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PLEASANT GROVE NEWS READY TO GO HOME MISSING PHILADELPHIA HEIRESS : WHO ELOPED WjTH A WAITER HAS BEEN FOUND. Pair HaoJ Traveled Thousands - Miles at Father and Daughter ... jnd" GirLJs Now .Ready To Return Home. Chicago. Living as father and daughter, Roberta Buist de Janon. the 17-year-old Philadelphia heiress, and Frederick Cohen, a waiter atJhe Rel-lvue-St rat ford hotel. Philadelphia, -who eloped -December 29 from Phlla delphia, arid for. whom a world-wide Bearch was instituted, were found and J arrested here late Monday. , . , . They were discovered by detectives detec-tives in a' rooming house at 68 West Superior street. When policemen entered en-tered the house Miss de Janori was playlngwith her pet 'dog, which she look with her in her sensational disappearance dis-appearance with Cohen, who is 43 years old and a married man. ( ohen was seated in an adjoining room, reading. read-ing. Cohen first protested against ar. - restrH e soon 'admitted his identity. however, -and Miss de Janon. sobbing bitterly, pleaded with the authorities to restore her to her parents. Cohen revealed to the officers the story of his flight with the girl from Philadelphia, a flight extending for. thousands of infles through, the 1'nlted States and Canada and in which a Jjlfl-JJi-EnglaatLak Halifax because the boat authorities would not permit the presence of Miss de Janon s pet dog on the vessel. Cohen denied any harm had come to Miss de Janon since she fled with him from her home The girl, when questioned by the officers after she had admitted her Identity, said that she and Cohen had reached Chicago with but $l.ti be tween them and she gave Cohen a bracelet and necklace which ne pawned In order fo mt money for them to live on. Their apprehension followed a report to the police by the owner of the rooming house, who had Been pictures and suspected that her new boarders were i he--iwiKiiiii Philadelphia Phila-delphia elopers - Robbers Raid Resort. " Pittshuri;. Kan. Robbers raided a resort known us Turner hall In Crow-berg, Crow-berg, a minlnir camp ncVr hefe, and killed Ttfo nieii, Oije other was " wounded. .The robliety scaped with ' 200. Twenty men we're In the place when the robbers entered. These were forced t line up and surrender their valuables Frank Ansline and George Smith resisted; and were shot down l?ert Tuitiev ran t their a-slstanee a-slstanee and wa-s ,i!su In t . hut will recover Albert Cnixeiis .ml Kdwanl Alton were ariesleil hr r n,.i stitil car, t-harued Mhh 'be rul,!rv. Glavis Wtll Be on Hand. Potland. Ore I, ; l.i its. former chief of h'- lit-ht dt t-n-n t.f the tf-u eial land .iffi.e, t,h ban been h-mMiit.' In the White .i!iiii! (oiiitrv l.'.'i miles t-ail nf I r! ; H ti l . ter seieta' dat rat arn'( here en Mimd.n ni his ,ii !n W.ibltifiiti 1 1 C Hr-he Hr-he is eert.. !., .1 ;,- i l.efep- -,, COniHiit'ee llues-.tf.i-fi : A I k I coal lands ( a- (ll.ii i ;!.r! t i I tO tllSke ail) S'.lt. III. Irt t.i! I'.l'l 11 ll'-.ll reirardiim th.- I i i t ; i; -1 I "?n ti iu trovers r k.ir. !::; Hi' of Chief f'. r. r Pinrho d slU .l Work tcr Livestock Men. ! f.wr. 1 Id-, -r f. r. Sim !it,..ri ' !. m a-s. la" lull ;i jt i'l rvi nan I . aiie i a - I ui--d i h. l--t- a L'e i p. r I.' t I .1 ..r- -1 ! .r. v :. l!i!-r -',-. lb. !!1". I'l-1 1 ' ax. MMt Ptf tie Pfi t, k t - . - -. - . . '.: - I' f .VI Vii:ttiin tt Vt G? T-.ti T - i ' t - T - - I' t - r . - - . ' .. - .. ' . - ft - - - sJn f i II. .i 1 'i A CLOSED SEASON , FOR BABIES ' ' (Copjrricbt. 1909 ) oft VW r.gfc ' s.l ittfcMWBM' i.VWHtftiM fl n II MVI I H I I !' ' u. m&4 i; www., eLw. Acm?!rmt-wb - A Chicago Judge Has. Decided Rights as Game. PRESIDENT DISMISSES PIMM r .-,-' ' , Factional Controversy Result. In the Summary Removal of Chief Forester. Washington (ijfford Pinchot. t hief peace. President Madriz has or- dore Roosevelt, has heen dismissed ' from the service of the I'nited'to watch the postoffice building. shot , Mates by President Taft for insubor ; d'aation Associate Forester Overton VV. Price and Assistant Law Officer Alexander C. Shaw, Pinchot a imme- . diate assistants in the forestry bu- reaii, followed- their chief out of gov- eminent employ. Thoroughly inoig- "ant over the action of "Mr. Pinchot in i-iditcing Senator Dolliver to read a let;vr from him in the senate on Thursday.' President Taft on Friday .woir,! listen to no advice , that the !ron ,er-8 violation of executive or- (let be overlooked riendlnc the In- qutry sijon to be undertaken by con - greKS-. Jle deetFe4 -rhe dignity of tne piesblentinl office office was be - ing attacked, and h. would be nnfaith- ful to bis trust if no submitted lonser. Mr. Taft undoubtedly realizes fully what th- dismissal of lores er Pin ehnt means in a political way. lie has been convinced for une lime that ihe so-eitHerf "Insurgents' and other critics crit-ics of his administration had enlisted , the service of Mr Pinchot. aud practically prac-tically wen' defjlng him to dismiss Plltchol from office. The Ial:rl .et ter of Tln-day. ! he re ilmiM, was tttrtvn Willi the direct put -se i'T lir'tim it .-iiar U up to ib pfsi I lit ' SPECIAL MESSAGE PRESENTED Pretident" Favors Court of Commerce nd a National Incorporation Law (- I .- W.i- liii t it :a! ith'-ai:.' lilt .I'lii-llilVi" I'l e- ld.-li ! lo -be a Mt! fru-' h.l-e ot -ta'.- a t; .1 li. nn n il. ! . . nn 1 be f. I.I Friday. f..:-oP I ! 11 ..! In :!;. t.d a -- T-t--- - :i' ha ir.idi ii.1 :i... Ml' I i t - r. I. in : - 1 !l i in in .put :.t A '..) r-ib r-ib tti Th.- !hi-' !hi-' 11. ,. . " ,d. tr i. i t ; n ICCle i 'ak 1 !,, , f f. In -J- I nt fi. Havt the Same t BOY BATTLES WITH BANDITS j. ! ; Shoot, and Kill. Two Highwaymen Who Had Attempted to Rob Poitoffice. j' Tallahasse Fla ln a struiele earlv Sauls .",17 years of .age who was left and killed them both in the basement o! the feuilding. The boy was only j slightly Injured. The cracksmen. both of 'whom wore white, have not been identified. Vonne Saul. n nn rtur i..r niit ' father, who Is night' watchman at the , building. Some one-knocked on the door and shouted that a mall pouch had been picked up In the street and 'the boy opened the door to receive It. : The "lad found himself looking Into the barrels of iwo pistols and the or- ilpr camp ta "blinds nn j -My hands cin : up as they pounced - mmn me." he snid 'As thev tried ' to bind me kith a mpe, I managed to Ket my pistol In line and Hred. the shot taking effect, for one of the men - clung to nie. I then placed my pistol on mv shoulder and fired to the rear jeveral I times, after which I was free from idr grasp. , - PrvsTai biis7mf Record for Year Show, h.afthy ; crease Over Preceding Periods. - Washington As a business Inst it ti lion, the postoffiee department, next to the I'liliel States treasury. Is the Lti.itesi in -be government. Accord ln'o fitii'is siibmi'ted '' Charles P lirintii'l tirt astmtan? post.iasier n. i.i lor Mi- I'm f:ir ended 'une 11 l'i ' s;a !e i;!i;i- S ir day ill hi l.!VIli 11 1" tl "lie cni reelllH i t l!e pn .tl .!liie il a' 'oil th Hi T tu'i -i- ' i : t .' v I ail increase .-. r i. '.I ; r ' li' n. r ! vi ir T b--e were T.U". f:. (T i . . !, Inly 1. ni ri .i . w re ti i ' i la - . . ! M KT i re s cond 1). a - n' I I .in I T, i l i-- an iricn .it of 21" (V --e Hi i' H-iHiWr Cf il nf'i i-. n a . ,..'. Thef" 1) lliil. .1 ' a-, nil '! f-e ! ; -i f- . I ll I tlie Il led ! .' li . - In lll'lil- !!- i. a ' i - f . - 'o;l irt i a' !(! d i! ir a; I .' I w en i!li n -t a '.'it of ! 1 1 ! : a' e ll en J Ho- : ' - ar I ' , ' i w' ti i.i t . I a i r -id !; i i '. li i f - . r? -i ! a Int..! i- Deed ct lnne Man r Tn V w. i- .. 1 Ha' tl.i. f"t ' Ml.': il. s I t -Ea ji . -f . r ..lln-.l II K 1 It K! 1 alt i'h an i i.i i- ! iti 1 li if i :. d -:ai ;.. ! i I h'- C r i- ' ( t .- r t -I- ' i : a , ! etaiin; i f ' s i : I'.: fc ! v!r ; ti ! 'i -a I ti ,e i-!'S es m- S Jpi Woke Lp F.r . .. ' . 1 - K !- ! '! .. a 4: : i ...if M .'- th- i r 1 . a a .. Jt ' I ' in intfi -;i That Babies ncii REVOLUTIONISTS OF NICARAGUA HAVE0 INTENTION OF LAY-" 4NG DOWN ARMS. One Faction is Determined to Reject ' All Overture of Peace Coming From President Madriz and Fight It Out! Managua, Nicaragua, -r- President Madriz is generally cast down by the death of General Fonaz Diaz, who was drowned while on highway to Ma nagua, to discuss a peace settlement. Seneral' Diaz was a warm friend of Madriz and it would have been pos sible for the president and tne representative repre-sentative of the provisional government govern-ment to go over the whole situation with some expectation of an amicable agreement. . ' - Dr. Madriz is hopeful of the early aflpolnt&ent of a delegate in the place of General Diaz, bin he fears that the j new "peace envoy will represent only the liberal element -of the revolution-! revolution-! ists. Word has come to-him that the conservatives, led by General Cham-orro, Cham-orro, mean to continue fighting, and j he has been warned that Cnamorro j and his army are advancing toward Managua through the department of rhontales. The government will op t pose the advance at l a Mango. j According to the advices received here, -a split has occurred la the ranks of the revolutionist and it is believed one faction will reject all overtures dered court proceedings to be institut t0 Puntsn whoever was responsible for the execution of Groce and 'Can non. - As ex President Zelaya does not ap-4 pear gffirially on the records of the court martial, the responsibility can not be fixed on him. Rut po-miDly -HOnie official will be found guilty, prob ""'' Salomon Selya. the prosecuting uorn"v ho officiated at the trial, - 1,6 may- however., produce Instruc "ons from ZelavH- authorizing his ac Uon ln tha' ev,"nt ennm migtil iordr ,n'' !rl' ot SCANDAL IN COLORADO. Graft on a Wholesale Scale is Charged Against Prison Officials. IW-nver Misappropriation of fund, graft in construction of buildings, in the purchase of supplies and in the tale of Itrodl.el fr it.i fh ImIi... nl i-.,r. vlrl!t ff , pf.n,.ra Ing fron an uncoti.pieted investlcailon of !h" a''m,''lsl ration of penitentiary artalr tor tlu' last ha!r tUm n v, l,rs Kraf on a wholesale scale running u., Into the hundreds of thousands U-en uncovered, but the convicts hae also l.een shamelessly vlnctltnlxed. li n iharged, thuuuh a lon setlevil I '..i k lead where hope of fieedoni was :be bail ln-ld mt for their fe doll. i - Pi 'he case of corn lets It h i harmed, their money wa. b iti 1 b !..rru. r I'fflela'n of the rii'eii'iai i oti inoni i.f la v d; a!i!e ai-'ioii In !h- uia'd of pardnn Cott of Living Opttrics Incomes. Wa-I. im i.n Tin- r jst of I:iit4 i i-a-. uii; a.i;.-- at,.: i'-tou.i-- ''Ma' iii I tiiisi r-i o !a'C" i. rn ! I rip aii IS t1 w ,.11 n :-e n-.t if'-'l'iifi; ;i-n;ii i i"i in- and -la- i i, ! !ti n - :s t o M hiKi! aiid et tier ( fat and hi;.'r fixl and taniioi ' an !-.' a' -i ti nf i 'l l la ' -i. Tbe. ... -i.be?i il K'i.tn and , -l'i In).r.-. . s of js i ..f Htl i . r liairrii.ii! of i be -. Hal- ui.nim t !n,r'a'e S.-i.a' .r K".lri ha d'ire a re. .:at. ri 'or an 111' I. otl ill!ii lie ijij. Un."-, of ji.i T pric .f i. ro-i -! ! of i:. '. i i isi -.b'-ii f'ir itnii i'l'ii . n tl.-a 4- i n 1 Descmdant of Wath.i,,,,. ' Si k.nte U ah Whi t) 'h- r!vl ef .earth fej n;if tj.r a.ei i -n' ;n itss 'I. lexli of Mit S.ira!i . ; 'r of utr who li-.l if 1 be le.-ue of tT nw Ma'VtHa 'te-Vr ;?: ft 4 K'rnilt a i f. f- S;.hi.ii 'hM 1- ;. ..- 'ho rartbU rt-imr ..f a i --iidani of .e P. Kli 'i i ars l ' a ' fa!ti, 'i I of tt- f-. ;'i .:-in .,41 vi. r 11 .. ! ' at 1 i it :! of i. n .:'Jt n II, t t eft i t . a r'sa of tU-ts Uahinon tt.r r. P tn H rl an! a a . r--p..i Rt f ifi-i. i1't'ir:r( '- CHtl ' ar Pan-Arrf r Jn, Cc''f , .Wah r;-n - I'.e ,? t. Ajr ' -I 1' " ! -t '- lh" I'-ff-- !' "t tT-. ,; f. t of.- - in1, 't- B--'j.B i T '.- 1 t - ; tn!'l - M. r lmf IV t :. I t. -4 S .1 r-J I i .. .-. , .-..... n Ju'f. I'.B fr, I It , (. . .--. I la - - 4 . 4 i- . , . I'a- tl -: c Ccif I 3- ; itf . - 1,1 r-r . v - - ; . I " 4. i f . - ; - . . - i. -. 'i ;., 1 1- . -. . . - . . . . a - .. Ti- '- " ' -': . .'. f- ....... .. " r if m ' "-'." ,. ' . ,. - r-:-: ) r " & a "s - -s i - v- . ". I ' - -w - - 1 . i 5 . H .. i .,-,'.. . V --hi. . ' . ' - v.- V . - I ' . . I : . . " t'v , r i-, - .. . - - , : . . i THE UTAH BUDGET The enterpiisng citizens of Tremon-ton Tremon-ton are considering the advisability of installing a waterworks system in that town. The product of the dry farms In Juab cpuaty, In bo far as- .wheat Js .cqd-. cerned', aggregated during the year 1909 about 500,000 bushels.. . During the last year . there were seven divorces granted in Juab coun ty, while the number of marriage li censesHssned was thirty-slx. The cocaine habit is dragging more Ogden young men and women uiio the depths of degradation than any other vice existing in the city, According to- a statement made by the chief of ponce. A movenaent is ea foot by leading sheepmen to establish a permanent nnallv In coriiiim tlon witTi the Riz Four Stat fair held there every September. Sep-tember. , . ' The twenty-second annual poultry exhibition of the Utah Poultry associ ation opened in Salt Lake City on January 10, when over 1,000 of the best b'rds in the wet were placed on exhibition. . The Ogden Portland Cement company com-pany began burning cement last week and the manufacturing of a high grade of cement fro-! the waste bar-Tens bar-Tens north of Brlgham City has actually act-ually commenced. Alexander Crawford was seriously injured in Salt Lake City when his team -ran away and collided ' with a telephone pole, Crawford being found crushed and bleeding beneatn ine struggling horses. - Wild rejoicing took place among ihs?. hepnie n a t the Wool growers" convention In Ogden when word was received from -Washington. D. Cr of fthe dismissal of Forester Gifford Pin chot by President Taft. Mrs. .Mary Kavanaugh, 102 years ola, and a pioneer of Ogden. died at be-r home In that city on January 8. Mrs. .Kavanaugh was born in County i Texford. Ireland. December. 1807. and came to America when 40 years of age. Finding a herd of thirteen cows and a bull badly infected with tuberculosis. tuber-culosis. Dr. A.'C". Young, state veterinarian, veter-inarian, ordered them taken to tile city crematory in Salt Lake City, where they were killed and then Incinerated. In-cinerated. A coroner's Jury . has decided that Parker Faut was killed at Ogden by being run down by an automobile drien by W illiam Howell, a proml-i"nt proml-i"nt merchant of Ogden. Just what be the outcome of the (ji'cislon Is not known. Smur takes a prominent place In Ihn tnifitfctrH of fluff iin.t Tituliri Hia estimated ou.put of the two state rr (he past year totalling 139.500.000 ! pounds. Of this amount .Ctah leads ' with 99 ..oii,immi pounds. Idaho contrl- f Inning 4ii.,Mm.noii Thrown aeainst a telegraph o!e when the horses drawing tin1 nonsied tin tlie side of which hH was steatltie i ride Middi ti'.v eeii-d to make way 'or a pavins; a'l'oinobde, little C.eorge Knoll. on of Ki auk Knoll iif Oisden, wan m- in'i-l. i'li'ired The pn s.ni K4-j.on mar- 'he riitie-' riitie-' ri!!i eoii-er-uf j . 1 r.(i of MU'ar oeels In the 1 ej,) ,hi-i(- Itiirinir t'o' nine, li en th. ii !mi. bi-i-ri !ni' mr I I.' IP re ordi !. lie- dliift ea'i-e In llle-e It.i-tallC eS 1.1-Hu' fill at'.l'll fit lie b!ib o! 11 hi.. ' t 11 riiet.fn; of 'hi- lio;ird ' i.hi'iIi 1 oiiiiiiiiol!i r- he. at la f:n. 'be ' I'l OHlilllM' oll.-r of the (-limit uiHti d a 11 itt Ii.it !,iol an ; rid '.ii- road imrpoi 4 In I 'hi -onritt tor Hi.- t.i eleven ionth of '.ii.' ar of T.T.: ' 4 In hi- a ! I11 Si fore tlie NaMoriaS Wii-.'fi.i :' 1 "nt tl lii-i a? I d' n W Hurt h ri'!ile, the .,1 Un-.f - 'rv d isir'rm vn the band ! 'r.g of nmti-i av. sate rt ac tir 01 how there m m ttM!e dircer o! ; iifr;ridir'i..ri In 'he he f I ii-lRa).. T' "iar!- Stapb for itinw s tiiirdef i!arnf Krnt is n :nn4 tii fla! a" t ; 11 di"d from an 11 ; tun- i'ii' an 4 f.?,in4erlne -ir,:'i! . rsli- ti and tha: he bu!;t wour.il in -ri. 1 tm , Ktt' . n. 'h-, d.r-r. of dat. i rtalrsi i !. de . f r ':;riana: 1 hat he rl.-. In a'f feiii.- k n Km r, r riri. t-r f h V-i-rrlaR m ' tie boa- In ;tr-'. h ' and i:! d -r k Mi!r a f-' .0 . ru-jstrimaci. fcn the Utr . ir?-.! j KlM-f'a dii.'fit r c 'f. ri with a '; . o!-r ojsjeri hltn to ti ? 1 ; 'iirr 1 he J o 4ilKMT i f M' i ' Mr I'dwa'd lpds,r of Inl ar- 'a ' irit .:r rf-'.l ' H1 !: h a im -!'! J'h Tt p"hf ' a VrfV rr-i!rlr.g tr-frr t j.. -.'- .n a 1-:. led -it :'. Ji" r'iT!.-"! -j -i a ' i J. f t-.-J t'til -i t- ef ft. r r.-e? . ; -r-i- of rrtw.t.e !n i -r !'-' i'i'.' t h a, ' I a-."t; ft n'f ?t- 'f 4 . f It" r li-. ;i-! ;"---rj ; I t f'-i-i' ;! r iu , f 1 . 1 r nfi . - -i 1 t a - . r 1 i ..--. ..-ii - ----- ir j - 1 - . n ,-. i 1 . . . J" V- DOCTORS FAILED. RESTORED BY PERUNA. Catarrh of the Lungs Threatened Her Life. " Miss Ninette Porter, Brain tree, Vermont, Ver-mont, writes: f I have been cured by Pernna. "I bad several iemorrhsges of th lnngs The doctors did not help me much and. would never have-cured me. "I saw a. testimonial in a Pernna almanac of a case similar to mine, and I .commenced. Esihgit 'I was not able to wait on myself when I began using it, I gained very slowly at first, bat I could see that it was helping me. j "After I had taken it while I commenced com-menced to raise tip istringr, sticky substance from my-lungs. This grew less and less in quantity as I continued the treatment. grew more fleshy than I had been for a long time, and now I call myseil well." . WHAT bAME OF THE BUTTON Naive Confession of Little Girl Proved Her to Be True Daughter Loie. Fuller, the noted dancer, told at a luncheon a story about- her class of dancing children. ' --- "I gave the children a Christmas party last year," she said, "and when the pudding came on I said to themf - " 'I have put in this pudding a coin, a little china doll and a button. Whoever Who-ever gets the coin will be rich. Whoever gets the doll will be married before the year is out But whoever gets the button will be an old maid.' "Well, the pudding disappeared rap-Idly, rap-Idly, and the little, girls soon found ihee!n;an,djhe ,UiLie button did not turn up. No one got the button. This amazed me. "That night I" said to my favorlt little girl, as we sat alone by the flrav in my room: " '1 can't understand what became of that button. I put it in the pudding myself.1 ' " Til tell you, the little girl con fessed, turning rosy with confusion. 'I dot the button. Hut I didn't want everybody to laugh at metho I thwallowed it.'" WITH THE BOHEMIANS. f S ,Th Toet-Just avllded a serious ao cld"Dt 0,d thap- WhiIe lhe ,nd uiorta , , u""u "uu bad to dixke a billboard. The Artist Vou are lucky, my friend. In a few hours I'll have to dodge a loan!!, 111. Deafness Cannot Be Cured hr h-I il IO.HW. ta tltry rnsol e a h th lias - 1 l.lMi ot 11. rl 1 11 iilif x way IO ruin d. 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