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TIMES TREMOXT FCBMKHKU K(! BITTER AGAINST HIS BAILEY WEKK1.V TREMONT TIMES COMPANY W. H. Capwell, Editor and Manager ENEMIES m Texas Senator, Exonerated of Charges cf Irregular Acts, Says Accusers Would Betray Republi? if Hessians Were for Hire. UTAH STATE NEWS A he&vy rainstorm at Ogden on the 22nd Bo ided many cellars, causing several hundred dollars damage. Mrs. John K. Bagtey of Ogden was thrown from a buggy as the result of a runaway, and painfully Injured. The store of J. P. Hanson of Epb-raiwas burglarized one niht last week, considerable merchandise being carried away. Frank G. Khrbar, a structural Iron worker, fell from a building on which he was working in Hall Lake City and was killed, his neck b log broken. George Rasinusseu attempted suicide in Salt Lake City, slashing his throat with a botcher knife. Ho is in the hospital find will probably recover. Mrs. Jane Gardner Bradford, 73 years old, who came to Utah in the aecond company of pioneers, died at her home in Salt Lake City last Saturday. John D. Douglass of Weber county, r sentence Serving a for murder, applied for his liberty on parole, hut the board last week declined to honor his request. W. H. Parrent, believed to be one f the Ave men Wio swindled the brothers out of $10,000 In Salt Lake City, has been brought back to Zlon from Denver for trial. Mrs. Mary O'Brien, wife of W. S. O'BriCB, manager of the Postal Tele--1 graph office in Ogdon, was stricken with apoplexy while seated at the dinner table and died two hours later. Gambling in Park City must cease, according to orders Issued by the local officers. Gambling In Park City has peon almost a part of the town, as never since the foundation of the town has it been without games of soma sort. The Utah Credit Men s association will endeavor to secure the 1908 convention of the National Credit Men's association tor Salt Lake City. The next annual me ting of the national association will be held in Chicago in June. As a result of a rock slide near Morgan, on the main tine of the Union Pacific, about twenty miles east of Ogden, Engineer L. Krausa of Ogden is d''iid, and Fireman S. 10. Ilinleyj of twenty-five-yea- I Austin, Tex - By a vote of 7t to 4U Senator Joseph W. Bailey was exonerated by the lower house of the Texas legislature W ednesday night of all charges of Irregular acts in public life, as alleged by Representative 1. Cocke on January This action concludes six weeks of investigation that has caused Senator Bailey's con stant presence in this city. Senator Bailey appeared before the He house after his exoneration. strongly criticised the element starting the Investigation and expressed in emphatic language his opinion of the whole proceeding. Senator Bailey will leave at once for Washington to be sworn In as senator on March 4. Senator Bailey, while bitterly erlti clsing his opponents, declared he was going to continue as United Slates senator from Texas for at least, three terms. "The conspirators have beeen given a wholesome lesnn," he said. "Never again will they attempt it within this Never again will they generation. wear the honors of Texas Democracy in their life. Such men would betray a republic If Hessians were for hire." SENSATIONAL CHARGES MADE. Steve Adams Tells Why Orchard Made Confession. Wallace, Idaho. Steve Adams on for murder, declared that Detective Thiele told him that he (Thlele) was on the inside and If Adams would do what was wanted he would come out all right. Thiele this statenienta number of times on the way from Baker City to Boise. At Boise he was taken straight to the penitentiary and thrown into a solid steel cell on the second tier with Harry Orchard and confined six or seven days. While in the cell Orchard told Adams that be had mads a conof the fession. Implicating officers Western Federation and Adams; that he (Orchard) was to get off without prosecution and that he was to get a piece of money, and he intended to put a pond between himself and members of the Western Federation. Orchard warned Adams that the best thing he could do was to help convict the officers of the Western Federation and corroborate Orchard's confession andsave himselffagd think If Adams failed to . ' nn x... in v .'., ttint x juiiii Lit. i i wri o of his family, and do this he would be taken back to painfully Injured. or Colorado and either mobbed B. D. R. Thompson, receiver of the banged. 8alt Lake land oft be, Will be appointed CHANGES BY CORTELYOU. the late Frank i). register to succ M. Colonel while M, Hobbs, Kaighn, a prominent Salt Lake lawyer and a Second Assistant Postmaster General Union soldier in the Civil war, will be Resigns, Other Resignations to appointed receiver. Follow. The Salt Lake teachers' association Postmaster-Genera- l Washington. figures that the average wages paid Cortelyou has announced the reslgna the teachers of Ziou is $585 per year, tlon of W. S. Shallenberger, second while the expenses of pedagogues will assistant postmaster-general- . Repreaverage $63:1.83 per year. They advo- sentative James T. who reMcCleary, cate legislation which will give the tires from congress at the conclusion teachers at least living wages. of the. present session, will succeed The proposed addition to the Uintah Mr. Shallenberger. forest reserve, comprising a large Official announcement of the apstrip of land extending through a pointment of Mr. McCleary was made, number of townships In that section, the president tendering him the posihas been withdrawn from entry tion on the recommendation of Postmathrough the local land office by order ster-General Cortelyou. of the secretary of the interior. Edwin C. Madden, third assistant , also will retire in The board of pardons in sesslson postmaster-general.a few weeks. His resignation has not last week continued the application of yet been accepted, but will be, It is Charles Bofha for a pardon until the understood, within a few days. meeting of the board in April. Botha TO PRESERVE NEUTRALITY. is now serving a sentence of life Imfor murder committed prisonment some years ago In San Juan county. United States Will Not Interfere in South America's Wrangles. Four boys of I.ehl were the means of The state department Washington averting a serious wreck and probabl saving the lives of many of the pas- has received complaints from several sengers on a Salt Laks Routs passen- of the diplomatic and consular officers ger train, when they discovered a of the Central American republics to broken rail and Bagged the approachthe effect that arms and munitions of ing train, using a red bandana hand- war were being shipped out of the kerchief. United States and expeditions were Henry Shelton, a young man 17 forming to take part in the present war in Central America. The depigyears of age, whose home is in Beaver ment has sent copies of. these comDam, Box Elder county but who has been attending college at Logan, has munications to the treasury depart been arrested on a charge of forgery, ment and the department of justice for the information of officials, and It be g charged that he had at temp1 the order that such action may be to ed pass a check for $20 which he taken as will guard agidnst any Inhad forg. d fringement of the neutrality of United C. G. Norman, a UnJOB Pacific States ports. freight brakeman. fall from his train Color Line Not Drawn. near Devil s Gats anil had his right band so badly crushed b 'tween Guthrie, Okla. The constitution of that It had to be amputated the proposed new state of Oklahoma He was not Hissed until the train had run a distance of three miles, wheu will not contain a plank providing for separata coaches and waiting It was stopped. The Oregon Short l ine office at rOO&l for the two races. By a vote of 46 to HI the convention laid on the Wood's Cress was burglarized on th" table the committee report urging the 19th and some express panels and Has"Jim Crow" measure. baggage were taKn, the total valuo kell of Muckogee, I. T., Delegate led the fight being about $25, Tramps are thought against the Issue, which has been to have toned, 'the trick. There Is more In the attention of the nothing to Indicate ilui direction taken than any other with which the public conby the thieves. vention has dealt. According to the Railway Age, the Arrested for Moffat roftel hag let contracts for road rrom construction Denver. C. L Blackmail, fiscal Kremmllng to Steamboat Springs Grading has been agent, and Arthur of trustee, Uivan, completed for about SO par rent or thf the UMt Bullion Spanish Mines comway. The contracts hive been award ed to pQtnphey & Nelson and Orman pany, with offices in the Temple Court & Cook of Denver. building In this city, were arrested A. T. Hay, the colored slayer rf Wednesday by Deputy United States I. . on charges of Hornce H os, or halt Lake City, Maisbal used theFrank, malls to defraud bv will bo shot to death In the state having and advertising sidling worthier prison yard sme time between sun stock. The charges were made by : on 19 i sunset rise and iday, April Postuffice Macomlc and Inspectors Such was the sentence pronounced Illddeford. who have investigated O '' upon bin by complaints made against the In the d si riot court trial here - s "Wild-catting.- Arm-Stron- I Mine Managers Declare velopment Work Will That All De be Discon- tinued. While Labor Leaders Deny That a General Strike Will Result. Butte, Mont. The Butte miners on Tuesday voted for the amendment to the constitution providing for an increase of wages of underground men from $3. 75 to 4, and for shaft men from 4.25 to 4.60 per day, by a vote of 2'S49 against 1,068, the increased scale to so Into effect May 1. The alleged threatened shut down of the mines will not take place, according to John Gillie, manager of the Amalgamated properties in this city, but while the hoisting of ore from those portions of the mines already blocked out will continue as before, all devel-- ; opment work will be discontinued, This will be the policy of the Butte Coalition, the North Butte and all companies. The action of subsidiary ' the Amalgamated company will be followed by the managers of the Clark properties and also at the Heinze properties. President Duffy of the minors union stated again Tuesday, and he; was indorsed by a number of the more conservative and by former Officers, that there positively would be no strike. If It comes to a question of enforcement of the scale by striking, the matter must be decided by a s vote resulting from an election, and it is not believed by those who ought to know that a sufficient number of votes to earry an order to strike can ever be secured. work was ordered Development stopped at all of the Amalgamated properties and about two thousand men engaged in such work were laid off. There is considerable feeling of expectancy In the city and the action of the miners' union has occasioned much unrest In all lines. It has already had an effect, in the building line and work has stoppecfjon a number of large structures. two-third- GAVE LIFE TO SAVE OTHERS. Woman Overcome by Smoke While Spreading Alarm of Fire. Los Angeles. Fire, which had Its origin by spontaneous combustion in the basement of the Fair Novelty store in the brick Germain building, on Tuesday, gained great headway before it was extinguished, caused the death of one woman, seriously endangered the lives of several others and caused a property loss of many thousands of dollars. Mrs. Emma Stewart, ah employe of the Germain company, with offices on the fourth floor, was overcome by smoke, while attempting to spread the warning to others In the building and was unconscious when found by E. R. Savage, a newspaper photographer, who carried her to the street. Physicians failed to revive her and she died an hour later. five-stor- y No Fire Escapes In School House. Montreal Principal Sarah Maxwell and sixteen children perished in a fire Tuesday afternoon in the Hoche-lagschool of the Protestant school commission. The lire was first noticed by workmen employed nearby. The teachers were notified and the work of getting the children out of the building began. Miss Maxwell and the unfortunate children were unable to reach the outsr doors In time and were asphyxiated. The building had not been provided with fire escapes, which had been ordered by the building commissioners. a Enormous Increase in Price of MMk and Cream. That the cost of milk Washington and cream have advanced enormously since 1900 as the result of the curtail ment of supply to the factories and the Increasing market In the large Cities Is Indicated In a census bulletin Issued relative to the manufacture of butter, cheese, condensed milk. Hour and grist mill products and starch for 1905. A not RFPDRT Dl Off Unrest in Ail Lines of Work as Result of Request for Higher Wages. 1 mui mm substantial increase In the manufacture of all these products Is shown since 1900 except starch, Cost of which declined markedly. cream Increased 247.9 per cent and milk 8,7 pet ent. Poisoned His Wife and Daughter. Denver. Benjamin C. Wright, solicitor for the International Correspondence School of Scranton, Pa., Is held a prisoner In the city jail here on a charge of murder, having confessed to Chief of Police Delaney that he had poisoned his wife Cora and daughter Genevieve, who were found dead Sunday In their home in this city. Infatuation for Stella Good, for whom, the police claim to have learned. Wright had neglected his family, is supposed to have been the mo'lve for the crime RAILROAD Woman Who Killed Former Senator Brown of Utah Almost Collapses When She Hears Indictment. 111 i TIE GUILTY TO MURDER CHARGE MINERS LAID TKFMONTON - his, II Views of Minority Presented in the Senate ty Elkins Anna M. Washington, of West Virginia. Bradley was arraigned before Justice Stafford In criminal court No. 1 Monday morning on the charge of a Period of Thirty-sevekilling former United States Senator Figures Covering a Big ReducShow Years not She pleaded Arthur Brown. Much in Service Rates tion accused The to the charge. guilty More Efficiently Organized. woman was before the court but a few minutes and very few spectators were present during her trying orElkins of Washington. Senator deal of pleading to the indictment, and West has Just completed Virginia which charged her with the willful his minority report senate in the filed When seuator. of the former murder Mrs. Bradley's name was called in on the railroad rate law. It presents of the history court she had been waiting a short a comprehensive American of economic development bewas while another prisoner time with exhaustive ing arraigned, and seemed startled to railroads, together to show a constanttend which tables vishear her name called. She made and passenger ly freight decreasing her maintain ible efforts to such but almost collapsed while the rate, and the relation between commodities of rates the and price indictment was being read, and when the question, "Guilty or not guilty," and cost of labor. "The average passenger rate," says was asked, she was not able to reply tte report, "advanced slightly from audibly, her lips only framing the 1870 to 1880. During the next twenty-fou- r words "not guilty." years there was a decline BAILEY UPHELD BY SENATE. amounting to 17.85 per cent of the average for 1880. The net decline Texas Senator is Indorsed by a Vote from 1870 to 1890 averaged 16.14 per of Fifteen to Eleven. cent. During the years from 1870 to 1904, the rate for the earlier year be15 to of 11, vote a Tex. By Austin, about two and a half times of the ing disthe Texas senate ou Monday latter and the net savings to the shipcharged the investigating committee pers averaged 11.09 mills per ton several mile." which hag been In session The report says that the cost ol looking intu charges against in 1904 was nearly two transportation 11 At W. r Joseph Bailey. billion dollars less than it would have o TnTTck the iouowiug ox- been had the rates for 1870 still prefeted a resolution instructing the vailed. The passenger business of 1904 excommittee not to bring in a report at ceeded that of 1890 by more than 25 this time, but to send a per cent, while the freight rate was to secure the testimony of H. 13.26 per cent, in comparison with the emof railroad Clay Pierce and to embody such evi- Increase in wages from an average wage ot ployes final in its dence report. $567.25 in 1900 to $630.80 In 1904. The Senator of Bailey report says that the service in 1904 Adherents promptly offered a substitute that the was so much more efficiently organdisized that the labor contributed by the be investigating committee average employe accomplished 23 Senator that and at once, charged cent more in the movement of per heatBailey be fully indorsed. After a passengers and 74 per cent more In ed debated, the substitute resolution the movement of freight than in 1880. The report gives the total railway friends Mr. Bailey's was passed. contended that every member of the capitalization June 30, 1904, as and says this amount is legislature, as well as the public, was commerfully acquainted with all the details 4.74 per cent less than the as esti of the evidence, and senate members cial value of the railways, could now vote upon the question in mated by the ceM;i bureau. an intelligent manner. y. IP BACKGROUND. SHIP SUBS IBM. IsWiTERY IN TREASURY ROBBERY Every Day flower House. Passag No Clew as to How $173,000 DisapWashington. Aside from appropriapeared From Government Vaults. Chicago. Although a score of de- tion bills and conference reports the tectives are at work on the case, the ship subsidy bill is the only measure theft of $173,000 from the subtreas-ur- y of general importance that is likely in this city seems as far from a to receive the attention of the house, solution as the day on which the rob- and the Aldrich financial bill the only The general one that probably will receive the atbery was committed. of the senate during the closthe thief tention that Impression prevails ing week of the last session of the emmust have been a government fifty-nintcongress. It is Senator purpose to press his bill for ployee and several of these men are consideration whenever opportunity being closely watched, but as far as of sucoffers, and he is still known no tangible evidence has been cess notwithstanding hopeful the opposition, discovered. the congestion of bills and the limited All the money taken was In large time left. The house friends of ship as of subsidy also profess themselves bills bills of the denomination admit that every but hopeful, they first At $1,000, $5,000 and $10,000. day that goes by without action It was believed that there must be lessens their chances. Some of them It express confidence in getting some some error in the bookkeeping. was thought to be impossible that features of the bill incorporated in the postofflce appropriation bill, but such a large sum of money could If they fail in that program they will of In face the have been abstracted a last effort for independent acaround make aTl thrown the safeguards tion by the house after the passage Uncle Sam's strong box. The ledger of the general deficiency appropriamen Involved strenuously denied any tion bill. They will ask to have two showed or three error, and an investigation days set aside for the conthat there was no possible clerical sideration of the subsidy bill, when mistake to account for the disappear- the conference repcrts are not before ance of the cash. the house, and the inclination of the leaders Is to grant this concession. For. it Asked What Gets Department The Kaiser is Exultant. Warren on Washington--Senato- r the from secured and Berlin. urged Emperor William on Sun Monday senate appropriations committee an day gave an audience of an hour to increase of $542,000 over the item in- Count Udo von Stolberg Wernigerode. cluded in the sundry civil appropria- president of the reichstag, to whom tion bill as it passed the house for the he expressed his high satisfaction at the result of the recent elections, construction of buildings at military which, he said, had shown that the posts. The item in the house bill Social Democracy had been overwas $458,000, and this was increased come. He hoped this spirit among the to $1,000,000 by the senate commitpeople would continue. Regarding tee. The increase by the senate colonies Emperor William expressed brings the amount carried by the the wish that a large number of the biil up to the requirements of the war members of the reichstag would convince themselves as to their value by department. traveling there. Patient Shoots up Hospital. Eulogies In the House. James T. Wilson, a lx)s Angeles Washington. Eulogies on the lives typhoid pneumonia patient brought te of the late Senator Uussel A. Alge, the Sisters' hospital from Seligman, of Michigan, and the late Representaa with and. Insane huge Ariz., went tives Cullom Adams of Wisconsin, revolver, "shot up" the place com- William S. Black of New York and pletely terrorizing nurses and pati- J. H. Ketcham of New York, were t pronounced Sunday In the house ol ents. A police sergeant and two who were hurriedly sent to the representatives, which convened to statesmen. pay tribute to these scene, succeeded In locking Wilson Those who spoke of Semtor Alger's In his room, from where he finally Town-sendcareer were Representatives leaped through a window and lied Hamilton, Gardner, Fordney, was He recapacross the grounds. and Darragh of Michigan, and tured, returned to the hospital and Denhy I.acey of Iowa. Representative bed. a to strapped Urge Downfall of Zelaya. Uncle Sam May Interfere. Panama. The mall which arrived Unless Nicaragua and Washington a proclamation Honduras speedily agree to arbitrate here Sunday brought at Cholnteca, signed Honduras, by their difficulties In response to the Anastastlo Generals Paulino Ortiz, and States United suggestion of the Emlllo Benito Chamarro, Oodey. Mexico it Is not Improbable that IAntonio Bustos and Echeavrrln, orA ntension will be resorted to Rafael Hernendez, representing the the end an present various political opposition parties In der to bring to stai. of hostilities. It became known Nicaragua, who ar" among the officers of the army of President Ponilla of Moiniav that within the previous day Honduras. The proclamation Is ador two a second note waa sent to the dressed to Central Americans and Hondurand presidents of Nicaragua that President Zel.iy a's downfall says this throat as, In effect conveying Is an urgcrt necessity. N" n plies have bet Q received D. C Mrs. n wef anu-uane- Ald-rlch- ' offl-ce- . m Of m mm "laim Was Made by Adam3 That He Was Sent to Idaho to H0p Simp-kin- s "Get" Steunenberg. Wallace, Idaho. The features of Saturday's proceedings in the trial of Steve Adams, charged with the murder of a man named Tyler in the wilds of the St. Joe country, and Involving the murder of Steunenberg, were the reading of the confession of Adams, which the defense contends was obtained under duress and is false, and the of Warden Whitney of the Idaho penitentiary-- . Mr. Whitney was questioned chiefly with regard to the disposition of Adams while tho prisoner was under his care, who had access to him and who was denied cross-examinati- access.- - A searching followed as to the reason why Adams was kept in the penitentiary when there was no charge against him and after he had not been Indicted by the grand jury. Adams' confession states that he ot Federation joined the Western that he Miners at Cripple Creek; knew Mover, Haywood and Pettibone; that Pettibone told him to go to Idaho and see SSmpkins that they wanted to "get" Steunenberg; that Pettibone went to Haywood and got $200 for his expenses; that the manwas ner of "getting" Steunenberg left to him; that he went to Idaho, met Simpkins and there planned the crime. CUBANS CHEER MAGOON. Law Governor Asked to Abrogate Cock Fighting. Against Havana. A procession headed by Monteagudo and composed of 500 horsemen, many carriages and bands of music, paraded the streets Sunday afternoon. A halt was made in front of the palace where the bands played patriotic airs amid much cheering. Governor Magcon, in response to cries of "Long Live Governor Magoon." reviewed the gathering from a balcony of the palace and afterward received a committee which presented a petition signed by many thousands of persons in Havana and other cities requesting the abrogation of the military order of General Leonard Wood prohibiting cock fighting. Governor Magoon promised to give the matter careful consideration, after which the gathering dispersed. Twenty Cents a Mila men. for Congress- Washington. When the report of the conferees of the legislative, exec utive and jilieial bill was presented to the house, Mr. Crum packer of Indiana asked what provision waa made respecting the mileage allowance of members of congress, In view r of the increase in salaries. Mr. explained that the amount remained at 20 cents a mile. He said, however, that the committee on appropriations would doubtless limit the exallowance to actual traveling penses in the general deficiency bill. Lit-taue- Peasants in Russian Parliament. Statistics for last St. Petersburg. week show the election of 419 memas follows: bers of parliament, 33 modeSeventy-fivmonarchists, 78 constiturates, 24 progressives, tional democrats, 156 members of the left party, 40 nationalists and 13 indefinites. The left party Is no vague aggregation; it contains an unprecedented number of socialists, including 47 social democrats and 45 social The Russian socialrevolutionists. ists are stronger numerically than any body of socialists that ever sat In the German reichstag. Steamer Imperatix Goes Down Off the Island of Crete. Austria. The Austrian Trieste, Lloyd steamer Imperial rix, while bound from Trieste to Bombay, ran onto a rock near Cape Elaphonlsl, upon the Island of Crete, ant! sank soon afterward. It is known that the disaster was accompanied by loss of life, but In the absence of definite news the number of drowned Is unknown. The passengers and crew on board numbered about 150. The sailed from Trieste on February 19. Threw Bomb Under Chief's Carriage. Odessa. A bomb was thrown beneath the carriage of the chief of police, Colonel von Gessenberg, as he was driving in the center of the city The explosion Saturday afternoon. of the bomb wrecked the carriage, severely Injuring the chief of police, and scattered debris all over the the block, and broke windows of all the houses In the vicinity. The would-bassassin escaped. Chief ot Police von Hesseberg Is accused ot being the Instigator of the late riots here. e anti-Semiti- c House Will Hear No More. Austin, Tex So far as (he members of the house committee appointed to Investigate the charges against United States Senator J. W. Bailey Is concerned, the investigation Is at an end. At an executive session on Saturday It was decided that, no fur ther testimony should be heard, and a was appointed to review the 2,noO pages of evidence, make findings nn the undisputed facts and report to the full committee at the earliest possible moment.