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ur r tnat Poplar Bluff Mo sara At Atn AtkI Atktn
kI ktn n Ark a imall maIlIO1n town across tho thotlte thot3te ho hoLite
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Ibe I W S C T V attacked two Iw twogets tillnd tillndtri
gets tri mln la IniaVatlon lrue XaUon fashion All the thefeiUti theWe theWe I
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tr t and fliluwj were demolished demolisheds
s jeei 4 < < were run by Adam West WestflulmToung Westllall WestWilt
flulmToung flulmToungIRS Wilt Young YoungR
IRS R XAnovaoivo XATlO OOI G TO MISSOURI mssouJUliacs MiSSOURIFacug
f KICNI CIt 1111 ty Feb 6Flarlng FUrlng posters posterswinder 110sterscuarlnr postersccthr
winder thAt Mrs Carrie Nation Natione
h 1 Initsi woman In Amerlra now nowIk 11011lJC nowtM
lJC Ik Ih most wonderful crusade crusadea
a rlfri p1 against the rum trunk Is IDtlrti Iset isbeItay
tlrti beItay et flJ to Chicago accompanied by
UtI b1 of f ber
JMi hcrealoonimajhlnsr saloonsmnshln war warJrI var3rLOttflts1k
Jinirlslilipcak JrI 3rLOttflts1k a11 t lpeak nt the Academy of
I1 11 U 11 Kaola < a ntyonFrM elty ity on Frida Fridsy ycven een
fJtJ f Ttb I hare been posted around aroundflat
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flat l 1st t ibllUMIcs sut i tallics Mrs Nation atlon will IH
nue e b a Katinas City and Chicago
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Valoon tthe wherever vcr sho
FJH z I t i trail n of wreckage may follow
PftiAL UL TO run TIllthgton NEWS
lIiJnrton thgton Feb 6Mr Mr
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lull1 aM h rleJ rrp bodies bare
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I her trip north Chief otpollee of Police byes Hnyeasays 111essa byessayl
says sa ho will promptly urrest Mrs Na NatlonJf Natloll1t a atloult
tlonJf she ho attempts to put her Kansas Kansasmethods Kunsagmethods Kansasmethods
methods Into Intoprnctke practice Jn 11 Kansns City Ultj1Preparations CityIIellarntlons CityPreparations
Preparations for the crusaders com comIng comInl corning
Ing have Iav been made by h the Prohibition Prohibitionclub
club of Kansas City ell which has en endoiaed cnl1ol indoised
doiaed l1ol tI Mrs Nations methods and andpromises andpromlse8 andlrOuhiSeS
promises her h r active < < support In her cru crusade CIUlIado ¬
sade outside of Kansas KansasA 10nsosBnnkln I < ansas
A 4 C Ilnnkln of Chicago formerly a alabor alabor alabor
labor leader of Plttsburg > Pa I Is act actIng nctIng actJag
Ing ns Mrs r8 Nations NatioiaintIvance 1 advance agent am amsays and nntlRnys andsays
says the proceeds iroce of the lectures will bo boused boused hoUSCl
used In the cause causeMHS causeMHSNATJONmAINSQUIET causeMRS
MRS MHSNATJONmAINSQUIET MHSNATJONmAINSQUIETTopeka NATION HEMATNS QUIET QUIETTopekn QUIETopeka
Topeka lan Fob C CMrs Mrs Nation Natloimade NllIonIIIndo Nationmade
made no effort to give the th Jolntlsts n nsecond 1 1otll asecond
second > otll surprise this morning They Theywill Thewill hiey hieyllI
will llI not be caugllt napping again am amthere nnll nnllthere amithere
there were guards guardldillho at the various places plnceibefore plncelbotore placesbeforo
before daylight nIIrhlb but t Mrs rs Nation am amher allll allllher andher
her hand of determined women did tlhlnot tlhlnotopppcar no nonpppoar not notnpppcar
npppoar Chief Stnhl made a round o othe ot otthe ofthe
the places last evening warning the thekeepers thekeeper thekeepers
keepers of o the Joints to o close and Sher Sheriff ¬ i i1ft
iff Cook did the t fin 14lTnc > nmc i While hlle they made madea
a pretense of closing there was a 1 way wayto
to get In nt ntonot most pf If the be places placesThere plaresThere jlaecsThere
There was a meeting QIIIIS nt tho Congre Congregational Congregntlonal Congregational ¬
gational church last night of the homo homodefendeis hol1lodetenders homodefenders
defenders but the thogrealest greatest secrecy secrecywns secrccylns secrecyWas
Was observed
lifE HB UlNT UITAll AH INDIAN INDIANRESERVATION INDIANRESERVATIONI RESERVATION RESERVATIONnfers RESERV A 110 u N NT
T King Confers nfers With Secretary Hitchcock its
Concerning Open OpeniiJAppoinlment OpeniogAppointment Openof
I iiJAppoinlment of a Commission to Confer With the theIndiansConfident theIndiansConfident heIndians
Indians IndiansConfident Confident of Success
Spencer Clawson 1ms uono ono to New NewToik NewOlle NevYork
York Olle to make n stay for a I week weekPostmaste t tPostmasters IPostmasters
Postmasters appointed J 1 P Jqhn Jqhnson JQhnson Jqlinson
son vice Ice Mary Webb resigned resl nNI Oasis OasisMlllard OaslllllIard OasisMillard
Mlllard county Utah and 11 l W S Story Storytlcc Stor Stortlce Storyicc
tlcc icc A M Davis resigned lilack Butte
SwecUvatcr county Wyoming
Itepiesentatlve ICing Rln has Introduced Introduceda
a bill granting a pension to A I
Dewolf of Ogden at the rate of J30 J30per 830Per 30 30lIer
per month monthA
A 4 patent JIt nl has ho becn b cn granted Leo l Nell Nellsen Nelllien NellSen
sen of o Logan Utah for computing at ataehment ¬
tachment for pumps pumpsMr IlumrsMr IJUnIPSMr
Mr J N Krlckson of Mount ount Pleas Pleasant PIcasnnt Pleasant ¬
ant Is here on his hl8wn way to Europe I
neighboring reservoirs enolrl arc nr In great dan danger danger danger ¬
ger A general panic prevails
Eight naphtha springs belonging to
the MellkotT lialskl and Caspian COin companies coinpanics ¬ I
panics caught lire February 3 3Hallotlng 3Unlotlll 3haunting
Hallotlng fee Senator SennlorHelcna MenstorIe1ena SenatorHelena
Helena Mont Feb I eb 6 GThere There were weresome wcrolIome weresoine
some Indications today o ay that the cna
tonal fight may mn narrow down between
Frank and n lI MacGlnniss The vote oto today
was wasMantle Mantle 31 l MaqOlnnlss JS Frank 18
Cooper 8 Coburn 5 Hoffman 3 Conrad
2 Springs 2 2Lincoln 2Lincoln l
Lincoln Neb Ittb B iThl The Joint bal ¬
lot for U 8 senator sella tor today tooa was ns s
follows followsAllen tolloWIIAllen foliowA1le
Allen A1le Fusion 81 1 W V H Thompson
Fusion 20j 20 Hitchcock JTujlon 2S
Uonsom l nom Fusion Fu lon 6 Herce Fusion 7 7rouna
Crounz rouna 7 Curile 39 9 Hliifdmw H Mel 111
klejohn 2t Tlosowator no elIter 17 D B Thomp
son on 3i scattering 25 25QIIPOII 5 5Queell 5Qiteeti
QIIPOII Sophia Hnn If II n Had Throat TlirnntStockholm T ThroatStockholm ront rontStocltholm
Stockholm Feb c IIQucen Queen Sophia has
bern confined conflntit0 to her herbe4 bed for some lime
owing to a swelling svohlin4 f her throat com ¬
plicated by Influenta InO ntl and conslderrXe considerteever
fever Her majestys mnJelltYIthroal throat is much
inflamed and she shows evident signs signsof
of Increasing weakness w knel8 j
LEGISLATION ON ONARBITRATION ONARBITRA ONARBITRATION
ARBITRATION ARBITRATIONStrikers ARBITRA TION TIONStrikers
Strikers I SI Committco fl to Meet With WithLegislators Withlegislators WithLegslators I
Legislators This Evening EveningWANT EveningWANll EveningWNTA
WANT A CHANGE CIIANGEINlIIEIJA IN THE LAW LAWIn V VIn
In his Ih niranilmo the Cnttlo Onto IitC Iln 11111en Ilnen lllIor
en or Htfiuo Alikuttilely to Join Jointlio Jututlan Joitithe
the tlioToday StrikerToday Striker ilrllwfIfo
Today fo l1 there have been no local de developments declopll1entll ticClopinentij ¬
velopments In tho cool strike situation Hltuatlonreported altuatlonreported situationreported
reported while a brief special to the theNews thoNolis theNews
News from Scofleld received this thisafternoon thisattcrnoon thisafternoon
afternoon ututcn that the camp Is prac practically practically vracticaiiy ¬
tically deserted The majority of the thenlners themIners theminers
mIners who have not left the tllO country countryarc
arc over it Hunnyslde and Castle Gate Gatewhere Gntewhere Ontewhere
where they nro trying with but indif indifferent hldltterent lildifferent ¬
ferent success to get the miners rnlnersorlt rnlnersorltInS syork syorkng
InS ng In those two camps to throw down downhelr downtheir downtheir
their tools and come out III a sympa sympahetlc sympathetlc sympathetie
hetlc strike strikeWhen strikeWhen strikeWhen
When seen this morning the member memberof
or tho committee who lio have been In this this2lty thIscity thiscity
city for tho pant week In the Interests Interestsf
ot f the strikers expressed themselves u ubeing 111 111hlllIg athieliig
being nothing daunted by the turn tuinthings turnIhlngs turnthings
things had taken they stated that thatwithout thntwithout thatwithout
without any approach to anything BUR BURnestIPB BUgIestllg suggestiig
nestIPB violence that their cause would wouldbe wuidbe 1Quldbn
be ultimately vindicated At tho pros prosent ItrIsenl lresent
ent their efforts arc concentrated In ail ailattempt anIIttelllPt ai aiitttenipt
attempt to obtain u reconstruction 01 01the oi oithe oitile °
the law la governing arbitration With Withthis Withthis Withthis
this end In slew low the committee will willmeet willmeet willmeet
meet with the labor committee of the theHouse theHaulo tueflouao
House at eight oclock this evening eveningwhen Henlnwhen eveningvhen
when they the will state their position ami amiendeavor atlllclldcnvol andendeavor
endeavor to get et a bill through the Leg Legislature LegIslaturo Legislature ¬
islature nt nn early date whereby It Itmay ItIIIn Itmay
may IIIn be possible to adjust their griev grievances urlooIIncell irlevitnces ¬
ances before ninny lI11n weeks are nrepust past Tho Thorepresentatives rhurepresentntlves rhorepresentatives
representatives of the striking mlnern
nt at the same time will endeavor to get getan getan gc gcan
an act passed which will deal with tlii tliimuchvexed tll tllmuchexel tlintichvexeil
muchvexed question of the 2240 pound poundton 1011111tOil poundtoii
ton As to the matter of slack the men menexpressed menexpressed menexpressed
expressed themselves th0l11 olvc3 aa being of tin tinopinion thiJopinIon th thopinion
opinion that an agreement can easily be bereachsd bercach bereaehtd
reachsd rcach d with the company whereby a afair 1 1talr afair
fair average deduction can be equitably equitablymade cqultablnllde equttablymade
made madeThe madeLiae nlldeIll
The Ill attempt on the part of o tho strlk strlkIng striking lrlkIng
Ing mlneru at Scofleld and Clear preelt preeltto reeit reeitto
to Indued the Castle Onto miners to tocome tocome tocome
come out on a sympathetic strike yes yesterday yestertiny c cterllll ¬
terday terllll failed plRnally Apparently Apllt1r ntly the theCastle theCn theCuatie
Castle Cn tll Onto men are ar > < iulte contented contentedwith contcntllwith tl tlwith
with their lot and are prepared to toslalHl toslalHlb Bland Blandby
by b the resolutions that they passed at attho litthe atthe
the mass meeting on Sunday SundayAs Sunl1a Sunl1as
As s was stated In the special to the
News last night from Scoljcld th thstrikers thlltilkcrs thstrikers
strikers went nt ovor ot to the Castle Gate Gatecamp Gillec Gatec8n1p
camp c accompanied by u brass bond bondTheir ImlIdTheil bandTheir
Their efforts however were In vain vainas nlnaD
as the men stated that they tho wore per perfectly IOrtectlY perfecthy ¬
fectly contented nnd nd did not care to tothrow tothrow tothrow
throw down their tools An Andfort effort was wasmade WU9IIItHle vasmade
made to Intercept the miners as they theywent theyWlnt theyvent
went to and from their work but the thestrikers thoarlkers timeofrikers
strikers welt warned by b the guards to tokeep tokeep tokeep
keep off the property prop rty of the company companyand eompanand
and confine themselves to tI the public publicroad pub1lcron itIbhiCroad
road ron As AsU the miners went to their theirwork theirwork theirwork
work along nlon the Rio Grande tracks the thestrikers thestrlkcrs thestrikers
strikers did not get a chance to Inter Interview Intelview inteiview ¬
view them themSeeing themSeellig themSeeing
Seeing that the case was almost almo t hope hopeless hOlwICM hIOjeless
less the men then marched over to toHelper toHII11er tohIiler
Helper to retinn to Castle Gate at about aboutfour aboutfour aboutfour
four oclock oclockIn
In the evening a body of the Castle CastleGate CastleGatl CastleGate
Gate men met at tho Ih coko ovens and nnllln nnlllnun In Inan inan
an Impromptu meeting leatllrmed their theirafljon theirnetlon theiraetion
afljon of o Sunday After they tho had de decided lIecll1 theCidCl ¬
cided that they did not want nnt to go out outon outon
on strike they then marched down to tothe toth tothi
the th Willow creek bildgo where the theScofleld theScul1elrl theSculleitl
Scofleld men had hllllll1therell gathered and a Informed lllnformluth Informedthem InformedtilemU
them th > 1I1 that they the had decided to remain remainat r < maln malnat
at work After tter the ultimatum had been beendelivered beendellvere beenlehivemcd
delivered < l by John Eddy 1 llIy nn oldtime oldtimeminer ohltlmeminer oliltiineminer
miner who acted as S spokesman spoke lan there therewas ther therewas
was considerable debate llt but the Castle CastleGate CnsUeGnte CastleGate
Gate men remained firm In the attitude attitudethey Itttu attitudethey < le lethe
they the had taken The Scolleld Scolell contingent contingentsuelng contingentsceln Contingentseeing
seeing sceln that tht the cape caFe was prctlenl practically practicallyiopeles
hopeless then marched back to Helper Helperwhile helperhlle I Iwhie
while whie hlle they the discussed the chilly reception rcenton I
I which whih they the had hl encountered enc untrell from the theminers thomIners I
miners at the big cool camp tamp
WIMIlmXir IAltlIiGI IAltlIiGITim AHtMm AHtMmTho
Tim Civil Form orl Will Wi Take Ilnco To Tomorrow Tomorrow Toiiorron ¬
morrow anil III Then Tlm the thoTho tim 1cl hichigious hichigiousTime loIA loIATho
Tho Hague Feb 6 GFIU Fifty workmen workmensocieties workmenRocl workmensocieties
societies Rocl es and nll bands of music and five fivetriumphal fietriumphal ftvetrlurnphml
triumphal cars cr marched rnrchtd past l1stlhe the palace palacethis palncothll iniaceisis
this thll nfternoon atlernon In honor of the ap approaching 111 111prochln aphroaciiing ¬
proaching marriage of Queen Wlhel Wlhelmlnn Wllhcl Wllhclmlna IiheI IiheImints
mints The queen Iu en and her future hus husband hushnnu htmsband ¬
band Duke Henry lenr of Mecklenburg Ieckl nhur nhurSchwerin
Schwerin remained rOlalnlll on the balcony In
spite spie of the severe cold colc They TheYor TheYorIJth were wereboth were wereboth
both IJth acclaimed Enormous crowds ac acclaimed ncclaimed ccclaImed ¬
claimed the young couple and the queen queenmother queenmolher queenmother
mother during the afternoon nternoon drive r This Thisevening ThIseenlnl ThisevenIng
evening eenlnl there will wi bo n soiree nt the thepalace thoralic timehialfice
palace palaceTho ralic hialficeTime
Time Th program for r tomorrow Is ns fol oh ¬
lows lowsAt lowsAt
lowst
At t 1115 11 n m the minister of o Justice Justiceand justca justcannd justiceand
and the witnesses of the marriage will willassemble whliassemble
wi
assemble nssemtlt In the white whie hite room of the pal palaco palare palace
are At 11CO 1 ZO a in 1 the civil cl1 marriage marriagewill marrlaRewi
will wi occur In the presence preenceof of the nearest nearestrelatives nenrestrelathes nearestrelatives
relatives After fter that the royal patty pattywill partwill partyliiI
will proceed proc < l to time church In procession lnptoecIIslol InprocessionAfter processionAfter
After rellijIoiiH relrlots service the royal rO 111 party partywill parIwi partyvIli
will wi return rei ur In person to the palace palacewheie llal o owhere
where Queen Wllheltrtlim lheln1lna will wi hold b lch court courtand courtnnd courtand
and receive the congratulations conJrt 6t oth othcre othcrth otherathrtn
cre crth erathrtn than n members memblr of the loyal latonsM members
and other than representatives rprCRelat of mem
hers hes of o the family t unl At 130 hero tlero will be bea
a 1 nla luncheon and fnd tit II 415 41 p m n wi the thecouple thecouplo timecouple
couple will wi depart on their honeymoon honeymoonSPANISH honcmoonHIJMiSI honeymoon8LtNJi4ll
SPANISH HIJMiSI MHItCHAXT lmCIXT AIUIESTKI AIUIESTKICharged AUUESTlmChor 1IthtESTIlCharged
Charged Chor 1 With Wlh slm Ii Kiirnltlilnc Iurn trnl Ihhlilig hln Supplies Suppliesto Slpplcs
to rillplnn 1IIIIno Insurgents InsurgentsManila InIUr iuiuturgeuutsanila lntl
Manila t nla Feb Fel 0 Theodoro GTheodoroCarrnnza GTheodoroCarrnnzaa Corranza Corranzaa
a prominent prminent nnd wealthy Spanish m mer merchnnt merclient r rchant
chant unIt hemp nnd coconnut buyer
wns ns arrested arreslo this afternoon aferton charged char ed
withfurnishing wlh vitlm turnlsllln supplies suppleR to aid ni the In
surgente Carranza Carrlnz Is alro nlF lo n partner partnerIf
of If D M t Carmen Carml nn American contrnc
tor and owner of boats bOlto who ho had con ¬
siderable transportation tran portnton contracts with wih
the government The provost roo t marshal larhal
and secret lecret service rlce ofllclHls ofcIal I have been
watching walcllll1 a I number nUlbfr of merchants Inerch nll its amid RI1l
transportation trnnllrtntion men for or come time past
10le tme palt
The police polco ofllclu 01rln i have had a long I ng In
tervlqw tefI w with Cnrranza
wih CfrAnza and Ind the arrest
of several teerl merchants mechantl is expected to tolzx
result resultGfcf rtsul
Gfcf lzx I
The Holi Inll roiiorn ssVOIltliIIflicemness WIIIn tfnlls tfnllsVVf Sol j
Sheerner Feb VVf w 6The uu lmlC1
61ho Imlf
yacht Hohcntollcrn HolH hlohieumz hivmn
nzOlern with withhis wll I Em ml r
Wilam William nnll his hl Il sister on on1onrd board Iord Felled FellednV pa led
ht nV 6r 64 oclotk lhlmornl this mornhigfor rnomniu for Flush
In log The Th lulh
5 lfthfollcr lth JlflhnzolIerny w
thl the Ocrmnn Cruiser nzlern Nmpll wnt MwrtPd tscorl11 and tho by b
Drtlb hhrittib crultr cruker Iobe
SOUTHERN UTAHS B16 I6 SNOW FALL FALLLong
Long IJrouthJ Droutll Droutli Broken rokcl Willi Wilu itlia a Deposit Deppsfrof of Fourteen Inches IncllesUIOrI IncllesUIOrIoiisNcsvs nchesGori nchesGoriOiS Glori Glorious ¬
ous OiS oiisNcsvs News for That Parf Pnrtof Pnrofthe 9 the State StateDusty StateDustyin Dusty Dustyin
in Cache Valley VrC I
Fourteen Fourteenlnchcs Inches of snow hero now nowand nownnd nowand
and still atl falling fnlnlI tahllngiathio ID the glorious news nuwatelegraphed IUW9 IUW9telegrnllllu newstelegraphed
telegraphed telegrnllllu to this paper from trol roai Cedar CedarCity Cc CedftrCity < ltr ltrCiy
City Ciy this afternoon afeM on supplemented uppltlcntll by bythe bytho bytime
the following tollowlll cxpiasslon exprcsslol of gratifica gratification gmatiilcation ratnca ratncaton ¬
tion ton Stockmen and ald farmers tannrs greatly greatlyrejoicing greatlyrejoicng greatlyrejoicing
rejoicing rejoicng over the big lJg ig storm slor and tlio tliogood thogood ho hogood
good prospects abend for more such suchstorms suchstorla suchstorms
storms storla and excellent crops next sea season Sla SlaBon season ¬
son sonAdvices Advices to the Utah Uah section secton of the theweather theweather theweather
weather bureau from frm Modemi Iollelu arc to totho totho tothe
tho same effect At an early hour thli thlimorning thll tlmhmmmorning
morning morln a I measurement mensulement was WIB as made laLlu of ofthe ottho oftime Ii Iimorln
the snow which 101 oil last night Ilght die disclosing dlscosinG dieclosing ¬
closing cosinG tho fact that 4410 4 ilU Inches had hadbeen hal hadbeen
been deposited dellosletl during the night Illht and andthat ulII ulIIIlat andtimmmt
that Ilat It I was still tl snowing This paid paidMr salul caidMr
Mr l Murdock ruultes mull n I total of 13810 13810Inches J38tOInches 13 4Q 4Qinches
Inches of anow which hud fallen talon at attlmt atthat atlint
that place fllacu during the last alx II days daysbreaking duyshreak daysbreaking
breaking hreak n nil al iccorda for or many years yearsSpeaking yenrsSlleaklng yenreSpeaking
Speaking of the matter Mr JIurdock JIurdocksnldi Murdocksahil lu uock uocksulll
snldi rime 1he storm Itolm will wi prove of tin tintold 11 tilltolti
told bcnellt benel to the people polle of southern southernLtuh souther southernthou
thou luh where the UI storm seems to be bewidespread le lewldelPrend bewidespread
widespread wldelPrend Whlla Whie we have but the thoono thebrO themu
ono brO station Itaton In that bcctlon Hectol of the State Stateevery Stllteever Stateevery
every ever ordinary sign points pain Is to the fact factthat fncttha metthat
that t snow fall al has hn been bee II widespread and andthat undthat antithat
that a n big deposit has been made In Inthe Inthe inthe
the valleys valeys an I dcjoslt well el aa a In the mountrtlnB mountrtlnBThe lountaln lountalnThe
The outlook outook theiofore Is l more promis promising IlromisInK hirornising ¬
ing than It I has hll been for a long lon time timeIt tIC tICI
It appears that thlt the storm has been beenmuch be becimmuch n nmuch
I Illpcnr
much heavier In the extieme eXUel south than thanIn
In any nlY other section lectlun of Utah and It Is
Fnclgrovo that thn the thl board make good gooddamages gol goodthamnages
damages lamaglS to her f fence < nce amid fruit trees treeson treesnil
on 01 her lot In the rear ror of the Grant Grantschool GrantIcbool Grantechool
school Icbool She places the damages at > 20 20The 20Time 0 0The
The petition Iletton was la referred rferrll to the com committee comInl cornInittee ¬
mittee Inl tee on buildings bulllng anti grounds groundslinrbnru Irunds Irunds1nrbnr groundsBarbara
Barbara 1nrbnr Klnncrsler 1111 1e > antI Isaac laac W WHender WJlenl1er WBender
Bender were granted Irantet leave of nbscnci nbscncifor obsenetor
for the remainder remnlntCr of the school Ichool year yearnnd yearand ar arnd
and nd Superintendent Su Cooper ooper for ten days daf
AT VICTORIAS IOOS TOMD TOMDChlucso TO TOMIIChuiiieso m mChlncso
Chlucso Dignitary I nlnr Appointed to Of Offor Off Offer
for f r Mhallonx Jh11111 lllmal at lt lt ltLondon t tLondon o oLnclon
London Lnclon Feb 6Thc Chinese minis minister mInister minister ¬
ter Sir Chlh Chen Lo 1 Feng Luh has hasbeen haRLeen imasbeen
been officially omclnl informed that the em emperor emperor emperor ¬
peror ICwnng Hsu Ihl has appointed appointedChang appointedChang appointedChang
Chang Peh HI I president of the censor censorate censornfe censorate
ate as ambassador unbasador to offer libations lbatons at attho I1ttho attill
tho tomb of Queon Victoria anti nnr convey conveyhln conorhil
his hil majestys mnjcstR condolence conl1ol nce and congratu congratulatlons congratulatons congratuiations
latlons latons to King Ing Edward VII VIIAmerican YI VIIAuiwrlcan
American 1lwrlcnn Cereal Co CI Knjnlnrd KnjnlnrdAkron JIIJohllll JIIJohllllAkrn EtijoiticulAkron
Akron Akrn 0 Feb 6 A perpetual efleull In Injunction InJuncton injunction ¬
junction Juncton was granted ranlc today toay against Igalnst a acombination acombInaton acombination
combination combInaton of the cereal companies companiesin
in 1 years VInr ago ng the American m rlcan Cereal Cerealcompany CerealCompany crealcompany
company attempted atttmptr to Increase Increate Its Is cap ¬
hal Int from rom msooOM 13S i3kOC to JXSOOJOOO SOlO U I was wasproposed wasproposed vasropoeed
proposed nt that time tlno to form attn a I m com comblnaton coinbinatlon ¬
bination blnaton of o 95 1 ti per c cent nt of the thl mills In Inthe Intho inthe
the country Mn Nellie le Jlowcrj Jlnnr a
1
clearly ulY evident that thlt It I has gradually graduallythinned IrrauuaJy IrrauuaJyIIIleu graduallytiiinneil
lle
thinned IIIleu out as It came clme north lorth though thoughtbil thoughtl thoughthmt4tIirrlm
tbil tl thmt4tIirrlm Jculrrli ulrrh and Id Wasateh ranges have havereceived hlvo hlvor haveicctmOd
received r C CII a considerable amount alTOUlt of oftnovf o oI ofsl1os
tnovf sl1os no About four Inches IlcheR fell fel nt Park ParkQltylust ParleGIi1u8t Parkcity
I Qltylust GIi1u8t city 1 last night nluht At Nophl It has hal been beenwidVlng becnItIllg becimsnciwhig
widVlng much of tho day n though no nocomrianlcd necompanleu itocOInIallCd
comrianlcd ItIllg by the melting meltn process This Thisafternoon 1iil 1iilmiftCrnon hIB hIBt
afternoon on the ground was covered cocl d In InUfa Intl intli
Ufa tl tli t rJ valley IIy a 1 condition conulton rolnt that prevailed prevailedifttttty Ilrevlleu IlrevlleuIftt prevailediretty
ifttttty well over nIr Juab county In n H Il itl itllitko i iLako Ilka
Lako Iftt considerable conllh1erablo wel snow Inow fell fel In the themountaliiB the1luitnIIH thelTmlmufltaIlma
mountaliiB during the day lay Farther Farthernorth Farlhelnrth Fnriimeunurtim
north 1luitnIIH nrth there was wal nut so much At i IA IAgan Iognu o ogan
gan for Instance the ground urounlls Is dry 11y and anddust andIlu andtliimt
dust Ilu flying an unusual condition conulon for forCache or orae ortiche
Cache ae valley vae vaeJJEr vimileyL
L iEN IEN FEET DBBP mJP AT ALTA ALTAMivJphn AIA AIAMr kLTAMr
MivJphn Mr J9hn J imum Sharp Shnr of Union Suit Sal Lake LakecoUnty Lke LkecoUllty Lakecoliii1
coUnty was In town twn this morning Ho Hostates Io Iostl Itostntms
states stl Hint parties IJrtles Just down 10wn from Alta Altaslnto Alt Attnslat
slat that the snow was WUI ten feet deep deepat deepIt dcciat
llOI
at slltl < that Place 1Itcu and well packed this thisWits Ihll thiswits
Wits It Vltl before the stOrmS HtOlnl of the past Illst three threeAdvices throer11 threeth
th r11 vs
Advices UI dviCes eB from Provo American Fork Forkahd ForkahlI Iorkant
ant ahlI Mil hl state that tho snows 1118 at lt the thehWddf thohclild tImeiiatl
hWddf hclild iiatl r the th canyons cnnyonl eupeclally CIIII cllY at atAmerican lItMr atAunriCan
American rJ nn Fork from which whih the stream streamItpMnhat strCnlJ streamilowethmat i
Mr ItpMnhat tMt Irrigates Irrlgltes u largo prut of the thebetl thebo thebct
betl IP bo l district dl trct around Lehl Jhlnn Lehiare art much muchheavier muchhcwl muchhmemtvl
heavier hmemtvl r and IIIU deeper u apor now nol than they theywcil thIY thIYo theywem
wcil wem o nt n t any Ii IIY time last IIRt year yearTho narrh yearThe
The rh forecast for tonluht Is i more snow snowand sno snoand snutiand
and colder
AT ST STsimecial OIJOROB OIJOROBvfspcclal GOnGE
vfspcclal simecial to the News from fron St StGeorge StGclrge StGeorge
George suys unmet all 111 last night nightFlic nIghtFIflrches nightFive
Five FIflrches Gclrge Indies of snow fell fel on Saturday Saturdaytho
tho tJi second IOCOII cond
ASKS ASl S THAT T A T WILSONS VILSONS BID BE SET ASIDE ASIDESam
Sam Atierbacli Alleges Alc es That hat It I Is In lt Opposiion Opposition to 1 His ls Brothers BrothersWill BrothersilIWilsoiu rothersWiWison
Will WiWison ilIWilsoiu Wilson Affirms AfirmsTlit That Complainant is
1 1 c
Simply Disappointed DisapPQj cd
The he matter Intor of approving the sale of oftho ottho oftime
tho onehalf one halt interest In the merchan merchandise rerchnn rerchnnufae ¬
dise and Inu good will wi of the business of ofAuerbach atAuerbach offtuerbach
Auerbach Bras which wns recently recentlymode recenthmaco recentlynmudo
mode maco under nn In order or er of the court at atprivate ntrlute atprivute
private rlute sale at whlchH Q Wilson WI on bid hidG2G35
6620935 against the Hum Ium of 62000 bid bidby bidby bidby
by the th surviving partner r of Frederick FrederickAuetbach Irrelerlck IrrelerlckAuelbuch FredericKAuerbach
Auetbach Auelbuch deceased Samuel 81111 H 1 Auer Auerbach Aler Alerbch Mmembach
bach was up on al ex parte partl proceeding proceedinglieartl proecedlng proeeethingheard
heard before Judge Hall 111 this tiaI morning morningJudge morningJUlg morningJudge
Judge JUlg Hilts Hies represented Iepruseltcd Mr Samuel SamuelAuerbnch SamuelJuerbnch Saimmuel4tuerbnehm
Auerbnch Judge Marshall Murlhal the execu executors executora OXCCUtorB ¬
tors and heirs of the estate e tatQnnd and Judge JuduoDid JUdyeD JudgeDyt
Did D nppfarod l pt r on behalf bllnt of Mi Wilson Wilsonr WUlon WUlonfMr
r fMr V Mr Auerbach tlnce he found founlhll hum hlhbtd humbtd
btd bu wns too low lol wishes wl h8 the court to tooppoint o onppoint 0nppolnt
nppoint three appraisers to reappralsa reappralsanjl reapJral u uni
nil ni of tho belongings belol hlg of thc dry ry goods goodsfirm soodsfirm goods11mm
firm and thai the one onehnltlnterest nneehaif half Interest of ofthe orthe oftime
the Frederick Frcucrlcl Auerbach estate hen bo boadvertised henUertlseu ieadvertised
advertised and nnusold sold nt public pUblc auction auctionHe aucton auctonHo
He iI also asks that Mr Ir Wilsons Wlsolls bid bidbo bIdbo bidbe
bo set aside on the ground that time
The nnanca question Questonrcgnrdlng regarding tho thomaintenance thomaintenance themaintenance
maintenance of schools for the full fullschool tullsrhool fuilschool
school year ear was agitated at the boaYd boaYdof botrd botrdot
of education meeting rneetllg last latnlsht latnlshtlr lmistnight lmistnightMr night nightMr
Mr lr Crltchlow Crichlow submitted sibmlted n 1 statement statementon
on behalf of the committee commitee on school schoollaw schoolIlw schoollaw
law to tho effect that after advising advisingwith aulalngwIth advisingwith
with the attorney gerlcral eenerli it I was the theopinion Ih Iholliniol timeoplnlomm
opinion olliniol of the committee that al although ohthough ¬
though tliush the school funds for or the cur current curren curremit ¬
rent ren t year elr became beclne exhausted exha uslel1 they theyWould the theWoUl1 theyvotm1d
Would WoUl1 have ha 0 the right to borrow up to tothe totime 0 0Ule
the amount of their Income for or this thisyear thi hitsyear
year Clr The hc committee commllee on finance Innneo would wouldtherefore woultltheretore wouldtherefore
therefore have to determine whether It Itwas ItWns ittsas
was necessary lecear to obtain from the thepresent theIlreselt timeircscmmt
present Ilreselt Legislature LeJlsJture an amendment Inen ment of ofthe ofthe oftime
the law permitting permItng a larger levy 10 of o tax taxcs tnxe taxCs
cs e than heretofore heretoforeThe
The committee commlte on finance fnanco resolved to topresent toIresent toIresent
Iresent n bill bi increasing the limit lmit of ofthe orthe ofthe
the tax levy le for tho maintenance nnd nndsupport anllSlpport anilsupport
support Slpport of schools Ichoulll from frm 5Ja 5Y 53 mills mis to tomills tomills H
mills 1 Is The resolution retolntlon wni L adopted adoptedThe uloeuThe adoptedlime
The committee commltC > on buildings hUlhln anti nndgrounds an angroundl antigrounds
grounds groundl reported Insurance IIBuranc placed for forthe fortho furthe
the three years > ar commencing Feb 1 1IM1 13mOl
1001 as follows foloWM On buildings buldln 198 198COO 118coo 8 8Ioi
COO Ioi on furniture furiure 119000 9GI total tOlll J21C
300 10 divided among sixteen Ilxteen different differentcompanies dlreerentcomlllles differentcompanies
companies comlllles In amounts amountl varying arhl from trm rein rein7O
750 to S52 52 2 at a I rate rlc of ot9 95 to 1U 14 1 per percent Ilcrcent jiercent
cent centLetters centJterl cent1utters
Letters Jterl tendering their resignation resignationworo rslmatlon rslmatlonwor
Wore wor received rectI nul from rum flracc rnee T Hartley Hartleynnd UndlcnM liadicyand
and Louise K f Wolf Clara Clar Snyder anti nndJennie 111 111Jennie antiJemimmie
Jennie accepted acceptedA Will Wllns ilkins I us The resignations rcsntons were wereaccepted werorcepted vereaccepted
A petition letton was wnl received from rein EmilY
r p
tostatdrs will wi provides for the winding windingup windingUJ
up UJ of Ofthe the firms Irms business without wlhout Injury Injuryto
to Samuel Sajluel H I Auerbach and he con contendsthat eontendB conjenda ¬
tendB tendsthat that If this bid be approved ap roveu it itwill Itwltorco itwill
will wltorco force him Into Ilto an unwilling unwillng anti nndinjurious anlltnjlrlous antiInjurious
injurious tnjlrlous partnership and couple time tliodividing thodll timeuitsidItmg
dividing dll < llg or ors selling > llng of I f the dry goods goodsbu goo goodsbusiness s sbuslnel
bu buslnel business Iness to his hil great damage damageMr
Mr Wilson YI n claims caim this action neton la lanothlnr 1810thll iszmotimlmi
nothlnr 10thll more lor than the wall wil of a this disappointed dl dlnJlntl thisithiotnted ¬
appointed nJlntl bidder Who ho now asks nlks the thecourt Iherourt thecourt
court to set se aside Us ls former action actionrelative actlol actione1ative
relative relntc to ordering ordtrlng this thll sale llIe because becauseMrt becauseii e eI
Mrt I ii Auerbnch uerljch did not bid enough No Nofraud Nofraud Nofraud
fraud lit J Jm charged chargedJudge chRrcedJttl chargedhmdg
Judge Jttl Marshall Mar hnl on 01 behalf of the ex expcutors expculnrs cxecutors
pcutors pculnrs and heirs of the estate eAta estateX13Olflhiflg fv fvrfJnJif tWl
rfJnJif 1 appointing npJolnlng of three competent competentnpprabers competent111lrlsers competentnhpr3ers
npprabers 111lrlsers l and the selling llng of tlw u es estajs ostal Cstatm
tajs tal interest at public ublo auction auctionAiitbc aucton auctonAt auctionAimcconcluslon
Aiitbc At Aimcconcluslon thrconcluHlon conclusion of the arguments argumentsJml5Hal arsumentl amuinentsJit1gftflalontinued
Jml5Hal Jit1gftflalontinued lyI cpntlnued the whole matter matterffrillurnttrrovsrnonitng mnter mnterunU matteroclock
ffrillurnttrrovsrnonitng unU ttlllhrovmotllg < nti ntIOocQck ntIOocQckwhen 10 oclock oclockwhen oclockwlmen
when his lmt3honor honor will wi decide and ill dlteer dlteerwhat liitWimat lrt lrtwhnt
what he h thinks Is the best est nirsc lISO to topursue 101lr toImursue
pursue 1lr uo with a view of rendering Jus Justire justce justice
tire tce to all ni parties parte8 concerned eoncerell
WILL ASK LEGISLATURE LEflSLA TURE FOR MORE HONEY HONEYBoard lONEYoard 1ONEYIBoard
Board of Education Educaton Wants to Increase Tax Levy Ievy from 5j 5 to to7y
1 7y Mills Mis Big Dg Insurance Placed PlacedLast PlacedLast P1acedLast
Last Night
to attend Itondthe the National Natonnl Department of ofSuperintendents ofSuperintendents ofSuperintendemmta
I Superintendents meeting meetng in Chicago Chicagoon
on February 20 20Th 20Thb 20Thm
Th Thb January report of the treasurer treasurerIs
Is as follows followsReceipts tolows tolowsecclpts followsEe
Receipts ReceiptsJanuary Ee ecclptsJnnuary eipts eiptsJanuary
January 1st ltDalanco IstIhalanco Balance on onhand onhalld onhand
hand t 7076371 7076371January 707637 7076371lnnuary
January Tnnunr JndClty 2nllCI taxes 2000000 2000000January 3000 3000000lanuary
January 7th ithlty City taxes ael 276362 276362January 27G362J 276362Jdmmuary
January J nuary 16th JhState 11thState Stale school schooltaxes Bchooltaxes schooltaxes
taxes 4GG024I 4GG024IJanuary 4G 4660241Jmimumry 24 24Jnnar
January 2131st 2131stSunur Sundry re receipts reo reocelpts meceipta ¬
ceipts o 31265 312C3Total 31265Toln 31265Total
Total SUO44242 SUO44242Disbursements 1tOH242Disburscments
Disbursements j J22150i J22150iIalance 2221 2221lallu 2221505Ihalalice
Ialance lallu e on hand handTotal 1 S22647 12822647The S22647Total
Total TotalThe 144242 144242The
The summary for the thl past seven sevenmonths seenmonthl sevenmonths
months monthl showed balance on hand June June20th June30lh June30th
20th JG10640 0640 receipts recelPtl for to forseten seven months monthsJ3033S317 monthsf033G31
J3033S317 f033G31 17 total J30S46957 disburse disbursementfl ulsbure ulsburemenls disbursemente
mentfl for or seven months J16024310 J16024310balance 1S02431Obaianci 60410 60410bllncl
balance bllncl on hand J12S22C47 J12S22C47Appropriations S2822647 S2822647A1ropriations 312522647APimropriatlons
Appropriations amounting nmouutllSto to J24S203 J24S203were 241295were 2481295were
were made madeGeorge madeGeorge madeGeorge
George Kingdom 1ln horn was appointed Jan JanItor Janlor Janitor
Itor lor of the Hamilton Hamiton school lehool in place of
H 1 H I Shafer released releasedMr rehafld rehafldIr
Mr Ir Glauque Gauque explained that the term termreleased tatmlleleu tetmreleased
released lleleu ulrnllled 1nllell in this case die dismissed dlsmls diemISsel ¬
missed mls < ed oft 01 account of Insubordination InsubordinationHe Insuborination InsuborinationHe
He II denied denltt ti tf I at he had anything to do dowith 10Withm
10 10wih
with wih Slmfers appearance appearanc In the police policecourt pollcocourt policecourt
court as complaining witness wlneRI against againsttoughs aJnlnst aJnlnst10Jghs againsttoigms
toughs 10Jghs He le said that tha Shafer had re r ¬
fused tu el to turn tur on steam Iteam when asked by
teachers amid nlu returned retured Impertinent Impertinentanswers Imperlnent Imperlnentllaner impertinentItliswers
answers llaner lie wng wnl also guilty guity of smok ¬
ing In Ip the school lchool building hulrltlg Mr Ir Crltch Crltchlow Crlch Crlchlo Critchlots ¬
low lo had Intended Inlelled to vote In opposition oppositionto
OPPolltQU OPPolltQUtothe
to tothe the views of the cnmmitttee tmnmltlee but at after atter atter ¬
ter the statements of Mr r Olnufjue Gilulue lie lienaked hen lieasked
naked n lNI to be excused excuec from trm voting otl I
A communication commullcaton from trm tho city board boardof bO
of health hrnlh regarding re arilng a resolution resoluton by the rl
board requiring that only vaccinated vaccinatedchildren vacInated vacInatedchidren Vaccinatedcimikiren
children chidren be admitted Illmltte to the schools echoolsand selloh sellohnnd schoolsand
and requiring the board of education educationto educaton
to enforce elto o this thll resolution resoluton was WIS tabled
stokholl1er stockholder secured Iccurd a temporary In ¬ I
junction Juncton against alalnst the combination cOlbllton on the theground thegrounlltha theground
ground grounlltha that It was wnl n scheme rh me to freeze freezeout treezoout freezeout
out some lomc stockholders and a violation violationof
Iolaton Iolatonof
of the antitrust nnttrust laws 11mI Today Todn the In ¬
junction Juncton was waq made permanent permanentGiilo Ilernanent IlernanentOnlo IermnanentGiil
Giilo on UI Iho I Irrnch 1rmll Coast CoastCherbourg Cenl CmiatChmerbourg
Cherbourg Feb e GTho The gale con ¬
tinues tnues but is II less violent than ester
day Several small vessels elsels were werestranded weretranllel werestranded
stranded tranllel today near by No serious
land damage hod ho been reported any anywhere an anwllere anyWhere ¬
where whereThe wllereThe WhereThe
The grounding gounding of a coasting cMlllng schooner schoonerand 8c1100neand
and Mnlo a small Imall boat Is I reported Iporled from St StIIcarr
Henry Snow In InBrussels nCI Iheigiuimn Iheigiuimnllrusseis IIII
Brussels Brnell Feb Jeb 6 6A A heavy heIV snowfall Inowtnl
has hIs interrupted telegraph teltlrnph nail Rll railroad railroadoommunlcnllon rnlroad rnlroadomnunlcallon railroadoommmiunicatlon
oommunlcnllon omnunlcallon almost throughout thrughout tho thocountry thoountr theCountry
country ountr Four trains are art snowbound snowboundbetween snowbount snowboundbeteen
between bete n LIege and Louvaln Loualn
LOWER INTEREST INTERESTON f fOil
ON OEPOSll OEPOSllZlons 0 EPOSI UEPU8IZions EPOSIZions
Zions Savings and Trust Company
jy
Comr
Directors Direcors So Decided Todafe TodafeFIIOJI T Todaiy oda 1 1sfr
sfr sfrJi
y Ji t tFItoiI
J tj j
FIIOJI HQI 4 1 TO 10 3 1EK 1EKOilier l IEItouter En efNd efNdI efNdJf I
< Jf JfN k
N <
Oilier her SiivlncN NIIhl liniiliM Ulllhu ire ireIll treIiuhi J XlfCI XlfCIIul MA
Iiuhi Ill Iul 1 1 Intu I uutu Mint MIl nt lt Once 111 Jilt Irulialilo Irulialiloon Irohilb1Ef1t roU roUImht >
Imht t on Moth MothThe SlothThodlrCclors SotITist
<
> i
The ThodlrCclors directors of Zlonn Zlonl Saving Savlnll Ilaiiff Ilaiifffc I1IiICrrust < i ik
fc < Trust company COlllall hold u I m mlnIAJ1I tinthls tinthlsafternoon n5 this thisaflemnciomm
afternoon atterOOI nntl dlscumd tlleUIHld th < juatToh juatTohof ud n not
t
of a lower Interest rate rlte I ui uiThe d k > io l tV tVThu J Jlhe
The piopiMltlon 110111911011 Is one that bun miturnl miturnlly
ly forced Itself It el to the front by I ro nof nofthe mmoftime r
the condition conrltloll of the morn meaty > market mark t nt nttlio It Ittho atimo
imo present 1loatnt time tme coupled CUUlict with 11 h tin out outlook outlook t tlook
look for fol time future futureAfter tuturetel futureAfter >
After tel the question ItU0tol had been ClftUIY ClftUIYcOlsldorcd tart < arfuly arfulyconsidered uhly uhlyconidorcd
considered cOlsldorcd In nil 111 its ls rim PIUHH II Was w siajdti siajdticided st j jcldcd
cldcd to recommend recormonll a tin thle itt I ii i r I cent centInterest 2 ent entinterest h
Interest Ilteri t on savins d < kIitp elsiH < i IIN insutd inmt md of offour offour
four per rent celt which whih IN I tin inniUln inniUlnrule Ir tljitmi tljitmirule
rule It I Is quite qul certain crlalll that Ihlt the other othernnvlngB lliir lliir1lngf thirsilvings
nnvlngB 1lngf banks < s of the city rl win 1111 mm ii fail In Inlne inline n nline
line lne and nnl adopt udop a 1 similar slnllr < oui OIIMV oum5 c in ilth ilthlear the thenenr timehear
hear lear future notwlthstimlins lotwlthstndlnj tli Ihutn 1112 un ¬
favorable expressions which hlh folimv folimvThu follw follwThu o1ltt o1lttTime
Thu cashier of one of I j the th leading leadingpavings Iealingia1nga
lealng lealngtvlngs
pavings banks In the nt ll city xaia Hits Hitsmorning lhlsmornIng thismorning
morning when Interviewed IntenJllnd about Illurlli Illurlli11ropoReil the theproposed thuproposed
proposed reduction rlucton In tin I itt of ofln oflntereR In Interest Inttreat ¬
terest tereR on deposits deIloHls Uistiu I it J i I tm I u tlut Ihatu Ihatuhne we wehave e ehave
have hne a great deal real of mon 1111 > y > In th tl sav savings jo jolags I ¬
ings banks bUlies of this city elt and t tni < i ruUoh ruUohmoney mlh mlhmoney mtQimotley
money on 01 hand hanl tends t to make 1lk l1Hkrate tt I 10 10rte QW QWrate
rate rte of Interest a necessity ntII lty u eKIJ etinily lory
lorywhen
when loans lonns can not 10t be hI jiimH jiimHHowever 11110 jn i 1II1 q uigkly
However there Is no 10 iiuuku IIUIkl way WiY wtL to todiscourage todlscourge todiscourage >
discourage dlscourge people peolle from trll making rtepos rteposits doposIs
its Is thnn to reduce the rut rutl < of II lnteiet Inlel
I am not 10t in favor of th prnpiJsed prnpiJsedchange Prthbedchange
change from fron 4 to 3 per feI rrnt nt prnpsed prnpsedehlnge an ulfpur ulfpurballk cut l our ourbank purbnmmk
bank can better afford ltor1 t I > i I per percent jcrcent
cent than It can 111 to t discount dl roul ir pres present pmCieat ¬
ent depositors eposlorl by b making d I i 1 rdu eduction eductionIn u IC8 t tioim tioimiii l
In II the rate rate of InteieM InteieMAnother Intlleft intemeetAnother
Another cashier said Slu our bank bankcan bankcl1n batikcan
can dispose of all al the dei detts sltn wor worcole e ecoive ro rocolvo
cole so as 19 to tl make lal < e 4 per icnt 1 < r our ourdepositors s 0t11depoeltore > r rdeposior
depositors deposior but our ur banr1 will wil decide decideabout dMldoabout deiidoabout
about the change chalge IVmonaiij I am amnot aiimnot
not 10t In favor of the clwriB cHtit and I think thinkthat thinkthat timlmiktimat
that the cushleis cashlell generally genernl HKHV itgi 11Iewlh 11IewlhII with withme wIthlime
me I ISevernl
II
meSeveral
Several board mectlncs le ln 8 were sched scheduled HahNItled ohedtiled ¬
tiled tled for or this nfternnon nttcruol l Ii li djeiip4 djeiip4ltICtitOli < < u4 I the thequenllon theIU
quenllon IU tton and Illt It I Is II said that Wll tli Ihe I im < major majorltv
11Jfl 11Jflt
tv t Of the tlt cashiers ore not It in n Uof ralOI t4rortime of ofthe r rthl
the changt the th < majority IBJuriy of tin Iiitars IJjHyj
tars trI of If the various banks an AI ir fr Inof fOjVfir fOjVfirof Itt
of o rates the proposed proposl reduction HtlurtOI In Ii Inferest Inferestrates Inteftmtes inetesirates
EFFECT ON STOCKS STOCKSDealers src STO 15 15D s sP
Dealers P a a1rs rfn In local lo < al stocks stooJc are ar keeping kpepltg a atk3 atimetn
ike It timetn ed of redUctonn redUctonntho redutlon in inthifl
tho thiflcur Intft Ynlctaleed rtenndltl9Jld rtenndltl9Jldcur
cur brol brokers < er think I it wi tviil rlu8 rouSt seUrJ seUrJtlei c r rte
tk3 te to advance ntlll 11 higher hl hor us II the theare tler tlerI1r thi0 thi0are
are I1r > few of the lending len < luJ M ik 1k > which whichreturn whichretur whichreturn
return retur less than f I > per Pe cent an1 ad nQine nQineof oOt iQn0of
of o them ylqld h11 7 or 74 71 7 at pniont If pnt Mijues MijuesAt
At J2IO 21 Deseret > 1 National pn 111RUsl s mist mistper lues C Cper tleI
per leI cert and arl It Is quoted nt II6 i2l nt
139 39 7 7 C JI I I pay n trifle trll unler unler6nt 6 6nt
nt J175 175 Ogden Ogd < n Sugar SU nr retum rpIUn narly narl 0 0at 6itt r rnt
at SIB 18 Utah Unh Sugar SUlar pay un nenil nroJlr 7 and andat Inu Inunt amidat
at than S18 1IS 7 Home lore Fire FIIl pa payR J11 > a little lte better betterthan bett bettirtunis r rthan
h
CAK CI l GHES 01 GiIj I nVKll nVKllilembcrsnf 0 ovin3temnbers Y EH EHIcmbers
ilembcrsnf Icmbers of Hoard 1011 IlonrtIoftIiiatloui of KdiionllontoliQ KdiionllontoliQTrlcilon tlrtOI to 11
Trlcilon Tricil oti II Sntunla Sltlllra 1
The much talked of cas cnlP < > of lt the tb gjty JiHYvs gjtyvs ity ityvs
vs M V J Xewnmn ewlan Oirar W MnjIeiAV MnjIeiAVG 1rl IoylA IoylAG 4 4G
G Glauque Gauque Simon nambcrc nambcrcGeoghtean JO Jonth JonthGeogiigan h hGeoghl
Geoghtean Geoghl all and L F 1 Hrantln Hrantlnns Iraltn wl1Ji wl1Jirae il ji jiwas
was ns set for today toda In Judge Judgecourt Tlimmmommy Tlimmmommycourt hnmOI S Scourt
court has again been rnntlntiel conlnurJind conlnurJindwi and andwill antitviii
will wi probably be settled sotcl ni 1t ntt ct Hatanl SatJrt1tafternoon attQ attQatterlon y ynfternoon
afternoon atterlon The eentleimn sentNnl1 n nr f tho thonienibprg th thmembers thnmeimmbers
members of the board bOIId of eduitl eduatn eduatlncused n nJ nJcused t
cused ly t City Iliyslrlan Ihsllan J i K I King Kingof FIti FItiof iitt iittof
of resisting on ni order of tin iii Nurd lartlf lartlfhealh of ofhealth ofhealth
health healh by I permitting Iolmltnt the thl till Il Iwpls Iwplsto is isto
to be opened to unvacclmited unacclntd children childrenetc lhltlr hmlldrenetc n nelc
olenel S
etc J JThe
etcTlio
The case was ns continued contnulu on motion lotin of ofAttorney atHorney ofAttorney
Attorney Lindsay Iloger hi I it njprd njprdBents rOirl ronmoseats
Bents the defendants In II nuking Ilklngthe Ilklngthemoton ataktntime ataktntimelaotian the themotion
Bald motion moton for or n continuance contnuance Mi 11 Kopcrs KopcrsBald Hoor 1Qgcrssaid
BaldYour 6nll
Your honor I was wn rngaKiJ in inthls inthlscase umthmIacase this thiscase
case nt noon today toda and nd I ik lk fpr n npostponement npostponement apostponement
postponement until unt 8atur Sllurh < Ia iii lrlthll immri rrljng rrljngI I tug tugI
I make the request upon tu t t tFirst ununilg ununilgFirst rt lt
First lrsl I want time to look Inm th thp m 1f ntmt ntmtter it itter t ttlr
ter and second I wi tvislm iMi h tn it iiiterinlne iiiterinlnethe lfnn ttflflnC ttflflnCthe ne neIbe
the juestlon 1leslon ns to vhfth u n ndLtlle ndLtlleet L the thecity timecity
city ordinance ordinanceCity et ordinanceCity council counci has power to pus la > s such Ilehnn Ilehnnordlnnnce j nn nnordinance aimordinance
City CI Attorney Attore Stephens Stephenscontinuance ens objitH hJc il tp t < Ha Hacontllunnee u uiuint
continuance contllunnee I am II II1lut1 iiieaiattl wi wicounty iuint i ttitiithie ttitiithiecounty ntitlic ntitlicInul ltl th
county attorney atorne In the thecomes Inul IRII ut l1 te e yhlch tIHh tIHhCOI ilhmcontes
comes COI S up lp Saturday morning tumlNr USIr Rltl aithAIrStephens USIrStcphms lr lrSlephlJs
Stephens SlephlJs but of course LUI If i Mr I Holers Holerscontemplates IQ htqgerscoumtLlilpiates rt
contemplates eOJtelplat 9 entcrlm enterlJI a dtmuner kmuref In Inthe 11 Iiithe
the case ene why wh then I shall offer Itr rq Tqob Tqobjcctlon vl9bjection ob objection ¬
jection jectionCounsel jcctlonCounsel jectionCounsel
Counsel for defendants titi bl1 > i that tntl ttmflttha If Ifhe
he concluded that the thl rltv rl hn IHII 1 n ni < > pqw pqwcr l iQ iQer W Wer
er to pass masg such an ordlnntx 11 he h tiild 1 trtmtlicertainly tiildcertainly ltl ltlcertaIn
certainly certaIn enter a I demurr denmurriThe t i iThe
The court then Brantd Imnlpl tim < ntlnu ontlnnnce onUtuonce ntlnunnce J
nnce until unll Saturday nft Afrnr AfrnrIWGUAM aftrnrPItOGItAM > rn > r ri >
> f fPROGRAM
i 4 i
>
PROGRAM PItOGItAMtt HWTOMOli0y HWTOMOli0yAt FOR T < IOlH W J WJ
At > t Dedication Dcdlcaton of L 1 1 n S Hiisnos luslnesV < fo foIcffo oi oilegeIhifluIiii J Jlllo
Icffo lllo legeIhifluIiii legeIhifluIiiiTime llnililliiff llnililliiffThe Ilulllnl X XThe
The dedication ellcation service leTlcel for th thlerday Lat Latterday La LaIcrday ¬
terday Saints Huslneas lulllts tlIV oiligewHI oiligewHIens llkg wIIi 1
begin tomorrow at 2 p I m i In it itbulldlnif < n nblllhling
bulldlnif Music Mu lc will wi be 1 fun tu fuiisheby fuiishebya nj hsd hlt1 by bya
a quartet qUlrtet composed cOllosed of Metsr Il sr Tlojnas TlojnasAshworth TIo TlOtflh19Ashwortim n < s sshworth
Ashworth and U S Knslpn l MM lfJr lfJrzlo Liz Lizzie Lrzie ¬
zie ThomasEdward homnsI twBd and M Miss s Mabel MabelCooper 3Inl M bi biCooper 1 1Cooper
Cooper The college colege students sIU stulenlisIn < tnll liJpln liJplnIn J 1
In tho college song long and 111 I II to th < h < Star StarSpangled tar tarSpangled
jnr jnrSpangled
Spangled Banner while whlt tin SI Mnrtct qiartetabove Mnrtctabove artetnloe
above nloe named laled will wi render tin tw vifeij < r ij
Hlflhop Ulhop George Gerge Hnmiiey BOnler i hultman hllm jt jtthe t tthe tthe
the building bulllnG committee cmmltl will tt ill f HIlI mflflhl mflflhldeliver filly
deliver Ilcl the new nw structure structurl to t toof th ijnre ijnreof arc arcot
of tho trustees trusteo President Irtlhlnt IresldntCannon Vntus n u M MCannon 3
Cannon will wi accept tin tl t nMmg JJlng 6n 6nbehalf 6mmbehalf n nbllullr
behalf of the board of o truM truMPresident tru trupts truptsIrcsideumt I > K
President Joseph H I Ta Talr > lor 1 v ill 11 I pak speakof pakof a aot
of the tle future fltul of the tht roHto 1110 enhiugstudents ir 1 nJ < Rp lkthj lkthjstudents be bestudcnts
students will wi make a hag lt pi m 1 nlijj6n nl tl tlThe
The prayer Iraer of dedlcat1 ttlratior > i < t tfeted < I of offerod offerell
feted by h some one to tl I > 1Iresident > I > nsbv nsbvPresident n 1
President Irsldent Snow who wilt lll I rmkisoine rmkisoinercmnrks m mil5Omnrenmarics solne solnermarks
rcmnrks rmarks on the occasion 0 oceatummAll < 111 j
All Al persons who have h re IJ writ written t tten
ten Invitations Inllntlons lerons are experii I > < ivnialn ivnialnto 11lnto Teflma1to
to the banquet which pxpft1 will extendijth extendijthluccesaite tendwIth tendwIthucccsalve
ucccsalve tables from frm rein wIlxltndilh wIlxltndilhuccc8she 4 to S p m
1
lEC LEllSLATokjjIff LEllSLATokjjIffTHE SlA TORslHsTT TORslHsTTI
I
THE STATE PRISON 11 fill L
iWclolcd iWelcomed to the Institution by Warded Yarde I j
Dow Who Shows Them Thlougl Through t
77000 Needed
fl
S S
Two ivo of th thl l lag Iarg rs new HarM Transit Trnniltcars Tmnsltcrrl Transitcttr
cars crrl ware at the Theaur fhetr corner cornerPiomptly corne cornerpLmnmIitly
i i Piomptly Pll I II I ut 915 01 oclock to convey clvey tho tholegislative the1jIslattve
legislative pnrty Ilul to the State Itate Prison prlwnUiit Irlln Prison141st
Uiit Ult few tel of the tht member m6IW of either eltbr tiouio tiouiowore houlecrc hiousere
wore crc re abwnt nbnt and they with wih th the clerk clerkifrdm clerklrm clerksfr
ifrdm fr rm m the Senate and 111 the Howe HOUe and Iad a anumber R anunThor
number of o Indies la II el the wives wive ami Inll an reIn rla rlatv reIntLei relative ¬
tive tv of o time legislator leglllltlr filled fled tho thl th cam cat to toth toHut tothe
th Hut limit Ilnlt of their seating eatng capacity capacityWhen CPclty CPcltyWhen espiicltyWimen
When opposite olllle tho city elY and all county
building buiding the Ih cars Crl topped sl011pel to take on a afew aW afew
few W of the members fnembut who had ha been bel extra extrazoalous exlrazcnluuI extrazealous
zealous zcnluuI over their work or had been bll at attending attnllnr attending ¬
tending tnllnr committee meeting meetingGovernor meeln meelnOoeror mneetimigGovernor
Governor Ooeror W WeU8 a1ls llg Joined the tie party and andremained Rndr sndrehinineil
remained r < hnln91 with wlh It I during its II Inspection Inspectionof Inepclon Inepclont
of t the penitentiary penitentiaryA peilontay peilontayA
A 4 little 1110 over 011 half huf an hour of rapid rapidgliding rapidgliding pid pidslding
gliding slding ovqr the rail ulll brought brouht th thilrty thilrtyto the party partyto
to the Imposing ImlHllnl building bullllM whew whe the
titatu tat takes tnlA care rt or It I its luwbrwiklnj IlwbklnK
family f ul Here ler the tht party was a met by
courteous Warden how Dul who genially geniallysubmitted gnlliy gnlliylubllted getutallysubmitted
submitted lubllted to a 1 niege II ge of hand shaking ettklvc
The visiors visitors weie tint Olt taken Into the thewardens thewtudenII timewardens
wardens private jrJmtt olHce 0lnet and thence up upa
a 1 winding stairway from frm which they theyemerged theyImoreu thsyenmorged
emerged Imoreu on the thl top tfl of the high encir encircling encircling ncl ¬
cling wall fl fiom fi 111 omn which the tit arguieyiil arguieyiilrentrlen arfUeYI arguseylmentries
rentrlen rellriel are Irc always < IW81 on 01 the lookout IHkout for forattempts turnttemptH forattempts t
attempts nt prison prtn breaking A tour tourof louruP tourttti
of uP the wills nls aecuHled aeCul about abut ten minute minutefUj mtnutol mlnUtsthe
fUj tlvta lU the tll party Iry wn wnl was conducted with within wih withIn ¬
in r 11 the prison prtnprfu proper Speaker Jefker mat
iiinnn rnnn wa vu one Oi nf the first nlll arrivals at atthe lt ittthe
the strong gate gn Ie whU whth whtimm h shuti In the con convicts cal conVicts ¬
victs Iet from runs the th wit tltm r world lurld With Wih bin binusual hil histisual
usual enorcr cnorr he hI attempted ftmjINJ to open olen the thewny IheIY timewny
wny IY hut he wan 11 not no on to the lie com comblnatlon comblnalon coatbination
blnatlon blnalon and bin hil failure fiure was 1 the occa occasion Ica Icaslon oecusian ¬
sion of some pleasantries plllulUtrJel on the part of ofhis othis ofhue
his colleagues colleaguesTHE loleautt loleauttTiE enhiwiguseTIlE
THE TiE WAHDiNS WAtl S WELCOME WELCOMEWarden WELOU WELOUWarden VILCOMEWarden
Warden Dow and Ind bin hi assistants then thentook thentool thentook
took the party prty through throlh an exhaustive exlmuitlveuxplorutlon exhnulve exhnulvemflortlon exhaustiveOp1OrtttioI1
uxplorutlon mflortlon of if tli the > > mysteries mstcrllM of State Stateprison Slate Stateprison
prison lIfe Il The kitchen klrhln the library librarywore Ihrary Ihrarywore librarytsore
wore In turn examined eXlllnfl Then the he work worjcshops workahol wort wortshoi
shops ahol weit welt Inspected InHpctl where the prison prisoners ¬
ers were se seen ten n at work malting all alldm1s alldm1sof kinds kindsof
of useful thin thlne from sucks < > fkR shirts and andshoes nnd8hoe8 andshoes I
shoes to brushes brulew and articles more Iore or ornamental ornlmental ornittnemttal ¬
namental but not so 10 useful such sleh aa aaen a9cue ascanes
en cue canes lies laboriously laborously maJe out of chips of ofjipin offlo ofjiOta
jipin n and nnl pearl lal handled button buton hooks lunikswhlch hook hooksthheh
whlch are aI made > entirely enllrly by hand Many Manyof fanyot
of time visitors Illors purchased IlurrhR < sonic Hmc of these thesearticles the timeioarticles
articles souveiilru souveiilruA
artlelel ni aim IH vlleultl vlleultltmLJelotS
A ntaicmrs MNVHEON MNVHEONAt rTNrH O OAt
At noon non a toothsome tot hso repast rPsl was waiserved waMaw11 wass
served s aw11 rvetl to tl t the thl vhltors lnltor In the large din dinIng dining
Ing 1111 hall used lId by Die Ihl convicts convictsTowaidB voflvietsIowards onletsTtwardi
TowaidB Ttwardi the end of the meal Gov Govc GovW Charin
W U n c av Le remarks rksl In his
SHORT SESSION SESSlfl IN I SENATE SENATELegislators SENATElegislators SENATElegislators
Legislators Transit T msc Only Routine Ro tine Business Businessand Busnm Busnmand
and then Adjourn AdjournMiliMllulu Ajourn AjournII Adjourniiumiaium
II iiumiaium Hi 0 I 1 MiliMllulu 111IIIUlo lu Amend the IhoSlulillfN tholllr theSlit
SlulillfN Slit lllr tu tcu Govriiin iutcrill o1rnll Mniomrnti lltCIPh l lorioratloiit h hCrlraUun hCorportuuIumi >
orioratloiit CrlraUun < fur A teIImIellt ucltnl
Tho Senate convened at 3 oclock this thisafternoon Ihl8aeroon thisafternoon
afternoon aeroon and after afer disposing dIIPOIn of a I few fewroutine te teroutJnt fewroutine
routine mot mater matters ten at 3 31l 315 Ifi adjourned alJourtll tj tjhi tJthe tolime
hi house 1oUe In order to be pr prent t nt while whileSenator whileSenator hUt
Senator Whitney gave ae lii II address addr In Incommemoration II IIcomlooftlon incomimmomnonitlon
commemoration comlooftlon of the lale let Dr Park IarkHOUSW ParkJOUSl ParkhIOtJS1
HOUSW JOUSl PROCKBDIXGSJ PROCKBDIXGSJThe pn rEDIXGS rEDIXGSThe
The House 10ule met In regular session Ion at
S 3 p I m when he follow tOIOIln following Int buaineas buaineaswas bUine bUinena bCalnessS bCalnesstranstocted
was na transacted prior to the theCI r rcess me mecesa
cess CI S which WM 4 taken taktn half an hour hourInter hourlater hourlater
later when Senator Whitney Whlne addrewed addrewedthe addre
the Joint asaemUy asaemUyHaute asemUyhlotmee stmLy stmLyHalIte
Haute bill bi No M by Olaamann Oumann a asubstitute 1 1subttute asubstitute
substitute subttute for or House 10ult bill bi No 10 to toamend toIlelld toamend
amend Ilelld the statute alltuie providing for state statements Itatl Itatlmeutll statemacmite ¬
ments by corporation orptnnl for nwewment nwewmentThe nfellt nfelltfhe
The bill demands temaJld that iiat railroad ra I r < l stwt stwtcartelephoneteUgruphcar Sl etretoartslpimonetiegrephcar t tcnrt
cartelephoneteUgruphcar cnrt ltphon telfgrlphcar and express expresscompanies exprt exprtcmllullus expresseomnpnnies
companies cmllullus and all al au other public publc and In < l pri private prla prirate ¬
rate a 10 corporations corll tonl < except banks llU loan loaneomiKUilM lon lonc honemhmammles
eomiKUilM c mllll and reign insurance In uranc com companies cm cmpnnleA cornpanics ¬
panics > shall ehal annual OIIUdl before IHfor the first firstMonday nlt nltrond ttrst7uloumday
Monday rond In April llrl unr uIr tutti of the th per person J perelan ¬
son 10n conatltutlng cnatitutll such Fuch company Idn If a aperson aporon aperson
person poron or under the twtli If f th the presi president prl prllen presiden ¬
dent secretary sertf tr trsurct < tfurf urr yuperintenu yuperintenucnt uPrntent
len
cnt or chief ntmm olk otit r rs in ihl hi his state It I of ofueh otsuch ofsuch
such company eomlln or c clrIiratlln > rpc tralth rat > n mike makt and andfile andme andfile
file with wlh th Ihe ntitary iitar 1 > of 1 the Ile State Stateboard Slatt Stateiioartl
board hOr of equalization euazaton a statement statementfor Istementtor
for the year mxi piweiinx piweiinxthe rnPinthe
the first of t January Jnnulrr last IR past pl e102 e102the 1 mj mjthe in inthe
the name nature lature location Ia no amount 10UDI of ofellal > f fcapital fcapital
capital ellal stock Ilk Au1 n < l 111 i nr details dell II of lbs Ihzcompany thl thlIn lbscompany
company In or o rurlofIn rurlofInClt criurmtifl criurmtiflcIIy < n > oritin oritinCITY
CITY Clt UIIKKK UIIIK VERY rEn ElV LOW LOWSllpl LO LOVimiiit
Sllpl 111 lIllH3 I II 113 iiit1 StirS t1jii it I Is I HIt tivI Ivlllff IMS IMSThan J Jflau 1tshiiitu
Than flau ItsjSontml It us nlltt niitt1 Flow FlowSuperintendent PlowSUI1rnteadent PlotvS
S Superintendent SUI1rnteadent of Wnurworts Ihrwok Jlis JlisStated JI111 JI111Etatet 1itsEttl
Stated Etatet this Ihl afternoon fterll0l there ah r to I onl onlDtO >
11000 DtO 1009 gallons Ialln i yf f watr wal r now coini eont coitug
Into llt the lhmecity city clY whrn wln the thf th normal lunll flow 00 flowhits r rthl I Ithl
thl thl hits season sUln of tho I tii > year ar Is I about abUt IW IWOM 12U iZOOGO
OM 0 gallons dull tituhly liy Tlir Tit spring Iprt llnw llnwroaches 11 11rOchs llruchmes
alon
roaches rOchs the high hllh mark of 1JOMW 1tOUO I5 e 1 gI gIlone 1 1lane
lane Mr Ir Hlms ln avs < timers ther Is only ani
nbout S I or 10 11 ln Inh < h If f snow nine Ilnt miies miiesup 1511t1UI Iel Ielup
up City Ciy Cr Crt tl h < nnvn allon whereas hen last lastjear lt lttlr haltyemir
jear tlr at t this t Imp 1ll th thrp re wan 8 over lvr t tfi 10 10tt tw twfv4
fi tt t The Te supTlnitu Juprlnl nd ii m l II math ci cIn cInrDlo cn cnmed n nctrocd
ctrocd rDlo med qver Qve next ntxt yar ar a water wate sup tupply supply ull ullVi
ply ply1iwlncwl Vi
DSCO I 1SUtNflh1SI I IH X I J rSlc rSlcItodncod C CIromlncetl
1iwlncwl Itodncod JlurJi to toThere II i Ihf I5tlfllle Ilfimiifltuire ot oftfshemrnrle I
tfshemrnrle I 1tflhiPN 1tflhiPNThere
1 IIII udflw I ITlr
There Tlr was wasmusic I Cndor e5IidrabiC hIP dl sjJscrdan sjJscrdanmusic InIAnt I It
music t lc at Prof Pf McTlellM McTlellMrocttal III thryit thryitr t1rn f J Jrftl i
rocttal rftl r ettal this mon It Ittliougbt rUpt 1 > t l0t neI lo lothouJt iS iStihougtt
tliougbt thai v S t i iu < d I II 1 > in inProfessor the thehmOtt5or hI hIlrotlr
Professor thouJt lrotlr hi hlo In I h he > 1 1that s 5that I Ithat
w 1rl 1 > r rlcsse V Vclose
v I 11
that once ou r I I If
close to tilt ro t l 1Id 1 V dl i r rtime i2 i2the i I
f the production I of f wundi d nut indicated
S
Capacity ns chalnnn chairman ot c the
bo1d board at correction9 State
correctons
MCIlarinumtj lcIlrJnnd wij a 5
cahie4
fext next a speech eech lIe rnlell on t r the
le Indulged In
a few
NllnlrleB about the las iast three ho h tel
sat at the thmese tme had
lablo tables The h hp the the5 Were Uti UtiJfttf
crosswise W he
erOswle ler lerMr lmared Iemarced nld amnlj laugh Jfttf
Mr Oaslnnm Giasinammas wn wits the
thuulted The nelt ulma name
ahuuIed Spoker Speaker p said
that
sid in
tI3t
comiversittion with the 11
converltlOI pl Prieonri on ra he had
nleertlned that most nmos ot theaftth 1M
expet expect to work thelIIIIt pt
u at l the maine
whln When they got ot out ot prison The c4lhnr clhmmig
then at ques
ton COIlet cQuiict labor was as n vexe4 one
and ho bad exel
not taken It
under eareui
consllerton consideration II Ito comllhhmnented carful
Warden on tho neat complinenll and the
comfoltable
quarlers Uarter UarterSenatur
Sal Said Sntur Senatur he Aleon Allisomi In order wal wan that next call Caliei on onPrison
we
may not na
make
too
s serious rlou a IUelUon of this
Prison Ilrlon matter mater I move that we bring
out 0110 o ot Dlii
G1asmann
kili It A Di Gamann bl18 Wilt anll
kil member
renlarkj
that
they lheyOf
rernrke tl1t
Were doln doing that evuy day
e1
Senator Smoot moved a ote Of OfMr
thanks to the warden warden for h hWhlch his tciipirmeg
and hl IdndneS
ncrlalnl ncrlalnlIr ntenton attention which Wa Was carrie1 carrie1Mr crrlelwlth with 5t
Mr Ir Holzhclmcr 10lzhelncr nmong othe things
mmoroUSy rcrjQrkcd remarked st that he had
been there too tO to short a time tme to eu suggest
improvements In the penitentiary
Mr Axton spoke okc on penllentay his bl bill In favor
bil
at the lbrary library fund
Mm Ir Uolzhehnrr
humorously
Jl gested ted thath that he was lobbying sag
S Mr Harnlln Hamln said MIIhe he ihould hoII houl USe us esPry
pfry
cffoit CffOtttogain to pain the Stale
tOtttolaln jlrFson tho full
appropriation lfroprlntlon eppropra nekcil for for tul
In response resnf to torempate4 repeated rt eate1 mall harden
Dmr DI luwaroo arose ami thanked hu hi auditors
but It excused himself hllfel from talking 4JIOr
A fav of the members made 14do Ulkng an In
Bpfctljn s ct n of the stables Itables after lunch lun h and an
then Ihcnthl the return retur trip wn made IM th thAparty
party prty arriving arrhlngback back In town tOln about 1 115 U
o oclock oclockGOVERXOn clock clockGOVERNOR clockGOEflNOI 1S
S
GOVERNOR TALKS TO ADE MA MAJons MAJolts IA IAJOlS
Jolts JonsInterest JOlS JOlSspeclalllterest JoltsEsiecai
Esiecai speclalllterest Interest was 13 wa taken In youn
Ain Ab Majors lajorL who has hnq just been grant J
the priviege privilege of a new nw trial on n Mj t tchlue
charge of murder lln w Was wn callJ cld call d out ou
from his cell and Governor Wells Wels ehis in thk > k
hands with him anti Il Introduced Intrducell him o osenator
senator gena tor Smoots wIle Ibo mbo ho In turn tur pi piwnted PIRrnted prsflmted
wnted him to the tl rwt of the lad He
looked lo ked nent quiet and s selrcontRln selrcontRlnnl seifVoumtqinNLhid lfcon lfconand
and nl In reply N1I to ouestlaijs lueelon by b the thonor gIer gIernor gtvernor
nor eald 8311 that he had 1M never 1001 lost hope Impca npp r rI fa
a I PMV 1 trial and anl that he was lS still 811 In n
hope of o a clmncn hnngl e at ctvenue venue clue In IrUlh Ills nest ot
trial Irlal The g gotrtmor < > nrnr error compllhffnted complhenlcd hint hinton himon hlnlon
on his persistence and courage courageJ77COO coutge
J77COO 7100 WANTED WANTEDAn WJNTEI
An appropriation approprlatQafor for the theSlato State prison prisonof
of years 77000 mo Js I nsked lsle for the next two twoyears twooar8 twoyearn
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i ln n hl tl his music usl book OI If i1p the prop professor eor eo VM VMperturbed t1isperturbed 1M 1Mpclurbe
perturbed pclurbe his audience a lenc was W more mrelll mrelllan m mand stanti
and an < l nil ni because becuso o a 1 wailing Infant Infantwhose Infnt Infntwhoo infaitthose
whose hose fond mother mal her hat hltcnrrIM carried It In Inher I Iher 1cmher
her arms as to the Tabernacle Taberlcla for Ile the lie p Inr InrPOSI r rpose
pose of listening Istcnlng to the enchanting enchantingtOm enchantng enchantngtot
tOm tot < e of Instrument and voice v lce charac characteristic chaae chaaeterl chamacteristle ¬
teristic terl tc of such occasions occasionsEvery orelons orelonsfnr Occasions1very
Every fnr time lme the volume Iolume of sound sount from fromthe fromIhe fronttue
the great jrat organ Incrcnted Incre ed the sa same samewould satiawould e ewould
would be true with wlh the strong mvn lunged lungedyoungster lungolounsler lungedyoungster
youngster who minuTe nlule the moat mot of his hisopportunity hIsopportuniy hisopportunity
opportunity opportuniy to protest prtet against the MI MIdltion r rdlion nadltion
dltion dlion of classical casllcal music which whih un 115
apparently allparenly not at all 11 to tohll hu Ilkln Iklnj liking At Atllrst Attrat Atllrst
llrst trat Prof Pot McClellan said M nothing Ithlng but butgradually but10dualy butgradually
gradually 10dualy he found himself disputing disputinghonors tllsputlnghonora disputinghonors
honors with wlh the Infant and then It was wasthat wnsthat wasthat
that ho aroused himself hlrsel white whie the th audi audience oull oullence autHonce ¬
ence was greatly cal disconcerted dllconcerled Finally FinallyIt rlny rlnyIt
It was W found necessary nKlssr to request tho thomusic thoIUJlc theummusic
music IUJlc loving 10lnl mother to take her child childhome chltl chltlhome childhome
home Commenting Comnlnt upon the incident incidentafter Incltlel1tntlr incidentafter
after the recital rtlal Prof Irot McClellan said saidWe saidWe saidVe
ntlr We like lke babies babl and we like thHr thHrmothere thllrmothel jhlrmothers
mothers mothel We want the tatter Inter to < o coma comato comi comto
to our recitals the more mor the better beler but butwe butwe butwe
we dont want the former torert formerat t the Tab Tabernacle Tabernacle Tabemnacie
ernacle on such occasions ocalons I tru trust t tha thawe Ihltwo lhatro
we never will be b put to the necessity necessityagain neesl neuitYagain
again lenr of asking Iskln wi a mother to take her herbabe herbabe herbabe
babe away I1Iay because beause it I Is I very unpins unpinsant unpleasant
ant for torus us and certainly ctrtalnly It I must mus be b hu humiliating humlntng humillating ¬
miliating to her herAside herAtlde herAside
mlntng Aside Atlde from om the Incident Inddet outlined outlinedabove oln outllnstiaboe 1 1noo
above the recital was WIS much niuchappreclIlt niuchappreclIlted tippw tippwed lpprclat lpprclatcd
flal
ed noo by the large Ile number numbr of listeners listenerspresent IJleners IJlenerspresen listenersitresent
present t S
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