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jbe 1h Troops of Both Countres Countries Will Wi be beWithdrawn beWithdrawn beVitlidrawn
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tl t rws duncuI tr at Tien len Tsln T ln between11I between betweenover betweent
Ibt t te the Jirtti over oVlr the t con conIn canJtlon COflptIOfl
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priDesfon In Chtnl ChtnlTe China ChinaTU
rtrtGI1htln 7rttrtAttve commtnls ot the nteroon afternoon pa par pa pair1
Te TU itpeat Ibe th vie Iews ot the mo mojlr inn innni1y
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ir1 r repat IDQrnlng papers namely nnmelYLht
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jlr ni1y will be able to smooth smoothIh niootlitt
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Ih tt ICcn Irtetten IrtettenThe 13iitlh torelgn ot otce orte
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te ce Thetlals The htvm m nt aot ret jtuMtI et rectVOJ reeLOI lieged omcal offlelal back backdQwn backan cn cn6nnton con conrlnhttofl
of 111ged
6nnton rlnhttofl RUMIa to Mnncburla Tnrkem Tnrkemtn urkel urkelta
dQwn an to TCU
I Irr aM Inquiries on the thelubjtt thembject
ta tn and orI911 In being made nt St StPdtrburg Stptenburg
lubjtt mbject u U tid IOW toW Pekin ThC Drlsh British for torelcn forelgrm
ptenburg ad Ptkn
Pdtrburg elYorls elYorlsto
relaxIng tt
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elcn ofc I nt satisfactory nlnto nlntomnt stntemnLt
mote IILte IILteleot
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IKur Intentions cf Russia but butS butIbe bittthe
ot f the
S leot the mnt cfficWd ttcIl dtpreate depreeato Intentons prVcatothe the th British Irsl pass passt prss prssaclt presettittoU
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HlioficUllr 1 It GMt I Is o otmeall7 Brltita lY has ha not tbo itlKh lghtest lghtestto tIghteit tIghteitcCtaPttIOD test testtontopfctlon
tontopfctlon to tel pUon laiB of resorting resorlng orttag to hostlllto hoaUI hostlll
liptoitRMrft Ruu1 whatever may ba batie bl blt beoutcitce
to 111 b a galnit lt RUNIa
tie t outcome oul ap le of the te th preset negotla negotlaSpiring negota negotat negotiaRlrtng
t Spiring Jep1ng rh rhJep1ng to Sir BUli E11 AJhrnwleBart AJhrnwleBartklt AahmeadeDort AahmeadeDortk
lilt k Uervatlve conaeryatlve > Mr Balfour alour the theprirement theferment thereracient
onervatve
prirement reracient lader It3der Ml al ala In the house bousetf huse huseI
tf ferment wmmoni today the < government did didu didOJ diditt
tpdaYlh gilmment
u I conl possess any Information Intorrllon Indlcat Indlcatloi IndlcatIt
loi OJ my n decline in British Influence In Inttt Intl inte
ttt It ttnftue Tan delne te e prpvlticw As 1 to the theJiuilaa ther1an timeluao
Jiuilaa tl claim calmfor tVllcl tot th t6 the waters wate of f Blonde Blondeui Uonde UondeAn
ui An r1an Elliott Inlands M British Brlbh govern governmail Iomn Iomnm goternntht
Elottlanda t
mail m t bad bd certainly not tt accepted Me lM this thisc thisclam thisclaim
c claim lm The government v rnUfnl had received recled no nocommunication n nocmmuntcat1on
Tle
communication clam CtmulcUon on the th subject aublet from fromj trm trmlualo fromtussia
j llussla lualo The he nuslaa nu lalaamrl admiral had
remonstrated rfluonotrnte against nBnlnst the presence In Inthe Inthe inthe
the waters of Elliott Island of H 1 M B BPlover BPlover UPiover
Wlttr mlot
Plover wnlch Was WI engaged ennKelll In purnuins purnuinspirates pUfullg pUfullgPlrte purnuingpirates
pirates Hut British ships had a I per perfect pert tierect ¬
Plrte lUl UItsh
fect t cl tight under the treaty of of1len of1len1slnto rica TienTsln ricaTam
Tsln Tam to KO there thereQuestions thereQUCI4tIOUS
1slnto Questions thre threQucstlons regarding the il 1h dispute at atTlcn ntThn atTuna
Tuna Tain Tsll were relnrdln parried pnrlrd by th the under undersecretary unlerIecretary undersecretary
secretary Iecretary for foreign affairs lfILlrs Loid LoidCrnnborno Lll LllCrnnborneln Lom4Cranborno
Crnnborno Crnnborneln In refusing to answer nnwer them themwithout thm thmwlhuL themwithOut
without notice noticeWlillum noticeTIiiiaiit
wlhuL Wlillum notce Redmond monll raised rolspd rationalist rationalistcheers nltonllst nltonllstcheers nationalistchiiere
cheers 1111 by bynsldng Ie asking why hY Great Hrltaln Hrltalnhad Urlnn Urlnnhnlhoiltel ilnitainhad
had hoisted the white whli Hag lag and backed backeddown boclildllwn bnckdtOWn
down hnlhoiltel after threatening thratening to ua UBe force or orarms ornrms ofanus
arms armsMRETINQ anusMEETING
nrmsnmTING
MEETING OP OFTUB THE MINIBTEIIB MINIBTEIIBPekln MINISTEUSlkln
Pekln Match 18 ISLltle ISLtttie Little was accom accompllshcd necomJJlshed accornidished
pllshcd at todays meeting meetng of the for foreign toreln forelga ¬
JJlshed
eign ministers on account of the delay delayof
of the various arlols governments HOernlntl In agreeing agreeingto
to the conclusions reached In the mat matter matter matten ¬
ter of Indemnity claims claimsNo clIIS clIISNo
No minister Is I allowed alowed full tul liberty lcly to tonet tonet toact
net for hH hI government gocrlncnt all al the thl Instruc Instructions InRtructons netructions ¬
tions tons being nd referendum reterenduI subject to tofurther toturther tofurther
further consideration considerationThe conahleraton conahleratonThe
The court ceremonial on the recep reception rcepton zeception ¬
tion of ministers wcs Wrs wmmstlieeubject the thelujeet subject of con conversatlon conversaton conversation
ton versatlon versaton but nothing definite diHJnle was wnsde wnsdeclded de decided doaided ¬
aided upon uponden uponOen uponCen
den Chaffee Chatee and H I Squires lhe lheUnie the tImeUnited theUnited
United Unie States 1hat1 charge daffaires nnalnl ImVe ImVeexamined lioile lioileoxomlne1 liiWeexamined
examined property adjoining ndjoJllng the le legation IeRaton Icgatton ¬
gation Raton suitable Rlltable for barracks and capa capablc capable calmbleof
blc bleof of housing ItO men menFRENCH menFRENCJ menIrItEtC1I
FRENCH FRENCJ TROOPS THOOlS QUIETER QUIETERTlcn QUITER QUITERTlen
Tlcn rein March 18 l 1 p m mThe The An AnKloIlusslan AnloRuselal AngbRussian
KloIlusslan loRuselal dispute dl pute Is unchanged The TheFrench TheFrench TheFrench
French troops troopi nre le quieter Over 40 ar arrests arrests anrests ¬
rests have been made madeRAILROAD madeRAILnOADOlENED madeRAILROAD
RAILROAD RAILnOADOlENED RAILnOADOlENEDPekln OPENED OPENEDPckln OPENEDPekin
Pckln March IS isTho The railroad ra roml be between botW between ¬
tween tW en Pckln lckln and nn Chan Sing Sin Ou was wasopened wosopened wasopened
opened Saturday In the presence of the theFrench tho11rench the1renc1i
French nnd Belgian ministers mlnlstlt There Therewas Thereas Itiercwas
was as A L review of the troopS at a a feat featture teatture feattune
ture o ot f the celebration celebrationFRDNCH celebrnton celebrntonInDN celebrationFIlDIWII
FRDNCH InDN n TROOP T O I SHIP sini ASHORE ASHORESingapore ASHORESlngnore ASHORESinganore
Singapore Slngnore March 18 18The The French Frenchtroop Irrenchtroop Frenchtroop
troop ship Vlnhlong Is Illshorr ashore near the theentrance1 th thentranc theentrance
entrance to thl < port pot She In II not be believed beleved believed ¬
lieved leved to be In a a dangerous position positionLI posIton posItonLI
LI HUNtJ BETTER BETTERLondon DETEitLndon BETTEtLondon
London Lndon March 18 1A 18A A dispatch clspatch from fromShanghai trainShanghai rom romShanghai
Shanghai announces the sailing slllnK today todayof
of United Unltd States Statc Minister UnutelConger Conger Tho Thocondition Thoconditon Thecondition
condition proved conditon provel of LI 1 Hung IIun Chang has ha Im Improved 1mprovel Improved ¬
I W O WDEKflAS WERDE RMRII4SCOOL AS COOL COOLRECE RECEPTION RECEPTIONEmperor TION TIONEmperor
Emperor William V18m Sent Him m on a Special Mission to Si Peters PetersB
B Practically Pracialy Failed FailedLamsdorf FaiIedLamsdorff Lamsdorff Questioned Questoned Him Hm Closely
Berlin B 1 March ach It 1LPArlamantar 1SPanllanientarycir 1SPanllanientarycirU Parliamentary clr clrtlei clrtlte
U tlei tlte ei relate te that G Cn n von on Werder Wtldis W erder who whou
u recently renty ent on onaveeiaIrns onaveeiaIrnsccl a special Ipe a mission missionto Ion
to 1051 St TeUnturg this time met wth w h a atool
tool rl recepton recpton at the Russian capital capitalnd Clp Clpand cap capsal ln
and nd that the private prlva te mission with withwhich wih wihhlt a achkb
which hlt Enp Emrtrr Emcerer ror William Wilam entrusted him himind hImand cm cmird
and which wb ras IIS as intended Jntnded to explain explainHOCKEFELLER eplnn eplnnROCK expi c
I HOCKEFELLER ROCK FELLERIN IN TH THWwlni THE DEAL DEALWm DEALI
I Wwlni Wm v Riilwayjifid Ri1aayt and UtaTransporta UtaTransportai lke Transporta TransportaL
t L Go G Into i Steel Corporation Corporationi rporaton rporatonnll
i
j Nib nll kiis ttflrm1 br J 1 I P norjn A Af k kCtrlltprttOC aCSThIrltpreenm
f CtrlltprttOC Ibif Ktprdent a Cuplui CupluiI
01 I IWrlf TLiri lflr TlUllou TlUllouMlrch 11100 11100tI iliiupcy
1 tI cy Tork Terk Mlrch 1arh 18 1J 1ij J P Morgan Morgany torgln
Cmpn1 47tOdaycorflrmed toaycOnlned y confirmed the tli report reportItacMellw
Jh Uh 1 crulated Citated here tha that t 11 all the
IltloUohn Ei ci
D ItacMellw I0cketeler In tho
U WeHncl ball Incl hc1aII dng < lng mines railways railwaysgo rlwas
lk InlprtaUon tra7ntaUon are to go
il lnes
It j t ttte
ttMe Unlld Stlu Sales Blel Stect corpora corporation lon
n tiri1
Itelaclude iccude the Lake Super
teu C h h l iIv l mInes which con
ttt 14 1 a CI CtICI ltl slack oC f 300000 3000Q000
tht tIUHls 11itl1i is
oultandlng outatanding It Ito
b < ted under the IWS aws ot
U 111 to o acquire Icqulro rndoper rndoperlhe thd hd open
ktix1 I 1 teeonpany I 11 the M8bl mtcsaba rlng range
lt Ii cmpany OWnS olns elton cxlcnrciron
IHt rO wtJtt I Ihls rciron and Ion8 Ion8the lenRes
iOZp40y l 11 to the t Carn Carnegie > 8le Steel Steelmanu Stel
j
1j itc cmLer large steel
f manu manulndlre
r 110na the Duluth 1leRab
crlfnWI to lta iliay extending lndlretalni from
iii tln lountlln Omfltain talni talnimI1 Mlnn an
le tit abt IboJt 8rt SO 10 133 rlor mI1 ml < i s ofToad ofToad8rt ot o road an
< consolidated Iron Ironindebted
b hai to e dlrecl Irn
mortgage
I indebted
J 6JOtQ but the DUluth Mesaba
Xoret TaIlmvay aiWay has MesabI
a bantiemi
e lhUnc of bndei
e 100 first mort
hrcent nlt
Pr Cnt b bfl5 ni dUe du In 1900 100 12
led
de In i I23 rortl morgag g C Ilr er cent
and
U3 S2t4iC
4t Is S UtfO seon sceonmi
r
Iiieatio senl bntb bonds chit In 1913
lltlUon of Roent 15
Rbrt Uacon
rn otJ of 1
Co pal vas Called
to
te caled to
j t t reprt that the
toek lie for the
tt q Uok ot the steel
IUt be mde tmpnnyR Company s sq smde
4Ikti1 i1 taleon on
0 to Ii be e Welnesday Wednesday
Uk nk that txtended extended le ii laid
thete
Or i
that ThA 11 b be no nces
< 1 be In Te grAt groat bulk ot tIme
e by
t Gf l the
7 thetrnMer s tomOrllV oC the nn cmliii It
a tock
t ceortej are re
reptl t
raJ1ttei or b l by the t hnlcal
IJe other ith unpreermt
there
I 0 rtJ t l1osit witi 11 be nr n unprent dls iito5i oal
a
teplls ot that klnI
I of InleflO that tha
the thlt 50 to
Ik Si 5
h5 per perof yenI
f saIl it hA Allady i5fl dew de
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prcbabl
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II I Per r Ctnt ce tomorro nIght nlshtof
a at leiict
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ta aiti lt1 tPrle that PUt ot the
ll 11 of the
UCo7pjr Co7pjr Unlte
frUon Stat
U oul StltlS
M tthe the ro < be tlt titCd to take
iS t rt of the
crfr ecrnpan1 p 1terc n
ttlCII latiss II4tt aaaj Tis by II J One 1 Morgan lor ot thl th an
away all al misunderstandings mlsundrftnndlngs that have havearisen hncarisen havearisen
arisen lately latelY practically prlctcaI failed taied It I Is Isunderstood I Isunderstood
understood that tha Count Lanisdorff 1tsdorl Roe Kusslan nusinn Roeelan
sinn minister of foreign affairs ntnlrs also alsokeenly nlsokeenly alsokeenly
keenly questioned Qen G n von Werder re regarding reo reogrlng regnrding ¬
garding grlng the the German agitation tCltnton In favor favorof
of the annexation nnnexat0n of Austrias German Germanspeaking Germnnspeaing Germanepcaldng
speaking speaing provinces provincesCompany prolncesCompny provincesCompany
Company Compny The bridge company has hasUCOO000 hasCOOOO hasGioooooo
UCOO000 COOOO of stock outstanding outstandingUnited outltandlng outltandlngUnIed outstandingUnited companY
United UnIed Iron Workers WorkersScranton WorkersScr WorkersScranton
Scranton Scr on Pa 1n March Marh 18 ISPresldent ISPresldentJoln 13PresIdentJohn President PresidentJohn
John Joln Mitchell Mitchel of the United Unied Mine MineWorkers MineWorker MineWorkers
Workers Worker of America and District DistrictPresidents Ditrict DitrictIresldeltl DistrictPresidents
Presidents Iresldeltl Nichols Duffy Dury and Fahey Faheyof Fahey Faheyat
of the three thrt anthracite districts Ilstrlcts of ofPennsylvania otPennsylvania ofPennsylvania
Pennsylvania are Ir In session ie8Ion hero this thisafternoon thIsnternoon thisafternoon
afternoon nternoon They will wi take tke up the ques question queston question ¬
tion ton of a conference with wih the th operators operatorson
on 01 the wage wlle schedule nnd on the In Instructions Inslrctons instructions ¬
structions slrctons of last Instweok weeks Hazelton Iazelton con convention canventon convention ¬
vention venton and hope to arrive Irrle at some someplan someplnn someplan
plan whereby such a conference can be besecured be8ecur besecured
secured securedThe 8ecur securedThe d dThe
The present outlook oUtook Is Istlr Ismar far from tm bright brightfor brlshttor brightfor
for a meeting mlotnr of these interests Interelts but an another nnother another ¬
other strike of tho ho anthracite nnthrncle miners minerswill minerswi minerswill
will wi not be declared declunle8 unless the thp situa situation situaton situation ¬
tion ton becomes such as to absolutely de demand tiemacmd ¬ i imand
mand It ItPresident itPresident
President Mitchell Michel will wi remain In InScranton InScranton InScranton I
Scranton all al tho week nnd will wi ilI have haverepeated hnorcpeatld haverepeated
repeated rcpeatld conferences with Ih the old 01 lead leaders leaders leadens ¬
ers He le refuses to discuss dlculs the situation situationbut slnton slntonbut
but says las he Will 1 probably give out a astatement aItatement astatement
statement Itatement later In the day dayMaJ dayMaJ
111 MaJ Nexvbolrt Nenboll Oocs GOCIto to RAn Francisco FranciscoWashington Frnclleo FrnclleoWnshlngton FranciscoWashington
Washington March 18 IBMaj 18Maj MaJ Charles CharlesNcwbold ChnrleNeIbold CharlesNevbokl
Ncwbold paymaster who whorecent recently re returned retured rcturned ¬
turned tured to this city cly from the Philip Philippines Phiip PhiippInes Philippines ¬
pines has hal been en colored orered to San Fran FranCisco Francsco Franclaco
Cisco csco to assist n819t In the payment of the thevolunteer thevolunteer thevolunteer I
volunteer troops returning home from fromthe trm trmthe fromthe I
the Philippines PhilippinesDKFKNUKIl Phiippines PhiippinesDI1F PhilippinesDi
DKFKNUKIl DI1F Di Dm OK Of WTIIE TUB TiE FAITH FAITHW FAITJ FAITJlellontl
W v Hcdmuntl lellontl Hnyn HAnln KlngEUwnrtl EdwA11 Edward tins tinsNo tu tuNo Hacp
No Right lhtto to UNO UHt Title TitleLondon Tile TileLndon TitleLondon
London Lndon March IS ISIn In the house of ofcommons otcommons ofcommons
commons today tOlln Willam William Itedmond ItedmondIrish HeamondIrish RedmondIrish
Irish nationalist nntOlllt gave notice that ho hoWould Itotvomild
Would 011 take nn earlyopportunity arl olJportunly of In Informing Intormlng Infornming ¬
forming King Kln Edward I dwlt that tha he had no noearthly nofrthl noearthly
earthly frthl right to to111 use the title tte of defend defender
er of tho faith tnlh Th Th argument arlment came up upon upon upon
on Mr Ilcdmonds Jedmonl question queslon as to whoih whoihr
er r the title tte would woul appear nPlar on the new newcoins nlr nlrcolnl nevcoins
coins colnl and If I PO what particular Inrtcultr faith faithwns talh talhwos faithwits
wits meant Itnnt The Thccbnncelor chancellor of otthe the ex exchequer exch cxchequer ¬
chequer ch qler Sir Michael HicksBeach HclclDenchi re replied repled replied ¬
plied pled that so long IonI n as the kings klnglltes titles re remalned 1 remained
malned mailel unaltered unalertd they would appear nPPcir on onthe ontho onthe
the coins clnl Then hen Mr Ir Iledmond Itlmond protest protested ¬
ed and was W called cale to order orderNo orderSo orderNo
No Porto Rican m = Decision cclllon Yet YetWashington YetWnhlngtof YetWashlngtot
Washington March Mnrh 18 lNo 18No No case of ofgreat ofIreat ofgreat
great Ireat Importance Im ortance was as decided lelde by the theSupreme theSuprml theSupreme
Supreme Suprml Court today
Chief Justice Justce Fuller Fultr Announced that thatthe thattht thatthe
the tht court would take t ke a recess reH from fromnext trm trmnext fromnext
next Monday for a fortnight
The opinion Is quite quie general generl that the
decision of the tle court curt In the Porto Kloo Klooand H Rhoand
and Philippine I > hlppino questions qUelonswl will not be
announced Innounced until untl after oUelthe the conclusion of ofthat otthat ofthat
that rccewi rccewiUark rCe rCeDarb rcceaBarks
Barks Collide Col one nSlnk Rinks RinksPhiladelphia SinkPhiladelphia
Philadelphia PhladeJphlalarh March 18The schooner
Margaret Iargar t 11 Hi Hoper Capt Cranmer ar arrU arrtrf arrle4
rU rtrf rle4 < i here h r today toda and reported orte that she shecelllded Ihecilde shecollided
celllded cilde with and sank t nk the schooner schoonera
1 a
C A White Whie from tml mum Philadelphia lhlldophla for Dos Boston DostOn haston ¬
ton yesterday ye tercB off ar Abgecun Ablecon N J This Thisclears ThIsc1ar hls hlsclear
clears tip lp limo tl mystery m ster of the collision collisionlepyried collsion collsionrellt collisionmeflomleti
lepyried rellt yesterday by the crew creI of the thelifesaving thelelnvlng timelifesaving
lifesaving lelnvlng station staton at Great Egg I g lnr lnrLor liarbar liar liarbor
bar N J All Al of the crew crl of the White Whitewere WhItewere Whitewore
were rescued by the Itopor Iopfr and brought broughtto brught brughtto
to this city Capt Cramner Crlnme says Ins the theonly th tholly theonly
only olly damage hl hIs vessel sustained was wasthe wasthe wasthe
the loss of her Jib jl b boom The collision collisionoccurred colision colisionoccurred collisionoccurred
occurred at 1215 21 Qunday lnday morning morningExplosion moring moringl niorningExPlosioti
Explosion l In Carbon Works WorksCleveland WorksClovelanl tVorksCleveland
Cleveland Clovelanl 0 March Mlrch 18 ISA A terrific terrificexplosion terrIfc terrIfcoxploslon ternlflcOXpItO
explosion of chemicals In tho laboratory laboratoryof laborior laboriorot
of the National Natonal Carbon Works Work earlj enr earl earltoday
today partially pnrtnly wrecked tho large brick Irlct
building buldlR Fire l re Iroke broke rlie out Immediately
ater after the explosion but
SI08lon blt was soon ex
tinguishe Two
Injlshed men were cauuht un
tier th time
debris Iloth Ilothnnrl vere nMued
WIthut lhou t Bcrlous injury Loss
inury Ls 170OOP
nnrl partially paltinly covered cOerd by Insurance InsuranceAM HOOo
AM A ti1Mr HASBAIKWS
1SSAUOIt OUKDENTIALS OUKDENTIALSMr
Mr Choate Obo tc nail Others OtlurH Hand JAIL Them Themto Thol Tholto
to lUng Jnll IM Edward EdwardLondon dwlrd dwlrdLondon ward i iLondon
London March 18 1SUn1o 18United United States StatesAmbassador StatesAmbnaador StatesAnibassador
Ambassador Ambnaador Choate and nd the other am ambassadors ambassadors ambassadors
bassadors and ministers to Great Brit Mrltaln Britaln Ikitala
aln presented their credentials credlntlls to King KingEdward ICingEdward CJngI
I Edward dwarl at Marltorougli lInrllorouch hoUse at a noon noontoday noontoaay noontoday
today todayKach toaay1ach todayEach
Each 1ach member of the diplomatic dlplomntc corps corpsarrived corpl corpsarnivud
arrived In n nroyal royal carriage draWn rawn by bytwo hytwo bytwo
two horses and nnl was WIK attended atended by three threeroyul threeroyal threeroyal
royal servants attired nttred In long scarlet scarletcloaku Icurlet Icurletcloaku scarletcloaki
cloaku All Al the diplomats Wore levee leveudrees Iwel leveedress
dress dres with wll orders order and decorations leeorltons with withOift withtit vitlithe
the tit exception eXIpton of course of Ambassa Ambassador ¬
dor Choate Cholt who wore evening evenlnf threes dreexThe dree threesThe
The foreign t secretary stcretaryIrl I Lord ord Inns Lansdowne InnsdOWM Iansdowne
downe Introduced the visitors to the theking thoking theking
king king who was Wil ntred attired In 11 a field feld mar marshals marshlla marahats ¬
shals shlla uniform uniformSnvlttjp unltormSnvhl1 uniformSavings
Savings Snvhl1 Tax Hill ll SIIUICtAlmny Signed SignedAlbnny SignedAlbany
Albany Almny Y N March Malh 18 1ov ISGov Gov Odell Odellhas Odel Odeltlma
has lma signed the bills bis passed png ed by the leg legIslature legIslatur legislature
Islature Imposing a l tat of pne per cent centon cnl cnlon centon
on surplus surplul and undivided undlvhlr1 earnings of ofsavings otsavlncs ofsavings
savings banks and an one per pCI cent celt on the thegross the thegross
gross rosl receipts of domestic 1omlstc Insurance Insurancecompanies InsurnnccOlpanlel insurancecompanies
companies cOlpanlel of 810 5 lO of one Ole per p pcrcent r cent on onoreiga
foreign torolgl lire and 011 marine companies
Fraternal I and cooperative coop rUve Insurance Insurancecompanies Insurnce Insurncecomplnles Insurancecompanies
companies complnles are exempted from taxation taxationLiverpool taxnton taxntonMt taxationLiverpool
Liverpool Mt rool Wheat Imports ImportsLiverpool Jliiorcl IlilportsLiverpool
Liverpool March MI < h aThe K The Imports Import of ofwheat otwhunt ofwlmeat
wheat last week were 61500 quarters quntter
from Atlantic Jtnnte porta porUIJtO pontmiGOOd 160M from Pacific Pacificports FaclnctJorts Pacificports
ports and GOO Go from other ports portsTho portsTho portsThu
Tho Tho President Ircshlent llcachcs Jclchef Canton CantonCanton CantonCnnton CaimtoiCanton
Canton 0 March 18 lSIre 18President President ldent Me MeKlnleys McItlnioys fc fcRnteys
Klnleys Rnteys special spcclnlcnr car from Indianapolis Indianapolisreached IndlnnnpoJs IndlnnnpoJsreached Indianapolisreached
reached Canton early clrly this thl morning Iornlng and andwas nndwas andWas
was sidetracked until 7 oclock when
unti
the th President was driven to the Harbar Barblr
homo to Join Mrs McKlnley McJnley and her hersister herslst hersister
sister slst r anti family tamly at breakfast breakfastDanish breaktastUnnlHh brealcfastIanish
Danish Tax IlotY Herorm > riii Hill HillCopenhagen Di 11111Copenhagen
Copenhagen March 18 ISAlhough 13Although Although the thetax thetnx thetax
tax reform bill bi which occasioned such suchpolitical suchpoltcal suchpolillctml
political poltcal bitterness bterness as almost almolt to wreck wrecktho wreckthe rocktho
tho ministry has been lee1 referred to n nconference nc aconference
conference c nterenct committee commltel of the ho rlgndag rlgfdl
It I in 15 Is jut likely lkely the measure me81UICwl will reach reacha
a final oe oleat at the tht present session The Therblnft ThecAbinet
cAbinet hib hA nbandone1 ObandoejjheiIeft theldea thelten of ills illssolution Ils IlsIluton illssolution
solution Iluton as ni the term tlrma af tho jlgsdag ex explres expirs expires
plres pirs cony Clry In April Aprl and new n Jstng w elections electionsWill electons electonsWi electionswill
Will Wi be held for the folkelhlng or orlow orlowr lower r
oltethlng
house These will wllle tie fought fOlrht on the tax taxreform tdxretorm titanreform
reform bill bi Doth I th parties partcs are making
srong vote lron efforts erorts to secure the agrarian agrarianvote a rrlnn
KIND KIN D HEARTED EMPLOYER EMPLOYERYoung
Young Griflhi GrlfnWI Will WiliXot jfoi bo lo Brought Broughtto I Ito
to Salt Lake LakeThe Llk LakeThe I I IThe
The charge ot grand grnnc larceny against
Hob Griffin for stealing stealng n hors and andsaddle andsaddle
saddle 83d10 In Dlngham Dnghui about two years yearsago yearsago rnrs rnrsng nnl
ago ng who wai msa 1 arrested aJst c by Sheriff Sherif New Newman Newmnn Newman ¬
man at Ely Nevada hint been bten dis dismissed dJsrls dismissed ¬
missed rls cd and nnl amid the matter mater settled setted thus thussaving thussnln thussaving
saving snln Sheriff Sherlt Naylor NIlor n trip over In Inthat Intha Inthat
that tha State to bring the young ung man manwho manwho amenmvhmo
who Is about Ibout 10 years of age back bLck to toUtah toUtlh toUtah
Utah Utlh for trial trialThe trIalThe trIalTime
The story ator of the theeettement settlement Is a aphilanthropic a aphliantimropio
philanthropic phianthropic one with wih Hon A AC C Ctlerelammd
Cleveland 1 Of Nevada as the th central centralllgure centrallgr centiililgure
llgure lgr It I will wi bo remembered that thatyoung lhntoung thatyoung
young Griffin was wnl found working worklnson worklnsonthe on onthe onthe
the Cleveland ranch near n nr Ely EII when ar arrested arreeted anrested ¬
rested by the officers otcem there Mr Cleve Cleveland Cleeland Cleveland ¬
land who Is a I wealthy wealhy gentleman gent man and andowns nndowns andOmsns
owns the ranch had been ben cast to toness wit witness witnes ¬
ness the Inauguration Inauguraton of Iresldent Mc McKlnley 1c 1cmnley McICiniey ¬
Klnley nnd lust Saturday wns home homeward homeward homeward ¬
ward bound when Just before reaching reachingOgdcn re reachingOipicn hlng hlngOlden
Ogdcn Olden he purchased a a Salt Lake paper paperand paperAnd vaperand
and happened to read rnd the account nccoln t of oftho attho oftime
tho young mans mals arrest For the first firsttime firstiliac rt rttme
time tme he thus learned leare the story leading leadingim leding ledingU
im U to the boye capture captur and Instead of
proceeding Ilroceeelng to his home he changed his hiscourse hiscourse hiscourse
course came down to this city cl sought louglt
Sheriff Sherl Naylor and the th parties putes interest interested ¬
ed In tho case and offered oleell to pay them themthe themthe themthe
the value of the stolen property prperty Il stating statng atatin atatinthat
that Grtfltn Grlln was wa but butn n boy bo that he had hadconducted hadcondultla ha haconducted
conducted condultla himself as an honest and nn up upright UIIright upright ¬
right young oung roan f1an since ho had been In Inhis InIlls Inlila
his employ and continuing cntnullg Mr tr Cleve Cleveland Clecland Cleveland ¬
land said I have placed him in school schoolntn schoolon
ntn on educating Iducntng him him and an have a deep In Interest interest ¬
terest terst In his hll welfare weltae A compromise compromisewas Ofltmlee Ofltmleewas
was soon Slon effected as al the ofllccrs oOccrl here herefelt herefelt
felt disposed to help young young Gdflln Grjln along
the road rad of success as tar as a possible possibleand
and Mr Cleveland continued contnued his hil jour J6urnpy j journay ur urIIY
nay IIY yesterday csterdla a happy man Ho will willalso willalso vI
also pay Pl all al costs Incurred by the of officers ofncor offleere ¬
ficers who arrested the th young fellow fellowand t low lowanll hlow hlowand
and will wi see e that Griffins Grlfns name nllf is isshielded isshleldMn Isshielded
shielded ns far as he h h can cln from the re reproach rellruc relarouch ¬
proach llruc caused Clusc1 by b his arrest arrestJohnson nrreet arrestJoimnomm i iJohnon
Johnson TS s Hanxon HanxonThe Innlun InnlunThc himmmnionThe
The trial of the th case cas of John P John Johnson John Johnson Johnson
son vs s Emma Hanson was In progress progressbefore prgre progressbefore s sbetorc
before Judge Hall nai all 11 of today tOny The Thesuit Xhelult Thesuit
suit Is to cancel two deeds decis executed executedby
by b plaintiff plaintf and given to defendant defendantabout detenllnntabout defendantabout
about eight ellht years ear ago Albert Johnson
John Johnson Johnsl und Joseph Johnson Johnsongrand JohnsonIrand Johnsongrand
grand Irand children chidren of lt tho plaintiff Jlalntl nnd oth others otherl 0thera ¬
ers erl were ere examined exmined tfiday a nnd gave
testimony testmony tending tendinG to 10lhow show that the old oldgentleman 011 oldgentleman
gentleman gentemnn was wn incompetent tncom etent when he hesigned heII liisIgned
signed II gnC the deeds The Tle case was not
finished InlshC when court adjourned ndJoumedtor for the
day I
I
Mrs tl Haywood Jawooc Jets ctl Divorce DivorceJudge Dltore DltoreJUIIle DIVorceJudge I
Judge JUIIle Hall 1al thin thl forenoon tore noon granted Ef
fle fe fi hayward Iaward a divorce divore from trm gnte her hus ¬
band bant J W HRynood URwoo Tho plaintiff plaintiffwfts
vas wls also Ilso awarded swardl th til tim custody custoy plalntl of their theIrlauher
daughter lauher aged aled 7 years tra SD M O attorneys atoreys
frts trs nnd Ui i5 per month alimony almony com commencing commendog cormainenelng ¬
mencing with lh April Aprl1t let 1J01 1J01The 101 101The 190LThe
The ground grund upon which the th action actionwas actionwas
nton ntonwal
was wal based b d was failure talure to provide prhe The Theparties TheIJRrtles Timemettles
parties were married In thl
mnrlC city De December Deember December ¬
ciy
cember i 24 HW I Edna Mcintyre 11cnte cor corroborated corrborted eorroborated ¬
roborated rborted plaintiff plalntr in her testimony tclhnolY to tothe tothe tothe
the effect el t that the allegations nUegaton In the thecomplaint thecomplaint thecomplaint
complaint were wr true tro S
GOY WELLSLIST itiLi VELLS LIST LISTOfficials OF F APPOINTEES APPOINTEESOfficials
1
0 0Olclals
Officials Olclals and Terms TerJls of Individualracd IldlVldUaJ ed hyUm by Him During the theLegislature theLegislat he heLegislature
Legislature Legislat nrc Which Ha liaif Sst ClosedThe ClosedTheVarious ClosedTheVarious ClosedTheVarious
H5tst
Various Bwrds Brd IrdsI I
It I will wi bo observed obsered from tho follow following tolow tolowIn following ¬
ing In list of appointees submitted submIted to the theLegislature theLeglslnturo theLegislature
Legislature by Governor Wells Wels that thatthere tll tllthere thiittthere
there are a number 11lnb r of Important Importantchanges hnprtnnt hnprtnntchanges imnptrtaratchanges
changes throughout particularly on his hisown hisown hisOwn
own staff etlt these theslllt latter r being bell occasioned occasionedby cnlioned cnlionedby
by tho removal ranoval from the thl State of Col Colonel Colonel Cclouch ¬
onel John JohnMet Metier r the thalcath death of Colonel ColonelThomas ColonolMma ColonelThOmas
Thomas Mma J Stevens and the resigna resignations resignatiOn slgn slgnns ¬
tions ns of Colonels Colonls Wallace Walace Bruback lrblk and andNebcker nildNebeker 11d 11dNebelter
Nebcker Nebelter Tho full tul list of appointment appointmentIs
Is at a follows followsOovcrnonmt
OovernorM Oovernr a followsOovernorM tolows Staff fthalls taffCImimnles Charles 8 Burton BurtonSalt Durton l3urtonSalt
Salt Sa1 Lake county adjutant adjutnt general generalrank geMrnlirank generalraimk
rank of brigadiergeneral brlgdlergelra Nophl W WClayton WClayton WClayton
Clayton Bait Ialt Lake county quarter ciuartermater tlul quarterimmater r rlnAteI
mater lnAteI general generalS 8 H Ilnkorton Salt SaltLake Bilt BiltLle HaltLake
Lake Lle county surgeon Itr eon general with withrank wll withrank
rank of colonel Benner X Smith Bait BaitLaliu BaItLJte HaltLake
Lake LJte county Judge advocate ntvQcnto general generalrank gencrnlrank generalrank
rank of colonel clonel William WlllrJ J Hliealey HliealeyWeber Hlealey HlealeyWollr UhealeyVber
Weber Wollr countycommlssary c untcomllsary generalraak generalraakOf generlmnk generlmnkot
Of colonel cololellorrls Morris L L Itltchm Htchl Halt Hal Lake Lakecounty Ikocounty IAkOcounty
county Inspector general genorl gen ral rank rnk of col colonel rol rololil coiomil ¬
onel olil i George Ge rgo A Seaman R lnIU Millard lIard coun county count coonty ¬
ty t general cenelal Inspector of target prim practice pro protcerarik primlice ¬
lice tcerarik rank of colonel co olel John I D Spencer Spencerof
of Salt SIt Lake county aide ul n de camp camprank Clm Clmrnk camprank
8 8Ferry 9Fern SFerry
rank rnk of lieutenantcolonel leutenntcolonel Edward
Ferry Salt Bai Lake Lke county COlnty nldo do camp camprank campmnk camprank
rank of lleutennntcolonel John Q QCannon QCannon j jCannon
Cannon Salt I Lake Ke county Clnt brigadier brlgadlerScneral brllodlcr brllodlcrgenerl brigadiergeneral
general generl of the National Guard GuardState GuarStlte GuardState
State Stlte Industrial lndustrlalBchoolN BchoolN C Fly FlyBare myKare Flygate
Bare ofWebereount of Weber county for four our years yearsRichard yenraJehar yearsRleimard
Richard Jehar T Hume llmeor of Weber county for forthe tortho fortime
the remainder of the unexplred term of ofJ otJ ofJ
J H I McMlllen ltcMlen deceased deceaKfdRepents deceUd deceUdHelnts deceasedtegents
Repents Helnts of the State UnlverBlty UnlverBltyJames tTnlversltyJamea niversityJames
James Sharp of Snit Lake county foe foethe fot forthe
the term tlrm of C four years ending endln July Jul
1 IDOl Muses MUif1 Thatcher of Unit Sni Lake Lakecounty Llt Lltcounty Lakecounty
county for the term of four years ear end ending cml cudhag ¬
hag lig July 1 1904 1904Governing 190 1904Governing
Governing Hoard loard Utah Art t Institute InstituteJ Insttute InsttuteJ
J T Hanvood IanvooSll Salt Lake Lke county four fouryenra touryekr furyears
years H 1 I A Culmcr C hnel Salt anl Lake Lakecounty Lakecount Lakecount
count three tree yearn relrs Mrs Elizabeth 1zabeth C CJlcCune C1IcC CttcCumme
JlcCune 1IcC ne Dem Del Kalt Iri Lake Lke county countythree crilntYi crilntYithree criUtitythree
three years Mrs 11m Mary UOI Teasdel TenlpI Bait BaitLake Baittake UnItLake
Lake county threo yeurs yelrs lire Aunt AllroMerrill Alco AlcoMerri AuntMerrill
Merrill Merri Home Hore Dem Den Salt Lake Llk coun county county countyl ¬
ty three thr e years cara W aWare E Ware Salt llt alL Lake Lakecounty Lukl Lakecounty
county two years yearl G I F l Taggnrt Tng rt Salt SaltLake SaILLke SaltLake
Lake Lke county two years year Confirmed ConfirmedState Conflrl ConfirmedState
State Hoard Boardot of HtalthDr IenlhDr 8 H Al Allen AIlen Allen ¬
len Utah Uah county to fill tll the vacancy vacancycaused vaeancycaused cancy cancycauled
caused cauled by b the resignation reslgna11Cn of Dr W ITH WIt WR
It Plktt whose term expires cxplfls Dec Dc 21 211W2
1W2 102 Dr Frank 1raok B nSttele Steele Juab county countyfor
for Or time Ie term ending Dec Dec 21 1907 Dr DrWlllard DrWilard DrWillard
Wlllard Wilard Y 1 Croxall Crxll Cache county count for forthe torthe forthe
the term tera ending Dec 31 19DG 19DGStfltc 190 390GState
State Stlte Hoard Uontdot of Medical Examiners ExaminersFor xallnera xallneraFor
For the term of two years yenr Dra DrsE Eph Ephralm Epitrulm h hrlm
ralm Gowan Cache S L Urlck We Weber Webr Weher ¬
her br Bryant nrlnt Strlnjfhnm Btrln ham Davis A C CEwlng CEwing CEwing
Ewing Salt Sni Lake Ellas Elns S Wright Salt SaltLake SailLke SaltLake
Lake J C Hanchett Hun < het Salt Lake R RW Hv I
W v Fisher FIHhfrSnt Bolt Lake LakeState InkeSlute LakeState
State Board of Education ElundonFrnnk Educ tionFrank Frank D DCooper DCooper 13Cooper
Cooper Salt Lake county COlnty tour years yearaWilliam yearsWilliam enr
William Wiiam B Marks Tooela Toele county cunty four fouryears tourenrs fouryears
years yearsState yearsState enrs enrsStateDtarofI
State StateDtarofI Board of Pharmacy V HCarr HCarrCache I H HCa Car
VWr ourlt nv y an B dUtll dUtllCache
Cache Ca he county live lve years yearsState yearsState e8rs e8rsState
State Silk Sik CommlMlon CommltilonJr Conmniisslon4Irs Mrs Richard RichardSlcgel RichardSiegel RichardSiegel
Siegel Salt Si Lale county live lve years yearsMlsn years18t yearsdis8
Mlsn 18t Maria E Zundell Zundel lioxeldcr Doxlder coun county county county ¬
ty five fve years yearsDirectors yearsDirectors yearsDlrector
Directors of D A 8 II lf Society
John J C Cutler Cuter Salt fa1t Lako county to toIllljthe tofl tofiIlthe
Illljthe fl li the vacancy caused cusMby by the t resigna resignation resignationof a aUonot ¬
tion Uonot of John R I Winder Wlndervhose whose term termexpires termIres termejires
expires Ires March Marh P193 > IMS Get V 1 Beck Beckstead DeckI Beckstead
stead I II Bait Lake county for the tle re renkinder r rIndtr non4sclndcr
nkinder Indtr of ottte the unexplred un plr d term leo of o S SW SWS 3W
W WS Be resigned whoso hosoterm hosotermu term termexpires termexpires
expires u lrel March 9th th 1S03 193 Ruth ItuthM Iuth IuthM RuthM4Jrox
M M4Jrox Fox Salt RI1 7x Lake ke county to nil niltheremalnder nl fillheremaInder
theremalnder he Jot remalnder of the term of Mrs Mar Marfliifot MnrNlf Marputt
putt lf l U Salisbury Balsbury resigned r flmed whostS whostStx wlwld wlwldNN iiosi iiositPi
tx NN tPi h expires fxplre March S i 1903 190JMoses Moses W WTfrVlf Wtlr IVSalt
TfrVlf tlr Salt Sal Lake Lke county for the re reniHlnder rerIndcr noinMinder
niHlnder rIndcr of the unoxplred term of Hal HalW lnl lnlW halIV
W Brown Brwn resigned rlHlged whose term ex expired exr1lr exlIrc ¬
pired March 1frh 9 JW3 93 O3 J 0 McDonald McDonaldSajt McDon1 McDonaldtit
r1lr Sajt 1t tit Lake Le county cOUntto to fill 11 the thl vacancy vacancycautted vncnncrced vacanc vacanccnmsmed
cautted by the resignation of K J J Con Cont7tl ConliJ Conr7Il
t7tl liJ whose term expires ePre March 9 1903 1903jjtffcte 1903t 1903te
jjtffcte t tc llard board of corrections iorrectioumsGoo orreoIIGo Goo A Alima AIf AL
lima L rt Bull Lake Llke county clnty four years yearsrafM yearsJaa
rafM If 1 A t Smith Silt SI1Lakc Lake county for forthe tort fortia
the t f remainder of the unexplred term termof termotrrancs termoIrancts
of Francis otrrancs Armstrong Arstrnl deceased whose whosetvrm whosotHm whosettm
tvrm expires eJIJlt s April Alrl 5 1903 1903tytate 1903ltnte 1903Ljtate
tytate school Ichollorlho for the deaf deatduml dumb and andblind Gnl andbIndMrs
blind htnd1lr bIndMrs Mr A J 15 1 Corny Co ray Weber coun countyfor countY counytor ¬
tyfor tY tor the remainder rmulnder of of thu unoxplrtid unoxplrtidtrrm ulx lrld lrldhl
trrm hl of Harriet Iarl t K 1 Emerson Emerlon resl re reettnitd reettnitdmiirre aned anedhlo ncd ncdtfhso
tfhso hlo term cxplics CXJte Feb 1 1903 Fred FrorlWf Frlr1 Frlr1W Fredv
Wf v Chambers Chnmbr Weber count for the theremainder th thermnnIrmder
remainder r rnlnder of the unoxplrod term of Ed EdWn EdtYIfl J JVlnHrttord
Wn VlnHrttord Stratford deceased deeealed vhoae Wholt term qx qxpjfes exlilt cxlitfes
lilt pjfes Feb 1 1903 193 M L IIUchlo I Ritchie Salt Salthike Solt Soltkl SaltJtke
hike four
kl county yearn yearnJ yearRaCtmher years1Mmhers
J aCtmher 1Mmhers Mom here of State I IAld Ismnd nnd Hoard loardJ Boardi J W WIf Wtrnclcen IVI3racken
If JiracUen trnclcen rejected rjfcled John J111 P Sorenson Sorensonrejected Sornlon Sornlontcjtct Sorensontejected
rejected tcjtct d Byron Oroo Cro Dem Del Salt Lake Lnkeconfirmed Lk Lkrontrmed Lakectntirmed
confirmed rontrmed herschel ter chel Hullcri Bulcn Helm Hel of ofCJnche oranchc otCache
Cache confirmed c0l0red T I D > Rees Hep of of8anpet otfnnpPl ofSanpctt
8anpet fnnpPl cnnllrmed conlrnledj J A Melvlllo Melvlo of ofMllliiW orMIih1 ofMii1a1
MllliiW MIih1 continued conllrmedyTillard conlrmed conlrmed11lnrt continuedVilIard
yTillard 11lnrt Hansen IbnH n of Box Elder county countyfor
for Vu Dairy and Food 1001 Commissioner Commissionerwithdrawn Commissionerwllrwn Commissionerwithdrawn
withdrawn wllrwn and Moroni Helner of Mor Morgnn Morgan Morgmcn
gnn nounty rolnt appointed npP lnlMCon Confirmed ConfirmedCoftl red redCMI
Coal MIne InspectorQornqr InspetOGohQr Thomas ThomasSuinmlt ThomnsInjl TimonmasStunilt
Suinmlt Injl county count conflrmed conflrmedlilember confrml eonfirnmedieniber
lilember State Hoard I0rll Hortlculiurc HortculureB IIorticulureI3I U UH7
H7 1 Bower of Utah Confirmed ConfirmedFor Confrmed ConfrmedFor
For membtrs nl rb r tf f the State board barl of ofequalUatlonIlobert ateq ofequftllxatlonItobert
equalUatlonIlobert eq nIJatJonno erc C Lund of tt Wash WashIneton WashIngton Washington
Ington county two years cu J J Thomas Thomasof Tlotas Tlotasof
of Salt It Lake Lke two tw > years yeal Ye Thomas ThomasDee hom1 D DDee I IBeta
Dee qf Weber four years and tnd Swen 0 0Nielsen 0Nielsen 0Nielsen
Nielsen of it t Sanpete four years yearsFor ycU ycUIor yearsFor
For Ior memberfi menherA of the lx 1 board > > ard of trustees trusteesof trtiel
of ofthu the Agricultural A rleulurnlC College CollegeMr l c Mrs tn Em Emily Emly EumiIly ¬
ily ly B f Richards Rchards of Suit S SaItLake 1rke take four tourrean tourreanlrenzo years yearsLorenzo yearsLorenro
Lorenzo Hanson Unnen of Cache CAehcfoureal four yearn yearnJIr yearshire
hire 1rr J E IJaxley BalIY of Weber four years yearsSeth yearsSeth ear
Seth Lanston Lntonof of Cache Cocho to succeed succeedOeorge succee succeeOeorge succeedleorge
Oeorge W Morrcll Morel resigned whose whoseterm whosoHmn whosethrmn
term expire March Marh 2 150J 193 John A AMcAllister A AMcAllister
McAllister JeAIRtet of Cache to succeed Bucce d M W WMerrill Wrrl WMrnlhl
Merrill rrl resigned r sls6d whose term expires expiresMarch ephes epheslrch expiresarch
March lrch arch 2 1903 1903I 1903nor 1903iFor
I nor For member mlmb u of the State Stte board bard of oflibor otbr ofhbor
libor br conciliation onelalo and arbitration IrbltrtonJ IrbltrtonJDavellr arbitrationJII J Jfl
fl II Daveler Davellr one IDe year enr E A Wall Wal three threeyearp threee threeearr
yearp e r and John Nicholson Ilchobon five voyenrs voyenrsdl years yearschairman yearstmairnmnn
dl chairman lrmnn ot the board boardState boarc boardState
j State hoard of dental exnmlnem examinersWfl xlmlnenW W WH
H Buther Salt Sal Lake IJff county four fouryears fouryrars fouryears
years yrars Harry lary W Davis Salt Lako Lakocounty Lakoulty Takoroutmty
county ulty four t Ur years nr Ocorffe Oeor lE B Eller Ellerfiock Eler Elerbl Ellerhotk
fiock bl k Salt a1t I Luke county clnty fur the term termnvllnif termll termUi
nvllnif Ui fa April B 1M lhOt A 8 Chapman Chapmanlimit Chapmanti
limit ti Ir ll t Lakccounty L ko AprI5194ABChapman AprI5194ABChapmanIr iiunt for or the lhetermcndln < termcndinc termcndincApril t rmendingVpri1
April J rl 6 190J 190JTHUEE 190TUIEE 1901TRItER
THUEE TUIEE MORE MOR COMING COMINGTlie COMINGTle
rime Tle State engineer State flab l h and andgame andgame andgame
game commissioner comrloner engneerj and tho State Stote l hak hakexamIner hank hankexaminer uik uikexaminer
examiner havo yet to tobo be appointed appointe
MINISTERS TO CONTINUE CRUSADE CRDSADEWill
Will Wi Concertedly Denounce Vice ice From Their Pulpits Pulpis on Sunday SundayNext SundayNextPublc SundayNextPublic
Next NextPublc NextPublic Public Morals Must be Bettered Betered BetteredPaper BetteredPaperon Papers Paperson Plpri
on Daniel Webster
The ministerial association n 80cla 101 of San BaftLake SanLke SaltLike
Lake Lke held Its regular regllllr weekly meeting meetingthis meetng meetngthts
this morning moring In the rooms of the Y M MC MC MC
C A The meeting metng was wa of more than thanusual thnnusual thanusual
usual interest interestThe Interest interestThe
The Thener Kev Dr Bagby the newly elect elected eJectc electccl ¬
ed c president of the association assocnton presided presidedand d dand
and the early enrl part of the th time tme was wasspent wnsIpent wasspent
spent Ipent In a discussion dicu8slon of thepresent con condition condllon condition ¬
dition dllon of public ublc morals in Inthl this city and andof IIu1 IIu1of almdof
of the possible and probable Irobabiemean8 means to toput toput toput
put a stop to the spread of vice In Salt BaitLnke SaltLke SaltLake
Lake Lke Tho ministers minIster considered the sit sitnation situalon situation
nation ualon to be a grave one and a resolu resolution resoluton resolution ¬
tion ton was passed pased that on next Sunday Sundaythe Sunln Sunlnthe
the 24th Instant the ministers minister will willpreach wl villpreach
preach on the subject of public publc morals moralsfor moralstor moralsfor
for the purpose ot enlisting enlstng publto publc opin ¬
ion against agaInt tho spread spraacnndcntnuaton spraacnndcntnuatonof spreaclandeontinuation spreaclandeontinuationof and continuation continuationof
of vice In II this community communityThen
Then followed tolowedan an address ndltsl by Ilev Dr DrR Drn DrH
R 0 McNIece tc lece the president pre hout of the theSheldonJflckson theSbeldonJackson theSheldonJackson
SheldonJflckson college rolec on What Whatshould Whathould Whatshould
should bo 10 our estimate eiUmate of Daniel Web Webster Webster Webster ¬
ster and His Is Career Corer The he address addresswas aidress aidresswus
was an eloquent loquelt eulogy on the great greatness greatnl89 greatmiss ¬
ness nl89 of Webster as a lawyer lawyerorator orator and andstatesman ands1ateaman andstatesman
statesman for a a period lirlo extending over overforty oertorty overforty
forty years As to his intellectual intellectualgreatness Intelectual Intelectualieatn intellectualgreatness
greatness ieatn ss Dr McNIeco McNlco said ld he sun surpassed surNpnssed sunpassed ¬
passed any man In greatness of Intel Intellect Intelleet Intellect ¬
lect as an orator lawyer and nndstatOI nndstatOImal states statesman tntogmania ¬
man mal Some things thlnlln In Websters life lifewere le lewcr lifecrc
were wcr crc to tobo bo regretted resrttqd His la forgetfulness
In money mutters ml ter and his hIl Intemperance Intemperancewere Intemperace IntemperaceWere
were unChnstlan unChr Unnlke like but notwith notwithstanding notwlh notwlhslnndlng notwithstanding ¬
standing this thll Webster died a good goodChristian god godChrbtnn goodChristianand
Christian Chrbtnn Christianand and the Influence othls career careerIn creer creerIn
In forming a national 110nal spirit oT loyalty loyaltyand loyatr loyatrana loyaltyanti
and value union underestimated ulderestmated can never be forgotten torgoten or Its Itsvalua 11 11alua itsvalue
SENSATION INJljPOLICE I TUEPOLICE TilE POLICE COURT COURTJudge
Judge Timmony Tinmooy Refers Ironically Ironicaly to the RcceitOutburstof ReceltOutbr of Re Reform Reform Reform ¬
form in Salt Lake Lakeaod and Fines Offenders Ofender TerCeats TeaCts Each El
The chief attraction atrcton in the te police policecourt plce plcecourt policecourt
court this afternoon nteroon was the he cases casesoglnst cuenglnet casesaglnst
oglnst Joe House Iouse 0 C Either Elrr and L LF LF LF
F Harr saloon men accused of per permitting permltng perrnitting ¬
mitting mltng gambling semblng In their places of ofbuslnci ofbUslnc ofbusines
buslnci There Therlel seemed d to be a a spirit spiritof
of uneasiness pervading the court room roomand rm rmand roomanti
and the defense was 4 reluctant reI etAnt to go to totrial totrIal totrial
trial Finally FInly Attorney Atorney Ed EdMcGurrJn EdMcGurrJnwho McOurrln McOurrlnwho McOurrlnwhmoappearcd
who whmoappearcd appeared for Mr House 1ouse arose and andeald andsid andaaid
eald sid sid1our
Your honor we e agree to admit admt that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the evidence evlente In this case cle will wi show that thatthe thntthe thattime
the defendant cCfenela nl was In control of the thoplac th theplace
plac of business bu mess mentioned mentonld In the thecomplaint thecomplaint thecomplaint I
complaint and that a game glme of cards cardsnas cars carsal cardsWas
Was al played 1lael there ther but It was for the thedrinks thodrink thedrinks
drinks and not nt for money ron y and that thatthe thatthe
the chips In n evidence did not represent representmoney reprsent reprsentmoney reprosenfmoney
money moneyWe moneyWe
We are ar willing wiing to submit the case caseon cle caseonthat
on onthat that evidence If the court curt please plcaaereplied plc pleaseIepiletl e eleple
replied leple Prosecutor DIehl DlehlArc DIehlArc DielmiArc
Arc you u ready etl for this caw cos to be bedisposed bedl bedIroaetl
disposed dl tl of oU asked aske the court courtThe courtThe courtThe
The defense was 0 ready readyThe rad radThe readyrite
The coutt then read rfl the ordinance ordinanceupon ordinanceupon ordinanceupon
upon which the complaint cmplnlnt Was based basedFEDERAL basedFI3DERAL
bled bledFEDERL
FEDERAL FEDERL COURT COURTA CURT CURTA
A notice notce of otlntenton Intention to Intervene Int rene In Inthe IntIme n ntho
the caw cae of B M JanIs and H n It ItConklln nConkln ItConklin
Conklln Conkln vs Bear D r River Rh r Irrigation IrIgtion and andrden andOgden nd ndOgdcn
Ogden Water Works Work company ompal ald aldo aml amlmm ad
o
I mm
and called attention atentonto to the fact that It
did not It make provision for fora a same lae of
cards where the drinks only
drInk were In ¬ I Iohed
volved Judge Timmony rlrmony said sid said1cm
In these gambling IIlblncl8tbere ganmblingcascg coaca there ems Cm I
to have teen ben a desire delr to go g o from trm one oneextreme onetxreme oneextreme
extreme txreme to another For yean yelgam gam
bllm blnlhusblen has hasbeen teen permitted Jrmltedto to be Haunted
In the thetacrs faces of ofhepWpleot Ottiiepcopieof the people of thl naunte city
by the tle big bI gaines gae which itally 161 ciy did dl
harm land d now that thee e pawn have
tlltth
been stopped 8toPII d they are GoIng ff to the thooth thoother oth other othCr ¬
er extreme etrmo of stopping loppln a game of cards
I do not rot believe beleQ that where gme a taw cf cnrs gen ¬
tlemen temeng go Into a place anti ad play piA a 1 itof jranw gamo
of slough IIOUlh for the th drinks drnk that there Is Isany Isony isany
any harm ham In it I I Ida do not b bl believe lleve ve that
the law contemplates conteml1tes such lulh as al gambling
This Thlt section ectont is very ver ambiguous aablRuoul a1blng There Ther
may ray have been a atehnlcal technical violation of
law 1
lawStand
Stand UP ordered ordert Judge Timmony
The defendant d dt trdlt rdaimt stood tod up Jud Tmrony
The sentence of the
court rur Is that you OU
P py pay y a fine fne of ten cents centaThe The sentence
was wal received r lve with Jb a roar fr from tom the
spectators apeolatos and when quiet wa once
more Iore restored fslord the other othlr defendants
agreed Ilneci to submit their case c upon the im
statement Itnte1ent made in the first trt case CAl upn t
Tha Te Thecourt court then imposed ImpolC a I Iliac M of ten te
cent each ech upon them themThe themTe themThe tl
The Te fines Ines were ere paid paidother paIdother ld ldother
other papers paprs were wer filed fje In the thoteerl federal
court cour today toay todayby by Hjrrum Jr Chrlsterwtn ChrateMtnand and
Oscar Osar Ilarrt Harris They The claim that they
deeded deded onehalf of their property hold
Ings In s along the Bear D r Rlv Jr River prprty r canal cnal to the
said defendant detendalcmpan company for the wr
pctutl pituII wat watrlht watirnighti rrtthu for fG the tbett oU other r oa 0 0L came cameI Pr
I
L
half The contract COltrnct was wns never neVr kept k kthl keptthu y
tho thl tail fnll Irrigation Irrlgnlon company nr anl and < j tt tiwater a awater
water was used elsewhere elltmher to the rret r t it I
damage damalo of the property l1rOIrtv M 1jnltr ° nglrf TVi TVithe J Jthl
the thl IntervcnoM InIIVenVri They wish to tovene t int1 int1ene
vene ene and have thd th cbntrlla cntraels aniwi anru4 anru4and Itr d dand
and the thedees deeds returned retured to them annuli KM KMother Withotimer Iih Iihother
other considerations cOlsldcratcns for the thedone thedone
dugu dugudone
done doneNO I INO II
II
I I IO
NO O HOPE FOR ItKCOVEIlV ItKCOVEIlVYlncento ImCOYEUri ImCOYEUriVJnccnto ItECOVERVVinceuto
Ylncento bcappatura SCQPpaturl Is Dying DrllR at t tHoly th thHoly IhL IhLJoly
Holy Joly Cross Hospital HospitalYlncento Josillnl 1IopltnIVincento f fInccnto
Ylncento Scappnturn Sca p one of the mil milslcal rut rutIlcal rootalcal
slcal Ilcal figures fgures in Salt lt Lakcn early dari dariIs darJ a ais
Is lyJng unconscious at nlthe the Holy Ctci Ctcihospital COf Cmdhospital
hospital Isplal with hardly hrdly a arn ray ot hope hopWa hopeh13 t t11i
Wa 11i recovery He Je Is IH6uterng suffering from fromabcoss Cror non a anlcesa aabce
abcoss nlcesa abce of tho Inner ear known to th thphysicians tl ttphysicians
physicians as mastoid A little ltte ovtn ovtnweek 1er 1erweek ov ovmeek
week ago he Ie was operated operatel on ly y
Hnow and lnd Improved rapidly raphly until unti untilterday v vterdny
yEf yEftetday
terdny morning lorll when a recurrence rturrn recurreseetime o othe 0the
the trouble t rou ble made a second operatlot operatlotnecessary oleraUol Operatiomne
Ine necessary ne Car cssary He hat + not regained reglined Con coasclousneas Consclou COOscIousnOas
sclousneas sclou nll since silcethe tOme operation opcrnton and an it itlate I itlate
late hour this afternoon It was thu thuthat though thoOththlt thoughthat
that thlt he could not live liveMr lve lveMr liveMr
Mr Scapjintura lint hUl a brother brthe In En Enrekn tureka tnreka
reka nnd a sister al ter in this city clt He le i ialso Iallo ialso
also allo a 1 cousin of Prof Joseph 1 i Ii Turort Turortof
of tho University Hs His later year yearhave yearhave ear earhl
have hl ve been devoted dlVotel to time tie teachlpt teachlpgmusic H Hmusic u umusic
music musicPERMISSION musicPEUMlSElN musicPE1tMISiION
p
PERMISSION PEUMlSElN BY LETTER LETTERtittle LWr1EIL LWr1EILLltc LETlEILLittle
Little Lltc Colorado C lora o Girl OJriaii Can Now > ow Uatrj UatrjTlioujrh 3Irr 3IrrThough lrrT lrrTbougl
Though bougl Very VeryCounty Vcr lOUII uoiiiig
I IC 1County
County C unty Clerk James reports that thathas tht h hhaa hbaa
has received Ieee Ived u I letter Ieter from the patent patentof pUent pUentot pementof
of MIsH MI I Mary G Gilbert Gllert of Maflaiw MaflaiwColorado Ml MaAatnColorado a5
Colorado which Is certified to by bycoumity tht thtcounty thcoulty
county clerk cerk of thnt county countyconsent eltln eltlncon gltinconsent
consent con ent to the marriage of their theirter da datgh4 datgh4ten gb gbter
ter who Is only sixteen years yearl of ofThe aEC aECTho sc scTho
Tho young lady with wih her Intended Itende huM huMband huHbnni hu huband
band bnni William Wllnm Jackson applied I ple t CC fr frmarriage < a amarriage
marriage license lcense about a week we K ago agoThey asoThey agoThey
They had u I letter Ieter frOm tr m Miss Jss Gilbert Gllbwtiiparentsgiving Glbut GlbutIJfrnts Gilbertparents
parentsgiving IJfrnts parents glvlnl gtvIng their consent conHnt buttle buttlelaw but t th thhess
law requires rquires thatthe thntthe that time parents in Inuc utli utlicases ucicases
cases should cither appear In wittf rrl rrlor peritumor wittfor
or send a permit certified to by itej itejcounty tb tbcounty tbcounty
county clerk celk where wherl they the live liveIt le leIt liveIf
It the young couple will wi now call cal itj itjMr a aMr seMr
Mr James olllce oilce they will wl be aceomt aceomtmodated aCI amocoimodated
modated with wih the desired wedding JH JHmil per permit
pr prL
mil L i iFilOM IlU IJQUiiI
lU JQUiiI FilOM J J HILL HILLChicago ILL ILLi ILLChiao hILLChicago i
Chicago Chiao Great Western Wester Secures Mason MasonCltj 3IaioaCity ISI
City Clt Routl UOl UOlNew lloitdNew 1 1New
New York March 18 lSPesldent 18President President X XB A A AB
B Stickney of the Chicago Great GreatWestern Greati GreatiWestAI OreatIWestern
Western WestAI railroad ralrl stated today that thaile thailecompnn the thecompany thecompany
company had purchased from President PresidentJ I > mldent
J J Hill ll of the Great Northern Norther rail railway rai railway ¬
stock and tndbonds antbonds I Ibonds
way all the tie outstanding
bonds of the Mason City Ciy and nnt Fort FortDodge FurtIotIg i iJQlrp
Dodge JQlrp railroad llroac The terms are not notstated nolstaed notstated
stated staed The road will wit be held as > i a iproprietary aproprlftary aproprietary
proprietary line lne of the Chicago Chln o Ureat UreatWestern Or t1reatWestern al alWester
Western Wester rind nndnt not Incorporated Into the thesystem IhlsyslemT thesystem
system syslemT The purchase purclasB Includes the coal coallelds coaliteMs i ifields
fields lelds near nc r Forl Dodge 10lg owned by the IbtW thel thelIPbMter I IWclHt
WclHt W IPbMter bltcr < T Counj Coalcompany CollcOl CoaIcomlranyThe lutnr lutnrhe i iThe
The he purchs gives glvoshe the Chicago ortat ortatWestern Grat GratWesEr rtal rtalWe3tern
Western WesEr a 1 HntUo 100 Fort Dodge and con connectlon conMcton conrmection
nectlon with wih cool coallel1 field there Dr i1 r con construction constructon conSatruction ¬
struction Mcton of a a pow linn Inl from Muot MuotCity MuonCity MaoonCity
City structon to Manly Junction Jincton connection connecton vlll vlllbe viiibe 1
be mack mnt with the th companys St St P Paul Paullne Paulline al alline
line und In another now branch will wi con connect rn rnnect commnect
nect lne with Ith the companys Chicago Chicgo dlls dllsIon d1 dlviiiou
Ion IonThe The Mason City Fort Dodge rail railroad ri railroad
road extends ext nds from Mason 190n City Cly to near nearFort nla nearlort
1oall Fort Dodge about 90 miles mUps and wu wubuilt mviibuilt U Ubuit
built buit some 10me years tnn ago by b President il ilHill I J Jll
Hill ll Then Therp are USOo HSOOOO bonds out outstanding outstnndlng outstanding ¬
standing and J920000 9200 utocks utocksPOSITIONS lltocks lltocksPOSITINS mutocksp
p I ILOSITIONS
POSITIONS POSITINS IN PHILIPPINES PHILIPPINESExaminations PJILIPIIINES PJILIPIIINESExaminatons E1IIL1P111NESExainliiitt1on
Examinations Examinatons lor Appointment AlJolntment M t be beHeld b beheld
Held In This City Ciy April Arl 5 and an 23 23Special 23Specnl 23Special
Special Specnl to the News NewsWashington NeIs NeIsWnnhlngtol NewsWashington
Washington Wnnhlngtol D C March ltach ISCUll ISCUllservice lSI1 lSI1lenle itCIvilservice
service lenle examinations cxamlnntols will be held In InSalt II IISlt toSalt
Salt Lake City Cl April Apri 5th and 23rd for forpositions forIodtons forpoittlons
positions Iodtons In the Philippine PhippIne Islaads IslaadsMexican Isll IsiaadsMexican ls lsllexlln
Mexican llexlln war pension granted Mw MwLois Ma MarlLou
Lois LIs Winston Smlthlleld Smlhleld Utah J3 J3Fred I ISFred
Fred J 1 Hart have hle applied appled to be made mwesubstitute mae maesubsttute madesubstitute
substitute substtute clerk and QIII M 1 mi J Hewitt HewIt nd ndFf sriFr1 d dFrid
Frid Ff J JHurt Hurt has applied appled to be made madesubstitute madesubsttute madesubstitute
substitute substtute letter carriers for the poj pojofllce pst pstolce post postalIke
alIke olce at Ogden
WEEK OP O SELFDENIAL SELFDENIALPeriod SELFDBNIALPerio
Period Perio of Prayer PrayeraudlYarlicniar and au Particular Partcula Vtor VtorMP WotI 01
MP MPThe iiIpThe
brhftlon
I < nl1 nl1Te
The Te members of the Salvation Salaton ArmY Armrin AmT AmTIn ArmYin
in Salt Lake City pursuant to the in innual a anual 1aimal
nual custom which has ha been eel practlctJ practlctJfor prcUcdtor
for yeirs reir by the general gencralorganlztoA gencralorganlztoAot organliatloa organliatloaof
of which it I Is a a part has entered enteld ujoa ujoaa U upOftaweek D DI
a I aweek week e k of prayer pryer and Inc selfdenial le1tdcnlal which whichcomprises whichcomprls whtchcomprIses
comprises cfrom rm March 1th lth to I mi 2ltim < th In Inclusive Incuse inclusive ¬
clusive clusiveThe clusiveThe
cuse cuseTe
The Te object of this Idea the remark remarkable rmak rmakable remaxkable ¬
able success of which Is the best testi testimony test testimony ¬
mony to Us Is excellence excelence Is to furnish m msinews the Iheslnewl thesinews
sinews slnewl of war necessary Jece ry to the th carry carrying COr can canlug ¬
lug on of a work whose Branches ranchel ever everday enrrday etn1day
day are going Into wider and wider widerfields xiderfields Ider Idereldof
fields eldof of labor laborDuring laborDurn laborDuring
During Durn this special spollweek week every mem member mel memnber ¬
ber of the th organization orlanlzalon Is expected expecl to todeny toden tOdenyhini
deny den denyhini him or herself hernltl 6 daome > some moreorlts moreorltsusual mor more or or1eS or1eSusual le51 le51usual
usual article aicle of diet diet clothing etc and andthe andthe atidthe
the thousands thoulnds of little ltte slngs savings thus thusfectemi ef effected ettede1 ¬
fected nre all 01 going to swell swel the fundi fundit fundiI fundiit
it I Is 11 aimed to raise raiseThe rAIseThe raiseThe
The general lenerl public pUblc whose Interest Interat In Inthe Inthe inthe
the Armys philanthropic phlnnthrpl Institution Institutionmay InsttutonS InsttutonSInAY Instltutionimany
may not be willing wilng to follow lolow Its s mem members membrs memflhers ¬
hers along the lines lne of personal p self selfdenial Fettdlnlal selfdenial
denial dlnlal are however not to be deprlvw deprlvwof Ieprl Ieprlot deprivtdof
of an opportunity opprtuniy to assist nslst In the tf tffort tffort t tlort
fort Collections Colecton will II be iamb 1110 In mini minispecial m manlspecial n npecal
special pecal manners manner and thon thosl of our citi citizens rU rUzens ritILens ¬
zens who ho believe leve In feeding tlltng the hungry hungryclothing hunrrrclothln hungrTclothing
clothing the naked helping hllplnj the fallen fallenextending talen fallenextending
extending extendlnl the hand of f opportunity to tothose tothose tOthose
Ol11rtuniL
those with h whom life lto has dealt deal roughly roughlyand ruiblj ruibljand roughlyand
and In and boneftt bonefttmankind benehtmarmkiumd
every evtr way mya I assist nlslst tnfft tnfftmarkhid
mankind markhid through thrugh the precepts prCtptl of Jesus JesusChrist J JesusChrist su
Christ will not Army Armycollector ArmYcollector
wi turn tur the Salvation Salvaton ArY ArYI
I collector clocor away aWkY emptyhanded emptyhandedCLEARING emptyhandedI emptyhandedCLEAUUO mpthandll
I
II I
I CLEARING CLFARI G HOUSE IUUSEmror IUUSEmrorMarh REPORT REPORTMarch REPOflTMarch
March Marh IS IS 190L 190LTodays 11Todays 1101Todays
Todays clearings clcaingsSame SS3U SSUitf SSUitfSame J t tSame
Same Ida flay last year yearORE ar 41T7JI 41T7JIORE 41 jJS jJSOlE
ORE AND A D BULLION UJUO REPORF REPORFMcCORNICK UElOm UElOmcCORNrCK IIEPOIIttcC01UiCK
McCORNICK CO COSilver coSIer COSilver
Silver SIer and lead Ilad ores ors orslAMBERGEI oresI3AMBERqE JJW JJWBAMBEROEH
BAMBEROEH lAMBERGEI AND McMILLAK McMILLAKBullion MdtU MdtUnullon McMIILANBullIon
Bullion BullionUTAH nullon is0O is0OUTAh SO
UTAH COMMERCIAL AD A D SAVINGS SAVINGSBANK SAYJSGSDANK SAVINGSBANK
BANK BANKBullion DANK BANKul1ioa
Bullion Dulion j i j SU
n
CONFLAGRATION CONFLAGRATIONJT = 1
I I
IN OLD OLDST JT STlOUS STlOUSiA LOUIS LOUISA
iA jA A District Dstrict Two by Six Blocks BurnedFire i
i Started il in Ice Cc House of
HOlse a Brewing Co CoFlames CoFlames
r Fames Flames Stil Still Spreading
St Louis Mo March Mnrh 18A 1A fire tre that thatoriginated tha thitniginated
f originated lslnnel In the tb ko Io house hOlse of the theLemp theLemp thtLeinp
Lemp Brewing company CO lany or that of the theJnheuter
Anheusor Jnheuter Busch Brewing company cOI lny at atthe D attime
the toot Of Cherokee street shortly shorty be before L before ¬
fore 1 oclock and fanned by a stiff itlffbreeze ail stiffbreeze
breeze spread over a territory trlory bounded bpumlfdby
by Zepp street stret on the south to Arsenal Arsenalon AU nal nalon
on thu north DeKalb Delalb on the west and andthe aMtho an antime
the river on the east eas This Thu hls territory la lasix Issix jesix
six blocks long and two wide and andcovered Is Iscovered iscovered >
covered by dwellings dwelngs lumber yards lrds and andrepair Ind Indrfpnlr andrepair
repair hops etc From the Ice houses houseswhich houscswhlCI houseswimlOht
which whlCI were destro destroyed estrIea > ed the flames flamesspread lameH lameHlpread flamesspread
spread lpread to a row of Hats lats a block long on onthe onthl onittiC
the thl east side ldo of DeKalb Lenlb street These Thesewere Thesewere he e ewere
were consumed Qoruul ll with wih eeeral Sfera lumber lumberyards lumberyards lumberyards
yards to the north The lumber yard yardand yardnnd yardand
and repair shop of the Missouri Car Carnnd Caratid a aand
and Foundry lounllry company cOIn pan went w nt up In Intlarnes Infames 1mmtiames
tlarnes fames next and the United lulted States Stati8 ar arsenal arsenal ansenmtI ¬
senal containing quartermasters
sup supplies supples supplies ¬
plies ples followed tolowed A general alarm was wajturned wastured wasturned
turned tured in but little lte could be done to tostop tostop tostop
stop the spread sprea of the flames ames which whichthreaten whichthren whichthreaten
threaten thren ten the th bottling bottng and shipping shippingbuildings shippingbuildings hlpplngbuldlnrs
buildings buldlnrs and cars cr of the Anheuter AnheuterBusch Anheu AnheuserBusch er erDusch
Busch Brewing DrewlngcompRny DrewlngcompRnyt company companyJU
JU t 230 p m the names tlmes still sti seemed seemedto
to be spreading but because of tit titbea time tlicheavy timeheavy
heavy bea pall pal of smoke Imoke nnd the Intense Intenseheat Inlensebeat intenseboat
heat which keeps the firemen Ir1men at a dls dlstance dlstance dietanco
tance It Is I Impossible Impossllle to tell tel just how howmuch howmuch howmuch
much damage damate the fire has his done Up to toADMIRAL 10ADMIRAL toADMIRAL
ADMIRAL DEWEY DEWEYAND DEWEYAND DEYEYAND
AND HIS DOG DOGM OO OOM
M K 1 Btryker a brotherinlaw brolhrrInIaw to toP tor toTv
r Tv v P A Slmpklns of the Phillips PhillipsCongregational Phiips PhiipsCorlregatolalchurch PhillipsC6mgrogationai
Congregational Corlregatolalchurch church of this city ciy Is IsIn Isiii iscity
iii In this city ciy having been recently reenty hon honorably honr lionOimbly
orably r bl discharged from the U 8 navy navyHu nvy nvyIl nav navlIe
Hu Il proposes to stay silY here h re providing be hecan becan becan
can find nd n decent dry dr dock dockWhile dockWhie dockWhile
While Whie the extar Is but ut a young man mann mann
n the same time tme he has more mor ex experiences expriences espcr1eces ¬
periences priences crowded Into his hii span of life lifeto 1 lifetp
to date than does tho average erage Individ Individua IndlvldrVhO indiyidtal
ua tal rVhO who has h passed laec through Ihrougl his pre prescdbl pr prc procaibei
scdbl c b hrce score 0c9e cf and nl ten years In Inpoureo Inur In0ti
poureo 0ti ur eot of f conversation corherlltonths this morning morningwith moring moringIih morningmtih
with Iih a News representative reptentate1tr reptentate1trS Mr MrS MrSryker
S ryker S rkerthrw threw some side lights lghts upon uponthe upn upntboavera upontht
the tboavera average o life ItQ of a sailor Miar In the ser service se sevlce icrylee ¬
vice of t Uncle Sam Slm which have not notappeared notappeared notappeared
appeared In print heretofore heretoforeBefore heretotoreDetore heretoforeBefore
Before the war broke out with wih Spain Spainho Spainte
ho h responded to the call al for naval na al vol volunteers volunteers voluitteera ¬
unteers with the result resul that on that thatMay thatfly thatMay
May fly Day morning Stryker found him himself hImet himself ¬
self et beside b side a I gun on board bard of U S S SBaltimore BBaltmor SBaltimorte
Baltimore Baltmor Subsequently Subsequ nty he formed formedone tormOl tormOlo formedacme
one o e of the number of several eera1 landing landingparties landingpartes landingparties
parties partes that tlalat at stated stited Intervals Inteall ad adjourned adJourned adScanned ¬
journed to o the shore of the Philippines Philippinesand Phippines Phippinesnnd
and made things intensely Inten ely Interesting Interestingwithin Interslng InterslngwIthin interestingwtthin
within range Later he accompanied accompaniedthe accompanie
the th crew crw of the Baltimore Baltmoro home and andincidentally andIncidentaly andIncidentally
incidentally Incidentaly touched In several vrnl ports portsIncluding portsJncludlng portsIncluding
Including Colombo Perlm Havre HavreGravcaend lane laneOravcend hlayreGravesend
Gravcaend Oravcend Eng Grcnock Grenoek Scotland ScotlandBelfast Sctand SctandDeltast ScotlandBelfast
Belfast and New York He le reached reachedhome reachedhome reachedhome
home last fall tal and has his been coming corningwest comingwcst comingvcst
west b by > cnsy ens stages ever since sinceI
I suppose tUPIOP that thlt you ou saw a Dewey out outtho
In the Philippines lhIJlplnls was wa the matter male of offact ottact oftact
tact question quelton that was a pronounced Ilronounctd by bywar byn byvlm
war vlm n of an Introducer IntroducerDEWEY Introucer IntroucerDEWEY introducerDEWEY
DEWEY AND BOBBY BOBBYYes nOnBYI htOItIIVYes
Yes I did I also saw his dog Hob Hobby1 nobYo
bye Yo and rm then he added ndd with wlb empha emphasl
sl Thank goodness oolnos only onl he used usedanother usedanother usedanother
another word he Is dead Ild I am sick sickof sickot tickof
of Bobby Dobb wor and anl e R so < j was WIS every eer other man manout manout manout
out there ther I suppose that you OU never nevernaw Der DerMW neversaw
saw MW a picture of Dewey OCIt taken out In
Manila Mlnla but ut he had Hobby nolb along with wlh
him That do do dog wns cordially corIaly detested detete
by every man on the ship He would wouldcome wouldcome mnouldConme
come sneaking around the mens men quar quarters qUlr qUlrter quartens ¬
tens ter forward and steal anything In Insight Inligh insight
sight ligh One d 11f day y a coxswain coxwaIn his hil name nameI
I cannot recall recnl nt this moment caught caughthim caughthim aughthim
him In the act and nd he fetched Bobby Dobb a 1
kick that made him break IIrak forth Into Intolamentations Inloar intohumnemitations
lamentations ar ntntons that could bo t heard htud all allover al allOver
over lr the ship It I happened halnfd that Dewey DeweyW DeweW Deweysamm
samm > W the act tct In a towering towerlnl rage rge the theadmiral theadmiral theadmiral
admiral called cnlerl the man aft at And Ind called calledhim caled caledhIm calledhim
him all al the vlle lc names nmes that Ihlt he le could couldlay couldla couldlay
lay la his histongue tongue to and ali then ordetvl ord1d him hirato himto himtOtak
to tOtak take off 0 the eagle llsle on his sleeve anti nndhenceforth nld nldencetorth antihenceforth
henceforth consider cO I er himself as IS a com common Nr cmmon ¬
mon seaman 8111In which < meant JW S2 n month monthless monlhIe tnoimthls
less Ie ls In pay pn ns n well wel an al the thf disgrace li9 aCe at attached nttached atinched ¬
tached to the order The man IRn had hld been beenIn beenIn beenin
In the service lerlce for over eighteen elghlten years yearsand yearsand ear
and alI had hal been working hard har to get A Agood arot1 agood
good rot1 record rcord As s the fellow felow could o not nottear nott notteat
tear t aror off the crow crw as a we will 1 the easle easleIn 1 eien 1t
In li n the th navy nM Dewey with wih hi liii own O1n hands handscut handscut handscut
cut off or the emblem then threw It over overboard owr10ard overboard
board 10ard A few tiny da later the thf man 13n was wastransferred wuttnRterred wastransferred
transferred ttnRterred to another vessel ns el and nnl was wassi Smassent ns nsnt
si sent > nt nt On n service s rlce to ironic IO station staton up tp the theYnngtBCKlang tbeYfngtHelloug thenntntseKlang
YnngtBCKlang river riverANOTHER rlerNfTnEn riverANOThILi
ANOTHER BOBBY DODlY INCIDENT lNCIH1ST
What happened hallpene to him was wa a 1 little littledifferent lutf littlediffvtnt
different dllerent to the thl good oad luck which befell befellCoxswain bfel befellCoxsmmmimm
Coxswain Coxwnln Oro White Whit who Is now IIW hold holdIn holding
In 1 ing 3 down n soft fof Job in the Brooklyn IlrookbnNavy Iroklrn IroklrnNav BrooklynNy
Navy Nav Yard I guess everybody ecrboY has hasthat ha hasliid
h liid ad that nt story how that one day da daJobb
Hobby Jobb was playing around arould in his art artIM attI tmntltN
IM I I sinful way and incidentally Inrl < llntal spoil spollliR spoilIngitits pl
liR InKlot lots of new paint that the men mP had hadbeen hodbeen hadbt
been bt working on for days when at a asudden asudlen A5Uddim
sudden sudlen lurch turh of the ship la Bobby Bob went wentoverboard wrntOverb0311 wentOverboaril
overboard Overb0311 The ship wa running at atIJ lt I
IJ I 15 knots knot nn hour on the high seas ea but butWhite butWhIte butWhito
White went over the thl side l < le after afrr that thatJarned tht thtIsrnOI thattlarneti
Jarned IsrnOI old collie and sax 8a mvii l his life It Itwas 11 11Ial ItSa5
was Ial a I plucky cole thing to d di < > t but > ut I think thinkthe thInkthe thinktime
the admiral admirl was more lore grutrful IrutrfUI over It Itthan I itthan
than were wer any an of the men P Dewey wey ncv ncver ne neer mmcver
er forgot tor ot that act and promoted prmole him himthen blmIhen hintthen
then and there theren
In n xpfnVins 11J1f in regard rllnrd to the battle battleof batte battertMIla billietManila
of rtMIla ° Manila Srykcr related rllatl the rlrvum rlrvumtanccs rllum rllumtancrs rlrVuZflstances
stances jcgardlng the th entry enlr Int the bay bayand Ir Irand bayantI
and stated contrary to all al that had hadn hadbn hadbeen
contrlr
bn been > n said ll hI to the contrary contrn that ever everIrich erI everipch
Irich of Cr that passage was knnn knCn to the thenavigator thenavigAtor thefl4vigator
pasAge
navigator who dl disguised l gul lul ed e as II a tourist tourlithai tourat tourathai touristhal
hai been ostensibly fishing over the theKTOund theound thetmmOund
KTOund for ftr the past ten tln fshing In < layn when hen In Inrtallti Inra inreallt
rtallti ra h he was WIS taking taklnl soundlnsa One OneP OneUar OnePe04Iliar
P Pe04Iliar ullar mcta Incdent Incident Bt after the battle bAtle w was
thai buildings tme time I it II known th tb4t t the fOlIoitip
luldlug hl been destroy tolola
lea hous delrol
s ot the W J lmp
an
Anheur Iu8 Buth h Brewing oni
IWber lumber yard nrd and DreWng repair sbops Cotanle comipanies
MissourI Car ot th the
sad Foundry
fho ibop Olt COmpany
of the
SIIndard Danl Barrel COmlrnYI con pany
Sludt
Ilekle
and nj
Vlne Vinegar
plant three Ylnega companys companysptf1u tOl pnf
Icatttr scattered tOBtor Ilwelh dweltlng gs fe flv
colagel Cottages buldlnl building5 ot the
Unite
Unle Statrs en engineering lo
UI used for building and lneerng department
bUldlnl repairing
barges
for barge
tlr Mlsulp I rIver
workQld msorlc old stone st near ar
sela sepal tUtor twt for th the toro ot otUimtted
StM Stktes South s Imy tirmy ptf1u QUartermlsters quartermasters ft ma ter0 supplies up Unied les
SIde Hunting Huntng and n Boating oaUncub atlre club clubvml
hou house ad anti soyeral vml erl boat bOlt houses houMin4 hOuL
Joseph lcep and n4
Toy Olelu labor IaDOry >
anl
01011
e ens empioyej mployP by y the American AmerIcn Car Carnpany CI
und
foundr 0undry company ml lny w were injured
wblo while trng trying lo toecar escape > e from trnl lk lkirry thl the lajurd bur burii
lag
bUIL building < lnglhrlllker Harry irry niktr an n In
Th yuld valid who M ° owned ownt nn1 lived lve I In one of
the dwelllnga dwtlnl burned burld and va was aeunuble unable to
fan himself was WA rescued by two p ped J
dl dIm r who heard hla blcre hl cries for awlst
ance anceA
A telehone meteage receivedsijontly < ortly
after atar So 3 clock ocok mmdle Indicated reeve that the orty lire
a as U1 under er control conlrl after aCer having burned fre
hlvlnl
SP proprty property vT estimated estmate In value vluo at ntIO 11000
000 O
O between Zepp street t eet nnd anl Utah
meet alee on th the south and north ami
Kosclusko i street slrt on the west wCt to tho
rier river 4 Te The tons ston wall wllat at the arsenal amnll
stopped slopp tho spread of the fire north ¬
ward wardh wad wadthe wardthe lr
the tact that practcaly practically ever every Ian man on
h n
the laltlmore llaJtmore wa Was u deaf for three or orUlori
tour our days ays I it was laughable besBtd itt said
10 lee the nlor Ulori on the Olyropta mart
niL We could cul sc see them thel open their
mouths and wave their caps bul bU xv we
1 could not hear a sound ount For or several
days I when a mm mtn had something to say
12 to hl hl8lnte his mate ale he hI would go Imclhlnl ° up to him tosy and
shout In his car euThlns Thin was the direct dlrt
cfu cause e of the concussion concusion rm from the big
eightInch guns gunsThe gunsTime
The Th story ItOr gns gnsTh of the return of the haiti ¬
more last Ilst fall fal to America via very HaIt In ¬
teresting especially esp ally In regard to th threception the thlreception thereception
reception they ey received In n the various vailouscities variouscities 8110UIcltlu
cities they visited From Ila Havre e the themajority themsJority themajority
majority of the sailors took a run up
to Paris where a young American mil ¬
lionaire took a number of them under
his hi wins Jng started them out every morn
lag with ltha a twentyfrano gold gotdplec piece to tosee tDsee tosee
see the town and drove rore them around
Paris In cabs gaily decorated deC1rlltedwth with Urn
Stars and Stripes The con conseCjuenceof conseq auencc enceot ot
i this unseemly behavior was ri8tbLt that thatwhen thatwhentime whenthe when yhenthe
the ship Balled cml ed for th the Thames Thnruealhat Thnruealhatthore that thatthere thatthere
there were an even doien dOIIIIwho who were W Wbehlad leltbehInd leftbehind
behInd In France F nceand and hadj ad to t be e for forwarded IOfwarde1b forwarded ¬
warded by b the th American Amerlcanconsutt consul cons lIo to their theirship theirship hellIhlp
ship at Gravesond GravesondMCOHNJOKISPBESIDEST Oraml1dMCORNICK GravesemmdMCORJOK
MCOHNJOKISPBESIDEST MCOHNJOKISPBESIDESTXovr MCORNICK IS PRESIDENT JUESIDENTSow
Sow Heads Diamond Salt Company Companyand
and Buys Big II Block of Stock StockW Stockw
W S McCornlck MccOrnlWay today purchased Jlucch eda edabig a1 a1big a abig
big block of the stock ot the newly In Incorporated I Icorpornted Icorporated
corporated Diamond Salt company and andat andnt andat
at a meeting mneetiir of th the directors dlrectoruoon coon at after atter atten ¬
ter was chosen president presidentIt
It will be remembered as stated In the theNews theSews theNews
News recently that the company companyowns companyowns m lny lnyOWns
owns a large tract of land facing tllclnilln tllclnillnthe on onthe anthe
the lake shore a short distance north northof notlhot
of the Salt Lake ume Los Angeles rail railroad railroad railroad ¬
road The frontage frenl e on th the lake Is on onand one onennd ouieand
and onehalf miles and the extension n on oneastward ote oneaWard
eastward e tward something over two miles milesmaking mf milesmaking
making In all about JOOO 000 acre 3crH Includ Including I includmy ncu ncuInj ¬
ing that from which lhl b the lake h bu s re recently rtcenlly mecently ¬
cently receded recededA
A member of the company stated to tothe t totime I Ithe
the the News this afternoon that It was wasthB wosthe wasthe
the Intention l to go Into the manufac manufacture mllnutacture manufactune ¬
ture of Salt on a large lugeh scale s e Jh JhOI this sea seaion a ason
son A good many thousand t oun ounIn dollars dollarsin OI
in cash c sh Is now In th time treasury trenl and 1 lain lumber lainher ¬
her b r hi has been ordered o e for the construc construction construtlion ihtast ¬
lion of the 3000 foot flume u northeast northeastof
of t Saltalr urt urthin hin In which bCh the th saline al et wa waters ea eatile ers of ofthe < t tthe
the lake will 11 be II pumped pum to the Inland Inlandponds inlandpanda
ponds nilll The officers of 0 t the company companyW
alt W 8 S McCornlck President John JohnM Jown h
M Cannon vice l eeprcs P presiteiti sW dent t J James mes W W1eirln STIenntn
1eirln secretary ec tal1 Joseph w Musier Musiertreasurer lIu Mussertreasuror er
JOhfPh JOhfPhwith
treasurer she b9 together torel er with lth Owwj O George Georgeti rre
Jr JrI Angus AngusM
M ti I Cannon John W SneU
Senior com comprise eclIlrlso cornbrine ¬
M I Cannon and Fred Fr J
brine rlso the board bo3 of directors directorsLATE dlrectolsLATE directorsU directorsLATELOCAIS
U
LATE LATELOCAIS LATELOCAISThe LOCALS LOCALSThe
The many friends t rI en d s of Albert J Bfjni Bfjnithe Sears SearsdepUtyCOuntY
county clerk who hw hwfor hainca haincamuch lOD
the deputy deputycounlY clerklatll
for himself hlnte It W ov much popularity IJOIJU latll par parMcul r
nit nitally Ith h some of t the matrlmon matrlmonallv
ticularly
Mcul tlcUli1rIYI e hI hIRlli his hiskind
indlwd 100 who are re In4 Indebted btedl btedlkind to >
ally wnsummaUon consumrnatlonot o oiVi of ofthe
Sfflcei
the 1b
for
kind Ind ornce
Jortorye Jortoryeecr will be bepleased
iVi the unMtest story f ever told p pp
t that hc e eume Js going to reo reopleascd rosume
learn
rto to w
p pleased e learnng eler elersume
calling ng that of Je jomceler jomcelerOn
hit hi former
sume
tormGrthe deputrshlp Mr MrScare
tro from the
On rellrln
flattering otfmbut otfmbutelre offers but butafter
Scare elre had eof ne he decided decidedpmfesslon
them all
n g
conrie
m fUr Ion opened the Mt Mtthat bestlimit
pmfesslon t
that his own t
buslnHS buslnHSfield btmslfl5dfield
field for him lIe will m IN Into
complete compltetr
Call
be
hlmstlt as a ahis loon ns
tr
arnitementL It no bM nol ret oIl oIlhi der
hi his ntJtlIIernen 1 lotatt te up town tOlmdIN towncited
mviii
dIN whether r b babNh he abNh
hi 5tablfsimmummt t near hIs hIsor hisor
or let up eSthe the RIo Grsnde d depot depotown I Iown
own home n ile l1e will come to tobut 1 1but °
but thc IIwtnesJ It Is Ire Ireportion prothe portion that ot the t C ell ellthc it itJudge
TO TOCCIC < lo IInd ama 11111 11111Judxt mviiihold
Ot t
Mor None it
Judge hl lCOUllty durIng this thllhold
county
hold court In t that a
week lIekThe weekThe
mart In Ulh to today todti9
surprised
The most when he heiclts hepiiti
Spencer
day will be JohnD John D and learns that thstI thathe
piiti iclts up the Sews night from a plain plainordlnar pliinoinary
I be has sprunl SpTU over man into a full fullfledged
insUrancC
ordlnar I nctr nctrline
ccl fltl Mr 5p
fledged lieutenant days dayspast
for sortie
line been out of tour of tile NCW Yvik YvikIie
past in the interests unable tb tbeofliult
Iie and the Governor appointment mdi aS a ammietrber
eofliult immnm emo liii hfOv be mviii feel feelabout
mmietrber of ofhoncr his staff but his hismientle
unknown
about it is as yet
will appreCtte appreCttethe
mientle are confident he
honcr and accept acceptrnonthV acceptlUmber
the
fleatie end liii family familyreturned
lUmber from their four fourmonthS
returned this morning Calitor Calitormats
monthS rflt to J Pacific acme and y Grove hs site vf vfnia were weretotim
mats Bi Bishop l > P S ileatie when th they y left Sa Sa1oth Salt SaltLike
1 lmesith
1oth In poor on the cowl cowlyillUms coast1us
soiOUtfl
Like but thclr theTa nd theT theTretirn
benefited
1us FreatlY iOO and feelitig better than thanfor
for retirn a long time past pastGeorge
of it Jordan Jordanwag
George L hlnrker the Justice of oftire
by
wag today imtetiV 1 WIlliam to two twontoflth
tire Pence Joseph jail The d dfendant
ntoflth in time ounty giltY of petit iar iarneny
fendant mmmi found JUrY is JtOIt JtOItyilliamnI
neny ht Friday bi
yillUms court

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