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STANDARD NO DISPATCHES GUESS WORK ARE GENUINE I t I WEATHER FciRECASrj
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NEWS GATHERING ASSOCIATION IN WEATHER WILt B TRJI
THE WORLD THE ASSOCIATED PRESS + RAIN OR SNOW ANn
MUCH COLDER
TONIGHT
AND TOMoRoWUIJ
Lii THIRTYNINTH YEARNO4 I I OGDEN CITY UTAH TUESDAY EVENING JANUARY 5 1909 1 I I I
I
EFIVECENTs
FOURTEEN THOUSAND BODIES
BURIED iN RAILROAD
cE1rTwEs
9000 Refugees Have Left Aessina and 9000 Persons RemainHorrors
of Sanitary Conditions are Unspeakable and Only Roughest of Sur
gical Attention Is Possible400 Wounded Persons Were
on Hospital Ship Without a Single Nurse
EARTHQUAKES OCCUR AT
INTERVALS OF 20 MINUTES
O Rcgglo Jan Earlhquakos 0
O have occurred here today at 0
O intervals of twenty minutes 0
O At noon a quake stronger than 0
O the others caused a number 0
O of Btandlng walls to collapse 0
O and created a condition of 0
O panic among the survivors It 0
O Is not thought there were any 0
O casualties 0
O 0
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Messina Tan 5Earth shocks are
continuing here although they are
diminishing In intenslly At night
especially arc they frequently felt
The fires in the city also are being
gradually extinguished
Tho official figures complied thus
far show that J rurlcen thousand bodies
have bees burled In railroad ceme
teries that 9000 refugees have left
the city and that 9000 persons still
remain here Instead of excavating In
an endeavor to find the bodies bur
led beneath the ruins It has been
proposed that every house In which it
is believed persons are burled shall
be covered with quick lime
The AssocIated Press correspond
ed has made a visit to Regglo and
carefully inspected the town Tho
number of persons killed there and
the damage dono to property was much
less than at Messina Only the central
section of the city was damaged
About 5000 troops are working there
Thp official figures place the wound
ed at Regglo at one thousand and the
refugees at seven thousand The num
ber of dead in the ruinsJs not known
IWgglo has been practically evacuat
ed except for the troops and the ma
rines from two Brltisn warships who
are causing the populace to evacuate I
Villa San Giovanni which Is consid I
ered to have been the center of the
earthquake
Numerous persons still living were
taken today f rm beneath the ruins
while the voices of others could he
distinctly heard appealing for aid
Within a few days the rescue work at
I Regglo will have ceased Then the tot1
torlng buildings will be razed and the
bodies that have been burled will bo
burned I
J The Associated Press had the first
correspondent on the scene at Mes i
I sina Ho found a condition of utter I
confusion existing The first shock of I
I earthquake virtually had thrown down i
the entire city Tho Italian soldiers
were overwhelmed and in a state of
bewilderment wandered over the ruins
in squads numbering from three to
flfh men Llllle work was done until
the arrival of crews from the Rus
sian and British warships which work
ed valiantly Especially was this true
of the Russians
The bodies of the dead lay every
where on the surface of the ruins and
limbs protruded here and there from
the wreckage The small first aid sta
tions were overcrowded with Injured
and scores of others were hastily es
tablished as soon as possible by Re
lief corps from Italian cities and the
Russian French German and British
warships
I Large numbers of the survivors were
I crazed by fright and panic seemed to
have laid hold of all In tho camp of
I the refugees piteous scenes wore en
il artcd Many persons throw thorn
I selves upon their knees begging for j
bread while five minutes walk beyond j
t were orange groves rich with ripe
fruit The fear for their safety scent
ed to hold them petrified In this small
haven of refuge I
Constant light shocks followed the J
first great disturbance until fortyfive I
were recorded The Associated Press i
correspondent saw one of them throw i
down nUlOr the remaining walls of i
the city Ine ensuing crash greatly In
tensifying the panic of thc populace
The first Italian troops lo reach
Messina were largely from the Sicilian
garrison and commanded by Sicilian
officers Scores of them had lost rela
tives or friends One officer said that
he had lost seventeen relatives all
his children his wife father mother
I brothers and sisters and yet the
I government expected him to command I
a relief corps The home of Mr
Cheney the American consul was I
I crumbled to dust in the first shock I
and its Inmalcs almost Inextricably
pinned beneath the ruins All of the
Americans who have not been heard
I
from may be considered safe Piob
ably all are in the south of Sicily i
Those who are known to have suffered
from the earthquake have been report
ed Tho telegraph and telephone wires
J Shave been placed at the service of the j
c 1 government and personal mossagew I
will be delayed Indefinitely I
The Associated Press correspondent
I found amid the ruins of the Hotel
Villorl the blackboard with the full
I list of the guests of the hotel clearly I
i written upon it on the night of tee
disaster It bore besides the name of
Stuart K Lupton Ihe American vice II
consul who escaped only two other
English names those of British sub
jects II
The disaster wan distinctly an Hal i
t Jan one except for the American j
ii French Turkish and Swedisn consuls
I those of the chaplain and a few Ger I
t man clerks
Money how is needed for relief I
I
Hundreds of families have been left
without bread winners and thousands
of persons have been maimed for life
Lion Is possible
Tho horrors of the sanitary condi
tions in Messina arc unspeakable and
only tho rougnest of surgical atten I
After sleeping ono night on a plank
without covering from the lain tho
correspondent of tho Associated Press
tho next night took refuge in a hos
pital on board ship where there were
400 wounded persons without a single
nurse All night long the piteous
I cries of the distressed
persons for
water were unheeded because of the
I lack of attendants and several of them
died before daylight Many women
among the rescued prematurely gavo
birth to babies
The difficulties of removing the in
jured from Messina and Regglo Is In
creased because of the fact that there
are no docks and It Is necessary to
transfer them by rowboats Tho first
cases of typhoid fever have broken out
here This fact will cause drastic ac
tion to be taken Immediately for the
I disposal of the dead The hope of
rescuing any of the living beneath the
ruins has been abandoned Until the
present time all attention has been
concentrated upon the removal of hu
man bodies from tho streets while the
carcases of animals killed by the earth
quake and those of dogs and cats shot
by the patrols have been left lying
where they fell The decay of there
carcases has greatly augmented the
danger of the spread of disease
ROCKEFELLER CONTRIBUTES
10000 TO THE RELIEF FUND
J
Washington Jan 5 Several Ilber
al contributions for the earthquake
sufferers were received today at tho
Red Cross headquarters John D
Rockefeller sent his check for 10010
TShe California branch ot tho Rod
Cross sent a third contribution ot
10000 making tho total contribut
ed by that branch 30000 The lari
I est contribution today was 54001
from the New York branch represent
I ing money contributed there January
2 3 and J
I I oFFiCE RS
NARROW
ESCAPE
Struggles With Mad Man
I nth e Top of the
Electric Tower
Chicago Tan 5A handtohand
struggle with a mad man in the top
of the electric tower camo near be
ing the last official act of Patrolman
Farrell yesterday The lunatic wat
TJ H Yochen who later was taken
In charge by his parents
Yochen entered tho grounds of the
summer park contrary to placards
displayed He was seen by a special
policeman and ordered out but re
fused to go The special policeman
started for Yochen who in turn ran
for a place of refuge He spied the
lower some hundred feet high and
mounted It Patrolman Farrell was
slrolllng by
Well said he Ill go UI and get
him And 111 he went
Tho crowd that had gathered be
low caught only an occasional glinipso
ot the struggling pair as they flashed
past the tiny poles in the top of the
slender structure Onco the women
In tile gathering below turned away
hick for Fanells head and shoulders
were half way out of one of the win
dows He eventually subdued his an
tagonist however and brought him
down
CALIFORNIA PIONEER
l DIES IN SAN FRANCISCO
San Francisco Jan 3 John M
Gushing who was born inSalcm
I Mass in 1S2G and who was a member
of tho pioneer famllv of that name I
which was among the earliest settlers
I at Salem died here yesterday of old
age Gushing came to California dur
Ing the gold excitement of 1S49 One of
i his surviving children Is Mrs C A I
Dunhvoy wife of the president of the
I Unhoraity of Montana
I ROMANCE ATTENDS THE
RECOVERY OF A GIRL
j
I Chicago lan Romance attends
therecovery of Miss Margaret Vis
well who two weeks ago accidentally j
shot lierEOlf Following tho accident I
I
Miss WIswoll was removed to a hos1
I pi tel ShoS new on her way JoSnn j
i Francisco where it Is reported she
will bo married Thursday to Ray
Brooks a mining engineer of Goldllcld
NevWhile
While Mr Brooks and MBS Wlswell
had known each other for several
years no engagement existed until
three days ago when leaning over the
cot on which the the girl was lying
Mr Brooks asked her to be his wife
GAIN IN VALUE OF IMPORTS
OF PRECIOUS STONES
New York Jan 5DurIng the last
three months there has been a steady
and considerable gain in the value ot
imports of precious stones to Now
York according to reports of the ap
praiser of the port From the figures
at hand customs officers believe that
importations of jewels during the pres
ent year will exceed all the previous
records The effects of the panic of
1907 arc plainly seen In the statistics
showing that during 1908 the entries
of diamonds and other precious stones
fell off 150 per cent as compared with
1907 a total of 18850119
DISTRIBUTION OF BOARDMAN
ESTATE FINALLY SETTLED
Oakland CalJan 5Two more
wills of the eccentric millionaire Jo
seph Boardman were formally set
aside yesterday by Judge Wasle
These make three wills that have been
set aside by court decree and as no
more are known to be in existence the
entire estale will go to tho young wid
ow who was only sixteen years old
when Bhc married Boardman and their
Infant child The wills were set aside
on the ground that the testator was
incompetent when he made them Mrs
Boardman testified that her husband
made no less than fifty wills most of
which he tore up
RESOLUTION SCORING JURIST
Denver Jan SThe Denver Build
ins Trades council at its regular
meeting unanimously adopted a reso
lution condemning tho decision Juo
tice Wright in the federal court of tim
District of Columbia inflicting jail
sentences on President Samuel Gout
pers Vice President Tohn Mitchell
OIK Secretary Frank Morrison of the I
American Federation of Labor A sim
ilar resolution will be passed by the I
Trades and Labor assembly at Its
reefing next Sunday
The semiannual election of officers
of the council will be held next Frl
lay night There will be a hard fight
on some of the offices resulting il is
paid from the efforts of the politic
ians partIcularly city hall employes
to control time firganizalian
JAMES J0 JEffRIES
rAv fIGHT
I
AGAIN
HE IS LOOKING TO CHAMPION
SHIR BATTLE
Though He Denies It Those Who
Know SaylHe Is Already Plan
ning For Fight With Negro
Los Angeles Jan 5There Is con
siderable basis It Is said ror tne in
mol that was going around last night
thnt James J Jeffries former heavy
eight champion of the world has
rceol1slclOlC his decision ioi to again
enter the ring and that he is about
to make some proposition 10 me Aus
tralian promoter of the recent cham
pionship fight between Burns ana
Johnson looking to a championsnp
batllpe some lime during tho comrng
year between Champion Johnson tma
himself
Jeffries himself denies the truth of
tho rumor but it win not GO wnen
those who arc In a position to know
fay the erstwhile champion or cham
pions is not only In the frame or mind
to consider the thing but that he is
already planning the details of the
provision ho will make
It is stated by a man wao Is very
close to Jeffries that atiour a year
ago Jeffries tried three WCOKS orsysv
ttmatlc training at the LoS Angeies
Athletic club In this city ana Uiur
the results were not satisfactory to
him and hot it waa his raituro to gee
himself into condition which impelled
him to refuse tho offer or a 50Jiio
purse made by McIntosh the Austral
ian promoter
FORESTS COVER ONEFOURTH
OF COUNTRYS TOTAL AREA
Washington Jun 5Thc countrys
forests npw cover 550 million acres
or onefourth of the total area of the
United States acqordinp data com
piled by I forest service agents and J
made public today
Forests ovned by the government
cover ouQfoiirth of the total area and I
contain onefifth of the timber now
standing Forests privately owned
extend over Ihrcefourths oCw the total
forest area Conservative lumbering
Is practiced on seventy POI cent of the
forests publicly owned and on less
than one per cent of the forests pri
vately owned
Senator Smoot chairman of the sec
lion on forests of toe national conser
vation commission stales that under
right management the forests will
yield four limes as much as they do
now and also that wasted woods at the
mills can be reduced at least on
third with future profit It Is estimat
ed thnt forest fires can be stopped at
a yearly cost of onefifth of the value
of tho standing timber burned each
year
FATHER JOHNS BODY CARRIED
THROUGH ST PETERSBURG
St Petersburg Tan 5The body of
Father John of Cronstadt who died
two days ago was transported through
the streets of the capital yesterday
to the monastery of St John whoio
It will be interred The event wan
narked with scenes of religious dove
llcn approaching mania
It Is reported that large sums of
money disappeared from Father
Johns house during his closing hours
and that at the very end an abbess
held tho unconscious priests hand and
traced his signature on a will be
queathing his property to ner JDStltu
lion
FLEET ON
WAY TO
NAPLES L
Upon Arrival There
Sperry Will Offer z
His Services j
>
Port Said Jan 5The American
scout cruiser Yankton left here thfs
morning for Messina with medical
supplies and provisions on board iof
the earthquake sufferers She car
vied also a number of doctors Sj
Connecticut the flagship of Rear Ad
miral Sperry the Vermont tho Kan
sas and the Minnesota arrived here
from Suez last night S
Port Said Jan 5The Itinerary
of tho American battleship ilect un
der Rear Admiral Sperry has been
changed In consequence of the Italian
earthquake The now program Isas
follows
The battleships Connecticut as the
flagship of the fleet the Vermont mel
Minnesota will leave here at hud
night tonight direct for Naples Steam
ing at the rate of fourteen knots the
I Connecticut will arrive next Satur
j day The other two vessels will tal
low making the best speed they can
Upon arriving at Naples Admiral
I Sperry will confer with the autliorl
lies and offer the services ot the ves
sels at his command
Suez Jan 5The American bat
tleships Kentucky Louisiana Virgin
ia Missouri and Ohio entered the ca
nal at 830 oclock this morning The
weather was perfect The ships prob
rbly will reach Port Said at midnight
today Some of the American sailors
havo been ashore here and their con
duct has been excellent
YamaHa Egypt Jan 5The Ken
tucky the Louisiana the Virginia
the Missouri and Ohio passed heie
at 330 this afternoon lumalia Is
half way through the canal
COMMENTS FOLLOWING
PRESIDENTS MESSAGE
Council Bluffs la Jan 5Tlno
Emmett counsel for Charles T Stew
nit under Indictment by the federal
court at Omaha charged with land
fraud and of whom President Rouse
veILs message to congress has some
strong criticism last night gave to the
Associated Press a statement in
which ho declares that there will not
be a single witness offered bythc
government who will testify In ac
cordance with the statement made hy
the President
Ho also pays the president Is In er
ror In nearly every statement present
ed as coming from the secret service
men so far as these statements refer
to the Stewart case
Edward E Hart whose name the
President mentions In the same con
nection IB a prominent local caplMl
1st Mr Hart declares that tho Pres
idents utterances are the result of I
Inaccurate reports made to him
I
PROMINENT KANSAS CITY I
ARCHITECT IS DEAD
Kansas City Jan 5Franlc May i
nard Howe architect died last night
at his home hero Mr Howe le
signed tho Electric building at tho I
Worlds Columbian exposition In Chi
I cago In 1893 and the varied Indus I
tries building at the Louisiana Pur
chase exposition in St Louis in 150 L
His firm also furnished tho plans jot
bovoral union stations notably the o e
at Portland Ore
HE TURNED ROCKEFELLER
DOWN IN THE EARLY DAYS
Cincinnati Jan 5Aaron Tiffany
Batts 90 years old who Ii is said ohce
turned down John D Rockefeller I
when tho present day niultomllllpn
alro wanted to borrow 1OOJ to siarl
his little oil business in Cleveland > is
dead of pneumonia at the home of M
grand daughter Mrs Oscar Schorr
this city The body will he shlppedlo
I Mansfield 0 where it will ba burled
l Wednesday
OFFICER
HssIIOT
DOWN
Arizona Jack Com
mits Crime When Re
sisting Arrest
Los Angeles Jan 5Wh1l0 at I
tempting to arrest Arizona Jack 131
Ion a miner and cowboy or imperial
Valley Deputy Constable Cnaries DO
Manville wnp shot and killed late I
last night at Newhall this county His
body was found lying In tne street
shortly afterward Elba escaped uy
boarding a freight train A posse is
searching for him Ellon it is saTO II
hud a row with a salooaneepor in
Nowhall Drawing two revoivers uc
drove the customers and bartender
out of tho place II
Constable Do Manville who had
been summoned encountered isron j
several blocks away with leveieu I
revolver he commanded Ellon to
throw up his hands whereupon tao
latter drew his gun qulctey ana area
twice one bullet entering tlC consta
bles abdomen and the other piercing
his heart
COMMENTS ON TUt
DISMISSAL Of
I YUAN 8m tal
CHINESE STUDENT SAYS OFFI
CIAL MUST BE REINSTATED
Chinese People Will Not Stand an At
tempt to Go Backward Into
the Old Ways
r
New York Jan Wellington Kooe
a prominent young Chinese student at
Columbia university has returned to i i
New York from Washington where he I
spent considerable time In tim com 1
I pany of Tang Shao Yl special ambas I
sador from China to tho United States
Commenting on the dismissal of Yuan
Shi Kal tho great Chinese statesman
as member of the rand council Mr
1 Kooe said
Yuan Shi Kal will be reinstated or i
there will be trouble That Is what
we all believe The people of China
i will not stand an attempt to go back
waid into old ways as modem meth
ods of administration have been so
engrafted upon the conduct of Chinese
governmental affairs by Yuan Shi Kai
I and the ory numerous and able men
affiliated with him that It would be
absurd and in fact Impossible to
change back to tho old ways I
As a matter of fact Jf the men i
whom Yuan Shi Kai has put In places 1
of power and who are known to be in
entire sympathy with him will stand
together tho Pekin administration will i
be completely powerless to oppose
them <
I Joseph Singleton a thoroughly
Americanized Chinese president of the
Now York branch of the Chinese Em
pire Reform association does not share
with Wellington Kooe the high regard
for the deposed Celestial statesman
nor does he lament the turn affairs
have taken
Wo do not accept this deposing of
one Yuan Shi Kai as any evidence of
a turning against reform by the grand
council of Chins he said We be
Bore that while he was progressive he
was progressive because life thought
it was the best thing for Yuan Shi Kit
and not because ho thought It was the
best thing for China i
I Ho occupied a most remarkable po
sitiou and full of opportunities for an
unscrupulous man He had the con
I fidence of the foreigners He had the
I support of the great majority of the
nntlManchu Chinese Had there been
lily chance for a revolt against tho
I Manchu dynasty who so well fitted
I together strong elements In his sup
I
port In heading such a revolution as
I Yuan Shi Kal
KILLS SON
OF HI
FRIEND 0
He Lay in Wait for One
Who Sent Threatening
Letters to Him
Chicago Jan 5 William Moelton
tin 59 years old who had been
threatened with death unless ho put
500 at a place named In a notice
posted on his door last night borrow
ed a rifle from a friend and after
waiting in the dark shot and killed
l Cicrctt Scholens the son of the friend
vho had loaned him tho gun It was
a case of mistaken Identity
Earlier In the day Moellenlln told
his trouble to Joseph Scholens the
father of tho boy he shot
Dont take any chances with those
follows said the r elder Scholons
Heres my mile Walt for them and
if any appear shoot them
Moeltentln posted himself at a dark
window of his room Meantime some
detectives had boe ordered to the
place but unable to find it they ask
ed the boy Scholens lo show them He
consented and was leading them to
ward tho house when the window
was opened and the shot fired
OBTAINED MONEY UNDER
FALSE PRETENSES
Watjilngton Jan 5Tho federal
rrand jury yesterday retmncd an In
dictment against Jules M Waterbury
charging him with false pretenses In
securing money from Senator Bur
row of Michigan and Representative
Hull of Iowa and Barthold of Missouri
as well as from Assistant Attorney
General Ormsby McHarg
Waterbury Is charged with having
represented himself as an employe of
time Associated Press and of having
secured the money by pretending that
it was the desire of the Associated
Press to obtain photographs of tho
complainants It was brought out at
the hearing before the grand Jury that
Waterbury was not employed by the
Associated Press and never had begn
I
BURN TO
DEATH
FiRE
Boy Threw Lump Into
GrateFire Causing
Awful Explosion
Ynez Ky Jan 5Threc lives wore
lost in an explosion at the nome or
Allen Cassell weanny planter yes
terday Cassells wife and son worm
burned lo a crisp andhlastepdaugn
ler died shorty afterward The boy
set a can of powder near mo grate
lire He noticed a small wnite uinu
In the can and not thinning it to be
powder threw It Into the flames Tlio
lump exploded setting the can on lire
1snd It exploded with great force
NNE PROMINENT
RANCMEN ARE
ARRESTED
CHARGED WITH DESTROYING
PROPERTY OF SHEEP COMPANY
Methods Similar to Those of Night
Riders Were Discovered by Noted
Wyoming Cattle Detective
Newcastle AVyo Jan 5Nine
prominent ranchmen of Crook county
and one ranch hand It just transpires
are under bond to appear at the May
term of court to answer charges of
burning and ollierwlso destroying
property belonging to the Guthrle
Sheep company In an effort to drive
the company out of business and re
taining to themselves the use of the
grazing for cattle
According to alleged confessions of
three of tho men arrested and placed
under bond the raids wore planned af
ter the night rider system now being
exposed in Tennessee without the
masked feature Secret meetings held
in unlighted rooms followed by
slcalUij attacks upon designated prop
erty were part of the means resorted
to to carry out the purpose of the al
leged conspiracy The cases against
tho men were worked out by a noted
Wyoming cattle detective and it Is
hinted that threats of assassination
have been made against him and oth
ers connected with the investigation
CONDEMNS LIFE IN
AIRLESS FLATS
Chicago Jan 5In pursuance of
the present agitation for fresh air in
street cars Edward E Pritchard sec
relari of the health department has
attacked flat life in large cities Tho
all wise God says he never intend
ed people to live In flats There can
be no fooling of the existence of the
Divine Being in tho crowded living
places shut off from the healthful
light and air Why many mothers and
fathers in Chicago have moved so
much from fiat to flat that they can
not remember where some of their
children wore horn Air in time street
cars is worse than air in sewers Jf a
man was given his choice of living
continually In a Chicago car and the
mouth of one of Its HecrS ho would
be wise to choose the sewer habita
tion
SUSPECTS ESS1CK
MURDER RELEASED
Colorado Springs Colo Jan ii i
Arthur Davis who hws been detained
by tho polIte for several days In con i
nection with Uu mystorirtus kllllnjj of
O P KfiBick tho aged Woodman ot I
tho World clerk was last night re
Itauod after the coroners inquest j
r
TERRIBLE
RAOEIIY
OCCURS
Two Men Hacked to
Pieces Woman Torn
From Dying Husband
San Diego Cal Jan 5Ncws Is
Just received of a startling tragedv
near Vallecito close to the Mexican
boundary on Christmas eve when two I
men were hacked to
pieces and a
young woman was torn from her dy
ing husband and carried into the
mountains The report comes from
Mesa Grande Banner and Julian Time
men killed are said to have boon
Jose Rodriguez and Victor Cota Tho
woman alleged to have been abducted
was Colas wife Emanuela The Co
las have been living on a ranch in
he mountains back of Banner On
the day before Christmas Rodriguez
and Nuncio Berdugo called at tim
place Two days later a horseman
stopping at tho houso found signs of
a terrible affray He gave the alarm
Neighbors went to the ranch They
found Rodriguez badly mutilated by
knife wounds and Cola also stabbed
to death The woman and Berdugc
were missing but tracks of a man and
woman leading toward the boundary
were found and It is supposed they
are in Mexico
The first report received hero was
that there had been a bloody affray
among cattle men Later advices are
as above
DENOUNCES CHRISTIAN
SCIENCE MOVEMENT
ChicagoJan 5In an address brist
ling with denunciatory terms the Rev
Johnston Myers last night arraigns 1
Christian Science as one of the great
est menaces of modem times The
accusation occurred In a speech upon
Christian psycholog In which Dr My
ers advocated the program or the men
tal treatment which also Includes
drugs and physicians as outlined by
Bishop Fallows
He denounced the onliro Christian
Science movement a fabric of lies
and fraud built upon a foundation of
error and declared mat to Rims own
personal knowledge the j ersuasion
war responsible for scores or deaiti
He himself had charge of at least ono
funeral a month said he which was
directly chargeable to Christian
Science
DINNER IN HONOR
OF SECRETARY ROOT
Now York Jan Announcement
Is made hero that a dinner In honor of
Secretary Root will be held on Febru
ary 26 This dinner Is in recognition
ofMr Roots services In the Interest oC
international peace Speakers at tho
dinner are to include PresidentElect
Taft Baron Taknhira the Japanese
ambassador Governor Hughes of this
city Andrew Carnegie Joseph H
Choate and others
ALLEGED TRAIN ROBBER
PLEADS NOT GUILTY
SI Paul Minn Jan 5George T
Frinkhausor charged with holding
up a Great Northern train at Rondo
Mont In September 1907 was 4 ar
raigned before United States Commis
I sioner Spencer here yesterday He
pleaded not guilty and was ordered
taken to Helena where he will be
placed In jail
MOB GATHERS TO
lYNCU MANNS
MURDERER
UNDER HEAVY GUARD PRISONER
IS BROUGHT FROM DENVER
Two Thousand people Wait for Him at
Ogallala Jail but Arc Held
by Armed Officers
Ogallala Neb Jan 5Under heavy
guard Lafayette Dale also known as
John Harry Dale Smith charged with
brutally murdering Volly Mann pn
the prairie east of here in Octpber
last reached here from Denver last
night and was safely lodged In Jail
learning that a mob had formed hore
toLynch Dale Sheriff Deal with his I
prisoner detrained at Brule ten miles
west and started for this place In a
swift automobile During the trip
Dale lay In the bottom of tho machine
while the sheriff and several deputies
sat In the seats with handi on their
weapons At the outskirts of the city
and informed
a messenger met the sheriff
formed him that two thousand people
wore waiting at tho jail and that hot
heads were urging ummary punlsiit
mont for his prisoner
As tho sheriffs party approached limit
mob Sheriff Beal ordered the chauf
feur to go throughrlie mob apd WHU
horn tooling the automoWIe ef1
cd Sheriff Beal standing up In front I
with drawn revolver Time Jail wt 5
eventually reached and Dale e ciireiy
locked up The mob finally dt8persJ >
During the journpy Dale W5 P1X
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Locomotive 56 14
American Smelting 527S
American Smelting pfd 103 31
American Sugar Rennlng 130
Anaconda Mining Co 49
Atchison Railway 99 38
Atchlson Railway pfd 101 12
Baltimore and Oho HQ 14
Brooklyn Rapid transit 69i fat
Canadian Pacific IT i i4
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Chicago Northwestern 17SK
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