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rnrrn snuwuuu rnttu TREMOXT TIMES iiivuinnn PLBLI8HED Wtmil Iglven an absolutely fair and impartial! ha never had any fear and would trial and that Idaho had indeed reason ihav xpressed yesterday the same be BEING MADE to be proud of herself. lief I expressed when first aire ted, TREMONT TIMES COMPANY That with a fair trial and an la; of naywood s First Thought His f. N. Capwsll, Editor and Manager Mother. impartial jury the veixlict would be BY VERDICT Haywood's first thought was of bis such as has been given to the counPOWDER I I AH rtEMONTON aged mother, who on Saturday had try. me most suffered a complete nervous breakdown "Senator Bcrah treated after the jury had retired. Leaving fairly and I appreciate it. UTAH NEWS she- courtroom in "Jedge Wood was eminently fair to company with Attoi-neme and I have extended to him my he walked Nugent, down to the Twelve Men Declare Labor Petitions Ghrasanoppers are doing much damjail portion of the building, shaking hanks for his ceatment of me dur-- i Government Files age at Knia and Lakeriew. bauds as he went with the guard of Leader is Not Guilty of ordeal this trial. ji the Against Corporations Manu Salt Lake Tin's tax levy has been "I do not in any way blame Goveremployees and friends who had aniw Crime Charged. fixed at 13 mill, an Increase of one mi the scene lie bade farewell to nor Gooding for the position he took. factoring Explosives. , mill over 1900. "In closing. I wish to express appreMoyer. who, when he heard the verdn Business men ot Salt Iike are Insaid. Thai's good." and never atomic, ciation of the wonderful support givaugurating a campaign again! east- Prisoner is Released and shaking, ami to Pettibone, whom Dai en to me bv the presence in the court DisJury Combination to Restrict ern mail ordei bouses. row described to the jury as ' a sort of room during the trial of the repiesen-tive- Unlawful charged, But Moyer and Pettibone is Trade Charged and Court is and of industrial Salt Lake is to have a magazine who and politihappy Hooligan,'" labor, called Must Face Trial. Orchard to Broadway." cal organizations." Asked to Determine if Re'(live my published In the interest of the Jews Insists He Told the Truth Then Haywood walked to St. Luke's of this western country. ceivers Shall Take Views of Counsel. and is Ready for hospital and unannounced rushed into Pioneer day was not celebrated in of Property. James H. Hawley, leading counsel his mother s room. So great was the for the state, left Punishment. Sanpete county, with the exception of Sunday night lor tonie upon the elderly lady that at one or two of the smaller towns. west, under doctor's orders, (ai Usui sue was up anu annul and Happy mediately after the verdict was ren Mrs. Anna Johnson, who was burned on The government Washington "tile col de ed be went to his home. Mr. HawBoise, Idaho. William D. Haywood 't;xl by an explosion of gasoline at Ogden filed in the United States cirTuesday llis wife WBew ,age and daughters ley has broken considerably under the about a month ago, has succumbed to defendant in one of the most noted cuit court at Wilmington, Del., a peHe had parted her Injuries. train of the trial and preferred not tition trials of the age, involving conspiracy have b,,'n BtoPolnSv against E. I. Dupont De New"h at A""r!1, the Nugent hospital to make a statement as to the Salt Lake City Is growing at the and murder, is a free man, the jury & Co., the E. 1. Dupont De mours a,1(1 k'ft alone in Boist' Sot a11 im rate of more than 1,000 per month, ac- having reported an agreement early gate Powder company, of New Jer,o-- i, hiki i, .mi iu inquire nis way Horn "I have no Senator Borah said: cording to the figures of the publish Sunday morning, their verdict being other corporations twenty-fou- r and sey, Once passers-byhome, Haywood comment to make other than that "Not guilty." ers of the city directory. individuals connected seventeen and "I said: to want thank of the to people men was the state with the twenty-siIt twelve good and true after being out for twenty-- : Farmers of Santaquin are harvestcorporations which lioise for their kindness to my wife of Idaho have passed upon the case, are made defendants in the petiCon. ing bumper crops, wheat running as one hours that the jury, which at my mother, my ' family and my friends and that disposes of it so far as the high as sixty bushels to the acre, first had been divided eight .to four, Tie petition relates that all of the There has been widespread sym- state of Idaho and Haywood are con- defendants while some of the barley will go 100 and then seemed deadlocked at ten are engaged in Interstate Mi's. here for Carruthers, the cerned. The prosecution of the ottn.r to two, finally came to an agreement pathy bushels. commerce in gun powder and and trade mother. for Senator prisoner's Borah, men Indicted will be pushed vigorously The encampment of the Indian War shortly after the first faint streaks Of other high explosives, and are violatinstance, when first apprised of the and without any reference to the Hayveterans at Hphraini was well attend- the coming day showed gray above ing the act of July 2, 1890, known as verdict, said: "I feel glad for Hay wood trial." ed. An exciting Indian skirmish and the giant hills which wall Boise to t act. It seeks the Sherman wood's mother." E. F. Richardson, one of Haywood's shan. battle were witnessed by about the north and east. Judge Wood was to the unlawful and restrain prevent Verdict Was Expected. notified that the jury had reached an leading counsel, said: "We have had 4,000 people. combincontracts, agreements, existing The of a a ac verdict of probability fair trial. We have had an impartial agreement and convened court to re Leo Peterson was blown up at To of in restraint and ations, conspiracies in the case of the secretary-wa- and conscientious jury and impartial lif by the premature discharge of a ceive the verdict. When the verdict ulttal such trade and commerce; to prevent treasurer and of We leader and conscientious have read that meant freedom for acknowledged judge. His face charge of giant powder. and restrain the attempts upon the was filled with gravel and powder, Haywood, tears welled to the eyes ofitne Western Federation of Miner.-- , had the most vigorous and effective part of the defendants to monopolize nau oeeu Satur counsel to it us ever since man has that the ireeiy predicted who, during the eighty days opposed but he will recover. when Judge Fremont Wood read been my fortune to meet. They have such trade and commerce, and to disJames Howarth, who had been a of his trial had sat with stolid indif- day, solve the existing monopolies therein. ference written upon his every fea- his chaige, which was regarded as at all times been fair. The defendant resident of Cache valley for forty-fivThe court is asked to determine inthe no defense in to nor has its have his ture at last the icy armor he had strongly favoring make, complaint years, was killed at Franklin on the whether public interest will be better terpretation of the laws of conspiracy, counsel. Idaho has covered herself 24th, being thrown from his horse, thrown about himself with the first circumstantial subserved by the appointment of recorevidence with and the of glory." day jury selection had been pierced lalling on his head. ceivers to take possession of the propof an accomplice who conDying Man's Advice. feeling had roboration Lester McKittrick, aged G, was and whatever of pent-uof the alleged trusts, with a view fesses. been contained loosed. within was John Murphy, general counsel for erty to bringing about conditions in trade drowned in the Jordan river at Salt was It also In freely predicted that the Western Federation of Miners, Lake while fishing. The bank caved Haywood's attorneys were fairly lifted the event of and commerce that will be harmonious Haywood's acquittal the In with the little fellow, precipitating with the law. The prayer in this restate would abandon the prosecution him Into the stream. spect is identical with that in the of his associates, Charles H. Moyer, In about a month the Western Patobacco trust petition. the president of the federation, and cific will begin the operation of A. Pettibone of StateDenver. George MAYOR WAS A SMUGGLER. trains from Salt Lake City to Step-toe- , ments from counsel and from Governor the station at which connection Gooding issued Sunday dispel this view Men High in Civic and Social Life of Is made with the Nevada Northern. of the situation. Governor Gooding Juarez Involved in Scandal. While three boys who live In Manti said: El Paso, Texas. Silvauo Montema-yor- , were returning from a fishing trip, "The verdict is a great surprise to mayor of the city of Juarez, and lightning struck and killed the horse me, and I believe to all citizens of one of the most influential citizens of which was pulling their buggy, but Idaho who have heard or read the the state of Chihuahua, has disapthe boys escaped with a slight shock. evidence in the case. "1 have done my duty. I have no repeared. Juarez has been in a fever From all appearances the strike of of excitement since the capture of a the telephone linemen of Salt Lake gret as to any action I have taken, and will continue for some time, the men party of smugglers and the arrest of my conscience is clear. As long as 3ver I God thirty persons, including six of the shall continue the for my having rejected gives strength proposition most prominent business men of the bcttKineut mude by their employers. my efforts for government by law and town. Tuesday night the federal auW. J. Kaskell, alias W. J. Wilson, organized society. thorities seized fourteen cars contate a .will continue ai'The who threatened to kill J. H. McChrys-ta- l vig signed as coal to Mayor Montemayor, prosecution of Moyer and Pettibone and J. Q. .Packard, was committed and found that five of the cars were and Adams and of Simpkins when apto the state mental hospital at Pro-vo- , loaded with dry goods, clothing, shoes, prehended. There will be neither hesiafter an hearing before A thin layer of coal covered etc. tation or retreat." Ritchie of Salt Lake. D. Judge William HAYWOOD. the merchandise in each case. s Orchard Ready for Punishment. The Utah sheep commissioners have Orchard. Harry warehouses, and pafrom their goods seats and Not comWood the least made of the Judge completed arrangements for the fall interesting were seized also, as was the made upon the verdict was that who, in spite of the fact that he is pers dipping of sheep, and In keeping with no effort to restrain them as they large mercantile establishment of their plans all sheep within the boun- rounded him to shake hands and shout of Harry Orchard, the wasted to a skeleton by consumption, & Degetau. daries of the state must be dipped aloud their congratulations. James murderer of Governor Steunenberg and has almost daily occupied a place at between September 15 and November H. Hawley, leading counsel for the the witness upon whom the state the defense table throughout the trial, THE PHILIPPINE ELECTIONS. state, and O. M. Vanduyn, the prose- chiefly relied to prove its claim of a was unable to be present at the closThe Independent Factions Will Control He is William Ashton, chief engineer of cuting attorney of the county in which sinister conspiracy against the West- ing argument or scenes. In a hospital here. the First Assembly. the Oregon Short Line, had his skull former Governor Steunenberg was as- ern Federation of Miners. When told Haywood fractured in a runaway accident in sassinated, sat gloomy and unspeaklng at the state penitentiary that Hay- called on him early Sunday and the Manila. The independence factions Idaho. The catastrophe occurred at In their places. Senator Borah, who wood had been acquitted. Orchard scene between the two is said to have who united in the campaign under the been most affecting. Haywood lifted name of Nationalists, the end of the Yellowstone branch of made the closing plea for conviction, said: appear to have was not present. Of the prisoner's "Well, I have done my duty. I have the slight form of the dying man in won the the Short Line which 1b now under general election of delegates 1 could do no counsel those 1 in told the truth. court room the more. were his and arms is as sayconstruction. Murphy quoted to the first Philippine assembly, held Clarence Barrow of Chicago, E. F. am ready to take any punishment that ing, between stifled gasps: W. J. Boulton, one of the oldest resi"Bill, in throughout the islands Tuesrday. Indents of Bountiful was struck by u Richardson of Denver, and John F. may be meted out to me for my crime, this hour of your great triumph be complete returns from fifty out of sn of Boise. sooner the and comes The absentees it the from better." humble and thankful." Murphy is not districts show that :il train on the lagoon road last week Nugent Nationalists the defendant's table included Edgar Haywood Thanks Jury. expected to live many days. and seriously injured. were elected, 10 Progressives, Mr. Boulton, the law Wilson, former of When the verdict of the jury was partner who is vety deaf, was walking down candidates and Catholic. MAY LEAD SOCIALISTS. In toi inila the Nationalists won the track and did not hear the ap junge wood, wno presided at the trial. read, Haywood expressed his thanks by a No member of the prisoner's family, to each member of the New York personally Broaching rain. ' Lawyer Suggests Haywood large majority in both districts. Dom- nor any of his friends among the So-- ! jury: tnador Gomez claims the election in Lawrence White, aged 14, while as Presidential Candidate. ' eialist writers and the la "And if any one of you ever come to the First district in the city, while working in a brick yard in Salt Lake bor Jury" who have been New York. Morris Blillquit, lawyer Tusto Lakbau attending Denver," he said as they were leaving was buried underneath a slide of dirt contests the election of the trial, was in the court room at the court room, "you will always find and author and one of the most promi- both Independence candidates. and smothered to death. The boy iue nour reme nent was of the Socialists verdict a east, expressed welcome at the Haywood home." eariy It probably will be ten had been warned to keep away turned. The days to two spectators' benches were Haywood received scores of tele- the conviction Sunday night that Wil- weeks before the complete returns are frum the bank of dirt, but disregard but in the doorway stood Gov- grams of congratulation D. empty, was who liam Haywood, received. acquitted ed the warning. during the ernor Frank who has takeu day from all sections of the of the murder of Governor Steunenberg Mr-- . country. Ais Howe, wlmse mission 111 an active partGooding, in pressing the pros- Many were from individuals and Might Fit Both Cases. many at Boise, Idaho, might be nominated life is to form antl kissing clubs, is ecution of Haywood and his associates. more from labor and Socialist organi- for the presidency in 1908. He added Boise, Idaho. D. M. Delmas, the atIB Denver and is said to be headed Then was no demonstration other zations. Eugene v. Debs was among that Mr. Haywood was expected to be torney who is defending Glass toward Salt Lake. Her chief object than that made and in this city next week, when a demon for the first to send greetings. by the others at San Francisco, charged with is to foini societies among the defense iiml toe courtattorneys in his honor would be held. stratiou proceedings bribing the supervisors of that city, Haywood Makes Statement. mothers, and get them to agree not were over, the prisoner had been Monday night wired the county clerk Mr. Haywood issued to kiss their babies. Sunday night Celebration at Butte. ami the dismissed for the the here to send him by wire a statement. following William Adams, one of ihe oldest term in less jury copy of than three minutes' the instructions given the Butte, Mont. For several hours Sun "I appreciate the support of the conductors on the Salt Lake route in lime. jury in the case were the streets crowded Haywood by Judge Wood" It was day evening point of service, was run over by an Darrow Says It Was a Fair Trial. working class extended to us by with a wildly cheering mob of men, sent and the telegraph tolls amounted the country. throughout engine at Mllford and received injurto 1360. The laws of Idaho ami CaliafClarence Barrow of Chicago, who hope to be aide during the coming women and children. During the ies from which lie died. Adams had made a fornia, are the same relative to cona was there The ternoon big the parade. plea to describing year personally express that and no doubt Delmas stepped in front of the engine without case at issue us a Miners' union turned out almost to a spiracy struggle of "class there would be something in thought being aware of lis proximity. the inw B. ho had defiantly told and structions that he against class." "I have no feeling nor to man and were headed by the An exhibition of electrical devices could use in behalf M. band me jurors mat UN) were hostile to his ward any person; The national emblem apot his am clients. charitable to and appliances is to be held in Salt ,l,..,,f nii.l I. . . I... and inter...i n.1,1 nau im ir minus pois-- , wards all. My intention is to go back peared quite frequently Lake City early In October. The proof the column Turks Slay Insurgent Greeks. and to Denver and take up my work where spersed throughout "y a corrupt posed exhibition will be on a larger press had entered the court capitalistic banners bearing room with I left it oft when 1 was placed under marching men were Athens There has been a pitched and more elaborate scale than those the "Huras such inscriptions "Victory.' mood of his speech still upon arrest. battb between Turkish troops, sup-porah for Haywood" and "We are the tin Kiven heretofore. Admission will bo him. but as was freed and as "1 do appreciate the kindness and desiable citizens." by and a mail tree ana entertainments ot various the jury wasHaywood out he with vied passing consideration band with which my family-haGreek insurgents, who had kinds will be provided for the vis the other The approach of the first Philippine members of counsel and with been treated by the people of themselves in a house in the itors. the prisoners in thanking with many Boise. general election on July 30, win 0 a outskiits.of Seres, More than a dotei steel bridges have evidences of European Turkey, be will chosen. the twelve citi"I do appreciate, and in so stating, Philippine congress fifty miles northeast of Salonika The been ordered by the Salt Lake road zens of Idahosincerity is marked by considerable who had heard the evi- express the sentiments of my companspa thy hand was captured and wiped out but Tor permanent Improvement of Meadow dence and rendered their unalterable ions in throughout the islands. In spite of the thirt men were killed before the soljail, the courtesies extend, Valley wash, the section of right the efforts made strenuous by diers, aided opinion. Mr. Richardson, too, hast- us by Sheriff Hodgins, former Sheriff artillery, succeeded In to bring out. the vote It is capturing thebyminiature suffering badly by past winter ened to dictate a statement in whb h Durand his Moseley deputies, total registered ing the lighting the fortress dorms. There is forty miles of ter- ho declared that the estimated that his client had been "As to the Outcome of the trial. vote Is less than 60,000. ritory through the wash to be safe ove, ioo pillaged houses and burned a guarded. number of Gieek buildings In Seres. a It's John Larsen of Kureka was (lit1 vi Says Trumped-uHun? Jury irv Glass Trial. Charge. Toga for Johnson. tim of a firecracker Kl Paso, ley Evelyn Thaw Will Study Music. accident c i; l.elevier. pub-- , San Francisco.---Th- e last In the successor Ala. -- The jury Birmingham, New York. Mr. Evelyn Nesblt week, which resulted ill the loss of Usher of the Industrial, an alleged rev-- ; case of Louis Glass, vice to Senator E. W. Pettus, who died presid, his hand. Mr. Larsen was holding a olutiouary periodical, and his son, and general manager of the Paul,' Saturday in Hot Springs. N. ('., will Thaw gave out an authoritative stateItiant firecracker in Ills hand when it leves Lelrvler. were arrested at States Telephone and ment, concerning her uaal on Tues Telegraph be former Governor Joseph F. Johnexploded, tearing his hand to pieces Ariz., Sunday, under a chargo pany, accused of having bribed Cha day, declaring that she has no presAt the state of ston priBirmingham. His arm was amputated a little below of larceny preferred by the Mexican A. Boxton. a member of the board of maries last year candidates for the ent Intention of returning to the stage, the elbow. but will devote government, which has asked for his ii s e so is inrouiMi i m.u,., .. energies to the alternate genatorshlps were vote on Study Of music. her Miss Jessie Packett, aged 18, extradition. .elevier declares that he Theodore A. Halsey, to withhold . and This statemom H. Sen J. Bankhead itor received .. shot herself at Spiingvilje. is guilty of no wrong and that the Muni ,,.,,),,.. uipv limn it linn cm porat ion, wa the highest He was therefoie called out by the published repoit that etc while playing with a :!Kcnllbre ham charge is trumped up by Mexican unable to agree on a verdict, and wa the lirst upon Senator wirs maw intended to take a leading vacancy given '111 Consul 1. Maza. tinwho figured in abduc- i iarn.,,1,, ..I .,, She died instantly. iijei esn revolver at Morgan s dent role at a Broadway theatre. ernor Johnston t;o siina.i; Mrs of Sarabia and who was severely after The SBOOtlng occurred at the home of tion out forty,..: celved the next hu'icst vote, and will Thaw visited her husband In the John Lambson. to whose sou, Melviu criticised by LelOTler. l.elevier and his hours. The Jury stood seven for ran tw nii,itii i,i rha i..iiint.in -- v. Tombs, after whirh hn Bll son were Noco taken to " and vlctlon and jailed. (he for acquittal. I.ambson, Miss Packett was engaged had no Intention of returning to the to the second vscsr. to be inarrii d T Fill 1 JURY'S STATE BE TRUST Arrested for Complicity m Robbery and Murder Accuse Two Others of Crime. Young Man - i j i i a n "a"" - out-rom- x anti-trus- s e all-da- y Monte-mayor'- sur-jmen- Ket-teso- n d now-dyin- 1 t anti-klssln- Work-Ingme- n 1 . ..... .1 I 1 rt Bashi-Bazouk- party-leader- s Bashi-Bazouk- p i i I i arei-dentl- , u-.-, A b-- ,,,K : thrfr ... s Butte. Mont. George Tower, a ed here on Tuesday upon the charge of implication in the holdup of the North Coast limited near Butte on Maj 7 last, and the murder of Engineer CioVVi in the course of an interview, implicates two men he named as Joe Gordon and "Dutch." These men. Tower, were the actual robbers, but he allowed them to use his room in a local lodging house as headquarter He says Gordon threatened to kill him if he "blowed." The first clew to Tower's guilt w;i had through a suit case filled with dynamite. This was found on the blind platform of the baggage car just after the robbers fled. It contained several sticks of dynamite. This suit case was identified only last Tuesday by Mrs. Hurley Hungate, who runs the house at which Tower was staying. Tow, arrest followed. Mrs. Hungate had seen the suit case in Tower's room the day before the holdup and murder. While denying actual complicity in he crime, beyond allowing Gordon to lse his room as headquarters, Tower icknowledges long intimacy between :he two men. He has roamed around :he west with Gordon for five years. He says Gordon had a plot to blow pen the safe in the post office at Ni VYyo., five years ago. Tower is tall and slim and looks like r mere boy. He has brown hair and brown eyes. Gordon, who is believed to be the man recently arrested and held at Columbia River, Ore., is about 27 years of age and light complexioned. 'Dutch," Tower says, is short and heavy and speaks with a Missouri dialect. All Tower will say is that Gordon brought a burglar's kit to his room the night before the holdup, borrowed Tower's valise and went away. Gordon came back the day after t:ie holdthe crime, up. Tower, reading of charged Gordon with it, and Gordon threatened to kill him. Then Gordon left and Tower has not seen him since. The police believe that Tower and the man held in Oregon alone are UNITED STATES IN MINORITY British Proposition Regarding Contraband May be Adopted. The Hague. The British proposition for the abolition of contraband was adopted in committee on Wednesday, to five. The United States twenty-fivGermany, France, Russia and Montene sro voted no. Japan, Spain, Panama. Greece and Roumania abstained from voting. There was also ten absentees Explaining the American vote in opposition, Joseph H. Choate declared it was the plan of the United States to limit, in every way possible, the list rt objects that shall be considered contraband of war. but to go further than this now would he a violation of customs. e d Battling Nelson a "Has Been." San Francisco. Jimmy Britt of San Francisco gained the decision over Battling Nelson of Hegewisch. III., at the end of 20 rounds of as fast and pretty fighting as has been seen in San Francisco in many years. At no time was either man in danger of a Knockout until near the end of the last ound. when Britt's right and left which he wings and uppercitts. anded one after another at will on Kelson's face, all but put the Dam lown and out. Nelson did the greati ,art of the leading from start to fit, sh, but he was outdone by Britt in leverness. ring generalship and everything but gameness and ability to lake punishment. NOT A CASE OF MURDER. Growing Belief at Clinton, III., That Mrs. Magill Committed Suicide. Clinton, 111. The report of the men Gal experts who made an analysis the contents of the stomach of Mrs. Pat Magill, the first wife of Fred Ma gill, was received here on Wednesday tnd State's Attorney Miller announce, that the report is to the effect thai Mrs, Magill died from chloroform poi A trace of arsenic was inlng. found. The belief is growing here that irs. Magill did commit suicide. Chief Sheets Steps Down. Salt Lake City. Chief of Police Qi A. Sheets tendered his resignation on Wednesday, and turned over the otlh to Captain John B. Buiiiidge. who will be acting chief of police until Sheet's ueccssor is appointed. The decision Df Chief Sheets to resign was made after u onnaMll mi Inn his u tOroey. The resignation is the eulmin ation of nearly a year of adverse crltl rism following the McWhlrter robnery of Sept. 19, 190fi. the charge be ing made that Sheets "stood In" with the bunko men - LIMIT HAS BEEN REACHED. Europeans Butchered in Morocco by Tribesmen Who Burn Village. On the pretext that they Tangier were displeased with the harbor work-- , three tribes on Wednesday raided Casablanca, one of the chief seapoi f Morocco, and massacred the rial he The guards and seven Europeans. "ther Europeans in the city, togethci ''Ith a numhci of Jews, took refuge Ml a German ship, which had arrived iere The French cruiser Galilee tailed for Casa Manes upon receipt of he news.