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in inWyoming inWyoming illyyornillg
irapahoes ap8I10 on the Shoshonc Reservation
Wyoming Threaten Trouble State StateMilitia StateI
1 1Militia
Militia I Ordered to tofhe the Scene Sceneiit S ne negtI
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iit Juno 12A opcclnl opcclnlMont vntlon In Wyoming VmIn The Indians have haveopenly hve1II0nt
gtI 1olIt openly op nly defied the authorities nnd are araprewiring areb ar
Mont en ny afl that tor torF er
1 I prewiring hu1g for the lio barbarous sun un dance danceThe dancett
F with the he Ara AraIn Ar to tothe toti1l tot
31 tr u ic b 13 5 threatened The State inllltta has ha been ordered
In 1 ii J on the Bhoahono rcscr the scene scenevntlon ecenemUTt cenei
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i mUTt ft T MITCtlELL ARRESTED ARRESTEDjrged
1 Jrgcd Wilh the Embezzlement of Public Funds at Bacolor BacolorPhilippine E3acolorPhilippine
Philippine Commission Creates Fourteen FourteenJudicial Fourteenj FourteenJudfcial
Judicial Circuits
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jjinl nl Junn 12 12Lfeut Lieut Henry T Ti p1 p1Of 1
i of the Fortyfirst regiment regimentn
n rlstel1 r Stet and will be tried by byLri bydrI1 byOil
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Lri drI1 ji I1 on the charge of embez embezlicunt embezjlunr emtxzffl
licunt jlunr ffl i tricolor cor of public funds fundsphi tundsPhi fun1siifl
phi 1Pilll ic fommlHalon has hU passed passedL
fourteen Judicial ell clifin ellr
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1 rJ I j by t I the tlI commission commissionJl cOlnm slon
Jl rlno rUb Trias governor of Trias
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ImRRYMAKIN6 IERRY AK LN6fiIYSTICSII MYSTIC SURINERS SURINERSRClChcd R1NERSgched
lidded RClChcd the Climax Clim x TodayPhilip C Shaffer of Philadelphia PhiladelphiaElected PhiladelphiaElected PhiladelphiaElected
Elected Imperial Potentate San Francisco Chosen Cho3 n for forNext fori forNext forNext
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Next Annual Meeting
XAtUS Cty Y Mo ro Juno 12 12Tollny To Jay Jayj
4 rry 1 j making rldn of the Shriners at atth nttnfe fltI
th h Twentyseventh annual annualJ IInnual11nf annualtheir
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11nf J tf their order reached Ito Itaprogram Ito1tKbt It Itht
1tKbt ht fh program Included a 1 ULa visit visita
a rtf t Burning of the nobles nobl noblest s r ond their theirjci thrlrlJt thIrlsiks
hot ts In tjw tjwiuta t te telt e eIt
lJt jci to U 11 > pat palklng kins liouies Ip
It iuta j UT uX1 iT d diCt iiet trieexhibition drill drillui rllI rllIp3tt
111 ui pnr pJtrs is at Exposition l park In Ini InJOr
i T r ion tn nil < l nt night in conven convensn
sn 1 hall the griril grJ < l annual ball the thor
r fir fl glrry of the gatherings gatheringsThe
The > oni OOlltllic titivc drill In the atternoim
was Ya one of the most mo t pleasing exhibitions exhibitionsof
of the meeting The prize for the win winner winner winncr ¬
I ner In each contest van a guidon utdon pre presented prej Presnted ¬
sented by IJ Arayet temple tern pip of KanMH KanMHCity lanlffiHCity 1anieRCity
City Patrols from a dozen cities cI tics took tookpart tookpar tookjJa2X
j part par The fh day lInywnu wan Ideal for the event eventond eventanl1 eventand
and the bin grand rand stand and the fluid fluidI flelllWit
wan Wit a mass of oteolor colorand o1or and red ed fez and andfantastic am arni4antatit I Ifiruntalltlc
I fantastic costumes of f the th < ncblas lollllsmln flQblmIflrglint mln mlnfjllng 1 1glln
glint with thi theayde ayuekratloni lY1e6QrtInlland unUlOng and the thebright theIJrhht thebright
bright attire of the women womenPhilip womenPhllip womenPhilip
Philip C Shaffer Rhnrr < t of Philadelphia wan wantoday wnlltoI10 witHtoday
today toI10 elected Imperial potentate of the theOrder thuOrder theOrder
Order of the Mystic Jtlc Shrine and Snn SnnKranclsco SnnI SanlzancIco
Kranclsco was Vn chosen us the place of ofthe otthe ofthe
I the annual tethering In 1902
110RE MORE EXPLOS EXPLOSIONS ONS ARE EXPECTED
I Nt Rim tin Pa June 12 lZThe lZTheJ The The1
the Mi MiHospital Mvl lt ltIi
o J l 1 ry Ueverldge at
Ii l art UI Hospital 111 l lillill tttt last night brings thu thuntnM thoIr thurmLr
Ir ntnM f fatalities of the Poll PollI loltR
Hi R nune ne disaster 1It1 lrr up UI to eighteen eighteenV
I V or r uing uln party entered the 111 111U IIIr lllb
U r shirtly hrt1 before midnight and andi nndfr
Ui i f f1 a I UntancG of about 3000 3000h 3000kh
kh 14 < h i u Qr F < 1 body bOIl of David Jamts Jamtsfu Jmmstll
fu tll rl r 1 lifj < morning and was Idcn Idcnt I1011tci
t tci t a 1 rg tied around the Hill Hilltli littlelct
r tli let foot The ho flesh Ile h was wasII wa watr nil niltr
II tr T M n r 11 10 face In several everallllace6 places placesI
I 11 EJ J > I tuly 1111 H tly HIP body had met methp mftCi instnr
Ci nr hp f 111 j I force of the second ex exn
f E n AniiliT party will enter the therNirll thetr therjfl
tr rNirll rNirlli r rjfliu i1rtI
1 i Oi b been five bodies hod let recovered recoveredth
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r th r > t explosion There are areli areI
li I lf Ihirte n budies in the mine and I
revcral experienced miners here from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the Pan Handle district think that they theywill theywill theyulu
will ulu be iccovered iccoveredWhat IccovlredWhat jecoveredWhat
What the exact act conditions are In the theunexploied thounlxlliorell theunxploied
unexploied part of the mine Is not notKnown notlI1on notknown
Known That there Is lire is the opin opinion oplnIon JttI1Ion ¬
ion of many man but Its severity cannot be beeven beCII beQCfl
even CII BUPiicd at The next party to toenter toenter u ucnter
enter the th mine will extend x tend its ventila ventilation ventllatlon vontilalion ¬
lion as far as possible and lint lid I III out outwhatever outwhnleer outwhatever
whatever gas can be reached reachedDr rellchtiDr eticltOdDr
Dr C A Wynne coroner of West Westmoreland Vettmoreland I t tmoroland ¬
moreland county will not hold hol the In Inquest IIIfluest iniuest ¬
quest until It Is known that the bodies bodiesIn
In the mine cannot be recovered recoveredThere recovere recoveredThere < 1 1There
There Is some talk of flooding the themine tillmine themine
mine today and If It be done the bodies bodiesof
of the men that are there will not be botnkcn betnken betaken
taken out for eighteen months at the theleast theIlaRI theleast
least leastTho IlaRI1ho leastThe
The conference of mine officials am dais today todaybowed todnyhQell todayhowed
bowed that more explosions are looked lookedfor looleCor
for
THIS iis EAR IS NOT SO COLD COLDAs COLDMCompared
As Compared ilh Last Year There Has Been an Excess of 242 242Degrees 242DegreesNo 242DegreesNo
Degrees DegreesNo No Rain Tonight
AH Al Ii 1 temperature t during this thishas thlBW thisL
W J4 has ha been exceptionally exceptionallyMurdoch exceptlonnlI
I tt tr r Murdoch of tho tI o weather weatheru
rPl rp FoY It is not actually so bad badr balllit
lit I r rn ri upon casual consldera conslderai
an anvtrr sa i ho deficiency of temper temperfirst temperr
vtrr vtrrf vtrrflrltv r r 0 > first of the month In Inhai Inhas Inha
f has ha amounted to 34 do douurngo lierng dor
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uurngo rage of about 3 degrees degreesthe tefireesv
d v p lias ba been an excess ot otr4iI ofIt1
flrltv flrltvPa It1 r4iI the first of the year yearill rearn
Pa n ill 11 degrees I grecs Today there thereOlMlltS thereUEA1H therehEAlTh
hEAlTh OlMlltS UP IHS TALBOT TALBOTh J AIJ 01o 01ohe
h h Passed Away A Just ISt llcforo Noon XoonToday XOOIIf01la NoonToIay
Today Todayf f01la f01la7h
7h f f n of Mrs Irll Genevieve Whit WhitI hi
1 Tl1 r 1 k ulbe I be
pained to learn that thatf
le 1 1l f I d r home In this olty Just Justnis
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t Its before be ore noon n < XIn today tolllL She
11 rg g I 1 n a Mutterer from heart heartv heartUr
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i v her Ur complaint was ns coin
a j jj I I 1 dopsy fOPS and nnliln In spite of all alliHill
kill and nnllolng loving care could
i he h passed away at the theUBS thei
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4 was born In this
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I fn I 1 I of Horace 1C I and
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Talbot to whom she shei
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l Talbot was as loved for Or her her5ru herilt
l l ilt th Futl M 5ru 5ruf rc ot ° f cn character n cter her love of ofhi otIra
and
foill Ira her aoso absolute > ute genuineness
11Jts lJ II hi nirh hlr II i dlatingulshod her career
UCh h 8i aU her life
She had been a arKEt
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D1SEEET J2j EVENING NEWQ NEWSIruttJrur J d J 1 1AND 1J2j r j jTltUfn
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TltUfn AND ANDWEDNESDAY Nn tI Im IdhiiiV1Y IdhiiiV1YSALp II tn
WEDNESDAY VB E Yt JUKE J1 Ifl 1001 EE1 SALT LAKE PITY OITY1JPAU UTAH AII NUMI1ER NU NUMiii BEn 114 T4
II M Shcarscr treasurer Ambroslo AmbrosloFlorcs AmbrosioFlores AmbroioFiores
Flores governor of Jtlzal Capt James JamesK JnmlIllllor
K 1 Hill Illllor of the Fortysecond I regiment regimenttreasurer regimenttreaSUreli regImenttreastirer
treasurer Capt Jacob Jitc b P F Krebs of the theTwentysecond thelwent theIWeflty
Twentysecond lwent secollil regiment governor of ofNuevla otNlH111L ofNuevla
Nuevla KcIJa 1 Lieut Iil lIt lUohard C Dar Dajof Darot Dzi Dziof
of the Thirtyfourth regiment treas treasurer treamer treabtirer ¬
urer urerCapt merCatlt tirerCapt
Capt W V II Wilhelm of the Twenty Twentyfirst Twentyfirst rwentyIlrllt
first infantry who was jwntlywound jwntlywoundtd recently elcnUrwounell wound wounded
td In the shoulder In an cnRgaement cnRgaementwith
with Insurgents at Llpa Ilatangas pro provlnce 11rovince vrovinee
vince died today loda
is a deficiency of 7 degrees but yestcr yestcrday yesterday ester esterdo
day do was os still colder there being beln a fall falling tl1l1Ing falling ¬
ing ort of 8 degrees Ilelr e while on tho 5th Jthof 5thot 5thQt
of June It was 12 degrees shy IIh As 11 com compared romIMNI cornPared ¬
pared with the corresponding rOIrcspol1 < lIng day ay of ofirict oClas1 oflast
last year enr the temperature Is quite low lowfor lowtLlr lowfur
for on June 12 2 19 19M < V the th highest tem temperature tlmperalure ternperatUre ¬
perature was 85 d degrees grees and on June
5 1900 It was 89 degrees Hut token all alltogether alllo alltogether
together lo ether this thl year has been warmer warmerthan wnrlllerlimn rarinerthan
than last for last year Plr there was an anexcess nnexCtS9 anexcess
excess of C9 9 degrees only on1 up to June June12th June12th June12th
12th The prospect pro pett for tonight and to toniorrow tonlorrow tomorrow
morrow Is that the temperature will willrite willrhe shl1rIse
rite No o rain Is anticipated although althoughIt
It has been very cloudy nil day dl
sufferer so o long that she IIh did not fear fenrthe tcnrthe fearthe
the approach of death Indeed eho lio liol late lately IntII ¬
ly I said that but for her desire to rear rearher rlarher rearher
her family death would bo welcomed welcomedThe elcol11 elcol11rhe
The end came peacefully and quietly quietlyas
as 1 befitted one whose life had been so soupright soupright itouprIght
upright and noble nobleThe nobleThe nobleThe
The funeral will be held from rom the thefamily thetar1I1 thefamily
family residence 25 2 i C street on Sun Sunday Suna Sunday ¬
day a at noon noonSTOKV noonSTOn noonSTORY
STORY OF A STKAXGKH STKAXGKHTnlo I ITRle
Tale of n Itnllier 1niherThir1flhilg Tlirlllliifir Expert Expertcncc Expcrlcllce ExlerIrcc
cncc rcc Ilolutcil to SlicrilF Nnylor NnylorFrank SnlorFrnnk nor norFrank
Frank Stankewlck n Pole came to toSheriff toSherlrt toSheriff
Sheriff Naylor alor with a tale of woe oe last lastnight llItnlghl lastnight
night Frank doe not talk the purest purestof
of queens KnclUh hut he managed to tomake tomake tomake
make the sheriff understand that he hehad hehatl hehail
had been the Intended Intendedvictim victim of a three threecard threecard threecard
card monte game and after looking lookingthrough looklnthrough lookingthrough
through a few saloons the sheriff and andDeputy antlDeputy ondDeputy
Deputy Italelgh arrested two men in inthe Intho Inthe
the saloon at the northwest corner of ofState atState ofState
State and Second South streets I The
men gave uve the names of John Miller > and andTim amirim antirim
rim higgins and Stankewlck identified identifiedthem ItentlnetlIu ifientllledthem
them lIu 1I1 as two of till < three man who had hadattempted hu huattempted hadattempted
attempted to cheat him at the card cardgame cnlt cnltI1Jne cardironic
game I1Jne A i warrant was Issued for them themby themby thornby
by Justice I ochrlo < this morning morningAccording II1l1rnluAccordlnJ morningAccording
According to Htnnkowlcks story ho hoIs hIIff hei
Is i a stranger In tow I and y fiRterllny fiRterllnyatlernoon enterdftyafternoon st rday rdayafternoon
afternoon he was mm by an affable nffnbleutranger nITblstranger affablestranger
stranger who by the th merest l1 rut coincidence eolncldenrehappened cohieldtmrohal1penell coincidencehappened
happened to have come here f frvrn rum Rock KockSpring nodtSIJrltlK RockSiruage
Spring Wyowhere Wyo where the Polo hall come comefrom cometwin OrnelOlli
from lOlli This Is the man who Is only onlyknown onlyknown onlyknown
known as n the John Dos 1 > 01 in the matter matterand mllllelnnu matterand
and Deputy Sheriff Cummings U out outlooking outlonklng outjunking
looking for Ol him now nowThe 1I0WThe towThe
The unknown took quite a fancy fRn to totho totho tothe
tho unsuepoctltiR Pole whim he steered steeredout ItttlcreciOllt ituereilout
out to Wai WIIIIII m Springs Here the two iwowont twowont twosvent
wont Into the beer Plr gnrden where here they trwywere the thewere theysvere
were met by b Miller and 1It flliglm Thin Tluntho Thinthe 1hentllo
the trunio U110 waB U9 started but the Pol Polwrit 10ltWIIS IoheWitti
writ suspicious and barked out but butMiller hutMlllcr butMIller
Miller crabbed him by the coat think thinking thInkInlf thinkleg ¬
leg hat he was a limit to quit the crowd crowdHtunkewlck crowe croweShmkewlck crowdSUinkevIck
Htunkewlck suyn Dial he th then n pulled pulledout pulledout pulledout
out a rovolver and Miller IIlfr let letlf go g ll1l hit hold holdHe holtHe holdHe
He then ran out Into the street stro t Miller Millerfollowing Millerfollowing UlIrrotllJVhll
following him 1dm but butlh thn thi threat nf tho gun guncanned guncauHetl funClltlHltI
canned him him to retreat and tho Pole Polemade Jole1I1ll11 Ioleinailt
made the bent of hl hiM way VII down town townand townnntl townntl
and ntl reported the case to the sheriff sheriffSTOJlh shelil1srrJtI sheriffSTOItI
STOJlh STOJlhllobbcrs Ul IUJiA lTiIA lU UfED UfED1iobbei lm lmJo
llobbcrs Jo bels Rater rllt I Miirnlinll 1IriI flroccry flroccryKstiiljllslinidit GroccrIMlIlJlIshllllut flrocfiryEStIlbfl9hlhIehltttliII3htkO
Kstiiljllslinidit EStIlbfl9hlhIehltttliII3htkO ami iluko a Illlillil Illlillilrnrly lliiul lliiulTnrly 1111111nrly
Tnrly nrly Inst night the New York Cash Cashstore Cnshstore Cashstore
store owned by Marshall Bros at 105 105South 105Houth 365Ioutit
South I East at Temple street was broken brokeninto brolttuInto brokenInto
into it Is thoughtby thought by boys anda quan quantity quantity tuRnlIty ¬
tity of tobacco cigars and lIl soap wo wofitokti wOJstolln wafatolen
fitokti also 10 in cash cashEntrance cnshJ cashEntrance
Entrance J ntrnnt was made ma e through an up uppor uppor upper
por window by means of a ladder and andthe unllthe andthe
the thieves made their exit through a arear nrcnr arear
rear door doorho dOOlhe doorho
ho burglary was as committed comlt1lt t d before beforeNlsht beforeNIght beforeNight
NIght Watchman Dobson wont ont on duty duty71io dUI dUIfho dutyIlto
71io police volleewere were notified mill have been beenworking betnworklnJ beinworking
working on the case cn e ever since but butwithout hulI butwithout
without I thout uny clue as to the guilty par partics partics partIes
tics
o I IWlItANGE
STRANGE CHINESE j OATH OATHIIov OAIII1I0W OA1I1I1o
IIov I1o Two Mongolians Swore to Tell Telltlio Telltlio fclltllo
tlio Truth TruthSpecial 11ut1lSpecial lltitliSpecIal
Special to the News NewsOgden NewsOgden NeWsOgden
Ogden June 12 12Tho The case of the Stato Statoof
ot Utah against t Howard Speak und nndWalter unllWalter undalter
Walter alter Irwin for stoning and blinding blindingn
a Chinaman was up for trial to today tolIa toclay ¬
day lIa Three rlll Chinamen were put on tho thostand thotand thestand
stand as witnesses but they the would not nottake nottl1ke nottake
take any other oath than that of a aChinese nChlneye iiChinese
Chinese gentleman frcntlemnnTlic I
rue oath was taken as follows Inch KncliChinaman InchChinaman EachChlnainan
Chinaman stood with a common China Chinasaucer Chinalaucer Chinasaucer
saucer in his left hand and with hi hiright hlif hlifrlhl hiiigii
right on his side sl < 1o pronounced the sen sentence sentence seaWoes ¬
tence I promise to tell the truth It IfI ItI ItI
I lie I hope to be broken as this saucer saucerIs
Is broken Thereupon the saucer was wasthrown wallthrown wasthrown
thrown to the floor breaking It ItMKINLEY ItI ItMRS itMRS
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MRS MKINLEYWashington MKINLEY MKINlEYIMPROVING MKINIEYIMPOVIMa
IMPROVING IMPROVINGWnslilngtoll
Washington June 12 aAlter After the con coneultutlon COfsultatlon co couItation
eultutlon of Mrs rrs MoKlnleyls tIIIII tuKinly4flits y pjiyflplan pjiyflplanthis lhlclanhlslortJlfotin
this hlslortJlfotin foruifttm tlm tllO following statement statementWOB tit i mcnt mcntwall
wall Issued tfsuedMrs hlluedVrrs IssuedMrs
Mrs McKlnlcyfl physicians report reportthat reportthnt reportthat
that sho continues to show Improve Improvement Improvemen improvemeat ¬
meat men t and expects to epcnd part of tho thoday thodny theday
day in her rolling chair chairS
S R DutuliuiN Hirlkc HirlkcSan HttlkeSan IltrikeSan
San Francisco I June 12 12ln In accord accordance accordanct accordance ¬
ance with their previously announced announceddecision announceddeclslolI announceddecision
decision the butchers In most mo l of tho thoshops thoshops theshops
shops which refuse to display the th union unionlabel unIonlabel unionlabel
label walked out at 10 oclock this thismorning thismorning hili I
morning A number of shops notably notablythuse notablythuse notablythose
thuse In the California market are run running runIIlng running ¬
ning as usual The employers claim claimto
to have granted rantellall all the demands of the themen thelIIen thenten
men except that In regard to showing
I hue ho union label and an tho t1 thi o wholesalers wholesalershave vhiolesaierhave
have notllled noli lied them that no meat will be befurnished beturnbhe befurnished
furnished < l to those who ho Oo to O The Thebutchers ThehUhhels Thelutchers
butchers union In this city has about aboutlSOO nboutUOO aboutloo
lSOO members membersThe membersIhe
The 400 butchers in Oakland who whowalked whowalked whowalked
walked out on Monday have the sym sympathetic 1Impnthetlc syinIiathotie ¬
pathetic Iupport of the men here hereThe hllcTht hueThe
The machinists strike situation Is un unchanged unchnIJred unehatied ¬
changed both Hides remaining firm firmCrolccrn I1rmCroI firmCrobccuM
Crolccrn Ilnmliard AVInn AVInnLondon I IIondon Iii IiiLondon
London Juno 12 12Hlrbnrd Itlchard Crokers CrokersFlambard CrokersFlarnlJard CrokorsFlainbard
Flambard L I llclff won on the Imperial Imperialcup
cup handicap of 400 sovereigns In Specie Specieand specieand itpeelcand
and a cup valued nt fifty sovereigns fovcrelgnsat
at a I the Ilngfleld park spring meeting meetingtoday meetingtoday
today 10111 Ten horses started startedMall stQrtedHnll startedMali
Mall Opportunity for Madagascar MadagascarNew tnclnI car carNew
New York June 12 12The The Commercial CommercialCable ComllerelalCaIJle CommercialCable
Cable company his morning Issued I the thefollowing thefollowing thefollowing
following notice noticeA
A mail opportunity for telegrams telegramsfor
for Heunlon and Madagascar ports is isoffered Isorfrel1 isoffered
offered from Port Louis June 11 11Such 11Such 11Such
Such messages rne sncell should be sent from fromNew tramNe fromNess
New Ne York not later than the 13th Inst InstConvict InstComlcl InstConvict
Convict Takes Paupers Oath OathHelena OalhHel Oat Ih IhIelsna
Helena Hel na Mcnt June 12 32Gustav 32GustavScltrlekengast Quatav 2oustavSchrlekcl1JI1st QuatavBchrlekencost
Bchrlekencost today took a paupern paupernoath puperloath upersoath
oath and thereby relieved Congress of oftho orthl ofthe
the necessity nlCII lty of passing a speclnl en enactment cnnctment enitetment ¬
actment to remove him from the Mon Montana Montona Montana ¬
tana state penitentiary where hlf he had hadbeen IUIlIbeen hailbeen
been sent for five years eatll nnd fined 600 flOOfo 600for Esfor
for fo counterfeiting After ftor completing completingIlls
Ills term several months ago he de declined dclInMI dorIlned ¬
clined to take the imupers oath there thereby therb thereby
by b securing a remittance of the fine and andhis nnllhis antihis
his liberty because Idaho olllclals olllclalswanted olllclaislnnled olliclaiswanted
wanted him for highway robbery hay Having WI WIInl haylag ¬
lag been convicted lathe the fed federal I ml courts courtsCongress courtsonltre courtsCongress
Congress onltre s was as to have boen appealed appealedto
to this winter to order his discharge
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Kmjiprnr William at Kiel KielKiel llri1iel 111 111Wel
Kiel Juno 12 I 12Emperor Emperor William no accompanied nocompRnl nooumpanled ¬
companied by the headquarters staff stafflrne stairPrlnl staffPrince
Prince Henry of 1niwla and ih Ihp > chief chiefof chtefgof
of his majestys private cabinet ar arrived arrlvcd arrived ¬
rived hero today toun to witness the launch launching launchlag ¬
lag of the battleship Xa 1ahrIMen hrlngen at ntthe atthl atthe
the German ship yards als The emperor emperorboarded emperorhonnle emperorboarded
boarded < 1 the Imperial yacht Hnlienzol Hnlienzollern
horn nmld eolutci from the warships warshipspresent wnrllhilisIlrf warshipsreent I
present Ilrf reent ent Owing to the unfavorable unfavorableweather uiltovorablputher uifaorab1stseather
weather the launching wan postponed postponeduntil
until tho afternoon afternoonWhile ntternoonWhile afternoonWhile
While the work of removing the theHhflres theIhelres theshores
shores preparatory to the launch was wasIn wasin n nIn
In progress n crib rolavwed killing killingrricn two twomen tomen
men and fferlouBly Injuring three others othersHitfdmml othershluslrnnd
Hitfdmml 1111 All 1 nil Mimlcr 1 1t 111 ilk VIIV VIIVDes 11 11DeB IIe IIeDes
Des Mobcs Iowa Juno 1 1Crued 1Cruedhy Crazed Crazedby
by Jealousy Elijah Heatheote a con contractor contractor e ° n ntractor ¬
tractor entered the apartment of his hiswife hiliwlte hiswife
wife In the Harrow block rhortly hortl after aftermidnight IIUermlnht aftermidnight
midnight and grabbing her held her hernt herat herat
at arms length while IIP hi poured the thecontents theMnlenlll theeontents
contents of his revolver Into her h r body bodyTour 1JoIl 1JoIll bodyYour
Tour l our bullets took effect Heathoote ac accuicd accused accused
cused his wife of being In love with an another RIIotblr another ¬
other contractor The counle had hadquarreled hRdqu1t hadquarreled
quarreled qu1t le1 frequently of late and only onlytwo on ontwo onlytwo
two weeks ago the husband vas ar arrested arruttl1 arretet3 ¬
rested at the lnct In intiguition tI < ratlon tlon of hl his wife for forhaving forhiJnq Or Orhaving
having threatened to kill her Heath Heathcote 1Ilalhcote IlCathcote
cote Is now no in jail while whllehis hlle his victim Is Isat Isat isfit
at the hospital at the point pol t of death
r
FINE PLACE PLACEFOR PLA PLAOEFOfl E EFOR
FOR CALLISTEB CALLISTEBPres QA lISTER
4 4Pres
Pres McKlnleyAApolnts McKlnleY Appolnts Salt Lake LakeMan lakeMan LakeMan
Man Internal IntornalMvenuc Revenue Collector CollectorDISTRICT CollectorXA Colector1ISTItICT
XA
0 0DIS1lUCV
DISTRICT COYUaS COY I1S 0 STATES STATESlloiitiuiu STATEStioiilaita S SJIOlltlUlU
lloiitiuiu Itlnlio niiit pit ItnlilonlllDii ItnlilonlllDiiU lrtiililoei huh huhIs
U mi ImpurlHtit Our Ulili lIh I lug IlltfSttl0rllovaiiiioT 1111slllnrII lugSalnr
Sttl0rllovaiiiioT slllnrII Salnr lLettthhIt lLettthhItWashington I it lIlixrw lIlixrwii xr xrWashington
ii iiIi
Ii IiWashington
Washington JUno J nQ 121ho rTiie Prosldunt Prosldunttoday IlrctJldonttol1oy Iresldunttoday
today slgnnd the th < pnfmltBlon PH nlfSlon of ISd ISdward I iduard II IIIlrl
ward Ilrl H Callister aa collector IIElclor of inter internal Internul Interintl ¬
nal revenue for or Mondial MondialTho MOr Jqln Jqlnfllo
The above dispatch was received by bythe bythe bythe
the News shortly > before noon and andthe nndthe andthe
the Information contained confalntd thureln con conveyed conveyed coltveyed ¬
veyed over thu tclerhcrw to Mr Callls Calllst CRlIlstr Callistsr
t tr r It woe 119 the nm flrllrhtlrnatloll Intlmutlon t that ho hohod hfhnLl hehad
had rcc received leil of his hii good ood hitch I lclt He h1 did didnot didnot ld ldnut
not stem to Jubilate 1ubuiatjY jery much but took tookthe toolthe toOkthe
the announcement unnouncemenlra1lter raihcr as a matter matterof
of fact act adding that fifes nothing more moreor
or less than he expodtfd expodtfdI IXIJiCJI
I do not care1 care said r ld lie ae to take any anycredit nnycredit anycredit
credit to myself 1n HIIt Stl SUIII ttflh h as there Is be belongs belongs belongs ¬
longs to Senator Kcarna l tn and Inn others otherswho otherswho otherssvlio
who worked In fny royfi1hnlt behalf It Is I a blR blRvictory hl hlvictory blvictory
victory for fo Utuh umljjjiowii the prestige prestigeund
und Influence u 11 Ut Uthg ht congressional congressionalrupiMfiitatlon congrcllslollallepl congressionalrepieentatlon
rupiMfiitatlon lepl ltmtullon Tli lhUrht fjffht was a 0 hard hardone harlono bardone
one from the beginning becll1l 1n and wn of ofcourau otcourse ofcourse
course with MontanutAd Is l well wllllmown wllllmownthe known knownthe lcnownthin
the ofllcc of the Internal revenue coil collector coliectm coilectoi ¬
ector for the Montana < district Is I lo located 10caled lorated ¬
rated In Helena Hcwaftcr It wilt bu buIn lJuIn bein
In Salt Lake LakeAsked IukeAskld IakeAskei
Asked as to when w1e ha would take takechaiKu lukeehulo titheelmrgo
chaiKu of the ollUoMr oJno Mr Calllster re replied rl1plletl rePlied ¬
plied that he did not lIotltnbW know int but presum presumed ¬
ed he h would do so o 1 ititte < Jtne l e time la July JulyHe JUI JUIlie Julylie
lie will have eleven deputies 1 pUtlfB at leant to toappoint toappoillt toappoInt
appoint Most of tlieno the l are poMtlonH poMtlonHof
of fair remuneration loll the chief do deputyahlp doIlutshlll doIutshlp
putyahlp Is said to tlje worth about aboutJ2500 uboutZ500 aboutE5OO
J2500 a year A3 to tohe th j llie lie rumor that lliutloorge IhutGeorge thatGeorge
George C C Parkinson wio 10 was n cnn cnndldnte ennIlltlntl enitdidate
dldnte for the plum that went to Mr MrCalllster MrCIIIl MrCallieter
Calllster CIIIl tfr being made flhltf chl t deputy Mr MrCallUtcr MrCahlleter Ir IrCall1
CallUtcr Call1 lr said he could say sa nothing nol hlng tit titthis u Uttitle t tIhls
this time as ho had had no time what whatever whatever hat hatever ¬
ever to consider the matter matterThe matterThe matterThe
The salary that attaches to the reve revenue reelue reveIlue ¬
nue collectorshlp wan Wt not known to Mr MrCalllster MrCuhlister llrCuliister
Calllster though It In 11 presumed to ho boabout hoabout hoabout
about 11000 a year The contest Xer Xertho hI111f LOrthw
tho place strange to say In both bothstates bothItatcn iotlistatca
states Utah and Montana l1tonClfS was be botwcfn be1IIn betwfn
twcfn the state chairmen of the He Hepublican HeluIJlkan Rei1mbuiall
publican party Mr Ir Colllater holding holdingthat holl1lngthnt holdingthat
that position in Utah and Mr Webster WebsterIn
In Montana Mr I Calllster ealll t r had the theunanimous theunanimoull theunanImous
unanimous endorsement of his party partyorganization partyorgl1l11znlloll tiartyorganization
organization which It will be remem remembered rellleJnberetl renteinIjereil ¬
bered he led to gurccris In the last state statecampaign statecampalKn statecantialgfl
campaign campaignMr d dM
Mr M Ir Calllster Iiister Uiafliitlvo I iaj1 aJ1tf tVjif o f Stilt TAke Lftkoand IJf1koRlrd TAkeejiti
and thirty el et4tht ht ynrr tarlullIe < i fge He hf it i a aprinter nprJntPr aprinter
printer by profecslon but b t well known knownIn
In political and am live 1IostoeknftlJlrs stock affairs with withwhich wllhwhich withvhich
which he has been bemlIIoro more or less prom prominently promInent prominently ¬
inently Inent associated assoclatedfor for year yearDnpuTYTnwTs1 yearmDEtUlY eall eallDEPUTY
DnpuTYTnwTs1 DEPUTY LEWJ REPORT REPORTThe REPORTh
The following report by b the RevenUe ItevenueCollector UCVenUflCollcllor RevenUeCollector
Collector Lewis stationed In Salt Luke LukehnV8 I Lakeehrjws ktJ ktJIhow8
hnV8 the amount of taxes tax that have havebeen luVeh havebeen
been h en received on various articles dur during dUrIn durlog ¬
log In the pant eleven months with an anestimate nnsthnnte anestimate
estimate of tho amount that will be col collected coll coliected ¬
lected l > tOO this month which closes the thelUcnl tueilecal
lUcnl year yearBankers YlarDankerM yearBankers I
Bankers telephone lega legacies 1 letraelite Ca CallfS ¬
elite and 11ennltlea pennltiea pen ltleo H220M 142Zoc3Liquor 1422O3Liquor H220MLiquor
Liquor denleri deft orl brokers and andother andother andother
other spidnl tax payers lfi32137 lfi32137Cigars 163231CIsnra 132437Cigars
Cigars and tobacco 1003500 1003500IKser 1OO80Iaeei
IKser 1 S73835S S73835SDocumentary 87383rSocul1lentlr S73S3tSloeuntentary
Documentary ocul1lentlr stumps 6705330 6705330Proprietary 670 61O33Jroprletnry 33 33Porrl
Proprietary Porrl lnry stamps 2C0977 2C0977Mixed 29971Jlxefl 2C99771lxel
Mixed Hour Of 700 700For 700For 700For
For the U months ending endingMay clldlnMar endingMay
May 3Ut 1977225S 1977225SJune 1977225June 19772255June
June estimate 2300000 2300000Fiscal 2300000FI 2300000Fiscal
Fiscal FI nl year ear ending June SO
1901 J220722K J220722KAmount 220iZ21Amount 220722 220722Jinouiit
Amount for fiscal year cnr ending endingJuno endingJune endingJune
June SO 1900 20770089 20770089Approximate 207 20770089Alirjroxlrna OO 9 9AIJrlroxlma
Approximate to Increase this thisyear thiscnr thisTime
year cnr J13021C6 J13021C6Tho 130216Tho
Tho following Is the estimate < of the thedecrease thellecrease thedecrease
decrease In revenue under the amended amendedlaw
law lawIoR9
lawLoss Loss telephone tax 4200 loss beer beeron
on same basis lISOS probably no noloss noIo
loss Io on account of Increase of busl
A ABI6 BIG REUNION AT OGDEN O DEN TODAY TODAYWeber
Weber Slake Officials Indulge in a Pleasant Gathering GatheringPies GatheringPiesidents Pres Presidents ¬
idents Snow and Smith and Apostles Present
Special to the News NewsOgdcn NewsOgllen NewsOgden
Ogden June 12 12The The long looked for fornnd tor011I1 foranti
anti much talked of reunion of Weber WeberStake WeherSmite ollfr ollfrStalle
Stake officers took place In this city citytoday elt elttodn citytoday
today todn The gathering was honored by bythe bythe bythe
the presence of Presidents Lorenzo LorenzoSnow LorenzoSnow LorenzoSnow
Snow and nnl Joseph F Smith Apostles ApostlesTeaidale ApostlesTendnle AitostlesTealdale
Teaidale Lund nnd Clawson Clllw on Patri Patriarch PatrlI1rch Patrtarch ¬
arch John Smith Im II h the Weber Stake StakeHigh StakeHIgh Stakehigh
High Council the BlshopH of the thevarious IheRrlollll timearioti5
various lards and oflloers of the Mu Mutual Mutual Mutuai ¬
tual Impiovoment Relief and 111 < 1 Primary Primaryeocietles PrimaryI lrirnarysocieties
societies I tlel and Sunday SUII IY schools schoolsThe schoolsThe schoolsThe
The celebration cele raUon took place in the theFifth theFifth theFifth
Fifth ward meeting II1 Unghouse house and com commenced com1IIen1 coinuiienreii ¬
menced at 11 oclock President Shurt Shurtlift Shurtllrt Shortluff
lift presiding fre ldln The choir sang High Highon lII highon h hon
on the mountain tops and prayer prayerw IlrIfirwaM prayerw514
w waM n offered by b President Flygarc after afterwhlrh nftorwhlrh afterwhirh
whlrh the choir rendered J < nderet Arise 0 0glorious 0glorious 0glorious
glorious Zion ZlonPresident Zionlrehlent ZionPresident
President Shurtllff delivered the ad addrMft lidIrM8 adlrflH
drMft nf welcome and congratulated all allpresent allpresent 11 11prN4nt
present on 111 the lie ausplclousness of the theoccasion theorClllon theoceasion
occasion occasionPresident orClllonlTlld oceasionIresldeflt
President lTlld nt Snow was the next speaker speakernnd
and was listened to with rapt atten attention atl att5nlion n ntlon ¬
lion by b the large congregation present f1UBJntn f1UBJntWS
n
31 US ii TO Hi LAID > OIT OITOne OI OI1OnC P POnr
One Tlmmantl uuqnnl at Newport XcvHShlp XcvHShlpYflr NeWs Shll ShllnrIII simlinriii
Yflr nrIII < UllcfaiicoiMatliliilNtNfiirlkr UllcfaiicoiMatliliilNtNfiirlkrAtlanta lIccnmcIlnchlnlHlli 81 Strike StrikeAtlanta rlkr rlkrAtlllnla
Atlanta Oa June 1 11A A special from fromNewport tromNllwporl fromNewport
Newport News Vo a gays gaysIt
It Is lt announced this morning that one onethousand onethou1 onethousand
thousand thou1 < < n l men will 111 be laid off nt the theyards theardll theyards
yards ardll of tins Newport Nell rt News ShlpHulld ShlpHulldIne Shl Uu1d Uu1dIeI
log Dry Dr Dock company on account of
rioss cigars 51073 actual loss JC7 JC7doc 675 675doa 1Gi 1Gido
doc do HOOOO HOOOOIf noOOOJtconllittonll 0000 0000ifeotalitiomig
If conditions are tho SlUM next year yearthere yeartheta yearthieve
there will bu a 1 decrease of approxi approximately IIIJProxlIIl1ltl1l approxilnhttei ¬
mately 20 Ier cent centThe centlhl ccittrite
The ipcclul tux Lx on commercial brok brokers brokorB brokera ¬
ers only nl Is removed Special SpeChllltlontloll SpeChllltlontlollRhoutl attention attentionshould pttuntlonshould
should be called to the fact that the thetax thctux thetax
tax on billiard tables Is not changed changedDaoiln clmngetlDaedll chitagetiIeda
Daoiln of gifts taunt bo stamped nt ntsnniB ntsnlll ittsluimh
snniB rate of value as property con conveyed COlivcyod eonscyod ¬
veyed veyedCHANGES vcyodCHANGES
o rI rICIiAN113S
CHANGES IN LAW JULY I ITho IThe IThe
The tax upon tho following Items has hasbeen hnstJCt1I baabeen
been removed removedHank removollBllnk removedBank
Hank chcckd 2 cents centsIlll vomitshills
Illl hills of lading for export 10 cents centsDondji centsDopd centsUond
Dopd Dondji of indemnity and bonds not oth otherwise otherwll otherstltle ¬
erwise specified 50 vents Hopealcd ox oxcept oxcepl oxcept
cept is to bonds of Indemnity IndemnityCVrtllicato Il1llemnltCdrtllirato inIenlnttCrthlinte
CVrtllicato of damage 24 I cents centsCcrtlfloato c cCntaertifloute nts ntstt
Ccrtlfloato tt It flQII ta of deposit depu lt 2 cents centsCertlllcatos celltslettIlMtl1S centsertLlientes
Certlllcatos not otherwise specified
10 rents rentsCharter rent8Chllrter centsCharter
Charter party S3 3 to 10 IOChewing 10ChewIng 10Chlwlrllr
Chewing rum 4 cents each tl tlCommercial 1Cortimnercial 1 1COlfIlJlIrllnl
Commercial Urokdrs 20 20lOxpren 21 21IDxJtl1I1I 20Bpiesa
lOxpren receipts 1 cent centInsurance contnuruncLlre ccittinutirmitweLle
nuruncLlre Insurance Life 8 cents on each 5100 5100rnarlpe 100 100rparll1e 100iparipe
rnarlpe Inliind fire H cent on each Jl Jlcasualty 1 1lIuall 1casualty
casualty lIuall fidelity und guaranty 14 fI cent centon
on each Jl JlLease 1 1leUfo 1Leaie
Lease 2B 2 cents cen ts to I IManifest IllllJlfellt 1Mnnifest
Manifest for Custom House entry 1 1to 1to 1to
to f t5 t5Money r rMoney >
Money fIOne IOne orders 2c for each J100 J100MortRnge 100 100rorlt 100Mortgage
Mortgage rorlt > nge or conveyance In trust 25 25cont 25tenIA 25enti
< cont < < or each JlEOO JlEOOPerfumery 1500IerfUrnery 1QOlert
Perfumery lert nwr and cosmetics cO > > lI1etICJI 3 cent for lorlinCh foreaCh or oroach
eaCh S cents centsPower COlltllPower centsIower
Power of attorney to vote ote 10 0 cents centsPower centsPower centsPower
Power of attorney to sell 25 cents centsPromissory centllIrlJlnls8 centshreinluory
Promissory IrlJlnls8 < Jry notes 2 cents for each eachIUO enchIUO eachlUO
IUO lUOlroprtetnry
IUOProprietary Proprietary medicines H cent for each eachIi
5 cents centsProtest eelttsProtellt centsPr
Protest Pr 25 cents centsTelephone cants1eleplJone contsTelepbnmie
Telephone messages 1 cont contWarehouse contWarehouse centWarehouse
Warehouse receipts r ollls 26 cents centsMODIFICATIONS centslOlIl centsMOIIFICATIONS
MODIFICATIONS MODIFICATIONSItems lOlIl ICAl ONS ONSItems
Items upon which tax tax has been moOt modinod molilned moOtled
nod nodriper nedn riper n 2 per barrel and 7W 7 per lor cent contdiscount centlscounti ccittdisootmt
discount changed to 160 per barrel barrelnnd barreland
and 7 H per cent dlwnunt repealed repealedHllla Iel repealedhills aletl aletlBIlla
Hllla of exchange foreign 4 cents for forrach CorIIch am ameach
each 5100 100 changed to 2 centa Tor or each eachJ100
J100 100
J100Cigars Cigars weighing more than 3 pounds poundsper
per 1000 J360 per 1000 changed to 3 3ptr 3Ilr 1ver
ptr 1000 1000Cigarettes 1000l1Jnretlel 1000Cigarettes
Cigarettes weighing not more than 3 3pounds 3lOUH1s
pounds per 1000 JlGO 1r0 per 1000 1000changed 10OOichal1ed 1000chaiged
changed to valued at not more than thnnIeI IS ISper 2 2tier
per IeI 100 IS cents per h er pound valued atmore at atmore atinure
more than 2 per 1000 30 cents poi poipound potpound 101 101Iiound
pound poundClgnm IioundCI poundCinre
Clgnm CI ar tclghlng not more than 3 3pounds 3pountls 3pounds
pounds per p r 1000 tl 1 per 1000 changed changedto
to IS cents per pound poundConveyance poundCOIItonce poundConveyance
Conveyance 60 cents for to I each JOO JOOnow 00 00rmos O Onow
now exempted below 2600 above 2500
25 5 cents for each JSOO JSOOlegacies 3500LcgaeienIA 00 00legi1clellAw
legacies legi1clellAw Law modified so as to ex exclude eCdude oxelude ¬
dude from taxation legacies I of char charitable charlIalJle charItable ¬
itable religious literary or educational educationaldiameter eduratlonalchntllcter educationalcharacter
diameter diameterPtmsnge chntllcterlaunl characterIassnge
Ptmsnge ticket 1 to 5 now exempt exempted ¬
ed belnw 50 In value valueSales lIlul lIlulStIE a1ueSnles
Sales of products nt exchanges 1 cent centfor centfol centfor
for each 100 retained but sales ale of mer merchandise merehandlse miterchmaiidlse ¬
chandise In actual course of transpor transportation ttlllsportntlol1 trttlisportatlolt ¬
tation exempted from tax taxTobacco tlXTobacco taxTobacco
Tobacco and nnl snuff 12 cents per pound poundnow poundj1I0W poundnow
now discount of 20 per cent centPItKSlSNT rentIm centJItFSENr
PItKSlSNT Im SENT LAW LAWHems LAWItems LAWItems
Items upon which no change has been beenmade beenmnde beepmade
made madeHankers mndeHal1k madehankers
Hal1k Hankers rll capital capltlllItHI and surplus JO to o for forJJ5004 tOtSZ5 iw3b00
JJ5004 SZ5 Oo ami Sj for euCI1IH1111t1QRlII snOb a i mlJItlomil 1000 1000liomls IQOBOIllIII iV0Ihonds
liomls debentures cfrtlfiCiitus of In Indebtedness Ineblll1nl81 indebtetiness ¬
debtedness etc 5 cents fflr t r each 100 100Hrokers 100itrokers
Brokers contract con Iract 10 cento centoCertificates QentnCerUfieotls centaCertificates I
Certificates of profits 2 cents for each
100 100Certificates Certificates of steele original issue C Ccents Gcents 5cents
cents for or each 100 100Certificates 100Cerllficahl 1U 1UCertlfleata
Certificates of stock transfers 2conts 2contsfor 2cont8Cor 2centsfor
for each 100 Amended to Include Includebucket Inclu includebucket e ebucllCI
bucket shops shopsCigarettes 8hop8ClllrettlR shopsCigarettes
Cigarettes weighing more than 3 3pounds 3Juunllll 31tmflds
pounds per UIJOO 1000 f3CO 300 per 1000 1000Custom 1000CUltom 1000Custom
Custom house brokers 10 10Denlers 10Deniers 10Dealers
Deniers in leaf tobacco C to Ut UtDenlerll 24 24Dealers 21Dealers
Dealers In tobacco 12 12Drafts 12Dratts 12Drafts
Drafts or bills of exchange Inland 2 2cents 2cente 2centS
cents for each 100 100Entry 100lItry 100Entry
Entry lItry of goods at custom house for forconsumption Corconsulnptlon forconsutnptioii
consumption 25 cents to 81 81Intiy 1 1Kntry IRnllY
Kntry for withdrawal 50 cents centsFreight centRIrelsht centsFreight
Freight receipts r or domestic lloll1 stlc bills of oflading oflatllnK oflathing
lading 1 cent centManufacturers centlnnuCncturorB ccittManufacturers
Manufacturers of cigars 0 to S24 S24MallufncturlTS 24 24Manufacturers 21Manufacturers
Manufacturers of mixed flour 12 per perannum pernnnUlI1 perannum
annum annumManufacturers nnnUlI1MnnufaciurerB annumManufacturers >
Manufacturers of tobacco sa 0 to 24 24Mixed 24Mlx11 21Mixeil
Mixed flour 4 cents per barrel borrolPawn barrelPI1n barrelIawn
Pawn brokers 120 120Petrolcum 20 20Petroleum 20Ietroleutn
Petroleum and nnl sugar refineries t per percent tJercont percent
cent gross receipts in excess of 250000 250000Pioirletors 2bOQJIlollrletors 200C0Proprietors
Proprietors of bowllnp alleys or bll blllard 1111Icml billard
lard rooms 35 5 for each alley alit or table tableProprietors tablePrOI1rleltml tableProprietors
Proprietors of circuses s SIOO SIOOlronrlplors 100 100Proprietors 100Proprietors
Proprietors of other public exhibi exhibitions exhibitions exhlblIons ¬
tions 10ProprletorR 10 10Proprietors 10Proprietors
Proprietors of theaters museums and andconcert anliconcort andconcert
concert halls SlOO SlOOSl 100 100Sleeping 100Sleeping
Sleeping Sl elln and parlor car tickets 1 1cent 1cent 1cent
cent centSparkling centRparkllng centSparkling
Sparkling or other wines 1 pint 1 1cent 1cent 1cent
cent more than 1 1 pint 2 cents centsStock centsHock centsStock
Stock brokers 50 50Ten 50Ten 50Ten
Ten customs duty of 10 centa per perpound perpounll perpound
pound
He said that It was fiftytwo Ilrtyt o years yearsago yearsago earl
ago since he first visited Ogden and andremarked anllremarked authroitiarked
remarked that the Saints now present presentIf
If faithful and living fiftytwo years yearshence yearshence flllll flllllhence
hence would oult mostly mostl b be back III Jack Jackson Jaekson Jackeon ¬
son county countyMlw countlIM countyMies
Mlw lIM JIary ary Fancy sang a solo and re remarks reo reolIIarks remarks ¬
marks were made by Prest C R J Mid Middlotoa Miduhleton lId lIddlelon
dlotoa After which the choir sang lIan 0 0my 0III 0lay
my III 1nther Mrs John Cullcy Cullc singing singingtho slnlnlthl
tho lii solo port portIronldcnt pnrtPrCtlldnt partIruaiJcnt
Ironldcnt Joseph K I Smith spoke spokebriefly IIpokeIJrlI1 spokeljrtelly
briefly and the choir sang 1Il1I I know knowthat knowthut knowtImid
that my In Redeemer liven Miss Hndlc HndlcKowlor Hm1101ollllr Hzu1leFosior
Kowlor singing slnln the solo part Remarks Ucmarkswere Hlmnrkswero
were maul by b Iliihops Joseph Stanford Stanfordand
and Hubert McQunrrle when the dou double duuble doubk ¬
ble male quartet rcndeied a pleasing pleasingpclectlon r1len pleasingselection lng lngIeltlon
selection A few closIng remarks were weremade weremnde weremade
made by Elder David aIt McKay lcIu After Afterthe Arterthe Afterthe
the benediction a brief period of hand handshaking handIhnkln handshaking ¬
shaking Ihnkln occurred ocurred during which many manyof man manot
of the people met the th lenders Ipltler of the theChurch thehureh thehutch
Church present pros nl That plenant IlleR nnt fea feature tep featore ¬ I Iture
ture being 11elnl over 01 nn adjournment adjourmfnt was wastaken Wa wastaken
whero wheroChrletenwns wheroChrlt4nNnl whereChrietenNnN
taken to nn adjoining building bulJnj
Chrletenwns Chrlt4nNnl string strlnl quartet rendered renderedpleasing rndered rnderedIJlet rendereditIcitsIng
pleasing IJlet lnl music lullc and on < 1 wlinre the whole wholenujlenco whnenudletlco hiule hiuleaudience
audience nans In ian We thank Thee 0 God Godfor Oot Codfor i itor
for a Prophet Prllhet simultaneously Ahnultnneoully with withtho wih wihtho withho
tho ho entrance tntrllre of President Snow A Abanquet AhrnQuel Abanquet
banquet and speeches II hB followed followedthe tollow tollowthe
I
the machinists strike This will I make maken mlke i in
n total lotll of 2000 oo men now out and nnt It U Uexpeclod I Isexpecled
expeclod eXJJee191 that the entire enlre plant will wi ba barloied 11 11II b bclosed II
closed cOllo by Saturday night nlglitIt nlsil nlsilIt
It I is the understanding undertondln here that thlt all allrhlp allhip altship
hip yard anl In the thl country ountry are deter determined IleterJln IcIersiiincii ¬
mined Jln not to accede to the demands delanl1s of ofthe otthe ofthe
the machinists and that all al plants plantswhero plant piamitwhere
where wher machinists mnollnl ll have gone Ione out will willcloie 11 1iI 1iIdoce
cloie down own Indefinitely Inlefinltely rather than thangrant thangrlnt thangrant
grant grlnt the demands
SURVEY SURVEYR8 nS GROSS GROSSTHE CROSSTHE
THE JORDAN RIVER RIVERSouthern
Southern Pacific Pacfic Coming to Sail Lake LakeOgdenLucin LakeOgden LakeOgdenLuciii
OgdenLucin Ogden = LucifJ Cutoff Cut = of Will ViI Also AlsoBe AlsoBc AlsoBuilt
> Be Built BuiltTho Buit BuitTho
Tho Southern Routhr1 Pacific Pnclo surveyors Hlr lrH crossed Cossel lie 110 I Jordan IC111 lllvor nt lOooloolS lOooloolStills 10 oolook ooiool ooioolt
tills t hi Is moriilMj Ilrnlnl iii u rim I tig and 111110 ii H d nro it uo now IUW working WIIIklll ntk I tug 11 Ott n South i4 ii C ii Tuniplo lo it t p Ia Street StreetTliu Stlcelrho S t rcct rcctIiie
Tliu Lutln Iucll jutOfT ollol will wi lie built buit and 1111 hut Ihl lust of tho rightofway rllhlol WIY con con11elllllll eonttciiiitiit ¬
demnation 11elllllll ttciiiitiit ion suits HUIN will wi bo hI Instituted IIHllltell within wihIn Urn I next lex tcv days daysUnion 11nNUnlul 1113sViuioii
Union Unlul Iaolflu Pluilo and Itl tfoiitliurn lulthel Inolllu 110110 ooiiilnu 111111 tiuuj tig to t Halt Sal Lake fbr turc turcTho luro luroTho emurThe
Tho cutoft cutol round r0111 tho noiilh HOllh soul Ii ond cIII 01 tho lako Ilkn will wi In II all al a 1 probability llrollIIII Ijo
built hlii and 1111 tutu lined UBCI exclusively li for > i piiHscitKCr tralllu t rl I 0 lillo h 10 all ni tnuieoontlnonttil trlluoonUlontl trzumlooilionuilaclgtit I
freight IIc ht will wi bo 10 sent via 11 iuu Ogden Ololl11 nnd tliu bitch 11011 tUtolT tUtolTTho oltol oltolTho omitonThe
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Tho above Is n brief statement of tho railroad situation Hunlon as 19 far as Salt
Lake City CI Is II concerned concered and If the present plans of B r L II harriman and nnl
his associates are lre carried out Salt Lake will wi become ono of the largest Inn st rail railroad ruUroa railroad ¬
road roa < centers In the West WestYosterdny WestYosterdny r rYostetdny
Yosterdny afternoon a mysterious myslrou9 party of surveyors made their appear appoarnnco appearonce appearalice
once parallel Illel to the Ito Suit Sllt Lake ft Los 101 Angelus Allllus track tre about half a I mile mie east st of oflie
the lie side Ilte track trlcl on tho way out to Saltalr Salnll The ro men I 11 wore fully equipped equippedvoro equlIllel1wor
Were wor fourteen In number nUlbel and nn < ono 01 nnd unl all of thtrm thlm wore ore perfectly willing wllnlt
to talk on general topics but but were cre as 011111 dumb as I the proverbial 11lolrblnl blvalvo when
It canto to talking tullng railroading ralroadlig They roy continued to work towards towads the city citywith oltywih citysvithm
with wih tho result that they tho drove 1O stakes and nnt crossed crssed the Jordan River Hvor at ten tenoclock tel tenoclock
oclock this titi morning I om I n Thisafternoon 1hll lhiis attoroon afternoon they were Wlre striking a line lne among the theOregon thaOreeon tbi tbiOregon
Oregon Short Line switcheson tWltchos switches Qn out South touth Temple street IIlret Tho crosssection crosssectionbook crossaoctloli crossaoctloliboolt
book cart cnlled carried led by one of tho engineers cngln L1 bears the letters lotprs IU U P This fact led ledto letto toilto
to time conclusion that thoy were perhaps Oregon Short Line surveyors sureYOI1 but butenquiry butonuhy butenquiry
enquiry at lt the oillco oUle of llusldent HOllll1ert Engineer l ntlneer Ashton this tti morning elicited cclt 1 the thaInformation thoInformaton theinforunatiomu
Information Informaton that tlt nothing was w Jniown wown of any party of Oregon Short Line Linesurveyors 1 Ltnsurveyors lne lnesuners
surveyors working worilng In tho vicinity Iclnly of this city cityTlie el cityTIle
TIle inference Is that these onglneeiH eglnelll comprise cOljl e tho party flnrt which has hasbeen hI baabeemi
been running u survey round the th south end of Grout Iert Salt Lake during tho thopast tho118t thepast
past 118t month 10ntl About ten tel iluys dlIC ago the party Iilty reached rouclli Urantsvllle Orntvle and ali re retuined reo reotumed returned
turned to strike another alother line I In the tle desert leyert Among mong those thos who were ero In tliu tliucorps thoeOr13 Ui13corps
corps eOr13 were sovuial OCIII men len who Iio havo been In 11 tho employ 110 of the Union Pacific Pacificand Pacificrind aoincnnd
and It t Is well wol known that the th cutoff cutof Is II being surveyed In the interests of ofthe otthe ofthe
the tion tlo HarrlmanUnlon PacificSouthern Iaclflc gouthern PacificOregon PoeHlOrogon Short Line 1ln combina combination combnn combnntlo ¬
When seen this morning Judge Marshall nr hnll the attorney utorney for the Southern SouthernPacific SOlth Southernaclilc r
Pacific lcllc was as Inclined Inclne1 to discuss the railroad ralroat situation flunlol unofllclnHy unomclnlr ITliere ITliereuro There Tlieroaro
are going gollg to bo Jo some 1010 great changes In Utah ho said 8aI and there will wiL wiittie wiittieextensive Bo Boextensive te teoxtenehc
extensive railroad mi road construction constructon within a very er er3 short Ihort time tllle Everything1 1 is isbeing i ibeing
being operated from frol coin headquarters hendlunrt raln rs in New e ew York and Rrr personally I know no nomore nomore nomore
more regarding the plans of those lh tliosnt nt the head of affairs nrnlrs than does anyono anyonoelso IIonQ IIonQelse zuuiyoluuelse
else I am constanly getting gettng wires from trol New York every day < In II fact anti nndof all allot antiof
of course coure I can CII draw drlt my In inferences from them to a 1 certain extant extoll Nothing Nothlni
Is known In II San Francisco lllnclsco regarding lRrdlnl the plans amid nll1 from fll headquarters there thereI ther
I have had hnt several queries qUerleRreg regaVdlns r lrg the n < adjournment of the annual rrtfcet rrtfcetof liWltot
of the stockholders of the Ccritrnl < ntrpl Pacific Pacifc which was wn yesterday adjourned adjournedfor lulJoull1 lulJoull1Cor
for the sixth time tmo All Al I can tell them Is that I am 11 acting nlng under Instrua Instrualions In1ltu In1ltuton intruations <
lions ton from tron coin New York ok < and al1 thatthey thuttMy r know aa much mich about things as I tto ttoWell i1oWell
Well Wol Judge Jltle what Is yqur 1 rleronI1 personal and unoillclnl unmel1 opinion r rcqr1ipgtht rcqr1ipgthtpropose pi IIIIMh IIIIMhproposed rdlnJij the theproposed
proposed l bulldlntf of the Luclrucutoff und tho other
ullulll Luclncutot unt line lne around nlounll the south 80uhend southnd eouhend
end nd of t tha the hake lakoTho InkeI
I The answer an wer was WiS a startling tlrtlnk bne Judging from trm what Is transpiring tr nsplrnGl my mypersonal niyhersonal y yi
i personal opinion Is that bothof bothrotthcl botvofthiern them will wil be built buit as soon an thoy have fixed flxodthlniro Ix fixedthings d dthll110
things up In New tsv York YorkThen Yorj YorjThei ork orkThen
Then Thei Judge Marshall went on 01 to state his reasons for lib hl Ul b1lI bjllef bjllefand t fand I Iand
and said sai In part partIn partIn
In 11 the first place I dp IQ not 10t think that the Lucln cutoff will wil be abandon abandoned nban on onNt ¬
ed I have paid out thouxands thousandl of dollars OllrB for the Southern Southen Pacific PacltlUto to KCCUrit KCCUritthe HCO HCOthe moUrtmthe
the rightofway and the Ito IdSt of the condemnation condemnaton suits SUII and tho closing up upof U Ut upof <
of t the sales Inlel of t the variousplvces ynriouspt ces of property affected nrccle will transpire trnspire wIthin nlthlnthe wIthinthe withinthe
the next few days Such arc my Insttuctlons InHtuctolB und I will 11 push IJusl the matter maler In Inaddition Inudllltlol Inaddition
addition udllltlol the thl Southern HOlturn Pacific la li has purchased a 1 big piece of property IJrolJrty at ni lro Promontory lromontory lroinolitory ¬
montory and Is stacking up an Immense amount 110Ult of steel Ileel and supplies SU1pl 8 ready lely to tocommonce toCOl10nCC tocotnmnorice
commonce COl10nCC work at any an time tme I do O not think that the Southern Pacific would wouldCo youldCo
Co to nil ni this expense unless the th project were to be Ie carried through throughContinuing throughContlnulll throughContinuimmg
Continuing Contlnulll he said The Tlo situation situatlln Is Just this thl the general public publc does doesnot doel doesnot
not seem to grasp the fact that ihe the Oriental Orientd and Australian Australan trade Is dally dallygrowing 11nly 11nlyIowlng dailygrowing
growing Iowlng timid Iml In II a 1 very Iry few r years nr It will wi surpass that of the lie Atlantic Atantc Even Evennt 1 V n nII
nt II this thll early date It I Is 1IIHRsJIi Impossible to 0 get freight through nnd If I a shipper shipperwonts shipperwants shippertantn
wants to send goods across thePacific thaYJacllc he has II to book it I on the steamer stcameiHsixty steamerslxt steantejasixty
sixty slxt and ninety days yes reI cvcnalx ev nllx months in advance advanceJudge advanceJUcge advanceJudge
Judge JUcge Marshall Mnrlhull then the I went on to enumerate tome eight cighitor or ten regular lines linesof Incl
of steamers IIteolers that were plying across Icross the Pacific Jnciic ocean Every pound of this thisfreight thisfreight lilafreight
freight with the exception uf that t l which originates on the seaboard has to tobe tobo tobe
be carried across the continent The most 10st direct route Is over the Union Pa Pacific pnclfc PacIfic ¬
cific clfc and Southern Soutllrn Pacific 1ocllc straight IItrnlrht across tho Pnlted lnl1 States Millions Milons have havebeen havehen havebeen
been expended expen < ccl In straightening ptrlnhtnlnj out the lie track and millions mlllonl more will wil bo 10 spent spentbefore spcnlhefore spoutbefore
before the plans plln are brought brough to jjcrfcctlon The Southern Souther Pacific pacilc today l II is not notspending nolspendln notspending
spending a dollar dolar more lr than It I has to In the keeping up of the track affected affectedby
by b the cutoff ami Inlll It Is In consequence cOll eqtence away behind the other portion porton of the thetrack thetrack thetrack
track further west wst On the other portions Ilortons of the road millions milons are areto areto ru ruto
to bo spent In Improvements Ilwroemenlf until un I there will 1 be as nearly aa aapossible n9pO8lblo asPosSible
possible a straight stright track rightacross rgl acros the continent contnell The Union Pacific l cllo and andSouthern andtouthern andSouthern
Southern touthern Pacific Pncl e will wi nlso be double tracked This stop will 1 be Imperative ImperativeIn Imperamc ImperamcIn
In the face of the fast growing transcontinental trnscontnentnl business IJuslneS which under the big bigconsolidations hlgcon bigconsolidations
consolidations con olldntons will wlllclu Include o the liii hauling houllu an Immense ImmensE amount of froltrht from
Europe Today Toda we cannot take takocaroof care of the American lerllan business buslncs aloneeven n one v n in intha I Ithe fnthe
the case of flour there Is a market In rkel ready r ad for that commodity commo Lt but It I cannot cannotbe cRnn cannotbe t tbe
be developed owing owlnl to the lack of transportation tran portaton facilities taelltts All Al that will be bechanged bechangellln bechanged
changed changellln In a very Cr few to years and the he commodities commll s of tim th entire entre world orid will 1 go goacross goacross goacross
across America to and from tloorlglnntlg the originating nnd distributing points pointsReturning pointsneturnlng pointsReturning
Returning once more to the Ih matter mater which hich Is of such vital Importance Impurtancft ImpurtancftUtoh to toUtah tdUtah
Utah Judge Marshall Morhal Mid 11111 The Southern Pacific Is coming to Salt Sai Lake Lakesure Iakesur Lakeelite
sure sur and to is the Union Pacific there Is no n doubt doub about it Just as soon as aspending as asJenl1lnl aspending
pending Jenl1lnl negotiations neJolnlons are closed In II New e Yotk this will wll b be done doneJudge dontludge doneludgo
Judge Marshall said sai that In nhls his opinion the Lucln cutoff cutor would ult be used usedexclusively usedxcluslly usedexclusively
exclusively for freight and the th other cutoff Iutort would be used mo exclusively exluslely far farpawenger forpassenger f fJQssenrtr
passenger JQssenrtr business buslnoisIt Julnel
It I was RS pointed out to the attorney atorey that the former forlfr route from a nS aMple sMnlopoint aMplepoint nl nlpoint
point of view would be a grcatkattraction ret tractlon while whie hihie the building IJuldllg of two tw ctitMJffa ctitMJffawould cu ctiteftwould rr rrwoul
would woul he a huge expense where whcrcUhb her The thj grading grn lnr of one route would be sufflqlont sufflqlontfor
for the double 10ulJle tracking of the road roadI ioaI ad adI
I do not know anything nnthlnA ofnclally om Haly about nhout the matter mAter he I said Ild but In my myopinion myopinion myopinion
opinion both of the cutoffs will wlhJo bo built bui Beyond 1onll this bare re statement h9 h9would h hwould hewould
would go o no further Later he ht h said Mr rr Huntington Huntngton when he was DS alive re repeatedly 10 10peatedly repeatedly
peatedly told me ml that ho fayorcd fIYQr flVordtIie llthe the tutoft OioN round Ild he H south > u uih < h end 611 of the thllake thllakeand l like likeanti ke keand
and he would have undoubtedly unI1uubte have built bui It had he bwn ben alive alv today tod At that thattime tbattme thattime
time tme the question queston of the water wotlr supply sUP11y was the only onl difficulty II1cul but that obsta obstacle obstacle obatndc ¬
cle cah cn be overcome oertomeJudlfe overcomeJudge j jJudge
Judge Marshal Inrhlil In conclusion lonclu816n said sal that the Harrlmnn HarimAn Interests Interets had ltd the key keyto
to the transcontinental transeontnentnl situation sluntlun o which the minor minr r ralrod rsllrMd Hrod imeww Tt w Wre re remtork jt jtnetwork a anetwork
network of feeders tl1eM anti that the Interests liter 811 Involved 10ohet would work to the up upbuilding uplulhlng upbuilding
building lulhlng of a gigantic jrlnntlc and DII an neat n al perfect railroad rllatl ai a powlble He 11 alto alf add addcd AIMe added
cd e an Important piece 11Ce of Information InC rmaton to the effect Itelt that I there would be b no vljl vljlble vI1bte hl hlbIt
bIt and outward sign 1111 of consolidation consOlllaton of the various roudx Interested br the In Incorporation Incorporation incorporation ¬
corporation of them under Ullor one Ole oim huge romixiny OIIn upon UIll the line lnn laid I < hl down by bya
a morning morln paper recently rtenty but that they the would 0111 all RI continue contnue to be operated operatedunder OIMIted OIMItedunuer opredunder
under their own tte titles with wih a n separate BCP rato list of oflloxra otrr at their head hel1 o 01 hereto heretofore heretoforr heretofore
fore
UUIVEKS UUygnS OUIEVAMES OUIEVAMESDemand nHn VA S Slem
Demand lem ll Shorter Sholter Hours OIS nut i Other OtherDesirable Othcr1sllu OtIieihJesliabe
Desirable 1sllu lc Concosalmis ConcosalmisThe COlcCS3oIS COlcCS3oISTho
The Drivers and Stablemens tlnblemcns union unionhas unIonha unionhas
has ha notified notfie all 11 the manufacturers mnlutactur rs and andwholesale andwhololllie andvholosaie
wholesale dealers In beer In the city citythat olt oltthat citythat
that unless certain Crtnln petitions poltoos are grant granted granteti ¬
ed before bCore the day Is out limo th meniWho meniWhodrive me men Who Whodrle vhmodrive
drive Uer delivery delver wagons lonl wlUccaw wlUccawoperutidrm wlccle ulllceapoperatiOns
operatiOns oprt rt8 The Th men dgmandMhut dch inllihlt ful iliat iliatuiuring
during the period between blteen April Airli1an1l lrlrd land
Sept so they the shall shnl be rcqulredtbrv6rk reqUlredto ork J11
but eleven hours hour each ech day d r uidtiiat r t
In the remaining six months Ioutlu nine hour liourashall hourIIhal hoursshall
shall IIhal constitute 01 I t If a days dls work warc white whiteon hIie hIiecmi
on 01 Sundays fuuta they th shall bl work but two twohour tohourI twohouri
hour hourI and upon uJn holidays five hours hoursIt houl
It 1 IB 111 also IK > asked that nomt lonl but union unionmen unionrln tuitionmen
men rln IM 1M > employ ImploYt1 in tl the stables staIle8 and andunon 111 111uon ai1unon
unon uon HIP Itt delivery Jhr wagon Ao ni Compensa Compensation COlpnl ¬
lion lon of SG 65 nn 11 sf4 < < 1 J75 1 75 per month Is de demanded dtmantII diminleti ¬
manded mantII overtime nlrtmt to I l be charged ha t for at atthe ntthp atthe
the i mater ter of 10 cents per Jr hour and the themen t10 t10Iln helilen
men Iln inquire lulre free tre bum b I at a the tb brevty brevtyor brry brryor
or Ixitttlrif boWlnl works worl Iltgularlty ntgulort of pay payunit payantI
unit 111 hour hour are re the tlt main lMldertannd lMldertanndIt dHllertnl <
It I Is intimated InlmalCI that unless unl the requests requestsare NU II
are granted Itlo there will 1 be le a 1 wafkoul wafkoulof wllk t tat
of the X 6 members men1ber of the union unlol In incity tub tubcity tboelt
city elt v i
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