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The Juab County Times ARMY IS ADVANCING THE Jaoob Coleman, Editor and Proprietor NEPHI WE AS SQUIRREL (Copyright, SEE BOY BATTLES HIM Shoota and Kills Two Highwaymen Who Had Attempted to Rod Postofflce. NICARAGUA HAVE NO INTENTION OF LAY-INDOWN ARMS. G OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. District. Fifth Judicial Judge, Tallahasse, Fla. In a struggle early Saturday with two aafeblowera, Paul Sauls, 17 years of age, who was left to watch the postofflce building, shot and killed thera both In the basement of the building. The boy was only The cracksmen, slightly Injured. both of whom were white, have not One Faction Is Determined to Reject AH Overtures of Peace Coming From President Madrlz and Fight It Out. District lostiua Greenwood. Attorney El H. Ryan. Stenographer W. Li. Cook. State Senator J. A. Hyde. State Representative Braxton ' Bar-et- t. President e Managua, Nicaragua. Forest Supervisor Ncbo Forest Madriss is generally cast down by the 1). S. Pack. death of General Fornaz Diaz, who U. S. Expert In Charge Experiment was drowned while on his way to MaBtatton b D. Farrell. State Foreman Experiment Station nagua to discuss a peace settlement. Re-erv- Stephen floswell. County. County Commissioners J. L George Jones, Martin Nlelson. Clerk T. W. Vickers. Recorder Wm. Burton. Treasure!" T. H. O. Parkes. Assessor Win, Bailey. Surveyor Arthur A. Miller. Attorney T. I Foote. Sheriff Ous J". Henriod. Superintendent of Schools George A. Sperry, Jr. Probation Officer Alvah Stout. Road Commissioner George Mo Cune, Superintendent County Infirmary H. 1). Allred. County Physicians Dr. W. W. Bennett, Dr. J. A. Hcnsel. General Diaz was a warm friend of Madrix and it would have been possible for the president and tne representative of the provisional government to go over the whole situation with some expectation of an amicable agreement. Dr. Madrlz Is hopeful of the early appointment of a delegate In the place of General Diaz, but he fears that the new peace envoy will represent only the liberal element of the revolutionists. Word has come to him that the , conservatives, led by General mean to continue fighting, and he has been warned that CimmOrro and his army are advancing toward Managua through the department of Chontales. The government will oppose the advance at La Mango. According to the advices received here, a split has occurred In the ranks OFof the revolutionists and It Is believed one faction will reject all overtures of peace. President Madrlz has ordered court proceedings to be InstitutJr., ed to punish whoever was responsible W. for the execution of Groce and Can- COUNTY MUNICIPAL FICERS. EAST Nephl City. Mayor Isaac H. Grace, Councilmen James Garrett, Alma Hague, A. IC Paxman, G. Lunt, W. G. Orme. Recorder T. C. Winn. Treasurer Barton Brough. V. A. vVright. Marshal Night Watchman Alvah Stout. of the Peace John S. Justice Uooper. Street Supervisor Jaa. B. Riches. Cham-orro- non. As Zelaya does not apthe records of the the responsibility can not be fixed on him. But puttsioly Borne official will be found guilty, prob ably Salomon Selya, the prosecuting attorney who officiated at the trial. He may, however, produce Instruc Quarantine Physician Dr. D. O. Miner. tions from Zelaya, authorizing his acBuilding Inspector Enoch Burton. tion. In that event congress uiignt Chief 01 Mr Department N. A. order the trial of Zelaya. Nlelson. SCANDAL IN COLORADO. Superintendent of Waterworks Allred Gowers. Electric Light Graft on a Wholesale Scale la Charged Superintendent Plant T. A. Carver. Against Prison Officials. Sexton N. C. Nlelson. Denver. Misappropriation of funds. Levan Town. graft In construction of buildings, in President Board of Trustees John the purchase of supplies and In the Kale of products frita the labor of conA. Morgan. lx victs, are the general charge resultTrustees J. M. Chrlsteusen, renzo Manglesou, Soren P. Christen-ten- . ing from an uncompleted investigation Niels J. Schow. of the administration of penitentiary Clerk Orson Nlelson. affairs for the last half dozen years. Marshal Richard Iverson. Not only have evidence of alleged Health Officer James E. Taylor. graft on a wholesale scale running up into the hundreds of thounand been uncovered, but the convicts have also EAST COUNTY SCHOOL BOARDS. oeen shamelessly It Is inctlmlzed. Mona John T. Kay, Kphralm H. rharged, though a long serlewof black Kay. N. W. Ellertson. mail where hope of freedom waa the Nebo Tbos. Booth. Edward JoneB, bait held out for their few dollars. In Wm. Jones. the case of convicts. It is charged, Nephl Alma .Hague, T. U root, their" money was so'lcited by former Roscoe K. Grovt-rofficial of the on prom- Levan Henry Hendrlckson, Jam-- i ln of favorable action by the board of E. Taylor. Adelbert Bosh. pardons. Juab James A. Kelly, R. C Stevu-noo- . Coit of Living Outertcs Incomea. T. T. Taylor. "The cost of living la Washington, waeea and incomes. That EAST COUNTY PRECINCT OFFI- outstripping brings want and minery to large numCERS. bers of famiMc. It ni'an that wonvn Mona. and children are not getting propor food and clothing, and that children Justice John fate. Constable Elian Medyneux. cannot be wnt to school and get Health Officer N. W. Ellertson. cither an ed ic.it Inn or the foundation of an education, and that menu Nephl. fur clvlll.ar j,,n is being Injured." Justice J. 8. Copper. Tlx-- " are the views of Senator Constable Alvah Stout O. Miner. Dt. I). Stephen B. Eiklns of Vei--- t Virginia, Ha',:h Officer chairman of the cnate nimmnmr ..n Levan. Senator Eiklns has introJustice Jrson Nlelsop, duced a resolution for an Investlca-tioConstable Richard Iteraon. Into the question of Ju.-price of th necenMt tes of life and the rout therefor nince 1 pr0. Justice R. C. Stephenson. Constable Robert Memmott Descendant of Washinum. Wafh. When the clods of Spokane, NEPHI COMMERCIAL CLUB. earth fell upon the casket rmtain!nc Meet first and third Tu sday of the body of Mi Harah N. Iturkley. fcfi very month at the club parlor )ear of age. h died at the hom of Visl'lus m m her nlere. Mathilda Buckley, 717 EaM In the lmt bnilding. commercial clubs Krmlna per cf avennf, Hpnkan. there cloned tordlally welcomed. the earthly career of a descendant of O. M. W.iif mor. president. the Buckley and Washington families T. 1 Foo'e. Secretary. of the revolutionary ayn Mim Burnley was th )art of a family of ten No. of America M'ltB Woodmen rhlldren. Her areat grandfather wa even1.7t, meet a every a rouFln of George Washington. She ing at I. O. O. F. ball. Visiting Wood a born in pennsrlvanU and wan a men welcomed, of Missouri during the CI II reidnt George Small, Consul. 1 war. rk. II. ItiniT, pear officially court-martia- on l, Inu-rmat- n el b. WlnUr Conference In July. Pan-AThe fourth eriean conference, to be held at Ilue-tAyres In July. U now occupying the attention of officials of the tto department, and others Interested In (be meeting The rni'e1 (Mate rom mitte. ba.4 elected Major General I'nited Htates army, i;tre" W.B9 Datis, ,,pe of i's niemberw and re'jrffj, a;fo'ri'ed a comni!t(e( to ti uree ujw.n for njrreiis a p"'Pr approro-iatiotb rn:ciia:i'n cf tbe L'nited n No. 1? meets evcrv evening In I O. O V. hall brothers cord ally lntltrl to f. I. O. O. V"Dd. j. n. R Was-hlncto- e at- - i;iMiin. n n John t'nnjwr. Fwr!ar;. Sainit Meeting. Sunlsv School. 10 a in. rirm warl Latter-da- y t ing ho fernd ltU"-rnnr"ip- jse-- M. L ward ft! A.- -- fd S'jTf-- m p tabernacle; Second nwt'ns hou. Pfin rr- - 1VI wsrd Sce--- meet- t Flrnt rd at MJatf s. And aa the Scientist Plcturea Him. PRESIDENT DISMISSES PINCHOT Factional Controversy Reaulta In the Summary Removal of Chief v. 4 p. at d hs.il. R-- at ward Or-.--!, 1 f fi(,fi frt !:; fi'-lc- a-- i 1 - f. i!. gl'dj ii. t r-)5- ' - - .. ir.-- Kg f f'-- rn , f ' sari if ?;); eTT r.i! ai s! 1; .1 p. i P n i I tne' n v?Ce prel;Ptt Grre ft. Walk-- , '!". fie.r!ilcri. . Wy ferretrr. i , - ort'r t. r i pt.-- nr4 lh cor. A v ion t'-- t SHEEP OWNERS MEET ANNUAL CONVENTION NOW BEING HELD AT OGDEN, UTAH. FORTY-SIXT- Forester. Glfford Plnchot, chief Washington. forester and Intimate friend of Theodore Roosevelt, has been dismissed from the service of the United States by President Taft for Associate Forester Overton W. Price and Assistant Law Officer Alexander C. Shaw, Plnchot's immediate assistants In the forestry bureau, followed their chief out of government employ. Thoroughly indignant over the action of Mr. Plnchot in inducing Senator Dolllver to read a letter from him In the senate on Thursday. President Taft on Friday woird listen to no advice that, the forester's violation of executive 'order he overlooked pending the Inquiry soon to be undertaken by congress. He declared the dignity of the presidential office office was being attacked, and he would be unfaithful to his trust If he submitted longer. Mr. Taft undoubtedly realizes fully what the dismissal of Forester Plnchot means In a political way. He has Insirbor-delatio- President Gooding Declarea That Must Get Into Politics to Protect Its Own Interests. Ogden. Utah; of the forty-sixt- the National The opening session annual convention Growers' assothis city on Thursday, and the preliminary work transacted Incident to the work of one of the most enthusiastic conventions In the history of the associaof ciation Wool was held in tion. Fred W. Gooding of Shoshone, Idaho, president of the National Wool Growers' association, delivered his annual address to the woolmen'a convention. Mr. Gooding took the viewpoint that the woolmen's association must get Into politics to protect Us own Interests. Mr. Gooding been identified. Young Sauls was on duty iur nls father, who la night watchman at the building. Some one knocked on the door and shouted that a mail 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 two pistols and the order came to "hands up." "My hand came up aa Uxey pounced upon me," he said. "Aa they tried to bind me with a rope, I managed to get my pistol In line and fired, the shot taking effect, for one of the men clung to me. I then placed my pistol on my Bhoulder and fired to the rear several times, after which I vbb free from their grasp." RAILROAD SERIOUSLY CRIPPLED. Salt Lake Route May Have to Recon- struct Entire Line. Salt Lake City. Utah distinctly feels the great disaster that has befallen the Salt Lake Route, as la the five years the road was 'In operation a new agency of commerce hag been opened through this state. The washouts In the Meadow Valley, It Is officially stated, are so serious that It will possibly be many months before through traffic can be resumed and at present the officers are in consultation aa to the advisability o. reconstructing the entire line, either via Bristol pass or St. George. Utah. The flood took away vast sections of track and bridges and the whole town of Caliente is Inundated, making ,t the worst washout In the history of that section. Hundreds of valued emploees have been thrown out of employment, the list Including some of the higher officers. All local trains within the sta'e of Utah will be operated as In the past with Improved train service wherever possible, but all through trains have been annulled and the road la closed down traffic Indefinitely, discussed the tariff The for through of Utah, fully appreciatpeople been convinced for some time that the question, the national wool warehouse, ing what the road has done for the "Insurgents' and other crit- wool prices generally and their rise state, deeply sympathize with it in ics of his administration had enlisted after the establishment of the ware-bous- this great disaster. the alleged monopoly of the the service of Mr. Plnchot, and pracPOSTAL BUSINESS. tically were defying him to dismiss Bohion buyer; the need of faster for railroad stock trains; let- schedules Plnchot from office. The lattei ter of Thursday, few here doubt, was the forest service; suggested the con- Record for Year Show heafthy Increase Over Preceding Periods. written with the direct purpose of trol of the range by a commission; "putting lt squarely up to the presi- discussed predatory animals and also As a business InstituWashington. dent." took account of questions generally tion, the postoffice department, next affecting the wool growing lntuttry. to the United States treasury, is the SPECIAL MESSAGE PRESENTED. Knolin also deliv- greatest in the government. Accordered an address, while addresses of ing to figures submitted by Charles P. President Favora Court of Commerce welcome were made by Governor Granfleld. first assistant postmaster and a National Incorporation Law. Spry, on behalf of I'tah; William general, for the fiscal year ended June Waington. President Taft's spec- Glahsman, mayor of Oxden, on behalf 30. 1909. made public Saturday In hi ial message to congress recommend- of the j(eopr of this city, and A. II. annual report, the gross revenue of the postal service reached the enoring amendments to the Interstate Heywood, president of the Weber anti-trus- t commerce and laws wag club, on behalf of the commercial In- mous toial of $203.50.2. "S3, an Increase laid before the house of representa- terests of the city. of tl2.0S3.T2rt, or 6.31 per cent over John Hart of Idaho was to have tives on Friday. the preceding year. There were 7.202 on behalf of the wool growThe message followed closely the presidential postoffice on July 1, lu3. forecasts that have been maux nm ers, but In his absence,' P. O. John- Of this number 3S8 were first class, time to time and In the suggested ston of Ulackfool City, Idaho, spoke. an Increase of 14; 1707 were second 2.WI0 delegates were In attendlegislation as to railroads embodies About class, an Increase of 112. and S.097 ance at the opening session. that the were third class, an Increase of 2.10. of miKceslions the all president has made In his speeches on total Increase In the number of The Fine Exhibition of Sheep. office was 25C. There the subject. presidential The I'tah. Midwinter Ogden. Mr. Taft suggests no changes In were 1.444 poMoffirea established durt show Is unequivocally declared the Sherman antitrust law at this ing the year, and J.k4 were discontime. The antitrust feature or the to be the greatest affair of Its Kind tinued, leaving a total of 0.1 14 post- There are deals solely with (he subject ever hld anywhere. niessak-office In operation on June 30, 19t9. In all the world. of finest the sheep The president of federal charters. the year 1.629 oostmasters are the pick of prize pen During were appointed at presidential offi thinks that an opportunity suouid be They shown fairs state the at fairs, county ces. At fourth offices 9.1C1 post given the big industrial combinations nd national and International shows master were appointed. to bring their business onre more the Into the "zone of lawfulness" by tak- throughout the country during Deed of insane Man. last year. ing out a federal charter under cerHalllnger. Tex. "Wife, we've all conditions before It Forests Contribute Ninety Million. tain prescribe got to go." exclaimed F. n. Klmbler, becomes necessary to proceed aenlnst Wah(Witon. Our forests contributInfo the house with an upevery corporation about which there ed $:'0.0MMioo j(j the exjKirts of the rushing at an early hour Sunhatchet raised is a breaih of rnsplclon. l'nited States during the fiscal year day morning, and then followed a In that portion of i,ls message deal- 1!(iS a twenty-folIncrease since scene of cold blooded the slaughter, ing with chances in the Interstate 151. The import of forest products crazed man brainitig hi wife v, itlj fh commerce laws toe president recomchic fly India rubber and other gum, mend the establishment of a l'nited hatchet, murdering two of his chiltropics, and I timber from dren In their beds, seriously Injuring S'ates court of commerce of five from the have grown to even larcer his niece and ending the tracedy by lnilees to hear and determine appeal Canada from the Interstate commerce com- proiMirtlons. Kmm a little over his own throat wlih a razor. in li.l they rose to I122.f'f0,. rutting mission, the only apeil from this who live In the northern Klrnbler, com! lying In th l'nited States su- 0r0 In l!Hi7. falling slightly !el'w part of this county, I believed to t $100.0ft0.oKi in K0S. These are some nave become suddenly insane a the preme court of the striking facts set forth in a result of worry. Pinchot's Successor. comprehensive bulletin on our foreign Woke Up First. as- trade In forest products, Say Ogflen. I'tah. Albert f. just pubof sistant forester, who ha beer, desig- lished by Toklo, tnnyit Japan. At the dedication cm agriculdepart ' nated to succeed Mr. Plnchot tem- ture. Saturday of a new dorm:try for Wascda university by the Chinese porarily a chief of the l'nited States Bank Robbery in Brooklyn. Young Men' Christian association, forestry bureau, is in a'tendnce at In a daring a;fem;t to the mst striking feature wajt Count Nw York. the National Woolgmwers' assocla np and rob a private bank In Okum's address In which be asered tlon, now in annual ',ion in this hold that Japaii and China formerly slept d he the Green Point "t Hon of Ilrooklyn letter cn, city When bad received no official not ifjet if(n Thursday afternoon, four men at- In the same bed, but lhat Japan woke that th" bureau bad eon transferred tacked the clerks, shot one of them, rip first. He affirmed that the oriental to hi charge He had expece to toe j perhaps fatally, and then gave battle agtn tauebt theoretical virtue, but to a crowd in the street. Two rob that the Sat of Ju e ernjYisiz"d away mm i nmciim some but if th report were true be woiil bers ecajwd but two men were ar- th" necessity of practicing vi.-tprobably return to the national capi- rested wtio mere Identified by the which furnUbed the nvwal force of tal as soon a jxossibie. wounded man as member of th gang. western 'i vili;!it!on. d Vice-Preside- 10 READY HOE GO PHILADELPHIA HEIRESS WHO ELOPED WITH.A WAITER HAS BEEN FOUND. VIISSING of Thousands Had Traveled Mllea aa Father and Daughter and Girl I Now Ready To Return Home. Pair Chicago. Living as father and daughter, Roberta Dulst de Janon, the Philadelphia heiress, and Frederick Cohen, a waiter at the hotel, Philadelphia, who eloped December 29 from Philadelphia, and for whom a world-widsearch was instituted, were found and arrested here late Monday. They were discovered by deteo-tlve- s In a rooming house at C8 West Superior Btreet. When policemen entered the house Miss de Janon was playing with her pet dog, which she took with her In her sensational disappearance with Cohen, who Is 43 years old and a married man. Cohen wag seated In an adjoining room, reading. Cohen at first protested against arrest. He soon admdtted his Identity, however, and MJss de Janon, sobbing bitterly, pleaded with the authorltiea to restore her to her parents. Cohen revealed to the officers the Btory of his flight with the girl from Philadelphia, a flight extending for thousands of miles through the United States and Canada' and in which a trip to England was Interrupted at 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 Janou 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 teached Chicago with but $1.60 between them and she gave Cohen a bracelet and necklace whicn ne pawned In order to get money for them to live on. Their apprehension followed a report to the police by the owner of the rooming house, who had seen pictures and sunpected that her new boarders were the misting Philadelphia elopers. Robbers Raid Resort. raided a Pittsburg. Kan. Ilobbe-rresort known as Turner hall in Crow-bera mining camp near here, and killed two men. One other was wounded. The robbera escaped with $200. Twenty men were in the place when the robbers entered. These forced to line up and surrender their valuables. Frank Ansllne and Georne Smith resisted and were shot down. Ilcrt Turney ran to th'dr assistance and was also shot, but will recover. Albert Cravens anrl F.dward Alton were arrested later on a stret-- t car, chargecj with the robbery. e s Glavi Will Be on Hand. Potland. Ore. 1 R, Glavi. former chief of the flejrj ol isl'n of the general land office, who has beea hunting In the White sa'mon country. 125 mile east of Portland, for several days past, arrived here on Monday on. hi way to Washington. I). C, where he I expected to appear before the eonmlttee Investigating the Alaska coal lands case. Glavls flatly refused to make any statement for publication conregarding the Uallineer-Pinrhottroversy, or rKrdlng the dismissal af Chief Forester Plnchot. . Sb-ej- e Jpn lote. ,r, tn. Woolgreweca Convention. for Paper Trust. Body Bto n. t'tah - The fortv th sunn-New York. Another tajer associar mventlor, m. Tiwlsy. tb" N'a'lonfll Wool tion formed by Jonn H Parts, who mee'lrtg r.'eis", iTU-Vc1 IT) e'inrs 1enil;t . :5fl fTinirs' aso'fciatii n baa come and pleaded eiility and paid a fine of The )aaf e"T;- -, r,f 'lil rt)Ven-fiof- , $ o"1 for bis connect fon with the b'!-Ft- . was brnntht to fiVt and msrtila pool, was cjee at B !i ar t f ftTo;y pffemor.n. Th" offl-r- r r,n1 Fa'tirlay br t?ie federal erand j'iry In , t tI ft (!-- r;(.ii'U Tirr'hTi io: President, Pre I New York on Pri lav, charged wl'h bet'l'r'tQ t 1 p ni. Hc'.nd sr1, fir" W. G'rfwloig. Phoshone, Ida ; western ing an iii'gfil romMnation In retr;iinf fj vHri"i a t !h'fl T; 'ir-- ! ff? J. A. IelfeMer, Wt- of trade. The fflnat.on f,e ',,. !! r'-at th ' p. rn. BANDITS 1909.) UTAH REVOLUTIONISTS OF fc WITH Work for Livestock Men. Denver. The thirteenth annual yinvenllon of the American IJvestDck isKoctation began in thin city on l'ucfday. Some of the Important topic up for dlscus-Kitfollow: Shcirv-g- e of car; restoration of the fifteen per cent duty on hide at this session &f congress. If pcwslble; grazing oi a WII 1 fore con grew forest preventing railroads from advancing Interstate rate except on approval of the interstate commerce commission ; legislation by comrrer re'.atlve to unoccupied grazing lands; a more reliable livestock cen a US. reerv. Mut Pay the Penalty. New York. Four former employes of the American Suear Refining comof underweighlng pany, convicted frauds, were sentenced to one year's-Imprisonment each by Judge Martin In Use United Platen circuit her on Monday, The men sentenced are Charles Kehoe, Edward A. Iktyle, Patrick J. Hennessey and John M. Coyle. . Masqueraded a Man for Year. Montreal. The warden of the Jail ha discovered that a person committed last week under the name of William Imder, $ yenr old. I a woman. 8h admitted bating masqueraded as a man for thirty five years, most of the time gaining her living as a deck hand on lumber barge. i Lawson Will Get Tobacco Trust Sied Collide With Ambulance. 111. Lexington, Ky. Tb? formation of were Fifteen person Alton, Seven Live Lost as Result of Storm hurt. seriously. In two coasting tnammoth lol.acvo concern that would In Manitoba. here Sunday aftraoin. con' rol ncit only the Purler tolwcco accident raised In Kentucky, but tb ma.nk storm cf A bb sled earring e'gbf Wlnnlfwg. Manitoba. she lat few dajs In the country alone collided with an arnbnlaice n route facture and ss of the maniiMc Jure 1 of Thoma W. !h Mlnncajt'd'.s, St. Paul & fault Kte. to the home ,f a suicide, and tbc product, waa the c on jton. on Sled. sev-s the fell ha Jariies Cole-r- r Uwpm'l vi!t to Marie railroad fjf.TfKf resul'ed in li y rs oi l. was scalped, and lay, Mr. Awtn pi't'l it was useless n. Jeiitf,, t Inel Kting Sheurr w bftt iiea-- i1 n and a homesteader nsrn'-if Uci every O'her peneer u!,er. m n r to attempt to sif tliis sejiw.rTs. crop .n lb or sourn A i i7!'.:ile. An b"ir hw isonati. Jilltiorn. to th? relied ti ' mi tr-- i t. and he (Hire i per IJ"rd assoriation. cor;; c wi-co1 ided an a hay-P- I hi'l an-trfour.d was in ii'tie toy tb on u; Itm of protKMtcd i enrotnirreni i ; r .'art i'r wro h a j of fiv k Injuring o,th fif Yc ;lw Gra. I'i! r ri c,- T new f.s ire ii,liffd 'n 1H ilia".i;. ir, s J ; ; j tirety ! on the p'l t. IhT" ,. r fo'ind his two irn (e cf It irier t J 3.1 n 'o the IndlctTT-n-' r'tnrer-- aeainst tf t cm 1 1.1s bill l y I ' rt tt);c'1 acrid f t.'s sd the by wfm "en k'pt if h. l 53'f ia er h a rsr.l-f-f ".' ! V i t ir.g ri-n- r. - DEATH IN STORM'S PATH. jct d'd I)'! sitrj( a-- !!. ,ts.ictl ''-''r- sd lr 1 s-- t--- i f 1 .