Newspaper Page Text
I . ....... T'ixA SLA I 4 P. M. CITY EDITION I
U IIP V 711 Uv II lil I IU til 11 TEN pACES I service that is glvtn the largest pa- WJU' J S yl ' f 7 WW "7? ' sH - WEATHER- Tonight and Thuraday M per In the Urvted 8tatea. 4 J Partly Cloudy; Not Much Change In FEARLESS, INDEPENDENT, PROGRESSIVE NEWSPAPER -1"""""! . I F.r,y.,urth Y.r No 1.ePr,c Fiv. c.n. OGDEN CITY, UTAH, WEDNESDAY EVENING, JULY 15, 1914. E.r.d Sec.nd CI... M..r , tK. P..f o.,. U7h I COLiRT PHYSICIAN TO ATM MONK Emperor Sends Doctor and Nurse to Save Life of Gregory Rasputin. WOMAN'S STATEMENT d V WouId-Be Murderess Charges Phophet With Terrible Evils A Disgrace to 1 Russia. f 8t. Petersburg. Russia, July 15. rThn emperor's court physician. Pro ffessor Serglus Petrovitcb Fcderoff and the empress" lady In waiting, Mile. Vlrubova, started today for Tyu men, Siberia, according to the Cour ier, to attend the mystic lay monk and imperial confidante, Gregory Ras putin vho is suffering from a wound inflicted bv a woman who tried to kill him. I In a newspaper interview today Guzveda. the would-be assassin, who is in jail, said she had long meditated killing Rasputin and thus putting an end ko the awful evil wrought by him In Russia by his Impostures under the guise of a prophet. She declared he "had shaken Chris tianity. was sowing temptation and (Was blasphemously mocking the most fholy feelings of true believers" and ishe added that "he enjoyed absolute immunity and had openly and with out conscience ruined the lives of young girls." Would-be Murderess' Statement. r Guzveda concluded: I I "I as a simple Christian, could not My ' isuffer his abuse of the church. I Vs wanted to kill him last year, I went I to alta, but could not approach him (because he was so closely surrounded by aristocratic women followers i "1 regret that I failed to kill him. All the same he will not live The Russian people will not endure such disgrace." Rasputin. In an inteniew said: "It is all that cursed Helidorus, ab ibott cf Tsarltsin But to the confu 'sion of himself and all my ene mles, I will live and they will have nooses put around their necks. ' Helicdorus was a great rival of Rfcspntln In the Russian capital from here he was recently banished, ow ing to Rasputin's influence with the emperor. MEXICANS KILL I FRENCHMEN President Witaon Asked to Take Immediate Steps to Save Others Imprisoned. I Washington, July 15 Killing of the " director and the Inspector of the school of the Christian Brothers, all of Zacateeas. Mexico, and the im prisonment cf eleven other members 'of the orjer. ail French citizens, was reported to Pres'dent Wilson toda In a telegram laid before him by Fa j ther Clementiua, a member of the or der i The president was naked to take Immediate steps to have the impris oned men sot free and to prevent threatened similar occurrences at Sal tillo Acalzinco, Mexico City. Morelia, Pueblo, Quertaro and Toluca, where other schools are maintained. ' A Bimilar petition has been sent to the French government. u oo MISS R1NEHART ! j ISARRESTED J: Nurse Sought for Murder of Mrs. Kathleen Bluett Ap- j jJfcjJ prehended in San Jose. I Sac Jose, Cal. July 15 Evelyn J Jane Rhinehart. a nurse, sought for the alleged murder of her companion and partner. Mrs. Kathleen Bluett was arrested here today on a war irant Issued in Placer county. Miss llthinehart is charged with having kill ed Mrs. Bluett in order to collect her, life irifurance. The two women conducted :i hos pital in Auburn. Placer count. Last January while disinfecting clothing. iMrs Bluett suffered burns and died j Shortly before that shp hnd taken ,out three life insurance policies, ag igregatlng $15.0000. The will named Miss Rhinehart as sole heir and ex-, 1 ecutrlx. Miss Rhinehart took the body to Reno for burial, although Mrs Bluett's relatives lived in Ala meda. Cal. They did not learn of the death until three monthB later. Collected Insurance. Three thousand dollars was collect ed on one policy but the two other companies delayed payment until ther ixuld investigate. Their suspicions were aroused and the body was ex humed. The marks of the burns were still visible but the examining physi cians did not think they were suf ficient to account for death and ac cordingly the brain and viscera were taken to San Francisco for examina tion and a warrant for Miss Rinehart was sworn out in Auburn. The wom an was arrested at the apartments of R I. Kinkaid. a rancher to whom, she savs she was secretly married last vf-ar. A baby was born to her several weeks ago and she Is still in the care of a nurse. '. nn SEVEN MINERS KILLEDJN SLIDE Drill Strikes Quicksand Which Fills Every Crevice in Mine. Iron River, Mich. July 15. Seven miners were killed In the Balkan mine at the Alpha location, near here today, when sliding sand caused a cave-in The miners were drilling into a roof. A drill hit quicksand and with a tdiout, the men, about thirty in r umber began a rush for the mouth of the tunnel. Seven of the miners were overtaken and killed by the quicksand, which filled every crevice in the mine, The rest of the men ran for their lives, pursued by the sand. Two were caught while trying to reach a ladder. One of' these was compelled to shed his clothing. He struggled naked from the mine The other man lost his boots which became engulfed and which he kicked off. YOUNG MAN PAYS DEATHPENALTY Maintains Innocence of Mur der of Sweetheart and Prays for Trial Judge. Pans. Ark., July 15. Maintaining his Innocence, Arthur Tillman, 22 years old. was hanged in the jail yard here today for the murder of his sweetheart, Amanda Stephens, 19 yean old whose body was found bur ied in an abandoned well at Dela ware. Ark., last March. Tillman was carried from his cell He knelt Id impassioned prayer or I the trap door for fifteen minutes be I fore the hanging. In the prayer, which was uttered loud enough for the witnesses to hear Tillman asked forgiveness for the trial Judge, who he said was responsible for the death of an "Innocent boy." and for the Blierifi who conducted the hanging. A company of militiamen formed a circle about the jail all night, the officials fearing an attempt by Till man's friends to rescue him. oo MEXICAN GENERAL IN GUARDHOUSE Fort Wingate Officers Inves tigating Alleged Plot to Start New Revolution. Albuquerque. N. M.. July 15 Jose Ynez Salazar, former Mexican volun teer federal general, has been lodged In the guard house at Fort Wingate pending investigation of a report that he and Ceneral R. Quevido were ac the in furthering a plot to start a revolution In northern Mexico against the constitutionalists. This information wae brought here by Elfepo Baca, attorney for Salazar. who returned from Fort Wingate today. ATTEMPTS TO SWIM CHANNEL Boulogne, France. July 15 Jabez Wolffe, the English amateur long dis- tanre swimmer today started on his tenth attempt to swim across the English channel. A carrier pigeon sent up by tils companions brought information that Wolffe was then swimming strongly. The only two swimmers who have ever crossed the channel were Cap tain Matthew Webb in 1875, and Will iam T. Burgess In 1911. j FREEDANCE ! UTAH HOT SPRINGS f TONIGHT mmmmmmmum i nmrnmrnmammmmmmmmmmm INTEREST IN FIGHTINTENSE ; Betting Odds a Shade in Favor of French Champion in London. COUNTRYMEN BACKING Clergyman Buy Seats in Arena American Present to Cheer Gunboat. London. July 15. Boxing experts here show a remarkably even divi sion of opinion as to the chances of Gunboat Smith, the American heavy j weight and Georges Carpentier, the i French heavyweight champion In i their twenty round match to be fought at Olynipia tomorrow night The bet I ting odds today were perhaps a shade in fa'ur of the Frenchman, but this I was due probably to the enthusiasm of his countrymen great numbers of whom have crossed the English chan nel to support their hero. They brought with them a great deal of money to back their compatriot whom they describe as a "fighting boxer." while they call Smith a "box ir.g fighter." and they contend that science Is bound to defeat the trans Atlantie punch. Interest in the contest is enormous and the attendance promises to cre ate a record for this country. Fired by the example of the Rev. John Hervey Boudier, who acted as master of ceremonies at the Weleh Hlteh'e match and of Rev. Everard Digby who occupied a similar posi tion at the Wells-Bell match, many clergymen have obtained seats around the ?rena and are said to intend to bring their wives with them. The officers and midshipmen of the American battleship Missouri will be preset t in strength to cheer the for mer bluejacket of the flagship, rr SCHOONER LANDS ARMS AT TAMPICO Tampico, Mexico, June 19 (via La redo. Texas, July 15.) The schooner Sunshine from Galveston landed without opposition from American na val authorities two million cartridges for the constjtutionalista The rart ridges came from the U-il ted States. NO MORE TANGO ON JTEAMERS ! Factory Girls All Quit Work and Dance When Passing Calliopes Play Tune. Burlington. Iowa, July 15 When the caliopes on the excursion steam ers play tango music the 200 girls employed at the Mississippi Pearl Button company refuse to work. This is the basis for an injunction action filed by Moir Brothers today I to restrain caliope music on steamers during working hours. The plain tiffs also seek damage in the sum o'. $500 for loss of the services of young women employes. HUERTA SPECIALS REACHJRIZABA Mexican President's Family and That of Minister Expect ed to Sail on Dutch Warship. Vera Cruz. July 15. Two special tralDs conveying the families of Gen eral Huerta and General Blanquet and others rrom Mexico City to the coast are reported to have arrived at Orizaba at 9 o'clock this morning. From that point, it is believed, they may proceed to Puerto Mexico, wherp they should arrive tomorrow morning The Dutch cruiser Kortenaer which for several days had been in dock here, left at 10 o'clock this morning. Her destination was said to be Puer to Mexico. The belief that General Huerta and his friends intend to board the Dutch warship was strengthened by the fact that her captain went to the capital soon aft er his arrival and that the cruiser balled without him Laborers Grading Road Colonel Izunza, commanding the federal troops at the gap said today that the laborers were grading the roadway along the torn-up section or the tracks, but that his orders wero poeitive not to allow a single rail to be laid. Brigadier General Funston ordered extra precautions to be taken at the terminal station and along the lines In anticipation of the possible arrival of the. family of General Huerta. He has asnigaed several officers and the necessary men of the twenty-eighth infantry as a special guard Some passengers who reached here J today said the capital was full of I zumors about General Huerta's reslg- MRS. BAILEY'S MURDERER HAD AN ACCOMPLICE, DETECTIVES THINK Mrs. Florence Carman as she looks today Freeport, L. L, July 15. (Special) The new theory upon which District j Attorney Smith depends to bring Mrs. ! Carman to trial for the murder of Mrs Louise Bailey involves another of .Mrs Here is his theory which has been developed by detectives If Mrs. Caritmn-kllleJ Mrs. Bailey she did not shoot throuyh t ho win dow; she must have fired the shot while standing In the door leading from the pantry Into the office of her husband. Dr. Edwin Carman, and the window was broken hy a woman who wag Mrs. Cai man's accomplice, Detectives argue that it would be an impossibility for any woman- or man to have broken the window, thrust in a hand, pulled aside the curtain and fired the fatal shot with out having alarmed either Dr. Car man or Mrs. Bailey so that they j would have dodged out of range. Hence the figure that the woman who broke the window did not fire the shot Their theory s that Mrs. Bailey was sitting on the couch and that Dr. Carman was nearby or that Carman was seated and that Mrs Bailey was near him. Whatever they talked about was transmitted over the dictaphone wires to the listening Mrs. Carman upstairs. The detectives believe that Celia Coleman, the negro cook, saw some- j notion but no official announcement had been made up to the time they left, although the probability of the erovisional president's resignation was generally admitted and discussed by armj officers and government em I lo es Huerta in Capital. Mexico City, .)ul 15 General Huerta was about the principal streets of the capital this morning and at 11 o'clock as usual went to to the barber shop in front of the J cable office to be shaved WOMEN HORSEWHIP A SECRETARY OF STATE London, July 15 Two militant suf ftagettes today made a lolent at I tack on the Right Honorable Thomas McKinnon Wood, secretary of state for Scotland, as he was leaving his residence The women were armed with heavy horse whips with which they struck Mr. Wood several times across ihe shoulders. They were arrested ! CO-OPERATIVE PLAN PROVES SUCCESS Philadelphia. July 15. Announce ment was made today that the ote csst b" the motormen and conductors of the Philadelphia Rapid Transit company resulted iu the men deciding to continue for another year the pres ent cooperative plan by which the men deal as individuals with the com. pany. rather than through a labor or ganization About 6600 men are ln- clved nn Mckinley portrait unveiled. London, July 14. A portrait of the late President McKinlty presented to the Wesleyan Central ball In West minster, by J. G. Cutter. Jr.. of Youngstown, Ohio, was unveiled to day by Walter Hints Page, American ambassador. I thing come into the kitchen and enter the pantry, from which there is a door to the doctor's office. That per son, they declare, held a revolver and Celia fled. Then the window was broken; for the sole purpose of attracting the at tention of Dr Carman and Mrs. Bailey to that spot, it is believed. j Thus the backs of Mrs. Bailey and Dr. Carman were toward the pantry I door. The person at the window saw Mrs. Bailey and Dr Carman near or on the couch! This the authorities admit When the paae was broken the two fled toward he operating chair, which was out. of the range of vMon permitted by the window. Someone opened the pantry ddor in the east end of the room. Then while Mrs. Bailey and the doctor were watching the window or while Dr. Carman was urging her to hasten out of the office and into the waiting room, the person In the pantry fired ! directly and without obstacle to- I ward the frightened pair. Whether the shot was intended for Dr. Carman or for Mrs Bailey is not determined, but the detectives de clare that if Mrs. Caiman fired the shot she fired it from inside the house, from the pantrv door, and not through the window STRONG FIGHT AGAINST JONES No Vote Before End of Week Victory for President to Be Very Close. Washington. July 15 After a night of constant effort to line up admin istration senators for President Wil son's nomination of Thomas D Jones of Chicago for the federal reserve hoaid, it was announced today that a vote probably would not be reached j before Friday ur Saturday, or that the result, while a victory for the presi dent would be very close Sixty Demoeratic senators were re ported to the White House as unalter ably opposed to the confirmation Senators regarded as doubtful went to the White House for conferences with the president. Officials said the pres. dent was taking no part in the pre Mmlnary fiKht for a vote in open session. uu AMERICANS WED IN ENGLISH OFFICE London. July 15. The marriage of Martin Yogel assistant United States treasurer at New York and Mrs. Al bert Lewlsohn of New York took place today in the registrv office of the Covent Garden district After the ceremony a wedding breakfast was niven al the residence of Sir Charles Henry and Lad Henry, the bride's sifter. In Carlton Gardens Among those present were Ambassador Wal ler Hlnes Page and Mrs. Page, Baron Readme, the lord chief justice of Ens land; David Lloyd George, chance! nr ot th pxchequer; Mr and Mrs. John S Henry, the Misses Lewlaohn, Mr. anil Mrs Oscar Lewisohn, Judge gJpjJJJHpjJJJJ David Leventritt and a few other per son friends. Mr. and Mrs. Vogei left for the continent later in the day on their honeymoon trip. They Intend to re turn to the United States about the middle of August. oo NEW HAVEN DROPS TO NEW LOW RECORD New York, July 15 Urgent selling of New Haven shares which declined to a new low record on the stock ex change at 49 3-4 at midday today was attended by considerable unsettle ment elsewhere In the stock market. WHITNEY'S HORSES WIN IN ENGLAND Newmarket, England, July 15 Tw0 of Harry Payne Whitney's horses won at today's races here and a third was placed second. His four year old Harmonicione won the principal event the July handicap of $2500 over a dis tance of 6 furlongs and his two-year-old Sandusky carried off the two-year-old se'llng plate of $750 over a dis tance of five furlongs. His three year old Sandman ran second In the Swaffham Welter handicap of $1000 over a distance of one mile. All were bred In the United States. oo BULL TERRIFIES SAN FRANCISCANS Gallops Up Nob Hill, Into Apartment House and Up Three Flights of Stairs. San Francisco, July 15. An unruly bull broke loose from a bunch of cat tle unloaded early today on the Em barcadero here, and dashing through the down town district with a vaquero In full chase galloped up Nob Hill into the thick of the fashionable apartment houses Terrified by the chase behind him and bewildered and infuriated by the street traffic, the bull turned abrupt ly off Pine street and butted into an apartment house hallway, shivering the Cioor in his plunge Once inside, there seemed no turn ing back, and to the amazement and I terror of the tenants he kept on up I three flights of stairs. butting in doors whenever the turns were too rharp On the fourth floor the vaquero cornered the bull but it was neces sary to back him into a lady's bed chamber before he could be turned around and led down stairs no UNITED FRUIT CO. SUIT DISMISSED Trenton, N J . July 15 The suit in the supreme court against the Uni ted Fruit company a New Jersey cor poration, to compel it to bring its 1 books and accounts into this state for examination, was dlsmised today by Justice Swayze The suit was brought by Manuel De Yengorehea of New York, who charged that the company was beingaomismanaged that his stock had depreciated in value In denying the application Justice Swayze said the petitioner had failed to make out a case and that he did not think the application was made In good faith but that It was made for the purpose of annoying the com- i pany rr CARRANZA MAY HEAD TROOPS Changes in Brigade Com mands to Be Made Mili tary Governor Appointed. Monterey, Jul 14 ia Laredo, Texas. July 15. It was announced heie today that General VenusUano Carranza was considering takins; per sonal command of the constitutional ist trccps in the south General Trevlno, who has been act ing as chief of staff to General Car ranza. has been ordered to take com mand of a brigade in the field around San Luis Potosi and will be succeed ed as chief of staff by General Eduardo Hay. General Eulalio Gutierrez was today appoinlpd military governor of the state cf San Luis Potosi by General Carranza FARRELL HANDS DOWN DECISION Auburn N. y . Juh 15, Secretary John H. Farrell of the National Aa i sochtuon of Professional Baseball leagues today Rave out thp following decisions handed down by the Na tloml Board of Arbitration. Claims allowed Closman against Omaha, Nebraska Tom Brader against Seattle; Carter Wilson ag.ilnst Grand Forks. North Dakota. claims disallowed Closman asainst Grand Island. Nb , Charles Gelvin against Spokane W".,', T. B John son against Histln Neb. MBMSMisfl FEDERAL ARMY LEAVESGIIAYMAS I General Exodus Begins Of ficers Arrange for Ex- change of Prisoners. FOREIGNERS PROTECTED Large Southern Pacific Rail road Shops at Empalme to Be Re-opened. On Board 17. 8 9. California, Ma zaL'an, Mexico, July 14, via San Diego, July 15 Evacuation of Guay- mas by the Mexican federal forces iH was begun today with the arrival of il the steamer Benito Juarez, according to reports made to Rear Admiral Howard. The first step perliminary H to tht. general exodus of federals be- iH gan w ith the embarking of horses and ' fl Conlerences between the federal HH and constitutionalist generals at HH Guuymas relative to the exchange of prisoners continued throughout the si day and the negotiations have been hH practically completed, the federal 'H commander reserving the right to cer- j HH tain exceptions when the transfers pi are made. H Joint Support of Carranza. 9 The California and the destroyer iH Preble departed today for La Paz, a fl Lower California port where it is HH expected the federals and constitu- iH tloual'sts will agree on the joint sup- BBS port- of Carranza HI Colonel Gomez, n Zapatista offi- fl cer, who has taken charge of Acapul IRa co in the name of the constitution- allst has promised protection to all Xlfv foreigners His forces there consists Hu of 2000 men. jigs The evacuation of Guaymas by the Bra federal forces will have the effect of fffgjj re-opening the large Southern Pa K! cific railroad shops at Empalme on the outskirts and result in the restora HSK tlon of through service between No- jfflgm' gales, Arizona and Teplc, capital of WnSit the state of that name. jBrttfB The cruiser Idzumo left Manzanlllo BJi today for Mazatlan. oo 115 SHAMROCK IV IS READHO SAIL 1 Underwriters at Lloyds Not Optimistic Issuing Poli- cies 3 to 1 Against f Challenger. $ Gosport. Eng., July 15. Everything is ready For the departure on July IS I for the United States of Shamrock ! IV; Sir Thomas Lipton's challengpr for the America's cup. Her compasses r have been adjusted, her sketch rig has r been fitted and Sir Thomas' steam yacht Erin Is waiting to convey her across the Atlantic. ' Shamrock IV has done all that has f been asked of her. ' is the final word H of Charles E. Nicholson, the designer. 'fc He admits, however, that the trial j I boat was in no w ay satisfactory as the ! tj pe of an opponent which would en- w able yachtsmen accurately to gauge p Shamrock IV's capacities of lifting the r cup. I 3 to 7 Against Challenger. H Underwriters at Lloyds are not so optimistic as Mr. Nicholson concern- ing Shamrock's chances Their est! mate today was roughly 3 to 1 against I the challenger. In other words they g are issuing policies at a premium of 35 per cent to pay the total loss If t 1 Shamrock IV should prove unsuccess- ful A similar risk In connection with 1 j an aeroplane flight across the Atlantic during the present year Is being cov- j ered at 8 per cent. I The crew of Shamrock TV. number- I lng more than thirty men. is to be di- vided during the voyage across, half of the sailors luxuriating n board the I Krin as far as the Azores and then re- k ! lievioK their shipmates for the re- -I malnder of the journe I oo r JURY INDICTS HALIBUT TRUST I Fish Caught in North Atlantic, North Pacific and Bering Seas Controlled by & Monopoly. J Seattle, Wash. July 15. The fed- p eral grand jury todav rcturifed indict ments under the Sherman anti-trust g . law against the members of the o- called halibut trust which control most of the halibut caught In the ff North Atlantic North Pacific and f -Bering seas and sold in the United y States. I oo f JUSTICE LURTON BURIED. Clarksburg. July 15 -The body of Justice Lurton was buried today oy R ) the side of hh two children. oo r KERMIT AND BRIDE ARRIVE. New York, July 16. Kernait Roose- U velt and his bride who was Miss $ Bell Willard. arrived today on tbe mperator. Mrs. Nicholas Longworta was with them. .