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ki I RaidedTown in ma ina
r lands Saloon
a Fever of Excitement
Feb 9A fpCClal fpCClaltt pe da1 da1t W Wked
Mo Jo1
Iel el11 troIn Lea eavcnOrtb eavcnOrtbTJeotY cnllorth Wan
tt t St stu
11 11TfeDt111 farmers armed with withto wih wihI tth tthtteflWted
ked tmC at atM
TfeDt111 saloon lt ltf
attempted to raid ral LII a 1
I fourteen miles mies miesnb riUertb
Jn M race
l f a Imal pnalI last Jlac fit night and lr the theu thore timee
nb u 01 here Jed 1IUilJOn 1IUilJOnttelhl1 1I 1IIf >
M Mrs flose ose ° sc nudrn nudrnIIi
ttelhl1 Ih t lolowed tollowed Instantly Instantlywarrants
re ee bartender was yASw as Instanty
IIi ot O tbe completelY blown blown111D IuwnW
11 w her bead Webb one 01 the r31der r31derIsbot raiders raidersbOt
W 111D Uflam Rnd or Ihree Ihreet11 tlirOUere
Isbot bOt In the arm hurt tlO One hUldrel hUldrelit tiiiiidred tiiiiidredtJ
ere Ilghty and IIen IIenVIs
John JO1
t11 TOIaT len lenIOn
it tJ Iere were bred rK farmers members ot otD1b OfI
VIs IOn ounl arrested tamers nd warrants warrantsrSMKKtt wlrrants wlrrantsfn vLLtrafltut
DVb wcre te Inl Lhe town 10nI
I D1b 1npIlcated
fn ut fir tr others In1p1clted and IM further furtherr furtherTtpOOfl
I a frYo1 r1Or ot eJdtement
r I tbreattned tbreattnedj3 by b Mrs Michael Michaely lchnel lchnelShe
1 TtpOOfl on Iaa rn warned to close closeI
j3 had ad been wared
y She he refused t tveok
I prr p by MondaY Ionda tIht ent entY retusel men ni nifl nil nile1
4 veok I8t 1at 111jht handkerchlti tor torIh Or Or4kL
fl Ind ceaijng tarng saloon TWO 0 of oflbr OfteWr
ed the
4kL Ih IPrroar aprIarhed W11 W11ttered
Turner and an John WI WIJrecttred
teWr lbr JO Trner ordered dr1nl Dar Darf 3art
ttered and nd drnks
Jrecttred hid nrely arcely set the thebl theiqt
f r Hudon bar hen the men ga gave gaveaL e
bl iqt In fl the door 108 108url sva svaurt
aL L
1 malked men rushed rushedt rushedllalfft
url urt QlO QP and dozen shot guns gunsrtIe
llalfft gun gunrfrlled
t IhHlace lal I doze
ceiling and II tIred red nIl nIlIltr al1rtt
rfrlled rtIe to am the reiing saloon keeper that thath1nant t thr
Iltr 1rtt to hUllnels hile t1O two len men ap aprCh1 ftPlIdon
hr h1nant aelnt whie uns unsn
vlth leveled levelled guns guns3d105
rCh1 lIdon lh
IJdon barrels ot both bothtel
3d105 n gTatt rabed brreli
and then fell to tobe tobe
Inrlant ttl
lor 1o an
dIscharged as astel asfett
be fl The guns wm dlchrged
fMr striking strikingbl
Cb1wge tram one
tel fett thC dhcbrge
from the second secondwcr secondiy
ufl and that
bl Ill rushed rushedo
Ir lrs Budlon
iy wcr the Ilove
In Int
o the srene trol trona the lving living rooms
She SheI Shei
In th doorwaY
t rm and an stDO tod Illh
when n na
the spot
r ached 1 1n
i tw irY
I the door and dls dlshlrged dIshnrge
IUlimUed evtUd at
n cs rSMKKtt rSMKKttssrorf8
hlrged The hot truck her In tle tleorehud tim timorebead I IMln1Y
cli clijtfly
orehud abo above e the eyes and she tel
ssrorf8 ssrorf8s rushed to toIs toIs
jtfly nan ld 1tun ln t11hld
wOln lud
Mln1Y Is s Un ei il Ilde toatolnuter to to her but bu bute t tte
i h he w COld W carry her to tonnthir toMlbl toMther
te e did M d t t re ca
nnthir Mlbl r m DurlnR Durlnl tti the ihoollng ihoollngrniitn hotng hotng11m hootlngitiam
rniitn YTel Webb one o ot t the raUers rllers was wasaro wnscdmla1r wascctdthtaUY
cctdthtaUY 11m cdmla1r hot In the arm and an two tIO or ormm orT orON orON
mm mmfeed EXPEION EXPEIONtalhlnton PEII1T1U PEII1T1UWahlntton
talhlnton Wahlntton F i Ieb b HThls 1Thf govern governt
feed eot t will 11 llI not nt Join 10ln In the contemplated contemplatedlavement Cntemplt d dmment
lavement of the allied aUle armies against againstUna againstD
Una D and an Indication ln lcton of our pur purse
se Tflll j 1Ii be sent en to the powers pwers This Thisittrralnttion 111tlrfnaton 11115temnatton
ittrralnttion tlrfnaton temnatton vtt n reached rached at todays todaysktlttt toaaysUnit Oda OdaIDet
ktlttt Unit IDet meeting melnl It l Is believed beleved by the thefet thenljDt thenntacd
nljDt nntacd fet arJ ad ttemenbm tbe membe of his cab cabict cbl cbletltll cabint
ict etltll tl that tJch a movement mmment would be beci I beTft 1 1e
ci Tft 1 fffs tm mrr IV e r point p I nt of view and andloiJ ando
loiJ o h blD b la the nature oatu re of a t a demand deman1at
lemanl lemanlIb
ftn 1 at C an a ihall shal Otha do d that Is I probably probablyt probally probally1r
pHIb Ib t for or her to accomplish accomplishl accomplsh accomplshlrUD
1r orit l th te the cabinet MImeetng meeting meetng today tol a aa 1 1mttreteln atTlO3
lrUD tTlO3 a from rm toni lllnlster MI olster Confer CongernIterefernlngto anger was wasRtttitttdreferrlagto Wl9
Rtttitttdreferrlagto mttreteln mttretelnolster the proposed mill millry mi miIn
ry 1 eiptdlllon u dlon In i China n under com comM comcord
404 In M ot miint von on Waldersee D I uersee It ItP I Iteltd Itlcoee
P lcoee cord J tb the fact act id that t h our r mInister mlnlstl had hadj hadlinn hallrotst
rotst teltd j to the Ihet ministers Io council councilline
Kiinnln linn tnstbstfle bte line movements mOme ltel S of this counci councitt char charr chartes
a r tr t that his protest tes had failed lalell to tocu tof1oltm tocetp
cu cetp sasidedrallon the e other for forn
n f1oltm Wiuiteri taking the tht n ground that thattrli4ti thatcralons
trli4ti t1 1 b ba no authority authu I to Inllucnce mill millvr mi mirI7 millT
at Intuhence
vr T cptutlcBi cralons one on way or the t other catherI othericrtvy
Stmnj rI7 Hay Jay has ha rerelved Cele a cable cablebu
I UI frai r ehtle Charlemagsje Tower our ouriiKJor ouril
iiKJor bu d r to Ilussla HUlslagDe explaining the thei
il ns i of the tb Ruwian press reSK on the sugar
BlrWMtlon 17 qOlton Be II says the papers papersw paperstl Slllr SlllrT
w T caadon and d
a conservative action
tn tl ht Hujslsn R llan government I ormnnt nsermtvc Icton Icton1lrrt This Thisna Thislerrttt
1lrrt na Was Ia laid In Inormnnt before be re the cabinet cabllet cablletItCetb
ts lerrttt cnittfl irth irthtjtiHerable ItCetb rein Hay Ja and discussed discused at ntrOlderable att
t tjtiHerable rOlderableJ tnhIerable torton portion rton of the session sessionIt
J pren up to a discussion of matters
ttgt3CUb It EI W Cuba am i mIt ffIOI the statement statementKiinnln muler mulerthe
laathat aaftthat the President P ldent still main
nut i tbt an a extra etra gestlon of stl Congress COI
j 1 be ge8
nlllM necessary In ease the Cub Cubln Cuban n not
tltuton tltuti n doe does nt not ot reach here In time
teactc1 Uled iaej upon pon at the present session session2B sesllon sesllon12E tmo
hOOghti rbA Feb 19A special dispatch dls atch
m Pekln PekI My 8 Field Mlirsnal MtUhal Count CountPdlllon Cou t
I 1a Walibroeys t fs Pdlllon expdiion to Sian Fu I u
rom Caprhe rl I00 BO rltl6h Britsh Germans Germansldlllollltartl Germanl
Deh and liatlans It Is
an uaodeatood
lalam <
I underltod
t I It the
expediion starts It wm act
a ra r4ar of honor to the emperor wil on ontthm
SLY emlJerr
a bll bar to Pekln II Is
ru ruto rumored
tthm t
te the alM allle W411 m L simultaneously >
to the h Yang Tao Elnulaneousl Klang valley > O oper
Jtdn Feb I iTha
mmbe or
I nd leaI healers
ID ot the
a at r opposltloa
thi OJfslton
db5 lf Ihrelln frsig ole oflle thl this afternoon
US the ei llst t
elll Lord Salisbury
rr ltitu lllus ot ° Snlabury
nmunicating the
flnt lOMnunlcatng
elcu iberai 1J Jeader Pr lls to Lrd Lorl 1 lmber
In the hou house u ot lords
Fi IUeary Ienr
llder tfr ter In CampblUannermnn the house ot commons lb hIb
libera liberais I so that
II when tha
ll thl
be Introdl etl the debate viii
unduly wi
r tftt1ag Ung will Ilrolonlld Iirolungd Alother Miother
11 be hel hell to rurth further
II er r the m mttr ttr hel I
aing alrnon new5pap5 follow I
Qcg newspper the
paf today
1 ll IXPtillttO lloha tOI Into In the Oloslng OPposing Interior mi mItt ot I
h he I
I tbe t WetmJfl5t tllmlntttr Unit GIt Gazctt says
Iantll ftInt0 lnltl their Sttes Stit and Gfat Great Drl lint
the I present oppslfl
blr eXPdllon that 8n a tIt lt It 18 oppsiton snfe to
0 t taunh t 55Plitlo JIUon Is not like
launrht In i the InterIor lke
Hhiatoa ton
hn Feb
baa UMlnlster
t kIn Con
pl ekin tTtI115 nrat tf to Inllrcled the freign b by cable to
lin the mInisters
11 plog Qt the United
fernment tenme that Unltel
Una hoUIJ further hostile
Ce CelT not bl be InuIedln lfldUlge hostie In nt
lT SLutit Q l COMP1tNY
II Pxtp1ce e I k
nllee Wih Wifli the
Anetcan sneeafl Tru Trust t
c40 o
Feb 191he
SB Says to
I ea0 o
f 25 PGYti e rt1n IMn known have as otere ofer the Cen a
Ltenlen to
1 nl Compete
n In the wih with withLtenlen
ll home supply supplyT I
others were wounded Bllghtly BlghUy BlghUytew A Afeos
law thre fired but the mob mobnlarmed snobalarmed
shots yore
tew more Irel Hudson Hudsonnulck HudsonquIckly HudsonquicklY
farmed alarmed at the kllllnff klln of Mrs
left the place without stopping stoppingo
nulck quIckly y pllce
ler the llmjors eluor nnd fixtures fixturesAntlclpatlnK fixturestlcipatlng xture xtureAntclpatn
to o destroy had hadwithered hadAntherednbut hadgathered
AntlclpatlnK the attack ntlck Hudson
withered Antclpatn about him ten armed Irred men menThey menThey menThey
Antherednbut were wereBtampeded werostalPcdelan1 were5ampeded
They however taken tlleen by aurprtao
Btampeded stalPcdelan1 and this thl fact and Ind the killing killingof kilng kilngot
prevented a aTl abloodY
of Mrs Irs Hudson Hud on probably Ireventet I ILloodY
bloodY riot riotThe riotThe
Tl The nffray lnatcd llted but a I few minutes minutesand mlnutef mlnutefnnd
and the nrrny details detal were not learned until untilthis unti untithis untilthis
this morning the raiders rliders having huvlnr Bone BonenuletS Honequiety gonetiutetly
nuletS tiutetly morlnl to their homes hom s The members membersof memberl
of quiety the party are all believed beleved to be young youngfarmers youngfarmers oungtnrmera
farmers who live 11 near nelr Millwood MillwoodSheriff Miwood MiwoodSherif MihiwoodSherIff
Sheriff Kvcrhardy went from roan here to toMillwood toMlool toMihIwooti
Millwood Sherif today todaynnd and ° d arrested nrrCted two of the theraiders thorlderB theraiders
Mlool The Thecoroner Thecoroner Thecoroner
raiders John and Ind Henry Wilson Wlsonl
coroner rlderB later left lor for t the scene to hold holdan 101 101an
Intense excitement still ex exMM exIsh oxlst
Inquest exciement Btl
an MM lst and numerous numerou81rrestl arrests will wi doubtless doubtlessfollow doulJtes8 doulJtes8tolow doubtlessfoilot
follow tolow
Wichita Kansas ICIIIBS Feb 10A 19 mass massmeeting mnls mnlsmeetng stifleseetlng
meeting of business bU lne9H men has been beenwiled beenc3e1 beencalled
wiled meetng for or next Friday The call CII says saysAll sasAl saysAll
All citizens nnd taxpayers of the city cityof
of Wichita Al cltzels hereby call cal a mass musa meeting meetingat meetng meetngnt
at 8 oclock February 22 for tho pur purnose IUI IUIpose vu vuPose
pose vent of any nn taking tnklnl lawlessness such Steps Ites or 0 mob as n will wi violence violenceIn pre prevent Ir Irvent prorent ¬
In our city Every business snail who whointerested vhooIs
Is interested Interested In the welfare of Wichita WichitaIs Wlchlla WlchllaIs
Is 11 earnestly enrnesty requested to be present presentTO prel nl
Wichita Kansas Feb 19At a meet meeting meetIng meetlag ¬
WIchia last lastevening lasleenln lasteseniitg
ing of the ministerial association aS80cllt01
evening It I wns resolved to call cal a mass massmeeting IIS IISteeto tomnsameeting
Hun Siindav Hundn Stisiday
meeting at the Auditorium next lexl
day dn teeto afternoon for or the purpose PurP ° of In InsIstlnK Inslstlt insisting
sIstlnK slstlt upon Ulon the closing of the saloons saloonsnnevC snloonsIn
In Wichita WichitaHe
nnevC He jn J D Ritchie ntchle of the Eplscopnl Eplscopnlchurch I Episcopitichurch tBeopll tBeopllClllchIJre
church president ldelt of the Ministerial lnI8tlIII a asoclatlon nH nHlocaton asocIntl0fl
soclatlon did not attend Itend the meeting meetingbut meetnc meetncbut
but locaton has come out In 11 an Interview as asopposed nsoposed asopioBetI
to prohibition He nays the thesaloon theAn thesaloon
opposed prohibiton Ia t
saloon An oposed loon Is PO deeply iiroundol In Moon Amerlcan Alnrl Alnrlcnn Mooncan
can life that tha It Is a 1 > part of our social socialsyBtcm loclnl loclnllylem socialsystem
system lte A lame number of if the lhl I people peoplemake peoplemnke eorIemake
make lylem It their club cub Regulation neuln lon U I the thebeet thebpFt thshept
beet bpFt that can cal be done with wih itla the saloon saloonproblem Baloonproblem naloonluoblem
problem problemContracts luoblemContracts
7 h I IContrncts
Contracts have already been closed for forthe forthe II IIthe
the erection erecton of a beet sugar factory at atShelby ntShelby atShoiby
Shelby lad Ten thousand thoulanl acres of ofland ofland
land la ndhno have Inl been purchased pur hnsellanl and switches switchesiri swiches swichesfr I
iri > bclnif bflnl mil ltt In by ly the Ib railroads mlroals Tho Thofactory Thotactary Thefactory
fr factory will I be ready read In time tme for this thisyears thiscaVE
years caVE a1 orpa erp wl It I will wi be e able to to produce produce1WCOO producel produce1o000 I
1WCOO l COO pounds Wsugar dally daly employ employing mployng niplOY1ng ¬
ing ng from tror 200 OO to 300 30 OO men menKlnK mel melnJ1
0 KlnK nJ1 Kdwanl ElwnrihGoIig OoliiK nllJ to normally normallyLondon GI1rln GI1rlnLond sornmatiyLondon
London Lond n Feb J eb 19Kliiff aIllg Edward E < wnrd will willstart wi wlilstart
start stlrt for Germany on board the royal roynlyacht royulracht royalyacht
yacht Victoria Vlctorll and nl1 Albert tc visit his hissister hissister hissister
sister the dowagerempress dowager empres Frederick FrederickHis Frederck FrederckIls
His Ils majestys stay sta In Germany Germlny will willprobably wi willprobably
probably be ht very brief briefSpanish brletRpanlsh brIefHitanisti
Spanish Ministerial lnltrrlnl CIHH CIHHMadrid CIIHIRMndrld CrINISMadrid
Madrid Feb 19 19The The Liberal Itherl today todaypublishes totay totaypubsh todaypubhishs
publishes s a statement stnlcmentmndu made by Senor ScnorSagnsta SenorSaglMtn SenorSagasta
Sagnsta SaglMtn the liberal Jhernl leader who said saidSenor sall sallSenor saidSenor
Senor Sllvelln 81veln the conservative COnferate leader leadercannot leadereanlot leadercannot
cannot eanlot solve the crisis criIs and Ind his advent adventto ndent ndentto
to power would only create trouble troubleThe troublee troubleThe
The e best solution Boluton according to Senor ScnorSagastn SenorSaKntn SenorSagasta
Sagastn Is the retention retelton of Gun Azcar AzcarrnRii A1cnr A1cnrraga Ancarraga
raga as premier its lS ho can an count on the thesupport theSUIJport thesUppO5t
support of the minorities minoritiesThe minorites minoritesThe
The question luefton of the religious relgious orders ordersIn oriers oriersIn
In Spain can Senor Sagasta Saglta says SIS be besolved beBolvei besolved
solved Bolvei without wihout drastic drlstc measures measuresStill melsures melsuresSII measuresStill
Still SII FollmvliiK PolnwJn Dowel DowelLondon newctr IcwetLondon
London r nlon Feb I eb 10 19Lort 19LorU Lord1 Kitchener Kitchenercominonderlnchlef Imcller Imcllercommnnderlnchle lCitc1nercominanderlnchlef
British Britishforces Britishforces
cominonderlnchlef of the lrtsh lrtshtorcea
forces In South Africa Atrca tolesraphlijR tolesraphlijRfrom teleJrphIJ
from Pretoria to the war wlr olllce olce under underdate underd underslate
date d e of If February 18 says saysDewct saysDewet nysDewet
Dewet Is reported still stll0vlng moving north northand 10rth 10rthInd northnod I
and IB Ho Hoprobably HoJobabl lIeProbablY
Ind now nw west est of Hopetown Joletown
probably Jobabl will wi double back to t the south southwest southwfst southrest ¬
west wfst The troops are or prepard prepared for this thisA
A train was derailed dornled between betweenVereenlng betweenereenlng betweenereening
Vereenlng and Johannesburg Johlnnesburg this thismorning thll thismorning
morning hut the floors were driven off offbefore o obetore oftbefore
before they secured much
Hail Iml n Hard Inlll Voyage VoyageQuecnstown VoyageQUcenBtovn onc oncQueenstown
Quecnstown Feb l eb 19 19Thc The British Drltlslisteamer Drllsh Drllshltelmer Britishsteamer
steamer ltelmer Lord Lrd Kelvin from trm New Or Orleans Orlenns OrleaoaJanunry ¬
leans leaoaJanunry Jnnunry 10 via vII Norfolk January
24 for Hamburg has put Into Queens Queenstown Queenstown Queenstown
town and ane reports having had n 1 fearful fearfulvoyage teartulvoyage fearfulVoyage
voyage She experienced expelencell terrlflu easter ¬
ly gales fifteen teen days and her coal sup ¬
ply became beclme exhausted chauted nnl and she Ihe wag 1
forced torM f ° flCtt to burn portions pottons of her cargo cargofor cnnotor cargoor
for or several days n s Almost throughout thrughou t
the voyage the weather was aB the worst worstever wort wortever sorstever
ever experienced Xpenencel by all al on board boardHcllof bonldIelcr boardItellef
Hcllof Ielcr Parly Taking Tnklnl Out Olt Hodlcs HodlcsSeattle itomhiesSeattle Olcs OlcsSentle
Seattle Sentle Wash Wnh Feb 19A special to
the Times Time from Cumberland CUlb rland B C Csoys C83S CSals
soys soysThe SalsIhe
The he relief relct party began taking out
Loleo bodies from rein the mines here this morn
Ing At midnight when tho shift shi came cameup cnmeup cameup
up they the reported d having found the coat coatof COlt COltot coatof
of Dan Mclnnes torn In two nnd at 9 9n 9n 9a
n m today his remains were found to topother toether toether
ether with wih those of a Japanese In the
first Irst workings of No 0 reached from
No C mine mineFrom mineFrom mineFrom trm
From their position positon It Is believed beleell tho thomen thomen theanon
men were killed kied Instantly Instanty and as I they
wero furthest from trm the scene scen of the theexplosion theexplosion timeOXphoIon
explosion It I Is also believed beleved that nil
the others were killed kied without warning warningCall arnln8 arnln8Cnl al
Call Cnl Air flank Statement StatementWashington StatementWashIng StatcnieiitWashIngton
Washington lon Feb 19 19The The controller controllerof
of the currency currncy this thlf morning morln contrler contrlerat Issued a acall C acall
call cl for the condition cOldltOI of national natonnl banks bankson lanks lankson
on February Febrlary 5 5Searching 6Scnrchlnj 5Henrehilog
Searching Scnrchlnj fbr Dend 1enll noiiel BodiesNew Bodies BodiesNew
New rm Haven Iaven Conn Feb Feb 19 19Thf 19Th 19Thsearch Tho Thosenrch
search ICrh for bodies In the ruins of the theold theold theold
old Judson Packing house on Canal Canalstreet CannlIlrlet Canalstreet
street Ilrlet which was burned shortly after aftermidnight nier niermldnlghl aftermidnight
midnight was continued contnue1 for hours after nCer
the flames oml were extinguished etnlulshed resulting rCultn
In the definite knowledge knowledle that the fqur fqurnrtmon Qur
firemen fr mQn whose mangled manlled bodies bdies wero weropulled wer weoptIlle
pulled pUl ell from under tho debris of the
fallen lalen wall wal while whie the tIre frf was 08 In Inprogrtss Inprortss Inprogress
progress prortss were the only victims victms These
firemen fremn were wereCaptain wereCaptnln wereCaptain
Captain Joseph Condren Condren
Wm m Itcllly
J ly
Pred Hale HaleFrank HaleFmnk haleFrank
Frank Williams Wllnms
James JnnJesPowel Powell fireman reman ha ha has n com compound cor cornpound ¬
pound fracture trcture of a leg tg nnd Louis LuIs
Coates Coae Is also alo suffering Ruternl from trm a fractured
leg Ie It Is i believed blne that both bth will wi re recover reo reocoer recover ¬
cover coverThe coerThe coverrho
ISOO The property lot lOl will wi amount amoult to
TUESDAY rjY sn YI J7EBUUAEY I ntUA1 2 10 191001 1901 10 SALT S LAKE JJ CITY UTAH ur I NUMIlEtt Y lB l 77 I
Impressive I and Largely Attended AttendedServices Atended AtendedServices AttondedServices
Services at It the Tabernacle TabernacleTRIBUTES T TabernacleTRIBUTES aber3clc aber3clcrrJUnUlES
Spender SIICnlCr Refer efcr In 11 Ivnriioit Uarlcil uud Uld Hlo Hloiii mo moIlela fllo1iIeIit
iii Ilela 1iIeIit t 10111 Term to IIUD IIU II Is UctuI ctul clulfoaull clulfoaullUeod Mfoaucl MfoauclUecdil IIlo sud sud1eei
Uecdil Ueod Notable Curter CurfcrLowering CurterLwering CareerLowering
Lowering Lwering clouds clouts a 1 heavy downpour downpourof
of rain lar larQe 1are < e crowds and Ind Impressive Impressiveceremonies impressiveceremnommies vo voceremonies
ceremonies at lt the Tabernacle character characterized eharuelerIzed eharactermed ¬
ized the occasion of the funeral tunerl of the thelate tholato thelate
late Dr Karl 0 Maeser the father fatherof
of Church Education Bluelton In Utah this af afternoon utteroon ufternoon ¬
ternoon ternoonThe teroon ternoonThe
The he services ervlcl8 notwithstanding notwlhstnndlng the fact fivotthat tnetthnt factthat
that the weather was exceedingly exeecclnll un unpropitious unpropItous UnIropitlous
propitious propItous were ere very Ver er numerously numeroull at attended uttended attended ¬
tended Not only tumi > wan 01 this thtscly city large largely ¬
ly I represented rel1e ented In the persons of former ottormertrlend formerfriends formerfriends
friends and students of the lie deceased deceasedhut deClusec lecrasellbut
but both of these elements clementI came ca le from fromtowns trm trmtowns fromtowns
towns far remote relole from tlOI the capital for forthe torthe or ortue
the purpose pJtJose of paying pu lng the last lusl tribute tributeof trlJto trlJtoat
of respect to the Ut honored and nndlustrious nndlustriousdead Illustrious Illustriousdeud illustriousdead
dead Among 1011 those In II attendance ntenlaneo wcro wcroChurch weroChurch vcroChurch
Church leaders many malY well wel known edu educators educators edocators ¬
cators both In and out of the Church Churchschools Churchehools Chutehschools
schools and academies The Sunday Sundayschools Suneny Suneny8chools Sundayschools
schools too were likewise Jkewlse largely rep represented representel repaesented ¬
resented resentel The Th occasion occulion appeared to tobu toI tob
bu I b one aie of unusual sadness notwith notwithstanding not mmottrithstanding wih wihstnnlng ¬
standing stnnlng the fact that tlt Dr Maeser lIoeser had hadBono hatlIono hindgone
Bono Iono down to the grave full tul of years yearsand yeurunt yearsiommih
and unt honor Each l ach apparently 1111arcnty keenly keenlysenced keentysenced keenlysemwod
senced the fact tlct act that he or she had lost losta
a 1 strong stron personal friend and coun counselor counselor counscion ¬
selor selorAt selorAt scionAt
At 2 oclock the auditorium nudlorlum of the thegreat thegreat hoegreat
great building luldlng was well wal Iiiled ied by I sym sympathizing symIHthl synpttliizlimg ¬
pathizing IHthl lng friends ami 111 acquaintances ucuualntanoeswho aClllalntnnceB aClllalntnnceBwho
who wished wl hcd to avail Ivnl themselves themtchcs of the thelast th thlast lanlast
last earthly opportunity oJPortullt to do honor to tothe totho tolie
the man Iln who was universally universaly loved lovld ana anarespected Inl rindresIjecteil
respected ftlJfctc1 by the whole wh le community communityamong communityIIIUlg conimulmaltytIiilong
among IIIUlg whom he lived Jved Inn us early earlyah IUly IUlyII
ah II one oclock peoplebegan IJeoJ1 leulilo tegan tan to vund vundtheir Un1their ml
their way wa through throulh the drizzling drlzzlnl ruin ruinand tln tlnIn1 rainand
and In1 mud bespatered bespltelcd streets stfcts to the themeutlng theleetng timemeeting
meeting leetng place The Inside of the build buildIns buid buidIni buIldlog
Ins was ls divided 11lded Into suctions s as fol folMws talIt follaws
laws It The llrst IrBt thtei rows of scats scatswere sots sotsWere seatsttere
were reserved for the th Immediate 1lleJhte rela relatives Iela Ielathes re1atics ¬
tics and ald mourners of the deceased deceasedNext deceasedNext d dNext
Next provIsIon was made for the stu students students stumlentu ¬
dents and faculty taculy of the JJrlgham JJrlghamYoung Jrlghnm JrlghnmYoung 3righamYoung
Young Academy cn em then cams eimo the Lit Litterdny at atterday t tterM
terM Saints College CDlege attendants atendanl and andInthe nndIn andIn
Inthe In tho rear of there groups all ni a other otherChurch otherhureh 013CCChurch
Church oriianlrntlon orlanlrtol bodlestfecuplecf bodlestfecuplecfscats hodtcl bodies tCcujiietl tCcujiietls c
scats s ats and the sides and cast clst end uj of ofthe atthe ofthe
the hall hnl were given over to the th general generalpublic gel getoraipublic ral ralpublc
public publicThe publc publicThe
The great Ireat organ and the aevpml s v r1 pul pulpits pu1 pialpits ¬
pits pis were draped In white whie betokening betokeningthe
the beautiful hcauttul character of the great greatman greatman reat reatmln
man mln whose remains reposed In nrrele nrreleganl ar air etc cleg etcgaol
ganl g nt white hl casket on a 1 stand Just In Infront 11 Infi
front frolt fi omst of the main elevations occupied occupiedby cCUplcl
by b the authorities luthorHes of the Church ChurchA Churchtel
A few tel minutes before the thetime thctte thethriii
time tte announced Innouncell for the com commencement commencement cornmencemnent ¬
mencement of the exercises the thebody theboe thebody
body boe of the venerable dead Ical exercseB was borne borneInto bore boreInto borneinto
Into the tie largo l1te room through one of the thenorth tho10rth th thmiortli
north 10rth doors Ioor by the following tolowln brethren brethrenacting hrrthrennctng brethrenacting
acting nctng as pall 1 bearers belrrs Apostles postes Antlion AntlionII
II Lund and Itudger Clawson and El Elders JIderl Flder ¬
ders derl David Davll McKenzle lo1elII George lleynolds lleynoldsL Henols HenolsI
L I John Nuttnll utnl James Jures Sharp Levi 14vl W WUlchards Wlehards V VItichiards
Ulchards lehards tutu 111 George Geor H I Hrlmlmll Brimhal Tha ThaImmediate rhaInlledlnte Iliai0000Iilate
Immediate Inlledlnte relatives relates followed tolowed the re remains remaIns remains ¬
mains of the deceasednnd to mvect nod nndappropriate al11 al11appropriate nodappropriate
appropriate strains Itralns of music hooting lloatlngout 10ltng 10ltngout hootingout
out over the audience from tlom tho great greatorgan Gleat GleatOgan greatoagnn
organ Ogan the funeral funerl procession inarched inarchedInto nlurehel ilarchedInto
Into the center of the building buldlnr and andplaced andplacPll antiplaces
placed the earthly remains retulls of the es esteemed el enteemneti ¬
teemed doctor upon the stand prepared preparedfor
for them At this thi juncture the huge hugsconjregntlon hugeconlregnton hugecon4lncgntlon
conjregntlon conlregnton arose ar e en el masse out ou of re respect repct nospect ¬
spect of tha great grelt man whom 1100 In life lifethey lte lifetime
they the loved 10vli po well wel and nm thus tll remained remaineduntil remalnl1 remalnl1unti remaineduntil
until unti th tn body was 11 put In Its 18 proper properplace properplaco properlilace
place wlfcn wlel they resumed lelutel their scats scatsOne SNItsOne seatsOne
One of the photographers of the city cty
then took a l lashlight Jnshlght photograph photolr3ph of ofthe atthe ofthe
the western part of the building Imldlng In Including II includlmag ¬
cluding cudllg the floral loral offerings oferlngf and nnl drap drapIngs dropIngs draplags
Ings Flowers In great profusion protuslol In
appropriate npproprllte designs deslgls and bearing sug suggestive su suge8tvo auggestivo ¬
gestive ge8tvo mottoes 10ttoes emulative emulatvc of the noble noblecharacter noblecharncter noblecharacter
character of Dr Muescr covered the thecasket thecasket hascasket
casket anti the large laf e table upon Ul101 which whichIt whichI
I It reposed reposedThe reposedTho reposedThe
The three stands were ere filled led with the thegeneral thegeneml thegeneral
general anti nn local authorities Iulhorles of the theChutch theChuth lieChmutch
Chutch Chuth with wih President George Q Can Cannon Cannon Cannon ¬
non presiding The Tabernacle Tlbelnele choir choirwas choirwas choirVam
was Vam out In force torro and the sweet music musicrendered musIcrenderel musicrendered
rendered renderel by them and the organ orgln never neverseemed neverseemed neverseemed
seemed sweeter or more profund protuluJ A Asolemnity Asolemniy Asolemnity
solemnity solemniy pervaded the great hall hll and nndhe andthe andthe
the Impressive Inpresle services seemed to flt fltIngly nttns flttingly
tingly tns testify test to the lie many man virtues vlltucs of ofthe otthe ofthe
the deceased deceasedPresident decensec decensethPresident
President Cannon announced annOUIlC the com commencement commlncement cornmencernent ¬
mencement of the exercises by b the thechoir Ihl timchoir
choir and audience nullence arising arlsln and jointly jointlypinging Jointy JointyIlngll jointlysinging
pinging Ilngll the Sunday school song lang Veary Vearynot pnn pnnnot earyroot
not which whih truthfully truthtul characterized charcterled the theilcasant timepheasant I Iplel9
pheasant plel9 nt nnd appreciated labors of Dr DrMacsor DrMoeser DrMnemser
Macsor while whie engaged In educational educationaland educltonal educltonalnnd
and Church work among Imong his people peopleOWNING lcople lcopleOl leopieOPENING
Apostle Apostl George Teasdale Tenldnle offered oferid up
the opening prayer He thanked God Godor Ooe Godfor
for or the privilege prlvllge the Lnttcrdny lterdny Saints Saintsmd SnlntKhnd Ialntshad
md In associating nssolntng with wih such fuch A I good goodand coal coaland gootiand
and noble man as 19 the departed deparle Ho Hotrayed 10 10praed lieprayed
prayed the lx Lord > rd to comfort com tort tho fain fnmly Ilm fainfly
ly 1 anti nnl relatives reJlts nnd enable them to toicar tohear tohear
hear icar up under unler the Immediate Immelllte loss los they the thehnd
hail sustained sustainedFollowing sustaInedFolowIng sustainedFohlowingthe > I
Following FolowIng Fohlowingthe the choir most beautifully beautifullyam Leauttuly LeauttulyInA
InA sang am the typical Lattcrdiy IAterd Saint Saintiyinn
iyinn hyrln 0 My f Father the spirit of ofvhlch orwhich ofwhich
which caused the large assemblage a selnhlRle to tonore tomore tomoore
more fully tuly appreciate the occasion occa311 OCeai in 1 1ore be >
tore ore them The two songs sung were wereavorltes
favorites laorle of the humble yet great SUII man manvhose mnnwhole manwhose
whose whole funeral was being beln held heldELDElt heldEDEn heldELDER
Elder Fler der William WIlam Budge Uudle of lt the Hear enr
lake Lke Stake who wan the Instrument In
the he hands of God of brh11lnglr urlnulnROr Maeser
Into the Church hurh wag the first speaker
Irlt pelker
1 lie te expressed cprsed profound protojndlorro sorrow In being
ailed cnlCI upon to part with lh his life lte long
friend and brother He le paid however hoeerrother olg
Brother Macscrs life Itf had borne such 8tch
good fruit that we all could
food al say lay well wellone
don lone one good go and faithful tnlhtul servant lenant enter enternto
Into Inlothe the joy JOYal of thy Lord lJr The speaker
hen narrated narated the circumstances con conornlng concernlng eoncerning
ornlng the acceptance of the Gospel by
Ur r llneker l ne aeer er His 19 desire de lrJ to Ooslle learn ler the thoruth thl
truth were aroused aoused by h some 000 opposing opposlnatclcs opposinarticles
articles atclcs that appeared nlpeltd In the press prn pr at
that time tme The deceased deen 11 wrote wrte to Pres
Ident Hlchards Hchrudl asking for Information Informationregarding InformatIonregarding
Intormaton Intormatonrgnrdlnl
regarding rgnrdlnl the Latterday Saint and
Saint fnd
Apostle Apo te Richards nchard sent Eider Elde nudge BUlne to toee tosee
see ee Brother rther Maescr Iae er and teach him the
Gospel If I the seeker Ieker after truth trtb de ¬
Ired It I Elder Eller lludgo found Dr Mite Mucwr Miteser IO IOI
wr I In charge of u I large government governmentschool iove1tent iove1tentcholl governmentcliol
school choll at that tha time tle but he was W a 1 very veryworthy veryI
I worthy man President 1le hlent Iludge Bulte took up uphis uphiM uphIs
his residence with wih Brother hirotherMiseser Maeser Mleser In II or order orl0r ortier
tier to toleam learn the German Oerul language hlunge thus thushaving thusluwJIj thuslmavimmg
having l0r luwJIj an excellent cxeelenl opportunity oportunl to toteach toteuch toteach
teach the Gospel Go lel to this venerable man manHe Ill samoahIo
He paid the speaker seemed sQelcl hun hungry hungry bungry ¬
gry le nnd 11101no11 FIII almost famishing tlml hlng for the truth truthhenco truthhence truthhence
hence received recived nil 11 tho truths of If the thsGospel th thG08101 theGospel
Gospel G08101 ns a fast no at they were wer unfolded unfoldedto
to him himSoon himSOOI buttSoomi
Soon SOOI after Dr Maescrs Mlses acquaintance acquaintancewith acqunlntnncewih
with tho afer principles of if the Gospel ho horequested hurequcst1 herequested
requested wih baptism boplsl ind under unlel coer of ofdarkness ofd ofdarkness
darkness d knes of night because 1ecU e of oppressive oppressivelaws opresslv8Inws
laws Inws about the 14th of October OctlIJcr lSx lSxhe lShblie S5Ghe >
he was Immersed In the river tflb = Ib by byElder byEhler by1ider
Elder Budge Bulge On returning rl1turnlnl home tho thodoctor thodoclor thedoctor
doctor and Ind alit Apostle A oslo lllchnrds lchnr both en enjoyed el enjoyed ¬
joyed tho gift gir of tongues arid though thoughthey thoulh thoulhthey thoughthey
they both were of different IICernt nationalities nationalitiesnnd nalonalles nalonallesnnd
nnd were unable to converse COWtK8 undcT undcTntnndlngly unhftanlln undimatandingly
ntnndlngly ly before they on 01 this occa occasion ocrusian oceasian ¬
sian ftanlln understood underltol each nh other perfectly perfectlyPresident pertectlyIreshlent perfectlylresltient
President Budge paid all a high hlEh tribute tributeto I Ito
to Dr Macsers aeBers Integrity Integriy nobility nobity and andworthiness andworhuiiess I Iworlhlncs
worthiness I
Pr J M Tanner nnner then addressed nddresscd the thecongregation therngrcgaton thecnngregmition
congregation rngrcgaton He le said flld choice qualities qualitiesof quai tcs tcsot
of tho venerable educator whose re remains rt rtmain remaIns ¬
mains were before the people stood out outIn oUtIn otitIii
In bold relief among the Saints of Zion ZionI ZionIf Ion IonIf
If n man mln rele can enjoy eljO1 one talent above aboveanother Ihoo Ihoonnother abovennother
nnother said Illel Dr Tanner anlr Brother BrotherMaeser Brotherlaeser BrotherMacser
Maeser laeser certainly possessed pO Pessei the faculty facultyof tucult
of successfully scccpstul teaching and Inspiring Inspiringthe IIPIJlrlng IIPIJlrlngthe
the youth outh of Hldn Zl n Said he was ft ftstudent 1 1Itudcnt astudent
student Itudcnt of Brother MneserH Mneserl dad had Imdknown 11d 11dknown hadknown
known him for twentylive twentyIVe years eIP The Thespeaker TheApeaker Thespeaker
speaker said sll he had heard him express expresshimself eXIJreashlmHclf expresshimself
himself as to how he would ould like lke to tofrom pnss pnssfrom pRSStrom
from this thll mortal existence exl tence and Ine ro It Itwas ItIS ItvflB
was IS accorded Iccorded him Elder Biler Tanner eu eulogized eU10glze1 euloglzed ¬ I
logized the hi grout rNIl and ald noble 10bio character characterof
of the deceased deceasedDTI
Dr James B Talmage Tllmngo followed toluwod Said Saidlie Sal1he Saidlie
lie A great grllt man mnnls Is gone Ione and the pco pcopie peo1le PC PCPie
pie 1le mourn yet et our sorrow AOrrO la sanctified sanctifiedby eancUet
by b thankfulness thlnkfulmfs for having been beenblessed beenblessed een eenble8
ble8 blessed I d by the the18solalol lie association Of t such lueh a anoble anoble anoble
noble spirit 1lrlt The Tht speaker said ltt he was waspeculiarly WIR WIRJlcularl vashleCUhlflriY
peculiarly Jlcularl adapted idaptcd to to tho Important Importantwoik Importantwork importantonk
work onk his mission mision on oncurth earth TcompwseJ TcompwseJand tCOlpnued tCOlpnuedand
and how well wel he has succeeded lucceder lot the thethousands thethiltSlnd8 timetlibolsanthn
thousands thiltSlnd8 among nmolg Israel lHral1 testify tcsttr I Ialso Ialso 1nlsi
also said slil Dr Talmago Tllmlo have hlvo heard heardthe hpardthe laandthe
the deceased dCeelKI1 say he wished tp t die BUT BUTrounded Kurrunrtd surrotondtI
rounded runrtd by b his hi family tnmly nnd In the tlp btr btrnrtift ht litrness
ness neHf which was wal granted Irtnter him He 1 loft lofthis Ittt Ittthla lefthis
his olllce oUce lust Thursday TIulsl evening eveninghaving onnll ovcnlmnhaying
having a large number lumber o of J papors lupers await awaiting awai ottnitIng ¬
ing In his hit signature on 01 te Jie day day following followingWould tolowlm tolowlmWould followingWotmid
Would you rear n 1 monument 10nUlent to his hismemory hIsmemor hismemory
memory memor If I you YOI would w ll pcipetunt p < rpltunt the thegreat thegreat thegreat
great work he linn done Said tho thospeaker tholfeller timespeaker
speaker lfeller Ol I almost envy tho KTIOII KTIOIIpassing KI dous douspa rlouspassini
passing pa Ing from roam this world orld of our olr beloved belovedbrotherhut heloehrotherhut beloyctibrothierbtmt
brotherhut he was wanted on 1 the other otherside otherHide otherSiIt
side and Ind thero I doubt 10ubt not he wi will be beJust beju bejiit
Just ju t us 18 active acte acteIYlIIUlsl activefly
By IYlIIUlsl request Prof Prto McClcllan lcClelnn rendered renderedon
on the great grel nrgin a German piece pIc o omuslc ot otmuiHc ofmusic
music which Dr Maesor Mne er was ns very fond foniof tonl fondof
of In his lifetime letme I It won 1 enjoyed My Mytho ly lythe bythe
the vast congregation congrege ton and was 11 heaven heavenly ¬
ly I In II Its character characterPKESIDKNT character1ESID character1tES1D1T
Elder Eher George OOOIC II I Bhlmhall Bhlmhll president presidentof
of tho Briglmm Irigl11 Young Younl academy a lcel was wilscalled wasCIINI tvttacalled
CIINI called upon and paid u 1 glorious Ilotlous tribute tributeof trlmle trlmleot rihiuteof
of the thedeptrai departed Prof llo IJrIhall Brmhnl was wasalso wal wasiaso
also one of Brother Matters I lers early earlystudents earlystudenLa arl arltudents
students lit slId tho trlcnds of the thedeceased thedellseel thedeceased
deceased was numbered by b legion legionWhnt legionhat legionWlmat
Whnt hat Is l sorrow to us UI In parting with withthis wih wihthIs withlila
this our brother Is Joy vn n the other othurside othersIde otherside
side by those who there there1lcome wjlcome him himcard himad hintsa1d
card tho ho profcKsoj proteHIIf SW Wf loved 1011 Dr DrMnesor DrIocser Drtaeser
Mnesor said s3ll he but VBnever never love lovehim loehim lovehim
him OH IS he loved us His Is life lte Was Wasmade Wasmache ns nsmndehnpl
made mndehnpl happy by his performing everj everjduty ecr cterduty i i11ut
duty 11ut lie Inspired InsJJrlI us with wih his motto mottoJxird moto mottoLord I
lArd whatever whnttyer I have to do at this thishour thishour thishour
hour help me to accomplish acolJlsh It II Also Alsoto
to the boys ho would Iould say sn with wih great greatforce trcnt trcnttorce greatforce
force Boys o s dont he scrubs and what whatever whntover ttimatever ¬
ever you do maintain montlin your honor for forHome lorHome forCaine
Home time tme In your life lte you 01 will wi come cometo cOle cOleto comaeto
to forks In the mail rCNI and ever pray IJr ira that thatyou thntou thatyou
you ou may In such times Ures choose to secure secureGod scureOod
Elder Brlmhall Brlmhal said the foundation tounlnton of ofthe otthe ofthe
the educational lucltonll superstructure sUcr trlcture Brother BrotherMarscr BrotherMarser hirotherMacser
Marscr had hal laid wan 1IS broad brol11 enough enolgh to tobear tobear tobear
bear the building to be erected thereon thereonHe
He then lieu read a poem written writen by y Ml 1Iss 1IssAnnie Iiss IissAnnie s sAnnie
Annie Pike u student of the academy academyWhich Icadcl academyWhich
Which Whlcl fittingly lnllr portrayed JurtlIel tho loving lovingcharacter lovlnl lovingcharacter
character chaleter of till tl departed teacher teacherApostle teucler teuclerostlo toucherAPostle
Apostle ostlo Heed Smoot one of Dr Ir Mae MaeKcrn Naesens Iae IaeRerA
Kcrn earliest earlestlu pupils pls arore OPI and a ni spoke eu euloglstlcnlly culoglstcnl enlogistIcally
logistIcally loglstcnl of the groat Jrelt man mal he rever reverenced fer ferOlellle reteremmcOd ¬
enced Olellle He stated that he could coul heartily heartilyendorse hety hetyendore hieamtiiyendorse
endorse endore all al that had hld be len been < > n said Hall Broth Brother lrth lrther ¬
er lfaeper Maepcr was strong slons In humility hUnlt nnd nndenergotlo nndencleto andenergetic
energetic encleto in the service lenke of God GodThe Gol GodTime
The he llrst trlt thought that came Into my m
mind aaid I d the speaker upon Ulol hear hearing hearIn heariamg ¬
ing In of It Brother Mncfern MIer Ceath pat was waswhat wnswhlt waswhat
what whlt a great Jlcat and happy haJP meeting meetnj there therewill therewi theretsiil
will wi be on the othr side I believe bsllevethe b believetImernemimor leve levethemelof
the themelof tImernemimor memory of this great Irral man mln will wi net never n neter
er rile die out among Imolg this people IH 111e ns nslong long as aseducation nscducnlon aseducation
education cducnlon Is I dslr Ilslrr tlesird < l tectllled teptnCI the thespeaker thepeaker tie tiespeaker
speaker lie le has bqqueathed a 1 testi testimony test testimony ¬
mony to toeer every Suninv SunII school child chid In In2lpn InZipn inIpn
2lpn Ipn that God liven Jve emphatically emphltcnly de declared decJareel dedared ¬
dared Elder 1lder Smooth SmoothApustlf SmoothAIiUStl moothAIJust
Apustlf AIJust ltebP JJebpr J Grant followed rol 0 11 and andsaid andslld amidsaid
said slld that Brothel Irotlel Mn Mnser IIlr r according Rccorlng to tohis tohis tolain
his desiro eslt had certainly clrtRlnl died IIId with wll the theharness thehnrnes timeharness
harness on Oi Said tnld h hp < > The Sunday SundaySchool Spnll SpndnSchool
School Union Board BOlrdlllda held a meeting meetng last lastThursday InstTburda lastThursday
Thursday Tburda and In the th absence Ibpence of o the thegeneral theenerl thegeneral
general enerl superintendent nt Brother Maeser Maeserpresided Maeserpresided feperpresided
presided Elder JdH Crant rant said he loved lovedBrother loellIrolher lovedBrother
Brother Irolher Maeser 1Ie8Cr and felt t1 to thank God Godfor Godtor Godfor
for hh hi acquaintance acqunlntnlce Asked God GOl to tobless tobieRs tobless
bless thefamily thefamilyApostle thetaml time family familyApostle
Apostle Aposte Lund said FIII that thnt last Ilst week weekBrother weekBrther tseekBrother
Brother Brther Maeser IIIBer fame In to tohis tohis tohis
his olllce olce nnd said flIIJ he 11 would woul not nt nttend ntte attend
tend te R A certain board bOlrJ meeting meelng that thatevening thatevening thatevenimig
evening hut that tnt h would be present presentnt prCent prCentnt
nt the next meeting meetng whlth were the tholast thl theInst
last words he hI heard fall tal from the noble noblelips nbll noblelips
lips IIs of the deceased He testllled telled to tothe tothe to tothe
the sterling sterlng qualities uaUt and 11 noble char character charncter charactor ¬
actor of the delmrleil and 111 paid 11111 he was wasthe wasthp wastimo
the peer of any Iny odu Ihl > itt ttl In II the land landPresident InnlLPresident hamuhlresident
President Jrlr George Georrp Q l tnnnan Iannon hen ad addressed nl111HPll alolresseib ¬
dressed 111HPll the vast ut nmemlily nSlllhb The vest venerable vesterable 1 ¬
erable erhle president snt satd nld < l le I e bad known the thedeceased theIfccllcel thedeceased
deceased Ifccllcel since IlnC 1S5S He I was wa a great greatman grentmal greatmaim
man mal said Id President Presllpnt annon he had hadan hlll hlllnn loadan
an overwhelming overwhelnlns l 10 In f fr < children chidrn and andI
I have looked around nroull to see Fe where wherl wo wocould WOcoull wecould
could coull Ret et a man nRI t > succeed pUleed Brother BrotherMnesor Irothlr Irothlrfnepr BrotherMnesor
Mnesor and It I coined n IA as though It Itwas Itwas Itwon
was Impossible Imllosllle ne but bu I believe beIlnI God Gol will willInspire wt tvilllimapine
ISO In like manner mannerThe mannerTime
Inspire luplre some one vn > 11 lke Innllr InnllrThe
The speaker wild that thlt so many nn Rood Roodthings food gootlthIngs
things thlngf had been fald id of Brother Macscr Macscrand Maeseranti fleFer fleFerani
and ani so o wHI wll said sall that nil ni had boon sat fntlified s satlifled t tlilt
lified lilt Dr Mop MIIG Moplearned w 1 ° r c clearned rlearnell
learned yet It vn humbl anti nnl President PresidentCannon Ireldfnt IreldfntCannon IresidentCannon
Cannon hoped hOle the people of Zion would wouldstrive wotiItlstrive 0111 0111ftrle
strive ftrle hard to oniulnn olllul his mont mOlt worthy worthylife ot h hlte
life lte and labors laborsThe InborThe laborsThe
The choir thrn rendered rpnlerCI the thehymn thehyml timeimynmmi
hymn hyml Best nst r t wcnry wenr soul soulwhich soulwhich soulschichi
which appropriately closed the exer exernltes exerclre oxenclees
nltes of the memorable mpmorhlp funeral tunplleIp tunplleIpot servIces senIconof
of a truly beloved bloPI man mln Elder Francis FrancisM Francll
M f Lyman pronounced hue benediction benedictionThe b nedlcton nedlctonThe
The funeral prorefclnn Irore plnl formed on onWest onWest n nWest
West Temple sireS Air which wan made madeup malt madeUI
up of n I line of carriagos several seerll block blockIn lJok lJokIn blocksin
In length lel th lne Col 01 ol John Q Cannon lnnon had hadcharge hallchlroe hadcharge
charge chlroe of the movement ol the funeral funeralcortege runeralcorte funeralcortege
cortege cortegeStreet corte corteStrlpt cortegeStreet
Street Strlpt cam ClrR were re nl 0110 ahso o In readiness tadlnu nt ntthe ntthe attime
and took nil tlitwo tlitwowho thio thiowho
the Now N corner conr Inll ni 11 11who
who had not other conveyances oncancel and anddesired nnddeslrII amiddesired
desired to co 10 to the city < t cemetery cemelet where whereInterment wher tvhereInterment
Interment Intermlnt took tok place placeHESOMJTIOXS placemSOUTIOXS placeI1ESOIUT1ONSOP
Faculty of limo 111 Latterdny lnUer 11 day Saints RaltHsCollPKO R41111 R41111CoJrI SaintsCllego
CollPKO CoJrI Met Tills Til Morning MorningAt nrnlnr
At t n special meeting rletlnj of the faculty facultyof tacultr
of the L 1 D S College Cole held this morn mornIng mornIng morntag
Ing the following CoJOI resolutions reloluton of WbuU tbut
to the character and life lto of the lute luteKnrl luwlCarl latehan
han 0 Maescr were ere unanimously unanimouslypassed unnlmousJ unnlmousJIlassed unanImouslyliasstd
passed passedWhereas IlassedWhereas liasstdWhereas
Whereas It I hath pleased Almighty Imllhty
God to toko unto Himself Umclt our beloved belovedfellowteacher belovedtelowtencher belovedfellowteacher
fellowteacher telowtencher and nlfl superintendent uperlnteldNlt Dr DrKnrl Ir IrICnl1 DriCari
Knrl ICnl1 0 Maeiter MnHerj and andWhereas anderrl amidMhoreas
Whereas errl each olch ono ot us experiences experiencesIn eXl1crltlces eXl1crltlcesIn
In the departure deplrtur of thin thll noble nnd In1 pure purespirit Iluresplnt iurespirit
spirit a Illerlnl personal bereavement berln melt like lke unto untothnt untothlt untottit
thnt thlt which U II felt nt It the loss of moot membent 011 moottiers
bent tH of our 01 r own fnmllleu tamle mini amiWhereas nnlWhorellA miniWhereas
Whereas the long 10lg yean yeat of efficient efficientnml clclent clclentnnll etflcientant
ant devoted service rendered rendled by b our ourvenerable ourvenemLle ourvenerable
venerable leader lealer to the th cause of educa education educaion ¬
o euca eucation
tion In pur our midst have endeared enenrd omm leareti to us ushlfTnnme U8hll ushis
hlfTnnme hll his nlnie nmanme mimi memory nwnmor be It therefore thereforellcsolved thedoru thedoruJesoln thereforeItesoivod
llcsolved Jesoln by the faculty taculy of the Lat Laiterdny LatterIllY Lattenday
terdny terIllY Saints College Colege that w we hereby herebyoffer herehyoear herebyotter
offer oear our ttlbute tbute ti of pmlBO prlAe I > to Ills char character chlr chlrnter charactor ¬
actor nter and labors anti testify testy herewith herewithof
of the gratitude srattule we e feel for having hnvlngknown hn havingkmmonn vtn vtnkl0wn
known kl0wn one ole whom It I pleased God to tohonor tohonr tohonor
honor honr with wih rare rar endowment ellolenl und 101 to totrust totrUst 0 0trust
trust with great crent responsibilities respunllbltes nnd nndwhile nndwhlo aridwhile
while whlo we mourn the lost of his hl sweet sweetami sweetnnllllIJrtng sweetanti
anti nnllllIJrtng Invigorating companionship we re rejolce rejolce retjohee
jolce In II the knowledge that thlt he han cone coneunto gonelute on
unto an 11 exceeding exceedln great reward rewlrllctlr rewlrllctlrnnl roweardeter roweardeternrml eter eternnl
nnl Father service In the Kingdom 1 llgdot of our ourFather ourather oureother
Hlnilcnto fHlllont S a anil nll Pnmiliy PnuuJ Accompaniedby Accompanied CCIIJIIIIIIhJ ecoimiput a leol leolly
by Blind Jnnll Pay Ilr Ill flail floh hash UcupcutH UcupcutHIn Ir llUIW llUIWIn
In view Iew of tho tim drizzling drizlng rain which whichevidently whichevhienty whichevidently
evidently evhienty extended extrlllel nearly nelrl throughout throughoutthe
the State It was a matter mater of surprise surpriseto sUflrlso sUflrlsoto
to tho tha prople IJcollt of Suit Lake to see ee so solarge soIn 00large
large In rue a 1 train of visitors lslorB from the Houtli Houtlidisembark soutlmolisemiibark outhIlsClh
disembark IlsClh k at the Oregon Short Line Linedepot Lne LnedCot Llmmedeimot
depot nt 11 11 oclock olok There were be beuldiH beHld1 besides
sides Hld1 the faculty lilelly of tho Brlgham Brlghamyoung Irlglll lirigliutnuYousig
young YOUI academy about 450 students Iludents now nowattending nowltentlng mmuuimtteimdIng
attending ltentlng the school while whie the iso majori majority ¬
ty t of the remaining 300 visitor were old oldstudents oldstudnts oldstudtnts
students from trol ruin the tU years earH when whln Dr DrJlaesor DrIaesr UrMacocr
Jlaesor had hl ehnrgu of the Institution InstitutionNo Insliuton InsliutonNo
No event cen In the th history of the Brig Brig1mm
hum hum Young academy aCllelY has created so soprofound sopafound sopmufoummd
profound pafound an In impression ImjreisIol us lS the death deathof deathtt
of tt the man who created the school schoolThese schOOlfhese schoolTimese
These teachers and students did dle not notknow 10t 10tlulw statknow
know lulw how ho much a 1 part of their lives livesDr lves lvesDr livesDr
Dr Muesur Mae8t was Is until Ult they the were wee called calledto caled caledto calledto
to part with wih htm hll and Ind curiously eurlolly enough enoughoven enoughoven
oven students Ud lls who had hal never lever been un under under ontier ¬
der his hil tuition tuiion shared ahald In their feeling feelingSchool tcelng feelimmgSchool
School closed eluel Friday Flln morning 10mlnl as soon soonafl Ioon Ioonal sooiaoh
afl al the sad lad news readied Provo Iroo and andpreparations nnl amidpreparations
preparations peplto were wet made 1110 to attend Ilelll the thefuneral theiunelul timefuneaul
funeral in II a I bod body In order that stu students studlnli atudents ¬
dents dlnli financially lnlHlal unable Inllhlo to make the thetrip thetrIIJm timenit
trip trIIJm nit might ht still stl go 10 subscriptions sbRcrllltons were weremayo wcrenayo weremayo
mayo by some Illne of lt Provug Iluus punlle 1lnlo spirited spiritedcitizens sllirted sllirtedcIUzm spiritedcitizens
citizens and Itle thug tIUK the lw lardge lardlO attend attendanie nleli nlelinnte mittemuilaume
anie nnte hecume hecml possible possibleThe Ilos io0sbieiIie ble blehe
The he prvceunon prccttJln after uflr teaching euchln Sail SailLake SII SaltLake
Lake Inko City marched to the Tuheriiunclo Tuheriiunclogrounds Tlheranclo Tlheranclolunds Tuhernionclogioummds
grounds lunds where whlrc the students Illdents were werelonnod were10lO werebrined
brined 10lO to march In ihc order urler of classes classesthe clnsle clnsleI ciaas8hue
the I faculty rncul leading IC 11 1 g preceded Jlecellpd by ly the theBrlglmm theBrlghul thellnigmummm
Brlglmm Brlghul Young Yuulg ouimg academy alll clY band playing playingBdlntun IllulnS iiuytngsoiamen
Bdlntun funeral marches The The route routelakcn routeIIlel routetakemi
lakcn IIlel was along ulan Ka East t Temple to Cen Center en entCr oil oilor ¬
ter tCr or street Itret till ti Dr Maescrs residence residencewas resilInce resilInceU8
was U8 renchcd rechcd Here Iere the proctsslor proctsslorbroke lrtClHSIII rcoKshonbroke
broke urkr Into single llle le and marched marchccthrough murched murchedthtUJh marchedbrought
through thtUJh the hallway halwny of the Maeser real reali reelWimere
11 i p whore the hue casket clskel had hat been beenAll beenpir een eenpl
pl pir All Al the thl tlm itudciiis thus had ai aionportunlty unlolortunly amaonportunity
onportunlty lolortunly to see the lhl beloved Ildod face 01 01the ot otth ofthmt
the th dead e8 < muster ru ter Onthe On I he street Ittel they again againformed ataln atalnrOllol againfomnieul
formed rOllol In marching order following followingih tololll
ih band to the Tabernacle Taberacle grounds groundsulioro groundswhoro groundsthmero
ulioro Instructions Instluctlls as to the part the thewere thewere they theytsere
were to take In the he funeral were made madeb
b President Urfmhull UrfmhullThe Urlmhll hirimhmuIlTIme
The students ttd ntl wore then dismissed dl mlsed In Inthe Inthl Inthe
the thl Interval mint orl of them thel took ailvan ailvantage Ilhan Ilhanlge adsantage
tage lge or oUh the kindInvitation klnllnVlaon of the L D DS DS DS
S Collegeto ColelW to visit wlt that thlt school and es esiart esNPc eslro
iart lro the drizzling drizlng and sloppy weather weatherOtUtrs ttathoerOaers latlcr latlcrOtIHA
OtUtrs made the most of their oppor opportunity opp opportflmmity r rtaniy ¬
tunity taniy to sie SB the city cl Many were mei meiby mel melb meby
by b friends Irendl and Ind taken to homes In thlb thlbcity thlcty tiiicity
cityAl Al a I quarter to two oclock the stu stuikntb stulbntb studtnta I
ikntb were ushered to their seats oc ocuuiyinff ocIUJllg ocCUllmmmgptnCOs
uuiyinff CUllmmmgptnCOs places of honor directly directy behind behindthe behln1the beimintithe
the IUJllg mourners mOlrnel They The all 11 wore white whitebows whie whiebows whitebows
bows of ribbon as ni their only token of ofmourning o omournln ofmourning
mourning mournln a acol color which peculiarly Ilecullrl ex exprfbFcs exprt cxpresses
presses prt les the mingled tlnled emotions eroUol of sorrow sorrownnd sorrownnd sorrowrind
nnd joy jo which nil a feel tell Ih 11 view vl of tht thtbpauUful tht thmbtntLmful >
bpauUful life lte and nnl triumphant trlulphant death of ofUluhs otlTtltl ofUtutiue
Uluhs father tl tier of education educnUol After Mter the theHrvlces thetCrlces thercrvIua
Hrvlces tCrlces lTtltl the Academy Acalom choir and Ind band bandtook bandtook bandtok
took special plllal cars Clrs for or the cemetery The Theteachers Timetettcimers he hetLellrl
teachers tLellrl came care In carriage s In tho reg regular reglnrproctsslon regtulnr ¬
ular lnrproctsslon procession The he body of the stu students ItU ItUdents stutIemits ¬
dents reached the grounds on the street streetcar streetCOr streetcars
car COr though tbouJh many mnn walked walkedThe wnlkdf1 tvalketllbs
The f1 grave gra wug WIS mngnllleently mnJnlcenth tIl decked deckedwllh deckeilvith leck11wih
wllh wih wreaths wrelths of flowers owerf the gift of the thefatuity thetMult thefulty
fatuity anti nnl around It the students stutelt nnd nndtouchers nndtplchcrs amidtpsuchcrs
touchers lug tplchcrs In gathered Intherf and sang the follow following talow talowIn followlug ¬
In the grave grve beloved teacher teacherSadly teacherRadly teacherStitily
Sadly now wo 0 lay thee low lowBut 10jJut lomvliut
But Jut we cry to Him 1m the Mighty MightyWhere Migimtlmre fght fghtWher
Where Wher lmre he goeth let us Ul go goHe golie o oIe
He Ie n meek mefklnd and lowly lowl teacher teacherWhom teacherWhomrhou teacherWhom
Whom Whomrhou Thou gravest cnvtst for our day dayHe da daIe dayHe
He Ie the tie friend the sage the father fatherWhom lathorWhom fatherWhom
Whom Thou h tnketh now away awayIn 10 10In
In the schoolhome tchool omo where we knew knewthce kncwthee knewthee
thee thceWe theep theeIVe
We p muft ruF see pe thy th vacant aclnt chair chairBut choirDut chairBut
But thY sPirit shall 1hal be with wih us usWe usWc usWe
We shall shal feel thy th pre presenCe cnre there thereAnd thereAnti
And 11 thy tl words 1 so fonul tont11 treasured treasuredLlkf treasureJLike treasuredLIke
Like a I halo to each life lifeShall lte lte8hl1 lifeShall
Shall 8hl1 with us lS be lamps larl of wisdom wisdomIn
In the darkening dl cnlng days 11s of strife strifeThou strIteThol strifeTunas
Thou Thol hast pointed us to heaven heavenWhen helon helonWMn heavenWhen
When our faltering tllelng feet tet have strayed strayedThrough strnel strayedThrough
Through lift lt 111cc B storm Itorm oft of come to guldu gulduus
us usWhen usWhen usWhen
When our 011 faith through blindness blindnessThou blnllnes blInilmesnraL
nraL tra d dThou I IThou
Thou has poured IJOlrel the balm of healing healingInto healng healngInto lmeahinglute
Into hoart hPr that tha bled bit and broke brokeAt brke brkeAt brokeAt
At thy ti tit touch of inspiration IncpirntlonBlumbriiiB Inlplrnton InlplrntonSlumbrlg inspirationSlunmbrmmug
BlumbriiiB Slumbrlg souls of life le awoke
Though 1110lh our drums now beat het the death deathmnrch 11eathmarch deathmarch
march mnrchThough marchholll marchTimmmgli
Though holll the gift gif of tears we bring bringThy brln brlnThy bringThy
Thy nw r l 11 bti d now nw strewn with flower fower flowersYet I IYet
Yet this parting IIRrtng hath no n sting stingNo Itn Itno stIngNo
No o the grave 1lve shall 1111 not prove IrO1 victor victorhough victorThough IctorIhotJt
hough IhotJt today tota we WI mourn mlUl1 the thle hoe gone goneTliou goneThou goneThmcom
Thou a Prince Plnce of Low Eternal EternalIn Rteral RteralIn
In our hearts hast imnatfound found u throne throneSKNATi thronefmSTI thmromieSItTl
Onorn OIIH Resolution nl ltosohitlnnsnnml lltlnA nml Adjourns In InOrder InUtileI IiiOrder
Order UtileI to II lioPrcsent ntUtiMiiilr ntUtiMiiilrUpon nth atobqi1ulcsUpon Illlle IlllleUpon
Upon the Senate convening this thl after afternoon nier nier100n afternoon ¬
noon 100n after ltter the President 1r811ent had called calledthe calel calelthe calledtIme
the member Irmbera to order oler Senator Hlnntor Whitney Whitneynro W1II
nro mroso r0e t In n his iii place and nnl offered oCered the fol following oh ohlowing ¬
lowing 10111 resolution fsoluton nt the same time timemoving tme tme10vlll linemoving
moving 10vlll the Rusposlon luPlllslol jisioim of the rules nnd nndthat nndthnt mindthat
that It BO g 1 Into Immediate effect effectSenate eIet effectSenate
Senate resolution resoluton No B by Mr MrWhitney MrWhmltney lr lrWhln
Whitney WhitneyWhereas Whln WhmltneyWhereas
Whereas Whercal public puh1c notice notcl has been given Riventhat Ilven Ilventhat giventhat
that Doctor Karl 0 1 Mncser fn er Utahs Utahsveteran Utahvtern Utahsveteran
veteran vtern educator died dlCI nt his hll home In Inthis Inthis inthis
this city ct on Feb 15th 1h 1901 and that thatP 2 2p 2p
p m 0 today Is l the time tme set for Or the ob obsequies ol obsequles ¬
sequies sNulel at the Tabernacle and nndWherenp nnl nnlI1ren andhercas
Wherenp I1ren by b the death dCth of this great greatand grcntnnd greatand
and food lrd man Inn the tle State looses IOOI1 a promi prominent Ilrominent Iftomnlneat ¬
nent nnd progressive pr r sslve citizen ctzen nnd the thecause thec thecause
cause c upe of if education llucnton a pillar Illor of strength strengthind strenthnnd
anti a light lght whose whosl reflection re ecton like lke n star starIn starIn starIn
In the ocean oc nn will 11 shine In the future futurelives tutureIlvel fimturelives
lives Ilvel nnd characters of multitudes mulluI of ofour otour ofotmr
our fellow telo citizens cltzenl who were his pu pupils pupls puplls ¬
pils pls anti Inl associates nSloclntrlj now no1 therefore thereforeJlcsolved theretoreneol tlucreforeJiesolveil
Jlcsolved neol d that us lS a rnnik of respect rep ct to tothe tothe totime
the deceased deEapel and In recognition rrcojnlton of his hisllntlngulthcil hisdlstlngulhell hisdistingtmlsheil
llntlngulthcil services In the education educational lucaton lucatonnl ¬
al field f II the thl Senate do now 10W adjourn ndJour un unII untl enii
tl II after afer the funeral services perlcl And that tbntt tbatI thatIts
I Its t members proceed Jrceed In n body bo to lime IheTlblrnncl limeTabernmmcis he heTnbernnclf
Tnbernnclf Tlblrnncl to attend ntenll the lh same sameSenator flme sameSeafitor j
Senator Smoot Smoot In seconding the rcio re role o
He is Identified Identiied by the Young Y Dung Man Himsell HimsellFather Ii IiiiiisellFattier ilsel
Father Confirms Confnns the News NewsIs NewsIsArrested NewsIsArrested Is IsArrested
Arrested in Omaha
Omaha Neb Feb 19 19On 19Osmo Ono of the thethree thehr thethree
three hr e men Implicated Irpilcateliin In the kidnapping kidnappingof
of Kdwnrd Cuduhy 61111h Jr r has been arrest arrested antst antsteil ¬
ed nnd l 1 ismuow now In the city cl Jail jai The man manwas manwns titantvas
was arrested Irretle Saturday night nflht but tho thonews tholews hommows
news lews was 19 suppressed sUIJprlssel by the police 1I01ce un until unt Ufltil ¬
til t today todayWhen tollY tollYWhel todayWhmemm
When Whel the suspect was WCS brought brught Into Intotho Intotho Immtothe
tho presence pre8tncu of young Cudahy for forIdentification torIdentfcatol forIdcntIiicatiomm
Identification Identfcatol the young man said saidTlilH slll saidTimi
TlilH hIH Is II the man lan who asked me to togot toIotlnto togot
got Iotlnto Into the wagon hero Is no doubt doubtabout dlubt dlubtIhout doubtabout
about Ihout Ithe Iti he IH li the oman mnnThe munTho omanThe
The police thus thul far refuse ntlse to divulge divulgethe dlvlll e ethe
the Identity Identy of tho prisoner but It I Is Isknown Isknown isknown
known that tmt he was arrested by b two twolocal twolocal uta utalocal
local otllcers OICHS Ho has been tI1 under uldor smut surveillance smutvoliiammce ur urvolalce ¬
veillance volalce for Pome One time tln as 11 It has his been beenknown lenknown
known that he hud been
li writing rlln letters lettersconcerning leters letersconcernlll lettersconcerning
concerning concernlll the Cuduhy CUdllh case and this thisfact thistnct isisfact
fact brought hroulhl misplclon IUHlllclon upon Upol him himEdward himIdwlnl imlmnEdwa
Edward Idwlnl Edwa oh Cudnhy told t a I representative representativeof rJIusentate rJIusentateat
of the th Associated sRoclatel Press Pres that the man manunder mnnunder muonwider
under arrest Inest had been Identified Ilentned by hhi hhison hil imiiscum
son 11 n Il as thu man Inn who nccosted him hll In Infront Inrront itsfront
front of the Cudnhy residence and al11 ama who whokept whokept whokept
kept him company compnlY In tIme thp house to towhich tohlch towhich
which he wan taken tlken on al the night of the theabduction thenhltuetol thusabtl
abduction nhltuetol abtl iuc t ion Mr th I i Cudnhy CUlah y paid sa iii the t lie man manhad numiimuitl
had 111 also been Identified Ilentfed by the servant servantof lenRlt lenRltor
of tho lie Partridge Pnrtrldl household who saw th thletter tl liii liiiletter
letter leter thrown on to the Cudnhy lawn luwl luwlnu
lutlon luton said that It gave him the hue great greatest grentIMt greatest ¬
est pleasure 111en Ut to second the liii same Innle Not Notonly Notonl Notonly
only onl had Ild Utah lost a sterling terlng and no noble nohie mmobie ¬
ble citizen citzen but one who by Ids lts power powerof llowerlt
of lt if Imparting tmpnrtng Instruction Instructon had left IIt be behind behind belmind ¬
hind him more eloquent elolllnt ministers ministersmore mInistersInore muminlatersmmmore
more distinguished 1lstlJulMhel statesmen flntesmen authors authorsnnd nUtII nUtIIand authorsamid
and poets than Iml any other man mal who huo had hadever hld hldever hadever
ever came Clme Ijito Ilto the State Stlte The Senate Senatewould Senatt bemmatewouloi
would woull do Itself Ipelt proud to pass the roan resolution reolutol roan11111st ¬
lution lutol nnd Inl attend the funeral In a 1 tidily tidilyThe bd bdTht botltTime
The Tht roll r01 was WIS then called Iuled and the rosa resolution rooItlol rosaltmtlomi ¬
lution Itlol was carried eafled every eer senator sehtor voting votingnye votng votngn othuugfllo
nye n I
nyeTho Tho ITho Senate then adjourned Iljoutee until unll after afterthe nter nterthe aftertime
the funeral tUleml services servicesDEBATE MenlesDEBATE servicesDEBATE
Todays TOIa s session lesslon was wnf marked mnrkCl chitfly chitflyfor ehlc ehlctor
for the te debate lebat on the McMillan llc llun bill U U Uwas I Itrae i iPrPO
was propoped PrPO dJ to change chnlge the thl minutes minutesto imminuttto I Ito
to showthttt show tM t the bill bi had ha passed pls ed over overthe OVerthe averlie
the Governors veto eto ta anti am herein arose arosethe nroS9the arosetlue
the storm stormSenate stormSemie stormSenate
Senate Semie concurrent resolution resolotbn No 2 by byAllison byI byAllison
Allison Allsn to the lii effect efect that ns lB It I was wasdesirable waRdesirable wasdesirable
desirable that both houses housrs adjourn at atas atns atits
as early a date as possible that no nobills nobllR nobills
bills bllR be Introduced Introlucoll after nier the forty fortyfifth tort tortfrh tortfifth
fifth frh day 11 of the session February 23 23except 28excellt 21except
except by a twothirds twothlrls vote of all ni pres present present lurescot ¬
ent and 3nl voting otng Mr Ir Smith Smih moved mocl as an anamendment In Innmelllnent amaanmenoimmaent
amendment nmelllnent that the fiftieth teth day be In Inserted Inserted inserted ¬
serted In tho resolution Instead of thu thufortyfifth thutortynUh timefortyfifth
fortyfifth timid 111 the thl th amendment nronlmlnt car carried CII CIIrled camrheti ¬
ried riedIt rhetiit
rledI It I was WIS decided leolded that noxt Tuesday TuesJaybe uesJa uesJabe
be set njinrt for or the visit to the tle Deaf Deafand n Ieafand at atanl
and anl Dumb asylum qslul at lt Ogden There Therewas Therewu TlmoreWas
was wu some SOlIe discussion dlscu slol ns to whether or ornot ornot ornot
not the visit should be made on Friday Fridaywhich Irldl Fmidnytwimiclm
which whhl Is u legal holiday hola Saturday and andMonday In1 In1tolduy utmutiMonday
Monday tolduy were also Ilso Dronosml IrOl08ed but voted vol1
down dOWI by J a large Ilre majority linj rl
Mr Ir Bench lonch moved loved thnt thlt the House Ious nd ndjourn 11 11journ adjourn ¬
journ for Dr Mncsers funeral tnnra The Themotion TImelaotian hl
motion moton was lost by two votes voteslG otlsIO 1C to IS ISA ISA ISA
A motion luton thai all 11 who wished to attend attendthe attemullie
nlew nlewthe
the lie funeral be excused excusll for that tlt puri jurll iiunIose iiunIosecarried > oe oecarried
carried clrrled and several severl of the member memberleft numberlef mimemmmberileft
left lef the House HouseA Uou e eA
A claim of John Holland Iolnnll for S42 S42WIS 1S112 1S112was 45112suts
was WIS referred to the th State board of ex examiners exnrlner examinere ¬
aminers aminersThe nrlner aminereThe
The House Journal JOlrnal rends that thnt the theGovernors theGoernorB theGovernors
Governors veto 110 eto to House 10uso bill bil No 0 18 18was 18wns 18tas
was sustained su8alned by n vote of U I ay nu s to
33 3 nays The clerk wnp ordered odarld to tochange tochange tochnmmge
change the vote to ayes 33 nays In s 12 12Messrs 12lcssr8 12ipssrs
Messrs Smith and Van nn Home Homer HomerHewett HomerHewct llomnerIitvett
Hewett Hewct nod ani others objected Axton Axtonasked Axtoqasked xto xtoaskell
asked if the changing of the minutes minuteswas
was for the purpo e of showing that thntthe thatthe thattime
the McMillan lc llan bill bil was IS passed l s lll over the theGovernors thl theGovernors
Governors veto The Speaker replied repliedbar repled repledthl
thl tima bar n I wn wnThe wasTh usasThe
The Th crop of new lew bills blig was not quite quiteso 111e 111eso
so heavy heu today todn eg It I was yesterday and andsome and80m amidsome
some other otwr earlier enrler das of o the session sessionHouse pPtslon pPtslonI sessionhouse
I House bill bi No 0 149 19 by D I H 1 Morris Morristo
I to amend Rmell the cession 18slon laws IIs relating reltn to tohorticulture toiuorthcehtumme
I horticulture horleulre The bill hi Is for thp mir
Ilr Ilrpo
pof Paso > t ol o Increasing Inlrea lng the compensation compenMoton of ofthe otIhe ofthis
the ineml 11embul lRtntars ra of tho lie state stntf board CRrd of ofhoitlrultuic orhOllln1le ofhemliemmituuse
hoitlrultuic hOllln1le 200 20 each eachHouse rocll tacithouse
House 10uso bill bi No o 160 by h D I P Johnson Johnsonby Johnln Johnlnby
by requoit reut to nmtnd nrend thp thl ntntltlrs Blattlrl re relating rehating ¬
hating laln to It sericulture serlCllure to encounipe enrOUfp the theculture thecultlrl tImeeulttirc
culture cultlrl of silk lk by h Increasing Incrp8lrl the th ap appropriation apjmropniation ¬
propriation Jrorlatlon to the thl silk Ilk rmnmlMlon from trm fromlOO al
jlOOO lOO 00 10 o llSOO 0 for or the th year ear and appro appropriates approprintos ¬
Rnl Jpro Jproprlnte8
priates f3W f3r 3O > for hounUls bounties In II place of
13000 13000House 30
House lousl bill i No o 157 1 7 by b Hnlzhclnur lolzhllmer an anthorlzlng ni aimttmorlzlimg
thorlzlng county ClInt commissioners to ¬
thorhlnl cOlnt cOltnlsplonlrs ap appoint APpoint imppoint
point a watchman or nM IIHlal speelal olal niilcm niilcmHouse nmer niiletrshouse
House 101S0 bill hi No 152 by I HolzliHmer lolzhpller an annt anmmcl n nnet
net nt In relation reiltol to judgments jltllents ahUJntd ahUJntdngnlnpt oiitaimmemlngahmmst 1 1nJnllH
ngnlnpt nJnllH county count olllcorn nr o counties nuntl for forunlawful lorunlnwtul furUnlawful
unlawful collection oJecton of tnxef tRXI8 nnd 1111 the thellnbllltlos thelublteA theIirmbhiltios
llnbllltlos lublteA of the State and 111 school schol dig districts Il digtrlcts ¬
tricts trlts for the respective rl peclv amounts In10unt re received reo reoceled received ¬
ceived House lolse bill bi No m 11 lr hy I Holz Holzlolmfr Holzhflm IbIshelmet
helmet hflm < r authorizing 11thorlzlnl trustees of school schooldistricts Ilhol Ilholdlstrlrts schooldIstricts
districts to levy Icr a tnx to refund rel11 luxe luxeunlawfully tlxel tsxesunlawfmmli
unlawfully collected collectedHouso coleet collectedhouse 1
house 10usp bill bi No 151 by Holzholmcr 10lzhhner to tonmrnd toimmemid I Inmend
nmrnd the statutes Htntutl relating rllatn to Judg Judgments jlgments juilgmeats ¬
ments for or taxes unlawfully unla wtul collected collectedXAVAh colete coleteNA collectedNA
Kianilnntlnn Jxnmluftm Develops JCrO13 Splendid SJICIII Kc Kcstilts HI HIsni lIeqiiltt
stilts sni on 01 1nrtof laft lartoftaiaIh1utte lartoftaiaIh1utteThe or Cnmllilntcj CnmllilntcjThe lnhntl lnhntlThe
The successful lucceRstul candidate lndlate In the ex examination oxamnlnatiomi X Xnmlnaton ¬
amination nmlnaton for the naval lanl cadetship had hadnot hadnot badnot
not boon Ipen announced up to n late IRtl hour hourthis hourthl hourtimha
this thl afternoon nfernoon but It I Is II underttood underttoodhit undertod undertodth
hit th t A Burgess UrCSl Young and Ind Robert Fol Folnnd Folland ol olJand
land two high school boy 118 are lre amm ammhose nmnnth05t amnmithose <
hose th05t who stand nearest th the goal a1 Both Bothoys HathbOYK lOathboys
boys oys were examined exmlned physically ph tlal this thismorning thl thismornIng
morning mornlr by b Dr Wright rlght and John Q QCnnnon Q1nnOn QCOmmon
Cnnnon < 1nnOn and are Ir said snll to have made mde an anequally anequal anequally
equally equal good 0 ohnwlng ohnwlngDr Iholng IholngDr tmouulngDr
Dr Wright Wrl1 anti nnt Superintendent StJrlntendent Coop Cooper Cop Coper
er were w r seen pee by b the thl News ews thl IsIs after afternoon arer arernoon afternoon ¬
noon nnd both stated that no 10 decision dwlilonor dfllol
tor or the naval cadetshIp odethlp would oull I mad madfore madt madebefore
t before fore tor tomorrow tomorrw nn n several of th tl the can candlJaten candldates <
dlJaten dlda tu stood too within lhln a ate few ow points I of
nne and by another man who
rented Hie he
hnuII iuoimae to the j h two men rente
His Is ilMcrlption talllM tRlh with wih that 01
the dlrk dark k comP complNtlonll < ° nlMl nun who whomml Mgl
tlntpd tinted tor or mml sOil bought the its hnr hore horse and an the ho
bUl buggy with ii winch uuhi 1dm the t abduetlca was aa
procured procurld Th h nmnnt 1rOI11 of th tlue Partrldtfa
household I II is he woman 01al of whom lartrhJgl t the
man Inln made Iude Iniulrlo wIth regard to
renllnsr renll rontim time th house hou e and she hI says ly fnrll there thlre Li L
no 10 doubt us to tho ti identity Ilentt of o Callahan
rw n the mnn an with wih whom who she talked llked ellhnn
James Srhneldcr Wind Inll tlio th owner of
the house to which the hoy wns OWIOr tak taken n
was WiS the oman tRn who lilfntlllod Callahan Callahani
IHI immuul Ia1 says i hf he 1s I is the Ilmtlel ma lan mnamm wll who ° mmccow ti1
ponied unle i n the tlt light lght complexion man Iceot In
Ils Imis Us negotiations negotntons for the renting of the
llOUPO llOUPOCallahan houReCalnhnn luouoCallahstst
Callahan Calnhnn was ns wen Into IntI this afternoon
nnd an d denied tlllet den leol all al a hi knowledge ItlowldJ1 it lioucl id go of nCttMon the th kid kil It itl ¬
napping 111111nl Smut 11mm g but acknowledged a cordial
friendship with wlh Pat Crowe rwe 1
The lw prisoner Is James Jnml1 1iiit Callahan Cllahal utlialma mm an
exconvlct He le has rccntly rnC lly been living livingnm 1ln
tuitim nm lh 1 n sister htlr nClne1 ncmummel Mrs Irs Kc Iel Itehly y nt
Flflythlrd Flt thlrd street anti Wolworth Vooworth ave
nue which Is in the vicinity of Iluscis
viciniy HUSel1
park 11rk nnd not far from remit the house housl In
which young Olnl oumn Cudahy udah was held a prls prlsoner IJrIRoler urisonor
oner oler pomling Jenlln negotiations leotntolR for the pay
ment of the ito ransom rnsom Be le has his been an anasHOdatoof In InnSHoclato tinassociate
associate ot Pat 11 t Crowe rowe for several seerl years yearsnnd yenrl yearsamumi
and has huut lived 1le In Omaha Olnha most of that
him thlO t
each other on the literary Jterary examination examinationnml
examinaton examinatonnn1
I nml mimi ul that ha t a Ilnal Ilal ii mma I physical luim ysicai oxninlijntlon oxninlijntlonwould nxnlnhJaton nxnlnhJatonwould oXa miii I ml than thantvouiitl
would be made of these candidates cnnlldalS be before LefUIc betims ¬
fore tims the matter lHtel was WIl decided decidedDr dlciled dlciledr
Dr r WilKlU further stated that owing olln
to the closeness cluFIless of the marks received
by b some soml of the candidates that a I thqr thqrough IhQI thmroiiglm
ough physical examination of several severalof eerlllot
of the foremost torelnt boys would he hI under undertaken undertaln immubertaken ¬
taken before the name Imn of the successful successfulcandidate succeHstulclndldnte successfulcammdldate
candidate clndldnte would oull be announced announcedANOTHER announcedANfIMn ammnouncedANOI1IIEU
Salt Lalio Ial City CU Strcit Stret1InIhoaL Ilnllrond 1IIIoUIl to Kx KxIts I Fyteimul
1 teimul Its ls lt Lines LinesThe LilieSThe
Jnc3 Jnc3The
The Salt Lake City Cl Jlalhmy ItallUY company COIPt
late Iltl this afternoon ICproon applied oJlpd to the thl coun county count ¬
ty t coinnili cOlml Coitmmmmtsmmioimems > HluiierB lonCrK for or a 1 frniiohlsc trlhhlpe to lay
tracks trCks from trr a point on Seventh East Eastto
to Fourteenth l South Iuth This move Indi Indicates Indlcates lzmdicateg ¬
cates that the proposed proJoled Kapld Transit Transitnew Transitnl
new nl line lne mentioned mentoned In another part of ofthis ofthis mfthis
this paper Ilpel Is to he fought toulht to 1r utr r Issue s fUQ uo
by h thft rival street strletcur car company companyWINTERpffTEBS COIlIny COIlInyWINTER
I ScufMJ Ikon Huh Wl Fob 19Appllratlons 19Appllratlonsnt 19ApJlraton 19ApJlratonut
nt Vlntir Quarters Qunrt tH havp havl reached ICChed the thenumber lheI timesmumsmbir
I number of 131 1JIIt ut at 10 rtiork today toIIY toda Supt SuptWllllunis SUlltlumM SuptWitllunme
Wllllunis lumM says KIH ho experts eXlls 175 l5 by b to tonlubt to11lt tomm
nlubt 11lt mm tgtm t with Ilh it it lu which whih ut hi helm number Ilnher mm U limber the colnhnny colnhnnywill colnpanywil sty stytwill
will start No I mine mnorfow
wil 1111 nrorto morn mornInt mornIn niormiimmg
Int In Many l ny ire re anxious Ilxlous to II get a I mod modIng meetIn mnetlng
Ing In called caled to drain declare re the strike stllko off offwhich offwiuich
noon noonAbout noonAlout naomiAbout which will wi likely Ikel bo le dune donI this thi after afternoon Iter Iternoon afternaomi If ¬
About 12 1 Inches of snow has fallen fallenIn tnlen tnlenIn
In the last 24 hours hoursJDA1IO hourI hourIWAll Imotmrs1UA1JUJAUI1NU
It 1 Wns ns Killed 11ll by I ii1 llio 11 Iiftrlslatiira I llslaIUO of ofTluit offlnt ofIltut
Tluit flnt KlnloToiliiy Slulu TOlar ftta3
lIaIse Tdaliii I11ahI Feb Fel 9The The bill llle lllecent re recently meesmutly ¬
cently cent Introduced Introuced repealing replBlnJ the Idaho Idahoanilgambling Idnhonnlgolblng Idahoflntlgnmnbting
anilgambling nnlgolblng law la was killed kl d In the thehouse thohoufo tImehuouse
13 house this tlls morning by a I vote of 32 2 to
Mr 11 Kfiiff 11r Will 111 IlI Cull Cal CutlluhiSpeimker on UI Speaker SJcuk to hove Ifuvcn Hu Q QI
n I Dny Ilr Set cl ettalieitr to Hear euf It ItSPECIAL ItSPECIAl itSPECIAL <
Wnshlnston Washln ton D C Feb Flb ISntpre ISntpresentatlve 19npeltnte 11flapresentatite
sentatlve eltnte King np Will wil he head d a ooraraUteu ooraraUteuof ommto
of members membtrl of the house HOUff I t1 > call cal en n th thSpeaker thSpeaker the theSpeaker
Speaker and see If he will wi set et a day dayfur dfY dfYtor 4eyfor
fur the consideration conlderaton of the tJ paNic piWIcbuildings paNicbuildings uble ublebuidings
buildings buidings bill bi fillets 111118 1mmhe the bill bi It tan tanup ta3n ta3nuf taesmUI
up this week Salt L 1lke Lake ke will 1 not have havea
a gress public pUblc building buldn this session ton cf Con Congress CoImgress ot ¬
Jmtits Tlmu K K I leanmms arnt arll brother brolbt of S stor stor1lrnl Siumitor Siumitorleutrnmm n tor torKeiirns
Keiirns 1lrnl nccompanled nClomlanlet by H I C K Jerfh Xareim XareimJr ar na naJr
Jr of St Louis Ioull left Ipe toter toia far Cab CnbtPOSTMASTISKS CabPOST CubaIosTIAsrIcls
Po Postmasters lmttU appointed RIJlolnted Utah Port PortDuchesn I inrtDumetmeane rt rtDuehene
I Duchesn Duehene Ilntnh Ilntlh count 10ultr Nellie 11 Thorn Thornton Thnt Thornton
ton vlo Ie James Jal1 II WKUW 1111 wstsn rflnd rflndSigur resIand resIandSigurd d dSltuird
Sltuird Sigur Svler Sfvier iounty unt Mr lrs n Annie nnl row rowUy uw uwIcy w wI
Uy I vlo I Sophia Sohl Dastrup Datrup rtsljneJ rtsljneJPENSIONS Nlpet reslinedPlNSiONS
Idaho pension granted lntll Widows WidowsOlive WIdowOl1p WidoWsOhlvs
Olive Ol1p r raid aIdwehl l < l ell Hhoahone tS tSMexican nIulau Uticxltan
Mexican Iulau war survivors sunIvorsTho lurIor IncMI increase increaseTime
Time Tho S HarrlH Idnlio City C1 til tilPATKNTS L l2 l2hATE
A patent has hIl been hen grantiJ to Frank FrankJ
J and Altl c A MarCarthy larlarthY ugden Ofen ttah ttahmr Ilh Ilhlor Ittahbr
mr multiplyins multpylnl plateh IJltllr ldateh4iider kl r for lo emeriu emeriuIn Utl UtlIollhl eSneMla
In Iollhl Iteilu Jrado 110 of 01 Vlun I1 Ailmlitil AilmlitilWsnlilBgton IJIIItI IJIIItIWhtltol miimmhiniVssimimmgteim
WsnlilBgton Whtltol IVU I fb llTh llThrommltt ITl anato anatofmmlttP gnae gnaecommittee
committee fmmlttP p on naval lual affairs tlrl 1 1Ird teday tedayrreti rt r ra
a Ird rwd to report I r favorably taclbly upon u n all 1 the thenominations tMnomInatons thenomInatIons
nominations of naval offl omC ohlicni < W tot ad artvaiirtinent adIJlent aduasmeomnent
vaiirtinent nomInatons IJlent except fepl tho IhO those lt f AdmiralSampson Admiral tdnilralSanpsomi dnllralSampou
Sampson and 1111 Almlwl Sfhley hler They Theyi Tll TllI
Ill i decided to rHimmfnd rtInfnd the rrvirai rrviraiof
of I the t hI prailc rdl esds of vIce vtl admiral Idmlr amid al U the theflpuoIntImtnt > e enpiKlntm eItlllntlent
npiKlntm nt of two rear rr admirals Imral to tothis tothl tothis
Itlllntlent this olttct olc tin Intention Inltotol b blnp beIn lnp that Ital W WPrwildent 10 10IrIldut O OPresident
President shall nsrn Messrs 1I flampwm flampwmand smpsomand mplon mplonInd
and Ind IrIldut Schl Schili r Il This Thll ruum uUr WM tsken tskenbv talen talenhv
bv the th commit cumnmnhitee lnm1tf In order ONlr to ivM yld the therenewal thertntll therenewal
renewal rtntll of tht Sam Samrln5hly SamrnhleY s > nSfhl y contro controvr cotr cotrWfy cont contyeray
vr Wfy yeray < r In connnwllon onnnldion with Ylh the th nom nomlima nomlimatiorig lus lustonp na nations ¬
tions but Ihlr timert her w were pr r some Im IndlratlMis IndlratlMisIn IndlatO IndlatOII
tonp metln thai this on eontrtNY tontrVsrsy < ontm
m tlnr
In the thl comrnllie mmll mHtnr til
II tm trVsrsy w mlfht I lI be ralad rld ov owr osr r the tbE op option QUtln quetlttm ¬
tion of prr prrfen1 preCPdet1C l m In II naming the two twovlr tOv twovice
vice v admirals dmlrll propuwxl prpI som somthe 1m enttri enttrideirin nltr nltrHlrn
deirin to 1IIltr specIfy hat dmlralldll dmlralldll1uJd dmiraI 3thiy 3thiyhtuld
1uJd Hlrn be liii named Tb The 11 earn or ortenthS n ntfhllun
tenthS 1f arose I Or ham tl the Ifluton mSOitJtlOfl tt ttthAna tf tfttumnk
arol the Priildent and u uthe
ueted by
thAna 1 Jdet a
the th m Ilure IU5Ore IUpte ure was not It atttd Itf upon uponSaxo up upU upaSate
Sate U ColMiiirif lnblr Pa lR luuies hes e Ibnnihmllon IbnnihmllonPotsdam Ihnlllntlnn IhnlllntlnnPobd ihamiilumatlonPotdRJl
Potsdam Pobd Feb FIb lsTh lTt 1TTOUTh0lt0t 1TTOUTh0lt0taxeCobur rouaitDttk f fAxeC
AxeC axeCobur bBrs and Qotha has hasmlnatk ku paesid b bs bsext1iiflIt
ext1iiflIt mlnatk for the rUk c cnalKn ot mtftt1ri mtftt1rieniIitfl
nalKn Ill lIla wort ws M Mby iigd tt ttGeOd r
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