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I . The Salt Lake Tbibme; Friday MoKiriNa Febuxjary 12, 1904. 5 JlfrH
SlSf Ships Will Cost Nearly
IMAN MAKES OBJECTION
3 'f Vessels Includos Five
U '! I New Battleships.
Lt Declares That the Amcri-
j sacrifice of Navy.
;T0H U-r'oa, Feb. ll.-ln the report cm
fcj" f! appropriation hill to the
'todW by Chairman Foes of the
1 Affair" committee, the gnuntlet
tic, 7 Senator Gorman In his
3S -ttf Pllc-V of lntcrnal ii71Pror
!TS Place of naval construction. Is
with vigor. Tho report eays:
1 committee recommended the
isUon of more than tho usual
S rubers in view of the fact
ft) Wtiar we provided for Ave large
ty) jPV T!lls gSvc n bctlcr,pr-
$! bstoour navy,
fllfl , judge public sentiment, it Is in
L llie continuance' of the policy
'ir-dlji kflsgup our navy. If we stopped
at i Would be left behind the leading
Itf: IjlHOf tee world.
Cli American people will not indorse
j" fcy of sacrificing the American
! ffer infernal improvements nor is
uLT.wi and above all must stand
Wttos of national defense,
(cir.ce of our foreign policies and
aioc of American citizens every
f. The American people are not
jio,I?n their influence on this
gtcre, nor forsoke their interests
t impropriation for new ships for
ivy. as well as the completion of
toV under construction, is dealt
isihft report as follows:
1 complete all the ships authorized
1 its present time, Including their
fKljon and machinery, armor nnd
ir.t and equipment, will cost
5,6?, which may be divided as
Eslmction and machinery. $-16,532,-biior
and armament, fo,7S6,2i)3;
"ids sum we appropriate in this
htiiM for construction and ma-
- Er, and J12.00O.OOO for armor and
frnt, making a tolal of 531.S26.860.
JBKltaves a balance of 350.S91.G03 to
w'B! fhips authorized are: One lirst
mW battleship of 16.000 tons-, cost
ft '-Kill); two first-class armored
ty $E of 1-1.000 tons, cost (each)
BjmW three scout cruisers of not
.-itan 3750 tons, cost (each) J2.200,
JJu So colliers to he capable of ac
tf isjlnp the battleship fleet, to
JW i'JM tons of cargo coal, total of
cn to be J2.100.000.
. ; i total coat of the above pro
SSS will be J2S.isS5.000.
"V Si left within the discretion of the
ttry of the Navy to build any or
V tlthtM ships in Government navy
H Irin case It shall appear that the
V i Wilding concerns have entered in-
A u, commission or understanding to
to Ihe Government of fair and un--rrj
Mti competition In letting con-
t- a for the construction of any of
'. ill ! stated that the greatest naval
of the day is the training of
the navy An increase of 3000
wldcd for and a training sta
the great lakes recommended,
li station is completed and the
for training' men a large
W Jcrease wm be demanded.
"$ rlfrt gives In detail, illustrated
"t Ll0Ted pIat' lhe strength of the
.-v Kj navies of the world. Tho total
Etof the bill is J96.338.03a.
2 ' to th necessity of the proposed
yt i.?tallon at Clongap, P. I., for
a tat bill carries $852,395, Mr. Foss.
ter; of our great interest In the
:wje? thousand miles away from
Ss Z-Zh a la,'Ke fleet there at all
i -j to protect those interests, it
uttV lV"! almost criminal negligence
IvI Jl'fVt of Congress not to provide
V S Uon where our ships could
I I aed and repaired. The rapidly
implications of the whole
t ,el utlon demands that our
.- MLuia be made as effeclual a4,
u fe?iP h,i Xaval aendemy is pro
tfv, v?ri" satisfactory manner.
$ frA ,rea,y appropriated 55.
A 2r "00-000 Is recommended
M tfg which is the total limit
fetffKby Conereas for the re- I
flRST ORDER IS
r ISSUED. .
Il IIDER, GENEBAL SUPER
j EHT, CUTS GPEHA.T-
fOnioer. the new general super
ij lhe Uni011 Pacine. has ia-
nttin rdCr' nnd thnt vas for
- i dW'1 of the "Pirating
J . yyoninir division. Su-
' J, War1 C the western tlls-
( lla hJ"an ,el oul- U1,d "Is tr'r-
-) vii .c,ovcred b- n- v-IIlm-
"ity hr, , havo charge of the
fi kVU W' A' Whitney of
t in ef?. Veiled the mid-
a 'erstood Ch,CftKO & Alton,
I t U TrailSport Soldiers.
I 'jtehhVh, connanle have been
fl to,I01iran8P-,t the Twelfth
w .3m'k '.T.n Francisco on the 20th
J Y IS8 WI11 Le moved:
a. ""a, Utah Headauartc-rs
LINEN AND HEAVY LACE.
. . . . DESIGN BY MAY MAXTON.
Tuclcs arr.ngcd to give the effect of box plait3 aro exceedingly effective and
are shown in many of the latest waists. This one Is made of white linen with
the collar and cuffs of heavy lace, but is suited to all the many fabrics of the
eeason, silk and wool walstingfe as we'll as those of ilnen and cotton. The tucks
at the front stop off at yoko depth, so giving becoming folds over the bust, but
those ofthc back are full length and give tapering lines to the tigure. "When
liked, the fitted lining can be used, but washable fabrics are unllned as a matter
of course. To make the waist for a woman of medium size Is reo.ulred 4 yards
of material 21 or 27, ."vi yards 32 or 2',i yards 41 inches wide. A May Manton
pattern, No. 4ID6. sizes 32 to -10. will bo mailed to any address by the Fashion
Department of this paper on receipt of 10 cents.
( Send to .........
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) Pattern No. .i (Ten Cents Inclosed.) J
) An orders are ftllM from the East, It will require about 10 daya from recoipt '',
) of order to recclvo patterns.
lt WOMEN OF UTAH 4
j J j AS WELL AS MEN,
1 A 1 And those of the surrounding States, will be especially inter- H A
1 W cstcd In NEXT SUNDAY'S SALT "LAKE TRIBUNE. I W j
E Al a Special Fashion Page and Society Gossip of. City, and t 0t
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I ALL THE WAR NEWS,
Jl With lllufftrations. Will bo the Great Features: Besides the A U
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staff, band, four companies, fifteen offi
cers and 29U enlisted men.
Fort Duchesne, Utah Two compa
nies, six officers and 130 enlisted men.
Fort Apache, Ariz. One company
three officers and sixty enlisted men.
Whipple Barracks, Ariz. One com
pany, three officers and sixty men.
RAIL EARNINGS IN 1903.
High. Record Gross Receipts, but Net
Cut Down, by Increased Co3t
The Chronicle computes the grons
earnings of 112 roads for the year 1903
at $1,755,675,830, an increase o $1S2,039.
S40.. or 11.57 per cent. These figures
relate to 172.7SS miles of road. The
grand aggregate of railroad mileage in
the United States somewhat exceeds
200,000 miles. Allowing for the roads
not repreaented. the amount of incrcaso
in gross earnings for .the whole rail
road system of the country must
be cldse to, if it does not exceed.
52.000,000. The Chronicle says: "Con
sidering the intense depression in the
iron and steel trade, which developed
i in the latter half of the year, and the
numerous labor troubles that occurred
all ovm- the country and finally op
erated to bring about a material set
back In general trade. It will no doubt
b a surprise to be told that the In
crease in the grow receipts from the
operation of United States railroads
during 1903 was the very largest or any
calendar year on record.
"The record as to net results will ne
far Ices satisfactory, owing to the
great augmentation in expenses which
have been typical of tho period. It Is
proper to state that the further im
provement in revenues during the
more recent years has followea In part
from better freight rate realized. The
higher rates have come, firstly, as a,
result of the maintenance of agreed
schedule?, due in a measure to the
greafer harmony prevailing between
competing systems (owing to consoli
dation and the development of the
communlty-of-lntcrest idea), but alBO
to the Injunctions obtained In the
courts by the Interstate Commerce
commission to compel the observance
of the schedules of charges filed with
'"Higher rates were forced upon tlie
roads bv the enhanced cost of fuel ma
terials and supplies, but above every
thing else by the increase In wages.
The shipments of merchandise and mis
cellaneous freight coutiuued large al
most to the year's close, mills nnd fac
tories being kept busy on old orders.
In addition there was a decided gain
in the agricultural tonnage.
Union Pacific Plans.
The Union Pacific has decided to
build to Grand Encampment at last,
and has voted the necessary 56.000.000
to accomplish the work. The surveys,
made and approved; show the branch
to be 125 miles long, and It is thought
the road can be finished this year. It
will open up some of the richest land
in the country, which capitalists have
been trying to do for years.
Gmber at Rawlins.
Kawlins, Wye. Feb. 11. General
Superintendent G ruber and Superin
tendent A. L. Park of the Wyoming
division of the Union Pacific, spent a
few hours in Rawlins today and their
visit, together with remarks and in
quiries made, lias caused the belief that
the offices of Assistant Superintendent
Whitney will be moved from Cheyenne
to this place. The Seventh district,
Rawlins to Green River, was a few
days ago included in his Jurisdiction,
and this point is the more central. The
old -Union Pacific hotel will be. con
verted into an otllce building for Air.
Whitney and his subordinates.
Eckloff Loses Digits. j
Rawlinn, Wyo., Feb. 11. Charles
Eckloff today loat the thumb and lips
of three fingers on his right hand by
the explosion of dynamite. He was
blasting at the stone quarry and one
shot missed and he was attempting to
Pick it out of, the hole. This is his sec
ond -experience of this kind, for only a
few weeks ago four sticks exploded in
the toolhouse while he was standing
near and tore his clothing off and took
the roof off the building, but he was In-injured.
J. J. Ford, general Western agent at
Denver for the New York Central lines,
was here ycslOrday.
' The train to Heber, which was dis
continued during the coal strike, has
boon put on again, to run dally.
Col. I. A. Benton, general agent of
the passenger department hero for the
Rio Grande, Is confined to his room
The new engines for the Oregon
Short Line are straggling In one by
one, as the locomotive works never
send them out In bunches.
General Manager R. E. Wells of the
San Pedro has returned to his office,
and General Passenger and Freight
Agent E. W. Glllet has gone to the
const for a fortnight. '
Constable W. F. Hills has received a
letter from Albion, N. Y.. telling him
that his brother, C. D. Hills, had fallen
through his haymow and had sus
tained injuries which probably would
ho fatal. He is 69 years old.
General Manager W. H. Bancroft of
thwTnion Pacific and Short Line is ex
pected in Salt Lake on Saturday, unac
companied by any officials. It is the
general opinion here that he will not
remove his home to Omaha as he is too
fond of this city and climate.
Straw &. Storrs of Provo have been
awarded the contract to complete the
grading of the Crevasse feeder to. the
Rio Grande from the asphaltum beds.
C. O. Baxter let the contract. It calls
for sixty miles of scaper work and
eighteen of hard grading.
Assistant Chief Engineer McCartney
of the San Pedro is laughing about the
lurid stories told about the tramps who
aro streaming across the desert either
to get work grading at "three per," as
they hear, or to the coast, where they
can enjoy salubrious air. Mr. McCart
ney says it is not so bad now, but wait
till summer, when the water is gono.
Terrible talcs of suffering have gono
Field Engineer Rittcnhouse of the
Moffat route surveying parties, was in
Vernal the other day, and after assur
ing the citizens that the road would
pass through Vernal told them that the
grade through the Strawberry valley
was higher than the company's limit
of two inches. He seemed to think the
route would be down the west fork of
the Duchesne by way of Kamas, which
is considered a feasible route.
"Better out than In" that humor that
you notice. To bo sure It's out and all
out, take Hood's Sarsapartlki
Search by Husband for Victim of the
Iroquois Horror Reveals a
Chicago,' Feb. 11. The long search
of Frank R. Greenwald for the body of
his wife, who lost her life In the Iro
quois fire, hns been rewarded. Pie has
found the body buried at El'mwood as
that of another woman.
Identification was by a ligament con
necting two of the woman's toes, and
some rings on one of her fingers. The
face had been burned beyond recogni
tion. Linked with the pathos of the long
search Is a story. If the theory of the
police and the husband is true, of a de
liberate attempt to get possession of a
body In order to obtain the money
found on it.
Mrs. Greenwald's body was taken to
an undertaking establishment, where it
was numbered 34. The number was a
duplicate, and on the other body num
bered 31 was $300. A man who said he
came from Montreal, Canada, claimed
body No. 31. stating that 5500 would be
found on it. He secured a permit to
take away this body.
He claimed It as thai of the body
of his aunt, a woman 50 years of 'age.
When he brought the permit to remove
the body he found that it already had
been Identified as that of Mrs. Helen
Miller, 23 years old.
When he found he could not get the
body of Mrs. Miller, he took the other
one, as his permit called for No. 31.
This was the body of Mrs. Greenwald.
He called an undertaker to care for the
body and bury it.
He explained his circumstances, and
upon promise that wealthy relatives
would come to Chicago, he obtained not
only credit for tho expense of the In
terment, but also the loan of a consid
erable sum from the undertaker.
After both the bodies had been burled
the Montreal man continued to trouble
the Miller family, seeking the effects
that were on the body which they had
Although Mrs. Greenwald wore sev
eral urtlclcs of jewelry, the presence of
the two rings leads the police to believe
that the remaining pieces were taken
by some one else, and not by the man
who Identified the body. No money was
found on the body.
The police have a good description of
I the Montreal man and his arrest Is ex
Greenwald's son also had been wrong
ly Identified. Ho had been placed in n
vault a Vernon Corbin. This mistake
was discovered by Mr. Greenwald ten
days after the fire.
(f&jEHfl & Every woman covets &
BmSS ffillffilSlil8& StSi shaPely prtty figure, and
iltf B m many of them deplore the
Iobs of their girlish forms
BR HF after marriage. The bearing
Wfflm& iOfc iSi&'iOlJ IffiWl of ckldren is often, destructivp
WrSV Lffffim M fSiJF m BE to the mother's shapeliness.
AH of this can be avoided,
however, by the use of Mother's Friend before baby comes, as this
great liniment always prepares the body for the strain upon it, and
preserves the symmetry of her form. Mother's Friend overcomes all tho
danger of child-birth, and carries the expectant mother safely through
this critical period without pain. It is woman's greatest blessing.
Thousands gratefully tell of the benefit and relief derived from tho
list of this wonderful jEffiSS iS-g
druggists at$ i. oo per Jjf ' JP
book, telling all about
thiii liniment, will be tent free. Jrjpg tftt ffiMj
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A New Form of Insuranco That Will
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The ordinary life insurance and fire
Insurance policies arc, in one way, very
You have' to die or lose your house in
order to get anything out of them,
' Certainly not a very attractive propo
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Your health is at stake. But you in
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The policy consists of a package of
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Try them. Wc- stand hack of them
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Mellin's Food and Milk is an
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Wc should like to oend a sample of Mellin's
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following, at special low prices: SI
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"The Whiskey Merchants." - '
I Echoes of- the Baltimore Fire. i ' 'I
Look well to your fire Insurance policies. This great fire will un- 4
T doubtedly "wipe out" 25 per cent of the fire insurance companies doing I
t business In the United States. 1 '1
The policies of many companies will be made only as much waste -i
r paper. 7 - H
f Every company in THE WILSON-SHERMAN CO.'S Agency. 10 in t
all. went through the great Chicago and Boston conflagrations and T,
J" paid their losses dollar for dollar and have accumulated their millions
t -lnce on account of Uie reputation made in those trying times; they will - jH
V payn full again for their losses at Baltimore and yet haye money iH
left for any possible obligation they are liable to incur In Utah or else- JM
where. - IH
C Notice their list of great companies; 4
f Companv Incorporated, Assets Jan. 1. 1303. 4 .
K Citizens of St. Louis. Mo 1S37 514.130.5SS.63 4 JM
X German-American of New York 1S72 10,319.1 (G.7f. 7 ; Jm
t Ins. Co. cf North America 1702 10,i02.aS3.61 I IH
t Notional Fire of Hartford 1SG0 C.205.303.71
I Niagara Fire of New York , 1S50 3,608.154.90
I Norwich Union Fire Ins. Society 17t7 7.000.000.00
Jf Phoenix Ins. Co. of Hartford.... 1S54 M97.C12.14
L Philadelphia Underwriters 1S17 lC,So3,407.00
t Sprinsficld F. & M. of Mass 1S49 6.154.391.S4 4 ,
t Quce'n Ins. Co. of America 1S91 5.744.340.SO 4 - ,
J- Transatlantic Fire of Hamburg 1S37 2,300.000.00 ,
t All of these ten (10) great Fire Companies represented by
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t No. 52 W. 2nd South St. Upstairs. 4
t Insurance, in all its branches. "Wo want your business." -4- j,
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t. Thls sPcc,al atc Applies to All j
jjr Until Further Notice Tf 9
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isj Women Nervous and Private Diseases. 1
In All Private Diseases of Men, to Show Our Good Fa.i(h and Skill, we or I
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Contracted Disorders What "Weakness " is and VARICOCELE-
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had rolapso Afior So called "Woakaoss" In men Is merolr copiplotely. rnroitj- f HHiH
bolnff dlsoharaed in u armplom of chroulo InHuiuninUon In our motboo. It a H
cured, nnd we euro In tbo proiiato gland, broucai on by carlT mo onlr ihorougaly I iHHH
los time than tho or- dUMpAtlon or by tbo Improper treat- l,5ion'!nc tra"u:nl 'or lHIIIH
dlDarj rormi of troit- ment of eomo contracted dJtoaio. A 'Y1 olcase- bclnr om- t I iH
mont reqolriv. comploto nna radical euro is, tburoforo, P'ojcd. I JH
u question u rotorlnc the proatnto . V ,H
Kland to Itn normal stato, and tbli wu J H
StCClflC DIood Poison. nccompllb proinpUy nnd cotnpletcly Spormntorxhoea.
opcmii, uiuuu ruiwu. wltbout tho uw of Internnl rcmodlei. titrlcttiro. 1' 11 o- f ilillH
Ko dancoron mlneralt Our Ircutmunt Is n local ono cntlroly. L,oM 31unbooj' t iiiiill
in to drlro the Ttrus to It lit original nnd fclcntlOo, nnd boa Jl vtlrocoJc, Soiull E IIHH
fl tbo Interior, but harm- beon proven nbsulutoly cITcctlvo by it a 1 F I liiiiH
,B losi. blood-olcantlnf; tboasauds of tetn. Wo nro conTlocod etc., aro aJao p HHHiil
II remodtet, that rotuoro that by no other mutbods enn fuli r.nd qluouc t ho dl iiiiiii
D the Uit polconoua' pormancnt restoration ot EtrunuUi acd ncnscs we onro ' IliliH
I lalnt. tltor bo accomplished. to'stay oared. I ' ilPH
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