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' i ; .Ml niA'(iKisiiilSiiLi wif 'oo; io:o . ' oo e o " q- -, h RR n PFATH u "iilu uuiiii- ' ' JUT Woman Admits- Receiving $7000 for Keeping Crime Secret. - SAYS MAN ARRANGED ALL. POISON DETAILS ' o. o. 0 o Slain Girl Was Common-LaWife of Official Causing : Murder. w . FBAXCIV Mar . Tmlir Kliinrianl HI miner I'nm. for pany Offers $375,000 ix 'WTIronKoom. DIRECTORS HAVE ACCEPTED OFFER Stockholders Asked to Ap prove of hale at Meeting April 16. 1ft. Miwiin;-eotpay-- " . 1 .con-'Bclen- . lld ... nt It lable !erty Into ceara jetan IIM Jill 111 .' 11 ' ' 11 NOT GUILTY OF 11 THOMASJONE- S- fl Thomas Jones, 4fli died at his vieks ag(i nna n alleged charge of honiptMH TnoTntn'anfriOTTrom selling ismtleg whisKey was found au attack of heart failure. Mr. Jones was formerly employed hot guilty when his case was tried ho AmlcrsongitrB'ger- - ivheremT before tbrfyfflJTues-claf had worked fo'r two . and afternoon. " - years.-.- . The complaint against Bctehard Yesterday noon he left the garage under-cove- r nuin for hls hoffie and was taken ill but was issued by ah direetioif of the under the working was not serious, the doctor said : b(ft he buffered., a relapse which federal 'prohibition office in Salt ' Lake City. 'can sett his death. y Boshard showwl through the . Tie is survivtKl by his wife, four " of his wife and his son that be children. was at home on the evening the alleged sale was said by the complaining witness- to have taken place. Several character witnesses testified for Boshard among whom were his father and mother.: -- tt Tryilf one-hal- y X testl-inon- . KIWANIS CLUB x " LUKGHEOiN 51 "iiflhe ICiwaliis Dison will speak TuTrlniiefl day," March T9r 12 :3Q o'cl(ckp7-ft-r in the Hotel Koiierts. Senator Dixon has as his snjeet, "The Doings ?ud rndoings of wState Legislature." A jpjiort of the new ideas gathered at Eureka will by the F INQUEST 1 prize, y Relations ANGKLES, NOMINATIONS-SENISENAT- E IS. was held today (l',P.)-An..inqne- of his mysterious death. The inquest was ordered following an autopsy said to have revealed the famous war hero died from a serum administered by mistake at a doctor's office. Sergeant Prebon died suddenly Sunday after' treatment; tor nervous disorder. attending- physician, Dr. Walter V: Brein, refused to sign his death certificate and the funeral was held up Monday. .i!or;torr..FranH A. Nance .said today that I)r, Brenr had apparently administered the poison by mistake. It bavlng been contained in the same kind of a .bottle as that used for medicine previous given Drvlwn:-- " - March' 18. (I'.P.) Iresident CwiHdge .today out to the senate the following nomination for confirmation .before . the senate adjourns: William J. IWnovan, New Tork, to lie. assistant to the attorney fhf)maaTT"WaodIock. New Tork. to be a member of the inter' " BELfS HADE The " conference "of state commerce commission.-- " 7 F. Booth AVillii(.m of MinneaiMilis the "little entente" powers has lcen' and Arlia S. 'Van Valkenbiu-gl, of postponed from March 20 to Missouri; to lx United States cirwhen the delegates will meet , cuit Judges for. the eighth circuit. at Bucharest. WASHINGTOX, gen-.er(- 4V TMarch - I I I h inid-Apri- " a - ; ... I ; , 'i 'I v' VUKUtK i tfi ' ' J1 'J z t 'i v ' . fy' Vivil4i'-- , i I !."- - The summer quarter faculty at the Brlghain Voting university Is to .yffrpirnmfilargcKt"ln the history of "IrelTherdr'tais" interview how- Ifisi iHiKpiclons Nmmiher fichools at that iBstltutlon. Besidit the regular teachera who were aroused, bow hforced the will remain at the plant for the . Investigation, the', opposition summer quarter, there will be more met efr Jind ridicule ..tUft' b' men fid women of nathan twenty forts, bis iM'rjdstcnce in the face tional and sectional Importance who if the virtual clearing of. Shep. will give regular courses and , herd, by 'city chemists, and the fiimi .. effort walih hroughtX " The faculty has Just lieen ar.atbirilt thii Indict nieut . ranged and 'announced by Hugh M. V)lward, dean of the summer By EDWARD ('. I)ERR. Their names and the dequarter. (I nitcd I'iis Htaff Ccfrmpondjnt) partments in which they .will teach, (CcpjTlght, 1925, by I nitcd Prceti.) follow ' : I'll MMkiXh Jdarh IS, "A masteY-pEraukll Stewart Harris, Ph. DM in the art of murder baa been the .utitvCTPlTy; president rtettPHl Uhi the undetectable erime GeorgQ, H. "llrlmhall, D. Re I)., Is solved", Judge Harry Olson told Lk, Press the 1'nited today as be sat in of ! . new -- theology. bis office and M; WKwlward. Ph. I proHugh evidence he plans to give to the , of state in the jirosecutlon of William fessor of philosoiihy dean of ihe summer stsj'.ou. I). Shepherd oil the charge of tilling Adam S. Bennlon, Ph. D.. or "millionaire Billy of church schools,rofc8-so- r fortune.. his for phan", f religious education.. one cane of the "I xouslder this SwenwrnSl. Ajirotessor mwt diahoHcal murder pbita of th . J.ifcij ftnrf sociolog.v, v. of efsinoiiilt-age," Judge Olson declared.' Cb fli'U's K. Ma w, M. S, Pli. I., think wag conceived "The plot, IM'ofeMsair of cheinlsfry. 17 years ago Jw4 f Ph. D., pn frsiior niother died, My brother, Dr. Olson, .toi rtstaleniNii, , dean hlstory and political wieiu-ehud suspected Shepherd fof a long of the coll(ge of arts and sciences, time. However, I paid comparativeE. H. Eastmond, B. Pd., professiir ly little attention to the doctor's re- of art. marks because I thought perhap Edward II. IIolt'.'B. Pd.. scwrtary UmwoimiI dhdUie fip Sheitherd proiutof rTic"e practof faculty, profi-sao- f ' cd him. '' Hay-- - elabmntir costumes nie . -- Park-- : Corlls, Viiate Jones, Florence and Beth Erickson, ini- - ."There's a" jubilant 'group of. employes around the. postoffice the'se days." Wlial's ir'nlLaliLlUlZLilskil a reporter, not ciiHtcIv fnmtltnr with Ihe- recent events mid was "posted'-- ' on the subject Jiy the post- mastei'. -- 'JI jjiguifiomt- atiswer given by Jiilm Mct.iuir . ."The neV law," ranlinue l Mr. "to 'go into effect A'rl IS, raises tlie postal rates f,,r piac- tb'nlly. all (lasses or mail ;inil con-i-- ! 'inelitly benefits the gmplnye. The arrival' of the first- tmns check is "cvpousiiiie ior uie snuiis goo.i heer chaiBrteristk' of tbe ;:ost.iffir.e ' :,ri'n fuesi' .la,- -. " - j p I j - True, there is no ciiiu wilhout some loss mid while the postal force rejoice fit their good fortune eei" united lovers find it necessary to send fewer love missives or must dispense with soniK oilier luxuries. ' tn bui.mce Affmifl, ems look' fairlr well. ing litiui iu rags, found asleep' on" n s Identified as the pnrk bench.-waGENEVA Belai ma has notified German Prime Alevnnrli r Uolieie The Ti'iiguiiof Million's tlfusnii IritieTJcbtingpu 'when arraigned in of nu intermitKtnal conferpolice court. lie proliuhlj wline ence to discuss measure tojiwwiif ' y deported. nnd cure sletsiim jJylguiTsjj. Rack-nw- n - FIRE HAZARDS WITHIN FIPvE j . CfflPPROGRAM Scout Caravan to Bryce's Canyon. DISTRICT TO BE REMOVED The Provo .citv fire' lepartineiit sibiiity, savs the nmvor. It Is the awl lU!lbi!g.ingpeet(,i iA. A. X.oy.e-- , Iw (I .'6L Jlsi-c- i vieJt,i!'k cwiiaiUiee "The big feature of tlie reunion Trf fiaye "Cflmideff TnnsrverTji I that the neonle will oil 'their own former resident a" of Wasatch county fire hrtziyds In accordance with JiuiresptiiwiliUity. rcniov old outhouse to lie "held in the Fourth ward reiueii oi ine general committee on vucuterl barns, Abandoned dwellinii:', amusement hull on Wednesday. even wiic w'k, .according to' the "Mayor ami miy other fire traps. K ucti aclug, March 25 will be the first class O. K. Hansen. They found within tion, it is pointed out 'by the comluiich such as the W'asatchers ab the fire tone that t hero were several mittee, will serve two purposes. It old whops and building, which con- - nil! not onlv k move a menace to wnys have when they 'congregate. ' The reunion will rimimeuee . ill stjlnte fire hazards and slepiw ill ff,nfetj but i'ljiid gredlly in. beiUL-6 ;.'!() o'clock with a handshake and tie taken, according, to the inn wr, to tlfying I lie city. a renewing old friendships Lunch see that they are removed. The ire "Provo Heauiiful", can never be zone consists uf that part of thtmity reaik-ewill Je. served .aLrJj3.ifdiu.-kmilcw eai h Following the proerarh diiuclng will within the boundary: of First East) come to the aid of tlw city fathers . ... ,." V"' - g , PR0VOUIGH4 r iwied-et- Page Two. r COAL MINERS . 1 -- . ARE VICTIMS MARCH 0FEXPL0SION t Thrce'Men Arrested on eti-iv:- e ik "thief of B;imr ' mite in Mine. "'TV .'XX'."X'::: X rAlllMONT, W. .Va March '.S. ft'. P. Ten hours after last nigiu's I explosion in Bethlehem mill No, 11, ut JiiiiTaeksviUe near here, wwue worlinn's had penetrated one tulle v the wovkingA without flrdtng rny trace of the 81 men entombed. officliils if the bureau of lniiH" M ota hi ,lwt tUaMheaien-hia- 1 Thev rstinted out that the trapped .workers- .were If they" were not ea ught . In the fon-- of the exilloshm" '.Key would at once" brattice off fl sectioVi to protwt thews4U' fTl,m Iesilte denHtt b.iuine officials that the explosion was; caused ny dvnamite planted In the mine, Sheriff Itiggins. arrested three men tdav on suspicious character charges. xThese meu it.ls'saldv were hired recently. and were the lust to leave-ththe explosion. Tlie'story'ls"' that ofTyoung It.workings M. Lamble, chief of the V est cnuple bet rotjied l'fore they have Of mines. rtet. Each objects to the arrange Virsluia department wrid-n- ot tu.tha ! lwisrdiguvsa-ment and-th- e bnttecroolflTrinrrai ,futui-wife be-- clrtise of the explosUrfl- He said resj terminus- to see his Lore he mrries . As In the case cue Worli was progressiiig rapidly in comwlies, after many auinsiug in- and the eon rubers wlicfe the men are should be reuehed unwind and lielieved trapiH-f - cidents 'the- threads ' soon. everyone turns out Inipisy. t he-a- Sus--pici- oLPlacing; Dyna- -- fire-tr.-i- m - STAGE OPERA to-tl- Kl , i . - -- , i . whs iinaiikiionsly, decided to conduct' a camping program for 1!2fi .similar to that, of last year, iiicltid-inan fltlviinee wont caravan to Bryce canyon. Each columuuity.or district is to furnish transportation for its scouts. scour To iw eligible for this triii.-must become first Class between March 1. and- - May2V undrrniwho we.re first das scout s'liefote MnrcTi must lie awarded at lcnst five ' merit badges before May 20... 18-19 The scouts are to take their food and do their own cooking for the entire trip. ; A reuistnition blank tnitsMie tiT the ltnnds of the camp ' BuIImiIXji. cjluiie opera, will be director fore Mav 25. - A 'snminer. yeont rinining cumMs presented bv the music department Provo tilth school to b conducted In four different of the lS..aud ueuk une lu council, pan. ofjhe 1!), In the high school auditorium.' and the of .northern iuHr intral "Those in charge have. spared Tjfi parts and two weeks iu t he fcojdhu fo make IhA prortHHVVf Wfr parr. of the most elaborate given liy'a ""The tiinc when the scouts will high school," siiid Eruept piixmuu, tcavr fnrnhe Tlifforent camps are : director. "The total excuse is gobble "4ek ciui'viui,- - July STt.Kl" 'Ninety "iitstumes cnitvoii,. J nl v 1,1; Payson have bcev made especially for the can von Julv a and Provo Hi. Von, (HTiision. except the. special Purls Jtilv 27. Anv rcclsft.'ri'd troop niay kowii worn liy the dancer. This ihi- Jiiiu the ciimjUhev c1jjksc regnrdless is.rted Paris creation, made of reiill of locntloiif but they, must lie reg- Krench luce ami silk flowers, cost istered bv"..Tune" 15, Wo thui printer 41Ht. Elaborate wigs and knights eistuities worn by the men. are sie- arr;inge.ncnis may lie made. Jtteowiectioat; wi i hthttijiiiHiwLlnt attweiotrtreeiitertiilninentr ifi. iucluding choru Hie pmsraiu. an Jr.ugle tliglit to sojue' traiu- lakes; will be held and owhestra.-eonlnim(Jriindaddy This hike is for- - ed "voices. ' Oertrude Reynold August S to 14. Eagle scorits and scout lenders only. and Me Paxmiiu '"emphasized the Tins will eight .trip into the excellent tenijiyiork of srMip. "Th" actios is effectively Stiir wildest part of I'tah, at ihe approximate cost of 7.50 per Eagle. vls(.(i liy Mls Mary Woolcy, and the diiucing. Umictl b.V Miss Anna Marie Eggertsen is. indwd, praise, worthy." .said Mr. I.'HXiinrii. Tbrohgb popular rvtpiest the OiUimbia Sooth and Kirst- North streets. en(T,.iiiis tlie ciuumiltte.- -, rttH'ided to clwfwri ;thwrcr"hnR' . NAIROBI.- - East Africa The correction of inenacin condi. Sixty-fou- r The ptejtlitMr foday mind sctusd childn-tribesmen Were, killed . when tious withiug this zone is within au- of the cuimnftteeincn 'is on useless and Thursday aftrrnwui fighting between the Oaden and thority of th city "commission, but barns, outbuihfinirs, fenees and i 4:13 o'clifck of the noted ple Herti - warriors was resumed In outside of that stone the citizens andutjsi .litly blotches on the J ture. "The Thief of IWifdad.'i ?uhulflnd. , v themselves nmt assume Jtbe rApoii- - landscape. l ', A r' ' ".' ' . The camping" committee of th. Timpaiiugi.'s Hoy Swuts of Anterh-a- r ha forinulatcd the sumuter'a camping program, according to A. A. 'if "' ice,' . "The first thing I did after BiUy ' (;ary V. Eyrltig, M. A., B. I'd., prodieil was t call in my son, Sanford, fessor oi physics amh mathematics, who had had long talks wiSi my f- - the college of applied dean brother, Sanford said the doctor told science. .., 7 him Vepc'StcfflyXthiifBilly-- would B. F, Cumhiliigs. A. B., professor never come into the hut of modern languages. M".- '- D. XEaTnTrrCarTOtlT'A-.-'lt;- ! -'I decided on a bit" of detective niedlcal diret4r. work. I list in hiring a flock 'of isoti-Hoyt, M. . A., liro' professtroiiiU detectives, I read ' a fessor of- business adtninlstrntion, work ou psychology, "Ihe crowd deah of college of commerce and .ni in il,"i- Yoiuflust nmieuiber 1 ha d husto'tw dmiuiitration.- - Thomas h, Martin, Ph. D., professor of agronomy. (Contiiiued on' Page Slil- Guy 0. Wilson, professor of education, president of L. D. S. university. L. John Nuttall, Jr., M. A., pro-- a Y'ear's Plans Will Include tl:.Anier-i'caii'Eoi- -- TO HAVE EATS ensue: - ";,.' - . - , plot and fit- - SC0UTSJ1AKE JUBILANT A will be conducted in 'Provo by the mem- bers'-o- f the various jvomen's clulis and the businessmen of the city. Mrs. U: B. Pnttrson- has- beeu selected as cuiiirniau oi lue.enin.paign and other committees will within the nescfew da,vr It him been decided that the'wom-(,'u- 's clubs will .coroperate with the clenn-ucommittee., of the "City Bea'uiiful" movement to e conduct ed here during the week of Amil ,.,.,. 1! Tim ,! ui imvo charge of the' art and garden de- lMirtmi'iits of this campaign, accord- ing.to Mrs. Patterson. 'The Spirit, of the Home" cam- psiigu with lectures und deinonstra tioim wuiiewhiit afier the order of the "Better Home'' campaign will be conducted dining May lu to li WASATCHERS a nicdlii(vai uniier-tnteade- iit TIMPANOGOSr IPLOYE- S- Mrs, R. B. Patterson Elected Manager for Provo Campaign TJusJSeason. A" suspicious with ting. I'dm-ntlon- - it-se- Jotin- - liehur' jHirted into Provo iu order that the audience rtiny have lytic, difficulty : in Imagining that they are in Parist the .beautiful,' in the presence (if.nien and women' vho lived fire or nix hundred , years ago. The play1, bowtfet, brr-a,m,itfBn pbiy POSTOFFICE NOW PLANNED BPIUPKST ' . e pioced-togethe- CAMPAIGN IS ..'.'. LeNore AHert - s. Lik practical Joke or was she? The play will answer nil. to be gorgeously ; The piece is Prof. E. II. tflnged mid costumed. EmsTiiiiukI mid the art depurtiuent of .the Iiiighani Young.' university fcave VKiiking for dajs uixsa" the spivial scenery; giirgeo and BETTER H0ME7 , Repwtefs, Assisted . Men Leading State and National Linravelinc Mystery Teachers Augment Present of McClintock Death. r acuity List. D,rPre4iideut-emerltusrprofesw- ftport editor, Carl Hams. liison. REGULAR TEACHERS TO REMAIN AT POST h. Bacoa S9CU'tyedHor7"oriiiar Uim time s .Jjr.. Aftt - Feature editor, 1 i EDITOIi'KNOTK .Chlef Jn- Harry Jjdson of the muiiicK of Wtlllaut D-paLeoiirt, neuK-si- i OURNALISM 8011. 7- - . Ml - The test of an education is its usefulness. During the winter quarter, the jourtialism class pf the BrighamrYoaiig university. instructed by Prof. H. R. Mer- - 4 rill, has been Hjtudying how paper is edited. Witbthis issue of tl ie Kven- T bg Herald it is putting that tlicory into practice; eoUccfipg the news, editing it, Writing heads and placing the articles as they appear, So many minor details appear at the last minute'wtiich do not., correspond with imy rule of can be attained only through practice. The persoraiel'of the staff issuing today's Fuelling Herald.' . . is as follows : City editor. Reed Porter. ' .VssLslant city editor, Leonard J ii tW W M . STUDENTSOF editor, Lyiai j I ULson tii-- - r ..-- TV Mil ni ii ii RIQ i iWin IM i " - e i ,. IM jvicwhhock K SHEPIIIiiiii j . sweet revenge it. would Ite to rasi-al- , siKldenly elevated repeal the true idrtlty of this rthis to great power. Glen Guyman will king of the' underworld. . In those days, for a king to pliiy the part of Villon and 'Jordan think 'was to act, , Accordingly he a piirimchtnl Villon and placed in bis IJust will piny the part of the king. Celestw Johnson will play the role hands unlimited power. TbfcTirodnetitm lo VHHceI"eH,--thThtirwiHy ami f Friday uight of "If I Were King" chanuijig beauty who rcj(cted a will give the audience the story of tbisnralTrsK niBtte- thB'.wilifccf of ward. .'-- A I HP Woodward. after she had fyllen prey to the darts of Cupid, wh'iit ' -J- . wise most Largest Summer School FacDiabolical Murder Plot ulty in History, Says Dean of Aee. lo- r-r - insays ' i- f Would r Your Guarantee The Success LoyalSuDDort .m x ":j.--- y- I Si 1 , f " iJ - 1 '.', - ; committee. over the body of Sergeant 8am J. Ar Bullock: will presi.de at the the "Fishtiwf Jew''" to deluncheon and award the attendance Dreben, If possible, the exact cause termine, ' .,. Inter-Cit- - FORI x : - 'FIGHTING JEW LOS J Ui'-J,?i- - e 5 II One day King Louis 'XI; n Hiking the slums 'in dis- of ' tds giilse, heard was He vagnlond. interesting intrigued by the fellow's un usual and striking personality and was amused - bjr the ituggcstion offered by the 'JVhat "would a chap song. like this do- - if he- were "sud den ly sireit unlimited wwyr Yh the king thought King Henry Happened to be smarting tinder the disdain of a 'onrt teauty.r He conwived tl? Idt of placing this vaga- bond in a powerful position wwin the Tek-grapl- Senator IxBoy ! innriV IN R . 4npt-.,3t- : E o ;b" ;ie - . x" p CE-NT- IViewns Ix EDIT HERALD well-know- n o o bft-.'e-:,- . ": Wlllaiiu Boshard, i e do? would In the twelfth century viium. the king Wtbe underworld of Paris, used q sing, "If I Were Kink J . If I Werc King!" oyer and oer as he (Bit. Ill 1)C Wipe Tip nn? of (hp sluins. .Villon was a striking even however, character, urroiind- among his squalid - BOOTLEGGING PASSES AWAY . a ; I i.m(f " ih.,t positions in the' kingdom, resiHinsi-til- e o: .;MWWWg,- -- r,s BILL BOSHARD II o o; o .;: ;What would fou do if you were king? Jt you' were from the gutter I The board of directors of the Iron btt f BloiisoiH ae' the offer of the Tintic Stand. -Kcuiu-dy,Mrs. 28, Gladys (CP.) ard "Mining coniiiany to w 11 its etrly today confessed to lKnl.detec-tiTe- s pnj)erty for $375,O0ffi according to a dciiilx of murder In Miuae-aimll- g muiuiuukulion sent the stockHoIders fire years ago lu wlikh a girl of the Iron Blossom by J. William s Knight, general manager of the com- was poisoned. s . A tilKh.i)fftdal pr the Minnesota pany. "The company has received a.de- city was responsible for the nirl's Inite cash offer of !75,!0Q from the death, Mrs. Kennedy said; She de JTintle Standard Mining company for rdarcd48lutJiad been harhorlngJeJaJ the eomiwuy's properties--aw- ! tails of the crime nntU her assets," says the letter 'to the stockholders. "This price which Is .forced her to confess.' cents per share" ueTloTlie 37 Mrs. Kennedy was arrested yesteris above the present ttockholders, off a vaRrancy charge. This day market price and in view of the jjnorning she called detectives to her condition of the property, cell and related detuils of the assert- present we think it is a fair and attractive . ed nuirderplut 8he BBtd tbu MllttlCUpoirs city Ixt'ii called A sieclal meeting-hacame to an underground resort 16 to W at the comwhere she was in May, 1020, and for April office In Provo at which the asked her aid in killing a beautiful pany's stockholders will be asked to ratify girl. She refused to help In the plot confirm the action of the board but referred the man to a mule and In making 4hewlet liabliueof the resort, who" arranged of directors The financial report of the comthe poisoning. pany .issued by It. K: Allen, : treasThe slain girVwns the eommon-lushows that the receipts for the Wife of: the city official who urer, lU'U were $4,4ttT.MI, of which " yew ' Mrs. Sought her death, Kennedy $340,007.28 represents the ore sales. said. , ... r The company paid' J50,(XJ0 in diviAfter the polsonfng, the official sent her toJCalifornta, the.corifes-- ' dends during last year. slon concluded and has since paid hcr'$7Ql)6 in hush mouey. IcK-aofficers who interrogated Mrs. Kennedy snid she appeared fenne and had not been drinking. $AN o o - University nlll lirnnl llil UVi ntKonlr r 1 s o HRON BLOSSOM CITY OFFICIAL I : . PRICE TWO , alive. veteran-mfamwa- e lu-r- I I Of-N-ew - . - Industriec?