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M PIONEER GONE
'VtJiI's. Susan Prry of Logan
mn Joins Majority.
jplf APOPLEXY WAS THE CAUSE
Jgfl Stricken Bawn About Sixteen
ciS ' Weeks Ago, at Her H$ma.
.
'!.$ I Second Stroko Followed on Thursday
v Mornincr, and the End Came
j Peacefully.
itai'M. TRIBUNE BUREAU.
""lif ' m Ecc,c,J Building.
tullf Ogden. Jan. 1. I
il'l .Mrs. Su--an Parry, wife of ex-Councll-",an
JosCDn 1n,'ri' died suddenly yoatcr
Sfflk ,,a' at noon apoplexy. The deceased
5$jSpn v. as born In Connecticut !n 1S43, nnd came
TTIr; (o I'tuli I" 1& having resided hero cwr
rfjiM 4mcv -out s'x week3 ago she suffered
IaJK .i i-irako of apoplexy, but had partially
T-rHjBf , r tovircd. After breakfast yesterday
UffJB ' n orniii? nhe was suddenly stricken, and
r i-SIK arortly after expired.
ih$m CRIMINAL COURT BUSY.
iiiCL ES'115 Gets Four Years Hanley
McBs Two Years Geo. Wells Arraigned.
In the criminal division of t'no District
i,YM.' c v, r a large number of matters wcro dls
postJ of by Judge Rolapp. There were
'JtfllK live arraignments and four sentences,
jjpW-f Dan.Hlgglns. a youthful robber, who, to-
tKf Kplhir v;ltM somt' residents of the Tender
iLIn 'oln' athnl"lslcred pomo knock-out drops
131 ,0 'cs '"so" 11,1(1 tnci1 robbed him, was
Isl W sentenced to the penitentiary for four
nU! years. HIk pardner In crime, William
4to; 2 Adam? was sent to tho reform school.
? Albut Hanley was sent to tho pen for
Ata1 J lw "C"i's 'or burglarizing the store of 1.
JIV f L. Clark & Sons Co. Elijah Morrison, his
nil l accomplice, was given ono year in the
I fill -i' l'1"11, H"",py was only released from the
UVi fr "cn a fow days before ho turned tho last
83?j tnck, whlcn sends him back to be tho
H i gucflt Of the State for u couple of years
JH f more .
Bbh v George Wells, the proprietor, of the O. K.
EXfl saloon. R E. IJIckoy and John Monroe
SSg b wire arraigned upon the charge of rob-
Sujg i blpg the Zang saloon on October 20th
mtgtt A nils plcadcil not guilty nnd Illckcv and
Btfllfr Monroe will plead next Saturday. 'Their
gI'r trlnl was set for January 13th
7r ? Information was tiled by District Attor
rj n v Halverson against David Williams and
Wllffl William LaRnse. charging them with
gK, U. burglary, ietll larceny and houso-brcak-
Mm ,- Ing They, were arraigned and pleaded
pl - cot guilty to ull the charges, and
,lM S Hie trial wa3 sot for Januarv llth. An
Mfl i inrormatlon wiih 111-1 against Christian
TH Peterson, charging assault wiih n deadly
L- weapon He was ordered to plead on Snt-
aZVT' Hrda He Is charged with making an as-
fl .f, sault upon John Coffin In Iluntsvlllc about
.i month ago.
tjgir JUDGE HOWELL TAKES ACTION.
jtf
5E-- War Declared on Slot Machines by
District Judge.
m JF'n cc-ordar.ce with the ordinances of
ItuklV P'irfcn City. Judge Howell Issued orders
liyP past evening for the relcnse of the oaloon-JyjgMm-n
who were arrested for having slot
4WKr machines running In their places, upon
,- . -Bf ,hc putting up of a small lino or bail. Tho
j?.JL', following Is the order issued by Municipal
UlEHt -Ul,c:f Howell:
'David Jenten. Esq., Clerk of tho Mu
JKf.l nlclpal court of OKden City. Utah- You
lit !tre 'nftruetel to release all the dofend
2tJfk nnlfi m slot- machine cases upon the dc
fTiitWf ,108l of lno bal1 heretofore llxcd in these
fmjMJk "You are further Instructed to Inform
mmrt 'he defendants that this ball Is for their
tji npponrance In court Monday, January -1,
llSltfv, ll. at 10 a. m
MlK "You alio inform tho defendants
SSlWt- lvat " tnci" 1,0 no appear at the time set
Mil. t"f',r ba" b0 forfeited, and unless the
'mMl't Cn,cf of Police informs the court that all
If tho slut machines in all the saloons of
Rlk which thr defendants nrc proprietors have
n removed, the court will Issue a bench
'ISmfi warrant for the arrest of the defendants,
rEkW.f nm' Procced to try the case.
i-Ct-j "Tho court will Instruct Its officers to
lak.j such additional steps as may bo
AOMCC lK-eessarv to prevent the continuance of
-rTf. alot n1achlnc3 in saloons "
Jtm 5; TWENTY YEARS IN COURT. '
i
jgf ' Probate Matter of Long Standing: Is
I' Ended.
In tho probate division of the District
jrt V courl yesterday afternoon tho final ac-
Ulji I cout and report In tho matter of the
pfi stato of Hans Peterson," deceased, was
0pt filed The deceased died In 1SR1 and left
Mrt J- an, estate valued at J57'U. Letters of nd-
TUl t jnlnlstratlon were issued to Anna M. Pc-
IBJj tT tcrson March 11, 1SSI. There wcro -nev.
S5 ;' Tal minors who were heirs of tho wtHte,
JBB 'J wno have, since the death of the decedent,
jjgS fj b?cane of age. J. D. Skccn Is tho attor-
fgjjt,. ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION.
i-Br New Irrigation Company Is Eonned
J in Slatervllle.
Ui - Artldrs of Incorporation of tho South
i Blatcrvillc Irrigation company havo been
tfjit filod-whh tho County Clerk. Tho com-
"S W Pa"y 13 l,,e 3,lc,iCJSS0r of ,h0 N'orth We3t
L U,b4r Irrigation association, and la in-
ffi forporaicd for 524.CW. with 1200 shares of
19' tne par value of $2 each. Tho officers
&mP " trod Poy, president; A. J. Iludtnan.
Um,- ' ilc.t-Presldent; Benjamin Chodwick. sec-
jEw. SU. v'co-prcsldciit; W. H. Manning, sec-
it-ygMr fc.tary and treasurer.
tylm- BBNTEf CED EOR VAGRANCY.
Sure-Thing Men Will Work on the
ock Pile.
faiyfi- Shcrwoodthc sure-thing man, was
521$ elven sixty days for vagrancy In tho Mu
alclpal court yesterday afternoon. His
ijjljjffc'i Pal, Wlllliun Berry, was sentenced to
dgT "fty days upon the rock pile.
Asks for Letters of Administration.
Hi n-' 't'tlon for letters Of administration
mV rtiJ! ."led In lne Probate division of the
MKVv tr-f, ,1 C(ftlrt yesterday -afternoon by
EVAv'i,,, c D.vkc In the matter of the c-n.
uBKvW,n?t Do" c- v"n Dyke, deceased. Tho
KMLrT iwii ,Uon,tatss the dece;e-d died April 0,
MHU JWJ, and loft an estate valued at ?S:t).
roffi Restraining Order Granted.
3Av - r1;!UiJp Rolapp granted a restraining or--S3t,Lt0dai'
ln the case of the Brown-For-5SMrv."
COninanV "Kalnst M. P.. Bearer and
SUMP ,Jn2.mna p- w'9 CL al- formerly pro
mWMF nTJi.., tH 01 tnc Silver Club saloon. The
SiTsv lri refalns the defenduntn from wlth
&Mm Vh? n!J froni tMe Ogden Stato bank JSM.15
mStml t.Hi,ln0Unt claimed by tho plaintiff com.
vh t0 bt? du several barrels of
jjpafc nmhy. and also nsknEr tor judgment for
that amount. John E. Bngley and W. L
Maglnnis arc attorneys for plaintiff
Briefs.
C. Li. Scott of P.eno Is In Ogden.
Mrs. E. Rapf of Denver Is visiting Mrs.
Rudolp Stein.
Rev. O. C. Wright left for Lovcland,
Colo., yesterday atjomoon.
David A. Nelson of Salt Iake was an
Ogden visitor yesterday afternoon.
Moslah Evans of tho Garland factory of
the Utah Sugar company Is In Ogden.
A drunken Italian created a little dis
turbance on Twenty-fifth street lost night
and was arrested.
Word has been received In the city from
Kookuk. Ia announcing the death of Mr.
C. B. Phillip, the father of Mrs. Bruce
Ivim of this city.
Fred Miner, the young man who tftcd
to beat Skcen & Co. on on oat deal, has.
been sentenced to the county jail for severity-live
days by Judge Howell.
Suit was filed In tho District court yes
terday afternoon by Janeway & Carpen
ter against John It, Drane and II. O.
Drane to recover JC13.17 for goods sold
and delivered.
Tho charge of fornication against
Charles Jones, the restaurant-keeper, pre
ferred by Mrn. Sarah A. McBrldc, hns
been withdrawn, the case having been set
tled out of court.
Mi.ss Jennie; Rose broke her arm last
evening, while Jumping from a buggy. She
was coming In- from .Roy nnd the tiro of
the wheel eauc off and she jumped on a
sldo hill nnd lost her balance and fell.
Bishop Earl Cranston of tho Methodist
Episcopal church, mesldlng bishop of the
diocese of which Utah' is a part, will ar
rive in Ogden from Georgia on Saturday
and will IK) given a reception Saturday
evening at the First M. E. church
About the only thing that marked tho
advent of tho New Year In Ogden was a
pandemonium- of nolee lostlng for alout
hulf an hour. Bolls of eleven churches,
firearms, steam whistles and anything
else that would make a nolie were
pressed Into use
Marriage licenses were issued to the fol-
lowing: Raymond C Hill, aged 21. and
Harrlctta A. Horspool, aged IS, both of
Ogden: Elliott West, aged 23. of Auburn.
Cal., and Eva Owen, aged 20. of Osdcn.
Orval F. Tucker, aged 32t nnd Nelllo V.
Chase, aged 2!, both of Ogden.
W. A. . MrGovorn. formerly trainmaster
for .the Southern Pacific at Wadsworth.
Nev.. has been promoted to the position
of assistant division superintendent, with
headquarters at Wadsworth. T'lls Is In
lino with tho plan formulated some time
ago by the Union Pacific In placing assist
ant superintendents at each of the divl
slop terminals.
Mike Murphy,- an employee of tho
Southern Radllc shops, was serloualv In
jured yes.tcrday morning. Whljo engaged
in taking an engine from the roundhouse
his right arm was caught In the driving
rod and badly crushed, lie was taken to
the hospital, where his wounds were
dressed and It Is barely possible that the
arm may have to be amputated.
CHICAGO FIRE VICTIMS
(Continued from Page 2.)
child, the physician Identified his own
boy by a watch, a birthday present from
tho father, found upon the remains.
FATHER FrNDS DAUGHTER.
A pitiful scene attended tho Identifica
tion of Margery Edwards. 14 vears old. of
Clinton. In. Her father. W. M. Edwards,
who has been ln Chicago on a visit. Iden
tified tho daughter's terribly-burned body
from a sample of tho cloth In her skirt
which he carried In his pocket.
START IN HORROR,
Chief of Folic O'Neill today supervised
tho work of helping friends and relatives
recover their dead. Hundreds of persons,
;;rlef and anxiety written In their faces,
thronged about Chief O'Neill's office, seek
ln: information. The pressure grew so
great that Secretary Markham. mounting
a chair, read off the descriptions to tho
multitudes. Frequently persons in tin ,
i.Towd recognled the descriptions read by
the secretary nnd started In horror for the
particular morgue named ns tho words
fell from tho secretary's Hps,
STATEMENT OF COMPANY.
At the morguo tho Inadequacy of the
means of Inspecting lxdles was evident.
Only a few persons at a time wero al
lowed to pns3 before tho bodies, and
places In the line of admission were as
eagerly sought and fought for as means
of escape wcro when tho theater was
burning. Messrs. Davis and Powers, man
agers of the Iroquois havo called a meet
ing at tho Illinois theater of all members
of the Bluebeard company, and a full
, statement will bo made after a careful
Investigation.
FIRE STORY DENIED.
Davis and Powers emphatically deny a
report that there was a fire ln the Iro
quois three weeks ago, and that the as
bestos curtain then refused to work on
account of being controlled by ropes In
stead of wires. They also stato that tho
curtain was controlled by the strongest
wires that It was possible to use. The
facts are. nccordlng to them, that the
curtain swayed the moment tho ten or
vwclvo exists wero thrown open, owing
to the rush of air.
IDENTIFIED DEAD.
Mrs John Adaneck, Bartlctt. 111.
Walter D. Austrian, Laporte, Ind.
Son of Joseph D. Austrian.
Ethel Barker.
Mrs. C. D. Burtlett, Bartlctt, 111.
Carles R. Barnhe'sel.
William C. Beutel.
Mrs. W. F. Boyce.
Helen Bryersloth.
Walter B. Blsslnger.
Mrs. H. C. Blrndeley.
N. W. Bodice.
Mrs. Emma Brlncklcy.
Margaret Beuhniann. -
Mrs. Li. Rosehlll Butler.
Rose. Butler.
Iluth Bumfurth.
Alexander Boycr.
Julio Brewster.
Paul Brennan. '
Agnes Chapln.
Er D. Clnrk.
Corcoran, daughter of Michael
Corcoran.
C. Li., Cooper.
W. W. Cooper.
Thomas Contell.
Helen Cooper.
R. H. Coults. N
Mrs. Mlljle J. Crocker. ., .
May Curran.
Vinton Clnyton. ,
Mrs. Jacob Cohen.
Mrs. Thomae A. Cantwell.
Roy A- C. Caldwell.
Leander S. Dlffendcrf, Lincolu, 111.
Miss N. DcLce.
Violet DeLee.
Mrs. J. F. Dodd, Delaware, O.
H. Donaldson. '
Miss A. Donaldson.
Ruth Dyndorth. .
Taylor Dryden.
Mrs. John Dryden. ' '
Mro. Dawson.
Herman ElsentcU. ,fi
Mort Eidrldgc. . 4 '
Maurice Englc. r
Ensel Eepcn.
Miss Eapen.
Frank Ebcrstcin.
Majorle Edwards.
Gertrude Falkenstein.
Annie Fltzfjibbons.
George Sidney Fox, son of F. Morton
Fox, Wlnnottokn, in,
Thomas J. Flannagan. Indianapolis.
Mrs. Lillian M. Frady.
Leon Frady.
H. Foley.
Ada Folkc.
Helen Folx.
John G. Fltzglbbon. ,
Miss Anna Fltfcjcrald.
Mary Feleer. ...
Miss J. Gahn.
c
AT THE ALLIANCE SHAFT
Two Gangs to Be Put to
Work Drifting.
PUMP TO BE INSTALLED
This Will Be Operated by
Electricity.
Rumor That Work at the Mine Has
fBeen Suspended Proves to
Be Untrue.
TRLSUNE BUREAU. .
Park City, Dee. 51.
Th; force at the Alliance shaft Is lo be
Increased tomorrow, when two gangs will
be put to fvork drifting In opposite direc
tions for tho orc-bcarlng veins located In
this part of th'o Silver King territory. Tho
shaft is down approyamlatoly sixty feet
below the Alliance tunnel level, and be
fore more sinking can bo done advan
tageously a pump will have to be In
stalled to handle the water. This. Super
intendent M. J. Bailey said tonight, will
In all probability be operated by electric
ity and will be put In before long. Tho
rumor that has beon circulating to the
effect that work at the Alliance had been
suspended today for an Indeflnlto period,
Mr. Bailey things originated from the
fact that sinking was stopped temporarily
In favor of crosscuttlng. which means an
extension of operation In that vicinity.
EXCITEMENT OVER A STRIKE.
There was considerable excitement in
town last night on nccount of a rumor
that ore had been struck In the Mlnola.
This report was denlod, but Inquiry today
disclosed the fact that a very decided and
significant Improvement In tho vein mnt
ter was encountered yeatorday. A scam
of soft material camo to llxht xcstcrday
In the crosscut, which Is a decided 1m
procmcnt over anything hitherto found in
the prospect and marks another step in
Its progress toward the position of a pro
ducer. The substance Is composed large
ly of the carbonate of lead and the black
oxide of mnnaganese, and Is considered
by competent miners to Indicate the prox
imity of a gcnulhe oro body. The crosscut
Is advancing through the large contact
vein to the footwall, which. In view ot
present Indications, thpse interested are
anxious to sec.
PAINFUL SCALP WOUND.
A. Jcnson, the flrc.nan on the R. G, W.
freight train No. 12C, was struck on the
head by a projection while the train was
passing through the tunnel at the summit
today and received a painful scalp wound.
Mr. Jenson was watching the Injector
when struck, and those acquainted with
the circumstances are quite positive that
It was an Icicle hnnglng from tho llmbors
that hit him. He was stunned by tho
blow and sufTcrcd considerably from loss
of blood. Dr. WHeoii. tho attending phy
sician, found a wound several Inches long
STRUCK BY A BOULDER
E. B. McCabc was struck In the head
last night while working In an oro stopo
in the Silver King, by a boulder, which
fell from the top of the stops, and his
head was badly mangled by tho blow.
The sufferer was brought down to Dr
Wardos. who was obliged to Wkc seven
stitches to closo the gash.
PERSONAL. MENTION.
William Gillette of tho Wabash arrived
from Salt Lake this morning.
C. R. Ovcrtleld of tho Colorado Fuel and
Iron company arrived on this mornhig's
train.
A. F. Doremus, State engineer, returned
to Salt Lake today.
Wirrcn Foster visited town today.
Flndlay Watson camo In this morning
from Dillon, Mont.
A II. May no camo up from Salt Lako
todav and visited tho Mlnola.
C. T. Mixer left for Salt Lake this af
ternoon. Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Holg6on went down
to Salt Lake this evening.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Dashlell left for Salt
Lake this afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Evans of Coalville
passed through Park today on the way to
the capital
Mrs. S. J. Wilson was on tho outgoing
train this afternoon.
Mr. and Mrt. E. B. Marshall were anions
the outgoing passengers today.
E. P. Evans left for Zlon this afternoon.
Miss Maud Bryant went down to tho
metropolis this afternoon.
Mrs. B. M. Sperry went to Salt Lake
this afternoon.
Miss Alice J, Fisher cntortalncd at cards
last evening. Mr and Mrs. C. A. Blochor,
Miss Luclndn Brundngo, Miss Clara Stev
enson and Miss May Williams wero guests
of tho occasion.
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Williams will enter,
tain at cards tonight.
Mrs. Mary Dorothea Gartz.
Barbara Gartz.
Mabel Gerron, WInnettcka, 111.
Pauline Geary.
Wllma Gerry.
J. Gohon.
Mrs. B. E. Gould.
Harry Gartz. t '
B. E. Gould. '
Frank Garn.
Willis Garn.
Vera Gouldsby. . .
Mrs. Belle Greney. '
Emperly Hall. '
Miss Lcc Havlland.
Mrs. Harbaugh.
John Holland. .' V
Lillian Holland, De3 Moines, la.
Mrs. Mary E. Howard. '
Mrs. E. D. Hart.
Hennlng.
Mrs. G. A. Henri, v
Roger Illgglnson
Allen Hoist.
Gertrude HolsL .
W. W. Hooper, Kenosha, Wis.
Helena Howard.
Leigh Holland.
Edith Horton, Ontonagon, Mich.
Ray Ehrword.
Jeanette Hlggindon.
Mary E. Harbaugh.
Mrs. Charles Hickman. a.
William Hcnnessy. f ,
Mrs. Holmes. . ' '
Leigh Havlland.
Ethel Jones. -.
I. C. Johnson.
C. O. James. ,
Alice Kuuf'man, Hammond, Ind.
Otto Kelly.
Harvey Klely, St. Loul3.
T. A. Kochcns.
Charles E. Koll. ,
Louis Klsner and wife,
Agnea Kennedy.
Francis Kennedy.
Mrs. Charles Koll.
Mrs. Ketohum.
Jlre. Frank Kcroms.
Mrs. Sarah Kranz, Racine, Wis.
Mrs. Lena Lake.
Mrc. A. Lake.
Irene Lang. ,
Hortonse Lanjr.
Mrs. Fran!: Leavenworth, Blooming
ton', 111.
Ellen Linden,. , , ,;
Agnes Lang. ' ;
Mrs. Daisy Livingston. 4--Lru
Fred E. Loaton
Ed W. Loettkcr.
Mrs. James D. Maloney.
.7, Martin, Pullmnn, 111.
W. Martin. Pullman, 111.
Mrs. Harold Martin. Pullman. III.
Robert Martin, Pullman, 111.
Helen McCnughan.
Joseph McClellan.
James McClelland.
Lucille Mead.
Mrs. Merrlel.
Millnrrt Merrlel.
Esple Moses.
F. A. Mulr. .
H. P. Morehouse.
H. P. Moore. '
Edmund W. Morton, St. Louis.
Bernard MoKenna. '
Eerry McCIurg. Auetln, 111:
Mabel McWIU!ami.
Alice Maloney, Ottawa, 111.
Mrs. H. H, Merriam.
Charles Murray.
Mamie Mulr, Peoria, 111.
Catherine Mlddleton.
. . Newby.
Edith Norton, Evanston( 111.
Edward W. Norton, St. Louis.
. . Nulr, member Traveling Pas
senger Agents' association, check 1C23.
Mrs. Patrick P. O'Donnell.
Mrs. Bessie Ollnger.
Mrs. Oscar Olson.
Florence Oxman.
Florence Oxman.
William Mury Owen. I
Farnella Peterson.
R. H. Pultz.
Walter Phacker. . , '
Adele'Phllllpson.
Jack Pottlltccr. Lafayctle,' ,Ind.
Charles T. Page.
Lillian Patton.
Harold Page. t
Nellie Reldy. - '' v
William Rattey.
J. Rattcy. '
Mrs. G. O, Rotter,
j Hazel Regcnsberg. ., '
Adcle Rcgcnsberg.
B. Regenaberg.
C. A. Wlnslow, Three Rivers Falls,
Minn.
Donald Wells.
Paul Windea.
Harriet Wolff. . '.
Mrs. Ella Wachr.
Emma Wciskopf. '"
Walter B. Zeisler.
Michael Dolan. . .
Florence Dow. '
Minnie Ehgcls. ' i-'
Leon Grady.
Mrs. Edward McShalc.
Lillian Meade. Berwyn, III.
Mrs. A. N, Meade, Ncola, la.
W. M. Reed.
Rev. H. L. Richardson.
Rose K. Rogers.
Ros?.
Thomas Remington.
Minnie Robertson.
Sawyer.
I Wnrner Sedill, Kankakee, 111.
I Wllma Smith Barry.
I Lolla Shephard.
I Burr Scott.
Myrtle Shabbard.
Lulu Shabbard.
Sherr.
V. N. Sprang. ' .
Mrs. Stern.
Harry P. Sutton.
Mrs. O. T. P. Stelnmetz.
Warren E. Savlll.
Miss Margaret Smith.
Electa Sylvester, Plalnview, Me.
Mrs. J. H. Stendler, Lowell, Ind.
Burdlth Stendler.
Mrs. Winthrop Spring.
Donald Stoddard.
Mrs. Smith, Deaplalnes, 111.
Olive Squler.
Arthur Saville.
Rosa Schmidt
A. L. Seymour.
Winthrop Spring.'
Mrs. N. M. Story, Des Moinc?, Ia.
Clyde O. Thompson.
Ruth Tayson, Oak Park, 111.
Walter Thacker.
Mrs. Susan Turner.
Edna Torney,
C W. Turbush.
Florence Tobias. WUmctte, 111.
Mrs. Grace Elizabeth Tease.
W. Thatcher.
Mrs. R. H. Trask. Ottawa, 111.
Edward T. Van Segcn.
Miss Bcrnlce Valley.
John Vanlhgen, Kenosha, Wis.
Mrs. J. T. Valley.
Mrs. Leo Wolf, Hammond, Ind.
Helen Wunderllch.
S. Waldman.
Otto Waltmann.
H. Williams.
H. Mendell.
Will Miller.
Mrs. A. S. Mulr.
Grace E. Pease.
Edith Prldmore.
Thedoroe Roberts, Woodford, O.
Mrs. Harry Selser.
Mary Smith, Desplalnes, 111.
Mrs. John Aldrich (partially identi
fied). Miss P. Fort (supposed).
Mrs. Murray Owens, Wheaton, 111.
Edward L. Vanlngen. Kenosha, Wis.
Miss Brown, Evanston, ILL
W. W. Boyce.
Miss Wllma Barrcy.
Glen Beckford.
Lola Copier.
Natalie Elsendrath.
Bessie L. Hcrron. Hammond, Ind.
Miss Anna Hordy. j
Dr. Emery Hewlns, Petersburg, Ind.
Mrs. Anna Jones. j
Earl Martin.
Mrs. Man" Newman.
Mrs. French O. Owens.
Amy Owens, daughter of above.
Mrs. L. H. Pierce. Plainwcll, Mich.
Mies Lilly Power.
Willis W. Peck.
William Paulman.
Enm Rel3s.
Anna Reldy.
Mary Reldy. '
E. K. String.
Miss Rosle Stafford.
Ream Taylor.
MIS3 Freda Washington.
Paul Welndor.
Mosaler, Pauline, 13 years old; Ham
mond. Ind.
Moore, Mrs. Mattle. Hart, Mich.
Newman, Mro. Anna.
Owen, Mrs. William.
Reed. Nellie.
Seymour. Joseph. 1
Swartz, Irene.
Sayro, Mrs. Carrie.
Taylor. Mrs. J. M. ' j
Taylor, Miss Flora. o"
Thorn!. Miss Clara. . ' "
Zimmerman, Elizabeth.
F. A. Mulr.
Holmes. Mrs. John.
Borer, Infant.
Battcnfleld. Robert. Delaware O.
Battcnileld, Ruth, Delaware, O.
Battcntleld, John, Delaware, O.
Bird. Miss Marlon, Iola, 111.
Crocker. Minnie.
I. et:kcr, Mamie.
Dixon. Edna.
Deo, Eddie, 7 years old.
Daughter of J- F. Dodd, Delaware, O.
Duvall, Mrs. Elizabeth.
Frack, Odessa, Ottawa, IU.
k ForbtiPh. C. W.
Forbush. Mra. C. W.
Graff. Mrs. Rolnholdt, Bllomlnston, 111.
Goodhearl. Max.
Gelk, Mr. Emma.
Hlgglnson, Mrs, James.
Trie, Mrn. Andrew.
Meade, Mrs. Mary. -
Armon, Margaret.
Bowman, 'Mlos Beatrice. .
Benzcnck. Joseph. , '
Christian, Henrietta. ;
Gobs. Mrs. Joseph J.
Mann, Ml.'is Emma D.
Murphr, Dewltt J.
Mooro, Benjamin; family' of five 3tlll
missing.
Norton. Mattle, S yeara old.
Poaac, Ellzabolh, 0 years old,
-r
Stroue, Mrs. jamec II.
Wilcox, Mr.. Eva.
Wlnnleor. l,.oulsa.
Adam. Mrs. John, Tola, 111.
AJfson, Alfred.
Bond. Mls. .Lucille. Hart, Mich.
Cochrane. Miss Florence.
Doi-rv Ijllllun.
HrneHt. Rosone. . .
Eagles. William.
Fort, Miss Phoebe.
Kahpz Mary. ,
Gudliart. Mra Adelaide. '
Hickman. .Charles.
Harger, Bertha.
Moore, Mtos Sybil, Hart, Mich.
Menger. Miss Anna.
. Mills. Pearl M.
McClure, Lawrence.
Pelton, Lillian. DcsMolnes, la.
Perslnger, Hewitt.
Pare. Bertha.
Rodke. Lillian,
llubly,. Mrs. Louise.
Stallman, Clara.
Soulcrc. OsVar, 7 years old.
Sll!. Lucille.
Schoebeck, Elvlna.
Sawyer, Mrs. J. ' . ' '
Tlenicy, Carrie.
Wilson, Howard J.
Washington. John. 1 '
Welmers Ida.
Webber. Mrs. Carrie. Y
Zimmerman, Mrs. Mary- E.'V
Miss Mary Douncgal. ''
Emll Fox.
Ania Cuatavson.
I. N. Gage. . . ' ,
Sophie Gundeheff.
Mrs Clara Graves.
Edward Honnlng.
Mra. Frank Kochens.
William. A. Lee.
Rosa Llvlnson.
Susan Laffman or Lashman, Laoortc,
Ind:
Margaret Love. Woodstock, 111.
S. A. Mueller.
Edith Mahler.
Dora Mitchell, Lockport, III.
Mis Anna Moak.
Mrs. Ella Mead, Wisconsin.
A-ugusta Olceon. .
Mrs. Frank Pcrslngcr. "
Mrs. Anne Shoenbck.
Mrs. Delia M. S,toddard, Minonk, III.
N. M, Spras.
Mrs. Susie Tiernan.
Irono Taylor.
Mary Vanlngon. Monosha, Wis.
Mrs. John J. Webster.
Mrs. Thomas Wymor.
Miss Florence O. White.
Eva. Wire.
Mrs. S; T. Butler, Evanston, III.
Mrs. Charles Doust, Evanston, I1L
Helen Dyrenforth, Evanston, III.
Mrs, J. A. Eckstein. '
Mies Elizabeth Hart, Evanston, 111.
Eddie Hennlns.
Miss Vera R. Jackson.
C. B. James. Davenport, la.
Lola Kucbler.
Elizabeth McGIll, Pittsburg. To.
Miss Edith Martin. Ontonagen, Mlth.
Mrs, William Rise.
Arlene A. Chronior.
Mrs. W. J. Suctch.
Zabclla Stoddard. Minonk, 111.
Mrs. W. H. White.
Mrs. Mabel Bctsford, Racine, Wis.
II. F. Bliss, Racine. Wis.
Willis W. Cooper, Konosha, Wis.
Charles Cooper, Kenosha. Wis.
1L L. IIutchlns..Rlpon, Wis.
Frank Hayde.
Alice Kline, Katherinc Long, Geneva,
RI.
Mrs. J. L. McKenna.
Lena Moak, Watertown. Wis.
Mls3 Saolncttc Peters. Fargo. N. D.
Grancc Vonlngcn, Kenosha, Wis.
Miss Viet. Lenox, Mass.
Rebecca Bufflc.
Mrs. Bird. Ucola, III.
Miss Myra Bradwell.
Paul Bolen '
Sofia Cudclman. '
Mrs. J. L Dallely.
Margaret Dolan. . .
Sarah Duvall, Zanesvllle. O.
Elma Erllnd. Evanston, 111. .
Miss Irene Fort
Alma Gestrc-n.
Florence Ilutchlns, Waukcgan, III.
Eva Hlrd.
Mrr, George Hlgglnson, Winnotteka, 111.
Mrs. L. Hewms, Petersburg, Ind.
W. G. Dcm.Tiing.
Miss May Marks.
Anna McCrlsty.
Marlon "Oakley.
Louise Rankin. South Zanesvillc, O.
Mrs. Martha Rankin.
Mrs. M. S. Reltcr.
Maud Smith, Desplalnes, 111.
F. W. Tteastor.
Martha Vanlncn
Miss Florence White.
' MIDNIGHT LIST OF DEAD.
Eighty Bodies Still Remain in the
Morgues Unidentified.
Chicago. Dec. 31 At midnight 471 dead
had been identified, the injuries of 171 per
sons had received attention, and 337 were
still reported missing. As only about
eighty bodies aro still unidentified, many
of the men, women and children who were
reported to the police as missing IohI
night and this morning have doubtless re
covered from their fright and roturncd to
their homes.
REPORTS EXAGGERATED.
Burned Theater Would Not Hold as
Many as Claimed.
Chicago, Dec, 31. Thcro havo been nu
merous reports, unauthentlcatcd, how
ever, that tho aisles and passageways in
Uio rear of tho theater were blocked by
people who occupied standing-room. The
actual seating capacity of the theater Is:
First lloor. 70); first balcony, 450; second
balcony, A(5; total, 1C15.
-I do not credit tho statement," said
Will Davis, a proprietor of tho Iroquois
"ascribed to one of tho ushers, that as
many as C00 persons were standing in the
rear of the seats."
After tho lire, however, several of the
ushers declared that at least 2000 persons
were In the theater, which seats only 1015.
HEART-RENDING DETAILS.
Side Events Which Make Strong
Hearts Grow Sick.
Some of the most remarkable Incidents
of tho Are were not known until today.
F. L. Donaldson, a loop chief for tho
Western Union Telegraph company, han
dled a long telegraph story of tho fire j
and. Its harvest of death, unaware that j
his own wife was among the missing.
When he went homo and found that she
had gone to tho theater he hurriedly re
turned and searched for her through tho
morgues and in tho hospitals, but today
had not found the least trace of the miss
ing woman.
WAS HER CHILD.
Adelo Phllllpflon. eight years of age.
was one of the children struck down and
trampled to death. Her body vas re
moved by tho firemen and taken to a
drug store. There tho ohlid was seen by
her mother, who had escaped uninjured.
The mother became hysterical, but was
not permitted to go near the chlld'a body.
By-standers tried to mako the woman
believe the little girl hod escaped death.
Mrs. Phllllpson was led away and did
not learn the truth for two nours.
CHILD MADE HER ESCAPE.
Foremost among the remarkable es
capes was that of Wlr.nlo Gallagher, 12
yearn of age, Tho girl occupied a scat
In the third row on the main door, and
that she tcs able to mukc her way
through tho struggling mass of stronger
and older persona Is considered remark-abl-
by the- police. Unafcalxted. the girl
made her way over the henda of terror
stricken person?, and escaped. When she
reached tho street her clothing ivas torn
almost Into shredc.
PEOPLE WERE DAZED.
Among the llrst persons lo escape wore
JoscdIi Graham and Dorothy Bour, two
children. They wore in, the parquet,
fifteen rovfo from the stajre.
"I saw the scenery catch fire on the
lower left-hand Bide of the stage," said
the boy. "rJddlo Foy camo to tho front
and told us to sit still, but wo decided
wo could got out right away. Four wom
n faJntcd near rao and nearly all the
SIXTEEN UNDER TRIAL
Charged With Sun and (Vloon
Explosion.
MIXED UP IN THE DISASTER
Witness Testifies to Admissions
JWads by Thrae Man.
4
Room-Matc of Foster Milburn Saw
Him Come in With Singed Hair
and Eyebrows.
Georgetown, Colo., Dec. 31. ln the trial
today of tho sixteen union miners charged
with the destruction of the transiormcv
houso of the Sun and Moon mine at Idaho
Springs last July, when John Thompson
a member of tho Idaho Springs union,
testified that ho was tho roommate of
Fortcr Mllhurn, ono of the defendants,
and that on the night of the explosion
Milburn camo to the room with his hair
mustacho nnd eyebrows singed, and
statfd that ho had been at the Sun i.id
Moon mine with Philip Fire (.tbf m in
killed by the explosion). Next day, wit
ness said, he oaw Milburn, Ross Sanborn
nnd G-eorge Secrcst together, and they
admitted that they were concerned In tho
explosion.
Several other witnesses were cxa-nlncd
In an effort to show that the dynamlto
stolen from the Tropic tunnel, where
Milburn was omploycd, was used In thf
Sun and Moon explosion. Court udjourned
this afternoon until Tuesday next. J E
Chandler, secretary of the Idaho Springs
union, was today released on i'J500 bail.
others seemed dazed and just sat still.
We got up and kicked the door open.
I think a lot of the others could have
come, too. If they had not been so
scared. Wo stood outslds until they
brought a dead man out, and then we
went home."
IDENTIFIED BY CLOTHES
A list of descriptions of unidentified
dead girls wan compiled today In the of
flco of Chief of Police O'Neill. The age3
of tho victims ranged from 9 to 55 years
Tho number of unidentified dead girls
on tho list was fifty-seven. For several
of tho girls, the sole meuns of Identifi
cation given was tho color of bits of
shoclacef, and that generally mentioned
was "black " Others are scheduled as
"burned beyond description. No age "
MOURNFUL NEW YEAR.
Mayor Harrison, who heard at Kansas
City of the dloaster, announced Imme
diately on reaching Chicago today his
determination to Sebuc a proclamation
suggesting the closing down of all busi
ness on Saturday, which will probably
bo tho general burial day. and asking
for the cessation of 'all unnecessary
noises on that day. Ho said he also
vould Issue a proclamation asking for
the observance of perfect quiet on New
Year's eve; that the people forego the
ur.ual New Year's celebration, Thlch Is
usually attended by tho tooting of horns,
ringing of bells, and great dlu.
LAYS IT TO THE CURTAIN.
Asked ,as to tho opinion regarding the
cauEe of the Arc, the Mayor gave It as
hi? opinion tk-nt the Iroquois was tho
safest theater In Chicago, and that If
tho asbestos curtain had not failed to
work, th disaster would not havo oc
curred. Ho lays the cause entirely to
that one fact. With referenco to plac
ing the blame, the Mayor said that he
could not make any statement until after
the Coroner had made his reiort.
SLOW COMMITTEE.
"Somo tlmo ago," said tho Mayor, "I
recommended to the Council that an
Investigation should be mado looking to
the tire protection of theaters. That Is
to nay, to seo whether the theaters Were,
complying with t'no ordinance with ro
spoct to the sprinkler system and other
means for fire protection. That recom
mendation was submitted lo the judi
ciary committee The committee, has not
yet mado a report and 1 can do nothing
until I receive their report In the mat
ter." AFTER IT IS ALL OVER.
To Chief Musham of the flro depart
ment the Mayor has given Instructions
to have placed In eacii theater ln the cltv
two city llrcmon. at tho expense of the
theater, to guard against any repetition
of the Iiqquo!s disaster.
As an expression of sympathy for the
bereaved ln Chicago, the Board ot Trado
today adjourned an hour before the usual
time. Similar action was taken bv tho
exchanges at Duluth and Milwaukee.
ASKS FOR EXAMINATION.
Architect Wants Playhouses Closed
for r. Jlonth.
Chicago, Dec. 31. J. E. Q. Prldmore,
whose sister, Edith Prldmore, and j
nephew were killed In the theater fire,
today asked President George Beau
mont of the Illinois chapter of the
American Institute of Architects to ask
Mayor Harrison to order all the thea
ters In Chicago to close for one month,
so that a thorough examination of the
safety appliance? in each may be made.
President Benumont declined to ask for
the, order. Mr. Prldmore, who Is an
architect, thereupon personally called a
meeting of the architects to take action
in the matter.
JURY VISITS THEATER.
Made Thorough Examination of tho
Chicago Playhouse.
Chicago, Dee.' 31. Coroner Tracgcr to
night took a Jury of six business men, lm.
paneled to Investigate the flro at the lro
quols theater. In which COO persons wcro
killed, to examine the theater. The Jury
hud spent tho day In visiting morgues lo
see tho corpses. On arriving at the the
ater tho Jury that went lo the stage, and
Doputy Coroner Buckley pointed out tho
spot where the fire started The seatu In
the flrjt ten rows on the first lloor wero
burned, but back of that the orchestra
chairs wcro in good condition.
In ono corner of tho stage was a pile of
brass spears and armor used In tho pro
duction of "Mr. Bluebeard." All that was
visible of the ISO pieces of scenery used In
tho extravaganza wore small plies ot
ashes where tho scenery had dropped and
burncl on the stage. Tho steel frames ot
the aro lights, ono of which Is said to
havo caused tho catastrophe, were piled
in confusion near tho front of the stage.
The jury asked Coronor Tracger regard
ing tho asbestos curtain.
Died Very Suddenly.
TRIBUNE SPEdAL.1
Dillon, Mont.. Dec 21. Joe Englc. a
house painter who came to this placo re
cently from San ltanclsco. died vcrv sud
clontly here tonight from pneumonia. In
duced by excessive drinking and cold.
AMUSEMENTS.
If the success of a play Is judged bv tho
efCectlveness with whloh the moral les
hoii It seeks to convey la Impressed upon
the audience, then the actors In "Ten
Nights In n Barroom" failed to get nil
that they might out of their parts In their
opening engagement at tho Grand last
nlghL Tho play was -vld ntly concelvcu HH
with tho Intention of presenting the de- Jmh
basement Inevitably rcaolllng from a i-a- IfMH
reer of inebriety and dninkennes3, Young
men nnd old witnessed the play last HH
night; they raw a little girl's life sacrificed
to drinl;, one man kill luiother and finally RH
a drunken sou slay his fcthcr; they kiw
all this and moro and walked from tho HH
theater, after tho play to tho nearest sk
loon lo'havu a drink or two. MH
Although tin! play opens flatly and tho 'H
players mumblo ihoir wordo so that noth- :
ing they say J understood. It improves
with each act and the lxst three acts aro ;
good. Alvln Wyckoft ns Joe Morgan. ; .H
slave to liquor, acu well die part, and his 'H
portrayal of a man la tho tnroes of tho : mJJ
delirium tremens Is stai'tllngly realistic
Tho part of Little Mary Morgan 13 take-t
by Floranc Sutllif. a tot ( 10 years, anil
ono of tho cleverest child players evoi BJJ
seen on u. Salt Lako stage. Miss Sutllff
Is a Philadelphia girl with four years' ex- BJJ
perlonce boforc the foot-llghts. During 1
tho most ot her yonng career she has
played Little Eva. .SI-.? hns a Htrong
sweet voice and her Hinging lost nigh' BJJ
was Impressive.- Th- acting oC Edar
Schoolcy, who taken tho part of Sample
Bwlthell. a rural product. Is deserving ot
favorable mention. A inatlnec perform
anco will be given toda and Saturday at
2:15 ami prcccntations mnt"! of both days.
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