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TUESDAY rl 1 MARCH R 10 1901 SALT r LAKE ID 2 CITY UTATI url U NU BEl 1 1m 101
nr1NRSl 1RST YEAR 1 = = m m
fin J t1c1 t1c1i 1 L LHE crT crTffSITUATION
British and Russian Soldiers Encamped on onEither onEither onEither
Either Side of TrenchOrders to Shoot ShootAny ShootAny ShootAny
Any One Commencing Work
f iS
19Aftcrnoon 19Aftcrnoonanxiety 19Afternoonbe
rin March nrch
TID 1ln and anxiety hero a all L to topmeno toIII tothe
Tbe be escltlllllDt CIt developments pmeno pmenoti of the Anelo AneloRlllllan AnloEJlan
ti III F rclbJe Ml do not ubatu ubatuttfilMi A Aeonp3DT Atnip8flT
ttfilMi lJIDfr IJlc troop and a com comn1 Colflfluslafl
of Drilish
eonp3DT Ruutan oldlers EJ remain main en enside enurn eiiltte
n1 t either ltte side lde of the trench trenchfKb trenchat trenhojLg
urn d on other The Ruwlanb Ruwlanbto Hu slanb slanbwe
ojLg con conwas comItIDrleg COR1eDlg
any anyone one
OIJtU to H Itru on
we ie
work workGil ork orkCII
ItIDrleg eDlg the troutllo ° was waseontlnued wnsCI Ya Yasued
WOlack eU UY
CII unlfarranlablelnlerler unlfarranlablelnlerler11l unarflta therfer therferf
CI sued led bt the Ill the attalr ot the theJI1 the1n
13rltllh UuItI
11l f Ihe 111111 he adds that thutI thatj4nI
JI1 1n n cQnccO Qnceulon be eontlnued contlnu Junl unliS to tor lIs lIsIIes
will not
j4nI ng
I u ubut lIpd11 UIarsl1aI
14 IIes ordtrs r from hb hi own
pd11 pd11Ii Wl1ldcrsce VldC Is Isrtltld Istoday
Count van
I Iarsl1aI UMI
Ii Dolh sides will willII vI1ltO
rtltld but they both bothhis consIder cnsldcratltr consIderth
II IJ to authority authorityto
atltr to be t
th orders from I uropu Iuropuea1unZ uropuealllng
I 11m await IItinck fltt mlldO iado by Jy r rruQI th thf
of O
ealllng 1 rtnch < solJlers on onJUe Onie
ruQI r uf f exclteq of the 1rltlsh Sikh lkIi r rIe4I g gI1CJI
mlmbm mber
JUe the rcndl cOllce8slon cOllce8slonCIa OflCeb8ICt1Gn
I1CJI rceCatl1tJbell San sas Y It WIlS WIlSzttllY as astrY
CIa > outblealt aalnst the theordCIS therd
zttllY trY a chUdl general who IlIlll IlIlllforbldlln hadbtdien
ordCIS rd f their French own 5oldICrS oldler to tolt en enter enterthe tel telIte
forbldlln btdien the ThiS order tol tolhl1e to tolwet
conoe oflCeSSlOfl 3lllll
the Drllllh made by lien Lorne LorneClJpb LorneCnipbeI
hl1e lwet a a request almost ever everY resident resldcnttad
ClJpb 11 LIter behavior ot the theFrID theFrtnjl
tad d om omloaed Wttd Df reruslng reruslngt
FrID Frtnjl I In Inluillng riotouslY rlotolslYaIId
t 1 aY r r purchast UWhBSCL
English oldlers oldlersGel
aIId abulng
ao French cOlllmander cOlllmanderrtooUlre co9UIaflderxxgiilie
Gel G VOYr oron ° ° the
and 01 01f orI1e
mUlt top
Is I
French soldiers to keep In Inthllr inthur
f I1e t Gen Lome Lomeampbd Lornoampbdi
thllr olln concenloD rfectW satIsi1d tII1l1 11111 that thatGr t tOn
< ampbd Wa a perretl
with him him1lf hime5flaO1IOU3tO
In harmon
On Vorron Wal IJ MJr IJfOQte Ij1otu
to maintain
1lf e5flaO1IOU3tO and micuMo ansloua
lt States Infi Infunlr Infunlrf r ru >
Ninth N
r fOQte te
Ire Ireq treqoently
soldIers were
the French tDch
b3 f
Amerlcnu AmerlcnutrOop Amerleillitroops
to the
qoently ntly abule
q unarmed unatrfle while oU out t on onIIS onIftis
liha ho Vim
trOop French were atined with withnortio with1I10ldi withwode
u IIS while hlle the
On occasion occasionu
nortio wode bayonets or
Frenchman Frenchmanand rellchmnllaed
an An Anlrlcan l n disarmed a
and tutnca Ulnc < over his weapon v npon 1 to 1 the se serunt Ber BerIlani eerIeaa
uard txplftinlni tAia saliM1Qcl satlereasons
Ilani runt ot th the guard
SJunSr 1Qcl IY111 Wi t reasons Mni tor f r the action tak taken ¬
thought that sooner or orlater orlater orhater
vUj aJ Foot oole
en U
the In Intfr Interul in1eret
later tl tIe IWtteh must act In
tfr terul l ot II t the concession concessionOtn cOllc < sslon sslonGell
Gen Yoyron oyron MStbere eays lncre Is no frlfill frlfillIrt frl rltion rltionette tlon tlonttf °
Irt ttf ten a the French nnd the Mtlsh MtlshThe nrttlshrho TtrttLshflo
The euOiat IU lnt ot sunday was v JenelU JenelUWe eJrela eJrelabut grett gretttile
We but was a cued cau ed by b a few teWmtl feeXrtt4b1men exclUblc exclUblcmm bl4 bl4men
whatever whateverl whateverwilli wholescrwith
men alia M has no connection
with uY lit f tling Un Indlldualrrnchrnen Indlldualrrnchrnenroay l Frenchmen Frenchmeno
roay bold to o In favor of t tie e I1uuJsn ellmR ellmRIn
j In cinnullQn cnll ellQn with the Und on which whichIt hlcli hlcliIt
It we was oi propoicd propo d to build the railroad railroadMies rlll1roadMlnr railroadjIdIng
Mies MiesRVSSJA Mlnrl
Paris Par March lnujsla lIla will not re rece teced yece
ce ced < 3 110UI iota the portion P < ltlon ih she has taken takenIn takcnh
In the th matter of thf rallroid siding nt ntUlec ntlee atifea
h Ulec lee Ttln of tint you can be as asThu a arored asgored
gored roredThIS goredThts
ThIS atitfment was made to n rep representative reprmDtatlle representative ¬
resentative of the Associated Press by byR b bi
R high official of the lie foreign ofllce ofllceContinuing olJlceContlnlJlng olilceCootlnulng
Continuing thin oftldat said Hus Husila ItusIa
ila Ia will not advance and will art slow slowly slolI slo ¬
ly I lilt having taken up the position posl lion she shenow sherow ho hoow
now ow ocfiiplei she he vtlll 11I be moved mOII there therefrom thereuroro therefrom
from only onl by force tOf England tins been beenuciQccutful be11a beenuniuccenfui
uciQccutful lln In her bereftorte efforts to secure the theaid thlIOlferl theii
aid a of f other h rowers to attack Itusslas Itusslasposition ItusslaR1tIII IussiasoltIos
position oltIos 1tIII warding Manchuria and a nd Is Isnot Isrorted Isnot
not likely 1 to O begin liottllltles unsup unsupported unsulIhardl unsuppotted ¬
ported la the t e present Instance It Is Istardlr Isto isbssdlr
tardlr poiilble I I thai aL lnKlnlld England will go goto IrOTranIIll goto
to w wa war r orer t railroad siding with the theIe
Tituvul question still vendIng
1 Ie Mpect to tea England yield As Asw R Rjt
w ft te jt statement n that at French soldiers soldiersJtuW s hll ts tsbeD
JtuW an English Il I officer e cfr wo do not notIr
Mm beD It tote ti to lie true rue for though the al alN allIT a
Ir N ttack occurred ocurr eurr d yesterday we wowe wemilt
we lIT tot sotntJect yet I et t had b ad any nn advices on the theTHE theTIlE theThlF
Ua Lonaon on March Ireh USonio 19 19n Somo of the after afterv nttertu
taos v n Itl l1rs I say the Tien 1sln dlmcul dlmculThe
tu te we 1den
bte wen arranged r g gChlnl1e
The Blnadtfstandlng mlJad nthrl dlng was due to the thetoOCtlnu
Wieie Vblaeie1 Vblaeie1outhojj inthorlties outhojj granting nlln the same sameThe
toOCtlnu a iioB to to I o nations nationsrr on onIln
The trran rr n raent ent enables Great Drlt Drltf
lie to r w with the construction constructioni
f J
the nQt > ad sidIng i but It uusiuj Itusslut ltuasiuroYes
tIIO rrovi roYes to t 0 IKS > 0 earlier than thanktuOtitllge
t of Ortt Drtttln Drlt thc thllatter latter Is to ton
ktuOtitllge n the claims ms of Russia nusslnofflce nulnlnrormlUon
lnrormlUon 1Jfortirn IOlt111l offlce om ce > Il0 however evcr has no noof noncUDlfmttllof
IUo tendl tendIng ng to confirm the nn nnl1It
ncUDlfmttllof 1I aFraflgernen artgem nt having hnvlnKttt
l1It e tad the oIfleiais nre re rather ratherIr
OdoUbt tll that t 8 such an
ttt arrange
been n Arrange ArrangeconcM810n
arrlvell nt They s any anyItaao
Itaao Ir concM810n W was s glgn given u uI1eWsJllpern r rtJ
tJ i I1eWsJllpern w JIBJlers welcome welcomeltUIcl scIconeJ
J ltUIcl Lttj t tinerning rernln the nwk nwk1nc avkLI
LI 1nc 1i 0 affairs at TI Tien en en81n T Ttrta TsIn TsIni 81n 81nIJ
trta i ot iA r the Irobablllt 0 of t the thoI thelo
IJ lo be t Puullin and G Great rea t Brit Brity
I n Ired b y t th h e Intervention of oft
t t ROWer NwerI
l Du >
rlL of the nrltl8h thnitishkt mils milsar
kt I tI e opinion lnion I n that hltlSh I1t there II IIss in
ar to
atop Ilusslan Hu ss all asgrcs
1 1G o Hundred
and Elghiyfour in the Penitentiary Coal Mines Are
Holding Fifteen Guards as HostagesTrouble tlostagcs Trouble Feared
lttrenllorth tVInworth
11 Klnaas 1l1rch aIn
bloc t It tOte tJenlt Penitentiary ntlnry coal coalani
ast Ilt down 2S1 prIsoners who
Into t11 t
bttlnr rzIog have mine un o Monday
tilth h1Ulnlcd and are holding
III fno III hostages
10 It let the The They re
late UnUI uui Warden ruardl Come to the lur
t Tomllnlon
tire thelll promises
to i kin tb better food too an < > threaten threatenwho I
rot1J tuardllt their demancs i
WIed fell are
with Itb
IT The I
the mInes
Ol1t are run runIT runIT
1 ttZItthtia 1ttnllarr clus of J1flsonetll In the I
aM I
laTe t h1atlnled among those who whomad wholaTe
tr era Wardtr Ward are tent live Prison prioera
Iat be TOIllIIl11on ins retuse < l to
requ315 Ue311 of f
tclllplalnlt Coal convict
have hv
been mad ua at
alan In China and thnt Is for the thethree thothrea thethree
three most Interested 8ttite America AmericaIceland AeneticaEngland InItICI1J
Iceland J und Japan Jl1p lI to combine cOlllb no In firm flimresistance firmIcsilltnnce firmresIstance
resistance resistanceLord IcsilltnnceLord resIstanceLord
Lord Oeorao Hamilton secretary for forIndia furIfllilt
India replying to a I question In the thehouse thehous thehOuse
house of commons co In IIll1nll tod tollllY y ald that no nodisturbances n ndisturbances nodisturbances
disturbances were anticipated at Tien TienTsln Tleuralll TiesiTom
Tsln Tom IllIdthGt and that tho mmtrlrx remained remainedIn
In their previous position with strict strictorders strictorders strictorders
orders not to assume the tit ngsrenslvo ngsrenslvopending uggrelHIUpending aggnerndvepending
pending the settlement of the Immcdl Immcdlato Immedlatl immediate
ate cause of the dllllculty by b military militaryauthorities rnlllhuylIuthorllles militaryauthorities
authorities on the spot Ix Lord > rd George GeorgHamilton OeOlgoHamilton Georgehamilton
Hamilton assured Sir S r UlllM Ashmeade Ashmeadeliartlctt AahtnondeBartlett ahlnendBartlett
Bartlett that no InslructlonH had been beensent beenIIClt beenscit
sent to the Urltlsh onicer at Tien T THin THinelthel Tsliseither ln lneither
either by L the government or by Sir SirErnest HlrErneRt SirErneHt
Ernest Satow not to resist the seizure seizureby s lzure lzureb
by b the llussluns of the land required requiredfor
for the siding sidingWhen sldlnWhen sidingthen
When questioned an to whether the theAngloGerman theAnlo theAngloJeymaio
AngloGerman Anlo < 1cfmnn agreement applied to toManchuria to1IInnchUIIa toManchuria
Manchuria Lord Cranborne under sec secretary accrtllr sacretary ¬
retary of the foreign office Intimated Intimatedthat
that he thought U lllld did He quoted u uclause 11elnu1J aclause
clause from the agreement whereby wll1 reby
both countries agree to direct III 1lCt their theirpolicy theirpOllcytownrd theIrpolicy
policy pOllcytownrd toward maintaining the th Integrity Integrityof
of thc ChInese Chlnclluelllplre ChlnclluelllplreThis empire empireThis emiIreThis
This provision p ovl lon said Lord Cran ¬
borne Is without qualification qualificationFIH3NCH qunlltlcatlonFItENCJI itiaiitlcntlonFflENCIf
Paris March 19A dlgpatch from
Pekln to t the Havns Agcncv gene says the thestato theRtato thestate
state of the Chinese negotiations will willkoon willoon wilei00n
koon permit the reduction of the
French forces by Jnboutl0OOQ about 10000 men who whowill whowill whowill
will be repatriated repatriatedGERMANYS repntrlatellOEHtANYS repatriatedCh1ItMANYS
CHUniA CHUniAIlerlln CHUmAIJerlln CHUIUAflerhin
Ilerlln March 19 9ln In the course of It
the debate In the rclchstap today on the thethird thethird thethird
third reading of the budget replying repl lnC
to Prince Bismarcks criticisms of ofCount otCount lrCounl
Count von Duclows recent speech that
the chancellor chlln ellor Insisted too to much on onlenmanys <
Germanys Interests Int reBts in Manchuria nnd nndthat nndthat nailthat
that Germanys Interests would have havesuffered haveHutfet11 havestiffened
suffered even If Kino Chou had not been he n
leased lea d Count Von Huelow saId Ger Germany Ocrmnn Germany
many mnn had the greatest Interest In pie pieventing plCventing proventing
venting friction between the powers powersnegotiating flowersnerollntlnl poversnegotiating
negotiating In China Moreover < Jreovcr In Ineastern Incastern Ineastern
eastern Asia Ormnny had many Inter Interesto Intercstl intereats
eats to safeguard In Shan TUIIJJ Tun prov province 11f 11fluce vrovIlice ¬
ince she had millions Invested Above Abovenil
nil Germany had to Insist In lst on adequate adequatecompensation ndequntecOmlII ndequateeomlnsation
compensation cOmlII lItlon lining ltll given for the mur murder murder murtier ¬
der of Daron von oii Kettcler That was wasn vasa
a question In which the honor of Ocr Germany Oerman Ocrmany ¬
many man wtis 11S engaged nnd In which she shehad ihehad ehehind
had a vital interest In the further furthercourse Lurthorcourse urtllCrcourHC
course of his gpecchthe SIIti he chancellor mild mildI
I have havhftno kftnoroom room for the Ih > slightest slightestdoubt I3l1lhtestdoubt idlghitestdoubt
doubt that no German political polltlcnllnter polltlcnllntercsts Inter Interests IntereBts ¬
ests exist 111 n Manchuria but at t the theacme thell1mo these2ine
acme time I have stated that It must mustbo muslIJC mustbe
bo necessarily our IIII desire that China ChinaBlmll Chinashall Chinashall
shall not too seriously diminish her hercapacity hercaflnclt hercaiaeIt9
capacity for satisfying s3tt tII1t the th Just claims claimsof
of the powers for compensation This ThisIs rhlaIs
Is not misunderstood In any quarter quarterTwo quarterTwo IUarterTwo
Two hours ago IQ I received a dispatch dispatchfrom dlppntehtrom dIpatehfrom
from St Petersburg according to which whichCount whichCount whichCount
Count Lamsdorff the Husslnn minister ministerof
of foreign affairs n trll 118 has expressed his hissatisfaction hiseatiRtaction hissatisfaction
satisfaction to the German ambassador ambassadorwith
with my m statements In regard to the theChlncue theChlne theChinese
Chinese e question questionThe I I
The chancellor gave figure Illustra Illustrative lIIustrnUve lilustrafive ¬
five of the Importance of the commerce commercebetween commercebetwl commercebetween
between betwl < 11 Germany and Knst I nst Asia Asiaamounting AlliaIImollntln AsIammounting
amounting to 0000000 marks A hun hundren hundren hundren
dren million marks are Invested In InShan InShan Ini5hnn
Shan Tung province Germany therefore thereforehas theretorhl1s
has the greatest Interest In preventing preventingthc
thc Chinese trade from becoming the thebooty tileJoot thebooty
booty Joot of a single power or several pow powers powers powera ¬
ers without our participation participationCount partlclpntlonCount varticiPationCount
Count von on Huflow Bu low also declared that thattho thattho thatthe
tho center c nter of gravity of Germanys Germanyspolicy Oermnn OermnnIOC Oernianytspolicy
policy IOC remained In Europe and that he hehnd hehlld hehad
had no Intention ot allowing It to be bedisplaced tloI bedisplaced
displaced I plnced while protecting her Inter Interests Interests intereats ¬
Washington Mnrch 19 19It U Is feared fearedhere tearedhere fearedleone
here that the negotiations at Pekln re respecting reo reospectlng respecting ¬
specting Indemnities may fall owing owingto owlllto
to the greed of Individual nations Mr Mrllockhlllour Mrltockhliiour Ir IrItockhlll
llockhlllour Itockhlll our special commlBiloner who whohas whohaR whohas
has been In close communication by byrnble b brOllII byfttie
rnble with the stnte department has hasnothing hnsnothing hasnothing
nothing but discouraging 11I coulallng reports to tomake tomake tomake
make of thIs thl Important Importanthrnnch branch of the thenegotiations thenccotln thenegotiatlons
negotiations nccotln tlon It appears that th t the mints mintsters mlnltels ministens
tens cannot ngrfe upon allY uniform ba basts bllsls himof ¬
sts of Indemnity some of lIe powers powersdemanding powcrlJllemlllllHng powersdemandIng
demanding enormous Bums BumsHUSBIA sumsItJSBIA stunsRUSSIA
St Petersburg March 19 Answering 19nswerln 19nswerlnl Answeringa
a l question of the correspondent of the thoAssociated theAuoelnte theAssocIated
Associated Press a competent olllclal olllclaltoday otllclnltOII1 ofilciaitoday
today tOII1 said saidIt
It Is 1 not true that lltttsla has yielded yieldedto Iellledto
to the representations of any nn of the thcpowers thelowers theiOWerB
powers lowers and modified her demands re respecting reoIIpectlnlr rospectlng ¬
specting Manchuria because no reprelIentations representations repre representations ¬
sentations have been Jeen made Every E ry ten tentative tentnl1 tentative ¬
tative attempt to address alhressthe the Russian Russiangovernment Husll1ngOVernment flusIangoVernment
government on the subject of our pour pourpnrleurs IourJJ yourPanleura
pnrleurs JJ rleurl wish wl h China has been categori categorically categoricaiiy ¬
cally 1111 declined Russia Is a great pow power ¬
er and has hnsthe the right to hold negotia negotiations negotlatlons negotiations ¬
tions with nay other government and andno nndno andno
no other power has the right to Inter Interfere Interfere interfore
fere Tentative made In a friendly friendlyspirit trlendlyIIplrlt friendlyspIrit
spirit have received rlCclvellntrlendl a friendly answer answerHut anlrlIut answerhut
Hut plainly stated Ilussln cannot re receive recelve tocelve ¬
celve Inquiries regarding r < the above
the penitentiary by tho prisoners be because becaUse liecause ¬
I cause of the tii grade of food furnished furnishedthem lurnlshedtllem furnishedthem
them and to this dissatisfaction have havebeen hocJ havebeen
been J en added allegations of mistreat mistreatmrnt mlstrclltII1tnt mictreatInent
mrnt The first trouble was displayed displayedlost < I Ilast
lost night nlhthen when the miners who had hadentered hallentir hadenttmed
entered entir d the mine la the morning re refused retuaed refused ¬
fused to come to the surface unless unlesstheir unlelilltheir unlesstheir
their demands were granted Warden WardenTomtlnsnn WnrdcnTomlfnon WardenTomlinson
Tomtlnsnn refused and the prisoners prisonersremained prisonersremained
remained In the mines all night pre preventing preventing ¬
venting the he fifteen guards over them to togo togo
go o above and additional ndllltlonnllfuudl guards to en enter enter ¬
ter the mine They killed mules used usedIn
In the mine and arc living on this thismeat thisment thIsmeat
meat Mont Mo > t of the prisoners prl oMr are des desperate dellIlcrnte desierate ¬
perate men and ani serious trouble may mayresult ma maN8ult mayresult
result b before fote they are compelled to de desist dealsL dos1st ¬
sist sistThere alsLThere
There Is wild excitement In Lansing Lansingamong IAnslnluno Ianaingamong
among luno the famllle of the guards ai It
Is feared so some mo of tho guards will bo bokilled IJekJlJell beicilleil
killed killedAll kJlJellAll icilleilAll
All the penitentiary shops are closed dosedand closedand closedand
and the convicts are held closely to totheir totheir totheir
their cells This Is In order to liava liavathe Jiavoth 1110 1110th
the th cimnlB ul1nJ In readiness > l for emergency emergencyto
to handle the convicts should they at attempt attempt attempt ¬
tempt to rush from from the mine mineThe mineThl mineThe
The mouth of the shaft of the coal coatmine coalmlM coalmaine
mine IB II Inside the walls of the prison prisonIt
It goes 8 down to a depth dt > pth of about 7 7O 7Ofeet W Wfeet 1 1tlct
feet The convIcts are allowed to talk Uilkwhile tulkwhile talkwhile
while at work in the mine ns It wouldhardly would wouldhardly voulllhardly
hardly be possible to carry on the work workwithout wonkwithiotet Vorl Vorlwithout
without speaking sIt aldllg The guards never neVfInto neverinto So SoInto
Into the mines with firearms on account nuccuntthe ncCeuntthe accountthe
the dun danger KIT of an Insurrection below I bel > nr the theurface thesurface thesurface
surface They curry clubs BO tint In Inthe Inthe Intue
the event of nn outbreak hy the con convicts conIat conViots ¬
victs Iat and the lo loss < n of their arnw tho thowork thowork theork
work ork of overpowering the convicts convictswould LQt1lctswouhl cvzivIthvouId
would not be b Q great greatpuotOHin great1ItOIOSI frenllItOlOmn
puotOHin KNOUSH HUGAII BU < Mn TAX TAXItN TXItll t1t t1tIts
Its Imposition Would Kilt 11 tho He Hefining IteIIl1lnlt liefuming
fining Huslnesg HuslnesgLondon BuslncssLondon flusiimessLondtm
London March 19 19Tbo The prospective prospeclel1ul
duty l1ul on sugar Is auUutlng tho cst el > t In India Indin Indiii ¬
din committee which In trying to o enlIst wllsithe tnllstthe enlIstthe
the aid nIl of the th colonial 1 ottlce In support supportof
of their views The committed commitee holds holdsthat hQIls hQIlsthat holdsthat
that the Imposition Inposlllon of a n uniform duty dutywill dutywill uty utywl11actculy
will wl11actculy ptactlcully amount to a prohibition prohibitionof prQhlIJlon prQhlIJlonot
of the Importation tmportaton Into this country of ofany otany ofany
any but refined relnld sugai uga and would there therefore thtrefOle therefore
fore fOle be bt must detrimental delrlm ntl to the Inter laterests Interests Intereats
ests of tho thl tIc sugar lucnr colony colon In the event eventof ventof
of a duty being bcln decided upon the com committee CQI coccinhitte ¬
mittee milee will wi point out that tUt tho uohemo uohemoought sohcmooUGht sahemoought
ought to provide povide nt least four differ different dINerent dit1erent ¬
ent rates rtll of duties 11ulel for sugars of vary varying varylag uryIng ¬
ing qualities Iunlies nnd that the quality qualityshould qulty qulty8houl quoIityshouid
should be determined llrtemlnd by the process proCss of ofpolatlzntlon otpo ofpointization
polatlzntlon po la 111 lon as ni color Is no longer IOll r a aproper aproper aproper
proper trot The committee cOll1nl tee Is also Il o of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the opinion that glucose gileose saccharIne naccharlneetc
etc ly I ought ough to be IJI taxed proportionate proportlonntcly Iroporionnto IroporionntoI IroporionntoISFIAHIIO
Coy GO Oriimn Orlnnn SliMHlt SIJnH signNItrimmmN I Tlinn Separating Separatingtin SepnrullnJ
tin til Tuo TuoDenver fw fwDenver roDenver
Denver Colo March ID 19Ocs Gov Or Orman Orman Orman
man today signed IIRled the bill tll puesed 118Sed by the thelegislature Iheleglsillture thelegislature
legislature which provides Ilrovldef for the sep separation fel felnn separation ¬
aration nn ton of the city el of Denver Dem r from fromArnphoe flOI rein reinArnphioe
Arnphoe Arwhoe county and tnd for tha th cwisollda cwisolldatlon rUIRolda rUIRoldaton eoiisolidation
tlon ton of the city elt and Indcountr county govern governments gover governmnents
ments Senator Hush IISh father of the thelaw theIIW lie1iv
law IIW says laYI It I will wi save the thi city hundreds hundredsof hllu1edR hllu1edRof
of thnurands thoU81nd of dollars dolnIl annually nnnual and ondwill nndwi andwill
will wi give the people Op home rule ruleKT IU muieST Ie IefT
A Orcat Many Inn nl oiIimnmn Thorn 1101 Woro ero Ino Inolory l 1nCtory C Cr
tory r WHkefH WHkefH8t Vorkcrn VorkcrnSt
St Petersburg Sunday Sunda March 17 17Many 17Mnny 17Many
Many of thc lie participants In thc lie dem demonstiatlon dccciolistifitIon em emonstrtton
onstiatlon onstrtton In and around the square of oftho otthe oftime
the cathedral ca thellrl of Our Lady Lu of Kazan Kazantoday IIZn IIZntodo iCaaiitoday
today todo on the anniversary nnnlvrsalY of tho suicide suicideof
of the girl Votrora In the political poltclli pri prison prlson prison ¬
son of the fortress of St 81 Peter and IIn St StPaul StPaul StPaul
Paul were factory workers Tho nil nilthorltles 11 mitethonitles
thorltles having anticipated lltclJate trouble had hadmade hndmade hadmade
made preparations for this thl outbreak outbreakund
und the rioters were vigorously met a amajority amoJoriy amajority
majority moJoriy of them being prevented from fromentering frornentering fromentering
entering the square For a I time tme how however hIever hewever
ever they blockaded the Nebukol NI blkol Pros Prcspect Pr ProsPact < Jf
pectDuring During the dlsturbanqcs disturbitn es one of the thostudents theItndelh thettmdemits
students Itndelh rend a proclamation by h the thestudents thestullplts tueatudents
students stullplts committee commltc demanding the theabolition thenbolton theabolition
abolition nbolton of the tl military mltn service regula regulations regulatonl regulaions ¬
ions tonl and nn a Jury trial for Karpovlch KarpovlchWho
Who shot and nnl fatally f tnly wounded the III min
Istnr Istlr of otlllhll public Instruction M 1 ilogolle ilogollelUtt Ho ocole ocoleIbf frolic frolicpoff
poff Ibf last month monthA monthArumlr
A Arumlr rumor was In general Hnerl1 circulation circulationthat circulaton circulatonImt
that Imt two or three thrl pnrsonn JIrOnl had been
killed kleli but no eyewitnesses of these thesereported tlcse tlcselIortCllatnlltles thesereported
reported lIortCllatnlltles fatalities can cnnhe be found foundA ounll
A curious crowd remained reml11d In the th vi vicinity vicinity I Iclnl ¬
cinity clnl of the scene scele of tho tl th disturbance disturbanceuntil IIpturbnnce IIpturbnnceunti disturbanceuntil
until unti late In thc evening and persist penitently persistentiy er ltt lttent ¬
ently ent spread reports reportl of horrors horror In Mos Moicow Moscow t09 t09cow
cow It I In II ii asserted aR ertPr though without wlhut
demonstrable dPtQnstrble foundation that the chief chiefof
of police polce Vas as killed killedKing killed1Un killedKing
King 1Un CharUH CtmnrisoOp9rtoaig CtmnrisoOp9rtoaigLisbon H to I Oportonim OportonimLisbon OJortonlR OJortonlRLishon
Lisbon March
19Klng Carlos Carlol re repblng reo toplying
plying to a I committee commitee from rota Oporto Oportowhich Oportowhich
which vailed waied upon UPOI his majesty to de demand demacid ¬
mand a separation BeIl1m tlon of religion and the thestate le lemund thestnte thestate
state said enl Oporto con count upon me
In these serious times thnel The freedom of ofrtllglon otflglon ofreligion
religion flglon and thc state must be safe safeguarded snfeuardld safeguarded ¬
guarded by b thc adoption adoptol of prtuVnt prtuVntmeasures 1llll rtidntmneastmres tlt tltmeuures
measures und application applcnton of laws IIW9 which
should shoull control our conduct I nm a
literal lteral hy principles traditions trallllionf educa educatlon ulucatiori I
tlon ton and nn the teaching tenchlnJ of my nl father I Iwill Iwil Iwill
will wil rwommcnd rplolmcld this timi subject IbJect to the goy governm goyernnint
JOV JOVprnmnt
ernm prnmnt nt aid aid will wi follow toloI It with cape especial capecia speclal ¬
cia attention atpnton You can rn count on the tliegovernment thegovernment Ie Iegovernment
government governmentWeather governmentWClther governmentWeather
Weather WClther Iliircnii Imenu OdlclalsTonvrntloti OdlclalsTonvrntlotiWashington OnclnhPonvnllll OflicInsConvrntiocWashington
Washington March 19Prof 19lrot Willis WillisL WiIllIi lls llsI
L I Moore chief < hle of the weather bureau bureauunder bureau bureauunder bureauunder
under the authority of Secretary Vii WIIlon VI VIson Viisoil
son lon liar Lulled lulle the triennial convention conventionof
conventon conventonof
of weather went hEr bureau olllclnls olclnis at Milwau Milwaukee lwau lwauktI ¬
kee ktI WU August AUJust 27th 27h and 29th next next11Ifalo
Buffalo 11Ifalo Chattanooga Chntanooga Denver and San I IIrnclpco
Francisco Irnclpco i eao > i M o were wete w eri competing competng for 01 the thehonor thehonor thehonnr
honor Alvu Al 1to 100 olllclnls olcials will wlh bo pres presenut presenut presenut
enut Including Ineuhllg Secretary Wilson Wison Ilson Chief ChiefMoore Chlcthlro ChIttooro
Moore hlro and experts Ilerts from the West eat In Indies Indies Incdies
dies diesiIttitjANlqi
MlMANPH llIuXPJ V HAVINGS tM lXnS 1UXK 1UXKJudgment IJXIt IJXItUcfcllo 1IANlItofbrro
Ucfcllo Itofbrro hlt Sccllon f4edmiorm BcculnlJcls BcculnlJclshllIIII ilectmmmnieiclg
Judgment hllIIII 1 Again llln t Directors DirectorsSt lrlct lrlctSt
St Louis March 19 19I 19Former Former ormer Judge JudgeJames JudgtJames JudgeJames
James A Seddun who was wa appointed appolntsdrtfcrce IlppolntCd IlppolntCdleree appointedttteree
rtfcrce to hear l1lr testimony In II the JZGO 29 29oo GO
000 0 damage suit brought by b cxQov cxQovWilliam cxOoWiliam exaoVliiinni
William Wiliam J 1 Stone receiver of ot ofthe the Mul Mullanphy Mullanyhy I ul ullaJphy
lanphy Savings bank against tthe the dl dlI dltectors < lilectors >
lectors I of thu thl lie bank for alleged alegel careless eareleosness carelessnesi
ness ne in tho management Innagcment of thc banK barml banKhas banKhas
l has > as tiled hid his hi report reloT In II Judge Douglais Douglaiscome DOIlals DOIlalsCOUI
come COUI recommending rccoJllenlHlg thnt Judgment fur furlarge turlag or orlarge
large lag amounts rmuunts be rendered against ugllnst the thebank thebank thebank
bank oinuaU The defendants in the thesuit thesull tuesuit
suit are or John H I llottman Hotm3n president of ofthe ufthe ofthe
the defunct bank and Frederick lr derlck S SUoltc SJolte Bliolte
Uoltc Jolte Conrad Co na I Kcllersmann Ielerrllnn J i a QHrlnkmcycr aUrlnkmecr aIrinkmneyer
Hrlnkmcycr J H 1 I I JohnnnlnB Charles CharlesSchumacher Chnrl CimanleoSelmumnaehmer a aSchumnchr
Schumacher Schumnchr Conrad Oerstlnf Olftlnl Joseph JosephMarx J08ellhInr JOsePhMarx
Marx Inr nnd Henry lenry K Lagos Itg directors directorsGeneral lllrectOlIIOenelll direetoisGeneral
General Oenelll negligence ncglgrne Is alleged In that thatthey tha thatthey
they the allowed nllowei heavy overdrafts to be tiemado bemlldo bemade
made by ly fronds frondsIIlK trl frIendsBig nds
Big 11 lllUznnt 11ll11 In Wrstirn eetoimi KlnioK KlnioKOmaha HlnlrHOmahl1 HtntcOmaha
Omaha Neb March Iarh 19 19A A blizzard blizzardwhich tlllzznd tlllzzndwhich blizzardwhich
northern northernNebrnskn Kaiuns KaiunsNebraska
which Is general over nnF9 nnF9Nebrnllka
Nebraska North Dakota Dakula Iowa mind nrdparts In InIlarts mindParts
parts of Minnesota lnlC80tn began bllan early today todayA tn tnhenv to1aA
A heavy snow accompanied acompanlcll by n strung utrongwind strungwInd tnJfS tnJfSwlml
wind fell tel cli continually contlnual during durng the day dayhaving dnyhalng clayhaving
having a bad bn effect efect on telegraph wires wiresThe wiresThe Irci
The storm Is I considered cnsldlred of much mich value valueto
to agricultural glculurnl Interests Intersts furnishing furnishingmoisture turnlshlngmolAture furnishingmoisture
moisture for or which the ground grund has hI be been uenIn n nIn
In urgent need tCd Owing to the high hightemperature hllh hllhtelpernture hightemsiperaturo
temperature telpernture the snow sno melted meled consid considerably conslduubl conaidcncmbiy ¬
erably thus preventing Ilreventng drifting driftinglllg drlCllg drlCllgU driftinglug
lllg U Jlr Ilro nt Port Plrt Huron Inrln Mich MichPort 3tIciiPort tch tchPort
Port Huron 1urn Mich Mlh March 19 19Fle 19FleenrlY 19FIre 19FIreearly Fire Fireearly
early today destroyed Ilc troed thc Jenks Bid ShiIlulldlng Sil SilBullHng Bidlluiiding
Ilulldlng BullHng companys plant entailing tRlnR n nloss t maloss >
loss of ocr 1175000 li5o partially parialy covered coveredby coverel
by Insurance InsuranceHlnck Insurnncemnck insuranceIHack
Hlnck beg lcl Vncelno nccilo 6u SUIH ueeMfmml ueeMfmmlWashington < < rH > rul rulWashington rll rllWnhllRton
Washington WnhllRton March Iarb 19 19Sectetllt 19Secretary Secretary ef efAgriculture ofAgriculture f fgrlculturo
Agriculture Wilson Wison estimated today todaythat toay toaythnt todaythat
that over J6000OiX 600 worth of young Olng live livestock Ihcstok livestock ¬
stock stok throughout thru hout the country count was wassaved wal wassaved
saved during ItOO by u the
lW prompt use tit titmedicine tC tCmelcln atanedicifle
medicine melcln for black leg senfout by the thedepartment th thdeportment hedepartment
department Information Intonaton ho hehn hai ha Just Justreceived Justrecelv Justreceived
received recelv show that over 2EOOOOO IO dOles doiesof
of f the vaccine were distributed dlstrlblled by b the thedepartmont thedeplttnlnt thedepartment
department deplttnlnt during 4urll the year ea
Ho Takes Eight Hundred Hund ed Men MenWith MenW MenWith
With W It h Him HI HimFURTJIER m
ii 1 1FURTHER f fImnTIER
Will Wi be Nlnrtnt Ntl rted In OrnnstOjUJvcr orIUl jJiJ r Col Colonyllny el 01oflJsey
onyllny on JIY b be an liutdleiitioii lIHIIrltlul 1 of ofSOltl ofSouth f fSoutU
South SOltl Alrlcan rhnl Vur ImorIonc1oim
i iur iuri Us UsLondon
London March WLordSpbcrtB 19rorl tc CftH ts In Ina InI Ina
a letter I to a corrc pondehtyjv11lrtfsefl pondehtyjv11lrtfsefla 1 I In
a n confident confent hope that Loj Loftchiener Loftchienerwlhi > S KtClicncr KtClicncrwill Wphcntr Wphcntrwi
will wi soon be able to secuHjjjpeare seCI veecmIace Jeare In InSouth InSouth inSouth
South Africa Arlen but thus fa ghra Is no nolgn noJlgn nosign
sign Jlgn from Pretoria 1Ietorfn or Capetown Cpet tllFJi n that thatpence thlllJele thatieace
pence Is near nearTime v vThe
Jele The latest news Is that tbatC Q1 Cjii THj Fourlc Fourlcwith Fourlewih Fouriewith
with wih SCO men Ien oicnped o capel Sunday Rlndl from fromtlio fromthl fromtime
time thl Hrlllsh columns colUlS that wj8 wir1 endoav endoavorlnp endnaorin rmdeasoning
orlnp orin to corner th the commando east of ofBloemfonteln otDoemtonteln ofJ3ioemfontelrm
Bloemfonteln Doemtonteln Further I commat blkpperatlons blkpperatlonswill bJldwHUtOIS bJldwHUtOISwi bigpcratIomiswill
will wi ba started tnrtel In Orange OrangI Hlvfr m r colony colonywithin colonywihIn colonywIthin
within wihIn a few etc dayd dnyGen f fGen o
Gen Ian Hamilton Jarlton addressing nlhrC R lg tho thoAuthors thoAuthorR timeAuthors
Authors club In li London London rnndc last hl Joityvenlng Joityvenlngauntie t evening eveningmade venlngmade
made the curious suBgesllojJtjiat SUlrgesld Hlt the theIlocr thoBoer timehoer
Boer prisoners prisoner be b sent to QSmida Q n ftdft to towork towurk toivork
work the tl railways Wheru herB Ut tM7 Qtnda < Sy would wouldlearn wouhllearll ivouidbane
learn tho English l ngJsh language lonlualO anY nmlhecQme nmlhecQmenhu11 rLhecurneImbued become becomeImbued
Imbued wih with English EnglMh sentfinivits sentfinivitsSOUTH eeltW sentqtsSOUIII lt ltSOU1I
TION TIONLondon TIONLondon J Jl JLondon l
London March 18 18ln In tmytriue tlrjupe of
lords today todn the premier Jremlr thfUUF ijmd Iojd Salts Hal
bury replying repllngto to inquiries IIQUIlea Ifl onuhe sub lub
Joct Jlct of an Investigation IIYesll tOI Inioltlie Inl 1Ulc con ¬
duct of the war in South Africa A said naldthe saidthe nll nllthe I
the KOVOI HOVel11nt uovemmiment nment had not made any anypromise nn nnpromle anypromIse
promise promle to Institute InRtltllo an Investigation
He le feared renel that a full lul 1I8tlalon Just ust and andequitable nndequluble andequitable
equitable equluble Inquiry InQllr would woul lentl hcntlto to n re renewal reonwnl renewni ¬
newal nwnl of the same ale speclejj Ip of re regrettable reo reogrtable regrettable ¬
grettable grtable discussion dl8cu Rlon as al occurred ocrurrl CIc during durlllthe
the exchange eJchnnge of speeches between betycen Lord JArt
Wolseley arid Lord Lansdowne Still
If the government was as urged Irged tirgefo to male mnltean
an Inquiry It could not rcfusi reup without withoutcasting withoutcnstng sithoutcasting
casting cnstng suspicions ausplclonsupon upon the army arm
Lord Itoscbery I 0 sber wished to kijow k ow when
the government had hld washed wshedUs Its hands handsof
of tho Inquiry I f
Lord Salisbury Salsbury suggested the ap arcpoimmtmermt ¬
pointment of a preliminary prtlhnlnr commission
to Inquire Into the the matter nler hereupon
tho subject was WIl dropped droppedJiAIWESFlfly t tiiAKGKST f fJiW
iiAKGKST JiW JiAIWESFlfly S1 nny 1m DOIJKS DOIJKS1ropoiltlon uodIcsIroltfn IdtCSs IdtCSlroPoeltion
1ropoiltlon Iroltfn to Hstnfolkh I Rllblh fhtm RIce 1101 at on onNow onNeu I I II
Now JorHOjr CiMiwt CiMiwtNew CfIMt CfIMtNe ComIMtNew
New Ne York March 19 19t A final hearing hellrJnwi
will wi be given glen on Thursday fnnl before the
board bOlnI of harbor line lint commissioner cQmmlloner to
tho Cragin syndicate lYHlllte concerning con Its
project Jtf Jf erecting CNctul one ln of tWhlpl > fhc largest larelt lareltIlry IR
dry docks and ship < yards rlll In tte the world worldon
on the tll New Jersey Jeu Hals lall a short dis ¬
tance tllnCI west elt of the Immigration ImmIGraton station stationon 118
staton statonon
on Rills ElIs Island Albert Urookes Frye Fryechief Frc Fryechief I Ichlel
chief engineer and miperlntcndrnt IUlerlntenll nt of ofrepair orrepalrM ofrepairc4
repair of the sovcrnrtient gcwetnnllnt buildings In n i
Now = IW York City has hnbeen hn been directed to ton tonpear np
pear on n behalf of the treasury tresury depart department delart delartment lepartmacnt
ment before the tll meeting 11tlng A appoint 8JIPeli
from Washington to the Journal Joutn1 of
Commerce soys U the war department departmentreceived drportmcntreceived departmentreceived
received Informal notice that no ob
Jectlon Jecton would be JI interposed provided no nostructure noslructue nostructure
structure slructue wan aa placed within COO OO feet of
the west line lne of Kills mis Island Islnl1 and Chic Chili
Engineer I Fryo would nciid
Fre present prelent this tie tieclslon declslon docislon
clslon to the harbor line ln board boardCtnrfl bonr bonrCllrl boardCzars
Czars Cllrl Health Icnlth Much helter liotlcrBerlin INwr INwrDerlln helterIJerlin
Berlin March 19 19The The Cologne Colonl Yolks
Ztltung 71Hung today tmll prints private corrospon
dence from the czars Izars Immediate en entourage entourage entourage ¬
tourage which hiieh suya 8U the epileptic cpl IJtle at ¬
tacks which formerly rorm rb occurred Iccurred every VN
four or HX w vccks elts have not occurred occurredsince occurredRlnce occurredaitice
since lils iia 1mm mnjcstvs nines Inppt It I Is I also alsoannounced nboallnounced alsoannounced
announced that thlt his hi headaches have dis disappeared dl dln disappeared ¬
appeared n pcared and al1 his hil face has hn grown full fulland tulland fulland
and round His 1s complexion Is healthy htalthyTUOOPS halhy halhyiHOOIS healthyIiiOOPM
The Haniouk 11ll0ck Will WI WIhlRnui Rail 111 With Wih ltIm Them ThemVot Thei Thmnimiscat
MondaySan Monday nnInySai
San Sai Francisco Frncisco March 19 1The 19The The trans transport reins reinsport nnsIlort ¬
port Hancock will wi be b the next net vessel sscl to
leave lell this thll port carrying soldiers 1Idlerl to Il the
Philippines Phippines Orders have been Issued
fixing fxln the date for her sailing sailng on
March 2J 2 and assigning flpllnlng the following folowllg
bodies bllles of soldiers for ttr passage passageTroops POSSI PascLgeTroops
Troops F and G Sixth cavalry Crlr from fromthe fromthl fromthe
the Presidio Irjllo and troops R F F and H of HIP HIPsame theIlle ticssamno
same Ille regiment from trol the department of oftho ottho oftime
tho Columbia company Olllln H I Seventh In Infantry Infanh Infantry ¬
fantry fanh from rm rum Alcatraz Alrltrn compan I ISeventh 1 ISeventh
Seventh Infantry Inflntr from Fort Logan Lglln and andcompanies allilcOlpnlls nailCOii1lUtflIe
companies cOlpnlls M 1 and 0 C from the depart departinont depar departcacHe
cacHe IPII of the Columbia ColumbiaThe Coilmbl Coilmblfhe
The be bemustered bemustcrecl
Twentyseventh Infantry will vl be
mustered out April lrI110nd tirll 1 and the Thirteenth ThirteenthInfantry Thlrt Thirteenthinfantry
entl entlInfantr
Infantry will wi quit HIP tlm service April AIJI 4 4OlIOUGIAX t tmOnOX 4E011014NIIAY
OlIOUGIAX mOnOX E011014NIIAY HAV 1 GANAIi GANAIiIlljKploltntloii OX tl tlBig I IJl
IlljKploltntloii Jl Big Blllulnt ipioitnticiiConipniiy n Company Will Wi Cnrry Cnrrynn Rrtf Rrtfon
nn HIP Work WorkNew VorkNeu urk urkNew
New York March 19 19The The largest Illst ex exploitatlon nIllottln cxliloltation
ploitatlon Illottln company in Kngfllund I If rI made madeup mndetll madeimp
up tll of the thl th banker banlaf 0 > London lnlun und l ParIs llnrlheaded 1arlsheaded ParIsheaded
headed by b the he Iloihschllds Hoth ltomhmehhhlsaccording ehldsnccordln according to toH toR toa
H Times hlel special pPbl fiom flUl1 Toronto r410llto socured socuredcontrol Iocur sacuredcontrol d dcontrol
control of the Georgian Hay la Canal Canalcompany CannlCOl CanalCenipail
company COl pan and will wi q UK on 11 with wih the work worka workI
a I as a private plmtl enterprise clterrl e If It I can Cei not In Induce II Induce ¬
duce the th Dominion government to guar guarantee gunrontee gumaramitee ¬
antee the JJOOOOnoo SMOO of bonds the money moneyto
to be bl spent on the thl w work rk of construction constructionIts constructon constructonIs
Its Is It representative reprlntltlp who Is I now no1 in this ttiHcity thll thiscity
city say paYI that the chances rhnnrl9 of making makingtho ninkin ninkinthe
tho GeorgIan flay Ia and Ottawa Otllwa river ea eanal 0 cxineil
neil the largest larCt and ani cheapest ch J t grain graintransportation graintrnmtsportntcon ralntrn
transportation trn porlntlon system t stem In America Ameria are aregood nrego aregood
good go goodhA
HAVPAUxenioTi H hA 1USCIrn TUIUTT TUIUTTSenator TIWlSenator Titlt1lSemirtiot
Senator Btewnrt SiewflrtSas Saj npi tfonato ello Amend AmendWere tmmietiiimimants 1111 1111lontH
lontH mimants Were cro 11 Cnlo Ilu cciisai nl lilutiilrr lilutiilrrNew Illlllr IlllllrNew fihimnilerNe
New Ne York Mann IJSenator USentor Stew Stewart Stewn Siesart ¬
art n rt of Nevada 1111 Is I quoted luoted In a tpcclal tpcclalfiom tpecll1lhor tpecIalmom
fiom hor mom Wnfthlneton WClhlngtol to the Ihl Times TimesI Tlmel r eaying eayingI lng lngI
I roRnrd relorll tIre tlJ amendment of tho Ildy IldyPauncefoto l hiuylauncefeto
Pauncefoto Illunc roto treaty by b the United Uni ee States StatesSenate Stles StlesSento StatesSenate
Senate Sento n IR ems the worst t > f t political polllcul blunder blunderof
of the thm times toes In my m opinion that thattreaty thattrlt thattrecity
treaty trlt wa IB va the thl greatest crlltest diplomatic diplomaticachievement dlponmlc dlponmlcnchlement liphumilaticnciulemiiemmt
achievement by b this country ountr during eurlng the thepresent theprepent th thpresent
present gcntrollon gcntrollonThe generton genertonThe cneratIonTime
The consent of the whole world that thatthe thatthe Int Intthe
the United Unie Stales might Ilght build buid the canal canalto clnnl clnnlto
to be used d by the commercial rnulercal world up upon ulon upon ¬
on the payment tlment of such Slrh tolls tol or charges chargesas chargeRa
as a would woull pay Interest on onthl the achieve achievement tchleve tchlevement achievement ¬
ment coupled with lth the pledjro pledJ of till tillcommercial ni nilcomnmereiai
commercial cmmerlal nations ni lons to maintain tho thoneutrality thoneutralt theneutrality
neutrality neutralt of the canal lnnl both In peace pracoand pracennd peaceanti
and war would have he been the beet and andonly nndonl andonly
only onl available Iwalalle Kuarantee Ilomnt for the unin uninterrupted unlnterrlJtlll uninternmpted ¬
terrupted terrlJtlll use of the same MIn by the United UnitedStates Unltll UnitedStates
States In common with lh all 11 other na nalions natons naIons
lions lionsIt IonsIt
tons tonsIt
It Is I absurd Ibuf to assume that the thecommercial theeotnmer thecommercial
commercial eotnmer t l world or would oh1 b bi tits 115 sal setup acrp
ulous IlulS In maintaining mnlntalnlnl the neutrality neutm1y of oftho ofth oftue
tho th cnnal In which till 11 mankind Is in interesUd tntere8t Intercstd
teresUd tere8t than thnn1nlntalnlng maintaining the neutrall neutrallty neutral
ty t of It the th 1 portS of a I weak and Ind helpless helplessnation helplessIIton helplessmutt
nation mutt ion ionTime
nationThe IIton The blunder In amending amrdhllt the lie treaty treatyhas trcntyhal treatyhimus
has hal Involved Iwohel the Senate as well wel ns R the theadministration thl thlIdrlnlRtralon thendnnintatrtetion
administration In a diplomatic Ilplorl1to contro controversy controvcrs controvemsy
IdrlnlRtralon versy vcrs with wih Great reut t IMItnln ItHaln Which has haspostponed his hisIJU8troned hasvuatroned
postponed th the commencement of the tnocunal thecunlll thecanal
cunal for two years yenrl at least leastTo leastJI leastIo
To JI Inspeot Dnlry l > lry KxportnWashington I ExportsWasimington Exports q1rtlWn8hln
Washington Wn8hln lon March 19Secretary IdSccretaryWilson 19SecretaryWison 19SecretaryWilson
Wilson Wison will wi take steps shortly Ihorl to carry carryout cnrryout carryotmt
out the portion of tho th thi agricultural ap appropriation IP IPJJrQprlaton upPropriatlon ¬
propriation JJrQprlaton act t empowering the depart departmcnt dCnrt dCnrtment departiiiont
mcnt It of f agriculture aKrlcultule to Inspect exports exportsof exportot
of dairy dolr products a1 anti furnish Curlish certifi certificates certlOcalcH certifieates ¬
cates to accompany aCCOl1U them Rules Hlle and andreifulatloim nndrewlatiolY andregulations
regulations rewlatiolY will be framed fraled and Issued Issuedwhereby I issuedwhereby suec
whereby first frRt class produttH IJoduct will wi bo boproperly IJ beproperly
properly Identified laentlled abroad abrolll An agricul agricultural nerlcultlrll ngrIcuittmrnl ¬
tural tlrll export will wi be stationed stltonell at New NewYork NOIYork IIQWYork
York for this purpose purposeWeighting IJurpole IJurpoleWII lurposeIVelgimling
Weighting WII htll ShnmrookH Shomrockl ICrol ICrolGlasgow IrtolOISgoW lCeoiGlasgow
Glasgow OISgoW March 10 1Th Tho method methodnclopted metho1nlotlll methodadopted
adopted nlotlll by George OI Otre L 1 Watson Wilson In Inweighting InwllJhtnJ inveighting
weighting wllJhtnJ the iced of the Shamrock Shlmrock II IImarks I IIummarics
marks Jntl an Interesting Interestng departure from fromhis tremhis fromhis
his previous prevlols work Instead of tho us usual usUII tieteal ¬
teal UII bolting bolll of a I block of lead lea to tim thoIln tbeIn timliii
Iln In In II the tl now IItW boat the manganese manganesebronze mnnjnnep mnnjnnephrollzl mnnnganesebroimze
bronze hrollzl plating has been carried down downto lownto
to the thl point of greatest Irlltcst draught dra ught and nld the thelead tie tielead timelend
lead weighing nearly ninety tons tOiS has hasbeen hasblel hasbeen
been blel run Inside The advantages ndRntaef ex expected Ix Ixpitt11 CXPtted ¬
pected pitt11 ate Ir greater rigidity rJlhIy from time thoweight tlo tloweight timeielght
weight being boine JOI Inside 11111 the thl traumas frnnipsand frnnlR frnnlRInd traumasand
and Ind less fi trlcton friction let Ion owing owln to the plates plateshaving pInteRhlhlA plateshaving
having hlhlA n vmoolher Floothcr surface turface than the thelead thelend timelead
lead leadAs leadts
As s there Ilele I 19 some question us lS to how howthe hol howtIme
the cup challenger ehnlpnr will wi fare under DrIU DrIUIsh Dtl i3nltlslm
Ish I h measurement nwapurllnt rules the Glasgow Gnslrow ex exhibition eXhlblon eXhihiiloim ¬
hibition hlblon authorities 1lthnrltlEs have arranged nrrnnlN a aHpeclal n aspecial
special Hpellal prize plw for the tl yacht first Irt home homeIrrespective homeIrrespectVe lmomneirrespective
Irrespective IrrespectVe of rating ralng or allowance nJowanll In Innn Inan Intin
nn international Ihffrnatonnl race which has been bcunfKed beun1td beenlived
lived 1td for June 7 7Health 7nn 7DInz
nn DInz Health Ihnlh Completely GOIItC Coma 11101eI3 ItoMornl UtHlorlll UtHlorlllWnrhlngton IksturcdWashington ItoMornlWashington
Washington Mardi 19 aMr I Mr Maniacal Morlscalsecretary Maniacalsecretary arlscnlAeCNtnry
secretary AeCNtnry of foreign relations of Mexico MexicoIn
In a telegram tllolraln from the Mexican capital cnplnl
dated yesterday YCterda says to Ambassador
Aspiroz Prwldent lrtlltcnt Diaz Daz health hlnlh hlnlhcfnnlltI 1 1completely Is Iseiimnplateiy
completely restored his Illness IlnesA never neverpreentfd neverpr neverpresented
presented pr entPcl any all alarming symptoms fymptorR nor
Indicated bruin disease iISf8SC In last 118t Janu January Jnlu JnluIIr Janucity ¬
city IIr he went seek milder
to lek it 1 and warm warmer warmIr ¬
er Ir climate lmate near the 110 City CIl of Mexico he hewill hetlii
days laya will 11 return rlUt to this city ciy within three threelaya
Iootln Looting a Ktrnnddl SIIllc1 V VSt Vescini Vescinit esIll esIllSI
St t Johns N P March ltnrch 19The 19TheFrench 19ThoFrench 1TimeFrench
French barkontlne borkoltne ne lAqultalne Iqulaln from fromBayonne trlmnaonl fromIIayonmie
Bayonne naonl for or St at Pierre with wih a cargo cargoof cargoo
of o nines wilIS spirits and nn general Ienernl supplies suppliesfor aupples aupplestor
for the French Frlneh bank fishing flhlng fleet leet is isashorp 1 isashore
ashore off Cape La Hune Iune on the south southcoast southCOIst southcoast
coast COIst of Newfoundland Newtftdland 23 3 miles mies east of
Durgeo Her crew escaped Tho ship
Is badly tlndl damnged and Inll escapel miil the coast folk folkare folkam folkare
are looting lootll her Customs officials ofelalB nre
being bllg hurried to the scene Th cargo Is Isunusually isunusually
unusually unufualy valuable Iluable and exciting exclng times timesare tmes tmesaro timesare I
are expected In the endeavor to recover recoverthe rcor rcortho recovertime
the property salvaged salvagedDEATH gll salvagedDIt1I gel gelDEAJ
County COtIlit Commissioner COnllh OIC Xeplil Tarbot TarbotDies lalbct lalbctnes faihot1le
Dies nes nt SmithIkhl SmithIkhlSpecial Siult 111 hfiIJ hfiIJSpdlll liflld liflldSpeclai
Special to the News Newskoflan NewJ NewsLogan
Logan J gunnrolr March 19 l9Nephl Xcphl = hl Tfllhct utbettbc utbettbcgel thc thcaged theaged
aged < gel and nnl respected rspected commissioner commlfsloner for forCache forCache forCache
Cache county counl passed JlSSl away at his home homent
nt Smlthflcld Smlhfcld this afternoon afernoQn from trol the thecombined timecombined i icombined
combined effects efect of congestion cunreston of the thelunge thelungs thelungs
lungs and nnlnllmmnton Inflammation of the stomach stomachThe stomachThe mitomacimThe
The deceased had been Iii 1 only onl for or four fourdays tourdays fourdays
days past 111t and his lml friends and relatives relativesdid relatler
did not anticipate anteltJnte that anything so soserious soIcrlous soserIous
serious Icrlous was the thl matter mater with wih him This Thismorning ThIslorlng Thisimmorning
morning lorlng they decided however to call callIn cul ceillIn
In Dr Parkinson When the medical medicalman medicalIln medicalmilan
man Iln arrived arrlct he saw that Mr Ir Tarbct Tarbctvna Tarbelwnl Tarbetwas
was wnl beyond all help hell and his dlaeno dlaenojiroved IJagnoHIR IJagnoHIR11te diagnoMla3iroed
jiroved 11te correct with the result that ho hopasted boIJns hopassoti
pasted IJns cll away own an Oi stated statedXephI stntedeJJhI1nrbel statedNephui
XephI = eJJhI1nrbel Turbot was universally beloved belovedund belovcdI belovedand
und rt r rtsluecteti l IIctlll > ectcd having resided rlldell In hut Uimvicinity thufIrlll hutielflit
I vicinity Irlll ielflit for the past JJa t twenty years cars Ho Hovnn Hownl HosvnI
vnn wnl born In Illinois IlnolR In 1S43 IS 3 and came cameout caineout nlC nlCout
out to Utah In 1M7 IS m lon soon > on after nler the ark arArival nr nrrlml arkrival
rival here of O Ihu pioneers He wn wnn wan waHa
a prominent prmilent man In this county count amid nndwas an anwnl amidwas
was recently 1conl elected as a county com commissioner conuummlastoner ¬
missioner 11 loner on the Democratic Democratc ticket He Hecaves Il liecave5
caves a wlft acid several severl children to tomourn tomourn tomriourn
mourn his death
Orccon OICOI Short Line 1lle Commences COIIIICC Con Construction COl COIlatMiction ¬
struction sltlctlol on 01 Loirnii ro Lninul 111 FactorySpechl Flictol Factory SJI SJISpecll Spui SpuiSpechi
Spechl to the Xews XewsLogan NetisLogitmi = cws cwsI
Logan March I arch 19 19Thls This morning moring the theOregon theOregon theOregon
Oregon Short Line III commenced work on onthe onthe onthe
the spur to the thl new sugar mglr factory tatory here hereThc hereThe hereTue
Thc work on tim th line Inp which will wi be a amile 4mill amile
mile mill and a half hnl In length when com completed completCl cornpleted ¬
pleted pletCl will wi be III pushed 118h d ahead rapidly rapidlyMuch raiidly raiidlyMuch rnpidiyMuch
Much Indignation Indlnllon was expressed among amongthe amOI ainoimgthe
the th citizens here from rein the fact that thatthe thlltthe
the railroad riroad company has put on n nforce nforeo aforce
force of lO Jews to perform Ilorfon the neces necessary necesRlr necesslur ¬
sary Rlr slur construction 008ttulon In explanation Ixplnnaton of ofthis atthis ofthIs
this action uctiln however one of lt if the th tore foremen toremn toremen
men stated that It had been 1en found foundnecessary toundneceul foundnecessary
necessary neceul to employ eml11oycoolle coolie labor on rail railroad rai railSnccad
road work became Ilclu o white labor laor had ha
Ijfon found In the tle ran IJQU to be most un unsatisfactory uneatlsallor Unsatisfactory ¬
satisfactory from tror the tact that the class classof
of men employed etplocl could cnlll not be relied reliedupon rrled rrleduln reliedupon
upon uln and Ind had a weakness of f getting Jettnl
drunk or quitting 1111ttng work Just when whll they theywere the thewn theywere
were wanted wantlll the thl most most It I Is 181tntlII stated that thatthe thntthe thatthe
the majority Inalrlr of time th roads rool In the West Westarc WOIT WOITnre Vearare
arc employing Sup Jil labor In preference preferenceto
to the white whie man on 01 this account accountANOTHER aecouumtANOltIIEIt ccountANOIUm
I J C iitncr llcr Ilomls PICltl 1leailflmiiity iitllty inlt to Pcrmlt Pcrmlttintr IeiiiiltIi III
tintr 111 Ii imr iiiniMliicr nmlhu fu Ills Is I I IH Saloll SalollI Saloon SaloonIf alooiiIt
If I affairs nralr continue contnuo as they tho are ar nt ntpresent ntpreJenl atpresent
present preJenl thc city cl will wi sonic loon be on a o Oh OhLasll oah oahbasis sh shbasic
basic Lasll and will wi have money to throw thrownt throwlt
nt lt thc tl birds Tho above aho statement etntomelt was wasmade W4 W4mll wamacic
made mll by b one cf t the oftlcrs ofctrH today toay and andwas cladwas
was wal called caUe forth by b another line of ten I
cents centl Imposed Im loRol by Judge Tlmmony In a agambling agambling
gambling gambln cote The case was WIS that of ofa ofO ofI I
a I C Elmer mior who was accused of per permlttlnc permltln pernutting
mlttlnc mltln card playing 1111llg In hIs saloon saloonthe sllloOI saloouutime
the Comstock Judge JudeI Alex Ale Southerland Southerlandnppemd SoutherlandnpI1er Southenlacidnppered
nppemd npI1er for tho defendant and aul made madetlii madeth
tic < following fjlioit ing statoment etntfment etntfmentI
1 IUOK I OK tipun the law as n It exists ests on ontin ontl oniii
tin tl iii books loks of the city fil thr 1h law III In this thisclass thiscias thisclass
class nt n ensues CI8S Is II not In aceortlance aceortlancewith I Iwll
with wll Hit laws of the Stats My h client clientwill olont olontwi eiionttviii
will wi plead guilty Iul to cord playing He Hethought Hethought lietiiotmght
thought that under undlr yesterdays decision decisionthe dtcllou dtcllouth
the th Ranies anl s should Ihol11 b I be allowed His Hisfriends Jls Jlstrlemls illsfriends
friends alto olo thought thoulht they the had 111 a right rightto rlJh
to play lIb Now we WI plead pl61 guilty gUl with withthese wih wihthese withthese
these extenuating extenuatnl circumstances drum tanc that thatIs thatII
Is II to playing a came me of card but not notgambling notrambllng notgambling
gambling gamblingStand rambllng Stand Sllnd up said 1111 Judge Tlmmony TlmmonThe
The sentence of the th court Is that you yoube yoube ou oube
be fined Intd the sum sum ot t tin ten n cents centsJamts centl centsJames
James Jamel Evans EVlns plfa Ileadtll pleaded < d guilty ul to the thocharge tbochn thecharge
charge chn t of being beln R vagrant vt rnnt by begging
He le wits W8 given Ien thirty days daysFrank dlslrnk daysFrank
for Frank lrnk drunkenness dtnkennu Kelly Iely a a soldier wa Wa was fined fnei f3 f3for z zfor
Boer Leaders Agree With Vih His lis Position PositionChamberlain Posi PositionCliaiiibeiIaiii tion tionCluuuberiain
Chamberlain Makes akes the I Announcement Announcementin Annolncement Annolncementin Annoti ucenient ucenientin
in the House of Commons
London March Mar h 19 117 17 p ia IMr IMrJooph mnMr mnMrJoseph Mr MrJosaph
Joseph Chamberlain the colonial colol1111 secro secrolory sero secrotory
tory has just Informed the house hou of ofcommons otcommons ofcommiinoaa
commons that Gen 001 Ilotha Jothn Me h rejected rejectedthe
the peace terms offered him himden himOemm
den 0 Hotlm 1othn Air Ir Chamberlain Chnmblllin said saidhad lald laldIll saidImicul
had Ill conveyed the Information Intor1tlon In a I let letter lette lettom ¬
tom te to Gen GlI Kitchener In which he an announced announctd annoimmmned ¬
nounced that he li was not lot disposed to
A P I filliolt Elot and James Jalcs Neville NeYile Slash Away at t Each Oilier Till Tillthe Ti Tillthe
the Latter Latcr Falls Fals Mortally Morlal Wouneil WoulcdOcculred VouliedOcciiired Occurred at Dagget Cal
San SunD Snnflnardino Bernardino nardlno Cal Cal March 19 19A A I IElliott 1 IElliott
Elliott Ellott manager of tho Peacock coppor coppormine coppormine coppermine
mine and amid James Neville Novl another well wellknown wel iellknown
known mining man became ecllne Involved InvolvedIn
In n quarrel at Daijuctt Dn et a email Imal town townone townone townone
one hundred miles mleR north nrth of hers nnd nndfought nndJought nmmdfought
fought a duel with pocket knives knivs for forfifteen torfteen forfifteen
fifteen fteen minutes during which time tm
Dan Ryan Visits Visis the tle Police Polcc Station Stnton With Wih a Well Wel Developed Case Caseof
of Smallpox Smalpox and Succeeds in Putting Putng the theOfficers theOficrs theOfficers
Officers Oficrs to Flight Flght
Shay kin you 01 tell ttll when hen a I mans mansgot mls mlsgot maxcsgot
got smallpox smnllOx hie j Jf II hell not ot nmll smnllpox anmallpox nmllpox
pox was Wl8 the startling startIng question qUIMhn pro propounded propounlloi prtipoundel ¬
pounded pounlloi to the polIo at lt headquarters headquartersat htdquartcr htdquartcrnt
at 1045 1015 thin morning morningHeres morng morngHeres morrmni morrmniheres
Heres nnother r11othcr cage n ae e yelled eled an offl offlier omler dlivet
vet jot jt out ut Into Ilto imuotlw the hall hallThe hnlThl baliThe
The man who asked the question qllllon was wasDan wasDnn wasian
Dan Ryan Iun and besides besldel suffering tufern from froma frol
a pretty woll wol developed deVElolJfd case tse of small smallpox smal smuiilox
pox foX he wan wnl fairly talrl well l loaded lotN with bad badwhisky badwhisk badwhIsky
whisky the odor of which almost drove drovethe droveth drovethe
the th officers through the window windowFortunately wIndowFortunately Indol IndolIortun
Fortunately tely City Iliysiilnn Phsknn Klrg J11
happened to be Je In the iwllo polce station stilon at atthe atthl
the thl time tme and Ind the mans 11IS question was wasanswered WI wasanswered
answered nnletell nnd apparently alparent to his entire entiresatisfaction tntr entiresatisfaction
satisfaction latlsrnctlon for he woo Informed Intored that thathe thnthc thatime
he had smallpox Rtapox and plenty of It I tuo toethat too toothat
that In fact he was a veritable erllble peratn peral
Another Famous Land Mark ark is Being Razed to the Ground GroundSomething GroundSomething OrouridSomething
Something of the Uses to Which Whih the Structure Was WasPulThe WasPutThe WasPutThe
PutThe Old Od Bell el
Another of the few remaining land landmarks lani landmnatks
marks maks of pioneer days dalnn and of the tht strug struggle Ilru IlruglC struggicmt ¬
gle glC attending atending the growth and develop development devlop deveiopmmieumt ¬
ment 1 lt of Salt Lake I IB rapidly rlpldly becoming becomingu blcomln blcomlnn
u thing of the past The old oh building buildingstanding hulkiengstandmmug uUdlngstundlng
standing between Fourth and KiftH KiftHBaBt rHI ftii ftiiIant
BaBt 1 t on South Templo street which whichwas whtchWUI whichsvttmi
was WUI for to I so 10 O many Il1n years enM used as the theheadquarters thehllldqunrtcrs theheadquarters
headquarters of Wnpntch Hose com company comIan comniiany
Ian No 2 1 Is belnjr beln torn tor down dOln There ThereIs
Is not nt nn early Salt Liikcr Ilker who dues doesnot duesnot duesnot
not remember NJemJlr thc old 011 association Ilssocaton of ofvolunteer ofvolunteer ofvolunteer
volunteer Ilremcn who responded rlspondP to the thering thlrnS thering
ring rnS ot the bell bel on onthnt that old building buidinG and anduhu ondIhu endwho
who Ihu has lits not e En en the th men iwt leRr their thtruork tMlr10rk theirwork
work 10rk or nodal gatherings to hasten hlltn to toIts tuIs ticIts
Its Is call callTlmt 111 eaiirunt
runt lmt building was wnllfete erected In II 1 Ii TI not notfor nt ntror notfor
for a Ire lt department dellrhlent station stalon i hUI > ut ix ixiause 1 ixmuse
muse laUI the people peple who lived Ind la that thatnclghboi thatlelhboJlwoll thatneighbomimootl
nclghboi lelhboJlwoll neighbomimootl hood thought they wer Wl st > far farriinopd farrunmoved o
riinopd nlovpd from frl the business Jislnu oniii ntlr of oftown ort011 oftowmc
town t011 that they thc wantwl want 1 n market IIRrk1 tuatfr tuatfrhome 1alr 1alrhume ncatsrhionue
home The city el leased leulo the thl Bround Broundftectod gruatterected rount rountIrccl
erected Irccl the building and rontl rnl th thHirst1 the theth thetlmtee
Hirst1 th 1 rooms In It to three thrE m mlrdul meriIn < r < iwnK iwnKTho I mite miteTue t tIh
Tho Ih railroad Inlrond hu4 htlt just lwn I n built Into IntoHalt Intlat Intoialt
Halt > at Lake people 111010 WON comln in II i Ind Indthe isnd isndtie n l lthe
the northern lortlorn antI Ind cantem pails alts of ofCity th thcity Ihel
city el bpgun bJIU to grow nnd be b built bui ui 11 > Th Thdellvciy The ThedelI Timedehivemy
dellvciy delI systftm tst lro m rumo Into Int4 Use mil 111 an i th thmarkets thmarkt tlmci tlmcimarkets
markets no 10 longer IRlr did 111 the l hUlllh buslne > usini > At Attho it ittiio t ttho
tho yame lle time tl the question qUstnn of lt a aStation iimi ranh ranhIlnlon h hstation
station Ilnlon house hOIPl fur thu flrenxu flenwn i tllh ai auiic < up upand upand U Uand
and tho old ollnrket market house houlf > WHS Wil uin 11 < < t tcd Icd
cd At t first only one Hide Idt of thi lIl iiulld iiulldIng IulhlIn limililing
Ing In was used ull but before beor long IIK thi MM MMlulUlniK 11 mid midbuilihing I
lulUlniK tulhlni wan O turned tUIf1 OVPI Olr by h tii Ihnnl i K Knnd ltand >
and nnl mnodolfJ rllodok for the use iO of tt Wi Wudt Wudtllose atch tittililinac atchHose
Hose dparlinenl partilent No Nobl 2 2A 2A
A bell bl was placed 1ll1cQ upon the thm hulidins huld n
Special Spcnl to tl tho News NewsWnMiIngton NewsWashington = 1 1Wn
Washington Wn hnstol D a c C Murrli 19rtah 19rtahpostmnRters 19Ithpomnltcr 19Tthpostmasters
postmasters pomnltcr appointed polntd Garland ORlnnd Hax Haxeldor n nailor iIo iIonider
eldor ailor county count 0 L J Wlleox WI vie IC A II IIQlenson nOI 11Gleason
Qlenson OI Rn removed Woodland Woilanl Summit Summitcounty Summllcunt SummitI
I county cunt R r J Pace vice e Robert KobfrtMlchler ltotlrl ltotlrllchr RobertMiehier
Mlchler lchr r rUIn nisinedPateta Igned IgnedPatents I IPnterll
Patents Pnterll granted grnted citizens clthen of Salt Sllt LAkE LkeAlbert IAkAlberl LAkEAlbert
Albert Hays In apparatus plarntul for the prwlue prwluetjon JIIC JIIClon iirodUIon
Ion lon of vapor alIbI from oils 019 vnporlilni Iorlzlnl hy hydrocarbon h hdrocArbon Icydrocarbon ¬
drocarbon oils 01 combined comblno gas 1 and vapor vaporburner vap vaporburner
burner Abner Jner K Calllson Calpon and W S Sning SIlng 5fling
fling Ilng cattle catle tag tagSECOND t tS
The second of ottheeries the th series erlt of Second Secondward Send Sendwaclecturel Secondward
ward waclecturel lectures und r thc auspices nU pks of the theward thewld theward
ward wld bishopric bihopric was 1 given last night nightand nigt nigtad nightand
and ad aa a on Sunday nl nlht night ht the th house was
recommend rolmcnll the terms trm of peso Inc Gen GenKitchener Onlchener lenNltcimermem
Kitchener was Instructed Inltructl to offer him himto himto him himto
to the earnest consideration Cnldertlon of his gov govornment government govorminoemit
ornment G aen n Itotha Jktha add added that his hisgovermnant blsgovernmant hisgoVornmmucnt
govermnant and nd Hi I it chief ofllcers orcers entire entre
ly I agreed ngtL with wih his view le1 Mr II Chamber Chrmber
added Idde addedI
I propose Ilrofoso to lay the papers connected connectedwith conntatewi Connecteditli
with wi th the negotiations negoUI Iuna on the table to tonleht tonht tommight
nleht nht
blood was spilled < 1 on almost
slle every everystreet everystrelt everystreet
street strelt corner of the town as the com combatants comtlatnnt comnbatants ¬
batants rnn while whlc they the fought foughtThe lought foughtThe
The entire population fllulaton witnessed witnesse the thetragedy thetragcl thetragedy
tragedy and not until untl they the mw IW Neville Nevillefall NoIQ Nusillofall
fall tal mortally wounded woul eJ did any one In Interfere luterfere 1mmterfere ¬
1 terfere Klliolt mlot was also wounded but butnot butnt butriot
not nt seriously lerlQu ly He le In 1 In Jail JIlII
butatlne bulatn pesthouse Dr iCing hauled hauledthe hauledthe hauledthe
the man nJn out onto the thl sld side nl walk and andexamined andeXlllned andexanilneci
examined eXlllned the til pustulis puetol on his hIl face nKk nKkand nttkanll nekanti
and hiuula hUl Ills 11 right rllbt hand 18nd nnd arm to tothc tothe totue
thc elbow wore WIrc literally JH rnl covered with withpustules wih wihpURtule svitimputulea
pustules The man said that they theymade theymade theymade
made their appearance appenrnce early Crly this thll morn mornliifC mornInK monalag
InK and he thought It I was merely n nrash 1 arash
rash For or nevml IIYtal days he has hJt been beenstaying be bcrnstaying n nstayln
staying at the mission house
houle on Com Commercial Commerclal Cornrnercinl ¬
mercial street When he discovered hl hlcondition hlrndlUon Imis Imiseooidltion
condition rndlUon this thll morning morln he Immediately Immediatelystarted Immelntely Immelntelyslrtei Imnmediateiystarted
started slrtei out to consume all the tlm whisky
he possibly could Chat accomplished accomplishedhe nccomplshed nccomplshedhe
he made a bwllnc b < ln for tlr the police pollee stem station iia iiatlon stemtion ¬
tion and stirred Htrrell up ul1no no little lite excite excitement excie exciement excitemacnt ¬
ment there thereHe therelie
twre twrele
He le joyfully Jotul hiccoughed hlcughld that he had hatheard hadhellrd hadheard
heard a policeman pllccllln rould 1 not catch the thedisease thedl thedisease
disease dl oae and thought the station attlon was the theproper Iheproper limevroper
proper place to KO 10 Dr King lout 10t no notime notme imotime
time house tme In n hustling husting Mm off or to the pest pesthouse pt pthouso pesthouse
and whenever a fire occurred ocurred In any anypatt anfJOlt anypart
part JOlt of the tle city It I was wa rune run One On ring ringmeant rIngmcallt ringmacalit
meant that the thl tire lre was In the north northtuo northtwo northito
two ito rings In the tll west three rings In the thesouth theloUlh timesouth
loUlh south and four rlngx tIngr In the east When Whenthe Whenthl Whemmtile
the thl bell Jel In the central celltll station taton In the old oldCity 01 oldCIty
City I Hall Inll was WIS tolled toJI every tlry man would wouldleave wouldIae wouldleave
leave his hil work every ery small smul boy bo his hisplay hisIlia binplay
play Ilia to make a grand rush for Wasatch Wasatchlloso Wasatchlioo
lloso 1010 house No 2 to IM hI > the one to first firstpull flst flstJII firstvuhl
pull JII the rope rInging the ho bell bel which whichwould whichwOllld whichvotmld
would Inform Intfrm those thol ntlll tl farther father out outthat outthl1t outthat
that there Ulre was wal a I Ire In the city cl Thc Thcold Theolll Timeold
old bell lel is now no in thc lie possession psrps610n of the theVolunteer thl theVolunteer
Volunteer Firemens Flrmpnl Association A oclntoll and Is IsIn 19In isin
In their new home hml It I was last Fc seen seenand n nnnd nand
and h heard > nrd rt during durnJ the lie pioneer Jublleo Jublleocelebration Juhlt jubliecelebration
celebration toIebrton In 1S07 1S07Five IS01Fin 1S9Five
Five years ear after artr the settlement UEment of f Salt SaltLake SaltJke SaltLake
Lake the tht question qUP81o of havlmr hRjnl an own ownliatlrm orlfn orlfnbaUon organlatiort
liatlrm for the purj purpose > o of providing provldlnsagainst prolln prollni providingagaInst
i los losses fire wits apltated and andthe anllth amidthe
against tunlrt 10SlR s by I Or ws n lated
were or orfrsnlzfd ornlzf1 orgnizui
the th nrst aolummteer olunte olunttr r eompnnlas o1lxlnl8 wer
frsnlzfd nlzf1 Many lln or Ui Ihl tIme most tOt prominent prominentrltlzenn promInentIltun prominentcitizens
citizens belonged to tlw theece e 1 companies companiesand com nlt nltnll
Iltun < IHlnnrld
and nll faithfully talbtul did 1M th th work of firemen flremrnsome firlltn firlltnome firemensonme
some of the th wealthy llh men mln with l lan1 large rK in intoresU Intft intSItlSts
toresU tft In tb the city cty orcanlKd nllnlzll their em employes emplos empioyes ¬
ployes Into flre fr brigades brJade and order ordersome or1 or1llne orderedstIne
some llne how hO carts lutR and engineS en lne Great Greatprecautions Grt GrteutnnA Groatlreautians
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