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H fW.nCVH UTAH
UTAH STATE NEWS.
B The Lace House, one of Salt Lnko'a
H lnrgcst dry Roods houses, has filed a
HI petition In bankruptcy.
H Clyde Kiillmcr of (Jrecn Klver fell
HJ from n loft about twelvo feet to the
HJ ground nnd broke his arm, besides re-
Hj r.eivinK other Injuries.
1 A leading hotel of Salt Lake City
Hj lias placed a. ban on cigarette smoking
HS by Its employes, habitual smoking be-
HJ ing cause for discharge.
HJ A gun club has been organized at
Hj lMeasnnt Orovo with twenty members,
HJ it being the Intention to challenge nil
HJ comers In shotgun shooting.
HJ Assistant County Physician Odcll of
HJ Salt Lake county was the victim of a
HJ sleighing nccldcnt last week. In which
HJ ho sustained n broken collar bone.
HJ The bowling clubs of I'nyson and
HJ Sprlngville hnd a contest of live gnmes
HJ nt tho latter place last week. The
IB Sprlngville club was victorious by 392
HJ The cases of diphtheria reported
Hi from Mnntl recently havo nil boon
Hi eradicated and ngaln health and
HJ strength Ib reported by tho health
M "Whllo coasting In Salt Lake City,
HJ Joseph Calder, aged 17, ran Into an
H electric light pole, his skull being
HJ cruehed, death ensuing within half an
HJ hour after the accident.
HJ Lester Chlpman, aged 14, of Arocrl
Hi can Fork, was thrown from a cutter
HJ one day last week, his head striking a
HJ tolegraph polo, Inflicting injuries which
HJ will lay him up for somo tlmo.
HJ For tho past two years the rccelpto
Hb of tho Ogdon city police court havo
H been C5,013.05, of which JC2.2C8.50
HJ vhls from fines and forfeitures and tho
Hi balance miscellaneous receipts.
HJ H. C. Hudson, aged TO, was found
HJ unconscious on tho Spring Dranch
HJ road In Grand county, having been
HJ stricken by apoplexy. Mr. Hudson was
HJ ono of tho early ploncors of this stute.
HH AH arrangements for a conjoint do-
HI bate betweon tho University of Utah
HH and tho Colorado Collcgo of Colorado
HH Springs havo been completed and tho
& , two schools will meet in Bait Lako City
HV on the 22nd of April.
HJj Henry Crouso of Moab has received
HB & now commission of notary public. At
H tho expiration of his term ho will havo
HB boon in continuous sorvlco for twenty-
HH threo years. He was the first notary
HH public in Grand county.
HH F. N. Christiansen of Ephrnlm camo
HH near meeting death last wcok whon ho
HHm -was thrown from a sled and Bovcroly
HHv kicked on tho breast by a horso. Ho
J 'will bo unablo to attend to his usual
Hg duties for sovcral days.
HHJ Tho sonato, in oxecutlvo session, has
HHl confirmed tho following nominations
HHJ of postmasters in Utah: Edwin It.
HHJ Booth, Ncphi; John Peters, American
HHJ Fork; Larson Lnwronco, Spanish
HJ Fork; Joseph O'Dull, Logan.
J Wllden & Black havo bought tho old
HHJ telegraph lino from Pnrownn to
HHJ Beaver. They havo sold twenty-flvo
HHJ miles of wlro to St. Gcorgo parties nnd
HHJ will uso tho rest of it for fonclng pur-
HJ poses around tliolr farms in Beaver.
HHJ Otto Stoloff of Chicago was given
HHJ tho decision ovor Jerry McCarthy In
H Bait Lnko on tho 29th, at tho end of
HHJ twenty slow rounds. McCarthy was
HHJ unablo to land effectively on tho cast-
KHJ orn woltorwclght nt any stago of Uio
H Tho Commercial club of Mnntl ' -s
HHJ taken up tho matter of the erection of
HHJ a modern court houso nt the Templo
H city, to cost about $25,000. Tho club
H eunrantens JG.000 for cltUons nnd asks
HHH tho commissioners to start work at
H A bulletin just Issuod by tho Utah
HHJI state board of horticulture shows that
HHH portions of southern Utah nro admtr-
HHH only ndapted for tho cultivation of rais-
HHH ns, and bullovcs thnt inoro nttontlon
H should bo paid to this profitable In-
HHH One-third of tho spneo originally
H awarded Utah for her mineral oxhlblt
H nt tho St. Louis World's fair has been
H withdrawn by tho mnnngcrs of tho fair
HHHJ and a vigorous protost ngalnst tho nc-
H tlon lias boon sent in by Director Gen-
HHJ oral Wliltnkcr.,
HHHJ j.uor do Pallnh, n Moxlcan sheep-
HHHJ .dor, whoso foot woro frozen whllo on
HHHJ (ha dosert wotof ICphrnlm, undorwont
H nn operntlon Inst week. Gangreno had
H sot in, nnd to prevent further Hproad,
HHH tho toui and n portion of the right foot
HHN woro amputated.
Past Year In Philippines One of Much
Suffering Among the People.
Tho president on Mondny sent to tho
sonato the nnnual report of tho Philip
plno commission. Including tho report
of the civil governor of the Philippines
and tho reports of tho heads of tho ox
ecutlvo departments for tho period
ended December 23. 11103, Tho roport
of the commission contains a detailed
statement by tho auditor for the
Islands of expenditures under the ap
propriation of 53,000,000 for tho relief
of distress In tho Islnnds.
Governor Tnft says the year was ono
of much suffering among the peoplo of
the Philippines, on account or a short
food supply, but that tho worst Is
passed. While ho does not consider
tho futuie as bright nH It might bo, ho
believes we are beginning an era In the
history of tho Islands which, with tho
nsslstant of proper tariff reduction In
tho United Stntcs and proper nnvlgn
tlon Inws for the islands, will bo ono of
decided mnterlal developments.
1 'aklng of tho condltons In tho
Islands, Governor Taft snys that at no
tlmo has there been less Indronlsm
than when tho report wns written, De
cember 10, 1903.
THE INTRIGUES IN COREA.
Move to Have American-Educated
Prince on the Throne.
One of tho Intrigues at tho Corean
court about which Miss Scldmoro
writes to tho Cnlcago Tribune centers
around Prince Eu, whom the omperor's
wife, Lady Om, seekB to mako suc
cessor to tho throno in place of tho
crown prlnco, who is rogarded as a
weakling. Tho subject is mado-nioro
Interesting to Americans by tho fact
that Prlnco Eu Is being educated in
thja country, being now nt the Ohio
Wesloyan university, Delaware, O.
TAFT AT THE HELM.
New Secretary of War Takes the Oath
At noon Monday William II. Taft of
Ohio took tho oath of olllco as secre
tary of war, In tho prosenco of tho
mombors of tho cnblnet, tho general
staff of tho army and a number of per
sonal friends. Tho coremony occurred
at tho war department. Ho Immediate
ly ontercd upon hlo now duties. Tho
coremony took plnco In tho largo ro
coptlon room attached to tho secre
tary's olllco In the war department, and
tho transfer of authority from Ellhu
Root, tho retiring secretary, to Gov
ernor Tnft, whllo simply mado, wns
moro impressive than any similar
event in many years.
BIRTHDAY OF KING OSCAR.
Entire City of Stockholm Rejoices
with the Ruler.
Tho festivities In honor of tho
sovonty-flfth blrthdny of King Oscar
wort Inaugurated at Stockholm Jan. 21
with special sorvlceg lu all tho
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churches. The city was profusely doc
orntod. The klus received tho con
gratulations of tho royal family, tho
court oillclals, the Swedish and Nor
wegian minister, tho mombors of tho
rlkadRK. nnd the municipal authorities.
The last nsmwl presented a contribu
tion of 140.000 toward tho king's Jub
llo fund for tho Indigent consumptives
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