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MRS BRADLEY BRADLEYI
I IS AGAIN WITH WITHHER WITHHERCHILDREN
HER HERCHILDREN HERCHILDRENComes CHlLDRN CHlLDRNComes
Comes to Salt Lake in Time to toHave toHave toHave
Have Christmas Dinner DinnerWith DinnerWith DinnerWith
With Them ThemWILL ThemWILL ThemWILL
WILL BEGIN LIFE ANEW ANEWIN
IN SOME FAROFF PLACE PLACEIS
IS DEEPLY GRATEFUL L TO MANY MANYPEOPLE MANYPEOPLE MANYPEOPLE
PEOPLE WHO HAVE BEEN BEENKIND BEENKIND BEENKIND
KIND TOHER TOHERAfter TOHERAfter TOHERAfter
After all the sad bitter experiences of ofher ofher ofher
her life the outcome of tho trial is ob obliterated obliterated ohliterated ¬
literated for airs Anna M Bradley Bradleywhen Bradleywhen Bradleywhen
when she has reached her former home homeand homeand homeand
and been surrounded once more by h her herchildren herhlidren herchtldren
children The one great thing that re remains remains tornaln2 ¬
mains for her significant is of her hope hopeful hopeful hopeful ¬
ful cheerful cheerfulnature nature It is s the goodness goodnessof d dot
of the people who have befriended her herAnd herAnd herAnd
And while reticent about talking and in inno inno inno
no sense willling to pose pO e before the pub public public pubIc ¬
lic Ic her heart is overflowing with grati gratitude gratitude gratitudo ¬
tude for the treatment she has received receivedMrs receivedIrs rece1veLMrs
Mrs Irs Bradley reached home Christmas Christmasday Christmasc1aln ChristmasdayIn
day c1aln In time to eat dinner with her chil children children children ¬ I
dren and to share in their delight at the theChristmas theChristmas theChristmas I
Christmas tree which klpdly relatives had hadprepared ladprepared hadprepared
prepared for them And when the five fiveof flv flvot fiveof
of them themthe the mother and the four chit chllfren chiljr
4 jr fren nwere were united all else seemed to be beforgotten beforgotten beforgotten
forgotten When asked how they re received received recelved ¬
ceived her Mrs Irs Bradley seemed taken takenalmost takenalmost takenalmost
almost by surprise so thoroughly had hadthey hadthe hadthey
they the taken her to themselves that she shehad shthad shehad
had never even been allowed to ask how howthey howthey howthey
they had received her herWhy herWhy herWhy
Why they tho Just climbed all over mo moand meand I Iand
and hugged and kissed me and almost almostcarried almutcarried
carried me with them They The were alone aloneas aloneas aloneas I
as it happened happenedat at the station the two twoolder twoolder twoolder
older ones being sent to meet the train trainAnd trainAnd tralliAnd
And their joy was as great as if I had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been on a pleasure trip tripThanks tripThanks tripThanks
Thanks Her Attorneys AttorneysI
I feel that the outcome of the trial trialwas trIalwas trialk
k was to be expected of course but I am amnone amnone amnone
none the less deeply sensible of the de devoted deoted devoted ¬
voted oted and earnest earn st work of the attorneys attorneyswho attorneswho attorneyswho
who worked so hard for the verdict I Ithink Ithink Ithink
think Judge Powers represented all that thata
a a man and an able attorney could be in insuch InBueh Insuch
such a case And I feel that the careful carefuland carefuland carefuland
and conscientious work of Mr Vells and andMr andllr andMr
Mr Hoover was crowned by the elo eloquence eloquence eloquenco ¬
quence and ability of Judge Powers Of Ofcourse orcourse Ofcourse
course there was much of the trial of ofwhich ofwhich otWhich
which I could not take notice but when whenany wJtenany wjlenany
any particularly purUularlybrlght bright brIghtspot spot from a men mental ml1li ml1lit meital >
t tal J standpoint was waareacIedI reached ched I ceuld at atmoat at atmost at2ost
moat come out of my nt own personality to toenter toenter toenter
enter into the cleverness of It I have havenever havenever ava avanever
never seen a man who represented ones onesideal onesIdeal onesideal
ideal of a judge better than Judge Staf Stafford Stafford Stafford ¬
ford did And yet ct he is considered the thesternest thesternest thesternest
sternest and most severe Judge in Wash Washington Vashington Vasliington ¬
ington I felt that everything he did was wasin wusin wasIn
in the real cause of justice and his man manner manner manner ¬
ner was so kindly klndl and gentle that one onecould onecould onecould
could but feel it was with a high sense senseof sem5eIf senseof
of his duty to aid mankind mankindI
I could never have known half the theKindness theKindness thegindness
Kindness I have learned in any other otherway otherwa otherway
way wa I would not name any of my myfriends myfriends myfriends
friends who have rtood by me in this thisfor thisfor thisfor
for although they tile have imposed no re restrictions restrictions reatrictions ¬
strictions as to their names I have nev never nevor ¬
er or t connected them with the case at all allBut all13ut allBut
But It has been a great comfort to me to toknow toImow toknow
know that the friends who knew me best besteven be besteven t teven
even from my childhood up were the thenearest thenearest thenearest
nearest and dearest to me in all this long longtrial longtria longtrial
trial
Is Deeply Grateful GratefulIf
If I should talk all day I could not notexpress notcxpress notexpress
express nor could I in years of devo devotion devolion ¬
lion the gratitude I feel toward those thoseloyal thoseloal thoseloyal
loyal friends who all over this broad broadland broadJand broadland
land have helped me to live through th ough the theterrors theterrors theterrors I
terrors of the past year ear I have found foundthe founathe foundthe
the most devoted and loyal friendships friendshipsthat
that have ever developed on this earth earthNot earthNot earthNot
Not alone from those who had known knonnrne
me before the course of my m life was waschanged waschanged wasthanged
changed by this unhappy affair have havethese hacthese havethese
these proofs of devotion come but from fromliterally fromliternll fromliterally
literally liternll hundreds of f others whose sym sympathies sympathies sympathies ¬
pathies have been aroused by my sorrow sorrowOf sorrowOf sorrowof
Of the friendship of the press every everyone everyone everyone ¬
one already knows But of the devotion devotionof
of the Individuals who have stood by byme byme byme
me through all they the know little And Andthis Andthis Andthis
this is the significant part of it The Thegreatest Thegreatest Thegreatest
greatest sympathy the most helpful helpfulwords helpfulwords helpfulwords
words of comfort have ave come from the thevery theveT thevery
very veT good women womenthe the women who were werenot werenot werenot
not alone above reproach but whose own ownlives ownJIves ownlives
lives have hav been blessed with every hap happiness happiness happiness ¬
piness and every joy jO that comes to the theideal theIdeal theideal
ideal home homeReceives homeReceives homeReceives
Receives Many Letters LettersLetters LettersLetters LettersLetters
Letters from all over the continent continentand continentand continentand
and from all classes have come to me meand meand meand
and most of these have been only of the thekind Vie Viekind 1Ie 1Iekind
kind that expressed sympathy for me meand meand meand
and hope fora for a better future Of these thesesome thesesome
I some are among my dearest treasures as asthey asthey asthey
they can but breathe to me of all the best bestthat bestthat bestthat
that life now holds for me From one onewoman onewoman onewoman
woman whom all Salt Lake loves to hon honSr honcame hont
Sr t came the sweetest message of sym sympathy smpathy sympathy ¬
pathy one woman onan ever penned to another anotherand anotherand anotherand
and all because she had known me as a agirl a agirl agirl
girl and loved me Oh this human love loveof Joveof loveof
of one good woman for another whether whethergood whethergood whethergood
good or not is the greatest saving grace gracethe gracethe gracethe
the whole earth holds And I know that thatth thatthl thatth
th world orld Is growing better and better betterevery bettervery bettervery
very day for It ItOf Itot itOf
Of course there were men too many manyof manyot manyof
of them t em sincere true friends I do not notdoubt notdoubt notdoubt
doubt who w o stood by me but T have havelearned havelearned havelearned
learned to value the friendship of a true truewoman truewoman truewoman
woman more and at the same time to ac accept aecept accept ¬
cept it as a more significant thing Men MenContinued 1IenContinued MenContinued
Continued on Page 3
New York Dec 27 iThe The mystery sup suprounding liU1rounding amrounding
rounding the circumstances of the mur murder murder murder ¬
der of the unknown woman whose who body bodywas bodyvas odyWolS
was found und nearly s bmer bnargd nd d n u pona ponaon cma cmaon
on tht th outskirts of Harriton Hurr liOn If N i L ay aypears 3Ipears a aptar5
pears no nearer solutor solut > rtonlght tonight Han Hanwhw ft I Im ImwitH ciaWllFl
witH the > body bod was discovered The Thetheory ThetLrotY Thetheory
theory on which th d detectives ar nov novworking nrowworkln newworking
working Is that the woman oman came to her herdeath herdenth herdeath
death In Newark ewark and that her body boc was wascwkl wastJTlet wasccrriirI
cwkl to the lonely pond so O t tnm 1nl th threal rhTeal ths
s real scene ol J the crime and 111C the idiitUy idiitUyof HI 1tti 1ttic
of c the smer sm er might be trnceaUJ trnceaUJSearching rncealJSearching neealJSearching
Searching for Murderer MurdererThe
The Newark police are tonight search searchIng searchIng i iIng
Ing for the slayer who is believed to tohavo tohavo I Ihavo
havo met the young woman by appoint appointment appointment appointinent ¬
ment In Newark and then lured her to toher tober toher
her death Evidence was found today todaythat toda todathat todaythat
that the woman was seen In Newark on onChristmas onChristmas onChristiflas
Christmas eve by b William Snyder a acarpenter aeJlrpenter acarpenter
carpenter who stated after seeing r > the thebody thebody thebody
body that the young woman had spoken spokento
to him In Newark on the night before beforeChristmas bcforuChristmas beforeChristmas
Christmas and asked to t be directed to toa toa toa I
a restaurant rest urant He said the woman told toldhim toldhim toldhim I
him that she was a stranger atruJgerI
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APPEAL MADE TO TOTHE TOTHEPRESIDENT
THE THEPRESIDENT THEPRESIDENTSenator PRESIDENT PRESIDENTSenator
Senator Newlands of Nevada NevadaTrying NevadaTrying NevadaTrying
Trying to Prevent With Withdrawal Witht Withdrawal Withdrawal ¬
drawal of Troops TroopsUP TroopsUP TroopsUP
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UP TO GOVERNOR SPARKS SPARKSV SPARKSLEGISLATURE SPARKSLEGISLATURE SPARKSLEGISLATURE
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LEGISLATURE WILL HAVE TO BE BECALLED BECALLED BECALLED
CALLED TOGETHER TOGETHERWashington TOGETHERWashington TOGETHERWashington
Washington Dec 27 27Senator Senator New Newlands Newlands Newlands
lands of Nevada is endeavoring to toprevent toprevent toprevent
prevent withdrawal of the government governmenttroops governmenttroops governmenttroops
troops from Goldfield until some other othermeans othermeans othermeans
means of protection is had Today he hecalled hecalled hecalled
called upon Secretary Taft at t the war wardepartment wardepartment wardepartment
department and strongly urged rg d that thatexecution thatexecution i iexecution
execution of the order issued by b the thesecretary thesecretary
secretary for the withdrawal of the thetroops thetroops tiletroops
troops next Monday be suspended un until until until ¬
til he has had an opportunity to com communicate communicate cornmunicate ¬
municate with Governor Sparks and andendeavor andendeavur andendeavor
endeavor to induce him to call the Ne Nevada Nevada Nevada ¬
vada legislature together Secretary SecretaryTaft SecretarTaft SecretaryTaft
Taft has advised with Secretary Root Rooton Rooton Rooton
on this subject and it is probable that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the president pre itIent will be communicated communicatedwith
with jth at Pine Knot There Is every dis disposition disposition disposition ¬
position to refrain from breaking in inupon inupon Inupon
upon his privacy at this time and anti the theonly theonly
only excuse for doing so is found in inthe inthefact
the the1act fact that unless the original order orderIs
Is modified the troops must leave Gold Goldfield Goldfield Goldfield
field next Monday morning and before beforethe beforethe beforethe
the presidenrreturns to Washington WashingtonDoubt WashingtonDoubt a8hlngtonDoubt
Doubt as to Legality LegalityAdministration LegalityAdministration LegalityAdministration
Administration officials feel that the thepresent th thpresent thepresent
present situation In the matter matt r of ofGoldfields ofGoldfields ofGoldfields
Goldfields case cannot c becontiriue be1continueIn be1continueInview < I > ln lnview lriview
view of the doubt that exists as s to tonIC tonICconstitutional fIIC fIICconstitutional ie ieconstitutional
constitutional and legal right of the theexecutive theexecutive theexecutive
executive to employ any anypart part of the theregular theregular theregular
regular army in Nevada under present presentconditions presentconditions > r s nt ntcondltians
conditions Governor Sparks Spar s attention attentionhas attentionhas attentionhas
has been repeatedly called to the fact factthat factthat factthat
that this constitutional doubt might mightbe
be removed by the t th simple device of ofcalling o ocalling ofcalling
calling together the state legislature legislaturewhen legislaturewhen legislaturewhen
when that body could either give its itswarrant itswarrant itswarrant
warrant to the use of the federal federaltroops federaltroops federaltroops
troops or provide by legislation for forraising torraising forraising
raising a state force of some kind kindcither kindeither kindeither
either militia or police sufficient to in insure insure insure ¬
sure the maintenance of peace and the theobservance theobservance theobservance
observance of law in Goldfield It is isbelieved isbelieved isbelieved
believed that Senator Newlands ap appeal appeal appeal ¬
peal today is an indication of the will willingness wlllIngness willlugness ¬
ingness of the t e governor to recall his hisrefusal hisrefusal hisrefusal
refusal to convene the legislature in insession Insession Inseslon
session and If f this belief is well found founded founi1cd foun1ed ¬
ed the government troops troopswotlld would prob probably probablY probably ¬
ably bo retained ret lned at Goldfield untHjsgrne untHjsgrneothir u until mQme mQmeother some someothitr
other jjrrajigementscyirbBjnada jjrrajigementscyirbBjnadaForwarded JJrflnS rja flgcrnnttnMzzladtL1Forwarded mmts fln QhladC QhladCForwarded
Forwarded to Roosevelt RooseveltFollowing RooseveltFollowing RooseveltFollowing
Following the receipt of Senator SenatorNewlands SenatorNewlands SenatorNewlands
Newlands protest Secretary SecretaJ of War WarTaft WarTaft VarTaft
Taft tonight communicated with Pres President PresIdent PresIdent ¬
ident Roosevelt at Pine Knot in I n regard regardto
to the withdrawal of the troops at atGoldfield atGoldfield atGoldfleld
Goldfield The secretary seeretar declined to tostate tostate tostate
state what course he had recommend recommended ¬
ed in the matter nor would he say saywhether saywhether saywhether
whether he had heard from the presi president president president ¬
dent in turn Secretary Loeb said the theWhite theVhite theWhite
White House was entirely without ad advices advices adrices ¬
vices from Pine Knot as the Goldfield Goldfieldquestion Goldfieldquestion Goldfieldquestion
question was being handled by the war wardepartment wardepartment wardepartment
department departmentPOSTHASTE departmentPOSTHASTE departmentPOSTHASTE
POSTHASTE TO PINE KNOT KNOTCouriers KNOTouriers KNOTCouriers
Couriers = Dispatched With Message Messagefor i I
for the President PresidentCharlottesville PresidentCharlottesville PresidentCharlottesville
Charlottesville Va Dec 27 iUpon 27Uponreceipt iUponreceipt Upon Uponreceipt
receipt of a telegram early this after afternoon afternoon ¬
noon presumably from Washington WashingtonCrew WashingtonCrew WashingtonCrew
Crew accompanied by Sloan left post posthaste postnaste pothaste ¬
haste for Pine Knot About 230 oclock oclocka
a telephone message was received from fromGiendower fromGlendower fromGlendower
Glendower a mile from Pine Knot Knotstating Knotstating Knotstating
stating that nothing had been seen of ofthe otthe ofthe
the two couriers up to the hour of ofclosing ofclosing ofclosing I
closing 6 oclock The distance is six sixteen sixteen sixteen ¬ I
teen l1iles mles over muddy roads They Theywill Theywill Theycviii
will probably spend the night at Plain PlainDealing Pl PlDealing PlainDealing
Dealing returning to Fharlattesvi1le Charlottesville in inthe inth Inthe I
the th morning The president after afterspending afterspending afterspending
spending the forenoon at the cottage cottagespent cottagespent cottagespent I
spent the entire afternoon in the themountains themountains themountains
mountains across Hardmore river five fivemiles fivemiles fivemiles
miles from the hunting lodge in quest questof questof questof
of wild turkeys The start was made madefrom madetrom madefrom
from Pine Knot immediately after afterluncheon afterluncheon afterluncheon
luncheon the trip being made on onhorseback onhorseback onhorseback
horseback horsebackMrs horsebackIrs horsebackMrs
Mrs Irs Roosevelt and Miss Carew Carew went wentfor wentfor wentfor
for a buggy ride this afternoon ac accompanied accompanied accompanled ¬
companied by Joseph Wllmer WllmerBLOOD WilmerBLOOD lImer lImerBLOOD
BLOOD POISONING FATAL FATALWilliam FATALWilliam FATALWilliam
William Carney Dies From Effects of ofStepping ofSt ofStipping
Stepping St pplng on a Nail NailWhen NailWhen NailWhen
When William Carney a carpenter carpenterof
of 541 South Fifth East street stepped steppedupon steppedupon steppedupon
upon a nail while w Ue at work a few days daysago daysago daysago
ago he gave aVe little thought to the mat matter mattpr matter ¬
ter considering th tho injury only a trifle trifleBut trIfleBut trifleBut
But blood poisoning set t in and the car carpenter carnter carpnter ¬
penter nter Was was removed to St Marks hbs hbspital hbspltal bbspltai
pital where he died yesterday morn morning morning ulornIng ¬
ing
Carney was unmarried and lived with withhis withhis withhis
his mother mot er at the th Fifth East street streetaddress streetaddrtss streetaddress
address The funeral will take place placeon placeon
on Sunday afternoon at 2 oclock from fromODonnells fromODonnells fromODonnells
ODonnells undertaking und rtaking establishment
HARRISON N J MURDER MYSTERY NO NONEARER NONEARER NONEARER
NEARER SOLUTION SOLUTIONTHEORY THEORY OF POLICE
Chief Rogers of Harrison Harrison and the de detectives deteetives dotectives ¬
tectives working under his direction ad admit admit admit ¬
mit tonight that they are unable to tothrow tothrow tothrow
throw any an light on the case County Count
Physician Converse viewed the body of
the woman this afternoon but did not notperform notperform notperform
perform the autopsy which the police
hoped would determln whether the thewoman thewoman thewoman
woman was drugged or strangled strangledNo
No Evidence of Struggle StruggleThe
The body shows Ao 10 evidence of a strujr strujrgle strug
gle The pollee assert that the murderer
knew the locality where he sought to toconceal toronceal toconceal
conceal the body bod as the pond is cx cxnly
tremely difticult of access In the day
time and dnl dnly nly
one who was well ac acquainted ¬
quainted with the neighborhood would wouldattempt wouldattempt wouldattempt
attempt to reach the place at a night
An undergarment belonging to the
woman was found near the Passaic
Yacht club today toda The garment was slit eli
up the back the same as the woman womanswaist womanwaist oman omanwaist
waist which was found with the other otherclothing othtJrclothing otherclothing
clothing yesterday
Many persons ons called at the morgue mor e to
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duy in harrison larrl n tg t view the lie body od but butno bti btino
no identification Idel1t11c Uol1 was made madet
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ON THE THEARPATHE THEARPATHEColored WARPATH WARPATHColored
Colored Men Massing Near NearHenryetta NearHenryetta NearHenryetta
Henryetta Okla and Militia MilitiaLikely MilitiaLikely MilitiaLikely
Likely to Take a Part PartGuthrie Partt
fr t + + + + + 4 + + + 4 + + + 4 t 4 4 1 + + + + t444 t444Guthrie t + + H Huthrje
+ Guthrie < Qkla Dec Dec27 27 27A A A tele telephonemessage le lepbonemess + 4piione +
+ phonemessage pbonemess piione inessdge ge Ira froniLHenryetta fralJ1He en enthe e t tojcf t tthe
4 + the State Capital says negroes negroesciie negroesciierepOrted are aref atereported + +
+ f reported massing four miles from fromthat fromthat + f
4 + that city and that citizens are ar ex ex expectlng 4 f ff
f 4 pectlng attack at any time of oft f fGuthrie
+ + 4 + + 1 1Guthrle t t + + + + + + + + + + + ft t tGuthrie + +
Guthrie Okla Dec 27 27Gavernor 27GavernorHaskell 27GovernorHaskell Governor GovernorHaskell
Haskell has most disquieting reports reportsfrom reportstrom reportsfrom
from Henryetta and nd two companies companiesof
of national guard are being held in inreadiness inreadiness inreadiness
readiness to move to that town at any anymoment anymoment anymoment
moment He is waiting a wired request requestfrom requesttrom requestfrom
from the mayor for help which tele telephone telephone telephone ¬
phone communication leads him to be bel believe behieve
l lieve will come at once Military com companies campanles coinpanies ¬
panies at Chandler and Oklahoma City Cityare Cityare Cityare
are in readiness to move Armed guards guardsare
are patrolling Henryetta streets and andcouriers andcouriers
couriers are out endeavoring to locate locatean
an armed body of negroes who were re reported reported reported ¬
ported four miles from the sown own The Thegovernor Thegovernor Thegovernor
governor expects to remain in his of office office offlee ¬
fice most of the night so that he may be bein beIn beIn
in touch with the situation situationYILIFIEB situationVILlflf situationV1EIFIE
YILIFIEB FRED FiiFD MNFILS MNFILSOne
One of the theProprietors Proprietors of Denver DenverPost DenverPost DenverPost
Post Gives Reason for Assault Assaulton
on Senator Patterson PattersonDenver PattersonDenver
Denver Colo Cob Dec 27 27FredG Fred G Bon Bonfils Bonfils Bonfits
fils one of the proprietors of the Den Denver Denyer Denver ¬
ver Post was arrested today on a war warrant warrant warrant ¬
rant sworn out by Thomas M Patter Patterson Patterson Patterson ¬
son former United States senator and andprincipal andprincipal andprincipal
principal owner of the Rocky Mountain MountainNews MountainNews MountainNews
News and Denver Times charging him himwith himwith himwith
with assault and battery Mr Bonffls Bonfflswas Bontflswas Bonfilswas
was taken before Justice of the Peace PeaceThomas PeaceThomas PeaceThomas
Thomas Carlon who issued the war warrant warrant varrant ¬
rant and furnished bonds for his ap appearance appearance appearance ¬
pearance for trial trialThe trialThe trialThe
The assault was committed yester yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
day as Mr Patterson was walking walkingfrom walkingfrom walkingfrom
from his home to his office Mr Bon Bonfils Bonfils Bonfils
fils knocked Mr Patterson down and andstruck andstruck andstruck
struck him repeatedly Inflicting pain painful painful painful ¬
ful injuries injuriesIn
In a card published in the Post to today today today ¬
day Mr Bonfils states that the reason reasonfor reasontar reasonfor
for hisaction his JLctIon Ctlon was the publication publicatlonot publicatlonotartlclel of ofarticles ofarticlein
articles articlein in Mr lr Pattersons patters ns newspapers newspapersvilifying nespapers nespapersvilltylng newspapersvilifying
vilifying him and declares he will willcall willcall willcall
call the senator to account every time timethey timethey timethey
they meet if similar publications con continue contin continue ¬
tinue tin e to be made madeTRAIN J JTRAIN
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TRAIN AFTER TRAIN TRAINRoad tRAINRoad TRAINRoad
Road From Callente to Pioche Doing DoingConsiderable DoingConsiderable DoingConsiderable
Considerable Business BusinessSpecial BusinessSpecial BusinessSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldPioche HeraldPloche HeraldPioche
Pioche Dec 27 21Long Long and heavy heavytrains heavytrains heavytr
trains tr iiis of freight are being run over the theCaliente theCaUente theCahlente
Caliente Pioche road these days daysmany daysmany daysmany
many carloads of lumber coal and mer merchan4se merchandse mercilafl4Je
chan4se being handled Hammond HammondFuller HammondFuller HammondFuller
Fuller are receiving many carloads of ofwood otwood ofwood
wood from a J jtoint lnt between Pioche and andCaliente andC andC
Caliente C liente and andtiire Tkere e is no likelihood of ofany otany f fany
any shortage of fuel this winter winterWithin winterWithin wInterWithin
Within a few ew days will probably probablybe probablybedetermined be bedetermined bedetermined
determined the kind of substance the thediamond thediamond thediamond
diamond drill Is boring through at pres present present present ¬
ent It is of black manganese charac character character cliaracter ¬
ter and the management Is under the thebelief thebeliet thebelief
belief that mineral of no small S valve valvevill yati1ewill valVewill
will be reached soon The diamond dpi dpis dl dlIs
Is s giving the greatest satisfaction satisfactionIbout satisfactionAbout satisfactionAbout
About twenty feet is being sunk daily dailyTwo dailyTwo dailyTwo
Two shifts are employed employedA
A B EDLER COMMANDER COMMANDERSpecial COMMANDERSpecial I ISpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldDenver HeraldDenver I IDenver
Denver Colo Cob Dec 27 27A 7A A B Edler of ofSalt ofSalt ofSalt
Salt Lake was today elected general generalommander generalcommander generalcommander
commander of the Industrial Guards Guacds of ofmerlca ofAmerica ofAmerica
America an Industrial fraternal organ organzatloil organizatioti rganizatlOI1
zatloil patterned after military form formind formand formand
and now claiming a membership of 25
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BAD flu in ACCIDENT AbUUtnlpjiiiQcn ACCIDENTCAUSED ACCIDENTCAUSEDBY xnninciiT
pjiiiQcn RV FOG FOGThree cnn FOGThree
CAUSED CAUSEDBY uHUDLU BY Di luu luuThree
Three Persons Killed and 17 17Injured 17Injured 17Injured
Injured on Elevated Tracks Tracksof I Iof
of Pennsylvania Road RoadCamden RoadCamden RoadCamden
Camden N J Dec 27 27Three Three persons per lIersg jers9fl5 ¬
sons sg s9fl5 were e erkiedaiId killed ki1led1Jqd arid seventeen o ntee Injured Injuredin 1llj 1lljfn
in Ii a a1otn coll collthe on rrmee1Wa rr ik5o ik5othe ot otthe
the Pennsylvania P nnsylvanla road just outside outsidethe outsidethe ut5ldethe
the station here today when a Pember Pemberton Pelrtberton Peniberton
ton accommodation train ran into the therear therear therear
rear of an Atlantic City express expressA
A heavy fog was the principal con contributory contributory contrthutory ¬
tributory cause caus of the accident accidentThe accide accldert accldertThe t tThe
The Dead DeadC i iC
C H Brown Moorestown NnT NnTJ
J L Garbarini Mount Holly NrJ NrJT J JT
T L Webster Merchan MerchantvihIeN MerchanVill ville N J JInjured JInjured JI
Injured InjuredRobert InjuredHobert I nju red red1tobert
Robert Clark of Merchantville 11erchantvU e suf suffered suffered suffered ¬
fered contusions on legs and chest and andhis andhis andhis
his ears were cut The others badly in injured Injured Injured ¬
jured are areJ areJ areJ
J K Mendenhall of Hainsport N J JWilliam JWilliam JWilliam
William Mason Mount Holly HollyA Holi HoliA
A H Muleford of Merchantville MerchantvilleBernard MerchantvilleBernard lerchantvllleBernard
Bernard Stafford of Mer lIerehantvJll lIerehantvJllExpress MerjthantvllldExpress hantvllld hantvllldExpress
Express Had Precedence PrecedenceAll
All those killed or injured were pas passengers passengers passengers ¬
sengers in the theflrst first car of the Pember Peinberton Pemberton Pemberton
ton accommodation Both trains were weredue weredue weredue
due in the th > Camden station at 831 the theAtlantic theAtlantic theAtlantic
Atlantic City Cityexprcs express having prece precedence precedence precedence ¬
dence denceThe denceThe denceThe
The fog was so thick that the en engineers engineers engineers ¬
gineers of the two trains were running runningcautiously runningcautiously runningcautiously
cautiously and just outside the station stationthe stationthe stationthe
the Atlantic City trajn trn was signaled to tostop tostop tostop
stop The engineer of the Pemberton Pembertontrain Pembertontrain Pembertontrain
train failed to see the Atlantic City Citytrain Citytrain Citytrain
train in time to avoid a collision but buthe buthe buthe
he instantly jammed his brakes down downhard downhard downhard
hard when he saw the train through throughthe
the fog The sudden jolt forced the thetender thetender thetender
tender of the Pemberton train into the thefirst thefirst thefirst
first coach wrecking it and either kill killing killIng killlag ¬
ing or injuring everybody in the coach coachThe coachThe coachThe
The train however did not come to a afull afull afull
full stop but slipped into the UI rear of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Atlantic City express causing the thetender thetender thetender
tender to still further telescope the thefirst theflrst thefirst
first car The force of the collision was wasslight wass11ght wasslIght
slight and no one was injured on the theforwartr theforwartT theforwar
forwartr train trainWreckage traInWreckage trainWreckage
Wreckage Caught Fire FireCoals FireCoals FireCoals
Coals from from tho locomotive of the thePemberton thePemberton thePemberton
Pemberton train set the wreckage afire afireand afireand afireand
and it was at first feared that many of ofthe otthe ofthe
the injured who were pinned under u 1der the theheavy theheavy theheavy
heavy twisted iron and woodwould be beburned tJeburned e eburned
burned to death de th but the prompt action actionOf actiongt actiongZ
Of the Camden fire department in ex extinguishing extinguishing cxtlngulshlng ¬
tinguishing the flames and the efficient efficientrescue efficientrescue efficientrescue
rescue work of the uninjured passen passengers passengers passengets ¬
gers subsequently saved many lives livesSome livesSome livesSome
Some of the injured may die dieI dieHOPE dieHOPE
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HOPE TO SAfE TIE TIEReceivers P ANTS ANTSI ANTSReceivers ATSReceivers
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Receivers for Two Companies Manu Manufacturing Manufacturing Nanufacturing ¬
facturing Enamel Ware WareDebts WareDebtsa Debts Debtsa
a Million and a Half HalfBuffalo HalfBuffalo KaifBuffalo
Buffalo N Y Dec 27 2iA A petition in involuntary Involuntary Involuntary
voluntary bankruptcy was filed today todayagainst todayagainst todayagainst
against the Llsk Manufacturing com company company cornpany ¬
pany of Canandaigua N Yf Y and the theReed theReed theReed
Reed Manufacturing ManufaC turing company pany of New Newark Nevark Newark ¬
ark N J Both manufacture m enamel enamelware enamelware enamelware
ware The receivers for the two com companies companleswere cornpanics ¬
panics panleswere were appointed appointedThe appointedThe appointedThe
The debts of the two amounted to toI5562Ui
1556215 of which 1479450 is II repre represented represented ¬
sented by paper held by banks in New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York Philadelphia Chicago and ProvJ ProvJdence ProvJdence Providence
dence Each has over a milliondollars milliondollarsworth million milllondollarworth dollarS dollarSworth
worth of manufactured goods and stock stockon
on hand handBoth handBath handBoth
Both companies hope eventually to toreorganise toreorganie toreorganle
reorganise and pay In full and save s ve the theplants thepl theplants
plants pl nts and business for the stockhold stockholders ¬
ers ersThe The receivers will 111 operate the plants plantsand plantsandthe plantsand
and andthe the 850 employes will not be out of ofwork ofwork ofwork
work The capital stockbf stock f the jLisk jLiskcompany iLiskcompany Liskcompany
company is 2000000 That ThaLof of the Reed Reedcompany Reedcompany Reedcompany
company Is 500000 and Is owned by theLlsk the theLlsk he heLts1
Llsk company
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WILL NO NOT FIR FIRManager FIRE FIRfNONUNION FIRENONUNION
NONUNION HELP HELPManager HELPManager
Manager Murray of the Tele Telephone Telephone Telephone ¬
phone Company Replies to toMontana toMontana toMontana
Montana Labor Leaders Leadersf
4 t + t t l + t + t + t + + + + + 44 t + H HHel + + + + + + + 4 + +
4 f Helena Hel na Mont Dec 27rrUnltea 2iUJ11tedst 2LrUpltedsttte + f fStatej3
> Statej3 st sttte t MarshaliMerrlfleia JlasJ hasjaejn 1iasJeenunable > n nunabl +
4 + unable to serve Judge Hunts or order order order +
+ der on six Butte labor leaders who whoW whowdreqted + + f fwere
+ were W wdreqted qited lted to appear in court c urt this thismorn thisrnorntng +
+ morning morn rnorntng ng to show cause causq why they theyshould theyshould +
+ should pot 10t be puiThiheq for con contempt 4 4tempt 4tempt
+ tempt of court for allegetl violation vlola violationof lon lonof + f fof
+ of a recent Injunction restraining restrainingall 4 4 4all
+ all persons from interfering with withthe +
4 4 the operations of the Rocky Moun Mountaln +
4 4 tain tam Bell Telephone company in Inthbrstate inthhcstate + f
4 + this thbrstate state It is said they have havegone +
4 4 gone to Canada Canadat + f fButte
444 + + + t + c fUlt + + + + + 44 + + + 4 + + + + + sButt t tBuU
Butte Mont Dec 27 27There There will be beno beno beno
no settlement of the trouble between betweenthe betweenthe betweenthe
the Rocky Mountain Bell Telephone Telephonectempany Telephone4mpany Telephonecllmpafly
ctempany and the unions In Butte if ifthat Ifthat ifthat
that settlement Eettle1J1ent carries with it an agree agreement agreement agreement ¬
ment that the company is to dismiss dismissthe dinllssthe dismissthe
the nonunion men menand and women now in inits inits inits
its employe even though the labor or organizations organizations organizatlons ¬
ganizations have weakened in their de demand demand demand ¬
mand to the extent of permitting the theinjunction theinjunction theInjunction
injunction granted the company to tostand tostand tostand
stand with peace declared declaredThe declaredThe declaredThe
The above is stated authoritatively as ascoming ascoming ascoming
coming from General Manager D S SMurray SMurray SMurray
Murray of the Rocky Mountain Bell BellTelephone BellTelephone BellTelephone I
Telephone company President Alexan Alexander Alexander Alexander ¬
der Falrgrieve of the Montana State StateFederation StateFederation i
Federation of Labor Tuesdarforwarded Tuesdarforwardeda Tuesda forwarded forwardeda I
a letter to Mr Murray conceding the thepoint thepoint thepoint
point that the injunction temain in full fullforce fulltorce fullforce
force insisted upon by the company companybut companybut companybut
but as a term of peace the company dis dismiss dismiss diemiss ¬
miss all its nonunion help This Mr MrMurray MrlIurray MrMurray
Murray flatly refused to do declaring declaringhe
he proposes to stand by every employe employewho employewho
who stood by the company He states stateshe stateshe stateshe
he is willing to take back all of the theunion theunion theunion
union employes who whWent went on a strike strikeOgden strikeHEIRS strikeUEISIN
HEIRS UEISIN Hi UTAH UTAIIAND AND IDAHO IDAHOOgden IDAHOOgden
Ogden and Cache Valley Vall y People Fall Fallin Fallin Fallin I
in for Substantial Sum by byDeath byDeath byDeath
Death of Aunt AuntSpecial AuntSpecial AuntSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldMilwaukee HeraldliIwaukee HeraldMilwaukee
Milwaukee Wit Dec 27 21lIaking Making ten tenbequests tenbequests tenbequests
bequests to nephews and nieces scattered scatteredfrom 8catteredtrom scatteredfrom
from Cache valley and Ogden Utah to ioBirmingham toBirmingham toBirmingham
Birmingham England the will of Mrs MrsJulia lIrlJulia MrsJolla
Julia Brooke filed today to 1lY disposes of an anestate alestate anestate
estate consisting of real estate valued valuedat
at 24000 and personal prdperty pr perty worth worth3OOO
53000 Mrs Petty Pelt a niece of Cache val valley vaIle mlley ¬
ley le gets 2000 and Mrs Irs Jane Taylor TaylorCrowshaw TalorCrowshaw TaylorCrowshaw
Crowshaw of Ogden Utah a like likeamount likeamaunt likeamount
amount Mrs Etta Smith of Oxford OxfordBannock OxfordBannock OxfordBannock
Bannock county count Idaho will receive 251 251and 2503 2503and 25and
and all the clothing clothln of her aunt Mrs MrsBrooke MrsBrooke MrsBrooke
Brooke Mrs Emma Wright a sister ai aiOgden a aOgden aOgden
Ogden Utah is to get the beds and bed bedding bedding bedding ¬
ding and the portraits of Mrs Brooke Brookeand Brooktand Brookeand
and her husband William Brooke which whichare whichare whichure
are now In the Milwaukee home of the thedeceased thedeceased thedeceased
deceased deceasedSTEVE deceasedSTEVE deceasedSTEVEADAMSTO
STEVE STEVEADAMSTO ADAMS TO BE BETRIED BETRIED BETRIED
TRIED IN COLORADO COLORADOSpokane COLORADOSpokane COLORADOSpokane
Spokane Wash Dec 27 27Steve Steve Ad Adams Adams Adama ¬
ams who has been tried twice for the themurder themurder themurder
murder of Fred Tyler the last trial be being beIng being ¬
ing held in Rathdrum in October last lasthas lastha9 lasthas
has been discharged and immediately immediatelyrearrested Immediatelyrearrested immediatelyrearrested
rearrested by Sheriff Fitzpatrick of Tel Telluride Telluride Telluride
luride Colo for the murder of Arthur ArthurCollins ArthurCollins ArthurCollins
Collins in that city In 1904 He will be betaken beta betal
taken ta tal en to Colorado at once onceVICTIMS onceVICTIMS onceVICTIMS
VICTIMS OF SMALLPOX SMALLPOXSpecial SMALLPOXSpecial
+ Special to The Herald HeraldLansing
4 Lansing Mi llIth h Dec 27 27Two 27TwolIormbn Two 4 f
f Mormon missloharies are ill with withsmallpox <
4 + f smallpox in Lansing They give the thonames 4
f names of Bartlett Dalton and Sam Samuel f
4 f uel Gouch The missionaries are in ina
4 + a private boarding house hpusewhlch which has +
+ 4 ben quarantined Q They T hey will be re r c cmoved f
4 t 4 moved to a detention deteatl n hospital to to1 to1morroy 4
4 morrow morroy morroyttt + i
+ ttt morrot + t t fr + + + + t + + + t + + t tn t +
p
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4 CA A <
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DARROW DARRO fORCED fORCEDTO
TO LEAVE BOISEChief BOISE
Chief Counsel for Pettibone PettiboneGoing PettiboneGoing PettiboneGoing
Going to Los Angeles to toSubmit toSubmit toSubmit
Submit to Operation OperationEDGAR OperationEDGAR OperationEDGAR
EDGAR WILSON IN CHARGE CHARGEDEFENSE CHARGEDEFENSE CHARGEDEFENSE
DEFENSE BEGINS SUBMITTING SUBMITTINGTESTIMONY SUBMITTINGTESTI SUBMITTINGTESTIMONY
TESTIMONY TESTIMONYBoise TESTI TESTIMONYBoise MONY MONYBoise
Boise Ida Dec 27 2iClarence Clarence Dar Darrow Darrow Darrow
row chief counsel for the defense In the thePettibone thePettibone thePettibone
Pettibone case has been forced to re retire retire retire ¬
tire from the case for the present at atleast atleast atleast
least on account of his health He left leftthla leltthis loftthis
this afternoon for Los Angeles where wherehe wherehe wherelIe
he will submit to the mastoid operation operationwhich operationwhich operationwhich
which has become necessary nec necessary ssary Because of ofan ofan ofan
an abscess in the ear which has given givenhim givenhim givenhim
him trouble for or the past six months monthsAfter monthsAtter monthsAfter
After he delivered the opening state statement statement stateinent ¬
ment to the jury yesterday afternoon afternoonhis afterl1oonhis
his physicians informed him that if the theoperation theoperation theoperation
operation was not performed hislife hislifewould hislitewould his life lifewould
would be endangered eldanzeredThere There is little littleprobability littleprobablIllY littleprobabihlW
probability thathe will be able to re return ret return ¬
turn t rn to Boise in time to make the clos closing closing cbslag ¬
ing address for the defense in the trial trialalthough trialalthough trialalthough
although he expressed the hope today todaythat todaythat todaythat
that he could do so soWilson soWilson soWilson
Wilson Also III IIIFormer IIIFormer IIIFormer
Former Congressman Edgar Ed gar Wilson Wilsonwill Wilsonwill VUsonwill
will be In charge of the defense for the thepresent thepresent thepresent
present at least Wilson however was wasunable wasunable wasunable
unable to be In court today on account accountof accountofmne accountofll1ness
of ofmne illness and John F Nugent conduct conducted ¬
ed the case announcing that the defense defensewould defensewould defensewould
would begin its evidence by the intro introduction Introductipn introductipn ¬
duction ductipn of depositions taken on the theBradley theBradley tileBradley
Bradley affair The reading of the dep depositions depositions depositions ¬
ositions occupied the entire forenoon forenoonsession forenoonsession forenoonsession
session They were introduced in an aneffort aneffort aneffort
effort to show showthat that the explosion at the theresidence theresidence theresidence
residence of Fred Bradley in San Fran Francisco Francisco Francisco ¬
cisco was the result of a leakage of ofgas otgas ofgas
gas Ib was shown that Bradley had hadrecovered hadrecovered hadrecovered
recovered damages from the gas com company company cornpany ¬
pany for the damage dQne dpneEO dQneI dQneFAMilY dQneFAftY
I
FAMilY BURNED EO TO DEATH IEATHJohn ATD ATDJohn
John Clark Wife and Three Children Childrenof C1 ldren ldrenof
of Watertown Mass Caught Caughtby Caughtby Caughtby
by Cruel Flames FlamesBoston FlamesBoston FlamesBoston
Boston Mass Dec 27 27Fie Five persons personswere personswere personswere
were burned to death in a fire that de destroyed destroyed destroyed ¬
stroyed the house of otJohn John Clark at Wa Watertowa Watertowii Va Vatertowu
tertowa a suburb early uIr9i1JW today Every Everyin Everymem Eveymember
mem member ber of ofin f1 tia rmr 1 ln1faooH ln1faooHin
in the flames flamesThe flamesThe v vThe
The deed are areJohn are1 are1John areJohn
John Clark his wife and three chil children children children ¬
dren John aged 11 Philip aged 9 and andDoris andD andDoHs
Doris D ris aged 25 25The 25The 2 2The
The flames had h d made great gr at headway headwaywhen headwaywhen headwaywhen
when first discovered by a neighbor neighborshortly neighborshortly neighborshortly
shortly after 1 oclock oclockThe oclockThe oclockThe
The house was two miles from the thecenter thecenter thecenter
center of town and by b the th time the thefiremen thefirelpen thefireipen
firemen firelpen reached the scene the house househad hausehad househad
had been burned almost to the ground groundThe groundThe groundThe
The firemen were able to locate tile thebodies tilebodIes tilebodies
bodies of the father and two boys bo s but hutthe butthe butthe
the mother mat er and little girl were not netfound notfound notfound
found until the ruins of the house had hadcooled hadco hadcooled
cooled co led sufficiently to permit a more morethorough more morethorough i ithorough
thorough search Mr Clark was wassalesman Q Qsalesman tsalesman
salesman in a Boton seed store storeThe storeThe storeThe
The house was valued at about 5000 5000WOUND 5000WOUND 5000WOUND
WOUND NOT ri Oi FATAL FATALJohn FATALJohn FATALJohn
John Smith of Caliente Accidentally AccidentallyShot
Shot Will Recover RecoverSpecial RecoverSpecial RecoverSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldCaliente HeraldCailente
Caliente NevxDec Nev NevDee Dec 27 27John John Smith Smithbrother Smithbrother Smithbrother
brother of Sheriff Phil Smith who was wasaccidentally wasaccidentally
accidentally shot on Dec 22 2 by his re revolver revolver ¬
volver falling to the ground and the thehammer thehammer thehammer
hammer striking a rock discharging dischargingthe discl dise1IarIngthe arsIng arsIngthe
the weapon will recover from reports reportsreceived reportsreceived reportsreceived
received from the hospital at Salt Lake LakeThe LakeThe LakeThe
The bullet did not penetrate the ab abdominal abdominal abdominal ¬
dominal cavity pJoughlng through the thefleshy theflesh thefleshy
fleshy flesh part of the body and coming out outat outat outat
at the back His chances of recovery recoveryare
are good goodDr goodDr goodDr
Dr W V P Murray of this place ac accompanied accompanied accompanied ¬
companied the injured man to Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake and when he left on Dec 24 he hestated hestated hestated
stated the patient had a good chance of ofrecovery ofrecovery ofrecovery
recovery recoveryDr recoveryDr recoveryDr
Dr W P Murray railroadsurgeon at atthis atthis atthis
this place has resigned to take effect effectJan effectJan effectJan
Jan 1 or as soon as his successor can canbe ennbe canbe
be appointed He will continue in prac practice practice practice ¬
tice heje hee
UWRENCf SAYS SAYSPRICE SAYSPRICE
PRICE OF COAl COAlIS COALI
IS I AN OUTRAGE OUTRAGEMember F FMember
Member of Senate Committee CommitteeDeclares CommitteeDeclares CommitteeDeclares
Declares 325 a Ton TonWould TonWould TonWould
Would Be Plenty PlentyCAN PlentyCAN PlentyCAN
CAN BE PUT ON CARS CARSAT CARSAT CARSAT
AT MINES MINESFOR FOR 135 135PRESENT 135PRESENT 135PRESENT
PRESENT REDUCTION OF 25CT 25CTFALLS 25CFALLS 25crFALLS
FALLS ENTIRELY ON THE THEi
I i TEAMSTER TEAMSTERA
r
A reduction reduction in the price of coal of 35 35cents 2licents 3ficents
cents was made In Salt Lake yester yesterday YQSterday ysterday ¬
day The dealer will lose nothing for forthe rorthe forthe
the delivery service is the sufferer Re Recently Recentl Recently ¬
cently centl coal that had been 650 was cut cutto cutto cutto
to 6 This Included Wyoming Pea Peacock Peacock Peacock ¬
cock Diaihond and Kemmerer The Thecoals Thecoals Thecoals
coals of the Utah Fuel company companyClear cqmpauClear cmpaiiyClear
Clear Creek and Castle Gate Gatehad had be been beenQuoted beenquoted n nquoted
quoted at 6 since the hut advance advanceThe advanceThe advanceThe
The 26cent reduction will apply to todealers todealers todealers
dealers generally and to the teamsters teamstersparticularly toamstersparticularly teamsterspurticularly
particularly The price of coal now is
575 575Senator 575Senator 575Senator
Senator George W V Lawrence one of ofthe oftlle ofthe
the senate committee appointed upon uponthe uponthe uponthe
the adjournment of the session be believes believes behleves ¬
lieves that the people of Salt Lake are arebeing arebeln arebeing
being beln held up Senator Lawrence said saidBelieves saidBelieves ld ldBelieves
Believes It HoldUp HoldUpCoal HoldUpCoal HoldUpCoal
Coal ought to be delivered to the thepeople thepcople thepeople
people of Salt Lake City CIt for 3 or 325 325at 325at 35at
at the most That figure would give all allof allof allof
of those in the business a profit P ofit the theproducer theproducer theproducer
producer would receive a fair revenue revenuethe nwenuethe revenuethe
the railroads would receive a fair rate ratefor ratafor ratefor
for their haul and there would be a amargin a amargin amargin
margin left for the dealers and the de delivery delIery delivery ¬
livery service I think our committee committeefound committeefound committeefound
found last winter that coal could be hemined bemined bemined
mined and placed on board cars for forabout forabout or orabout
about 135 Allowing the railroad V a acent 3 3cent acent
cent a mile haulage on every ton say sayfrom saytrom sayfrom
from the Helper district which is ap approximately approximately approximately ¬
proximately ninety miles from Salt SaltLake SnltLake SaltLake
Lake I believe the roads would still stillbe stillbe stillbe
be making money and plenty of it in inthat inthat inthat
that particular branch of the traffic trafficFifty trafficFift trafficFifty
Fifty Fift cents for the retail dealer de ler and 50 50cents 50cenLI 50cents
cents for delivery should give the Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake consumer his coal at 836 836In 15In 2iIn
In my opinion it is an outrage that thatthe thatthe tilatthe
the people of Salt Lake are held up by bythis bythis bythis
this coal extortion There can be no noexcuse noexcuse noexcuse
excuse for it except that every one onewantsa onewants onewantca
wants a bigger slice Blic Why it isaston isastonjlngr isatiton1blngUat is aston astonlhifl
1blngUat lhifl jlngr that with immense e coal dapos daposr dP08TtS dpoerfg
TtS r rightt tlgl1t at otir doors doomtha c1OOt the prJyjeshould prJyjeshouldbe ifi ffiJuld ffiJuldo
be o kept where It te teWill hiWill levill
Will your committee do anything anythingfurther anythingfurther anythingfurther
further in the matter matterNo mldterNo matterNo
No Real Shortage of Coal CoalOur CoalOur CoalOur
Our committee is one appointed to toexist tuexist toexist
exist as as s an official board to gather data datafor datafor datafor
for the guidance of the next legisla legislature JegiBlature iegiiilature ¬
ture It was the aim aim in appointing the thecommittee thecommittee thecommittee
committee to keep standing an official officialbody officialbody officialbody
body which might at t any time inquire inquireinto Inquireinto Inquireinto
into a acoal coal shortage did one exist Our Ourof Ourfindings Ourfindings
findings wouldj oulJ iimp be the placing placingof
of the matterbefore matter before the next legfsla legfslature legislature legisbature
ture In concise form We have not the thepower thepower thepower
power of employing corrective meas measures measures measures ¬
ures uresThus
Thus far this winter there has been beennp beennp beenup
np shortage of coal as I understand it itIt ItIt itIt
It was essentially our function to in inquire inquire inquire ¬
quire into any shortage of coal and if ifone ifone ifone
one should exist during the winter we weundoubtedly weundoubtedly weundoubtedly
undoubtedly will investigate it But Butthus 13utthus Butthus
thus far we have nothing before us usupon usupon u uupon
upon which we can act if there arises arisesconditions arisesconditions ariseaconditions
conditions to warrant the calling of ofwitnesses otwitnesS ofwitnoss
witnesses witnesS we will do so soThe soThe soThe
The other members of the senata senatacommittee senatcommittee senatocommittee
committee aside from Mr Lawrence Lawrenceare Lawr Lawrpnceare nce nceare
are Senators Love of Salt Lake Clegg Cleggof
of Tooele City and Hulaniski of Og Ogden Ogden Ogden
den
Railroads Should Reduce ReduceRichard ReduceRlchartl ReduceRichard
Richard P Morris general manager managerof
of the Citizens Coal company said saidTrie saidThe saidThe
The haulers have had to take 25 5 cents centsless ccntless centsless
less the ton Now if the railroad rallro d would wouldcut wouldcut wouldcut
cut its tariff 80 cents and the mine mineowners mineowners mineowners
owners 60 cents Salt Lake would have havecoal havecoal havecoal
coal at 475 or 5 5Simon 5Simon 5Simon
Simon Bamberger of the Bamberger BambergerCoal
Coal company said We have made madean madean madean
an arrangement with our delivery d6l1Ye men mento mento mento
to deliver our coal at a a tower rate rat The Thepublic Thepublic Thepublic
public will WiJi get the benefit of thfs re reduction reduction reductlon ¬
duction I remember well when the thaprice theprice thepriCe
price for hauling coal was only 35 35cents 35centsand 3scentsand
cents centsand and that too on unpavedstreets unpaVed unptivedstreets
streets Then they raised the Drlee orie rige to toContinued toContinued toContinued
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