraction at the Colonial Colonialtheatre ColonialthfOatre Colonialtheatre
theatre for the season aelUl n Is to be Fifty FiftyMiles Fttt FtttMiles FiftyMiles
Miles from Boston opening Monday Mondaynight Monanight Monaynight
night August 30 One of the most ec eccentric eceantrtc eccentric ¬
centric and laughable characters In InFifty inFifty InPifty
Fifty M113S From Boston is that of ofMrs ot11rs ofMrs
Mrs Tilford a gaddy village gossip and andas andas andas
as portrayed by Miss Laura Bennett Is Isone I Ione Isone
one of the most mo t excruciatingly laughable laughableperformances laughableperformances laughableperformances
performances ever e er seen on the stage In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the third act of the piece ece Miss Mi J Bennett Bennetthas Bennetthas Bennetthas
has a song entitled Aint It Awful Awfulwhich Awtulwhich Awfulwhich
which is l u usually eneored until the actress actressis actresIs
is breathless Miss Bennetts makeup makeupfor
for the character of Mrs Tilford is a awork awork awork
work of art and her every appearance appearanceduring appearancedurIng appearanceduring
during the presentation p tlon of the piece is isa Isa
a signal for screams sOl IUrls of laughter laughterBLANCHE laughterBLANCHE laughterBLANCHE
I
BLANCHE BATES COMING COMINGJ
I Istaff
J Claranee Cl rtnee Hyde of David Belascos Belascosstaff Belascosstaff
staff Is In Salt Lake arranging with withManager withManager I
Manager George D Pyper of the Salt SaltLakn SaltLtkn SaltLakn
Lakn theatre for the appearance of Miss MissBlanche MIssBlanche MflssBlanche
Blanche Bates at that theatre next week weekin
I
in The Fighting Hope a famous pro prolueti prot1uctin I Iduction
duction < lueti < > r In which she has added to her heriri
iri II s Miss Bates has not been seen seenn
n Slt S Tt Lak for five yars yr ars and Tvlll on ondo tindobtedh InEofbttdh
do Eofbttdh > btp < JU gt t a royal ro > l reception rec ptlon from her heradmirers hrradmrera heradrn4crs
admirers admreraUgOJU
UgOJU UIIr nUtmlm
I tiuru llcls l0se1 sstii They Theyw ss d up the tfcajari t theariy < t tjJany
jJany jari > and evidently idtly > concluded that It ttas Itu Itvas
> vas as u too uig fur t them kit l101 ni allowing the mn mnto
to pass btiieviig btl1eY ig tney ti1 had not bean IeeB IeeBMaxwells eea aeeaMazwella eeaMaxwells
Maxwells partner on tins occasion ooea t n was wasa
a heavjiy bunt bu t man who is not well known knownin
in the vicinity vicm ty of Price PriceAbout PriceAbout PriceAbort
About ten t n days ago CO C E Davies who wteoins wllohu whohes
hu ins h be n > n implicated < t with Maxwell Ma wen in a alunibir aiJUmOlf anuniber
lunibir of ixy xiJtclition lition and a who was wasoruerea wasvruerea wasuruerea
oruerea to leave tti tha country for hie con conjkjction CODl conectzon
jkjction l cton with Maxwell wild the pandit panditt DCLDdltiUot tnditafloL
t not > ij C itcluei tWO t ytars agjptai sP al Help Helper ¬
er appeared at f trlce rice ana began ma PJak1a5 PJak1a5nqU1n Zfladgnqulnes King Kinguqulries
uqulries concerning conc rn1D Sheriff Kelter aau aaunts I1k1niB anuills
niB gun men deputies depu naming Jannaieo Jannaieoand jOftD JflnsteuLn U1l U1land
and Ln McQuarri uavtoti Vav remarked mat t tnad US USnau 1knad
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taut Maxwell would be p e la Price Thursday Thurs i1tUleday 1bunday ¬
day ana he would make ma short I5hortWOnf worn et etiveiter 0 0ieUtr ofielter
iveiter and 00 his gun men menTraveling menTraveling menTraveling
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On last Monday morning m mInI th tJ day he hemet bemet hemet
met nis death Maxwell appeared in Intl1ce Intl1ce88Y Price 1rlcasaythg Pricesaying
saying 88Y he had walked in from a sheep sneeycamp sheepcamp neepcamp
camp lie Immediately began to load up upon upon upon
on ITtoe whisky telling want a bad man mautie IRaune manhe
tie was whim a gun Xo demonstrate Ate Atefuretnes hillfldcn histie
furetnes tie reeness he accosted c d two traveling men menand menand menand
and at the point of his revolver he com compelled comptlled cornpelled ¬
pelled them to come ome into a saloon 8I OOIl ana anaouy anoouy anaDuy
ouy drinks drinkturly drinksJarly drinksharly
turly in the afternoon Maxwell call called caUedat d dat
at the sheriffs office and at 4 < oclock oclockwhile oclockwhile CIOCIEwhile
while he was in the Old R Resort scrt saloon saloonThomas saloonThomas loOn loOnThomas
Thomas Burge a special agent for the theDenver t theDenver e enver
Denver nver Rio Grande railroad ra passed passedthe paMedtb passedtime
the tb saloon Burst la employed emplo as a de detec detecdve detecdve
tec tecdve tlve and police officer zee toe CK the rail railroad railroad railroad ¬
road bill principal duty being to run run down downboxcar dOwnboxcar downboxcar
boxcar ti thieve teve and he bad Incurred the theenmity theenmlt theenmity
enmity enmlt of Maxwell who supposed Burgc Burgchad BUIIchad Burgehad
had had something to do with his being beingwatched be1Dcwatched beingwatched
watched watchedCalling watchedCalling watchedCaUlug
Calling the attention of the men in the thesaloon thesaloon thesaloon
saloon Maxwell pointed to Barge say saying saying Saytag ¬
ing ingTheres
Theres a Ill get be before before before ¬
fore he leaves town townA
A few minutes later Maxw Maxwell U asked askedDeputy askedD askedDeputy
Deputy D eputy Sheriff She rift Johnston to accompany accompanyhim accompanhm
him uptown and instead of taking the themain themain I
main street Maxwell suggested that they theygo
go to the east of the warehouse As Asthey Asttey Asthey
they passed the building which Is oppo opposite oppoIte opposite ¬
site Ite and across the railroad tracks from fromthe froblthe fromthe
the court house Maxwell dropped behind behindJohnston behindJohnston behindJohnston
Johnston saying sayingYoure saylnYoure sayingYoure
Youre the Im after afterYou afterYou ft51 ft51You
You are doing this outside work for Kel Kelter Kelter KeIter ¬
ter and you worked out this Green Rlwar Rlwarproposition Rlftrproposition Rirproposition
proposition as well as the Kenilworth KenilworthJob
Job and Im going to get you youJohnston youJohnston youJohnston
Johnston turned telling Maxwell to put putup putup putup
up his gun saying he was not looking lookingfor
for trouble troubleIm troubleIm troubleim
Im going to get you anyhow said saidMaxwell saidMaxwell saidMaxwelL
Maxwell MaxwellWith MaxwellWith MaxwelLWith
With his left hand Johnston grabbed grabbedfor
for Maxwells revolver a S2calibre Colt Coltautomatic Coltautomatic Coltautomatic I
automatic at the same time drawing his hisown hisown 1 1own
own revolver the one belonging to Sher Sheriff Sherift Sheriff ¬
iff Kelter and which Maxwell had exam examined examined exammed ¬
ined an hour or two before beforeMaxwell befOreMaxwell I IKaxweU
Maxwell fired the bullet passing passingthrougn passingthrougn I
througn the lapel of Johnstons coat with within ¬
in a few Inches of his heart but Inflict Inflicting inflicting ¬ I Iing
ing not even a scratch scratchJohnstons scratchJohnstons I
Johnstons revolver spoke at the same sameinstant sameinstant me meInstant
instant and the deputy fired three shots shotsin I IIn
in quick succession two reaching their theirmark theirmark theirmark
mark The first bullet that struck Max Maiwell j jwell I Iwell
well entered the cheat Just above the right rightnipple rightnipple i
nipple and the impact turned his body bodyso
so that the second shot struck Just over overthe i ithe Ithe
the heart both coming out of the back backtwo backtwo j
two inches apart apartMen i iMen IMen
Men who were watching the affair from fromacross fromacrosS I Iac1088
across the th railroad tracks saw the dust dustfly dustfly
fly from the coats of both men as the thebullets thebullets I Ibullets I
bullets struck them and they saw the thetear thetear I
tear in Maxwells back as the bullets bulletspassed bulletspassed
passed pa ed through his body and also the thespatter thespatter thespatter f
spatter of dust when th the spent balls were wereimbedded wereimbedded I Iimbedded
imbedded in tbe t ground groundSheriff groundSheriff
Sheriff Kelter wa on the rear porch porchof I
of the court house when the shooting be began begin ¬
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gan ganhI
ganI hI I heard the sharp crack of the auto automatic automatic ¬
matic gun and then the boom of the thefortyfour thefortyfour thefortyfour
fortyfour followed by two more booms boomsas
as > I ran through the office said Sher Sheriff Biteriff ¬ I IIff
iff Kelter yesterday iY The first two re reports reI yeports ¬
ports I > < rts were almost blended but I recog recognized recognized recognized ¬
nized my revolver instantly It is the theonly theonly theonly
only one of its kind in the county and andJohnston andJohnston andJohnston
Johnston and I had been practicing with withIt
It Thomas Burge also al o said he recognised recognisedthe
the report from where he was standing standingsome tandingI
some I distance up the street streetI I II
I reached the front door of the court courthouse courthouse courthouse
house Just in time to see Maxwell reel reeland reeland reeland
and fall I did not know who it was that thathad thathad thathad
had fallen and running over to where whereMaxwell whereMaxwell whereMaxwell
Maxwell lay I began to look for the theother theother theother
other man in the scrape Passing Pas l g around aroundtbe aroundthe aroundthe
the warehouse I saw Johnston walking walkingeast
east along the sidetrack and I asked him himif
if he was hurt Johnston said saidNo saidNo saidNo
No I am all right Maxwell took tooka
a shot at me and I shot him I dont dontknow dontluow dontknow
know whether I killed him or not I then thensaid thenaid thenraid
said saidTheres Theres a dead man out there any anyway anyay anyway ¬
way ay You go to the office and stay there thereuntil thereuntil thereuntil
until I come comeOn comeOn comeOn
On his way to the court house Johnston Johnstonmet J hnstonmet
met D O Fausett town marshal run running running running ¬
ning to the scene acex with a Winchester ri rifle rifle iifle ¬
fle and Johnston surrendered his revolver revolverto
to the marshal marshalW
W H Frye county attorney was Just Justleaving justleaving justleaving
leaving for Helper where he had a care careon C8tCon cascon
on trial He instructed the sheriff to tosubpoena tosubpoena tosubpoena
subpoena a Jury call the acting coroner coronerand coronerand coronerand
and after viewing vl wing the body to adjourn adjournthe
the hearing until the next day dayFloating dayF1oatn dayFloating
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