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S 10 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY DEC 7 1909 Ii
LAST HONORS PAID
d TO BElOVED WOMAN I I
Mrs Emily Hyde Chase Is Laid i
to Rest in the City
Cemetery
S 1 ores r friends paid honor to the
me iuI of Sirs Kmily M Hyde Cha ° e I
at the iuiiral 1 services held yesterday
at tu cc < oni j uf her daughter Mrs W I
H linnre I No liV Seventh avenue
There A as a profusion of flowers and
a large i > assemblage was present at the
burial at t he I City cemetery
1r J > erviees tie re i conducted > d by W
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MRS EMILY HYDE CHASE
A T 1 r J and Mr1 X A Ka inMlil read
fis ior tin 11 i > 1 < lninh of Christ
VintHt and a solo I was given by Miss I
l1l4rll I
Mrs Chase had been a sufferer from f r
rheumatism for the last twenty year
ynd + + Christian fortitude lId been
reguid UJ a leuiarkabie trait of the
nobi character which had won for her
B wide circle of friends throughout the
stag She died at the home of her
< lau liter Mrs J G McAllister No t
Ear court
Mi i Chase was the daughter of
Orsir rt and Marinda Hyde and cs > me
here in 1852 Surviving her are the
following Mrs J G McAllister Mrs
W 11 McIntyre Mrs Rye Dlx Mrs Al
bert Walker and Mrs Alma Sadler
L CITY BREVITIES II i +
2 N STREW ELL president of the In
dependent Coal A Coke company of Ken
ilwurth who spent last week at the
mine in Carbon county reports that the
oinpany is putting in a new automatic
screening tipple which will improve the I
quality of the coal as delivered
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THK EAST SIDE branch of St MarE i
guild met yesterday afternoon at the
home of Mrs Russell Woodruff 71 P
street It being the last meeting be
fore the opening of St Marks baaar
final arracsemenls for disposition of ar
ticle which have been donated
nDGE8 GEORGE G Armstrong and M
L Ritchie of the Third district court
t held the regular monthly setting of
cases for the January term yesterday
Judge Armstrong set 37 cases and Judge
Ritchie fit
WIT ON A promissory note for Vat dat
ed 1 September 19 1908 was filed In the
district court yesterday by the I X L
Furniture Carpet Installment House
against A M and R G Adamson
TWO SUITS for the collection of prom
issory notes were filed in the district
ourt yesterday by the Behning Piano
iipany against the Poulton Music
company Walter J Poulton Jr WIni
fred W Poulton Walter J Poulton and
Mathonihah Thomas One note is dated
June 25 1906 for J6S440 and payable on
October 15 and the other bears the date
of September 27 last and payable o1
November 1 for J67970
fOHN W KENER foreman of the elec
trical department of the Utah Light A
Railway company returned yesterday
from a debt of three weeks in Denver
and Kansas City
rHl FOLLOWING officials of the Salt
Like Route have gone to Butte in con
> u Uon with the establishment of then
IK w freight and passenger agency at
thu point Assistant General Freight
and Passenger Agent J H Manderfield
District Passenger Agent Kenneth Kerr
and General Passenger Agent T C
Pick
A WRECK on Tennessee Pass was the
cause of the blockade Friday on the
Rio Grande
r Hi is SALT LAKE Womens club will
met at the home of Mrs Helen V
Kimball today at 299 p m 71 Gordon
axeaoe
EDWARD BARNES who give the ad
dress as General Postoffice New
Yrk has asked Postmaster A U
Thomas to help him find two nieces
When Mr Barnes saw them last their
nx ihes were Sarah Jane and Fanny Eva
n has heard that they have married
but to whom or where he does not
know
3EORGE DAVIS of Salt Lake was ar
r rc ited yesterday morning by Deputy
Marshal Julian Riley on a warrant
charging him with selling liquor without
a tovcrnmeat license Davis was later
released on ball
H TtKCEIPT BOOK issued to J W
Young by the Western Outfit company
was found unwrapped in a mail box I
yesterday Poatmftster A L Thomas
is holding it for the owner
I
r 1 TUTTLE assistant general freight
agent of the Oregon Short Line is away 1
fran the clt on a short business trip
H is expected to return in about three I
dace
ART B HARD a former Salt Lake 1 i
ntwsnaiitr man now located in the Phil I
Ippine islands in a visitor to the city
on Ins vacation I
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COLONEL GEORUK B
SQUIRES State
Insurance commissioner is still eon
fll1d d lo his home with illness but ex
pccts to get out shortly and start for
th t oast when hi will remain sev
eral weeks Hi health has been poor i
and a change of climate has been no
omniendtd by his physician
A IER IA EXT EXHIBIT will be kept
ai tin office of tilt state dairy and
feud commissioner WUlard Hansen in
tin I Dooley Mock The exhibit is that
of Hniiai Harms state chemist which
was shown l U the pure food show the I
past fortnight
MR AN1 11 MRS W A MILES announce i i
the eii axmfiit of their daughter Mat i
tie J to Homer i1 Edwards I j
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Clothing sale at Deskys I
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Piper H hI heck costs a little more
than ordinary tobacco because it is
manufactured of better material
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Removal Sale
Big reductions in wall paper and I
framed pictures before moving to our
elegant new store I
i EO W KBERT CO 57 Main St I +
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Are you going to takt
advantage of this
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UOpoortunity Sale
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E SAY t opportunity sale for two reasons It Is OT3R <
opportunity and YOUR opportunity We have bought
LJi so heavily because of the attractive goods offered tii
at equally attractive prices and because our purchases are
swamping us for room to IIOUHO thenwe are compelled to
do something1 The Christmas buying season is our opportu
nity for we cannot imagine a more pleasing1 useful Attrac
tive and lasting Christmas present than a pretty Dining Table i
a big comfortable roomy Rocking Chair or an equally desir
able piece of furniture for another purpose
q We have cut the prices on these goods as well an everything
else in the house We have not cut the price to below cost
no furniture house ever does thatbut we have cut them to
such a point that the few articles mentioned here will give you
but a faint idea of the savings to you at this Opportunity
Come and look You may pay a little down and a little each
week or month as you wish We sell furniture as you like it
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I Christmas
i Present
For You J
L 1 1 Madam
1 t bry t I tl
Absolutely
ROCKERS
Free e The MMWt a PPS dote Xmas xlft ini I
MgtMablei iwefMl every day is for E
TURKISH ROCKERS year for years to esaee A wide g
IIIItt re of designs sexee plrtuttn 10 p
flee rxest fastld4oas Made In fumril al
Thl elegant TurklHli Iloekcr steel 10 EVERY Salt Lake and
covered with I IW uaAe trasi atelier oak inaliastaMy
th genuine
roiittrtictluHi ctner genII lie b K mti reteea 92i
early EaaRlisk Reataittr i e
leather H hm d Ni ne Xwatt present II I a
to IH Nawall reitateti
HK1a1l1rl KIoo Xotr woman who comes to
our store between Of
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now and December 20 we
Oilier Turkish nek sere ex
pensively upholstered at from 9S00 will give a Christmas present
10 aooo Formerly prleed at from
SlOtHI to soee ent absolutely free This
present will be wrapped up
i i i put away and on December M r
24 she may call and obtain >
+ it without any formalities
Whatever present you may
r t get you will not be disappointed
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pointed we assure you It
TABLES =
will be nothing expensivegelid
gelid oak Rxtenntoii Tables quar
nor will it be cheap It will tersawed ieit sad lefts 41 luh
IRON BEDS aerers wheH eluaeil I gfeat extrn
be useful to you the whole Itettnlar 1811 beatitlfMl price Pi niece Iliew f fMrHltun
UetJIIIr fnll lsce < l Iran UNIli
Ineh cwHllHHHHs pasta with 7 flllern You dont
ear through t
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year
cHHmeled IR white 0
eaeh call green or
1285 1 I
Vernl Jlnrda i very pretty and very >
durable Regular price 1700 have to buy anything1 simply
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ply come and say I have
1 1 50
a come for my Christmas pres
ent
Specials in
i Little Things j
For the
BOYS Children
HAND CAR DOLL CARRIAGE
Constructed with sleet wheel and F BlijiHic tulilex 1U by 24 Inehexj made Exact + 97 Itf fammw F A Whltnr >
rubber tires j ehaln drive very < ir Rood imijtlo KeKHlnr price CO make fII lae < l ISnKttak staky tor
Kr Hxly HHtrHved thriiiiKliu nu 8100 Saw rl50 C loges Xtf lIiiitljr built tht Mfcbou
excellent i resent for any hey ether styles HH well LIke lll Ntri
JteKHlnr priee 850 Nun Large size red chairs JtejifM 35c tiessow frees
Inr rOC Xow
575 Youths rocker folltl mik Itllrltb
S 5 8 polished m Regular price 1 25 4 to 15 1
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TOYS
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Santa Claus has already visited us Come wid
see what he left for the boys and girls Every
thing imaginable may be seen here from a
1 hobby horse to a shoofly from a goi Ill t to
a n j a an express wagon Come Look
P 0 VI 0 Madsens Furniture Carpet Store s
51535557 East First South Street
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SHOT FATHER TO
STOP BlASPHEMY
Paul Pierre on Trial for Murder
Tells Ghastly Tale in
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JUSTIFIES THE PARRICIDE
WHOLE FAMILY SAID TO BE IM
PLICATED BY ATTORNEY
Special to The HeraldRepublIcan
St Anthony Idaho Dec eThat there
was conspiracy carefully schemed and
plotted out with a coldbloodedness that
fairly startles authorities in this stat
in the murder of G istav Pierre the
lioineaeeker of Mud Lake is i about to be
feinted I out by County Attorney McCon
neil in the trial which is i now on ana
vthLh threatens to implicate every mrm
Dcr of th Pierre family and even the
swoftheart of one of the Pierre boys
Hardly has a murder tril attracted
such vklc altrnlii in tnis county Ha
tes are overcrowded with ranchmen w
have been eagerly pressing thir way
into the little court housr ind + legal
minds r ol the state have onic to hi
Aiithfiny to watrh carefully the iivelop
siints in the murder trial
Paul Pierre who has already ru
t > sd that lu1 shot his father though
t that he did it in protection ot
his mother and other insrnbfTH of the
1ieriv family whom he says his I + lather
Ki threatened to kill has weakened ui
iayint I much nervousness
Thp story of the crime which he at
firr told with an unflinching straight
forwirdness now wavers It is the hope
lot county attorney to br aK him into
i eonfession that he was the agent of
i > in > inod family in killing his father
that they might gain possession o
Li i < little I lortune of JouOO go to the cities
nl 1 Miuandfi I + it and see life of the kind
o wiiich they have admittedly bee de
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Tii 1 minder took place on the Pierre
laiuh during the forenoon of July ii
1iiiv I according to the confession of hit
hm Paul hal been abusing a dog in
runt I of the horn when the latter
sizpd a Winchester rifle and shot him
The first bullet failed to take effect and
after being hurled to the ground he rose
and questioningly stared at iiis son
Parricide Confesses
° My father was very profane said
Paul Pierre when he made his confes
sion I didnt want to ace him die with
an oath on his lips and so I quickly sent
another bullet into his body right over
his heart and he fell dead
And what followed has convinced the
authorities that the murder of Gustave
Pierre was the result of a conspiracy All
member of the Pierre family and Ele
thia Trapp who was soon to be the bride
of Edward Pierre came out to view the
body when Paul had announced that the
old man was dead and with alleged
satisfaction at the dispatch of the deed
wrapped it in a blanket Then it is said
almost with a mockery the wife of the
dead man his two sons and prospective
daughterInlaw made preparations for fu
neral service
Paul Pierre stated in his confession
that lumber is scarce about Mud Lake
and that he had to rip boards out of the
barn of the ranch in order to construct
a coffin When this rude structure had
been made the two sons placed Gustave
Pierre in the crude casket Then a shal
low grave was dug and the family wait
ed until nightfall for the burial
But expected darkness did not come
Instead a bright moon lit the plains with
a light like day The burial was delayed
For hours in hope that a cloud migl
shadow the moon Put this did not coma
and impatient the two sons carried the
body l to the newly opened grave The
asket was lowered and the family knelt
In prayers as Paul Pierre who had kill
his father tossed earth over the casket
and attempted to say a committal service
Under the bright moon the family re
mained in prayer until the mother closed
this unusual funeral service with an ap
peal that her youngest son might be for
given for the deed
Neighbors Become Suspicious
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Confusion arose when neighbors began
to inquire into the whereabouts of Gus
tave Pierre known to have been a man
of considerable means Paul Pierre ex
plained that his father had gone back to
the old home in Belgium to look after cer
tain affairs that had developed in the
death of a relative Then Mrs Pierre said
her husband had gone to Washington to
seek work In the coal fields with later
Intentions to prospect for gold in Califor
nia The other son had a different story
to tell and the prospective bride main
tained that the aged homeseeker had dis
appeared unbeknown to members of the
family
Investigation of the disappearance of
the aged Gust w Pierre by Constable
Sheeley of Market Lake threw suspicion
on Paul Pierre He placed him under ar
rest and obtained a confession Then he
removed him to St Anthony where the
story of the unusual crime led to the ar
rest of all members of the Pierre fam
ily and Alethia Trapp They had left the
ranch where the murder had been com
committed and were discovered at night
by Idaho Falls officers In a secluded
mountainous section of the county The
two women were sleeping in the body of
a wagon while Edward Pierre was
wrapped in a blanket underneath the
wagon
In his confession Paul Pierre insisted
that his father had labored under hallu
cinations that his wife was not true to
him and that his children were trying to
rob him of his wealth and homestead H
Id that during the mornlig before the
murder Gustave Pierre had displayed ter
rible signs of temper and had made an
oath that he would kill his wife and two
tons and his 1 cattle and horses and burn
the buildings on the ranch and then
take his own life
On the following morning stated
Paul Pierre My father terribly abused
mother and when I saw him kick and
curse at the dog I feared that he won
carry out his threat of the day before
Without a moments hesitation I seiaed
my rifle and shot him Father was fac
Ing me But I hardly believe that he saw
me until I had sent the first bullet into
his body
The fact that Gustave Pierre was insane
and dangerous to his household comprises
t1t chief argument of Attorney Holden
of Idaho Falls who represents the defense
ense But the vigorous stand taken ly
the prosecuting attorney and his repeated
presentation of facts inclining toward
conspiracy and that there lad been pre
ious attempts to put the head of the
family out of the way tends to dislodge
the arguments of the defense
The Pierre came to America from Bel
gium and for several years lived at
Itreator Ill where the two tOys were
born Gu tave Pierre took his family to
Idaho a year ago locating on a home
stead
HEADED OFF BY HARMON
Alleged Plans of Ohio Strikers to
Shoot Over the Line
Charleston W Va Dec 6In a tele
gram to Governor Glasscock tonight
Governor Harmon of Ohio says he has
been informed that some of the striker
and strike sympathizers at Bridge
port 0 have planned to congregate on
in Upper Wheeling on the West
Virginia side of the river and from
there to open fire on Ohio militia sta
tioned at Bridgeport
Governor Glasscock took up the mat
ter with the sheriff of Wheeling who
It is stated has started an investiga
tion The commanding officers have
been ordered to keep In touch with I
their companies to be ready to move
on short notice
Adjutant General Burlow of this state
granted permission for Ohio troops to
travel pn the West Virginia side going
to and from Bridgeport
Sidney Bamberger to Visit i
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SYDNEY BAMBERGER
Who goes east to consult noted brain specialist I
AecomjNMiying his father and mother
Mr and Mrs Simon Bambarger and Dr
Baldwin Sidney Bamberger the vie
president of the Bamberger road left yes
terday for the east He ie going to Balti
more to consult with Prof Gushing of tin
Johns Hopkins university a prominei
specialist on brain diseases Mr Bam
berger was operated on about one pal
ago for a clot on the brain at which
time two incisions were made in iv
skull
Prof Cushing who performed the op I
eration in conjunction with several otlnv
world renowned specialists on disease
the brain at that time found a mai +
tumor on his brain which however was
not considered sufficiently developed 1 t
be removed The operation performed one
years ago is said to have been a com
plete success but Mr Bamberger has I fit 1
a returr of former illness for the last t
two weeks and it was derided in tik
the trip east and consult with the SJM
cialists who performed the first OIXIM
tionRelatives
Relatives of Sidney Bambergcr are of
the opinion that the present state of liis 1
health has been brought on more by ovei 1
work than from any other cause It i
the intention of Mr Bamberger to spend
the winter on a vacation probably at on
of the winter resorts in Florida anti h1
will not return to Salt Lake until sctr
time next spring or early in the summa r
No alarm is felt by his relatives over his
present condition they believing that only
a small operation if any will be neces
sary to bring him back to good health
Mr Bamberger will probably spend some
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time visiting n i i in
Oii i ag and I I it t I t 1 t 1
silking with IM I i yaks I InL i Oct t litltitnoc
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COMMERCE ENCROACHINGi
UPONMILLIONAIRES I
New York Dec iThe neighborhood in
which J P Morgan his son J P Mo
gan jr and other multimillionaires live
is no longer deemed exclusive by the
courts Commercial Interest have al
ready so far encroached on its confines
that Mr Morgan and others who sought
to enjoin the erection of a sixteenstory
office building were denied their applica
tion today by a referee appointed by the
supreme court
Mr Morgan and his associates con
tended that an office building would
greatly depreciate the value of their prop
erty
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VICE PRESIDENT CHOSEN
Reorganization of the Rock Island
Railway System Now Practi
cally Completed
Chicago Dec Reorganization of the
Rock Island railroad was practically com
pleted today by the election of four new
vice presidents to serve with Henry
Mudge president The following changes
were announced
James B Gorman formerly freight traf
fic manager of the Santa Fe to be first
vice president in charge of the freight
traffic succeeding W B Biddle F C
Melcher tn be second vice president in
charge of operation succeeding H V
Mudge John Sebastian formerly passen
ger traffic manager to be third vice
president In charge of passenger traffic
K S Moore formerly second assistant
to the president to be fourth vice presi
dent in charge of purchases succeeding
F L Pollock
W H Moore one of the owners of the
Rock Island said today
The deal whereby I and some of my
friends have become Interested in the
Lehtgh Valley road has no significance
for the Rock Island We have no Inter
est In the Wabash and the Lehlgh Val
ley is not going to lease It so far as I
know
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CAllED INTO CONfERENCE
District Foresters Summoned to
Washington by the Chief of the I
Service Gifford Pinohot
Washington Dec Gifford Pinchot
chief of the forestry service has called
In for conference the officials under him
In direct personal charge of the six na
tional forest districts The conference will
be the first fully attended one since tht
reorganisation of the service a year ak >
and suggestions for changes or improve
ments in the system adopted at that time
will be discussed in the light of the ex
p rlenct of the last twelve months
The six district foresters are W N
G roe lev Missoula Mont Smith Riley I
Denver A C Ringland Albuquerque X
M Clyde Levitt Ogden Utah Charles
S Chapman Portland Ore and F K J
Olrn cHd San Francisco i
BURNING MONEY TO
SEE DYING BROTHER I
Continued from page one I
b < rciilar trouble of which a still younger
brother Ansam died In Denver three
years ago
Mr Newhouse telephoned his servant
to pack at once to catch the Los Angeles
Limited which left Salt Lake soon after
noon The train was threequarters of
an hour late and they caught it But af
ter entering Wyoming they ran Into the
blfzzard which recently swept the west
and the train steadily losing time Iast
night entering Grand Island Neb near
ly seven hours late Mr Newhouse knew
he could not catch the Twentieth Century
Limited for accommodations which he had
wired from Salt Lake His train was due
in Chicago at 1159 a m and the Lake
Shore Flyer left two and onehalf hours
later Then It was he wired for 0 a special
train to be ready on his arrival to carry
him to New York at all possible speed
Business in New York
Mr Newhousf had some business to i
transact in New York and If he awaited
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this mornings eighteenhou train he
would have but half an hour between sail
ing time and his arrival in New York
and he feared to take the chance The I
Lake Shore officials immediately got a I
special in service comprising a seventy
fiveton locomotive capable of seventy or
eighty miles an hour and two baggage
coaches a day coach for the crew and the
Pullman private car Colonial
Four cars were necessary for balance
as the officials determined on beating
eighteen hours and seventeen if possible
At 758 tonight the Los Angeles Limited
pulled into the Northwestern station seven
hours and fiftyseven minutes behind
time
tlmThe
The special had been ready at the La I
Sail street depot for two hours but Mr
Newhouse had to go to the Congress ho
tel for mail and telegrams Taxicabs and
an auto baggage truck wore in waiting
and the start was made at once At 815
Mr Newhouse entered the La Salle street
station and two minutes later the spe
cial was under way for New York
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DIED I
McLEOD Died at the residence 116 North I
Seventh West December 4 1900 Mary
Ann McLeod at the age of 63 years
Funeral services will be held at the
Sixteenth Ward chapel on Tuesday De I
cember 7 1909 at 1 p m Friends are In
vited to attend i
JOHNSONAt the residence 309 East
Ninth South December 6 of heart dis
ease Mabel V Johnson aged 13 years
Funeral services will be held from the
residence Tuesday December 7 at 1 p
m Interment in City cemetery Friends
invited
VAN ARMIn this city December 6
James M Van Arm aged 30 years a
member ot the Modern Woodmen of
America und the Bricklayers Protec
tive association No1 of Utah Remains
at OUfiimcll + l t Companys parlor
Notice of funeral will be given later
I Omaha papers please copy
BAUGHMAN Mildred Rope Haiighman 9
I months old 1 tlv > daughter of Mr and
I Mrs Karl Batighm of Ivetson court
dicl j at Si lfo 1 oclock last night from pneu
monia
Tin fJiieral will IR 1 anus nced later I
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Funeral Notices
Funeral I services over the remains of
Mrs Marv Ann McLol will ho hold in
till iXl + nth ir d l chapel today at 1 ji
m KriinU invited i
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