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The Juab County Times STORM Ifl THE EAST A REAL USE Jacob Coleman, Editor and Proprietor NEPH1 (Copyright, UTAH OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. District. Judicial District Fifth Judge, Joshua Greenwood. Attorney E. II. Ryan. V. L. Cook. (Stenographer State Senator J. A. Hyde. State Representative Braxton liar nett. Forest Supervisor Ncbo Forest serve Re- Pack. U. S. Kxpert In Charge Kxperlmont Station K D. Farrell. State Foreman Experiment Station Stephen tSoswell. County. J. L. County Commissioners Uoorge Jones, Mai'tin. Nlelson. Clerk T. W. Vickers. Kecorder Win, liurton. Treasurer T. H. O. Parkes. Assessor Wot, Bailey. Surveyor Arthur A. Miller. Attorney T. l. Foote. Sheriff Gus J. Henrlod. SuiHTiutendent of Schools George K. Sperry, Jr. ProlMitlon Officer Alvab Stout. Mo Road ComuiissloniT George D. fc. witue. Superintendent County Infirmary II. D. Allred. County Physicians Dr. W. W. UenueU, Dr. J. A. llensel. EAST COUNTY MUNICIPAL FICERS. OF- Nephl City. Mayor Isaac H. Grace, Councilmen Janus Garrett, Jr., Alma Hague, A. U, I'uxman, G. W. Lunt, W. U. Oime. Hecordei- - T. C. Winn. Treasurer IJartou Drough. Marshal W. A. Wright. Night Watchman Alvah Stout. of lae Pctice John S. Justice Cooper. Street Supervisor J as. B. Riches. Quarantine Physician Dr. D. O. Miner. Dullding Inspector Enoch Chief 01 Fire Department liurton. N. A. MelBon. Superintendent cf Waterworks Al- fred Gowers. Electric Sum rintendent Light Plant T. A. Carver. Sexton N. C. Nlelson. Levari Town. President Board of Trustees John A. Morgan. J. Trustees M. I Cbrlstensen, , renzo Mangleson, Sortn P. Christen-enNiels J. Schow. Clerk Orson Nlelson. Marshal Richard Iverson. Health Officer James E. Taylor. EAST COUNTY SCHOOL BOARDS. Mona John T. Kay, Ephraim H. Kay, N. W. Elleriaon. Nebo Thos. Booth. Edward Jones, V m. Jones. Nephl Alma Hague, T. 1 Foot, Roacoe E. O rover. Levan Henry Hendrlckson, James C Taylor, Adelhcrt llonh. Juah Jamea A. Kelly, R. C Stephenson, T. T. Taylor. PRECINCT EAST COUNTY OFFI-CERS- . Mona. Justice John rates. Constable Ellas Molyneux. Health Officer N. W. Ellertaon. Justice J. It. M 1 A. S'indar. e:J Ciera. at- P rn FUi SCANDALON'CHANGE 1900.) Fallen Tryant Leavea Managua on Mexican Gunboat, Causing Sigh of Relief From Followers. low-wat- I 1 SENSATIONAL RISE AND FALL OF ROCK ISLAND STOCK IS CAUSE OF 8USPICION. Committee Appointed for Official Probing of Mystery or Fiasco, With Instructive to Sift Matter to the Bottom. New York. The New York Stock Exchange has an Investigation on its hands. Common stock of the Rock Island company rose 31 points almost Immediately after the opening on t-- - for-frau- sup-Kwd- ly . Ron-mani- - tn-r- II.1 tem-xirar- . i'-'- ten - y government." Warrinef Gets Sis Years. Another Myth Exploded. ihat With a Cincinnati Notra'es. Aril. The mystery and sentence be pronounced Immediately, glamor for run; years surrounding Charles L. Warriner. defaulting locai Inland. Oulf of California, treasurer of the B'g Four railroad ha fceen effectual'? dissipated by toe to embezzlement on reitim of evn of the Amr1can expaded Wednesday and was sentenced to s: plorer, who hal 18 on through to their way on October years' hard ialxir In it state pen: the Islsrsd. which they explr-rtntlary. The plea of milty waa made b to be Inhabited by man eating between the count r er1 Indian and to contain hl'ldn Warriners and attorney treasure and rich mineral vein. The prosriitor . I1- f v ' y narty wa under the !eadrMp of Pro Fayette A. Jones. Thy found ere the aatlves ,o mineral and 'r1enr,F. trit Tlt-tiro- e eof pd No-sale- s sup-pnse- jYuletide Brought Sarrow and Death. ! C'amlen. N. J Chrima hroughi death and sorrow to two famlilcf ! at Malaga, near Vineland. N. 1 Mrs. Mary Price waa killed by a train William Hageman, in an heroic a tempt to save her, received injuries from which he died. Mrs. Price was standing on the snow covered station platform at Malaga when she slipped a the train and fell on the track wa pulling In. Without hesitation, lineman Jumped to rescue her, and before he coild drag her from dancer both were struck by the locomotive. Jit then, even Monday; more suddenly, dropped to CO. Thereby hangs a mystery, or a fiasco, or something that the governors of the stock exchange will try to sift to the bottom. At the close of the day's session tho governors quickly held a conference, and It was announced that a special investigation had been instituted. Francis L. Enmes. former president of the exchange; J. T. Atterlmry and Ernest Groesbeck were appointed to the inquiry. Conservative members are much erc!sed over tho episode und summary punishment of the offenders Is demanded. Officers of the Hock Island disclaim any responsibility for the movement. con-du- st ZELAYA INTERVIEWED. D r Via-Itlna- r Meetings. fW-fm- tip ZELAYA Managua. Jose Santos Zelaya, of Nicaragua, has deserted bis country and his followers, going Tidal Wave Drives Hundreds From aboard a Mexican gunboat on Thurs Their Homes in Boston, and Other day, bound for Sallni Cruz. Cities Are Blocked With 8now Zelaya left the country he had so and Left In Darkness. long misruled and the people bo had without the blare ol plundered cover of darkness Under trumpets. Sunon Boston. A northeast storm Zelaya, accommorning, Thursday day swept Into New England with tera heavily armed guard, propanied by rific energy. The gale drove a tide ceeded to Corlnto, in which port the into Massachusetts bay which nearly Mexican warship had been lying for equaled that of the famous storm of several days close to the United 1851. The wet snow postrated wires, States protected cruiser Albany. Other the telephone, telegraph, electric light American warships swung at anchor and trolley, and railroad trains were In the harbor with marines aboard, stalled. Three persons lost their lives Instructions. awaiting In Everett and Chelsea by the sudAt 5 o'clock In the afternoon the den rise of the tide. warship weighed anchor and pointed Coming In a full moon, the gale out to sea. A salute of 13 guns was rolled a wave along the coast which. fired from the shore and hundreds ol In some places, reached a height of solders and citizens waved the former One of the Rulers of Europe Has Been Employed, Incognito, as a St more than fourteen feet above dictator a farewell from the breach. vedore. mark. Zelaya stood alone and waved back In this city the tide went across In answer. when uncovered He Atlantic avenue on the water front, abreast of the Albany, but the AmeriEELIEVES IN GOOX and caused an estimated damage of SCHLEY cruiser made no response. Then HE U LAUNCHED can more than $1,000,000. he turned again toward the shore, gaz In Everett, Cornelius Harkln and tng until out of sight. his wife were caught In their beds The puople were relieved when they An Calls Upon Commander Peary to Sub-and overwhelmed by the flood. learned that Zelaya had gone anil iniant was drowned In Chelsea under mit His Proofs to the UniBIGGEST. FIGHTING MACHINE IN President Madrlz has already begun Persons living simitar conditions. his promised work of reform. All reof Copenhagen. versity THE NAVY FORMALY CHRIST-ENEsome distance from the coast round ports that Madriz Intends to resign IN FITTING MANNER. themselves looking over the open the presidency are untrue. He himself ocean. states that he accepted the office only Washington. Reaffirming his comHundreds of persons 7ere driven after mature consideration of the opAdIn Dr. confidence Rear Cook, from their homes by a flood resulting plete the position gave him to When Leviathan of War Slid S. W. into the portunity Schley, retired, on Wedfrom the breaking of a dam gate at miral about bring harmony and peace In a plaee known as "The Dykes" In nesday called upon Commander Peary Water, United Statea Naval ConNicaragua anc also of the dangers to submit his he that reached struction Into proofs Stepped Supremacy which attended his acceptance. He Is Chelsea, just over the Everett line. the north pole to some scientific body Over Other Nations. Large cities, such as Cambridge, other willing to face the dangers, he says, than the National Geographic ProviIn order to save the country. Soniervllle, Lynn, Brocton. News of the overwhelming victory dence, Fall River and New Bedford, society. should admiral the declared, This, In the presence of a won by General Estrada at Rama has were In darkness, except for light afPhiladelphia. be In done once Jusat the Interest of forded by the full moon. distinguished array of statesmen, the now reached the ears of all in ManFrom New York, Philadelphia and tice and to establish beyond question battleship Utah, the biggest in the agua, as well as the report that the New Haven come reports of the worst the claims of Peary. I'nited States navy, and dubbad forces will soon be The admiial believes that the same "Skeered o' Nuthln'" was launched revolutionary storm In years. Three deaths In New In this direction. But Esmarching York were due to the storm. In Phila- body which threw out and repudiated on Thursday In the yards of the New trada Is as yet a long distance off and Cook's data should be permitted to York Shipbuilding company at Cain-den- , hope is held that before his men delphia the street railways abandoned pass upon the data submitted by N. J., after Miss Mary Alice Spry, reach the capital a settlement satistraffic. Peary to the Geographic society. daiiKhter of Governor Spry of Utah, to all sides might be arELEPHANT CUTLETS FOR DINNER Moreover, Admiral Schley believes had smashed a beribboned bottle of factory ranged. th:it the submission of the proofs to champagne over the bow and spoke and Party Roosevelt EXPLORERS' CLUB DROPS COOK. Cojtcnhaeen should be insisted upon the words of christening. Celebrate Christmas Day. by Peary, whatever the attitude of Hundreds of workmen in the yards Holds That Alleged Diacoverer of Pole Kampala, Uganda. For the first the National Geographic society may stood silent as Miss Spry threw the Fraud on Public Practiced time In the world's history, perhaps, be. bottle with all her strength against New York. The board of governors the primal jungles of Africa saw a steel-platethe hull of the leviathan ANARCHISTS GET BUSY, Christmas celebrareal, of war. Then every oue removed his of the Explorers club met last Friday tion. The only thing lacking was hat and the men gave a mighty cheer In executive session and, standing In India Assassination and Russia, snow and Ice. But there was a big as the ship slid down the greased silence, voted with bowed heads, that Roumania at Same Time. feast, and Santa Claus was there, too. skids and Into the water Dr. Frederick A. Cook will be dropped St. Petersburg. Colonel KarpofT. with a roarsplashed Former President Theodore Roosewhich drowned the shout- from the rolls of the club velt was the man to Initiate a typical chief of the secret police of St. Peters- ing. practiced on Its members and on the In King Daudl burg, was asrassinated on Wednesday. Yankee Christmas public. common on are the Iaunchings Chwas' territory. Tents were stretch- He had been enticed to a modest Delaware Coming hard upon the heels of the river, but the launching of ed and the native cooks worked under apartment in a remote street of the the great vessel on estab- crushing verdict lately rendered by Thursday the direct supervision of a member of Vlborg district and there was blown lished a new epoch. It was a memor- the I rlverslty of Copenhagen, the acthe American expedition In preparing to pieces by a bomb exploded, able occasion from many viewpoints; tion of the Explorers' club Friday is a menu which Included roast sltatun-g- a by his host, one Michael first, on account of the distinguished the result of Independent Investigaand elephant outlets. Hermit celewho had l.ased the array of notable 'people; second, on tion which in no way touch upon the brated the day by taking a number of rooms a few days before. account of the unrivalled strength of polar controversy and the weight of snap shots, and Col. Roosevelt rePombay, India. Arthur Mason Tlp-leti-a the ship, and third, through 'the fact its disapproval thus becomes cumulaceived visitors and did some writing. Jackson, chief magistrate of Na-si- that Untied States naval construction tive. Preliminary to It vote of exculslon, In the presidency of Bombay, now steps Into supremacy. LIED. SAYS GOVERNOR the board met to pass upon the report was assassinated by a native while of its committee that has been InvesKING ALBERT NOW RULES. Poattending a theatrical performance. Delegate From Hawaii Causes tigating the validity of Dr. Cook's ss An official dispatch Washington. litical Sensation. was received from Bucharest to the Promises Policy of Humanity In the sertlon that he reached the summit ol to Congresa Honolulu. Delegate Mt. McKlnley. This committee. In a effect that the prime minister of Congo. an exhaustive Kalanlanaole, who recently announced concluding report, rechad been shot and seriously Brussels. Another young monarch ommended that "Dr. Cook's claims himself a candidate for anarchlsL a Roumanian wounded soverwas by added to the reigning that he ascended to the summit of Mt. baa caused a political sensation eigns of Europe on Thursday when McKlnley In 1906 be rejected by the Lived In Three Centuries. throughout the territory by a vigorous Albert I. ascended the throne of Bel- - Explorers' club as not worthy of ere attack uon Governor Freer, charging In dence." Philadelphia. Pa Arter living the governor with not acting In good three centuries. Mrs. Brayne Make-densk- liaot and the popular acclaim genuine. faith with regard to the proposed Strike Soon to Be Settled. aged 115 years, died In this un vveuneanay an mournea l homeieadfng of public lands. hrr;? Both the railroads and ,i 1 ,.T mitn thaStmeaPaul.re now In his first interviews on the sub- - f rj'r Saturday sai.gutne of an cany diTte- to congress lettlement of the strike difficulties Governor Eberhardt, through whose efforts the strikers and the railroads were enabled to reopen negotiations and who was the first to suggest a ref Involved to erence of. the question the Chicago conference, declares that the outlook for an Immediate settle tnent Is bright The engineers and firemen have now presented demands for an Increase of 13 to 40 per cent In wages. Sad Christmas For Mark Twain. New York. This wa a sad Christ sired a policy of humanity and pro- mas for Samnel L. Clemens, the wot Id gress in the Congo, and no one had a famed humorist, who ha made milIn health, his right to doubt her promite that such lions laugh. Broken It jonly daughter In Europe, the aged a policy would be maintained. meant the growth of the nation and i humorist was all alone In his home at the advanrftnent of the moral and in- Redding, Conn., with the dead body Jean Clemens of hia daughter. Ml tellectual standard of the people. who wal found drowned on Friday In a bathtub In her father's home. I Need of Bureau of Mines. waa at la believed Mis Clemens of the tacked by an epileptic fit and drowned Washington. Headqnarlers A Cnr7fT7fT5 Tragedy, .t.rr obsequies American Mining ronire hare been while unconscious. who anPern, Ind Policemen here to promote the establishopened Dead. McLawrin Senator from on a call Christmas swered day Tide of Immigration, of a national breati of mines. j Jackson. Ml, United States Ben-ato- ment Ora Galloway found his wife dead on Ratlin-ge- r j and President Taft WahinarJon, Figure Herretary prepared at A. J. Mcljiurln died suddenly the k'trhen floor of their horn and t are the bureau of Immigration and natur of the Interior In In home bla at revolver an with night Wednesday empty Galloway to favor such a bureau. "The jaiiration show the Inward passenger his hand and overturned furniture Brandon. Ieath waa d'e to an attack said lli.650, o! difficulty in the way of the es- .movement aggregated only showing that there bad teen a strug of heart failure and came without the tablishment of aurb a bureau." said whlcA 15,049 were Immigrant. U RfK :30 no o'clock at had he declared llehteot Gallon warning ay gle. citirena returning of what had taken When the fatal stroke came Senator James F. Gslbreath. Jr of Denver, were American consciousness were alien and In from abroad the "lie the cf congress, secretary a was in seated rocking place. In his examination ty the po- Mclurln a abroad n not do making living that trip fact many persons lice. Galloway said h had been Hi rhalr In frot.t of the f.re In his library. without U the terrible conditions that pre- to the t'niird States. Aliens wh and that Friday night his wle gave He snddpnly Ml forward were debarred Mm some headache medicine before shaking a word snd waa dead when vail In the mining Industry and bow sought admission and reached much we need the aid of the federal i for phvd'cal and moral cause nnm h went to bed. He knew no more, the members of Ms family berd IS? I. him. he said. ward at ward at la he marie; meeting house. Victim of the Black Hand. Primary I1rt word a Relief hull, j 4 p, tn T 1v. Second ward at Antonio IhIeandro, Washington. me 'lie house, 4 p. tn. Tuesday. an wealthy merchant In this city, is In M'n-1ar7:31 the hospital fatal with probably prie'bood p. m , at tie respective ward moving wounds, inflicted, the police say, by a houa. Black Hand agent, who struck the man Relief So Hrt wail. second down when he refused to give np a and fourth Th'vs'laTS of each month sum of money. Warrants have m. ward, first and large Issued for the arr-- t tut John h month st 2 third Thnrsdars ff n Italian of Washington, Canlafy, r. tn. at the respective moving and Antonio i olle, a non resident. The Bon?a. First ward I p. m polk- are scouring the Italian region Re elfrn ckiasa at Reiiff tall; fteot.rid for Fo'le. Folle is said to have Ffidy mmj ward. 3 p. m , every Friday at mH-ta- tacked Imlenandro while he was in barber chair. bue. m"-et?n- OF . Hnn1T School, f) a m. Flrrt warl at Tahfrnatle; Kecond ward at mat- ing b'ttiee. RID t' liiimr, Saints NICARAGUANS LAST m I O. O. F. No. 16 mofm ,verr nrday evening In I. O. O. F. hall. brother cord ally Invited to tend. J. O. Sullivan. N. O John Cooper, Secretary. Latter-da- y AT WORST GALE IN YEARS SWEEPS OVER NEW ENGLAND, LEAVING TOLL OF DEATH AND DAMAGE. t Nephl. 8. Cooper. U. FOUND KINGS FOR Former President Insists That He la Abused and Misunderstood. Sallna Cruz, Mexico IVclarlng that the attitude of Secretary Knox toward him could not fall to be disapproved by all people, and that he believed the secretary's judgment waa warped by false reports from the American vice consul at Managua, former President Jose Santos Zelaya endeavored, in an Interview on Monday, to Justify bis treatment of the Americans, Cannon and Groce, as an act that any one In his position would have committed. "I am going to Mexico City to remain for six mouths," said he. "If agrees with me, I will send or go for my family. If it does not agree with me, I will go to some place in Europe. I am going to Mexico Chyle thank President Diaz and Mexican officials for their kindness to me." fair-minde- FRIENDS DEMAND ACTION. Imprisoned in Mexico Must Be Released. Washington. Acting under the demands of labor unions, the state department has called upon the American embassy at Mexico City to inves- Railroad Man tigate sharply the Incarceration of Conductor James A, Cook, an AmC-ca- n arrested and Imprisoned for alleged complicity in the robbery of freight trains on a Mexican railroad. Cook haa been Imprisoned for some- time without trial, and friend In thla country requested the White Housh that he be given a trial or released on bonds. In cases of tu kind the latter alternative ia never reported to Teachers' Annual Meeting. Salt Iake City. The Utah school teachers are in annual session In thla city. Under the most auspicious cir- cumstances and with between 1,500 nd 2,000 teachers present from parta of the state, crowding the Tssembly hall to Ita capacity, the convention was called to order by Presiva-lo- dent Frank M. DrlgK. superintendent l th deaf and blind school at Ogdea, i few minutes after J o'clock on Monday, tvery part of the state was and some g.ii.ered from surrounding states to be present at the opening session. As They Do tn Russia. Petersburg. Altr two years ionniiemcnt In the fo;ue Catherine ilreshkovskaya. who is to r placed on trial In February on a charge of being a member of th revolutionary organization, wa on Monday allowed her first conference with her counsel, M. Zarudny said later M, Zarndny. that he had found Mute. Dreshkov-ftkar- a In surprisingly goid health, bright and cheerful, but utterly unreconciled to the government. Hb Jeclined to ask for a lranfr to lh and prison ,rellmtnary dtenfl'n may probably refus to present a 8L de-fen- s. Chapter of Accident. A series of unfortunate occurrence marked the oiwning Monday of the twenty fifth annlversarr meeting of the American Historical and the American Economic associations. On account of the storm, Taft was unable to attend. Dr. A New York. - Pres-:de- nt William Graham Humner of Yale, who waa to have taken an important part, waa stricken with sudden Andrew Carnegie fell In General Park and Injured his knee, and S N. D. North, acting president of the American Statistical society, rovld r.nt b iresept because of 111 rt"j llln; Lighthouse Destroy!. Newport News, Va Having been rammed and almost eit 'n two by h four n; as ted siiioon-- t Ma'c-vlItavtci Jr the Thimble SHcil lgit'io.ie, four mlie cad from Oid Comfort, and near the tall of h? hor'-hxr-- . n firlower Cher ajfeake b?y, &rd wa ef troj ed Monday morning K'cei. r !!odj!n snd hs 3 It Thorns and T. I Fa'i!'Sv. pit o,T !n a lifeboat and a s:ib'juei.ty picked np by a rescue ere- - fn.. ho P-.i- - ss!t n'. United Stater sront cruiser M'lminj ba.n.