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CASHIER STOLE
MANY THOUSANDS
Tip Lon Ind July 29 William H
Marker cashier of the First National
bank brother of Noah It Marker the
missing assistant cashier who is
charged with the defalcation of more
than 100000 has rationed
William II Marker was expected to
day to issue a statement of his attitude
In the banks management during the
weeks preceding the simultaneous dis
appearance of Noah Marker and GO
000 of tho banks cash last Saturday
evening
Many bad notes and checks aro
lurnlng up in the progress of the ex
amination of the affairs of tho bank
This paper bearing forgod signatures
01 substantial citizens represents it
s said thousands of dollars abstract
id from the banks funds It Is not
pecled that the shortage will bo lesa
han 110000 and it may be much
More
It was learned today that before
Soah Marker loft the city he transfor
cd a piece of property to a farmer
mid discounted the farmers note for
5000 It Is said he also borrowed
iioncy from many friends and that he
vas preparing for his departure for
> wc > k before ho left the city
tWORLDS
WORLDS CONFERENCE
TO BE IN GERMANY
I BarmpnElbcrfcldl Germany July 29
The worlds conference of Youug
Mcnfr Christian associations today
was devoted to reports from all na
lionB That of the United States evok
ed the greatest enthusiasm This re
port showed that there arc 1939 or
ganizations 110000 members and 550
GftiVYM C A property in that coun
try The figures fior the entire world
arc 7823 organisations 821000 mem
bers and 60000000 In property
The kaiser telegraphed the bless
Ing of God on tho conference Work
for the welfare of the rising genera
tion
Ecuador exports about 20000 tons
of vegetable Ivory annually of which
Germany takes about onohalf and the
United States onefourth
iNDUSTRIAL SCHOOL
REPORT UNFAVORABLE
H H Thomas Present Superintendent Is Declared to Be Incompe
tent But Committee Says He Has Been Honest and Conscien
tious in the Discharge of His DutiesIndiscriminate Use
of Corporal Punishment Condemned as Criminal
I Superintendent Should Be an Educator
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II 11 Thomas of the State Indus
trial school at Ogden must go if time
I report of the special committee ap
pointed by the governor to investi
gate charges against him means any
thing It Is construed to be decl ell
I unfavorable to Mr Thomas
The report drafted by the four out
side members of the investigating
committee was considered In detail
by the board of trustees at a meeting
III the governors ofllce Thursday af
ternoon and officially given to tho
public for the first Mint The board
deferred action however until another
meeting can be held which will prob
ably be Monday and while Governor
Spry would make 110 statement Thurs
day it Is understood that he will ask
the board to concur in the roport and
carry out its recommendations as far
as finances i ill permit
The report among other things
says that the committee is agreed that
from lime to time during Mr Thomas
superintond ncv punishment meted
out to unruly Inmates has been severe
and extreme but it evades fixing defi
nitely the responsibility for this other
than for the episode of July 100S
and then goes on to lay part of the
blame upon Assistant Superintendent
Kneass Vhile the punishment In this
case was extreme it was neither wan
ton nor Intentionally cruel the re I
port continues but corporal punish
ment must be and can be effectively i
administered only by one skilled in the
knowledge of human nature Indis
criminate use of corporal punishment
is criminal declares tho report It
then proceeds to say
Superintendent Thomas has been
honest and conscientious In tho dis
charge of his duties as he has seen
I them and through his efforts much
work of a very commendable nature
has been accomplished We believe
he has done all that any person with
out adequate preparation could do to
promote the efficiency of tho Institu
tion It
As to the charges of incompetency
the committee says thai the minutes
of the board of trustees show that nu
merous resolutions directed to Mr
Thomas looking to the improvement
of conditions have not been carried
out A strict adherence to the In
Islrucllons would have made this investigation
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estigalion unnecessary says the re
port
portThe
The committee recommends better
salaries for the superintendont and
his assistant with a separate cottage
for each and the utmost care in se
lecting employes for the school
Tho question now Is who will be
the next superintendent of the State I
Industrial school The persons most
talked of for the place are Judge Cow
and of the juvenile court of Salt Lake
and Prof S II Gfoodwln of Provo
Both arc very excellent men and If
either of them was to bo selected It
is very likely that the school would not
suffer In the future
Following is the report submitted
by the committee to the governor
Hon Win Spry Governor of the
State of Utah
We your committee appointed by
your excellency txt the request of the
board of trustees of the State Indus
trial school to assist in investigating
certain charges filed by a citizens
committee against II H Thomas su
perintendent and the conduct of tho
Industrial school in general beg
leave to submit the following report
With the report we also submit n
transcript of the evidence given in
fullThe
The Investigation was conducted at
the State Industrial school and cov
ered a period of two weeks beginning
June II ltO and terminated June
29 1900 I on which late arguments
I and brief were submitted by counsel i
for both sides The citizens commit
tee preferring the charges against
Supt H II Thomas were represent
ed by Attorney V Gideon and A W
Agee and Mr Thomas was repre
sented by Attorney T D Johnson
The following are the specific
charges towit
Hut from the transcript it will be
shown that the investigation took a
much wider scope It was desired to
give the fullest latitude to the Inves
tigation to enable your committee to
become fully cognizant of conditions
as they are and as they should be
Tho committee is agreed In report
ing that from time lo time during Mr
Thomas superlntendency punish
ment meted out lo unruly inmates was
extreme The Infraction of the rules
and tho nature of the offenses perpe
trated army have occasioned such ex
tromo punishment As adduced by the
testimony and other information in I
the specific charges of excessive cru
elty In the episode of July 1908 the
punishment of the boys for their uu
mentionable crime against nature
was sanctioned by the superintendent
and the governor of the state In this
connection It must be stated that tho
superintendent could not be held
wholly responsible for an overt act
committed when the boys were in
charge of the assistant superintendent
At no time however no matter what
tho nature of the offense might be I
and which necessitates corporal pun I
Idbmeiil should the limit of humane
ness be transcended The superin
tendent evidenced a seeming lack of
knowledge as to the best method of
handling extreme cases The extrem
fly of punishment was neither wan
ton nor Intentional All will have
to agree that the superintendent was
actuated by motives which would lead
to the performance of duties as he
felt they were to be performed The
responsible position of the head of
such an institution alS the Slate Indub
trial school requires a man who Is a
competent export of human nature
The need Is manifest for ono imbued
with such knowledge The growth and
development of the Institution invest
gated show the demand for one
trained to handle the various types of
Inmates To do otherwise will mean
a disruption of discipline which may
take much more time and energy to
cope with than could be given by a
board of trustees whose time and ener
gies arc given to the service of the
state graths Moral suasion cou
pled with suitable form of punish
ment administered by a capable ped
agogue one whoso heart and thought
aro in the work will be the means of
preventing crime among the Inmates
which crime necessitates excessive
punishment
j ThO further charge against the su
perintendent was that he is manifest
ly incompetent to perform the re
sponsible duties of his Important po
sition Our investigation bears out
such charge for the following rea
sons
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Tho minutes of the proceedings of
the board of trustees show that mi
moious resolutions looking to improve
ment of existing conditions and which
were directed to the superintendent
were not carried out Had the things
thus ordered been done It is more
than likely that our Investigation
j would have been uncalled for It is
evident to the committee that there Is
need of special training on the part of
one who would he tho head of ho
State Industrial school Tho quali
fications fnr the office require both
adaptation and efficiency rime super
intendent must be an educator espe
cially skilled In bundling the types
of individuals who are temporarily
detained in such an institution it
Is our firm conviction that the super
intendent should be selected with
thought of public efficiency and the
good ho can render the state
In view of our Investigation we rec
ommend that tho board of trustees
with the funds entrusted to them
charged with appointing a superinten
dent pay him an adequate salary that
will enable one Imbued with high ped
agogical principles and moral cillcl
ency to seek such a position that
provision be made for the adequate
housing in separate collages the au
terlnlemlent and his family and that
out of his salary the superintendent
maintain himself and family without
such maintenance being requisitioned
from funds other than his salary
Second That employes of the In
stitution bo selected only with the
utmost care They likewise should
be fitted for the work in hand By
character they must be exemplary
While the salaries paid at present arc
inadequate to secure efficient aid it
would be better In tho opinion of
your committee to reduce the number
and Increase the elllciency of tho em
ployes Ry better salaries being paid
them a better class of employes call
be secured
We also recommend that when in
mates are legitimately employed for
work outside of the Institution the I
siato should receive the benefit and
the Inmates should receive reasonable
remuneration
Furthermore we commend the
move looking toward as complete
segregation of boys and girls
cottages as Is possible and we
recommend that if feasible as
soon as possible there he segre
gation of the boys as to the na I
ture of offense for which they aro de
tained and also as to their ago limit
We find that the buildings and
grounds are in fairly good condition
The food administered the Inmates
is sufficient and wholesome What I
defects were complained of in this I
line were not manifest to the commit
tee and If any at all can readily bo
remedied at the direction of the board
of trustees I
In our findings after painstaking In
vestigation we cannot exonerate Mr
Thomas but wo are bound to state I
In his behalf that ho has performed I
his duties with more than apparent
honesty His handicap lay In lack of
preparation for the work In hand and
while during the years of hlfj Incum
bency in office Improvement has been
made both physically and as to the
morals of the Institution the institu
tion has outgrown one of his ability
Tho work for which we were ap
pointed is for the time being com
pleted If we have rendered service
wo are satisfied and this satisfaction
will be our compensation
PRETTY WEDDING TAKES
PLACE AT THE FLYER HOME
A very pretty wedding look place at I
tho home of Mr and Mrs Percy C
Plyor 2S71 Lincoln avenue Thurs
day noon when Mr Chris Waechter
and Miss Margaret Flannery became
husband and wife
The ring ceremony was performed
by Rev G V McCrecry pastor of tho
First Methodist Episcopal church The
groom is a prominent business man
of Rock Springs Wyo whllo the
bride has held the position of head
waitress at the Union Pacific hotel
In that city Following tho wedding
ceremony a bountiful dinner was serv
ed
INCORPORATION ARTICLES
FILED BY NEW COMPANY I
The Brown Investment company a 1
no I real estate concern capitalized
at 4000 divided into shares at 10
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cents each filed articles of Incorpora
tion yesterday James A Brown is
president Alice B Heaton vice pres
ident Mary E Hoyt secretary and
treasurer The other directors are
C W Brown Shelley Ida W Ernest
Brown Portland Ore and Edna B
Bailey Salt Lake The stock Is paid
for by the taking over of real estate
in Salt Luke
The Fillmore Fruit Grain Lands
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company capitalized at 25000 with
shares at SIeach filQd ar tlclos of in
I corporation yesterday Tho company
has 2ltHJS3 acres of land with water
rlghls valued nt 10 an acre 13 P
Ellison Is president Joseph E Ray
vice president and Samuel A Green
wood secretary and treasurer Clint
on D Ray and John W Taylor are ad
j ditional directors
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I Articles of Incorporation were filed
l yesterday by the RooklldgeGllmer
company organized in Salt Lriko for
the purpose of engaging In the auto
i mobile business Tho company hats a
I capital of 25000 divided Into shares
of 10 each John W Rooklldge la
president and secretary L J Gilmer
vice president and treasurer Bosalo
C Rooklldgp an additional director
A P Thomas and Blalno Boaman mire
also directors of the company
I The Clear Lake Salt company by
an amendment to Its articles of In
corporation filed yesterday Increases
Us capitalization from 100000 to
i 300000 The additional 200000 01
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vlded Into 1 shares Is held as treas
I ury stock
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LAYING Of LDoSo
CORNERSTONE
I Last evening nt S p in tho corner
stone of the new Eighth ward L D
j S chapel was placed In position A
I platform was built on what is to be
j limo first floor of the building and
i chairs were placed for those who at
tended the ceremony An arc light
i was hung over the cornerstone and
one over lie platform I The services
were conducted by the ward bishopric
I and Bishop James Taylor made a brief
speech and then wielded the trowel
After the laying of the cornerstone
a program was rendered and refresh
ments were served
The State Industrial School band
the ward orchestra and the Misses
Pauline and Julia Maddock delighted
the congregation with a number of
well rendered selections
Bishop Taylor reports the work on
the building progressing rapidly the
basement having boon finished and h j
expects to conduct services in tho new
chapel by the end of next month
GoAe Re COMMITTEE
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OlDS MEET NG
At a mooting of the G A R encamp
ment executive committee held at the
Weber club last evening it was decid
ed that the official train of the Dix
Logan post band and encampment of
ficials will bo run over the Oregon
Short Line railroad The special train
will leave about eight oclock on the
j morning of August 11 and return at
j midnight
Tho Dix Logan poji which will bo
escorted by the Conservatory band
will carry a large bjuc silk banner I
with the Inscription Dix Logan post r
Number three Ogden Utah in largo
gold letters
The decoration committee was au
thorized to decorate the city hall and
city hall square and CeoIi Davis
chairman of the decorating committee
was given a free hand to do as ho
pleased and spend just as much as ho
I cared to In order to have the decora
tions properly taken care of I
The committee will meet again next
Wednesday night when all business
connected with tho encampment will
be cleared up
The Dlx Logan posl will meet next
Tuesday night and coiriplete arrange
ments for their part In the program
PARK KEEPER ATTEMPTS TO
SHOOT UP NEIGHBORHOOD
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Yesterday afternoon ono of the I
park keepers at Liberty I park
went on a rampage and tried to shoot
up the neighborhood with a gun that
was not loaded The fellow had boon
drinking heavily and bocame violently
enraged at some imaginary grievance
and commenced tb do things I
After having terribly frightened the
children of the neighborhood and hay
ing succeeded In putting the women in
a state lot hysteria his brother made
an attempt to quiet him down I
Seeing his brother coming ho ran
at him flourishing his gun and calling
upon tho gods Upon reaching his
brother he struck him with the gun
and cut several deep gashes In his
face and followed by an attempt to i
shoot himself with the unloaded gun
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IRWIN BISHOP MEETS
WITH PAINFUL ACCIDENT
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Irwin Bishop son of 7 M Bishop
residing at Grant and Thirtieth and
employed by the Bishop Child Gro I
cer store met with a painful but I
not necessarily serious accident last
evening at about 4 oclock I
Voting Bishop was driving a wagon
loaded with empty boxes in front of j
his fathers store when one of the
boxes slipped throwing Bishop to the
ground Before he had time to gel
up another box fell striking the lad
on the spine He was picked up un
conscious and carried into the store
A physician was called in and after
examining the boy slated thai the
spine had been severely bruised but
that no bones were broken
IS FATALLY INJURED WHEN I
RETURNING FOM lAGOON i
Evert Neutoboom of this city rcceiv
ed a message from Salt Lake last
evening stating that while Kerst Jan j
I Nybasch was returning from Lagoon i
last night he fell from a car and was j
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I From the dawn of spring until old Jack Frost first covers our land there will be
I thousands of camps pitched along the pineclad rivers and lakes of our beloved country
No camping outfit is complete without a case or two of good old
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there is positively no reason why Beckers Beer should
not be just as good as anybut there are sensible reasons for its i
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conscious and died after remaining in
a comatose condition for two hours
The dead man was wolJ known in
Ogden having friends and relatives
here Nyhasch was a native of Holland
He joined the Mormon church there
in 1800 coming to this country In I
1001 Ho is survived by a wife and
two children one sou and one daugh
ter
The funeral will he held in tho
third ward meeting house In Salt Lake
next Sunda
Sunday 1
HOMESICKNESS CAUSES HIM
TO ATTEMPT SUICIDE
Somerset July Homesickness IB
said to have prompted Private I Brick
er of the Eighteenth regiment Penn
sylvania National Guard now in sum
mer camp here to attempt suicide
last night by slashing his throat with
a sharpened bayonet Before the sol
dier could suffer much loss of blood l
he was taken to the hospital and his
wound dressed It is said that Bricker
has been acting queerly since last
Sunday when howas visited by rola
itves
EFFORTS TO STEAL THE
CORNERSTONE OFCHURCH
New York July Repeated ef
forts to steal the cornerstone of the
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old Methodist church In South Third i
street Willionisburg have caused fl i
police detail to be stationed there day
and night The structure is being de
molleshcd to make way for a new
building A report has been curren
In the neighborhood for many year
that when the cornerstone was laid
In 1847 the trustees and members of
the church deposited In it many val t
able gold coins and articles whit
would bo of great value now
Various attempts have been nmd
by unknown persons mostly at nigh
to cut out the cornerstone 1
WANT ADS BRING BIG RESULTS
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