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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - January 6, 1905, Salt Lake City, Utah                                WEATHER SALT LAKE FRIDAY JANUARY 12 PAGESFIVE NO TRIAL FOR BISHOP TALBOT Presenters Withdraw the Due to Change in Church Laws and Repudiation by Still Believe Scandal Should Be n tut Will Drop In quiry for Policeman Killed In taMfitfc Thief In Attempting to Arrest Former Con vict Patrolman Lost His and Three Men Were present ers of Bishop Ethelbert Talbot of the Cen tral Pennsylvania diocese of the Protest ant Episcopal who have not re pudiated the paper Sited against to night formally withdrew the charges writing made against the bishop b friends the de posed They reserve the right to present new ciiunres in The document handed to president of the board of lato by Frederick Jeu After reading the withdrawal Bodlne said The charges against the bishop of Cen tral Pennsylvania having been withdrawn by the it has been hoped that arrangements may be made whereby a meeting of the board of Inciulry could be A3 this has been found imprac the meeting will take as directed by the presiding at 10 on January at Letter of The withdrawn is dated January 2 and to Bishop to whom a copy has been The document begins by saying that all the signers to the pres ent paper Knew the contents anu the pur pose at the charges In and enumerates the charges as follows to wit A criminal Im to wit False Breach of ordination and consecration Conduct unbecoming a the document says We are in possession of such proof as is in Tuibqt upon are suffi cient to put the accused bishop on his The charges were formulated in order that the manifest scandal in the church uid the disgrace of the office of Bishop Ethelbert Talbot should be in quired by tha board of In the und belfaf that the board would direct the church advocate to pre pare a presentment to be signed by such ot the hoard as agree Change in The paper then snys that since the board ot inquiry was appointed the church canons have been changed that u bishop cannot be tried for breach of his consecration nor for conduct unbe coming In the canon existing when the charges in writing were these offenses were among those for which a bishop could be The the were eentito Miller ot n request to procure signatures After the names ot the signers had been the paper Irvine learned through the newspaper that the signers had repudiated the the withdrawal says Upon Investigation the upon in formation given to at least of the Huntingdon sigHers desire to withdraw their names from the VTe do not know the attitude of the other For all these reasons we cannot go be fore board of we withdraw our names the In writing heretofore delivered to you as presiding Ought to Be In thus withdrawing our action must not be We again reiterate that we signed the charges In believing that they should and ought to be finally and abso lutely settled by a proper Inquiry and The withdrawal concludes by askins Ifbefore any further charges In writing are made against Bishop Tal he Bishop Talbot shall make a request In the mannefr provided In the canons of the church frr a board of In quiry to Investigate reports or charges in circulation affectinghis moral or religious thenand In that event we furnish to the proper per or the proofs we would have produced before the board of Inquiry or dered by The paper le signed by Frederick Jen Lord Hubert William Wilson and Richard Although Gllbertson signed the he issued a statement tonight dis avowing any further connection with the LEAVE FOR EUROPEAN person was another WUB mortally wounded and two others were wounded less seriously today during an attempt by the police to capture Harry a brother of former Pugilist Kid now in the Harry Feinberg was wanted in connection with the shoot ing of a policeman several months and also In connection with a number of Policeman James Keefo and Richard Birmingham encountered Felnboru today at Twentyfifth place anl Wallace Without warning fired twice at his wouldbe The pollcimoii promptly returned the During the fusillade was struck and slightly enter ing the policeman In the housp three moro shots wero fired by lodging in Keefes Keft fell to the dying almost Saloonkeeper Frank Gagan also was In the excite ment Feljiberg escaped from the but was captured trailed by blood in the He was taken directly to and Saloonkeeper Gagan was put under Both Felnberg and Ga gan were convicts together at Jollet peni REPUBLICANS ARRANGE PLAN Colorado Legislature Acts Will Declare Adams Elected by Fraud and Seat SHUT OUT BY TIME LieutenantGovernor Opposes This Procedure and There Mjay Be Contest Over DOWNBUT CAN HB HOLD Discovers the Sixth Satellite of Jupiter Montana Clerk Unable to Comply Courts officials who have charge of the election returns for Silver Bow county until they will be able to comply with the order of the Supreme court Issued last night comroand inu Recorder Gllroy County Clerk the special dians of the ballots of precinct to produce the ballots in the Supreme court The ballots were ordered produced bv the Supreme court Iri the contest eases Involving the District Judjfeships insti tuted by Peter the defeated can the or socalled Recorder refused to shlu ballots because no expense money was in while Waught not notified of the Supreme courts order in time to ab stract the returns of the precinct on which the contest hinges from the vaults ot the Clerk before the time locks preventing access to the ballots until to morrow morning at 10 BIDS FOR FUEL Colorado Inture will begin to do things When the joint session ot House and Sen ate Kas dissolved at thta afternoon all the political preliminaries to the canvas sing of the vote for State ofllcers had been swept When the Legislature convenes tomorrow morning the decks be the battleflags will be and In both House and Senate ninety nine gunners will be standing by an equal number of oratorical siege guns pre pared for The procedure favored by those mem bers of the Legislature who believe that Peabody was elected by a majority of the votes legally east la as follows When the votes are and as It Is admitted they will that Adams poaaeiSea a majority of about to declare him elected on the face of but to accompany this declaration with the statement that his legal majority Is a matter of doubt because of BTOSS frauds perpetrated at the To Refer to A motion will then made to refer the matter c a which will report not later than Should this com mittee declare that such frauds were com mitted in ninetynine precincts of the city of Denver to in its opin the election in those and this report be adopted by the nlnetvnine precincts will be thrown I and the returns tvin show majority 1 for who will then be de Perrica of Lick Observatory Reports the Hud by ICeans of CroBsley TUNNEL SIX MILES SAX Perrlne of Lick Observatory hus just discovered a sixth satellite of Jupiter by of observation with tho Crossley Early December he found ou photo graphs of the region immediately west ot Jupiter the Image of an unknown body which changed Its position from night to This week he secured observations which enabled him to determine whether this wau new satellite or one of the It Is certain that the body Is revolving around the planet Last nlgrht It was 45 minutes of arc due west the iind the distance Is elowly de The moon is on the fourteenth magnitude or slightly brighter and needs telescope or ten or twelve Inches in di ameter to observe Trie orbit cannot yet be Tho satellite Is flye or six times further away from the plan et than the outermost of the five others Its period may be from sic to eight The four very bright satellites dis covered by Galileo m The faint fifth 0110 was discovered by Barnard In 1892 with the Lick The fifth and sixth satellites are of approximately ths same SIX YEARS FOR Kan to Irrigate Acres From the Gunnisou Secretary of the Interior today signed a contract for the construction In the vicinity of Mont roso and of a tunnel six miles longthrough a rWifa separating the Guunteon river from the UncomnahKre about acres of which is to be Irrigated by watei frum the This which Is In connection with what la known as the UneompahKro valley project of the Government recla mation was awarded last Oc tober to the TaylorMoore Construction company of whoso 000 bond haa been Thacontract Is for bonus being allowed for completion before April and a penalty Imposed In case It is not com pleted by that The tunnel IB to have a crosssection of approximately ten and a half feet In width by eleven mid a half feet in and will he filled with when discharging Us full capacity of 1200 cublo feet per to a depth of about ten Utah May Figure in Land Frauds Investigation to Be in States and Iiispec tors Now at THE PRESIDENT FAVORSFORESTS Addresses Shows Vital Relation of TreeLift to Great In Rate of Timber Destruction Inevitable Famine in NO DECISION AS TO BAIL District Attorney Falls to Hand Brief in 2an Pattersou v Bios were opened at headquarters of the reclama tion today for furnishing 000 barrels of fuel oil for the Roosevelt and will be referred to Washington for the There were various propositions Including oil at tho supply or delivered at Roose at Meaa City and the near est railroau points also on the wagon V The lowest at the supply ciiut was by the Union Oil at 0 010 cents a barrel at Toe owest bid of oil delivered at the dam ias by Eager Ixis An of The lowest for delivery at fesa City by the Associated Oil sail was The lowest on haul The cost of railroad freight to he If the oil Is bought In hn apparently will he the determiri When argument for the release of Nan Patterson on ball was heard yesterday by Justice Oreen In the Supreme court the Justice reserved decision until and re quested trie attorneys to submit This morning J ustlce Greenbaunv In formed Abraham counsel for Miss that hn liau no briefs from the District Attorneys and therefore could render no deifeion until By Special to The Inquiry Into the alleged land and timber frauds In the mountain States Is to be a most thorough Special officers are now at work In several and the net which has been spread is expected to be iinusu nlly well lilled when It Is hauled It Is Intimated that Utah will figure in the Inspectors are working and every Indication is that prominent persons will be Recorders In the counties in the Several have been requested by the Interior department to furnish the cators on many hind and timber and to whom the claims have been It Is said that names were used In making itnd several other schemes were successfully worked by tha Roosevelt was special session of the A ry congress held this National The President panted by Secretary LoeU arrived thtater promptly at 3 lie corted to tlie stage arid ashwi appeared before Jjntnerise which nileil every part of the leople received theater ehestm Secretary sion and Extends Compliments of but Chairman and Cortelyou to Be Qone Soren Cor chalrmaii of the National Republi can and Cortelyou left here this eveningfor a seven weeks trip to southern Cortelyou expects to return to Washington in time for the Immigrati of President and will enter upon his duties as PostmasterGenera Immefllately for Missouri JEFFERSON Thomas chairman o the RsnubHcan State central committee tonight was nominated by the caucus o Republican legislators for United States Senator to succeed Francis Cockrell nomination Insures his Mr Nledrlnghaus Is a manufacturer of St Attacked by Rrlt Consuls residence outside this cit attacked by Insurgents during th t of Janiwoy Arvve th MUST PAY ANYWAY Owner of Hail Box Has No Bight to Letters Without Hall of this city has a ruling from the Gov ernment which Is of Interest to every community where the rural free delivery is In A local carrier found n a mallbox on his two letters were intended for the ownec of the box anel had been put there by one n The letters were find sent to the Government at Washing with a request for a The jovernraent approved the of the carrier and saW that all mall found In any box without stamps or the proper amount of money for postage must be collected and taken to the postofflce from which the route Is operated and held for This ruling means that the owner of the mailbox has absolutely no control over LOCKED IN Wealthy Chinaman Pays Penalty for His by a jury in the United States District court on a charge ot having attempted to Import a Chinaman Into tho United States in vie of the Chinese exclusion Lam a wealthy Chicago was today sentenced to two years In the House of Correction and fined Chee was arrested after the body of Leong Dick was found frozen In a refrigeratorcar at nearly a year It was shown at the trlai that Lam Chee had negotiated with Lcong with the end In view of having the nephew brought to The bo was placed In a refrigeratorcar at Wind hot waa accidentally locked nnd when the car was opened at SC Ixjuls the boy was found frozen to Indicates of Ship and life buoys marked Kdith and Mary Glas hsve been off MarysThey belong to the Iron bark of that name which left Ascension Septem ber 1 for Johns Is now 113 days It Is feared she was lost on Cape Marys with her whole prob ably ten Lectureship for Secretary of NKW FKJiigp at Tale university for the year 1906 will be filled bj appoint ment of Secretary of This which Is one of the most Important at wss Thefirst the choice of a presiding the rules the officer of the shall take precedence the Speaker of the House when the two bodies sit It Is knowriVthat Haggott Is of the opinion that the courtsare the proper place for the adjustment of polit ical and an effort may lie made to Induce or force him to give way to Speaker who is favored by members of the Legislature who believe that the contest between the rival oates for the Governorship should be set tled by the Legislature Republicans Hold A long caucus was hed this afternoon by the Republicans prior to the afternoon session of the One element was In raver ot proceeding at once with the canvass and of postponing the celpt UL Governors message until It was finally the canvasa over until 10 oclock tomorrow The Senate put the matter squarely up tothe House by sending In to that body v resolution providing for a joint session to canvass the vote at this The notification of the passage of the resolution was not given to the House until after 3 and it was accepted by Ahe with the amendment that 10 oclock tomorrow be substi for the canvass instead of this Harper of the House was then sent to inform the Senate that the House was prepared to enter Into joint session for the purpose of hearing the message of of the The read by the for the most with recom mendations concerning and reaorts from the various State On the subject of the militia he touched referring the Legislature to executive report of Sherman which was so the Governor that iie could not attempt to epitomize On the question of the message was as follows The fraudulent conduct of elections un der our present system demands your Im mediate and concerted In a gen eral It seems sufficient to say that a modern primary and registration law should be enacted and the advisability of Introducing voting machines should be In sorrow we must admit lhat the elective especially In has been sadly misused and pros A patient people protest and these outrages shoula be The Governor recommended considera tion of a constitutional amendment pro viding for compulsory and urged the abolishment of the present Arbitration as it Is without power to enforce Its As to On the labor the after urginc the adoption of a reasonable etghthour aaJd Early In my administration a certain organization known as theWestern Fed eration of claiming public consid eration under the name of whost officers and those In direct charge of Us management are reckless attempted toferment trouble In sev eral Industrial sections of to tho end that that particular organization should have recognition In the operation and management cf the millo and wherever located In the State which efforts culminated In the arbitrary calling of the most causeless vinjustinabte and strikes ever known in this or any other cotrntrv Believing that my duty to the people of this State lay Jn protecting life And property In advance of I pro ceeded to stop the unlawful rf this reckless band of Suffice It to law and vras and prosperity Immediately I recommend the ot an set hy your honorable body prohibiting boy unfair lists or othirr Interference with the lawful business or occupation of and provide A suit able penalty and today submitted to the a proposed amendment to the fixing terms for the President at nix and maWns him The text of the amendment followa The executive power shall vested In a President of the United who shall hold hli office during a term ot six years together with the Vlce Presldent chosen term be elected as provided In article 12of the amendments tii the v The President shall forevar be Ineligible to a reelection nor shall any ell to an election to the Presidency who has served as President under any provided In toe rconsttu tion in the or In pursuance there CRUM tO BE Senator Tillmans Objections to South Negro of So AralL Senate Committee on Commerca authorized a report on the nomination of Cruni to collector at port of of the nomination has been opposed for three sessions of bjr Senator Tillman on the groundthat a colored man Is objectionable to of who conduct bustness the Charleston Crum Is filling the position of collector on a third recces and the he will now be con firmed by the despite the objec tions of Important Shipping the terms of the deal which was completed here today four of tho steamships belong ing to the AlaskaPacific Navigation company operated the run between this city anil Valdcz passed the hands of the Northwestern Commercial the purchase price being The deal is considered of much Importance by local shipping men Earthquake in MEXICO slight earth quake was felt in the remote districts of the State of this morningAt Ometepec the shock was feturito petition bait nothand Justice Greenbaum Informed MrLevy that he would take the matter under and that he would not hand hie declBloiv before BURLESQUES ADES College With Enthusiasm by Irge NfiV Jan College a burlesque on one of George new offer which the Weber and ZeiffieKl company gave at Its Broadway theater A large au dience received the psjody with much en Marie cast as Time a and Joe Weber as a were fitted with that gaye good opportunity for fun and both were heartily Audrey Charles Angeles and other membura of the cast were also given an enthusiastic wel WOMEN TO SERVE German Deviree to Pass LAV Like Jtilitery Statute tor 5 A number of repre paper ere discussing with all7 seriousness proposition of Hllsicker of that women ba called upon to serve the State one after ihe analogy of military of The majority do not go as far as Hllsicker In demanding compulsory pointing out that the cose but suggesting that a year of voluntary service might have many advantages especially educational and The it Is could utilise women In army public nurseries and also to train In the household ROYAL WEDDIKG The principles upon which I stand and which oaused to tahs this are that the righto of every citizen to enjoy life and liberty and the right to ervJoy and pro tect his are Inherent anr Inde The right of tho working man to sell hlx labor to anyone wishing to pur chase It for lawful purposes Is equally his Inherent has undisputed right to organize and to csase either as Individuals or no an organiza for sjch reasons as may seem to themselves ratlsfactory but when they attempt to prevent others from perform ing the samo or to prevent the em ployers from others to carry on his their actions are unlawful and cannot be There has been so far no Indication of gny violence or trouble likely to come from either the canvassing of the vote or the declaration of the final Both and Republicans insist that everythinK will pass oft The sole prophet to the contrary was Repre sentative who with comic objected to a railing being placed across the three archways In the of tlw Fnswen railing with the Idea of protecting the nwmbers In the rear nmti from the crowding by Representative who stts In the laet declared e wished no mll Ing hfe There may things doing in this room before he and I may want to get out The roatof laughter that followed ItapoMd 9 Cities of Prussia to Crown Prince Frederick joint wedding gif of 100 cities of to Crown Frederick William and the IJuchess Ce of Mecklnnburff on the occasion of to which Invitations were out hy a committee of Mayors yes will represent about 1 cent apiece from each Prussian city The present will be a silver tabie service for flftv nersons nnd of more than a tliougam pieces of original costing or more than the similar gift to the imperial pair In GfonsOardntr SAN match between Joe Gana and Jimmy Oerdner scheduled to aice place In this city on January has been declsjed Gard ener wired his refusal to saying ho had a flght on In Denver on As a substitute for this event Irrankli Nelll ot this city and Tommy Murphy o Philadelphia have agreed lo meet at ban tarn Ocean UMT Hamburg American liner Print Adalbert from Ge Palermo with passtn gors and a general Is reporter aground In Now York lower Th vessel struck Shortly after 1 oclork thl morning in the wash channel near Ro mor ws issafcifc up MIKADO DINES cock and Miss Hitchtiock aridWirvMor timer the LUC occupied On the prominent members of the Fbieatrjciconv In vho was made no simply ivvxVqdvitiiJB i Roosevelt as tlie United After the subsided the President upoke Emperor I gave the American Forest by rl Is without parallel In the For tttif The Emperor welcomed with he usual the fimmon and oasted he respective sovereigns ented athfti the Belgian of the diplo matic replied behalf of the Katsura on behalf of offered curto mary hopes for tha Imperial and Nation al There was noofficial men tion of the PROBLEM PLAY BoberU Hew by TacomsJ Authors TrlaL nlght production of Pauline a problem written by Alice Smith of in collaboration with Lucius by Florence Rob erts and her at the Tacoma this drew a packed The play Is problem play that deals with the Inexorable fate of tha woman who has The interest well sus tained throughout and tha production was received with that at tl SPLIT SONS HEAD Horrible Accident JTearly Cram IVther of Baby split ting ivwxl today Frederick Sopper brained his fouryearold The child swinging about a post near BoaT1 Tne little fellows arm slipped and he fell striking fsxe downward on the chopping block just as the ax was brought down with heavy The bltde sunk into the boys crosswise of the Jle died three hours The father Is al most erased with GILLESPIE FOUND Life Sentence for Jfnrder of His RISING SUN Gil with his and and Myron was ln for the murtjcr of his twin was found guilty tonight and sentenced to life The other defend ants are still to be Miss Elisabeth Glllespie was shot and killed While within the parlor of hor prtparlnff to entertain a womens literary dividual Ion caNeda UBcrsof to consider how conservatlmm hopeful powUls the fereat t had long viur re I atlonto t he fcrea t United and forts both suffered from that of lodHSerennt and a whteh i settled untU settled cannot settled which brine that not from the not and public sen general but from 7 and Interest meo to trie forest is Important f rod point of and Interest is concrete Instcadof abd power of UM pul but In nnsl testlt of the I nd ot country more than anything etoe will whether or not our to This ig true Krecter ot all our Into the hands of forest directly or which will to hold hut only u and its wen wilt The t of this CMMNM cornea from the fact tlw movement for tte corwerraUre 5SB of forest is to come from ironi without from the men who trefce tlvely Interested In thr if if tnci fimst In one way or from those whose interest Is phtluithrayte snd The difference between asara agitation actual the of accomplishment and tbe i Ws believe at IssL Didnt in Somewhere In ihfe streete of tha downtown unnoticed by thousands of is J1SOO In wrapped In ordinary brown paper and around with a small dealer In is the He did not trust Tor Endowment The to ttirvrrow win say plans are betnc wwrke out uuonR tumni of Harrard for rnislnic of permanent endowment of the fund for the university of At least while of those Interested hope it may reach in Secretary of the Treasury today transmitted to House an nstteMte froas Minister Co set In motion which will convert distant prospect ofthe conservation of UM forest by wise wee Inio compiuhsisnt of nad this mosthopeful and slcRtftcact f coming together of this tlw sufficient place of the forest the any nation is fartoo large to be deacrT in time at my TMs Is tlculsrly trae of its place The great transportation of are them vitally and immediately upon or grAss trow The manufacturing whether or not which directly their finished are tt less UM those whosv conneeUon wtth tt Is and Is an IndlspecmMe of matertai strjjcture upon which tJon and civilised life upon ths We use but For alUiough consu less wood and relatlrely brick or cement in certain inxmnOles once the yet in every which I white UM relative is less acttial increase amount of wood used is very the consumption of wood to is far larger than it wsa covery of the art of ITM becaioe rastly 10019 ships are er sxipplles of building lumber directly or t the construction of the brick and sterna of great than were consumed by Uw tirely few an bulldlncs in UM same suMtltoted for wood ta may that t tM mand for wood wM net ttmln steadily It is a vast demands of the future upon are likely to be larer of Ms   

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