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THE HE DESERET EVENING NING t NE NETHUTII NEWS NEWSI
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TRUTh ANI MIIUIITV MIIUIITVMONDAY 1lImItTFI litIUflTYMONDAY
FI iYllnST YEAR MONDAY O D MAY jrA Y u 0 J 1901 SALT SA 1lJ LAKE KE CITY UTAH hh NUMBER 112 H2u
i AMERICAN AND ANDMEXICAN
MEXICAN FLAGS FLACSEntwined
Entwined at El Paso Gen Hernandez HernandezAddressed Herna lleinaiidezAddressed ldez ldezAddressed
Addressed President t on Behalf Behll of Diaz DiazResponded DiazResponded DiazRespolided
Responded Is no Imperialism Inlperialsnl
May In 0Tho Amcrl AmcrlnnagB Amerlcan
EI und raO pa MxIat1 cXI1 TIS nnagB IIag8 1 vow WCEOu ent ntwnod ntwnodfan wlnl wlnlIn
can of the plnza where wherej
V ra aliens 11170
dd F tons
In tn
of President Mo Mor
tM V Ifkial L j Beting S Icetng lrcYldent this thisThe tW tW01rIfl
place
r an nnd nd hiS IS cabinet cn blnet took 1IIIce thi thifiOrn1nl
1 1 y
11 01rIfl The presence on tlo stand standB atnld atnldn
fiOrn1nl Hernandez > personal repre reprePresident reproItn ropreaure
lUIe I B Jernandl oC President lresldent Dlnz and tlo tlosignificance thogalror ttiegivrnor
Itn
ofChlhuahuagaJ ofChlhuahuagaJan
stte
of th tlW
galror significance slglilclnce to the the8n theern thet
8n Incrnatonl 1 There were Iero thousands of Me MeM Moxleon MeXrnTI
ern t the th vast concourse of people peopleurn pooplot
in
leon rnTI M urn the 1r 1rtdeflt ldent spoke and nndthelr nndthelrenthUIBI their theirntiu theirethutafl
t ntiu almost ns wild u uMofur UH UHof
enthUIBI ethutafl m IIS as nll0st wil Ut UttLlt
Mofur of Amprlcals AmprlcalsGen mfirlcnns mfirlcnnsr
tLlt Hernandez t addressed tliePresI tliePresIbrtmlf the Presl PresldrDI Preit
r Gen 1trndz adlrescd
behalf if his hI president isldelt extend extends extenr extenrI
drDI s on
t and andM
congratulations i irrI
M i Ltt t rs r ronntulntonH
I g nt hIrs M Vilify l lry 1 II In his response repOn8OV I Ilall1
rrI F sI M high tribute to the president presidents Iresilent Iresilentr
r vI lall1 I t s 1 V XI MrXI ti An l sn trlluto n republic repuhlc IC IC and nd charged chargedv chalCd chalCdh
to his chief chiefrra
v o t convey rome
L h rsrl OJOna1 esteem esteemV
gard and personal
rra r 11d pCtonal
II
V 1 I h hn hI best he t wishes wlshel for or the continued coltnu coltnuUI
hI UI Itvof at our sinter al ter republic re ublc The Thlrrfl TIii1rt
iLt rrfl 5 1tol mt Fec h 1 was WIS very happy and andI Lnll tfllIsay
fjec
I M law notnble on account Ictount ot ofiniufolon oth otI
h 11 I iniufolon InJunol flIUfl ncIIIY IOfl to 0 the people IJeollo not 10t to be
alarmed about Imperialism ImperIalsm There Therewns ThereuH hero herownH
wns uH ho said no Imperialism Imlrlalsl except tl the thoIn1orh1 theInperhti o oImperial
Imperial In1orh1 power of the novorclgn JooreISI people peopleof Ilcop19ot ICOPlof
of the United tTllCll States StatesTho 8tatet Statesiho
also alsowarmly ulsownrmly alsowarmly
Tho governor of Chihuahua Chihuahua
warmly Ill bovoror welcomed welcolel the President lresllcmt nt lt the theborder IheLoreeI theboler
border The exorcises in thu pmz pmzwan pllza pllzaWil plazian
wan Wil LoreeI an preceded IlrecedClt by b n military mllar parade Theliulle The Thehidlaflof rhehule
hidlaflof hule liulle 0C the thl cabinet llhlnet crossed the RIO Hlodrnnde Ho HoUrlnde RIOIrinde
drnnde Urlnde to Juarez where they wore woretendered weretellorec svaretewlerel
tendered a breakfast by Juan Ochon Ochona
a tellorec prominent 1 IrNlltCast Mexican Mexlcll banker Innker Mrs MrsMcKlnloy MrsMcI Irs IrsMclllloy
McKlnloy Mclllloy McI < Inloy did not nt attend atond the break breakfont Ilrlnk Ilrlnktnll brvakfnHt
font tnll but Iut enjoyed a 1 short drive 1110 during durlnjtho duringUI tiarliwtho
tho UI iinriiIt iinriiItAt morn I tiff tiffAt
ornlnr
At noon 1001 tho presidential presilental party re resumed rcsumed reumed ¬
sumed Its H Journey jourey westward westwardQQ WOltWII1 westwarLdcv
QQ aov NASHS NSIS PARTY PAUTYJtnton PAHTYHnton PARTYflaton
Jtnton N M May G OWhen When the Ohio Ohiospecial Ohiopeclnl OhioieeIal
special bearing Oov Go Nash and party partyto 11rly 11rlyto
to San Sai Francisco 1flrHeo reached Icached Trinidad rlnll111 to today toln today ¬
day Mrs Randolph 9 IL Warner Warel left leftthe leCtthe leftthe
ln
the train trin for Chicago and will wil go gothtnce 10 10thcne gothence
thence to Il PalnoHvllle PalnOIlo Ohio She was wascalled wnl wacalkd
called mlcil bek by Iy the death lenth of her moth mothcrlnlnw 10th 10therlnlnw niotherinlnw
crlnlnw Mrs Irs Warner nlner was wa leader INllel of ofthe otthe ofthe
the ladles In the governors party Hoi Hoiulster Hol 11crluster
ulster 1lstC Mlrs Helen Deshler will wil chris chrlston r1118 r1118tel christen
ton tel the lie hdltleHhlp hatolhlll Ohio In Ran Fran Francisco Francsco Francisco ¬
cisco The Ohio party palty spent the af afternoon nCterloon atternoon ¬
csco ternoon terloon at Hot lot Springs bath hlth at Las LasVegas JaseCI LaVegas
Vegas eCI
I = COL LllOLj1ESBUYS UOLMES BUYS h 6ARDO HOUSE HOUSEI
Historic soric Old Od Residence Brings About S45OOOMay 45000 May be Torn Down Downio Do n nto
to Give Gvc Place to a More Modern Moder and Stately Dwell Dwelling Dwel Dwelling ¬
ing for the Purchaser
Col 1 E T Holmes has purchased purchasedffrm purchaled purchaledfrm purchasedIr
ffrm frm Ir in PvsIdent P ldcnt Snow nDV as trustee trustoetru ln lnf intree
f tree tru thi historic flardo house at the thefc ther
fc r n nr < of FUth i uth Temple and State Statef
fl 1 > f fr T I about nboull5O JIjOOO or n flgure be bet Ie Iet ¬
t i v t it t Film and nnl 30001 OOO The sale salor a1ov
tv v n r ti td t d by I Tuttle Tulte Brothers nrothlrs and andvh anl andh
w vh h have had hal an option on onthe onhp onthe
the hp v ipiity pIrt f for r sume time lmo pnst though thoughkt thou h ht
kt t RSI I not until late Saturday Satur Y evening eveningthe CVen1nih
h the t1 t11 deal was 14 closed closedfi tos d dTh
fi IV Th afa ae of the M Inti Is 10x10 rods rodsli
li I 1 b nuns that Its frontage trontacl of 165 165lit 165H 16 16t
lit H t on South Temple street brought broughtaf Irought Iroughtbul
af bul Dut ut PO OQ pr front foot which is con conj COl conolder
older JerJ j a I very good too figure fguro when com comnlth comIarc cornlared
Iarc lared nlth wih recent salts of property in injthat Inthat Inr
r jthat that vicinity jrlnl and Inl In view of the fact ractthat factht
ftlwt that il 11 1 and Mrs Ir Holmes 1olmes will wi prob probably pro probl ProbIJ ¬
ably bl raze rze FZ the famous old structure struetlre to tothe tohe toho
the he gr und In th > near future to make makofor mnkeIIe
IIe 1ai for a I more magnificent magnifcent anti pnla Illa IllaI Palaal
I klal lal al residence The property has been beentoNn beenJn een eenf
f toNn Nn Jn the market for some time tme and not IOt
II lilA fWILD TO TA TALE E OF REALTY REALY VALUES V
The h Hmld 1rald of Sunday contained cOltalnel an anarticle anlluordioary an1raortnary
lluordioary article Irlcle on real state estatet
1 IJ L Fat tt t Lake which
Lke ought not to toBnioiitradi 10al toas
al as Bnioiitradi Uncollradldel tJflcQtradl4ted ted Inasmuch Ilusmuch as ni it Is Ispi
pi 1 to
conuy the Idea hlcn outside outsle of the
I ll that people here have ha vo cone mud mudraIue
it I values that we have discounted dlscountel our
lJ toe t k0m km cm nnd to work damage o to
lamu
Sltlnute fmate real estate Interests general geler11
The art IrUle le states thnt Mr Ir F I U Uthe I
I tft owner of the
CIIft house
ad a 1f I0use corm
rl been otmd Oftrcd 11 1M000 SQO for his lW prop
hlb hkh H I at the rate of 3600
a
ont et 350
tOt foot on n Main street The win
Uile md that salp I
the
Jsho IThop Winder Wlnler adjoining property could also alsoad of I
1ir18 Fztt May
SThe Pntrlo toda
pu
hes dbpalhes toc1Y
1 F from Palermo N Nnn Nalle nlle3 nlle3i
i Ion Ic In g gCla Sit St rIrtng rPLrttng nn alarml alarming e situ Hu Huttnd8
ai M ts In OJ tho th ttnd8 Un and Soth South h Italy Ialy t ta The
Jl Provlnco
ta of ofconflicts Messina
a
1tn and
tlkuse yrause are In
va V perpetual
and an
pc raliruilr conflicts conflictsalmost conlicts wiUt wiUtt 11
Q
t le ur almost dally daly
u Lrceflt rr ent
r br Lorenzo Snow Dear DearWtshlnf Dtr
We
t Ipft the Tabernacle
Tabernlcle
sI8 I Went back
t a the luek Wishing Ishln to todltrerent
Ile organ In
different dltrerentMr
e e lHrlum dlterent parts or
tr ty IInll tnth to Mr Ir < Jegelnnl Hetigeland 8e ni was wasf a
f VMe m te and requested
WIlr atet to rUestel
I
t 1 < PS S 1 l i me tI hear th the dlrer dIrf Iff
1 nJ i On nlrllr1 nane1 11 1eatr lifllrhhhta singly which he
It lnl he arnged
to
t this aferoon tfterroo nrrngel to take mo
long IonS ago It I was offered to tolon Jlon Ton A A W WMcCune WlcCune WMcCtmne
McCune for 10000 but hp h declined dclned the thenroffor therofer thenroffor
nroffor nrofforThe nrofforThe
rofer roferhe
The he Onrdo Onrlo house hOlse wn was ns erected orect by byPresident InPresident byPresident
President YOUI 1OUI a 1 good ninny Iln years yearsago yearsago
ago 010 and was WIB deeded by b him to the theChurch th thChurch theChurch
Church for a residence Jcsllenco for Its Is Prwl Prwldentfi lr 1rLdents l i
dents tent It was of the Italian Inlan style MtIp ot otuirhitecture atnrehttoctur i iIrchlecture
uirhitecture Irchlecture anil nni an for a time tmo wan occu occupied occujllet OCCUIIel ¬
pied jllet by b Mrs rrs Atnollu Young vrhp Wlll ltp jvns jvnsiilvfli IMIi IMIiII L Lgid1i
iilvfli II 1 a life lCe Interest Int stln In It I by b Ptcsldont PtcsldontYoung Plcsldont PlcsldontYUllFcry PieskntOullg
Young YUllFcry Oullg Every member memI J of the Church Chulch 13 13familiar hfanliar Isfamiliar
familiar fanliar jVlth lh ltim the manner In which It Itwia ItconlHcntod Itw3
wia confiscated conlHcntod during the old raid raiddays mli rulllays
days and oll with wih ltii the ilrtculart particulars rtsso rtssoctacd nSHOcin ossoclLIcd
ctacd cin td with lh Its ls final Inal recovery and ies iestorutluii restorutl S Stornt
tornt torutl torutluii n to the Church Chulch Its I disposition dispositionto dlsposltol
to Col Holmes means menls much luc1 to the thepart thoIlart thetart
part of the city el In Inhlch which It I Is situated situatedespecially siuated siuatedllperni situatedespeclaily
especially llperni In view of the fact that he hennd hennl heand
and nnl his wife wie have hM1 recently rccent come cOle Into Intopossession Ilto IltolosfcuJon IntoJOBCS31Ofl
possession of the ne eorge lle W Thatcher Thatchercorner IhatcherCOjer lliatcherconer
corner COjer Just cast of the I Eagle Gate Gateand anteant Gateand
and ant diagonally dlagonnl opposite OPIJOsle the Qurdo QurdoHouse GurllHouse Gartluhouse I
House on which site Ilte they the are to erect erectn
n 0 210000 OOOO flat
have been secured The News NcwsInvestigated NewsIneltcutcd Newsinvestigated
Investigated Ineltcutcd both statements today todayMr lolay lolayIr todayMr
Mr Ir Clift Clf Cltf states emphatically empllllcul that ha hahas hehns tiehas
has had no offer arer and that there wnt wntnot wabnot wanut >
not n particle partcle of truth In II the lepott lepottHlshop Iepoll
Hlshop 118hol Wirier was Just as emphatic emphaticnpd cmphntc cmphntcIrd
npd said lld he had never heard of It I be before befo hefete ¬
fore lie 11 read rent It I in the paper pup r Tho nb nbsurdity nburdUy absurdity
surdity of any 11 such statement Is cvl cvldeit evldent cvideit
deit when It Is known klown that thlt there are areseveral Irt areseveral
several Heerl choice locations locutols on Main street str ct
between hetwcen First and Third South streets streetswhich slreetsWhich streetswhich
which can CUl be 1 b had hld at from 11100 to n 2 2OW 2fSlt
OW 01 per foot The he highest price yet et paid paidfor pall palmtar
for Main street reality realt In Suit Sui Lake Lakevns Lakewas Lakeas
was as W2GO a I foot front paid by 1 W S SMcCornlck SIICorkk SMCorntck
McCornlck IICorkk for the corner on 01 which whih Me Ic
Cornick K Co bank stands stanls at the
height of the boom Ioom
lAD AD If WRECK ON THE BURLINGTON BURLNGTON
lottumwa OtUlln Oltufluva Ia Mft May
t aln am Mi > cPflgMnwr cPflgMnwrn
o on ° n the Burlington road
I Burlncton
r ruIc lk
a
f I II 1 construrtlon construrton train at ThaYer Thaycrnon
atternoon afterno
non whie while runnIng at full
ed Cul
Five Fl
lersons persons are reported to
C been bt reportol
killed Uled
and
rt klet about thirty in int
rtt
t the
Duringlon I3rington genera ollices it itran
na a 5tatd Iat d th that t train No olee I i
< 3 which left
g gi al ii 0 Oclork lork lel
1 last
10 o Ih nigh t ran rankinp Inl I
engine ot ° r
i aconstruetlon a
rCklng rc1dri kinp i IHI u constructon train
engines baecaBe ca C1 cam
smoking Rmoklnl car and three chair cars cnr nn nnglneer Englneer Ingineer
glneer Brown of the passenger train trainwas trainwas
was 101 reported IcJolted killed I I cd and anl about thirty
trainmen and passengers passclgers Injured The Thetlnlug
dining tlnlug car and sleepers remained rlmlilcd on onthe onthe
the track and their 01
occupants were ere un ¬
injured injuredCrcston Injurcd InjurcdCreston lnjureIrston
Creston la 1 May Iny G GIn In tho wreck nt
Tlmycr Iowa llobert Drown engineer engineerof
of it llurllneton Hnrlncton wns killed klod and cnllncer cnllncerof Simon SimoniIcIenna
nn Ilnol
McKenna fatally falnly hurt Twentyfive Twentyfivepassengers Twentyftvopassengers
passengers and trainmen trnlnmel were injured injuredtwo
two tlO or three tme fatally fatallyThe falal fatallyThe Iljurel i
The Injured will wi be brought broulh to the
Creston Creslln hospital I
ILR nN6 SITUATION IN SICILY SICL
The region in which the sulphur sulphurmines sUlphurmlncs sulphurmInes
I mines arc situated is agitated nlltated and n ngeneral ngelerl ageneral
general gelerl strike strltl Is threatened thrcntcnlc Misery Miseryprevails Mier MierVrls Miseryprevails
prevails Vrls In II the province of Plolles Ploles The Thefields Vlmcfields he he1Clds
fields 1Clds awl gardens gnren tire lr mII lying waste WCste the themunicipality thclunlllpal themnurmIipahlty
municipality lunlllpal lint suspended SU penrled payment paymentand 11menLand
and the syndic R nlllc has gone Ione to Home 1ome to toconfer toconCcr toconfer
confer with the premier Strikes are areextending aroeXl arcextending
extending eXl < ndlng everywhere In south Italy Inl
IROF I1ope RADCLloNTABERNACLE RADCL RADCLIFFE FFE ONrAnERNACLE ON TABERNACLE ORGAN ORGANNEVER ORGANNEV =
I NEVER NEV R HEARD A BETTER
through thruGh the Instrument to see se every everything eer eerthing everythIng ¬
thing I have IU4e Just jus returned returnel home hOlo from fromthere fromthere fromthere
there nnd hearing you OU have called calledduring clIO calledduring
during durin my absence I hasten haten to let you youknow youknow OU OUknow
know my opinion opinionI
I must confess thnt while whie listening listeningto Istenln Istenlnto
to the recital reclal yesterday I thought thoughtthere thoughtther thoughtthere
there was Wil not sufficient fulclent volume ollme or orbreadth orbr11lh orbreadth
breadth br11lh of tone mind mlnc I do 10 not mean meanloudness mln mlnloudneS meanloudness
loudness loudneS or power but rather that thntglorious thatJtorlu thatgorkus
glorious Jtorlu full Cul pWer round rich rch diapason diapasontone dlallon dlallonlone
tone which l Is the great gnt charm of the theorvatt theorgan
organ 0111 especially l eclal for church music ana ani mm1
choir accompaniments nccon1lnllenti but after listen ¬
lag InG attentively atenUoh I have come eUlo lsten to the thoconclusion thl thecomicluislon
conclusion cOlcluRlol that the volume olun1 of tone one of ofthose If IfthONO If Ifthose
those particular stops Is
Impeded Impelel by h hthe
the very er heavy case which Ihlh Incloses Inclose the theInstrument thpInstrument theInstrument
Instrument I feel flol convinced conllcld hint it itBotne Itole itsonic
sonic ole parts of It I could be hI opened op lel out outpay outfay outFay
fay tho north and south IHuth sides and andSotno amidSome
Some sotc of It tho wood work In the front frolt ant u uwould ItvaUlil
would make a 1 great Iren difference dltll ttIftiieI nee I
I inn nl very er much uch pleased plu f11 with wih wI Ut the thestring theHtrlnl th thHtrilig
string Htrlnl toned tOlell stops I have invt never heard
better Iwter and Inl can cal say flY the same Slle of the thereeds theIeed heieeI9
reeds Ieed amid III flutes flutesWhen lutCs lutCsWhel flutesWIlerm
When Whel Inspecting Inslloctnr the thl Inside InI11 of the or orgun orII orglut
gun II I tool my lY son lon with Ith me Il who la a agood I agood
good ood practical prelcnl mechanic Ohnnl und he In Invery h her Isvery
very er much pleased with tin Ihl workman workrnIhlp workmanship workmanship ¬
ship Ihlp and Ild does dOt riot think It I could COl lt la laoler be u
better oler I am also al u porfeuiy vfprty satisfied satIsfleimfl3seif
sltlsnt
myself 11IOIr that thCt tho work U I first class dRi In Inevery II hievery
every particular I must
eer 11nrtcular Ilst congratulate eonprllUlate eongratuIatyou
you 01 and your OUI people lcollo in poaienlnc p03scll such sucha
a muKiililcent Iluwlkent Instrument Inltrumclt
Respectfully Hespcctful yours yoursTHOMAS ycluR yttiislh1OMS
THOMAS 110 t8 lUDCLJFFE lUDCLJFFEATTRACT nnCIl flDCLIFIEUTAU zE zEUTAH
UTAH IRON MINES iVIIE8ATT1AOT11OTIE MINESATTRACT
ATTRACT ATT1AOT11OTIE ATT1AOT11OTIEThe NOTICE NOTICEThe
The extent to which whih the Iron Interests InterestsIn Ilterest IlterestIn
In and around Iround Cedur city arc lre nttrait nttraitIng aLhnll aLhnlllug nttvatIlIg
lug attention ntenton Is well wellu illustrated trtel by ly the thedevelopments thadeelupmeltt tuedevolopnients
developments deelupmeltt of the past few fll civ day dayTlie 1 tiayjrue
Tlie heIrs of the late Thumua Taylor Taylorwho TII Tayloriilio 0 I Iwho
who Inherited Ilhoitoll his Iron Irn properties Ilovelt have liavereluctantly ha haIeluctanty havereluctantly
reluctantly Ieluctanty clven clvel an option Iplon on Oi them
for 250000 In II favor of eastern eu > hlrl parties partiesand Iartol partiesand
and John C Cutler Cutel Jr oaent atnt ot lt the
helis hell has tone IOle to Now York Ik to meet
the principals prllclHlls In II the proposed Irlol d pur purchase IUICIISO Iumclause ¬
chase CIISO The option olltol has hal several months monthsyet 10nths 10nthsret monthsyet
yet to run but Mr Cutler Cuter said to toNews a aNeus 1 1News
News Upreaentntivo Haturday Huturla even evenIng ccnInl evenIng
Ing Inl Just before taking tuling his train for or the thecant theenMt timeeast
cant that ho full little lte doubt coubt of being beingable lelnJ beingitijie
able to make mllte the t sale 1110 as two other pat patties pUItel pnities ¬
ties tel stood icndy Jnd to take tlke another unotler option optionthe optOI bptloflthe
the Instant Ilblant the present D one nie expired expiredSHIPHUILDIXt c oplrcdD Jlrcd JlrcdSIInUIlmW
SIInUIlmW 1411 SHIPHUILDIXt 1 LhltJ iIjlINi IJWlmArU IJWlmArUUlclnl IJIi lIIMJll lIIMJllOJllclal itrlo itrloOlhlelal
OJllclal Ulclnl Statement Sialelelt StatemmientCoiicerniiig Concerning It I Not NotJlado Notilndo ot otlallo
Jlado Today TodayNew uda udaNcw
New cw Yoyi Yo May Mn 6 Lc nlllclal Ilclal Btato Btatoment utntoment atatomeat
ment promised proluel In comiedlon cOIeetun wih vlth the thefederation tho1ellelton he hefcleratton
federation 1ellelton of the tnlon Pllon Iron Ir works 10rks of oton
rtin on Francisco Frlciseo the Hath Hat h Iron Irul wmks nks of
Hath Maine taile the thl V t NVWI WI Ship
HullilinB BIIIIIE and Dry Dock company COmpII of
Xewpoit Nowlll Ne Nell un 0 sixon IXtn of otlzat
hlliaDcthpott lzat thpeJI was WiH nut lut maUe IIUe today At
the otllce of H I W V Poor 1001 Co totl who ate 18 18lnlcll
InntifiiiK lnlcll the combination eOlblnlUon In connec connection 001100 001100tOI connection ¬
tion tOI iviih lh a group crullI of o bankers anles and 111rk 111rkI j > rok rokera
era It I vain al said Nll that thu Ut 1w xtatcment xtatcmentwould Itntement Itntementouil stnenlentWOUml
would ouil oe ie gIven out on Oi Wednesday Wpcnp1dn It Itwas I ItVLta
was Uiiued that there
Wil lled wnn l ally ny hitch hich
In the th plan Iln of construction eonslructul the state statement at Bttitemeat te teItnl ¬
meat Itnl metely being Withheld Wllillehl until ultl cer certain er erala r rtaln ¬
ala clttalls tall vere ert perfected peifvctodMay IJICeelul perfecteditmy
May 1 Corn Cml Down DownChicago UOWI UOWIChiago lawimChicago
Chicago Chiago May Ma C GIRY Mny corn crl which
has been cornered cornenl sold down to 0 CO COcunts G O Ocents
cents centl n 1 bushel hUlhel today compared with withthe withthe withtile
the high price Irle of 58 cents on Oi Fiid lllla IrIdtuy y
The rie drop was W8 O5 due lut to nn increase lnprease In II the thereceipts theIldpts therIpts
Inrruue
receipts Ildpts of corn which whlh may I IY be del dellv dellvto
Ir1 to Phillips Ihlllll on contract eOltractl There Therewns lhere lherewnl fhr fhrwas
was wnl very ery little Ittt trading however howeverJninluson hwtIer hwtIer1allulon imoweeriiiimiIesiii
1allulon Jninluson Co CI llrokcrg Jhokl Inll InllChicago Pol lnICiago
Chicago cli May M 8 GJatYnn Gjaieidi Jafnfwon Com Comnatty Com Company
natty 111 1W JU f rAt I i Salle Sale Street ItNel one onl of It the thelaneit theInlPt lie lielargest
largest InlPt stock llck biokernjrc Ilokelngt firms Irml In the
West Weil have ha suspended Iu llendec They The weir UI mi miable una Uflable
able a le to meet their obligations 0111llu18 on the lie
New NtII York stock lCk exchange exchangeMr echnngeII
Mr II Jamlegon Jampsul declared ttclarell his belief heler that
lib hi firm Irm < cOld olil pay Il Its I creditors red I o I In full full1Cuetomcrs ful fulluetomems
Cuetomcrs of HIP firm 111 art f saId Inll to have havebeen hnveI havebecti
been I CI short on UI the New NtII York stock ex exchange exchnlge oxChbiflge ¬
change chnlge but were welo unable Uiltble to produce producegiiillelcnt 1II0tluco 1II0tluco8ullcl ilroblueestililelent
giiillelcnt 8ullcl nt margins mnrna to meet met tho tl him advance advanceIn ndvancIii
In stocks flockA This hll throw thu the Il obllRtttlons obllRtttlonson obl < ttons
on 01 Jnmlcson Jnlnl son t Company COmpal Funds J UJIH which whichMr whlrhII vliititMr
Mr II Jamleson fully rlly expected eXllelet to receive receivefallal receivetaihtl
fallal Calll to reach him today todl with wih the ie re result rcwlt yesuIt ¬
suIt that he was compelled to close his Illsdeals hisdelis hisdeals
deals delis
Cnynhogn CInhnJa Saving SavlllN SaviigMflank rttnk rttnkCleveland Balk CI CIoeM CIoeMCleseinmnl c cCltplnr11
Cleveland Cltplnr11 Ohio May G GTle CThe Tlie doors coor of ofthe ofth ofthe
the th Cuyahoifu Cu nhol Savings Savln bank were wtre not notopened notOIJenPI notopened
opened OIJenPI for business Itmin today The follow follow1m foitowIIibC
1m III IIibC notice notce was posted on Oi the Ill window windowOn wlldow wlldowOn folCw folCwIII
On account nccolnt of If t the continued conlnuld absence absenceof
of H N Polock Pollock the he treasurer the di directors dlrectors ¬
el
rectors have concluded to suspenJl suspen pay payment pifVInelit N Nlenl
ment lenl until unt such time llI as th they < y can make makenn makoIn
nn In examination Ixnmlnnton of their affairs Ifnlry It I Is Isconfidently Isconldeltl Isconfidently
confidently conldeltl expected lxecled that every ever depos depositor deposItor deposItor ¬
itor will wi be paid Nlhlln aIIh In ftlThe flI ftl fvLThe
The last statement published publsherl by ly the ihebank Ihcbank thebank
bank Indicated IlelcalNI that the Ih Individual IndhIlual de deposits dePO tieroIts ¬
posits PO 19 amounted to J3Hr 3IU6G < SC loan 10nl on onreal 01 onreal I
real estate discounts etc J332061 J332061Ilrltlsh 332061l111h 332Oglileltishi
Ilrltlsh l111h Capture Americans AmericansLondon Alcllcans AlcllcansIondol stiiieiIcansLoiidoii
London Iondol May Ia C Heplylng to a 1 ques question QUESton question ¬
tion ton In the house of commons COllons today tad a aIr
Mr Ir Urodtrlck the war secretary Iorelnry said saidthat 5aldthat saidhint
that nmotiK amol the prisoner prlMlrr captured altuled In InSouth InSoulh inSouth
South Africa Afrla were twentysix twentllx Ameri Americans Imrlrans tniorlcans ¬
cans besides be lle thirteen others claiming claimingto clalllll
to ho burrhers bUII1rs There fhf > rl was as no inten intention Intmton lncnIon ¬
Ion ton of releasing Ieleaslng nny of the prisoners prisonersuntil prisonerunti IIrieoner3until
until unti the thl war WHB l over
TAX ON O TOUACCO AND A U SNUFF SNUFFAfter S SNU114tfler UJP UJPAIer
After July Jlif 1 Stamp RlalJ Tor fil Sninn SRln to be beSold heSuhl
Sold tit lt 10 0 t Per 11 Cent Ctlt Discount DiscountWashington I lIstoiiitWashington colll colllWa8hlllon
Washington Wa8hlllon May C Commtnsloner of ofInternal ofInternnl ofInternal
Internal Revenue HCClle Yerkes Yerlll has haKdecllecl haKdeclleclthnt decided decidedthat decidedthat
that ns I a the tht rate rle of tax on tobacco and nndsnuff andsnuf andsnuff
snuff snuf will wi not lot be changed by Iy the tie act actof nctof actof
of March IIIh 2 1901 no n new nw stamps for fortobacco fortolarco fortotatco
tobacco tolarco and ad snuff snuf will wil be Issued The Thestamps Thestnmp Tilestamnis
stamps now In use will wi be le sold Bld by bycollectors Iy Iyolerors bycollectors
collectors olerors on Oi and nnt after ater July let 1t at a ndiscount adllcount adiscount
discount dllcount of 20 O per cent Ieil As s tobacco tobacconnd tolJCCO tolJCCOnil tobaccoatiti
nnd nil snuff sluf suIt stnmps lalp Itrthc ht the hands of manu munufacturers malu malufacturIl manufacttmrers
facturers facturIl June 30th may 11 not nt be re redeemed reo reoIteemed redeemed ¬
deemed for the purpose of o allowing nlowlnG the thediscount thcItlsrounl lie liediscount
discount manufacturers manlCaturcrs cnn cnl secure seure the therebate thcrelJatf therebate
rebate relJatf on such stamps only anI by ly affix affixing afx afxInl affixlag ¬
lag Inl them to packnges IIcknM of tobacco of ofsnuff otsnun ofsnuff
snuff snun prior to July let 1t and Including Includingnucli Ilclulln Ilclullnuch IncludIngsuch
such packages In their thclrclnhns claims for re rebate reo reobate yebate ¬
bate Otherwise such stamps must be beus Ie IeUll beuseth
us bate Ull bae d without wihout benefit Icnclt of discount dlcoult or re rebate rebae yebate ¬
MUHliilii MUltDl1tlDhII4 tmmmu HIS JH UHIDK UHIDKJcssn 1t 1t1el 1fltl111esg
Jcssn 1el o Kln Jel ICing then Ihel thiirirng Turns Tlrn Weapon eapon on onHimself onJII1lelf
Himself JII1lelf 11 and 1111 SuIcides KtiloltlcDellcfonte Sllullcl Sllullclelcfente SuIcidesflellefonte
Dellcfonte elcfente Pa la Mny Iny 8 CJ GJesse Jesse sso ssoIlng n nKin 131ing
Kin Ilng living 1lng near Mltlholm llholl today shot shotnnd shotnnl eliotand
and nnl fatally tatnl atoll wounded wonndft his hil bride brilo of two twomonths two10nlhs twomonths
months 10nlhs and shot himself hlnselC through the theleart thehenrt tueheart
heart dying dril nlmost nlmoll Instantly Instant The Thecouple Theroupll Thecouple
couple roupll had quarreled qunrrled and Ind Mrs Ira King ng de decided tieclUed ¬
clUed cl1 to leave Itle her husband Unable Unableo Unble Unblet le lecl1
t to o persuade perlalt her to remain rmain King shot shoticr
h her icr < r and then killed kied himself Mrs Mr Mrs1ing
King n U II still Htl living Ivlnl but ut the doctors say sayshe sayaho sayshe
she cannot recover recoverFrcntli rCCOerl recoverlrciiehm
Frcntli l rclch Miners lllrl Itrsiiino llIIO Work WorkMontlcenu Worklontceu ork orkMonticeciu
Montlcenu lontceu kim Mines France May Ma G
The miners who have been on strike strikeicre
here icre resumed work this morning morningIrof morln morlnrnf mornIngJrnf
Irof rnf KnutmnnXTrialCambridge l lnsttmianTr1ahCambrIdge KnutmnnXTrial nRtlnnTrlolCnmhrldtI
Cambridge CnmhrldtI Mass May 0 aTh Tho third thiniek
week ek of the tht trial of Charles Chll II I Knst J ast
man for the alleged nllled murder lurler of Illchard arll
J 11 I Groan began brJan today the Jc defense
continuing clCUlulng Its ls effort erart to show that tht there
was as u Kood J001 feeling teelng between Eastman
and drogan droganGenoese 1 iroganGcnoese rognn rognnGcnoe Istman
Genoese c Dotknipn fupklrn fitrlkc fitrlkcClcnaa RlrlkeOenon RirIkeGenoa
Genoa Mry 1r 6 GIn In consequence of a
111plJO llspilc regtirdlng rogMrtlnc their hours of labor a
ho tim dtfcwtntn have h
dokmn gone on a 1 central
trlki InK lag t esceu CCiSt at the San an Benlzo land lanl
FAMOUS WATERGASE WATER WATERCASE MATERGASE
GASE DECIDEDJudge DECIDED
Judge Morsos Findings a Big Vic Victory Vletory Victoryfortho ¬
tory toryfortho for tho th 0 City CityJTS1UGIITS Ciy CiyITS CityITS
JTS1UGIITS ITS lG BIGIIPS llS NOT IN DANGER DANGERturrful DANG 1m 1mlftfll
turrful lftfll Statement Sttrlcllol of Ilie 110 Cue tse liy II Slump EIunI1 HUl
I1 tit N llliliunU Iltllirlh vlio hl Ucprviuiit Ucprviuiitttt llrCloI llrCloItit
ttt tile Ilnlntlli IlnlntlliA
llt 111111 111111A
A decision In the case OSO of Salt Sni Lako LakoCity rltOCI flceCIty
City CI anti tho Utah And d Salt Sal Lake lok Canal Canalcompany CaualcomJnny Cairncompany
company comJnny vs S Salt I Iik aku City Wnter and andKleutrlu mmclI1ectrlc
Kleutrlu 1 Power company COltPCIY and several severalother sereralother severalother
other canal clnal companies in which almost
100 10 vntor ntIr clalmkntu clnlmaltl weru litigants litigantswhich 1tlnts 1tlntswhllh litigantswhich
which whllh was ns announced IUllounctll In Saturdays Is Issuu Issuo IsNuc
suu of the News la I horuwltli horullh treated treatedat trontwtt
at tt length lengthThU 1011Ih 1011Ihfhli leligtiThis
This fhli trlnl which was S the longest long st that thatwa thatwal hatwas
wa wal was over heard henll In u Utah court wan wanprobably WIII WIIIprobably wasprobably
probably tho most Important Iml0rlnlt water watercase watarcue ivaterease
case that Illt has over 001 been brought to trial trialIn
In tha th Btato ato The court coul finds that tho
Imorvonor Inlenenol Hiram 1101 llennlon Bennlol nnd twen t Ion ¬
tysix tr l other otherl were entitled eltted to Inl a decree decreeawarding i iavardhmig
awarding nwarllnl them the thO he use during lU1111 the lecrf Irri Irrigation 111 111gnUol In I IgaUon ¬
gation gnUol Benson lnSOI for their 250 2 O acres nCrl8 of land landf
6 cUbIc clIlc feet fec cc t of water per lttunJ seomid < cunJ through throughthe
the Dqnnlun Ilmniun Dennlon 111101 mm lul race rl and andquieting Ind Indquletnl andquieting
quieting quletnl their title tie thereto The West
Jordan Milling MiinA Mfg Mf I company Is Isawarded IsaWlrlld isnwnrt1md
awarded aWlrlld 00 0 t cubic cuIle feet of water through throughthe
the Onrdncr Uarllcr mill 111 race John Johl A A K gl Eg > I
bert Albino HeckBtead IcckKlend Hiram Jrll Heck Heckstead BeckStead
stead steal John II 1 Utility Jlnll Henry Helr Din Dinwoodey Dinwole Dinvoodey
woodey wole W L L Kgbert Solon Itlcliard Itlcliardton Ichard Ichardson
ton Luiivlu Iut11 IudvI Clirlstnifien lhrlt n tn nnd James JamesIaterwn JamesJnt Jamesrmtermbolb
Iaterwn Jnt rll for their 2Jzr > nortH ntllH are en entitled Il Clititled ¬
titled tled to 53 cublr cubit feet from the hi Gard Gardner Gardner Gardnet ¬
ner mill mil race Tliw rie fii Utah Main Mattress ess and andManufacturing andMlnutnrlurlng andManufacturing
Manufacturing Mlnutnrlurlng company cOlpany gels Jelu 11 1 cubic cubicfeet cullu cullufect cimblefeet
feet through thlQulh tho Gardner Oarlnel mill ml race raceAbpalom rac racAbpalol raceAbraham
Abraham Abpalol W V Smith Smih W It H UVllngton UVllngtonA WtIIIJtol
A C Lunnen AD Liinnen James and nndIhsrliH allJ allJlhRrhR andhRrlms
IhsrliH Blake lake get 2825 8G cubic feet from fromthe Cro CroIhe fromthe
the Oiilena 111l canal and from the name namesource samesource me meBuree
source Buree Sarah Blrah K J K Hlrwart Stewart In It allmved 11111 lt ltcubic 11 11ruble LIcubic
cubic feet f et Henry Oabome 08101nc JI c l cubic cubicfeet tulie tulietet cubicfeet
feet John T I Wilson WIBOI 30 cubic cuLI feet feettho fectithe feetthe
the I U 8 Jllnlnif lnlll company cOlpan 17 l I cubic cubicfeet culcteet cubicfeet
feet feet1rom feetIroni
teetProm
Prom th the Tlechstoad nee1Yteat ditch dlrh tho tl tli Deck Deckiitcad BeclIIa fleckteati
iitcad IIa < Irrigation IrIgaton compitny COIIAn Is found fUll1 un until onWIrl enlItid ¬
til WIrl lev to 12 cubic lbll feet fft per jtr w second ion lol < l for its itsGHO Is Iso
GHO o acres IInl of land Innl Louis IGul1 II 1 Muuiley MuuileyJlice luulc luulcJcP
Jlice JcP S Maden ltdPI JohaimuM S Holt HoltLtirnllni Hol HaltCarollmn
Ltirnllni Curlll JCIIRCII JeURll Jnmc In me und In1 Margar targaretC nrRll t tMadMn tc
c C MadMn lodlfn get 2 cubic feet et for S75 b j5 acres acresfrom acrlSrrol acresrroin
from rrol HIP lie MmiMiiy lol l y ditch 11111 and WilliamCooper Wlhl1 William WlllimmmCooper
Cooper Jr taken tak 23 cubic fe feet > ct fur the thooperation thellltiOtiQfl
operation 111 rUon of his mill 1 ity the Cooper ooIJr mill millnicf mil milrae millrsc
nicf rae John Neff Nef gels Q 11 1 cubic cubit feet feetAnna Ce foCIAnna l lAnltlNt
Anna AnltlNt NVft 12 12 cublo cullotll feot and John T TWilson 1 rWilson
Wilson WIon 3 cubic cubll fMf fMtoni from the th game gamerace cainerace amorce
race raceVlth rce rceWlhrenllt With Wlhrenllt regard to the tb Ajlty It and Dlt canal canalcompanies canalcOlpall canalcomnpaimles
companies cOlpall s the court ftiys ftiysHalt iis iisHalt l lSai
Halt Sai lalti > City Clt th thl hii Utah Vtl and ant Salt SaltLake SaltIalce nlt nltInke
Lake Canal lanll Co o the thl llnst 1llt Jordan Irri Irrigation IrrI irrigatloii ¬
gation I ton company the th lie South Jordan JOldan Ca Canal ennnl Caaid ¬
aid Co o and 11 the North NOlth Jordan Canal CanalCo
Co I 0 are entitled enttN to it I derrea subject 8UiJt to tothe Inthe tothe
the limitations Ilnlalons hereinafter hltlnlrtm set et forth forththe torthIha forththe
the right rAhl to t tho t1 lit u um o l of till 11 the thl balance balanceof balnncl
of time 110 waters wotP of the til Jordan river rl r for forirrigation torIrrlltol forirrIgatIon
irrigation Irrlltol culinary cUlnary and 11111 zInc domestic dUnORll Pill purPO IUI Pillholes
PO pOI holes M to tlio lie extent Ixlnl of the lie capacity laIJacl of oftheir ofthei ofhelm
their thei several 1ernl munis llnls and ull the lie right to toImpound t toInipouiid
Impound Impoull and Iii I II store IOI all al the thl waters of ofiiald ofIII ofnafti
iiald III liver 1101 in II Itah tRh mcli Lnk < > and 1111 to hao havetlinip haolhol haoI
tlinip lhol I ht tltlo thereto t nultluJ mileted
The Tf tl cl clt city > canal la li and illrrlgnton Irrigation com companies 101 coinliatties ¬ I I1IIIIpl
panies 1IIIIpl sliiill shhl nt II all ni times lmes allow nlow to low 10w 10wunhlpedtd flowllftiumpeded lowunimpeded
unimpeded unhlpedtd down through the channel channelof hannll hannllof
of the river lhll a HUlllclint Ruldenl iiantHy < IUlntly of ofwater otI ofwater
water I r which lllh when added to tho lie uc uccretlojiH IC ICreN1 iceeretloiic
cretlojiH reN1 of the rher1 11 el from tron seepage lepage and andother anl antiother
other sourctg 10urlS vlll wil furnish the various variousjinlnts artou artou101ltl
jinlnts 101ltl of diversion lhrslon and Iml measurement measurementthe IntaRurlment IntaRurlmenttho
the several loerl quantities Iunnttes ofwater witer herein hereinawarded herul IirItiacardeml
awarded Iwarell to the Vet Jordan Milling Millingand MIllIngand llng llngand
and Mercantile lrcunt18 Co the Utah Uah Mattress Mattressand Iatrl
and Manufacturing Cy el the U R Min Mining Mil Mm Mm11mg ¬
ing Ilf Co Wlinm William Cooper ouper Jr and Ben liennioii Bennloti
nioii 101 and Dennlon for tho operation operCtol of oftlioir oftlolr oftheir
their tlolr several lecral mills mils and nut factories uud uudlurlnt uudluring andduring
luring the lie IrrlKatton Irllguton season of each eachyear eachyear
year tr shall shul allow alow to How 10w unimpeded unimpededthrough ulllpeci ulllpecitlru unimpededthmrough
through tlru h the channel chalnel of the river such suchadditional suchIddlUonal suchiitldltlonal
additional IddlUonal quantity unnt of water as IS will willwhen wi willwhemi
when added Iddlll to the accretion accretionfrom leereUon leereUonfrom accretionfrom
from and other
seepage eCllge sources sourcessupply eourcessupply
supply 11 PIlI nt the various lrloUB points of ofdiversion oCdlvenlon ofdiversion
diversion nnd measurement the quan quantity qlan qlantt quanity ¬
tity tt of water herein awarded Iwlrted to t tho thoseveral thoIeveml ho hoseveral
several Ieveml farmers farlen and Inll land owners onerl taking takingwntcr tnklnl takingwater
water ntol for Irrigation Irigaton purposes through throughthe throlh throlhthe
the lie Gardner mill 11 race the Galena Galenacanal Galenncannl Gaisnacanal
canal cannl the Uerkstund Ue < < stelld canal the tli Moua Mouaicy Mounicy lou louley
icy ditch the thE Ilennlun nnd Hennlon mill millJBCC 111 milliaee
JBCC and anl the lie Cooper CoPr mill ml race as here herl ¬
inbefore Inllrore set ye rorin rorU a ana u outing lulnK tnt tntwinter tht mnci
Inter i or nonIrrigation t1nlrrlgllen Reason teasol four fourcrtblc fonrclJlc foamciThlc
crtblc clJlc feet of cater nler fnr ril tho 110 use lo of thi thistockholflprs th thItuekholrlpr la laetockhtollirs
T 1 1IIIR
stockholflprs Ituekholrlpr etockhtollirsIiil I IlUl
IIIR lUl company for domestic domeste nod ant culinary culinarypurposes cUlnary cUlnaryIIU culinaryPU
purposes purposesSubject IIU rposcl CIOCCtt CIOCCttSubject
8bJet Subject to thee th < H limitations Imlatuns and mitl to tothe 10the tothe
the limitations lmiatons fwd conditions cOllltonl contain contained cOltaln cOltalnetl
ed In the agreement nlrltment of compromise compromiseentered contromlse contromlsefnllellnto calnpromthcentered
entered fnllellnto Into In 1886 between Joseph H HCollect J 11Colletc
Collect Collt and all others IlherK sail Ind said city ciy and andcnnnl anl amithcanal
cnnnl eatnl dnd Irrigation Irrllllon companies olllanlos thi thisaid thIlll h hsaid
said Illl city el anti In1 canal and Irrigation IrrlJaton com companes compall cornpamies
panes pall shall have the right rllht nt all al times timesto tmes tmesto
to hut off or Impound nnd store the en entire cntre entire ¬
tire tre how 1101 uf if f the thl Jordan river anti hold holdand holl holdlLfld
and save the thl game Slml for further Use US to totlie tothe totime
the extent which hl h In their judgment judgmenttheir jucment jucmentIhelr judgmnentheir
their Interests may 10 toqulie euJle and as C be betwitn betwn betieCii
twitn tlipinsflvoH thetlII the th city ciy cii the Ptah Ptahand tflahd t1tatmumid
and d Salt Iflko Ikt Canal 1llal company the Kast KastJordan I IastJordan ast astJorIRn
Jordan Irrigation IrrJ llnn company rOl11nn the thl South SouthJordan SouthIordln SouthIordftn
Jordan Iordln Canal Conl company and the North NorthJordan NorthJordan orth orthJortlan
Jordan Irrigation IrrlJaton company cOllJn shall hal have haven
en < n equal right to the thi u me e of nil ni such suchwaters suchwaterl suchwatar
waters waterl to the his extent of the capaclny of
heir lialr sevcrsl Slcral canals nnd wnllo whie there thereIH 1010Is
IH I fmfllclent unllent water waleI for that purpose purposemay purposemay purposemay
may each take the full ful quantity qUlnt of ofwater otwlter ofmtmter
water wlter their thllr respective rClpelto canals will 1 carry carryand Clrl carryamal
and when hn the he water Is Insullltlcnt In utfent to toliii
1111 11 all al th thl ths ransls to their maximum maximumcnnaclty maximumclrnclt maximnumncapacIty
capacIty clrnclt then the t ht city tt and canal cnnl Irri Irrigation 1111 1111lllon irrlgimulon ¬
gation company shall shal be entitled entted to an anc nnIual anegimal
c egimal iial division thereof provided 110 I I ell that thatIf thatI
If I by y such sleh dlvl division lon 16 Ir of the water watershould waterfhOUIC watershouie
should fhOUIC exceed eXlcl1 the capacity cnlnely of any nlY of ofth oCIh ofthin
th thin canals such IUlh excess excPsl may be used by byKI h h1rl byimth
KI imth 1rl < > l remaining relnlnln canals cannll as a have the thecjpuelty therllclt thecspi1city
cjpuelty rllclt to 0 talee the same in equal pCual pro prop proitlone
p 111Uonl llons and during the winter or non nonIrrlxUion nonIrrllon nonirrigation po po111Uonl
irrigation Irrllon sason SIBIOn each och of said al canal canalcompanies cnnll cnnllcOnnlc canalconiiianiel
companies cOnnlc shall IhCI have hRe the right to the theuse theWI theusc
use WI of four Inrlips Indl In depth of water In Intheir Intheir iiitheir
their Mveral evfral canals Inl for the use of their theirstockholders theirrlodhulCen theireo
stockholders rlodhulCen eo < khokiers f for ir culinary rUlnnry and Intl domestic domesticpurjous domestc domestcIHUliOtt domesticIiuromts
purjous The Tht court orders that a acompetent aclpclent acotflpeteilt
competent clpclent person J > rron I he appointed appointe to su supprlmuid IU IUIlrlnll11 sowrinmLiI
pprlmuid Ilrlnll11 the th hi division dlll lon of the Ih water wnlerwhan waterVhott nler nlerwht
whan wht e duty rut It shall hBI be to report to the thecourt thcurt heenmr
court urt aiy 31 violations Iotons of tho provHona Of Ofth atth oftim
th decree drlp The court retains retnlnt Jurlsdlc Jurlsdlctlon Jurldlcton jurlsdicto
tlon ton to of the r care M f > for the purpose o of mak makIng inaklag
lag 111 such upilpmntary tupllempntl decrees decr as asmay l a amay
may ma b be found nec nece5nry nry to render ef effectual ff fftclunl etfeetual
fectual tclunl the rights awarded nwnrtod by 1 this de decree dec deThe isocree ¬
cree creeThe c I IThe
The Injunctions Injunctons prayed for In the thecasffl theUN theCases
Cases UN of f Jotf Jocgph oh th Geoghijgan receiver receivernjralnst recehpr recehprIplnst receiveritgalas
Salt Lake City and
njralnst Joseph JosephV JosephlhIAn Josephoghegan
V < ohgan lhIAn rtwlver ftClnr ngolnst the Utah Utahnnd Utahnnd Utahend
nnd Salt Lake company et It al are aredenied arettn1ht aredCnied
denied deniedThe ttn1ht dCniedThe
The interest Involved Inolnl being ben of such
= = = =
vast concern concer a brl Irle brief f history of the thecano theca lieease
cano ca o Is II given below belowIn
In tho lie early tUI seventies reelte Bait Sni Lake Lko coun county count OUI ¬
ty t placed in Jordan Jordul river nn ni obstruction obstructionknown obtrUcUol obstructionknown
known Illce as lS th the old darn dar After ter fer this tlio tliocounty thl thlcount 111 111county
county commlBsloners ConlnlllonarH deeded deelel to certain certainparties certall certaInhcimrtlcs
parties 111ltcS known Imowl as Il the prior 11101 claimants claimantsherein clnllult8 clnllult8horeln elalimialm5hereIn
herein and nlll to 0 each of the flvo 10 largo largocanal largocunal largecamial
canal companies cOIwnllcl the Hast I nt Jordan Jorlal Utah Utahnnd UtahIlll 1Jmthmftmit
nnd Illl ftmit Salt Lake 1lke South Jordan Salt Lake LakeCity lalteCiy LakeCity
City Cnnnl and arlt North Jordan l 10 In InUiest Intnest Inerect
Ciy erect in this dam and 11t also ul o attempted attemptedto utelpted utelptedto
to deed 10 interest Iltorc lnn t In How of Jordan JordanUluwe Jordanl6e Jordanttieao
Uluwe l6e deeds were ert1 recorded I and the var various al alloU iirlouis ¬
ious loU canal companies eOnlunles continued contnued to pros prosocuto 11101 11101llUto Prosteuto
which whichbranch whichllrlch whichmraneh
ocuto llUto to completion CUlillitIn their Canals mmmiuh
branch llrlch out from fro I Jordan river r nt various variouspoints vurlouylolntsl vurloUeP01110
points lolntsl the Knit I nllt Jordan and Ild Utah UtahSalt Ulh UlhSuit UttmlSuit
Suit Lake lokc leaving len111 higher hl hcr up UI and Iltd Salt SaltLake lalt laltIllee SaltlAke
Lake Illee City Clt and Houth Jordan canal calal far farther turther farthier ¬
ther down dowl the thl stream stINI coming comlnl out to together toGcther 0 0gttimer ¬
gether antI ald continuing cOlllllng together for forabout forabout forabout
about one mile lle when the lie South Jordan Jordanleaves Jorlhmle18 Joribtimhemtvee
leaves le18 the lie city elt canal lml and Inl crosses cro ses river riverSeveral rleralrul rlvCrSeveral
Several alrul miles mies farther fUlthel down dOWI river anti nndon antiIii
on 01 uowt WOlt side the Wost Jordan branches branchesuut
out The first Irlt four named nred being helll very verytilosa vry vryIIIOI erytiloss
tilosa together until tntlhl they leave the Jor Jordan Jil Jorilan ¬
dan narrows InrrOWI when whcl the Kast Jllt Jordan Jordanturns Jordanturn Jormlaiituinml
turns abruptly alluJt to cant and supplies BUlllles the thefurms thl liefarms
farms ffrms on 01 the thl foothills toothl18 or what Is II known knownan Iwo II 1
an al the tie upper terrace nn 01 the lie east elst side sideof Hil sideof
of the thl valley 111 and the Utah 1h Salt Snl Lake Lakecupptylng InkoIUPII Lakesupplying
supplying IUPII ln n ulmllur rhnlr terrace ITAeC on 01 the west westtide wosttIde westLute
tide of the valley nle Thrall he1 Lake City Citycunal C1 Citycanal
canal CI 0 1 follows tolOl1 cast sldrbf FIleo river along alongwhat 0101A alongwimat
what h I tunned tOlnod the second lecond terrace and andtlm nndlhO antitbui
tlm South 10Ulh Jonlnn Jorllll supplied sUPllel a similar similartonnee 8hnlol 8hnloltOrUe EimnhiLVterrace
terrace tOrUe on Oi sect r t Bide filc of river riverTlio rler rlerno iiverlime
lime North Jordan KUpplylup uIIPIII lower lowerground luwerGruld lowergroumid
ground Gruld than nny UI of thc others and unt cov covering CO eQieying ¬
eying 01111 part of the tie river bottom botom Testi Testimony ltstimolly 11 ¬
molly showed sh wed that nt the time tme the tl pow power ¬
er plant WIIH IUI built buit those canals cnrls cmin is lied hndbeen hilt hiltheen liedbeen
been dividing tUlldllf among Ulonl themscMi hicinsehi 4 I und undthe nUl nUlthl itticilie
the thl prior npproprlntors nil ni the wntcrs wntcrsof inter3of ters tersof
of the river lIer nnd Inel had been ren l hy > y means leans of ofn
n 1 no floW dam whlfh they the had Jointly joilty con constructed COl canstrietcdtlme ¬
structed sttUOlldthl strietcdtlme tlie Tumor dam elnlwhenewr elnlwhenewrlefssly ihimmnwhiemiever ihimmnwhiemieveriiueesslty whenever whenevernecessity
necessity lefssly required 1 < ulret restraining the water waterIn
In 11 Utah lake during durh1J winter and nld rcgn rcgnIntlnif rCIIIntl regilallmig
Intlnif Intl the How Jow of the river during tie ttcsutninrr le leUllfl tieeumiiliir
sutninrr Ullfl subject 8uljcrl to an agreement greelent wIth wllhthe wl wIthtim h hIhe
the tim farmers Clrllrl of Utah county coun who whorepiestlmteil ho weo weoreiiffscnted 0 0rQIttslteI
reiiffscnted by b what t was WIS known as UI the theUtah tlo tlotth timeiltmcli
Utah tth lithe commission cOlllulol The testimony testimonytdiowod lostlnoJI lostlnoJINIOWld tostimrlobmaimowed
tdiowod NIOWld that thu thl water Cter mtter had been bell di divided II dlvidod ¬
vided Ildo1 in i the following folowhll manner From Fromthe J Fmoimitile rOl
the 111 Imp the lie boards were taken tlken out of oftheTurner ofthcrrcr oftime
theTurner thcrrcr time Itlrimer dam till ti Ill low lo water forced Corcld a achange achango achange
change each Inrh cunnl had taken nil al the thewater thewuter lie liewater
water Its Itscunal cunal could eoull carry and when ihiemilow
low water period Iltrlorurrled arrived and Inta miiic n division divisionwns
was called culed for by b any nn of the canal calal com companies COl comimianies ¬
panies nn ctmlneer Cutlnecr would woul be 1 sent sell eflL up upnnd upnnd upnilci
nnd tlvldo tJllo the tw lie water wa IeI equally u < uul among amongthe Imonr amongtime
the canals CllaI816 cnima1s16 16 including Ilelutll the eeepage eeepageto Elpneto
to each MchIh1 eit lithi tin remaining remalnll 10 being Iclng con considered COl conaldored ¬
sidered siderNt sulllclent sUllclent to supply sutlJh I the lht prior priorapproprlators priorallploprlators iriorappropriators
appropriators allploprlators When the power plant plantwas Illantwnl niantwoe
was wnl built bui It I purchased the lie right 11lt to toentry toCllr tocurry
entry Cllr inter through throu h the channel prev previously pre pre10uIH imreIousl ¬
iously 10uIH Iousl construct construce 1y i the Ituh ltuh Salt SaltLake Sni SaltInk
Lake Canal Cutl company COIPII and claimed to tohnv tohaYI tohave
have enlarged cnlur pl the he name ale materially Inaterlnly
Tlidr 1ltr plant pllnt Is it sltunted rlun led at the lowend lowendof loweril lowerilot
of the thl Jordan Jorlnn narrows nnd they theyclaimed the thedahnco theytlalmncd
claimed dahnco right rllht to 0 rim the water wiier of the theSouth thoSouth lieSouth
South Jordan Suit Lake Jake City el North NorlhJOltlald NorthJoediiii
Jordan JOltlald and prior 11101 claimants clulm111 t through this thisrnlaiKcd thislnlalwt tillSenlamged
rnlaiKcd lnlalwt canal clnll and anl icdlstrlbutu Icllstrlull It to tothese totleie
these tleie claimants without wihout deterioration deteriorationns tltrloratol
ns tit quantity qunntty or quality IUall after oter passing
It I through thruhtlcl their plant To a thUSalt this Siclt Lake LakeCity lnkoCI Lakei
City CI i especially sPNlnl objected objelel for the thl ha reason reasonthat rnlon1hl reitsommilim
that It I claimed thlnll tho tl lit right to take Its Itswater IH IHwuter itswater
water through the East Jordan Jordananal JordunIJun11 JordanCanal
anal IJun11 compiuiyH ollpnl ditch 111ch after afterenlarging aCer aCerelllargln aftereilaring
enlarging the same and a 11 carry carrywuno cnrf carrysame
same 11110 ty I the city clr on a 1 high higher highVI hIghor ¬
er VI Uel alibi nllt to trado to the th tMmtr farmers this thisUtah thisUtiI tIllsT3tnhi
Utah UtiI lke Uk wtt cater > r for Wilet water owned owncll by
Mich Iwh InrnuTs l tlef coming coml l from the mouil noufftall
lain tall streams slrtIS towing tolnl from the hum various variouscanyons vimrititmscamiyOns
canyons of the Wasatcli alotc1 range and tud to tobring tobrIng
bring bring tho water so 10 obtained obtnlnel Into the thecity tlwlt he hetlt
city lt tlt thtoiigh IhlOI h pipes and nld use It I for om do domestic 110Ile6tl il ilmnestle ¬
mestic Ile6tl und other purposes lurposlS In II the city cityclaiming cl cityehittnilag
claiming chtlmlnl that the tht Utah Lake wntcr wntcrwas wntfr wntfrwas ivaterins
was better b ter for Irrigating IrrlgtlJ and nld the can canyon tanyon eanyou ¬
yon water watlr better heter for tOI domestic elonwsto pur purposed purPOCt iurhoses ¬
posed POCt The Houth f0ulh Jordan Jurlnl Canal Calul Co Coand Coand 0 0nld
and nld Stilt 511 ijike Ilkl City elt further flrtHr objected objectedtn
to 1 the action Irlun of the power plant plalt for Co I tho thoicnson thoJOsn timeicslstn
icnson JOsn that they th the claimed dllllcd the he power powerplant llweIJlunl poiietilittit
plant did not 10t distribute the water waterIn wlter wlterII iimterlii
In II a continuous contnuoul and equitable Iulablp man manner Inn Innlr mannnor ¬
nor lr and nld that It could coull not do so on
its 1 present 1scnt appliances IPIlalccR The he Utah 8
Suit Lake lnkl Carnal Co objected objCtll to the
distribution dlltribut n of the lie power company companyclaiming COmpUI companycia1mntn
claiming elalmlnj that the power pOlel company omIJI took tookthe toulIh totkthi
the Ih water to satisfy Its
sntsf IK needs Ir Irrespective II lrlesImectIrU ¬
respective lIBJCtlO of t whether or no 10 It I left leftcnouBlj leften leften
cnouBlj en ulh uglm to supply said canal company
with Us Il Just portion portol of the water wntcl The Thecanal fhornnaJ rhocanal
canal companies cOlpnl ali II also o claimed clnlmel that tho
Individual appropriates of water
have been using uNln more lom water mtter per peracre pt peracre r rncrc
acre than was wal necessary leeesealY or profitable poltnllo
In tIm maturing of their
crops and al also 01so also ¬
so that thatthc the tb demands of the Individual Individualapproprlators Indhlluol IndhlluolnpproPllatur IndlylthtrnhapproprIators
approprIators npproPllatur were far In excess of th thactual thnctual timactual
actual appropriations approprlatonH made and Ind used
by Iy these thtse Individual Indhlrual appropriators and andsome andsomo antisome
some of the smaller smnler canal companies companiesclaimed comllanlesclaimed companiesclaimed
claimed that the larger Inrrer canal clnll com companleu Coinpanien
panlea have hlve been Ieen using more water
than they Ihe are entitled entted to under the theagreement thoII the1tfieelnent
agreement II eemcnt above a oo referred to nail nndclaimed alit alitclalnel nailclaimed
claimed clalnel the right rJlht to demand dllonll n division divisionor dhlslOI
or to store ftore their share fhare of the voter Wttcr
whenever Whllever the lake nhould Ihould be at what
Is II known ns compromise polntnnd that
If the larger l1rger canals should use more
than their 1G of tho river during
high hllh water that the excess ex durlnR should
be Ie charged ajalnst IIalnst them later cels shoull in the theseason thoseason theseason
season The ho nnivcr tower ulnnt niai nl rinin In In < n
the right to use ule whatever iiite water i
I the prior approprlntors apprOllrlltorl were entitled
I to nt lt all ni seasons of the year enl enUtell enUtellI anti Ind
have the same snlc flow ow down toln the river dur ¬
Inl ing the lie winter season lenso ns well wel ns 15 sum ¬
mer mol amid denied denlee the right rlht of the cnnnl
companies to store the same In the
lake lakeTho lakeTh hakeThe
The testimony testmon of more than 17E wit ¬
nesses IIS3eS was taken during the trial
which lasted from January Jaluary U until
1
March 15 and the lie arguments occupied unti
occuplfl
a whole wholr week In April Apri from trol from the lie 8th
to the ISth ISthSTATEMENT 1lhSTATEMENT 1khSTATEMENT
STATEMENT BY BYATTYI ATTY RICHARDS RICHARDSAccording RICHARDSAccording RICHARDSAccording
According to tho reports of the morn
ing papers paVer there seems to be a decided
difference Ilrerence of opinion us n to the 1 effect
of the decision dlcl lon rendered rellered by b Judge Morse efect
In the bIg hil water case between Salt
Lake J kl City CI and nld the canal heween companies 811
mid Ild the power company the attorneys
for the CUV belnc Ieln rcnnrln1 rfoortp1 no n Itornesl f < tniinft lnlI
a I complete victory Ictor for their client and
the attorneys ntornys for the power cllnt company all
as n Insistent thnt the decision deciion is satis
factory to the company und Ind In Its RtS fa ¬
vor vorOur 01 or ls
Our reporter rc orter called calet upon Mr Ir P S
lllchnrdn JchArll of the firm frm of Itlchnrda Jlhnrtl
Vnrlan counsel for the city and calling
I
his attention atlnton to the Interviews an cnln of the lie
attorney Itorney for the Hecelver Iecelver of the power
company COnpal published In this mornings
Herald and Tribune Trlhunf asked akerl his 10rnllgs hIl views leIl
conernlng the decision lecl lon Mr Ir Richards
stated stiled that thA he made lalle It a 0 point pint Hchnrds to re
train from discussing flseUssln through the
newspapers nellpalJI law suits suis euI In which whllh throllh he wns
counsel but
that tho published state
locate as l to the effect efect of pUblshel Judge JurO Morses MorsesMCCllS
MCCllS decision were J10 so ml mlsltldllR zuislendirig l ndlriB that he
thought the public pUllc was Wl8 entitled to know
entted kioI
the real facts ta t in the case
He stated Ilntelt that there were two Im ¬
portant points PQlnt In controversy y between
the city ciy nail the power company clla n brtweel The
latter later claimed the rluht to take the
citys ciyS water out of the river rlvr above Ihoe the
headgato headJtc of the City CI Canal < anal nnd after
running rUlnln It I through throulh the power plant afer
turn It I Into tho canal canl The city clt denied
the right of the power
IJwer company to do
this anti nnlinaisled insisted thnt It I comll had n right to
change hop thcrlnce lace of diversion dlcrslon of Its wa ¬
ter tel or so as 0 to take It out on n Is higher
level lenl nnd that the power powtr company I hlfher
could coull not break Into the city canal not
having hnII obtained the right rl h to do so
cither elhr by contract with wih the city dt or
through thrUih any legal proceedings procedlnrs tho
I counsel for the city elY also claiming that thatthtse th1t th1tthso thatthese
these rights of tho city el were wIrc not sub subject sul subject ¬ i
ject to condemnation cOldellltol It I beng IiInHn n public publiccorporation Ilublo Ilublooromton publiccorliorAtlon
corporation oromton und ald Its Is water wnWI and nOI canal clnal be being Ie Ielug belug ¬
lug used u for municipal luolclllal purposes purposesThe pUroses pUrosesThe
C
The couri deililed dCtlhHI that the lie 1owr 1owrcompany 10wIr lowrcoiilpntiy
company 10111 eoul might tutu 11 tho city ciy cltys 8 I waist wnleiso wlter
so lung aa mild tuld city cty almll continue contnue to todivert 10dlort todivert
divert Its Is water waleI nt its Is present 11Selt point ot ofdiversion otI otmJlVClShOh
I diversion and alli use tho name am ut n Its Is pro proent In InI Pr Preat
I eat place of use but the city el IIIH IIIHtho hiHtho haslie
tho lie light 11ilt i to have huvt the question IlucstCn as to towhether tuwhe towhether
whether whe Iher nucli lueh properly is the proper propersubject properRuhjcct propersubject
subject of condemnation lollenllnton submitted lumttel to tothe 10the totile
the court on 01 pleadings pleulnSI and ald proof PloP ptoporly IIOjl IIOjlllly PloPerly
orly presenting prc entlnl such an al Issue and ald to tohave toho tohave
have the question Iulatnn of ff danmBtis 11ln11S arising arisingfrom nrllng nrllngflOI Atilmhiigfmoimm
from flOI such taking tal l and ld use submitted submited to toand tu111l tomimic
Hlla <
and 111l determined tetermllell by n jury before befole the the1ovior tl Iii IiiIowcir
1ovior company can use jry the water wlter at atnil tt ttni mItnil
nil ni S So > o It I will wil be ie seen cn that the decision decisionupon ted lul
upon 110n this point 101lt Is utrlctly Itrlcty In accordance accordancewith tccordanc tccordancwih
with wih the citys clS contention contentionThe conlolton conloltonho
The ho other Important point nt Issue Issuebetween Itsue ItsueIetween Isstmebetween
between tho city cly arid tho tlo tie Canal Cnlal com companies CII comimplumbS ¬
Inl
plumbS lllles on tho tll lie one ola side sld amid Ind the Power Powercompany POWII Powerconmhiafly
company cOIIJan on 01 the other side slte watt waf the thoqleltol thequestion tIec1ttestinii
question qleltol of whether whcthel or not there was wastiny vasLilly
tiny 11 unappropriated tlallilroprlatlri watero waterl In the hoi Joidtin to hoiilium
dtin 1111 liver at the time tl that the lie Power Powercompany Powel loiicmcommmpiny
company C IIIJln attempted Itemltell to ninlto mlito Its I mm u uptoprlution 111 111Illrluton ap appluprimittomi >
ptoprlution Illrluton and 11 how ho far tho city cl and andcunnl ald aldcalal amidcanal
canal calal companies COllplllls hail n rlulit to Im Impound In InIloulll ImumPouliti ¬
pound Iloulll waters In Utah lake Tho couit couitdecided room roomdecided t tdeellld
decided deellld that Ihlt Salt Sllt Lake City CI the 111 Utah Utahand tluhcI11 1umhinut
and cI11 nut Salt 1 I I Lnko 1110 Canal Cnlal cnmpnny Cnlpal lie thoKasit thugas lieEast
gas Jordan JordCn Irrigation company CO1III the theHouth theHoUlh timeSouth
IrrlJaton
South Jordan Jorlnl Canal Calal amid company amid III the theNoith thoNorth timeNorth
North Jordan Jortol Irrigation Irrgalon company me meentitled lre lreclttled citecimthlcd
entitled clttled to a 1 decree tcero awardlnj IwnrcII to ii them themsubject themuIJeet thetasubjemt
subject uIJeet to the limitations Ilnltnton hcrelnnflPr hcrelnnflPrs herellltCr herellltCrlt
s lt set t forth the right rlht to thd Ih USE U8f of all al of ofthe ofthl ofthe
the balance of the t1 waters of the Jordan Jordanriver Jordnnriver Jordanriver
river for Irrigation 111111101 culinary culnnr nnd IlHI do domestic domeltc 11mmmeaie ¬
mestic meltc purpose IUrpOifl to tho extent of the thecapacity theclpaclt timecitpacltP
capacity of their several canals cnals and andthe nnl amidthe
the rljlit to a Impound IlpOUJHI and ald store tnf all al of ofthe ofthl oflie
the thl lie waters of lt said Rule river in II Utah Unh lake Jakeand lakeami laketumid
and to tC have hul their title 110 thereto quieted quietedTho quletodTho
Tho limitations Imlatonl above referred leforloJ to are arethat nrethn arethin
that t the city cl and ld the canal cuntl companies companiesshall CtI1anle CtI1anleshnl
shall shnl I at a I all ni I tlmec tle t liii cc allow nlow al ioiv to How tow I ow un unimpeded UI mmmiImmipetled ¬
impeded down 10wn the tie channel chnnlC1 of the theriver II IIrhcr lie lierIver
river u I sulllclent ulclent quantity Ilulltty of water waterwhich wuterwhich caterwhmichm
which when whul added to the lie nrm Icereton Iceretonto nceretInn nceretInnto > tnni tnnito
to the river nnd other othl sources SOUICel will willfurnish wil viIifllrmIRhi
furnish nt the thl lit various points of di diversion el dlversimimi ¬
version nrslol nnd measurement I the several severalquantities tpcrnl tpcrnlIluanttcl ceveralriuammtltles
quantities Iluanttcl of water Inltr awnrdwl to tothe tothl tolie
the thl West Joidan Milling MIIII nnd Mercan Mercantile Mercantlo Merciumtile ¬
tile tlo company lOlpnl the tw Utah Mtittresa Itlt s and nndManufacturing nne andManufacturImmg
Manufacturing MnnufacturlnG company cOIIIUn tho Unied UniedState United UnitedStates UnitedStates
States Mining lnll company COllpal William Wllul ihIiumn coop cooper loop ¬
er L r nnd Ilonnlon and Ine llennlon for or the theoperation thloportlon tiltoperation
operation oportlon of their thei several 11ornl mills Ils and andfactories al amidfactorIes
factories aggregating uJlregatlg in amount urount 121 121second 121fecond 121second
second fecond feet of water From this thl quan quantity qUII quitntity ¬
tity tty the W second seconl feet awarded aWtmhl to tollennlon to1elnlon tohlentilon
llennlon 1elnlon Hennlon should bo boeduel boeduelId deduct deductrd
rd Id because they th use the same water waterthat wuterthl watertiuct
that thl has previously prlolI91 been hctn used used by 1 the theWest thlWesl lme lmeIVest
West Jordan Jonnl mill mi timid nld the mattress mattressfactory malrtsN malrtsNtnclon mattressfactory
factory Tills would woull leave lea 81 rocond rocondfeet meeumulfeet 1011 1011felt
feet felt of water 1101 In the thl liver Ihcr Including Includingthe Inrlulngtl
the which hon ftomtho honthl fmonmtim
tl seepage Reepnle ns nl nppenip allpEnl
tim thl testimony Istllon at tlm thm lowest season Heasunhas lenNon lenNonhnt seasonhal
has hnt been een more than I hnl 40 twaond fd1111e feet and andPO n antitii ne
PO less than 40 second feM of Qf water waterwould wateroull waterwould
would oull tun down do 1 the thl river 111 luSt or orthrough II ii iithmruuglm
through the power plant llnnt when whel It t claims claimsthat claimsthlit Iahn Iahnlutt
that lutt double doullc that quantity qUlltty Is required requiredto
to run rUI It ItHence I ithence
Hence 1111 it I will wii be 1 ncen Ietl thnt the Iht rights rightsnf
nf appropriation CllpropllCtion nnd storage slorolt which whichwere whlehwen whlchmere
were ere claimed dahlall by h the th cllv ciy vlt and nnl the cnnal cnnalcompanies tlnal tlnalCUIPnlleH
companies CUIPnlleH have hll been Iecn fully rul recognized recognizedby JIollz1 JIollz1I
by I the tie court and Lnl Judge JutlO Morse MorF In ex expretn exJe oximfets
pretn Je s icims lems denies Ilcnlf time thl application 1Ilcnll nf nfthe oftime f fthe
the receiver re elvel for tin I Injunction aulnM aulnMthe Q nlnlt nlnltthe nincmt nincmtthe
the city cl anti Ine the cnnal cogiphnlM cog pn1111 to toprevent toIlreent toimreveiit
prevent Ihnm tlom from rom Htoilni Ktolni the thIaler thIalerIt1 valor valorand watermini
and It1 mini rcoulrlno tcqulrlnl them to t allow nlol n continu Ionlnl ¬
ous uus ou flow nQ thtovtih thlqll htu the tlmeiiower power lowellIUlt IUdiH Of Ofcouise orrUUII OfeOtiRsL
couise rUUII the Ihl question lestol nf lt storage IIQrgf doe doenot doenol doesnot
not apply nJII to the Irrigating I IIKntnl Ecn ICIon aemtson em be because becalt hecause ¬
cause calt at that thin tll the lie parties 1Ifrtl nrc nrcobllseil 11 11obllll flmCoblIied
obllseil obllll to tm U t lhsG tho th ito water far irrigation irrigationnnd IrrItol
nnd consequently eOIM < Itnll there has hl been Bulll Bullldent HUmrlllt soulcleat
dent rlllt running down dowl the river rlvcl to supply supplythe lupply lupplytl1 HUIphlit
the tl1 lit power Ilowel lioii el company companyThe companhp comnpanTime
The hp decision la certainly In II favor of ofthe otthl ofthe
the city rl upon every ery materliil latlrlll point point anti nndIt anltIt
It Is very nr gratifying rrtflng to know thnt the thepower timePower i
power Ioler company COllltl Is It 1 1litiui4tII so easily asly satisfied satisfiedHtllIIAItl Iltsfed IltsfedIUII1
HtllIIAItl IUII1 AHUAKJXKI AHUAKJXKIWin IHAI ItllAlINiIilil lm lmWi
Win Wi S KUIcy HI II InccH a 1 Clmi CIOIJO Charge o of ofGrand fr frG atGumlitl
Grand G 111 Larceny LarcenyW LILVel LILVelxv I IW
W E Hubbard 11Lbnrti was as arraigned nlralgnet In the thedistrict thl lie liedistrict
district court this morning morlllg on tl two twochargesrnpe I vo vochnmgesrnlbe 0 0lhnrgeBrlllo
chargesrnpe lhnrgeBrlllo and ld assault nSlallt wllh wlh Intent Intentto Inllnt Inllntto
to 0 commit c0111 rape rapeund riipemtmid nnd pleaded not guilty guiltyto gUil
to both 10th charges chtles His Hl ball IIAI on both bothcharger bolhchorer bothcbmiirgs
charger was left lof as fixed fxed by 1 Vollee VolleeJustice Polce PolceJUStl1 IoiieeJuslice
Justice JUStl1 Tlmmony Tlmnot viz 12 5000 OOO and Ind 3000 3000IUSLEY 3OQOmSLEY 3000I1ISLEY
IUSLEY DEN1KS IT ITWilliam ITWllnl ITWhiliammi
William Wllnl S Hlsley Hsley was also arraigned arraignednnel
and nn pleaded pl ntell not guilty guit to n 1 charge of ofgrand oCgrml ofgrand
grand grml larceny II nen Attorney Atorney M I Thomas Thomasvat Thomnnt
vat an nt appointed by b the court to defend tefend tefend1sley
Hlsley 1sley who pleaded ulealed Impecunloslty 1111 cunlosltr The Tliecrime Thecrime TuecrIme
crime of which which he stands accused Is Isstealing IsMterln isstvrlimmg
stealing Mterln 280 80 from Quartermaster Quartermastel Icculee John Johl
13 M I Supple at Fort Douglas on April AprilGIVEN AilJ ApmIIGIVEN
GIVEN FOUR VBAKS VBAKSWilliam Y YIA1ti3Villiamn AlR AlRWiliam
William Wiliam Dean also appeared before
Judge JUdG htewnrt bewan for sentence ettelce this morn mor
lag Inl fur committing commiting n crime against nn
tUI He le Rot ot the same SII1 centcnce an his hisaccomplice hIl hisaccomplice
accomplice arcomplee Frank lrank Brown who plead pleaded 111Ild 111Ildel lead leadcii ¬
ed guilty guiltytour four
el gullytnur years The Th court
thanked thnlkell Attorneys Atornes a H I Uackman Uackmannnd UnclutUI
and anl P I C Kvnns I vnns for their defense deCelse of
the he two men 1cn
THUEn YEARS FOR WILSON WILSONHarry WION WIONHnrry WILSONharry
Harry Wilson Wison who on 01 Thursday Thuuda was wnsconvicted wasconvicted
IS ISconletll
convicted conletll of robbing robbllg n Japanese of J27S J27Son 32780mm 278 278on
on Christmas Chrlstlas eve holding him hll up nt
tho point of a revolved reo1elt on 01 Plum Plul 11 alley alcy
was this morning l rnlng sentenced by Judge
Stewart to three yearn cnrl In the State Statepenitentiary Stil StiitepenItentiary
penitentiary penHentll Attorney Atornc J M 1 Hamil 11ml IlanilIOtts ¬
tons motion 10tol for n f new lew trial wns over overruled ocrruled overruled
ruled nnd he commended the young
man to the mercy merc of the court curt Wilson Wilsonwhose Wison Wisonwhose Wilsonwhose
whose renl rnl name Is WlnHeld lnIIIJ J Hunt lunt Is Isn I isa
n handsome boy oy 22 2 years enr old He lie110mm
has good ood features plentiful 111tntful black Ilaclt hair hairnnd hnlrand hairamid
and a preposesslng nnd rather distin distinguished dlstn dlstnguilhed distlngulitlbed ¬
guished guilhed appearance apptarncl Asked lked whether Wh < lher he hestill heftlintenlh hostill
still ftlintenlh Intends to mnrry larr marc Clara Clar Kottcrs IoJcrs the theyoung theYOlnA timeyoung
young YOlnA woman who who came C10 from his hisnative hisnnto hIsnative
native nnto city ciy Decatur III t where whert Wilson Wilsonor Vllsonor
or Huntn luntl father Is I said Ball to be le n well Icl
todo contractor the prisoner prl oner said that
al
it I would depend on Ml Mists 1 s llogcrs Hoger He Hewns le lewns lievas
wns ready If the girl Ilrl did not consider considerthnt considerthat
that she was making IlklnG too much mich of n nsacrifice nIlcrlfre asacrifice
sacrifice Ilcrlfre for or his sake Inlte From frm Ills hil tone tonethe ton
the young ounl man seemed to imply that tha
bin hil sweetheart Iplthelrt would stick to him himJUUOns himJtIW himJijitons
JUUOns JtIW S ACCEPTED ACCEPTEDOf AJ PED PEDOf
Of the venire of Jurors jurrs returned to
the civil civi dlvlclon dhl lol of the th Third Thlrl district districtcourt dl dIstrictcourt lrlct lrlctrourt
court this morning 10rllnr the following tololll twelve twelvewere tveivowere
I were accepted anti nnl excused till tl tomor tomorrow tomorrw tomnorrow ¬
row rw Andrew Alrw Shulsen John J hn South Suth
George AHI1I 11 William lln Uutng Uaitllng Sharp
Wnlkcr Samuel Slmuel W Tnrbett nrbel George Glorl
A Ashton William WllRm Qlbby Obby A J 1 Pen Jel
dleton John T Heath John F Howclls Howcllsand
and Nlcholn GulLrnnsen GulLrnnsenEiiUEii GullrnRn GullrnRnI Guhttrrmnsenl1j1Elt HOlels HOlelsnnd
EiiUEii I Wgl IAYTUX llA rus UUHIED UUHIEDSpecial lUnlD lUnlDSpecal 11UItUDSpecini
Special Specal to the News NewsKaysvllle Nel News1aysviIle
Kaysvllle JCasvle May Mn 6At the funeral fUnrnl ser services eerIces er erIeel ¬
vices hild h ht here
Ieel today over the th remains
of the late Intt Elder ller Charles Layton Lyton there thereal
was al n C very ier er largo audience aull llt present sont who ho
listened Isten < d to a sermon srmon by b Elder Eder Chas W V
Penrose and remarks rmarks by Bishop lhhop James
Taylor of Mound Iould Iort Ulshop Uarton
and Ind Elders W W Barton arton Bhop Times 1Criol F I
uouechc and John U I Homes Harnt2 The
opening prayer prler wns Wa It by I Elder Barnes
Eder Hime
timid nld the benediction benUcton by Klder J lder Wm Wr m
Stewart Sttwnrt The choir sang fn beautiful leaullullnd and
appropriate RJPrprlato music nnd a 1 large lage follow rolow ¬
jag of friends
InA went to the cemetery cemet r
The sons sonl of the deceased decealld carried the
casket which vets W1 piled high with
floral lorl offerings oferings and tnd the pled eldest ellelt hllh son lon wlh pre ¬
ceded cllC1 nil ni with wih o beautiful beautful floral norol piece
from Crm th tbl the family f a
TAKING BODIES BODIESFROM BUDIE8FROM
FROM THE RIVER RIVERThreo IERThree
Three Have Been Recovered from fromthe fromtho fromthe
the St Johns JohnsMANY JohnsIANY JohnsMAi
MANY MAi MAY HAVE lA YB PERISHED PERISHEDE PBHISIED PBHISIEDJnrll
Jnrll nuirimig E Ilrc SUlben Number Itiuliea m cm ilia iliaIli Ihl tueItirerjmiu
Ili JlnrII Itirerjmiu crlui ut t JnckioiHlllu JUIeurll Now Nowut NiwEellmiinicti CW CWJ
J Eellmiinicti IIDINI ut eioo5uoc eioo5uocJacksonville 11 iQOTOtJOJackeomivilie 05OOO 05OOOJncksolle
Jacksonville Jncksolle Fl Fla M MAY y GThe OThl body bdy
of Harry Inr llonnehenu lonneheau u r real nl estate wtntotlpnler estatemienier IAto IAtoIllnllr
tlpnler Illnllr was 1111 recovered rcowell today tud from tin th
St St Johns JIhIS river Mr 11 nonnelliiufi nonnelliiufiwife Orl9lhuus Orl9lhuuswlte
wife amid Ind son 101 arc lre supposed BUIPoBed to t be In New
York city cityTho el cityTIle
The bodies olies of two tlO iio negroes nero were also nlorecovered nlMrPloverud alsorecovered
recovered Alure All are victims Ictlml of Fridays FrldnYf
disastrous fire
dlYRltrous There
lhele ate Ie many ru
mors tOf of loss JOI of life le but lJt owing 1ny to tho
departure Ilellrturu of thousands thousnlls of people from
the tlt city cl It I will wil be Impossible IIp08slhle for CrOI ser ¬
emi eRI days to verify the reports unites I
the btxlleu bodl nrc found
An Al estimate eltrut nn 11 tm ta loss by the fIre fro as
given glen out by n former tax ta collector calietor this
afternoon aflt lnool Is as follows followsp folow
Publc Public buljllnK8 J10J80M
p I0o atom ato
north side Ille of ut lay ny slyest 3EMO store
south side Ildo of Bny nn itieet JMOOOO 88000 100 stores atOlCI torO
Forsythe street 1405000 H0500 stores slolep Main MainW
Street 30 2O00tm W O u tcslllnce iisldences < slln e Prominent
778COO SCflO resldencis reldencl 1500 small JJOW
1O smul
O
000 00 residences I personal peorml effects JS3W ZOO
erccts
St
000 00 stocks slockl of goods In stores JlCMOOO
ItolH UOO
stocks In 200 smaller mallr stores Ktor WMOOOi
street fet railways 30ooo 5IO
rnllaI 300 pavements palonts
MOOOOO OOO Total I105C5000
U COOO
The newspapers nelSIllerl have IIe iitbC been nsk nake asked d to
print numeroug IUllirOUB notices 10COI of Inquiry Inlulry re
1orlnK gnrhlmig < far llnj the whereabouts of missing
people peopleMayor peolle peopleM1t3ur
Mayor M ItowuVn loldln asks Isls that all al sight
reors f1I lemnln l nway la from Jacksonville JnckstJI
Tho vast army flY of Idle tub ie ne ntloes neipoe toes Is like
Iv to tr cause otne ole trouble troulle It I Is believed bcl lke ed
that bfrp lJfott the day ca Is over 001 all i n negroes gro i
whl Whit ho will wi not po 10 to work at M 1 per mlrQ day
Inl email nd ruton ml rulion Ions will w be deported denollI
Jlttitlul Iallulilll law continues contnue to bu blrlgldl rigidly en
forced forcedThe torctl forcedtiit
The river Ilnr Is being IJelnl watched t < htll today
everybody verho believing hleln that the thl water will willKlvo wi willJ41io
Klvo JIo up lp its 1M dead eRrl on the third thireilluy Jay This Ttmisimdlin ll
Inulrntes 111Ie imdlin If p5 that thlt inanv III people Ple believe bdl that
the lie fire drove
bewllclowl men mij
hewldel Mid wo women wolel womacmi
men lel Into Intl the th river It 1 I Is t Impossible to toamvrtiiin toItrtlll toaseertimimi
amvrtiiin Itrtlll who IK I missing HC thousands thouild
have loft Iho Ihl city lI
S R A McHottery Mceotery who was Wi em elIIoYf1 elIIoYf1al employed employedUI ployed ployedot
ot the Oardnpr Garlnr shipyards nlin shximitet IM1 < t lost
lilt ii life IE In In trying tflnl to snv I save the thl poolo oDh who whorunbtd wholulIIIn whotuphid
runbtd lulIIIn down Market Mnrkf HtrneHo 111 strsel t to the river rivertIwiin
dwhcm d Ih3 the t hf Maims nlll 11 Iverm < TP ut u t their tblr flercwt ne rlr lt
He II says IaYI In h KUHdllll umucceederl urc H > di rt In Mtllnc ttnt twenty tlntv
persons 1lllnl noro terOI sicross < tho tht lie river but ut il en s nmny nii niiholIafUt milanyto
mi holIafUt > rw i w > but l to demii Ath1r r
drownetl at th h < pier 111fr 111frI liierl
1 had no lien Id the Ih h Oilnynrd hllllml wfta I In In11InFcr 1mmi1ngcm
danger 11InFcr said Illd Mr Ir MeCflttcry ct tcr I was Wil
trying Ir lnl to cove In my 1 looU an 1the the fire wnS WI
being blown 1loWI to the t1 tim east UII anil nl away nl acvm fr Crt fran < wi
the ll dock dotk llddlnh Suddenly the thl Hame IHIt shot shotHcrono shotacross hot8CI
across 8CI the tilt yurd YNrl with wih the wInd from fromthi trm trouttiit
thi II west Wtlt rlcht behind 1hln1 them Ihlm I knew knewthen knpII knpIIIlcn knewthmemi
then Ilcn everything 118 tvo a eong 10111 I tied ItJ from tlOI
the building Inl < lnl WhIch whlh tvas IUI as burning over overniv overiil
niv 11 iil head headin heRlOn imeth3mm
in the pier I saw SRI a crowd cOI of people Icople
I am 11 positive thnt forty Is n I low esti estimate aRt estlmymnte ¬
mate rnnll of those I saw a Of this thi number numberI nUIIer nUIIerI
I saw RUI i45 only 011 the twenty I carried carIe across nc09s
There Thtt was wa no imay av a of escape CIIII6 for them themAfter themAfter themAfter
After 1 had 1111 carried Iarlll my nn boat half way wayarrow wayaro wayaross
arrow aro s the thl river I heard hrrd mnnv Inm fries and andshouts amidahitiuts
ant
shouts hnlt that seemed lec to mine rOle from frm the themokp thelokp liemmmoks
mokp lokp at the pier I know many were
I lost at thnt moment moment for the flame flamewer lale laleer flameswer
wer er on all al sides sltes and the river In Infront Intront infront
front frontThe trontTh frontTlti
The Th nlcnznr II < un I at St HI Augustine Au uslne al although aIthouh a athough ¬
though closed dosel several weeks tks ago for forthe torthl forlit
nlO
the thl lit > season has hnl been Ieen reopened to cars carsfor enrefor carefor
for the th lie refugeee Other winter resort resorthotels resorthJIf11 resorthotels
hotels hJIf11 will wi probably IlrtJhh open oln tomorrow as asthe 1 aslit
the lit crowds lenvlngthe city ciy are arl being beingnucincntepd belncnllpntfl1 hjeimmgaumemnsmmteeI
nucincntepd nllpntfl1 freely trpel today todayThnn todl
Thnn Thnl Timommerunris < nndg of o topl worked workft ye yester yestertiny IBter IBterta ter terday
day ta and nnl last nlcht nhht The firemen frem n have haven hae11t havemint
n 11t mint t been bp < n relieved releI because the debris lebrls Is IsHtlll Isstill
Htlll 111 burning and streams strelm of wnter are arebeing arehcllc areialmmg
being hcllc nmired lJurpd Into the lltimcs ame nnd em embers ember emnhors ¬
hors ber nil 01 the time lme night nlht salt nnt day dayOn ra raOn dit ditOn
On every telegraph telerlllh and Bnt telephone pole polethat polethat polethat
that was Wls not destroyed tJtroy 1 lInemen Ineml are at atwork ntwork atmork
work The he trolley trolC company has a large Hrgiforce Ir Irforct largeforce
force of f men nt lt v work < ork hanging hnllng fe fCII fCIIwires feet feetwires d dwires
wires and nld clearlns rpnrlnl tim III tracks tr kp where wherethe wherethe wherethe
the steel was WIS milllclontly urlonlh cool so an anto I asIm
to Im establish stahlsh car service lrJe us I soon 80n ns l pos possible J possible l ¬
sible It I will wi be cpvprnl Prrf1 hays before ncar 1 n acar
car can imns I Into 1110 Knst 1lst Bay IIY street tfet
Ten military Iltlt companies eompnhl are arl in the city cityto cityto
to prevent 11111 vandalism lnltalm and Rlit the militia militiacontrols 1111 maliltiacommtrnls
controls COl troIs nil ni parts of o the th city cityTHI clr clrfil cItycit
THI fil cit i cAinitCLLs 0 OA ITI II IVDICTEU IVDICTEUKntlirr I INlLCTEIJimit ICTEU ICTEUIat
Kntlirr Iat hrl and Son SomClmmrgcml Charged wlllt lIar Mnrlrr lIarii llr
ii < lrr Im ef < il I I I II I Doiicvan lulaII limni r gmtti of II it Colorado ColoradoKnnsas Collrallo CollralloIansu Colors i a aFCnnsas
Knnsas City Cl May Io CA special specal to the thoStnr th thSlar theSticr
Stnr from Butler lulpr Mo Io says saysThe sasThe saysThe
The special pperal grand Krlnd jury jur fcxlav lndlct Intlce lnhlcte4 lnhlcte4p < l ln
n J L r Oartrell Gatrl nnd all his son W It ItUnrtrell nOartrcl HIartreli
Unrtrell Oartrcl for murder In the first degree degreeThey otre otreThlY degreeTile
They ThlY Tile were re arrnltrned lurlllneJ oleaded 1111 < 11 not notguilty Botuly ot otguilty
guilty uly and the trial tral w was i It set et for time tlieJune t11 timeJune
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II J Don fDnt Ienegen gan n a Victor ltor Colo olo miner 11111 near nearhero Illr Illrherr hearhere
hero on In March Iarh ISlh and Inl he ht and Ind his hi son sondeposited sondeposited
deposited 10111 the body Ob In II Mulberry Iulbrry creek creekThe Irflk IrflkThe creekTue
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after attr having hn In disposed < l plll of Ponejans Ponejanshorse D Doneun3imre nenns nennshru
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circular Irrula has 1111 Iwn IIen Issued IMIe1 notlfvltiK not III the thomembers thameltr themnenibtrii
members meltr of the diplomatic dlillotllc curls rl that thatIn listIn
In future only dlstlnBUlnhed llslnulMhNt visitors vlloll a aromponled SI SIrorlauld aeOmflIAmmlCd
romponled rorlauld by I a I diplomatist dlplnlRtl1 will wi be 0 ad admitted admi adnmltttI ¬
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Washington May Ma lt Is learned at atthe atlie
the state department that the Iremdent Iremdenthss
has made no statement through the theusual theimuai
usual channels to the effect that h hwould lam lamwould
would r reusf fuw to receive Kruicer offl laily lailyor
or unolnclHlly The governmerit hij hijmade hitt hittantis
made no promise U to the chsf elmaractel otei of ofhu f flit
hu lit reception if h lie should declJ to tocome
come her hereNew
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Berlin May Ma GThe new ralnUtry Is Isgaietttd isgazctteti
gaietttd ns follows followsHaion followItalon
Haion lthenhali B mlnliter of f fi finance IImian ¬
nance nanceOcneril mian
Ocneril Podblclsky minister of ngrl ngrlculture egrictlture
culture cultureItaron ctltureha
Itaron ha ron von on Hamtnersteln dlstmtpreeidtnt dIstrIct dIstrIctpresident
president of Mctt takes the i ortfollo if ufth ifth
th Interior InteriorHerr InteriorIerr
Herr Mollei minister of commerce commerceHerr commeteeHerr
Herr Kraotke director of tKfe tl IwperUt IwperUtK liatiserlIlpostufllce
postufllce K > stulMce secretary of state of that de department d dpartment ¬
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