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TIMES TBEMONT FlIiLlSHED ffMU TREMONT TIKES CHILD KILLED YOUTH HI I TKKMONTON I A AH CIRCUS II CRANK DANGEROUS A COMPANY W. K. Capwell, Editor and Manager SLAUGHTERER By IE E Man. Disguised and Heavily Armed, is Arrested on the Streets of Boise. terranean water. The farmers of northern I' ah aiti rejoicing over the recent rains, which assure heavy crops Beet thinning Is pojfci'essing favornd all indications ably at ViIla:tl point to a good crop. Richard H. Atkin, a CitlseB of SL George, was arrested on a charge of selling liquor to Indiana Jack Branson, who stole a doi-eggs from a Salt lake merchant, wan aeutenced to fifty days in jail. Governor Cutler and Attorney General Breeden addressed the graduates of the Park City schools at the last Week. commencement exercises Over 100,000 acres of land have been acquired by settlers in Cedar valley during the past year, either !y homesteading or purchase from the I state. The Mauti Telepho ompsny has and filed articles of incoriorutkm, will build a telephone system in San- pete county and the southern part of the state. The annual session of the grand lodge of Knights of Pythias of Utah was held in Park City last week, being present from all parts of the state. the About 2,000 people Witnessed prize fight at Ogden between Dick Hyland and Finucane of Chicago. Flnucane was knocked out in tho third round. Brooding over the fact that he had killed Joseph Komaine in Salt lako City years before, Thomas Hughes, a printer, suicided in Des Moines, la., shooting himself in the temple. The state will drive an experiment well in Cedar valley this summer. Its location, though not yet determined, will probably be about ten miles southwest of the Calton location. A general jail break mi prevented by Sheriff Sebrlng of Weber county, who discovered some of the prisoners making saws from clock springs that had been smuggled into their cells. The assessor of Sevier county has for lust completed his assessment 1907. The total value of all property As la Sevier county is $2,373,155. compared with last year there is an s increase of $61,466. There is an abundant crop of fruit In "Dixie" this year, and the prospects are that there will be a good market for it. It is refwrted that most of the fruit north of Toquer-viltwas killed by frost. The florists of Ogden are aiding the Qlvic Improvement League iu the beautifying of the Junction City by donating a flue flower bed which they will complete In the unimproved portion of the City Hall square. A. T. Day, colored, who is iu the Btate prison under sentence of death tor the murder of Horace H. Voss, also colored, has sought and found cousolatlon in religion, and says he is now ready to die, if he has to. Raymond Crooinenes, aged 12. was Struck by an engine on the Salt Lake Route in Salt Lake City and killed Instantly, ilis head was com pletely severed from his body and his limbs and chest were badly bruised. Henry C. Harrison, of Salt Lake, was one of the seven who pleaded guilty in the federal court in Now Orleans last week of conspiracy to violate the lottery laws, by selling tickets of the Bluetield Lottery company. In a tight which occurred at the town of saloon, outside Newhouse, a few days ago, a miner named John Kyan lost his life by being kicked to death by the saloon keeper, a Philander by the name of iSrickson. sou of Moses Fish, of Hugh Ki-- ! Sunnyslde, and two other boys went after their up Whltmore canyon milch cows, and while crossing the creek on a pole Hugh fell in. The other boys could not get him out and he was drowned Charles Tracy was badly Injured a few dayR ago at Park City hy his horse falling with him while en route to work at one of the mines. The man's shoulder was broken and sevwere Ineral other minor Injuries flicted by the accident. Judge James A. Miner dropped dead at his home In Salt Lake City on the 22nd from hear' disease. Judge Miner was appointed in (he fer ritorial bench of Utah in 1890, ami In elected one of the first J89C was three judges of the state supreme court. V. :,., The Utah, Idaho and Idaho Sugar companies are considering the merging of the three comfor merging have panies. Plans been approved by the three hoards of directors, and If the eastern stockholders approve, the merger will u affected Royal Eengal Breaks Loo From Cage and Attacks Pleasure Seekers. c The fKilice on TuesBoise. Idaho day arretted a voting man who gave the name of C. H. Duncan and the address. Spokane, Wash., and are holding him for further inquiry. He appeared on the streets in disguise and In his was arrested on suspicion. pa session were found an automatic pUtOl, a long dirk, a pair of brass knuckles, some skeleton keys and a pair of rubber shoes. He had letters and literature showing that he is interested in socialism and when questioned by the police he said he was a member of the Industrial Workers of the World organization at Spokane, and that because of his interest In the Steunenberg trial he had come here seeking work in order to be on the scene. Duncan's disguise consisted chiefly of false whiskers, moustache that did not match his and own hair. Among his letters is one signed by the representative at the trial of one of the socialist newspapers and the police will include this in their inquiry. Enraged Beast Sank Its Fangs Into Neck of Little Girl, But is Killed by Plucky Blacksmith Before it Cculd Cause Further Loss of Life. CLEARED ON ONE ms wi mm REBELS Young An effort will be made to test the 4ry farms of Cedar valley for sub- a CITIZEN T ICER UTAH STATE SEWS . EfTHEfl Rebellion in China in Which Civil and Military Officials Are Murdered. Revolutionists of Wong Kong Are Joined by Natives of Neighboring Provinces end Inaugurate a Reign of Bloodshed. San Francisco Boss Begins to Show Signs of the Terrible Ordeal Through Which He is Passing. San Francisco. Abraham Ruef, the s of San Francisco, apindicted peared as his own lawyer on Monday in one of the many criminal proceed Seated ings pending against him. alone in one of the crimson-cushionepews of the Jewish synagogue that if Judge Lawlor's temporary court room he looked deserted and forlorn. He was unshaven and not as neatly His face dressed as is his habit. showed sleepless nights and long days of nervous dread of the ordeals he set for himself when, two weeks ago, In Judge Dunne's bare and shabby court room, he changed his plea to guilty, turned state's evidence, and declared in a speech broken with emotion his intention to lead henceforth an honest life and to bend his energies "to undo as far as possible whatever of wrong he had done in the past." In the pew back of Ruef sat his guard, Elisor Biggy, and a deputy. Directly across the aisle, in another pew, sat Mayor Schmitz, Ruef's felon low defendant many charges brought and on many others to follow at liberty under $400,000 bonds. Delphin M. Delmas, the San Franworldcisco lawyer who attracted wide attention to himself by his defense of Harry K. Thaw for the murder of Stanford White, has been retained to defend two of the men en tangled in the bribery graft dragnet of the Oliver grand jury. d Swato, Province of Kwaw Tung, China. A rebellion has broken out at iRfong Kong, in the Uping district of Twin Falls, Idaho. During the aftthe Chin Chu prefecture. All of the ernoon performance of the Sells-Kiotcivil at Wong and officials military circus in Twin Falls on Saturday a have been and assassinated Kong from his cage huge Bengal tiger broke their yamens burned. In the menagerie tent and charged The local revolutionists, who were into the crowd, killing a by natives of the neighboring joined sevgirl, a Shetland pony and mauling concentrtated for their providences, b eral other spectators and ponies the officials without beattack upon fore it was shot and killed by a man molested by the populace. ing in the audience. For a few momenta The military commander here has a panic was threatened in the mo mustered the station guards and started for the scene of the outbreak. nagerie; women screamed and faintSteps are being taken by the local their at the ed; elephants tugged to prevent excesses here. police chains and trumpeted wildly, and The Chinese bankers have organized a steam launch patrol of the coast there was great commotion until the LAND HELD FOR SPECULATION. to prevent piratical attacks upon the tiger rolled over dead in front of the Railroad is Accused of Retarding the part of marauders from the seaward. main entrance. Progress of Oregon. "Markel," the tiger, and his mate, Berlin. According to advices resome, been for restless had "Agnes," Washington. Senator Bourne of ceived by the German cable company were time before the accident. They the from Shanghai, disturbances have also with Oregon again consulted about to be fed, and at the sight of on Tuesday about the case broken out at Pakhei and the situapresident the meat "Marker beat furiously with tion there, as at Lien Chow, is apparhis paws on the door of his cage. The of the Southern Pacific Railway comently serious. door gave way and the tiger sprang pany, which he charges is holding up Shetof a from his cage to the neck approximately three million acres of WALKING THE PLANK. land pony fifteen feet away. The animal s keeper seized an iron bar and struck the tiger between the eyes. '.Markel" released his grip on the pony's neck and leaped to the back of another pony. Again the keeper felled him with the Iron and he relinquished his hold on the second pony, only to seize a third. Another stiff blow from the iron drove the tiger from his prey and he leaped into the crowd. The tent was well tilled and the people fled in every direction, most of them crowding out under the canvas. Women grasped their children ana dragged them from the path of the Hundreds of little maddened tiger. children clung to the skirts of the terrified mothers and scrambled for safety. "Marker headed for the main entrance forty feet away. In his rush ho struck several people with his shoulders, knocking them down. Mrs. S. E. Rozell of Twin Falls and her little daughter, Ruth, could not escape the m Harry Orchard. tiger's rush and were borne to the ground. The tiger held Mrs. Rozeh public land, much of which is in Orewith his paws and sank his fangs into to settlethe neck of the child. The child was gon, that should be opened covsenator ment. The that grants her says from badly mangled and died wounds two hours later. ering the land, which originally were J. W. Bell, a Twin Kalis blacksmith, for six million acres, were made with was standing beside Mrs. Rozell when the that the land t ould she was attacked. His wife and chil- be nderstanding to settlement at a nomup opened at the mercy dren were with him and inal per acre. A great deal of of the beast. Thrusting his family It, he price was sold at $1" an acre and says, revolver half of it was withheld from sale alaside, Bell drew a and opened Are on the tiger at a dis- together. In the meantime, the senatance of three feet. Six shots were tor says, the progress of the country-ifired by Bell before the enraged tiger being retarded and he intimates dropped dead. Smith Gets Ten Years and Preston RUN OUT OF JURYMEN. that the railway company is holding the land for speculative purposes. Twenty-Five- . Looking After Witnesses. Second Venire in the Haywood Trial In a court room Nev. Goldfleld, Stabbed by Hoodlums. Boise, Idaho. At the opening of the Has Been Exhausted. to suffocation by the curious crowded Huntington, W. Va. Henry Wright, Haywood trial on Saturday Judge Steunenberg who expected a dramatic scene when Boise, Idaho. The Wood granted the state permission to a wealthy contractor of this city, and murder trial has again been internipt-e- Preston and Smith appeared for sentwere addihis nephew, Claude Newman, endorse the names of several by the exhaustion of the jury ence before Judge Lanman, Monday tional witnesses on the indictment fatally stabbed by Clell Perkins and The last man of the second morning, Smith was given the limit panel. deThomas Lyons. Wright and Newman against the accused miners, the venire disqualified early Mon- of the law. and the only reason Prestfense noting an exception under a da were driving to the Wright home special ciiioti of the Idaho supreme court south of the city, and just before ar- day afternoon and Judge Fremont on was not sentenced to prison for which held that the filing of additional riving there discovered Perkins and Wood postponed the trial until Friday life was the recommendation of the witnesses after a trial has begun is Lyons on Wright's premises. Upon morning, when Sheriff Shad Hodgin jury of mercy for the prisoner. The error without prejudice. Attorney Wright censuring Perkins and Lyons Is to produce another special venire court denied the men a new trial. Ten Richardson declared that the defense for trespassing, they turned on him men. The odd number years is the fienalty for conspiracy, with of sixty-on- e had been unable to locate many of tho and made a deadly assault asked for by the de- and that is what Smith received was at are still The assailants jocularly knives. witnesses for the state. fense in the hope of changing the luck Preston being sentenced for twenty large. that has dogged the even numbers five years for murder in the second Found Son's Body In Dissecting Room. Woman Played Man's Part. used. degree. awrence. Kan A search by John of Nicolai Ariz. The Phoenix. body G Fai r, a tanner of Milan. Kan., for SKETCHES OF DEFENDANT IN GREAT CONSPIRACY CASE TAKEN IN his son, Jay (i. Karr, who disappeared do Kaylan. whose sex has been the COURT. since and of litigation dispute three months ago. ended In the subject December, was exhumed Tuesday morgue of the University of Kansas last to an undertaking hen-where he found the body in the afternoon and taken where the facts of the dlsin parlor, was room. Karr Young dissecting were made known upon thi killed by a train at Perth, Kan, on terment of Baron arrival Schlippenbach, thi Mtrch 8 lie was unidentified, and accom consul at after the usual formalities the body Russian b) Samuel .1 Chicago, SchaefTer, attor was offered to the university medical puled Tht ney for Mrs, Anna de Kaylan. college, as the state lrfw provides. The result of the Inquest establishes' be bod ffll embalmed and put in cold fOSd a dOUbl the identity of the corps, storage to await the needs of the class as the body of De Raylan, and that room. the person in question was a female - eye-brow- s I , Escaped Prisoner Shot Dead by Sentry Hunting for Jurymen. Klmar Martin, awaiting St. Louis Sixteen talosmer San Francisco trial at Jefferson barracks for desert Were examined Tuesday In the iria Jug from the coast artillery at Fort of Mayor Kitgene E. Srhmitz on th Barrancas, Fla was killed by Sentry charge of extortion, without result Joseph Cot h nun Saturday night. Mar- All but one wen excused for cause tin had escaped from Cot h ram, who and 1), Cummings, the six Jater found him hiding In the woods. teenthGeoige one. was peremptorily dial Cothram sins that Martin refused to leiiged by the defense Light jurort surrender and that he then fired. have thus far been secured. An In V Anderson, also awaiting trial sinuatiou was made by the prosecutlou tot desertion, escaped with Martin and that Sheriff O'Neill was not sum has not been apprehended. moiling trial jurors in a propei and impartial manner. Bank Wrecker it Free. Morgan Stock Has no Value. Denver Kdwin M. Johnson, former O.-assoToledo Hallway & of Toledo. the Fidelity Savings president ciation of Denver, convicted Septem- Terminal company's property was ber 2, 1905, of having wrecked thnt under order of the federal court on Institution ami senienced to the state Tuesday to Andrew C Sullivan, chair penitentiary for a term of not less man of the bondholders' committee than two years, has been set free on at the upset price of $2,000 .(MM). No On leav. Huchtel. Governor by parole other bid was made. Most of the $.1, would he that said Johnson lug prison noti.000 of Ktock Is owned by J. Pier make restitution to the people who DOD1 Morgan and according to Mr lost their money In the savings aso Sullivan this stock is wlp.d elation failure If ever able to do so. out and worthless. Mr entirely Sullivan said TO per about received have Depositors there are no aggrements with any tent of their claUua. icnard'ng 'in disposal of the road Judge James Hargis, Kentucky Feudist. Found Not Guilty of Cockerill Murder. Another in Chapter the Famous Breathitt County Feud Annals Is the Charges Against Other Defendants Being Filed Closed, Away. Almost Ky Lexington, exactly three years after the shooting of Town Marshal Thomas Cockrill at Jackson, a verdict of not guilty was returned here on Thursday in the case of Judge James Hargis, the first of those who were jointly charged with that murder, and another chapter in the famous Breathitt county feuds annals was concluded. On June 21, 1904, Cockrill was shot in the court house at Jackson, dying later at Lexington, where he was taken for medical attention, and during the trial several witnesses swore that Judge Hargis, his brothers, and Sheriff Ed Callahan had entered into a murder conspiracy, promising immunity to any one who would shoot Cockrill, Dr. B. D. Cox and J. B. Mar-cuall tree of whom have since died by sho'oting. The defense, however, presented testimony tending to disprove the conspiracy charge, and Judge Hargis, testifying in his own behalf, denied all connection with the shooting. Curt Jett, who confessed to killing Marcum, for which he was given a life sentence, was a witness against Judge Hargis. The next trial in this series will be called at Sandy Hook, Elliott county, when the same defendants will bs tried for the murder of Dr. Cox at Jackson on April 14, 1902, a change of venue having been taken from Beathitt county. When the verdict was announced a great cheer rose from the friends of Judge Hargis, who crowded the court room. It is believed now that the cases of Alexander and Albert Harand Edward also gis Callahan, charged with complicity in plots to kill Cockrill, will be filed away in the court house. The evidence is practically the same against the other three men, as well as against Bill Britton. who is awaiting a third tria'j for this killing. TOO MUCH PUBLICITY. Disqualifying Many People From Jury Service in Haywood Trial. Boise. The net results of the 10th day of the Haywood trial, were the partial weeding out of the talesmen of the second special venire entitled tc statutory exemption, and the partia: qualification of one juror. The exam ination of the new venire has not proceeded very far, but it shows that the of interest in the Steunenberg murder and the of the facts established and disputed, is, by natural process, disqualifying many citizens for jury ser-ricin the case and indicates that the publicity given to examination of talesmen has widely increased popular knowledge as to the means of artistically avoiding jury- - service in thee - AMMONIA PIPE EXPLODED. Workmen Killed and Several Others Badly Injured. Five workmen were Chicago. killed and a dozen others seriously-injurewhen an ammonia pipe ex ploded in the beef killing department of Armour company's stockyards. The building was full of workmen at the time, and the deadly fumes, escaping from tinder high pressure, penetrated through every department in the building in such a short time .hat twenty of the men were over before they could make their escape to the fresh air. All but five of these men were dragged from the place by their companions in such a serious condition that it was neces sary to take them to a nearby hos Five pita!. Treason St. Petersburg. in the Army. As a result rf the clews obtained at the searches made of the lodgings of M. Ozele, a Social Democratic deputy from Kfga, where meetings of revolutionists are said to have taken place, the police arrested twenty members of the Army Revolt The majority of them are league. young recruits, but several of those taken into custody are officers. Thr documents seized indicate that the league is stroiic In southern T?nsi:i the Caucasus, Finland and Siberia. d The CHARGE MURDER Los Angeles Council After the Hard- Hearted Landlords. Los Angeles, Cal. The city council vote, in on Monday, by unanimous structed the city attorney to prepare an ordinance which will be passed St Uhe next meeting, making it a misdemeanor, punishable by flue or Impris onment, or both, for a landlord to refuse to tent property to a tenant because the latter Is possessed of children. The council also directed the clerk to send a copy of the ordinance to President Roosevelt. Two Forts Abandoned. Paul. -- An order received from the war department announces ths onme&t of Forts Asslnnibolne and K" igh. Montana. The former is garrisoned by t'ie headquarters staff, band and troops A. B, C and D, Second ruvalrv, and it will proceed hy rail- old to lies Moines, la. Asslnnibolne Is by far the largest fort In the United 81 ttei in point of area, comprising 10 acres. Fort Keogh. the other abandoned post, is located several niles from Mile-- - City, Mon St Author' Comes Back at President. New York. In response to crlti clsm by President Roosevelt that he had only suirflrlal knowledge of the animals concerning which he wrote. the Rev. Dr. William J. I,ong, a well known author of Stanford. Conn.. Is quoted as having declared that th nf onirr,0i president is a not a naturalist. Mr. Ixmg defends himself against the specific charge of falsity to nature made by the president and do.vs not spare biting terms m iiiui inn if jar. Koosevelt.